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THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 2S, lfllO.
u einmpe&aain)e B
t .Council Bluffs
NO ONE.. GETS OFFICE EASILY
W. F. Sapp Will Bun for Assessor
OPPOSITION ALSO FOR M'ANOEY
' W. A. Brocltle Files His Petition
for City Aodltor raae Mor
' rlaou Weald Re Coaa-
While W. r, Hardin win receive the
democratic renomlnatlon for city assessor
without any opposition, It la now practically
sure he will have a content 'on hla hands
when It comes to the election. The re
publican have decided not to let this office
go by default and after considerable
persuasion, It, wan aald last night that
W. F. Snpp would accept the republican
nomination for this office. Friends are now
securing the' hieesfcry names to his peti
tion of candldscjri which It Is stated will
be filed with the city1 aUdrtor this af ter
nofln or tomorrow morning.
Almost simultaneous with the announce
ment that,, the. republicans would not let
the election of cltyi assessor go by default,
came word that the democrats had found
a candidate .willing: 4o enter the race tot
city auditor a cat nut J. F. McAneney, the
present Incumbent of the office. Winifred
A. Brockle, a. railway mall cleric. Is the
man willing to enter the race and his peti
tion of candldncy was filed yesterday
afternoon with the city auditor.
Page Morrison, a former well known
member of the local newspaper fraternity,
and at present city salesman for a local
wholesale cigar house has cam his castor
Into the arena of Fourth ward politics and
filed his petition. yesterday afternoon as a
candidate for, the democratic nomination
for councilman from that bailiwick.
Friends are urging J. D. Johnson to file
as candidate for the republican nomination
for councilman in the Second ward and
last night it was stated he would likely
accede to their Importunities, although
when suggested as a candidate early In the
present campaign he announced that he
would not again seek political preferment.
Mr. Johnson, formerly1 represented the Sec
ond ward in the olty , council, and his
friends Insisted that the record made while
serving as councilman should warrant the
ward sending him back there.
BYEHI ' WILL HELP IW CASH
Attorney General . Sends Word to
County Attorney Hess said last evening
that Attorney General H. W. Byers had
in a eon versa 1 1 on over the telephone as
sured him he would be here next Monday
to assist In the prosecution of the case
against Frank Scott, alleged "ateorer" for
the Mabi-ay gang of "big store" swindlers,
charged with complicity In the fleecing of
John Hermelbrecht, a farmer of Bancroft,
Neb., who dropped $8,000 on a fake horsa
race In this city In April, 1906.
Today Judge Green will have before him
the matter of the suit brought by protest
ing property owners to restrain the super
visors of Pottawattamie county from con
structing the proposed Nlshnabotna drain
age ditch, the contract for which has been
let to William Luna of Karian.
Attorney Frank Shlnn of Carson, who
represents the original objecting land own
ers, will be assisted by George W. Cullison,
who has been engaged by the property
owner affected in the vicinity of Avoca.
The proceedings against the dltoh are em
bodied in . two actions, one In certiorari
and ' the other an ' injunction proceeding,
This was decided upon by the objecting
property owners In order that an appeal
I which it la expected will be taken to the
supaeme court of the state, may result In
a determination of the real Issues involved,
regardless of technical questions as to the
form of procedure which might arise. It
Is expected that the hearing will occupy
. Deadly Frig-tit
possess ea sufferers from lung trouble till
they learn Dr. King's New Discovery will
help them. Mo and L For sale by Beaton
Licenses to wed. were issued Wednesday
to the following:
Name and Residence, Ago.
