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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1902.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA.
Davis Mils drugs, f
Btockert sella carpets snd rug. .
Leffert. eyesight specialist. tSS Broadway. 1 j,. gmral Timet at SdrgUf, but Ow
Dr. Stockdale. Firat Nat. Bank building. )"D
Picture framing. C. E. Alexander Co.. i rot Bcora a all.
13 B way. Tel. t6. J .
Taka home a brick of Metsger's lea,
cream. Vanilla. 25c; Neopolltan, c. ' EDWARD COGLEY HAS NO BETTER SUCCESS
iocai nomfmpii nro iimnum, " -
nlng meeting at Union driving park to be
held about Aiinwt 1.
Hemorley Fuller and Flora Gnhmnn. both
of this city, wera married yeateruay by
Rev. Henry DeLong.
Captain George J. Crane and daughter
May ol Park avenue lelt last evening on
an extended wectcrn trip.
Miss Carrie Huckmlnster, bookkeeper at
the Telephone exchantse, haa gone to rails
City, Neb., to spend her vocation.
The regular meeting ot Mrirmony chapter
No. 25, order of the hast-rn biar, win be
bald Ihla evening In MbikhiIc tempie.
Contractor Wlrkham comraenred placing
the et;l work tor the new bridge at the
Intersection of Mynater and Mam streets
Andy Dougherty and May A. Ellis, both
Of Omaha, were nmrrled in this city yes
terday afternoon, Justice Carson perform
ing the ceremony.
i The Indies of tha Maccabees will give a
free social thla evening at the noine of
Mrs. lionac, corner ot Nineteenth street
.and Third avenue.
Mn. Koxle Eddleman, wife of B. E.
'Kddleman, Ztiiin Avenue O. died last even
'Ing. Upsides her husband eight children
survive her. She was 34 years of age.
' Colonel E. K. Fonda, formerly of this
'City, has been appointed superintendent of
the aoldlera- cemetery at Nancy, Ky., and
baa been transterred trom Leavenworth,
Mrs. II. D. Bulng of Hartlngton, Neb., Is
(visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Faavhel of Willow avenue, called here by
'the serious Illness of her brother, Henry
t Howard Lynch, a peddler of phoney
Jewelry, of which he carried a large and
varied stock, was sentenced to ten days on
tread and wattr by Police Judge Scott yes
Carl hcrtor. who was held to the grand
iury, charged with the killing of Fred
ohnson at Avoca. haa not yet furnished
the 7,500 ball, to which amount It was re
duced by Judge Wheeler.
City Engineer Etnyre la preparing plans
'for a new bridge over Indian creca on
North Tenth atreet. Hy using the Iron
Work of the old structure he estimates that
It can be rebuilt for about $5u0.
F. C. Lougee received word yesterday
from his aunt In Monona county that the
Illinois man who had purchased the farm
belonging to Lougee & Lougee had recon
sidered the matter and would consummate
Frank Chtxek and liana Nelson, the run
away boys from Racine, Wis., whose
parents requested the police to send them
home, but failed to send transportation for
them, were turned loose yesterday by the
Sollce to make their way home as best
The extreme heat haa caused a change
In the uniforms of the police. The heavy,
Close buttoned coats and helmets have been
discarded and replaced by short blue suck
coats of a light material and straw hats of
a uniform pattern. Tha men deeply appre
ciate the change.
Miss Pearl Chamberlln and brother Carl,
formerly of thla city, now residents of
Brooklyn. N. Y.. are guesta of City Treas
urer and Mrs. F. T. True, enroute to Colo
rado Springs to visit their uncle, W. 8.
Btratton, the millionaire mine owner. Carl
Chamberlln Is a student at Columbia col
lege. E. H. Lougee, referee In the suit of J. J.
Bauer against Louise Douglas and other
heirs of Benjamin Douglas, deceased, haa
'paid Into the district court $11,326 In com-
f liance with the order of the court finding
his amount was due the parties in tnteresc
from the sala of the property In this
When the County Board of Supervisors
meets next Monday It will have before It
,the matter of repairing a large number or
the county bridges,' which have been more
or less damaged by the recent heavy rains.
Boms -of ' the bridges have been entirely
lifted off the pilings and will need re
placing. 'Tw Petitions In Bankrnptey.
3. M. Oursler of this city has filed a
voluntary petition ln bankruptcy. His lia
bilities aggregate 1785.45 and consist ln
part of promissory notes due the estate ot
Thomas Officer and tho receivers of the
Officer Pusey bank. His assets, consisting
principally of household goods, ars claimed
Morrison. R. McElfish of Atlantic, Cass
county, who describes himself as a laborer,
also seeks relief through the bankruptcy
court from his debts, which aggregate I1.H6
His assets, valued at $61, are claimed as
Plumbing and heating. Blxby dc Boa.
r Puck's Domestic soap Is best for lautdry.
