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TIIE OMAHA I) A FLY REE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBETt 20, 1002.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA.
Davis sells drugs
Stockert sells carpets and rugs.
Elegsnt new Xinas photos at Bchmldt'a
Expert watch repairing. Leffert, 4i B'way
MIkb Arkwrlghts china sale today. M
norn, to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Chsnoy, Kit
Avenue D, a win.
Brat clothesrack made only 23c at A. B.
Howe's, 310 Broadway.
Plcturn framing. C. E. Alexander Co.,
133 Broadway. Tel. 3W.
Tor rent, nicely furnished front room,
reasonable price, inquire 3o4 North Klrt
Wanted, at once, carrier with horae for
route on The Kee. Apply at the ofllce, No.
10 Pearl street.
Remembrr that the una will be jihut off
tomorrow from 8.30 a. m. to about 1 p. m.
all over the city.
We are headquarters for glass of all
kinds. Bee us bejore you buy. C B. Paint,
011 and Uluss Co.
Congressman Walter I. Bmlth and hi
ecretnry, Hubert Henderson, lett last even
In; fur Washington.
A marriage license was iaaued yesterday
to F. H. Juhl, a Kid 2t, and Lllile Coylo,
aged 27, both of thla city.
The will of the late N. W. Mauon, form
erly a prominent farmer of Neola, was
admitted to probate in the district court
Mrs. Neunaa took out a building permit
yesterday for the erection of a two-story
brick store building at 811 South Main
street, to cost fcJ.OUii.
The wsll paper store of 8. 8. Green, 231
fiouth Main street, was clowd on a chattel
mortgage given to the Kindly Wall Paper
company of Chicago.
Presiding Elder J. W. Wilson will preach
this evening and Sunday morning and
evening at the Free Methodist church on
Avenue B and Sixteenth street.
Georre Hanfnrd and family. will remove
to Oshaosh, Wis., in a few days. Mrs.
Banforri will visit friends at Ociuvh, Neb.,
for several weeks before going to her new
The two local camps of the Modern
Woodmen of America will Httend a speciul
service at the First Christian church at
2:30 Sunday afternoon at the invitation
of Evangelist Monstr.
The hearing of A. L. Fager, the young
man found in the basement oi E. Glllnskl a
commission store on Broadway on Wednes
day afternoon, was continued In police court
yesterday until MonUuy.
11. N. Mace complained to the police
yesterday that a quantity of carpenter
. tools had been stolen from a building in
course of construction on Beventh street
betwesn Fifth and Sixth avenues.
Having refurnished my gallery up-to-date
I offer this month U photos for $1.60 and $4
photos for H.M per dozen. Have your
Christmas photos taken now. Btiglemkn,
43 and 46 South Main street, upstairs.
t MisBes Marian and Kate Btleliter of Hast
ings, Neb., are guests of their uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Frederick of
Ulen avenue. Ross Yoeum of Hustings Is
also a guest at the Frederick home.
Saturday, November 29, the Purity Candy
Kitchen, 64ti Broadway, will have another
big candy Bale. All fresh cumlicH, peauut,
chocolate, angel food, tarty and other klnda
at 10 cents a pound. Enough for all.
William Kespell, charged with being Im
plicated with Harry Davis in the theft of
a wagon and teuni, the property of Davis'
employer, W. F. Patton of Mynster Springs,
was discharged In police court yesterday.
Mrs. Sarah M. Batchellor. a pioneer resi
dent of Council Bluffs, died Thursday at
her home in Chicago. Two sons in this
city, Theodore and W. K. Batchellor, und
one daughter, Mrs. Hogan ot Chicago, sur
Do not forget to turn off the stopcocks
to your gas and remember the gas will be
hut off over the entire city from 8:30 in
the morning to 1 o'clock in th afternoon
tomorrow, so that pipe connections can be
made In the main pipes.
Paul Lorenxen, charged with assaulting
Lars Hansen, elevator conductor in the
federal building, admitted the offenno In
?olice court yesterday morning and was
ined 110 and costs. Hansen denied making
any damaging remarks about Lurensen's
L. B. Wadlelgh of Pierre, 8. D., was in.
the city yesterday, the guest of M. F.
