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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1000.
. REAL ESTATE . (Continued ) Dundee Home l-room hone, strictly ' modem, two full lota. ahad and fruit trees, porch. bath, hard pin finish, combination light fix tures, wr oonnetlon. cement walks, mall fnilt, a real bargain. Prto. ,M.0"0. Will Mil th bouaa and on lot If deslrd. Arthur C Crossman, . 218 Chamber of Commtre IJgT yr property wttu, Chrl Boyr. 224 IM Cnrmng Sta (U)-40 ACRES Hl!rt nd sightly traet of ona and one half acres, all In pralrta grass. Close to Denton. Pv1 road to Omaha. $660; fliN caih, lit monthly. PAYNE INVESTMENT CO. Flrt Floor N. Y. L. Tel. Doug. tW, A-llftft. 4316 Erskine Brick houaa, full lot. $1,800 About one-half what tha bouaa coat, t ray nothing- about tha lot. Look at It J an. caah. NOWATA LAND LOT CO., Anita 824 U. Y. Life Bid., Phone lUd IM Omaha, Neb, NEAR FIELD CLUB. Elegant bungalow containing large recep tion hall, parlor, dlmngroum, two bed rooma. batu and kitchen; two colonnade opening) elegant electrke light and gaa fixture; - parlor, dining room and recep tion all nicely papered; all nickel pulmb Ing; full, cemented cellar; lot 8xl5i; per nanent cement alUewalka; located at Ml South th Ave.? keya at - 1002 South 28th Ave. I'rlre. 8J.0O0; moderate terms. C. d. OARLBRRO. ' Pit N. T. Lit Bid. fcLRilAKf lot. Kl ft, 8. K. cor. th an.t liranr Ht. W rite for price and terma to K. II. Kappen, Milwaukee, Wis. $1,750 -ROOM cottage, good a new, one half block from car; lot 62VLi4. McEac.li ron Realty Co., ItU lake, Phone Web. 1U8L NEW l-room. house for aal on Fuller Ave. and. .Harrison .ft. ; all modern; just completed' . Apply, ,"ll Nicholas St. Bell 'phone ,A-lM2Cjj. llluffa. la. BOULEVARD HOl'tiK. Z5 North lth St., 9 rooma, .modern, only 12,604, Thomas Brennan, Room 1 New York Life Bldg. IF Toy HAVE city property, farms, ranrti landa or mar chMidlaa to aeil or trade, Hat them with ma It coats you nothtrr unlees I effect a sal W. W. Mitchell, fctj Board of Trade Bldg. i . . w REAL ESTATE PARll AND HAJtiCU t..U VOR IALI . HIiacMU. 220 ACRES Well Improved land, Red river valley, Minnesota; nothing better on earth: 13 per acre. D. T. McMahon, Endl cott St., St. Paul, Minn. Miscellaneous. A aVate-aaeaa Irrigated Lands Big' crops of frtllt, grain, alfalfa, sugar beets, cantaloupes and vegetables. Fine for homa-s. 111 pay for Itself In two or hi years. Annual Inoorna as INVEBTMEN 12 lO 20 PER CKNT. Prices H lor Jl" one-fourth cash, balance 1 to I years. Ku d-acrlptlva booklet write Isaac Conm-i Chamber of Commerce, Omaha, Neb. Re liable agents wanted. aatk baketa. - HOMESEEKEnf AND LAND SPECU- Iatoba 1 t bare a number of choice traeta of land In Oreuory, Tripp, and Myer countlea. So. l'ak. I deal In newly patented Indian lands, snd can furnish clear unincumbered titles for alt lands I control. Write in tor prlo, s and deecrtptlona. Office at Oi f ory. So. Dak. Dr. E. T Spencer. Nebraska. FOR SALE Twenty-two hundred acreH of good farm land, one mile north and two eaat of North Bend. Fifteen hundred acres under cultivation. Can be sold in small tracts or. easy payments at prices from $60 to M per acre, according to improve ments. Address Ernest Kern, North Bend, Neb. A Cl'STER COUNTY FARM Of 1.1S5 acrea anmtt 7 miles north of Broken Bow. Practically all of thla Is valley land and level; ,MXl acres now under cultivation; no better am can be found anywhere. Fair set of Improvement. This Is a farm that anyone can feel proud of owning. We have this for about a month for t40 per acre; a few thousand tlolUra down when contract I made, balance March I. 1910. RHAEtLHY MATMIH8EN, Room 4.' Pee Bldg.. Omaha, Neb, FARMS FOR SALE UY OWNER. 160 acraa wall lnrproved, 11 miles west of Omaha. Price I10T per acre. Addresa Owner, Sis 8. 29th St., Omaha, Neb. BEND Tor long list; farms W to 1100 per acre. BEMIS. Brandela Bldg. Winner of Third Prize '. . A JAPANESE HOME By William Cochran. lOaO North Nineteenth Street, South Omaha. Hon of Mr. Wil liam Cochran. First Year High School, . Creighton College. Sister Mary Carinilius, Aged 14. , YOUNG Japanese want housework In famljy. Help, Mouth Omaha. Tel. 181. "Eto, what makes you so nervous this . morning? I feel there Is something wrong .with you and I, aa your mother, should know about It." So spoke a little Japanese mother on morning befor her son went out into th rice fields to work. ' ."Wall, mother, I suppose I will have to ' tell you. A man Is going to take a few - Japa to America to work fur him and I am going along." Now th little mother didn't cry as Amer- lean mothers would hav done. Sh was used to this now. Of four sons, on had died, two others had gon to America. Now her baby was going, too. Th next morning at early sunrise th boy was on hla Journey to a nearby sea-' t . '.. port. He reached there footsore that night V ' and next morning went aboard tb steamer., as a aecond-clasa passenger. W m til pass th events of a (for hlra) ' . , uuhappy voyage and follow him. In hla ex ,Vr per'encea at Boston. After his arrival hv . - went to work In a shoe factory, but not liking; It he quit In a few day. II wan-,,, dered around th country for