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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1002.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA.
Davis Mill drug!.' '
ttockert Mils carpet nl rum.
Leffert, eyesight specialist, 231 Broadway.
Pr. Stockdale. tint Nat. Bank building.
Picture fremlng. C K. Alexander & Co..
tit B way. Tel.
. Teks home a brick of Metiger' lc
cream. Vanilla, 25c; Neopolltan. lie.
The rtfth Avenue Methodist churrh Bun
day school will hold Its annual picnic today
In Kalrmount park.
. O. F. Bpooner, paying teller of the First
National bank, has goat to L.K. Salle, 111., to
spend his vacation.
' Mr. Bturkslager cf Arnes, Is . I visiting
her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Waterman, oil
South Sixth street. .
The eape stolen, from Mr. Fowler at
Lake Menawa Wuriday bight haa been re
covered by the police.
The work of cleaning Indian creek from
Nineteenth avenue to alxth street waa re
sumed yesterdsy by City Engineer Elnyre.
A large delegation of . Council Bluffs
Knlghta of Pyinlae will picnic with the
Omaha knlghu today at itlverview parx,
The Lutheran Bible rending services will
be field tnla evening at the resilience of
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Kirkpatrlck, M Harrl
A marriage license waa Issued yeaterday
'to John ri. Dow, aged n, and Katie Uarnea,
aged 1, both of Mndale. la. Justice Car
lson performed the marriage, ceremony.
Mr. and Mn. Bailey B. Blue yeaterday
Hied adoption papera for Bertha Gray, the
child's mother giving It away. Cnarica
Gray, the father, la said to have deserted
Harry Langdon, 'Who Is wanted by the
authorities at Crescent, la., waa arrested
by the police last night. Langdon la
charged with the larceny of a chllu a bank
containing W, a breaat pin and a gold
locket. te waa wearing the pin when ar
rested. I-anguon la out on parole from the
Dug McClelland, charged with the lar
(ceny of a Jug of whisky from the bunny
of a man named Tompkins, waa discharged
In police court yesterday. McClelland a
defenae waa that a man named Fltzpatrlck
bad asked him to get two packagea from
,a buggy and that by mistake he had gone
to the wrong buggy.
Tha Board of County Supervisors ad
journed yesterday morning until the reg
ular session in September without trans
acting any business. The matter of award
ing the contract for the painting of the
windows and doors of the county court
house waa left In the hands of the com
mittee on buildings and grounds.
, Earl A. Btebbins. the 17-year-old son of
Bonn Stebblns, will have a hearing today
before the commissioners for the insane.
tThe young man waa committed to Clannda
wist November, but waa discharged In
March. His condition has again become
such that his father was compelled to piece
Jits case before the commlsHlonera. The
'family recently removed to Council Bluffs
from Harrison eounty and have not yet ac
quired a legal realdence In thla county.
W. E. Parks, under arrest at the city
jail, charge,! with the larceny of a jacket,
the propert) of a young woman employed
at the Rev; re hotel, was sentenced yes
terday to thirty days on bread and water.
Two weeks ago young Parks waa arrested
on a warrant from Justice Bryant'a court,
charged with the theft of a watch and
chain belonging to a young woman em-
filoyed In the same house. After being In
he county jail for several days Parks was
released, as the young woman, having re
covered her watch, declined to prosecute.
Parks belongs to a highly . respectable
family In Dee Moines.
Gravel roofing, A. H. rtead, 541 Broadway.
N. T. Plumbing Co., telephone ISO.
Plumbing and heating. Buby A Son.
I General Greene Accepts.
' Major General Francis V. Greene of New
Tork City has notified Secretary Knox that
be will attend the reunion ot the National
Society, Army ' of the Philippines, In this
city In August- In his letter, received by
(Mr. Knox ' yesterday. General Greene
Nrrltee: Major General Francis V. Greene
accepts with much pleasure the Invitation
to be present at the third annual reunion
of the National society of the Army ot
the Philippine at Council Bluff August
18, 14 and 15.
From the number of acceptance already
received by the local committee the re
union of the Philippine veterans promises
to bring to this city a large number ot
the prominent military men ot the coun
try. Puck's Domestic soap is best.
Puck' Domestic soap 1 beat for lautflry.
Saea for Loss of Arm.
Chris Johnson began suit In the dis
trict court yesterday against the Union
Pacific Railroad company to recover $2,000
damage tor personal Injuries' reoeived
August II. 1901, while in It employ as
a car repairer. Johnson alleges that while
'working under a car which had been
hoisted by mean ot pneumatic Jacks, the
ear fell on hi right arm, crushing and
mangling It to such an extent that It had
to be amputated. He states In his peti
tion that he was unacquainted with the
use of pneumatic or air Jacks, a fact which
was known to Sam Payne, the boss under
whom he was working. He also allege
that the plank used to place the jack on
wa defective and allowed the car to fall.
Davis sell glass.
Davis sell paint.
Real Estate Traasfera.
These transfer, were filed yesterday In
the abstract, title and loan office of J. W.
