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THE OMAHA DAILY BEKj TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1f02.
REAL-ESTATE -MEN'S PLANS
Program for Suit Convention, to Be Held
Soon in Oma.Lt.
INTERESTING TOPICS ARE SCHEDULED
Leaders of the Gall la rraalta
Will Debate Many Matter at
Memeat ta tka Geaeral
Tbe promu for the second annual con
vention of the Kebreat Brat Estate Deal
ers' association bu been arranged by the
committee bivtng It In chance and was
placed Iff tbe hands of the printers Mon
day by Secretary J. T. Hanson of Fremont.
The convention will be held in Omaha three
dura. beginning Wednesday. December 17.
The. convention will be called to order
by the president, Mr. Jamea Cockling ot
Franklin, at 7:S0 o'clock. After prayer by
Rev. Dr. H. C. Herring, an addreaa of wel
come will be delivered by C. F. Harrison,
president of the Omaha Real Estate ex
rhenge, who will at the request of the atate
association. Rive a rapid, graphical re
view M what the attendanta f the con
vention ae In the metropolla of the atate
In the way of resources. Institutions, busi
ness In the nature of Omaha rendering
an account of Ha stewardship to the atate
of what It la doing as th state metropolla.
Thta addres will be followed by fifteea-
llvered at 2 o'clock. "Some Methods and
Working and Experiences of the Omaha
Real Estate Exchange, a paper by W. O.
hriver, ei-secretary of the Omaha Real
Estate exchange, will follow.
Forty minutes' general discussion of use
fulness and methods of commercial clubs,
reai estate exchanges and local Improve
ment assoclatlona In general, led by E. S.
Cloycr. secretary Schuyler Commercial
club; E. C. Bewick, secretary Lincoln Com
mercial club; X E. t'tt, aecretary Omaha
Commercial club; general participation.
Annual report of tbe prealdent, secretary
and treasurer of the Nebraska Real Estate
Dealers' association. Deductions tram the
elperlencee of tbe first year of th associa
tes. A two hours' visit to the Vnloe Faciflc
railroad shops, piloted by the Omaha Real
Estate e&chaage, said by experta to be the
most modern, completely equipped shops In
the anion. They are one of the most In
structive exhibitions of industrial activity
in the atate.
Thursday evening will be devoted to leg
islation and taxation, opening with an ad
dress on "Municipal Taxation," by J. H.
Mcintosh, attorney of the Omaha Real Es
tate exchange In Its tax litigation. The
subject of "Tax Titles and Taxation In Gen
eral" will be treated by J. W. McDonald of
Lincoln and W. O. t'rs of Omaha. Thirty
minutes' general discussion ot the whole
subject ot taxation will follow, aftr which
the subject of reform In method of mort
gage foreclosure will be presented by J. N.
Clark of Hastings. Mr, Clark la a gentle
man of large experience In real estate loans.
'Better Tenant Laws," by A. 3. Purland of
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
City Oouncil Holds Boating Batinew Set-
lion aid Quiu Early.
H07T0R GETS THE GRADING BONDS
Caatrsu-ter Was IM4 tbe Work aa
Tweaty-Sereath Street Takes tbe
Obllsratleae ta Pay as His
Cans peasat lea.
minute response by A. J. Leach of Oak- Norfolk, will be followed by general dls-
eusslon of these several measures: The
enactment of legislation we want at the
coming legislature; how ahall we provide
for tbe pushing and securing of the seme?
Including new agricultural statistics law
and repeal of obnoxious commission con
Basy ea the Last Day.
Friday morning will be given over to a
discussion of the national Irrigation reser
voir system, annual election, trlpa to resi
dence portion of Omaha, Inspection of stock
yards and packing houses.
"The National Irrigation Reservoir Sys-
tern; Impressions of the Last National Irrl-
gatioa Congress," will be tbe subject han
dled by t. C. Smith of Beatrice, chairman
by appointment ot tbe National Irrigation
association of the Nebraska Irrigation com'
Then will come general business, report
of nominating committee, election of di
rector and officers' for IMS.
At 10 o'clock will be given a street car
ride aa the guests of the Omaha Real Es
tate exchange la the residence portion ot
Omaha and to th atock yards and packing
houses, starting in a body from the con
vention kali. Inspection ot the stock yards
and packing houses.
