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A wcman who is sick and suffering, and won't at least
try a medicine which has the record of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, is to blame for her own wretched
condition. . , .
There are literally hundreds of thousands . of women in
the United States who have been benefited by this famous
old remedy, which was produced from roots and herbs over
thirty years ago by a woman to relieve woman's suffering.
Read what these women say :
! . S'Vn'lo.n' N. J. It In with plenRnre that I srnd my testimo
nial for LytUa E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, hoping: it
inay Induce other Buffering women to avail themselves of the
benefit of this valuable remedy.
I suffered from pains in my back and side, sick headaches,
no appetite, was tired and nervous all the time, and so weak I
could hardly stand. Lyilia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
made me a well woman and this valuable medicine shall
always have my praise." Mrs. W. P. Valentine, D02 Lincoln
Ave Camden, N. J.
ISrle, Pa." I suffered for five years from female troubles, and
nt last was almost helpless. I tried three doctors but they did
me no good. My sister advised me to try Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, and it has made me well and strong. I
hope all suffering women will Just give Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound a trial, for It is worth its weight in gold."
M rs. J . P. lindllcli, It. P. L. 7, Eric, Pa. , i
- t Since we guarantee that all testimonials which we pub
lish are genuine, is it not fair to suppose that if Lydia E.
.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound hadthe virtue to help
these women it will help any other woman who is suffer
ing from the same trouble. v ' " ' .
For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound has been the standard remedy for
female ills. No sick woman does Justice to
herself who will not try this famous medicine.
Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and
has thousands of cures to its credit.
f"" 1 """ If the slightest trouble appears which
' you do not understand, write to Mrs.
Pinkham at Lynn, Masg for her advice it is
free and always helpful.
BISHOP OPENS DEANERY
First Day Devoted to Hearing Report
and Sermon by Bishop.
AUTO RIDE IN THE AFTERNOON
the water wu contaminated by the chll-
ren throwing back Into the bucket what
they did not drink. The committee on
grounds and building wan Instructed to
procure suitable drinking fountains tor
FOH MEDICAL AND FAMILY V8E
BUY YOUR LIQUOKS AT ROSEN FELD
LIQUOR CO.. 619 8. Main. 'Phones S323.
Ratertalned at Dinner by Rector
Jones of St. Pant's 'Sessions to
Be Held Today nnd Close wltst
SerTlrrs This Evening.
The attendance yesterday at the opening
sessions of the Des Moines deanery ot the
Episcopal church was not as large as had
been anticipated, but several clergymen
are expected here today. The meeting for
mally opened at 10:30 o'clock with holy
communion, followed by an address by
ISinhop Morrison. In the afternoon, the
meeting was devoted to hearing reports
from tie recent Sixth Missionary confer
ence, held In South Dakota.
At the conclusion of the afternoon meet
ing the visiting clergymen were' given an
automobile ride about the city and then
were guests of Rector J. W. Jones of St.
Paul's church at dinner at the Grand hotel.
In the evening the service was open to
the public and Bishop Williams of Ne
braska. who preached, was greeted by I
large congregation. Bishop Williams spoke
on what he said were the two greatest
commandments, "The Love of God and the
Love of Our Neighbor."
The Infant son of Rev. andSIrs. J.. W
Jones was baptised at the evening service
the baptism being conducted by Dean Bell
of Des Moines.
This morning the visiting clergymen will
be guests of Rev. and Mrs. Jones at the
rectory at breakfast. The meeting will
close with a public. -service this evening
Those In attendance yesterday were:
Bishop Morrison, Des Moines; Dean II. B.
II. Bell, Des Moines; Rev. Thomas Cassldy.
rector of St. Mark's church, Des Moines;
Rev. David Ferguson, Creston; Rev. Rich
ard Ellerby. Shenandoah; Rev. Seth M
Wilcox, Boone; Rev. John C. Sage, Du
buque, and a number of Omaha ministers.
Compare piano with piano, price with
price, and you will find that the A. Hospe
Co., selling price Is from 25 per cent to 33
per cent less than elsewhere. Pearl
street and 28 South Main street, Council
The OounoU Blaffs Of floe of the
Omaha Bsc Is at IS Bsott Street.
