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THE BEEi OMAHA. THURSDAY, OCTOBEK 14, 1000.
Tbe CaaacU BlafTs Off lea of the
Omasa la at ftaott Itmi
Bota paoaM 4a.
lamond playlnf the bent vaudeville
unnujAtsn, undertakers. 'Phona 1.
i-Or rrnt. mM.rn Km.. 11 m. i. -
' v wt nuw. v u .
-wl Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone 17.
lsi AT ROGERS' Bl'FFET.
1 1 -1 . . .
imn uu warn reliable want ad artver-
Famous Hteel Klna; farm wasona, Spar
ing & Trlplptt. 3W Broadway.
Baird & Boland, undertakers. 'Phona 13.
Expert piano tuning. IJospe. Triune 644,
29 Pearl atraet, 28 tfuuth Main.
Up-to-date Art Department and Picture
Framing, Hurwtck, 211 South Main Street.
Ivani.ue coramnndtry, Knighm Templar
will meet tills iveniiig In Masonic temple
for drill. .
For good palming see Walter Nlcholalaen
Co., II rt'iuth Main atreet. I'hona inde
pendent 416 Hd.
All the government mall boxes throughout
the city are being given a new coat of
bright green paint.
HOAKD and room by week. ,1914 Tth Ave.
The council will meet this afternoon In
adjourned nKular session.
NO WAITS. SIX CHAIHS.
CUIIK S HARDER SHOP, FJIttfT NA
TIONAL. BANK. BUILDING.
FOR KENT-TWO ROOMS. SAPP
IIMX'K. INgUIRE E. A. WK'KHAM, 18
HCUTT BTKKET. 'PHONES 4SS.
For the best result In picture framing
go where it la made a specialty, which ta
Alexander' Art Store, 331 B'way.
Daniel J. Lynch und Frances E. Stevens,
both of Omaha, were married In this city
yesterday by Justice J. K. Cooper.
The women of . the People's Oongreita
tlonal church. Avenue H and Thirty-fifth
street will entertain with a musical and
literary program at the church tomorrow
At the meeting of the Iowa State council
of Red Men held at Cedar Raplda yester
day Herman Rosen of this city was elected
great senior sagamore, which places him
next in line ror the office of great sachem.
The Woman's Relief corps will meet Frl
day afternoon In the Orand Army room
in the Young Men's Christian association
building. A full attendance is desired as
there will be drill In preparation for the
A building permit was Issued yesterday
to Sl r. Hess for a two-story, rrsme rem
leT at m Bluff street to cost $5,000 and
on to Edward Kretchmer for a two-story
.'rame cottage at the corner of Bluff and
Story streets to cost $2,000.
The funeral of the late Tlffariy A. Kirk
land was held yesterday morning from the
residence. S25 South Main street and was
largely attended. Rev. J. W. Jones, rector
of St. Paul's Episcopal church conducted
the services. Interment was In Falrvlew
and the following acted as pallbearers: C.
Van Derveer. W. Van Brunt. .Tames Whit
man. James Wallace, John Kllllns and F.
E. Van Brunt.
Twenty-flva applications for hunters' li
censes were received yesterday by mall at
the office of Crmnty Auditor Innes. I'n
to last evening Mr. Innes had Issued AM
hunters' licenses, of which three were to
nonresidents. The I'oense to a nonresident
of the state costs $10 while those to resi
dents of the state cost but 1 ITn to date
fso has been collected bv Mr. Tnee for
these licenses and sll of this will have to
be turned over to the state.
SUITS FOR HEAVY DAMAGES
County ii Atked to Pay Forty-Five
See Sperling A Triplet!, S27 Broadway,
for gasoline engines.
F YOU ARE CURABLE
WE CAN CURE YOU
AVERAGE TIME TO CURE
Rerrum One Visit
Htdrocblb One Vii
Canckh .-SO ty
CAttnna so !'
