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THE O .MATT A DAILY PEE: TITmsiUY. JANUARY 21. 100J.
1 mwwiiiiiiin The Stamp of Goodness On every genuine mantle is Humped the Word Welibach. 1 1 JT? - ".'"1. :. .n;,.. f WiuFitAw p Burner 2 Counirfiti k.THC CISTCC0 TRAOC HARM YUSEA J INMLIIIY iTAMMO LiTOM It. I 11 s 111 The Shield of Quality is printed on the label of all boxes containing the genuine mantle, five kind, I5,20,25,30.35c All dealers lJIJ i U TO SOLVE GARBAGE PROBLEM 1 ti City Engiiser Freparsi Specifications at lequeit of President of Council. WILL ADVERTISE FOR BIDDERS ON WORK Plaa Contemplates Collect loa and Disposal el Refuse aad Is to Be llbnKtrd Coaacll At the request of President Zlmman of the council City Engineer Rosewater In preparing- specifications for advertisements for garbage collection and disposal. They will be submitted to the council Monday afternoon for action and If tha president can have his way propositions will be called for, probably through the Advisory board. This arrangement la calculated to set at rest the vigorous opposition which has been manifested toward extending the McDon ald contract in any form unless obtained In competition with anyone else who may wish to enter Into the business. Proposals will be requested for a variety of methods of garbage collecting and dis posal and will be divided Into two broad classifications, one for contract work and the other for facilities necessary for mu nicipal operation. For the first time bids will be asked for the collection and disposal of garbage, refuse, aahea and waste by incineration, by dumping Into the river and by a combina tion of both methods, contracts to be mad for a term of years for a lump sum paid by tha city. Tenants aad Landlords to ray. Another section of the advertisement will permit bids to be made fur collection and disposal at rates to bo fixed by ordinance, under tha supervision of the health de partment, payment to be made direct by tenants and landlords, as was tha plan under tha old contract. Lastly, bids are wanted for tha erection and furnishing of incinerating plants, three or four In number, each to have a dally capacity of from fifteen to fifty tons, a guarantee being demanded for the effi ciency of the plants. Aa planned by the city engineer aeparate bids will be asked for the collection and deposition of marfure, because this waste Is ralunfcls fof fertl'-Siatlon. ' was) elected president February 1, 177, and has served since that time, with the ex ception of two years, when Colonel C. B, Chase and B. E. B. Kennedy held the position. TRAINS MIND, SOUL AND BODY Ambldeater Iastltate for Colored Race Beads Aareat to Omaha to Present Work, Rev. J. W. McDanlel, financial agent of the Ambidexter Institute of Springfield. 111., Is In the city for the purpose of presenting tha claims of his Institution, which Is a co-educational, nonsectarlan college for the Christian education and Industrial training of colored people. He la not a stranger In Omaha, having been hero something like a year ago, when some substantial assist ance was given the work he represents. This school, while not self-sustaining. partakes somewhat of the character of the Tuskegee Institute conducted by Booker Washington, aa It teaches thirty-five trades. Insuring one to each pupil who Is graduated. In thla sense It la an Industrial college, and in addition to this manual training It makes a special effort to give every pupil a Christian training. Three young colored people from Omaha are now attending thla school, Willie Reed Jennie Green and Rufua Rafe, and there la considerable local Interest In It. Mr. Mc Daniel saya the school Is completing nego tiations for the purchase of 141 acres of choice farming land within a few miles of Springfield, for which the owner of th land, a woman, has donated $5,000, and the citizens of Springfield pledged another S5.0HO. The total cost will be $30,000. When this Is bought the Institution will be ena bled to branch out materially. It now has an enrollment of 237 pupils. Rev. O. H. McDanlel, brother of the financial agent. Is president of the college. Mr. McDanlel will be In Omaha, possibly several weeks, work ing here, at Council Bluffs and South Omaha. Omega Oil for Rbeamatlsm. Price lOo. Costs so little you can afford to try It tlor B dm B sl r . mro RE-ELECTS ALL OLD OFFICERS Kebraska Hamano Society Holds An nual Meeting aad Starts oa Kew Year's Work. The annual meeting and election of of ficers by the Nebraska Humane society Tuesday evening in the parlors of the Commercial National bank resulted In the re-eloctlon of the old officers, these being: President, George U Miller; vice president, John Williams; treasurer, Alfred