Kohrer and A. T. Elwell. Mr. Wadlelgh
previous to 174 was a prominent citlsen
and lumber dealer of Council Bluffs. In
IhSM he moved to Dakota, where he owns
an extensive horse and cuttle ranch.
Martin Darrah. aged 67 years, died yester
day morning at his home. 615 Fifteenth
avenue, from apoplexy, after an Illness
of three days. His wife, Ave daughters and
(our sons survive him. Two daughters and
one son are residents of Tamora, Neb., to
which place the remains will be taken this
afternoon for burial.
The gas company will rue), the work as
much as possible tomorrow, so that the
gas will not be shut oft longer than is
naturally necessary, but it will be shut oft
at 8:30 in the morning and turned on as
soon as the work of connections Is com
pleted, which It Is thought will not be
later than 1 o'clock In the afternoon.
A Free llrstlnx Stove.
Before you buy your coal see Wm. Welch
at 18 North Main street and he will ex
plain to you how you can get a fine Round
Oak -heating stove without costing you a
penny. 'Phone, 12S.
N. T. Plumbing Co., telephone 254.
Elks Hold Social Session.
The Elks enjoyed an impromptu social
session last eight at the club house, the
occasion being the presence of Thomas B.
Arnold of Indianapolis in the city. Mr.
Arnold travels for a Cincinnati shoe house,
but ha the reputation of being the clever
est amateur card trlrk performer In the
country. He baa received flattering offers
to appear on the-public stage, but contents
himself with amusing bis friends and ap
pearing before private clubs and Elk lodges.
The clever way in which be handles cards
haa given him the reputation of excelling
even Herman and Keller in this particular
Una or sleight of hand. In addition to this
card tricks Mr. Arnold is a clever mon
ologue entertainer and sustains his title
to an amateur by absolutely refusing all
offers to appear for a money consideration.
Leoa Losler Glres Boss,
. Leon Lozler. the foot racer who with Ed
Moore was brought back from Denver
about a month ago to answer a charge of
conspiring to defraud Charles Gregory and
.William Barker of this city out of $5,000
In connection with an alleged fake foot
.race at Webb City. Mo., last January, will
be released from the county Jail on a $3,000
bond, furnished by bis bt other, a wealthy
banker of Bremer county.
The bond arrived yesterday morning, but
had to be returned for certain technical
alterations. It has been approved by the
clerk ot the courts ot Bremer county and
when properly filled out will be accepted
here. The furnishing of the bond develops
the fact that Loiier's right name la Loser,
the brother's signature on the bond being
spelled that way.
Real Estate Transfers.
These transfers were filed yesterday in
the abstract, title and loan office of J. W.
Squire. 101 Pearl street:
Flora V. White et al to Rebecca R.
Durham. e4 acres iw4 25-75-40, w. d.$2,8$0
Emma O Armour to Meyer H. Pearl
man, s22 feet ot n44 feet lot 3. In
lot 230, original plat. w. il 1,200
A. E. Whlttaker to Marv R. Marshall,
eU lot 2. block 12. Hall's add., w. d... 400
William E. Tiller to Kxrah Marcus,
lot 10, block 40, Ferry add., q. c. d ... 250
El-neat E. Hart and wife to Jens Han
sen, lot I. block 71, Kiddle's subdlv.,
w. d 200
Emma McCarl and husband to T. A.
Grenshaw and wife, lot a. block O,
Curtis ac Ramsey's add., w. d S2S
Six transfers, total
Penrt . . rminell J'tr 'Vhnrt
STOPS THE GREAT WESTERN
Union Paoifio Will Not Permit Niw Boad
to Cross Iti Tracks.
BLOCKS THE WAY TO THETRANSFER DEPOT
Connection la to Be Made with Bridge
and Terminal Line and Move
Will Not Keen Company
. Ont of Omaha.