Sota 'gnoses 43.
Diamond playing the best vaudeville.
CORRIGANS, undertakers. 'Phone 148.,
For rent, modern house, 726 6th avenue.
Maje.itlo ranges,' P,' c;"De' Vol Hdw'. Co.
Woodrlng Undertaking oompany. Tel. 139.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone 37.
FAUST -BEER AT ROGERS' BUFFET."
When you wani reliable want ad adver
tising, use The lies. ' '
Pictures and art v'j'.iery for wedding
gifts. Alexandar's Art Store, 313 Broadway.
Balrd Jk Bolund. undertakers. 'Phone liti.
Expert piuno tuning, Hoape. 'Phon 644,
t) i'tarl sireet, 2 South Ma Hi.
Up-to-date Art uepartmept and Picture
Frumluij', Borwlck, 211 South Main street.
For good paiiuniii e Walter Nlcholaisen
&. Co., 14 Souili Main street. 'Phone Inde
pendent 41b tied.
FOit REiS'i-TW'O ItOOMS, SAPP
Ll.Ui.lC. l.-iVjUIUE E. A. WICWHAM, 19
fcCU'lY S1HKET. 'PHONES U.
A 'man luge license was Issued yesterday
to Uihi1'k .-. .aunio, ageu Zu. unit Mina
M. rjmitli, aged a. both of this city.
Mut Im-ovUs, llio neaio charged with the
Hit-ft of a loam of horses belonging to
A. Bernges of Lewis township, who was
hiitu.Lu hi Umslia Monday whilu trying
to dispose of the animals, was brought to
Council Bluffs yesterday afternoon and
lodged In the county Jail. Brooks Is a
stranger to the authorities. The team was
taken home by Bernges.
A building permit was Issued yesterday
to Otto Voegler for a two-story frame
cottage on Clark avinu, to coat $2,500.
The regular meeting of the Woman's
Christian Temperance unlun will be held
this afternoon in the public library build
ing. Mrs. Vallle Weaver brought 'suit for di
vorce yesterday from Frank A. Weaver,
to whom she was married September 2,
4908 In Omaha. Tlie defend4it Is the young
man who lust summer attempted to com
mit suicide nt Like Mnnawa by drinking
carbolic ncid. This attempt at suicide Is
made one of the grounds for asking for
the divorce. .' Mrs. Weaver also charges
her husband with failing , to provide for
her and with treating her In a cruel and
The Fashion, ladles' tailoring, R. H. Em
leln, proprietor, late fitter Orkln Bros. I
do first class work reasonable. I make
suits for $15, skirts $!. I also do altering
to suit. Would you give me a trial? 33
South Main Street.
1 IV. ,J
YOU ARE CURABLE
WE CAN CURE YOU
AVERAGE TIME TO CURE
RumjRi One Vlat
Htdhocelc One vii
Cat Hitn 30lajs
?0flica Hour o9 Datrf
Write todtiy to
Mala suil hitiJ
illlUt tllKfl. !
OPINION ON FRANCHISE TODAY
Attorney General Ilyers to Meet City
, Solicitor Klinoall.
Attorney General Byers will be In Coun
cil Bluffs today to take up the matter of
the status of the street railway company's
franchise or franchises with City Solici
tor Kimball. The attorney general will also
meet a Joint committee from the West End
and West Council Bluffs Improvement
clubs at the Grand hotel at 2:30 o'clock this
afternoon to talk over this matter. The
Investigation Into the status ot the fran
chise under which the street railway com
pany Is operating in this city was urged
by those clubs and It was at their Insti
gation that the attorney general took the
The great Majestic Hunge exhibition all
this week, October 18 to 23. Come In and
see the elegant display. All this Week we
give free with each Majestic range sold an
elegant set of kitchen ware, actual value
$4. Investigate now. P. C. DeVol Hardware
company, SOI Broadway; 10 North Main
WHAT IS Tnl3 USE
of v.e:irltiK a'sUiipy looking overcoat, a
rtaciy made coat .iays look sloppy In a
kUuiI time, tli-y never wear more than
ono winter, but a tailor made coat will
wear flM winters and perhaps more, and
tht-n 1'ink- better fit ietie and you are not
uxhumi'ij In wear it. See me for overcoat.-)
My price Is n.tmulle.
