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THE OMAIIA DAILY DEE: TltTIiSDAY. FKHKUAUY 2."). 1001.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA. COUNCIL MISOR MEXTIO. Davis sells druge. Leffert's glasses fit. Btockert sells carpets. The Fsust cigar, 6 cents. A atora for men "Fleno's." Born, to Mr. and Mn. Frank P. Wright, 3 South Seventh street, a mm. annual reduction on framed pictures, .Alexander's, Hroadwai'. Tel. 366. Mluff City Masonic loda;e will meet thla evening for work In the third degree. Tlgredia "temple, Rathbone Sinters, will . meet this evening at 7 o'clock In St. Al tmna hall. Mrs. W. Nelxnn of Missouri Valley Is the guest of the family of G. W. Oarner, 17 North Klrat atreet. The aid society of the Woman's Relief eorpa will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mra. Marks. 1413 Avenue li. Mm. A. W. Relkman of C'hadron. Nrb., formerly of thla city, la the guest of Mra. Harriet K, Plumer, 4-4 Ulen avenue. The heavrinr of Joe Pmltt, charged with breaking and entering, waa continued In police court yeaterday until thla morning. The remaJna of David Ilrown, who died January 12 at t'.'4 Third street, were In terred yeaterday In Walnut Hill cemetery. C. A. Johnson of Wood Ixke, la., and C. F. Boon of Butte, Neb., former treasurer of Boyd county, are gueats of Alderman and Mra. C. W. McDonald. David Donaldson of Farragut. Ia, and Mra. Harriet Kstey of Shenandoah, la., were married Tuesilay evening at the Kiel hotel. Rev. F. A. Cawe of the First liuplist church officiating. ' The hearing of W. D. Townsend of the Omaha CXin club, charged by the deputy fish and game warden with snooting game birds In this county without the requisite license, waa continued In Justice Ourrn'a court yeaterday until March 1. The remains of J. H Atkins, who died in California last fall, arrived In the city yeaterday. accornpanltd by Mra. Atkins, Henry Atkins, Dr. I,ac-y and T. D. Laeey. jr. The funeral will be held Sunday, an nouncement of which will be made later. Mra. Sarah H. Hill, mother of F. II. Hill of thla city, died Monday at the home of her laughter, Mrs. J. M. Harnes in Duluth. Minn. Mrs. Hill waa 90 years of age and up ! two years ago had for twenty years made eYllhome In thla city with Mr. and Mra. F. H. Hill. Andrew, the young son of C. A. Altman aperger, 4.17 Park avenue, complained to the police yeaterday that he had been bitten while returning home from the Washington avenue, school by a dog belonging to M. S. Welker. The boy'a back waa lacerated by the dog's teeth. Marriage Licenses. Licenses to wed have been Issued to the following: Name and residence. Age. David Donaldson, Farragut. Ia Mi Henrietta Kstey, Shenundnah, Ia hit Ell Collins. Yorkshire, la L'l Jennie . Hare, Central City, Neb Kliner Kern, Creston, Ia "i KM J. McGary. Creston, la 'iZ Samuel Dresser. Jr., Omaha 2f l-eola, I-andmessi r, Omaha 19 John Kills, Tamplco, III 24 Ida Wilaon, Council muffs 30 Harry A. Priest, Henderson, la Iti Anna E. buck, Henderson, Ia J I Hafer sella lumber. Catch the Idea? . Real K.state Transfers. Theae transfers were reported February 24, to "The. Bee, by the abstract, title and loan omeV of Squire Sc. Annla, 101 Pearl street:' N. Hodgson and wife et al. to Samuel Rlhner, ne and n',4 sec. l-7t-40, q e. d t 1 Hana Jensen and wife to Thomas Thomsen and wife, lot 6 and 10 feet of lot 6. block 15. Hall's add., w. d. 1.750 Julia A. Sroufe to Robert iL Pettlbone, . V lota 1 and 2. block 5. Wright's add., wr d 650 Oscar t Albertl and wife to Henry Ehlere, acre In ne4 nwv4 '.9-76-43t W. d.. 75 Four 'transfers; total .,. $2,476 K. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. 230; night, F 667. Bias In dollar Faetory. Ftre waa discovered at 8 o'clock laat night in the horse collar factory of A. C. Keller at Thlrty-aecond atreet and Avenue A. The prompt arrival of the department prevented much damage. . Tfye blase la supposed to have, started under the floor of the work room 10 the aouth part of the building and the firemen aucreeded In preventing it communicating to the part of the building In which the atock waa atored. Mr. Kel ler eaUmated the damage at between $300 and I MO, covered by Inaurance. , i The Bachelor Girls. Last nlght'a leaden; Allle Bell 17.273 Cera Gretaer 1rt,8T1 Made) Kahlcr 18,7NI Anna Wack. 15.10$; Llaile McCreary, 14. 711: Ivena Datchler, 11,767; Kate Groneweg, 11.17; Maud Bryant. 