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THK NEE: OMAHA." MONDAY. (XT.OKER 2. 1011.
M. Ivlch, Manhattan 74
Elmhorg Hros., West Ijtwn 74.8
QUESTIONS COME IN CREWS
Kany Grow Interested in Second
Booklovers' Contest of Bee.
WISH TO KNOW WHAT TO DO
How to Knlrr Coatest, Now Attraet
1ns Great Intmil, Kaplalned to
so imijj at tir osj. tlV
Many Inquiring came to the contest
editor yesterday, after the article In yes
terday's paper on the Booklovera' con
test had been read. Most of the questions
related to entrance into the frame. The
people who -asked for Information wished
to know what they had to do In order to
enter the contest. They were told that
no entrance fee was required, and that
only needed to secure the back pictures
and purchase a catalogue. Then they
would be enrolled in the list of con
testants. The pictures may be had at
-the business offloe of The Bee for 1-ccnt
each. The catalogue sella for 25 cents.
BIk MM of Prises.
First A White Steamer automobile, a
beautiful five-passenger car, celebrated
for Its durability and speed, valued at
$M00. It Is exhibited at Prummond's,
Eighteenth and Harney streetB.
Second A ten-acre ranch in beautiful
Tehama county, California, delightful
climate, rich fruit land; value, $1,200. Full
Information concerning this land may be
had at tho office of the Trowbrldge
Uolster company in the City National
bank building, Omaha.
Third A beautiful Krell Auto-Grand
player piano (have the music of the mas
ters In j-our own home); value, $900. This
prize Is exhibited at the Dennett store.
Sixteenth and Harney street.
Fourth One lot in the business district
of Ralston, a lot 25x100 feet, on Maywood
street; value, $275. Full Information may
ba had at the office of the Ralston Town
site company, 309 South Seventeenth
Fifth In the beautiful suburban town
of Ralston, one lot in the residence por
tion. 60x120 feet; this lot is valued at $223.
Full Information may be had at the of
fices of the llalston Townslte company,
80) South Seventeenth street. Omaha.
.. ..... . 1. 1 T . 1. I. Tt..Aa aiA.M
' (twelve volumes) of Nelson's Loose-Leaf
I Encyclopedia, the encyclopedia that can
I not grow old; each set valued at $9S.
These books are exhibited at the store
of W. A. Hlxenbaugh Co., ISM St.
Ninth and Tenth Frizes These prizeB
consist of twenty-four volumes cloth
bound sets of the "Book of Knowledge."
an encyclopedia made especially for chil
dren and sold at $36 a set. This work 1b
written In simple language and Is a
"wonder book" In that It makes simple
all knowledge necessary to broad educa-
tlon. It may be seen at the Omaha office
' of W. A. Hlxenbaugh, 1814 St. Mary's
The Key to Business Buccess The Bee
Dr. O. Smerch, formerly of Benson, wu
!. visitor here last Sunday.
I William Tlndell returned Wednesday
' from a few days' trip to St. Louis, Mo.
F. L. Burapus made a business trip last
iweek to Gothenburg and Ogallala, Neb.
A dauehtee waa born to Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Beavers on Monday, September
Charlea Burmester and William Baehr
-axe In camp with the National guard at
Oeorce Bchomer of Benson and Miss
; Marie Damke of Millard were married
i W. B. Smith of the east. Is visiting at
Uth. hnma of his brother. C. B. Smith, and
August Beyer returned to his horn last
Monday after a few days' vla at the
iome of his son.
N. Q. Anderson has returned home from
B radish, Neb., where he visited, relatives
for a few weeks.
Miss Helen Non-la entertained Miss
Winifred Traynor at her home last Mon
day and Tuesday.
Miss Margaret Ware of Blair, Neb., will
be the guest of Miss Ellen. Crelghton, for
about three weeks. I
Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Brumfleld left
last Thursday evening for an extended
trip to the far east.
Miss Ellen Shields went to Omaha last
'W ednesday to attend the Brownell Hall
reception and banquet.
Rov Wolfe. E. Woods and Mr. Pratt of
. Lewellen, Neb., spent a day of the last
i week visiting la Benson.
; Mrs. Callampach of Shelby, Neb., visited
last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
i William Lebs for a few days.