Real Estate Transfers.
These transfers were filed yesterday ln
ths abstract, tlUe and loan office of J. W.
Bqulre. 101 Pearl street:
Tlorence M. Bolin to H. F. Knudsen.
lot t. block 1&. Hyatt's subdlv, w. d..$ 1,100
J4. L. Jensen and wife to Frederick
Jensen, lot 14. block 19, Howard add,
Sarah C . Ward to Erik' P.' Erlksen, lot
lb, pioca i, v uiiui u ii k -
Charles ft'.' Walters' and 'wife' et al to
Niels Peter and Jens Christian An
dersen, lot 1. ln subdlv of Old Plerco
Street school ground, w. d
a(iry E. Calvin to H. D. 8pencer, lot
17. Auditor's subdlv, se iwt4 12--40
J E. F. McQee, administrator, to
George H. Mayne, undlvto ne4
2H-7&-44. a. d
Catharlna Maria Thomaen to Thomas
Burke, nw nw n-77-. w. d.
(County treasurer to Frank 8. Haas,
nw seH 28-77-44. t. d... .
gams to same, w se4 28-77 -44, t. a..
Total nine transfers $ 1.805
' N. T. Plumbing Co.. telephone 250.
Gravel roofing. A. H. Kead, 141 Broadway.
m b aw
Tha following marriage licenses have
keen Issued to:
Name and Residence.
Charles R. Ivory. Tabor, la
Anna Asman, Tabor, la
, C. Sllkenson, Hot Springs. 8.
amis Uranaen, Council Bluffs ...
Andy Dougherty, Omaha
Stay A, Ellis. Omaha
Hemorley Fuller. Council Bluffs ,
flora Gohman, Council Bluffs ...
Davis aslls (lass.
Uss aay soap so Its rack's soap.
Owing to circumstances entirely be
yond our eontrol, and upon the solici
tation of our friends and patrona, we
have concluded to continue In ths
Jewelry Business In our present loca
tion at No. tu8 Broadway. Our recent
clearing sale waa a great success, and
we will Immediately place In stock a
new and elegant assortment of tha
latest and up-Uvdata goods. We will
also state that In addition to ths com
iilata new stock ws Intend to make
some Interesting prices. The store will
be thoroughly remodeled and an op
tica' room and Jewelry manufacturing
TOMORROW UK OFFER
IMEAn BOSS CASK 101.
G1M WATCH, 15 JKWELi,
44 BROADWAY. Canucll BlasTa.
(Buceuior to W. C. Eateo
V M ra,AHi. aTKtaVi'. 'faeaa tT,
1JIAIS PROVES A POUR SHOT
Whole Jtelahbirhood Joins In Chase
aad Cnptnres Yonna Fellow Who
Has Jast Left ths Side
of His Best Girl.
Burglars attempted to break Into the resi
dence of William F. Maus at 216 Lincoln
avenue Tuesday night. Mr. Maus. who Is
a member of the firm of Smith Maus, 317
Broadway, Is of the opinion that the Dur
glars followed him home from his place of
business, thinking that he would probably
take home a considerable sum of money
with hlra rather than leave It In the store
Mr. Maus retired early and shortly before
midnight was aroused by his wife, who had
been awakened by hearing someone walk
ing about In the kitchen. Grasping his re
volver Mr. Maus made for the kitchen, and
ss be reached there a man opened the screen
door and fled Into the backyard. He nrea
two shots through the screen door after
the fellow and then followed him Into tho
yard. The fellow climbed over the fence
Into the alley snd as he did so Mr. Maus
noticed another man lump over the fence
Into the adjoining yard. He also took a
shot at the second fellow, but his aim was
Edward Cogley, who lives next door to
Mr. Maus, wss aroused by the shooting and
arming himself with a rifle hastened to
reconnoitre. He saw the fellow climbing
over the fence and took three shots at him,
but like Mr. Maus his aim was uncertsln
and the bullets went wide of the mark.
By this time the entire neighborhood was
aroused and a systematic search for the
burglars was begun, but without success.
A young well-known society man who Is
employed In the office of a large corpora
tion had a narrow escape from being mis
taken for one of the burglars. He had
been visiting a young woman In the neigh
borhood and the hours had passed so rap
Icily while sitting In a hammock that he
was unaware the midnight bell had tolled
when the shooting commenced. While mak
ing his hasty departure he was corralled
by some of the neighbors who had been
aroused and was forced to explain before
they would allow htm to go his way.
The burglars who broke Into Mr. Maus
house had opened the kitchen door with a
skeleton key, which In their hurry they
left behind them.
