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TiTE OMAHA. DAILY 1JI313 : FHTDArT/f OCTOH13R 10 , 1800. 'J
COUNCIL BLUFFS DEPARTMENT
1'hoto supplies and cameras , CU B'dway. '
A cAin of membranous croup wai rrpo-icd
t 410 North Eighth street.
The women of Hie Second I'rcsbyttrlan
chiin-U tntertalne.1 n social at the church
last cvcnlni ; .
Mrs , P. M. Talcntl of Lo Angoie * Is a
Kticst of Mrs. C'rcnan of Avcnuo II and
The regular meeting of the Fidelity coun
cil No , IBS , Hoyal Arcanum , will mrct this
evening at 7:30 : o'clock.
Harmony chapter , No. 25 , Order of the
Kustc rn Star , will meet In ivgular * esMon
this evening at Masonic hall.
The cane against common carriers for
falling to display tht-lr license permits on
their vehicles will bo heard today.
1ho Infant child of William II. Huff , cor
ner of Ninth irtroet ami Twentlith avenue.
VSH reported sick with diphtheria ycstcrdaj.
The board of tuutccs of thn Ion a School
for the- Deaf yrstcrday roiuldrrrd bids for
furl nnd meat for the winter fnr the Institu
The Hoard of Ilrcctoi of the Y. M. 0. A.
In requeued to meet In the pjrlor this even
ing nt S o'clock. Henry Coker , General
Wonun'H Hollcf corps , No. ISO , will meet
In restular session nt Grand Army of the
llepuhllc hall , on I'earl street , I-'ililay , nt
2HO ; sharp.
( .longm-smaii Gcorgo 15. Perkins nt Sioux
City will speak before the MuKinley and
llobait rlub at republican hoidqu.irtcrg Sut
unlay nl ht ,
Mr and Mrs. Fallen of Ko. 110 North ave
nue , will colt-brato their seventh wedding
anniversary Mill evening , entertaining a
party of friends.
Mr. nnd Mni. Daw.inn of Tenth street and
Avenue C , last night entertained a party of
friends , the occasion bo'ng ' the observance
of tholr noodcn wedding annlvcisary.
Unity Guild will heM Its regular meeting
nt the home of Mrs. Hcnstead , No. T7C Mad
ison street , nt 2:30 : o'clock this afternoon.
Ladles are requested to lake their thimbles.
A tficgram from Ihc national popocratic
committee yesterday announced that Hryau
would certainly be In Council llluffs on Sat
urday , October 31 , nnd address a political
Full and complete descriptions were fur
nished the police department yesterday of
thu men who entered the home of n citizen
of Charter Oak , la. . Tuesday night and held
him up nnd robbed him.
Members of Union Veteran Legion , en
campment No. 8 , will meet In special ses-
Blon at republican headquarters this even-
* * r Ing for the purpose of considering the post-
) poncmcnt of their annual banquet.
The Dostcn Meal Uncle Tom company
embraces many first-class and promising
stars of the profession. II Is nn Immense
organization , nnd carrying the finest concert
band on the road. It will bo at Dohnny's
theater Monday , October 19.
N. W. Williams was awarded the coal con
tract by the county yesterday. He will fur
nish Crntcrvlllo coal at tlu < court house for
J2.78 n Ion. For the county poor he will
receive the following prices : For ton lots
$ : ! .15 ; for half tons , $1.70 , and quarter tons ,
* . The Council I ) I tiffs High school eleven
will line up against the team from the Wood-
Mno Normal school Saturday afternoon , at
the Field club park. This game was to have
been played last week , but was called off
because of threatening weather. The an
nouncement Is made that the game will
take place rnln or shine ,
Charles Iljcrs Is supported by his frends to
be somewhere In this vicinity III and In a
hospital. The chief of police of Columbus ,
O. , has wired the ufllcera hero for Informa
tion , stating that Dyers Is reported to be 111
in one of the Council lllnfla hospitals. A
erarch of the curative Institutions of the
city did not revcal _ the presence of the young
Hill Mason , a teamster , made a new record
for very drunk men last night. Two of hit
friends endeavoring to get him home aban
doned him on the street , and It required
three olTlccrs the remaining distance jnt a
block and a half to the station. His tongue
was the only mrmlicr that retained Its
ability to discharge Its functions , and It
colmul only foul abuse.
Deputy Sheriff J. I * . Swlnncy of Ham
burg notified the police department last
ovcnlng that a gang of movers were en
camped near that village , and that the -fact
that they had In their possession a large
number of new revolvers , two new slioi-
ir-ina and a lot of new hardware had excited -
cited the suspicion In his mind that tin-
plunder was the product of a burglary of
some hardware store.
Troubles between Henry Ilalley and C. M.
King , growing out of a horse trade , will have
nil airing In Justice Vlen's court this morn
Ing. It Is claimed that Ualley sold King i
liorsc with n gltnranty that the animal wa ?
Bound. When It came Into King's posses
rlon It Is alleged that there was not a disease
known to horsctlesU' that the horse was not
* ufferlng from. When King completed the
Inventory of the horse's ailments he pro
cured a warrant for Ilallcy's arrest upon the
charge at cheating by falsa pretenses.
Wednesday afternoon there was n pretty
wedding nt the residence of .Mr. and Mrs.
Joshua Gregg , xcvcn miles northeast of
Council llluffs. The contracting parties wcro
John M. IJycrs , Jr. , son of the well known
railroad engineer , and Miss Alice Gregg ,
daughter of the host and hostess of the oc
casion. Hev. O. W. Snydcr , pastor of the
Lutheran church of this city , ofllclatcd. There
wcrn many friends present to witness the
marrlago nuptials. The bride and groom
wont on a few weeks' trip to Montana ,
Justice Cook , assisted by several lawyers ,
has spent two da > s endeavoring to ascertain
if II. A. Green and Charles Parker , two
young negroes , stole a-couple of pairs of pan
taloons from John Ilcno & Co. The articles
of clothing were found In the possession of
the- darkles , one pair on the legs of one of
them , and the property was identified by
John Ilcno and hU clerks. Under the cir
cumstances the hot fight made by the thlovci
to escape punishment will likely prove una
vailing. The justice will render his decision
There Is one candidate In this vicinity who
Is not worrying himself about the uncer
tainties of votes and voters , and he. Is
"Undo" Peter Hclf , of Manawa. Ho Is a
etrong populist , and when the democrats
were looking around far a safe candidate for
justice of the peace , they selected him.
