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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1. !')14. ir r July Clearing Sale Announcement Twice a year we make a thorough clearance of our stock. Tomorrow Wednesday), is the opening of the July Clearing Sale. It is bigger, better, more comprehensive sale than ever before. This sale is a genuine Thompson and Belden Sale. The goods offered are from our, own regular choice stocks and none are purchased in jobs or for sale purposes. It is a value giving event that cannot bo equalled. From time to time during July we shall advertise the different items and their time of sale, due notice of which will bo given in the papers. Tomorrow (Wednesday), we commence by closing out 75 Black Silk Taffeta and Moire Skirts A splendid assortment of the best styles and sizes, worth from $18.50 to $35.00. July Clearing Sale Price $9.75 TAILEUR SUITS in all styles and sizes; silks, moires, gabardines, poplins and other desirable fabrics will go at reduced prices in this July Clearinc- Sale. XJUUULAJ li 1 1 "I i 9i July Clearing Wash Goods DRESS OREPES, 27 inches wide, plain or striped, bought to bcII nt 23c a yard; nil wanted shade, at 13V4t yard RATINES, 36 and 27 inches wide; these Ratines como in plain weaves nnd can bo had in tan, pink, gray, hlitcs and made to soil at 25c and 80c n yard. Choice , , . . . .15 ynrd PRINTED VOILES in pretty stripe and check effects, reg ular 10c quality, at 12V- a yard WASH GOODS SECTION IN HA8KMENT. Women's Summer Underwear Gauze Lisle Vests, plain or hand crochet tops, 50c vests nw 39c each Gauze Lisle Vests, extra fine, hand crochet tops, 65c vests nw 49c each Gauze Pants, lace trimmed, well finished and full size, now 25o each Gauze Union Suits, fitted or wide knees 50c per suit July Clearing of Lace Curtains Odd pairs of curtains, styles and patterns we wish to dis continue, in two big lots Wednesday. Imported and Domestic Curtains, any. style, values to $6.00 a pair. July Clearing Sale Price $3.95 a pair Nottingham Cable Net, Scrim and Swiss Curtains, values to $1.50. July Clearing Sale Price 95c a pair Bags and Belts Small BLACK AND COLORED BAGS that sold from $3.75 to $5.00 each. Special $1.50 each WHITE BEADED BAGS that originally sold at from $1.75 .. to $3.00. Special $1.50 each WHITE EMBROIDERED BELTS, sizes 24, 26 and 28. Special 15c each Store Opens 8:80 A. M. and Closes OtOO P. M. Saturdays:- Opens 8:80 A.M. Closes 0:00 l'.M. Tsm, Hi HOWARD ! AND SIXTEENTH STREETS Wo CIdso Satur day, July 4th. Store Open Friday until 0:00 P.M. NAYY GOES MAT MIDNIGHT Use of Liquors on Fighting Ships is Prohibited by Secretary. APPLIES ALSO TO NAVY YARDS Ailvrnr Comment of Xnvy Officer nml Their I'rleniU I'nlla to Sr. enrr Modification of tlic Order. WASHINGTON, Jurie M.-Afloat and ashore, today rrea tho last of the wine mess In the United States now. srri. tary Daniel's famous prohibition ordnr Bocs into crrect at midnight tonight, after which any officer found In possession of alcoholic liquor on shipboard or at any navai station, Is guilty of misconduct. Thcro la only one excentlnn tnnrln in hu case of the ship's surgeon, who may keep a limited supply of spirits on hand for medical use only, but admiral or rnntnln Is as guilty as tho seaman It ho keeps a stocK or wines or liquors for hlo own consumption or tho refreshment of his guests. Tho naval hostess, too, after tonight must give up the punch bowl as a magnet for her guests If the sceno of the enter tainment be within tho naval Jurisdiction, as at me Naval academy, the navy sta Hon and the navy ynrds. At midnight tonlcht tlm nnva Hons which havo heretofore allowed ward room officers to form a wlno m i.r club for the purchase and uao of wines, win bo stricken out, and these stern words will be substituted. "The uso or introduction for drinking purposes of alcoholic liquors or board any naval station, or ulthln nnv now vnr.t or station, Is strictly prohibited, and com- manamg ornccrs will bo directly rospon slblo for tho enforcement of this order." Slnco announcing this change some time ago Secretary Daniels had encouraged ex pressions of opinions of his action, but tho adverse comment from many officers who held it to be an infringement of their personal liberties, did not eu far tnwarrl leading tho secretary from his firm stand In the matter. Tho only Possibility nf mnrllfipiitlnr. I. said to bo