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THE DAILY BEE OJUAH A , TUESDAY NOVEMBER , 4
The Oldest and Most Reliable
J IE ] W : E3 ILi IE DEL S ,
Issue no Windy Advertisement , but carry a full line of
WATCHES , DIAMONDS , JEWELRY & SILVERWARE.
Which they sell as
LOW AS HONORABLE DEALERS
Can sell the Best Quality of Goods ,
We are daily receiving the latest novelties in
Jewelry < fc Silverware
A VISIT WILL CONVINCE THE MOST SKEPTICAL ,
The Daily Bee.
Tuesday Morning' , Nov. 14.
( jCho following observation ) ) are taken a
tbr same moment of time at all the station
WAB DEPARTMENT , U. B. SIGNAL BEB- )
TICK , OMAHA , Nov. 13,1832. (1:45p.m. ( f
r Hirer 6 feet 1 Inches above low water mark al
Omalu , S feet 0 Inches M Ytnkton. Mlulwlppt !
feet fi Inches at Uucnpoit ( tct 7 inches at
m. l' ul , y f ot 10 Inches at Hf. Loud , 3 feel
7 Inches at IA Crotso and C feet a Inches tl
Kidiant Homo Stoves. Boat to use ,
Cheapest to bur. Milton Koirers & Son ,
14th and 1'ornam street.
A L firemen's social will be given b ;
Engine Company No , 3 at Firemen's hall ,
Thursday evening , Nov. 10th.
It will be to the credit of Omaha people
if they greet Joseph Cook with crowded
house Thursday evening at tbo Congrega
During the cold snap of the past two
days Ice formed on the ponds to a thick
ness capable of bearing up the email boys
-who are enjoying their first skating of the
season. Tbo weather has moder
ated so that their enjoyment will not bo o
Manager Nugent came around yester
day with hts eight horse band wagon and
Prof. YcaRcr's band and drove the blues
away from this vicinity by a serenade. The
band la now one of the best In the city and
the occasion of the parade was the
arrival of eight new stars at the Academy
It was reported about on tbo streets
yesterday that Fcldon Brown had died
at tbo Hospital but n telephone message
eent up tbero elicited the fact that ho was
improving. Ho was Bent up Sunday on
the recommendation of Dr. Grossman ,
Judge Bonelce having called him in tj
make an examination as It WM feared
erysipelas had tot in.
On Saturday last Mr , And Mrs , Henry
"Voss celebrated their silver wedding anni
versary. Mr. Voss Is a painter In the U.
P. shops and ho and bis wife are very pop
ular among their acquaintances. In the
evening they were surprised by a large
party of friends who took the house by
storm and proceeded to Inaugurate a'festl-
yal In honor of the day , With dancing ,
declamations and songs , the time passed
quickly until n late hour and when the vis
itors left there remained several substan
tial tokens of their regard In the shape of
appropriate presents of silver. TUB BKK
joins In wishing Mr. nnd Mrs. You many
happy leturns , ]
Sunday was the commencement of
the "Week of Prayer , " for young men and
Young Men's Christian Associations , not
only to be olwerved In tbe United States
but throughout the world. The following
city pastors preached sermons to young
wen at tbe Invitation of tbe Y , M. U , A. ;
ll VB. J. W. Harris , J , W. Shank , 0. W.
Savidge , Dr. Sidling , and at the Congre
gation church den. O , 0 , Howard and Mr ,
P.O. Hlnnbaugh apoke. Ilev. J. W. In.
gram gave a very practical and earnest
talk on "Preparation for service , " it As
sociation Hall at 4 o'clock , Thetubject
for meeting last evening was "Tbe Influ
ence of one young man , " 2 Ciipu. 24:1-8 : ;
35M8-1'J , These cervices will be interesting -
ing to all nbo attend. K\cry cue Invited.