Squire, 101 Peart street;
A. M. Huff and vwlfe to Dan V.
Holmes, lot 1. block 1. Carter s Sd
add. Haneock, sr.- d -$ 300
Thomas- V Ingoldshy and wife to J.
P. Hess and A. N. Rich, lot 9, block
I, Hyatt's aub. w. d
A. W. Way to Mary Mc Robert, sett.
ne4, 3.-77-41. w. d
U. K Lall and wife et a) to Smith
& Travla, undivided H In Weat feet
lot 14 and all lot 16, block 6 except
' atreet, Macedonia, w. d
Council Bluffa Savings bank to Clara
M. Moore, lot 6, Judd'a subdivision
of lots 1. t. . block 85, Uayllss
Palmer's add, w. d
J. C. Andersen and wife to Uda M.
Bolton, lot 11. block 11, Meredith's
addv w. d
Total transfers, six
Keep clean. Uss Puck Mechanic' soap.
Owing to circumstances entirely be-
?ond our control, and upon the sollci
atlon of our friends and patrons, w
have concluded to continue In the
Jewelry Bualneas In our present loca
tion at No. ue Broadway, our recrnt
clearing aale was a great success, and
ws will. Immediately place In stock a
new and elant assortment of the
latest and up-to-date goods. Ws will
also state that In addition to the com
plete new stock we Intend to make
some Interesting prices. The store will
be thoroughly remodeled and an op-
tlcal room and Jewelry manufacturing
TOMOMHOW VI OFFER
(.VrM MOSS CASU K L
ttl WATCH, 15 JEWEL.
(Successor te W. C Estap)
t rilal ilRtKI, 'Phone T.
LOOKING OVER THE FENCES
Bflpublican Candidate Inrpectiag th
BUNCH OF DELEGATES INSIDE PASTURE
Clerk and Reporter of Saoreaie Court
the Offices la Which Contest
pears to De the Most ,
Chris Jones of Keosauqua, elerk of ths
Iowa supreme court,,- who Is a candidate
for renomlnatlon for a third term at ths
hands of the republican stats convention
In Des Moines, July 30, was In .the city
yesterday conferring with local politician
and Incidentally looking after his fences.
Mr. Jones Is meeting with considerable
opposition for a third term. J. E. Whelan
of Red Oak, John C. Crockett of Eldora
and M. A. Burnham of Orundy Center are
In the field against htm. Mr. Whelan was
In ths city Tuesdsy during the congres
sional convention and Is confident of the
support of the Ninth district The con
test over this nomination. It is said, prom
lees to be one of the liveliest features of
the state convention. '
W. Wr Cornwall of Spencer, who Is a
candidate for the nomination for supreme
court reporter, was also In the city yes
terday. The fight for this nomination Is
a three-cornered one, John H. Williams of
Amea and B. L. Salllnger of Carroll, the
present Incumbent, being also candidates.
Secretary of State W. H. Martin of
Greenfield, who was present at the con
gressional convention Tuesday, ta meeting
with no opposition for a renomlnatlon and'
has the field clear. His renomlnatlon by
acclamation la conceded.
Another state candidate In the city yes
terday was J. S. Dewell of Missouri Val
ley, who Is a candidate for member of the
state central committee from the. Ninth
district. State Senator Bruce of Anita,
the present member of the committee from
this district, who auoceeded Mr. Dewell
two years ago. Is seeking re-election and
the race between them for the position
promises to be a lively one.
Use any soap so Its Pick's soap.
RIGHT TO BUILD PESTH0USE
City Attorney Decides that City Haa
All the Authority Need
City Attorney Snyder, after looking up
the law In tht matter, 1 of the opinion
that the city not only ha the right to
erect and maintain an Isolation hospital
outside the corporate limit of the muni
cipality, but that It will also have the
oxoluslve jurisdiction and control of such
The Board of Health, realising the need
of Increased facilities for handling con
tagious diseases such a smallpox. Is plan
ning to construct two wings to the pest
house near Mynster Springs. These wing
are to J) used as ward for male and fe
male patient, while the-present 'structure
will be utilized a an administration build
leg. . . .
The cost of the proposed addition. It Is
estimated, will be between $2,600 and $3,
0C0. In the event of the city building a
planned the expense will be paid by the
county and later assessed upon the city.
Every effort will be made by the city Board
of Health to have the additions to the de
tention hospital built before the fall In
order to take care of such smallpox eases
as may then arise. For the last two year
the clta has been greatly handicapped In
the matter of properly caring for smallpox
cases, owing to lack of room and facilities
at the pesthouse, this being especially true
In the case of female patients, the city
having had absolutely no place In which to
care for this class of patients.
Opens Naval Recraltta Statloa.
Lieutenant D. E. Dlsmukea of the United
States navy arrived In the city yesterday to
take charge of the recruiting station
opened in the federal building. With him
are Past Assistant Surgeon F. M. Furlong;
Coxswain C. O. Keck, Coxswain J. H. Mol
loy. Hospital Apprentice F. 8 Bourk and
Yeoman W. W. Williams. Lieutenant Dls
mukea and party come here from Davin
port, where they enlisted twenty-one re
cruits for the navy. The station will be
closed here Saturday and from here the
party will go to Ottumwa.
