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THE OMAHA DAILY DEK; TUESDAY, lfi, 1002.
remain away from laid gate or entrne
to Haiti premises.
From la any way, manner or method of
threatening or menacing the employe,
rvant or agent of raid railroad com puny
t, upon or near the premlaes and nhooa
of said railroad company, or upon the
street or any other place In the city of
Omaha, or at the home and realdenoei of
raid employe and agnt.
From following the employe, servants or
gent of aaid railroad company In the
streets of tre city of Omaha, or to their
jiomea and residence or any other place
In aald rlty nf Omaha.
Trom attacking, atiltlng. striking or
Injuring ordmnaj any other act of violence
against or upon the pernon of aald em
ploye, servants and nut. ta of aald railroad
From publishing; ordera, atatementa, rulea
or direction by the officer of the Inter
national Association of Machlnlata or any
t-ne else which In any way tenda to agitate,
create or engender feeling or sentiments
which In any way tend to provoke aaaaulta
or violent net of any kind or demcrlptlon.
From In any way Interfering with any
and all peraona having bualneaa with aald
company or atopplng aald peraona from
entering the premlaeg of aald company or
eioltig bualneaa with aald company, either
by thrauta or acta of Intimidation or vlo
From In any way. manner or method
hindering, Impeding or Interfering with aald
railroad company In the tranaactlon and
conduct of Ite bualneaa. or hindering. Im
peding or Interfering with any person hav
ing bualneaa with aald railroad company.
Work for the Marshal.
The Volted Bute marshal aald that It
would be necessary to serve the order la
time to give all defendant notice of the
hearing, which Is set for September 'J.', at
10 a. m., and that If It be Inuntl necessary
to hunt each man he may have to appoint
n number, of deputies, but that he. will try
to serve the order with hi ordinary force.
Strike leaders say they will endeavor to
tiava the Injunction modified, If It l too
ctrlngent. They ha9 not seen the' Ji cu
mnt. but anticipated a draatlc measure.
President John McNeil of the national or
ganization of boiler makers said:
"I do not know what tbo specie provi
sions of the Injunction are, but if thoy are
unfair or unjust we will resist theni. The.
federal supreme court has ruled that no
judge can enjoin strikers from picket duty,
that la, from conversing with itrlk? break
ers peaceably and with a view of netting
them to leave work and Join the union
forcea. If this Injunction seeks to rob us
of this right, delegated to us by the hlghf-st
Judicial authority in the land. It will be
deemed radical and will be oppose! lth all
the legitimate Influence we can cotumnnd."
Holet oa Picket Mae.
. All was quite and peaceful In the vi
cinity of the Union Pacific shop last night,
where the strikers' pickets have been ac
cuMoroed to patrol. No sentry ventured
nearer than one block to hi old haunt
and only here and there a policeman, slowly
treading bis beat up and down the tracks
Just outside the shop yards, could be seen.
Back 'a block or t0, opposite tbe various
entrances to the yards, little squads of
strikers, endeavoring to obey at the same
time the command of their lodge, which
assigned them to picket duty, and the stern
edict of ' the law, which forbade tbelr
presence within prescribed limits, were
With no desire for trouble or wish to
trespass upon the company's premlaes tbe
pickets sullenly disputed tbe right of the
I'nlon Pacific or the court to prevent them
from performing picket duty and walking
on public property if they saw fit. But by
their lodaaa thev had bean strictly en
joined to avoid any semblance of trouble.
The men stationed near ' tbe Chicago
afreet gate said that at least fourteen non
union workmen had come out of the shops
during the evening and gone Into a saloon
opposite the yard and then returned to
the shops. A number of Others, they said,
left and did not go back. These are said
to have been discharged by the company.
M'KEEN HEBE FpR FW HOURS
Superintendent of4JHotlve Power "ays
He Is Picas nllh Progress
, Made. . i, .
Superintendent McKeen of the Union Pa
rifle motive power-departmont arrived In
the city Sunday from tha western end of
the system, where he has been for several
weeks, remained here a few hours and re
turned to his fleld of operations. Mr. Me
Keen expressed himself aa pleated wlf h the
progress being nade by the company In the
face of the strike.
All officials of the company are still main
taining that their shop forces and motive
power, the two essential departments, are
In good cdndltloni despite claims to the con
trary, and that there is no cause for alarm
of any kind. The new engines from the
Baldwin locomotive works have not put In
their appearance as yet, "but they will
oon.'Ms the dally statement given out at
CALDWELL BODES! BEGINS
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errhage of tbe brain, the Inevitable result
f which' was death. The doctor stated
that the fatal blow could not" hate been
dealt 1th fist, nor was It probable that
It wag' the result of a club, but of some
scml-solld substance. In hi judgment the
moat probable theory was that the fraoture
bad been caused by a kick. All his scien
tific Investigation went to substantiate this
theory.' The doctor gave it a his opinion,
however that this fatal fracture was the
result of more than one blow. He opposed
tha theory that It waa produced with a
olub, as contact of two solid ' aubstances
produced an Indeed wound and the Injury
which caused Caldwell's death was not of
that character. Such an Injury 'might have
been caused by a fall on a aeml-solld sub
stance, aald the doctor.