The next dancing patty to bo given by
W , 8. Uelpbrcy will be on Sr.turday even
ing next as usual. On Saturday afternoon
a class for the instruction of children vill
Le opened at the came place. A school fur
young gentlemen will texln on Thursday
night nt No. 722 North IGth street. It In
detlred that aa many M possible who denlre
to take part will leave their names with
him on Wednesday afternoon when lie will
be at Davis * store In Freuicr Block , oppo
site the poitolllc * .
The first party of the series of livepar. .
tied , which are to be given this winter by
tbe "Home Social Club" of North Omaha ,
took place Friday evening nt Acrno Hall
over Focny & Connolly's shoo store. Th
hall was very tastefully arranged and th
dancing , which consisted of eighteen nun :
bom , was enjoyed by all present. Musi
wag furnished by Irvine's orchestra.
A mistake crept into tbo call for
quarterly meeting of the Union Oatholl
library , at the loom ; , to-night. The coi
rect tlino h Tuesday night of next woet
on which time tbo meeting will bo hold
and not to-night.
The prayer mooting this week at the
Y. M. 0. 0. A. Is In unison with th
Young Men's Christian ossoclatlo :
throughout the world. The topic for thi
evening is : 'Together ou Earth ; Sepa
rated In Eternity. " Matt. 13 ; 24-30. J
cordial invitation Is given to every one
Meetings begin promptly at 7:30. :
Judge Benolco'a Monday Mornlni
In the police court yesterday thi
business was not so heavy as at thi
opening of the two weeks just passed
There were two plain drunks , oni
of whom paid a fine , and the otho
case was continued.
A man who raised a disturbance it
a Farnam street saloon , and after
wards wont out and hurled a pluml
bullet through the window , paid tor
dollars and costs for disturbing thi
The boy arrested for destroying and
burning fence boards in South Omaha
An individual who shot off his pistol
on the streets was Gnod $10 and cost ? ,
Among the cases set for the daj
were the following :
Valentino Lipp , arrested for stealing
a barrel of cement from Bradford's
Annie Gaboon , charged with rais
ing a disturbance in her neighbor-
Mike Gllllgan , for assaulting old
nan Grace. x
Clark and Gorman , for the robbery
> f Foldon Brown.
The "Hawthorn Centennial Ex-
: olaior Roof Paiu " was patented May
! 4th , 1881 , and otters patent nnm-
> or 241 , 803. Any person found or
cnown to tamper with the mann-
acturo of said paint will bo punish-
id to the full extent of law. No per-
ion has any authority whatever to neil
ocoipts. BJLWTUOUN & Bno. ,
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , OMAHA -
HA , NEB.
Tables supplied with the best the
narkot ailords. The traveling public
jlaim they got bettor accommodations
ind moro general satisfaction hero
; han at any other house In Omaha.
Rate , $2 per day. aug21tfm
3LAVEN'S YOSEMITE COLOGNE
Made frorr the wild flowers of the
ITAH FAMED YOBEMITE VALLEN
It is the most fragrant of perfura t
Manufactured by H. B. Slavon , San
B'ranclsco. For sale in Omaha by W.
T , Whltohouao and Konnaia Bros. ,
MR. BUSHMAN ,
IT HEKMH A BIN
.0 sell these fine Cloaks at such prices.
Why , if other merchants hero know
.hat I sold them I could not sell them
inything. Such were the words of a
opresontatlvo of ono of the largest
tastorn cloak manufacturers and im-
lortors. Wo told him wo thought wo
lad just as good a right to sell a $20 ,
$30 $ , $40 or $50 cloak at or nearly at
test as others had to soil a $2 , $3 or
$5 $ cloak the same way. They did it
a adverrlao their business , and wo do
; lris to advertise ours ; beside this
NO do not depend upon our
: leak trade for the support
) f our business and consequently are
latisfiod with a very email profit on
.lip finest goods. To-day wo shall
jll'or an elegant fur lined satin Rha-
ioma circular for $25 , such as is sold
uoHlioro else at less than $40 to $50 ,
ind even hlaher , Russians and Diag
onal at equally low prices , Como and
sue them ,
IT Witt I'AV YOU ,
Wo are also offering a big drive in
ladlis' ecarlet all wool underwear at
DO cunts , not sold anywhere for lets
than $1,25 tr $ 1 50 Boarding houses
ind hotels will find it to thofr inter-
-at to price bed comforts at BUSH
* Lydia E : Piukham's Vegetable
Compound Is a positive euro to al
huso weaknesses BO common to our
just female population.