Keep clean. Use Puck's Mechanic's soap.
Davis sells paint.
FUNST0N PROMISES TO COME
Will Attend Reunion In Angast If Ho
is la lalted States at .
Dr. Donald Macrae, Jr., of this cWy,
president of ths Iowa Society, Army of the
Philippines, is in receipt of a letter from
General Irving Hale of Denver, president
Of the national society Army of tha Phil
ippines, in which be writes that General
Frederick Funston has promised to attend
the reunion of the society In Council Bluffs
In August if he is ln the United States at
Secretary Knox yesterday received let
ters of acceptance from Colonel John C.
Loper of ths Iowa National Guard, who
comanded the Fifty-first Iowa volunteers
In ths Philippines, and Brigadier Oeneral
P. H. Barry of ths Nebraska National
The soliciting committee Is canvassing
ths business men of the city and re
ported last evening that so far it had met
with good success and that the sum needed
undoubtedly will bo subscribed.
Puck's Domestla soap is best.
FORTY-NINTH PITCHES TENTS
Regiment of Seven Handred Men,
Iowa National Gaard, Encamps
at Cedar Palls.
CEDAR FALLS. Ia., July 18. (Special.)
Camp Rudlslll Is ths nam given ths camp
established today by the Forty-ninth regi
ment, Iowa National Guard, which wilt
remain In camp for one week. It Is estab
lished on a bluff on the bank of ths Cedar,
west of tho cHy and an ldaal spot The
bank has been provided by ths city with a
stairway leading to ths stream, which will
afford ample opportunity for boating and
bathing for ths soldiers.
The twelve oompanlea, tha hospital corps
and the band comprise 700 men. Governor
Cummins has selected Monday as the time
when he will review ths troops. Ths camp
Is well provided with shade and ths best
spring water In the stats. The drill grounds
ars smooth and but a few stsps from ths
tenting grounds. Ths band will entertain
the citizens ons evening this week with a
concert In the park aad thsy will issue In
vitations for a military dance one evening.
A platform has been arranged for this pur
pose. Ths officers of ths regiment are: M. H.
Byers, adjutant general; General M. Q.
Dows, colonel; Samuel B. Clspp, lieutenant
colonel; Frank R. Fischer, Louis J. Row
all, Herbert A. Allen, majors; Captain O.
H. L. Mason, chaplain; Captain A. M.
Jaeggl. adjutani; Captain George A, Evans,
quartermaster; Major Frudden, sergeant;
R. A. Carnegie, quartermaster sergeant;
Captain 8. G. Kama, Inspector of small
arms; A. Hahn, first lieutenant.
Hall Works Haveo Near Creatosu
CRESTON. Ja., July 16. (Special.) A
heavy and disastrous rain and balletonu
passed over the northern part of this
county Mondsy afternoon. Ths storm did
the most damage In Lincoln township,
where whole fields of corn ware torn to
threds and acres of oats aad meadow
beaten down, though the latter give signs
of straightening up. Fully 50 pep cent
of the corn in ths stricken district will be
a total loss. Ths storm only lasted) about
fifteen minutes, but during that time a
large number of
hailstones as Urge as
Half Ceatary Oaa Paper.
MUSCATINE. Ia., July 16. Special.)
John Mahln. editor of the Muscatine Jour
nal, concluded his fiftieth year in that po
sition todsy. Mr. Mahln celebrated this
unusual Jubilee before he celebrated his
seventieth birthday anniversary, la these
features It Is probably tho first Instance
ot the kind known ia ths Journalism of ths
Aeeased Woman Sees for Divorce.
FORT DODGE. Is.. July 16. (Spsclal.)
Suit foe divorce has, bsea Instituted by
Mrs. William Pike of Fonda. Mrs. Plks is
tho wife et Us farmer who was nysUrl-
ously shot while asleep about two weeks
ago. She. with her son, was arrested on
the charge of doing the shooting, but was
not held to the grand Jury. The divorce
suit Is tha latest development In tho esse.
A division of the property hss been agreed
upon snd Mr. and Mrs. Pike have already
separated. The suit wilt be tried at the
first term of court.
BOTTOM LANDSARE FLOODED
Thoasaads of Acres of Cora Between
Lidrange and Hannibal, Mo,
Covered by Water.
