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TIITC BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1913.
High Grade Men's and Young Men's
Suits Go on Sale Saturday, July 5th
Suits worth ii gr
up to $13.50 O JP
Suits worth Cfe (p&
up to $18.00 SJJ JLJ. & jf
Suits worth tfj -f yn
up to $22.50 21 J
Suits worth PS Th
up to $30.00 33 JL if .0y
Broken lines of Kuppenheimer, Schloss Bros., Stoin
Bloch, Society Brand and Sophomore Suits are included
in this sale. They are considered the highest grado
ready-for-service clothes made in the world.
GUN TOTING JJNDER THE BAN
Even Police Officers May Not Carry
DAYLIGHT SALOON LAW, ALSO
Dronth Will Last from Friday Nlnht
JJntil Sntnrdnr' MornlnB New
Inventrafnt Company Act
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
' DES MOINES, la.. July 3. (Special
Telegram.) Even the police officers and
sheriffs In Iowa will be unable legally
to carry revolvers or clubs tomorrow be
cause of, a new Iowa law and failure io
provide the blanks for gun toting. The
hew law forbids all carrying of concealed
weapons except 'by persons having per
mit from sheriff or chief of police
As no blanks have yet been provided
for the permits, none has been Issued
end anyone found with a revolver to
morrow, even a peace officer, ' will be
subject to prosecution. Neither may any
store sell any weapons for the same
.One of the most Important new laws
Is that providing for daylight saloons.
Under this law the saloons cannot open
until 7 o'clock In the morning and must
close at 6 o'clock in the evening. Saloons
may not open on holidays, henco there
will be a drouth from 10 o'clock tonight
until 7 a. m. Saturday.
The most important laws which go Into
effect this week provide:
For daylight saloons.
, For miliage tax yielding W,000.000 for
. extension nnd lnmrovpmpnt nf CAnltnl
'For pensions fort widowed mothers with
children under. U years of 'age..'
For regulation of Investment com
panies. For the sanitation of grocery stores
tuiu uji iimveg wiiere iuuub uiu jiiuuu ur
For workmen's compensation and flx
"lng employers', liability.
For the arbitration of disputes between
capital and labor.
For the working of certain prisoners on
the highways and public works Ih the
For executive council making Investi
gation of properties to determine values
tor assessment purposes.
For state examination of county
For nonpartisan Judiciary,
For selection of national convention
delegates by primary election.
For undergrade and overhead railway
crossings where necessary.
For half mill taV for flvo years for
Improvement of institutions under the
board of health.
For reorganization of the board of
health. , , ,
For re-establlshment of chairs In home
opathy at the state university.
For boosts In salary'for state officials.
For establishing rules of the road for
automobile traftlc of the state.
Nw School Inspectors.
Two new inspectors In the educational
department and a chief clerk were ap
pointed by State Superintendent A. M.
Deyoe today. These are all provided for
In the new laws which go Into effect to
morrow. A. C Fuller, Jr., of Washing
ton, was named as Inspector of graded
and high schools. He- is of Wright
county originally, was educated In the
State Teachers' college, State university
and Chicago university; city superintend
ent at Manning, Sidney and Storm Lake,
ten years; four years as city superintend
ent In Washington, la., which position
he resigns. J. A. Woodruff, count jr,'FU-(
perlntendent of Buena Vista county, "accepts-
the pdsltloa of Inspector of rural,
and graded schools, apd wftPbccorne Iher
field worker' for rurar and'- consolldated(
schools, He', Is a graduate of the State;
Teachers' college, 'has had experience la
rural, town and consolidated schools, ana
was principal of the normal department,
of Buena Vista college. No superintend
ent has had wider experience In connec.
tlon with, consolidation. The new chler
clerk Is O. E. French, with experience in
Pennsylvania and New Jersey, principal
at Clarlnda. and twenty-three years prin
cipal and superintendent of Crcston. He
has been engaged for several years In
work In connection with the board of ex.
amlners. Appointment of the additional
Inspectors means an immediate .ipplica
tlon of the new laws and greatly In
creased activity of the department ,ln
educational affairs all over the Btatt
airrtlnK of Atnrncy 'Ocnrrnl. ;
Attorney General Cosson will, as presi
dent of the National Association of At
tprneys General, deliver a addrw on
"The-Attorney General' at the convention-
which opens July S In Columbia, 8.