10.173; Grace Hamilton, 8.333. and others. One vote la given with each cent of all purchaaea at Harvey De Long'a, 307 Broadway. Old Man Makes Strang. Offer. SipriX CITY, Ia., Feb. 24. (Special Tele gram. Harry Clark Moore, aged 88 years, haa nade a strange proposition to the city council. He offers to give his remain to the high eat bidder for dissection at medloal cllnlca and aaka that the amount raised be used aa a nucleua for a fund to be used In building- a public crematory. Mr. Moore publto lecturer until recently. GET MY BOOK IF SICK Don't send a penny. Just wait till you see what I can do. Let me take the risk. Let me prove up first what Dr. Snoop's Restorative can do. The Restorative will gala your friendship, your endorsement if you teat It. And for a whole month you can teat It without the slightest rUk. I will tell you of a druggist near you who will furnish six bottlea of Dr. Shoop's Re storative, a month on trial. I will absolutely stand all the coat if it falls. If you aay, "It did not help me," that enda It aa far aa coat to you Is con cerned. Do you understand me? I am tell ing it aa plainly, aa clearly aa I can. I want you to know absolutely and without doubt thla offer la made on honor. I have the prescription that cures. My only prob lem la to convince you that Dr. Shoop's Re storative will cure Is sn uncommon remedy. A common remedy could not stand a teat like thla. It would bankrupt the physician making the offer And I am succeeding everywhere and here la the secret of my aucceas. I found invariably that where there was a weakness, the Inside nerves were weak. When there was a lack of vitality tha vital nerves lacked power. Where weak organs were found, I always found weak nerves. Not the nerves commonly thought Dr. Shoop's Book 1 on Dyspepsia Book I on tbe Heart Book I on the Kidneys At The Doctors Risk BLUFFS. NO DEARTH OF CANDIDATES Much Talk of Men Who Would Occupy Seats in the City Counoil EACH WARD HAS FULL QUOTA IN FIELD t'p to Date J. M. Mathews la Oaly One Announced for the Position ef City Auditor Several for Park Commissioner. Aspirants for the republican aldermanlc nominations are cropping out on atl aides and there are already a number of candi dates In each ward. The number now ac tively campaigning, it Is expected, will be Increased aa the time for the ward con ventions or caucuses drawa nigh. In the First ward, which Is now repre sented by Alderman Charles Huber, demo crat. J. F. Helwig, W. S. Balrd And J. R. Bell are out for the republican nomination. Friends of Charlea Atwood, aecretary of the First Ward First rrerlnet Improvement club, are urging his candidacy, but Mr. At wood denies having any ambltlnna in that direction. Alderman Huber has given It out that he Intends to retire from political activity and will not seek a renomlnatlon. C. D. Walters and Ed Stockert are reported o casting covetoua eyea on the democratic nomination for First ward alderman and It la also stated that Mr. Walters would like the democratic nomination for park com missioner. Rumor hath It likewise that Mr. Bell would not be averse to accepting the republican nomination for park commis sioner. Now that Alderman Lougee has an pounced hla candidacy for the republican nomination for alderman-at-large there are several candidates mentioned for the nomi nation for alderman from this ward. Tay lor Woolsey Is being; actively pushed for ward by his frlenda, while Chris Straub has a large following and Peter Wind has been more or less prominently mentioned in connection with thla nomination. Attor ney O. S. Blanchard waa mentioned in the earlier part of the campaign as a likely candidate, but it Is said he has now with drawn from the race. The democratic nom ination. It in said, will likely go to Thomas Maloney. Third Ward Candidates. Former County Treasurer William Arnd yielding to the wlshea of his friends, will re-enter the political arena and yester day announced that he would be a candi date for the republican nomination for al derman from the Third ward. Robert Wal lace Is also In the field and It la possible that I. Chemlra may decide to be a candl date. There has been some talk of Park Commissioner Martin Schmidt seeking the aldermanlc nomination In this ward, but It la generally understood that Mr. Schmidt would prefer a renomlnatlon for the office he now holds and which is for six years and pays a salary of $500 a year. Alderman Tlnley, the preeent representative from the Third 'ward in