Olbkt. Etc - iaya
Ooitbr W Day
Pi LEt lio I Dajh
Dkaimb to SO Data
attic Hours 9 to 9 Onto
J m Wi ll today to
OVERCOATS IN LINE
What have you done with your last
winter's over coat? if you can't find it
come to me for your new coat. I will
make you a coat that you will feel proud
of, one that you will feel at home in, It
will be a perfect fit, up-to-date and made
to suit you exactly. Don't he afraid of
the price. MABTI NTEBSOir,
41S Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
Cnnit CasWaet Karm Wason a( Ommt
We to tmmm jgSm'1mt aa fc
GROWS OUT Or AUTO ACCIDENT
One Killed and Several Injared
Whesj Car boea Tkroitk Where
Bridge Had Brea Partially
A a result ot the automobile accident
near McClelland on the night of August
21, last, when Mlsa Ine purdyof Oakland
received Injuries whloh resulted in her
death, claims aggregating ttfi.OnO were yes
terday filed against Pottawattamie county.
Suits will be brought In tha district court
unless some adjustment of the claims Is
made by the Board of Supervisors.
Mls Inez Purdy was the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Purdy of Oakland ard
for her death, the administrator of hep
estate has filed a claim of $25,000. Milton
Purdy, a brother of the young woman
killed, and Ray Piles, who were also In
jured, have filed claims of $10.01)0 each.
Herman Becket of Lincoln, Nab., who
was also Injured In the accident, has
placed his claim In the hands of a Lincoln
attorney and notice has not yet been
served upon County Auditor Innes.
The accident, which resulted In the death
of Mlsa Purdy and the injuring of asveral
others occurred while the party was driv
ing from Oakland to McClelland to spend
Sunday with relatives.' The trip was being
made at night In a touring car belonging
to Ray PIK-s, who was driving It. A short
distance from McClelland the auto plunged
Into a deep gully where the bridge which
formerly spanned It had been broken dowr?
some time before by a traotlon engine and
hal not been rebuilt although a tempor
ary structure had been erected by the
township authorities, little below . tl.e
old bridge to afford passage over the gulch
until a new bridge should be constructed.
Neither Piles or other members of the
party were familiar with the, road and
Piles did not discover the danger until his
machine was within a few feet of : the
gully. He was unable to stop the auto In
time and It crushed through the dismantled
stringers and felt on end against the pil
ing on the opposite slrie of the ravine.
Mlsa Purdy was unconscious when rescued
from the wreckage and died a few days
later at the Edmundson hospital In this
city without regaining consciousness.
Responsibility for the accident Is sought
to be put on the county, although the bridge
where tha accident occurred was built by
the authorities of Nurwalk township. It is
claimed the county should havo con
structed a bridge at that point because of
the nature of the place and the sice and
character of the structure required.
il&t twq Dmrmi
OF THE AUCTION SALE
AF LEFFERT'S RELIABLE JEWELRY STORE
, 409 BROADWAY, COUNCIL BLUFFS
Next Saturday, October 16th, is the LAST DAY!
It will pay you to take advantage of this great opportunity to purchase everything in high
grade "Watches, Diamonds, Gold Jewelry, Ilawkes' Cut Glass, Etc., at practically your own
HOURS OF SALE AFTERNOONS, 3 TO 5; NIGHTS, 8 TO 10. Mr. Emil H. Leffert
guarantees the quality of each article sold.
JAMES L.JIAND, Auctioner.
loonkeepers, which had been signed by
Judge Woodruff, were filed In the office
of the clerk jof the district court yesterday:
The Injunctions are not only against the
saloonkeepers, but also restrain the use
of the properties named for saloon pur
poses. Bloedel conducted a saloon at 910
Locust street. In what Is known as Cut-Off
on the west side of the Missouri river. On
two occasions within the last few months
he was assessed heavy fines for contempt
of court In violating the temporary Injunc
tion Issued against htm.
WANTED BOYS TO SELL SATURDAY
EVENING POST. 15 SCOTT ST. 'APPLY
TllLHSDAY, I TO I R M.
Let us make suggestions that will help
you to decorate and beautify your home.