413 Broattway. Council Bluffs, la.
S'Letfieri-s 'EJSuif Lenses
V V.esssstnki witu nnm ivnw
; r Smrjan tin h hi
lq4 fTVKmtcei It
iai m rra
&a i w Kmuimcu earn
sbma wont mutrrt, u
Rral Estate Transfers. .
These transfers were reported to The
Bee. October 19 by the Pottawattamie
County Abstract company ot Council
C W. Glllln and wife to A. 8. Baker,
lot 11 In block 5. McCU-lland. w d....$ 1
G. A. Bolton and wife to James
Ft mlcr, i:eV, nw',4 20-741't. w d S.SOO
C. I. L and wife to Katherlne K.
Houtli. lots in block 15, Burn's ad
Ci'lor. to Council Bluffs, w d 400
A. C. Keller and wife to Louisa F.
Lrururd. lot 20 In block 15, Burn's ad
cih'oM to Council Bluffs, s w d 1
P. T. Youkrr and wife to Fred Nles
Mcn. lot 1 ord n. 15 ft. of lot 2 In
Mick ;a uud 'i of lot 12 and lot 11 j
In link 3i, all hi Avoca, q c d 1
Sales of Goods by Mannfartnrers
'It. was merely to discuss matters of
Interest to the members of the association
but of no Interest to the public," declared
John Melhoo. Jr.. the secretary of the
organization at the cloBe of the called
meeting of the Iowa and Nebraska Whole
sale Orocers' association, held yesterday at
the Grand hotel.
That the meeting was called for the dis
cussion of Important business was evl
denced by, the fact that forty-four firms
holding .membership In the association
were represented. That the wholesalers
and Jobbers experience more or less trouble
over manufacturers selling direct to retail
ers In a-targe line of buslnes Is no secret
and It Is said that this was Ae of the
"matters of Interest to the members only'
which was diseased at length yesterday.
Heretofore the meetings ot the associa
tion have been entirely formal and, de
voted "wholly to. business. -A number of
the members were of the opinion that the
meetings In the future should have more
of- the social feature and Secretary Mel-
hop was requested to make the necessary
arranKements for a smoker and Dutch
lunch on the occasion of the next session
the date of which will be determined later.
The following firms were represented at
John Blaul's Sons company, Burlington
Blklen-Winier Grocery company, Burling'
Burt-Zalzer company, Burlington.
Wltwer Bros, company. Cedar Rapids.
Frick-Stearns-RusBell company. Cedar
J. H. Merrill company, Creston.
Clinton Grocery company, Clinton, la,
Groneweg & Schoentgen company, Coun
i J. P. .VsnPatten A. Sons, Davenport.
M. L. Marks A Co., Davenport.
Charles Hewitt & Suns. Des Moines.
Warfleld-Pratt-Howell company, Des
John T. Hancock company, Dubuque.
Schroeder-Klelne Grocery company, Du
Fort Dodge Grocery company, Fort Dodge
Iowa Grocery company. Fort Dodge.
Letts-Fletcher company, Marshalltown.
O. S. KUim. Marshalltown.
Letts-Spcncer-Smlth company, Mason
C. L. Mull & Hons. Muscatine.
J. H. Merrill company, Ottumwa.
J. G. Hutchison & Co., Ottumwa.
H. L. Spencer company, Oskaloosa.
Tolerton-Warfleld company, Sioux City.
C. Khenkberg company, Sioux City.
Warfleld-Pratt-Howell vompany, Sioux
The Fowler company, Waterloo.
Smith, Lichty & Hlllman company, Wat
JC. 8. Stevens, Beatrice.
Blue Valley Mercantile company, Bea
H. W. Abts company. Columbus.
Nebraska Mercantile oompany. Grand Is
Blackman A Fuller company. Hastings.