Aside from the fatal Injury Dr. lavender
stated that Caldwell bare a Incised wound
en the forehead. Just above the right eye.
deep tissue bruises over the-left temple,
discoloration pf the right1 eye and a' alight
abrasion on the chin. None of the Injuries
other than tha on in the back of the head.
he aald, could have produced death. Ha ba
Moved that Caldwell ought to have survived
and In fact did survive his Injuries about
an hour. He was satlsfled that the victim
died la an unconscious state.
Cnrncnters Jolaera Meet.
ATLANTA, Oa., Sept. IB The United
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America met her today in annual con
, How It reddens tbe skin, Itches, oostt,
ri and scale I .,
boom peopl call It tetter, milk crost or
- Tha suffering from It I sometime In
tense; local application ar resorted to
the mitigate, but cannot cure.
It proceeds from humors Inherited or ac
quire and persist until these bar been
positively remove them, ba radically
and permanently cured the worst cases, anc
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RAILROAD ME!f ARE VOTING
Ballot en Prtpasition te Ask for Mots
Wag for Wot.
CLARK SAYS THEY WON'T STRIKE NOW
Plaa la ta Walt tntll Roods Have
Had C haace ta Accede ta Do
nyaad Decide' Oa by
CHICAGO, Sept. 15. Lodge of railroad
trainmen and conductors on lines from Du
luth south to New Orleans are voting on
a proposition to ask for additional com
pensation for their services. ' '
E. E. Clark, grand chief of the Order
of Railway Conductors, and Patrick J. Mor
rlasey, grand chief of the Brotherhood of
Railroad Trainmen, stated today that
"owing to the vastly changed conditions, as
compared with those in existence at the
time the present wag scales were msde,
both the conductors and trainmen believe
they are entitled to an Increase of wages."
The movement was begun at a meeting of
the chairmen of the general adjustment
committee held In Kansas City In June,
the decision being reached that an Increase
ef from 10 to 20 per cent should be de
manded. The chairmen bf these committees
met ag'ln in Cleveland, 0.,' July 14, when
tha project was submitted to the grand
officers of both bodies. With a tew altera
tions and correction to conform to the
laws of both organisations, it received
Both lodges are Voting and aendlng the
returns to Kansas City, where the joint
committee will meet October 1. Bhould a
two-thirds vote be cast in favor ot de
manding an Increase Id wage on on or
mora railway aystems, or railroads within
the prescribed territory, th committees
will prepare a uniform wage scale for all
parallel lines, through lines and Independ
ent systems and feeders to these.
"The present talk of a widespread strike
is unwarranted sensationalism," declares
Orand Chief Clark of the conductors. "No
strike will occur," at least, not until all
other1' means have been entirely exhausted,
and then- only on a two-thirds vote of tbe
member of tbe organization Involved," he
Mr. Morrliaey for the trainmen said:
"It anything I done It will be along or
derly lines and In accordance with th long
established policies of the bodies affected."
Will Da Nothing Radical.
CLEVELAND. O., . Sept. ' lS.-Qrand
Master P. H. Morrlssey ot the Brotherhood
ot Railway Tralnn en today authorised the
following statement regarding the move
ment to be Inaugurated on western roads by
conductors and trainmen to obtain higher
The different stories that are arising cer
tain I ng to a movement of conductors and
trainmen In the western country for a
raise of wages are In the main Inaccurate
and misleading. They probably grow out
of the fact that an association of the gen
eral committees of the Order of Railway
Conductors and the Brotherhood of Rail
way Trainmen for this territory was
formed at Kanaaa City In June, at which
time the question of Increase for men In
train and yard service waa discussed.
It Is tne gem-rat Delict among the melt
In these capacities that on account ot the
vastly changed Condi tidna now, aa com-
mrra wun inoae in existence ai me time
he present wage standard were made.
they are entitled to additional compensa
tion and they are now considering the
propriety of asking for It. But If anything
la done by these, organisations In this direc
tion it win De cone along orderly lines and
In accordance with the long-used policies
of toe bodies affected.
MORGAN WILL GIVE MORE TIME
. , . :). r ')u. i
Holder of Reatkera Railway Stock
Allowed few Mara ta'ya la ' , ';
' "Which to Give la.