several years, finally coming to.' Omaha. H looked ovtf t '. - -th want ad columns of th papers and put' the want ad given abov In Th Be. H . wprked for several year In th place - -cured him by Th Omaha Be agd having : " saved, enough monr brought big mother -over from Japan. , y - WILL YOU WIN NEXT WEEK T " READ THE LARGE AD ABOUT DOLLARS jR fjTOB JES. ' REAL ESTATE - FARM AID Ht.UII bAlD FOR SAL" 4oatlnaed. Eighty rrea Til county, Nebraska: I per acre: will made rood terms. J Q. Uone, Councl Bluffs, la.. Phone Dell . A SNAP. 4M-cre wheat, corn and alfalTa fermj K acre hog-tlghf: goT tmprovementa: t-lo per aire. J. T. CaupbelL Litchfield, Neb. Oood. Cheap Iand-MHO acre weatern Ne braska. .t 25 per arre. x caah, balance In eight years, 10 year; low rate of Inter aet. P. O. Hot, 171 Council Btuffa. la. One hundred nlxtv acrea Kimball county, Kehraaka. four mllea south ef Itx. Every aora can t cultivated. Owner, til Shugarl HI., Council Bluff, la. Tel. Pell 114. - REAL ESTATE LOANS f100 to UO.OoO made promptly. F. D. Wead, Weed Hide, 18th and Farnatn. JL. PRIVATE money to loan. J. 11. Sher wood. 61 Brandela Bldg. PA T.N HI. BOSTWICK CO., N. T. Life Private money, 8500 to 85,000; low rata. FIVE PEB CENT MONET to loan on Omaha Business Property. THOMAS BRENNAN, Room I. New York Llfa Bldf. IfiOO TO l?O0,00 on Improved property; np delay. GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam St. LOWEST RATES Bemls, Brandela Bldg. fQO TO 6,0"0 on home In Omaha. O'Reefa Heal Aetata Co., luOl N. Y. Ufa. Dong, or A-2162. MONEY TO LOAN Payna Investment Co. WANTED City loans and warrants. W. Fftrnam Smith & Co., 1220 Farnatn St. WANTED City loans. Peters- Trust Co. SECOND MORTGAGE loana fiegetlated. Apply Rooma 417-18 Flrat Nat l Bank Bldg. Bell Phone Douglas 2318. . REAL ESTATE WANTED WE HAVE BUYERS for a R-room house, a l-room houaa and a couule of vacant lota. NOWATA LAND AND LOT COMPANY, - Suite 4 N Y. Llfa Bklg.,- Omaha. Phone Red. 1099. ... .Open evenings STOVE REPAIRS NEW furnace; hot water and hat air combination heating;. and 4 hole laundry hot Water heaters, mantel grates, gaa stoves repaired, water frMits" and flower vases, umnna ;ove rtepatr vvoraa, 1201 Dotiglaa St Phones; Ihd , A-3R21. Bell, uougiaa no. WANTED-T0 BUY BEST price 'paid for " second-hand furni ture, carpets, domes ana suoas. isi, uoag 3b71. .-.-......V-.' BKST price paid for 2d-hand furniture, stoves, clothing. Wm Eustnblatt. ' Tel. Douglas S4l. ' ' . WANTED TO' htNT WE are getting Inquiries' for wsll located houses. Must have sola agency. Nowata Land Kt,ii T.ot ComDanv. suite 024 N. Y Life Bldg. Phone Red. 19M, Omaha, Neb. Open evenings. WANTED For the summer, a modern furnlahed house by reliable married cduale referenoea exchanged. Addresa H 24, Bee. WANTED SITUATIONS For high grade men. call Omaha Y. M. C. A. GOVERNMENT NOTICES I'KICK OF THIt . CONSTRUCTING ijuar'.ermaater, Cheyenne, Wyoming, June .ii. .soated proposals, in triplicate ul bo received at thla office until t:30 a i.. mountain time. . Thursday, July 8th, .09, at which time, they will be opened in jnldic. for furnishing material and labor .equired for an extension of water and jew or systems, also- lor .tuttaiung so-inon Uorm sewer, at s ort lx A.- husbsu, wy- jnilng. Estimated quantities for sewer ex .nnslon 3.W0 iln. ft. - 12-Inch sewer pips, ,.IH3 Iln. ft. s-lnch sewer pipe, IMats Iln. It S-lnch sewer pipe; 6S catch basins, 66 :nanholes. Estimated Quantities for ex ten aion of water system 4,(d Iln. ft. C. I pipe, 4.340 lin. ft. 6-inch C. ' 1. pipe: LM0 iln. ft. 4-lnch C. 1. pipe, l,tw tin.-rt. Z-lncn O. I. pipe, 1.7WI Iln. ft. l"-lnch ' I. Pipe, 1.340 Iln. rt. l-luch u. I. pipe; also neces sary valves and fire hydrants, etc Estl mated Quantities for storm sewer 2.800 Iln ft. KM rich storm sewer pipe.- -Cost for storm sewer to be separately stated. - IMme limit of completion of extension of sewer and water systems will be an Important factor In awarding contract. Plans and specifications for tha above work for th Inspection of blddera are on file In thl office. The government reaerves Ins Tight to reject or accept any or all bids or any part thereof. Envelopes '. containing pro posals should be Indorsed "Proposals far constructing extensions to water and. sewer systems at Fort l. A. Russell, Wydmlng" and addressed to Captain V. K.iHaft,. 15th inianirv. Acting wnariermsster U, 8 Army, Room t. Keefe Hall, .Cheyenne. Wv omlng. . . . .T28-2B-30-Jyl-8-7 Women are the best buyers. The paper that is reacl by the women pays advertisers best. ' A tc .