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TIIE BKK: OMAHA, FRIDAY. JUNE 18, 1!K0.
sai Council Bluffs Council Bluffs Council Bluffs Iowa 8 Minor Mention a u Davis, drugs, CORRIOANSk Undertskers. 'Phone Hi. Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone S7. Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. V. FA L' ST BEER AT ROGERS' BUFFET. When you want reliable want ad adver tising, una The, Bee. Dr. W. W. JJsgarell. .optometrist moved to City National bank building. P.AIRD. LOSGKN'KfKKR ROLAND. Undertaker. Phone 12, 1 N. Main Ht. Try a picture for that next wedding pres ent. Alexanders Art Btore, J3i Broadway. VA Daniel HeHtiy organ. In perfect con dition, at $10. A Moene company, 2? South Main and 2:t pearl- street, Council bluffs Members of the Council Bluff Auluiim bilr. club are planning a run tc Atlan'lc next Sunday. In response to an Invitation frr.ni the automobile c'.ub of that enter prising Cass county town. Kenjamlti Marks, who has been at the I'dmundscti Memorial hOKpltal for tho last two weeks, underwent an operation Wednesday. HI conditio" yesterday wan reported to he satlsfactijy. The Brotherhood of American Yeomen will hold memorial services Sunday at Bethany Presbyterian church. Rev. John Kroonemeyet1, pastor of the church, who ts a member of the order, will preach the memorial sermon and the Yeomen quartet will sing. The case against H. P. Nelson, charged hy P. A. Peterson, president and manager of the Rounds Jewelry company of Omaha with forging an order for articles of Jewelry, was. dismissed In Justice Coop er's court yesterday at the request of the complaining witness. The hearing of Frank Davis and Lewis Moore charged with breaking and entering a boarding car occupied hy Greek section hand on the Rock Island tracks, iear High street, was continued In police co'trt yesterday, after part of the testimony hid been taken, until this morning. Mis Renvennts Pchnertsack. assistant lit the public library, has been granted a tlx weeks' leave of absence by the board. fhe mill take a course of study In library worn at Iowa City during her vacation. During her absence. Mr. Strong, an apprentice, will take her place In the public library. Council Bluffs tent, Knight of the Mhc eahees and Conrad hive. Ladles of the Maccabees will hold Joint memorlnl -icr-vlce Sundav afternoon at 2:30 o'clock In Maccahee hall. The members will proced In a body from the hull to Fnlrvlew ceme tery, where the graven of the deceased members will be pVcnratod. All members are requested to bring flowers to the hall. S. K. (lro. a lab iter, was In police court yesterday morning, charged w'th acting In a suspicious manner towards young iritis. s the evidence failed .o show that Gross had done more than frUhten the children bv his strange actions, he was discharged with a lecture and a wigge-tion from the court that he leave the city. f-.-imencement exercises, marking the e'iv of the veer's work of Our Lady of Victory acadev. were held yesterd.i' reornlnir In the chapel of the schoo' after the o'clock mass. Two st"t es gr-rtnated from the academy tM ver M'a Irene Johnson and Miss V'Tnr Reenlev. both of this city. The ces tM' made by Pev Father Mc Miimis of St. Francis Xavler'a church. ,frs. Ools Zoo Carter, who recently In IHitrrt suit for divorce from Walter C. -rr t'li hern forced to secure from ,Ti.- Wbeeter of the district court nn order restrnlplng her husband from vlslt-p- ber 'bti'' he children. According to ti" affidavit fled bv her, Mrs. Carter and ottest d"hter Carter has been m:ik Inf s'ost dlr Ms!ts to the house now oc-enni'- v his wi'e. and on one occasion, he Is said to have made serious threats. M1I.K ARDI VANCE C OVFERKNCK Dairymen Invited to Meet City Officials This Evening. A conference' between the city officials and a committee from the Dairymen's as sociation", to discuss the proposed milk ordinance, I slated for this evening at the city hall. Notices of the meeting were sent out yesterday by City Clerk Casady to those interested In the matter. Mayor Maloney, at whose suggestion the conference was arranged, ha Invited the member of the city council, the health officers cf the city and the city solicitor to he present.