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THE OMAHA DAILY llKEi THURSDAY, J1KUEMHER 18, 1902.
BLUFFS LINE IS ABSORBED
EteUn-.ict to t!it Effect Made After Meet
ing Held in that City.
CHANGE TO BE MADE THE FIRST OF YEAR
Raw Compan? to Bn Incorporated to
Onraa Both Omaba aad Cnnncll
Blaffa Street Rnllwnr
"The deal looking to ths consolidation of
ths Omaha and Council Bluffs electrlo
itrert railway systems baa been consum
mated." This waa the authoritative stats
ment made In Council Bluffi yesterdsy
afternoon after a conference of some of
(ha officials Interested. By tha firat of
the new year or shortly thereafter the con
trol of the Council Bluffs street railway
system will pass Into the hands of the new
company, . which will alaa control tha
Omaha 8treet railway . system.
Although the articles of Incorporation,
s far as Is known In that city, have not
yet been filed for record, a company has
1 been organized In Omaha under the name
- of the Omaha Council Bluffs Street
Railway company. This la the company
which will control the street railways of
both cities. Frank Murphy, president of
the Omaha street railway. It la stated, will
, be president of tha new company, which
will be financed by the Bellgmana af New
. Tork. Quy C. Barton Is now east com
pleting the details of tbe deal.
The Omaha at Council BluSa Street Rail
way company will acquire, it la aald, tha
Omaha street railway by purchase and con
trol of the Council Bluffs system by leas
ing the Omaha Council Railway and
Jlrldce company and tha Omaha, Council
. Bluffs V Suburban Railway company.
Must Keep UlNrri In Bluff.
The Oman Council Bluffs Railway
and Bridge company Is the older of the
two companies operating In Council Bluffs
and owns the bridge across the Missouri
between this olty and Omaha. This com-
' pany Is st present operating the Omaha,
Council Bluffs A Suburban Railway com
pany. The latter company owns the re
sort at Lake Manawa and tha line from
Sixteenth avenue to the lake. It took over
1 the franchise of the Council Bluffs, Lake
Manawa ft East Omaha Construction com
pany granted in 1897. Two years later a
doal wns effected whereby the Omaha &
Council Bluffs Railway and Bridge com
pany secured control of the suburban line,
since when the company has been aaid to
bo operating under the two franchises.
While the Omaha & Council Bluffs Street
Railway company will control and to all
Intents and purpose operate the street
railway system of Council Bluffs, It Is said
that separate offices will be maintained as
heretofore In Council Bluffs. This Is made
Imperative by the terms of the franchise
of the Suburban line, which requires that
during the full term of the franchise the
company shall maintain Ita principal offices
and place of business In Council Bluffs and
that at least tore of the members of its
directory and one-half of Its general offi
cers shall be citizens of Council Bluffs.
'" It Is not anticipated that the consollda
tlon of the street railways of the two
cities will affect Council Bluffa to any ap
preclable extent, as much of the business
of tha system there has for a number of
years past been transacted In Omaha, al
(hough offices have always been .main
lalned there.' For years the earnings of
the company have been dally taken to
Omaha and deposited in thu Omaha Na
tional banks, so tha change will be little
noticed there. .,,
.As to a possible change In the local man
agement when the new company assumes
control of the consolidated systems, noth
ing could be learned yesterday.
ENDORSE ROSEWATER PLAN
Proanrct Hill Improvement Club
Taken Firm Stand on Power
Rpfiolved, That It Is the sense of this
nun mat we heartily indorse the proponl
t loti of Mr. Roaewater to furnish cheap
power to the city of Omaha; that we de
mand of the members of the city council
that the ordinance anked by Mr. Kosewater
tie pasMed, and an opportunltw be given the
peovle to indorse the franchise asked.
That we condemn with equal contldence
the course of the members of the city
cumuli who may oppose this enterprise
uKnlnst the wish of the people and the
good of the city.
Tha above expression of sentiment waa
adopted unanimously by the members of
the Trcspect Hill Improvement club at Its
meeting held last night at Thirty-fourth
and Decatur streeta.