KEOKUK, la., July 16. The crest of the
flood la the Mississippi river psssed here
todsy and that river haa been falling
since. The Des Moines river began to
fall at the same time. The crest of the -aaT n the aesessment or railroad property
Mississippi rise reached Qulncy tonight j tnr w an interesting passage between
and flooded thousands ot additional acres. L!oyd W. Bowers, general solicitor tor the
The flooded country reaches trom La- j Chloago aV Northwestern, and Governor
Orange to .Hannibal, thlrty-flvs miles on t Cummins of the council, in the course of
the Missouri side, and covers thousands of wn'c tha governor made a clear and
acres of corn. I pointed statement ot what Is running
Several thousand acres of wheat In the ! through his mind as to the course ot reason
shock hsvs been washed away. Egyptian ln the members of the council must pursue
levee broke this morning three miles west I ln arriving at the essential thing of the
of Alexandria. Patrolman discovered the i taxable value of the railroad property lying
crevasse at once and In default ot other
lumber for repairs, tors down a fine farm
house for material. By herculean efforts
they succeeded ln stopping the crevasse
and saved thirty square miles of big corn
ln the fields.
CAUSES COMPANION'S DEATH
Iowa Boy Accidentally Discharges
Rifle, Killing: Stanley Camp,
bell at Preacot.
CRESTON. Is., July 1. (Special.)
Stanley Campbell. 17-year-old boy living
In Present, a small town west of here, was
accidentally shot and killed by Ed Foy, a
Young Campbell and a boy by the name
of Moon were fixing a bicycle at the lat
ter's home, when Foy entered the room
and brushed against a table on which was
a target rifle. This was knocked oft and
ln an effort to catch It the gun was dis
charged and the bullet entered Campbell's
heart. He lived only long enough to say
that the shooting was accidental and re
quest that nothing be dona to Foy.
It Is thought that Foy will lose his mind
over the death of his friend.
Monona Not Shy on Fnnds.
ONAWA, la., July IS. (Special Tele-
gram.) Tho recorder's office ot Monona !
county la booming for the year 1902. More'
money was turned over to July 1 than dur-
lng ths entire period ot last year. Over!
$2,400 in fees were received during the first
half of this year and after paying all sal
aries of the office, clerk hire and transfer
fees, over $1,300 ln excess of salaries al
lowed by law waa paid into ths county
treasury. Over 8,300 Instruments were re
corded during the period, of which 1,010
Injnrles May Prove Fatal.
CRESTON, la., July 16. (Special.)
John Gourd of Corning was found on the
depot platform at Cromwell, a small town
weat of here, with a deep gash ln his head
and his body covered with bruises. He
was not conscious long enough after being
found to tell h'ow ths Injuries were sus
tained, but It Is thought from their na
ture that ho must havs fallen trom a mov
ing train. He Ilea la a serious condition
from concussion of the brain and it Is
thought' that he will not recover.
Youngster Saves Boy from Drowning.
FORT DODGB, la.. July It. (Special.)
Ths heroism of 12-year-old Lemon t Mitchell
savsd his companion, Joe Kautzky, from a
death by drowning here today. Tho boys
were swimming, when Kautzky got beyond
his depth and was carried down by the
swift current. He had already sunk, 'when
Mitchell hastened to his assistance, and hy
the exercise of skill and strength far be
yond his years, managed to drag his drown
ing comrade to ths bank.
Iowa Macoabees Postpone Picnic.
IOWA FALLS. Ia., July 16. (Special.)
For various reasons it has bsen decided to
postpono tho district plcnlo of tho Knights
of ths Maccabees that waa to have been held
n this city on July 23. The officers of
tho association are unable to name ths
futurs date, but It la thought August 11
will be selected. Ths district will includa
tents in central Iowa as fsr north as Hamp
ton and. as far south as Oskaloosa.
Btate Bar Association.
DUBUQUE, Ia., July 16. (Special.) Ths
annual meeting of tha State Bar associa
tion hers is ons of the best sver held and
Secretary Wright reports that It showa a
larger gain In membership tho isst year
than ever before. The address ot Presi
dent McConloge was dsvoted to a discus
sion of ths life and services of Judgs
Miller of tha supreme court of tho United
Major Lavcey Renominated.
NEWTON. Ia., July 16. (Special.) Ma
jor John F. Laoey of Oskaloosa waa given
a unanimous renomlnatlon for congress by
the republicans of the Sixth district today
ln a largely attended convention. Calvin
Manning of Ottumwa was temporary chair
man of ths convention. Ths resolutions
indorse tho record of Msjor Lacey and
Delegates ia Commercial Congress.
PIERRE, B. D., July 16. (Special.) 3om-
mlslsons have been Issued for the following
list of delegates from South Dakota to
ths thirteenth annual session of ths Trans
mlsslsslppl Commercial congress, which
meets In BL Paul. August 19-22: Hon. A.
B. Klttredge, Bloux Falls; Hon. Robert J.
Gamble, Tank ton; Hon. C. H. . Burke,'
Pierre; Hon. E. W. Martin, Dead wood; C.