- i. .1 LEGAL NOTICES Natle at ateekkelders' Meeting. To the stockholders of THE M1S3ULRI PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY: la conformity with tne requirements of the Constitutions and law of the statea ol Missouri. Kansas and Nebraska and th by-laws of the Company. YOU ARS. HEREBY NOTIFIED that by resolution of the Bosrd of Directors of Tha Missouri Pacific Hallway Company duly adopted al meeting of said Board on the mh day ot May, A. D., liHM, a meeting of the stock holders of The Missouri Pacific Railway Company haa been t ailed to be held at ths office of too Company, rtoora 7ue Missouri Pacific Building, In the City of St. Louis. In the State ot Missouri, on the sixth day f August, A. 1A UMMt at nlna clock In the forenoon. U) For the purpose or considering a ton- tract and Articles ot Consolidation bearing data the 2stn riav nf Mu. 19us. Heretofore made and entered Into by and on behalf ot ha Missouri Pacific Railway company ana the following named corporations by order of their respective Boards ot Directors: Tha Kansas and Colorado racmc Hall way Company, a consolidated corpjratlou Of tha State of Kansas; Tha Central Branch Hallway Company, consolidated corporation vf tha Biale of Kansas ; The Hooks County Railroad Company, a corporation of the Stats of Kansas; The Nevada and Mlnden Railway Com pany, a corporation of the State of Mis souri; . , Nevada and Mlnden Railway company oi Kansas, a corporation of tne blale ol Kansas; uia, ntv and Southwestern wllway Company ot Missouri a oorpuralron of th btate ol Missouri; U a . .. i 'Ii u RaiiIIii ,rfl Ktl WSI Company, a corporation ol tha biat ox canaaa, . lh Fort Scott Central Railway com pany, a consolidated eorporauou of the State of Kansas; Kanopolls and Kansas Central Railway Company, a corporation ot th Blal ot Kanaaa; - Th Kansas Southwestern Railway Com pany, a corporation of tha btate of Kansas; mutt Th LeRoy and Caney valley Air um Railroad Company, a corporation of Ui btate of Kansas. . 12) For the purpose of voung upon me question whether such Contract and Ar tlclss of Conaolidation. so maae ana n irmi Imn shsll b ratified, assented to. ap proved and .adopted and sucn loosouaauoo ,:unHuniniAiii or wneiner auc-n .uun.i.i and Articles of Consolidation shall lie i il TO consiasr ana ot uxin mm uui tion of a iraolution acceDtlna the provla Ions of Artlcls 11 of Chapter 12 of the Re Vised Statutes of th State ot Missouri, lwii, and to suthorisa the tiling thereof, all as required by Section numbered 16 ot such Revised statutes in tne case ot con solidation of railway corporations; and nhn.bv all or any of aald corporations and The M.asouri Pacific Railway Company nave agreed to consolidate in tne wnoie, and to consolidate the stock of the re speotlve companies making such consolida tion, and to form and make under and pur suant to tne laws oi ins ruira wi Kanaaa and Nebraska, a new, consolidated corporation, to ba known as The Missouri Pip r o Railway c-ompany. owning, con trolling, possessing and bringing under one management all and singular tha lines of railroad and other properties, real, personal and mixed, powers, right. privileges, Im munities and franchises, belonging to any of the. companies making such consolida tion, upon the terms ana conditions nxea and stated by said Contract and Articles of Consolidation r m To take anv other aotlon In tha pre mises, and to transact any other business that may pn perljr coma before the meeting. Such Contract and Articles of Consolida tion will be submitted to tne meeting or th stockholders so called for examination and every tookhliler atterdlng will ba fur- nisr-ed with a printed copy tnereor, ana at anv Mme before such meeting any stock holder will b furnished with a printed copy of aaCh Contract and Articles ot conso lidation upon application therefor during business hours to tne Assistant secretary of the Company, at the office or tne com pany In th City or Mt. L,ouis, Missouri. Dated, May tn, iw... GEORGE 3. GOULD. President of The Missouri Pacific Railway Company. A. H. CALEF. Secretary of Th Missouri Pacific Railway Company. J2toAl NOTICE TO BIDDERS: WE ARE NOW . ready to receive sealed proposals at our office until 12 o clock m.. July 19, vm, for the erection of an addition to our seed house. In accordance with plans and speci fications now on file at the office of the Omaha Builders' . Exchange,. Omaha. Ne braska, also at the orrice of c. H. D l.a Matyr, Fremont, Nebraska. Kindly specify In your bid the difference In th cost of the building of H. w. Johns-Manville Co. 1-plV or 4-ply heavy "J-M" asbeeto roof- Ing, Is used In place of galvanised steel roofing. Th right Is reserved to rJect any and all bids. Kindly let us hear from you at . your earliest convenience with your very lowest bid on the building. Tours truly. WESTERN SEED ft IRRIGATION CO., per Wm. Emerson, Manager. Fremont, Neb., June 25, 1WJ. June-29-20-July-l-2-2-4. DOORS MUST SWING OUTWARD (kanges Are Necessary In N amber of School BoUdlngs. Changes will b necessary In a number of the public school houses and other buildings in th city In order to comply with, ' the I. new. law, whjch . requires that "the entrance and exit doors of all hotels, churches, lodge halls, oourt houses, as Bembly halls, theaters, opera houses, col lege and public school houses, and th en trance- doors to all assembly room In all public school buildings, In all cities and Incorporated towns" shall open outward, at a safeguard In cas of fir or other dtsaater. Some time .ago .this precaution waa adopted by the Board of Education of this city, and In all of th new buildings the door were constructed so a to open out ward. In some of th old building the door were changed, but In several of the school- building th Interior door open Inward Instead of outward, aa required under th raw law. Th three entrance door to th county court house open Inward, and the board of supervisors. It Is expected, will, at Us next meeting, take the necessary action to com ply with the law. Change will also have to tie made in 'several of the lodge halls In th city. , iSARGENTo fAmHXSKOE store Icauwcw. 