the city council, will. It is snld, be accorded a renomlnatlon by the democrats without opposition. There sue several avowed Candidates for the republican nomination In the Fourth ward now that Alderrr.an McDonald has Hated that he will not seek a renomlnatlon. H. F. Knudsen Is at present the moet ac tive candidate, but he will not have a clear course, as Slack Peterson is being strongly pushed by his friends., A number of Fourth warders are urging; the nomination of either F. J. Day or John O. Wadsworth, and It la possible that one of them will be a candi date. I'p to date no name for the demo cratic nomination has been mentioned. Alderman J. C. Fleming lias announced his desire to be accorded a renomlnatlon by the republicans of the Fifth ward, which his friends Insist he Is entitled to. Hans Hansen, committeeman In the Sec ond precinct, Is out for the nomination and is making an active campaign. A. C. Ella worth has alao announced his candidacy, and the name of former Alderman Dell O. Clark has been repeatedly mentioned. Alderman I. Iovett desires a renomlna tlon and Captain C. S. Hubbard has an nounced himself a candidate. It Is said that Mr. Lovett will have the support of the West End Improvement club. Former County AuJitor John M. Matthews has announced hla candidacy for the re publican nomination for city auditor, In view of the fact that Auditor Evans has stated he will not seek a renomlnatlon, having other plana in view. At a meeting of the republican votera of the Sixth ward last night it waa decided to preaent the name of O. P. Kemp to the achool convention as a candidate for member of the Board of 'Education from the Sixth ward, and In the event of Mr. Kemp declining to be a candidate to pre sent the name of II. J. Swartx. The Sixth ward will make a demand that it be rep resented on the board. The meeting alao decided to present the name of Captain C. of, but the vital organ's nerves. The Inside the Invisible nerves. This waa a revelation. Then my real suc- ceaa began. Then I combined ingredients that would strengthen, that would vitalise thene nervea That prescription I called a restorative. It U known the world over now as Dr. . Shoop's 'Restorative. Thousands are accepting my offer and only one In each forty writes me that my remedy failed. Just think of It. 39 out of 40 get well, and theae are difficult cases too. And the fortieth has nothing to pay. That Is a record I am proud of. It is wrong to stay aick when a chance like thla la open. If wel'. you should tell others who are sick, of my offer. Don't let a sick friend stay alck because he knows not of my offer. Tell him. Get my book for him. Do your duty. You may be sick yourself sometime. Sick people need help. They appreciate sympathy snd aid." Tell me of some sick friend. Iet me cure him. Then he will show to both of us his gratitude. Your re ward will be hla gratitude. Send for the book now. Do not delay. Address Dr. Shoyp, box K'h, Racine. Wis. Mild cases, not chronic, are often cured with one or two bottloa. At druggists. Restorative Book 4 for Women Book t for Men sealed Book t on Rheumatism B Hubbard to the city convention as csn dldate for the nomination for park commissioner. o RD 81BIIT OSB PROPOSITION. Plaa la to Levy a Ta for Addition to Avenae B Kchool. "Shall there, be levied upon the taxable property of the district a tax of I2S.C00 for the scool house fund, so much thereof as may be necessary to be used in Improving the. Avenue B school house in said dis trict and in erecting an addition thereto?" Thla proposition, the Board of Education decided last night, will tie the only one providing additional school faellltlea for the western pert of the city, which It will submit to the voters at the school election next month. The several petitions asking the board to submit three propositions; namely, to levy $35,000 for a new ten-room building In the locality between Sixteenth and Twentieth streeta, to levy $2B,00O for an ad dition to the Avenue n school and to es tablish seventh and eighth grades therein, and to levy $18,000 for a new four-room building in the locality between Thirteenth and Twentieth streeta. were ordered laid on the table, or In other words, rejected, on motion of Member Tlnley for the follow ing reasons: That' the petitions are not In form In that they seek to establish the location of the propoaed building. That the petitions provide for the es tablishment of seventh