- The dairymen are to be represented by-' a committee consisting of President Taylor. Henry Sperling and Charles J. tills. . City Solicitor i Klmba'I wit! hae at the conference, V rt ugh draft cf ihe ordinance, which he Is preparing. This ordinance will provide for the titWrolln test of all cowa In dairies 'furnishing milk In the city. Our prices are. the lowest, quality con sidered, .In ' the city. I,et us show you. Duncan Shoe, company! T3 Main street. Children's Colored Wash Dresses 'They mnke me wish I had a little girl to buy for' said a woman who walked admiringly through the rows of vari colored little frocks spread on the tables of our second floor. Choice ginghams and lawns, the prettiest percales, chambrays and linens we could find. All carefully made in dozens of styles,' end the temptingly low prices 39c-50c-59c-65c-89c-$1.25-$1.48 and'oir up," according to the quality of the materials used and the work required. !i.:KlMONAS r Comfort itselfor the early morning work hours in hot weather, and such an array. Dainty light weight materials, quiet effects or the bright Oriental colors to suit your taste. Sheer cotton fabrics, at 69ci $1.25, $1.48 and $2.48 A' few choice long silk kimouas, Oriental patterns, at '"':-"$6.50 are very swell. ' L K MMm CO. 32-34 Main St. Council Bluffs, Ia. ' Phones 565. APPEAL IN BIG DITCH CASE Rock Island Railroad Decide to Take Matter is Court. NEW PHASE OF CONTROVERSY Ohjertlna: Land Owsfn Receive AM from an l'Bpecte4 ooree Valldltr of F.stahllsfcraent of District Attacked. iwKm..h it -aj fullv exaected that the controversy over the establishment of the Nlshnabotna drainage ditch wouia ne i.i,.n iin .he cmrts. the land owners who are opposed tc the project have reoelved aid from an unanticipated source. The Chicago. Rock Island A Pacific Railway company yesterday served notice on Ccunty Auditor Inncs that It -vould appeal to the district court from tha action of the Board of Supervisors, sitting as drainage eoarn, i.. ..i.uu,ir,ir tha Nlshnabotna drainage district. A bond In the sum cf $f.00 wa filed yesterday afternoon By tne rauwn company. The line of the Rock Island rrom Avoca niiih to r.rnn will be affected by the construction of the proposed drainage dis trict. The Carson branch Mini near me Nlshnabotna river and It !s claimed by that the construction of the proposed ditch would necessitate some .changes In the line. As the railroad company has decided to appeal from the establishment of the ditch, such action will not now ne necessary an ih. nr. these landowners who were op posed to the project. It. Is possible, how ever, that some of the larger ODjecung landowners may decide to go In with the railway company with a view of making the case stronger. Attorney Frank hlnn of Carsnn, who represents some of the owners ef land af fected by the ditch, stated that while he would certainly appeal from the appraise ment of damages In several cases, he would leave It for the railroad to take Into court the matter of the establishment of tho drainage district. It la expected that the appeal by the rail way company will come on for hearing at the next term of court, which opens Au gust 31, At the statute provides that "Tho or.a.anc terrn shall be '.he trial term." The esse will, In accordance with the statute, be tried In equity. Card of Thanlca. We wish to thank our friends and rela tives, and especially the Dunlap friends, for the kindness and sympathy In our late bereavement, and also for the many beautiful floral offerings. MR. AND MRS. CHAS. BIF.RWIRTH. Treat your fet to a pair of cool low cut shoes. Our prices will make It easy. Duncan. Shoe company, 23 Main atreet. PREP AH INK FOR BIG FRI'IT SHOW National Hortlrnltnral Exposition to Re Lamer Than Ever. "The exposition of the National Horti cultural congress this year will be one of the biggest enterprises of It kind ever held," declared General Manager Freeman L. Reed yesterday, as he pointed to his desk, which was literally covered with let ters of Inquiry concerning .ttie fruit show from all parts of the country. Copies of newspapers from Trtaho, Oregon and other western fruit hearing states received by Mr. Reed show that the forthcoming fruit show Is receiving considerable, notice In the press. "Things are actually booming," said Mr. Reed. "I am receiving encouraging word from all parts of the country, and practi cally every one of