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APRIL 8. 1910.
vrs'jrriSsottfo' WANTS NOMINATION
S Rnvo'Tlnfliinrf
'Do von know nbout our
suits, with two pairs of
.knickerbockers? Great idea
S ;that; makes every suit last
: just twice as long as it other-
f wisa "; would Tw o pairs
knickers with ever jacket.
S ; . AVe have them in splendid
-.variety of patterns and fab
a .ri?s. Coats are made plain or
3 pleated,, -with full cut knick-
ers Prices are
55, $7.50, $10 and up
Write for new catalogue just
Tit Y00H0
1518-1520 FAHNAM ST.
dale fm the eont-ldei atlnn of the commit
tee's recommendation of the W.000 to ex
tend the committee' work and asked to
lmti the. matter taken up Monday, to
which reuunt Mr. Lodse acceded.
The subject then went over till Monday.
niaho of ' thidren involved
fait of Jail Tiebnalt In
r federal Court.
The case, of Julia l.amere 'fiehault against
the l'niU-4 States, Involving the heirship
right of .adopted Indian children Ik the
next case set for trial before Judue W. H.
Munger l't the I'nlled Stairs dlstrirt court.
The government contends that the al
leged adopted heirs hnve no heirship righlR,
a they were not adopted under the state
laws, and for the further reason that the
adopted children were not Wood relations
of their ,irtoptrd parent, a Winnebago In
dian. The government also holds that
moh adoptions nre only another way of
allenatlnx rpi oprrty to nonrelatlona and Is
In violation of the laws governing the
admlnlHtrarlon of property affairs of the
Wlnnrhatro.' Indians.
The plB'u'ilfls hold thit the adoption Is
legal arid that tlicy tiro entitled to all
the lisjht !of uth; i- h-:i. i-'-RarrtU-Hu of
blotd teliit" ' -li r-
Inlr... . .. iliis, .
LOU A X. la , April T.-iSpi rial. ) Messrs.
I'alry anil Alilier. intci urhan promoters and
builders of'l'i-s Moines, met with business
men of ijttle Sioux, Magnolia, l.ogan and
Be ebectown' here yesterday, at which time
stock subscription, nature and construction
of the proposed line, methods of transacting
ijuslnesa, likewise aitlcle o tncorporalluii,
Here discussed.
The proirotits said they were working '.n
good (4th -and that when the required
amoun'-fcSO.CO stock subscript Ion had been
aubscrlbadwn the electrical Interurban iia
now proponed between Omaha and hlotix
City construction would begin, (unds now
being avallab'e for the construction and
euipmettt of the road.
According to a resoli-tiem submitted and
carried at-the afternoon session, the Com
mercial Club of Logan, through a commit
tee, will ''lake chaise of Mock subscrip
tion here''
ThereXart some wrongs in the
K bcok of Fete
That" human lavot cannot
There are some crimes so black
end base
That Cod Himself cannot erase.
rt. highest, la-.r, in my opinion, is
Ltn-e. Its children aro charity,
sympathy and foryiverefs. It tern
pen justice and hold high the lan
tern of (llope. But proper statute laws
could quietly modify and eventually eradi
cate nuny wrongs. Hie first is ignorance,
tl the laira oovernina the ruimsn bodv.
liy our lc!w modesty ot false notions we
Vesjpof, cartain organs in a shnnir-taced
mnriicr. A a result,
children, e a p ecially
daughter , ara
brought up in ipnor
nnce of uuturul Jaws.
I would have the
anatcrr.y of the hiv
Biun body illustrated
in every j'.irticulnr on
L'sckbonrda' b fora
every child in our
public schools. I
.ni as ireciy aisci:sra ana Under
f.jDi i the lianus or icet. It is the
tnysi,Tiot:a, t':i-.t excite passion. It is
tj novelty ad the uncertainty that lead
-n M'.ray. I ou!d have every man
r.a- i.'.cdnal elimination before mar-:a-e.
( I would prohibit wedlock to every
tenn.Ar r.otunn who wa afflicted with
any .disettfa that could be transmitted.
1 urUirr, I would not permit a pure worn
aa to enter iato wedlock with a roue or
a nun with libertine proclivities.