Although the controversy has ..not yet
reached the Injunction state, the Union
Pacific railroad yesterday served informal
notice on the Mason City ft. Fort Dodge
railroad that it could not permit the laying
of the Utter s tracks across Its right-of-way
at Union and Ninth avenues. , The
Hall Contracting company, which Is doing
the grading at this point, received the
notice and work was at once stopped until
some settlement Is reached.
The Great Western has brought suit to
force the Union "Pacific to grant It the use
of its bridge across the Missouri river and
until some agreement Is reached between
the two roads in this respect It Is under
stood the Union Pacific will refuse to
allow the Great Western to construct its
approach to the Transfer depot, at least
so far as the work Is to be done on prop
erty belonging to the Union Pacific.
The controversy between the Union Pa
cific and the Great Western, It was stated
yesterday by attorneys for both sides, would
not lu any way interfere with the work
of the Great Western in this city, which Is
also making connections with the Omaha
Bridge and Terminal tracks.
Bibles Jfovr Ready.
Those who are entitled to the Bible, given
as a premium by The Bee, can get same by
calling at the Council Bluffs office. Kindly
call as soon as possible.
, Plumbing and heating. Blxby 41 Son.
PETERSON CASE IS ON TRIAL
Evidence for Plaintiff All la and De.
fease Is Now Taking; Its
Judge Green reconvened district court
yesterday morning and the second trial of
the $3j,000 personal Injury damage suit of
Chris Peterson against the motor company
was begun.-,. A Jury wss secured before
noon and when court adjourned for the day
the plaintifl"siestlmony was all In and tho
defense had started In on its evidence. The
case will go . to the Jury today. Peterson
was run over by a motor on the bridge two
years ago and received injuries which re
sulted in the loss of his right arm at the
shoulder -and his left arm between tho
wrist and the elbow, making him a help
less' cripple. ' A horse he was driving to a
light wagon became frightened and backed
the vehicle-against the -motor, Peterson
being thrown out and under the wheels of
the motor. At the first trial the Jury disa
The petition In the suit of George 8.
Wright and George H. Mayne attacking
the title of the city of Council Bluffs to
Big Lake wss filed In the district court
yesterday. In the first count the plaintiffs
ask that the county treasurer be restrained
from selling their property at tax sale for
delinquent city taxes; that the land be de
clared exempt from payment of city taxes,
and In the second count they ask that the
title to the middle ot the lake be quieted
In them as against the city.
Judgment for $250 In favor ot the
plalntln was entered yesterday In the per
sonal Injury damage suit of Lena Woods
against the city ot Council Bluffs, as au
thorized by the city council Monday night.
Bibles Now Ready.
Those who are entitled to the Bible, given
as a premium by The Bee, can get same by
calling at the Council Bluffs office. Kindly
call as soon as possible.
Davis sells glass.
NEW FACES IN COURT HOUSE
Several Chances to. Be Made : In
the Deputies ot County
OfAcers.' . ' '
There will be . several " changes In the
county offices at the beginning of the new
year. O. G. Batrd,' who for a number of
years has been deputy clerk of the district
court has almost become to be regarded
as a permanent part of the office, will make
a change. He will part company with Clerk
Reed and take up his quarters scroej the
hall In the office ot County Recorder Smith,
becoming bis chief deputy. Mr. Balrd will
succeed Deputy William Larsen, who re
signs his position to look after his landed
Interests In Canada. It Is understood that
Mr. Balrd's position In the office of. the
clerk of the district court wtll be taken
by Frank Reed, son of the clerk. William
Cheyne will retain his position as deputy
clerk and record clerk ot the courts under
No chsnges are looked for In the office
ot the county auditor. It being understood
that W. M. Frederick,- the chief deputy,
will continue to act as such for Mr. Innes,
and (hat John Pusey will also remain In
' While County Attorney Ktllpack has de
clined at this time to either confirm or
deny the report, it is rumored that there
will be a change in his office at the be
ginning of the new year, and that Clem F.