and eighth grades in the proposed school, a matter within the province of the achool board. That to submit the three propositions would, If -carried, provide for the raising hv taxation of $78,000, which would exceed the limit of taxation provided by atatute. When the board convened the attorneys repreaentlng the different factions offered to withdraw their petitions and substitute a compromise one proposing the erection of a ten-room school In the locality bounded on the east by Eighteenth street and on the west by Twentieth street. Member Tlnley, before offering his mo tion to reject all three petitions, explained the position of the board, which he said had decided that the proper solution of the question to provide the necessary ad ditional school facilities for the west end of the city was to erect an addition to the Avenue B school, where the seventh and eighth grades could be established and maintained. To aubmlt all three proposi tions, he argued, would result In the defeat of all and then the board would be In the dilemma of not being able to carry out ita plan to provide the additional fa cilities needed In the western part of the city. Attorney Oalvln. before the paasage of Member Tlnley's motion to reject all three petitions, questioned the right of the board to lay them on the table, Inasmuch aa the law, he contended, provided that the board had no discretion In the matter but to submit the propositions as peti tioned for, when the petitions bore the requisite number of bona fide signers. To let Member Tlnley's motion prevail. Attorney Oalvln argued, would be unwar ranted, autocratic and arbitrary, and re fusing to the people what the law granted them. Intimating that the action of the board would reault In the matter being taken Into the courts, Attorney Oalvln aald, "We do not wish to be drawn into tho position where we will have to go Into court and mandamus the board to submit our proposition, but we cannot allow the rights .allowed us by statute to be thus trampled upon." Before leaving- the meeting. Attorney Calvin, announced that mandamus pro ceedings would be begun In, 'the district court today to compel the board to aub mlt the propoaltlon to levy $18,000 for the erection of a four-room building in the locality named. The (following judges, clerks and regis trar a were appointed for the school elec tion on March 14. the district for the pur pose of ruch election being- divided Into six voting precincts: First Precinct Judges. John Halle, John Barhyte; clerks, Robert Rain, A. C. Ranck; registrars, William Green. Clus Hesler. second precinct juoges, c w. roster, n. Keller: clerks. J. W. Crossland. W. H. MtiUIn: registrars. J. D. Johnson, O. H. Lucas. Third Precinct Judaea. J. R. Macrae, Ij. Rrldensteln; clerks, George F. Smith, Louis Zurmuehlen. Jr.; registrars, H. J. Palmer, J. Hughes. Fourth Precinct Judges, B. 8. Terwll- llger, J. W. Morse: clerks. C. F. Pashal, F. f. wngnt; regisirara, ueorge itaynes, it. S. Ogden. Fifth Precinct Judges. J. K. Cooper. T. McMullen; clerks. A. T. Brewlck, I. V. Howard; registrars. Hana Hansen. . 8 xth Precinct Judges. C. s. HuDbara, William Hoyt; clerks, I.. Boekhoff. A. M. Swart: registrars, William Hoyt, Jr., B. J. Hancock. Plumbing and heating. Blxby it Son, Commercial Clah's Aaaasl Meet In sr. Arrangements for the annual meeting and banquet of the Commercial club Wednes day night, March t, have been completed and invitations are now being aent out by Secretary Reed. The meeting and banquet will be held In the ballroom of the Grand hotel, the banquet being served from 7 to 8:30 o'clock. An hour will be devoted to addresses and toasta, after which the regu lar business of the annual meeting will be taken up. The principal speakers will be Hon. Clarke B. Carr of Oalesburg, 111., and Hon. W. K. Balnbridge of thla city. Mr. Carr waa formerly United States minister to Denmark and la a large holder of Council Bluffs real estate. He will take as the subject of his address, "Abraham Uncoln, the First Investor In Council Bluffs Real Estate." Mr. Balnbridge. who waa formerly secretary of the American legation at Peking and more recently a member of the Venexuela Claims Commis sion at Caracas, Venezuela, will speak on Our Trade Relations with the Orient." Other prominent guests will be present and respond to toaats. At the business meeting the secretary will make a detailed report of the buaineaa transacted by the club