Ihroujjh false modesty men and women
jften disregard the calls of Nature; their
bowel become clogged and their systems
roisor.ej. Children are allowed to go to
achnof and sit all day. without a move-rn?nt-ef
the bowels, which deadens the
intellect and undermines the constitution.
would, make it the duty of every teach
er to sr that the child's bowels are
tnoviij diii'yt for the further I investi
gate the cause of disease the more
ccnrii)l I am that constipation is the
c:uio of more ailments, of more suffer
in j, of more Crimea, of more poverty, of
r.-.sre unhar-iuca than all other causea
combined. It ia the mother of Pyspcp
tla, Imlintstien, Bilioutnesa, IJver Ail
rienls, .It'wodltnpuritleB, Heart Affections,
r.heumatism d4 Kidney Afflictiotia. I
a n re-civing hundred of letter from
people who have been
ri:red cr benefited br
t!ie of Munyon'f F' 1
j -w !l xxativa ev A
I'tils. These little f
at- r-coatcd pills are J , ,
tnlil.e any other 1 1
c.ilurtie that has N..,
1 !:cy act so gently,
J:t ro etleciivelv.
. that thty a mats even the moat sceptical.
. They tcim to coax the liver Into activity.
IhoTi tart the aecretiona of the stomach
end bowels, so that all the food received
r into' tho atomach is readily digested1.
'J hey enable the bowels to extract all
the nji:rihment from the food, sending
cut tvid, rich, red blood into the system,
and then in a uctural way evacuato the
1 bovrel, keeping the atomach aud
. the intestinea wholesome and sanit xry.
I w;nt every dyspeptic, every person
, vo;-..r,era i't"h iin!iestion, cr any liver
, t !ir.-rit, all those ho have pimples or
f '..;n eruptions, who have sallow corr.t.ex
. ij.n, w!io are troubled with diziines or
i-alipatiou, to try these Lit! Paw Fawr
They are sold in all drug store in tw
. eVt. tea pill for 10 els., or 4ft rills for
. tit: XUVi'JX.
- -iii'tia'nin I, J
ALL kiwdb or BOTr I1TI
Shrincrs Going
South Pay Visit
to Temple Here
Over Hundred Nobles from Pacifie
Northwest, Traveling De Luxe,
Pay Visit to Omaha.
Over 1U0 nobles of the 1'aciflo Northwest
temples of the Order of the Mystic Shrine
and their women frlendu, accompanied by
a bund of twenty pieces were the guests
of tho nobles of the Omaha Tangier temple
yesterday. The party Is en route to the
convocation of the Imperial council, which
meets at New Orleans. The visitors, who
traveled by special train on the Great
Northern line, were met at the Burlington
dtpot by a numerous representation of the
Tangier temple, which Included the follow
ing members of the reception committee
M. A. Hall, chairman; George West, Carl
10. Herring, B. F. Thomas, Allen B. Fal
coner, George H. Brewer and George D
Meik.ejohn, as well aa Past Potentates
Colonel Akin and George Powell. Illus
trious Potentate H. G. McGilton went to
Lincoln to meet the party. It had been
airnng d that an add'-e-'s of welcome should
be delivered at the depot by Dean Beecher,
but as the special was so late In arrival,
this part of the program was omitted
and the Omaha Shrinera and their guests
wer? conveyed by special cara to the Or
pheum, which constituted the first portion
of the entertainment program. After the
performance supper was served at the
Home and was followed by music and
spcecht by the of Tangier temple
and visiting members of the order. Tho
ylsitora, continued their pilgrimage south
at' 2 o'clock this morning-.
The party is under ths leadership of II,
lustrious Potentate Kills Lewis Garretson
of Afifl temple, Tacoma, Wash., and Noble
William Fink, who Is charge of the train
from Tacoma to New Orleans. The train
is composed entirely of new cara Just out
of the factory, equipped especially (or the
trip and permanently named for the temples
of tho northwest. The party Is traveling
de luxe, as the train isx modern In every
essential of Its equipment, being supplied
with piano players and having Immediate
telephone connection with every station.
A car load of apples, for distribution at
New Orleans, shows that the nobles have
an eye to the boosting of the fruit Industry
of the northwest.
Missing; Machine lacd for Joy Hide
and Left stranded (or Auto
Man lo Kla.
George H. Lee, president of the George 11.
Lee company, 1115-17 Harney atreet, reported
to the police last night that he had re
covered his automobile, which some one
took for a Joy ide last Thursday night. Mr.