, Since the beginning of tbe agitation of
the Roaewater franchise, .about eight
; weeks ago, the matter has been constantly
discussed at the meetings of the club, and
this resolution was ths culmination of its
' Investigations and" the result of a desire
to give Ha opinions a tangible and public
form. The resolution was followed by an
' other adopted unanimously, that tha mem
bers of the club attend In a body the meet-
' Ing of the council next Tuesday night for
the purpose of backing up their resolution
In person. '
At the invitation of tbe club Mr. Andrew
, Roaewater was present for tha purpose of
answering questions and discussing points
of tha franchise not clear In the minds of
, tha members. .
As a aide Issue, the city engineer was
called to account for not having a culvert
repaired which had been promised. This
i was explained by Mr. Roaewater on ac
count .of lack of funds set aside for the
' purpose. The club also discussed ths prop,
ositlon of a complete sewer service for
Little Liver Pills.
Must Bar Signature f
that section of tha clfy, and Mr. Rosewaler
detailed, at tha club's request, the best
route by which that sewer could be laid
according to maps and plana which had
been laid out by the city.
It was decided by the club thst Edward
J. Cornish be Invited to discuss the subleot
of parka and boulevards at the regular
meeting of tbe club next Wednesday night
About fifty were present at last nights
as Pac-SinUto Wrapper
Yy email ana aa
rsi TCIPI9 uvei.
SEVEN CASES OF BURGLARY
vat Detective Dana Claims to Have
Against Prisoner James
James Campbell, the alleged burglar, who
waa arrested by Officer Dunning, will be
held at police headquarters until the off!
cers have made a thorough investigation
of his record. Up to the present time De
tective Dunn claims that the evidence gath
ered connects Campbell with seven thefts,
the most Important being tha one for which
ha waa arrested, the theft of three coffee
urns, valued at $300, which he Is said to
have ruined and then sold the metal for
Among the burglaries with which Camp
bell la charged are: Her Grand hotel
theft. In which he is said to have secured
a drayman and hauled his plunder away
In tha early evening to a pawn shop; car
penter tools from 1402 Douglas, 1202 Doug
las and 12 U Jones street, then of brass
valves from the Fairbanks, Morse & Co.'s
store and another In South Omaha. lie has
served time for burglary. Detective Dunn
claims, and Is a cocaine fiend.
COST OF TUCKER'S CURIOSITY
Fifty Dollars aad Thirty Days In Jail
; for Monkeying- with a Oreea
J. W. Tucker, a fsrmer of Seward county.
got Into trouble from the same cause
which the proverb reports killed a cat,
and, according to his story In the federal
court, It waa "mere curiosity" which lead
him to send an order for counterfeit money
to an eastern "green goods" Arm. The
desire to satisfy his curiosity cost hlra
a fine of J 50 and a thirty days' term In jail.
Judge Munger, in pronouncing sentence,
stated that he wished to give him the
benefit of the doubt, but In view of the
fact that Tucker confessed to having writ
ten a letter calling for a quantity of
counterfeit money, tha weight of evidence
showed him guilty of using the malls with
an Intent to defraud. Aa a consequence
of the farmer's having a family and this
being his first offence, no heavier sentence
GREATNESS OF NEBRASKA
(Continued from First rage.)
MUSJL tlOK UtABACKJft.
would be mere wage earners. There Is
probsbly a greater Dronnrtlon of tha nennla
of Nebraska who can have a note for '$lu0
cKBrieu ai me nariK tnan any other state
of the Union. We have not so many who
could draw checks for millions, but our
wealth is more evenly divided, in Ne
braska, with the vast mntnrltv nf nennla
on the farms, class distinctions are not
generally possible, and this is another
leaiure or our strength. Every man who
gets title to land has given hostage to the
laws, ana no inntantlc lrtenn which grow
up among a landless people can ..have
growth In Nebraska as long as the land
is so well distributed.
