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HIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 3, 1912.
AFFAIRS ATJOUTH OMAHA
Republicans to Join in Rally for
State and County Tickets.
BIG MEETING FOR TONIGHT
Wnrrt Clubs of Cltr IIv Annotincrtl
IVlIllnKnmN o Join In Olrlirn
tlon niul Work on Hrbnlf
Republicans throughout the city rtfcrd
loss of partv differences will meet to
night at the rtedmcn's hall for a frran'l
ra'ly before election. Leader of the pro
mvMlve movement and members of the
rrK ;ar republican wines of the party
lae been worklns for Home days In an
f rn to Ret all to concentrate upon
state and county ticket. Oeorje
ISNwer, state committeeman for the
rcR lir. and Dmca McCulloch, state
ccm nlttceman for tho progressives,
rr-.lder.t H. C. Murphy of the Poutn
O it aha Itrpubllcnti club, and A. II. Mor
dent of the progressives, together with
lrank Koutsky of the regulars, who wa
Annnini-! n.,.r.r for ihm m.ir.
have organued a meeting that Is ex-
petted to bring out a big crowd tonight
when the candidates will be present to
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campaign discussed. There win be an
old fiddlers' contest and the big F.agle
band from the local aerie wltl furnish
the music The old fiddlers were se
cured from the Elks' entertainment lost
Republican word clubs throughout the
city have been notified and special no
tices have been sent out to the registered
republicans to attend the meeting which
will be held In Iledmen's hall on Twenty-fourth
street between N ajid O streets.
The meeting is set for tho hour of 8, but
all are urged to bo present a little while
before that hour to enjoy the street
demonstration. Many democrat Who
bare signified their derire to bo presenv
are also Invited to attend the turnout.
The names of the chief speakers will be
announced today. They will probably be
men from Omaha or from out In .the
George Norrls, republican nominee for
the United States senate, spent part of
the day In South Omaha yesterday.
John IL Morehead, democratic candidate
Tor governor of tho state, was also In
town. Both men made speeches at the
stock yards and throughout the city at
different points and times.
NorrJs was accompanied by Charles
Bcarr. a Ufe lone friend and former
roommate In the days of long ago. Ben-
tnr Morxhiut mldn-fi nvitnd small
aor Morehead addressed Mverai smau
audiences throughout the city, the last
being a number of men at the Wilson
club rooms, where the suave "Jawn J."
oarcely mustered a baker's dosen of the -
faithful, it was the samo at the Al
bright democratio club, where Jerry
Jloward, the domocratlo standby and
strongest and best liked Wilson sup
jtorter In town, did the honors.
Morehead men are worried over the local
situation. It la conceded that Jerry How
ard alone Is ablo to go before all classea
of democrats throughout the city without
causing antagonism. It was asserted that
Morohcad hod made a mlatako by visit
ing the Wilson club headquarters, where
GUUn has a difficulty tn making oven a
scant attendance-. GUUn, In fact, Is said
to bo the disturbing element among the
democrats. "Doc" Tanner, domocratlo
candidate for the state senate, Is In bod
because he Is sold (o have supported
ailUn for Uie state oommlttcw over Tom
Hc-ctor. Hector's friends say that the
Omaha democrats are now persuaded a
Mistake was made In confiding' the leader
ship to GUUn. Tanner himself, his friends
say, Is done for politically unless the up
town democrats poll a landslide. Ills lat
est platform Is to rake up tho S o'clock
law. annexation and other old questions.
which ho Is accused of having handled
carelessly when In the senate last time.
Tanner la Wrong.
Bald a strong democrat and a leader
In one of the packing houses last night:
"Tanner Is In wrong witn tho laboring
men and with the corporations both. The
laboring men blame him for having as
sisted In making tho city charter mess
that has shut down all tho publlo Im
provements. The Union labor clause of
the charter, which Increased the pries of
paving contracts to the city on the score
tt better wages to tho union men, is
recognised as having ben a hoax ui far
as the worklngtnen go, who never re
ceived a dollar mors tn wages, though the
contractors got Increased money from the
A. C. Pan coast, republican candidate
for the senate. Is, on the contrary, grow
lng la popularity with everyone In South
Omaha, Irrespective of party. At a meet
ing held In tho stock yards yesterday
Paacoast was given a very cordial reoep-
tlsn by the stockmen and employes of
the yards and exchange. Pan coast made
a splendid talk to Ids audience, telling
that he stood for the best Interest of I
Omaha and South Omaha. Among the !