Koy jr. IX) wry, Council Bluffs 0
jviaais u. sillier, council Bluffs 15
Frank Heatley, Honey Creek, la K
Millie M. McKeown, Honey Creek, la,. ..13
William Arp, Council Bluffs 42
Maggie ChappUear, Council Bluffs 16
J. A. Moomey, Mayflower, Neb 23
Otllle Wiedemann, Pender. Neb 80
Cured by Lydia E. Pink
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Baltimore, lid. "For four years
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gone feeling In my
stomach. I had
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ever being well
when I began to
take Lydia E. link,
I felt as though
new life had hm
given me, ana l am recommending it
to all my friends." -Mrs. W. S. foiuv
2207 W. Franklin St., Ualtimore, Md.
The most successful remedy in this
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female complaints is Lydia E. link,
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any other female remedy. It has cured
thousands of women who have been
troubled with displacements, inflam
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regularities, periodio pains, backache,
, that bearing-down feeling, flatulency,
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after all other means had failed,
i If you are suffering from any of thesa
ailments, don't give up hope until you
nave given Lydia E. iHnkham'a Vege
ablrt Compound a triaL
Li von would like Rrxvlnl nriirlrvt
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Tae Oeuotl Blwffs Offloe ef to
Omaha Bee h it II lee .
CORKIGAKS. undertakers. 'Phone 148.
For rent, modern house. 728 6th avenue.
FAUST BEER AT ROGERS' BUFFET.
Wood ring Undertaking company. Tel. 39.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director, 'Phone IT.
Balrd Boland. undertakers. 'Phone 122.
Dr. Sidney H. Smith, 21 29 13' way. 'Phones
When you want reliable want ad adver
tising, use The Bee. ' ,
Diamonds special prlres this . month at
Leftert's new store, G0 Broadway,
Bishop Williams of Omaha will preach
Sunday morning at St. Paul's Episcopal
The Pocahontas card club will meet this
afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. F. Rain.
644 Mill street. '
Lily Camp Aid society wll! meet this
afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. E. Ut
terback. 300 South Twenty-third street.
Conrad hive. Ladies of the Macafbees
will meet this evening In regular session.
Fo. lowing the Initiation of candidates re
freshments will be served.
The Ladles' Aid society of the Fifth
Avenue Methodist church will meet this
afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. L,
Henry, 1700 Second avenue.
The Ladles' AM
Methodist church will meet this afternoon
i me nome or Mrs. Angstead, Twenty
second street and Avenue C.
Council Bluffs Indire Independent HM.r
of .Odd Fellows, will meet this evening In
regular session. All members of the degree
staff ftre requested to be present.
Arthur Harrlnirtnn hna rt,,rn,i ffnm
Minneapolis, where he was called by the
serious Illness of his son, Edward. Mrs.
Harrington will remain with her son in
Minneapolis for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. SDau'dlns. the Ml
Hazel and Helen Morrow and Chris Pet
erson went to Coin, la., yesterday to at
tend the wedding of Mrs. Kpauldlng's
niece. Miss Hazel Runyon and Charles
CRESTON Josenh Baker and Miss Kath-
erlne Britten, the daughter of a prominent
Adams county farmer were united In mar
riage today by Rev. Father Dennis, at the
Church of the Immarulnte Conception in
this city yesterdny morning.
The Lutheran Young Peoole's lenirue wilt
meet this evening at 8 o'clock at the Swed
ish Lutheran church and will be addressed
by Rev. J. V. 8. Carlson of Omaha. At 6
o'clock the women of the church will serve
supper In the basement of the building.
CRESTON The Comet theater of this
place has chang-ed hands and this time
the management is assumed by H. 8.
Tucker of Pueblo, Colo., who succeeds C.
S. Pyle. Mr. Pyle was obliged on account
of 111 health to seek a different climate
and removed to Texas..
Justice E. B. Gardiner officiated at the
marrlRge ceremony yesterday for William
Arp and Maggie Chappllea. both of this
city; J. A. Mooney of Mayflower, Neb.,
and Otllle Wiedemann of Pender, Neb.,
and Frank Heat'ey and Millie McKeown,
both of Honey Creek, la.