. Death of Heary Paachel.
Henry J. Paachel died yesterday morn
ing at ths home of his parsnts, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Pasrhel, 717 Willow avenue
aged 88 years. Death resulted from anae
mia, from which he had suffered about
three months. The funeral will be held
Friday morning at o'clock from St. Fran
cis Xavler's church and Rev. F. McDonald
will conduct tbs services. Burial will be
In St. Joseph's cemetery. Mr. Paichel was
born In Council Bluffs', being one of twin
brothers. He was a member of the Ne
braska fire Insurance Inspection bureau.
IOWA REGIMENT ENCAMPS
Twelve Cempaales . Comprising;
llawkeye Fifty-First Pitch
Teata at Atlantic.
ATLANTIC, I., July 2$. (Special.) Th
twelve companies ot tbs Fifty-first regi
ment ot Iowa arrlvsd in the city this
morning and afternoon and Immediately
went Into camp north of the elty. Com
panies A ot De Moines, B of VlllUca, C
of Glenwood, E of 8henandoah, F of Os
kaloosa, O of Wlnteraet. H ot Stuart, I
ot Bedford, K of Corning, L of Council
Bluffa, M of Rl Oak. In all consisting
of about 7(0 man, are now In camp.
Lieutenant Roscoe E. Byers, commissary
of subsistence, and Lieutenant George
Groton. quartermaater of .the Fifty-first,
arrived In the city Sunday morning and
have been making arrangemet for tie
laying out of the grounds.
Governor Cummins and his staff will ar
rive In the city next Saturday and re
view the different companies. . They will
break camp next Monday evening.
Fall Caaaea Insanity.
AVOCA. Ia., July 2$. (Special Tele
gram.) William H. Archer of Oakland was
todsy adjudged Insane by, the Board ot
Insanity here and taken to Council Bluff
by Deputy Sheriff Johnson and James
Johnson of Oakland. Mr. Archer's trouble
is supposed to have been cauaed by a fall
received about four year ago.
Strike Breach Wldana.
WATERLOO. Is.. July IS. (Special. )
The atrtke differences between Thomas
Cascadnn, Jr., aad hla employe grow la
number and greatness. The owner of the
businesa refuses to recoarnlia the union
aliaou4 be will grant the scale of wages
asked and the employee re fuss to work
unless th union 1 recognised. He aay
be will close the doors of the factory be
fore he wil allow them to dictate his bus
iness policy and this course may have to
be pursued, ss the moulders have joined
their striking comrades, leaving only a
few helpers with which to operate the
plant, which is one of the largest In the
city, making gasollns engines, etc.
RAISE THE SALARIES AT AMES
Kaasereas rbasiei Also Made la tha
Dattea of Maay of the
AMES. Ia., July 13. (Special.) The board
of trustees of the Iowa State college di
rected that for the next year the following
shall be the Increased salaries of members
of the faculty: A. A. Bennett, chemistry,
$1,800 to $2,000; O. W. Blssell, mechanical
engineering, $1,700 to 11.900; J. B. Weems,
agricultural chemistry, $1,600 to $1,800; L.
B. Spinney, physics, $1,800 to $1,700; H. H.
Summers, entomology, $1,800 to $1,800; W.
H. Meeker, mechanical engineering, $1,600
to $1,800; C. H. Cessna, history, $1,850 to
$$,000 ; 3. J. Repp, veterinary medicine, $1,
100 to $1,400; J. H. McNeall, veterinary
medicine, $1,200 to $1,800; C. W. Neville,
civil engineering, $1,800 to $1,500; Miss
Clark, librarian. Increase of $126, and Miss
Stevens, assistant. Increase of $225.
Other numerous change were made. J.
P. Cavell, formerly steward, has been made
custodian of grounds at $1,200. Walter
Stuhr, assistant veterinarian, gets $800 a
year. A. M. Newena was elected professor
of elocution at $1,800. Miss Sadie Hook
was elected assistant. C. M. Perrln was
made assistant in department of history at
$800. Miss Elmlna Wilson waa elected as
sistant in civil engineering at $1,100. W.
J. Kennedy was made assistant director ot
the experiment station at $2,250. J. J. Ed-
gerton was elected professor of soil physics
at $1,000. F. R. Marshall gets a place in
the department of animal Industry at $1,200.
More money was. appropriated for the
purchase of live stock, more for the ex
hibit at the state fair.
It was decided that during the absence
of President Beardshear the executive heal
of the college should be Prof. Stanton.
POVERTY ON EVERY HAND
Flood of Mississippi Has Left Many
People) Homeless aad with
No Food. 1
KEOKUK, la., July 33. The Mississippi
river flood -reached Its maximum through
out the district on the Missouri side and
the crest was at Hannibal at noon today,
when the stage was at a standstill. The
river fell four Inches at Qulncy and ten
inches at Kfokuk. The commissioner tor
Illinois levees report them in good con
dition and many square miles safe. The
farmer from the flooded territory are
catterlng to the cities for work at any
kind of employment, aome going a far
north a Dubuque. Hundreds are In a
pitiable condition of abject poverty.