We are experts at this kind of work. Our
line of high art decorative wall paper this
fall Is certainly complete. Many of our
high-grade wall papers .are designed by
special artists and specially Imported for
our trade. If you want' cheaper wall
paper we can furnish neat patterns and
make suggestions .that will be valuable
to you, as we thoroughly understand the
blending of colors and the' way a room
should be decorated. II. Borwlck, 211 8.
MATTERS IX THE DISTRICT COITRT
Nash Company Appeals the Water
Notice of appeal to tha supreme court
was filed yesterday by the C. B. Nash
company of Omaha, In the suit brought In
the district court to secure correction of
the records of the city council relative
to the issuance of the proposed $X),000
water worka bonds. Judge Wheeler, who
decided the suit adverse to tha company,
recently overruled the motion for a new
trial. This action In the district court was
collateral to the principal suit against the
city, attacking the validity of the proposed
bond Issue, brought by the Nash company
In the federal court where It was submitted
to Judge McPherBon at the recent ,term.
Tha suit in which John Chad well sought
to recover $1,400 damages from Councilman
John Olson for the alleged unlawful gar
nishment of his wages, was brought to a
summary end In the district court yester
day morning when Judge Woodruff took It
from the Jury and directed a verdict for
Decrees of permanent Injunction against
L. R. Bloedel and George W. Jackson sa-
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t opyrlfht 10OU. Kabo Corset Co.
KabO Styla 704 A bits rul. sored, long
with low bud and crarclul ffleit throuith
out '.2 inch clasp. 2 pair supporters, lare trim
ovm vid draw ailings Slsruug cloth bites I"
UY a Kabo Corset;
fit your dress over
it. You'll present
a stylish appearance.
Kabo Corsets are recog
nized as the leaders in three
points 8ty'c comfort,
durability. The reason that
Kabo Corsets lead all others
in up-to-date styles is
because the designs and
suggestions for Kabo models
issue from the same source
in Paris as the edicts on
fashions in gowns. This is
expensive to the manufac
turers but it pleases the
buyers of stylish corsets, so
we do it. ,
If you are stout, a Kabo
Form Reducing Corset will
give you graceful lines and
Kabo Maternity Supportcri give
health and comfort to women who
await the Stork.
All goods absolutely guaranteed.
Kabo Corset Co.
tlllTICS NOT WILLIXQ TO BOOST
II. W. Binder Takes fthot at Some
"Unfortunately, the ones we most want
to talk to are not present. They never are.
You of the faithful who always attend tha
meetings need no wordsef encouragement,
but If in some way e could only land
on the street corner critics and get them
where they would be compelled to listen
to our point of lew, I believe we have
ability sufficient to make them howl less
and work more." said H. W. Binder, for
mer, president of the Commercial club, in
addressing that organization last evening
at the meeting and luncheon held at the
Orand hotel, ( -
Mr. Binder was one of three speakers
who had been requested to address tho
club on the general subject of "What tha
Commercial Club Has Done, What It Is
Doing, What It Should Do In the Future
and How to Do It."
"If I were to have a text for this address,
It would be 'Many Are Called but Few
Wake Up," " said Mr. Binder, who paid his
compliments to those who, he said, are
always criticising the officers of the club,
but never respond when called upon to do.
some work on behalf of the organisation.
After giving a brief history of the club
and some of the things it had accomplished,
Mr. Binder spoke a follows:
. All good and progressive men of the city
owe ,a debt of gratitude to tha Council
Bluffs Commercial cub.
We cannot deny that It has a few mem
bers with "cold feet and Icy hearts." but it
Is forturuile in having enough broad, liberal
and Influential members to carry the work
forward and safeguard the city against
the danger of dropping to the res.r In the
onward course of progress. - ( .
If tha Commercial club aoconuished
nothing more than uniting the business
community and bringing about tha good
feeling now existing among the business
people, tho club would bu amply repaid
for all money and efforts expended because
It Is common talk among our neighbors
how well thn people of this city stand
together In all publio enterprlxcs and 1
plead that you will all give freely of your
time and your money In the continuance
of the good work and that you will con
tinue to pull together.