Friday afternoon, luncheon and after-din
er talks at South Omaha. Luncheon at
South Omaha as the guests ot Swift and
Company, packers, at their dining hall at
o'clock, followed by the following toast
"The Extreme Western Counties of the
State Their Great Range Cattle Industry,
Its Magnitude, Its Relation to the South
Omaha Packing Center." Response by
Hon. W. H. Reynolds of Chadron. 6enator
Reynolds Is at once a practical range cattle
man and real estate man.
Nebraska Corn Is King." Response by
Hon. Peter Jansen ot Jaaaen, raited States
commissioner to the Paris exposition.
The General Stock Interests." Response
by W. H. C. Kenyon. general manager of
the atock yards.
Apostrophe to the Hog th Hog Rules.'
Response by Alex O. Charlton of Omaha,
secretary of the Omaha Real Estate ex
Adjournment .of .th convention In time
for the afternoon Thomebound trains.
dale, Dr. Homer A. Hansen of Columbus
and J. A, Slater ot Mlnden, esr.h of whom
lll give a succinct account of real estate,
crop and business conditions, activities and
prices In his respective district, Mr. Leach,
an exceptionally well Informed veteran
real estate man, responding for the north
east district as far west as, and Including
Knox and Antelope counties; Dr. Hansen, a
successful investor in farm lands, speaking
for the east centra district aa far west and
including Boone, Nance and Merrick coun
ties; and Mr. Slater, a prominent real es
tate man, centrally located at Mlnden, re
sponding for the south central counties, In
cluding York, Fillmore and Thsyer on the
east and Phelps and Harlan on the west.
At i:45 "Our State Capital" an address
by Hon. H. H. Wilson of Lincoln, will be
delivered. Mr. Wilson la a very Interesting
descriptive speaker and will discuss the
capital city, It Institutions and business
Then will follow appointment of com
mittee on resolutions, on nominations and
aadltlng of association report, after which
will come the social hour.
Thursday forenoon will b homeseekers'
and investors' session. "What Nebraska
Has to Offer and How to Offer It" will be
At t o'clock will be delivered an address
on central Nebraska by Willis Cad well of
Broken Bow. The preaent crop, real es
tate and business conditions, land value
and activities and what thla district haa
tor tbe homeseeker and Investor, including
the counties of Greeley, Valley, Howard.
Sherman, Custer, Hall, Buffalo and Daw.
At :20 "The Distinctive Irrigated Dis
trict ot the State," the west central sec
tlon , frera North PUtt to Scott Bluff
county and between, will be the subject ot
an address by T. C. Patterson of North
Platte. - ,
At '40 "Southwestern Xebrsska" will be
considered in an addreaa by J. B. Kelley
ot McCoek, Ita crop, real eatate and bual
ness conditions and land values. Induce
ments 'to homeseekers, stockmen and In
vestor. The- ee unties of Ooaper, Furnas,
Frontier, Red Willow, Hayes, Hitchcock,
Dundy. Chase and Perkins.
ArPity-rsofitr-ocnrrBl-Nebraska. a Dii
tlnejlv Native Hay District." Address by
E. L. Myers of Newport. One of the great
eat hay markets la the union. Th coun
ties of Holt, 'Rock, Wheeler, Garfield, Keya
Pah k. Brown, Loup, Blaine, Cherry,
Thomae. Hooker and Grant.
At 10:24 will be given twenty minutes for
brief additional items of Information by in
dividuals from th foregoing district,
At 10:40 "Practical Ways and Mean of
Co-operation by tbe State In Bringing In
. Homeseekers, Investor and Industries'
all! be shown In an address by C. B. Wat
son. commissioner State Bureau ot Labor
"How May Immigration to Nebraaka be
. Promoted?" will be the subject of the ad
dress by E. A. Benson ot Omaha at 10:55
o'clock. Mr. Benson is a real estate man
of wide und extensive experience In bring
Ing land buyers to Nebraska and advertis
ing the state. This to be followed by thirty
minute for general discussion of Immlgra
tion and the advertising of th state.
"Immigration From the Standpoint of
the General Passenger Agent," aa ad
dress by J. R. Buchanan, general passen
ger agent Fremont. Elkhorn Mlaaouri
Valley railroad, will be given at 11:45.
. Haw tat Help Eaek Other.