J. McLeod. Aberdeen; H. R. Horner, Pierre;
Judge John JB. Carland, Sioux Falls; Harry
Sanborn, Huron; George N. Williamson,
Eureka; M. R. Baskervllls. Watsrtown;
Hon. D. Haney, MKchell; David Williams,
Webster; A. O. Rtngsrud, Elk Point; H.
I Loucks, Altrurla.
Price af Walaky Advaaees.
PEORIA, ni., July 16, Ths prlco of whisky
advanced 1 oent this morning oa tha Peoria
Board of Trade. This brings ths present
price tip to $1.11 per gallon as a basis for
E. W. Oreve.
This name must appear oa every boa of
the genuine Laxative Bromo-Qulnlne Tab
f lets, tha remedy that curea a sold la ess
day. U cents.
Tea Growing ia (oath Carolina.
CHARLESTON, S. C. July 16-Slnko
Hatto, a wealthy Japanese now residing In
New York, baa been appointed by his ov
ernment to make a thorough study of tea
growing conditions In couth Carolina.
Demearats Reaemlaate Crawley.
MOUNT VERNON, III., July lt.-Jos.ph
B. Crowley of Robinson, Crawford county,
waa renominated for congress la the
Twenty-third district democratic conven
tion, last mgnt. on tne swtn nauoi.
Coafeetleaers Held Convention.
BARATOOA. N. T., July 16,-The Na
tional Confectioners' association begun its
eighteenth aajmaeonvonyn here today, 2
DROPS RAILROADS A HINT
Qc-Tirnor Cummins. Snggesti f hyaioal Valat
of Boadi is Not All af Property.
ARE WORTH WHAT THEY CAN BE SOLD FOR
Iowa Esecatlve Coaaell and Ballread
Attorneys Having a Session Over
(From a Btaff Correspondent.)
DES M0INE9, July 18. (Special.) In tho
hearing of the State Executive council tO'
"My idea of the way we should arrive at
the value of railroad property," said the
fw"or' ''n1 1 "Jr thU becu" 1
like the discussion to be on thla point. If
that we should consider not the physical
property alone, but the commercial value
of the whole property. We should arrive at
the business value of the railroads what
they are actually worth to men who own
and operate railroads, whst purchasers of
railroads would be willing to pay for rail
road property. If In arriving at this con
clusion It becomes necessary to not only
Include physical property, earnings, profits.
ana DU.ines. opportunities, me iu-
ture tho P"apcl or fear of dangerous
location and business opportunities, the fu
UUIUl.llllUU, I1U BIBU UBL RUUUIU
ttallze earnings that include the results of
the ordinary labor of those persons who ars
necessarily employed ln the operation ot
the company, then all these elements should
be considered; but we dare not say that cost
of building or ot reproduction must be the
limit of value on property of this kind. A
railroad may be worth a great deal mora
than It cost or a great deal less. . Inasmuch
as there Is no market proper for railroads,
we can only place ourselves In tho light of
a possible purchaser having the money with
which to buy and the Inclination, and con
sider what elements we would regard as
fixing the value of the property. In short,
we must find out the value of the property
as It would appear to a business man for
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BaUro.s1 Attorner Object.,
The announcement came from the gov-
ernor In a way to give a new turn to the
discussion, and Mr. Bowers, attorney for
the Northwestern, devoted soma time to
discussing this phase of the case. He con
tended that the danger of having a road
parallel the one under consideration makes
It essential that the value be not placed
very high above cost of reproduction ot the
same property. He contended also that you
dare not capitalise the business, for that
would Include much that la not a part of
In answering the question why tho ratio
ot operating expenses to gross earnings Is
greater in Iowa than elsewhere, Mr. Bow
ers presented statistics to show that this Is
not true, but on the contrary, whereas the
ratio for the entire Northwestern system Is
61.2 per cent. It Is only 61 per cent ln Iowa.
The figures usually given are deceptive: But
rates in Iowa are lower than ln any of ths
states where 'the Northwestern operates,
and the transcontinental rates affecting
Iowa are lower than In other states,
Mr. Bowers denied emphatically there was
any collusion between the railroad attorneys.
This afternoon Frank T. Campbell, for
merly Iowa railroad commissioner, deliv
ered an extended argument to show that
railroad companies pay proportionately less
taxes ' ln Iowa than ln most states of the
onion, that while they are on the same
basis as railroads ln New Tork and Penn
sylvania so far as earning capacity Is con
cerned thsy are on an Arkansas basts In the
natter of paying taxes. He contended that
ln the matter of earnings the Iowa railroads
havs shown a constant increaae per mile
through the years and that they are as
sessed lower now than in other years. Hs
spoke for nearly two hours and presented
a mass ot facts and figures bearing on the
Appointment of a Jndge.