Kimball, the present assistant county at
torney, will resign his position so as to
devote himself to his private practice. Who
will be Mr. Kimball's successor, has not
yet been announced. It Is said that there
are several applicants, among the younger
members of the bar for the position.
Rlbles Now Ready.
Those who are entitled to the Bible, given
as a premium by The Bee, can get same by
calling at the Council Bluffs office. Kindly
call as soon as possible.
Gravel roofing. A. H. Rcld. 541 Broadway.
Davis sells paint.
Carrie Nation la Prarefal.
Mr. Carrie Nation . ot saloon smashing
fame paid a flying visit to Council Bluffs
yesterday evening. Her visit had been un
heralded and her short stay In the city
passed without any demonstration on her
part. She even refrained from visiting
any ot the saloons and-devoted the short
time at her disposal to taking supper with
some friends and making a short talk at
ths First Christian church. . Mrs. Nation
was earoute from the east to Sioux Falls,
8. D., and stopped ovpr between trains to
visit Evangelist Monser. who la conducting
revival meetings at the First Christian
church. After partaking of supper with
Rev. Monser and friends oa Ityuter street
Mrs. Nation asked permission to make a
few remarks at the opening of the church
service. As the service did not commence
until 7:30 and Mrs. Nation's train left a
few minutes after 8 o'clock, she had but
little time to talk.
"I know you expected to see a crazy
woman, but I am not," was the way shs
prefsced her remsrks, which were devoted
chiefly to citing passages of scripture In
support of her cruaaie against saloons. She
said she hoped to stop over It, Council
Bluffs on her way back from Dakota.'
WOMEN SUCCEED IN BUSINESS
Twelve of the Most Substantial Con.
eerns in Cedar Falls, lows, Con
trolled by Them.
CEDAR FALLS, la., Nov. 28. (Special.)
It la rather an unusual fact that in this
city twelve of the substantial business
enterprises are owned, financed and man
aged entirely by women. Both business
and professional circles have been entered
In the professional lines ot business Miss
Vldbcrg. Miss White and Miss Roche have
succeeded as trained nurses. Dr. Georgia
Nlms Is said to be one of the best surgeons
In the county, and MHs Lancaster, as a
professional manicurist, has built up a large
and lucrative business.
Miss M. J. Bolton has been the manager
of the Western Union Telegraph office for
fourteen years, and Mlm Ella Morris as
manager of the commission business In the
In the wholesale millinery line 'has suc
ceeded exceptionally well. Mrs. C. E. Clark
Is known all over tho state as a dealer In
pianos and organs. Mrs. C. A. Sberbourne
has established a psying business in the
womens' tailoring trade, furnishing em
ployment for eight assistants. Mrs. L. M.
Peterson, Miss Nora Crandall, Mrs. J. II.
Shane, Miss Anna McNaUy and Mrs. W. A.
Swerln, are al) rated as successful women
managing millinery establishments, carry
ing stocks valued at several thousands of
Those who have the prefix of Mrs. to
their names are widows and they, ss well
as the others, say they have no time or In
clination to think of matrimony. They are
successful business women, satisfied to
continue in their chosen work.
IOWA STATE MAY INTERVENE
Attorney General May Act In Ot
tumwa Water Works
DES MOINES, Nov. 2S. C. W. Mullan,
attorney general of Iowa, stated tonight
that while no action had been taken by
the executive council, the state ot Iowa
would probably seek to intervene In the
Ottumwa waterworks case on Its appeal
to the United States supreme court.
Mr. Mullan said he could not understand
how the decision ot the court of appeals
could stand when the only question in
volved was the Interpretation of a section
of -the Iowa conBtitutldn.
In an Interview at Dubuque today, United
States District Judge O. P. Shiras said he
considered the decision of the court of
appeals to be remarkable, although he did
not care to discuss it until ho had an op
portunity to read the full opinion. A
number of Iowa towns and cities, including
Cedar Rapids, are interested in the case
and will be unable to carry out their plans
for waterworks If the decision is withheld.