Hargreave Mercantile company, Lincoln
llralnger Bros, company, Lincoln,
H. P. I-au company, Lincoln.
Kaymona nroincrs, ctarke company,
Bradley-Catron company, Nebraska City
argeant nice company, Nebrask
1'axton & Gallagher company, Omaha.
McCord-Brady company, Omaha.
Allen Brothers company, Omaha.
H. J. Hughes company, Omaha.
Tom! ft. o irsnffiiB
AYur.lfil Rclliblo girl. 809 Fifth Ave.
buys in quantities. You cart always make a considerable saving aside
from bavlux plenty on nana
Boiling Beef, p. r lb. . .
.Corn butf , pt-r lb. i . . .
t'ol Ut.axt, p?r lb
Sirloin Stt-uk. per lb. . .
No. 1 Bacon, per lb..
. . .ISO
. . .lt
No. 1 Flcur, per sack
New Corn, dosen cans
New Peas, dozen cans
Ntw Tomatoes, dosen cans..
, THE HOilK OK QUALITY.
R. E. WELCH
TWEMV-rXlinTlI AMI FAUX AM ST1CEKTS.
I'bouca: 1K1L DoiueUi XflHf Independent, A-2311.
The public know that when they get
piano of A. Hospe Co., 29 Pearl street, and
X South Main street. Council Staffs, they
get more value for their money than they
could get at any other place, a
same time run no chances In
as their price Is the lowest.
of this city, will be the
SLOAN GVILTY Of M AN SLAI GHTFK
SmlleaWhea the Terdlet of the Jnr
is li en a.
Ben Sloan, who was charged with the
murder of James Wallace, a y6ung Scotch
man who was said to have been thrown
from a Northwestern passenger train near
Crescent City on the evening of May 22,
last, smiled when In the district court yes
terday morning the verdict of the Jury fix
ing manslaughter as the degree of the crime
was read by Judge Woodruff. The stoical
expression which had characterised him
gave way to an expression of evident re
lief and turning his face In the direction
of the Jury he smiled. In fact, he almost
aughed and apparently had some difficulty
i restraining his feelings.
The case was given to the Jury shortly
before o'clock Monday evening and tho
verdict was returned at :3 o'clock yes
terday morning. It was said that a ma
jority of the Jury stood out for a verdict
of manslaughter .In place of murder from
the first ballot. Following the announce
ment of the verdlctfloan was returned to
the county Jail and will be brought be
fore the court next Monday for sentence.
The maximum sentence for manslaughter
a eight years. Sloan being under 30 years
of age, will be sentenced to the state re
formatory at Anamosa and It will be In the
power of the State Board of Parole to
shorten his term. Sloan was but 22 years
of age on October IS.
In the event of a new trial being denied,
. Q. Harrison, counsel for Sloan, said he
would take the case to the supreme court
on the grounds of alleged lack of Instruc
tion to the Jury on the question of acci
dent as a possible cause of Wallace's death.
Jesse Pyatt, the state's witness, who ar
rived too late Monday afternoon to testify,
was discharged yesterday. He was with
Sloan and Wallace at the time the latter
met his death and had been held under
bond as a witness. His father, a well-to-do
farmer near Eddyvllle, la., nad put up a
$100 cash bond for his son's appearance
and the money was yesterday ordered re
turned to the elder Pyatt. Young Pyatt
had been In Montana and had made every
effort, so he told County Attorney Hess,
to reach here In time for the trial, but
had been compelled to stop In Flandreau.
8. D., and work to secure funds to con
tinue the remainder of the Journey here.
He was allowed witness fees and mlleago
from Flandreau, amounting to $23.35.
Owing to the Inability of the state to se
cure the attendance at mis time or im
portant witnesses the trial Of Leon Plcotte
of Boone, la.. Indicted on the charge of
looting' freight cars of a train of which he
was In charge as conductor, which had
been assigned to follow that of Sloan, was
continued to the next term. Plcotte was
until his arrest last April a freight condue
tor In the employ of the Northwestern rail
The continuance of the Plcotte case dls
posed of the last criminal business for this
term and County Attoiney Hess will go to
Avoca next week to attend the term there.