PeUan people he has long been popular ,
taft4 the Bohemians and Germans are
showing themselves In favor of a mun I
t who tells them plainly that he will be J
In servant of others.
Voat Hall Team Crippled.
Bouth Omaha Uleti school will o Into
tho battle with Nebraska City today In
a crippled condition. That the team is
not up to the mark appeared at a mass
'meeting yesterday morning In (he high
school auditorium when Coach Patten
called for volunteers to recruit the foot
ball squads of the different teams In
cluding the first loam. Since taking
charge of the team Coach Pttten has
had difficulty In breaking the men Into
training and practice work. There is
admittedly good material on the team,
but the boys have been unused to the
g ueMntr practice of regular training and
Individualism continually crops out It
Is expected, however, that Patten will
round his men Into good shape In the
For today's game at Armour park
many of the older lads of the team it I i
expected will turn in and redeem their de
feat of lust Saturday. Several of the good
men were out of practice fnr a few days
Tteee include Sullivan, O'Connors and
Sbcehey. Nixon was on the field every
day although nursing a broken nose.
Coach Patten will not decide upon the
lineup until some time today. The game
will start at t p. tn. sharp at Armour's
park, T.hlry-nlnth and Q streets.
Will Us Pencil Injured.
William Powell, k stockman at tin
Union Stock yards, received a painful In
Jury yesterday afternoon when his horse
fell on him and strained his left ankle.
Dr, E. J. Bhanahan attended the In
jured man. Powell resides at the MlUer
Miss Edith Merrtman. Thirteenth and
Boulevard streets, 'entertained her little
friends at a Hallowe'en party Thursday
evening. Painty refreshments were
served. Those present were!
Misses Cora Torcy. Louise Brandrtead,
Mary llollls, Irene Severs, Margaret
Christian, Marie McCarthy, Orace Uem
erst, Vivian Howe, Lillian Hodgen,
Kvelyn Dross, Florence Anderjen, Hilda
Ilusby, Arden llergqulst, Anna Hoffman,
ISdlth Merrtman; Masters lelorst Curry,
Klmer Strom, John Dee, Wallace Dee,
Hugh Hedgen, Ilobe t Thompson, Emit
Thompson, Gordon Iloberts
NrtT Plnyhuusr to Oprn.
South Omaha's new playhouse, the
Orpheum, at Twenty-fourth and M streets,
will open Its doors for the first time
iiunday afternoon with a vaudeville Mil
of five eatohy acts. The new playhbUre
1 of the regular Orpheum sty.e tlioui.n
on a different circuit The prices will be
19 and cents. The bill for the lint part
of the week will consist of the Zemorla
family, acrobat. The Mlllards, comedy
and musical; Tremont and Cor, French
Canadian entertainers; Powder and Cap
man, song- and dance; Hone Ltato:, ringer
a,uJ contortionist. Moving pictures.
uvenurea uy uaoicira orchestra.
IJrown 1'aik lilble school meets at
9: a. m
Sunday school services at Hillsdale
L.b.o school at 2:39 p. m.
Epworth lcaguo will meet at IJraas
claKel l u- The subject Is "The
At,"lr"n.?1 Character,' Miss Fern
i-udj will lead.
The pastoia of tho various ohurchea of
Mouth Omaha wlil preach on "Christian
u,zenB."lp,V unCtr 1,10 "Plcea of the
"wiimuB v.nrj.un lempciunce union.
ftit liupilni ciiuroii, 'iwenty-flil
) I UtreeU, Itov. C
T. llsley, I'astor
uible school at .,
Subject of tnurnlng
ermon, ' (Jtol CttUenshiU. ' Vouim uoo-
Peja meeting at 6;. Evening service at
Hulnt Martin's Episcopal, Itev, Harold
Unwood ilowan. llector Holy com
munion at I a. in.; Sunday school at 10
a ro.; holy communion and sermon at
11 a. m.; evonlng prayer and address at
Lefler Memorial Church, Fifteenth and
Madison Streets, Itev. T. A. Uagslmw,
Pastor Sunday sellout at 10. The pastor's
nubjtct for the morn.i.g hour of worship,
"A Hive of Uees." bpworth leugue at
Ki w K,ulk wU1 rMA t8 meoilng.