NEW YORK, Sept. 15. The time for pre
senting the shares ot the Southern railway
with J. P. Morgan aV Oe., in compliance with
the plan to extend th voting trust ot th
road for an additional five years, expired
today. No figures were given out a to the
amount deposited. In the original state
ment It was declared that all shareholder
who declined to give their assent to tbe
extension would forfeit any right to par
ticipation in resultant benefits. It waa In
timated; however, that non-aasentlng share
holder would be given further time with
out prejudice to their rights.
TRACK OPENED TO TRAFFIC
Great Weatern Aanoanee Completion
of Portion of It Omaha
CHICAGO, Sept ' 13. Announcement was
made today of the completion of that por
tion of the Great Western's Omaha exten
slon between Hampton and Clarion, la.,
and the establishment of . through train
service. Two paasenger trains a day each
way will be run from Sumner to Part
Dodge, connecting with the main line trains
to and trom Chicago at 8umnr. This
means a new line from . Fort Dodge to
Chicago and the tapping of a new and rich
territory by the Great Western.
MITCHELL IS WITHOUT NEWS
Labor Leader tan Malta fo Predle
tloaa Ceastralag, tk s.
INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 15. "Can't predict
when the anthracite atrike will be settled,
If anything Is being don by the other side.
I do not know of it." -.-
John Mitchell, president of th Mine
Worker, who I at atrike headquarter la
Wllkeabarre, Pa., made thi statement to
day In a long distance telephone interview
with the New.
"Nothing toward a aettlement ha been
accomplished at the Harrlsburg conference
between Governor. .Stone ot Pennsylvtnla,
President Mitchell, the presidents' ot th
three anthracite district and other who
have been trying to end the strike."
'"Did Governor Stone represent J. . Pler
pont Morgan or any ot the anthracite presi
dents?" "I do not know that he wa representing
anyone bealdea himself."
"Is settlement any nearer, because of
"Did Governor 'Stone propose that the
miner should return te work on a promise
ot concession being mad afterward by
th operators?" . .
"No proposition ' of that kind was sub
mitted. There l no foundation for the re
port that th ma are t return J work, oa
th promts -that th. operator will make
concessions and. arbitrate afterward."
"Would th njlior "return to work under
such arrangements!'). ,': v
"They would not-!- i '
"Are you a confident aa, ever ot win
"I ' am certainly very hopeful now thai
the atrike will b ended In our favor."
The big defense fund that ta being col
lected at headquarter In Indlanapolia, Mr.
Mitchell sala. 1 proving aufflclsat to r
llv th distress la th ragioa. About
23,600 miner hat left th region since th
strike began, leaving about 1M.OO0, a ex
plained,' to ba eared for. '
"Ara th troop te be withdrawn tram the
"Not that I know if." '
"1 aay coal being taken out at the re
gion?" "X little U solng. out, hut ao sew coy 1
being mined. Mat of the coal now being
hipped waa mined before the strike began.
No mines are being started and no mem
bers of the organization are returning to
WESTERN MATTERS AT CAPITAL
Chances la Foatntaatera ana Large
Saaaber of ftaral Delivery Route
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINOTON. Sept. 15. (8peclal Tele
gram.) A postolBce haa been established
at Hicks, Blackhawk county, la., with Sam
uel Brubaker a postmaster.
The postofflces at Klondike, Lyon county,
la., and Ourtown, Turner county, 8. D., will
be discontinued after September 30.
The Omaha National bank of Omaha,
First National bank of Lincoln and Hanover
National bank of New York have been ap
proved as reserve agent for the National
bank ot Wllber, Neb.; tbe Des Moines Na
tional bank' for the Osage National bank
of Osage, la.; the Iowa National bank of
Dee Moines and the Northwestern bank of
Minneapolis for the First National bank
of Maaon City, la.
Thomas 8. Brannan of Ida Grove, la.,
and Ed L. Granthan of Custer, 8. D., have
been admitted to practice before the In
Tbeae postofflces become domestic money
order offices on October 1: Iowa Arcdale,
Amund, Cordova, Dale, Donahue, Jericho,
Lawton, Oliver, Ottesen. Nebraska Burn
ham, Funk, Maynard. Rochen. South Da
kotaBethel. Ward. Wyoming Moor,
A rural tree delivery route will be estab
lished October 1 from Mount Aetna, Adams
county, la. The route embraces sn area
of twetty-one square miles; population, 480.
Alexander, Franklin county, two routes;
area, forty-five square miles; population,
890. Apllngton, Butler county, two route;
area, forty-four square miles; population,
885. Redale. Butler county, one route;
area, twenty-two square miles; population,
486. Auatlnvllle, Butler county, one route;
area, fifteen square miles; population, 340.