I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bchroeder enter
tained at dinner last Sunday in their new
home, on West Kiggs street.
Ed and Carl Newman have returned
from a two weeks' stay in Crawford,
Neb., where they visited relatives.
Miss Beta Blrkhlmer and Bertha Wilson
were guests at the Lawrence-MoBhler
, wedding Wednesday evening in Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kuerton, formerly of
Benson, have returned from Portland,
Ore., and will live In this place again.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Grove and Mr.
and Mrs. 8. P. Barnes have returned from
a two weeks' motor trip to Bloomlngton,
Mrs. E. E. Stephens and daughter of
Wellman, la., are guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. K. J. WhlBiler lor a few
The Lutheran Tales' Aid society met
t the church last Wednesday afternoon,
Mrs. Ben Morton and guests, Mrs.
Brooks and Mrs. Piatt, spent last Thurs
day visiting In Lincoln, returning In the
The neighborhood card Club was enter
tained last week at the home of Mrs.
Theodore Williams, when twelve guests
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. 14 odder entertained
at dinner last Sunday for four guests
and Tuesday for three out-of-town gutts
at their home.
The members of the Benson Girls' club
attended the vesper services last Sunday
afternoon at the Young Men's Christian
association In Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gleason had as their
guests last week Mrs. McCrk-kard and
son of Missouri Valley, la., and Mr. and
Mrs. Seaback of Kockvtile, Neb.
A base ball game will be played this
afternoon at the ball park, under the aus
pices of the B. L. S. club, the funds to
go to the St. James orphanage.
Mr. and Mr. Babcock of Clifton Hill
have purchased the Tom Hull horn and
moved Into It last week. Mr. and Mrs.
3 lull moved Into the McOulre house.
Flwood Orove circle held a business
and social meeting at their hall last
Tuesday afternoon, and lunch was served
at three tables for members and guests.
Mrs. W. E. Baehr and Mrs. Charles
Burmester, as wives of National guard
rfficers, will be ladles of the court at
the Ak-Par-Ben ball next Friday even
ing. William H. Burton, who is private sec
retary of Senator Burton of Washington,
J). C, has been a guest of the home of
Ward and Hussell Walsh, during the
Mrs. M. P. Oould entertained about
twenty guests at her home last Wednes
day afternoon. In honor of her mother's.
Parade Too Big for
The usual rendesvous for Ak-Par-Hen
parade floats, Sixteenth street from Cum
ing to Clark, has been found too small
for marshalling the giant manufacturers'
parade of next Tuesday, which will con
sist of thirty-six floats, nearly double
the number of the electrical parade floats.
So twenty floats will be assembled on
Sherman avenue north of Nicholas, nine
on Itard between Sixteenth and Eight
eenth and seven on Cuming between Fif
teenth and Sixteenth.
The parade will start at 2 o'clock sharp
and take the following route: Start at
Sixteenth and Cuming, south on Six
teenth to Douglas, east on Pouglas lo
Eleventh, south on Eleventh to Farnam,
west on Farnam to Nineteenth, south on
Nineteenth to Harney, east on Harney to
Sixteenth, south on Sixteenth to Leaven
worth and countermarch to Sixteenth and
Howard, east on Howard to Fifteenth,
north on Fifteenth to Capitol avenue and
General Chairman George H. Kelly has
hod turned over to him by the Knights
of Ak-Sar-Ben the three prizes for the
most artistic floats. These are gold,
sliver and bronze medals of sufficiently
large size to frame In their plush cases.
Cash prises of iM, K and $20 are offered
by the Omaha Manufacturers' association
for the best three floats from a mechani
cal standpoint. No one float will be
awarded more than one prize. The
awards will be made by two secret com
Peanuts and Cotton
Grow Well in Omaha
Commissioner Guild's office at the Com
mercial club looks something like a
county fair and the most striking feature
of It is that the products, all grown In
Omaha, are grown ordinarily in the far
south. When Chairman George E. Haver
stick of the club executive committee
dropped in Saturday, he asked If the
office had been made Into a land show.
A big bag of pea,:' is from W. 8.
Wright's suburban home in Faiiacres re
posed In one corner, while in another
stands a cotton plant, leaves, open bolls
and all, grown on North Twenty-third
street by Henry Williams, a Commercial
"There is a pot of money in peanuts,"
said Mr. Wright, "for the reason that our
soil Is well adapted to raising them and
everybody I know, eats peanuts. I am
thinking of forming a company to raise
peanuts on a large scale."