JIo was subsequently endorsed by the repub
lican township convention , and he Is confi
dent that If the national democrats and free
enver ropuuucans concjuuo to nominate
tickets nt the last moment , both parties will
indorse him. Unless an Independent candi
date conies up , there will bo absolu'ely no
opposition to him , end , as ho Is a man who
has the happy faculty of making friends
and not enemies , no Independent candidate
Is likely to be found who would bo willing
to enter the field against him.
N. Y. Plumbing company. Tel. 250.
C. B. Vlavl Co. , female remedy. Medical
consultation free Wednesdays. Health book
furnished. 309 Merrlam block.
lliiNlui-NH I'll 11 n ru nt lint-Inn.
A telegram from Harlan yesterday after
noon announced thu failure of C , T. Me-
Clure , who conducted a general etoro there.
A chattel mortgage for $2,300 was given to
the American Hand Sewed Shoe company ol
Omaha and two other mortgages aggregating
$1,000 wcro given to other creditors. Mr.
McClure has been In business In Harlan
about six months. Prior to that ho was in
business at Junlata , Neb. , and several years
ago was connected with the American Ham
Sewed Shoo company In Omaha ,
Mrs. I ) . W. Otis , atnlstcd by the Young
Ladles' club of the Congregational church
will glvo an autumn social In the parlors of
tie churr.h this cvcnlni ; . : : > erybody Invited.
1C ecu la.
H takes half a tan of starch per month
to stiffen the shirts , collars and cuffs of the
Haglo Laundry's patrons. Have you tried
them ? 724 Droadway. Telephone 157.
In the contest for the table cover , Mlsa
Mamie Oliver was the winner.
The opening oftho Purity Candy Kitchen ,
jyjilch was poHtponod for a week , will be
held Saturday. Catidy at half price. Choc-
oltto creauw.at 20 couU , per pound.
CONDITION OF THE SCHOOLS
Superintendent Paulson's Annual Hoport a
Very Flattering Showing ,
POTTAWATTAMIE LEADS THE STATE
I'lrxt of tin. Mnp-Mi > r Coun-
( | < -H In .NuinliiT or HeluiolH mill
TcuclK-r * l > iiiilii | ) cil
Superintendent Paulson has just completed
his annual report of the work done by the
public schools of the county during the
past year. The report shows that Potta-
wattamlu county stands first among the
ninety-nine counties of Iowa In the mini-
her of schools and t'.io teachers employed.
In the county there are 211 sub-dtstrlccs ,
which have 233 ungraded schools. The
graded schools and rooms , Including Conn-
oil HlufTs nnd several towns , figure up 143 ,
making a total number of schools throughout
the county of 37G , each room being counted
ns n. school. During the year 110 men
teachers and 478 women teachers were em
ployed. Thla Increase over the actual num-
bor of rooms Is due to the fact that differ
ent teachers were employed for the various
terms at n number of the schools.
During the year thu children of school
ago between G and 20 years were counted
at 17,111. Of thc c 8t , > 50 wcro boys and
8,464 were girls. The actual enrollment durIng -
Ing the year was 12,113. There ore at pres
ent 2flJ school houses In the county , valued
at ? o'JC,170. ' Thcso contain apparatus and
school materials valued at $40,162. The li
braries of the country schools are valued
at $1,911. In order to encourage the plantIng -
Ing of trees n record of the work done in
this line Is kept. There are nt present 4,103
trees growing about the school houses.
It has cost not a little to maintain these
Hchools , as can be seen from the following
amounts expended In the various school
funds : Total expenditure from teachers'
fund , $111,423.26 ; from school house fund ,
$23,094.47 ; from contingent fund , $41,835.96.
The reports which Superintendent Paulson
Is completing ore Intricate documents , the
standing of each school In the county being
given , and also the amount of money raised
and expended for Its maintenance during tl-c
past year. State Superintendent Sabln ,
when ho sent the blank forms for the re
port , expressed a hope that Pottawattnmle
county would get a better drawn up record
of Its work than last year. Mr. fabln also
Informed Mr. Paulson that out of the ninety-
nine counties In the state only twelve coun
ties submitted errorless reports.
STIlllM'KIl OF TI1K1U IM.rMACiH.
IlutN of Kfiiuili' MiiccnlierN the Object
of 1'lilfVfN * Attention.
It was discovered at an early hour yes
terday morr.lnK. when the entertainment
given by the Ladles of the Maccabees , at
Hcno'fi hall , was over , that some ono had
stolen many of the valuable plumes from
the women's hats. The thieves had gotten
Into the cloak room and carefully removed
all the choice ostrich feathers and other
millinery decorations In sight. During thn
evening the place was Jammed with hata
and cloaks , and the theft was not discovered
until the women began to get ready to go
Mrs. 1C. D. Norton of Clinton , Minn. , the
president of the society In that state , had
her hat completely depleted of all the
feathers on It. Mrs. J. F. Dledcrich wan
another sufferer. Many more lost their
plumage and for a tlmo there was much
The thieves left no trace behind them.
Thu matter has been kept quiet and the
police claim they have not been Informed
of the theft.
Get your winter supply of coal now before
thn rush and rise In prices. L. M. Shubcrt
will fill your orders promptly and his prices
are the lowest. Telephone No. 70 , 628 West
Wanted , dressmaker and sewing girl , 225
DlHlrlol Court .Yotcx.
Lena Dyhr has sued Peter Dyhr for a di
vorce on the grounds of habitual drunken
ness and cruel and Inhuman treatment. They
were married In this city September 11 ,
1SUI. One child was born to them and she
asks that she be given the custody of It.
The Jury In the case of Gustavo Wojar
against Peter Peterson , Involving n claim
for damages for cutting down some plum
trees , brought In a verdict for the defendant
last night at S o'clock. The suit Involved
n trifling matter , but n great amount of feelIng -
Ing had been worked up over It. More lit
igation over the boundary line between the
farms of the two parties Is threatened.
Andy Helen was fined $50 and costs yes
terday by Judge Macy for violating the. city
ordinance governing the closing of saloons
at a certain hour at night. The case had
been brought to the district court on an ap
peal from police court.
A default was entered by the plaintiff In
the case of B. J. Felkcr against W C. Mont
In the case of Martin Goodell agalnat A.
H. Malr a motion to strike part of the de
fendant's answer was sustained.
