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    THE REE: OMAHA. FT? TP AY. MAY fi. 1010.
Council Bluffs
Council BUnis
Council Bluffs
Council Bluffs
Minor Mention
Tbs Council Bluff office ef the
Omaha Bee la at It Sooti ItiHt
Both 'ptaomM 43.
Unable to Put Man in Field to Run
for Treaiurer.
Mayor Maloney
Has Difficult
Matter in Hand
1 ovva
r Mrhvi iowa coal to cost more
Davis, drugs.
The Clnrk barber shop for bath.
COR.IUC1AX8. undertaker. Thone 241.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. S3S
lewla Culler, funeral director. 'Phone ST.
Balrd A Boland, undertakers. 'Phone 122.
My tailoring makfj friends. Martin Pet
.1. W. Terrv. .pt?'ian. moved to 411 W.
Broadway. Ejrea examined free.
iee our (old frame specials for thli
tvck. C. E. Alexander. 333 Broadway.
fjr nd your lace curtains to Mrs. Broius
cleaning. Beet references. Ttione K-10j.
for lirst-iiiiss villi j..iper work, painting,
find wall )xiiir an. I i fi lonablo prices. 8
Jensen, Masonic temple.
Walur J., the Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
C. J. McLaughlin. -tfi Avenue K, 'lied yes
terday inornlng. oged .1 months.
The b.l nml climpist ;:ae in the city
t' g"t your I ti.i!er ni painting Is at
W. Nicholalsen & Co., 1 South Main street.
Tlv laidies' Aid nocloty of St. John's
Lutbetan church will meet this atternoon at
the homo of Airs. Jennie l.iob, l-'7 ooutn
r'lnst street.
. If you are looking for the best, come to
us; we will do the rest. II. Borwlck, 211
S. Main ft. Evwry tiling m wall paper.
Work guaranteed.
Tho annual meeting of St. Paul's Episco
pal parish will be held this evening at te
chi.reh. . Report. of lha several ornaniza
tlorin will be read and delegates to the dio
cesan convention elected.
Fire was discovered at 1 o'clock yester
day in the coal cherts at St. l-'rancia acad
emy by Patrolman Allen. Fire company,
No. ., J, was called and extinguishea the
blst-i before any material damage was
The funeral of the late Mrs. Mary Gal
lagher will be held Friday morning at t
o'clock from the family home, Til Willow
avenue. Services will ha held In St. Fian
cls Xavlcr'a church and burial will be in
St. Joseph's cemetery.
The funeral of Jessie, the infant daugh
ter of Mr, and Mrs. Leonard Wells, 72?
Broadway, who died Tuesday evening, was
held yesterday afternoon, burial being in
Fnirvlcw . cemetery. Kev. Henry DeLong
conducted the aervloes.
ON AND AFTER Saturday, May 7, 1310,
the banks of Council Bluffs will close Sat
urday at 12:30 p. ni., and on all other busi
ness days at 3 p. m.. City National Bank,
Commercial National Bank, Council Bluffs
Savings Hank, First National Bank, State
Savings Bank.
The funeral of the late V. H. Bradley
will be held this afternoon at IS) o'clock
from th family home, 402 East Washington
nvrnue. and burial will be In Walnut Hill
cemetery. Rev. George A. Ray. D. D., pas
tor of the Second Presbyterian church will
conduct the services.
Daver Etberton, charged with the theft
of a portion of a set of harness from a barn
at the rear or Zil South Main street, Tues
day, was given thirty days in the county
Jail yesterday by Judge Snyder. His
brother, Tom, charged , with being Imoll
rated In the theft wu sent to the county
Jail for ten days. Tha Ethertona are horse
The funeral of the late Lawrence Shlvely
was held yesterrtav afternoon from St.
Paul's Episcopal church, the services being
conducted by kov. x. j. Alackay or Omaha
and the rector, Rev. J. W. Jones. There
was a large attendance of sorrowing rela
tives and friends. . The pallbearers were
tieorge Colburn, Harold Foster, Robert
Oulnnell, Fred Foster, Robert Sackett,
Charles 'Emerlne, Floyd Sorenaon and Reu
ben Payne.
This evening Pol towattamle tribe. No. li.
Improved Order of Redman, will take In
another large class of pale facos that has
been captured In the forest. Woodbine, la.,
will attend with a large delegation, bring
ing a number of pale facea. After the work
refreshments will he served and a big time
is assured. This Is the second large elnss
taken In this winter, adding close to 100
new members. Up to the prexent time Pot
tawattamie tribe holds the record In Iowa
for the number of new members during the
last year.
Republican Aspirants for tonnty
aperTlsora Are ActlveI. II.
Maine fining; After County
nrvevor Again.