during the paat year and thla will be followed by the election of a board of directors, an execu tive committee, a president, two vice presi dents, secretary and treasurer for the en suing year. Ogden Hotel Rooms, with or without board; steam beat; free bath; public par lor. Walrott Held for l.arceaiy. Charles Walcott, the young man chained with the theft of a gold watch from the Wiatt home on Fourth street, where he waa visiting an uncle', waa yeaterday bound over to the grand jury and in default of ball placed at f-'OU was committed to the county Jail. Walcott claims to be a kleptomaniac. "I can't help it. I've done It all my life," he told the court. He aald he graduated from the Klngaley (Neb.l high school three years ago aud that his father Is a practicing physician at Hartley, Neb. I'ntll a week ago he waa employed by a wholeaale drug firm in Omaha. Walcott admits taking the watch from Mrs. Wiatt'a room and try ing to dispose of it at a Broadway pawnahop. The pawn broker, however, offered htm such a small aum for It tha! he decided to return It. but was unable to oo ao, as he found Mrs. Wtatt's room locked. He says he then placed the watch in another room. The watch, however, la still missing and the police are Inclined to believe that Walcott eold It In Omaha, where he was arrested Tuesday. Clstn Bros., plumbing. TOO B'wsy Tel. AIM FOR BIENNIAL ELECTIONS Hons Pajnei Bill Which Has Already Bera Pawed by tbe Senpte. GRINNELL IS AFTER THE DEAF SCH001 t'oart Decides It Has n Jurisdiction to Interfere In Primary Fight, aa Requested liy Congress man llnll. (From a Staff Correspondent.) DES MOINES. Feb. S4. (Special. )-The members of the general assembly have by an overwhelming majority shown them selves favorable to the Idea of having elec- tlona In Iowa only once every two years, and having alternate years free from poli tical strife. The house today voted 72 to 10 In favor of submitting to the people a con stitutional amendment providing for bien nial elections, the same having already paused the senate by a still larger prepon derance, and having been approved by the Twenty-ninth general assembly and pre viously by two successive assemblies and by vote of the people. A few explanations were made of votes, but no organised oppo altlon to blennalal elections wns made. Tinkering the Iowa secret ballot and reg istration system of elections was con demned by the house today. A bill to In crease from 3.VI0 to 4.S00 the size o( cities In which registration shall be required was defeated. 34 to 4R. The bill would have re lieved from the necessity of registration the following cities: Charlton, Cherokee, Eaglo Orove. Orlnnell, Independence, IeMars, Maqunketa. Missouri Valley, Mt. Pleasant, Newton, Perry. Red Oak, Shenandoah, Clnrlnda and Washington. The members from counties in which these cities are lo cated nearly all voted against the bill and the registration will continue to be held there. The Cartensen bill reported favorably from the labor committee to require reports to the state labor bureau of all accidents In factories, workshops, mines and on rail roads, waa taken up and discussed, but op position developed and it was on a vote referred to the Judiciary committee for fur ther consideration. Providential Fund Opposed. After a heated debate. In which the prin cipal factors were Senators Onrst and Dewls, the Erlcson bill, appropriating $200, 000 from the state treaaury as a providen tial contingent fund for use of the execu tive council In repairing and rebuilding state institutions destroyed or damaged by disaster, was defeated this morning In the senate by a vote of 22 for to 23 against. IJefore the announcement of the roll call Senator Erlcson changed his vote to the negative for the purpose of giving the sen ator a right to move for a reconsideration. An amendment offered by Senator Lewis reducing the amount of the fund to $ri0,000 was defeated by the senate In committee of the whole before tho bill was finally taken up for passage and defeated. The senate adopted a resolution urging the Iowa senators and representatives In congress to support the Hepburn-Dolllver bill giving each state full control over the liquor traffic within Its borders. The bill preventing the sale of stocka of roods In bulk waa recommended for pass age, as were also the bills granting relief to members of the Iowa National Guard and establishing a reclprccity in certificates so that