THREATENS IOWA MERCHANT
Summoned to Door1 at Two in the
Morning; by Masked
DES MOINES, Nov. 28. At 2 o'clock this
morning a masked man summoned John
Blalsdell, a leading merchant of Wright,
to his door and left a note Instructing
him to dress and go to a designated spot
and deposit $50 in a receptacle placed there
for that purpose.
The note said it was useless to try to
telephone for help, as the wire had besn
out, and that failure to comply with the
demand would be followed by the dynamit
ing of his residence. Blalsdell summoned
help by telephone. Investigation discloses
that the wrong wire had been cut. A posse
went to the spot designated by the rob
ber and found the receptacle as described
In the note, but the masked man, who had
doubtless watched their movements, bad
DRUNKEN MAN BREAKS NECK
Whisky and Soda and Falls Down
Stairs at Klcht.
SIOUX CITY. Ia., Nov. 28. (Special Tele
gram.) Whisky and soda caused a fatal
termination of the Thanksgiving celebration
ot Andrew Larson, an aged carpenter. Lar
son spent the day drinking whisky and soda
in his room on Court street. '
In the evening he attempted to leave the
room and fell down the stairs, breaking his
neck. He was well known in Sioux City.
Iowa State News Notes.
Burglary has taken an epidemic form at
A Kreese, who Uvea at Battle Creek,
says that he long since quit bothering about
predictions ot an early winter.
The city of Muscatine proposes to com-
firomlse with the water company by keep
tig the books and fixing rates.
It was not a racor-back, but one ot the
high-bred Iowa hogs that attacked and
killed a man the other day at Corydon.
At Cedar Rapids It develops that the city
was last year Inveigled into buying a barn
for fl.nio which it has now succeeded in
selling, for (50.
Mutual Insurance companies in Iowa,
mainly among farmers, have been growing
rapidly in recent years and now carry risks
of fire, hall, tornado and lightning aggregat
ing $340,000,000. ,
In Webster county the prohibition war
haa taken the form of a fight agalnat issu
ing liquor permits to drug stores except on
condition that a physician's prescription be
tiled for every sale.
The Des Moines park commission finds
breeding elk profitable. A few years ago
it lnveslfd t'iQo and the herd haa now In
creased to thirty head, and the commission
has JUBt sold eight at a good price.
The city council of Bloux City has de
creed that the usual turkey raffles shall
not be permitted there this year during
the holidays, but does not explain whether
its action is based on moral grounda or the
scarcity ot turkeys.
At Bonne the section men of the Chicago
Great Western undertook to relieve the
fuel famine by selling several hundred
dollars' worth of ties belonging to the
company to people living in the neighbor
hood. The scheme relieved the famine, but
will not relieve the section men from going
LINCOLN AND LEE TOGETHER
Portraits ara to bo Placed Sldo by
Ida la tho Mississippi
JACKSON. Miss., Nov. 28. A potralt ot
President Lincoln will be placed in the
Mississippi ball of fame.
The picture was furnished by Robert T.
Lincoln of Chicago, in response to a re
quest, and will be placed alongside that of
Robert E. Leo. '
CHILD DIES OF INJURIES
Mother Also Likely to Succumb as Result
of Street Car Accident.
STATE THINKS THE COURT IS WRONG
Traveling Men of Iowa and Neighbor.
Ins States to Meet la Des Moines
December 8 for Several
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, Nov. 28. (Special.) Little
Helen Frawley, the child who was la
Jured in the street car accident of Thanks
giving morning, died at an early hour
today from the injuries she received. Mrs
Frawley lost consciousness as she realized
the danger and long before the car stopped
sbo had dropped in a faint. She came to
consciousness on the operating table and
Immediately asked about her child. She
has not yet been notified of the death ot
the little one. The mother is in a critical
condition and in addition to other Injuries
has a broken Jawbone. Mr. Frawley is a
traveling man for Swift and Company and
was not in the' city at the time of the
accident. E. B. Bradley, the insurance
man, the only other one seriously hurt,
State Wants a Rehearing;.