FARMER SLUGGED IN HEAD
Martin Gordon Knocked Down When
lie Walks Along- the
Martin Gordon of Fremont was slugged
while at the corner of Fourteenth and
Davenport streets last night. Two men
ran up behind him and attacked him with
a lead pipe and then escaped. He Is not
Gossip from Omaha's Suburban
Mrs. Bowers, sixty-second blrthda.y an
niversary. A delightful time was spent
and the guest of honor was remembered
by a number of pretty presents. One
guest, Mrs. Osborn, was 87 years of age.
W. H. Tlndell, r.. returned home
Wednesday from Pelevan, 111., where he
attended the wedding of his brother.
Ernest Tlndell, and Miss Qretchen
Miss Eva Brugeman of Benson and
James Betts of Benson were married last
Wednesday. Mlfcs Weeta Uetts and Oscar
Brugeman were the attendants. Mr. and
Mrs. Belts will reside near Klkhorn.
Services will be resumed at the Metho
dist church today, for the new confer
ence year. Rev. Mr. Atack has returned
for the third year, and Mr. Packard of
Omaha will be choir leader for the year.
A pleasant surprise party was given
Mrs. Carl Meyers, in honor of her birth
day anniversary. About twenty guests
were present. Oames, music and dainty
refreshments were the program ot the
Mr. and Mrs. Don Bean of Lyons, Neb.,
Mrs. Kay Meyers of Omaha and Mrs.
Hoy Ireland of Craig, Neb., and Miss
Mable Kobb of Omaha, were guests at
dinner last Sunday at the home of Mrs.
Ernest Tlndell and Miss Qretchen
Cheney of Delevan, 111., were married last
Tuesday at the home of the bride's par
ents. It was a quiet home affair. After
a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Tlndell will
reside In Benson.
W pleasant surprise party was given
last Friday evening for Al Knud
aen. The occasion was ih honor of his
birthday anniversary, a good time was
had by about twenty guests, and a dainty
lunch was served.
'lTsses Tilly and Josephine Bonde, en
tertained at a oomlo masque ball at their
home at Krug park. The cafe was lit
up with Japanese lanterns for the oc
casion and an elegant lunch was served
to about thirty guests.
Ward and Russell Walsh entertained
Monday evening in honor of their guest,
William Burton of Washington, I. C.
The guests of the evening were: Andrea
Mansion, Koscoe Wolfe, Glen Bliss, Heber
Harvey, Otto LHJentolpe. Jacob Gehrig,
William Burton, Ward and Russell Walsh.
The Methodist Ladles' Aid society met
at the home of Mrs. F. E, Young last
Wednesday afternoon, and the work of the
new season was taken up, and fine re
ports of the last year were given. Offi
cers Here elected as follows: President,
Mrs. E. E. Hoffman; vice president, Mrs.
W. M. Yarton; secretary, Mrs. F. E.
Young; treasurer, Mrs. 8. P. Barnes.
Mr. Kolle has almost completed hit,
P. J. Boysen has purchased a new 30-40
The city council will meet at the city
hall Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Joseph Kudlas was taken very 111
last Saturday, but Is Improving rapidly.
Mrs. 3. L. Houston waa the guest of
Mrs. Frederick Teal In Omaha Wednes
day. F. Q. Ahlqulst has started the erection
of a new 13,0u0 residence Just west of
William Thompson returned to his
studies at the University of Nebraska
The Bridge club met at the home of
Mrs. J. B. Brlsbln on East Stat street
John Nicholson has purchased the John
Brother place on Bluff street, for a con
sideration of 11,800.
Miss Christina Thomson of Florence
and John Bonner of Webb City, la., were
The Royal Neighbors of America will
hold their next regular meeting at their
ball Tuesday evening.
The Florence Odd Fellows have leased
Cole's hall for one year and will move
In the first of the week.
Ram Thomas, who recently sold his
place on Elk street, has moved to his
new place on Bluff street.
C. N. Nethaway has moved from De
sota to Florence, where he will engage
in the real estate business.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hirlhllng and Mr
snd Mrs. K. L. Plats were guests of Mrs.