I.ce went to the BrandIs theater and when
he came out after the performance ho found
that the machine had vanished from Its
location opposite the theater. He heard no
more of It until yesterday, when a friend,
happening to call at Smith's garage. Twenty-second
aud Farnam Sireets, noticed that
an automobile there bore the number of
the missing car. Mr. Lee had no difficulty
in Identifying his properly and he then
learned that Thursday night the garage
received a telephone message asking a man
to be sent out to South Tenth street as a
machine had broken down. A man was
sent and found the automobile, but no one
wae at the place. The gasoline had run
out. The machine has been In the garage
Alex McKeon of Hapld City Kecretly
Married Raster Day to Miss
Brrner ot Ueadwood.
DEADWOOD, S. I)., April 7.-(Special
Telegram.)-Vlth the arrival here today
of Alex McKeon of Rapid City, It leaked
out that he had secretly married Miss Mil
dred Bemer, a well known society girl
here, n Kaster day, a license having been
taken out In another county and Rev. Hugh
Hay having married them here at the Meth
odis parsonage. Mr. McKeon formerly was
employed here for A. G. Bemer, the bride
father, who first' learned .of the wedding
today. The young peopl w.nt to Rapid
City tonight.
111 ! Lower Hons Provides f.S
Levy Vpoa Anyone Owning
Faalty Timepiece.
WASHINGTON. April 7.-Mmber ot
congres do not Intend to mis their en
gagement because o( (sulty clonks ex
posed In public places In the District of
Mr. Coudrey of .Klisaoarl today Intro
duced In the houaa -a bill -Imposing; a (In
of $2 upon any person owning such a
clock that I not kept running or I found
to be (wo minute off the right time.
A Horrible Death
reiults from decaying lung. Cure cough
and weak, sore lung with Dr. King Nn
Dibcovery. 0o and $1(0. For by Res
ton Drug Co. "
Persistent advertialng la the road to R'g
J 1
V-vrVN fl 7 V
i Former Governor of Iowa Makei Aa-
noancement of Candidacy.
lie Bays Attempt to Itlarrrdlt Hepn-
Ilea Senator at Home Should
Re Kffeetlvelv
DE8 MOINES, April 7.-Speclal.)-Gov-
ernor Warren Garst today announced him
self a candidate for the republican noin
Inatlof fur governor at the June primary.
t'p to a recent date It seemed certain
there would be little interest taken in the
stale campaign, as It was understood that
all were agreed upon a program of In
dorsement uf the state and national ad
ministrations and of the Iowa senators;
but recently the old organisation which
went nut of existence five years ago haa
been revived and a campaign Is now un
der way to restore tho lost prestige of the
radical standpatters. The progressives
have become convinced that unless they
fight, and fight hard, they will ba com
pletely discredited.
Governor Garst was governor for a short
time, but owing to the absorbing Interest
n the senatorial campaign of two years
ago he was not renominated. lie was also
at a disadvantage as to the alphabetical
arrangement on the ballot, which has now
been changed. He will make the campaign
for governor with the solid support of the
men who have been directing affairs In
Iowa and makes It plain that he is not
in any sense a factional candidate.
Governor Garst concludes his announce
ment by saying:
I'ntll very recently I had hoped that the
partv harmony hore In Iowa might not be
dsturbed by any threat of outside Inter
ference, but at a secretly called factional
conference, a committee was former which
announces Intention of organising every
voting preclntc of the state. A study of
thA oerHonnel of this committee leaves no
shadow of doubt that the success of the
movement thus started would aisrreuu me
Iowa senators at home and in the nation,
and I am fully persuaded that this Is the
chief result itesireel oy
miirita of the committee.
1 submit that our duty as republicans is
clear. In the last campaign we marshalled
an armv of voters 27o.OM) strong for a vote
of confidence In our candidate fur presi
dent and In support of the re republican
platform, and as it was aptly said
clinch the Roosevelt policies.'' 1 believe
town, republicans are as steadfast In pur
im lodHV as thev were then and that in
the next national campaign they will be
resolute In support ol tne same progressive
We can del much In the state campaign
now imenlnir to assure for our party con
tlnuance of the confidence which it has
long enjoved. we muse ennen uw gooa
uj. tiiva italned for Iowa by and through
the progressive movement. We should pro
claim scaln that Senators IJol liver and
Cummins have the earnest support of. Iowa
In their courageous iigni lor leginiuiion in
confnrmttv with our party platforms and
in accordance with the expectations of the
I am convinced there Is desire on the
part of an overwhelming majority of Iowa
republicans of the rank and file for op
portunity to give notive to the world that
tho Kood shall not be undone, hut that tho
work so well begun shall go on; and to
r.fl HH 11 r A our faithful public servants In
Washington, and all others who are striv
ing to uphold progressive principles, that
here at least In the cradle of the pro
cresslve cause, there Is .no reaction, but
that Iowa Is true to the faith.