Millard; aecretary, H. O. Mann; attorney, Edgar II. Scott; board of trustees, N. M. Mann, N. M. Howard, R. R. Ring-wait, Lucien Stephens and Mlsa Joy Hlgglna A formal Invitation was presented to the national society to hold Its convention In this city during 1904. An Informal Invita tion was given during the meeting In Cin cinnati by Rev. John Williams, the dele gate from Omaha. It waa favorably con aldered, aa only one other invitation waa en, but no action taken. Fattier wll- araa made a report io me meeting or proceedings at the national gather ng South Omaha, by letter, requested aaj st ance In the reorganisation of the branch In that city and gave the Information that the Union Stock Yards company would co operate. The Omaha branch hereafter will meet on the third Tuesday of each month. The newly appointed special police were made members. The Nebraska Humane society was or ganised In tha Grand Central hotel August 14. 1875, the following named persons being the first officers of the society: James W. Savage, president; B. E. B. Kennedy, J. II. Kellom, James T. Allen, Mrs. St. John Goodrich, Mrs. T. Kimball and Mrs. J. V. Brown, vice presidents; William Wal lace, treasurer; Watson B. Smith, secre tary, and Mrs. James W. Savage, corre sponding secretary. Dr. George I. Mil'er FINK IS IN GREAT DISTRESS Coaaty Treasurer la Qaandary, aa Be, Like Reed, Is Refused Tea Depatles. County Treasurer Fink Is just now a very busy and anxious man. Under the new law It Is necessary for him to see that the 190 taxea all, are collected by February os to pay them out of his own pocket, or to show affidavits of distress or poverty on the part of those, who are unable to meet their obligations. . The county treasurer asked the county commissioners for ten collectors In order to make the rounds and call upon those who are delinquent The commissioners have refused to give him the ten collectors, but have authorized him to employ such a number as may bo absolutely necessary, at a monthly salary of 175. The commissioners also have refused to give Harry D. Reed, the new aaaessor. the ten men he wanted to prepare the sched ules for tha assessment roll Mr. Reed was authorised to employ auch a number of assistants as may be deemed absolutely necessary. In addition to these he has been given three regular office clerks. Mr. Reed also asked for ninety deputies to begin working on the assessments from April 1 to June 1, but the commissioners have decided to give him but seventy-five deputies. FALLS FR0MHIGH WINDMILL George M. Drexel, Brother af Coaaty Clerk, Saetalaa Serloas lajarles by Aceldeat. During Tuesday .. night County Clerk Drexel was notified by telephone that his brother, George M. Drexel. sustained a fall from the top of a ferty-foot windmill Tues day afternoon and that ha was not ex pected to live. The Injured man resldea near Elk City, where he la well and favorably known, having realded In that community for a number of years. During the high wind Tuesday afternoon he waa on top of a windmill doing some repair work, when ne lost his balance and was precipitated to tha frozen ground, a distance of forty feet County Clerk Drexel went to hla broth er's home yesterday morning. A telephone message at noon conveyed the Information that hla brother waa still unconscious and In a very precarious condition. Mr. Drexel Is about 60 years of age and haa a wife and two children. HILL TO BUILD A NEW LINE Minnesota Harnate Credited wits Flin of Eaterini Nebraska. JOINS BURLINGTON AND GREAT NORTHERN Servers for Kerr noad. It Is Vald, Will Resin la Spring aad Work Is to Re Poshed Rapidly. A report haa been received in Omaha to the effect that James J. Hill, to round out the Northern Securities company's proper ties, will build during the next year about 400 miles of railroad In Nebraska for the purpose of connecting the Burlington with the Greet Northern. One line. It Is said, will extend from Omaha to Tankton, S. D., and another will be built from Ericson, Neb., . to Yankton. These two lines, it la figured, will furnish an easy outlet from all points on the Bur lington system to the north and also will open up an extensive territory In North and South Dakota and Minnesota to Omaha trade. "In one way," said a railroad man, "the new plans of Mr. Hill will prove a detri ment to the Interests of this city. The line which Is planned from Ericeon to Yankton will shorten the distance from a large number of Nebraska points to Min neapolis and St Paul and will permit of Jobbers from those cities entering this state In competition with our dealera. But on tha other hand, we will have an almost direct line Into the heart of the Dakotas, which will open a large and rich terri tory, making It tributary