The motion of the defendant for more
specific statement was sustained In the case
of Fred K roh n against S. Schwenk.
A foreclosure suit was filed by Klmball
Ilros. agalnat Jennie B. Strombcrg for a
The court record will be read this morning ,
after which adjournment will bo taken until
ir to He Colil.
It looks now as if we wern going to have
an early winter and the cli.iiKii nro tint It
will bo quite severe. The weather man IE
already polishing his cold weather Instru
ments and wo are liable to be confronted
with a bllzzaid at any time. Wouldn't It be
well to call around at Hughes' , 415 Broad
way , and look over the elegant line of under
wear he Is showing ? Ho has undoubtedly
the finest line In the city and Is making
prices that will astonish you. You can't af
ford taking the chances of being surprised
by the cold wave when Hushes can sell you
good worm underwear from 75c a suit up.
I.nril ntrinriililot nt Home.
Mr. Edward Fitzgerald , who came Into
prominence yesterday because of the dis
closure of his good luck In falling bolr tea
a large estate in County WIcklow , Ireland ,
has as yet not arrived homo to take hla bride
nwny with him. Mrs. Fitzgerald received
a letter from him yesterday morning hy
the first mall. It
was dated Omaha and was
written In great haste. Mr. Fitzgerald had
Just como In from a trip to Lincoln , and
there found a telegram from his paper ask
ing him to proceed without delay to St ,
Joseph , Mo. The letter was addressed to
Mrs. M. M. Sackett , She explained that
her husband addressed her In this way because -
cause lie die1 not know that the fact of their
marrlago had been made public. Mrs. Fitz
gerald aUo had a telegram from her hus
band announcliiK that h would bo In Coun
cil Hluffs early next week.
Tomorrow will bo the last day of the
beautiful art needlework display of Mtsser
Clark & Wctzel. Today and tomorrow then
will bo a special sale of stamped linens.
Choice chocolate creams at Purity Caud' .
Kitchen at 20 cents per pound , Saturday.
I'rlvnto Hi-mini WIIH In Cnnip.
Sheriff Morgan received word from Fort
Koogli , Mont , , yesterday concerning the
whereabouts of Private Charles Henard at
the tlmo of the murder of Mrs. Axe. Ho
had at one tlmo been a lover of the woman
and the police thought ho might In some
imvo been connected with the tragedy. Cap
tain C , W. Howcll of company A writes
that Henard was In camp with his company
October 5 , about eleven tnllt-a from the sta
tion where the regiment Is quartered. Ho
loft Omaha Juno 29 with his company , and
has been with It ever sluce.
Lundgard , the , Tailor , 130 S. Main Btreet.
llf.SIMISS .MT.VH ASSOOi.VTION.
kllcnilnl Mcrlluir IllniMiNNCN Ht'V
i-nil Itiiportiitil I'roiMixKlonx ,
The first meeting of the Council Bluffs
Business Men's association since July was
laid In the council chamber of the city
building last evening. The change of the
constitution reducing the number constitut
ing a quorum from fifteen to ten , permitted
President Bell to call the members to order
half an hour earlier than usual. During the
latter part of the evening n number of busi
ness men dropped In and the attendance
reached n figure that was encouraging to the
members who have sought to keep alive the
Interest and tlio association.
The secretary reported a communication
from the Merchants' nnd Manufacturers' as
sociation announcing thnt nn Omaha innnu-
I facturlng company had expressed a dcslro
i to remove Its plant to this side of the river
! for the reason that more than one-half of Us
| > product was sold In Council Bluffs , The
, Business Men's association was asked to as-
j slst In finding a suitable location for the
I now plant. A committee of three was ap
pointed to act In conjunction to a similar
committee from the other association. They
I . were Oscar Younkcrman , J. K. Hollcnbcck
; nnd M. Bourlclus. The plant gives employ
ment to about forty men during the busy
I The secretary reports the total member
ship of the association to be sixty-eight In
I The secretary brought up the question of
j | establishing a system of rating for retail
, merchants that would enable each member
j I to ascertain at a glance the llnanclal re
sponsibility of every customer who mlqlit
' apply for credit. The matter had been re
ferred to the executive committee for consideration
< sideration nnd that committee held a spe-
clat meeting on the previous evening and
1 had Investigated the system proposed by the
secretary. Mr. Wollman from the commlt-
' too reported that thu plan had received the
committee's approval. Secretary Jttdson lias
been Interested for Eomc tlmo In en Omaha
association of the character described and
stated by combining with the Omaha or
ganization a much more clllclent and less
expensive system could bo secured than by
any other means. The mutter was discussed
for about nn hour nnd n half , during which
It was discovered that ( hero were 216 retail
dealers , Including doctors , In the city who
frit they needed tlio protection Htich an as
sociation affoidcd , and that thirty of them
\\CTO nlicady members of the Omaha asso
ciation. The proposition Is to make com
bination lists containing thu name of every
purchaser In the city nnd county , with a
statement of his financial ability and bis
moral disposition to pay his debts.
The secretary was Instructed to canvass
the business men and ascertain the number
willing to enter such a protective scheme
and report nt the next mtetlng. The asso
ciation then adjourned to meet again at the
call of the president.
Scivcr I'IH- | , I'lriItrlilc. . -llliu- - .
Wholesale and relnll. J. C. Illxb.v , 202
The registration booths have been selected
for the city precincts as follows :
First Wnrd Flrnt prcelnct. Wheeler &
Hcreld's olllre ! Second precinct , II. T.
Hrynnt'B renldcnce , corner Btiitsmnn nnd
Plerci ! strnots.
Second Ward First precinct , Utcrbnck's
li.irn. Ilryant street , opposite city hall ;
Second precinct. 700 West Ilrnadwny.
Third Ward Firm precinct , K. C. Hrown'n
drugstore. . 101 South Main street ; Second
prcelnct , Atlantic bouse , 001 South Main
Fourth Wnrd First precinct , Grand
llvfiy barn. 221 South Main street ; Second
precinct , Lewlu Hotcliklhs1 residence , CJ9
Fifth Ward-First precinct. Smlth'H
bakery , 1102 Fifth avenue ; Second precinct ,
1M1 South Thirteenth Htreut.
Sixth Word-First precinct. Dtand Hlsh-
ton'B store. 21M Went Ilroadwny ; fTo'eond
precinct , Danrr's luilldln , corner of Ninth
street and Hallronil avenue.