The suit of John Scherer agalnst the Al
falfa Meal company is assigned for today.
COl'NCIL TO ACCBPT FIBB HOtSR
Apparatus front Temporary Honae to
( Be Moved In Today.
The city council meeting as a committee
of the whole yesterday afternoon Inspected
the new central fire station over Indian
Creek, at the foot of Bryant street, which
has been completed by Contractor George
F. Hughes. The councllmen expressed
themselves as well satisfied with the
building and their willingness to accept
it from the contractor after a few minor
details should be finished. The committee
will recommend that It be accepted at the
next meeting of the city council.
Fire Chief Nicholson announced yester
day that It was his Intention to move the
men and apparatus of No. i company from
the old house across the street Into the
new building today. During the week of
the National Horticultural congress the
chief's buggy will be kept at one of the
other, fire houses so as to permit a por
tion of the main room of the new build
ing being utilised for fruit show exhibits.
During that week Chief Nicholson will
sleep In the new fire station and go out
with the men on the combination hook
and ladder and chemical wagon.
With the removal of the men and equip
ment from the old building today the fire
alarm system will be out of commission
for about two days while the transfer of
the wires Is being made to the new build
ing. This will necessitate all alarms be
ing sent into the central station over, the
Following the Inspection ot the fire sta
tion the councllmen met as a council and
made a tour of Inspection of the newly
constructed cement sidewalks In the south
part of the city. .They found the walks
to be In excellent, condition but deferred
any action as to accepting them until a
report Is received from the city engineer.
An adjournment was taken to next Mon
EXPHF.SS COMPANY MUST REPORT
Iowa Commission -Follows lp Refnsal
and Wins Oat.
DES MOINES, la., Oct. U (Special.)
The Adams Express company must report
to the Iowa Railroad commission the
amount of business it did In Iowa, a well
as the amount for the entire system. The
company refused to make the report and
show the division of business at the state
lines, claiming It was not required to keep
such Information by. the Interstate Com
merce commission. Secretary Dwlght Lewis
of the railroad commission wrote to Wash
ington and discovered that the ruling ot
the commission Is that express companies
must keep such information. The Adams
Express company will now have to make
rr vnn hv unvthlrra lA'-soll or trade
and want qluck action.' a'jfeVtlHe Ulrt The
Bee Want Ad. columns. .
N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tel. 250. Night, L-1702.
Mnaasine to Exploit Frnlt Show.
For the purpose of .exploiting the Na
tional Horticultural congress and the fruit
exposition to be held In this city under ltc
auspices November 16 to SO, Inclusive, of
fleers of the congress nave decided to
publish a monthly magazine. With this
end In view articles of Incorporation of the
National Horticultural Publishing Com
pany, with a capitalization of 10,000, were
filed for record yesterday. The officers
are: President, w. . Keenne, wno is jkies'
ident of the National Horticultural con
gress; vice president, J. P. Hess, former
president of the congress and a member of
the present board of dlreetbrs; secretar;
Freeman L. Reed, general superintendent
of the congress; treasurer, George Sancha
president of the firm which will publish
the magazine. W. H. Lynchard. a veteran
TEH YEARS OF
Tiny Pinhead Pimples Filled and
HurtTremendousiy Tried Every
thing in Vain His Daughter's
Scalp was Crusted Both Found
CURE IN CUTICURA
"It is a great pleasure for me and I
consider it a duty to inform you what
Cuticura has done for me. AboiM
twelve years ago, I contracted an erup
tion of the siaip consisting of small
pimples, about the size of a pinhead,
which filled after a few days with pus
and which hurt tremendously. . I tried
everything, but in vain. Finally, I
washed my head with sulphur and ap
plied a carbolio ointment. After a few
days tho pimplos disappeared, only to
oome back again In a week, 'ihis I
suffered for ten years and tlien I saw
an advertisement in the paper of the
wonderful cures by Cuticura. 1 boticht
Twenty-five volumes of Kncv,li.n,li
Brttannlca. ninth edition, with American ke0f l-utioura Soup, a box of (juti
revisions and addition, for sale, cheap at
A. Hospe conjfiany, 29 Pearl street. Council
A. CLARK Cl CO.
L0AI1 H0I1EY Oil HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
AFD AJJY CHATTEL BEOTRITT AT ONE-IIALF THH UBCAL RATES,
i Twenty Years of Bacccaaf ul BuimeM.