to this city. At present it la almost impossible for our mer chants to compete In this section of the country with Minneapolis and Sioux City Jobbers. In fact, tha Sioux City Jobbers practically have things their own way In the southern part of South Dakota, on Re count of the poor railroad facilities from other Jobbing points. This will all be changed when the Omaba-Yankton line is open." It Is said the survey work will be com pleted aa early In the spring as the weather will permit, and the construction work will follow rapidly. It la said that Mr. Hill haa had the project under consideration since he gained control of the Burlington, but that work haa not been begun for the reason that he has been so busily en gaged in the organization of the Northern Securities company, which haa met with so much opposition, that It haa kept him busily engaged defending it. Xew Freight Tariffs. New freight tariffs will be Issued within a few days by the Rock Island from Ne braska and Kansas points to Iowa points applying on corn. The tariff will cover all Iowa points and will apply from all points In tha two former states. It Is said it will quote reductions of about 30 per cent from the present tariff rates. The reasor given for the reduction la that stock feeding has grown so heavy In Iowa during the last few years that the supply of corn In that state Is Inadequate to aupply the demands of the feeders, and a large number of farmers have given up their Intention of feeding unless they can secure an ample supply of corn from other sources. The railroad, of course, desires to haul the fat cattle to market but unless there Is material to feed them there will be no fat cattle, ao the reduction In tha rates was decided upon in order that the aupply of fat stock would not be cut off. As a large percentage of fat cattle from Iowa goes ,to the Chlpago market, tha officials figure there Is more money In securing the long haul on the stock and the short haul, at a reduction, on the grain than there Is In securing only a short haul on the bulk of the corn which goes south over other lines than tha Rock Island. Hoats Assistant Manager. A notice haa Just been Issued by the Union Paclflo Land company announcing the appointment of J. E. Houti to the po sition of assistant general manager of the company. Mr. Houts haa been chief ap praiser and lease agent of the concern. Hla headquarters will continue to be In this city, but his authority has been greatly extended and he will spend more time out of the city than heretofore. Tha appoint ment waa made effective January 16. No one haa been chosen to All the position which Mr. Houts formerly held, and until a successor Is appointed he will continue to discharge the duties of his former office. It Is said there will be no other changes in the officers of the company. The position Mr. Houts now occupies waa created at tha time hla appointment was made. Have you ever tried Scott's Emulsion for a thin, weak child, one backward in growth and slow in development? Those who have know the pleasure of seeing their delicate child grow strong and become well-developed under the gentle but effective influence of Scott's Emulsion. For the weak growth of the bones, Scott's Emulsion sup plies those powerful tonics, the hypophosphites. For the lack of proper healthy flesh Scott s Emulsion provides the nourishing cod liver oil in an easily digested and palatable form. Any child that needs more and better nourishment effective nourishment will get it in Scott's Emulsion. There is no other remedy or food that combines so much that is necessary in maintain ing good health and right ;rowth in children. We'll send yoa a sasilt free apoa request k SCOTT a BOWNR, os fesrt Street, N X. Chamberlain's Conga Remedy m Favorite. The soothing and healing properties of this remedy, us pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cures have made It a favor ite with people everywhere. It Is espe cially rtrlsed bv mothers of small .t.n., for colds, croup and whooping cough, as It always affords quick relief, and as It con tains no onlum or other harmful 4 , may be given aa confidently to a baby as to an aauit. Kotes from Army lleadqaarters. Csptaln Charles O. Wallace. IT. 8. A., haa reported at department headquarters for amy as kignai omoer or the department Leave of absence for one month haa been aranied Chaplain T. V. Stewart of tha Twenty-fifth United States infantry at Fort mooiara. On account of s-ond conduct ths un settled sentence of tnnniiMineiit of rnfr.l prisoner Klias Pltlpaii, late private Troop M. Kltihth cavalry, lias been remitted. Upon the recommendation of the chief SUI'Seoll Of the flfluirlm.nt PHvatA Th.nil 1.. I'rllz-n. Company H. First