C The attorney, general of South Caro
lina wll deliver an address of welcome.
Other topics to be on the program are.
"The California Allen Land Act," by TJ.
8. Webb. .California; discussion led by A.
R. Barpes, Utah, "Insurance," John T.
Barker, Missouri; TrUst Control," Sen
tor R. I Owen. Oklahoma; "Recent Na
tional Legislation Affecting Prohibition,"
F. Caldwell. Oklahoma City, "Applica
tion of the Webb Bill," Kev. Edwin C.
Dinwiddle. Washington, and a discussion
of the Decisions of the Supreme Court 1n
the Minnesota, Missouri and Other Rate
Cases," by Charles W. West. Oklahoma,
and Lyndon A. Smith, Minnesota.
Will lleaUt Lower nates.
Attorneys for the railroad filed with
the board of railway commissioners a
protest against application of the new
law requiring an order for reduced round
trip rates to the state fair like those
jvtn In other years and given in other
states. The attorneys gave notice there
would bo resistance to the order and th4
matter will bo carried Into court. It Is
claimed the law Is discriminatory because
It can refer only to fairs of a certain
largo attendance. Members of the board
of agriculture appeared and gave the
board facts as to the attendance at the
last stato fair and- other fairs, and the
matter of ordering the rates was thus
submitted to the board. The railroads
will also claim tlint any lower rates than
the 2-cent fare is not remunerative.
Den Moines Vlnilnrt Cnse.
The Des Moines viaduct case was
taken up for a second or third time by
the railway commission for completion
of the hearing as to the necessity for
a viaduct over certain tracks In the south
ern part of the city. The mayor, and
city officials and a large number of
residents of the city, and property own
ers appeared to show cause why the via
duct should be constructed. The rail
roads Interested appeared to contest the
whole matter and to lay foundation for
carrying the matter to tho courts. The
Great Western and the Des Moines City
Railway company nre most Interested.
The supreme court finished up Its July
stsslonB this morning Without filing de
cisions In any of the old cases. Tho fol
lowing opinions were made of record:
Peter Sievertson against Paxton-Eck-man
Chemical company, appellant; Car
lo! county, Judge Church; reversed;
opinion by Gaynor.
G. W. Gelwlcks. appellant; Linn county,
Judge Smith; affirmed by Ladd.
Adair county, appellant, against W. F.
Johnston; Adnlr county, Judge Fahey:
affirmed per- curiam. .
C. B. Roberder ngalnst William Benkoop,
appellant; Cedar county, Judge Treich
ler: affirmed by Gaynor.
n, E. Thompson, appellant, against
JohrfW, Hught Fayetto county; Judge
Hanson; affirmed by Gaynor.
i David Blom against Ida Dean, appel
lant: Pottawattamie county; Judge
Wheeler; modified and remanded, by
Alma EJ. Brons against Wabash rail
way, appellant; Polk count, Judge Beren-
an; reversea py weaver.
First National Bank of Crookston
ngalnit P. B. Osborn, nppellant; Ham
ilton county, Jupge wngni; awrmcu per
Fire Burning Five
Horses is Believed
Caused by Skyrocket
Fire, supposed to have originated from
a spent; sky rocket, destroyed a barn In
the rear of 1919 Burt street this morning,
with five horses belonging' to the Public
Market, 1610 Harney street. The barn is
owned by Rabbi Jacob Fleischer of the
Congregation Israel at Eigh'teenth and
Chicago streets. The doors of the barn
were locked and efforts to remove the
horses were unsuccessful.
Byrne and Kelley
May Be Put on the
Board of Governors
T. C. Byrne and George H. Kelley are
being talked of as the successors to W.