Railroad Making; Reports
Some of the railroads are making their
reports to the state of Iowa as required
by law. The Rock Island reports on the
Iowa business for i'J08 gross receipt of
to, 412,956. 63, and of net earninga on Iowa
business $3,358,031.27. The taxes paid
amounted to S2S,207.SO. The Illinois Cen
trai reports $5,037,95.50 gross receipts and
net earnings of $749,997.62, with taxes of
Trouble In Mllltln Company.
The adjutant general ha received word
of the Indictment of Captain G. Posten
of the Vllllsca company of the Iowa Na
tional guard for embeaslement. The com
pany had trouoie some nine over ui
matter of the funds.
Tua. adjutant general has received word
from the War department that the
machine guns which were to be furnished
Iowa will not bo ready for another year.
Candidate for Attorney General.
It Is announced that the democrats have
practically agreed upon the candidacy, of
James M. Parson of this ciiy for their
candidate for attorney general. He
formerly practiced law in Mock Rapids
and ia prepared to make a vigorous cam
paign. James M. Devitt of Oskaloosa, who wa
In the city today, Is contemplating enter
ing the race for attorney general on the
republican ticket, but ha not yet made
Covrnle Retires from Place.
Chairman John Cownle of the Board of
Control today retlrid (rom that body after
twelve years. He will devote himself to
his farming and live stock Interests at
Williamsburg. His successor Dr. Ban
nister comes to the city and will take hold
tomorrow. His wife will remain. In
Ottumwa for the present. It Is probable
that Judge Robinson will be named as
chairman of the board.
Profeaaor Goes to Wisconsin.
Dr. John C. Parish, son of Prof. Parish,
who was killed in the Green Mountain
wreck, haa been elected professor of
American history and political science of
Belolt college, Belolt, Wis., and will go
thither next fall. Dr. Parish Is connected
with the Stale Historical society of Iowa,
at 8. U. 1.
Sopreme Court Decisions.
W. A. Hoover, appellant, against Lorrln
A. beckey, Manaska county, affirmed.
John L. Turner against i j. u. uwnin,
appellant, Wlnnesbelk county, reversed.
Haute A. potwln against Frank Binnall,
appellant, Crawford county, afflred.
iierl iiass ariuisi jumi , i a . . o , ap
pellant. Sncnandoah couity, amrmeu.
Lena ol. anitinam .isiiiiini j-
appellant, Chroke County, affirmed.
R. li. De Fance against Ida Reeve,
appellant, Wapello county, reversed.
Angre H. Hume, appellant, against City
of De Motives, Polk county, reversed.
State galnst S. B. Baker, appellant,
Mnnesheik county, affirmed.
State against J. B Belt, appellant.
Cnrroll county, affirmed.
Roefc Island Seed Special Making
Trip Throaah Xorth.
CLARION. I., April J.-(Speclal.)-Ped
corn teats at Dows. Iowa Falls. Grundy
Center and Relnbeck show that the seed
corn of Iowa is In the worst condition It
has been In the history of the state. Indi
cations (or a corn crop this year are ex
ceedingly discouraging according . to Prof.
M. L. Bowman, formerly of the (arm crops
department of the state college of grl
culture at Ame who I In direct charge
ot the eed corn peclal.
Test at Dows, made yesterday, shows
that the seed corn there la In better con
dition than In any other city vllte5 on
thi trip. The corn there tested 70 per
cent trong. At Iowa rail It tested S
per cent nd at Grundy Center, IS per
cent. Fifteen per cent la the average per
cuit howing that th eorn I In a deplor
able condition. "Every farmer In Iowa
must test hi corn this piimj if he ever
docs," a!d Pror. H'JWiiisn in ma lecture as
livered her Wednesday afternoon. "Jack
Frost beat out th fanners last fall and
tr.e only way to combat the situation la
to get everi- farmer to thoroughly test
his cojn.-' . . .
The Special will visit Liveimorc. West
Bend, Emmetsfcurg. Thursday; Graettinger
and Estherville, KrhMV- Ksthervllle will be
the last stop made. The parly on the sed
corn special consist of Prof. Bowman,
Prof. O. It Pllsa, A. .A. Kmlth and J. R.
1-amlerdsle of the extension department of
Ames and P. O. Bonnell. chief engineer of
the Rock Island toad, and M. A. Xetzger.
chemist." The , special started from Cedar
Rapids Monday morning. In all, 2o0 miles
will be traversed and fourteen towns vis
ited. Pool Room Men
to Use Wireless
Rumor in New York that Race Track
Operators Are Preparing; to
- ; , , Etade Xaw.