Viola Pettlt Saturday evening.
The guild of the Episcopal church met
with Mrs. A. Orlffin at her home on
Main street, Wednesday afternoon.
Thieves broke Into the store of Charlss
TAFT MAKESJllT IN IOWA
President's Visit Shows That Fac
tional Differences Exaggerated
MUCH PLEASED WITH RECEPTION
Probability .That lama Pelrgatlon
to Repabllcan 'atloaal Con.
cation W ill he Selected
at Primary Ktectlon.
PES MOINES. Oct. 1 (Speola..) The
visit of the president to Iowa has again
demonstrated, according to the keenest
observers, that the much advertised fac
tionalism In the republican party Is
largely In the newspapnrs, and that It
has little foundation. At every point,
so it has been stated by those who were
so fortunate as to be able to accompany
the president's train, the committees on
reception Included both progressives and
others and both factions vied with each
other In showing courtesies to the dis
tinguished guest. At no place In the state
was this union of lenders of both sides
more marked than here. Senator Cum
mins and ex-Srnntor Young had equal
share in the reception. The whole affair
was handled from a strictly nonpartisan
standpoint and democratwere numerous
In the various committees having charge
of affairs. The publishers of the two
dally newspaper hei-e.' both of which are
strong for the renominatlon of President
Taft, were on the reception committee,
and also the editor of the one paper that
Is opposing the renominatlon of the presi
dent. The crowd which greeted the presi
dent In the Coliseum was a fine one and
gave him respectful attention, in fact at
no time nor place nor In any manner
was there any disposition to show the
president either discourtesy or neglect.
Primary to Select Delegates.
It is regarded as almost certain that
the matter of the choosing of the Iowa
delegation to the republican national con
vention will be by the primary system,
In the form of a volunteer primary ar
ranged by the state committee. Almost
every county In Iowa was familiar with
the volunteer primary system prior to the
legalization of primaries in Iowa. ij'.nie
time In July the movement for a ifirect
primary for delegates to the national con
vention was broached by avowed friends
of the president, and after a few weeks
of agitation it waH taken up by editors
at Iowa City, Burlington, Nevada and
Des Moines, and It has been approved
by representative republicans of both fac
tions. Of course, both those who favor
a delegation for the president and those
who favor an unlnstructed delegation
believe that they will win; but the main
fact Is that practically all the candidates
for state and other offices want to get
the presidential matter removed as far
as possible from the regular state pri
mary. It is almost as certain as can be
that In case of a presidential primary
delegates will be selected who are pledged
for the renominatlon of Taft. But the
matter will have to be arranged by com
mon consent of all factions.
Delegates returning from the grand
Clure on Monday night, and after going
through the cash register, desk and har
ness goods, left without taking anything
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Griffith enter
tained a number of their Omaha friends
at their home on Fifth street Thursday
George Comstock of Omaha, who re
cently purchased five acres In the west
part of the city, will move there on
Most of the lodges of the city have
declared their meeting off for the coming
week on account of the Ak-Sar-Ben
parades In Omaha.
The seniors of the high Bchool gave
a 'big feed" at the city hall Tuesday
evening and fed about 200 people, realiz
ing a neat sum for their treasury.
Dr. Prichard returned from Sioux
City, where he captured several ribbons
at the stock shew. He also made sev
eral tales of his Poland-China hogs.
Gerald Manclnnl has completed his ce
dent contract in Dundee and leaves Mon
day for Harlan, Ja.. where he has a
Job that will take him three or four
weeks to complete.
In order to take care of the enormous
fropf. tomatoes that Is being harvested
the Florence Canning factory Is running
a run rorce. The canning company has
a forty-sere field of tomatoes, which Is
in im bltf 'l of P'c"""- to harvest,
in addition to the wagon loads the farm
ers are bringing In.
h n2 K?n'n-ton club met at the
home of Mrs. Johnson Wednesday after
noon. The guests of honor were. Mrs
Larsen and Miss Wenti. Those present
J6' MrJlamelU JttsI,eon. Brodersen,
.J.n o?' Aflbfch- Raymond. Ijirsen. John
son, ova, Letovsky and Miss Wents. Mrs
Ove will entertain the women at her
home the next meeting.
a a JmProvemnt club
pllshed much good for the vicinity north
"L Flornce- It now has under con
sideration the building of a basket
factory and other big projects.
wLh"; 5Tilc"f ,?Vlsht' wlfa of Iroy
M-f ,.le1. at 'family residence on
Main street Monday morning from
cancer of the liver. The burial took
Place from the residence to lim Euls
copal church, where Rev. Cannon
Marsh was In charge of the services.