On Thursday afternoon th aubject of or
ganised co-operative effort will be "consid
ered. "Some Waya and Meana In which i
Community Organlcatlou In Form of Cool
merclal Club or Real Estate Exchange Can
Advance the Interest! ot a Municipality and
It Surrounding Country," is an address by
' H. M. Bushnell of Lincoln, editor ot th
Lincoln Trad Review and member ot th
Lincoln L'nion Commercial club, t be de-
) Easy to take and easy to act Is
1 that famous little, pill DeWltt's
little Early Risers. This Is due t
the fact that they tonia th fiver In
stead of purrlnr, ji. .They never grip
nor sicken, not even the meet delicate
lady, and yet they arc so certain In
results that bo one who uses them Is
disappointed. They cure torpid liver,
constipation, biliousness. Jaundice,
headache, malaria and ward e(f pneu
monia and fevers.
- - - -r mMua sv
x. C. Dewrrr co., ckioaoo
TaaH rraet tka. lam
S bpvm s svifja mmtttwm
sal ( r" j ) THE I
Forty Kile, iwc la Me Each.
A SANTAELU & CO MAKERS
and Mrs. E. 8. HarrelL Twenty-third and
A dosen or more Are Insurance ed.1ute-s
were encased yesterday in flxlne ttaa loss
on the recent Boston store fire.
David Mulcahy, a former member of the
South Omaha police force, has been taken
to the hospital at Lincoln for treatment.
FUNCTIONS OF FIELD CLUB
Orgaalsatloa Festers All Sorts
Athletic "parts al Play
RELIGIOUS WORKERS TO MEET
Evaaeellstle Ceafereace laser Asa-
teee at Oeaerat Assembly at
An evangellstlo conference will be held
In the First Presbyterian church of Omaha
during the days and evenings of December
IS and It. The Barrlces will be conducted
by th evangellstlo committee ot the gen
era! assembly of the Presbyterian church
ot the United States. Among the prom
lnent visitor scheduled for these two daya
are: J. Wilbur Chapman, D. D.. aecretary
of the committee end a prominent pastor
ot New Tork City; John H. Converse, man
ager of the Baldwin Locomotive works, and
John Belcomb Shaw of New Tork. John
Converse la one of th most prominent
laymen la the Presbyterian church, and
e interested is he in the evangellatio work
that he not only spends considerable of
hi time, but for the last two year he
haa donated each, year a sum ot 125.000.
The Idea of the oommitt Is to carry on
campaign which will quicken the ac
tlvlty of th churches la th evangelistic
work, and It is their Intention to visit all
th larger cities la tbe United States. The
local commute la charge Is composed of
Rev. T. D. Moor of Westminster Presbyte
rian church. Rev. E. H. Jsnka of the First
church and Rev. Kerr of Bellerue col
lege. Invitations have been extended to
all people of any denomination to attend
Monday night's session of the city coun
cil was a very tame affair. Very little
business was transacted outside of the
Through W. C. Lambert, attorney, the
Interstate Independent Telephone company
accepted the franchise granted by the city
and the communication was placed on file.
August Miller, at one time acting aa
street foreman, put In a claim tor wages
and horse hire, which was referred to the
The council advertised that It would auc
tion off the bonds for the grading of
Twenty-seventh atreet. There was only
one bidder, Thomas Hoctor, who did th
grading, and his bid was accepted at par.
When it cam to the passing of an or
dinance for the laying of wooden sidewalks
on Twenty-seventh street Adkins wanted
the ordinance held over, as he claimed
that permanent sidewalk should be laid.
The ordinance was referred back to the
street and alley commute and it may be
that there will be a change In the original
The November salaries of the councllmen
were allowed ana a few minor claims
passed upon and then the council adjourned
until next Monday night.
Contrary to expectations the city coun
cil did not take any action on tbe proposed
cloalng of the Q street viaduct, neither did
it take any cognisance of the complaints
made about tbe vile odora from the pack
ing houses. It was reported that -some ac
tion toward appointing a charter revision
committee might be taken, but to the
surprise of those Interested the council
adjourned without any member bringing
Total Original Earallaseat.
At last night's meeting ot the Board ot
Education Superintendent McLean reported
the total original enrollment up to and
Including November 17: First grade, 65;
second. 641; third, 486; fourth. 503; fifth.
419; sixth, 321; seventh. 183; eighth, ISO.
In the high school there are 4 pupils In
tbe ninth grade, hi In the tenth grade,
n In the eleventh grade and SI in the
twelfth grade. Thla report was received
and placed en file.
