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NATIONALS WIN FIRST GAME CLAUDE w,NSJiE Tennessee
NO QUORUM OF THE COUNCIL
Farmer Jlaa Comes la Derby,
Tkae Fore la a- -raewrlla te
EWi Chios goan Ht fan with
fa Bourke'i Cmah&ns. ' -'
Mr. Motint Mysteriously TJi'apjears When
Fifth Member Enter.
THE OMAITA DAILY HEE: WKDNKSDAY, A PHIL 8. 103.
LOCALS UNABLE TO GET SINGLE TALLY
Vnndcrra, f'blOKa'D Sew Pltcfcer from
Inlvrmllr of Illinois, ProTrt
Passle te the Ratter of
Frank Selee'a Rationale of Chicago spent
a merry rVnur and a half , yesterday after-,
noon doing' some . thing to Papa lUU'a
children., . They simply had thing thir
own way because the home boy didn't
have their batting rag with them. In ihs
nine Innings they only managed to acrape
up three meanly hits, al) of which they
(tot oil of Welmer. , Lundgren. the new
pitcher, who balls from the University of
Illinois, waa a problem for the boya anl
they failed to fret a single hit off ot him In
In the Brit half of the third Chicago
began Its run getting. Lowe singled aad
Ifanlon batted out a hot one to Dolan, who
threw to Stewart, cutting off Lowe at set
ond. Then Hanlon atole second and third
and Welmer got his baae on balls. Then
the foolish work, began for Omaha.
Welmer started' to steal second and Go r, fl
ing threw the tall across to Stewart and
Wright apd Stewart had htm between
, them,' Meanwhile Hanlon waa forced to
bug third tightly, and Stewart threw the
ball to Wright, who waa too alow In getting
It down to "Jawnle" to cut the stranger
off at home. That waa the last of the
scoring for the Inning, as Jones struck
out and Slaglo flew out to Carter. ,
Chicago Continues to Score,
In the fourth Chicago added another
tally, Dob be reaching . first on fielders'
choice, going to second on a passed ball
and coming home on Evers- single. Two
more were added 'In the sixth after two
men were out.. Kllng touched up one
Henderson's special brand and sent It
cavorting over Oenln's head and against
the fence. Oenlns hurried It back In time
to atop the giver at third. Then Dobbs'
took a falf out of the ball and gathered In
three bases through the handywork of Mr.
Weldy, the Superior wonder, who sadly
' misjudged It and let It go by him. That
scored Kllng, and Dobbs followed him over
the plate a minute later, when the effete
Tinker drew a single out of the wheel. A
moment later he tried to steal second tinder
"Janle" Oondlng's eyes and -had his
pleasure nipped In the bud.
Then Johnson stepped Into the box for
Omaha and tried his hand at stopping the
massacre. The first time they met htm and
his curves they took one little run and
i then they landed on him In the next tuning
.. and took a three-bagger and a single out
of him, which he helped along with a baae
on balls and bv hlttlne two more men.
"Cbd" Stewart and Ooodlu tried to aton '
a man on flrBt from stealing second while
there was a man on third, and again the
man on third scored. In the ninth Full
mer was put In to catch, but had no op-,
portunity to do anything.
The same teams play this afternoon at
Vinton street park and Papa Bill's boya
promise to redeem, themselves by smashing
the ball over the lot. Game called at 1:80.
Jones, rf 6 . , 0
Blagle, If.. 5
Kllng. c '.. I
Dobbs, rf ........ S
'linker, 3b..,, 4
Ever, en..' I
J.ow, 2b 4
Hanlon. lb S
Welmer. p vm-friLfJ
Lundgren, p .' 0
MEMPHIS. Tenn , April t-The Tennes
see lerby, at one mile ami an eighth, the
rlrheet stake of the Memphis Jockey club,
was won this afternoon by M. J. Daly's
colt. Claude, the California Irby winner,
by Lls4k-I,lria H., In a canter by half a
snirn length. Farmer Jim, an added
starter. tlnlshd eeoond. two length be
fore the odds-on favor'te, Rightful.
Iesplte the weaher conditions an enor
mous crowd witnessed the race. Kaln
fell throughout the morning and left the
trark in a muddy condition.