Interment was In Forest Lawn ceme
tery. Mrs. Wight was 64 years of age.
The Fraternal Order of Eagles have
moved Into their new rooms In the
Minardi building, which they have fixed
up very prettily snd Installed new
furniture In the club rooms which sre
more commodious than those formerly
occupied. They have In contemplation
for the coming winter a series of enter
tainments that promise much social
The Florence Athletics closed the sea
son lsst Sunday by winning two games,
making a record for the season of
twenty-five games won out of thirty
two games played. As the team Is com
posed of boys In their teens and they
have played some of the best amateur
teams of Omahs their record Is some
thing to be proud of. The boys will put
In the winter at athletic stunts In order
to keep In trim for next season when they
expect to equal or better their record of
The Enterprise club of Florence,
which Is virtually the Commercial rluh,
la making arrangements for a -two days'
celebration on November t and 4. It
has contracted with the theater to give
free admissions to all who come to
town on that day, besides having sev
eral other features to attract the
crowd, among vhlch Is a balloon
ascension. In the evening there will be
a dance. Refreshments will be served
II day. This club has only been in ex
istence a short while, but Is very active
In promoting the welfare of Florence.
William Lonergan, president of the
Douglas County Agricultural society, en
tertained the boys, who won the prizes
In the public school garden contest In
June at his home northwest of town.
Mr. Innergan was the Juilge of vege
tables In the contest, and Is very much
Interested In this work on the farm. The
boys in charge of secretaries Turner and
Flower, of the Young Men's Christian
association went to the farm Saturday
afternoon, walking the rive miles north
west from the end of the Florence rar
line. At the farm they were given much
Interesting Informatlop about farm life.
sveninV "'Jk, "cf !!ch001 noU8e Monday
evening. This club Is unique In that
LnHmrnb7",hl, made "P
Bntlrelv of f.rmr. k., v.
lodse of the tow a Knighta of Pythias
at Dubuque, Insist that the convention
there was one of the most harmonious
in the history of tho order and it has
demonstrated that the dissensions of the
past are practlcaly ended. There was
no bitter contest for official positions,
though two ticket were put up ami
voted for. tlrand Chancellor A. I..
Wlweke elected by a ote of 17 to
JK! for 1 J. Martin. The two supreme
representatives were re-eleoted. M.
Murphy receiving 4: and C. C. Powell,
tM. while F. L. Ferris received 29. The
reports all showed that tho Iowa lodge
Is prospering and gaining members
Taft rieaaca All Persons.
Everyone now agrees that President
Taft was unusually adroit In his ad
dresses In Iowa and that he succeeded
admirably In avoiding anything that
would give occasion for widening the
slight breach in the party in this state.
HI address at Waterloo wua a resume
of other addresses and covered most
of the points about which there hnd
been dlscuslon. In this city he spoke
solely upon the arbitration treaties, which
was a topic not calculated to arouse
any antagonism from any source. But
It was not so much his speeches that
pleased as It wns his affablo manner
and tho democratic simplicity of his
whys. Ho pleased everyone personally.
This was remarked upon In regard to
his Grant club breakfast here, where
ho took occasion to talk of the commis
sion form of government and to compli
ment Pes Mines on Its government and
city officials. He also gave time to
shaking hands with all who were present
at the dinner.
President la Satisfied.
"President Taft told me ho was highly
pleased with the reception which he
received in Iowa," said Governor Car
roll, upon his return this morning from
accompanying the president to the Mis
souri state line. "The president believes
that he has touched the sentiment of
the sta'.e and that tho reception accorded
him in the various cities and towns
is typical of the feeling of the people
of this state.