special dispensation whrh mav I be granted durng tho oxchango of Inter national courtesies, or ,on such an oc casion as the gathering of ships of ul, nations at the opening of tho Panama canal. The only nation thus far to foliqw tho example sot by tho United States Is Nor way, whose Parliament on June 10 passed ,a res61utl6n making both tho army and tha navy messes "dry." ' PRESIDENT TELLS WOMEN SUFFRAGE IS A STATE ISSUE (Continued from Page One.) GIANT RAT HUNT IS PLANNED New Orleans Will Try to Exter minate Plague Carriers. IOWA CITIES WILL GET BUSY Jtnnril ,if Health n Illve.r Towna Will Kill Itodenf anil Hare Them Kxniulned for u Hntionla flerms. NE OIIU3AN8, Juno 30.-8UU and city health authorities, wtro astir hero today preparatory to tho Inauguration of tho first wholesale campaign In tho his tory of the south for tho extermination of rats In order to prevent the spread of bubonic Plague. Two cases of the disease recently havo been discovered In the Industrial homo of tho Volunteers of America In Now Or leans. Ono man died, another Is til, and twenty-eight Inmate or the' place iIttv been Isolated. With thojiome aa a radius of a xono extending four blocks In every direction, tho plans tor the construction or a concreto barrier aroud the entire area and for a rar 'drive towards the center. Other barriers will be erected, as the worfare progresses, so that when tho final onslaught Is made every rodent with the Infected area-will havabetn de stroyed. Poison and. Irapa wilt be -ud In the work of extermination. Drain pipes will be screened and every expedient of sclentlfio rat killing employed to -pro-vent a spread of tho Infection to other parts ot tho city. Health authorities today sold that a spread of the plague was not expected. No further cases hail developed. Iowa niver Cltlra net l)im, DEB MOINB8. June o.-Boards uf health In cities along tho Mississippi river wero today expected to take lm mediate action to extermlnata rata and to mske bacteriological examination ot rats captured. In accordance with tole. graphic requests sent out by Lafayette Htggins, sanitary engineer of the Iowa Board of Health. This action Is the re. suit of a warning to the state board from Dr. rtupert Blue of the National Board of Health at Washington that suspected rases of bubonic plague have developed at New Orleans, Tbero la a fear that rata carrying plague gems may mako tholr way north on steamboats. LIND'S AG1'SC0ME TO LIGHT (Continued from Page One.) sents. aT ell as his practical apprecia tion of the necessities of the case. It has been therefor, a jrrat pleasure for ie. tol have had severs! lengthy conferences with him, and to have given lil'm my humble assistance m the preparation of his preliminary memorandum setting forth the purposes ot his mission which was delivered to Mr. Llnd yesterday. "I feel very certain that the mission of Mr. Zubaran will result In great benefit m llio CAUse. particularly so because he will have in Mr. Und a good friend, and one who wishes to sea the constitution alist forces speedily and triumphantly enter tho city of Mexico." Captain Hopkins Is equally as Illumin ating In what he has to say In this soma letter of Mr. Bryan. He prefaces his remarks by saying that It may bo p proyrt&te ;or him to acquaint General Carranza with his own personal opinion, relative to "Mr. Llnd, Bryan and others with whom Mr Zubaran. as your repre sentative, may have to treat. Shlnvlnir In Amu. Mr. Llnd told me rncanllv on.1 v. . aBPiseijuenrjy intimated lo Mr vnu. real, that in case It wsn found Impract ible to permit the exportation A war material, that you should arrange to ex port such as was needed fromCaonie- port on tho gulf, preferably Mobile or Tensa cola. In small vessels to Cuba, which, upon arrival at some port on that Island, night alter their courso to the mouth of the Hlo Bravo. 