NEW YOttlv, Apt H j.-With the opening
of the racing season of the Metropolitan
district only a week away interest was
excited In racing circle today by reports
that poolroom operator were preparing to
circumvent the official ban upon them by
arranging to flash race results by wire
less from tracks.
Wlreleps stations, it waa - said, were to
be established Just outside the grounds,
from which the new would be flashed to
distributing centers, wherever It might be
thought expedient to locate them.
Heretofore It has been easy for detectives
to break up sending messages by confis
cating the telegraph and telephone Instru
ments of the poolroom men, but It Is feared
that If the wireless system were adopted.
It might be a difficult thing to prove that
news was being sent to lawbreakers to
assist them in lolatlng the law.
An active Campaign to prevent If pe.s
slble the" carrying out of the poolroom
men's wireless plan Is expected.
(Continued from Flret Page.)
tlan A. Frandsen carrier, Roy Firman sub
stitute. The secretary of the Interior has affirmed
the decision of the -commissioner, general
of the land office In the appeal of James
H. Kerr in holding for cancellation his
homestead entry located In the Lincoln land
Colonel E. O. Westervelt of Liticoln,
right-of-way agent of the Burlington, and
J. IS. Kelby of Omaha, general attorney for
the same railway, are in Washington on
right-of-way matters connected with the
Wyoming extension of that line.
G. B. Chapman of Lincoln passed through
Washington today on his way to New
York.' 'from which port he-sails Saturday
for an extended trip through Europe.
Former Lieutenant 'Governor Orlando
Tefft is In Washington today, enroute home
from abroad. He waa a gtiest at the capitol
today of Senator Burkett.
(Continued (rom Page One.)
cashier, respectively, ot tne i victor Bank
of Schoenville, and then robbed the inatl
tlon of an estimated $400. continue today.
Five hundred police and county officers'
are engaged in the work of tracing the
desperadoes. Twelvo-uuspecta are under ar
rest. V ''"'f
The officials of Jhe robbed ba.ik still
refuse to make a statement regarding the
exact amount of money taken by the ban
dits.' The institution was opejied (or bus
iness Monday and auditors are at work on
the books. '
. Branch Una In View.
RAPJ1 CITY, S. D., April 7. (Special.)
It seems entirely probable that this city
will soon be In clise touch With the north
ern part of the state through the building
of another branch line by the Chicago,
Milwaukee St. Paul Into Rapid City.
When the northwest portion of this state
commenced to attract- so much attention
two years ago, and has since been fast
filling up with settlers, the Milwaukee cast
envious eyes on the terrlttory lying be
tween Pierre and Rapid City, and running
north and south to the North Dakota
border line. They saw visions of a large
passenger traffic Into St. Paul, not to men
tion the freight. If they would build a cut
off from their transcontinental line through
the north, down to Rapid City. Accordingly
a survey was made last year, and since
them complete plans have been made, It
Is understood, for the building of this cut
off, which would be 200 miles In length and
extend to Marmouth, N. D., on the north,
and bringing this section of the stSte in
direct communication with the Milwaukee
main line west. Work on this cut-off Is
expected to commence during the coming
summer and be completed some time during
1911. '
Inlons In Politic.
LEAD. S. D.. April 7. (Special. )-As. an
Indication of the fight that will be put up
by the unions to win the coining city elec
tion on April 19, the tilt with the socialists
at the city council meeting attracted much
attention. Representatives of both the so
cialist and democratic parties were present
and offered a list of Judges for election
which they wished appointed. Arguments
were heated, but the council declined to
appoint tho?e on the lists on the ground
that neither party had filed a city ticket,
and wa therefore not entitled under the
law to recognition a.mng the Judges. The
council selected a list on 'Which are re
publicans and democrats, but the democrats
appointed were not on the' Hat offered by
the democratic representatives. Attorneys
have-"teen consulted by both the democrats
and socialists, and t la understood that
an attempt will be made to mandamus the
council and BompI It member to recog
nise the list of Judges offered.
' OH Field Development.
SPEARFISH, V.. April 7.-(Speolal.-People
throughout the Black Hills, and
particularly In this section, are muoh in
terested In the de'velopment of he oil fields
In norheaitern Wyoming Just over the
South Dakota boundsry line. For over two
year the Rochford-Wyomlng company hat
been carefully developing Its ground with
a view to patenting and opening up prolific
ol) well. In all thirteen wells have been
sunk, some of them to the depth of 400 feet,
other to the 100-foot level. In each of, these
The) Hamaa Bjreteca Needs It, N
Mr. M.. Ifrgan. 411 4th Ave, C-.