1 auPF J POTTAWATTAMIE CO. INDIANS OMAHA CLIFF DWELLERS ana fit of th Bdmostoa' Kospltal, JULY 3, AT 3:00 P.M. : Ideal Hustlers Park ltth Aveaa aad Stfe Hrt Tickets Soa. o gala at Clark' Drug- twn. We fre open for Bids on Ceaect , ,, vrv Sidewalks We manufacture th beat cement block on th ntarkat, th continual air-apao oeitaent , block. Tb walla .Inside never et wet or damp Put up la cement will tat a lit time. BKXTaral CSKMT S&OCZ CO., Offloa. 2ka S. lrt' VaUonal Bank BaUdxag. Ihn lad. 144. riant 8714 Street aad Ytrat Araaaa. Lci!ert''Vrr Lenses Cm nil Ci liilmWasa -Tk, a, ejrViag . ts I WM nui tmri " wm Council Bluffs Minor Mention Tk OrutU Blaffs Office ( aa Oaaaba e la at It ataaH WW sat, ktota rPboatea 48. Davis, druga CORRIGAN8. Undertaker. "Phone 142. Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. 231. Lewis Cutler, funeral director, 'Phone 27. FAU8T BEER AT ROGER BLTFET. When vou want reliable want ad adver tising, us The Bee. Deerlng binders and mower. Hrearltng A Trlplett. S27 Hroadwgy. ? Dr. W. W. Maiarell. optometrist moved to Z0t-20 City National bank building. BAIRD. LONGKNECKER at BOLA.VD. Undertaker. 'Phone VIZ. 14 N. Main St VANTED FIVE TEAVio TO DELIVER ICE TO FAMILIES. A. O. UlLBERT ICE COM PAN Y. W are closing out our baa ball goods at a big reduction. Boys, her Is a chance lor many good bargains. r'eterseu ft bchoening Co. J. W. L;pe of Phelps City, Mo., and Bertha York of Watson, Mo., were mar led In this city yesterday, the ceremony being performed by Justice J. K. Cooper. The case against George Bens, charged with assault and battery on hla father-ln- aw, A. L. Buna, was dismissed In Justice Jooper' court yesterday on the defendant paying the costs. Buns was unwilling to prosecute. Rev. Henry Delxing performed th mar riage ceremony yesterday for William Menter and Stella Bucknar, both of Ant lion, la.; Calvin W. Butler and Bertha Anita Penn, both of Pittsburg. Pa., and Ernest A. Jones and Irene Allen, both of this city. As the reeult of a Quarrel at th Good rich hotel lust evening Harry Wade, until recently employed by W. 8. Goodrich, former proprietor of the hotel, as chauf- reur, is in in nospitai witn a rracturea Jaw, a broktn nose and other Injuries to his fare, wllle A. Van Ripper I under a (200 cash bund to appear in police court this morning to answer to an assault and battery chaige. The gate receipts at the big base ball game next Sunday afternoon at Ideal- Hustler' park between the Pottawattamie Indians of the county court house and the Cliff Dwellers of the Douglas county court house across the river mill be turned over to the Woman's Christian association for th benerit or the Jennie Edmundson Me morial hospital. The women of the asso ciation hav undertaken th sale of th tickets, tor which a small charg will be made, and I large sal J looked for, as in iomunnson hospital. It is recoa-n zed. Is on of tie most deserving Institutions ox tne city. Look AVell to Totir Rye. Consult orly an expert. To not run the chances of having your, eyes Injured by Imperfectly fitted glasses.' Come here and let me personally tell ybu about your eyes. Eyesight it my speclaltx" Dr. W. W. Magarrell, cptometrlst, XH-m City National Bank Building, Council Bluffs. Factory on premises. DAMAGE BY THaS STORM I.IGlfT Penal Deposit of Mnd Washed Across Street and Tracks. The severe storm which visited Council Bluffa early yesterday morning did not do as minh damage as might hav been expected. Indian creek left It banks at the Northwestern bridges across Eleventh street, butj the overflow! which left its usual depctlt ot mud and debris waa con fined to the Immediate vicinity of the rail road track!. The greatest Individual damage was that done on the north sld' of the Merrlam block whe the brick wall 'protecting the area baseitent caved In, parrying with it a portion of the sldrwallt,''whlch Is being relaid, the Iron railing an, a quantity of sidewalk naterlal. Part oC'.tii old Bldewalk had been taken up- preparatory to laying a new concrete walk and., surface water, which, potired down the .,fiill on Willow avenue Is jbelleved to have been respon sible for tte giving away df the retaining wall. The lamfcge was yesterday estimated at 2coo. . ; . On sontk Main street there waa the usual deep, deposit of mud washed down from the bill street and ithe tracks in front of tha Great Weem passenger depot were covered with mud and debris. The electrical storm was one of th se verest experienced in this olty for many years, but the damage done by the light ning' was .-light, in all parts of the city telephones were put out of commission. A few chlianeys suffered, tut In ho In stance was the damage aerlous. 