battalion of engineers, at fori Leavenworth, has been irmisi erred io tne hospital corps. United A board of survey, consisting of Lieu tenant Colonel I. M Rm.li vTvnih in faiury; Captain F. A. Cook, of the com missary department, and First IJeutenant Ueorge IllUnis. aide-de-camp, convened p, uriinmiTi neauquariers Tuesday to nx the responsibility for the shortage of cer tain uai lermusteis' supplier invoiced to t'aptsm C 1!. tisaer on Novtinber 7. Pursuant to special orders from the War department, the following enlisted men of iiospuai corps, ended States army, will tie rent by tiwtlr respective post com mund'Ts to Fort McDowell. Cel.. with in. Hrvcllons to report to the commanding omi-vr ui van. ii t'i instruction ro. as, nosol tal corps, for t rsnaoortatuin ta Mr.ll where thev will reort to the commanding jceneral of the Division of the Philippines son Lanark Mo., Hetgrrjits Charles L ,Mn end Will C. Moulion, Fort Leaven wvrth. NOTES ON OMAHA SOCIETY In compliment to her guest, Mrs. Hill of Kansaa City, Mrs. Duncan M. Vlnsonhsler gave a tea between 4 and o'clock Tuesday afternoon, at which she entertained about 126 guests. The house was prettily trimmed with cut flowers and greens and In the various rooms a bevy of handsomely gowned women assisted the hostess. In the dining room Mrs. William Bancker and Mrs. Preston MycrS presided, assisted by Miss Jeanne Wakefield and Mlsa Ella May Brown. The tea tnhle was trimmed with yellow tulips and ferns and lighted by a huge ball of emllax about a cluster of elec tric lights that dropped from the chande lier. Mrs. Anglin served tea In the library and was assisted by Miss Jsne Orcutt and Miss Monrehead. In the living room Mrs. J. H. Butler and Mrs. Johnston of Newark, N. J., assisted. The members of A. O. T. Bowling club were guests of Miss Carrie Rosenfelt at Tuesday afternoon's meeting. In celebration of guest night the party of the Southwest Dancing club given at Chambers' last evening waa one of the most enjoyable and largely attended that has been given by the club this winter. About sltty couples were present and the program waa followed by refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Conrad entertained a small Informal card party Tueeday even ing In honor of Mrs. Aullck of Chicago, who Is the guest of Mrs. Fred Schneider. Mrs. Herman Kountze has cards out for a luncheon to be given Tuesday. Mrs. F. L. McCoy will give two euchre parties next week, Friday and Saturday afternoons. Miss Jane Orcutt will entertain a dinner party Thursday evening before the Cotil lion. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kountze also will have guests for dinner Thursday evening, after which they will attend the Cotillion. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Prltchett will give a dinner Friday evening in honor of Mr .and Mrs. James L. Paxton. The members of Metropolitan club will give a pink domino party thla evening at the club. Mrs. Frank King of St. Paul, Minn., la the guest of her father, Mr. A. C. Foster. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Yost left Tuesday for southern California. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Joslyn have as their guests Mr. and. Mrs. Chadwlck of New Tork. . . Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ourley are expected home from .Washington this week. Mrs. Arthur Bird of Salt Lake City la the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Ben Gallagher. Mrs. Withers, who has been the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Burleigh, for aeveral weeks, has returned to her home In Rawlins, Wyo. Mrs. S. C. Martin and Mrs. E. McConnell have gone to St. Louis for a fortnight's visit with friends. Chamberlain's Coagh Remedy the Very Best. I have been using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and want to say it Is the best cough medicine I hays every taken," says Qeo. L. Chubb, a merchant at Harlan. Mich. There la no question about Its be'lng tha best, as It will cure a cough or cold In less time than any other treatment It should always-be kept. In the home ready for Instant use, for a oold can be cured In much less time when pramptly treated. Railway Xotea and Personals. John N. Baldwin, reneral attorney for the Union Pacific, hits,, returned from a western trip. . . i ' J. O. Phllllppl, assistant general freight gent of tne Missouri Pacific, haa gone to St. Paul on business, i ' T. C. Davleon.' rate clerk In the caraenger department of the .Union Pacific, la attend- ng a meeting of rate clerks In Ht. l.oul-. H. I. Wallace, chief enalneer of the Illi nois Central, from Chicago, who arrived tn the city. Tuesday afternoon, has gone home. H. H. Moles, southwestern passenger agent of the New