Selection of New Chief Not Eaiy
Task Those He Wants Not
Anxious to Serve.
The democrat aro having some trouble
filling out their county slate, c p to last
evening they had been unable to put their
hands upon a willing candidate for the
party nomination for county treasurer. Al
a recent conferenca of party leaders. It
was decided to try to secure a canninme
from one of the towns outside of Council
Bluffs and this task was left to AI Den-
oeker and John T. Hazen, who will be the
democratic candidates for state representa
tives from Pottawattamie county. j
Herman Schurz of this city, the newly ap
pointed chairman of the democratic county
central committee stated last evening that
so fnr he had not heard from Eenorker u
Ilaxen. I.enocker met with an accident
Monday which confined him to the house,
but word from Oakland yesterday was to
the effect that he would be able to be out
probably by Thursday. He fell from a
twelve-foot ladder while doing some work
on his home at Oakland and although no
bones were broken, he was badly bruised
Deputy City Maryhnl Charles V. Crum
is still acting chief of police and the ap
pointment of a successor to Major George
It. Richmond la still up In the air. The
truth of the matter Is that Mayor Thomas
Maloney Is finding it somewhat difficult
to secure a competent person, willing to
shoulder the responsibilities of the office.
With the "reformers" watching at every
corner, the position. It Is figured, will not
be a bed of roses for the next chief of
Mayor Maloney thought he had a chief
picked out Tuesday, In the person of Mack
Goodwin, a former sheriff. Out Mr. Good
win aftet taking the offer under consider
ation over Tueoday night, decided yester
day that he could not afford t- give up
his present business prospects for the po
sition. John P. Tinley, an attorney was sug
gested yesterday, and It Is understood that
Mayor Maloney offered him the appoint
ment. Mr. Tlnley, however, will be a can
didate for tho democratic nomination for
Judge of the superior court and conse
quently declined the mayor's offer.
dste from
! of June 6. All Uckels purchased and votes
j taken for the "Queen of the Carnival" will
I be honored at the later date.
We wish to' Impress on the publ!? thit
this carnival la to be held under the aus
pices of the St. Louis Mm-. hlng club, and
It Is our Intention of giving a carnival
equal to any ever held In this city. To this
end we have1 contracted with the No. 1
company of the Great Parker Show. This
company requires over tlilrty cars to trans
port thelt attractions and employs W) peo
ple to produce their effects. So the magni
tude of this affair can be rondlly Imagined.
Secretary St. Louis Marching Club.
i.nd shaken by the fall. "If we don't hear
by Thursday that they have secured a can-1 The name of Clay Platner, a wHl known
dldato for treasurer In tho cast end of the j traveling salesman wen mentioned last
county, we will have to hunt up one In the
city," said Chairman Schuvx last evening.
Thomas P. Lindsay, an old-time railroad j
engineer, will be the democratic candidate
for sheriff. His nominating petition was
filed yesterday with County Auditor Inncs.
He Is a resident of this city and lives at
1009 Fifth avenue.
Republicans Are Busy.
There will be a lively scramble for the
republican nominations for members of the
Board of County Supervisors and the pres
ent Incumbents who are seeking renomina-
tlon will all have contests on their hands
at (he primaries. The latest candidate for
membership on the county board is .Adam
Eckert of Walnut who will go before the
republican primaries. He filed his nominat
ing petition yesterday. W. C. Children of
this city Is also in the field for one of these
nominations and filed his petition Tues
day. J. Harley Mayne will seek a renomina
tlon for the office of county surveyorat
the hands of the primaries. He filed his
papers yeaterday. E. E. Spetman of this
city will be the democratic candidate. His
nominating petition was filed Tuesday af
ternoon. John E. Stockert filed affidavit yester
day of his candidacy for the democratic
nomination for constable In Kane township.
J. E. Ford filed affidavit of candidacy for
the republican nomination for the same of
fice. Saturday Is the last day on which can
didates for nomination for county offices
can file, so a number of filings can be
looked for between now and Saturday even
ing. V
evening in connection Willi the position,
but Mr. riatner's friends, ho being out
of tho city, expressed the opinion that he
would not consider for a moment resigning
his present position for that of chief of
Tim Flood, who last week resigned the
position of street commissioner Is a candi
date for the position and his friends were
working hard yesterday in his behalf.
It Is generally understood that a civilian
will be appointed by the mayor and not a
member of the present police force.
"There Is no need of any violent hurry,"
said Mayor Maloney last evening. 'fThe
city can get along all right for a few
days without a chief of police. As soon as
1 decide on a man I will announce the
appointment and until I do I wish the dear
people would leave me alone. Why they
even wake me up after I have gone to
sleep to enquire.' Have you appointed a
chief of police yet?' All I can answer for
the present is, 'Not yet, but soon." "
Raise in Pay to Miners Now Said Will
Boo?. Cost.