The booths will bo open October 22 , 23 , 24
nnd 31 , from S n. m. to 9 p. > n.
Sideboards , the fliu t , town , nnd of
course at the Durtj , . . urnlturc company's.
Hsffmayr'c fancy patent flour maker. tU r
lost icd most bread. Ask "our grocer for It.
Kenl lxtiit ! < > Trii
The following transfers of real estate nre
reported by J. W. Squire & Co. , as having
been filed October K. IM ) . * :
Kllen M. Slcdentopf to Christian
Rtraul ) , undiv V4 ne',4 20-74-13 , w d..J2COO
Mary A. fThoemakcr nnd husband to
Henry Itlshton , lot : i. Hub of lot 20 ,
and part lot 3 , pub of lot .I/ ! . , original
plat , w d 900
Sheriff to George P. Wright , w'.s nwll
29-74-B. s il . . . . . . . . . : . . . . . .1 1,325
Adieu W. cnenily ard litt > tlmnd lo
nunlce SI. Cas.idy , lota 1 and 2. block
r > . livcrctt'H add , and nnillv 11 lot 1 ,
block 4 , Central milidlv , w d 14.1
Sirah : M. Illff lo ClmrlcH W. Claik ,
1 acre In nc\'t mv'.i 12-7S-40 , w d 1,00) )
Henry K. Henderson and wife to Peter
SI. Anderson , lot S , block L'9 , Howard
add , w d v )
Six transfers , amounting to fC.SIS
TiMI l3IIAM.'K WtmiCHIl.S' CU.VX'HXK.
Stiilo W. C. T. V , .tU-iiiIirrN Klei't Tlielr
HOONE , In. . Oct. 15. ( Special Telegram. )
The Woman's ChrUttan Temperance. Union
state convention today elected the following
officers : President. Mrs. Marlon H. Dun
ham , Hurllngton ; vice president. Sirs. J. I ) .
Shcsler , Spencer ; corresponding secretary ,
Miss Hello Mix , Danville ; recording pecro-
tary , Mrs. L. D. Carhart , Marion ; treas
urer. Miss Eatcy , Des Molnes. Mrs. Dun
ham has been president for years , and her
re-election wcs unanimous.
MIw Amy Halllday , the state chorister ,
sang to the tune of Ilabln Adalr a song
written by Mrs. Ada Wallace Unruli and
dedicated to Mrs. Dunham. Mrs. Dunham
was greatly moved and responded with
The other officers are also present In
cumbent * . The memorial exercises took
right of way at 11:30 : o'clock and the
women paid tribute to the memory of their
number who have died during the year.
Notable among the Incidents of the mornIng -
Ing was the arrival of Mother Benedict , a
very cccd and frail little Quaker woman
who has long been known over lown In
connection with her rescue work for glrti.
She was given an ovation by the conven
tion this morning. The state "Y" banner
to the "Y" paying the largest auxllllary
dues was awarded to Klngsloy , la. , and the
HIUIO i. , , i. LI. uanner to tne I > oyal Tem
perance legion having the largest number
of L. T. L. graduates to Stanley , la.
YOtJXtJ FA KM UK COMMITS SOICIIHO.
llllMVH IllH II Till UN Otlt A\lll ( n I,0llll
WDHSTER CITY , la. . Oct. 15. ( Special
Telegram. ) Abe Hooker , a young man , liv
ing five miles south of this city , committed
suicide today with a shotgun. His parents
had noticed nothing wrong with him. Ho
went Into the house , and , taking the shot
gun down , started for the door. His father
asked him where he wna going , ho replied
that he was going to shoot something , and
went out laughing. Ho had not been gone
lonn when the report of the gun waa heard.
and the father went to the barn and found
the body of his son lying on the ground with
his head blown to pieces. Life was extinct.
No cause Is assigned ,
I'oUiiuiiltiiiuli- County Alliance.
CHESCnNT , CITY , la. . Oct. 16.-Speclal. ( )
The Pottawattainle county alliance mot
with the Crescent City suballlance yester
day. There were about fifty present. The
meeting was made very Interesting In the
way of co-operative work that being the
chief subject of discussion , The president ,
D. P. Dodrlll , being absent , his wlfo pre
sided. The members held a basket dinner
at the hall.
CiuiKliI III ( InIlcll of nn
HOCK HAPIDS , la. , Oct. 15. ( Special Tele
gram. ) John Klllnu of Cedar Falls , la , ,
working with William Krcg'g threshing ma
chine outfit , was caught by a belt and had
his right arm nearly torn from hli body this
afternoon while threshing on the Hamilton
farm , five miles southeast of town. The
Injury will probably prove fatal ,
TRACED UP THE SIIIWIENTS
Weighing Association Grow nipicions ° f
a Kansas City lirm's Methods ,
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INVESTIGATION ENDS IN IfJDidlMENTS
Truck * Covrri'il I'p for n Tliiii * , II It
l-Kcd , liy flu * KcPplllK f H
DouliliHi't of HoikVek -
It l'u > < J
Inillctmcnts have been found against Wil
liam ItcUl , Robert Held anil Samuel He def
of the firm of Held Hrotlicro 1'ncklng com
pany , limited , of Kansas City ; II , S. Sin
clair , manager of the above firm , and
Thomas Spcncc , confidential clerk. Tills
complaint was filed with the Interstate Com
merce commission on or about September
7 , and was referred to the United States
district attorney for prosecution In the
eastern district of Kansas by the Depart
ment of Justice , and the case was brought j
before the grand Jury at the term of the ,
United Statco federal court , sitting at I
Wichita , September 22. The Indictments
were based upon alleged Illegal undcrbllllng j I i
of freight practiced by the above mentioned
flrm. From Information that has been ob- | I I
tallied through authoritative sources , It Is i
found that the Held Druthers 1'acklng com
pany , limited , entered Into an agreement
with George L , . Carman , superintendent of
the Western Hallway Weighing Association
and Inspection bureau , whoso headquarters
arc In Chicago , on or about July 1 , 1893 , ,
and Is the same- character of an agreement
as that In effect with a largo number of
packing house Inlustrles throughout the
territory In which the Western Hallway | '
Weighing Association and Inspection burjnu '
operatcn. By the terms of tills agreement | I
the railroads , through the machinery of the I
weighing association , would * accept from
the shippers the weights and claaslClc.itlon
of the articles as Hpcclflcd on their bills of
lading or shipping tickets and would bill
out this property and carry It to the end
of the lines of said association without j |
weighing the property or opening the cars j
for Inspection , and In return for this serv
ice , which was Inaugurated to prevent de
lay to the ears and perhaps claims by rea
son of Incorrect weighing which occurs at i I
tlnus , the packing houco linns nnd other
Industrie * pci'.nlttcd the Inspection of their
Invoice books by representatives of the. said .