1 r-avo discussed tlilr. mutter with Mr Santiago Wlnflcld, who knowe tho country In that locality, an.i who Informs mo that largo schooneta or steamers of moderate sito can ap proach within 'half a mllo of a place called 'Barrll', a fow miles south of the mouth of tho river where the car could be easily landed In launches. Mr. Llnd assured me very positively that there would bo no Interference whatsoovnr wlth shipments made In this way, and In caso Tamplco Is not taken. I reapoctfully In vite your special attention to tho matter." It will be noted that Mr. Llnd'n first appearance In tho roto of confidential adviser to tho revolutionaries, as reported In tho memorandum transmitted by Mr. Urquldo to Mr. Fabela, was Just about one week otter American sailors and marines had been killed at Vara Crus. The bodies of these. American heroes had not yet been brought to the United States for Interment. The American peoplo were literally up In arms In resentment of tho thought of American arms and am munition reaching any band ot cans. Expected (Jood 1'nlth. As the country saw It, these brava American sailors and marines had given up their lives to prevent foreign arms and ammunition reaching Mexicans, and It had a right to expect the administra tion at Washington was observing In good faith, In spirit as welt as In letter the embargo which had been relmposod. Yet. It Captain Hooklns Is to b i. j llevcd and, there Is every reason for be lieving wnai no said about the move ments of constitutionalist reoresentittivAa and their exporlences-Mr, Llnd was ad vising mem as to ways and means to evade tho vigilance of the army along the Rio Grande and was aaiumlnir tr clvo to these revolutionists th assurance mat tne wasningion administration would put no obstacles In tho way of the ship ment of American arms and American ammunition Into Mexico, provided these munitions or war were sent by the way ot Cuba. Tho breach In the constltutlannllata' rapid dlscloned by the sensational state ment issuea oy uenerai carransa's pri vate secretary. Captain Alfredo Breceda. CUtB. VerV lmleh ,ltwr fhnn nniAaM rt tho surface. It is not so much Mr. Oeorga L currtithors. consular renrcser.tatlv of tho United States, against whom thu Carranza faction complains, an It la against ' William J. Bryan. secre tary ot state of the. United State. " It Is Mr. Bryan against whoni General Car ranta and his satellites hold the sus picion of being responsible for a studied ettort to sidetrack Carransa nnd bring Villa to the fore as tho American "Mestizo Hope.-' In this letter to Gen eral Carranza, attain Hopkins wrote: Ilrynn nnd Villa. ' "I beg to Inform you that jour policy of sclMetlance and of your manifest pur pose ot not permitting mediation or In torference with the Internal affairs ot Mexico, hava served to convince the peo ple of the United States ot your ability not only to overthrow tho usurper, but to bring peaco to the republic. But in this, I beg of you to always rtmember that there Is a werson ot high no.ltlon at this capital who. to Insure h!a own personal ends. Is capable of trying to Inspire discord among those who support you. In the hope of putting In your place as supremo chief of the revolution, an other person, who would be moro obedient to his desires, J am pleated to ictrn however, that settled suggestions relating to this matter have not provoked much Interest on your part of the person for whna Mri.thAU.wuM lt..A,l n...t i. t.- beon 6f great gratification tojme to earn I oi tne ansoiuto myalty of that person' to you. At tho eamo time I am con vlnced that President Wilson, on his part, Is a firm believer In your capacity and In your eventual triumph." As was shown In today's Herald, Cap tain Hopkins, In another letter to General Carransa, named names. He said this "person of hlgn position" was Mr. Bryan. OAIIUAN7.A DKNIKS MONKY AID 8ay Ilecetvrd No Fund from For lltn Government!!, MONTKREV, Mexico. Juno 30.-Publlca-tlon In the United States of reports that tho constitutionalist movement has been assisted by the United States govern ment with the Idea of benefiting certain business Interests In Mexico, particularly railway lines, today caused the following- signed statement to be issued by General Carranza. "In the national lines ot Mexico, the Mexican government wilt conscrvo the representation she already has In them und this head ot tho constitutionalist urmy will not recognize any operntlon which may bo verified In rolatlon to the said lines, unless In such ati operation or agreemont the constitutionalist govern ment Is represented. I desire to make known, as n result of articles published In New York that the constitutional gov ernment has no compromises with that nation (meaning the Jolted States) or any other, I have received no pecuniary asslstanco from foreign governments or cltUens and from the beginning or the present revolution It has been solely sus tained by national funds and will be until the end. VKNU8TIANO CARRANZA." WASHINGTON, -une 29.