Resident of
Byers Selects
Headquarters Here
Attorney General Will Stay
Enemy's Camp While in This
Part of District.
Real Katato Transfers.
These transfers were reported to The Be
May 1 by the Pottawattamie County Ab-
strict company of Council Bluffs:
Llllle Cook and husband to William R.
Erwln. lot 8. wlO feet lot B. Casadav's
sub of O. P. Lot S2, Council Bluffs.
w. A $4,000
X. A.' McCarter and wifrt to Barker
Co.. lot 14. block 1. Pierce's bud.
Council Bluffs, w. d 2 000
Julius A. Kooa and husband to Barker
Co. lot 15, block H, Pierce's sub.
Council Bluffs, w. d 280
ffhe Merchant's National bank of
Omaha to Mary S. Kennedy, lot o.
block h 4. Sackett'a add to Council
Bluffs, w: A 20
Effle O. Jones to Sarah A. .lone.
eV lot S. bloek IN. Beers' add to
Council Bluffs, w. d j
Tilrhard H- Morris and wife to Aaron
W. Bolton, ne' of 3S-76-3S, q. c. d.. I
y Six transfers, total 6.Z72
Council Blnffa
for Sixty-Three
Michael Goodwin, a resident of Council
Bluffs and vicinity for sixty-three' years,
died yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock at
his home, 1S00 Avenue . He wu 81 years
of age and his death was due to the In
firmities Incident to old age. He Is sur
vived by his widow, three daughters, Mrs.
W. M. Cartwrlght of Los Angeles, Cal.;
Mrs. Thomas Carey of this city and Mrs.
Milton Beckley of Garner township and
two sons. M. C. Goodwin and William
Goodwin of this city.
Mr. Ooodwln was a native of Putnam
county, Indiana. He came to Potta
wattamie county In 1847 with the Mormon
emigrants and settled at Reel's, near Cres
cent. He was one of the twelve white
mm to make a treaty wtrVtho Indians at
Bellevue concerning rights' of settlement
In Nebraska territciy. As a young man
he engaged In the business of buying stock
and followed this business continuously
until a few years ago.
The funeral will be held Friday afternoon
at I o'clock from the residence of the
daughter, Mrs. Thomas Carey, 302 East
Private Money to Loan on City
SIS Broadway, Council Bluffs, Iowa.
. ,, TIME, WAS IT.
St Wag Qalt Oof f or Sla.
Sacred Concert Will Probably Be
Means Employed to Begin
Chairman Graham of the Board of Park
Commissioners announced yesterday that
tha season at Fairmont park would he
formally opened, weather permitting, on
Sunday, May 15, at which time a sacred
concert will be given during the afternoon
by some band.
Ralph Miller has been appointed park
policeman for Falrmount park and 11. A.
Brace for Cochran park. The officers for
Bayllss and Lake View parks have not yet
been appointed.
The Council Bluffa City Water Works
company has presented the park board with
a bill for $f5, for water furnished since
January 1, 1S09. from which time the com
pany is now required to pay city taxes.
Last summer tha park board Installed a
water ayntem in Falrmount park and the
Attorney General H. W. Byers has
selected Council Bluffs as his headquarters
while making his congressional campaign
in this section of the district. He arrived
In the city yesterday and in a new automo
bile recently purchased by former County
Superintendent of Schools O'. J. McManus,
one of his trusty lieutenants and secretary
of the Byers congressional organization
made a trip yesterday afternoon to Logan.
C. B. Hardell, president of the Byers'
organization accompanied the party. Mr.
Byers will also make trips to Woodbine
and other nearby points in the interests of
his candidacy.
Mr. Byers has been so busy attending to
the duties of the office of attorney general
that, an he stated yesterday he has had no
time to campaign. He intends, however,
to lay the business of the attorney gen
eral's office on the shelf for a while and
will make a personal canvass of the entire
district. He expects to campaign through
the several counties embraced In the Ninth
congressional district before the primaries
on June 7.
Mr. Byers' campaign organization is said
to be now practically complete and a large
force of clerks is at work In the head
quarters at the corner of Pearl street and
First avenue sending out campaign
literature. Seventy-three precinct chair
men have been appointed to assist Mr.
Byers In Pottawattamie county and the
following county chairmen have been
selected: Adair county, Fred Martin;
Audubon, John Nash; Cass, C. A. Meredith;
Guthrie. F. M. Hopkins; Harrison, George
McCold;(Mllls. H. S. Fleming; Montgomery,
Lee Nagle; Pottawattamie. F. H. Keys;
.Shelby, John Sandham.