L. Yetter and Charles R. Courtney, who
have resigned from the board of gov
ernors of the Knights of Ak-f?ar-Ben.
Yetter resigned from the board three
weeks ago because of poor health and
Courtney left' the board at tho last
meeting because of more urgent duties
In hit private: business.
War Not Declared,
But Goes Merrily On
LONDON, July 4. The twenty-four
hours which the Bulgarian government
accorded to Greece anjj Servla to cease
operations have expired. During the
same period Bulgaria undprtook to ab
stain from hostilities In order to give
Russia time to intervene, in favor of
peace. But hostllles are being carried on
by both sides, apparently with thq fierce
ness characteristic of the Balkan soldiers;
and no declaration of war has yet been
made. The respective diplomatic 'repre
sentatives are Hill nt their posts.
A dispatch from Athens announces that
the Greeks have occupied Nlgrita, to the
northeast of Salortikl, which they .found
burning, tho Inhabitants having been
massacred by the Bulgarians.
There Is still no news from the Bul
garian side and no contradiction of the
Servian occupation of Isllp and the re
capture by the Greeks of Guevghell.
which may therefore be regarded as
BOYS ARE PAINFULLY HURT
WHEN THROWN FROM WAGON
Joe Womeck, aged 8, and M. Jacobotf
were painfully Injured last night when
they were thrown from the wagon In
which they were riding at Twelfth and
Howard streets when a speeding auto
mobile frightened the horse, causing It
to run away. Both of the victims were
unconscious when picked up and were
still senseless when brought to the
emergency operating room ut police
Both of the victims live at 1938 South
'AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA I
Magio City Holds Formal Celebra
tion at High School.
MORTJSSEY DELIVERS ADDRESS
Company of School Children Will
Sinn Nnttonnl Anthems Police nt
Lnst llnvc Motnrej-olc Of
ficer for Street". '
All the city offices will be c!oed today I
and the city will hold Its formal cele
bration at the high school grounds In tho
afternoon, fhen A. W. MOTlssey. serro
j tnry nf Governor Morehcnd, will deliver
ithe address of the day. A band of school
children will sing the national a I'lioms
I to the accompaniment of a band. The
J members of tho local Woman's Suffrnpo
I nr.soclntlon will participate In tho celo
bratlon. The city employes at the city hat! paid
; off tho street men yesterdsy and will
j therefore be allowed vacation on Friday,
j Saturday and Sundny.
I S"in of Mltertv Mrct.
The Pons of Liberty met last evening
nt the high school. Jercm'ah Curttn oc
cupied Iho chair. Judge J. J.Breen, J.
J. O'Donnbll, William Shcehnn. Jerry
; Howard and others spoke on tho proper
way to observe the Fourth of July. Tho
following resolution was adopted:
j Whereas. The Rlorlous Fourth of July
t Is a day worth remembering; that hnild
I bo celebrated in n proper and appropriate
, wny, ns bents the sacred dnv; nnd,
ifiiuii-tig, nia i?uua ai uiurriy nave ar
ranged n pntrlotlc program, worthy of
the Fourth of July; therefor, bo It
Resolved, That we extend a general In
vitation to our patriotic fellow cltdcns.
requesting that they lend tho dignity of
thrlr presenco at the high school grounds
nt 2:10 p. m. to participate In the cele
bration; be It further
Resolved. That chairs be arranged on
the platform to scat the members of the
G-and .Army who were unable to nttend
tho historic battlefield of Gettysburg.
Nriv Motorcycle Cop.
South Omaha' has a motorcycle cop.
After long weeks of wearisome walling
for a motorcycle, the machine was fi
nally purchased by the school board and
turned over to Chief of Police John
Brlggs. Brlggs for the time was motor
cycle cop and took a spin north on
Twenty-fourth street. He began his tour
by attempting to climb a telegraph pole
nt Twenty-fourth and O streets. Thon
he performed a cycle cake walk on tho
curbstone and finally whlszcd away to
the northward. After several blocks had
been covered Brlggs succeeded In "gen
tling" the machine and returned In good
order. The chief will break In Detcctlvo
Michael Glllln and Officer Joseph Potoch
as motorcycle cops, he says.