CORXER UAIN AND BROADWAY, OVER AMKKICAX EXPRESS,
v . ,,,,n.,-t! in with the ftrsa eaillM themselves Tlis t'lark Mnjn C.
r. Ti-ii.tfc.z, aigr.
UOTU PUOXiS air,
No (ha see la Health Hales.
A special meelng of the Board of Edu
cation was held last night for the purpose
of discussing the advisability of refrain
ing the rules adopted last Saturday which
wers designed to check tfce spread of con
tagious dtaeases In the publlcvschools of
the city. The closing of the Bloomer school
because of several cases of dlphlhuria and
scarlet fever amorur the pupils had shown
I the board the necessity of formulating
I rules to regulate this matter. Amonn
some, however, the opinion seemed to pre
vail that these rules were not only some
what cumbersome, but In some respects
ambiguous and It was deemed beet to have
the board go over them again In view of
the fact that the rules were trained some
After thoroughly dh-cufsing the rales the
board decided not to make any changes
and any principal of a building who may
not thoroughly understand them can auply
to Superintendent Beveiidge for an iSr
pretatlon. Complaint was made by parents of pf lis
J attending the Third street school that the
J children in that Dulloiiig were compelled
.-t 'J'yy j to drink out of a cuiumou bucket and that I
cura Ointment and a bottle of Cuticura
PilU and aftar throe weoks I had u.vd
only half the Soap und Ointment and
mv head was a tioan as ever bnfore.
Ai'ter the first application It was simply
surprising how it improved.
"My daughter usod Cuticura Soap
and Ointment for st-alei cn the scalp and
after liavini; ued them three tims her
head was cloar and ths hair became as
soft and fins ai silk. Since then she
uses nothing but Cuticura hoap for
"In oonneque-nce of my having used
Cuticura Soap for shampooing, I no
ticed that my hands which 'almost al
ways wero cracked from handling un
dressed wood, lime and stenn, bream
white and velvety. Formerly I used
glvcerino, but crie night's treatment
with Cuticura Soap ana Ointment doe
more for my hands than a week's treat
ment with glycerine. I hope all suf
fering people will at least try the Cuti
cura Remedies. Herman Becker,
Held. W is., November 6, 1D0S,"
Millions of women throughout the
world use Cuticura Soap and Ointment
for ecEemas, rashes, itching, .irntatrn.
Inflammations, chafing, pimples, black
heads, dandruff, dry, 'thin and falling
hair, sanative, antiseptic cleansing, and
for the toilet, bath and nursery.
rutimm RmHlri mr solil thrnticbovt tfe f1d.
Pulur Drug A Cltsm. Corn . Pron . laJ 4'(,ik.
bin Are . lloi hi. Mm. -Cuieurs Htokiet.
iiiaI'M trra, teit ft') ''u su kii. at ul ths
i a in tir&taKUl o Lsisnfilwf Ms slkUi, an..
Iowa News Notes.
CRESTON Farm land In the vicinity
of the survey for the proposed new rail
way line between -Wlnterset and Ies
Moines Is advancing In price and has In
creased from $6 to $10 per acre this fall.
CRESTON Miss Agnes Barton, a pro
fessional nurse of Kansas City, and at
present superintendent of Mercy hospital
of that city, has purchased the Dr. Sells
sanitarium at Osceola and will take pos
session of the new home January 1.
IOWA FALLS At Ellsworth college yes
terday the student body and members of
the faculty joined In the annual October
drive. The route outlined was ten miles
west of here. A big picnic dinner and an
afternoon program of sports were big fea
tures of the Olive.