WAVERLY MAN DIES BATHING
Frederick Bolting, Member of Hoe
pltal Corps, Drowns la
WASHINGTON. July IS. Prlrate Orover
C Burrls of Ohio and Frederick Noltlng of
Waverly, la., member of the. hospital
corps, stationed at Fort Washington, Md.,
war drowned Tuesday evening while bath
ing In the Potomao river a half mil below
Two Thieves Break Jail.
BOONE, la., July 13. (Special Telegram.)
Two prisoner broke Jail here today by
feigning Illness and rushing by the sheriff'
wife when she entered the cell room. They
are Ed Dixon, 80 years old, and Charles
Johnson, 28 years old. ' Both are veteran
thieves. A posse Is searching for them.
Break Camp at Cedar Falls.
CEDAR FALLS, la., July 22. (Special.)
The twelve companies composing the
Forty-ninth regiment, Iowa National
Guard, departed yesterday for their homes.
The Illinois Central ran three excurlson
train and the Rock Island one. .
Iowa State Kews Notea.
It is said the tame hay crop this year
Is heavier than ever before, some claiming
that It will average three tons to the
Fred Jm Mabee now has a - permanent
position In the census office at Washington,
a he was sworn in under the classified
Hat. About 8U0 clerks were transferred to
the classified list.
As the business of the Oelweln postoffice
during the year ending June 3d, 1902, waa
over the $10,01)0 necessary to aecure tree de
livery In the city It Is probable that mall
will be delivered at the placea of bualneas
snd residences within the next three
Ths potato bug haa not been much In
evldenoe thla aeason, for the condition
were never more favorable for the produc
tion of the potato. The yield of the early
crop Is Immenae. One man haa ei pressed
It that there Is not room in the hills for
the potatoes. 1
Mrs. Etta White of Auburn was before
the commissioners of Insanity and the com
missioners decided to send her to Clarinda
for treatment In the Hospital for the In
sane. Mrs. White is about 36 years of axe
and haa a daughter aged 16 yeara, but has
not seen ner husband lor twelve years, he
having left ner and gone west, ens nas
been In a hospital tor the insane three
times before, the last time at Clarinda six
yeara ago. For the last three months her
trouble has been returning and her Insanity
la manifest In an Intense desire to work
day and night and In frequent efforts to
injure people witn poison.
Bebastlan Fetch lived fifteen minutes
with a broken neck on a lonely country
road near Oxford, Johnaon county. Fetch
waa driving home from the burg and his
wagon struck a rut In the road. The
vehicle gave a violent lurch and he was
hurled from tne man seat into tne rough
roadway. His hoad cams in violent con
tact with the haid earth and his neck waa
broken. He was unconscious for a quarter
of an hour and then died. Fetch waa a
f rubber, aged 66. An Interesting feature of
he accident was that Fetch's companion
bad pickea up in tne roan two roriorn little
klttena and the moment of the lurch he
waa bending back into the wagon atroklng
the fur of the abandoned creatures. Thus
the Jolt caat htm forward and he clung to
the seat, waa saved from a fall and pos
sibly rescued from a fatal accident by vir
tue of hla merciful conduct toward a dumb
Mrs. Emmet Waters of Marshalltown
aaved her husband from death at the hands
ot a would-be murderer by attacking the
assailant with a aingletree. Charles Bmlth,
a farm hand living hear Qreen Mountain,
came to town and got crasy drunk. In thla
condition he wandered Out onto West Main
street and entered the house of Mrs. Henry
White, a sister to Mrs Waters. Mrs. White
wss frightened and Mr. Waters, who lives
ftffi " kf.or-,,W.n JIT11!1 , "I
pocketknlfe and ftercely attacked Waters.
The latter ran, with Bmlth In close pursuit.
During the chase Waters fell ana Smith
waa upon him In an Instant, with the knife
aimed at hie vlcttm'a throat. Water waa
no match fur hla Infuriated and Intoxicated
antagonist and had not Mrs. Waters come
to the rescue by felling Smith with her
weapon Waters must have been killed. As
It waa his clothing waa cut, but he escaped
without further harm.
Praaes te (is to Esrope,
BAN JOdE. Cal , July 23 -Twenty-one
carloads ot prunes for Immediate shipment
to Europe have been sold here since last
Friday. The sales sre from stocks on
hand and were made by one ahlpixr from
fruit grown In fcanta Clara county.
Cardlaal Glbheaa Celebrates Birthday
, pLLORE,' ,J"' a.r11L1a1L.?'bbo,n
braun, the annlveraay with friends at
Owing Mills, Baltimore county.
SHERIFFS IN CONVENTION
New Law Regulating Balariei th Prinoip&l
Topio of Discnuion.