Brlstow, Butler county, two routes; area,
thirty-eight square miles; population, 8S5.
Cedar Fall, Blackhawk county, two addi
tional routes; area, forty-one square miles;
population, 905. The poetofflce at Boles Is
to bo discontinued. Dumont, Butler county,
two routes; area, forty-seven square miles;
population. 890. Kealey, Butler county, one
route; area, fifteen square miles; popula
tion, J13. Parkersburg. Butler county,
three routes; area, sixty-five square mile;
population, 1,275. The poetofflce at Swanton
Is to be discontinued.
LIEUTENANT KILLS HIMSELF
John It. Marrls of the Olympla, Ap
pointed ' from Missouri, Kada
Life with a Ballet.
WASHINOTON, Sept. 15. The secretary of
the navy this afternoon received the fol
lowing telegram from Rear Admiral John
son, the commandant ot the Boston navy
yard: Lieutenant John R. Morris. Olympla.
committed suicide by shooting at 10:80 this
Lieutenant Morris was born in and ap
pointed trom Missouri. He graduated from
tbe Naval academy in 1880 and was ordered
to Olympla on the 35th of January last.
The Inquest by Olympla' officers was
ooncluded this evening and the findings
of the board were sent to Washington.
Only few days ago Morris' brother, a
lawyer ot Kanaaa City, was on board to
see him. ' The body haa been cared for by
an undertaker and a guard of sailors has
been detailed. If bis family wish, service
will be held oh board, "at which the chapi
lain of th naty .yard will probably offi
ciate, as Olympla now. haa no chaplain.
KANSAS CITY; Sept.. 15. John R. Morris
was one of th survivor of the battleship
Maine. Soon after that disaster he wrote
to hie sister In Kansas City, Kan., descrlb
lag th explosion and his harrow, almost
marvelous, escape from death. At the time
hia rank was that of assistant engineer.
Morris waa born at Oregon, Mo., thirty-two
years ago, and bad been In the naval serv
Ice since 1894. After leaving Annapoll he
served two years on Chicago In the Medl
terranean squadron.. Then he was assigned
to duty at Washington and New York on
Maine, Columbia and Olympla. His promo
tlon to first lieutenancy was recent. News
ot hi death was received by his brother here
today. No cause la known.
James A. Semple, Denver.
DENVER, Sept. 15. James A. Semple,
one ot tbe oldest railway passenger agents
In the United BUtea, died here today, aged
77 veara. In the 80 's he waa assistant gen
eral paasenger . agent of the Little Miami
road In Ohio, leaving there in 1870 to be
general freight and passenger agent of the
Cincinnati, Indianapolis ft Junctional line
at Indianapolis. ,
Almlra Haater Scott.
. Almlra Hunter Scott, wife of Cunning
ham R. Scott, died yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Scott reaided tor a good many year
In Council Bluff, but tor the pat four
teen year had been a resident of Omaha.
Funeral arrangements have not been com
pleted yet. ,
A GIRL'S PROBLEM.
How to Feed Herself Waea Rualag
' . . Dowa.
"I am a stenographer!" That statement
brlnga up s picture ot long hours of tiresome
Indoor confinement, close mental concentra
tlon and subsequent exhsustlon and brain
fag. Then comes up the food question.
A young lady la Dayton, Ohio, wrltea
"Some time ago I waa a atenographer In a
large city retail store and having the re
sponsibility ot the office work resting
largely upon me my health began gradually
to decline, and I stood facing the difficult
problem ot finding relief of aome kind er
leaving my situation. ' Worry added to my
trouble; I became dyspeptic and nervous and
suffered with Insomnia and restlessness at
. "I was speaking of nry Illness one day to
a trained nurse, who recommended that I
begin a systematic diet of Grape-Nut at
once h had aeen it beneficial effect
upon several of her patienta who had
uttered aa I did.
"So I began to use th food conscien
tiously.. It formed my entire breakfaat with
perbapa Postum Coffee or aome other nour
Ishlng drink and a second dish was taken at
th craning meal, la about two weeks time
I began to feel stronger and more hopeful
my. digestion and appetite were better; I
wa leu nervous and could aleep. I con
tlnued the diet steadily and soon courage
and vitality began t revive and oooe more
I bogan to think auccess lay somher in
this big world for mt.
"My work grsw smoother and easier aad
after aeven -month of this 4let I could do
almost twice the amount ot work la a day
and do It easily and without feeling ex
"Today I am filling a much more respon
sible position aod do tha work easily and
satisfactorily. I attrlbut It all to Q rape-
Nuts ahlch I still eontlnus to use. For a
palatable and healthful diet, there la noth
log oa the market to equal It, and tbe tact
should become at common knowledge.'
Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek,
,Mlch. , ,. . . ,
TWENTY DIE IN FOREST FIRE
riamel Lear Trail pf Death ia Iitrsm
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ESTIMATED PROPERTY LOSS $1,500,0;0
iaterlor Deaartaaeat Telegraphs Ia
straclloa aad Aaka Fall Report
Colorado aad Montana Xow
anr Saaae Damage.
PORTLAND, Ore., 8epc. 15. Twenty lives
have been loat and It Is roughly estimated
that 11,500,000 worth of property has been
destroyed during the past week by forest
Ares In Oregon ( nL Washington. Many
more people are. mlaslng. .but It will not
be known how many are dead until report
from remote districts come in. The esti
mate of the property loss doe not include
standing timber,, but covers sawmills.
house, barns, shops, cordwood and farm
implement. Thousands of acres of timber
have been burned over, but the destruc
tion of great timber has not been heavy.
Relief Is being hurried from this city.
Taooma, Seattle apd Vancouver, Wash., to
tnoae wno nave lost their, nomes ana crops.
The districts where the greatest destruc
tion occurred are Lents, .Springwater and
Bridal Veil, Ore., and .Fifth Plain, Lewis
River snd Elms, tvash. ' Ju all the place
there are about 600 people without food
and shelter, The firry have nearly burned
out. and this morplng the smoke clesred
away So that the, sun wss visible most
of the afternoon.
The smoke was thicker In Portland this
morning than at any time this year. Be
tween midnight and daylight it was Im
possible to see fifty feet away and the arc
Ighta could hardly e distinguished from
the nearest sidewalks.
In the harbor tbe' steamboats did not
dare to at,lr, as "the smoke waa ao dense
that Is was dangerbds. In' Multnomah and
Clackamaa counties the fires have practi
cally burned out and the settler are re
turning to tbelr home. Along both sides
of the Columbia rtver fires are still burn
ing, though the worst Is over. In Oregon,
as far as reported," Only two lives have
been lost. . 1 . ;
The situation In .Cowlltx county, Wash
ington, Is deplorable. Twelve lives were
lost along tbe Lewis river on Sunday and
many miles of valuable timber laid waste.
Communication Is cut off with a section of
the country around. Mount St. Helena, but It
m not tnougnt tnere was loss or lire mere.
TACOMA. Wash., Sept. 15. The smoke
has cleared away and the sky Is again
visible. Fires have abated In' all directions.
Reports from. Marlon county say the sky
has cleared there, the fires have ceased
and the men . have gone back to work In
the logging camp. , The damage is less
serious than , had been apprehended.
SEATTLE. Wash, Sept. 15. A special to
the Time from Kalama, where great loss
of life from forest fires was reported Sat
urday and yesterday, says: News from
the fire on Lewis river yesterday confirm,
the report bt Saturday night and adds to the
losses. The fallen timber has blocked tbo
only road leading. up the river, so that
the work, ot the rescuers Is slow. A party
of leu peiauu ,iiii'a toaiu aa kuown to
be camping In th timber. The charred
remains oi in team ana wagon were
found,, but no trace of tbe. people can be
A great pumfifT .of people were in the
timber at and around Trout lake fishing
and hunting, but DO authentic reports have,
been received , frpra them and Jt Is feared
there has heed 16ss of life. 1 -
WASHINGTONaa'iSepi, 15. The , Interior
department, h Jglegraphcd... the sujjerln-
tenaent of rorersf reserves in Washlngtln to
employ additional man 'U" guard the forest
reserves In that state against the forest
Ores now raging there. The superintendent
is directed to make a full report on the sit
us tlon.. the only, fore t fire advice .so far
reaching here beipg unofficial.,- The depart
ment also has- telegraphed fer recommenda
tions and suggestion aa. to what steps
should be, taken.-by the government to as
sist la fighting the fires outslda of govern
ment domain. Tbe Interior department has
telegraphed $500 to use In fighting the fire
on the South Platta forest reserve In Colo
rado. Although conflagrations are raging In
various parte of that state, substantially
little damage ha been caused to the forest
reserves there. ; , . .
BUTTB, Mont.,i8ept. 15. A special from
Kalispel to the Miner says: Forest fires are
raging on the aorth fork or the Flathead
river, on the Flathead reservation. Ranch
ers for two day, have been fighting the
flames, which are new beyond control. They
have sent for help, and men will-immedi
ately go to the scene. The fire started In
a windfall and spread rapidly over one of
the beat belt Of timber In this section. The
exact location la near a large bed of coal
and gradually going eaat and threatening
the destruction of timber In the vicinity of
McDonald lake unleaa soon checked.