weighing association. It seems that the j i
weighing association has & large number j
of traveling auditors who arc especially
assigned to the checking of the records of
the different Industries which are In tho.
agreement , which checking Is done to see '
If the weights and classification specified
on the bills of lading are correct In every
MADE A 1110 DII'VERENCE.
it woum appear tnal tno Kern Brothers
Packing company , limited , has been ship
ping a large amount of dressed poultry , pork
loins , antelope and game , which * It Is al
leged , It specified on Its bills of lading
In a large number of Instances as "salt
meats , " wheir It is remembered that
salt meats take a rate of from 40 cents to
50 cents per hundred pound's from Kansas
City to Now York and poultry takes a rate
of from Jl.20 to $1.40 per hundred pounds ,
the large discrepancy Is made apparent and
.It Is aiucrtcil Hint In a grcatAnany Instances
there were from 10,000 to 12,000 pounds of
poultry billed cs "salt meat's" ori the bails
of the CO-cent rate froai Kan-iis City to
New York when the rating should have been
upon an average of about M.-23 per hundred
pounds , causing a net lost to the railroads
of from . * 50 to $90 per tah In order to
deceive the transportation companies , as
well as the agents of the Western Hallway
Weighing Association and Inspection bureau ,
the complainants allege fictitious records
were kept by the shippers wherein they
would upeclfy a shipment df drefescd poul
try as "dried chucks. " As chuck meat Is
very largely shipped by the-pacVrra , It wan
taken for granted by the traveling audltoru
that this meant "dried chuck meat , " while ,
In fact , another Invoice was made and kept
In another book which gave a clear descrip
tion of the property as "dressed chickens ,
turkey , frogs' legs , antelope , " etc. ,
Supctlntcndcnt Carman has beyn making j
an Investigation In regard to these ship
ments covering a period of about two years ,
In order to locate thcso Irregularities In
billing , which he and his representatives
felt satisfied were being practiced. The
feet that a lar.io amount of poultry was
balnn slaughtered and dressed , while but
a small amount was belli ; : shown on the
shipping bills as poultry , led to the convic
tion that all was not right. The machinery
of ( he association has been In active oper
ation In looking up and ferreting out this
Illegal practice and by reason of Investiga
tions that have been made by the velshlng i
-Esoclatlon It ha 3 obtained anil has In Its I
possession a large number of Invoices ni'd j ;
other data , showing that the poultry was I j
leaded In the cars , whl e It-was specified en j
their shipping tickets and on their books i
as "meat , " which practice Is loatr.try to
the spirit and Intent of section 10 of Mio
Interstate commerce law , which piovldcs
for the punishment of a fine and Imprison
ment for each case of underblllln mil
iimlcrcloGslflcntlcm of property.
The complaint was filed by the Western
Hallway Welching Association and Inspec
tion bureau and Superintendent Carman
says that he will not be found wanting In
furnlshlng-tho proper evidence at the time
of trial , which ho hopes will bo so conclu
sive In Its showing that It will not fall to
convict the accused.
The poultry and came were In nearly
every case marked and Invoiced direct' to
the different commission men In Washington
street. New York , but the car would bo
billed direct with ell Its contents to one
party at No. 1 Broadway street. New Yoik.
and the freight would bo cither prepaid nt
point of shipment by the packing company
or at destination by the consignee ; he. being
fully advised as to the contents of the car ,
would deliver the same to the parties to
whom ho had been advised the articles
should bo delivered.
il ( lit * CaiiNtnlilr iv I Ui n Ilrotiin.
Constable Theodore F. Lynn called nt the
police Htatlon late lust evening and i.c-
iiui'su'il thnt n warrnnt nc nworn out for
thn nrrt-.it of .Mnry O'Connor , nil.IK Mnry
CVIhillcy. on n clmrpe of.-rnntiU nnd Iwt-
trry. I .yon nllegen ttmt h win pcrvins n
writ of fijccttiiMii upon Mrs Dnllcy von-
Iprduy nnd time ' .he not only kept him
from performing his duly , but ntuntiltcd
him with n broom nnd also with her llntx.
The police Informed him thnt It wn too
Into to serve n warrant upon Mrs. Dnllry
thnt ovi'tiliiK. its fihe liven In Orohnrd Hill
but thnt she would bo arrested this morn-
Tetter , eczema and all similar ikln
troubles arc cured by the use of DfWltt's
Witch Hazel Salve. It soothe * at once , and
restores the 11 willed to tticlr natural con-
Ji.lon , and never falls to euro piles.
- , AMUSEMENTS.
The engagement of Otis Skinner opened
last night at the Crclghton with a perform
ance of "Hamlet. "
Thorn have been many Hamlets In the
past In Omaha , ranging from high to low
In merit , who have put an antic disposition
on and wrought out their woeful destiny
lioforo varied audiences. H Is too much
to say thnt Mr. Skinner gives us the best
of these , for some of them have been very
good Indeed ; but doubtless this latest
Hamlet Is the most generally satisfactory
which has been presented for a long time.
Mr , Skinner looks like Hamlet , as nn
auspicious beginning. Some others who
have essayed the role have looked
llko anjthlng else. He has a
volco of fair range and excellent quality ,
\\hlch he uses with good discrimination , seas
as to get the most possible out of It. He
has Intelligence in a marked degree. , a cul
tivated tasle , and n poetic temperament.
With such an equipment It Is no wonder
that he makes his Hamlet ncceptnblc to
all classes of auditors. The cluractcrlza-
tlon In certain phases brings up memories
of the Salvlnls , father nnd son. whose south
ern blood circulated too freely to lit them
to play the 1'rlnce of Denmark with con-
sptcuoua success. Mr. Skinner's Hamlet
hai some of the faults which these great
Italian players showed. In the first net ,
In the bus ness with the ghost , and In many
of the emotional passages afterward , there
Is on Intolerable deal of gasping and whimpering -
poring and hard breathing , which docs not
Bccm to belong to Hamlet. Hut In many
other places and ways the performance Is
truly admirable. The soliloquy was read
with fine cmphnsls and unusual breadth of
feeling , and the dlfllcult scene In the queen's
chamber was thoroughly well managed.