When- a woman la brought to tl.e edge
of the grave by poisoning from the drink
ing of ordinary coffee day by day, and Is
then made a well woman by leavlna It
off, her experience "la worth something tol u,e of the water has been discontinued.
others that are poisoned In various w ays I
from tho same habit. HE-PIVnc MOM TO THK POnE
A New Haven. Conn, woman savs: '
Mayer noma i.ikr All n h v
... . ...
tour years ago my nie nung on a very
slander thread with llver. kidney and
heirt trouble, and a very severe form of
rheumatism. I was confined to bed with
hands, wrists, feet and ankles so badly
swollen that they bore no resemblance
to parts of the human body.
''1 had frequent alnktng spells from
Petitions In by Rnd of Week.
Mayor Maloney. expects to get some defi
nite action In the matter of repavlng
Broadway at an early date now and is
anxious that all persons having petitions
bring them ta the city hall before the end
of the week. The business men on Broad-
heart weakness when I was thought to! way, It Is said, generally favor the repav
a dying and sometimes thought to be ln of the street from First street to Main
treet. If not to Sixth streft.
City Engineer Etnyre has ' been prepar
ing a profile' and estimate. Without mak
ing any deductions for crossings, etc., Mr.
Etnyre figures there Is 14.000 square yardi
of granite paving between First street and
Main street to be taken up and repaved
with Purlnrten brick as has been sug
gested. .. ,
The cost of takinc un tha i,i.u. ki-l..
bed and around: ...j in ,).. . ,
the liousa I w. ,i.,.k. . ..... .. " "n i-uringion
required some time . ' ' ; b, ick b,oel" on eoncrt b" " ' -
"For the past three years I have been a ,lmal. "'wu"1 be ln lh neighborhood of
perfactl, etrong. he.iZ worn." ale.! L'Ut " ",,"r J "rd-
ell. ,, good arpetlte. good color acti T"" Ml'rt,y ""'"'d "P
Ive, ani energetic 10 ,he outline property the cost of the
It l-a great pleasure to teatifv 'or' rc'!uly comP',, raving on Nicholas
Poatum which hai mad, tnt. a well .!"""' Th ,ot' co,t lf ,ne Improvement
nan again. I have many friends herei iS ,'','C' f v,hWil the ci'' l' Probably
and In ether pa-is f the state who ar,,",ve to ry bout ,r,n'
dslng Poatum regulorly. and : ij Tll ni,,r ct shading North avenue was
Uielr-very jreat benefit." jie'vrted to a special commitier. consisting
Read the little The Road to'c Harding, Mtnnlck
nviiTiuv, m tm inert a Reason "I "- I way uv connei-iea Willi the .anK,.!
Btot rf above lettsrT A new' T!,, cotr.cll did not me-t as a committee!'"1 treet fair to be Keld by said dub.
a appea from time ta time. Tasy'o' t!e whole, as arranged last Monday I w ne entered into an agreement in
M raaaina, lraa, aad fall kaovraj nisei, and aJJuHined to neat Mouda even- p- Mooney. mar-.ager of the Star theater
iMjpegnu -Jin. jio conduct said carnival for us. This
dead. Mr. doctor, one of the dlrectora
of the State Hospital, a very auccesful
man In ' his profession, told me to atop
drinking coffee and use Poatum, as he
aid coffee was the primary cause of
my trouble
"I took his ' advice at once and also
ilacontlnued medicines. Slowly tha swell
lng4 disappeared., and the rheumatism
dVf mi the sinking spells became !,
frequent, awl I got out of 1
Member of Firm of Walters Brothers
Dies at Home.
Jesse F. Walters, member of the firm of
Walter Bros., harness makers, US West
Broadway, died at 7 o'clock last evening
at his home. 107 Frank street, from par
alysis with which he was stricken earlier
In the day while at his place of business.
Mr. Walters, who was 61 years of age,
had long been a resident of Council Biuff.i
and was a veteran member of the Council
Bluffs Volunteer Fire department. He wai
single and is survived by his mother. Mrs.
E. J. Walters, with whom lie made his
home; two brothers, C. D. Walters, with
whom he was associated In business, and
W. G. Walters of Omaha, and one sister,
Mrs. Mary Barnes of Omaha.
Arrangements for the funeral have not
been completed.
Imported and domestic wines, brandies
and cordials, Old Taylor, Gurkenlieimer
and Old MrRrayer whiskies botteld In bond.
Hosenfeld Liquor Co. Fhones 33:3.
Jubilee Program.