MAX MEYER Bill ) ,
3ST GIR .A. TI IN" G-
For Cards and Invitations.
Call thU weolc and BOO the moat elegant samples of
NEW YEAR'S GALLING CARDS ,
EVER SHOWN IN OMAHA.
P. S. Leave your Orders now to insure delivery ,
No Orders received alter December 1st. '
THAT SETTLES IT ,
The Vote of Douglas Count ;
Canflelcl and Brown Elected i
the efen ite.
The Delegation to tkoZiowor Hoai
The work of canvassing the vote e
Douglas county was begun by th
board yesterday morning , but no feelIngs
Ings were yol made at 3 o'clock.
Ono proclnct , Jefferson , was throw
out , as the returns were not signed b
either the clerks or judges. Thi
defeats Croncmoyor and elects Col
potzor. It also loaves Canfiold wit :
26 majority , while if counted it wool
have reduced it to 19. The names o
the elect are as follows :
Brown , D. CanGold , D.
RKl'ftKSENTATl VES ,
Gray , R. Clark , D.
Christophorson , R. Carnaby , D.
Sueaaoubnch , R. TurtleD. & A. LI
Colpotzor , R. McQayock , D.
This gives the two parties four oac'
in the houao and gives the democrat
the two nonators and the float senatoi
J. H. McShano.
For Governor :
J. Berlin ? Morton , D 2,05
Jan. W. Da wen , R. f 2,20
R. P. IngeraollA. M 1,11' '
Fo Lieutenant Qoicrnor.
J. F. Warner , D 2.C31
A. W.Agee , R 2,28 :
D. P. Reynolds , A M 1,161
For Secretary of State :
0. .T. Bowlby , D 2G1 :
E. P. RogfenR 2,28 !
1'hos. Ktrtley , A. M 1,13 !
P. D. Stnrdevant , A. M 3,72 !
torau Clark , R 2,10 !
For Attorney General :
T. O. Crawford , D 2,54'
[ saao Powers , Jr. , R 2,24'
John Bawd , A. M 1,141
For Auditor :
3harles Leach , D 2,43 !
Tohn Wallichs , R 2,381
Fohn Beatty , A. M 1,14 ?
For Land Commitiioncr :
lenry Grebe , D 2,70 !
V. G. Kendall , R 2,10 !
D. H. Madelny , A. M 083
For State Superintendent :
3haa. A. Splece , D 2.48E
, V. W. W. Jone < , R 2,128
r. J. Points. A. M 1,20 ?
For Jltyent :
r. M.Burku , D 3G4fi
) . H. Uaro.H 2,25a
Ftr Congi'ettman :