Walter F. Bryan of Dow Cltv. Ta.. owner
of a threshing outfit, filed yesterday in
tne reoerai court a voluntary petition In
bankruptcy. He schedules llabllitiea aggre
gating )2.690 and lists assets said to be
worth $2,118. of which only $50 worth of
clothing Is claimed as exempt.
MUSCATINE Muscatine Is to build
eight miles of good roads, as an endorse
ment of Governor Carroll's plan for good
roads convention. Two big meetings of
business men and farmers will . be held
next month, when the King Drag man
will be present and address the meeting.
CRESTON An Adams county farmer,
Ed. Nell'., lost five head of cattle last week
by smothering. The animals were feeding
at a straw stack that had been eaten
out underneath, until it became top heavy,
and collapsed, with the anlrr-als under
neath, it. Before they could ,je rescued,
all of them were dead. ' -
CRESTON Friends here have received
word of the death of W. O. Hollbaugh. a
Union county man, who only a little more
than a week ago moved' from this vicinity
to Eddy, Okl. He had resided near Shan
non City for the last forty years and was
54 years of age. His death Is thought
to nave resulted rrom pneumonia.
Mrs. Gertrude Smith arrested under an
Indictment charging her with maintaining
Illicit relations with one Veto Bavarra.
was released yetserday from the county
Jail on a bond In the sum of $400. On ap
llcatlon of her attorney the court yesterday
reducted the bond to $400 from $700, the
amount fixed at 'the time the Indictment
CRESTON The sudden and unexpected
death of little Murle: Margaret Mather,
granddaughter of Ex-Mayor F. J. Taylor
of this city, occurred yesterday at the
family home. The little girl had been
ill only since Sunday night and at first
was not considered seriously 111 at all. She
was but years of age and a most win
some little miss.
Rev. Mr. Norrls of Portal, Can., who has
Deen conducting a series or meetings in
this city for the Brethren, a religious so
ciety, with rooms In the Everett block on
Pearl street, left yesterday for Gothenburg.
Neb., where he will conduct a series of
meetings. While In Council Bluffs Rev.
Mr. Norrls was a guest of Mr. and Mrs.
A. T. Fllcklnger.
MAXWELL After lying unconscious for
even days, following a fractured skull
aa the result of a kick from a colt, the
lltt'.e son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wheelock
has recovered consciousness. Two surgical
operations had been performed on the 'boy,
but neither one rendered him conscious,
and only after a week had gone by did the
little fellow revive.
We sound no false alarms when we say
that we do the best dry cleaning dyeing
and pressing work In Council Bluffs. We
know we can do It. Send us your clothes
and let us show you. Many things come up
in me course oi orainary housekeeping that
need cleaning or dyeing. Send them to us.
We will treat you right. We want your
business Bluff City Laundry Dry Cleaning
and Dye Works. Phones 814, 22-24-28 N.
The Young Men's Christian association
basket ball team left yesterday for Tarklo,
Mo., where It was to nlav the college team
of that town last evening. From there
ine team will go to College Springs, la,
where It will play the Amity college team
this afternoon. The team, which s In a
somewhat crippled condition owing to Ill
ness among the star players, lnoluded
Fonda, Naxh. Don Kynett, Mortenson and
Murphy. Physical Director Pierson ac
companied the team.
CRESTON The city council last nlht
granted the contract for nearly two miles
of paving with macadam mostly in the
resilience ponion ot trie city. The con
tract waa awarded Hamilton & Schwartz
of Shenandoah, the firm who have been
doing much of the work over the western
part of the state, they having submitted
the lowest bid, $11 per square yard. The
curbing contract was let to the Two Mir
acles, a concrete corporation of Minne
apolis, Minn., at 34H cents per foot. These
are said to be the lowest bids ever re
ceived by the city for street Improvements.
The work Is to be finished between April
1 and October I.
Ileal Estate Transfers.