In two cases in which the supreme court
has recently reversed the lower courts in
criminal Instructions the state has asked
I rphPflrlnVB tn t h, a tl-.tw ao-a Im .hi-
county the court held, in effect, that the
possession of stolen property Immediately
after the theft of the property was not
necessarily presumptive evidence of guilt
on the part of the person found with the
property. The attorney general insists
this is a wrong decision and asks the court
to reconsider it. In a similar case, that
of Mox Wackemagel, from Taylor county,
the chief question was whether possession
! of the stolen goods proved guilt, and tho
court sent the case back for a new trial.
Two murder cases have Just been ap
pealed to the court, the case of S. O.
Thiols, from Montgomery county, and that
of Edward Dennis, from Page county. In
the Thlele case insanity was pleaded. The
case of the State against W. W. Ames,
convicted of embezzlement, has been ap
pealed from Dubuque county.
Traveling; Men to Meet.
The traveling men of Iowa and neighbor
ing states to the number of several thou
sand will visit Des Moines next week, the
occasion being the annual meeting of the
Iowa State Traveling Men's association.
This meeting will be held in the Toung
Men's Christian assoclstlon hall. William
H. Wheeler Is president and F. E. Haley
secretary. The retiring directors aret
William A. Meyer, John Verran, E. C.
Evans, Adam Stirling and William H.
Smith. It la proposed that hereafter the
officers be elected every two years, and
this change will Undoubtedly be made. The
reports of the officers, will show a total
of about 16,600 members, a gain of 2,600
net In the year, and the association In
the most flourishing condition ever known.
The meeting ot the association Is the
twenty-second annual and begins Decem
Securlaa; 1.1 fe Diplomas.
Superintendent O.r JV McMsnus of Council
Bluffs arrived in .h,B" city this afternoon
to attend a meeting of the State Board of
Educational Examiners, to which he was
recently appointed. - The board Is conduct
ing examinations . tor life diplomas tor
those teachers of the state who desire them.
A military examining board has been
ordered for December . 6, consisting of
Messrs. Lincoln, Prime, Clapp, Cockling
and Emery, to examine . seven who have
been elected to positions in the national
The name ot the German State bank at
Lcmars has been changed to the German
aNot an Iowa Mna.
Some time ago a dispatch was sent out
from Chicago stating that Howard Thomas
of Independence had killed himself in Lin
coln park, in that city. Howard Thomas is
an optician there and he wrote to Chicago
to And out about it. The Chicago chief ot
police has explained that on the person of
the man was found a spectacle case bear
ing the name of Mr. Thomas and it was
from this that the mistake arose. The po
lice are trying to discover the identity ot
the suicide from this clue, but Mr. Thomas
Is unable to recall to whom he sold the
YANKTON FIRE BUGS AT WORK
Three Fires Started In the Same
Night, but Two of Them
YANKTON, S. D.. Nov. 28. (8peclat Tele
gram.) Firebugs In Yankton last night
made three separate efforts to create con
flagrations, with success in only one In
stance. ' A mysterious blaze was discovered in
closets of the Pierce hotel by the nlgbt
watchman and after it was put out it was
found that the floors had beep soaked with
kerosene In two places before the match
was applied. The damage was slight.
: Mrs. J. H. Fall was awakened by a noise
during the nlgbt and upon investigating
found a fire started in a cellarway. A bole
had been made through the door and excel
sior put through and ignited. The parties
were disturbed too aoon, so the Ore was
easily extinguished. Parts . of burned
matches were found on the ground this
morning, where they bad been dropped.
The third attempt was successful and
Daniel Plgott's barn was completely con
sumed. All the animals in it were saved,
so the loss was confined to the building
and some hay and grain. No object Is
known for starting the fires.
TOWN IS DOOMED TO FLAMES
Rockford, South Dakota, Is Buralnsr
and There Is Little Hope
of Sarlna; It.
DEADWOOD, 8.; D.. Nov. 28. (Bpeclal
Telegram.) At an early hour this morning
fire broke out in the business part of
the town of Rochford. A high wind was
blowing at the time, and the Are spread
with great ' rapidity. It soon enveloped
the only business street of the csmp In
The camp has no fire department, and
as the town Is far from any other from
which assistance can be, sent It looks ss
though it was doomed to destruction. At
thla time one-half ot the camp haa been
burned over, and It Is thought that the
rest will be destroyed.