A Young- Man wit ha Vision" will bo
ilio evening subject.
First Christian church. , Twenty-third
and I streeU, Hev. W. J. Hastle, pastor.
uiuie scnooi ui ju o ciook. t'reaching and
communion at U a. m. Tho subject fur
th morninr ..rmnn i. a i.. i.. ,
Unseen World." Chilstlan Hndeavvr will '
meet at ;) p. m. Tho subject for tho I
-How?' f Wr,P " "A C,,n CUJ I
The First Methodist Episcopal church
o -Uii, uiiiulm, wit, liolu services In Odd
Fellows' hall opposite the postufflce, Sun- i
day school at :4S a. m. and rmblln wnr
ship at U o'olock. Subject of morning
discourse. "A Good Man's Attltudo To
ward the Liquor Traffic" Epworth
Iraguo meeting at Dross' chapel at 0;U
Ht. Luke's Lutheran church. Twenty
fifth and K streets. Itev. H. H. Yerian
pastor. Sunday school services at m
m- Morning service at II o'clock. Sub-
Jcct of thg Mrmon , ,ht , u ,
tlotis of Pastor. Church. Council and
Congregation." Tho newly electod church
?lc,er" .will be Installed t this survlco
H" ffi MKwAr':VX
of officers will take place.
uiass meets at 4 p. m.
Music City llorrllns; t.eamic.
PETERS UN'S 1CANDY 1C1DB.
Hunt 191 2iH 151
Fagsrberg 13 1W m
Petersen Ul ... ,,.
Winters ISt 179 143
Franclsoo lw ino nu
McDonald ,. ... ics lei
Totals 911 m Sll
JETTIflll'H GOLD TJOPH.
BriKg m 171 im
Chadd 1X7 ISO 183
Koch .k.. 191 1U 1U
FlUtforatd m IV) 1K3 Utf
Hall .A 203 211 133 U3
Totals 1... tot MO tin ? ni
Handicap 35 20 20 76
Totals ; , &U flip R22 3,033
POLITICAL FORUM AT THE
FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH
Under the auspices of United Fellow
ship a political forum will be held Bun.
day evening In the 'First Unitarian
church. Seventeenth and Cass streets,
when the following speakers will discuss
their favorite presidential candidates:
F. M. Currle. "Why I Am for Taft."
Byron a. Burbank, "Why I Am for
W. J. Woodrough, "Why I Am for
Dr. Harold Q If ford. "Why I Am for
The meeting is open to the public.
Speaking begins at t o'clock sharp. W.
F. Baxter will preside.
Every woman should feel a Iceoh interest in tho now Bien Jolie Grecian-Treco Corsets.
Through the unusual flexibility of its knitted material, tho GrecinnTreco giveB a grace
ful contour to tho figure that looks perfectly nature-given. Smooth hips without seams or
strips, fitting over the figure liko tho skin. Imparts modish figure lines with an exhilarating
freedom and suppleness. . ',
Wo direct attention to our special Hormonsa D C (T
A Remarkable New Corset Showing
We also feature in our
world renownod corsets:
La Reims Corsets
Orkin's Special Milla Corsets. Complete Line of Corset Accessories
Visit oir beautiful new corset department. Every corset just arrived for our opening.
VOTING MACHINE UP TO COURT
County Auditor of Polk County Sub
ject of Suit.
WANT BLANKET VOTE AGAIN
SlrlUr of Trnmstern In Tr Mnlnrs
JVenr Sf'tlcnirnt, One of t.rjtest
Trnnufcm Conipnnlra Slwn- S
Iiib the Scheilnle.
(From a Ptaff Correspondent.)
1KS MOINEfl, la-, Nov. t-(Speclal Tel
egram.) Tho county auditor was mado
defendant In two actions brought today
for mandamus by the democratic and
progress. ve county committees to compel
htm to restore to the voting machines the
levers by which voters, may vote for the
enttro ticket or part of i ticket at one
stroke. This will 'get fairly before the
court tomorrow the question of tho form
of the voting machines In use In the state.