DENVER, Sept: 15. A special to the Re
publican from Boulder, Colo., aays: Fire
broke out today on Alabama mountain near
Eldora. The wind Is carrying It toward the
heavy timber on Bryan mountain.
CALLS IN SENATORS
(Continued from Flrat Page.)
lice had their picture taken with the presi
dent When the request was made of the
president h compiled at once.
"Tbla la one time I really want a picture
taken," he said. "I know these men and
I admire them. I am proud to have my pic
ture taken with them.' '
Before the reception closes the bands,
which came from Brooklyn and villages on
Long Island, filed past the . president. He
shook each man by the- hand and thanked
him for the music he had made.
DEPARTMENTS TO BE CLOSED
Executive Order Suspending- Bualneaa
aa Day of the G.A. R. Parade
WASHINGTON,' Sept. 15. President
Roosevelt baa issued the' following execu
tive order closing tbe department In Wash
ington on tha day ef the Grand Army of
the Republic parade during the encampment
her next month:
Executive order: In order that the mem
bers ot the Orand Army of the Republic
employed In the public servlc in the rlty
of Washington may have the opportunity
of Joining In the - parade arranged for
Wedneaday. October 8. 1Su2, and that all
othera may unite with the iltlnna of the
District of Columbia In showing honor to
the union aoMlera and sailors to be gath
ered in the national capital on that occa
sion. It Is hereby ordered that the several ex
ecutive departments, the government print
ing office and the navy -yard and atation
at Washington be cloaca on that day.
TH KODORE ROOSKVELT.
White House. September 10. 19u2. ,
Daffy Stays with Weatera.
COLORADO SPRINGS. Sept. k 15 Hugh
Duffy, manager of the Milwaukee Weatern
league base ball club, today denied th
rumor than Van Brunt of St. Joseph wojld
Invade New York with an American league
team next year and that be (Duffy) would
txt his manager, lie atated positively that
he would manage a team for Milwaukee In
the Weatern league next year.
t'eaaplcte Cleveland Tean.
CLEVELAND. O.. Sept. 15 Harry Beml.
catcher, today signed ta play with C'leve
lund fur lixO. The algnlng of Hernia prac
tically completes the team and the play
er of. thi year's team will b In lin for
END OF W; C. TjJ. CONVENTION
Laraeat Attendance and Moat cceaa
fal of Any Prcvloaa Gatkrrlas
of the Society.
MITCHELL, S. D.. Sept. 15. Special Tel
egram.) The convention of the Woman's
Christian Temperance union came to a
close this evening with the grand gold
medal contest, participated in by five
young women of this state. The conven
tion haa been the beat held '.n years, the
attendance reaching 150. At the election
of officers this morning the following was
the result: President, Mrs. I A. Ram
sey, Woonsocket; vice president, Mrs. Floy
Cochrane, Brookings; corresponding sec
retary. Mrs. Lura E. Davlaon, Medas; re
cording secretary, Mrs. F. E. Conklln,
Canton; .treasurer, Mrs. E. P. Eckcnberk;
delegates to the national convention to be
held at Portland, Me., Mrs. Etta Dean
Jones. Watertown; Mrs. A. R. Toung, Gro
ton: Mrs. F. A. Bldwell. Mitchell; alter
nates, Miss Laura Cunningham, Goodwill;
Mrs. Carrie Dollard, Scotland; Mrs. Jcf
ries. Lead; delegates to the world's con
vention to be held In Swltierland next
May, Mrs. L. A. Ramsey for the W. S.
and Mlas Elolse Ramsey for tbe Y. S., both
of Woonsocket. . , . .
ONLY ONE BULLET. HITS MARK
Woman Is Slightly Wounded In Pistol
Duel Started by a . Jealous
SIOl'X FALLS, 3. D., Sept. 15 (Special
Telegram.) Last night while Mrs. John W.
Reed and Mrs. J. C. Smith, escorted by
Henry Martin, were returning from attend
ing a Salvation Army meeting In this city,
to their homes west of town, they met John
W. Reed, who was on horseback.
Reed passed the party, but returned and.
drawing a revolver, fired a shot, presumably
at Martin, but the bullet struck Mrs. Smith,
passing through the fleshy part of the hip,
inflicting a wound which is not dangerous.
Martin returned the flre, shooting at Heed
three times, none of the bullets taking effect.
Reed was jealous ot the attentions paid to
his wife by Martin. It la said he had theat
ehed to kill both If he found them together.
Reed was tsken Into custody this morning.
Increase In Railroad T raffle.
CHEYENNE. Wyo., Sept. 15. (Special.)