BOONE Engineer and Mrs. John Wells
of this city are today celebrating their
golden wedding. Their children and one
of Mr. Wells' brothers have arrived from
different parts of the country and are
quietly enjoying this event at the Wells
home on Marshall street.
IOWA -FALLS George Weaver, son of
Judge 8. M. Weaver of the Iowa supreme
court, left yesterday for Oelweln to take
up his duties as reporter In the superior
court In that city. Mr. Weaver Is an ex
pert stenographer and well fitted for the
position to -which he has Just been ap
pointed. IOWA FALLS Announcement Is made
that Fred Austin, agent for the Illinois
Central here, has been appointed city
ticket agent for the company at Waterloo
to succeed W. L. Buckley, who goes to
Dubuque. Mr. Austin came here from
Sioux Falls several months ago. The an
nouncement of his successor here has not
. HUBBARD Charles McClearn, who re
cently came here from Iowa Falls to enter
the employ of the Hubbard Farmers' Elo-
vator company, received fatal Injuries this
afternoon, when he was caught In the
shafting and whirled around and then
hurled to the floor. Five ribs were broken
and it Is believed the fractured ends punc
tured vital organs.
QARWIN Mrs. Qeorge Godfrey of this
place. 67 years old. walked from Watefloj
to the home of Wylie Henderson, near
here, from daybreak to dark yesterday.
Part of the Journey was made In a driv
ing rainstorm. Mrs. Godfrey found when
she went to board the train that she did
not have money enough to pay her fare,
hut instead of telegraphing for money she
started to walk and made the trip on foot
MADRID A pouch of mall, said to con
tain two. packages of registered letters
containing valuable documents, checks and
drafts, was . stolen from a truck at the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul depot here
last night. Arter nours or searcn tnc
pouch was found In a bnxcar, where It
had been cut open and rifled. The pouch
came from the Des Moines office and was
waiting here to be transferred when It was
stolen. A number of suspects have been
IOWA CITY Mary Bradford Kasson of
Des Molr.es Is tho girl who will take the
Rhodes soholarshlp examination here on
October 19 4nd 20 In the contest for the
scholarship offered by the National Feder
ation of Women's Clubs. The following
men will take the Rhodes examinations:
Raymond Price of F.erlham.' Raymond l
Harrlman of Muscatine and William 7Mk
ler of UoldJJleld, all of Grlnnell college, and
Archie Ross Mau'.vby of Marshalltown and
Harold L. Jordan of Springfield, Ja., ot
IOWA CITY Drunks In the police court
of this city will be defende and prosecuted
by law students In the University of Iowa,
according to s novel scheme planned bv
Mayor Ralph Otto, who is also an Instruc
tor of pleading and practice in the law
school. According to Mayor Otto's plan,
the prisoners up for Intoxication and vaf
rancy will have senior law students to
prepare the canes and tepresent them when
the trials are hld. This, he contends, will
result In greater justice end also aid the
collegians In preparing for the actual prac
tice of the law.
CRESTON October 27. ?8 and 2 are
the date') selected for the Ringgold
County Farmers' Institute at Diagonal.
Stock Judging, the first day and an ad
dress by Prof. L. E. Troeger of Amea
college completes that day's program.
Edith O. Charlton, director of domestic
economy at Ames, speaks the second day
and the last day President It. H. seeriey
of the Btate Teachers' college at Iowa
Fulls will cive his address on "The Peo
ple and the Schools." which Is also fit
tingly devoted to the rural and graded
schools. Cash prises are offered for the
best spellers anil readers, l.inerai prises
also are offered for stock, poultry, veg
etables, grains and pantry exhibits.
LOGAN Monday J. A. Heterlck bought
the VanScov Brothers' arorery stock, the
building in which It Is located and like
wise the nostorflce bull ling, the brick
buildings adjoining the Heterlck store on
the east. Mr. Heterlck will convert ths
VanScoy store building Into an exclusive
men's and boys' clothing store and remodel
and enlarge his present grocery depart
ment to Includo the VanScoy stock. The
VanScoy brothers have been In' the gro
cery business In Logsn many years. Mr.