"Members of his party who have been
with him on all the trip and are com
petent to estimate the crowds, figure
that the president saw and was seen
by 176.000 people during his trip across
Iowa. The crowds are estimated as fol
lows: Council Bluffs, 2,000; Denlnson,
4,000; Fort Dodge, 16,000; Webster City.
lf.,000; Cedar Falls, 2,000; Waterloo,
26.000; email towns en route. 10,OX;
Des Moines, tt.OOO; Knoxville, 12.000;
Albla, 10,000; Ottumwa, 25,000; Bloom
field, 6,000; small towns yesterday,
1,000. Total 176.000.
Prepare to lf.ntrrtalu Teachers.
Preparations are being made by the
Commercial club to take care of 7,000
school teachers who will come to Dea
Moines from all parts of tho state to at
tend the annual convention of the Iowa
School Teachers' association, which will
be held here November 9, 10 and 11.
Information bureaus will be established
to direct the visitors over the city and
efforts to get a sufficient number of
products and machinery. They visited
the melon patch, apple orchard and grape
vineyard, and came away laden Internally
and externally with the spoils. Mr.
lionergan says that he expects to re
peat the Invitation again next year.
Mrs. D. E. Lynds of Chicago Is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. W. 11. Plndcll.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ferguson entertained
several guests at Happy Hollow Tuesday
Miss Luclle Henzle entertained Monday
at her hoine In honor of her birthday an
niversary. Mrs. C. S. I lay ward entertained one of
the large luncheon parties at Happy Hol
Mrs. J. O. Iverson entertained a few
friends at an Informal wattle breakfast
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Johnston enter
tained eight guests at dinner at Happy
Hollow last evening.
Dr. and Mrs. Henry B. I.emere enter
tained seven guests at dinner at Happy
Hollow Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Evans of West
uooge street gave a lamlly supper party
at Happy Hollow last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hay ward of Vinton.
Ia., are the guests of their son, Myron
Hayward, and Ids wife at bu0 Cats street.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Benson entertained
at dinner Tuesday evening at Happy Hol
low club. Covers were laid for twenty
two. Mrs. H. B. Opper died last' Sunday after
a Drier niness at her home on Fiftieth
ana t urning streets, interment was at
Mrs. Henry C. Van Gibson was a euest
fSaturday at a large luncheon given by
mr. u. rummer at trio Country club.
Mrs. Joseph Polcar entertained at
luncheon Thursday at lianuv Hnlli.w
for Mrs. William Malouey. Covers were
laid lor twelve.
Mrs. W. P. Warner gave an Informal
afternoon tea Monday for Mrs. McCand
less, and her house guest. Mrs. It, E.
Evans of Dakota City, Neb.
Miss Mary Johnson had as guests at
luncheon Thursday at Happy -Jiollow:
Miss Grace Hlabaugh, Mlhs Katherlne
Culber and Miss Eleanor McGllton.
At supper at Happy Hollow last Sun
day Mrs. Nellie Havens had seven guesfs:
Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Pulcur, two; and
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Klmberly, two.
Austin Dodds has sons to Arkan
sas on business. During his absence of
several weens. Mrs. Dodds will slay with
her mother, Mrs. Joseph J. Lassope.
Mrs. F. W. Blabaugh and Mrs. K. O.
Hamilton were Dundee guests at two
of the largest luncheons given Thursday
Dy umua women at nappy iionow.
Edward, the 1-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. v. Koblns. 6013 Capitol avenue.
died last Sunday at the residence. The
body was taken to Huron, 8. P., fur
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Rush gave a family
dinner party Wednesday In honor of the
lorty-nrst wedding anniversary of Mr
and Mrs. W. J I, Plndell, Mrs. Rush's
Dundee people entertaining st dinner
at Happy Hollow last Saturday were Mr.
and Mrs. w. U. Selby, Mr. and Mrs
George Sumner and Mr. and Mrs. C. S
Hayward of Falracres.
The last meeting of the year of the
imnuee nowung club was hold Wednes
day at Happy Hollow. The tmpliv for
making the highest score of the year, a
gold neck chain, was awarded to Mrs.
E. A. Benson.
Mrs. J. J. Dodds entertained at lunch
eon Thursday at her home the following
guests. Mesdames P. L. Johnson, K. II.
Westerfleld. J. H Orange, F. E. Main,
J. K. Podds. B. II. Sinclair. W. K. Kll-
gore of Eldorado, Kan., and Miss May
In honor of Mrs. If. E. McCandless,
who Is leaving to make l.er home In In.