Governor Cummins . this morning ap
pointed George W. Dyer of Nevada, Story
county, to be a judge of the district court
la ths Eleventh district to succeed Judge
W. S. Kenyon, who has resigned. Mr.
Dyer la an old and well-known lawyer of
Nevada and ia personally well known to
the governor. There were a number of
other candidates urged upon the governor.
He wilt hold only until the election of his
successor In November. F. O. Evans of
Wsbster City has already been nominated
by the republicans to succeed Judge Kenyon
and the appointment was tendered to htm
by the governor, but bo could not arrange
his business affairs so as to accept tho ap
pointment now. "
Named Camp at Atlantic.
. The camp of the Fifty-first Iowa at At
lantic the latter part of next week has been
nsmed Camp Davidson in honor of the pop
ular Captain Davidson of Muscatine, who
lost his life in the Cuban war. Ths data
for the governor's Inspection at Camp Dav
idson has not yet been fixed. The gov
ernor will go to Cedar Falls on Mondsy for
Inspection at Camp Rudlslll, but may not
havs time to go to alt ths encampments.
The report at tho adjutant general's offics
ln regard to Camp Rudlslll Is that all ths
twelve companies are represented, with
sbout 700 men, Including ths bead from
To Meet ia St. Lenls.
Ths Iowa commission on ths Louisiana
Purchase exposition will meet ln St. Louis
tomorrow and several of the members
passed through Des Moines todsy on thslr
wsy to St. Louis. It Is sxpected that
ths -location for ths Iowa building will
bs Anally decided upon at that time and
the commission will hsve an important
conference with the St. Louis commis
sioners. A contract has been entered into for the
use of the stste fair grounds for the
Patriarchs Militant encampment hers In
October In connection with the sovereign
grand lodge of Odd Fellows. At the same
time the new pavilion of the fair society
tor stock exhibitions will be used for a
President Yost of the lows Telephone
company Is expected In the city and that
he will take bold ot the strike question.
JEFFRIES ISTHE FAVORITE
Odds on Coming Battle Art Decidedly
Against Bob Fits,
BAN FRANCISCO, July Is. An ever-Increasing
confidence In the training campe
of both James Jeffries and Robert Flis
stmmons, with the odds steadily favoring
the former, and a sale of seata for the big
battle far surpassing anything of the kind
known to local pugilistic history, are the
Important features of the fight situation
here today. Under a blazing sun Jeffries
sallied forth this morning and sprinted
around like Men-it In Oakland, afterward
working In the Reliance club gymnasium
for two hours. Fttzslmmona also took a
Jaunty on the road, but confined himself for
the most part to bag-punching and vig
orous foot work. The sale of seats Is pro
ceeding briskly, the receipts showing that
nearly 19,000 has been taken In at Harry
The betting tonight shows Jeffries to bo
a steady favorite, tho prevailing odds be
ing 2H to 1.
Originals Drop Another Game.
MINDEN, Neb., July 16.-(Speelal Tele
gramsThe base ball game between the
Omaha Originals and Mlnden this after
noon waa one of the prettiest played here
thla season and the attendance was good.
Spectators cheered good playing for both
teams. The special features of the game
were a home run by Kennedy for the
Originals and a one-handed field catch by
Bender for Mlnden, Score:
... . R.H.E.
Mlnden OOOllotO 77
Originals 100004000 II
Two-base hits: Welch, Jelen. Home run:
Kennedy, which let In two scores besides
his own. Struck out: By Scully. I; by
Bliss, 7. First base on balls: Off Scullv, I;
off Bliss, 2. Hit by pitched ball: Bv Bliss,
1. Earned runs: Originals: I; Mlnden, 6,
Umpire: Dr. McKlrahan.
Fast Time at Hnroa Races.
HURON, 8. D., July W. (Special Tele
gram.) Today's events closed a successful
race meet. Results:
Trotting. 2:00 class, purse $300: Lora Mnxr,
owned by C. P. Gould of Eatelllne. 8. D.,
won; John Brown, owned by H. H. Smith
of Armour, B. D., second. Best time: S:20.
i rotting, iree-for-ail, purse $300: Brooklvn
Belle, owned by A. C. Oeer of Orsceville,
Minn., won: Kona W. ownad bv Flerk H
Collins of Page, N. D., aecond. Best time:
2:14, the fastest time made this season In
Trotting, special 2:00 clans, purse $100:
Alice R., owned by W. L Hlnkley of Brit
ton, S. D., won; Trilby, owned by A. W.
Wiser of Danforth, S. ., second.
The attendance was large and weather
Olympian Delegates la Berlin.