14ploma Pramlag, Bring In tlwt diploma for framing. Alex ander' Art store, 333 Broadway, All this wtek we are demonstrating the Chl-namel Mission finishes for furniture, porch chairs! swings, etc. Come and learn how to grain and finish furniture yourself. P. C. DeVol Hardware company. . Marriage I.lcenaes Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday to the following! Name and Asidencet Age. T. B. Bates, flattsmouth, Neb 41 Kittle May IStilth, Omaha 27 R. A. Bates, Flatlsmouth. Neb 38 a v. 4- aa i 9 io v idiiiuu t n, nvu , ,,,, Martha H. Uupley, PlaUsmouth, Neb.. 23 Ernest A. Jonise, CouncU Bluffs,. Irene Allen, Citincll Blufr Albert II. Neuttlfter, Endora, Ka Mary K. Grelnar, Endora, Kas J. W. Llpe, Plelps City, Mo Bertha York, Vatson, Mo John J. Bell, Omaha Anna Buersch, Omaha '.. Albert Starr, Bed Oak, la Pearl Horner, Id Oak, la T. XV. Martin lWd Ooakj la Josephine McDotald, Red Oak, la. Clarence A. Smth. Btanberyy, Mo Frances Gallagltr, Council Bluffs Calvin W. Butlet. Pittsburg, Pa... Bertha Anita Pen, Pittsburg, Pa. William H. Martn, Anthon,' la Stella - Bur kner, Jlnton, , la. . . : . 21 . 18 . 22 . 27 . SO . 24 . 21 . 23 . 2S . II . 49 . 41 . 20 . It . 22 . 1 :3 W hav a large number of banker carpenter,' clerks,' and stenographers' pen cils which we ae giving away as long as they last. Call at our office and get them, Iowa Loan, company, corner peart ana uroadway, suite &. FOR MEDICAL AND FAMILY USB BUY YOUR LIQUORS AT L. ROSEN FELD CO.. Sit BO, MAIN. 'PHONE 222. Grant Ward t Locked Vm. Orant Ward, llviig at 2U Third fvenua, waa arrested lant evening on complaint of hi wife, who clalrred that h had threat ened to do her great bodily Injury. There haa been trouble between Ward knd hi wife and It culminated yesterday In the latter commencing tuit for divorce, notice of which waa served yesterday afternoon on Ward. Last evening Mrs. Ward, ac companied by a rela jve, went to tb Bur lington depot Intending. 'to take the train for Red OasT, where her parent five. Ward,' It 1 said, followed Ms wife to th depot, wher It I alleged he drew a knife and threatened to us it on 'hi wife. Th po lice were called and Ward, wa placed un der arreat. Mrs. Ward abandoned her proposed trip to Red Oak and stated she would appear In police court this morning against her husband. Ladles, wa Invite you to attend the spe cial Chl-namel demonstration this week at our atore. W are givUut a practical dem onstration of th new mission- finishes. P. C. DeVol Hardware company. Wed d a. Hfiias. Pur gold, seamlraa, all sixes, delay or alterlug, u la IU. E free. Leffert fno IrLvioi' Council Bluffs MILK ORDINANCE IN COUNCIL Meaiure Drawn by City Solicitor Kimball it Introduced. IT GOES OVER FOR ONE WEEK la More Saloon Permit Are Graated and llaperrisnre Are Asked to Confer Tilth Coancll Aboat ladlaa Creek. An ordinance providing "for the safety and preservation of the health of th v.lty and regulating the milk and cream supply, licensing all persons selling and delivering the same, and providing for an Inspection of Halrles and source of supply, the testing of cows, pasteurising of milk, the use of the term 'certified milk,' and method ot revoking licenses to sell or deliver milk, and providing a penalty for Infraction of the provisions of said ordinance" was sub mitted to the city council last night by City Solicitor Kimball at th Instance of Councilman Jensen, chairman of the spe cial committee appointed to confer with the local dairymen's association The ordinance was read, and after some dlscusxlon and being vigorously opposed by Councilman ' Bellinger as working a hardship on the milkmen, was laid over for a week. Dairymen W1U Teat Ordisanr. In Introducing the ordinance Councilman Jensen stated that the conference held with the dairymen had failed to bring about any agreement and that In his opin ion It was just as well to take the oull by the horns and bring the matter to an Issue. "The dairymen, I am Informed, In tend to test In the courts any ordinance the council may pass, so the sooner we pass on th better." declared Mr. Jen sen. Councilman Morgan, a member of . th special committee took a different view of the . situation to that held by Chairman Jensen. He stated that two of the mem ber of the committee representing the dairymen's association at the conferences Informed him that they would b perfectly satisfied to hav their tows submitted lo the tuberculin test and to have their dairies Inspected by an authorised and onmnetpnt official. The ordinance submitted last evening by h rltv solicitor Is drawn up on sud stantlallv the same llnea as the rough Ar-tt of the one presented two weeks ago, The tuberculin test ts to be made by a ri.tirixl veterinarian and the milk Is to be tested at least four times a year by the tcnA Insneotor. an Office Which at prcs ent Is without an Incumbent. The food Inspei toi will also be required to Inspect all dairies and equipment used In the tianfMine snd snle of milk. The ordinance provides for a license xee of 20 cents per cow for the average num ber of cow per year, or If the person or .nrnnratlon selling milk obtains any pan of his or its supply from other than his or Its own animals, then 20 cent per each lx gallons of milk so obtained and sold on an average per day during the year. In no case, however, shall the license ree d than $2 per year. The seller may hav the nminn of Davlng In addition to the license fee the sum of $1 per Cow and for this the city will provide the testing of ins cows by a registered veterinarian. Six Saloon Permits. Blx more saloon permits were granted as follows: John Balnck, lUS) wesi tiroauwn,, v.ltnor. 