-.Attcr Issuing their emphatic denials of published Inti mations that General Canada's revolu. tlon was being financed by Aniorlcan In terests Involved In io of Mexico and allied corporations, Mr. Zuburan and Mr. Cabrera declined to dis cuss further allcgeu correspondence re lating to this matter. Sherbourne O. Hopkins, the Washington attorney whoso alleged correspondence with General Car ransa and Henry Clay Plorco ot tho Na tional railways, had been given public, tlon. left Washington for New York dur Ing the day. Not Notes of Harlan. HARLAN; la.. Juno 30. (Special.) Not a very largo delegation attended tho county conventions hero ftatuerixv ft,- democrats made no 'homlnatlons for rrtltll.i. nj. 1 1 . & .... ..I Hu wero imea at thei primary. Tho republicans choose Hans P. Hansen, a farmer, as a candidate for county auditor; Theodore S. Hansen, ab stracter. for clerk of the district court; B. B. Shannon, farmer, tor sheriff; May A. Brown, former principal of the Harlan sohools, for recorder, and Dr. E. J. smith for coroner. The progressives, nominated John N. Bucli, farmer, and John Vogt. farmer, for supervisors. Nominations for town ship offices were referred to committee by the chairman of each party. Resolu tions condemning the capital extension and the present road law were passed unanimously by the democrats. The Harlan Chautauqua Is to be held July IS and continue for a weok. Among the entertainers will be the famous Ben Greet players, Chancollor Bradford. Gov ernor Robert B. Glenn, Governor Henry A Buohtel and Father Austin Fleming. liverybody reads "Bee Want Ads: COMMISSION FIRMS ARE SUED . , Independent Fruit Company Asks damages from Old Houses. SAYS FORCED FROM BUSINESS Allege n Petition Filed nt Dcs aiolnes (fant Unfair Competition Drove Them Out of the Field. (From a Staff Correspondent.) DES MOINES. Ia.. June 20. (SDeclal Telcgram.)-Slx Dos Moines commission houses were mado defendants in a suit today for damages In tho sum of 130.000 claimed by the manager of the Inde pendent Fruit company because It is Claimed tho fruit company was subjected to unfair competition and was flrnllv forced to sell out. The defendants ere all the leading commission houses of the city. Worker Given Increase. By reason of an Increase of wages granted to the employes ot the various telephone companies, Iowa's threatened strlko, which was to have started tomor row, has been averted. The Electrical Workers union mado tho demand nnrt most of the Increase was granted. Mrs. Champ Clark and Party of Girls Caught in Storm WASHINGTON. June 30. Thu fer that Mrs, Champ Clark, wife of the speaker ot tho house, and a parry of youne nwinu whom she chaperoned, had narrow escape xrom acatn at Fort Washington, about fifteen miles from Washington, nn Him. day night during a terrific electrical storm, became known today. During the height of the storm thv were marooned In a freight houa nn h wharf at the fort. The party had gone down the PotomJn on tho United States motor launch Wll helmlna and had been the guests of the commandant at Fort Washington. Shortly after the start was made for the return trip the storm approached and th n is landed and tools refuge In the freight nouse. Tnere they saw the Wllhetmtna, from which they had Just escaped, keel over on Its side and rtilp water In such quantities that the crew was foremi beach the boat. The party consisted of Mrs. rirk n,i her daughter, Miss Genevieve Clark: Miss . . . . - .tv.uniDor. aaugnter or Senator WcCurri. uer or North Dakota; Miss Baker, daugh ter Ot Representative Tinker nf K - i--- ey, and Representative McKellar of Ten nessee. None of them was Injured, but all were drenched. Mrs. Clark relateH th story ot the party's thrilling experience. tine sam alio fully expected that the ireignt House would be blown over. Lussen Peak Again In Violent Eruption RED BLUFF. Cal.. Juno SO T ...., peak exploded today In Its eleventh erup tion since May JO, with a dense column ot black smoke that, shot up thousands ot - wivu uriucu Biowiy norxn wara. A few mlnutea later a smaller Miim. e black smoke fringed with whitish steam ascended more gradually and Is still ris ing. The eruntlon has laatarf has the appearanco pf being more violent man any inat preceded It Man Who Wounded Six on Train at Kansas City Held KANSAS CITY, Mo., June SO.