York, Chicago St. Louis railway, with headquarters in Kan sas City, is calling at the local offices of ne various companies. W. H. Bancroft, xeneral manager of the Union Pacific, and W. D. Cornish, vice president of the same company, have not decided when they will leave for New York to confer with President Hurriman regarding the policy to be pursued In the conduct of the road. They will probably cave wuiun a wee. LAUDANUM EATER SEES FIRE Colored Woman Startlea Police Of- eers aad Thea Implores for Mora Drag. With her disheveled hair waving In the Wind, her dress half oft and without any shoes on her feet. Georgia Taylor, a colored resident of the Third ward, rushed toward the police atatlon, and, meeting an offloer on the front steps, nearly upset him In her haste to get In. "Fire! Fire!" aha ahouted with all her might "See, aee, the smelter and the Union Paclflo shops are on fire. Hurry, hurry; don't you aee?" There was a hurrying to and fro. Patrol Conductor Andy Fahey got Inside of his black ulster like a flash and Emergency Officer Patullo ran hare-headed out Into the street to see if it waa true that the big shops really were on fire. Sergeant Havey acampered over and grabbed the 'phone, waiting for the alarm to ring. While all this was going on the colored woman had slipped quietly Into Captain Haas's office and was Imploring him to give ber another dose of laudanum. "I'll aho die ef yo' don't Ah'ra crazy now," aha raved. Presently the captain stepped out and ordered that aha be locked up, and at the same moment the force discovered that the only fire raging was that In the brain of tha colored woman, which a lack of the usual atimulant had kindled. PALMER IN FAVOR OF WOODARD Newly ' Appelated Postmaster Iatl matea Ha Will Retala tho Present Asalstaat. "I am not making any appointments un til I get official notification from Washing ton of my appointment," said Captain H E. Palmer, the newly appointed postmas ter. "Aa The Bee stated, I was surprised at the news, aa I had made no application sines early last fall, and I have not given any thought aa to whom I should appoint for the positions In the offloe. I will say, however, that at thla time I am rather prejudiced In favor of tha present assistant. J. I. Woodard." Your Nerves Furnish th motive power of th entire bod. Dr. Miles' Nervtue will keep tba nerves strong and healthy or reators their strength If weakened. Bold on guar antee, write ror rree dock an nervous L-R. MILEfl MKDlCAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. A Thoaghtfal Haabaad Cured his wife of fainting and dizzy spells, weakness, headache and backache with Electrio Bitters. Try them. 60c. For sale by Kuhn & Co. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. " United States Tlstrlct Attorney Summers has returned from an official trip to ths western part of the state. J. J. Seeley or Denver Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nve of KYemont. J. 11. Rathmell of Verricl and Ralph W. Jonea of Lincoln are at the i-axion. J. H. Chanman of Kearney. Robert Stan- lev of TUdru. J. W. Uoodner of Pierre. 8. D., and L. V. Haskell of Wakefield are at the Millard. W. A. Edaar of Cedar RaDlds. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Willis of St. JoseDh. John F. Oaarde and Ed L. Adams of Mlnden are at the Henshaw. J. A. Flske of Newnort. U. R Welsh of Loup City, Henry Maker or cedar Creek, H. a. Bcnneiaer oi rtaiismoutn. m. m. Ryan of Denlson. O. H. Tracy and H. L. Kunkel of Urand Island are at the Mer- cbanta. Superintendent 8. P. Taft of the railway mall service western division, with head quarters In St. Louis, Is tn the city on bus iness pertaining to tnis division, tie was a visitor at railway mail service head quarters at tho federal building. I. H. Lansliis of Lincoln. Julian Levi of Chadron, Mr. and Mrs. t. P. Roberts of Bellefourche, F. It. Hapworth, J. O. Weber of Crelghton, C. II. Cornell of Val entine, J. J. Ferguson, T. A. Ferguson of Brandon, Manitoba, and C. F. Heavls of Falls City are at the Her Grand. frl' ' 1 M U LU. E lilt. 0 S MM ' 1 "STS? up (STOW GHIRARDELLI'S GROUNp CHOCOLATE IS A SAN FRANCISCO PRODUCT OF THE GREATEST PURITY AND EXCELLENCE. FOR FIFTY YEARS IT HAS HEADED THE LIST OF WESTERN FOOD MAN UFACTURES AND AS A DELICIOUS NUTRITIOUS FOOD AND DRINK. GHIRARDELLI'S WILL TAKE FIRST PLACE WHEREVER IT IS USED. IT IS PREPARED FROM THE CHOICEST COCOA BEANS BLENDED WITH BEST GRANULATED SUGAR, FORMING A Highly Palatable . . . Beverage . . . IT LACKS THE ACRIDITY OF BREAKFAST COCOA AND BEING IN CONDENSED FORM IS MORE CONVENIENT AND ECONOMICAL THAN CAKE CHOCOLATE. ITS PURITY IS PROTECTED, ITS FRESHESS ASSURED, ITS GOODNESS . GUARANTEED BY PATENTED HERMETICALLY SEALED CANS USED ONLY BY