last year' exhibitors has signified an Intention of being here again this year with larger dlsplty. Among he letters received yesterday at the rational horticultural headquarters was one from C P. Close of College rark Md , cne of the p-lr.e winning exhibitors at the IftflS show, who write that be has succeeded In organizing grower in his vicinity and will be here again this year with a larger exhibit. He a' so send the name of sixteen grower who have of fered to act as vice presidents of the con gress and promote Its Interests. The work of preparation for this year's 33 35 Pearl St. txhibition Is now well under way. The committees have been rearranged with the fallowing chairmen: Premium P. p. Hesa. Transportation and Membership T. A. Barker. Publicity Victor E. Bender. Finance and Admittance B. H. .Doollttlo Buildings, tlrounds and Decoration- Charles A. Beno. Program J. M. Irvine. St. Joseph, Mo. Concessions J. u. Wadsworth. Exhibits, Fruit- W. O. Rich. Exhibit. Vegetables J. It- Mcpherson. Exhltlt. Flowers Hoy F. Wilcox. The premium and program committees are now at work upon the advance prem ium bulletin which It Is expected will be Issued before the end of this month. Following is the revised list of stale vice president: Arkansas: O. T. Lincoln. BenU.nvHls: p. A. Rogers. Graven. Coloiadu; lr. A. E. Miller, Austin; 3. S. Wocd, Payette. ' Cainima: Arthur R. BiIkks. San Fran cisco; George C. tloedlng, Fresno. Lx-iawate: f. M. Hopir, Magnolia; F. Bancroft, Wyoming. C. P. A. UtLTkla: Herbert C. White lleWttt' J. lurckmans. Augusta. Iowa. 10. Reeves. Waverlv: Prof H. Beech. Ames. Idaho: N. S. Miller, Caldwell; A. Ruddlck, Anon I a. E. W. HJ:r.-;is: J-i 1. (IrilmlTi. ttlapmlnpton is. liioya, Ktninunav. Indiana: J. A. Burton Mitchell- I'hrls Klr.e. Hushvllle. Mvntana: F. Whiteside, Kallnp-ll. Missouri: L1 J. I' Whttten I'd R. D. Maxwell. St. Joseoh. Massachusetts: E i Wllfrled Wheeler, Concord. Maine: W. Craig, Auburn; W. J. Rlckcr, Turner. Maryland: R. MeCullnh Rmwn noWion.t Orlando Harrison, Berlli.. micnigan: j. L.. .snvder. Ijinslng. Nebraska: It. A. Emerson, Lincoln; IV J oungers, Geneva. Nov Jersey: A. T. Repp, Glassboro. New York: I. IV llcnrliick S. Wilson. Ithaca New Mexico Pnrlrer Trad tfn.Alt. tr.t L. B. Prince. Santa Fe Oregon: E. H. Khepard, Hood River; J. W. Perkins, Roseburg. Oklahoma: IV (I. .Innai Oklahoma cu... Edward B. Blake, El lle'no. ..ol1101 -V' T' c'ox- Proctorvtlle; William Miller, (iynsum. .-.PC"n-"y,vanlH: a- Toutigs, North East; C. J. Tyson, Flora Pale. texas: j. It. Black, Cotulla; Edward W. Knox. San Antonio Utah: Hon. Thnm.. t,,h o c. Dr. E. D. Ball. Logan. ytrginia: s. w. Fletcher. Rlacksburg. West Virginia: r. OnM ximi,- n........ town; S. W. Moore. Elwell. ' Washington : n M r-v,A nn. .., . P. Cummlnas. Snokano FOR MEDICAL AND FAMILY TTRR BCT TOUR LIQUORS AT L. ROSEN FELD CO.. BID SO. MAIN. 'PHONE 323. Sperling & Trlplett handle the well known Deerlng mowers and binder. K7 Broad way. ALLEGED GAMBLERS RELEASED Evidence Not Snfllclent to Hold John Monlman and W. C. Jenkins. John Woolman and W. c. Jenkins, who were arrested last Monday afternoon, when the officers made a raid on two places at Cut-Off. where It was alleged gambllns was being conducted, were discharged at the preliminary hearing held here v.mr. day before Justice Gardiner. There was no evtaence to show that gambling was In progress at 601 Locust street, where the two defendants were arrested. Two tables, alleged to have been used as gambling devices and the portion of a roulette wheel, which were found by the officers at 501 Locust street, were also be fore the ccurt. Justice Gardiner after tak ing the testimony of Deputy Sheriff Henry Leuch a an expert witness, ruled that the articles seized were gambling device and ordered them destroyed. Neither Woolman norJenklns offered any claim of ownership of the tables, but Attorney Emll Schurz, who stated he represented the widow ;if a gambler who died a year or two ago, but whose name he declined' to make pub lic, claimed them cn behalf of his client. He stated that the articles In question h.d been stored at the place In Cut-Off since the death of the husband of his client, and had not been used for gambling pur poses since. Assistant County Attorney Ross, on the other hand, contended that being