1001 West Broadway; J- Vin cent Crowe, 2700 West Broadway; Jarvl Brandy company, 225 Bouth Main ireei, Mctcinil St Soaures, East Omaha, and r. L. Owen, 900 West Broadway. Thl make fifty-eight saloon permit granted hv the council since the new general peti tion of consent was acted upon by th board of uDervlsors last Wednesday. Mrs. Mlnnla C. Bridget, a dressmaker, living at ltl Wet Broadway, served no tice on the city council that she would demand 11.000, to reimburse her for the loss and damage he had suffered by rea son of the overflow of Indian creek laat week. William S. Rolph, a painter, living at W South Sixteenth street, served nolle of a similar claim for 1400. Both commu tiicatlons were sent to the Judiciary com mittee to Investigate and report upon, Notice to Raise Bridges. The city solicitor was directed to rv notice on the Chicago, Rock Island a Pacific Railway company to rats . It bridge over Indian creek, between Twelfth and Thirteenth avenue. A few year ago, when Indian creek wa deepened and widened, th money for th work being cohtrlbuted by the several railroad cen tering her, all of the railroad bridge aero Indian creek, with th exception of those - of the Rock Island, were railed. The board of supervisors I to be asked to meet with th city council to discus and devise mum mean whereby Indian creek can be protected from tree and debris of all sort thrown into it abov th city limit. The overflow last week, It Is believed, was caused by debris floating down from a point outside the city limit and lodging against th bridge at North Eighth street. It wa decided that the name of th mayor and member of th city council should be passed down to posterity on a tablet to be placed at the entrance of the new central fire station over Indian creek, at the foot of Bryant street. The council adjourned to Friday after noon, and will meet as a commute of th whole on Thursday afternoon. The Wise-man received a telegram to com home at once on account of sickness as h did not hav enough money he telephoned the Iowa Loan company, corner Pearl and Broadway and was able to catch the first train home. If It 1 money you want see them. Real Estate Transfer. These transfers were reported to The Be June 28 by the Pottawattamie County Abstract company of Council Bluff: Roy Pullen and wife to Dora A. Burns, lot 2, block 16, in original plat of Oakland I 150 Mary J. Marsh, widow, to George D. llUUBjli. IUI WV, Ml WV Uf plat of Oakland Hough, lot JO. block in original 600 Inn . Burdg. widow, to George D. Hough, lot M, block I, In original plat of Oakland ' Ann L. Gilbert, et al., to it. L. Duell, part lot 4, block 1, Allison's addition to Council Bluffs E. P. Denton and wife to Dora A. Burns, lot 1, block 16, In original plat of Oakland Mable L. Siegfried and husnand to Ada 225 aoo 300 F. Hinltt. north 23 feet of lot 11 and south 7 f'-rt uf lot 10, block I, Glen dal, addition to Council Bluffs 1700 Ira E. Tye and wife to John W. Tye, n4 SV4 ei. 18-75-88 8,600 Altla Chamberlain and wife to Al Klche, lots 6 and 7, Audubun subdi vision. sr n V 18-76-43 2,400 P. P. Maloney, single, to V. i. Day. lot 8. block 11. liters' subdivision In Council Bluffs .., A. J. Seaman, unmarried, to Benjumln Fehr Heal Kstat Co.. lot t. ( and t, block !; lots 11 and 12. block S. Myn atera Kenton Xt. addition, and lot 2. block 2. Benson' cond addition to Council Bluffs Benjamin Ffhr Ileal Estate Co. to Max Pen rs. lo-.s i ami hlo.1 2. anil lots 11. 12 and 12. block 2. Mynater'a Hi-nton St. addition to Council Hluffa First Natlonil liaiik of Council Bluffs 'o .'htiich II Cu'toii. lot IS. block S), i-i i'.lnn I'oundl Ulu'f. .'.'cilio L. I'ruuu, single, to Rachel 3. 200 200 Council Bluffs Wade, Ion 1 and 10. block I-'. G.Uea- burg addition to Council Bluff . E. Main, single, to J. W. I'eVanlt, lota 1 and f, block 20, Kerry addition to Council Bluffs Total fourteen transfers The fashion ladles' tailoring. R. It. Em- leln, proprietor. We do first-class work reasonable. We make stilts for lift, skirts. 15. Would you give us a trial. 23 South Main street. N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tel. 260. Night. F-1T02. DYNAMITE CRACKER THROWN INTO AUTOMOBILE Vehtel la Whir Engl UK Saffragette I Rldlag In De Molar Is Wrecked. DES MOINES. la., June 28. An automo bile In which Mis Gertrude von Petsold, the noted English suffragette and three other persons were riding, was wrecked to night, when a dynamite cracker was hurled Into the machine by a mlsrrant. With Miss Von Fetiold were Mr. James Berryhlll, a Society leader) Dr. Adel Fuch. professor of German at West High school, and the chauffeur. No one was seriously hurt though badly frightened and shaken up. That some one was not killed seems a miracle, a the entire side and floor of the touring car was blown to atoms and a hole three feet square being torn directly under the chauffeur. Th youth who threw the