Bllla to the amount of 115,000 were al
After a parley the contractor who 1
erecting tbe addltiona to the Lowell and
Albright schools received a part of the
money coming to him. The Christmas
holidays will commence on December 14 and
will last" until January i.
When It came to handling the bide re
ceived tor blackboards by Kubat, which
were decided irregular, all bids were re
jected and new bids will be advertised for.
The new bids will be placed in the hand
of the secretary of the board at the meet
ing of the board. There was some routine
business, but nothing of special Impor
Balldlaa; nearly Complete.
Yesterday afternoon workmen completed
the placing of the roof on the new Jetter
Brewing company stables. This building is
brick structure, built to hold twenty
teams and larce Quantities Of feed. With
th root on the contractors expect to com'
plete the building by th middle of the
present month. The total cost will be 110,-
000. Work on other buildings st the brew
ery has been delayed by the lack ot ma
terial, but as long aa the weather keeps
good the work on the new storehouse will
be kept up.
City Clerk's Steteaaeat.
City Clerk Shrlgley filed the following
statement with tbe council last night
Amount of the 1M)S levy, I133.6S5; balance
of 1901 levy, $5,066; received from Insur
ance company, $824; received from licenses,
1998. Total, $140,644. Amount drawn t
December 1. tl06.l. Thla leaves a bal
ance of $33,227. There remains but $60 In
the fire fund and only $8 In the general
fund. The salary fund contains $5.(11 and
the police fund $2,722. There 1 still quite
an amount In the Interest fund, hut this
will be used up before the end of the fls
eal year. There la practically nothing In
the Judgment fund and less than $500 In the
street repair fund.
Wlaalck Taraed Over.
Yesterday afternoon Chief ot Police
Brlggs turned over to th federal authori
ties at Fort Crook Anthony Wlnnick. Ac
cording to advices received by th chief
Wlnnick was on parole at Fort Sheridan,
111. He Jumped out and made his way west.
Descriptions were sent out by the com
mandant at Fort Sheridan and Wlnnick waa
arrested here. The chief understands that
there is a reward tor escaped government
prisoners and he and the officers Inter
ested will go after It.
Hsrry Morrill, as one of the enthusiastic
golfers of the Omaha Field club, arises to
take Irsue with tbe Interview given by
Lysle I. Abbott, another member, who
leans more toward other sports than golf,
and ventured a mild protest against the
proportionate expenditure made on golf by
the club, and who In that interview also
gave some hints aa to the effect In the
coming election of officers. Mr Morrill
"The name of Mr. Francis Is used In the
s-nse of being opposed to action and work
done thla year by the bosrd of msnsgers,
which is sn unwarranted use of his name
In thla connection and without foundation.
"The object and purpose of the board of
directors of an organisation, such as the
Omaha Field club. Is to promote all Inter
ests alike, slighting none nor favoring none,
except to the betterment of earh. Individu
ally and collectively. A close observer
will have seen that thla policy haa been
acted upon by the directors so far, and If
there Is any aspirant for office at the com
ing election of officers who haa an axe to
grind or a chip on his shoulder, for the
welfare of the Omaha Field club he should
be peremptorily turned down.
"In reference to Mr. Abbott, the base ball
aggregation haa not, as is known, had sny
complaint on file; nor have the tennis en
thusiast. Money has been given there ns
freely a haa been given any other branch
of sport represented and In accordance
with Its demand. It la true tbe golf links
require more by far than the other
branches. It Is also true that the golf en
thusiast pay a great deal more for his
privilege. But such questions as these are
not to be considered nor weighed. If we
would have a cosmopolitan organisation
such a we profess to be and have been.
"The club now boasts of first-class base
ball grounds, tennis courts unexcelled, a
cricket ground, the finest dancing pavilion
in the west, four of the latest Improved
bowling alleys and a golf ground which will
be. when completed, the best west of Chi
cago, and If we eliminate factional contro
versy we will succeed and excel In all. Any
sentiment that one branch should be pushed
to the detriment of the others should be
HORSERACE DATES ARE FIXED
Westers Jockey Clah Make Oat It
Schedule for tbe Cssilsi
CHICAGO, Dec. 1. At a meeting of the
board of stewarda of the Western Jockev
club held here today date for race meet
ings for 1903 were assigned as follows:
Crescent City, Jsnuary 1 to March 14;
New Louisiana, March 16 to March 21;
Arkansas, March 21 to March 2; New Mem
'phis. March SO to April 22; KInlock Park.