Theso transfers were reported to The
Bee January 24 by the Pottawattamie
County Abstract company of Council
J. H. Mitchell and wife to Charles
Cravens, part wV nw4 18-7S-43, w. d $ 7.600
N. S. Uenung. referee, to T. 8. Kir-
gore. se4 36-74-41. ref. d 17,900
John F. Garner and wife to J. H.
Mitchell, part- nw4 16-75-43.
q- o. d 1
Lemp Brewing Co. to S. J. H. Boy-
sen, lot t. block 3. Hughes at Don
iphan s add. Council Bluffs, w. d..
Warren V. Durkes and wife to
Charles E. Williams, lots 1 to U,
block 20. Railroad add. Council
Bluffs, w. d
F. T. True and wife to Mrs. L. E.
Williams, lots 1 to It. block t. Rail
road add. Council Bluffs, w. d
Six transfers, total $21,90
Mayor does vtltk Yeosaen.
The meeting of the committee of the
whole of the city counoll called for last
evening to consider the proposition made
by the Omaha 4s Council Bluffs Street
Railway company relative to extensions
and other matters was postponed until
this evening, owing to the fact that Mayor
Maloney had to go to Sioux City. The
committee of the whole will meet this
wenlng prior to the session of ths e'.tr
council. Mayor Maloney accompanied a
delegation from the local lodge ot the
Brotherhood of American Teomen which
went to Sioux City yesterday afternoon
to attend the Installation of a large class
of candidate In that city last evening.
In the delegation from here. In addition
to Mayer Maloney, were L. A. Andrus,
district attorney, and wife; J. N. Casady,
Jr.; Dr. M. ' E. O'Keefe and Mr. Rise
Young Man Turns
Erneit Price Tries to Hold Up Charles
Hancock and Gets Nothing- for
Ernest Price, who was not long ago taken
In charge In a half conscious condition
from drinking alcohol, was arrested last
night as he was waiting for a late Rock
Island train to get out of town, following
a holdup of Charles Hancock, cook In a
Sjfh llf.n restaurant.
Price, using a rusty old rim fire 22 cali
ber revolver, succeeded In making Han
cock hold up his hands, but as Hancock
had neither watch or money, Price waa
little better off for his job. He was
easily located a short time later.
FIVE PAPERS I GET TUBS WORK
Proceedings of County Board Will Bo
The proceedings of the Board of Super
visors of Pottawattamie county win hence
forth be published In five papers of the
county Instead of three, as heretofore. In
view of the fact that there were two
county seats In Pottawattamie county, the
board yesterday, after listening to argu
attorneys representing the pa-k
pers seeking the contract, decided that the
county was entitled to publish Its pro
ceedings In five official papers Instead
of in only three, as has heretofore been
Inasmuch as only five papers had entered
applications to be designated as ths offi
cial publications, this did away with any
contest and the board awarded the con
tract to the following five publications:
The Council Bluffs Nonpareil, the Council
Bluffs Weekly Times, the Neola Reporter,
the Avoca Journal and the Oakland Acorn.
They will each receive tS cents per square
for publishing the official proceedings of
The Frele Presse, a German publication
Issued In this city, will alto publish the
proceedings at 25 cents a square.
As a result of this new construction of
the law regulating the number of official
papers, the county will pay two-thirds
more than heretofore for publication of
Its official proceedings. The contract with
these papers provides that the proceedings
of the board must be published within
So many attorneys were Interested In
the proceedings before the board relative
to awarding this contract for the publi
cation of Its official business that Judge
Thomell was . compelled to order a recess
of district court while the lawyers ap
peared before the supervisors on behalf
of the respective clients. . .
After disposing of this matter and at
tending to some routine business the board
adjourned until February S, but will meet
with the supervisors of Harrison county
In Joint session as a drainage board on
NOTARIAL REAL WAS . LACKING
Young; Couple from Little Blonx Fail
t to Get Married.