crackef has not been raptured. Miss Vpn Petauld Is pastor of th First Unitarian church here. HURT BY FALL FROM TRAIN James Frey Foand by Special Train Crew Lylnc Daaed Near Track. CHARLES CITY, la., June Jl (Special Telegram. )-James Frey, a civil engineer employed by the Milwaukee, fell or was pushed off an eastbottnd passenger train last night between Mason City and Nora Springs. He Was badly hurt about the head, hips and ankles. He lay In a dased condition several hours and was finally seen and picked up by a special train going east early this morning. He was brought to this olty. The company physi cians wre summoned. Though his Injuries ar painful he will recover. BALLINGER STOPS AT BOONE Secretary of the Interior visits Vncle at HI Old Home in Iowa. EOONE, la., June 28 (Special Telegram.) Richard A. Balllnger, secretary of the Interior, slopped off here yesterday for a visit with hi uncle, Charles Tucker, who lives her. Secretary Bellinger formerly lived at Boohesboro, now a part of Boone, and was born and raised near here. Sidney Chaslaasaa Datea. SIDNEY, la., June 28. (Special.) The date for th Sidney chautauqua ar July 28 to August 1. W. J. Bryan will lecture on the afternoon of July 24. Rev. Frank Crane preaches July 26. Strickland Glllll- lan, the humorist, appears on the 27th, and Governor Johnson of Minnesota July 28. Other high class talent are Rev. Ernest Wray Oneal, Dr. Monro Markley, Ralph Bingham, Edward Burton McDowell, Rev. Frank W. Long. There will be plenty of musical and entertaining feature, ma gicians, motion pictures, colored Jubilee singers, etc. Maynard Lee Daggy has been engaged aa platform manager. Dean of Women for Iowa. IOWA CITY, la., June 28.-Speclal.) Miss Anna M. Kllngenhagen, a native of Plymouth, Mass., and former assistant principal and chaperon of the Senior house at Ferry hall, Lake Forest college, Lake Forest, 111., will succeed Mrs. Mabel Mont gomery Volland, resigned, aa dean of women at the State university of Iowa. Announcement of the appointment ha Just been mad. Treatow Not Gnllty, MARENGO, la., Jutu 28. (Special. ) "Not guilty" wa th verdict of the Jury Saturday In the case of State of Iowa against Treptow. In this case Treptow was accused of a wicked attack on a young girl, about 16, at Deep River, not tar from Marengo, and the case was fiercely fought by tha attorney on both side. Old Age Divorce Cause of Suicide Woman Setenty Yean Old Kill Eenelf When Huiband Get Decree. KANSAS CITY, June 28. Because hr 87- year-old husband, to whom sh had bean married forty-five years, obtained a di vorce In Memphis, Tenn., five weeks ago and married a Little Rock, Ark., woman, Mrs. Mary Robinson, aged 70, committed suicide her yesterday. Mr. Robinson left a not saying: "I don't want to be a oar to relative now." Be Want Ad stimulate business moves. DEATH; RECORD. L. M. Bryan. GRAND ISLAND, Neb., June .-(Sp-clal.) The funeral of L. M. Bryan took plac yesterday afternoon from hi home In this city. Mr. Bryan wa th owner of th first book store In this city, establish ing It carl yln th '70s, upon his arrival her, with hi wife, from Indiana, wher he had been a school teacher. Early In th 'Whs he bought out th Orand Island Gold Cur Institute and haa been success fully operating It ever sine. Death was caused by liver and heart trouble. H leave a wife and one daughter, Mrs Frank Llmbach of Red Oak, la. Irs. Martha E. Neweoaah. Mrs. Martha E. Newcomb, widow of the late Henry R. Newcomb, died Monday morning at her home at UOS South Twenty eighth treL She was nearly 70 years of age. Two. aons, both residing In th east, and two daughters, living at home, survive her. Funeral arrangement will not be mad until the ions can be communicated with. Israel W. Durham. PHILADELPHIA, June 28-State Sena tor Israel W. Durham, one of the repub llcan leader of this city and prominent In state politics, died auddenly at his sum mer restdenr In Atlantie City this after noon. He bad been ailing for several years Ueorgre White. George Whit, 47 year of ago, died of tuberculosis Monday at St. Joseph's hos pital. Ilia horn wa at 104 Bouth Eleventh street. Rohe-rt Johnson. - Robert Johnson, 40 year of age, died at St. Joseph's hospital Monday. The body Is at th Hoffman undertaking room on South Sixteenth street Iowa WILL INVOKE NEW STATCTF Jute B. Hammond Announce! Plan of Anti-Cijarett Campaign. DEMANDS THAT OFFICERS ACT He Will Then Seek Reaaeval Hetase td Sappreae th Sal of CoOln .Nails. I (From a Staff Correspondent.) DK9 MOINES, la., Jun 28. (Special Telegram.) Jess B. Hammond, who haa announced a orusad agalnat clgarett -Selling In Iowa, today disclosed that hi campaign will be to raus th removal of vry county attorney and sheriff who falls to enforce th lew. Under th de rision of Attorney General Byera, th payment of th Olgarette mulct tax Is not a bar to prosecution and does not make th ale legal. Under a law passed at th Isst session of the legislature, public of ficials are subject to removal from of fice unless they enforce the law. Mr. Hammond believes he can entirely stop cig arette sale In Iowa, and will do so by forcing county attorney and sheriffs td enforce th law. County attorney and