-Tho shot that wounded six persons seated on tho observation platform ot an eastboilnd Burlington train near Liberty, Mo., last night was an "honor salute" fired for tho women on the platform, according to Fred, flcudlero, 24 years old, who admitted today ho fired the shot. He declared he had no Intention of Injuring anyone, as he fired his shotgun In the air. , Scudlcro's arrest followed the arrest ot two companions who, with Scudiero, hail been hunting near the scene. Scudiero told the police that in company with three other men h had spent the after noon hunting. Returning toward Liberty, according to Scudiero. the four men saw the train approaching. As it whirled by threo women on the observation platform waved their hands at tho hunters, H threo companions took off their hats arid returned the greeting. Then Sciidlcro told tho police ho decided to "salute" tho party In military fashion, so he flrod his shotgun Into the air above the train. Scudiero Is held under a formal charge of "Investigation." The police, however, plan to tako him to Liberty this after noon. CHICAGO, Juno 10. Tho six passengers struck by bird shot when the Missouri limited ot tho Burlington road was fired on at Kansas City last night could be easily singled out on tho arrival of the train here today by tho bandages and strips of court plaster on their faces. Nono of the Injuries was serious. Those struck were: Roger J. Kasper. Chicago: Miss Helen Prltchett. City; Mrs. J. M. Osborne. Wavorly, Kan.; w. c. Ilawley, Wllkinsburg, Pa.; her son, William and Windell Lucas, Timcwcll. III. Mrs. Dorr, who made the principal plea of the suffragists. Adilre of Mr. Dorr. "Since our last visit to the white house," said Mrs. Dorr, "you have receded from that position. You have Initiated and Carried through congress an extremely Important piece of legislation without waiting for 'party instructions. In fact you carried It through In tho face of positive Instructions to the contrary, written In the platform on which you were elected. Your Justification rested on tho fact that a certain situation had changed and a changed situation called for a changed policy. Wo submit that the situation in regard to women suffrage has changed absolutely since the Balti more platform was written." After reviewing the growth ot suffrage In the states and pending legislation In congress to enfranchise women, Mrs. Dorr said: "It was extremely kind ot you to re ceive this deputation, but we hava reached the point where we are not satis fied with kindness and toleration. We want action. Wc, therefore ask you to answer a plain question: What are yo'l going to do, now, In this present session of congress, for woman suffrage? Aro you going to use your powerful Influence to Induce congress to pass the Mondell Brlstow icsolutlon?" Not So StrniiRe After All. You may think It strange that so many people are cured of stomach trouble by Chamberlain's Tablets. You would not. however, If you should give them a trial. They strengthen and Invigorate tho stom ach and enable It to perform Its func tions naturally. Mrs. Rosie RIsh. Wabash, Ind., writes. "Nothing did me the least good until I began using Cham berlain's Tablets. It Is decidedly the best medicine for stomach trouble I have ever used." For sale by nil dealers. WRINKLES MUST GO Free to All RtmoTa roar vrlnklei and marks ot age, my way To every la ,v reader Wi writes me I will mall at '?e rov of mv boo't, entlt'" 1 xr-v nrtnw ni lO II I UK retain fullest charm of An o n 1 1 r nuiin 111 IIVI lay or less. A plain common (i e n (i o homn method of treatment, that delightn ah I astonishes nil HT BOOK Or BEAUTT wilt tell you ruse, how you can remove tho W r 1 nkles, Crow'a Feet. h lac Kneans, County Convention nt Sidney. SIDNEY, Io., Juno 30.-iSpccl.il.)-The democratic and the republican county conventions wero held here Saturday. The republicans filled several vacancies on their county ticket and paed a reso lution favoring a change In the dot's of the primary election from the firs. Mon day In June to tho first Monday In Sep tember, it being clealmed that ihrro timfs as many votes would be polled la tho rural districts on the latter (lav;. The Home of the CREAM SODA ANY FLAVOR Our Ice Cream la i Made Fresh Dally ALAMITO CREAM ERY PnODCOTS. BELL DRUG GO. 1316 Farnam. Acne, Pimples and facial blemishes. NO MATTEK AVHAT YOU TRIED My book tella you tha reaton of your pait fall- ajr lb Ellckr Quran i Worthl'ir pusterai Harm- fill InHmm.nl. . ... I - .1 . . . ... . yihratoni or Cupping Dcrlcea, that netcr hive helped you. and lt ma tell you how o JtcMoro tho lJloom of Youth. Send rn no moner. as mv nook or nant i It exntftlni. h.