Another suit was filed to compel the
county aud tor to place a larger number
of democrats on the election boards. The
claim will bo mode that fraud Is In
tended. Strike Near Hettlement.
In ppm ui ti.e fact that there Is al
most a settlement of the strike of
teamsters In this city, Inasmuch as ono
of the leading transfer companies signed
up the agreement today, six strikers were
placed under arrest today accused of
d sturblng the peace. They were en
gaged In making demonstrations against
the nonunion workers, but no serious
damage was done.
Atlnntlo Itnllroni! In Cnnrt.
The supreme court of Iowa wilt take
up the troubles of the creditors of the
Atlantlo North and South railroad on
wwm. i j ,,. .
November 12 and In an original proceed
,n for n rtt of prohibition will decide
whether there Is any reason whatever
for '""her time for Leslie M.
l0" "a menus to complete the
Mr. Shaw has '
purcnaso oi me roaa.
boon served with subpoena to appear and
give testimony before tho court on that
date. Tho suit Is brought by Shugart
ana names nros., ngainit the four'" ....... v......
Judges of district court In tho district In "'nCT01111 township. Both fairs were a
which Cass county Is situated. It Is
anticipated that at that tlmo it will bo de-
veloped exactly what the situation Is as
to the railroad and Its debts and whether
or not there Is reasonable hope that !
Ex-Governor Shaw will be able to finance
It. Nothing has come of repeated con-!
ferences held hero the last few days be
tween Shaw and tho attorneys represent
ing the receiver of the road.
Nitloon Count-lit Petitions,
It Is said hero that county officials
and the various .county committees are
conspiring to secure such a muddle In
eloctton affairs In' the city of Dcs Moines
that a very light voo will bo nsiurcd.
and that this Is so that when tho saloon
consent petitions are circulated next
tlmo a smaller number of namos will
be needed on the petitions. If tho present
arrangement Is not changed a great many
persons will fall to vote because of In
ability to take the tlm to wait from
a half hour to an hour to get a chanoe
at the voting machines. If the machines
are kept, It Is required that every
candldAto for elector Is named on the
machine, then additional time will be
requlrod for the voting. There Is belief
among a great many that deliberate
Jugglery of the election plans Is to help
In the matter of saloon consent petitions
in iu iimttni i uiuuii vuu.ciit fcuuuiiD
In the future.
Itospltnl for Tuliercnlosls,
The plans havo been adopted by the
State Board of Control for the new hos
pital to be orected In connection with
tho state hospital for the insane at Choro
koc, the same to be ospeclally for the
tuberculosis Insane. Tho building wltl bo
two stories high and havo broad wings
which enclose a rotunda, with rooms all
around and doors opening outside and also
Into tho rotunda. The Idea which the
board has Is that the patlonta will bo able
to secure In the Interior court In the
winter tlmo the air and sunshine needed
First Fashion Review
On Live Models
Grand opening week, special demonstration of celebrated
Bien Jolie g f n C1?TC
& Hormonsa Ms3E 1 3
Expert corsoticrs will demonstrate in the privacy
v of our beautiful now French Room (second floor.)
corset. Equal to usual $7.50 to $10 corsets,
new second floor department,
Successo Corsets La Victoire ors&is
Thomp son's Glove Fitting R. & G. Corsets
Warner's Rust 'Proof, W. & B. Corsets
for the cure of the ailment. It Is a novel
corwtrucUon. the first of the kind ever
0-h.' ICellry rnmpfls;ti In Iottk.
'Oonoral" Kelly, who twenty years a,
rose to brief fame by leading sn army of
tramps acros Iowa on the way to V Mh
ii.gton as a branch of the Coxey arm
Ust-lay, Is In the oity. and called at pro- i
trewlvo party he&dquartors today. He
has been campaigning In the state (oi
some time under the auspices of the pro
gressive party committees.
(lulrk Bcntenre of n Man.
At Keokuk this week a man 70 years
of age woo placed In prison to serve k
term for an attempted assault upon a
little girt In less thin two days after the
crime was committed. He was Indicted
at once, pleaded guilty and was given his
sentence at once. He claimed to be n
phrenologist and an old soldier. He wan
traveling through the country and gave
the name of William D. Smith.
Drleantes tn Itnnd Meetlngr.