April lb to May 1; Lake Bide, April IS to
April if; Tennessee Breeders, April 23 to
May 2; New Louisville, Msy t to May 1;
St. Louis Fair, May 2 to June 2: Chicago,
May 23 to June 5; Ltonla, May HO to June
6; Harlem, June 6 to June 19; Detroit, June
8 to June 20; Waablngton Park, June 20 to
July 18; Delmar, June 29 to August 12;
Chicago. July 20 to August 1; Harlem. Au
gust S to August 15; Kinlock Park. August
11 to August 9; Chicago, August 17 to Au
gust 29; Harlem, August 81 to September 12;
Delmar, August u to October I; Chicago,
bepiemoer it to
September 28 to October t: St.
v 0L. iHia x nil .
October $ to October 81: Latonla, October
24 to November tt; Lake Side. November 2
to November 14; Crescent City, November
26 to December 31.
An assignment of dates asked for Mr P. J.
Carmody of Pt. Louis was refused.
Officers were elected as follows: Law
rence A. loung, chairman; George J.
Perkins, vice chairman: James Howard,
treasurer; George H. Kuhi, secretary and
A general meeting of members was also
held, at which aa amendment to tbe con
atltutlon and bylaws was adopted provid
ing for the holding ot the annual meeting
of members snd for the regular monthly
meetina of stewards- on the first Mondav
of December, Instead of the serond Monday.
Meagre. Young, reruns, iltageraid and
Montgomery were re-elected stewards to
serve for two years, i
RACES MOVE TO OAKLAND
Eaxrly Meat Week lagleslde
Will riaae for th
BAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 1. Favorites
scored on tour occasions at Ingleelde today.
president w imams announced tnat racing
will be transferred to Oakland on Monday,
January . It will be continued there up
to and Including February 6. The Hums
handicap will be run at lngleslde on Febru-
e meeting tn
a ere will end on
ary 7, and the meeting
First race, seven luriongs, selling: Jim
Dorli won. Decoy second, KJckumbob third.
Second race, one mile and a sixteenth:
Ball Room Belle won, Byronerdale aecond,
Esherln third. Time: l:08v
Third race, seven furlongs, selling: Bug-
den won. Mountebank second. Matt Hogan
third. Time: 1:2 V
Fourth race, six furlongs, selling: Jar-
retlerre D'Or won, Botany second. Father
Wentker third. Time: 1:154.
Fifth race, one mile: Duraxco won. II-
lowaho aecond. Marque third. Time: 1:42.
Sixth race, one mile and seventy yards.
Ulna: I rchln won. Expedient second.
Filibuster third Time: 1.47.
With the Bowlers.
The Germane won two out of three from
the Westerns on the Gate City alley last
W. Zitsman 346
Pall Jsdg aa Tsws Marshal
Flrea.eo Lssars ta Daasaa;
At S o'clock last eight a Jury in Judge
Slabaugb'i court found for th defendant
and fixed th amount ot recovery at $350 in
th case of Oeorge Nelson agalnat John
Negley, police Judge of Florence, and A.
Fenkeckeler and Jamea Brcnnan, hla sure
ties, and else agelnat Michael Dally, city
marshal, and J. S. Paul and Frank Rey
nolds, his sureties.
The suit was for false Imprisonment and
tbe amount asked was $1,000. The verdict
is accepted by the defendant as a dti
rouregement of Justice, as they were merely
discharging their duties according to their
lighta, they aay, and with Bo malice.
la thla petition Nelson averred that Neg
ley had him arrested by Dally la Novem
her of last year and kept him in Jail with
out . cause for forty hours, et the end ot
which time he secured his release by ha
beas corpua proceedings. In the answer
Negley averred that' Nelson had been tried
for aaaaalt sad battery ead found guilty;
that thereupon Nelson had ordered a trans
cript et the proceedlnga with th avowed
Intention of appealing, but that he never
called for the decument, and finally when
called Into police court to pay hla fine and
th polic court costs b refused to do se
and was accordingly seat to the Florentine
Hlh aa4 Seek Brakes.