The Impassioned line. "Nay , 1 know not ; Is
It Iho king ? " was delivered most effectively
cud with a superb gesture of fearful Joy
and exultation. This is only one of the
many beauties with which the performance
was strewn , and for the enumeration of
which neither space nor time arc at hand.
It Is to be regretted that another oppor
tunity Is not afforded to observe this most
comprehensible of all the recent Hamlets.
Mr. Skinner's support cannot bo said to
hrt ntrmii * but It In not so Inadcnuatu as to
detract seriously from the general excellence
of the production. Miss Durbln , who Is
MTU. Skinner off the stage , Is n sweet and
pithetlc Ophelia , Mr. Moslcy an actor of
long experience nnd great ability , a digni
fied ghost , Mr. Sjlvcster a manly Laertes ,
and Mr. Post , albeit n little shaky In his
lines , n stately king. Miss Tiunx played
the queen with rare power , and John Weeks
was decidedly clever ns the first grave-
Tonight a fine performance of "Homco
and. Juliet" Is promised. Mr. Skinner Is
known to excel In romantic roles , nnd lili
Itor.ieo has been seen and admired In
The much discussed coming of "Darkest
Ilussld" still continues to be an absorbing
topic with local amusement lovers , and
\\hllo there Is still a degree of uncertainty
as to which place of amusement will be
favored with Its appearance. It Is assured
that the production will be seen In this city
on the dates mentioned , four nights , com
mencing with n matinee Sunday , October
IS. This company , which has met with a
reception uniformly cordial In the vnrlous
casUcrn cities , Is promised to Interpret In nn
able manner this , the most prominent of
H. Grattan Donnelly's emanations , and In
conjunction with claboiatc scenic effects
and sta o settings , should succeed In pleas-
[ I\K \ amusement seekers during "Darkest
Hussla's" etay In this city. Any mention
nt either theater cf the possibility of this
attraction's appearance at the rival place of
amusement Is Immediately'productive of a
frigidity only to be excelled In iho most
northern limit of that land of which this
play Is descriptive.
"Tho Iady of Lyons" Is announced as the
bill for the bargain matinee at the Crclgh
ton tomorrow , when Oils Skinner will ap
pear as Claude 'Meluotte , a role which It
considered by many to be among the best
culled to this placer's power. Strict ! ; ,
popular prices will to In force at this pcr-
formancc. The engagement will close with
an elaborate production of "A Soldier of
The attraction at the Crelghton for threi
nights , commencing Thursday , October 22
will bo "Tho Gny Parisians , " which proved
the comedy success of last season In N'eu
York. For 200 nights It crowded Hoyt's
tl-e-itcr to the doors. Manager Charles
Frohman will bring here the entire original
compan ) , headed by W. J. Ferguson , OIK
of the best character actors In America
The comedy Is an adaptation of the FrcncL
farce , "l.'Hotel du Libre Hxchange. " In
Its original form , the comedy Is now on
Its second season in Perls. Those who have
witnessed both productions declare that In
the adaptation all that U risky has been
eliminated , hut that the farce litelf Is
nevertheless the more amusing In Its Ameri
can dress. 'Iho story Is of an elderly mar-
ilcd man , who seeks an Intrigue with his
friend's wife and Involves himself and
many Innocent persons In the most amusing
complications. Known as "A Night Out , "
this comedy Is running with phenomenal
success In London under Charles Froh-
innn's management ,
L. M. Crawford , manager of Hoyd's
theater , arrived In town jcstcrday from Topeka -
peka and St. Joseph. Mr. Crawford will
leave for Chicago on Sunday to secure come
of the best standard attractions In the cast
tor the local house.
with n big n. BlackweU'u Genuine
BERT la Inucliiss by lUclf. Yon < vlll find ono
coupon Insldo men two ounce bag , uuu two cou
perns lusldu cudi four ounce but ; of
Buy n bnu of this celebrated tni tnd read thu coupon
which civ uullstofvuluaulopruBciitauud how togct them.
BEAR IN MIND THAT "THE GODS HELP
THOSE WHO HELP THEMSELVES. " SELF
HELP SHOULD TEACH YOU TO USE
PROFITS OF CATTLE RAISING
Enormous Shipments of South Dakota Live
Stosk the Pnst Week ,
HOW THE BUSINESS HAS IMPROVED
Oirnrm of Sntnll llcriln , IIH \\cll IIH thr
1,111-Hf Hum-Ilium , Double Their
S. I ) . , Oct. 15. ( Special. ) The
cnttlo shipments from this place the pant
four days will bring the shippers about
$150,000 , and the total shipments of the year
from this point will bring Into this section
over $500.000. This Is less than the average
amount xvhlch comes to this portion of the
state yearly from the cattle sent out , and It
Is an Income which Is not In any way affected
by drouth or hot winds. The cattlemen who
hold the largo herds on the great range
country arc securing Incomes which run up
Into the thousands , while there are hundreds
who ship but small bunches , of from one to
three carloads , but these bring them good
pay for their season's labor , with the added
satisfaction that the natural Increase of their
herds gives them an Increasing Income each
jcar. While the country to the west of the
river Is given over almost , If not exclusively ,
to cattle raising , the farmers on this side
of the river have not neglected cattle , ami
some of them are making farming but a side
Issue and the handling of cattle their mala
A few days ago a young farmer of Sully
county , who a few years ago put In cattle
as a "slJo line , " brought to this city and
sold $1,000 worth of cattle , which he had
accumulated In a few years without In any
way Interfering with hjs regular farming
operations , and besides the bunch he sold
he yet retains enough cattle to continue In
the business. Another man In the same
county one year ago purchased 100 yearling
steers at $18 per head. Thcso he held n year
and sold them nt an advance of $10 per head.
Dozens of cases like the above could be cited ,
and 11 has been abundantly proven that there
la no better Investment for the man who will
give them the proper care and attention
than Is to be found In n bunch of catlle
hero In the Missouri valley. This Is true
either In the case of the heavy Investor , who
can hire the right kind of care without de
voting his personal attention to the cattle ,
or with the man who has but a few hundreds
to Invest and who la willing to devote his
own time to his rattle. The returns are
certain and the profits large.
IllllicliiiM-il Tliriiiiril ( Mi Urn III.