Clmilil frlnril for ANnnlt.
Tho Powcll-Chndd case, wherein Chadd
was accused of permitting gambling In
his pool hall. Was changed Into on assault
charge yesterday before Judge Calluuoti
and Chadd, who. pleaded guilty to assault
upon Powell, was fined $10 and costs.
A number of witnesses, Including Pink
Wallace, Carley and Arthur Haggerty,
testified that there was no gambling In
Chadd's place on Juno 23. the day In
Chadd claimed that the trouble started
when ho told Powell to stay out of his
place of business, Powell, Chadd said,
promised to take n "hot shot" at him
through the columns of one of the Omaha
dally papers. Other witnesses claimed
that Powell asserted his Influence with
a newspaper man connected with an
Omaha paper. A negro pdrter was men
tioned as the go-between from n saloon
man who, It was said, could hush the
l'owell-Chadd matter up and keep it out
of the press for $30.
MairJe City Gossip.
J. D. Courtney, plumber. Tel. So. 10OI.
Drs. Crothers & Walxem, dentists. Tel.
Mss Adeline .Rubin Is spending her va
cation' In Chicago.
Dr. C. M. Schlndel, office Ml N. SUh.
Tel. W. Residence phone 2993.
Miss Annie Offorman has returned from
a business trip to Ogdon, Utah,
Miss Edith Curtis will leave Sunflay
for a month's visit with relatives In Chi
cago. M. J. Kelly, Twenty-seventh and Harri
son streetB. Is visiting his old home In
Green Point, N. Y.
Miss Ruth Lambert has returned home
from Peru State Normal school to spend
tho summer vacation.
Office space for rent In Bee office, 2318
N.St. Terms reasonable. Well known lb
cation. A bargain. Tel. S. 27,
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Morrill returnnd
Monday from a two weeks', visit with
relatives In -Alexandria, Neb.
For a case of Jetter's Old Age or Gold
Top beer call So. SSS. Prompt delivery to
all parts of the city. Wm; Jetter.
See Doux do ICO miles an hour In his
Froncn racer In tho Indianapolis auto
race. Besso theater today.
The Ladles' Aid society of the First
Presbyterian church will servo Ice cream
nt the church building this nfternoon.
The following women will serve: Mes
dames Compton. V. Van Bant, D. U
Holmes, Grot her. Farrell and Ames.
Exposition of New
Cleaning and Dying
Displays for the mcustrlal exposition
which will be held In conjunction with
the convention of the National Associa
tion of Cleaners and Dyers will begin to
arrives In Omaha this morning to be set
up In the booths at the Auditorium. Some
of the displays already are here and wilt
b moved into the big building as soon
as the doors are opened to the booth
Omahans will have a chance to see all
the new machinery that Is used In clean.
Ing, pressing and dyeing their clothes.
Some of the latest devices for pressing
clothes are remarkably unique and In
the exposition the outsider will have
his first chance to realize how his clothes
are fixed at the cleaning establishment.
Delegates to the convtntlon are ex
pected to arrive In Omaha Sunday and
Monday morning. The Middle States
Cleaners' Clear to Omaha club has been
crganlzed and these delegates will come
In this squad. Middle and southern Ohio
delegates will Join the Indiana men a:
Indianapolis. Delegates from the north
part of Indiana and Ohio will join the I
party at Chicago. Men will be here from
nearly every state In the union.
From 3U to too cleaners and dyers ana
their wives are expected to attend tht,
School in Session
The annual summer school of Crelgh.
ton college opened Wtdneidav and the
attendance is steadily Increasing. Sister
are arriving dally to attend the sessions
and are corning from nwny states. There
Is u choice of thirty-two courses and 1
arq availing themselves of the opportu
nity of attending. The professors of
Crelahton college are In charge of the
fcchool. The classes will close Wednes
day. August I
Clearance Sale Women's Coats ,
Clearance Sale Lingerie Waists
GIRL SWALLOWS FOURTH
OF JULY BADGE; SAVED
FAIBBUftY, Neb., July 4,-(Specta!.-
Tho little 6-ycar-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Wright swallowed a Fourth of
July badgo last evening and the timely
arrival of a doctor saved her life. Sh
was on tho vcrga of strangling.