The lierby was called at 4 and etx horses
fared the starter. Tracy was ratchtd
and Farmer Jim waa added an hour bi-for
the race. Rlahtful held at the cloee odds
of 1 to I. whiln Claude waa second choice
at threw. Hanter and Farmer Jim sold
at tens, while Penator Morrison and Judge
11 1 men. the Ellleon entry, were the out
siders at lontj odds.
To a good start Claude snowen in rroni.
cloeely followed by Judge Hlmee and
Klahtful. rasslng tne eianc junge Mimes
Resumed the lend, but Daly, on Claude,
kept close behind. Turning tip tne Daca
stretch Judge IHmea cut out the pace ani
held the had until the far turn u
reached, when Claude, without effort, ehot
forward and won In a canter.
Only two or tne six favorites won.
Nearest, at odda-on, beat Daddy Bender
a length. The second race, at six furlongs,
was won nanauy ny Bummer u, wm.v
Autumn Leaves secured the place.
8am Hlldreth's Thane, ridden Dy runer,
cored hla eleventh successive victory by
beating Rankin in the third event. Censor,
well handled by Fuller, won the fifth race.
In the last race jockey coMjrn acorea mi
first win atnee his reinstatement by riding
Fay The' Fiddler to victory at long oidj.
First, seven and a half furlongs, selling:
Nearest, H (Fuller), to , won: Daddy
Kender, W (Mclntyre). 1 to 1, second; In
solence, M (Scully), SO to 1. third. Time:
Scond. nix furlonas: Bummer II. 91
(Phillips), 12 to I, won; Autumn Iavea, ltrt
(Helaerson). 8 to t. second; Optional, W
. Kullnrl 4 In fi third. Time: liltW.
Third, one mile: Thane. .108 (Fuller). 2
to 6. won; Rankin, 99 (Phillips), t to 1, sec
ond; Kenova, 13 (Helgerson), 7 to 1, third.
Fourth, one mile and an eighth, Tennes
see Derby. H.000 added: Claude, 21 (J.
Daly). 1 to 1, won; Farmer Jim. 1-2
(Henry), 10 to 1. second; Rightful, 122 (Bull
man i. 1 to 2, third. Time: l:5'y
Fifth, six furlongs: Censor. 191 (Fuller),
8 to 2. won; If You Dare, 111 (Henry). 12
to 1, eecond: Bard of Avon, 110 (Mclntyre),
40 to 1, th rd. Time: 1:17.
Sixth, one mile: Pay The Fiddler, 108
(Coburn), tf to 1, won; Mrs. Orannon, 16
(T Wean), 40 to 1, second; Pambo, 111
(Fuller), 4 to 6, third. Time: 1:46ft. ,
IB. PO. A.
, ; by Henrlerxon, i); by Johnson, I. liases
on balls: utT welmer. i; on iienaerson, i;
off Johnson,. 1. Hit by pitched ball: By
,. Johnson. 1. Passed ball: Oondlng. Time of
game: i:au. empire: jveun. .
, . 0
Mrs. Frank Faster Beaten at Last.
WASHINGTON. April 7. Promise of big
fields and excellent vport were spoiled In
part at Bennlngs today by a bad track.
The going was heavy and consequently li
the six races there wer- twenty-three
scratches. Four favorites ana two heavily
played second choices won. Tlie upset of
the day was In the sixth race. In which
Benckart, backed for a fortune to win,
ran third. ,
Mrs. Frank Foster, with Redfern Up, wai
beaten for the first time at this meeting
In the fourth race. Bha tu a 1 to 2
favorite, but Glorlosa, the second choice,
won in a hard drive jy a acant half length.
First, selling, seven furlongs: Ben How
ard, 98 (E. Walsh), 4 to 1, won; Alado. I'M
(Burton), 6 to 1, second; Nuptial, 93 (Chap
pelle). 15 to 1, third. Time. 1:312-5.
Second, four furlongs: Peter Taul. Ill
(Burns), 7 to 10, won; Petunia, 114 (Odom),
16 to 6 and 4 to &. eecond; . Spring, 110
(Haack), to 1, third, lime: 0:51.'
Third, maiden hurdle race, one mile and
a half over six flights of hurdles: Olbeon
Light. 135 (Mara), to 10, won; Ben Bat
tle, 149 (Donahue), 6 to 2, second: Wlllard
J . 149 (Bernhardt), 4 to I, third. Time:
Fourth, six furlong: Glorlosa, 96
(Haack). 11 to 6. won: Mrs. Frank Foster.
lie (Redfern), 1 to 2, second; Sir Chrlsio
Dher. 117 (Lewis). 40 to L third. Time: 1:06.