This prosperity is the foundation of the
cities of Nebraska. Lincoln is not quite as
old as the state of Nebraska. There wasn't
a place In Nebraska good enough for the
capital of the state, so a commission was
sent out to locate Lincoln. I know of no
other state capital which has so many
sute institutions located within Its bor
ders. We are a mighty smart set in Lin
coln. - We make money trading with our
selves, and we are bow beginning to real
ise upon our figure. Lincoln Is becoming
a city of homes where live some of the
best people of the state, who have moved
their families there to take advantage of
educational and social facilities. Probably
our greatest institution is the state un
versity, which has really grown ahead of
the state, and It Is all the better for the
reason that it is supported by the people
at large and not by any on person or
society. By its experiments and Investiga
tion It Is paying back to the farmer today
more than has ever been spent upon it.
At the close of this address tbe secretary
made a partial report of the work of 1902,
with especial reference to advance work for
1903. Ths flsst work planned by the direc
tors Is the present convention, the second
the year book; third, the securing of de
aired legislation; fourth, the organization
of district and local associations; fifth, the
establishment of a press bureau to adver
tise tbe state. The report asked for $2,000
for the work of 1903, this fund to be raised
from membership fee and advertising in ths
The report waa received Informally and
the selection of committees waa announced
On Resolutions Willis Cadwell of Broken
Bow, W. H. Cowglll of Holdrege, B. A.
Benson of Omaha. J. W. McDonald of Lin
coln, J. O. Preston of Oxford, S. C. Smith
of Beatrice. William Campbell of Nellgh.
On Auditing of Accounts G. 8. Benawa,
T. K. Benison of Coiad, W. I. Farley of
On Nominations A. r. Tukey, John S.
Reed of Lincoln, T. O. Patterson of North
Platte. D. T. Phillips of Kearney, W. K.
Nellor of Loup City, T. L. Porter of Alma.
I-ein Tlhbltts of Hastings. H. U Keefe of
West Point, W. H. Sampson, sr., of Grand
The assembly room presented the appear
ance of a photographic display room. One
of the most attractive of the displays was
from Dawson county, brought In by H. C.
McKlbbln of Lexington. These photographs
showed homes of the county, crops pro
duced by Irrigation and live atock et the
open range. Another set, principally de
voted to showing the fine farm homes cams
from Kearney county. Garvin Bros, showed
views of Omaha, taken at various times
from 1866. The railroad advertising was in
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Charter Revision Committeemen are Dis
cuRMng Their Tail.
MAYOR TO CALL PUBLIC MEETING SOON
Subcommittees to Re Appointed Then
aad the Real Work Reajaa '
Arsjamenta of Those Who
Tuo aiaaal ot ulJtress.
Whitee of eyea and skin yellow show
liver trouble and Jaundice. Dr. King's New
Life Pllla cure or no pay. Only 2oc For
sale by Kuhn Co.
Ahamo Auxiliary's Ball.
At Oermsnia hall last night the members
of Ahlmo Ladlett' auxiliary to Typograph
ical union No. 1W and Uielr friends ilanred
through an enjoyable and varied program
of seventeen numbers. The affair w;s
under the direction of a committee consist
ing of Merdames H. O Matthes, Frank A
Kennedy and Charles Matthews. The Nnni
committee consisted of Messrs. K. Q Bnutn.
n. Mxutim, r. a. enneuy, cnarles Mat
thews, Junirs Southard and Bert Cox. Tho
proceeds of the dance will go toward the
purchase of Christmas presents for the In
matta of the National Home for Aged and
Indigent Printers at Colorado Springs.
THE IIKUTV MARKET,
INSTRT7MENT8 placsd on record Wednes
day, December 17;
Leonard Lee to C. R. Lee, trustee, lot
t, block 2, Albright's Annex l
Davenport Savings bank tu Helen
Aub. unJ!v4 lot 1, block US. Oman t 000
AUrt Horchman snd wife to A. K.