(liana, Mrs. P. L. Johnson entertulned the
following women at luncheon Wednes
day: Mesdames Mi-Candle.-.-!.. N. Hath
away, Mary Crosby, p. J. Iiarr, Charles
w. uragg. I'ooiiiue and fJ. C. Hopkins.
Mr. and Mis. 11. J. Paul of St. Paul,
Neb., on their honeymoon trip, were tli
guests during part of the week of Mr.
and Mrs. P. I.. Johnson. Mrs. Paul, nee
Miss Carrie Cobey, Is a nltxe of Mrs
Johnson and has veiled Dundae several
rooms to house the dclcgntcs will be
Frank Smart of Parnpott. la , Is presi
dent of tho association.
llnsta of io llnmnue WnlM.
Tho two dnmiKc sulls commenced a
week ago by the N. M. Stark Bridge
company nunlnM owners of the Pes
Moines Cnpltal and Pes Moines l:eKlster'
and lender, promise that the whole mat
ter of the connection bet ween the use of
the bridge funds and the heavy expenses
of the taxpayers In this county will he
Investigated. The claims for d images
ate bused on sundry statements to the
effect thnt the contracts for practically
all the bridge work In the county hae
gone to the Stark company for several
years, coupled with Inlluiations of ettrav
aKauco In the handling of the funds.
The articles were based on suits brought
by the Commercial rluh against the
board of supervisors.
In tilrl Fstahllshea Town.
Miss Winnie Ithondrs. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. I M Bhomles of Leon, who
recently took a claim in Custer county.
Montana, across the line twenty-five
miles from Helle Fourchr, S. P., Is pre
paring to erect n store building on her
land and Is also arrani;iii; with the-post-orflce
department for the establishment
of n postofflce at that point. She In
tends lo call the new postofflce Hhoades'
and expects to soon have a thriving little
village eslahlshed upon her land. Miss
nhoadr had been teaching school In
South Pakota and last spring, with a
girl friend, went Into Montana where
they took up claims
Insnrniiec Coiutinnlrs Itefnse.
Insurance companies doing a fraternal
business hut organized outside of Iowa
are. In rebellion against the lowi laws,
so the Insurance department reports. The
last legislature provided they should file
with tho state auditor a written power of
attorney so that service could ho secured
upon them In the courts of this state In
caso of any disagreement with n policy
holder. Several of them have been asked
definitely to do so and all have thus far
refused to pay nny attention to the new
law. Some steps will he taken to com
pel them to comply or go out of business
In Iowa. These nie the fraternal com
panies which are not required to organ
ize under tho Insurance laws of the state.
.There w-bs filed with the secretary of
state today the articles for Hie Manhat
tan Realty company of Sioux Cltf, llOO.Ono
capital; also the Benedict Flour and Feed
company, Marshalltown. $;i.onti. and the
Nashua Power company, capital, $Jl,ax.
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taste slct jjf LJ
IJ III III ! tecd i" P" beer f I
That Made M Uwmlm Famous
SCHLITZ BEER DELIVERED IN PLAIN WAGONS BY
MILLER LIQUOR CO., 1309 Farnam St. ?!",
REPORT ON OMAHA'S DAIRIES
Inspector Bossie Submits His Record
for Month of September.
MANY HIGH SCORES ARE MADE
line's Percentage Is Nearly tT, and
Nearly Half of the I'.ntlre
1. 1st ;ct a Marklasj
Claude F. Bossie, city dairy Inspector,
has made the following report on Omaha
dairies for September:
,.. M i
OTHKIt PA 1 HI lis.
Name and Palry.
tle Jensen, Pleasant Hill
J. Peterson, Fontenelle
Peter Jensen. Kngle
P. N. Winter, lliverslde
James MIlKiwd, Central
I .hi s Nelson. Lake Nakoma
M. t Jensen, Nebraska
.Icppsrti Hiiis., Elgin Sanitary...
Nornard Hros , I'nlon Sanitary..
P. II. Moss. Crescent Sanitary...
Jim Anderson, Forest Lawn
C. II. Ilowley. Next Poor
Sam Soiensen. Keystone
I'. ChrlMrnsen. West Kenson....