LAHA.Min , Wyo. , Oct. 15. ( Speclal.- )
Arthur and Kordney Smith , two young men
living with their mother on a Horse Creek
ranch , have been driven from their home
through fears of assassination. Saturda >
they found a notice posted on the premlser
notifying them that unless they left the vl
clnlty at once they would meet the fate o'
I'ontll and Lewis , who were killed by un
known assassins last winter. Iloth mer
came In at once and turned over the notice
to Sheriff Grant , who Is making an Invent )
gallon of the matter. The young men nr
greatly alarmed over the threat. They hav.
a line ranch with about 1T.O head of cattle
and have lately spent considerable upon Im
provcments. They have committed no nc
which would call for a demand that they
should leave and arc In the dark as to why
they should be threatened.
Covrrnor Itcnlorcn Clill
PlBIUli : , S. I ) . , Oct. 15. ( Special. ) Gov
ernor Sheldon Wednesday granted citizen
ship to Charles Itocthlcr of Lyman county
Itocthlcr was sentenced to the pcnltcntlar >
in 1SE5 on n charge of grand larceny , and
completed his sentence In 1SS7 , but as there
was no statute at that tlmo restoring citizen
ship to good tlmo prisoners , he has been de
prived of that right up to this time , and the
action of the governor restores the right tc
form Ilnnltvr ConiiultHSiiliItlo. .
DUBUQUB , Oct. 15. J. D. Kennedy , a
banker and prominent citizen of Manches
tcr , hung himself last night. Losses BUS
talncd In World's fair Investments at Chicago
cage aru said to be the cause of his milcldc.
Ho was ono of the early settlers of the
northwest and a prominent Mason and held
a number of public otllccs.
Io\\ll 'rint'Iiern'NHnclllUuii. .
DUnUQUE. Oct. 15. The Northwestern
Teachers' association convened th'v
afternoon for n three days' ( session. Amo-.if ;
the speakers today was the state
superintendent of public Instruction , Henry
nbln. Might hundred delegates ire In ut-
JJVVKUY humor , whether Itching , burning ,
J j tili-i-dltiK , Bcaly , criii > t"'d , pimply , or Lloteliy ,
uliollicr elinpU- , scrofulous or lu-riHlllnry , frum
Infancy to agv , nro now tjiccdlly iur.-d by
ABKIJi nnd Hood purifier of Incomparable
purity ccj curutlvopoHcr. Purely vcgcta.
lilc , iat , Innocent , an 1 palatable. It nppc-ali terM
rM , ncJcsj > ocl.illyinotbcr , nunu > , and children.
Fn'u Ihrourhout the mli. Price. Cl'TICI-RA. * 'c.l
FKA ' , iV.l llrtoLTi-iT. K ! . mil II. runt * llsua
. < ( ir M Com- . * " " l'r..jt . Ilo.lon.
W'-lluw to Cure ll.ooaoua bklu luraor , "lree. .
ST , BERNARD'S ' HOSPITAL
AND RETREAT FOR
THE INSANE ,
In charge of tht
Tbls widely known Institution hai been
doubled In size during Iho past summer and
made one of the mos. | ntlern and model
Institutions of Its character In the west.
The new additions will be read/ for occu
pancy by tbo first of tlio year. When fully
completed , accommodations will bo afforded
for 300 patients. It Is beautifully situated ,
overlooking the city of Council Bluffs , A
full stuff of eminent physicians and trained
nurses minister to the comfort of the pa
spEri : CASE is era
"lOUDY ( ATIEMTS.
For fuller particular ! , apply to
SISTER SUPERIOR ,
Council I ) luff a , la.
I Hi !
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
CAPITAL , . . . 100,000
U'U SOLICIT YOUU IIUSJMJHH.
WI2 UKNIIIU YUUIl COLLKUT1ONM.
OM OPTIIIJ OI.UI2ST IIANICS IN IOWA.
D I'Kll CKNT I' All ) ON TIJIK DBl'
OAltVAXD BUK V3 OH WtUTK.
A PECULIAR REMEDY ,
Aliinil lir IXrrv Illiciivrrr
for ( "urliiK l > > | K-IMII. | |
The llnv. V. I. Hell , a highly cslcoturtl mln-
tor csldliiK In WcnUporl , CayiiRa county ,
N' . V , In n recent Icttrr writes IIH follont :
"There tins never been nnythliiK thnt t hnvo
tnken Hint has rcllrvcil the Dyspopula from
which I Imxr gufTrrcil for ten ycnrs except
Iho new remedy enlleil Stiurt's Dynpepslii
Tablets. Slnco ltklnn them I have hail no
illstrt'53 at nil nftrr eating ami again nftcr
long } enrs CAN Sl.KKP Wlil.L. " Hev. P. I.
Hell , Wecdsuort , N. Y. , formerly Malta ,
Stuart's Dyjpepsla Tablets Is n reninrkublo
remedy , not only became It U a certain
euro for all forms of Indigestion , but bc-
cntiBU It sccnin ( o act ns thoroughly In old ,
chronic cnic.i or Dyspepsia ns well as In
mild attacks of Indigestion or biliousness.
A person has Indigestion simply bccntiiu the
stomach la overworked ; all It wants Is n
rmrmtcsK , vegetable remedy to digest the
food and thus give It the much needed rest.
Tlil * Is the secret of thn success of ibis
peculiar remedy. No matter bow weak or
how much disordered the dlgi-Mlon may be ,
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will digest ( be
food whether the stomach works or not.
New life nnd energy Is given not only to the
stomach , but to every organ nnd nerve In
the body. A trial of this splendid medlclno
will convince the most skeptical that Dys-
l > c | sla and all stomach troubles ran bo cured ,
Tlio tablets are prepared by the Stuart Chcm
leal Co. , of .Marshall , Mich. , but so popular
has the remedy become that Stuart's Uys
pcpsla Tablets can now be obtained nt any
drug store at SO cents per package Scud
for book on stomach diseases , free
Xevvous , Clirojic
All Private Dltc.inen
I ml DUurJcrsof .Mott
Trcatitiuiit b > mill
Cured for life nnd the poison thoroughly
clcnnxeil from the cy.ttem. Pll.ng. FISTULA
nnd HKCTAI. ULCKHS. HYDHOCELKB
and VAHR'OrlCLlO permanently and HIIO-
cessfully cured , Method new nnd unfailing
13y new method without pain or cutting.