gambling devices, they srfould be ordered destroyed whether they had re cently been used as such or not. The oourt took the matter undor advisement and later In the day decreed that the ar ticles should be put out of commission with an axe. The preliminary hearing In the case of W. C. Rosa, charged with maintaining a gambling place at 910 Locust street, was continued until Tuesday of next week. John N. Sheffler and M. H. Sherman, also charged with Ross In maintaining the al leged gambling house at Cut-Off have not, as yet, been taken Into custody. Refrigerators that save Ice. That's the kind we sell. Economlo and Yukon. Prices from $13 to $35. white enameled or plain. We show a fin line. P. C. De Vol Hard ware Co. Oxfords and strap pumps In all leathers from $2 to $3.50, at Duncan's, 23 Main St. Real Estate Transfers. These transfers were reported" to The Bee June 17 by the Pottawattamie County Ab stract company of Council Bluffs: Dora A. Burns and husband to C. A. Van Meter, ptrt lot 2. block 15, orlg- plat of Oakland, w. d $ IB W. J. Burke, referee, to Stephen A. i amtstea. e1 ne',4 and ne! sela, 6-77-43. ref. d T! Paul Perry and wife to T. XV. Prall, lots 12 and 13. block 7, Carson, w. d. Margaret I. McGee and husband to Chicago & Northwestern Railroad Co.. lots 9 and 10. block It. Mullln's subd. In Council Bluffs, w. d Hattie L. Lindt, single, to Chicago & Northwestern Railroad Co., lot 13. block 14, Mullln's subd. In Council Bluff j, w. d John Llndt and wife to Hattie L. Lindt. lot 13. block 14. Bullln's subd. In Council Bluffs, q. c. d Wllilnm Arnd and wife to Hattie L. Lindt. lot 13. block 14. Mullln's subd. In Council Bluffs, q. c. d Amos J. Martin and wife to tfamuel L. Martin, lot 1 and 3. block 2S, Mullln's subd. In Council Bluffs, w. d ,909 3,500 1,900 30C 1 900 Total, eight transfers $13,(17 Wedding Gift. Pictures make Ideal wedding gifts, have them In all style and price, them. ALEXANDER'S ART STORE, S23 Broadway. We Try Ward Slater. Presenting their laughing nd entertain ing Dutch dance, singing and dancing. The way they handle the Dutch wooden shoes I a hit. At the Diamond, Thursday, Fri day and Saturday. Kills Self In Jail. TIPTON, Ia.. June IT. (Special.) A young man who gave the name of Mc Kensle, but who refused to reveal hi place of residence, committed suicide In the Jail her yesterday afternoon by cut ting hi throat with a razor. McKenxle had been arrested at Stanwood for burg lary, and when taken Into custody he mad a desperate resistance. While In the tall here he refused to talk to any one. and he seemed fearful lest his identity should become known. Wcddlnsj , Pure gold, aeamless, all sixes, thus no delay or altering, 13 to $12. Engraving fit. Leffer NORWEGIANS MAKE CHANGES Lutheran Convention Adjourns After Session of Eight Days. MISSION WORK IN ENGLISH Pension Fond for Pastor and Pro fessor la treated and Several New Rnlldlna Are Ordered. i From a Staff Correspondent.) DES MOINES, la., June K.-lSpeclal Telegram.) One of the busiest convention of the United Norwegian Lutheran church closed today after an eight days' session, resulting In more important changes than the church ever before made. An English mission hoard was created to conduct evangelical work in the English language. A pastors' and professors' pension fund of SWO.OOO was arranged for. a $70,000 deaconess home and hospital and a $60,000 woman's dormitory at St. Olaf college at Northfleld, Minn., will be built. l.noklng Into Padrone System. Federal authorities here are Investigating the question of a padrone system among the Greek bootblacks because of the arrest of Steve Platls, proprietor of a Greek shine parlor, for cruelty to young bootblacks working for him. Socrates Kanokas, one of his employes, was found In a demented condition. When he came to hi right mind he accused 1'latls of a nameless crime, and the other boys, following Platls' arrest, substantiated the charge. Tederal authori ties In Washington have been working without success to uncover the system, and A. A. Seraphic, special Immigration agent of Chicago, has been ordered here to Inves tigate the matter. TIRED OF MILKING, BOY LEAVES Iotvn City Youth Disappear nnd Mother Is Vainly Searching; for II Ira. IOWA CITY. Ia., June 17.