The unprecedented rush of traffic on the
Vnlon Pacific during the past few weeka
Is Illustrated by the following statistics
of business handled at this point. During
the month of August there were handled
In the Cheyenne yards 64,000 cars of all
descriptions, being an Increase of over
4,000 cars over the record of August, 1901.
The freight transfer platform gangs han
dled nearly one-eighth more freight than
during the same period a year ago, more
locomotives were in service in the yards
and more than - fifty 1 more road engines
were In service during the month in han
dling the traffic than during the month of
August, 1901. The passenger buslnees also
shows a healthy Increase over 1901, fully
10 per cent more coaches and engines be
ing required to handle the traffic.
Brother Acquitted of Complicity.
SIOL'X FALLS. S. D.. Sept. 15. (Special
Telegram.) The coroner's Jury this even
ing concluded taking testimony and ren
dered a verdict In the case ot James P.
Harrington, who last Friday night fired a
bullet into his heart after shooting aod
killing' Inez Borst, his divorced wife. It
developed after, the tragedy that Frank
Harrington, a brother of tbe murderer and
suicide, was with him' up to a few moments
before the tragedy. He was arrested, so he
could be held as aT witness af tbe inquest.
Many believed him to have been an ac
cessory W the double 'crime, but the ver
dict' of the coroner's Jury did not support
this view, and be has been released from
custody. Another brother of the dead man
reached here today from his home at Ida
Grove, la., and was present at the Inquest.
Novel Emergency ' for School.
SIOUX CITY. Ia., Sept. 15. (Speplal.)
The school board here Is face to face with
an emergency for which the hard coal fam
ine Is responsible. Eighteen of the school
buildings In the city are heated wholly or
In part by hard coal furnaces or bard coal
stoves. . The possibility of a scarcity ot
the article had not occurred to the di
rectors until the past few days, and now
they are busily engaged trying to solve
the problem of beating the school houses.
Secretary Chase states that many of the
furnaces In the building cannot be success
fully used for any other material than
hard coal, and for that reason soft coal,
coke Snd kindred articles will be of little
use, as they were constructed for bard coal
Heaviest Dealer la Bon Homme.
SIOUX FALSS, S. D., Sept. 15. (Special.)
R. L. Mcintosh, whose farm and ranch are
situated near the old town of Bon Homme,
has become the heaviest cattle dealer In Bon
Homme county. He ha shipped seventeen
carloads since last spring and still has sev
eral hundred head. During the last year
he has shipped as many cattle as some' of
th stockmen on the great cattle ranges
west of the Missouri river, showing what
can be accomplished by diversified farming
In the older settled region east of the river.
Open Republican Headquarter.
PIERRE, S. D., Sept. 16. (Special Tele
gram.) Chairman Crane and Secretary
Warner of the state republican committee
left this morning for 8ioux Falls to open
up headquarters for the campaign.
SIOUX FALLS, S. D., Sept. 15. (Special
Telegram.) Frank Crane of Pierre and E.
A. Warner of Eureka, chairman and secre
tary respectively of the republican atate
central committee, reached bere today and
opened state headquarters, preparatory to
Inaugurating the fall pampalgn.
Win Archbishop Ireland Scholarship.
8IOCX FALLS, S. D., Sept. 15. (Special.)
Frederick Port of Mllbank, who, as the
result of competitive examinations being
held at nine different places seven In Min
nesota, one In North- Dakota and one in
South Dakota won the distinguished honor
of taking the Archbishop Ireland prize
scholarship at the College ot St. Tbomaa at
Hamiine, Minn., haa departed for tbe col
lege to enter upon the commercial and mu
Ranchman Charged, with Murder.
MOORCROKT, Wyo., Sept. 15. (Special.)
F. I. Sweeney, a ranchman living near
here, 1 under arrest, charged with the
murder of Frank Sheppard, a saloon man.
Sheppard went down cellar to get a case
of beer, wben Sweeney la alleged to have
slammed the cellar door shut, with the
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Alderman Stubi? Gratefully Tells
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WARNER'S SAFE PILLS move the
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Refuse Substitutes and Imitations.
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The manufacturer so firmly believe that
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remark that he guessed he would "smoke
Sheppard out." He then tired three shots
through the Boor, two bullet taking efiect
In Sheppard' body and causing instant
' " Pardon for Twi,
PIERRE, S. D., Sept. 15. (Special Tele
gram.) Governor Harreid ha granted par
dons "to Leon St: John, sentenced from
Hyde county In January last for one year
for larceny, and S. A. Knapp, sentenced
from Clark county 'fn December of last
year for one year for concealing mort
gaged property. In both these cases, be
side general petitions for pardon, th pre
siding; judges and prosecuting , attorneys
recommended the action.