While painting a house at Thirty-fifth
street and Maple evenue Oerar Wilson.
w ho reside In ins rear of 1221 South Twenty-fifth,
lost his footing and fell from the
ladder a distance of twenty-flva feet to the
groind. lie was taken Into the houso,
where he lay through, ih efteraoon In the
most agonising pain. At about o'clock
he was taken to the police station 'id at
tended to by Dra. liana and Mick, who
f und that two nbe ea the rtgal side and
hi beck were broken. Mr. Wtlaoa was re
moved to fit. Juh'iib t hospital, where be
ss now lying la a very wiuuai eeoditloa.
The firemen's relief fund has been In
creased $627 by the ball recently given
This makes quite a nest egg In the fund
From now on members who are la good
as i pTCft I standing will receive sick benefits, and it
mUkWltU , . . -Wll. A.tlm will ha 11n4
certain aura per month for expenses. The
funds ef the association ere depoalted In
one of the national banks here and a re
sponsible committee is in charge of dis
Mara Material Arrive.
Three cars containing material for the
McShane grading outfit at the atock yards
arrived yeaterday afternoon. The cars con
tained amall dirt ha-uling cars and other
machinery needed. Steam waa raised
under the big ahovels yeaterday afternoon
and It la expected that work will com
mence within the next few days. The tem
porary track to be uaed in healing the dirt
to Boyd street, where It will be wasted. Is
in positloa. This work will employ a
large number of men all winter. It Is es
timated tnat 130,000 yards of dirt will be
moved. When thla work la completed th
stock yards company will extend Its cattle
pens, thua greatly Increasing th capacity
of the prassnt yards.
The Ladles' Aid society of St. Martin's
auxiliary will hold a eale of fine weter col
or en Wednesday afteraoea and evening
end oa Thursday afternoon at the rectory,
Twenty-fourth end J street. Th works
ot srt to be exhibited are considered very
fine. The proceeds will go te the church.
All South Omaha people Interested la water
colors are Invited te attend this display.
Made Clly GmsIw.
a :v . i
138 1K 471 '
148 1 46 4.1S I X
165 1U 496
14 14s 144 '
164 141 1U 4Mi ".-.'
781 73 gU 2.S27
1st. 2d. sd. Total, j jt- yararC f
15 187 1 507 j f- fm I .. J
168 127 1 475 I J miwmmi
im err ai.i t B " I n ae aa aauTlaaauen.
ta 154 148 JMj jr
Ttu "752 "75 2T253 ! . '
vaiwu.u.Jt'.f.jsgt. m i!i.-i.iJlu u juwlx j
I made biscuits and yuywww from Preseo, , We en Iike4 (keen, ft certainly la neeflent. Il It
tbe beet I ewer need. There' drUcate las to tboea thaa FOB east get by th ordinary way.
Waahtagtsa, D. C. October asth, ssaa. (Stgaae) hwette Eaewa, ta I 1 1 II J af Pea. Hatoea A. MBaa.
What does your cook say?
Tbe H-O CaBQmj
No need for hard
coal, nor soft coal.
Sunshine and sum
mer, fruit and flow
ers, all winter long.
every day. Hotels
better than ever;
Thru staadard sleeper, Ostaha s Saa Fraadscst
aaDy. Thm tourist sleepers, Oauka ss Saa Fraaciace
ana Los Aagsles three times a weak.
Past lbs great sceaery of the Kocloat by daylight.
Copy oCattloraia Tsan, owe.
(torero PaM4ngr Agtnt,
la. B , -BBBi . aa.
Th new kind of General Arthur cigar 1
are bow ea sal.
I'M BUT lot nanSTSisi
trntauoa M aloaratioBj
of Basses Bare-arsa.
wia bwsa.-' rutaa, aaa o sshtaj
HttiUtUlt''iH or saa,
V 0. e. a. v, i V. -L.'fa
BEE WANT ADS.
Mr. W. S. Wttten of Chicago 1
Jthn Henry Lnechner is In Chicago look-
in sner ousinesa matters.
Grorg 11. Brewer left last night tor Chi
cago to te gone a couple of daa.
There ta a case of scarlet fever 1i the
Blink family, Fifteenth and Missouri
Purine the month of November forty-
e xr.i birtns were reported at tbe
Sanitary Inspector Jones tested sixteen
aam..oa or mil yesterday. He will make a
rri ri or tne teats later.
Mr. Emma Aiken returned to her home
la Iowa ter4y after a rftay with els.
ROTHENBERG & SCHL SS,
- KANSAS CITY. DI5TWBUTOHS.
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