The Eureka restaurant changed hnndi)
this week when A. Queln of Beatrlco ar
rived In this city and bought an interest
in this business of A A. White, who has
been conducting It alone.
Commencing Sunday,. July 6, tho four
Trotcstant churches of Falrbury, Includ
ing tho Christian, Baptist, Presbyterian
nnd Methodist, will hold union meetings
at .tho cfty park tabernacle.
C, W. BarOett, manager of tho picture
shows In Falrbury. left for New York
City today to attend tho first Interna,
tlonol convention of motion plcturo own
era. He was accompanied by his son,
W. D. Oak ford, road foreman for the
Bock Island, has returned from a busi
ness trip to "Kansas City. Mo., nnd re
sumed his work on the Nebraska divi
sion of the Bock Island.
Clurk Brim of Gotdland, Kan., Is ar
ranging to move his family and house
hold goods to Falrbury. Ho was recently
appointed night roundhouse foreman at
NORFOLK MAN WHO CHOKED
HIS WIFE IS IN JAP
NORFOLK, Neb., July .-(Special
Telegram.) Hiding under the bed
Jess Allen, a cook, crawled out after
his wife had entered the room, locked
the door and began choking and beating
her. ' She screamed and Allen leaped
through a window dropping onto a roof.
Ho broke the skylight In the roof and
then Jumped to the ground and at
tempted Jo escape by plunging Into tho
river. Ha was captured and placed In
Itrnkciiinii l'rolmlily Fatally Hart.
STAPLETON, Neb., July .-(Special.)
Jay Miller, one of the brakemen on the
Union Pacific railroad, which runs In
here, was seriously, and probably
fatally Injured Ju an accident here
Wednesday, a few "minutes after the
nrrlvat of the train. Ho was attempt
ing to uncouple tho caboose from tho
train when ho was caught between the
cars and crushed to euch an extent
that he was rendered unconscious for
some time. He was carried - to the
station by the other brakemen and
Conductor Van Hpusen, nnd there re
ceived the attentions of District Sur
geon Dr. B. F. Carr. Ilmmedlately after
the administration of first aid, a special
left hew for Kearney carrying the pa
tient. He was nccompanled fc;. the dis
trict surgeon, and It was hoped to lm
provo the patient's chances of recovery
ly getting him to a hospital. At Kear-
n an, "fT Vh.n hJ r,i
crtwu" ,n,"r ? th8" Tn
peared, and It was given out that tho
chances of recovery were very remote.
wi-Trx-'' Dl"'ny Iliiruw.
OHIOWA,. Neb., July .-(Special.)
A spark from a toy cap gun Ignited tho
window display cf fireworks In P. J
Gundermann's drug store about 8:30
o'clock last ovenlng. Only the prompt
work of people who happened to be Aovrn
town. In carrying water, ana me use oi
irv extinguishers, saved the block from
burning down as Ohlowa has no water
The damaso was about 11).
ino Ulliuuhu s uuuuv
BROWN COUNTY FARMER
KILLED UNDER MOTOR CAR
AINBWORTH. Neb., July .-(Special!
Telegram.) Senator Clark, aged 65 years
and one of the beat knovn farmers In
Brown county, was killed In an accident
near Long Pine this afternoon at
o'clock. Clark left Ainsworth with two
companions and whlto the macnine wtn
climbing a steep hill the driver speed'.-d
up his engine. Clark Jumped fiotn the
machine, fell against the bank and rollel
under the wheels and as run jver. Ha
lived but thirty minutes after Us e-cldent-
Persistent Advertising Is the
Announce for Saturday
Involving Values of
20.00 to $35.00 for
From Our Near Neighbors
Mrs. B. A. Fyc, who has been qullo
111 for somo time, Is slowly improving.