Hmcmber, .we have made but a start,
that this club Is still in its Infancy, a mat
ter of a little over six years since Its or
ganisation and keeping constantly in mind
the fact of what has been accomplished '
by united efforts. I am positive that you j
in ue aiiiuiy rewaraea in me xuture.
Botn lion. William Groneweg and Hon.
T. P. Brooks, the other two speakers as
signed for the meeting, called attention to
various matters which they believed had
been neglected by tho club. Both clatmec:
that the railroads discriminated in the mat
ter of ratea and service against Council
Bluffs and both urged the securing of tht
services of a competent commissioner for
the club. , i . ,s i
Attorney D.Ii. Stuart as a member of
the executive committee, replying to these
criticisms stated that the committee !wa
trying and had been for some time, to se
cure a competent commissioner at a salary
which the club was able to offer. i
There were several Informal talks' Jo
lowlng the regular program. Although the
meeting was not as largely attended as had
been expected the gathering was a thor
oughly representative one, about seventy
five of the leading business and profes
sional men of the city being present. -- t.
by a score of 18 to 17 at the game of Indoor
base ball played yesterday afternoon in the
Young Men's Christian association gym
nasium. Mayor Maloney was to have acted
as umpire, but was unable to be present.
The grandest opportunity ever known for
saving money on high class pianos has
brought many buyers to A. Hospe Co., 29
Pearl street, 28 South Main street. Coun
cil Bluffs, la.
TWO BISHOP AT THE nEAMTRY
(fathering; of Episcopal Clergy on
Right Rev. Theodore N, Morrison, bishop
of Iowa, and Right Rev. Arthur Williams,
bishop of Nebraska, wlfl be present, ac
cording to present plans, at the meeting of
the Des Moines deaneryi which Comprises
the Episcopal parishes of southwestern
Iowa, which will be held In this city Tues
day and Wednesday of next week. The
sessions will be held In St. Paul's church.
There are fifteen ministers In the deanery,
who. It Is expected, will attend the meeting.
The Episcopal ministers of Omaha will
also be present as guests.
The meeting will open at 10:90 o'clock
Tuesday morning with ' holy communion
service, followed by an adilreps by Bishop
Morrison. A business session will be held
In the1 afternoon at !;30 o'clock, at which
reports from the Sixth Missionary confer
ence held In South Dakota, will be read.
At 8 o'clock there will be a short meeting
of the clergy for social benefits. At 8
o'clock In the evening there will be a ser
vice and sermon by BlsTiop Williams, who
will preach on "How May the Church Best
Reach the Indifferent, Who Comprise 65
Per Cent of the Population?"
The sessions on Wednesday will open
with holy communion at 7!30 o'clock In the
morning. At 9:30 o'clock Dean Beecher of
Omaha will read before the deanery a
paper on "The Church and the Labor Un
ions." At 11 o'clock there will be a round
table, led by Rev. J.-W. "Jones, rector of
St. Paul's, who will taTk on the subject,
"How May a Clergyman Best Do His
Work?" In the afterrmrm there will be
another round table session, and the meet
ing will close with a service at 8 o'clock
In the evening, ' at 'wHtt-h' tw-d' addresses
will be made. ReV. 'WeHterr' Hakes will
speak on "The Gl6rloiVs,'ffilieTltance' of the
Church," and"' Blshop'ftrlrlsori will Kpeak!
on "The Wonderful Outlook of the Church
In the Future." ''' ' '
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The Fashion, ladles' tailoring, to.-H. Em
leln, proprietor, late fitter Orkln Bros. I
do first class work rrauonabJe. 1 make
suits for $15, skirts io. I also do altering
to suit. Would you give, ma a trial? 33
South Main atreet.
You get the lowest price; easiest terms,
and best guarantee on your piano when
you purchase at A. Hcspe Co., 29 Pearl
street and 28 South Main street, Council
How Arc You Fixed for Winter?
In the Una of eatables. Have you potatoe and canned goods In plenty?