Bert King . and Reta Riley, a young
couple from Little Sioux, appeared at the
office of the clerk of the district court
yesterday morning and made application
for a marriage license. The bride-to-be
was but 17 years of age, but the couple
had taken the precaution to bring with
them the written consent of the young
woman's parents and they anticipated no
trouble In obtaining the license which
would authorize the ceremony. When Dep
uty Roy Hardesty asked the usual ques
tions regarding the age and other qualifi
cations of the applicants for the marriage
license young King produced the document
Dearing ine signatures of the young
womun's parents. The eagle eye of Dep
uty Hardesty, however, at once perceived
that the consent lacked the acknowledge
ment of a notary public and he declined
under the circumstances to Issue the
license. The young couple was thoroughly
disappointed and showed It as they left
the court house after stating they would
return home and have the defect remedied.
Ioira News Notes.
uini,nruni-m announcement was
made today of the sale of the Mo lne
wagon company to Deere & Co. of Moline
The deal involves over $1,000,000.
ULBWWOOD-At the annual meeting of
ine uienwooa vJO.Timercia. club, the follow
ing officers were- elected for 1910: Pres
ident, J. M. Donelan; vice president, H. 8.
Fleming; secretary, W. R. Bruce; treat-
ULUNWOUO- statistics complied by
Clerk Davis show that marriages in Mill.
county decreased during 190ft, and that, for
ma aura iibi,d mourns divorces increased,
the ratio being about four marriages to
ubEN wood The American Fruit and
rouury magasine is a new monthly publi
cation at Glenwood. It Is an outrrowth
of the fact that Glenwood Is the leading
app e ana poum-y aismct in western Iowa.
W. E. Broad field la the publisher.
LOGAN Roy Vanderpool was given an
Indeterminate sentence of five years after
pleading guilty to the charge of larceny
by embezzlement. Herbert Cress was
given tnree years in tlis reformatory as
a result of being convicted the fourth
time for larceny.
GLENWOOD United States Marshal
Groneweg of Council Bluffs took Charles
Smith, the alleged Illicit liquor retailer,
serving a fifteen-day sentence for carry
ing on his business on Uenwood's streets,
to Council Bluffs today to tell his story to
the United States grand Jury there.
NEVADA Wednesday evening at Castle
hall the annual district Knights of Pyth
ias convention of the Nineteenth district of
Iowa, will be held. William Crowe, Jr.,
of Boone, D. D. G. C, has Issued a call
for the convention. A number of prom
inent Pylhlans will be present.
BUXTON Fire early this morning
which destroyed a negro boarding house
burned to death Ned Johnson, a negro
miner. When the fire was discovered It
was presumed that the house waa empty.
There la a rumor that the fire waa of In
cendiary origin. Coroner J. C. Barrlnger
MANLT The Farmers' State bank,
with a capital stock of $10,000, was or
ganised at a meeting of farmers living
near Manly yesterday. The following
were the directors elected: William Wat
ers. Jess Molsberry, F. J. Cerny, D. E.
McKercher, Andrew Pltsenberger, D. B
Logemann, H. A. Danclltf, W. R. Fleming
and H. H. Bchulte. Mr. McKercher la to
MAR8HALLTOWN The old Bethel
Grove church near Llaconib, Marshall
county, which Is the oldest church build
ing In the county, and probably one of
the oldest In central Iowa, was sold at
public auction today. The church was
built In li&l by the Christiana of Disci
ples. It antedates any of the other
churches of the county by six years. The
congregation has used It continuously till
a few months ago, when the membership
had dwindled tq. so few that the church
organisation waa disbanded.
ONAWA The stockholders of the Mo
nona County Fair association held a meet
ing here today and elected officers for
the following year. M. U. Pullea wa
elected president. 8. A. Howard vice presi
dent, Henry Harlow second vice president.
C. H. Bradbury treasurer. A. W. Bursts
secretary. John Sundherg. F. L. Walksr
and George Holbrook were elected direc
tors for a three-year term. The dates of
the fair have not been set pending the
dates to be secured In the northweot raoe
MARSHALLTOWN Judga J. M Parker
this afternoon took from the )nrr and
directed a verdict for the plaintiff In the
IW.nn damage suit brought bv Mrs. Ina
Wallace against the Iowa Central RaOoad
company. The case was begun last week.