Hamueltton, lot I, block 3, Bvmls
R. M. fug. executor, to L. E. Phillips. -
r cv ui v w icri ui l Hi I ft I Jul
1!. Barker s allotment m
J. B. McKltrick to U K. Phllllpa, e
zv leei or e ti reel or. a iu leel iui 12,
Barker's allotment i
Omaha Kealty company to Isaac '
Katt'lman, a 1-3 lot 4, block Hi,
W. C. Crane and wife to Louis Jable-
rnik. n W frt lot 15. block 15, I in- '
pruvement association add 1.400
Chemical National bank, to F. D.
WeJ, lots 10 to 14. bloc, t, Brlgga'
Total amount of transfers.!."...'.,
While the charter revision committee
win not meet until neit week. A number
of the members of the committee have con
ferred together and some of the points to
be brought up have been Informally dis
cussed. In the first place, there Is the
taking op of the overlap, which now
amounta to 3T0.00O. Interest is being paid
on this overlap at the rate of 6 per cent.
and It Is asserted that if the municipality
Is given permission to vote bonds the rate
of Intereet can be reduced to 5 per cent
and the city receive a premium on tho
Then again, there Is the old story of not
enough money to properly equip the Bra
and police departments. There Is au over
lap In these funds each year and a larger
levy Is to be asked for.
Some changes In the laws regulating
sewers will be suggested. As It Is now, the
city la powerless to Issue bonds for sewers,
only warrants being allowed. Should a
change be made so that bonds could be
Issued, It Is thought that there would be
an Immediate enlargement of tbe present
It Is presumed that Mayor Koutsky will
call a public meeting some time next week,
when subcommittees will be appointed, and
then the real work ot charter revision will
commence. When the proposed amend
ments are completed It la thought that a
committee may be sent to Lincoln to push
the amendments through the legislature.
While many of the members of the com
mittee admit that some changes are needed,
there is little interest manifest, but some
suggestions will be made doubtless by the
committee as named by the mayor.
Do Not Obey Orders.
In the matter of cleaning sidewalks,
property owners and business men are neg
ligent. Police officers on beats have put In
a portion of their time since the last snow
fall in notifying persona In tbe business
portion of the city to clean their walks.
In some portions of the city the walks In
front of residences have been cleaned, but
an Inspection made yesterday afternoon
shows that there has been general neglect
on the part of the property owners. Mayor
Koutsky Is not Inclined to enforce the pre
vailing ordinances to their full extent, as
he thought that a warning would be enough.
This warning seema to have been futllo
and now police officers will be ordered to
enforce the law.
Jndare Agrnevr Honored.
Judge Frank A. Agnew has been notified
of his appointment on the staff of the commander-in-chief
of the Sons of Veterans,
General Martin of Indianapolis, Ind., mak
ing the appointment. In speaking of his
appointment Colonel Agnew Bald that It Is
an honor conferred on one or two members
of the order in each state where the order
exists. Some years ago the Sons of Vet
erans in South Omaha maintained a first
class lodge, but lack ot interest caused It
practically to disband. With the appoint
ment of one of the prominent members of
the order on the staff of the commander-in-chief
it Is thought that a new organization
here will be perfected.
Mnly Gettlna- Better.
Joseph J. Maly, at one time city clerk
of South Omaha, Is recovering from his Ill
ness which has confined hlra to bis home
for two years past. Mr. Maly is now figur
ing on starting in business at Twenty-
fourth and Q streets. Ha proposes selling
cigars. It will be necessary for him to
have a helper who will wheel him about.
Milk Licenses Dne.
All milk licenses are due on January 1.
It will be necessary for those who peddle
milk, and also for all proprietors of milk
depots, to provide themselves with the
license demanded by the city, or else sub
ject themselves to a fine. All of this is
prescribed by ordinanco. Money from such
licenses must be paid into the office of tbe
city treasurer before the Inspector will
Issue a license.
' Still Doing; Business.
E. A. Cudahy of the Cudahy Packing
company said to a Bee reporter last night
that he wes receiving coal right along and
that ho now had two days' supply on hand.
Mr. Howe, general manager of the Armour
company here, said that he had enough to
last him a couple of days. There has been
some delay on the part of the southern
roads In delivering coal destined for the
packers here, but it la expected thre will
be plenty of steam coal here by the end ot
the week. There seema to be no danger
now of the packers shutting down on ac
count of a shortage of coal.