List of delegates from Iowa appointed
by Governor U. F. Carroll to attend the
annual convention of tho A mo. lean Road
Builders' association to be held at Cin
cinnati, O., December 3 to 6:
Dan Anderson, Lamonl; Frank King
sley, McGregor; George Caswell, Denl
son; F. J. Tlshenbanncr, Gllmore City:
F. A. NImocks, Ottumwa; C. B. McCul
On Omaha Road Dead
SIOT'X CITY, la., Nov. 2.-Darilel Gal
vln, for thirty years a railway conductor,
died In a St Paul hospital etly t.id.v
of dropsy. For many years Calvin had n
run on the Omaha between Sioux City
and fit. Paul. Two days ago Ualvln's
wlfo died In the same hospital.
TWO SCHOOLS HOLD
FAIRS IN HARRISON
LOOAN. la.. Nov. 2.-(8pclal.)-Act!ng
upon tl,elr Individual motion two schools
have hM ""Chool fairs" In Harrison
counlv: ln aionaamin scnooi in cnargo
o a J' Collingsworth and a rural school
in .(... .f irm r-tA
decided success. The exhibits of the
Mondamln fair constated of domestic
sflencc, agricultural products and graded
Tne rura' school fair consisted of maps,
rroducts of the garden, orchard and field.
Each alr waa wel1 attended and thor.
ongh emlore'i by tho patrons, of
MARSHAL'S BULLET KILLS
MILO, la,, Nov. 2. Charlei Ttdball, 22
years old, was shot and killed curly to
day by Marshal Mowery, while cIebrat
lng Hallowe'en. Mowery was Immediately
placed under arrest and 'was uksn to
Indlano'a. Mowery f red to scaro a crowd
of young men. His aim was too low nnd
thu bullet Btruck Tldball, pleritutf the
left eye and entering the brain. Tldball
was the son of 8. B. Tldball, a fnrniet
living Just outside the city- limits of Sltlo
Iowa News Notes.
WESLEY Kuriz llrno mrnn war.,
house and all of Its contents were de-
stioyed by fire of unknown origin Thurs-
day night. Tho loss is 15,000, portly cov-
ered by Insurance.
ESTHERVILLE Johnnie Hours, n. IS.
1 yff r-old lad of this city, picking up an
revojVor aroun(j ng home, In company
with another young lad started for the
river to shoot iramo. When nenrlv thor..
Johnnie in some way dlncharged the gun,
the bullet pleicing his left leg.
GUERNSEY-P'robably mistaking the
Kasollne can for the kerosene can, Charles
Dunton, aged CO. poured the contents of
the can on the kitchen fire. The explo
sion that resulted knocked him unoon
Kolnni nnd set fire to his clothing, and
wrecked thnj house where he lived alone.
Dunton died two hours later.
We have the exclusive sale on Cole's
Hot Blast heaters and ranges. P. C. De
Vol Hardware Co. Advertisement
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
FORMERLY THE BENNETT CO.
complete linos of the following
Conncll Olnffs Office of
The Bee Is at 14 SOUTH
Itata St. V.ihan 43.
-avis, arui. AtlverUsemenL
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tttiit. ll fiorwlck for wall paper. Advertise
luont. urrlgans, undertakers. Phones 1C Ad
titteeiuent. Woodrlnc Undertaking Co. Tel. 333.
KAv.Sl oKKll AT P.OOEI13' DUFFKT.
LewlA Cut.er, , funeral director. Phone
BLANK 1JUOK WORK. Morehouse &
VOTE roll J. C. 1IAKEH FOR CON
8 lAtiLiX Advertisement.
Buy Sunday Kxaiainer and see how to
get a felt pennant of Iowa. Advertise
ment. r i.LT PKNNANT of your homo state
uui next riunuay's Chicago Kxammer.
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GET A PBNNANT with Sunday Chi
cago Examiner, tieo your news Uea.or.
The Chicago Sunday Examiner gives a
pennant of lowa Sunday, November 3.
The season is Just right Let Borwick
do your painting. 211 oouth Main street.
BUDWE1SER on draught-The Grand
Uudwelser In bottica at all first-class
PENNANT OF IOWA with ailcat'o
Sunuay Examiner. See your nearest
news dealer, Aave tUement.