Brainard. Minn., write: "I tak from
en to two bottle of ' Hood' Earsapa
rtlla In th prlng to purify th blood
Just a rerularljr a I do my house
cleaning, and go around light-footed and
light-hearted. 1 believe, It 1 th beat
blood purifier known." '
Hood' Earsaparilla ao combine the
herb to raUe them to their highest
efficiency; hene-e It unequaled cures.
Get II today In usual liquid form ur
tablet called Saraatab.
wells th oil sand has been found and pen
etrated and a small iiuanllty of crude oil
Jlcuvrd In the wells. Patent proceed
ings are now In process and the company
m making satisfactory progress with Us
work. One well has been shot, the result
of which will be determined In a few days.
Others aro to Je shot as fast as the ar
rangements can be made, and the company
confidently expects to have a good flow
cf a commercial oil before summer.
Fifty Ycar7'
Service Given
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter Day Saints Honor
President Smith...
INDEPENDENCE. Mo.. April T.-tSpecial
Telegram.) President Josepu . Smith this
morning called to order the vast crowd as
sembled in the auditorium o( ll.e t-tone
church at this rlaco for the genet al con
ference uf the Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints. After or
ganization Apeistle V. W. Gleene of Ohio,
rising to a question of privilege, I': a short
but interesting address prcytned to the
lit st presidency a gavel made from a
piece of woi-d torn by lightning fiom the
cornice of the Klrtlaud temple-, the only
tempie owned by the in sanitation at the
present time.
President Joseph Smith, on behalf of the
presidency, very graciously received the
gift, responding in a peech full of vigor
and feeling in spite of his physical frailly,
Uoullne 'bjsiness took up th rest of the
forenoon session.
The auditorium is beautifully decorated
for the occasion, as the balance uf the
day and evening wis to ue a special fif
tieth unnlvetsary service, it being fifty
years since President Joseph Smit'i teiok up
the presidency of the church as successor
to his father, who was killed by a mob in
June, 1S44. An extended program was car-
lied cut In his honor.
Just before the add re a of President
Smith the following resolutions were
adopted oy rising vote,- everyone In the
large auditorium rising for its adoption:
Whereas, President Jmepli Smith was or
dained president of the nigh priesthood at
Amboy, III., April G, 1&), ufty .vear ago;
Whereas, Under his ar'ttilnlstratlon, sup
ported by the faithful ministry and loyal
membership, toe faith of -the church has
leeu vindicated, the confidence of the peo
ple restored, tne work lio-.iored and ex
tended at home and abroad;
Resolved, Trat in connection with the
celebration of this seinl-ceutenary Jubilee
r.t niwrsary, we commend tne administra
tion of Pnsident Smith and express our
conlltiued conflde-rce In Ins- integrity.
Resc'.ver, Further, that ,we command his
Spirit of Christ-like service in the Interest
of tho work and of the peopie of God; that
we pledge him our continued support In
the lurUiei' perfurmanci! of his dulv, pray
ing that God may bless him wlih that
iiieaiire of health aim grace that, shall
qualify him to continue In the administra
tion of his impjrtant office until In the
v Isoi-m of God his labor shall be full and
The president spoke in appreciative terms
of the confidence and esteem shown him In
th day' services.
The bush ess of the conference will be
resumed at S o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Small -Komber Respond to Call and
Arrangement for Banquet
Called Off.
At a meeting of the Flrmen Veterans'
association last night F. II. Koesters, secre
tary, reported that only twenty-three mem
WVs' had replied stating that they would
attend the proposed banquet. In conse
quence of this lack ot Interest in the affair
It was decided to take no action In the mat
ter. The secretary mentioned that WMlliam
J. Kennedy, a former member of the asso
ciation, had died recently at St. Louis and
he was directed to send a letter of regret
and condolence to the widow. From a re
port prepared by the secretary It appeared
that the association was organized Novem
ber 17, 1887, and was incorporated December
25 of the same year. The following Is a
list of the presidents since the foundation
of the association A. J. Simpson, 1887-9;
F. P. Haulon, 18W) Harry Tagger, 1891; John
Baumer, 1892; Max Meyer, 1893; W. L. May,
1S94-98; C. L. Pickens, 1899; John Baumer.