-(Speelal.) Bidding his little brothers and slstersgood- bye, Clarence L. Hughes left his home May 9 and has not been seen or heard of since. He resided with his mother on a farm near here. Mrs. Luke T. Hughes, the mother, is anxiously seeking the whereabouts of her son and Is advertising In the newspapers for him. The description given by her Is as follows: "He (s IS years old. six feet in height, blue eyes and light hair, smooth face; left-hand finger partly cut off first finger to first Joint, second finger about half a nail cut off." The only reason Mrs. Hughes can assign for her boy leaving home Is that he once remarked: "I am tired of milking the cows and feeding the chickens." SALOON MEN GETTING BUSY ircalate Counter Petition to Activity of Antl-Llqaor Foree. Offset MARSHALLTOWN, la., June 17.-(Spe-cial.) Being face to face with having their places of business closed and taken from them by the petitions of revocation, which It Is generally acknowledged have already signers enough to close the saloon, the saloon element of; this city began yesterday- to circulate petitions by which they seek to have men sign, so that It will have the effect of removing their names from the remonstrance petitions. A far as could bs learned late this afternoon but three names had been signed to these petition. Although no figures will be given out by the 'anti-saloon forcea,. it Is generally con ceded that the petitions will have far more than enough name when they are filed, which will probably be some time next week. COMMENCEMENT AT GnlWELL Address to Class Delivered by Ex Governor Folk of MUsonrl. GRINNELL, Ia., June 17. (Special. ) Iowa college at Grinnell, the oldest col lege, west of the Mississippi river, closed Its sixty-second commencement Wednesday with tho bestowal of degrees upon ninety- six graduates. The commencement address waa delivered by ex-Governor Folk of Mls- fourl on the topic, "The Era of Conscience" and was an able appeal tor simple hot) esty In civic affair. The Phi Beta Kappa address to the Beta chapter of Iowa was made by Prof. J. Irving Manatt, Iowa college. '69. of the chair of Greek In Brown university, on the subject, "Forty Years of Profit and Loss, and related largely to the college cur riculum and the loss In scholarship through the elective courses In place of the old time prescribed course. The baccalaureate sermon was given by President J. 11. T. Main on the topic, "The Growth of God." President Osora S. Davis of Chicago Theo logical seminary addressed the Christian associations on "The Purpose of Perfec tion." The trustees have Just laid plans for the building of a ntr neatlng plant at a cost of $13,000 tnd a new reinforced concrete grandstand for Athletic park at a cost of some $10,000. An additional $00, 000 Is to be added to the endowment fund of the college within the next three year. AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES. Sperling & Trlplett, S27 Broadway. N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tel. 250. Night. F-1702. Lost Pqckrthook, Left Stranded. MARSHALLTOWN, la., June 17. (Spe cial.) According to a special dispatch to the Times-Republican from Chicago this afternoon, Miss Delia Crots. a well known young woman of Qtinnell, la., Is stranded in that city because she became fascinated with a new hat In a downtown store and forgot 'o properly guard her pocketbook. She said she placed it on a counter, but when she came to look for It It waa gone. ft SARGENT FAMitrSHOS STORE I COUNCIL 1 64.UFF We are open (or Bids on Cement Sidewalks We manufacture the best cement block on the market, the continual air-space cement block. The walls inside never fet wet or damp Put up in cement will ist a life time. SMITH'S CBBCXVT BLOCK CO., Office, loom 3, Tint national Bank Building. Phoa Ind. 340. Plant 87tn Strt and rirst Avenue. Lellert'g wSXSt Lene Grwm Ctmdwn Ijmn Warn ( Cbim -4 pn I I T , J BMT 1M ilj'-fj ml l LEFFEirrS s m VII i T All our 1909 allotment of Stoddard-Daytons were sold before the Automobile Show. The factory is running night and day and has been unable to keep up with orders. First shipments of new 1910 models have begun. VVe are ready to take orders for the different models. Model B, $1,600 Model F. $2,500 We have bought 150 of these cars for the coming year and urge persons who want Stoddard-Dayton cars to get their