Fifth, five furlongs: Shrine. 96 (Red
fern). 11 to 10. won: Merriment. 106 (Blake)
12 to 1, second: Midnight Chimes. 107 (Mo-
uairerty), a to l, tmro. Time: i:tH.
Sixth, one mile and fifty yards, selling:
Knight of the Darter, 110 (Minder), 7 to 2.
won; Benckart, lot (Haack), to t, second;
H. I ColemaJi, lio (Odom), a to l, tnira.
Time: 1:49. v
Coald Not Stand to Los.
; HURON,'" 6. : D.,- April J7: (Special ele-
gram. The dead body of Jens J. Bagger,
who came here a few months since to visit
a. married daughter, waa found In a field
near the city this afternoon. He had
lawsuit In court here Monday afternoon In
which he lost. He left th courtroom
about o'clock, much enraged and later
made threats against the opposing party.
When found the revolver was close by and
hla faee Indicated that the gun had been
placed In his mouth and discharged. He
was about 60 and ha a wife and daughter
hlte: Kllng, Dobba. Slagle.
Hy Wtlmer. 4; by Lundgren
CALL OF THE HOUSE FAILS TO PRODUCE
Ordlaanee for Bond Isaac to Parcbaae
r Balld l.labt Plant Therefore
Falls to Get Before City
The mysterious disappearance of Council
man Mount last night prevented a council
quorum, and after extending a call of the
house for one hour the four member
present adjourned. The municipal elec
tric light ordinance, therefore, was not In
troduced. How Councilman Mount got
away must forever remain an unanswered
question unlesa he choose to make It
clear. He was the first man In the cham
ber, arriving before 3. Zimman cam In
and later Hoye, Burkley and Lobeck in
the order named. Mount had been fusalng
over some papers at hi desk and had not
removed hi bat or overcoat.
When Lobeck arrived there were a good
many persons Inside the council rail and
the serving Of more restraining orders In
the Rosewater electric ordinance matter
caused a flush of confusion. Two minute I
after Lobeck appeared nothing could be
seen of Mount. A hurried search waa road-i
for him, but h had left no track. The
elevator conductor had not seen htm leave.
nor had anyone else.
Order Call of Hoaae.
City Clerk Elbourn called the council
to order at 8:20, President Karr, Hascall,
Trostler, Mount and Wbltehorn being ab
sent. The four member present, Burkley,
Hoye, Zimman and Lobeck ordered a call
of the bouse and the city clerk to search
for absentees upon the motion of Zimman.
The city clerk immediately Issued sub
poenas for the missing five and Clerks
Greenleaf and Walkup were dispatched to I
serve the paper. At 9:20 they had not
returned and on the motion of Zimman the
call was rained and everybody went home.
Therefore the ordinance proposing to let
the people say whether they should own
their electrlo plant was not Introduced.
It I now loo late to have it aubmltted at
the May flection unless a special meet
ing I held before next Tuesday.
Another Restraining Order.
The prevalence of the New Omaha
Thomson-Houston Electric Light - com
pany, which waa represented by two keen
observers, was further shown by the serv
ice upon the councllmen of a aupplemental
restraining order forbidding the body to
pass the Roaewater franchise ordinance
No 2 introduced on the night of March 27
and now being published. The order was
signed by Judge Dickinson and reads a
Upon reading the supplemental petition et
the plaintiff duly vended, and for good
cause shown. It Is hereby ordered that the
Injunction heretofore issued in said action
be amended and extended and that a aup
plemental restraining order be granted
herein enjoining the defendants and each
of them from passing or attempting to
pass an ordinance known as document no.
6f0, Introduced before the city council March
27, and from taking any steps in relation
to the passaK of the aame or the calling
of an election under said pretended ordi
nance until further order of the court
upon the giving of bond In the sum of
1600, and the hearing on application, for
temporary Injunction be set before me at
court room ino. 1 at s:o a. m., luesaay,
Naah Slgrns the Bond.
la the previous case a bonding company
waa the surety, but In this action Presi
dent Nash- ot the electric light company
unmasks himself and signs th bond.