F. L Redlek , D 2,010
1. J. Weaver , R 2,073
I. W. Gilbert , A. M 01 ! !
For Float Senator :
f. A. McShane , D 4,131
* , DanleUR 2,877
For Jliitricl At'orncys
? arke Godwin , D 3.430
( f. J , Burnbam , A. M 2,440
For State Senator ! :
3. II. Brown , D * 3580
ieorgo CauBeld. D t * 2,4o7
1 H. Dewey , H X 2,451
, V. J. Council. 11 1,080
r. B. McOormick , A. M 1,100
' 'or Jlejtreitntatittt :
I. G. Clark , D 2,42l
Vler McUnvock , D V,30'J
iamuelJ , Howcll , D , 2,028
Vin Onrnahy , D * 2,320
'eterGoos , D 8,251
1. 0. Jordan , D 2304
iVra. Turtle , D " 3.470
* * red ( "ronetnoyer , D. . , . , 2,200
J'red W. G ray , R * 2,500
lenry Suesaenbach , R ' 2,510
[ obu Ohrlitopheriioii , R " 2,489
, . M. Bennett , R 2130
frank Oolpetzer. R " 2378
V. J. Broatch.R 2,001
foseph II. Tftylor , R 2,104
rotenh R. CUrkaon. R 2,230
lohert Twaddell A. M 1,230
V. . Bunnester A. At 1.320
V. U. Whitinoro A. M 2272
Vllenltoot A. M 1 173
' 'red. Dehm A. M 1,310
I. R. Overall A. M . . .1,281
rohu Hey A , M. , . , , 1,120
For County Commitiioners
\ , O'Keofe * 3,701
' . J. Quealey 2,113
11'o/miii Suffrage :
; ' " . . M20
Vgalust. . . , 4,085
'Petal vote 5,003
U. S COPKT.
rho November Term Opens Up for
The November term of the U , S
: ourt began its sitting at 10:00 : a. m. ,
fosterdayJudges McOrary and Duady
x > lh boiug present.
The morning hour was taken up in
. . ,
I - i *
hearing domurors argued , and in th
afternoon motions to quash the it
dictmonts in the McClary and Hn
cases were argued. .
Among the attorneys present froi
abroad are :
Beach I. Hiuraan , North Platte
J. H. Broady , Brownsville ; Congrose
man Laird , Haetings ; John M. Ri
gen , L. 0. Burr , H. H. Blodgott , 1
M. Marquott , N. S. Harwood , F. W
Lambortson , ox-Attornoy Genera
Webster , Charles 0. Whodon , Waltc
J. Lamb , Lincoln ; W. H. Mungoi
Fremont ; A. E. Plnknoy , Ropublica
City ; F. Homer , Kearney.
There is hardly an adult porso
living but is sometimes troubled wit
kidney difficulty , which is the moi
prolific and dangerous causa of all dii
oaso. There is no sort of need t
have any form of kidney or nrinar
trouble If Hop Bitters is taken occi
XHE BGHOOJL BOARD.
Miscellaneous Business Transaote
An adjourned mooting of the boar
of education was hold last evening o
the ticket office of the Union Pacific i
Millard hotel block.
Roll call showed Messrs. Anderson
Connoyor , McShano , Points am
President Long present.
Bids were received for the gradin
of the Eleventh and Center stree
school site , and the contract was lo
to the lowest bidder , Anthon Petoi
son , at 17 cents per yard.
A bid was received from A. H
Doneckon to build 134 feet of fencin
for the Third ward school house , f o
The estimates of work done on th
Center street and West Omaha school
were approved and payment of th
The committee on public property
and improvements recommended thi
following salaries for janitors
Central school , $105 for winto
months and $80 for summer months
North school , $70 winter and $41
fcurnmer months ; Cass , East and SontI
schools , $ BO and $30 ; Jackson , $2 (
and $18 ; West and Hartman , undo
The locommonda'ion was adopted
In the matter of the princlpalship ol
the Cass street school , the committee
on teachers and text books recoin
mended that Mias Wilbur bo appointee
until the end of the term.
A ballot resulted : Miss McCarthy ,
2 ; Miss Buttorfiold , 1 ; Miss Me
Choane , 2. No election.
The report of the committee was
then adopted by a vote of 3 to 2.
The matter of a change in drawing
books was laid over till next regular
mooting for action.
Plans for outhouses of Eleventh and
Senior street school , presented by
Oloavcs BrothorSjJworo received and
referred to the commltteo on build
ings and property , with power to act.
A. school slto was offered the board
ind was referred.
Adjourned to moot at C p. m.
Do Not Move Blindly.
Go carefully in purchasing medicine ,
ilany advertised remedies can work great
nfury &xo worao than none , JSunlocL
flood flitter * ore purely a vegetable prep-
.ration : the Bir.aUeat child can take them.
They kill disease and euro the pittlent In a
afe and kindly way.