Annoying; Postolllce Officiate.
Children attending the Central school
have resumed the practice of meeting in
the corridors of the postofllce and some
times they go so far as to romp and cut
capers, which greatly annoy the special
policeman on duty. A warning doea not
seem to do any good, bu( If the practice Is
not stopped the police will be compelled
to make an example ot aomecne. Girls
who are old enough to know better are the
worst, said ths officer on duty.
The South Omaha Hospital association
has elected these officers: Mrs. C. L. Tal
bot, president; Mrs. George H. Brewer,
first vice president; Mrs. W. 8. Babcock,
second vice president; Mrs. Josephine Car
roll, secretary; Mrs. Otto Maurer, treas
urer. Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. Hastings
were chosen suditors. The officers and the
auditors constitute the directorate. Arti
cles of Incorporation are being prepared
and it Is expected that by January 1 the
Institution will be djjy Incorporated.
Preparations are also being made for a
reception to be held at the hosprtal on New
Brhool Work Delayed.
Work on the city school bulldlnes now
under construction is being delayed by the
ccld weather. It was expected that the
addition to the AlbrlRht school would be
ready fcr occupancy by January 1. but as
the cold wrathr has put a stop to thi
plastering there Is na tolling when the
building will be completed. It la the same
with the sddltion to the Lowell school, ex
cept that this building Is not so far ad
vanced as the Albright. With any kind of
good weather It Is figured that both addi
tions can be made habitable by February 1.
Water Bill Filed.
The Omaha Water company hat filed Its
bill for hydrants for the period from June
80. 1M2. until December 81, 192. This bill
csllb for $6,075. Ai there Is no n-.on-y in
the water fund at the present Ume, the
bill will be placed on file by ths council
and payment will be made as soon aa funcs
are available.' Meantime the water com
pany will keep lta hydrants open, but will
not lay any more mains or place any addi
Blaajle City Gossip.
6tephen Vols Is slowly recovering from a
The Taxpayers' league will meet tonight
at the usual place.
J. aits Chens and wife claim to be con
ducting a gospel mission at Twentieth and
Walter Zerbe of Abilene, Kan., Is hers
visiting his brother Charles Zerbe.
The degree staff ot the Modern Brother
hood of America has been called to meet
on Friday evening.
A petition la out for the laving of a sewer
In the alley between Twenty-sixth and
Twenty-seventh streets, from A to 11
Mrs. Glynn, BIS North Twenty-fifth street.
Is suffering considerably by reason of a
broken limb caused by being' thruwn out of
John Flynn Is at the sanitarium In Lin
coln, where he Is taking baths for rheu
matism. He writes The Bee that he feels
some relief from the treatment and hopes
to return home soon.
CHARGE FRAUD TO BOOKIES
Kew Orleans Stewards Hold Betting;
Firm Responsible for Dis
NEW ORLEANS. Pec. 17-In the Investi
gation touching the case of W. Hicks, who
was suspended yesterdsv. the stewards
have implicated the bnoktnaklng firm of
Stitxel Ac Ureter as the alleged Instigator
of the boys questionable work in the
snddle. They have, therefore, suKgested to
Mr. Bush, steward of the Western Jockey
club, that W. Stitxel and F. J. Orefer,
operating under the title of the Iowa cluh,
be ruled off the turf. The stewards also
suggest that the suspension of the Jockey
and his employers, Hatfield & Ownoy, be
continued and Hicks be denied ail privi
leges. The weather was clear and the track
heavy. Tlllo was the only beaten favor. te.
First race, six furlongs; 8uburhan Queen
won, Lord Touchwood second, Rankin
third. Time: 1:17.
Second race, seven furlongs: Albert C
won, Charles Ramsey second, Judge Magee
third. Time: 1:34 1-6.
Third race, six furlongs: The I.ady won,
Shoo Fly second, Fair Lass third. Time:
Fourth race, six furlongs: Kltnnnlng
won, Frank Foster second. Pride of Galore
third. Time: 1:17 2-5.