The supplemental petition relate that J
the new ordinance I In substance the am
a the old ordinance; that the defendant
pretend the prevlou injunction does not
restrain the council from actlug'on th
new one, particularly If Andrew Rosewater
resigns his office a city engineer prior to
final action, and that the council will paa
the new ordinance unless restrained.
Appoints Health Board Member.
PIERRE, S. D.. April 7. (Special Tele
gram.) Oovernor Herreld today appointed
Dr. H. A. Peabody ot Webster as a member
ot the state board ot health to fill a va
cancy caused by the reaignatlon of Dr. H.
B. McNutt of Aberdeen.
1 Lrr- r. -a 1 nt
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exercise is natural and rest is the remedv. hut
there is tin exhaustion without physical exertion
and a tired never-rested feeling- a weariness with -
vut i, witt 10 uumiiuii sou sjuowB Home Sen- el r.TifsKijkA iia b,
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Sleep couies to the tired, never-rested, bod v. ,
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i W. Ninth 84., OolujiaTTonn.
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Adds one more pleasure to life, pleasing the
palate, refreshing and resting the weary body,
quieting the nerves. It is without a peer in the
world of beers. Made by
JOHN GUND BREWING CO., LaCreaa. Wla.
Telephones 2344 and A2943.
v Omaha Hrancli, 207 8. 13th r?t
Hsroa Vote for Ideenae.
HURON, 8. D., April 7. (Special TeUj-
gram.) J. A. Cleaver wan re-elected mayor
at the municipal election here today. The
aldermen are: J. N. Shelton, J. T. Baker,
Ed J. Miller, J. C. Cogswell. J. T. Ohlwlne
Is assessor, Frank Bauer treasurer, H. A.
Vandalsem police magistrate and N. ' M.
Hardall clerk. The vote wat larger than
usual and was strongly In favor ot contin
uing the preaent license system. ..
Two Morees Fall mt Oakland.
BAN FRANCISCO. April 7.-The 2-year-
eld race at Oakland today waa maireJ
Dy an accident, liuapaia. ridden by u.
Jackson, and Kumar, with Btuart up, fall
ina. Jackson waa badly "shaken auid had
a sprained arm, while Btuart waa also
baaiy shaken up. tionner, wno rode
(junker Gnl. the winner, waa neld re-
iipoiislble for the accident and th Judges
fined him 1100 for rough riding. . Jjom.er
rode four winner. Keauits: . ' i
rlrst. thtrteen-nixteenths ot a mile, sell
ing: Frank Pearce, lul (Bell), 10 t 1, won;
Carllee. luli (J. 1. 8heelian. 4t to J. sec
ond: JJollle Welthoff, W (AUkmi), . to 1,
iniru. l line; i.a.'. - .
Heiomi tin r mile, mainen x-vaar-oids.
purse: Quaker (ilri. lue (Gormen, . to 1,
won; Strife, 112 (Kelly). i to 1. t ond;
l.ibijie c andid, iu taneenan, to J. tnira.
Time: q:. - . v
ihlrd. futurity course, purse: El Chi
huahua. liW (Honner). 4 to 6. won: Q. W.
i. lot (watson). s to 1. intra. Time: i:izhk.
rourin. six turiongs, nanaicap: urgan-
ate. His (Bonner). to 6. won: Money Muss.
Iu6 (Powell), 6 to 1. second; pilnccss 11-
tanla, 108 (Uray). to 1. third. Time: 1:14.
firm, mile ana nrty yards, renins
Montana Peeress, t) (Connell), 8 to 1, won
David B.. lul (Powell), i to 1. cecend
Matin Hell. 01 (Wauon). 2U to 1, thud.
Hmh. thirteen-elxteentha of a mile, sell'
Ing: Alanneuse, lull (Honner), 6 to t. won;
Velma Clark, Ml (Powell). S to 4. kcond:
Aunt Polly. 104 (Bell), 10 to 1. third. -. Time:
THE REALTY MARKET.
INSTRUMENTS filed for record Tuesday,
April 7, 19oi:
Warranty Deeds. ..
Amanda J. Brenton to ' Benhart '
O'llturh. part nwV 4-16-11-..
J. K. Oeorge to T hum ad PuclUowskl,
toe id, nuiiivan a aua
T. A. Crelgh and wife to Matilda C.
Looker, lot (, block 1, Cherry till)..