I Pleasant Woddlncr In South Omaha
TUG BEE yesterday announced the
irthcomiug nuptials of a popular
Fnion PaciGo conductor and an estl-
table and accomplished widow lady
f South Omaha , which occurred last
voning at the bride's residence ,
Duthwost corner of Ninth and Pacific
The high contracting parties were
Ir , James B , Kernahan and Mrs. M.
i. Wolls. Mr. Kernuhan has been a
eaidont of Omaha for the past ton
oars , and was for eight
nd a half years a conductor
n the Union Pacific railway , from
rhloh ho retired to engage in business
ar himself on lower Tenth street ,
'ho bride is a lady whoso many graces
ud accomplishments are beat apprecl *
ted by her intimate friends.
The ceremony took place at 8
'clock , and was solemnized by Rev.
! . B. Graham , of the United Presby-
uriau church. A largo number of
rionds and invited guests were pros-
nt , and the evening was spent in the
lost oujoyablo manner possible. Tim
appy couple leave this mornin ? lor
'hicigo ' and a tour through the oast.
SOLE AGENTS r
PIANOS 15V I5Y
Stein way & Son's , Clough & Warren ,
Chickering& Son's , Sterling Organ Co.
Knabe & Co. Jmperial ,
Vose & Co. Pease & Co
Variety the Largest ,
Prices the Most Moderate ,
Terms the Most Satisfactory.
BEAUTIFUL 1EW ORGAN AT $65.
ELEGANT ftSEW UPRIGHT PIANO AT $200 ,
( KMRAITILATING ( WIELD ,
Honors Paid to the New Ser
ator from Douglas County.
A Double Serenade Sp Deoh.es
Congratulation , Etc.
Tbo closest contest in the clectic
just past , waa that between Mr. Got
H. Canfiold , proprietor of the Oai
field Honao , and Mr. Charles I
Dewey , ior the position of ntato son :
tor from Douglas county. After
week of uncertainties and porplcxitic
such I\R never before were experience
in this community , Mr. CanGold wi
yesterday declared the succosafi
man by the canvassing board , havin
a majority of sixteen over his oppc
It was a peculiar fight i
many respects. Mr. CanCold .we
put on the ticket , much against hi
will , after the declination of Judg
Savage , just three days before th
election. As a general thing hi
friends wcrotho friends of Mr.Dowej
for both are men of the same popula
characteristics , and witheut ai
enemy in the world. On elec
tion day Mr. Oanfiold's friend
were working for him , am
Dewey , not thinking that the find
struggle would bo between the two
and as the reault narrowed down am
other candidates were left out in th
cold , it became a fair , square fieht be
twcen two of the best and most popu
lar men in tre city for supremacy , ro
suiting hi victory for the domocratii
Last evening , after the result of thi
canvass became known , it was deter
mined to tender the successful candid
ate a testimonialof ; the sentiment o
his friends. About 9 o'clock Chas
Scantland's colored quartette won
down to the Oanfield house1 and gav <
a very enjoyable concert , singing first
in front of the hotel and afterward in
At midnight Prof. Yeagor'a cornef
band , from the Academy ( of Music ,
appeared , attended by about a hun
dred of the friends of tbo senator , and
discoursed some of their choices !
selections. They were invited in and
treated to the best the house could
afford , including sparkling cham
pagne , which flowed freely as Miisouri
Dr. E. Willard Blair made a very
apt and happy speech , in which ho
sxtoiled the qualtica of Senator Can-
Sold as a man , a friend and a good cit
izen , and otnrnod the thanks of the
senator for the demonstration of ap
proval. Ho was followed by City Ed-
torn Kent of THE BKB , Sorensen of
.ho Republican , Woodbridgo of the
Elorald , Charles Scantland on bobalf
} f the colored people , and a number
jf other BppakorBrepresentingbothpO'
itical parties , the majority being ropub-
leans. The speeches were followed by
longs and recitations from .several
jrofcssional gentlemen present , and
jy a universal expression of pleasure
it the election of a man who is known
0 bo a friend cf the kind that can
ilwaya be tied to. One or two cf Mr.