The court's decision waa based on ths
statute of limitation, th suit having not
been begun until a little more than two
years after the accidental death of Wall
ace, and because of Insufficient evidence.
Wallace, who was a switchman In the
local yards, was killed In March. 1907.
ACKLEY John C. Lusch, president of
the First National bank of Arkley and
one of the pioneer business men of this
place, died at his home here yesterday
afternoon of cancer of the liver. Mr.
Lusch was one of the early lumber and
grain merchants of Waterloo, coming from
that city to Ackley In 18. With his
brother, Adolphus T. Lusch, now president
of the Trust snd Savings bank, of Du
buque, he founded and named the town of
Relnbeck In Grundy county giving It the
name of his birthplace, JRetnbeck, Ger
many. He was 71 years it age and waa
never marriea. . v
Brief Filed by
Lovett in Union,
Attorney General Will Go Over it and
Make Becommendationi to,
WASHINGTON. Jan. r.-Preeldent Taft.
It Is expected, will soon be In a position to
announce whether the government suit
to dissolve the merger of the Union Paclflo
and Southern Pacific ' railroads is to be
continued by the Department of Justice or
to be ArnnnmA
Attnrn.v , ,.,. J ,
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" v uiiw ui me ae-
fendanls, containing arguments why the
suit should be dismissed. They follow the
oral representations made by Judge TL S.
Lovett and other officials of the allied
Harrlman roads and their counsel before
President Taft, the atlurney general and
other officers of the government at the
White House several weeks ago.
The railroad Interests contend that the
government cannot win the suit on the
Issues presented and for this reason, among
others, they urge that further proceedings
be dropped. It Is arvued that the two
railroad lines are not competitors within
the meaning of the statute. The suit to
dissolve waa brought by the government
under the Sherman anti-trust law.
Mr. Wlckeisham Is to prepare a
nemcrardum for the president aivlng hla
views on the representations. He will go
over them with Frank B. Kellogg and
C. A. Severance, who has represented the
administration In the litigation, before
reaching a decision.
to Land1 Taxes
MUSKOGEE, Okl., Janl 27. A suit in
volving 26,000 Cherokee Indians and over
1,000,000 aores of land was Jflied In the fed
eral court here yesterday.' " w
It seeks permanently to enjoin the state
from enforcing the collection of taxes on
adult Indian homesteads and J.ha lands of
more than half-blood mlnorw 6f the Chero
kee nation. Fourteen counties are Involved,
Judge Campbell grained, a temporary in
junction, i . l '
The suit Is based on a treaty exempting
inaian lands rrom taxation for twenty
one sears and on the state constitution,
which provides that Indian treaties shall
not be violated.
TIBER RISES FORTY FEET
Heavy Dsnage is Reported at Rome
ROME, Jan. 27. The weather has been
stormy throughout Italy for several days,
causing considerable damage. The Tiber
rose forty feet, flooding the country, while
many trees and walls were blown down and
a number ot persons were Injured. Along
the Mediterranean coast the damage la bven
more serious. Several boats were driven
ashore, while the steamer Admiral, having
on board the duke and duchess of Con
naught, has been delayed two . days at
Naples, owing to the hurricane. In the
south there has been serious floods and
numerous earth shocks.
VENICE, Jan. 27. The report that Venice
had been swept by a tidal wave Is entirely
without foundation. Venice has been very
little affected by the storms which have
done so much damage elsewhere.
BILBOA, Spain, Jan. 27. Eleven men
were drowned when a fishing boat was
wrecked on the coast ' In the storm. A
fierce gale Is raging about San Sebastian.