Heterlck has been at his present plare of
bussness twenty-seven years and Is recog
nlii as one of the popular and success
ful merchants of Logan. As yet the con
slileration has not been nade public. In
voicing began this morning.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy contains
no Injurious substanoe and la pleasant to
rtt, lOS, WIN COk CO. KS.
Drawn lor Nebraska Clothing Co. by B. Cory Kllvcrt
is a term that doesn't apply to our Boys' Clothing. The
Boys' department is an important branch of our business.
We don't run it as a "side issue." It gets the best of our
care and attention. t. ,
When you buy boys' clothing here, rest assured that, in
quality and 6tyle, it will be every bit ns good as our men's
apparel. That's promising a lot, but we don't consider any
compliment too great for our boys' clothing.
. Excecptional values in A
Boys' Suits and Overcoats
at S2.04T and S3.9.T.
rvr O . f) ira at 0
VThe House of
iih 'ii m aii
M a vxveiaTv, V WW t
Because nose rings,
(some time ago) wasp
Yv5ffi if Ylt waists, (in your mother s
J t iViSrJlO) tme) a pinch-stilt
i I S IT k 1 C shoes, (yesterday) disfig-
K y A V--M i A ured the woman beauti-
i HTtJv ful, they were done away
Common ''hygiene" shoes are not popular for the same
reason they disfigure the appearance of the feet.
The Gotzlan Health and Walk
Easy Shoe is not clumsy or
peculiar, but has graceful style,
while it protects the feet from
cold and, dampness, and is very
helpful in walking.
Style emphasis and
sanity. All leathers at your
;" dealers ask him.
C. Cotzba t v.
Ce., St. Paul
SiacslB&O STT'Il ft, aTA
Here Is a Walking Shoe
for women, which na. the
"oft a s cushion" sole,
and yet I. at light and grace
ful a shoe ran be made.
Ask lor Na C8V72.
"Glomt Your Step Thm Rising Inflection'
sign of good
Eastward from Chicago it is the only system
whose tracks are water-level. You can seep. -You
have the choice of two routes
Lake Shore New York Central
The Water-level Route
FROM LA SALLE STREET STATION. CHICAGO
Twentieth. Ceatary Uatisa Laka Sbert Limit
Leavei CHICAGO - 2.30 pm Leaves CHICAGO
Arrive NEW YORK 9.30am
Arrirei BOSTON - 11.50 am
Arrives BOSTON - -
And eight other good trains daily.
Michigan Central - New York Central
The Niagara Falls Route
FROM TWELFTH STREET STATION, CHICAGO
Faawas Ns. 10 '
Lesvet CHICAGO .
Arrirea BOSTON -
Michifsa Central Liautcd .
10.30 am Leaves CHICAGO - 5.00 pm"
1.49pm ArriveiNEW YORK 5.4S pm
3.40 pm Arrive! BOSTON -- - .30pm
And five other good trains daily.
All trains to New York arrive at '
GRAND CENTRAL STATION
The only railroad station in New York.
Trains to Boston arrive South Terminal Station. ,
Libmral itop-ovr priviUft at Niagara Falls
and othr point without txtra ehargm.
Tickets tss Slsepiaf Car JUceauMaatioas
sill be delivered, upoa request, by special rep
resentative,, who will lumish any information
3. S. VIIXEDIIAMM4,
Oeaeral Afsnt fasseajrer Department
13-4 KaruAiu htrret. Oniulia, Nrb.
PT FISTULA Pay Vhcn CURED
II ii fLiM V.1 AU kecWl U'seaaea cured without a turgical "jy
II 1 1" IvSj operation. No Chloroform, Ether or other gen-
11 11 LV HmJr eral anaasthetio used. CURE GUARANTEED (
Eto last a LIES T1NJE. tJTBxaaiiKATioii raar. I
WRITS FOR BOOK ON PILES AND RECTAL DISEASES WITH TESTIMONIALS ?
DR. C. It. TAaWY. t24 Mlldlr. , Omaha. Nebraska I
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