The following program has been an
nounced for the Jubilee services this even
ing at the Epworth Methodlyt church, pre
ceding the dedication, which will take place
Hymn 6? My Heavenly Home Is Biicht
and Fair il072i
Anthem As the Heart J'antet'V After
the Water Brook Frank M. Iavls
Ladies' Quartet-Lead, Kindly' Light!.'!!-
-, I'ykes-Parks
Mesdames C. C. Clifton. C. K. Johnson
C. K. Yates, li. ft. Coats.
Solo-Thc Pay is Ended
Ms Lillian Fintel. ""uarl,ett
Hynvi llHAla. and Lid Mv Savior
Hired (.'111 ' '"r
ioxoiogv !,!!!!
Benedvdon !
Second Saloon fnr One era.
ONAWA. Ia., May l (Special.) A sec
ond saloon license was granted here last
evening by the city council to A. J. Helt
men, who will open up In the room he
formerly occupied before January 1. The
deadlock of the six councllmen was broken
by Mayor Pullen casting the deciding vote
In favor of the granting of the license, as
he has been compelled to do In every In
stance on mutters of this kind. The ordi
nance prohibiting card tables In the bil
liard halls was also repealed, and they will
be reinstated. The mayor was called upon
to c.iat the deciding vote In thl case also.
The little town of Turin, east of here, will
also support a thirst parlor after Friday,
as the council has granted the license.
This decision was not reached until Onawa
slid back Into the wet column.
City Marshal Married.
LAKE CITY la.. May B.-(Speclal.)-At
the Baptist parsonage in tills city Mr. W.
S. Moore was married to Mrs. Marguerite
Robertson. The ceremony took place ln the
presence of a few sclerted guests by Rev.
J. M. Peschauipw, pastor of the Baptist
church. Mr. Moore has been for Koraf time
city maialial here and will undoubt'dly cn
tlnue in that capacity.
lona fm .Notes.
TRIPOLI At a barn dance near here
Tuesday night August Ktttz. an unmarried
farm hand aged .io. fell from the hay loft
and dislocated his spine. He Is not ex
pected to live.
UENISON A temperance institute Is
held this week at tenison under the
auspices of the Women's Christian Temper
ance union. The principal speaker Is Mrs.
Serva Hartxell Wallace, national lecturer
of the organization.
M ARSH ALLTOWN In order that the
committees In charge might have more
time In which to make preparations. Mar
shall lodge No. .112. B. P. O. E.. has post
poned the dedication of Its new 5(0,000 lodge
building from May 9 to May 15.
DEN1 SON Mr. Iizen Mueller, who Is
with thf Harle-Haas lirug company of
Council Bluffs, was married here Tuesday
to Miss Mabel Merrill in the presence of a
lnrge number of. friends. This city was
the former home of the groom.
WINTON The will of George Smith of
Norwav, which bequeathed property of a
value of K-'i.OOO to his namesake grandson,
will stand. Judge Wright took the case
from the Jury Tuesday afternoon and or
dered a Judgment lor the granuson.
MARSH ALLTOWN As a result of being
kicked by a horse last Wednesday. William
H. Mlrkson. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Dick
son of this city and a relative and former
resident of Marshall county, died Tuesday
morning at his home near Benedict. Neb.
PEN 1SON Prior to, starting on an
European trip of two months Mr. C. L.
Voss and wife of this city made public that
they would present the Methodist Epis
copal church with a pipe organ to cost
$3,M0. Uuring the summer the choir and
organ space of the church will be enlarged
to accommodate the Rift.
C11ESTON Mr. and' Mrs. Nate S. Vlck-
ers of this city celebrated their fifty-ner-enth
wedding anniversary here Tuesday at
the home of their daughter. Mrs. Caleb
Agnew, at which quite a company were:
present. Mr. and Mrs. Vlckers are among1
the oldest residents of this city and .highly
esteemed. Both are quite well advanced in
vears, but wear the weight gracefully and
are still active In everyday life.
LOGAN Mayor Chambers and the city
council and other business men of Magnolia
and vicinity were In attendance at the
banquet and meeting of the Logan Com
mercial club here last evening, and in
troduced the proposition that local capital
build and equip the interurban proposition
was received in a favorable manner on me
part of the Logan business men and com
mittees of the respective towns were in
structed to make investigations concerning
the expense and feasibility and to report at
the next meeting.
CRESTON George W. Perkins, ex-railroad
commissioner, is dead at his home ln
Shenandoah, having passed away there
Sunday. His death was due to heart dis
ease, resulting from a stroke of paralysis
which he sustained shortly before giving
up his office as member Of the commis
sion In 1R99. Since that time his health has
been poor, and for the last few months he
has been a sufferer. He has been a resi
dent of Shenandoah for twenty years, pre
vious to that time living at Karragut.
Funeral services were held Tuesday after
noon at the family home in Shenandoah.
LOOAN According to a resolution which
prevailed at the meeting of me Commercial
club here last evening, articles of Incorpora
tion will be drawn and stock solicited to
ertct a hotel at Logan In the near future
to coHt between S.'O.nuO and IJo.OuO. As the
business interests here demand additional
hotel accommodations and as funds are re
ported available for hotel purposes, the
proposition to build is regarded settled.