F. P. Hubbard et al to Maria .
Hubbard, lot 1, block IV umiki
View, lota II to 15. block t, Lin wood
park, lots IS to 24, block 1, Thorn
Aultman, Miller Co. to O. V.
C'rouae et al, receivers, bfi17U feet
In lot 4, in 24-16-U
C. D. Layton and wife tj E. Dor
man, hit 7, Layton, s add ,
City of r'lorence to Aetna Trust Co.,
lot 12, block 147, and other property
J. W. Clarke and wife to Peter Ro
sendal et al. lota 1 and block 1
bherman Avenue park
Clara J. Haielton and husband to R.
P. Schwab, lot . block 1, Marys
J . Markel and wife to C. u Dundy
et al. lou 1 and t. K. 8. Dundy, jr.'s,
O. L. Lund and Ida 8. Lund to T. P.
Su.llvan. lot J, Waugh A; W. sub
T. H Lark to Ella Hanlon. lot 14,
block 1. South omaha park add
Matilda A. Nelson and husband to
Said One Woman
to yi not her
"Queer, Isn't it, what creatures of
habit we women are? We get In
the haHt of doing certain things and
keep on doing them year after year,
even when we have been told time
and time again of a better way."
And so it is. Take for example
soda crackers, or biscuit, probably
there isn't a woman in the land who
wouldn't say she knew all about
Unooda Dlscult but as a matter of
fact millioni of women know nothing
about them, or they would never
again buy loose soda crackers in a
.When soda crackers are packed the
ordinary way every cracker must be
handled several times before it leaves
the bakery. When the cracker, box
reaches the grocer, he, of course, un
covers it, the air and dust and flies get
in and destroy the crispness and flavor
of the crackers. ' Every time there is
a call for crackers they must be
V handled again and again. -
Every woman knows the above to
be true, for she has seen it over and
over again. Why then does anyone
continue to buy crackers in this way?
It is not the price, for Uneeda
Biscuit are only 5 cents.
It is not a question of taste, because
everyone likes Uneeda Biscuit.
It is habit simply habit.
Every woman by this time ought
'to know the advantages of buying
Uneeda Dlscult. They are baked
in the cleanest of bakeries, under the
most rigid system of cleanliness and
care. When they, come from the
oven they are immediately packed in
In-er-seal Packages, an airtight, germ
and moisture proof covering, which not
only protects them from contamina
tion, but actually preserves their origi
nal flavor until the package is opened.
Economy, cleanliness, healthfulness
and delicacy are all found in
Uneeda Dlscult in In-er-seal Pack
age with red and white seal, and every
careful housewife ought
to know these facts, and
knowing them should
insist on having
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Joha Moore, u lot i, ail feot lot
Z. block l, fc.. V. Smith s add
F. R. Heft to A. P. Llndrr. lot If
block 6, Kirk wood
Howard Heyman et al to .E.tella,
Perry, w4 lota 1 and i. block luu.
Same to Addle heyman, e lot I
and 2. s.tme
James Walsh and wife to Amelia
Vv ranch, lota 17 and 11. block Si.
Total amount of transfer
AFFAIRS AT; SOUTH 0MAH1
Oocaoa'ion Tax k.Ewwatd to.Tido th
;;"'" Oitj Over, Ytai'. '' '. :""
WILL SAVE MUCH IN INTER' ST CHARGES
Ordinance PraTldla for New Lavy
May Be Pat It Ftret Reed
Ib; la Coasell Next Moa-
day Itlgfht.' 1 '
-., ... ;.. : '
Now that the overlap In the elty treasury
amounts to about $70,000, the city officials
are casting about tor. mean to item the
tide and make arrangement tor money
enough to keep the Br and police depart
ment going until tb next levy I avail
able. - .'
The only solution ot the problem," Mid
a city official last night, "la th placing of
a general occupation -fax on all business
place. This ha been don before when
the city needed money and the plan wa
generally successful." . .
When approached on the subject several
well known business men stated that they
would rather pay an occupation tag than
to have the city pay interest on the over
lap. It I figured that between $16,000 and
$20,000 can be raised by aa occupation tax
and this will help out Immensely between
now and the commencement of the next
flsoal year. By reason- ef the levying of an
occupation tax the overlap would bs de
creased Just that amount and th Intereat
on the bonded debt would be less.
This plan of an oecupatin tax baa been
tried before and. it ha proved satisfactory.