3aniield's enthusiastic admirers nomi-
latod him as the next governor of
Nebraska , and another oven landed
urn in the white house. The senator
a very modest , however , and the
iighest compliment , and the truest
mid him , was that whenever ho was ,
nd under whatever circumstances ,
10 would always remember his
rieuda and have a warm spot in his
leart for thorn.
A pleasant feature of the evening
ran the presentation to 1'rof. Yoager
f a magnificent B flat cornet from
Ir. Oanfield , who had drawn it very
noxpectodly to himself from a sub'
cription in aid of a poor woman ,
'hat's the kind of a man George is.
It is safe to say that no man will go
own to L'ncoln ' with more good
rishes and more thorough confidence
com thoHO whose suffrages send him
iiero than Senator Canfiold , and he
111 always bo found on the
ido of the right. Plain , prao-
leal , a thorough buainusa man ,
It. Oanfioli will occupy no
oubtf ul position , and Douglas county
1 honored in being represented by
no who is at the same tnno a work-
igman , a firmer and a truo-heartod ,
'holo-souled ' gentleman. If he should
gain como up as a candidate for pop
lar favor ho will npt bo "left , " but
illgo [ in by a rousing majority , and
e will never do auijht but credit to
ne I'Mftnly Art" Programme for tno
Week aa Presented Jjuat Night.
The interior of the academy pro-
anted a lively and pleasant appear
anco last night , and Manager Nugoi
seemed extremely blissful , his theat
being filled with an uudionco drav
mainly on account of the bill boii
now and the extra gladiator comb
attraction The entertainment wi
strictly variety , and free from all ol
jectionablo features , and from th
way it took from the first part to tl
close , wo should judge it pleased , ar
will no doubt attract largo housi
during the weok.
The company includes among 1
now members Miss Kittio Woodsoi
a very agreeable little lady in pleasic
songs ; the Ohristio Bros. , in som
now parlor scanos and dances ; Wad
and Mack , in their amusing eccontri
ities and character specialties. M
Sweeney wiil to-night perform h
cannon-ball act as advertised , an
Wade and Mack fling all of "Dow
Where the Lilacs Grow , " or paralys
iho orchestra. Miss Ollta Sutler an
Finnic Norton are still retained i
well as Mr. J. G. Fjetchor , who wi
remain duiing the season us chief 01
iginator of the afterpieces.
The avont of the evening was th
appearance of Hartley and Sweeney
the late contestants in the orthodo :
ring near Kansas City last Octobei
that will be remembered was so un
timely interrupted , and caused sue !
unbounded comment among our crut
era sporting papers. Mr. Fletche
introduced them to the audience , am
as they put in their appearance th
patrons of the theater yelled themselves
solves hoarse. The gentlemen ar
perfect specimens of manhood am
presented their mode of attack anc
defence in a manner truly artistic
There is no doubt but what th (
"manly art" will be revived in ou
midst , as it certainly awakened an in
tercet among our best young men
last night equal to the small boy'i
craze over the horizontal bar aftei
the circus has gone. Mr. Sweeney it
the heavier of the two and the sym
patby is apt to bo with Hanley , bu
the latter'a superior qualities as t
boxer more than makes up for hi ;
slight difference in weight ; and whei
ho gets in a good one on Sweeney th <
cheers are deafening. Manager Nu
gent has now the best card of the sea
son. The same all the week.
Catarrh of the Bladder.
Stinging irritation , inflammation ,
all Kidney and Urinary complaints ,
urocured "Buohupaiba , " . $1.