orders in early State Agents wanted. rinhf It contained $120, a and other Jewelry, to Island Pond, Vt., glng to visit. gold watch worth $25 and a railroad ticket where Miss Cross was Cedar Palls Paper Foils. CEDAK FA LLP, la., June 17. (Special.) The Cedar Falls tiagette, one of the old est publications In Iowa, has sttspetid?il and foreclosure proceedings have been started. The plant will be sold to the high est bidder on June 26. This paper has had a most Interesting history. It was estab lished before the beginning of the civil war and for several years George I). Per kins, editor of the Sioux City Journal, wj the publisher. For thirty-five years E. A. Snyder wa the owner and publisher of this paper, which for a time cami out weekly, but for a number of years tas been a semi-weekly. He sold It when ho was appointed postmaster eight years ago. Iurlng the last five year the property has changed hands several times and no paper has been published for the last month. lonn News Sole., OSKALOOSA While returning from fish ing earlv last night. Albert Pentlar.d. 2r'., of tills city, was struck and Instantly killed by Iowa Central - passenger, No. 2. three miles north it here. When found, his body had been decapitated and cut to pieces. L EC LA I RE Duke Nesblt, aged 19, Is in Jail, having been arrested today for rob bing the postofflce of a quantity of stamps and a small amount of money ast night. He was captured at Princeton by his father a few hours after the burglary was committed. HUDSON Mrs. Emlle Dam. who was fa tally burned yesterday when kerosene, which she was using hnrrldly to start a fire, exploded and set fire to her divss, died this morning. Mrs. Dam was badly burned about the head, arms and neck. CRESTON One hundred and fifty names have been e-uied by the membership committee working In the Interest of the proposed Young Men's Christian associa tion In this city. Several meetings of the business men pushing the proposltlcn have been held the last week, and the project Is progressing nicely. The committee who are at work securing a location for the association will report at a general meet ing called for June 24. Traveling Men on Two Days' Lark South Dakota Association Will Hold Annual Convention at Yankton. YANKTON. S. D., June 17. (Special.) Everything- is In readiness here for the fifth annual convention of the Traveling Men's association of this state, which will draw an Immense crowd to Yankton Friday and Saturday. Word has been coming In steadily from all parts of the state of the coming of the knights of the grip, and South Dakota commercial men will sell no goods on Friday and Satur day of this week. To judge from the announced program, Just out, it Is to be a time of recreation, with few business sessions. There will be ball game galore, between a number of towns in this part of the state, while the traveling men themselves will enter the diamond to defend their base ball rec ords against all coiners. Banquets and grand balls, with big parades, are also leading features, and President Stockwell and hi officers are now putting on the last efforts and making final rounds be fore the "boys" begin to arrive. Huron has sent word the delegation from there nlll be big and lively, with ball teams and bands galore. This Is for a reason, or rather two. Charles E. narrows hap pens to live in Huron, and he 1 In Hue for president of the association and stands a good chance to win out. If advance tips stand for anything. Then again, Hu ron ha aspiration for the next conven tion. fcnuth Dakota Pythian Kleet. PIERRE. S. D, June 17. (Special Tele gram.) The officers of the Knight of Pythias grand lodge selected for the com ing year are: Chancellor. H. M." Blight, White Lake; vice chancellor. N. C. Jones, Aberdeen; prelate. C. F. Felton. Yankton; master-at-arms, L. L. Stephens, Pierre; keeper of records and seal. W. A. Rob erts. Huron; keeper of exchequer. C. A. Fountain. Clark; Inside guard, Mark T. Sloan. Vermilion; outside guard, J. T. Lampert. Keystone; trustee. F. C. Foster, Rapid City; delegate to supreme grand lodge. 1'. 