Hera is your chance to gat tha best quality at bargain prices:
New Potatoes, per oushel ....... S I oiUii 'Beef, par lb
N.w Corn, dos.n can. . 8a V"L"rt! p poYnd. . 1 1 I '.
New Peas, doaen cans (1.10 I pi Roast. Der Dound
New Tomatoes, doaen cans.... 91.10 No. 1 Flour, per sack
THE HOMK OK QUALITY.
R. E. WELCH
. TVENTV-XJi nTH AMI FAF.XAM STREKTS.
I bouea: Dell. Douglas I311( Independent, A-S4U.
Real . Estate Transfers. ,
These transfers were reported to The Bet
October 13, by tha Pottawattamie County
Abstract company of Council Bluffs:
Lou Massenherg et al. to E. Parkin
son and C. K. Price, part lot 8.
block i. Bayllss first addition to
Council Bluffs, w d S 7.&JC
Emma Lacy and husband to William
O. Sharp, lot (.. Aud subdivision,
sw4 21-75-44. w d 2.
John II. Sivers and wife to Kllen K.
Gray, lots 11. 12 and 13, Aaid subdi
vision se'i swU 12-75-40. w d 45J0
M. T. O'Leary to Anna O'Leary, lot 6
In block 6, ThompKuu's addition to
Council Bluffs, w d 1
Hattle Benjamin and husband to Ben
jamin Fehr Real Kstate compan),
lot 9 in block 32, Beers subdivision
in Council Bluffs, w d
Jennie M. Olson and husband to M.
Solomon, lot 15 In block 11. Stuts
man's second addition to Council
Bluffs, w d
Frank Linden and wife to James
B. Helm, part lot 55. Johnson's addi
tion and part lot 31. Aud. subdivision,
part s4j. nei 31-7V44
A. C. Turner and wife to C. B. Quis
le, lota 3S. SI', 40. 41 and 4 In bluvk
7. Wright's addition to't Council
Bluffs 1 700
Sheriff to Ernest E. Hart, t. se 23-77-44
sher d 1.200
CAKPKXTEll KlI.LKp . BY FALL.
Missed Footlnar While Working on
TojS of Urain Elevator.
James spencer, a carpenter working on
the elevator being erected by the Middle
West Elevator company ' at Thirty-fifth
street and First avenue, met instant death
yesterday afternoon when' he lost his bul
ahc? and fell eighty feet to the ground.
Spencer, with another carpenter, was
wo: king at the time of (he accident at the
top of tha elevator sectiop. of the building.
He was In the act of splicing two rafter-i
Willi a heavy. spike whephe missed hitting
the tiail and lost his balance. Thirty feet
below he struck the roof ot the main build
ing and from it rolled to the ground. When
picked up life was extinct.
Coroner Tieynor was hotlfied and the
body was by his orders removed to Cul
ler's undertaking rooms. Dr. Tieynor hadJ
rot decided Inst evening whether an inquest
would be necessary.
Spencer was S3" years old and leaves a
wife and 6-months-old baby boy; The fam
ily Ihes at 1407 Avenue A. Deceased came
here from LofTan, la., near where he was
born. He was a member of the carpenters'
Barter oil heaters, no smoke, no smell,
will heat your cold room. J4.D0. $5, 16. P.
C. DeVol Hardware company, 504 . Broadway.
Total nine transfers tli,S01
FOst MEDICAL AND FAMILY USE
BUY YOUR LIQUORS AT ROSEN FELD
LIQUOR CO., 51 S. Main. 'Phones S323.
Licenses to wed were Usued yesterday to
Name and Resldonca Age.
Daniel J Lynch, umaha 24
Frances E. Stevens. Omaha 20
I C. McIonald, Bennet. Neb 23
Mary Rasmuaaen, Banaat, Neb .....1J
K. T. Plumbing Co. TeL 0. Nlgtit, L-1701
City Officials Winner.