Soath fjakota Harvest Carnival.
SIOpX FALLS, SVP., Sept. IB. (Special.)
Arrangement have now practically been
completed for the grand harvest carnival, to
he held. at Gettysburg on September 24, 26
and 26. There will be horse races, foot races
and various other amusements,' including a
base ball game tor a purse of $50. An ag
gregate of $500 will be given in purees. The
carnival will close with a ball on the even
ing of the last day, .
pencrr Rolllaa; Mill Sold.
SIOUX FALLS, S.' p.. Sept. 15. (SpeclaL)
Tbe Spencer roller mill at Spencer ha
again changed hands, having Just been pur
chased by H.', peppnjuller, who formerly had
an Interest In the property. It 1 atated
that Improvements to" the value of about
$1,200 will be made before the manufacture
of wheat Into flour Is again resumed.
Appointment ta lie Delayed.
ROME, Sept. ' 15. The archbishopric ot
Manila and the three vacant bishopric la
the Philippines will not be filled until Mgr.
Ouldi, the apostolic delegate,' arrive there
and report to the Vatican on tbe subject.
State Brand Caanralaaloa Meeting.
PIERRE, S. D., Sept. 15. (Special Tele
gram.) The State Srand commission will
meet In this city on the 23d et this month.
. - Plica Cnred Wliiuat tie Knife. ,
Itching! blind,' bleeding or protrudiqg
piles. No cure, no pay. All druggist ar
long standing. Cures ordinary case ta six
day; the worst case in fourteen day. On
authorized bf th manufacturer of Pas
Ointment to refund money where It falls to
euro any case of piles, no matter of how
application glved ease and rest. Relieve
itching Ihstsntl jr. This Is a new discovery
and Is the only pile remedy sold on a posi
tive guarantee, no cur, no pay. Price 60c.
If your druggist don't keep It In stock sand
us 60c 1n stamp and we will forward same
by mall. Manufactured by Pari Medicine
.Co., Bt. Louis, Mo., who also manufacture
th celebrated' cold cure, Laxatlv Bromo
National Lcaarne Magnate Confer.
NEW YORK. Sept. IB A conference of
National league lae ball magnate wa
held -tonight at the headquarters of the
league here. There were two sessions, one
in the afternoon and on in the evenliHr.
When the magnates adjourned they said
they would continue the conference to
morrow. There were present at the ses
sions John T. Brush, chairman of the ex
ecutive committee; Fred M. Knowles of
this city: Harry Von Der Horat and
Charlea Ebbetta of Brooklyn, A. J. Reach
awl Colonel John D.- Roger of Philadel
phia, A. II. Bodcn of Bonton, Harry Ful
llain of IHttMburg and Max Flelachmann
of Cincinnati. No detalla of the confer
ence were given out.
Put .your stomach, liver and blood In
healthy condition and you can defy dis
ease. Prickly Ash Bitters is a successful
ET ? !
OF , . .
TONIGHT AND BALANCE WEEK
prices 25c-, BOc, 76c. U.00. Bargain Mat.
Wednesday and flntjrdiiy, ?Tm 6V. Lower
rate for achool children. Next attraction
Sunday, Kept. 21. -
"An tMKBKAX TRAMP." '
EVERT AFTtRNOON and EVENING
1:30 o'clock. 1:16 o'clock
AT AUDITORIUM PAVILION,
Fifteenth and Capitol Ave.
General admlaalon, 35c. Reserved seats,
lOo extra. Matinee, 26c t
VINTON STREET PARK.
Peoria vs. Omaha.
Game called at :.
OPENS SUN. MAT., SEPT. 21
Box Office Now Open.
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iiw iiiikknnu jpmaha a Leading Hotel
BPKC'IAX h fcATlRBil
LUNCHEON, F1FTT CJSNT8, i
U:30 to i p. ta. I
SUNDAY 6;3t p. m. DINNER, 7So. I
' i ill.
Steadily Increasing bualneaa haa necessi
tated an enlargement of tbe cafe, doubling
It former capacity. '
WHITE DOVE CORE sTr Iain totetroy crav.
In for atrang drink, the appetite for wblrh cannol
eilft after mint; thi remedy. Ulrm in ny llqillf
wltb or without kdowIikuj of patleati MMteieati 1 1
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In all DISEASES
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cessful practice In
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th dlaoaa on th skin or fat1. lYnatmunt contffna
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sale by all Drug-flat and Fancy Goods
Dealers in tha U. 5 and Europe.
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LOW RATES TO
gan oo to voa anqeLei."
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a-jaoo to FoaTl-AND. .
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11164 to SPOKANE.
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guo.OO to HELENA.
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Ticket On Every Day la
SEPTEMBER and , .
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