LET UNIVERSITY BUILDING CONTRACTS
Democrats Preparing to Xanie Candi
dates for Conarresa la Several of
the Districts of the
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES. July 23. (Special.) Thirty-five
of the county sheriff of Iowa are
In Des Moines today In attendance on the
twentieth annual meeting of their state as
sociation. There was an address of wel
come to the members ot the convention
by Mayor James M. Brenton ot De Moines
and response by R. C. Kenneally, presi
dent of the association. This afternoon
addresses were delivered by Judge William
H. McHenry ot the district bench and Sen
ator C. C. Dowell. The member of th
association discussed the new law In re
gard to the salaries of sheriff which was
passed by the last general assembly in
creasing the psy in some case and reduc
ing It In other. The association will con
tinue In session tomorrow. The following
are here: R. C. Kenneally, Calhoun; F.
R. Anderson, Audubon; J. W. Wright, Jef
ferson; A. L. Rlseley, A. C. Campbell,
Howard; B. Buchanan, Tama; F. J. Shou
maker. Marshall; Herry Olson, Webster;
L. B. Cousins, Pottawattamie; R. U, Ram
sey, Van Buren; C. E. Iliff, Buchanan;
L. W. Knowlton, Mitchell; W. C. Zouel,
Benton; John Stelner, Dubuque; L. H.
Wolfe, Hamilton; T. Rawson, Dubuque;
Thomas McLeod, Ida; J. P. Griffin, Polk;
W. P. Davis Appanoose; J. E. Stout, Polk.
Coatract for Medical Buildings.
The Board of Regents of the Iowa State
University let the contract to James
Rowson ft Son ot Iowa City for the two
new buildings ot the university to he used
for medical buildings, the aggregate ex
pense to be about $125,000. The regents
have $85,000 available for Immediate use
In the building fund. The regents also
selected Dr. James R, Guthrie of the fac
ulty to be dean of the medical school, but
the place of Dr. Mlddleton. formerly the
dean, in the chair of surgery, has not yet
The Farmers' Co-Operative society of
Klemme has been organlted, with $10,000
capital stock, by W. F. Stello and others.
The Agnew-Nlchols Grstn and Livestock
company of Waterloo has been organised.
with $25,000 capital, and articles, filed
Louisiana Purchase Commission Plans
The Iowa commission on the Louisiana
Purchase exposition has arranged for an
other meeting on the state fair grounds
during the week ot the state fair, at which
time a report from the building committee
on the preliminary plans for the Iowa
building at St. Louis is expected, also
a report from the committee on rules and
regulation. Architect will be employed
to have the preliminary plans prepared
and estimates of cost of the building and
If ths plans are approved a contract for
detail plan will be entered into and a
committee be Instructed to seoure bids
Many Wonld-Be Doctors
Secretary Kennedy of the State Board of
Medical Examiner wa engaged today in
examining a class of seventy-five regulars,
five homoepath and four eclectic who de
Ire certificate enabling them to practice
medicine in Iowa. This is one of the larg
est classes ever examined here.
The State Executive Council, all mem
bers being present, is engsged now on ths
work of ths Board of Review, which con
sists of equalizing the personal property
assessment of the various counties of
Iowa. The telephone assessments are com
pleted, but the certificates not made out
Can't Give Away State Land,
Tha next legislature of Iowa will be
asked to grant another right-of-way. This
will be for a drain from the proposed Mercy
hospital at Marshalltown through the state
land on which the Iowa Soldiers' home 1
located. Father Lenlban of Marshalltown
has planned for a fine hospital on land that
cannot very well be drained except across
state property to connect with the aewer
from the soldier' home. He asked per
mission to enter upon the state land for
this purpose. The Board of Control did
not care to decide what would be clearly
a legal question and obtained from At
torney General Mullan a legal decision to
the effect that the board baa no right to
grant the use of the state' property for
private purposes. The power to do so Ilea
with the legislature alone. It is probabla
some temporary arrangement will be made
for the 'drain from ' the hospital until the
legislature makes the necessary grant of
authority. The hospital to be erected will
occupy a beautiful tract of land not tar
from the soldier' home.
A number of the democratlo congres
sional convention have been called. The
one In the Sixth district will be first, the
date being for tomorrow at Oskaloosa,
when John P. Reese will be nominated by
acclamation. The name of George Rlne-
hart ot Newton has been considered, but
he Is for Reess. The democrats of the
Fourth district are to meet In New Hamp
ton August 6 and maks their nomination.
Those of the First district are to meet in
Burlington August 20. The Eighth dis
trict convention will be In Creeton and
the Eleventh In Lrmars. In the Third dls
trlct, where the democrats hope to give
Colonel Henderson a hard race, there Is a
rumor that a sort of Indepeudent movement
will be Inaugurated with a candidal who
haa not been a prominent democrat and
In this the opposition would expect to get
the help of Influential outside Interests
that have become opposed to the work ot
the speaker of ths house.
Will Not Break the Bottle.
Miss Frances West of thla city, who wa
elected by Governor Shaw to christen the
cruiser Dea Moines on the occasion of the
launching of that vessel at the shipyard
In Qulncy, Mass., baa announced that shs
will be unable to be present on that oc
casion. She has dons much traveling and
will aoon start for Pekln for a visit with
the Congers. When she accepted the com
mission to break the bottle of wine at the
I launching It was expected ths event wou
occur last November. It Is now expect.
that Mayor Brenton of Des Moines will
Dime the young woman who will do ths
Vsed Confederate Bills.