Excelsior lodsn 2i'J. Ancient Free and
Accei,, ed Masons, will meet In m.cclul
Cutnin-.nlCrttio.i Hatu.uay evening at 7:3
o'clock tor woik on tue tnlrd degree.
Iliack Cat Huliber rooting Is known all
over tho middle west, one of the longest
laHting roofs that Is munucactured. Get
our prices and guarantee of the rubber
routine;. Ad vsrtlKement
FOR SALE CHEAP Nearly new two
burner oil cook stove, four-hole laundry
stow, somo wood chairs, crocus, kettles,
dishes and other articles. Can at &U vth
Ave. from 1 to. 3 Sunday afternoon.
Thomas J. Doucctte began n divorce
action In' the dUtllct court yesterday
iigditiHt his wife, Carrie M. Doucetto.
ot,, Ul0 protty tho ract Ulllt
( tney weie married at Menominee, Midi.,
'ana sno was a June onae in isiu. ner nus
i band accuses her of cruelty,
Park City lo.ige No. 000, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, has accented an
Invlta.Ion fiom Mini en to visit that
lodgo this evenln Oiid confer the Ini.la
tory and ti.ren degrei-H on the clasd of
candidates. All Oad Fe lows dis rim; tJ
go will meet at t..e Chicago Great West
ern passenger station at 6:20 p. m.
Tho charKo of obtaining money under
false pretenses filed In J us tic Joseph's
court by Nelson Bros., grocers, ugainut
Mrs. Jack Hanley has been withdrawn
by the Krocorymi'n. Satisfactory ex
planations of tho failure to have funds
In the Omaha bank, upon which two smd.l
chrcks were drawn, were mudo and tne
checks were made rood.
M. J. Colpetzor and F. A. Van Brown
of Omaha, Ln-uuht to tho station by
Motoi cycle Otficer Malioney on the
charge of exceeding the automobile spe d
limit, depom.cd cash bonds of 323 each
and hod thi-lr ca os con lntied. Arthur
Kloop of Om-ha and 10. M. Fish of Or
t.T.vi le. Ml. n., eich paid fines of $15
In police court yesterday morning.
Jim Halm, tho negro arrested upon
tho suspicion that ho wa t one of t e twj
tv ho h. d up and rob ed C. A. Prouiter In
thi' Waild Rton uve no ro. ool yard on
Saturday night, wa In poilco court yes-
fur lriai uls hVarlnK was continued un-
til next V ednt-sdav C. D. Smth. the
other nerro a. n8ted upon the same
charge, has been dl m ssed after a
starching tollco ex imlnntl n. Sml.h wai
bdio to Clear nim6ii ot inn cnarKe.
Grading work on a long section of Fifth
avenue nan been completed and Con
tractor Wlckham expects to begin putting
In the concrotu base on Monday morning.
Ten days or two weeks of weather reason
ably freo from frost will be sufficient to
complete tho ooncrctlng and the aGlesburg
block can lie laid resordless ot tht
weather. If the concrete base Li laid and
protected by the layer of sand that will
cover It the street can bo used through
out the winter and spring even though
the brick covering Is not completed.
The best pianos on earth are to be pur
chased at Jl. Hospe Co., and they charge
no more for them than Is usually charged
for unknown and indifferent makes. iOI
W. Broadway, Co. Bluffs, la. Advertise
ment. ID xJUUT.
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Judge Arthur Extends
I Time in Road Case
After a conference of several hours
esterdav In the orflco of Attorney J. J.
Hess Judg Thomas Arthur of the dis
trict court made an order extending the
time of the Shaw syndicate for final
payment of the remainder of the pur
chase price of the Atlantic Northern' &
Southern railroad until November 12.
This Is the date set for hearing the ap
plication to the state supremo court tor
a writ of Injunction restraining the court
from making any further extensions to
Notice was served upon former Secre
tary Leslie M. Shaw yesterday to appear
before the supreme court on November
12 and submit to examination concern
ing his plans for financing the Iowa
Short Line railroad, whose (3.000,000 bond
must be floated on the Brussels bourse
before the money can be procured to
pay for the Atlantic road. This hearing
will determine whether the plana of the
Foods That Bind
Start them off right with a
good laxative and then
watch their diet.