All the mountain streams are greatly
swollen and many houses have been In
undated. EIGHT WILES 0F TRACK GONE
San Pedro Line Will Be Out of Trans
continental Business att Least
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Jan., 27. That he
San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake Rail
road company will be out 1 of the trans
continental Duriness at least a year was
announced today by officials of that sys
tem following the completion of an in
ventlgation as to the recent flood damage
along the right-of-way. It waa found that
eight miles of track had been washed out
In Nevada. Surveying parties are now
looking for a new route for the read, and
If a suitable one be found the line will be
rebuilt almost in Its entirety throughout
the Silver state; otherwlsa the pressnt
right-of-way will be retained and . Im
proved. New Company nt Blair. '
BLAIR, Neb., Jan. 27.- (Special. )-Ad-Jutant
General Hartlgan of Lincoln ar
rived in Blair yesterday afternoon and
last evening mustered Into service a com
pany of National Guarda with a full mem
bership of fifty-eight men. The forming
of the company had been under agitation
for about three weeks and last week Post
master W. J. Cook received a special order
authorizing him to organise the company.
For the present the headquarters will be
In the assembly room of the Gaydon Com
mercial college and their accouterment
rooms will be In the Gutschow block.
Fully one-half of the members have at
some time been under Instructions In
military tactics In college or high school
cadet work. The election of officers was
somewhat spirited In the contest and re
sulted as follows: Captain, Charles E.
Gaydon; first lieutenant, Bernard J. Hal
ler; second lieutenant, Paul M. Kelley.
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Chance for Western Town to Get the
Meeting of Governors for
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. 27. (Special Telegrom.)
"Some western city should get busy to
secure the next conference of governors,"
said Governor Shallenberger, who, with
Mrs. Shallenberger, arrived last night from
the east after his visit to Washington.
"The chances are excellent to get the
meeting either In Illinois or Nebraska,"
the governor continued, "slnco It was the
opinion that the next session should be
held at some point not so close to the
political center of the nation, where every
Interest with which the governors have to
do has an able representative. I see no
reason why a Nebraska city should not be
selected, though Illinois will doubtless put
up a strong fight for the meeting. .
'The governors took no decided action on
the water power resolution Introduced by
Governor Shafroth ot Colorado Intended to
give to the separate states 'ths benefit ot
Income from watfr power sites. Governor
Hughes suggested that, the next meeting
should take a definite stand on this proposi
tion and I believe It .will be done."
When Informed that Mayor Dahlman had
filed for governor and that W. H. Thomp
son would run and C. O. Whedon had an
nounced his candidacy for United State
senator the governor had no comment to
"I had expected the field to be full," was
all he said.
Iaterarbaa After Franchise.
FREMONT, Neb., Jan. IT. (Special.) At
the regular meeting of the city council last
evening a petition was presented by ths
Nebraska Transportation company, the or
ganisation which expects to build an Inter
urban line between Omaha and Fremont,
for a franchise. The proposed line will
enter the city on Third street, running west
to H street, thence north on H ' street to
Military avenue and thence west on Mill-
e mm m e m d s
"It is the greatest tonic for
general debility' says Louis H,
Eaton of Zancsville, Ohio. He be
lieves that Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey taken as directed is a
proper medicine for all
He writes: "You are at liberty to publish any and all
tatetnentg made by me In regard to the medicinal virtue
of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. I will promptly answer all
who may write me concerning: my sickness "and the bene
ficial effects of your medicine for my stomach tils. In a
word. I most heartily and conscientiously recommend your
Whiskey. It Is the elixir of life.
"I do not recommend any Intoxicating liquor as a bev
erage, It Is a curse to the country, but taken In a right mfn
. ner, a rood, pure whiskey Is certainly a proper medicine,
and I believe Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Is one of the best
that money can buy. It Is a treat tonic for general de
bility." LOUIS H. EATON, 639 Chestnut 8L, Zanesvllle, O.