Henry Romhold waa , arrested by the
police today for passing confederate bills
Hs had passed bills of thut kind at three
or four bakeries and grocery stores and
had secured good money in change. He
sari that hs purchased a package ot the
bills la Dubuqus for 50 cents and wss work
ing them oft. He ia believed to be slightly
Insane, as he admits he had escaped from
tbs hospital at Iod:pendence at on time.
Farmers' Iastttate at Webster.
BIOL'X FALLS. 8. D., July 2J. (Special.)
Preparations have been completed for
tha annual farmer' Institute, to be held
at Webster on Saturday of this week. The
topics to be discussed will be "Tree Cul
ture," by Charles Compton; "Forage
Crops," by John Seedhouse; "Variations of
Mlik Tests," by I. O. Arthur, and "Fire
nsurance," by Henry Paul.
ALLEGED ASSAILANTS JAILED
Two Sons of Soath Dakota Farmers
Mast Answer Charge at At
SIOUX FALLS, 8. D.. July 2S. (Special
Telegram.) A dispatch from Vlborg state
that Edward Crawford and Chris Chris
tensen, sons ot prominent firmer In th
vicinity of Viborg, were arrested todsy,
charged with breaking Into the home ot
Julius Johnson and atempting to crim
inally assault Mr. Johnson, who wa alone
at the time. She escaped to an adjoin-
ng cornfield before they could accom
plish their purpose.
Their preliminary examination will b
held tomorrow; In default ot $1,000 bond
each wa lodged In Jail.
Crawford I considered a bad man while
under the Influence of liquor.
Ta Vote Beads for Schoolhoase.
8IOUX FALLS. S. D., July 23. (Special.)
A special election will be held at Bone-
teel on August 6 for th purpose of voting
upon tha question of issuing bonds for tho
erection of a new achoolhouse. ft. H.
Stevens, a prominent resident, has donated
a block of ground as a site for the new
building. During the past week a petition
wa circulated at Bristol, asking the Bord
of Education to call a special election to
vote upon the question of issuing bonds
In the sum of $4,600 for the construction
of a new achoolhouse. In accordance
with the petition, which received more
than the necessary number ot signatures,
the Board of Education has Issued a call
for a special election, which will be held
Whltecapper Granted Xew Trial.
SIOUX FALLS. S. D., July 23. (8peclsl.)
Frederick Page, who Is serving a term
for being a member ot a Kingsbury county
whltecapplng party, which In the summer
ot 1900 went to the home of Nels Sands
and used him very roughly, has h-en
granted a new trial. He feels almost cer-
aln to be acquitted, as Sands, the com
plaining witness, moved to a point In North
Dakota some time ago, and reports are to
the effect that he has since mo red from
that point to a place unknown.
Thief Mnst Serve Time.
SIOUX FALLS, S. D July 22. (Sp iclal.)
Albert Anderson of Stanley county has
been delivered to Warden Swanson ot ths
Sioux Falls penitentiary by Sheriff Court
ney of that county. Anderson was con
victed of grand larceny and sentenced to a
term ot one year in the penitentiary at
FOR THE RAVEN OAKS CUP
One Hundred and Thirty Players
Eater, Representing Many
CHICAGO. Julv 23. Under threatening
weather conditions play waa begun early
today In the qualifying round tor . the
Raven Oaks cup on the golf links of the
Onwentsla club at Lake Forest. One hun
dred and thirty players have entered, rep
resenting the following clubs:
Princeton, New Haven, Chevy Chase, De
troit, Buffalo, Cleveland, Springfield, 111.;
Lake Qeneva, Kenosha, Waukegan, On.
wenieia, jnicago, eaoKie, ueimont, jvans
ton, Homewood, Edge water, Glenvtew, Ex
moor, Midlothian, River Forest, Westward
Ho and Riverside.
Flay today Is at eighteen holes, medal
play. The best eight soores will qualify to
continue at match play tomorrow for tha
Haven uaaa cup, tne secona eignt score
will qualify for the Solace cup and the
third eight best for the Tyro cup.
Nearly all of the most prominent west
ern players and many of the easterners
wno contested in tne national tournament
have stayed over for western honors.
Louis N. James, the new national ama
teur champion, will not be among the con
testants, aa he desires to rest.
The Raven Oaks cup Is a challenge
trophy, presented by the late C. W. Ful
lerton In 1896. Until the organization of
the Western Golf association its holder
was considered a western champion.
The crack players, nowever, easily scored
under bogey, Abe Poole, Jr., Onwentsla,
and Percy Pyne, Jr., Princeton, each
turned In cards of 79.
Intermittent rains marred the work of
the early starters and did not permit of
them scoring under bogey, which la 43 out
and 42 in 86. The scores ot the probable
Raymond Russell of Detroit: Out, 13; In,
43; total, 86.
Walter Dean or Bkokie; out, 43; In, 43;
H. 8. Robbtna of Onwentsla: Out. 42: In.
46; total, 87.