- -ti M ... w. ....... -. home. Don't experiment with old uaaleaa mttrmi!. any lonsrr, tht rob you of from 50c to tl at a time. STOP NOW. and wait tilt you hi to mr tank. It will . . ,n ..i.. t v. i ... . : - ..... h.u 1VI U U..Ui 111'" hare, or rtrtore what ha. ben loit. Vou wll no ionsr neea powaer or ctitmetlra of any kind nature bestowi on th young. MV BOOK TELLS VOU How to obtain FltKU In connection with all ihli. the secret of Itemovlns Superfluous Fleth. If you are oTerweUht. How to remove Superfluout Hair. ii you axe annciea in mat way. now to Derelop iuo hum, ii you are undeveloped. My book ex plain! Ju how I Kite them, away and WHY I DO S0. You want to know, m that you ran be. rln at once to remove tha wrlnklea. and other marka of time. Writs today t only adrertla at odd timet, and you may not sea the id ataln. ACT NOW VERLIE GATLIU, Dept. 293, Denver Colo. Teething Babies SUFFER IN HOT WEATHER USE Hrs.Winsfow's Soetting Syrup A SPLENDID REGULATOR PURELY VEGETABLE NOT MJWC0TIC SOUTH DAKOTA ENDEAVOR UNION ELECTS OFFICERS MITCHEU 8. D., June S0.-(Speclal.)-After pledging tho sum of t325 of the $300 which had been apportioned to South 'Dakota endeavorers as their share toward tho erection of an International head quarters building at Iloston. Mass., dels Kates to the twenty-third annual conven tion of the state Christian Endeavor union yesterday Inaugurated a campaign td raise the balance of the apportionment, together with $100 naked by the state offi cers for work In South Dakota. Promi nent speakers nt the convention were: Rev. II. II. Ilottman, Rlpon. Wis.; Rev. J. O. Buswell, Minneapolis, Minn.; Hev, Sam Burritt, Louisville, Ky and O. L. Hempstead. Fargo, N. D. The 1915 con vention will meet at Sioux Falls. Offi cers elected for the coming year were: President, Rev. C. E. Kcarns of Water town: vice president, C. T. McQrew of Mitchell; secretary, Miss Eva Stevenson of Vermillion; treasurer. Orlln -Lothrop of Academy. Advertise lost articles in The Bee. Most poople are honest and this Is the only way the finder can locate you. Why is it that most new up-to-date concerns such as Merritts Pharmacy use ALAM1T0 MILK and Cream Exclusively Fireworks ! Three Cheers for the 4th Get your supply of Fireworks hero and save money. All fresh, clean goods Uio kind that really k off. Buy early ana avoid the dusn. Crackers, pkg. of 00.... .X06 for 25d Crackers, reg. Be pkg. 7 packs ror , 25 t-in. Salutes, a pack 7 IMn Wheels, all sizes, 5. 10. 25S 35S SI. All lc goods sold at doz., 1 At Fire (exhibition), can. 10 1 ,j vo r .......... tmstc 'lorpeooes, x , 5S 10J and larger packuges. All 10c assorted goods, per box .............. 81.00 All 5c assorted goods, box 50 Electric Sparklers, 10c kind, on sale as long as thoy Inst, at, per box 5 Repeating Pistols, each... 5 Ammunition for Pistols. . .4 UCMIAN CANDLES 4-Ball, 1 each; 10 dozen. 8-Ilall. 2 ea., 25t dozen. 12-Boll, per dozen 50J Wo havo plenty of VESUVl IUS TORPEDOES, the big noise makers. SKY ROCKETS 1 dozen, 10j5 3 dozen, 256 nnd up to $1.00 each Fireworks delivered to all parts of the city. At Our New Location 16th & Howard Sts. (Her Grand Hotel BIdg.) MIKE BARTO and "MEYERS" The Well Known Fnrnam St. Newsdealer. INSURANCE Tire. Tornado. Liability. Tlate Ola-js, IJurslary, Accident and Automobile. SURETY BONDS W. Charles Sundblad 411 Btats Bank Bids. FhoniKid I9n.i. I DUBUQUE COLLEGE "Jr (Kormtrl 8t. Juwph'a ColUrt) Boarding School for BoisM',' lllsh School and Uollrs Couraaa Kadis to 'K,1?r.,,'2: D "!' ot Lcitara .qd Bichlor of Fct'oca dgra. Illuitralad Souwclr and Cataloroa Sent cm racjucit I iijinoimjaiv-satanyM.'M ASIUS.UMUftTS, PILES No Money Till Cured ttt2kSf.A,i.!I,U, ers!wUh. 2Kf?"Jt,fJ rsrtaanant cures naraittaad Writ Imt rra Illustrated feaifcM Maltai caratl Mtlsnta la Ntkruka ari DR. E. R. TARRY - 240 Bldzu Oniah, Nb. BEAUTIFUL LAKE MANAWA DANCING, BOATING, ROLLER COASTER AND MANY OTHER ATTRAC TIONS. Free Moving Pictues Ever) Evening. Finn's Band Fourth of July nnd Every Sunday After noons and Evenings, Balloon Ascension Fourth pf July nnd on Sundays, weather permitting. HOLD YOUR PICNIC AT MANAWA.