.1900-02; C. G. Hunt, 1903-06; J. Fred Behm,
1908; D. P. Beard. 1307; A. R. Toozer, 1908;
C. G. Hunt, 1909; W. A. Kelly. 1910.
' The Bubonte Plagua
destroys fewer lives than stomach, liver
and kidney diseases, for which Electric Bit
ters is the guaranteed remedy. 50c. For
sale by Beaton Drug Co.
The young women are going to Paris June
8 to study music.
J. R. Martin will leave Omaha Thursday
night for a trip to Minneapolis.
Bill Hokuf has left for Creston, Ia., 'where
he will do some work upon the wrestling
W. M. Davidson, superintendent of
schools, will leave Thursday night for
Charles Noah, former pitcher for the
Omaha base ball team, will go to Fort
Wayne, Friday.
D. MaLean of Durango, F. A. Mueller,
A. 8. Ijambertson of Denver, K. M. Car
penter of Camanea. Mexico, and Thomas
Finnell of Portland are at the Loyal.
Misses Marie Meek, Alice V. Davis and
Cecil Berryman are planning to give a
Joint benefit recital April 21 In the First
Baptist church, prior to their trip abroad.
Members of the White Sox base ball team
passed through Omaha Wednesday even
ing, while on their way to Sioux City. They
return to Omaha Saturday for two games.
Beginning Thursday the Burlington road
'put on new parlor cars on the day
trains from Omaha to Kansas City. This
Is the first time daylight service ha been
given and It is expected to prove quite
'Railway Note and Personal.
N. K. Barnum. former master mechanic
at Omaha for the Union Pacific railroad,
has been appointed superlnl iinli-nt of the
motor pow er . department of tho Illinois
Central road.
Burlington fast mail. No. 7, from Chi
cago to Omaha, made another rec rd dur
ing the month of March. It reached Coun
cil Bluff Transfer on time twenty-nine
days out of thirty-one. The total time lost
on the two dates It wa late was twenty-five
minutes. In other words, the total time-
lost during th enlro mouth' was but;
twenty-five minutes. Burlington No. S. Chi- I
cago-Omaha-I enver express, llkewia.'
made a record during Match. This train I
leached the transfer twenty-nine days on I
time out of thirty-one. Total time lost on i
tho two date, or. In other words, for the I
whole month, wa thirty-two .nlnutes, !
which mena an average Oely if one
minute per day to this heavy and im
portant train.
Preparations are being made by the
North western and Burlington railroads for
th accommodation of those who are to be
in the South Omaha Live Stock exchange
party going to Rapid City, Be-lle l-'ourche
and Dead wood. A special train will leav.i
Omaha Sunday afternoon at S.f.b p. m
over the Not lhvostern ana Will leave Head-
wood over the B.iiilngliin on April II for a j
trip through lldjcmout. Shuidan, Blllliirf, j
Miles City an! St. Paul. The party will
arrive In Om i'i-i at 7.30 on tne morning o 1
April 21 W. U. Cheek, live stock anent of,
the Burlington 01 wouth Omaha, will he in ;
charge of the party will travel with it 1
from Deadooil to umuhr..
Arrlvca. eautd.
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,.t. Loula Lithuania.
..Ill PI MMSIna. . l-mpnlt
M. WsaJilngtoa.
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Second Entry by
the Mondcll Act
House Passes Bill Granting Permit to
Homesteaders Who Forfeited
First Rights.
WASHINGTON, April 7-The house to
day lassed the Mondcll bill gi ahllng the
i iK lit to make a second homestead onlty
to iiitiymcii, who fji felled their light
prior lo inu uppioval of this measure. An
amendment offend by Mr. Martin of
Colorado was adopted, extending the sale
right to desert land cnrlymcn.
The govornoi of Colorado and the Giand
Junction. Colo., Chamber of Commeice
have endorsed the proposed Issue of $10,
PnOOC in certificates to permit the early
compliiioii of existing reclamation pro
jects according to a telegram which hss
been received by Secretary Ballinger from
the piesid'iit and secretary of the Grand
Junction Chamber of Commerce. The dis
patch which was dated yesterday, reads as
"Throe hundred and fifty member of
the Grand Junction Chamber ot Conimerc
and governor of Colorado, at annual ban
quet tonkin endorse the $:W.0uO.0Ot certi
ficate bill for the aid of the reclama
tion service as recommended by President
Taft and urge Its passage, also urge and
earnestly request the resumption of con
struction work on Grand valley projects
by the L'niled States reclamation service.