8. G. Cherry, Sioux Fall. The next grand lodge meeting will be held at Watertown. Xew Townalte on Sale. PIERRE. S. D., June 17. Special. ) State Land Commissioner Dokken has gone to Lamro, where he will offer for sale seveial townxlte tracts in Trip, county. One of thc in the iiurthw! Miiil 1814-16 Far nam Street 51411MSJE quarter of section 29, In township 99-7; another, all of section 16, In township !)3-73, nnd all of section 16, In township 100-73. These tracts are held at minimum prices of from $4.r to $.w an acre. . On the nineteenth cf this month he will offer section 16. In township 121-78, adjoining the town of IeHcau, at prices ganging from $"r0 to $)0 an arre. Big Balloon to Fly from Yankton Four Days' Trip to Be Taken by Quartet in Gas Bag Six Stories High. YANKTON. S. D., June 17.-(Speclal.) Arrangements have been made here for a bulloon ascension of a magnitude new to the middle west. During the navi gation congress next month the big bal loon "Illinois." which made 750 miles last year from Columbus, O., will be brought here, and under the piloting of C. K Gregory, vice president of the Chicago Aeronautic club, will be sent up on what It Is hoped will be a record-bVeaklng trip of at least four days' duration. Lieuten ant Seney. 1'. S. A., of Sioux City, will accompany Mr. Gregory. The big balloon, measured by buildings. Is six stories high and will carry four persons. Track Damn are Repaired. PIERRE, S. D., June 17. (Special.) All Indications now are that the Northwest ern road wl'l get the washed-out bridges on its line along Box Elder creek com pleted by Friday and will begin sending trains across on that day. The damage was very heavy to the tracks along this little stream, where no such floods were expected, but came Just the same, and there will be ft raising cf track to pre vent such damage In the future. i Woman Die of Blood Polnonlna?. HURON. S. D.. June 17.-(Speclal.)-Tuesday. at her home, nine miles west of this city, occurred the death of Mrs. G. Metzgar, resulting from, blood poison ing caused by stepping on a nail about three weeks ago. Funeral services will be held Thursday. A Break for Liberty ' from stomach, liver and kidney trouble In made when a 2.'c box of Dr. King' New Life Pills is bought. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Pound Dead In Barn. WICHITA, Kan., June 17-Robert Find ley, a ted i,2, a prominent business man and formerly a state senator, waa found dead In his barn at his home In this cltv today. Mr. Fihdley evidently died last night of paralysis and heart disease while unhitch ing his noise. This Athletic SUSPENDER .. Supports boy trousers ana stockings without wrinkling. Freedom of circulation and quickness ia dress ing assured. For boys in knee trous ers. Made for girls also. Onl7 SO or 75 cents) Worth double it. Dealers replace all defec tive pairs. Sold by Leading Clothing and Department Houses. If not, write Kazoo Suspender Co. Sol Msker Kalamazoo, Mich. 1 u 11 pOlUVRsA STdmES I Model A. $2,000 Model K, $2,500 Let Me Tell Yea Something Nature creates no two men exactly alike physically. So doesn't It stand to reason that clothes must be constructed for each Individual to be absolutely satis factory? When you buy a ready-made ult, the sulesman will run the tape around the waist line, and possibly down the outer trouser's seam. He will then sagely remark, "You'll take about a 88. Thanks, call again." Result to you a lemon. A ready-made guassflt however temptingly "marked iwn" la dear at any price. The original outlay for a suit made to order by us Is no more than that asked fur a hand-me-down, but the Investment Is worth double. For $15, $17.50. $20. $22.50. $25 or $30 will make you as good a suit In every respect as any tailor In town would charge you $5 to $10 more for. We'll make It right here In Omaha In our own workroom and our best tailor will do the work. You run absolutely no risk, for we Incorporate In every order "Satis faction or no pay." Yours truly llcrzofj Tailoring Co. Dt Xersof, Manager. SIS Horth ieth Street. OUTING DAYS HERE Have you planned your itHnmer trip? If not, let us famish you our literature thai may be of value In helping you to decide) whether It be to the Nearby Woods White River Scenic Colorado Yellowstone. California or Seattle we can give you some informa tion that you will, appreciate. THOS. F. CODFItEV, 'Passenger and Ticket Agent, 1424 Farnani St., Omaha. D. C. SCOTT, D.V.S. Baceaor to Dfr. H. 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