BERLIN, July 16. The Olympian games
delegates. Judge John B. Payne, Laverne
W. Noyes and Henry J. Furber, Jr., of
Chicago have arrived here. Their first
object Is to see Kmperor William and
stimulate his personal Interest In the con
tests of 1904, which are to take place In
Chicago. His majesty la cruising In Nor
wegian waters, but the delegates, if the
emperor Indicates his willingness to grant
them an audience, will visit the court
wherever It may be. They bear letters from
President Roosevelt and Secretary Hay
that will doubtless facilitate their annroach
to the emperor. The United States am-H
oassaaor, Andrew D. White, will bring their
arrival to the-attentlon of the foreign office
Indians Break Even at Falrbary.
FAIRBURT. Neb.. July ll-(8peclal.)-Hsskell's
Indian base ball club played
two games with ths Falrbury club, win
ning the first game and losing the second.
Score First game:
Indians 2 6 2
irairDury l 6 $
caiieries: Indians, Gardner and Felix;
Falrbury, Bean and Spencer.
. . R.H.E.
rairoury ... 7 4
Indians 1 4 f
xauenee: rairoury, f rice and Hpencer;
Indians, Rapp, Vogelburg and Felix.
Tennis Toarnament at Alden.
IOWA FALLS, Ia., July 16. (Special.)
The sixth annual tournament of the North
western Iowa Lawn Tennis association will
be held at Alden, commencing August 6.
One of the finest courts ln the state is
offered the contestants at Alden. The prise
ln the doubles this year will be the silver
cup now held by Alden and wrested by
the team from that place from the crack
team at Weat Bend last year. Special
prises In cash will be offered In the singles
and a big attendance from all parts of
northwestern Iowa Is anticipated.
American Wheelmen Meet.
ATLANTIC CITT, N. J.. July 16.-The
annuel meeting of the League of American
Wheelmen began here today and will con
tinue until Saturday. The flrst of the
daily runs from Philadelphia, which will
be a feature of the convention, left the
city thla morning. The program for today
follows: Noon Opening of league meet
headquarters at Grand Atlantic hotel; reg
istration and Issuing of credentials, t p. m.
Good roads convention. I p. m- Evening
session of good roada convention. 6:30 p. m.
Racing at the Coliseum.
Meteor III First to Arrive.
DOVER, England. July 11 Emperor Wil
liam's schooner yacht Meteor III waa ths
first to arrive here ia the race from the
Island of Heligoland. Germany, for the
Von Busch trophy, valued at 600 guineas,
and two other prises. The yachts started
In the race Monday last, but were be
calmed In the North sea.
The Meteor III passed the finish mark
at 2:01 p. m.
Settle Flaherty Matter.
CINCINNATI, July 16. The result Of a
conference here today between George
Tebeau of Louisville snd Frank Bancroft
of Cincinnati ia that Pitcher P. J. Flaherty
of the Loulsvllles will play with the Cin
cinnati at the oloae of the season. Pitcher
Poole of the Plttaburgs is here to pitch for
Bancroft 'Wallops Pender.
BANCROFT, Neb., July 16. (Special.)-.
Bancroft aereaiea render nere Tuesday
Kv a imp, nf 12 r S n<rl. Xl a nmt
Turrant and Conlln: Pender, Wheeler ana
Wbeeler, Byers and Hughes. Btruck out:
By Turrant, t; by Wheeler, 6. First base
on bails: on Tun-ant. l; off Wheeler, 1
At Rockford Rockford, 6; Evsnsvllle. I.
At Cedar Rapids Decatur, 7; Cedar
At Davenport Davenport, 4; Blooming
At Rock Island Rock Island, 10; Terrs
Safe From Summer Complaints
All mammas, and papas too for that matter, dread the heat of summer with
it's danger for the little folks, especially the babies. It is simply heart-breaking
to read year after year about the great death rate among children caused by
the summer s heat. Yet it is easy to protect the infants against all
summer complaints, because we know that all these fearful perils have
their beginning in stomach and bowel troubles, and we have a perfect
family medicine that will keep the delicate machinery in a child's
body clean, regular and in healthy working order in the hottest
weather CASCARETS Candy Cathartic. The plump, bouncing,
crowing baby shown here is a CASCARET baby. He feels that way
winter and summer. Nursing mammas take a CASCARET at bed
time, and it makes their mother's milk mildly purgative and keeps
the baby just right. Older children like to take the fragrant, sweet
little candy tablet, and are safe from colic, gripes, diarrhoea, summer
rash, prickly heat and all the mean troubles that summer brings with it.