Every class of business 1 to be aaiesied
according to th ordinance now te'.ng pre
pared. H I expected that this ordinance
will be put on It first reading at the meet
ing ot the council next Monday night In
order that it may be enforced a soon
possible. ; '
Paeklaar Haas Oder.
People residing north of Q street are
constantly complaining ' about th odor
coming from the packing houses at night.
During the day the smell I not noticed to
any great extent, but at night,' when pto-
pie are sleeping and 'window open, th
odor from the tank room at the packing
house waft according to the wind and
often make sleep ImpoaHble. No on pack
ing house seems to be held to blame. They
are all In. the same boat. In ether elites
there seems lo be little or no complaint
for the reason that, St) t la asserted, th
packer are mare careful In tanking ani
mal than they are here.
K. A. Cudahy ha gone on record a key
ing that there la no use of vile odor com
ing out of the stacks, but th other packer
seem to dispute this point and aasert tht
where there 1 packing aad Ike burning ot
refuse there must be mora or lea odor of
a disagreeable nature. .
The city council aeem to be powerless
In the matter and the chance art that
no effort will be mad by the elty offi
cials to change the exletlag condition of
Great Westera Ofletal YUlt.
Samuel Stlckney, general manager of the
Great Western, aa-t Mr. Kellogg, general
attorney for the same - road, both with
headquarters at St. Paul, Minn., were vis
itor In tb city yesterday. Mesir. Stlck
ney and Kellogg looked over the stock
yard and adjacent property ostensibly with
a view to securing an entrance into the
yard. Neither ef th Great Western offi
cials would talk and officer of th Union
8tock Yards company were silent aa to any
arrangement that might nave been trade.
Another visit I looked for soon and then
something for publication) may develop.
lew loath Ostsks Charter.
The new South Omaha charter ha been
algned by Oovernor Mickey and la now on
Idered to be la force. Oovernor Mickey
signed the bill Just to time to prevent
city election yesterday. A It I new Coun
cilman Broderlck and Queenan and Tax
Commissioner Fitzgerald will hold over for
another year. . An election will be held In
April, 1904, for the purpose of electing
two coudcllmen and a tax commlsslorier.
- Fitigerald an UX commissioner will now
go ahead with hi work tor th year Just
a If nothing had happened. He ha hi
office book well In hand and will be able
to make th city, assessment in much lei
time than It took last year. A for
Queenan and Broderlck, they will hold over
with the usual support of their constlt
ueats. JlKftle City Goeal.
Dr. William Henry Loechner has tnnvel
to Benson, where he proporei practicing
Three car of aand arrived for the con
struction of the library yesterday, but no
work has started yet.
The Maglo City-King's Daughters will
meet with Mrs. Harry Guihrl.', Twenty
third and P streets, Thursday afternoon.
The city engineer haa been directed to
establish the grade on W etreet from
Thirty-sixth street to Forty-second street.
Funeral service will be held over thi
remalna of Peter Manroth at St. Franc!'
church, Thirty-second and K streets, this
DennW McLalit I slightly under ths
weather and will be confined to hla horns
for a few day oil account uf a severe at
tack of toothache.
SOUTH DAKOTA SUPREME COURT
Oplalous Haaded Dovra 1st Large Ham.
ber f Cases,, loose nt 'Them .
PIERRE, 8. D., April 7. (Special Tele-
gram.) The supreme court at the opening
of the April term today banded down opln.
lona in th following caees:
By Haney Nichols and Bhepard Company,
appellants against C. H. Cunningham. Min
nehaha county, affirmed; John W. Shelby,
appellant,' against W. J. Bowden et al,
Hutchinson county, affirmed; In the matter
of the guardianship of the person and es
tate of, Thomas Olson, Incompetent, Union
county, affirmed; State of Piutb Dakota,
defendant In error, against Willi H. Burt,
plaintiff In error. Brown county, reversed;
R. J. Walla, appellant against Th City ot
Sioux Fall et al, Minnehaha county, -af
firmed. By Gordon Ollbert 8. Walker
against Jamea L. MoCaull et al, appellant,
MePherson county, affirmed; Stlllman J.
Benjamin against R. J.' Huston, appellant,
Minnehaha eounty, affirmed; Edward Sten
ger against Paul Tharp et al, appellant.