physicians from another state will not be required to take a new examination when coming to Iowa. Sfw Hills. Senate Bllln Oarst, repealing law requir ing township trustees to publish an Item ized account of reoelpta and expenditures; Harper, giving executive council . authority to sell or lease Islands In wate'rs of the state; Erlcabn, relating to distribution of code and aupplements; Jamison, correcting forftlture of life Insurance policies because of failure to pay dues or r.ssessments, be. fore stated notice. Is given by companies; Jamison, appropriating $30,000 for establish ment of Industrial school and reformatory for women at or near Dea Moines; Lam How I Cured a Case Years of Piles and Hemor rhoids are due to run down, depleted condition of the body. 1 have found Jn my practice that 1 can often care the worst case of Piles by regu lating the bowels, pu rifying the blood, and toning up the syatera. I know nothing bet ter for this purpose than my Dr. Kay's Renovator. I hare fonnd out by experience that there If nothing in this world lietter to tone up tbe body, pu rify the blood, give vigor to the nerves, and strength to all the vital organs, than this greatest of all body builders. Tbe following letter I received recently from the Rev. U. A. Richmond, Macon, Mo. He says: " I have bad Indigestion, Constipation and Piles for ten years, growing rapidly worse for GAVE HI bert, taxation of frelaht lines and equip ment companies: Warren, appeals to su preme court: Lyons, regulating business of ienl estate brokers, requiring license fee of $-'5 nnuiin ly and a bond for ll.Ol. Hons. Itllls--)'hncn. to require railroads to have track scales and permitting ship pers to demand weighing of eat load ship ments thereon at the place of destination: McAllister, appropriating (sVi'ii for the state soldiers' Vrnme; Holnnd. giving $A.cm to Mrs. Maggie Edwards as damage for an Injury received at the state college; Robin son, to permit the executive council to lease or sell the lake beds. Unldlera to Have Preference. Tho commute on military affairs of the house held a session this morning and decided upon recommending unanimously the passage of the Bealer bill for estab lishing the rule In Iowa that veterans of the civil war shall be given preference on all public work or employment. eltler directly 1y the state or In any depart ment of the state service, and on contrai ls done for the state, or on county and mu nicipal work of ail kinds. Tbe bill Is In tended to affect the large army of em ployes at the Parlous state Institutions an.! In county work of all kinds. Cirlnnell After Iteaf School. The Grlnnell people made a move In the direction of securing the location of the. State School for the Deaf In case It Is to be removed from Its present site near Council Bluffs and today the members of the legislature were treated to literature extolling the advantages of Orlnnell. The literature tells of the size of tbe city and Its already splendid reputation as an edu cational center and a city of refinement and culture. It is understood that Orinnell will send a delegation to the legislature to watch the matter closely and If there Is any prospect of the removal of the school a ptrong bid will be made. The passage of vhe bill to grant a right-of-way through the state grounds at Council Bluffs Is re garded, however, as a strong point in favor of retaining the present location despite the disadvantages which have been alleged agiln.it It. Kebrnaka Man on Trial. The trial of O. If. Jackson, ft cattle man of Nebraska, is being held in Newton. He is accused of having bought ft herd of cat tle from George D. Harrah of Jasper county under false pretenses. According to the statements of the attorneys the state will endeavor to prove that Jackson mtule false representations to Harrah regarding his financial condition, claiming that he was out of debt, and Induced Mr. Harrah to sell him ISO head of cattle, for which he wan to pay $15,000, paying $4,700 In cash, $1,300 in Ufa insurance premiums and giv ing notes for the remainder. The prosecu tion claims that before the cattle were really delivered to Jackson be had placed a chattel mortgage upon them for $i.000 and soon thereafter for $10,000, and that he made all sorts of exrtises to account for these mortgages and for his nonpay ment of the notes. Jackson, on the other hand, claims that tbe Harrahs understood his financial con dition and that he