A De rooie, jr., unwemsia: uut, as; in, 41;
Percy Pyne, Jr., Princeton: Out, 37; In,
42: total. 79.
F. V. Horstman, Chevy Chase: Out, 40;
In. 41; total. 81.
H. Chandler Egan, Exmoor; Out, 42; In,
41: total, 83.
w. it. aniitn, unwentsia: uut, tz; in. 43;
Phelps B. Hoyt, Glenvlew: Out 42: In.
R. H. conklln, Princeton: Out, 44; In, 43;
C. Counselman, jr., Midlothian: Out, 42;
In. 40: total. 82.
w. carnart, jjeirou: uut, 40; in, 43;
Oeorke A. Thome, Olenvlew: Out, 41: In.
46: total, 87.
Walter Egan, Lake Geneva: Out, 44; In,
40; total, 84.
Wilbur Kettlestlngs, Westward Ho: Out,
44: In, 43; total, 87.
W. E. Clow, Jr., Edgewater: Out, 42; In,
44: total, 86.
C. Beach, Cleveland: Out, 44; In, 43;
Walter Knott. Edgewater: Out. 44: In.
45: total. 89.
N. L. iloyt, Bkoaie: uut, 45; in, 44; total,
Excellent goir marked tne qualifying
round. Abram Poole of Onwentsla and
Percy Pyne of Princeton carled oft the
honors, each getting a 79 for the first
round. The uuallflers for the Raven Oaks
Abe Pooie. unwentsia. out. 5: in. i-7n.
Percy R, Pyne, Princeton, out, 37; In
F. Oden Hortsmsn, Chevy Chase, out, 40
W. Arthur Bttckney. St. Louis, out. 41:
Charles Counselman, Jr., Midlothian, out,
42; In, 41-83.
Phelps B. Hoyt, Olenvlew, out, 42; In,
H. Chandler Egan, Exmoor, out, 42; In,
Walter E. Egan, Lake Geneva, out, 44;
Raymond E- Daniels, Midlothian, out, 44
Lawrence R. Adam. Evanston, out, 41;
The last three will play off the tla to
morrow snd the two losers will drop Into
the solace cup contest.
Those who qualified for th solsce cup
Walter B. Smith, Onwentsla, out, 42; In,
Raymond Russell, Detroit, out, 43; In,
Walter M. Dean. Skokle. out. 43: In 43-86.
W. E. Clow, jr., Edgewater, out, 42; in,
Charles E. Dupee, Skokle, out, 41; In,
Wtlbur Kettlestlngs, Westward, Ho, out.
44: IP, 43-B7.
I H. Conklln, Prlncetun, out. 44; In, 43-87.
H. S. Bobbins, Onwentsla, . out, 42; In,
Oeorge A. Thome, Glenvlew, out, 41; In,
In the play-off between the last five
Robbtna Thome and Dupee were dropped
to the Tyro cup.
The Qualifiers for the Tyro euo were:
W. Houshteling. Skckle. out. 42; In. 46-M.
Wylle Carhart. Detroit, out, 45: In 43-M
K. Hoyn. nauaegan, out. tz; in, -.
Kdgar Stanton, Onwentsla, out, 43; In
J Waller Knott, Edgewater, out, 44; In,
N Landon Hoyt. Skokle. out. 45; In. 44-89.
The lust three will play off the tie to
morrow and the loser will drop to the first
Among those who failed to qualify for
either cf the first three nips were: C. if
Anaell of Detroit. P. McKlttrlck. Bt. Lnuls
Cheaholm Beach. Bt. Louis; R. K. Tvro
Buffalo; C. 11. Zimmerman, R. E. Car
lisle, Buffslo. Twenty-seven team ot two
entered for the Lake county cup.
The scores rf the four qualifier follow:
John HolRhlrd. W. I. llowland, Kvanston,
; Walter It. Hmlth, A. Ponle, OnwrntMn,
S3; It. F. Cummins, Ff. Chandler Ksan, Kx
monr, W; llarrold Smith, L. H. Conklln,
Among the teams thut failed to qualify
were: It. McKlttrli k, W. A. Btlrknry, Bt.
1Ouie; F. C. Horsmian, Percy Pyne, Iake
wood, end Wylle Carhart, It. Russell,
RUNNING MEETING IN SIGHT
Transmlaalaalppl Clrcalt Promoter
' Successful In Their Efforts to
The initial meeting of the Transmlssls
sippl Running Circuit will be held at Mis
souri Valley, la., August 13, continuing
three days. From Missouri Valley the run
ners will go to Danbury for three days, be-
finning August 27 and thrnce to Sioux City
or three days, beginning September S.