3. Kullsb , the Star Tailor , Closes TJr.
Loss than a week ago the failure of
Ph. Gotthoimer was announced and
yesterday another house was added to
.ho . list , that of S. Kalis ! ) , the star
Mr. Kalish has been in Omaha for
ho past six years , has stood first rate
iruong our business men and was teAl
Al appearances doing a prosperous
msincss. Ho was punctual in the
taymont of his debts about town , was
i good workman and was supposed to bo
naking money right along. It sooma ,
lowever , that ho has been sinking
aonoy for some time past
, nd a grnat many of
tia customers tailed to pay up , and
10 finally determined to stop while ho
ras in fair shape , and save his crodi-
ors as far as posoiblo. He therefore
tiado an assignment yesterday to E ,
I. Allen , Esq. , the wholesale grocer
f this city , and will adjust his in-
ebtedness to the .best advantage for
hoao whom ho owes. His bills are all
uo to eastern parties , and ho docs not
wo a nickel in Omaha so far as can
The liabilities of the house are about
12,000 or $13,000 , and , while the as-
ats cannot bo valued until an in-
ontory is taken , they will probably
un as high us $11,000 , so that the
) GS to creditors will be light.
. "Duchupaiba. "
Quick , complete euro , all annoying
Sidney , Bladder , and Urinary Dis
uses. Druggists. $1 ,
HAS BEEN PROVED
Tht SUREST CURB for
Doe 11 lame back or a disordered urine u
Indlcato .hat you ore a victim ? THEN DO ffl
NOTUmTATEi use KIDNEY-WOBTat TJ
rOuceJdrusgUUrooommcndiOand JtvriU " "
I : ipccdily overcome Uio dUeato aad restore
j healthy action to all thocreaas.
n < l vreaYcneuot , KlDNEy.woUT is xuuur-
paued.ultwiU ot promptly and aafely.
Either Bex. Incontinence , rtUntion of
: dragging pains , all speedily yield to 1U our-
* tlvo power. ( ti )
8-ILDPVAU.CBUQGIBTS. Price tl
Tlie Illinois Central Stands Out ,
The Railways Differ , About
Pooling Arrangements ,
While Shippers Look
Joyfully for Out
Railway circles are again bolng pro
foundly agitated ever certain compli
cations that threaten an old time war
in ratoa on westbound business. In
fact , the chances for a vigorous on
slaught on rates Is decidedly good.
The trouble lies between the five roads
comprising the Iowa pool and the
Illinois Central road. The later does
not belong to the Iowa trunk line pool
and does not seem very desirous of
joining , though asked to do so by the.
potiling roads. The lines in the Iowa
pool , are the Burlington , Northwest
ern , Milwaukee & St. Paul , Rock
Island , and Wabash , and all pool on
business from and to Omaha and con
necting points. It is a pool virtually
on Iowa through business. Now the
Illinois Central road has , by a pro
rata compact with the Chicago , St ,
Paul , Minneapolis ' and Omaha road ,
an inlet to 'Omaha via the latter
line and Sioux City , and they
are cutting in heavily on through
traffic from Omaha to Chicago , They
catch business from the Union Pacific
that comes from the Pacific coast , and
it is charged by other lines that the
Illinois Central la cutting rates , which
occasions the diversion of train 3 to the
new lifle. Another cause given is that
the freight houses of the Central in
Chicago are located right among the
wholesale houses , and cartage on goods
is saved firms , thus creating a demand
for consignments of goods to ba ship
ped via the Illinois Central. The pool
association has been trying to take
some action in the matter , and , it is
understood , is very anxious to get the
Illinois Central Into the association.
A. meeting of the traffic managers of
the various roads , with Mr. Tucker ,
traffic manager of the Illinois Central ,
was hold in Chicago Friday , but no
terms were arrived at. Mr. Tucker has
said his road has gained an entrance
to Omaha , is working up a big traffic ,
and proposes to hold their present
position. They are to be backed by
kho Chicago , St. Paul , Minnovpolis &
Omaha road and will fight for their
t radio if necessary. Ha claims that
the Illinois Central was never anxious
to join the Iowa pool and that the
latter invited them to como in Ho
was not certain what action would bo
; akon but claimed that the Central
nusl receive a good percentage of the
100 ! before they would agree to join.
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