ENGLAND ASKS A LARGE SUM
Presents a Claim of Eighty Thousand Poandi
DUE FOR PUTTING BANK IN LIQUIDATION
Colombia Is Also Making Demand of
Klcaraaaa for Twenty Million
Peaos fop Damages Caaaed
MANAGUA, Nicaragua, June 21 (Corre
spondence of the Associated Press.) Ralph
Paget, charge d'affaires ot the British lega
tion to Central America, with headquar
ters at Guatemala City, arrived here May
His visit, as rumored among the British
residents of ths elty. Is to present a claim
ot 80,000 against the government ot Nic
aragua for putting luto liquidation In 1901
the London Bank of Central America,
limited, formerly known as the Bank of
Nicaragua Some reports say that the sum
In question la only 20,000.
Rumors are also current here that the
government of Colombia Is demanding from
Nlcaraugua 20,000,000 pesos In stiver for
damages caused by armed expeditions sent
In 1901, by permission or order of President
Zelaya, on the warship Moraotombo, to as
sist the rebels ln Colombia who had risen
against the government of that country.
It is also said that Colombia demands
that President Zelaya and the other gov
ernment officials deposit their official power
with certain prominent Nlcaraguans. Judge
Francisco Agulllar of Leon and Jose An
tonlo Roman ot Jlnotepe are mentioned as
ths governors who will probably bold na
tional power until a bona fide election oc
curs for national officials.
Commerce la about at a standstill ln
Nicaragua and foreign exchange la' quoted
on the streets (none being offered at the
usual banking houses) at trom 450 to 600
per cent premium. .
OLD TICKET SATISFACTORY
All of the Wyoming Officials to Be
RAWLINS, Wyo., July 16. Before the re-
puuntBu cvoTcaiion assemoiea toaay i
It had been practically decided In caucus
the other present state officials, excepting
State Treasurer O. E. Abbott, who Is pre
vented by law from serving two consecutive
terms, would be renominated. Congress
man Frank W. Mondell la also certain ot
Immediately after the convention met
the following ticket waa nominated, all
save H. O. Hay, for treasurer, being a re
Governor De Forest Richards.
Auditor Leroy Grant
Secretary of State Fennlmore Chatter-
Superintendent of Public Instruction T.
Treasurer H. Q. Hay.
Chief Justice of Supreme Court C. M.
Congressman Frank W. Mondell.
Judge of First Judicial District Richard
Judge of Second Judicial District-
Charles E. Carpenter.
The platform Indorses the progressive
and patriotic administration of President
Roosevelt and expresses satisfaction ln the
recognition and assistance be has given
the west. Tha platform renews the alle
giance of Wyoming republicans to ' the
cardinal principles of the . party. Including
protection to American labor, products and
Industries. Conspiracies snd combinations
Intended to restrict business are con
demned and ths enactment of legislation
to kill tho trusts Is urged. The early
completion of tho allotment of landa In
severalty to the Indians ot the 8hoehono
reservation and the purchase from the
Indians ot the land and opening of the
same to settlement are favored. Wyoming's
delegation ln Washington Is warmly com
plimented for its work, and the work ot
the state administration is heartily en
dorsed. The convention adjourned this afternoon
after listening to an address by Senator
Dolllver ot Iowa.
COPPER COMPANIES COMBINE
Iew Deal Means a Railroad to the
CHEYENNE. Wyo., July 16. (Special Tel
egram.) One of the largest mining deals
consummated ln the weat will be perfected
tomorrow through Willis George Emerson,
In the consolidation of Wyoming copper
mines representing $20,000,000 capital. The
companies merged ars ths Boston-Wyoming
Smelter company, Ferrls-Hsggarty Copper
Mining company. Southern Wyoming Tram
way company, Emerson Electrto company,
ths Grand Encampment Townslte eompsny
and ssveral other copper properties. The
new organisation will bs known as the
North American Copper company. Among
the directors are Joseph Seep of the
Standard Oil company, Chsrles P. Collins
of ths Tidewater Pipe Lins company, Wil
lis George Emerson, Chase Knapp and John
S. Cray, president ot ths Mlos snd 8upply
company. The building of a railroad either
by the Union Pacific or the new mining
company to tap tha Orsnd Encampment
mining district Is now a foregone conclu
sion. In fsct surveyors are now on the
ground locating a routs from Walcott on
the Union Pacific. The present smslter
plsnt will be Immediately enlarged to a
600-ton dally capacity aad a concentrator ot
$20 tons capacity.
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Oil la Lower Callforala.
LAREDO, Teg.. July 16. A special from
Ouaymaa, Max.. eays During the last
few days considerable excitement has been
created here over the discovery of smitll
springs containing oil In Lower California.
Further explorations for oil will be made.
Bit tor the Bewsle. All dru(rts, es, ass, ss. Never sold la bulk.
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