Fifth race, one mile snd an eighth:
Scotch Plaid won. Erne second, Trocadero
third. Time: 2:021-5.
Sixth race, seven furlongs: Plavllke won,
Jerry Hunt second, Aratoma third. Time:
INGLESIDE FAVORITES WIN
Fonr Horses Picked by Popnlaco and
Two Second Cholera Cross .
SAN FRANCISCO, Dee. 17.-The book
makers were hit hard at IusleuMe today,
four favorites and two second choices win
ning. There were several close flilshes. In
the fifth event Ada N beat Ned Dennis by
Weather clear; track heavy.
First race, three-auartera nf a mile' Rnl
I.lchtensteln won, Estedo second, 3elle
Street third. Time: 1:194.
Second race, nve-elghthe of a mile: Salver
won, Quatre second, Dotterel third. Time:
Third race, three-auartera nf a mllo'
Muresca won, Azarlne second, Glendennlng
third. Time: 1:18.
Fourth race, one mile, selling: Dunblane
won. Bill Massie second. Urchin third.
Fifth race, seven-eiehths of a mile: Ad
N won, Ned Dennis second. Assessment
third. Time: 131V4.
Sixth rsce. one mile, sellinr: Bvron won.
Warner second. The Major third. Time:
With the Bowlers.
On Clark's allevs last nlirht tha Rank
Clerks were defeated by the Gate City
GATE CITT JUNIORS.
1st. 2d. Sd. Total.
Welty 170 19,1 163 62
Sievers 147 212 144 5t3
Howard 1?S 146 158 4W
Martin 167 2"5 164 6.IS
Hull 1& 123 179 468
Totals 7M 871 "a 2453
1st. zd. 8d. Total.
Neale 216 1S . 142 628
Zimmerman 142 1S7 157 4S
Johnson i. .120 Ill 137 378
Eidson .-..115 J27 118 Srt
Yoder 1..I8J 189 166 647
Totals 785 "792 7lij
The Armour tk Co. accounting department
was defeated by the sales department.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Pollard 116 170 139 425
Culp 114 K4 1 38 354
Milins 99 79 111 3!9
Bulla 92 116 8'J 297
Furay 157 144 182 483
Totals 678 613 6S9 LS80
1st. 2d. Sd. Total.
Hanchett 5 98 88 281 :
Myers 84 99 162 345
Shearer 109 115 109 833
Moe 11!6 94 89 3 !)
Johnson 138 154 154 446
TotalB 552 660 602 1J14 I
All-Amerlenns at Colnmbns.
COLUMBUS. Neb.. Dec. 17.-Followlng Is
the score In the match game between the
All-American and Columbus bowlers:
r 1- 2- 3- 4. 6. Tot.
Wolf 179 107 130 174 216 868
Peterson 195 199 195 155 138 88
Voorhles Iu6 218 19i 172 152 921
1. 2. 3.
American League Meeting; Called.
CHICAGO, Dec. 17.-The annual meeting
of the American league will be held In
Chicago, probably next Monday, and the
fillet conference between tha peace commit
tees of the rival leagues will be held In
Cincinnati on January 5. Mr. Johnaon be
lieves a satisfactory compromine can be
reached, but declines to talk in advance of
the probable terms. There will be two
leagues and not a consolidation into a
twelve-league club circuit.
Dnbnque Gets Ball Franchise,
DUBUQUE. Ia., Dec. 17 President Sex
ton of the Three-1 league tonight awarded
a franchise to Dubutiue.
OUTPUT OF PACKING HOUSES
Marketing; ot Hoars Shows a Decrease
as Compared with Preceding;
CINCINNATI. Dec. 17. (Special Tele
gram.) The Price Current says: The mar
keting of hogs has not been fully main
tained. The totrl western packing Is 575,
000. compared with 195,000 the preceding
week and 735.000 last year. Since November
10 the total is 3,470,000, against 4,505,000 a
year ago. Prominent places compare as
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Sioux City ...
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