Mrs. T. L. McNIhIi went to Grand
Island Friday nnd returned Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Kwlebel return Tuesday
from a short visit with their son In
Miss Emma Egbert. Mrs. Nelson and
their mother, Mrs. Kgbcrt, havo gone
to Wyoming for a visit.
Tho young women of tho Second llop
tlst church went to tho home of Mr.
and Mrs. 13. Boberg Wednevday evening
and gave them a pleasing surprlsa
house warming. 4
Mr. and .Mrs, Charles Campbell of
South Omaha, Dr. and Mm. Stuart
Campbell and Dorothy of Tllden, Neb.i
were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs, A.
A largo party of tho Valley nnd Byors
vlllo young peoplo gathered at the noma
of Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Pnrson Mon
day evening and gave them a very en
Dr. and Mrs. J, C. Agea moved into
their now home In the ICrway addition
Wednesday and Otto Petersen moved Into
the house vacated by Dr. Agee, which
he recently purchased.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nichols and Miss
May Nichols went to Omaha In their
automobile Tuesday afternoon and were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Hilt,
returning Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. R- M. Krway enjoyed a visit from
her mother, Mrs. Emerson, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Emerson have sold tnelr
properly in noum ubkow arm urn inuv-
The children of the Presbyterian Sun
day school presented a very pleasing
Children's day program at the church
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. The col
lection for Sunday schpol missions was
Ray Egbert and Olive Caldwell wont
to Omaha Monday morning1 and were
very quietly married at 11:30 at the home
of tho pastor of the First Christian
church. They returned Wednesday and
will be at home Until September 1 In
the house recently vacated by Rev.
Tho Valley Woman's club held the last
meeting of the year at the home of Mrs.
F. C. Kennedy. Mrs. Taylor was trader
of the lesson study apd Mrs. Johnson
had charge of the musical program. Tho
club will take up the Bay View course
of study of our own country with some
domestic science next year,
The annual meeting of district No. 33,
Douglas county, was held In the Valley
school house Monday evening. F. M.
Butts and Andrew Wlcklund were elected
trustees for three-year terms, John Man
ahan and Mrs. Ingram for one-year
terms to flit vacancies. A levy of (a,!00
to pay the running expenses, of the
school was voted. Nine months was tho
length of the next year's school term
decided at the meeting. A large number
of legal voters were In attendance. The
census shows 270 children of school age
In the district.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. August
Meyers Juno 29.
A son was born July 2 to Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Parish.
A daughter was born, to Mr. and Mrs.
George Hageman on June S5.
Mist Lione Swltser returned home this
week from Oberlln college In Ohio,
Miss Eleanor Rasmussen of Omaha
Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ole Oleson-
D. II. Weber and wife of Shubert are
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hlatt.
Miss Florence Hay of Wellington, Colo.,
Is the guest of her uncle. L. A. Hay.
Dr. and Mrs. J. B, Hungate have been
taking a vacation, visiting In Minne
j guest of her uncle" S. F. Glrardet sev-
; erfl day,,
Mr. nnd Mrs. F E. Brlcka of Lincoln
I visited friends In the town and country
I r.l tin.- r.lnrn1 hnina.
from an' extended visit wlt,h relatives In
New York state-
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Johnson of Hum
boldt, la., aro the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. John Domlnao.
Fred Somers left Thursday for Pitts
burgh, Pa., to take a position In the
Westtnghouse machine shops.
Mrs. W- C. Ladd left Friday for Lin
coln, and Scott's Bluff to, visit a few
weeks with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. It BUIkls left this week
for Sterling Station. New York, to visit
the haunts of their childhood days.
Mrs. Overmtller and Miss Bryan of
ollon, Kan., have been the guests this
week of Rev. and Mrs. William Lambert,
Mrs. Minerva Boyd arrived Wednesday
from a, visit of more than a year in
California, Washington and other west- i
ern states. J
. . mn t TLf- Anrf Hlr A M
Clearance Sale of Infants' Wear
, Clearance Sale High Grade Corsets
Clearance Sale Shoes for Everybody
working, was thrown from a horse and
kicked In the mouth. His lip was badly
cut uml three teeth knocked out.