Mothers are often unconsciously very
careless about tho diet of their children,
forcing all to eat tho same foods. The
fact Is that all foods do not aree allkK
with different persons. Hence, avoid
what seems to constipate the "h!ld, or tn
give it Indigestion, and urgo It to eat
more of what la quickly digested.
If the child shows a tendency to consti
pation It should Immediately be given a
mild laxative to help the bowels. By this
Is riot meant a physic or purgative, for
these should never be given to children,
nor anything like salts, pills, etc What
tho child requires Is simply a small dose
of the gentlest of medicines, such as Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which In the
opinion of thousands of watchful mothers
In tho ideal remedy for any child show
ing a tendency to constipation. So n.auy
things can happen to a constipated child
that earn Is necessary. Cutchlng cold,
piles, headaches, sleeplessness, and many
other annoynnces that children should not
havo arc usually traced to constipation.
Many of America's foremont families
aro never without Syrup Pepsin, because
one can never tell when some .i ..i .
tho family may need It, and all can uso
it. Thousands endorse- it, among them
tho parents of Alton Hlllenkamp, Na
cogdoches, Texas, and Mrs. H. B. Clies
man, Sherwood, Ore., who buy It regu
'arly of their druggists at fifty cents and
ono dollar a bottle, the latter size being
bought by those who already know Its
value, and It contains proportionally
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timonials from Omaha owners. Must be pretty good, don't
you think? "We sell them for cash or on easy payments.
John Hussie Hardware Go.
2407-09 Cuming St.
All automobile routes are
THE, BEE ATLAS
of Douglas, Sarpy and Washington
counties, Nebraska; and Potta
wattamie and Mills counties, Iowa.
It contains maps showing all the best wagon and
automobile roads, as well as the street car lines, rail
roads, rural routes, etc
It has maps of the largo cities and the small towns;
it 'shows all the land divisions, with names of owners; it
gives the name and address of every farm owner; it has
the population of all towns, and contains all census in
formation. This atlas, to be issued October 15, is so
valuable that every automobile owner and every
business house in these counties should possess
Bound in Cloth Leather Back.
Out October 15. Price $5.00,
Send in your order now.
The Bee Publishing Co.
syndicate will be permitted to proceed
without further Interference of the cred
itors of the Atlantlo road, who have been
making the trouble for Secretary Shaw. ,
Oovernor Shaw Is known to hav mora
than HS.OOO of his own money tied up in'
the enterprise and It has become neces
sary for htm to carry out his plana.
Heal KntntF Transfers.
The following real estate transfers were
reported to Tho Beo Friday by the Pot-'
tawattamle County Abstract company:
E. E. Hart and wife to Mary E.
Mordeson, n4 of lot 2, block 3,
Eubank's Second addition to the .
city of Council Blufis, la., vd..$ 3,009
Ceorge D. Carson, referee, to Frank
W. Miller, n' of lot 8 In block S
In Hyatt's stibd vltlon In the city
of Council Blutfn, la., ref. d
Council Bluffs Savings bank to Ren
nio B. Allerton. lot 15, Auds' subdi
vision of lot IS In neVi neVi of
Je'sle J. Sledentopf et al., to C. O.
Falk, lot K block 2, Tutley &
White's subdivision to tho city of
Council Bluffs, Ia., qcd
C. O. Fehr and wife to L. M. Lef-
ferty, same, wd
Five transfers, total ; 113, 201
VOTE FOR J. C BAKER FOR CON-1
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising;
Everyone likes Syrup Pepsin as It Is
very pleasant to the taste. It Is also
mild and non-grlplng and free from In
If fio member of your family has ever
used Syrup Pepsin and you would like to
make a personal trial of tt before buying
It In thu regular way of a druggist, send
your address a postal card will do to
Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 415 Washington- St.,
Montlello, III,, and a freo sample bottle
will bo mailed you. Results are aways
guaranteed or money refunded.
The' Royal Acorn
Didn't you think you
needed a base burner when
tho wind came down from
the north Friday morning?
This is one of the years
when you cannot affoi'd to
waste hard coal. The Acorn
is known to bo
A Great Fuel Saver
Nt, stove on the market
is as easily regulated and
none other is as powerful a
double heater. You cannot
appreciate the many special
Acorn features unless you
see them. We havo over
three thousand written tes
you buy it ot Hussie, it's right."
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