From 8loux City, Des Moines and Irf-mar
may be visited, but this has not been de
The Trannmlsvtsslppl Running Circuit Is
in organization formed bv J. A. Tuttle and
A. H. Gilbert, having fo Its plrpose the
increasing of Interest In the work of run
ning horses In the middles west. They
have succeeded In organising local asso
ciations in the three towns mentioned, and
will extend the local organisations aa
rapidly as possible. Each local association
will have membership on the board of
directors, which will meet In Omaha some
time after the close of the racing season
for the election of permanent otllccrs of
The promoters of the enterprise have
little trouble In securing horses for their
meeting. . There will be about 100 running
horses ready for the opening meeting and
others are expected to Join before the
close of the season. The work this year
will be short, but by the beginning of the
next season it Is expected that the circuit
will cover the principal towns In the states
between lexas and Minnesota.
Rata Stops Tonrnament.
CHICAGO. Julv 23. Rain stormed the
Western Tennis Championship tournament
at Kenwood today and only one match In
singles was finished. The match waa a de
layed one from the third round and re
sulted: Emerson, beat E. Bailey, 6-3, 6-1.
CURE cures the cause Is
not a patent medicine, but
s prescription of one of the
United States most prom
Inent phylc!ans. This
remedy Is bringing health
to hundreds ot dyspeptics
who have tried nearly every other
stomach remedy without success.
1.00 a bottle six bottles $0.00.
Q. A. rrfttl, ttn. tilt Lincoln M., Hf oktn,
Wuh., writ. 1 it U wltbpl.uiir Ih.l I rc
Afnm.Qd Ha' Dr.pr"lft Car-. H.t wlf
tok.a t boul-ft ron.ldr rayMlf erti.
Above tostlmonlal Is genuine,
f A.OOO reward If proved other
wise. Send to
Frank Nau, SOS Tl roadway, N.I.
fur booklet and InlormaUoa. 1
For sale by Sherman & McConnell Drug
Co., corner 16th and Dodge Sis., Omaha,
Neb., and leading druggieta.
The society functions at
Hot Springs, South Dakota,
-are attracting much attention
and affording enjoyment.
Dancing each evening.
July 14th 1e 31st, 1902.
Round Trip From Omaha,
Ask Agent Northwestern Una.
If You Want the Best
In looking at offlcss In different build log, th greatest prals the owner or
rental agent can give an office Is to ay that It 1 "a good a an office In Ths B
Building." It may be In some respects, but It can not be In every respect.
Th Bee Bunding l on ot the only two absolutely fireproof office building la
Omaha. Th Be Building la th only build log having air night and all day Sunday
elevator service. The Bee Building furnish e electrlo light and water without ad
dltlonal cote Th Be Building 1 kept elean. not aome ot th time, but all of tha
Keep these point In mind when look! a g tor an offico, and you will take on cl 1
those listed below. If you are wis.
List of vacant rooms in
ROOM Hi lltU feet. Faces Seventeenth street and haa windows along the
alley. This Is a large, light room, and the rental price Includes neat,
light, water and Janitor aervlce. It has an entrance both on The Bua
hiiilrlina- Court and Seventeenth street Price
ugni, waier aim jmiiir .ori-ito, 4i iia
Building Court and Seventeenth streut
St'ITB lOli There Is no finer office suite
lust on the rlgnt band ot in. great marble stauway, una nas unusuany
ma window louklnir unnn the front entrance way of the building. It
fronts on Farnam street. One room
burglar-proof vault, marble mantel -
freacoed to suit tenant
ROOM 104i Thla room Is Just st the head of ths main stairway on the first floor.
It would be a very desirable office for some real estate man or con
tractor. The floor space is 16xl feet Price S30M
room ao- This room la IliS feet und is
i.vat.if a .im nn inn iluor can
ROOM' 338: ' This room Is 17x32 feet and will be divided to auit the tenant.
This room is particularly adapted for some concern needing large tWor
euace and la a decidedly handsome office, having an entrance facing the
court and window a louKlng out upon Seventeenth stree'. It has a vry
large burglar-proof vault, nara woo
ces in ins UUl. Ullia;
.odm 401: lExlJ feet. This room Is next
haa a large Durg
and for the price
haa a large burglar-proof vault ana
price ZUrillSnes lirai-ciao
Sl'ITB B14: This Is a very large room, lixt3 feet. It fares west, but Is very
light and well ventilated. It la very aeldum that spate of tills also, is of
fered in Ths Bee Building. It could be u.ed to advantage by s.jiiib firm
employing a large number of cl-rks, or requiring large floor space-,
wholesale Jeweler, or manufacturer a agant, who would like to M In
fireproof building, or It will ba divided to suit the tenant Price jO.0
ROOM nil: This room fsces the court
vault', and as It Is near the felt-graph ofhi e and on the same floor with a
numr,r f uraln nnns. It woum lie
firm desiring first-class accommodation
UTB 10: This consists of two rooms,
large burtjlar-proof vault, havt been
where any buolneea or prot-s:luiial
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for BROWN'S BLOOD CUH1C, 2.M ir
bottle; lasts ont. month. Sold only Sy
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Dodge 8ts.. Omaha,
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la 17x19 and the other sxlS. It lias
piece, hardwood floors, and will be
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be reudlly seen iu atenuliig off the ele
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to the elevator and fuces court. It
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It has a buralar-nroof
a iiaiticuiar gooa room ior .
both J8y,xllt4. F.ach of them has a
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