SHENANDOAH The funeral of George
Perkins, who died here Sunday morning.
was held at his home yesterday, and was
attended by a large number of his friends
and also some of the state officials, among
them being Captain Palmer of Washington,
la., state railroad commissioner. Mr.
Perkins was a native of New Hampshire,
being born October 23, l22. In Km he
moved to Illinois and In 1S71 moved to
Iowa, where he was three times elecfd
state railroad commissioner and continued
in that office until he suffered a stroke of
paralysis as he was leaving the Hate capi
tal grounds.
Healthy Kidneys
No Pain or Ache
at 100 Years of Age
Mr. John M. Butler of Ocean Grove, N. J., who is more than 100
years old, has been cured of kidney trouble and is without a
pain or ache at the advanced age of 100.
Mr. John M. Butler Is happy ln the rnjovmrnt of hfslth and ftrctiRth and
la free from any organic trouble, excepting Impaired eyesight.
I This case !g an illustration of what Warner's Safo Cure, the great remedy
rit- xtruvp-q t, iv K (Special Tele- 'or kidneys, liver and bladder, will do for anyone Buffering with trouble of
Announcement Made at OlUmm that
tlrrlna to I nfnlr Taxation Treat
ment Plnnt I to Be
A bandoned.
-lowa coal win cost v to 2 cents ! these organs, even at an advanced age. ln his own way Mr. Butler tells of his
experlenee and expresses his gratitude: "While on ruy farm, known as liner
Park Farm, near Babylon, Long Island, I contracted a severe cold, w hich settled
on my bladder, causing dangerous Inflammation of same. Three physician
attended my case and on consultation they told me that I would have to die,
and could not live lonper than, at the utmost, thirty days. In this extremity
I decided to visit my son-in-law in New York and see some other physician
there. The former advised me to try Warner's Safe Cure, and I bought six.
bottles of same. Before I had finished the medicine 1 was cured, and 1 am
indebted to this wonderful remedy for my enjoyment of excellent health today,
with the exception of impaired eyesight.
"I was born January ICth, 1810, which is recorded in my family. Bible,
and, therefore, entered on my 100th year the middle of January."
"JOHN BL'TLKH, Ocean Crove, N. J."
Diseased kldne8 cause more sickness, suffering and serious complications
than any other disease. Thousands of people have kidney troubles and do not
know It. If ln doubt make this test. Put some morning urine In a vessel,
lot It stand 24 hours. If there is a reddish sediment ln the bottom of tho
glass, or If the urine is cloudy or milky, or If you see particles or germs flout
ing about in It, your kidneys are diseased and you should get a bottle of War
ner's Safe Cure at once.
i Warner's Safe (,'ure Is made from the fresh Juices of plants and medicinal
roots, gathered at the proper season in the various quarters of the globe. Men
skilled ln botany and chemistry compound It. It Is pleasant to the taste and
agreeable to the most sensitive stomach. It Is put up ln 50c and $1.00 sizes
and sold by all druggists.
Warner's Safe Pills, purely vegetable, sugar-coated, absolutely free from
Injurious substances, a perfect laxative, will cure Indigestion, Biliousness,
Torpid Livers and Constipation. They do not grip or leave any bad after-effects.
25 cents a package.
To convince every sufferer from diseases of the kidneys, liver, bladder
and blood that WARNER'S SAFE CURE will absolutely cure thorn, a sample
bottle and also a sample box of Warner's Safe Pills will be sent FREE OV
CHARGE, postpaid, to any one who will write WARNER'S SAFE CURE CO..
Rochester, N. V., and mention having seen this offer ln The Omaha Daily Bee.
The genuineness of this offer Is fully guaranteed by the publisher.
more per ton. when the mines begin to
operate under the agreement now being
formulated. Inct eased wages to the miners
and other concessions made to them by the
operators will Increase the cost of produc
tion at least 10 cents a ton.
"Even the railroads will have to pay us
an advance of 10 cents over the old
prices," declared President John V. Reese
of the operators. "The increase of 10 cents
a ton Is the absolute minimum. No con
sumer, no matter how large, can hope to
purchase Iowa coal for less than 10 cents
over the prices prevailing before the end
of the old agreement. The Increase wl'l
vary In different locations and It will ln
some cases be- ts high as 15 or M cents
a ton above the old price. The miners
are making us pay more to produce our
coal. We must pay for this increased cost
of production by raising the prices to the
The work on the schedule has so far
progressed that the fact of the Increase
can easily be shown.
ew Xnh-Statlon.
Owing to the fact that the new Des.