Cutter county, reversed; Chicago, Milwau
kee St. Paul Railway, appellant, against
Bennett H. Brink, Union county, affirmed;
Geerge Well against Mary A. Sweeney et
al, appellant, Pennington - county, re
versed; John , II. Ekelly and Theresa M
Evana against Edaon C. Warren, appellant,
Lawrence county, affirmed; City of Center
vllle, appellant, against Austin Olson, Tur
ner county, reversed; Emery F. Dodson aa
surviving partner ot P.' A. Fisher A Co.,
appellant, agalnat Charles T. Crocker, Min
nehaha county, affirmed; -Patrick B. Mc
Carthy, appellant agalnat Edward Speed et
al, Pennington eounty. reversed; Estelle
Ward against Edward Dupree et al, appel
lants, Stanley county, affirmed; J. B. Oed
dls, appellant against F. U FoIIlett, Beadle
county affirmed; Jessie M. Blount against
Don O. Mayberry, Beadle eounty, affirmed.
By Fuller The Ancient Order of United
Workmen against H. C. Sheber, Insurance
commissioner of South Dakota, appellant,
Tankton county, affirmed; Frank P. Stear
against Harriett A. Clapp, appellant,
Davidson county, ' reversed; J. D. Riley
against P. B. Grant and Robert Schull, ap
pellant, Codington county, reversed; I).
M. Robbln et al against Charlea H. Wela,
appellant. Lake -county, affirmed: State ex
rel railway commission, appellant, agalnat
Chicago, Milwaukee 4 St. Paul aod other
railways. Brown county, affirmed; John
Campbell, apf ellant, against Equitable Loan
Trust Company, Day county, ravened.
In the eaae of the railroad commission
agalnat the Chicago, Milwaukee St. Paul
and other roads the commission attempted
to fore the different eo:inie operating
In the elty of Aberdeen to put In connect
ing tracks In order to facilitate the transfer
of freight. To this order the road de
murred on the ground that th axder was
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; 1Mb i
; $23 to Seattle, Porllnnd,' Han
Francisco ami Los Angeles un-,
' til , June -15tli. 'Proportionately'
low rates to other western
points. A splendid chance to
. - ..'i r.'
investigate the opportunities- of
fered in Montana, Oregon,
Washington and California.'
Let me send you a free older, telling
. about our dally tourist cur service. Our'
traln for California leaves at 4:10 V. M. ; tor
the northwest at 11:10 P. M.
J. B. REYNOLDS
City Passenger Agent,
1502 Farn-m St., Omilia.
y ... Tbe fertile soils of eastern Oregon or Wash f
' lV fneTtn yeld in overflowing abundance and in
, I highest perfection, every grain, grass, j .
j ; vegetable! and fruit of the temperate rone. II
II 'TofnabUftT' JlfV'I.Jy soma to reach
. . th: tt favored fJHJ I tJf localties
, - without ) AkJj'S jf necessary tx-
penditurs ef I rfabMlJ time ond mon-
' y 'th Union 4JtTlV Pariftchasfut i
. , in effect very mn"1' Unv rates and
I splendid train service, four trains leaving
I 1 ' ' Missouri liver daily for th h'orthwest, 1
j I One far flus fs.oofor th round trip.
II Tickets on sate April 7 and i, May t j and 19. Jnne a ft
I I and 16, 1903. t I J
tot full Information call oo or address I
. citv TiCKbrr or ice
1324 Farnam St 'Phone 111 Jr S
too Indefinite and the demurrer wa u
talned In the circuit court. Tbl action
of th lower court ha Just been sustained
by th supreme court. In th case of the
Ancient Order of Cnlted Workmen against
H. O. Bheber, Inaurance commissioner ot
the state of South Dakota, an attempt was
made by th Insurance commissioner to
collect taxe from such organization on th
business don within the state and tb
lower court held that thla and kindred so
cieties were exempt from' taxation voder
the provlaiona of statute. Tb supreme
court his sustained tbe lower court.
Tbe class present for examination in the
supreme court today Is: A. C. Wolf, Es
telllne; James Cole, Madison; W. J. El
wood, Andover; J. 0. Markbam, Mitchell.
Oece trosa Ba4 ta Went.
Always true of oooetipatloa. -It begins
many maladies, but Dr. King's New LIU
Pill cur er no pay. Only Vtt. Tot aU
, by Kun Co. ...
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