Christ Frost. Jerseyvllle
Ciuston Johnson. Lakeside
A Fleilln. FJellln
.lesson Itros., People's
' 'III Islensen Co., Elgin
Mrs. Chrli-tlne Nielsen
IV Soiensen. Center Street
Frank Nufer, Pellolt
II I. tllbbs
M. Peterson. Peterson
A. II. Osborne, Consumer's
... Nil .1
. .. Nt.U
. .. .f
. .. 8.).0
. . . MS
Farm M s
Neldenherg A Iirsen, N. Oma.
I' red Hitter
W. Anderson, Excelsior
Svenson Hros , wn pacific
Hans Kniiilsen, Knuilsen
Horn & II .forth. Hoist
II. P. Hansen
A. Nonhiiilst. Lincoln Avenue
.1. P. Johnson, Spring Garden
P. N. Hansen
C. Peterson, Standaril
A. M. Larson, Itivervlew Park
Axel Carlson. Keystone Park
C. Auaard. Omaha
Peterson Hros , Twin City
George Peterson. Griffin Grove
A. P. Grobeck. Spring Lake Park..
SO . 7
Anderson Carter Lake
Cnrnecr, Melrose Hill
F. Anderson, Puritan
Jensen. Maple Orove
K. Nelson. Carter Park
Hen M. Jensen. Mlackberry Avenue
'. .lorgesen. Walnut Hill
Charles Post, West Omaha
taste sometimes dc
tected in pure beer
the result of exposing it
Light starts decay even in pure beer. Dark
glass gives protection against light.
Schlitz is brewed in absolute cleanliness
cooled in filtered air then it is aged for months,
to prevent biliousness, then filtered through white
wood pulp then every bottle is sterilized, and
delivered to you in brown bottles, thus protect
ing Schlitz purity from the brewery to your glass.
C. P. Johnson. Concordia Park 74.1
A. P. Pnmgard 74.1
J. N Nelsen, Elniwood Park 73 0
H. F.llesen 73 0
Anton Chrlstensen, Sanitary 7?
Frank Vasd. City 72.1
Carl If Jensen, Western 72 3
C. A. Hansen 72.
C. M. Chrlstensen 72. a
C. '.arson 71
N. P. Nelson 71 .7
C. Peterson. Country Club '71. S
P. Shennln. North Benson 71.1
J. L. Hnmhlln "O X
P. .1. Chrlstensen West Podge 70 4
C. M. Jneobsen, Mayberrv Avenue 70 t
Julius Clausen. Inter-Slnte J 1
C. L. Chrlstensen 7 J
Says Mr, Schmoller
One of the most remarkable condition
noticed by W. H. Schmoller of the
Schmoller & Mueller Piano company on
a recent tour of Europe, from which he
has Just returned, was the commercial
and Industrial prosperity of Germany. He
had never seen such prosperity In that
country, he said, and cities all over the
empire, especially the larger cities, are
erecting large numbers of new buildings.
Mr. Schmoller stsrted for Carlsbad, hut
so Improved In health before he reached
there thot he decided not to go, but to
spend his time In sightseeing Instead. He
traveled through Germany, Switzerland.
Italy and France. In Milan he visited
the famous cathedral arnl art gallery and
in Swltserland stopped at Montreux. a
beautiful rest-cure resort on Lake
Geneva, and at Geneva, where he saw
the birthplace of Rousseau and the castle
of Voltaire. In Herlin ho heard several
Wagnerian operas In the Royal opera
house and some of the new operettas.
"I was In Paris about the time the
Moroccan question was ot Its height and
there was great excltment along the
boulevards when it was reported that the
Germans hnd started to Invade France."
said Mr. Schmoller. "I have since read
that the paper which started the report
was fined heavily."
Mr. Schmoller met President Haarmann
of the Haarmann Vinegar and Pickle com
pany In Germany.
Most Wnnderfnl Healing
After suffering many years with a sore.
Amos King, Port Hyron. N. Y., was cured
by Hucklen's Arnica Salve. For sale
by Heaton Drug Co.
Persistent Advert sing Is the Road to
to the light.
If you knew what
we know about beer
you would say "Schlitz
Schlitz in brown
Set that crtwn tr cork
is branded "ScAlitz"
rilOflCSl P""Plo 1697
"tSl Independent A 63
Schlitz Bottled Beer Depot
23 b. 9U1 St., Omaha, Nebr.
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