Moincv postofflce has been located down
on the liver front, and far from the busi
ness center of the city, the business men
have succeeded In having the postofflco
announce that It will establish a sub-station
In the business district, about eight
or nine blocks from the postofflce. The
location of the postofflce was fixed bv.
Secretary Shaw during nis incumoencj.
Morrell Plant to Shot Down.
, sensational announcement was made at
Ottumwa today by the Morrell Packing
company, that It will stop all work next
Friday. The Intimation is that the com
pany will give up business and abandon
the packing plant. The reason assigned Is
unfair treatment In the matter of taxation.
Over 1,000 men are employed.
even Institutions Will He Repre
sented In Contest at Minneapolis
Tomorrow Mgbt.
IOWA CITY, la.. May 4. (Special. )-Un-usual
preparations are being made this
year by the seven orators who are to rep
resent Minnesota. Michigan, Northwestern,
Wisconsin, Oberlln, Iowa and Illinois In
the Northern Oratorical league contest, to
be held in Minneapolis May 6.
Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa finished
In the order named at last year's event at
I'rbana. The preliminary Indications show
that Wisconsin and Minnesota will head the
competition again this year.
Following the the titles of the orations
and the names of tho contestants: "Propery
against Humanity," Edwin W. McKeen.
University of Minnesota; "Our African
Enigma," Maurice M. Thomas, University
of Michigan; "A Nation's Opportunity,"
Glenn N. Merry, Norm western university;
"For the Common Good," Jesse J. Ruble,
University of Wisconsin; "Dynamic De
mocracy." Goldwln L. Nuck. Oberlln col
lege; "The American Navy and the World's
Peace," Paul S. Collier, University of
Iowa; "The StatUB of Women," Irma E.
Volght, University of Illinois.
N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. IV); right. I-i70
1 lake this moans of notifying the busi
ness men and the friends of the St. Louis
Marching club tliut th- contract betvee-i
the afore-aid club aid B. F. Gllklson ha.
and )! will
ar.d "cen renuaiatvtl and lecir.d.u
in no
Output of Packers Since March 1 Is
Slllllon Two Hundred Thousand
Less Than Vrar Ago.
CINCINNATI. O. May S.-'Snecial Tele
gram.) Price Current says: A small num
ber of hogs have been marketed the la-st
week, falling largely short of a year ago.
Total western slaughtering aggregates 2"J0.-
000 head, compared with J30,0"0 the preced
ing week and l&S.OOO last year. From March
1 the total Is 3.1DO.00O, against 4.&.'0,0i.i0 u
year ago, a decrease of 1,110,000. Prominent
places compare as follows:
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Woman Charaed with Dynamiting
Home of Man Who Married Her
Aliened Rlvol.
NEWTON, la., May 5. A special grand j
Jury tonight returned an Indictment against
Dr. Mary Ida Guthrie, charging her with i
dynamiting the home of Jesse A. Quick at
Prairie City, April 23. Her bond was
placed at $3,000. She will be arraigned to
morrow morning, when her lawyer arrives
from Carthage, 111.
Bee Want Ads will boost your business
You found it a day
or two since
Ihiring the week you ran across an article that hns
been laying around months, idle. You have no further
use for it. The Bee guarantees to sell this article for you.
If it does not sell it for you, it will give you back
your money.
How to start the
You will find something about the house that you do
not use, as a Sewing Machine, Old Cot, Bed, Mattress,
Springs, Go-Cart, High Chair, Stove, Carpet, Bug or-,
Clothing. Call Douglas 238 and describe the property
to the ad taker. She will cheerfully write you an ad and
tell you what it will cost to run it a week. Then ;a solic
itor will call on you and givo you a receipt for the money.
How to get your
money back
After The Bee has inserted your advertisement a
week and you have not sold the article advertised, bring
your receipt to the counting room of The Bee and present
it to the cashier. Your money will be cheerfully refunded.
The Bee believes in its ability to sell things.
Body and Face Covered with Itching,
Painful Eruption 5 Years of
Suffering Beyond Description
Thought Death was Near.
Kansas City -..
s'outli Omaha
ft. Iui
St. Joseph ....
Indianapolis .,
Milwaukee ....
Cincinnati ....
Cedar Jlapidi .
SI.hijc City ....
St. Paul
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Attorney Sends In Itlank with .Nota
tion that He ia Assessed In
John O. Yeiscr and County Assessor
Sluivcr may have a little argument over
the attorrey's returns. Mr. Yelser sends
in a blank on his office personally, with
I he endr. rs-nient "assess, d In lJunde."
'Jii assessor will try to see if Mr. Velser's
typewriter, desk and other office parapher
nalia cannot be rearhed In Omaha.
rhrr.ks lothlnaj t o.