sheriff In every county In the state in which cigarette ar sold are liable to removal unless they at once begin to enforce th law, Beaalsltlon for Wllllanas. Governor Carroll today signed extradl tion paper for thtf removal of Thomas W. Williams to Chicago. , He Is under arreat In Council Bluffs, charged wltlt larceny by bailee by -cashing a letter ot credit for 2. M0 francs' belonging to a Chi cagdv woman and falling to return with th money. ... School Case Is Dismissed. State Superintendent Riggs today dis missed the appeal case from Jefferson, la., In which nearly two doxen high aohool boys, who were expelled fpr making rough house during school hours,' sought reinstatement. He held that the expulsion ended with the sohoe" year, and that tha boy could return when school opens again. . . , ' Complaint from Dnbaqne. Dubuque people, through W. B. Martin, the freight commissioner, hav complained to th Railroad commission that the Chi cago, Milwaukee '& St Paul railroad has refuxed to comply with tha- commission orders lowering th freight rat on con fection. , ; -.. Schlatter Taken to Cllnto.. Schlatter, who claims to be the divine healer who stirred Denver some year ago, was taken to Clinton. la., today to an swer to a charge or Obtaining money un der false pretense in accepting money and guaranteeing a cur which he failed to effect. R. E. Hughe, city ticket agnt of the Burlington, who saw Schlatter In Denver, say thla I not the genuine Schlatter. Frelarht Mate Hearing. In th rehearing on freight rate granted by the railroad commission on petition of th railroad ot the state, th moat Im portant rate under consideration will be that on lumber and mill goods. : The re hearing will be held tomorrow. Th lum ber rat effect only tha across tha state rate. Lumber men showed to th board that the Illinois Central wa giving a rate from Dubtiqu to Slouk City that was less than the rate fixed by th railroad com mission. Th commission at one lowered the rate on long haul to th flgur tha Illinois Central had voluntarily made. Now ' the Illinois Central ha Joined, with the others to ask for a restoration of th old rat. Formerly there wa but on commodity rat on lumber and mill good. Th com mission made three commodity rates, tne on lumber and shingle In mixed - or straight car loads, on on aath, door and blinds In mixed or straight car loads, nd one on sash,' do6rs and 'blinds in mixed cars with lumber and shingle or lath. The rate on th first two waa mad lower for distances from 2fi0 to 4.7) mile. Want Track Conneeoaw Th Armstrong Cement work hav ap plied to the railroad commission for track connection between the Northwestern and the Rock Island at Orldley, la., In order that they can ship to certain places on th Northwestern now barred from them. ' , Studying; Iowa. T. . M. Carver, professor, of oonomlc of Harvard university and a former fellow claasmata at Mount Pleasant, . Ia.. with Prof. J. F. Rlgg. 1 In Iowa to make a study of economic her. He wa lh guest of Prof. Rlgg today and met Prof. Frank Harriott ot Drak University- thl afternoon. HI Investigation ar mad with a view to offering a new course in Harvard on farm economic. Storage Addition. Th exeoutlv council today let th con tract for an addition to th torag bound ing and opened negotiations for a lift that will allow th utlllsaton of about three feet addtonal apace for storage purpose for paper In th old portion. Insurance secur ity bonds in th hand of tb stat auditor war also paed upon. After Dakota Trad. That wholesaler east ot Iowa' caa ship through Iowa to Dakota points cheaper than Des Moines merchant can, and that De Moines merchant can ship to Sioux City and reload and reach Dakot point cheaper than they can by the Interstate rate wa maintained before Examiner Brown of th Interatat Commerce com mission In th federal building today. Chart and rat aheeta and witness war Introduced to prove tha contention ef De Moines merchant. Statesmen at Fair. Arrangements ar being mad to Invite Iowa' United Statea senator and aon graaamen and all th at at officer to be at the administration building ot th stat fair ground on day during th fair to meet th people of th stat. Lawyer I Poisoned. Attorney John Mulvaney, twice demo cratic nomine for congress from th Sev enth district, poisoned himself by acting a hi own cook. II went to th kltohen to get a lunch and used a saucer lo which Mr. Mulvaney had placed tartar emetic with sugar and water to kill ant: 'Mrs. Mulvaney was away. Feeling tick h had barely time to telephone a doctor of hi trouble whan h fainted . and fall' to th floor, where the doctor found him on reach ing the ' house'. He 'wilt be confined to his room fur several day. A Ton ot Oold could buy nothing better for femal weak nesses, lam back and kidney trouble than Electric Bitter, 60o. For sat by Beaton Drug Co. . - Be Want Ad stlmalat bualnea movea- Two Men Found Dead. DEER FIELD. Mo. June 28 Th dead bodies of Chsrles Brown -of Wichita. Kan., and Allen Wilson of V5 Evans avenu. Chicago, young man, war found along side the railway track near here last night. . It Is believed they wet struck by a train while asleep. Tb hod) were not identified till today.