Tha team made up from officials and
others who are on tha payroll of the mu
nicipality defeated tha county officeholders
OPINIONS ON I'AII FRANCHISE
Attorney General aud City Solicitor
A report as to the status of the fran
chise, or franchises. under which the
Omaha & Council Bluffs Street Railway
company is operating in Council Bluffs,
rom Attorney General II. V. livers and
i Ity Solicitor Kimball, may be looked for
n lb; near future. Mr. Bvers wan in ..
city yestciday morning for a short whlla
enroute to Harlan to take part In tha trial
of a case in the district court of Shelby
county. He expects to return to Council
Bli'ffs and at that time will confer with
Mr. Kimball. After the conference their
opinion on the street railway franchise mat
ter will be formulated for submlKion to the
Mr. Kimbull has formulau-d his opinion,
but (iicl.nes to make it public pending the
conference between himself and the attor
ney general. Mr. Byers likewise has
reached a decision, but declined yesterday
to discuss the matter for publication until
after the meeting. "There can be no dis
agreement as to the facts," Mr. Byers
said. "We both hnve the same data and
most of the important facts are a matter
of public record. We may, however, differ
sliKhtly in our conclusions. There are some
things 1 want to call to Mr. Kimball's at
tentioa and until after we have talked
It over I cannot say whether we will agree
on all points.'
is Cut Short
Police Arrest Her on the Charge
of Bobbing Her Former
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, la., Oct. 13. (Special.)
On her way to Omaha With Jewels and
wearing apparel, said to have been stolen
from , a wealthy Davenport, la., family,
by whon she was employed a domestic,
Tlllle Shumaker, aged 22, was arrested
at the Rock Island station early this morn
ing and laken to police headquarters.
The, theft was discovered by the Daven
port family late yesterda;- and the police
of that city notified, who In turn advised
the authorities along the line to look out
for the Voting womun. She Is said to have
taken considerable Jewelry, 118 in cash, two
Bult eases filled with silk clothes and a hat
with - eight plumes.
James Watklns was found guilty by
a Jury in Judge Miller's court last night
of shooting to death John WeHcer oil
August 10, at 118 Court street, and sen
tenced lo hard labor for life at Fort
Senator Cummins today told Iowa post
masters In convention assembled that he
was opposed to Senator Aldrlch's plan
of a savings department In nntlonnl banks
and favars postal saving banks. He further
declared that the platform pledge of the.
pafty regarding postal saving banks should
be' kepf. .
Attorney General Byers today sustained
Auditor Bleakley that Insurance companies
canot insure lit automobile owner against
proseeUtfoir for1 Injury? claiming such In
surance wotild be against public policy.
City Gets Busy
in 'Phone Deal
Likely to Take Action to Prevent
Consolidation of Bell and
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES. Ia.. Oct. 1.1 . Ktmni.l 1
Some action on the part of the city In the
matter or the proposed consolidation of the
lowa and Mutual companies Is louhed for
tomorrow or soon. At the city hall today it
was admitted that the learal iivnurimi.nl
has about concluded Its investigation of the
matter. City Solicitor Brennan admitted
this and Intimated that the probable action
o the city Is abortt agreed to, but would
not Intimate what course of action the city
Is likely to take.
Attorney General Mullen at one Hm
gave the executive council a written opin
ion to the effect that corporations cannot
acquire the stock of other corporations un-
n ss tho statutes specifically permit It and
in the case of loan and trust companies
held that there was no statute uermll-
Attorney General livers also ffavo ll
eaecutlve council an opinion some time
ago In. reference to a proposed consolida
tion of the telephone lines, other than the
Mutual and lowa, that such a consolidation
was not permissible under the law. Tin.
heating In the district court on the annli-
catlon for an Injunction restraining the con-
roiioatloii will be had Friday of this week.
Bills (barged with Fraud.
ATLANTIC. la.. Oct. 13 (Sn i1 I
Charged with obtaining money by false pre
tenses. A. H. Bills, formerly of Grant and
Atlantic, was brought back from Colorado
yesterday by Deputy Sheriff W. H. Roslev
and Attorney A. L. Pine who had loaned
Bill about 4;.0 on live stock that he did
not own. The prisoner has been a fuaitive
since June and was recently located work-
inif ri the tiotato fields near Greelev i'..i
Bills was indicted by the last a-ranri 1nrv
and will have his trial at the November
term of the district court.