Ira Paine and sister, Miss C. M.
Paine, of Grand Inland arrived Wednes
day to visit at tho homo of Dr. and Mis.
M. M. Butler.
Mrs. Oscar McNurlin and children nnd
Mrs. B. U. Cogllzer nnd children of
Havolock, nro visiting tho family of
II. D. McNurlin.
Mrs. L. It, Leonard nnd daughter,
Flortnco, returned home Wednesday
from a two weeks' trip visiting relatives
Tho funeral of Mrs. Henry Murfln,
who died at Wnbnsh last Monday, was
held Thursday, and Interment made In
E. E. Day has let the contract for n
new olovntor of 17,000 bushels capnclty
to Georgo E. Burchard of Lincoln. Work
will begin immediately.
Mrs. Sttne Mogcnsen left Thursday
forlCoarnoy, Neb., to visit a fow weeks
with her daughter, Mrs. M. 8. PeteT
Hon. A farewell party was given Mrs.
Mogensen previous to her dopurtme, by
Miss Fern Ralston of Pent visited for
mer Papllllon friends Monday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Stormcr of Omaha
Visited Papllllon relatives Sunday. ,
Miss Murgarot Hweetman of South
Omaha was the guest of her cousin, Mrs.
C. S. West, Saturday and Sunday,
Miss Mattle Reynolds and Albert Tlmni
wpfrt tnnrrl Wprfripftilnv nvnnltit- nt tho
r.omo Of thO bride In FnlrVlOW prrt'lnct.
Mrs. D. L. Ireland, Mrs. Harry Merry
man and Ernest Ireland have returned
from California, where they havo been
the last year.
At the school meeting Monday night
I. D. Clarke nnd D. S. Paso were elected
members of the board. It was decided to
hold a special flection for thu purpose
of voting bonds for additional school
At the Inquest held Wednesday over
thu body -of Harry Hlletnnn, who was
huiea near uretna Haturuuy evening,
the verdict of the Jury was that dvuth
was due to the accidental wrecking of an
automobile while racing.
FULLERT0N MAN KILLED
BY AUTOMOBILE WRECK
FOLLERTON, Nob., July .-Thn body
of W. A. Duncan, a butlncss man of this
place, was found today beneath the
wreckage of his automobile, ten miles out
wuncan jeit ruuenon weanemiuy niorn -
Ing In his automobile, Intending to drtv
to North Star a small town near horo.
He was seen on the road In the car within
forty yards of where ho met his death
andVst twenty-four hours before hi.
body was discovered.
lomi Nmvh NotM,
MURRAY Tho new electric line from
Osceola was computed today and thu
lights turned on this evening for the first
IDA GROVE Dr. J. H. Besore of this
city, an old time resident here, foumr a
even-leaf clover while out walking last
night. The seventh leaf, while slightly
smaller than the other six. Is perfectly
IDA GROVE William deVrlcs, owner
of the only vacant corner In the busi
ness district, will build a new garage
tr.croon for Relnklng & Barrett. The
garage Is to be 70x100 feet with a Jul)
basement and will be flreprpof, the floors
and roof to be reinforced concrete.
IDA GROVE R C. Clifton, manager of
the Ida Grove Electric Light company,
fel Ifrom a twenty-foot ladder while
Picking cherries and was severely in
jured. His upper lip was cut through
from the nose into the mouth, and his
arms were both badly cut and bruised.