The Are started from a defective flue.
The loss will be heavy and the insurance
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CUBAN CABINET DISRUPTED
One Minister fiesi jns and So Stops Three
TROUBLE ARISES OVER RECENT STRIKE
Havana Mayor, Althonah Thnnkeil.
May Go Also When Sew Secretary
of Government la Appointed !
by President Palms.
HAVANA, Nov! 28. At a special meeting
of the cabinet, presided over by President
Palma, It was unanimously decided to accept
the resignation of Secretary of Govern
ment Tamayo, the secretary of .instruction
assuming his duties until a new appoint
ment Is made.
The nationalists sre surprised and the re
publicans jubilant at the removal, the latter
claiming that this step means the breaking
up of the nationalist party.
It is understood that Signor Zaldo bad
made the removal of Tamayo as a personal
matter since the rioting, when he accused
Tamayo of mixing up in politics. The two
men bad hot words over the strike In the
presence ot President Palma and it was
then that Tamayo resigned.
Signor Zaldo said unless President Palma
accepted Tamayo's resignation he would re
sign himself, and intimated that the secre
tary ot Anance and the secretary of public
work would go out with him.
President Palma and Signor Tamayo have
always been close friends, and it is rumored
that the president will provide a place for
him In the department of sanitation. Signor
Zaldo Is the most likely candidate for
Tamayo's position, and It is understood be
The municipal council has passed a vote
of thanks -to the mayor and approved his
conduct during the strike, but the press
predicts that the new secretary of govern
ment will remove him and reinstate the
police whom O'Farrill discharged for acting
vigorously against the strikers.
The cigar manufacturers have submitted
various propositions to their workmen,
which the latter will vote on next Sunday.
STATISTICS TO BE PREPARED
Coal Operators Asrree to Furnish
Commission With Tabulated
Statement of Waa-es Paid.
SCRANTON. Ta., Nov. IS. Attorney
Darrow, counsel for the United Mine
Workers, snnounced that the coal road
presidents had promised to give the tabu
lated statistics In regard to the miners'
wages, etc., to the counsel for the miners
some time todsy or tomorrow.
The big coal mining companies have had
expert accountants at work preparing three
figures for several weeks past. It was
because this part of the evidence was
not ready for. presentation that the ad
journment of the coal strike commission
Counsel for the miners will have until
next Wednesday tn which to inspect this
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important part of their opponents' evi
dence. When the committee meets Dis
trict President Nlcholls will be placed
on the stsnd by the miners.
President Mitchell was in conference
with Mr. Nlcholls most of today.
FALLS TO BOTTOM OF SHAFT
Timber Mnn In Pin ma Mine at Dead
wood Meets with Instnnt
DEADWOOD, 8. D., Nov. 28. (Special
Telegram.) Horace Ross, ene of the tim
ber men in the Pluma mine, fell to his
death this morning while working tn the
He was engaged In putting In s set of
timbers, when his foot slipped and be fell
a distance ot thirty-five feet, striking on
the back of his bead and being Instantly
Ross is unmarried. He was a veteran
of the Spanish-American war, having
served with Captala Bullock's troops of
Rough Riders. --
POLITICIAN TIRES OF . PLACE
Private Secretary to Senator KJt
trldae of Sooth Dakota Ten
ders His Resignation.
SIOUX FALLS. S. D., Nov. 28. (Special
Telegram.) State politicians are Interested
In the announcement made here today that '
N. Y. Phillips, ex-warden of the Sioux Falls ;
penitentiary, has resigned the position ot ,
private secretary to Senator Kittredge. It
ia not definitely known who will succeed
Killed on a Croaslna;.
LAMAR, Mo., Nov. 28. William Souders,
an aged farmer, and his wife were struck
by a passenger train at a crossing near
here while driving over the tracks and
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