Ministers of the gospel, doctors ot medicine, nurses and
people everywhere unite In commending Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey, the only perfect tonic stimulant, the one true
medicinal whiskey. It has brought health and happiness
to thousands of homes during the past fllty years. It Is
recognised and used aa a family medicine everywhere.'.
Pur : Matt
and tonic stimulants known to medicine. It strengthens and fortifies th
dangerous germs ind assists In building
delicate women and sickly children.
Department, The Duffy Malt Whdskey
and young, who have been cured and
tary avenue to the city limits, with a branch
up Park avenue to the city park, the road
to be operated by electricity or other power
than steam locomotive and the fare within
the city limits to be 6 cents. The matter
was referred to a special committee ot the
council and the city attorney. There seems
to be the opinion among many here that
some provisions should be inserted In the
ordinance by which sooner or later the
company should pay the city something for
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is pleasant
to lake. Children like It.
SERIES OF MAIL AND
Two Employes of Union Pacific Are
Arrested at Cheyenne by
CHEYENNE, Wyo., Jan. 27. Union Pa
eiflo detectives claim to have unearthed
a long ssrles of robberies of baggage ex
press and United States mall here. ' C. K.
Olson, a baggage man and L. H. Sample,
an expressman, are under arrest, and
other employes are held pending an Investi
gation by postofflce Inspectors.
FEW DOSES END BLADDER MISERY
AND MAKE THE KIDNEYS ACT FINE
Out-of-order Kidney i are regulated
and the most severe Backache
Usually sufferers from backache, blad
der trouble or out-of-order kidneys feel
relieved after several doses of Pape's
Misery In the back, side or loins, sick
headache, Inflamed or swollen eyelids,
nervousness, . rheumatism and darting
pains, heart palpitations, dlsslneas, sleep
lessness, listless, worn-out feeling, and
other symptoms of Inactive, sluggish kid
neys simply vanish.
' Uncontrollable urination (especially at
nlgbt) smarting, discolored water and all
Bladder misery ends.
Feeling miserable and worried la need
Uts because this unusual preparation
goes at one to the out-of-order Kid
neys and Bladder, distributing Its cleans
ing, healing and vitalising Influence di
up the weakened tissues in a gradual
GRAND JURY AT LINCOLN
LOOKING INTO PRICE PACT
Member of Wholesale Grocery Firm
Called Before Body to Give
LINCOLN, Jan. S7.-From' the fact that
A. K. Hargreaves was one of the wit
nesses before the grand jury yesterday, It
Is generally believed that that body Is sti
ff aged in making an Investigation Into the
workings of the alleged meat trust. In a
recently published article Mr. . Hargreaves
made the assertion that four local represen
tatives of the big packing houses have a
close working agreement; that the prices
made by each of them are absolutely the
same at all times and that a dealer whose
credit Is not good with one of them can
not purchase from any of the others.
It Is alleged that a dealer who does not
pay up his account promptly at his end of
the week Is not only barred from further
credit from the house with which he has
been dealing, but that an order placed
with either of the other houses will not
be filled. It Is further charged that there
Is absolutely no competition In the matter
of prices. Mr. Hargreaves Is a wholesale
rectly upon the organ and glands af
fected, and completes the curs before yott
realise It- The mom am you suspect any
Kidney or Urinary derangement, or feel
rheumatic pains, begin taking this harm
less medicine, with tho knowledge that
there Is no other remedy, at any price,
mads anywhere else In ths world, which
will . effect so thorough atod prompt a
cure as a fifty-cent treatment of Pape's
Diuretic, which any druggist can supply.
Tour physician, pharmacist, banker or
any mercantile agenoy will tell you that
Paps, Thompson Pape, of Cincinnati.
Is a large and responsible medicine con
cern, thoroughly worthy of your confi
dence. Only euratlve results can coma from
taking Papa's Diuretic, and a few days'
treatment will make any one feel fine.
' Accept only Pape's Dluretlp, fifty-cent
treatment from any drug store any
where la ths worl
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