Complete resolution forwarded by mail." .
The One Comfortable
Shoulder Brace
Most shoulder braces are uncom
fortable to wear, they give you a
disagreeable "harnessed-up" feel
ing. Not so with the
Health Brace
Trie only Brace Without a Fault
which weighs only 3 oz., rind Is ro com
fortable to wear that you hardly know
you hnve it on, in fact you are aware of
Its presence only when you stoop, anil
then a gentle pressure reminds you to
brace up.
For Man, Woman and Child
REBORN straightens round shoul
ders, expands the chest, compels deep
breathing and improves the appearance
generally. It's a new idea in braces and
the only way you can properly judge
It is to try it. Price, $1.00.
ilfai'f eraVra fitlmd, glv cAasf mtatanmtnt.
Tor Sal by
, Sol Agent., Omaha.
Send for our free book on Health and Ueuuty.
Reborn Co., 28 West 15th Street, New York
n You Must
J vl Buy flow
T. L. Combs & Go.
The Busy Jewelers
1520 Douglas Street
Snappy style for the
young fellow, 'sim
ple elegance for the
man of quiet con-
servative, t a s t e s
may be found in wide
ranges of selection' in
Dourke twenty-five-thc
best Raincoat, Suit
or Overcoat that skill
can produce for $25.
W would like' to sell you
your clothes this muuu. Drop
iu and talk it over. ' " ' "
Our price nuiftos for rain
coats, suits and overcoats, i
from $13 to $40.
T7ie Dourke preferred
that's our $3. ",hatr-s' a
crackerjack among really ,cool
lids. . .
318 S. 15 th St.
fStJtrWP1 3BWflf,PBfSJ
il i ilni al
Are Mir.
Can you get orders frdrrj
dealers for a high grade 'hpe
tlalty lino, In a Rood tcrrl;
tory? Have you a position
now? If you wnnt to "In -crease
your Income if, yJou,
have a position uow liut viaat
a butter one wit,n -excellent'
opportunltieH. if you wmrt a
good Bdlury ' aud expense
with the chance to earn good
eonmiisHlorlw '011 excess busr-i
ness, then we want to Talk
with you. ' Not o snap, but a
good, Bteady rJob that Will"
grow aa fast as you 'do-. ' An
Idle man will not be c!bnalrj-.
ered. Oive nartlctilar. H6x
332, Omaha- Nebrneka. ' ' i
Lace Curtains,
Rugs and
Porch Furniture
. APRIfc 11th
See Windows and
Sunday Tapers.
Miller, Stewart Beaton
413-18-17 South 16th St.
Ideal Farm Jonrnal.1
Mat: Sat.
Beat $1
Ht l
Benefit MatinM Study Tfh Air
X UilU,
la sr Musical Comedy Bucces
TED WlDOVf JOMES, . .. .
Tonhrht 8:15. Saturday Matin BUS
Th B Flay In Town k
Hat Wk, Mr. Tmpl'a T,ig-ram,
ZTlg-ht 10, 15, 85, 3ft, BOo. Mat. 10, lo, 85a
. 16o-aaKBOa-?t, ,
Matin Saturday, All Seat 8S
Kay, 8:16 Evs-luf Psrlormaune, 8il6
Tills Week 1'uul hpadunl, Harry Tale
English Con. pany, I6na!ii Bowie, ' Keno,
Welen anJ Melrose. Uasyue Grand Opera
Quartette. Hal Merrltt, Kox'HV foxle'
Circus. The Klnodrome and Uieuiljeuro
Concert Orchestra. P&1CEB loo, 85o, toe.
Tce p4n'y 'm'l vi-i-k. closing-"Friday iitfciiu
"AMA'l lSl'll MGHT" till -wrk l-'iiilay.
Th hlK fun event. Cash firlms.
X,adl' Dim Matin EaUy at 8:15.
gat The Grew Company In ' i-'e eiiiyig
Adventure of Miss Brown."
, . .- . 1 T
Marion Lawrence
Tli World' Oratt Sunday Scholl
Organiser; . .l I -f I
Oood Music, Sabbath, 10i3O A. M.
Monday Evening April 1 1th j
Auditorium, 15th and Howard Streets
Ticket iw selling Hfwerveir seal-.-
. r. m a ii . . a iii ;.imi atiiiii Bar. rt ri
in nm tinimr mW tmhiii Tr r -
Cut to th Point jL L
K 50c up nccording to w
I.IMt, fl DU P"i" ; '" - "
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