GHIRARDELLI. NEVER. SOLD IN BULK IX GHIE5B&LILI CO. Jan Fir ancivsco BROADWELL HAS ONE LEFT Loie Fifty-Three Votei in Contest with Bingham for Dia:r ct Clerk AFFAIR TAKES ON EXCITING ASPECT Count Proceeds Against Brnadwrll's Lone Ballot and Hepablle-aa Caa. n dldate's Friends Are Filled with New Hopes. , ' I At 11 yesterday morning the election contest between W. W. Bingham and Frank A. Broadwell bordered on the spectacular and everyone In the court house waa walking around on' hla tiptoes and say ing, "Broadwell has only ono vote left." At that hour the count, which la being made under the direction of County Judge Vinsonhaler, showed that Broadwell's orig inal plurality of S3 had dwindled to 1. Bingham made these gains: Thirty-one In First precinct of the Fifth ward, four teen In Second of First, eight in Second of Second. This was a total loss of fifty-three votos, but since Bingham had sustained the loss of one vote In the First of the First, Broadwell still had the narrow margin of one vote to his credit. And then, when the Second of the Sixth was counted, Broad well gained two more, leaving him just three votes. Coant Is Continued. . The count Is to be continued during the day. The two votes which Bingham lost la the Second precinct of the Sixth ward proved to be blank votes which In some manner had been counted, evidently for Bingham. The majority of the ballots which have been cast aside and not counted in Broadwell'a favor consist principally of those which have been improperly certi fied to by the Judges of election, and others on which marks of Identification or im proper marking have been placed. Some of the ballots have on their backs the name of the person who cast the vote. In ot.iers the elector has made Just a straight mark Instead of a cross, as required by the statutes. In others the Judges of elec tion had failed to certify to them by plac ing their signatures on tha backs. TRIBUTES TO CITIZEN TRAIN Mayor Calls oa Council aad Real Estate Exchange Honors Ills ' Memory. TYi death of George Francis Train has called forth many worda of. respect to tha memory of that talented and .eceentrio man, who did so much to build up Oiuaha In the early days. Mayor Moores has sent the following to the council: To the Honorable, the City Council of tha City of Omaha: Gentlemen George Francis Train, one of the first cltlxens of Omaha, died at the Mills hotel, New York City, Monday night, January 18. 1S04. Mr. Train was very prominently Identi fied with the early hlKtory of our city. Many vears ago, when the present Union Paclflo headquarters was then the Herndon houce, along in the 60s, Mr. Train mado this hotel his headquarters. In In ''Train Town," he erected quite a number of cot tages and made other improvements which aided in giving Omaha Its first start. He was an eccentric but honorable gentleman and a good cltlsen, and while he had nnt visited Omaha for a number of years, yet he always had the, kindliest feelings for us as a city and often expressed ' the sar.ie through his cousin and relative, ex-Mayor Ueorne P. Kemia. I therefore think It hut fitting and proper that your honorable body take action ly appointing a committee to draft snlt'ilil resolutions to hla memory and have the same placed In the records of tho cay council. The Real Estute oxotiange will send reso lutions of respect to the memory of Citizen Train and will nrrnnge for lloweis at 'he funeral. A resolution to this effect was Introduced by A. Pi Tukfiy at (he meethm and the carrying out of the measnro' left to the president and secretary. READY TO BECOME A BRIDE Anna Cook Pieparrs 'or .Marriage imil Sues Man She Accu. es of Deception. . A breach -Af prantIaev.aci.loii was begun In. the district . court -iiitatey' hyAnne Cook, who cues Adam Jam.'eson for .l?,m) for an alleged promise, of marriage and In jury to her affections and health. Miss Cook says Jamleson began paying her attentions In July, 1902; that hi whs very assiduous and spoke to her constantly In most endearing forms, and -finally", in September, 1903,- asked her to marry Mm. Bhe consented and says she has been ready and anxious to marry him since that time, but that he now refuses to carry Cut his part of the contract. Jamleson Is a plumber engaged In busi ness at 1706 North Twenty-fourth street. Kew Germ Destroyer. Pr. King's New Discovery kills consump tion and grip germs. Cures coughs, colda and lung troubles or no pay. C0c, $1.00. 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You could not make a better investment than to go to tout drpesJst today and secure a $1.00 botds of Wine of Cardui and take it in your home. Wine of Cardui cured Miss limcson when every other known remedy failed. WEI you try it? J v "1