Call on or address with stump ,
Dr. Scarlcs & Ssarles , 1 1 Omaha < > .H. 14th , Neb. St.
Sometimes nrnia A rcllnhU
monthly regulating inrdlcluf
PENNYROYAL RILLS ,
Araprnnipt. safe amlcrrtnln In result. Tito ccuiv
bo CHr. rt-ol'd ) iiovrdlsauixiiut liMimnywhera
Slitirnmn & McConncl Drue Co , 1513 Uidga
street , Oimilm. Nub
Fine Line of Fall and
Winter Suitings ,
130 S. Main Street
Council Bluffs , la.
GROHGK N. IlOWliN , MnniiRcr.
One Solid Week nnj Hnturdny Mntlncc ,
ChaseMsfcr Theater Co.
Supporting MISS (1HHTII ! HWINd
TONKillT . CO.VI'IMIOt'.S SHOW
Seals no'v on N.ilo iitPullcr' Prut ; Store IQc.
O.M : MCIIT , MOMIAY , OCTOIIIU ID.
Tenth uucreto'ful reason , w ilcli IH evidence
of true merit.
THZ BOS-O I IDEM.
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN COMPANY.
Prices , lOc , 20e anil SOc.
Sara ami kiiru rcllrf , neri-i l.ill. itlirri
are Imitation * . AlRllrlriipalilt. Write for
JlVioi/.fr.ilrilian/ . WltrOX ilKDI *
CINE Co. , 214 &u. Elghiu&t. , 1'iilUda. , i'a.
U-uve lUUltUNQTCN & Jt6. lUVKlUArrhlT
OinaliaUiilun | UI-IKA. 10m & MUnun bti.j Oniuha
il5am : t..Denver Kkprera . ' . ! > :33am :
4:3i : > m.IIlK Hills. Mont. & I'uuct Hn < l. ix , 4li ; * | > m
4:3 : * > i > m Denver EKpix-si 4ijpm :
7ui ; > rn..N'cLral < a Local ( exieit Bunduy ) , , 74ipin
. . .Lincoln Local < < 'xcc'j > t.Suiiclay..JV:30uia :
2Wpm..ru : t Mai ! ( for Lincoln ) -iully. . .
Lraves [ CHICAGO. nUllLIKOTO.N' . ij.lArrlvea'
OmulmlUnlon Depot , lOtli & Mason SIi. | Omnha
C:00pm : Clilcaeo Vestibule , tCOam :
9Sum ; Clilcuvo Kijjreas 4ltpm :
7 : 0pm..Chicago und Ht. I.ouU ixi > res > , . 1:00am :
UMCam rac.'nu junction Local JlOr : ra
Leaves ( CHICAGO. MIL. ft ST. 1'AUL.IArrlves
Omaha ] Union Depot , lOtli & Mason iUi.f Umaha
eopm : . . . .ciiicaKo Llinltea .
ll:00im. : : . Chicago Impress lex. Kundoy ) . .
Leaves ( CHICAGO & NOn nWE3T1N7Arri7eT |
OmnhnllTnloM Depot , JOth & Mason tl . ( Omqli *
10:4nm..r..i : : * -eni Kxpress. , . , " . . . . 310pm ;
4 ,6pm . Vollliuled Limited . CMOpm
St. I' "I Kxprees . 0JOam :
I.ea' < ICIIICACiO , H .1. & PACiriC-lArrU-ci"
OmnlmJUnlon Depot. 10th ft Mason Hl .l Omaha
" " * ' " " '
6 : < 5pm Oklahoma .V Texas Ux. ( ex. Bun..103am ) :
\ : (0pm. vii.ttl.Colorado _ LImli"ui. . . , ± . _ . . 4jWpin
Leaven } C.T ST. P. . s ! . i"ol Dfiflv °
O malm | Depot , iih ar.-J V'ctcr fits. _ i Omnha
tilEnm KlouxO.y ! ACLnr.rr.J : Jntltm. . . . . tOGpm :
l30pm..Sioux ; City i ; tir mz. Hun , ) , .llUum :
C15pm. ! .SI. rnU.Limltfj _ ! lOam
Leaves I In. . A MO.rAM.nT. . JArrlvei"
Omiilial Depot , liln ana Wtlimer tft . I Omalia
"s'lOOpm . " .Fast Mill ar-i Kxp'fetV 6'COpm :
3(0pm.ex. : Sut. ) Wyo. Cx , ( ex. Men. ) . . C00pm ;
7M.un..Fr : < Mni > nt L rnl ( Sundays Only ) , .
; 'rn.im.Noriul ! ; Kxprers tex. 3un..10:23uin ) :
CilCprn . . . .Bl. 1'uul Hxprtss OslOain
"Leaven ! k."c7. Ht. J. A & "il. IArrives
OnmhHjnloiiDepot | , 10th 4 Mason 8tNjpmalm
DCr..im. ; . r.ICa'niiau City Dny Express. . , 6:10prn :
ID'COpm.K. ' ' . NlKliI Ux. via U. I' . Tians. 630um !
Leaves | MISSOUIU PACIFIC. JArrlve *
Orrmlml Depot , JGth nnd Webster SI * , JOinahn
S , : | .ni..Nclirnhlu tc Kiinvnu Limited , , ,12:2Spm :
g30pm ; . Knnias City Kxprss . , , CiDOam
.Nelinitkn l-ocal ( ex. Hun. ) . 9OQjm :
Lea\ec I HIOUX CITY * PACIFIC. I Arrives
Oinalml Depoi , lt.Hi nnd Webster Bin. | Oinahj >
lilSt'ir. ' . . . St.IMul _ Limited. , . . , . OMOam
sT6iJjrcrry pXeTFic. Arrive *
OinnliaUnlon | Depct , 10th & Mason His. Omaha
C 40nra..St. Pnul Pasucncer llMOpm
7Aam : Bloux City Pasrencer llOSpnt
Citlpm HI. I'nul Limited S:20uni :
: * 'nin Kearney Uxprrts
lil : m Overland Limited
4iMH : |
l-.tupin.lltat'ce & Klromsb'i ; Kx. ( ex. Hun.l ) > :6Ipi :
C:4ipm.arand : Island Express ( ex , Hun.lt:0pis :
: 0pm Kusl Hall
! > > ( . WAIIAHH itAtvVAf : lArrlvr
lmahnUnrtin ] Drpol. lOlh & Mason 8ts. | Onialia
tW m..St. Louli Cannon Uall.tllMiua
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