was Induced to buy by their roseate pictures of the wealth which camo from cattle raising. He alleges that the cattle he bought from Harrah were diseased and that the cattle he owned prior to their purchase were Injured by this disease. Preachers Stand by Japan, The missionary conference of the Metho dist Episcopal church Is being held In Des Moines. The program contains addresses and papers, all relating to missionary work In various parts of the world. The confer ence is informal and Is the first of Its kind held In the state, leading ministers engaged In or Interested in missionary work coming from the four conferences of the church in the state. One of the features of the session was a bitter attack on Rus sia and a defense of Japan by George H. Jones, a' missionary in Corea. He held that Russia Is a Slav nation and not at all fitted to tnke the leadership In Corea and China, while Japan, allied with Great Britain, Is able to accomplish much. Another Cummins Victory. The second of the contests for supremacy In the republican party in Iowa came In Marshalltown, where the caucauses were held to select delegates to the county con vention. The issue was drawn sharply between the friends of the governor and supporters of the republican platform and his opponents, and the governor'a frlenda won In every ward of the city. There had of Piles, after Many Standing. the I a ft five years. I have taken four boxes of your Dr. nay's Renovator. I am feeling much better, have no Constipation, no I'ilea, and hat a very slight tendency toward Indi eestion. I have suffered almoit constantly for the last two year with my head; that U now all gone. My kiuuejs aud liver are alio in perfect condition." The above shows exactly what I can do with my Renovator, and I want everyone who i ailing to give it a trial. Aik your druggist for it, ana If you cannot buy a pack age of my tahleta from him, either for 'if cts.. 60 eta. or $1.00, write to me, and I will send same to yon by mail. If your case is in any way complicated you may also have the bene fit of my professional advice, and many years of experience absolutely free. Any corre spondence addressed to Dr. B. J. Kay.c-o The Dr. B. J. Kav Medical Co., 24 Clinton Street, Saratoga fcpringj, N. Y., will hav careful and prompt attention, and will alssj be considered confidential. RELIEF Wom'eiD Win KirowV Wine of Cardui bs been so helpful to me that I feel it my duty to advise sirk and suffering women to try this wonderful remedy. MISS MARTHA HUBER, 505 East 88tb St., New York City. Wine of Cardui is simply wonderful and I wish that all suffering women, kiiew of its good qualities. MRS. WILHELMINA SNOW, Treas. Economic League, Portland, Me. W0MEop3A0S(y0 Hundreds of thousands of women whose advice is worth taking will tell you that Wine of Cardui is the medicine to cure all female diseases. These women are competent to give advice because they have been through the 'whole gamut of suffering, from incipient menstrual irregularities to bearing down pains, ovarian pains, been expectation Unit M:r.lmll coupty would present a candidate for delig.itc to the national convention who would ! op posed to Oovernor Cummin, but this ends the fight In the district. Hull (.els n Injnnet Ion. Judge Mclletliy jv the di-Ml ii t . ,Mtrt this afternoon d-M-lded tl,e eouit hid po Jurisdiction In the application of Captain Hull for an Injunction to restrain th county central committee i'i selecting Judges for the primaries tn vt Mot. day. Judge Rrcrnan conctifccl l:i tils Inion. The decision probably will help Judge Prouty at the primaries. Death of Odd Trillin. Max Newman, past grand tnaslrr i f the I Iowa ftrand lodge of the Independent Order ! of Odd Fellows, died at Mercy hospital t'Mt morning of acute heart trouble. Mr. N't w m m'a death came as a surprise t I is many fi lends, both In the order to which lie I.miI devoted a life's work, and In busi ness circles. This for the reason that or. Friday last he bad licen able to attend to hi' business tint low and on that day. In company with Grand Secretary Tilton. of the Iowa grand lodge, went to Iowa City to attend the funeral of Past Grand Master J. Norwood Clark. t.nuil Itonds Convention. The convention of the Iowa Goods as sociation convened this morning la Mar quette hill it,, I devoted the earlier session to the consideration of a bill It will nsk the legislature to pass, which provides for a stnte-wlde