FALL AND WINTER
When looking for jrour new overcoat
you'll rrndlljr notice, the dorlilrd supe
riority of "Xebriwika" Overcoats at
Of course YOU will Judi them lijf
their style, fit and looks, but WK
know that in fabric, pattern and tail
oring thrjr combine UHUATKH EX
CKLLKNCR than even WE hTe ever
Ve know that you will appreciate
the way they retain their perfect line
nnd stylish appearance, and the long
service you'll get out of them.
Every possible argument favor buy
ing your overcoat at once, bo we shall
expect you la today. Trices:
Fall Ovorcoats $10 to $25
Winter O'coats $7.50 to $35
"The House of
Registration at Pierre and Aberdeen S. ').
Over one and one-half million acres of
land will be thrown open for settlement
in Cheyenne River and Standing Rock
Indian Reservations, Oct 4th to 23rd.
Direct ' Route to registration points, .Pierre and
Aberdeen, is the Chicago (& North Western Ry.
'Two fast trains daily via direct lines from Omaha.
Special low homeseekers' round trip rates from Omaha.'
..This land js well watered by the Cannon BallGiani, Mowtu
and Cheyenne Riven and their tributaries. . The soil U a light
loam, fertile and makes good grain producing land. A low
valuation of from 50 cents to $6.00 per 'acre lias been placed
on the land by the Government, arranged in easy annual
payment covering a period of five year. - --
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Thi C. & N. W. Ry. prints a dtsirip
tivt pamphlet, telling bow ta stcUri a
homestead of 160 acres from the Govern
ment. Fret copies en application. ' . ' " '
Ticket Offices '.'. '
1401-1403 Farnam Street
You Office Men
. Nine tenths of you are Constipated. Your
sedentary lite it bad for the liver if vou'xe
careful constipation will run into chronic liver
plaint or piles or lay you liable to typhoid fever,
matism and all manner of sicknesses.
makes lazy livers active, cures constipation and d
lead to the cathartic habit. - Take an NR tab!
night and you 11 ffcel better in the momma
Better than Pills for Liver Ills
Bchfr's Cut-Pries SJrur Btorvs 18th and Dourlas Bts lthand Chtoar Its.
South Omaha Stores S. W. Oor. 84th and H, H. W. Oof. 84tn and K. .
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy ,1s today the best known
medicine In une fur the relief and cure of
bowel complalnia. It cures griping-, diar
rhoea, dysentery and should be taken al
the first unnatural iooheiieos of the bowels.
It Is equally valuable for children and
adults. It always cures. Sold by all drug-
No woman can bs ?appy
without children; it is ,ier
nature to love them ns much
so as it is the beautiful and
pure. The ordeal through
which the exDectant mother
must pass is so full of dread that the thought fills her with apprehension.
There is no necessity for the reproduction of life to be either very
fiainful or dangerous. The use of Mother' Friend prepares the system
or the coming event, and it is Dassed without ar.v danger Th;.
Low Homeseekers' Fares"
Every Firt and Third Tuesday of Each Month
"The Safe Rou.l to Travel" .
ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS
NEW STEEL PASSENGER EQUIPMENT '
remedy is applied externally, TT TTrpfjl
ind has carried thousanas of I fJl ) A
women through the crisis I HV XL ID
with but little suffering.
Book soBtalsinf ioformatloa of vain
ail upaciaat uoiAsrs mailed f rat.
mAoria.o neouiAion oo.
Oregon, Washington - Idaho
Where Und is cbeap, towns are new and
opportunities are exceptionally good . fcr
farming or business.
See the Pacific Northwest country for
For lltersture and Information relative to rates, routes,' etc., call
on or address:
CITY TICKET OFFICE, ' "
124 FARNAM HTREET, OMAHA, NKR.
PHONES: IJelL Hou. 1H2H anil Id A 8231. ' ' -
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