Ai.nounies something entirely new for
men. Next Saturday a mun can buy a
box of six collars for Xc. I.atcl prevailing
styles. Guaranteed four-ply.
"No tongue can tell how I suffered
for five years with itching and bleeding
eczema, until l was
cured by the Cutictira
Remedies, and 1 am
o grateful I want the
world to know, for
what helped me will
help others. My body
nd face were covered
with sores. One day
it would seem to be
better, and then break
out again with the
most terrible pain and
itching. I have hen
irk several times, but never in my lu
did I experience such awful suffering
as with this eczema. I hod made up
my mind that death was near at hand,
and 1 longed for that time when I
would be at rest. I had tried many
different doctors and medicines without
success, and my mother brought me
the t'viticura Remedies, Insisting that
I try them. I began to feel better after
the tint bath with Outieura Soap, and
one application of Cuticura Ointment.
"I continued with the Cuticura fioap
and Cuticura Ointment, and have
taken four bottles of Cuticura Resolv
ent, and consider myself well. Thia
was nine years ago and I have had
no return of the trouble since. Any
person having any doubt about this
wonderful cure by the Cuticura Reme
dies can write to my address. Mrs.
Altie Etson, 03 Inn Road, Battle Creek,
Mich., Oct. 16, 1900."
The KAli Internal treatment cures I
the periodical, occasional or moderate
drinker, the habitual and excessive
drinker and the nervous man who has
to drink to keep from becoming more
nervous. It takes away all inclination
to drink, all desire and craving for
drink by neutralizing the poison of
alcohol in the system and ridding tha
blood of the poison by a rapid process
of elimination, leaving; the drinker In
the same normal condition he was ln
before tasting liquor, so far as the ef
fect of alcohol may be concerned all
appetite for drink gone and he a new
No Hypodermlo Injections
The NEALi Internal treatment effects
a perfect cure In three days without
hypodermic Injections.
A Guaranteferi Contract
A guaranteed bond and contract is
given each patient agreeing to effect a
perfect cur, or refund the money at
the md of the third day.
A Modern Treatment
CTHK for the drink habit; it is the
most modern and perfect of known
treatments, originated by a physician,
compounded by a physician, and ad
ministered by experienced physicians.
The Neal le a Physician's Cure
If you have taken a number of old
cures and gone to drinking again
worse than before, what ia the use of
takiDg another old cure? The Neal la
the latest, improved, up-to-date, only,
cure in the world.
Institute or' Home Treatment
It unable to come to the institute
send for the Home Treatment, which
is just as effective as Institute Treat
ment. Call, write or 'phone for free
book and copy of contract. Neal Insti
tute Co., 1503 South' Tenth street,
Omaha, Neb. All communications
strictly confidential. Bank reference
The suffering which Cuticura Soap
and Cuticura Ointment have alleviated
among skin-tortured, distHrured infants
nd children, and the comfort they have
afforded worn-out and worried parents
have led to their adoption in countless
home as a priaikia treatment for the
skin. Eftetua, rashea. and every form
of itching, Dui-ninj. scaly humor art
srwdily cured bv Cuticura, in the ma
jority cf cases, when all elae fai.s.
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Engraved Stationery
WmJJing invitations A nnovmcemmnti
Visiting Cm rdt
All correct forma in currsml social urae nrravod
in tha bt mnnr and punctually olivcrcd when
Embossed Moriogram Stationery
and other work raecuted at price tow at tfiaui uaually
prevail a where.
A. I. ROOT, Incorporated
1210-1212 Howard St. Pb D. 1404
Allen's Koot-Ke, tha anOeptlr) poedor. It mre
jfilrtful, aioarilng, nernu- ana Inataniljr takea
i the iMng out r vorne ana oui-ioaa. h i the irMtut
nimftkrt fitfcowrr of toe age. Alien'. Koot-Eataa ,
: ti.A..a tiai.t or naw re. aatr. li la a rrtain
Cuticura Hoep fift ) . Otnf m-iM (?fV . R-nrM I riir9 ( awrairg. iallou. awollan. lira, arhlng
latt. Always im it to Hrak In N ahoaa. Try It
I'jdev- Hold tvarywhara. Hjr mail fur Jc in tM-nee.
lhm t eerapl sty autiatitute fur KKl t trial pack
Ms a4raa alUa . Ol mat tad. I Jiiu, . X.
Vr i aid ( loco t it Coitteti pit sSe t are sold
tnrrurout tha world Foliar brn Chtm Corp.,
ton Propa . 137 Culumbtai Ave . iioaion
MarUkied )iN, Cuiicua fcttvfc oa L:
Piano Player Co. Stock
of I'lanoM, players. Player IMaiuxs
aii'l i'lano l-lnynr. Unite on sale
beginning Matunlny. May 7th, at