and uniform system of road-bulldlng and the carrying on of the work under the direction of a good roads commission. CORE Ick Headsrhs and relle all the troubles Inel dent to s blliou state of the system, tirh Dts rlneM, Nsuiea, Drowsiness. Distress after sating, P!n In the Side, Ac. While their most remark able iucciii hat bees shown lu curing Headache, yet Carter's little LlTerl'illaare equally valuable in t'on.tipatioo, curiae and prcveutlng Ihia annoying complaint, while thr r alao correct all dtaordera of tbe toniach, atlmulaie the liver and regulate the bowels. Even if they only cure Arhe they would he almost priceless to those whe suffer from this distressing complaint ; but fortu nately their goodneaa doea not end here, and tboas who once try them will nd theae little pills vain able in so many ways that they will not be wilhsf ID do without them. But after all tick head A'CiKlE Is th bane of so many lives that here ia where we make or freat boaat. Oar I'Ula curs it while others d Jt . Carter' i Little Liver Pills sre vn-y small as very esay to take. One or two pilis make a doae. They sre strictly vegetable ana do not gripe or purge, but by their gentle sctlon please all who naa Ihsm. In viala at S5 ceuis; live for II. tJuU by irngglata everywhere, or aent by mail. CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York Cltj We sell at retail Drays, De livery Wagons, Milk Wag ons. Express Wagons, Car riages, Automobiles, etc. Call and see our stock ut Jl'10 Bouth Main street. DAVID BRADLEY & CO. COUNCIL BLUFFS, IA. Every Woman MWbk la lnii"aaui nnl should know W1!(l MARVEL Whirling Spray I The new I Hfrtmm. 'tote- i Musi I oiiventtnt. ft IlilssMra iRBfanil. raw draff t-l W H. If h t'ftimoiauijply tl MAKWKI.. accent no :' t otter, but wnd. lamp for illntratfi hoHk-tWr... ItffWo full Dfcrtlculari and dinvMioin tii- Valuiihlf to Litdiei M 4K r LlO., 41 rarkllow, Sew lork. For tuia only by KUHN & CO.. jbin and Douglas, Omaha. Nebraska. Lock-Gunsmith All kindn of repair ing done. We fix everything but broken hearts. L. H. PETERSON, t'-M W. Ilruudway. 'I'hone H7C LEWIS CUTLER MORTICIAN. a Pwarl Bt Council Bluffs. 'Phone ft. CARTER'S BflVER aH Every woman suffering with female trouble should try Wine of Cardui, and 1 fully believe she will experience the same benefits and cure which I have. MRS. L. A. AUSTIN, 606 N. 6th St., Kansas City, Mo. My advice to suffering women is to take Wine of Cardui and they will never be dis appointed in the results. MISS LOUISE FINE, li") Heuuessy St., New Orleans, La. leucorrhoea, nervousness, pains of childbirth and even the vital suffering during the change of life. These women say Wine of Cardui will cure menstrual disorders, bearing down pains, ovarian pains, leucorrhcea, nervousness and hysteria that this pure wine will rob childbirth of its worst agonies, and that the change of liie need have no terrors for a woman who takes this great female tonic. Will you take their advice? Secure a Fiottle of Wine of Cardui to-day. . I mmm. I Sfc-r- . t "US' Dr.G.W.PANGLE The Good Samaritan. 30 YEARS' EXPERIENCE. Reader of Diseases of Men and- Women. er.srt.l- al lr. Siriri H.rkal Dlapanary at PJUa-idiw I'll Tell What Ails You Wrthout Asking a Question I CURE -Catarrh of Head, Throat anil Lun; ttiM-uvrs of live and Kar; Fits and Apopteir; Mean, l.iver and Kidi.cv lilseaM'S; IHauetcs, M iitht's iiiHcuse. Si. Vitus' HancCi Klietiina t'stn. Scrofula Iiropsv cured without tspplr.tf. All Chronic, Neroiis lind Private lisei,se-i. ALL DISEASES OF WOMEN. Consumption cured. Ooltre, Rupture, Hydro. tle, Varicocele, piles. Fistula, Cancer, all Malignant Ornvthsanri Appendicitis cured without the knlle. I guarantee to care alltstraof Lest Manhood Syphilis and Private Diseases. Those nt a distance seiul for question blank No. 1 for men; No. I for women. All correspondence strictly confidential. Med icine sent by express.- Address nil letters to C. W. PANCLE, M. D. 728 FIRST AVE., Council Bluffs, la. t'fSnd 2-ccnt stamo for reply. 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I ininirMF Cures nuarunleed la I VAhILULLLL .i.EfS THAN a UAVIi, I Kl all 'ill (Wift caoea cured of Hydrocele, ! ILAK JU.UUU Btncture, aiaet. Nsrvoas litLility, lobs f Strength and Vitality I and all forma ol chronic diseases. Treatment by mail. Call or wiite. Bot ! lib. Utiles 211 SoitUt Uth) aU. Omaba. Ms y .'mxm .;.tr a ' VS. jt 3n J " j. m i Call il ii aisa"- air 'imm .i