; JDA rjnOVE-Charles George, head car
penter on mo , ''l,TB '
I l.rM- nrw tlUlldlniT the lieW COH-
creto arch bridge ncross the Maple river
creto uru "' "v,"v;u'vr ";"!'V., ,'
wnrk on the framework of one of the
big arches and fell. He was not seriously
BEDFORD Mrs. C. H. Adklnson. wife
nf a well known Taylor county farmer.
ended her life here last night by hanging
herself. The deed wase carefully planned
and the premises were searched all nlg'.U
before the body was found. She left a
nbte that explains her reasons, In whloh
ah iiM that aha would never be well
and rather than endure her suffering sha
l cnose aeam
I tda rinovE A rain and hall storm
jnnt Wept across Battle. Lognn nnd
silver Creek townships In Ida county, did
considerable damage to the Corn and
small grain In Hiive- -"J- t"-W
barn on Mrs John Perlon's Place was
struck by lightning and burned with ono
I I1UI BC. WJ u, t.itvv vw-.. . ..
PHYSICIAN ACCUSED OF
MURDER GIVES SELF l,r
CHAIILE8 CITY, la., July 4.-Dr, E.
K. Blrney of Nora Springs, accused
murdor, for whom the officers have ben
looking for two months, gave himself up
todny nnd gave bond for HS.O00.
Blrnoy, It Is nllogod, performed a crinv
Inal operation on Miss Myrtle Irish ol
Hopklnton, Ia on May 13, which cost tht
gin her llfo.
Illnr tVlebrntlon lit Mnlvcrn.
MALVERN, la., July 3.-(Speclal)-Eugene
Hetle will mnko two or mora
flights tomorrow in n Bcnchy mlllinry
blulanp nt tho Independence day celebrn
tlon nt Mills county fair grounds. Ar
rangemcnts have ald been made for twe
ball games, several motorcycla races nn!
a largo number of uthcr free attractions.
A band concert nnd frcp moving pic
tures at night will top off one of th
most cxtensivo celebrations over hold In
-Cnuulit In ttia Act
and arrested by Dr. King's New Lift
Pills, bilious headache quits and llvur,
stomach and bowels. net right. Ortly 25c,
For sato by Bealon Drug Co. Advertise
ment. German Wnr Minister Resigns,
BERLIN, July .-General JoBlah Von
Hoerlngcn, who has been minister of
wnr slnco August 12, 1309, resigned his
post todny, giving overwork ns the rea
son. Ho has been appointed Inspector
of tho second army corps, the head,
quarters of which nre In Berlin. His
successor tins not yet been selected.
For Bright Eyes
i and Cigar Nose.
, lUnuUln Ctjrh Curo That G.U Ritht lot
Ui Affsctad Parts ana Stop Gatkariiigit
ig s. g u Wonder for flie Ere. Hose
j nd rhroat.
i Jt definitely known that catarrh
f",f" ,fu.r,0d4.by ,tha ",mP, Proc8 ,f
! tlons throughout the mucous linings of
nil the organs of the body. This is
done with the famous Swift's Suro
! Specific, or. as It Is widely known.
; B. R R It la taken Into tho blood just
as naturally as the most nourishing
food. It spreads its Influence over
very organ in the body, through all
the veins and arteries, and enables all
muoous surfaces to exchange inflam
matory acids and other irritating sub
stances for arterial elements that
effectually cleanse the system and thus
put on end to all catarrhal pollution.
S. 8. S. cleann out the stomach of
mucous accumulations, enables only
pure, blood-malctncr materials to enter
tho lntostines, combines with these
food elements to enter the circulation,
and In less than an hour Is nt work
throughout the body In the process of
You will soon realise its -wonderful
Influence by the absence of headache,
a decided clearing of the air passages,
a steadily improved nasal condition,
and a oense of bodily relief that proves
now completely catarrn often infests
the entire system. You tvlll find
I enure system. iou Will nnd
?: 8, a on sale at all dru stores at
fl.oo per bottle. It Is a remarkable
remedy ior nny and all blood affec
tions, such as eczema, rash, lupus,
tetter, psoriasis, boils, and all other
diseased conditions of the blood. For
special advice on any blood disease
write In confidence to Tho Swift Spe.
cina uo.. 1ST bwui Miag., Atlanta, Ga.
j Do not delay to set a bottlt of E. B. H,
of your druggist.
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