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TTTE OMAITA DAILY TIKE: KATT'TWAY. 0'TORIR X M03.
CCAGDS RENDEZVOUS HERE
Twslr Contf aniei of Riiiment Enrouts. to
Biley Meet at Bluffs.
tXPECT TO SPEND A. DAY IN THE CITY
Five. Companies to Arrive to Bo Held
- ratll AH Reach City, When
Thr Will Depart for
The people of Council Bluffs wll' have
the opportunity of seeing the entire Flftv
fifth regiment, Iowa National Guard, bo
fore It leave to take pnrt In the regular
rmr maneuvers at Fort Riley, Kn, The
entire regiment will moholizn in Council
Bluff on Raturria.v. October 17. and from
here proceed In a special train to Fort
Riley. The mobilization of the regiment
hero will recall to some extent the scenes
attendant on the return to lows of the
old Flfty-flrM Iowa volunteers from the
Philippines, when crowds from all over
tha state leathered In Council Bluffs to
weloome tha aoldtera home. The Flfty
11 rat wu mustered out of the eervlre and
tha Fifty-fifth waa raised In Its place. In
several of the companies are men who
aerred fn the Philippines and partook of
tha hospitality extended by Council Bluffs
on their return' from the campaign.
The pton of the mobl'lzation Involvea the
bringing of the twelve companies to Coun
cil Bluffs on the afternoon of October 17.
Tha companies will be kept hero under
military orders until all have arrived and
tha battalions completed. In the evening
tha entire regiment will leave by special
train over the Kansas City, St. Joseph ft
Council muffs road for Kansas City. From
there the Journey will be completed to
A special horse car will leave Dee Moines
for Cbtmcll Bluffs October Id and will pick
Up at Ames, Carroll, Boone and other
point the mounts of the regimental offi
cers. The men will travel on regular gov
ernment rations and will be cared for by
the quartermaster's department of the
regular army. Tile only commissary pro-
,' vlalon which will be mnde at this p ilnt
iwlll be hot coffoe, which will be served
the men on arriving In the Bluffs.
The Fifty-fifth regiment, Iowa National
j Guard, la the only militia regiment to be
nrujraaea wnn inn regular ironpe. n win
be brigaded with the Sixth and Twenty-fifth
To complete the companlee to the regula
tion quota men will be drafted from the
other three regiments of the militia. Com
pany tha Dodge Light Guard of this
city, wl'.l bo recruited to the full strength
with men from Companies L of the Fifty
third, Fifty-fourth and Fifty-sixth regi
ment. The twelve companies composing
the Fifty-fifth regiment are from Des
Moines, Vlllisc. , Glenwood, Knoxvllle.
Shenandoah, Wlnterset, Charlton. Bedford,
Coming, Red Oak and Council Bluffa.
Wrong; Same on License.
X marriage lloenae Issued by Clerk Reed
of the district court to Alvln Berton and
2ae Forbea both of this city, last Monday,
was cancelled yesterday by Mr. Reed and
, raw one-Issued In which the name of the
bride appeared as Mae Braden. On Sep
tember 4 Mrs. Mae Braden was . granted
In the district court here a divorce from
' William Braden, and ahe supposed that at
tbe same time the court restored to her
her maiden name of Mae Forbes. When
' the couple went to get married they learned
' that the license waa of no effect, having
' been made out In the bride's maiden name,
i nd there being no record of court to show
that it had been restored to her. lncl
, dentally when the groom applied for a
corrected lloenae yeaterday his attention
i was called to tbe fact that Mrs. Braden
had not liquidated the costs In her divorce
Jit. The groom was not lo be forestalled
by a small obstacle like that and he
promptly opened hla pocketbook and liqui
dated the cost, thua removing the last
Impediment to the marriage.
Foot Hall at Manawa.
The game this afternoon on the Manawa
gridiron between the Dodge Light guard
and Amea college promises to be an exciting-
one. The soldiers renllxe that In
the Ames college team they have opponents
worthy of their mettle and they will have
to play all they know to maintain their
unbeaten record. The Guards have been
putting In some hard practice since their
game with the Omaha Commercial college
and will have a strong lineup this after
noon. Ames college has the reputation of
having an unusually strong team In the
field this year and consequently a bit tie
royal can.be looked for. The game will
be railed at 8. o'clock.
This will be the lineup of the Dodgs
Light guards: Center. Wlckham; left guard,
Thomas; rlfht guard. Poole: right tackle,
Robinson or Haas; left tackle. Knox;
right end. Stuart; left end. Chestnut or
Lawrence: quarterback. Dalley; le(t half,
Gaines; right half, Dietrich; fullback,
Lewis 1 lalaae the Horse.
William F. Patton, residing at Mynstr
Springs Just outside the city limit. It
spring traded a cow for a horse. His
young son yesterday rode the animal Into
town and met Chelse Lewis, a farmer liv
ing near the School for the Deaf, who
claimed the horse aa his property. H-
said It had been stolen from him last
spring and made young Patton dismount
and turn the horse over to htm. Young
Patton told hla troubles to Officer Loreuzeu
but tbe police decided they could do noth
ing until a complaint had been filed by
September Real fcslale Transfers.
During the month of September there
were filed In the office of the county re
corder 147 conveyances of real estate, with
a total consideration of 81M.5'.'4 !)T. While ;
the number or conveyances is ichs tntii .
durlnv the same month last veir. the aa- i
month last yeir. the ag-
., , , 7 i
itlon Is nearly equal. In
September. 1902. 175 conveyances of real es-
tats were Hied, with a total consideration
.t ii i t, mi.... fr Re.,to-nh.r in.
dlcate a continued healthy tone of thi
real estate market In Council bluffs i nd
Reopens Henry Estate.
J. H. Davis, a banker of Avocn, Ia., hv
liuj succeeded In reopening the adniiuistra-'
tion of the estate of the late Captain II.
L. Henry, yesterday served original nutlet
of suit against August Beresheim, the ad
ministrator, and others fur llu.Ouj and In
terest on two promissory notes of 8'.')0
each given by Henry October 31 and No
vember 18. 1892.
When Davis recently filed his claim
8 Pearl C. Council BIjITk
'Phone ft I
NEWS OF IOWA.
ngnlnxt the estate Administrator Bereshelm
hud filed his final report, showing final dis
tribution of the assets. Attorneys for
Davis, however, learned that some Jupiter
mining stock of the value of about 11.5-0.
was hold In escrow by the Council Bluffa
Pavings liank and secured an order from
the court restraining the further assign
ment of the stock.
Davis In order to secure payment of his
claim will apply to have recovered to the
estate something over 110,00) wh'ch was
paid to Captain Henry's widow. On be
half of Mr. Davis It will be contended tint
Mrs. Henry s claims were outlawed and
payment of same should have been resit-ted
by the administrator. Captiln
Henry's estate was valued at about 124,000.
He had been a resident of Council Bluffs
for ninny years before his death which oc
curred while ho was visiting In California
about a year ago.
rtimbing and Heating. Blxby Son.
James T. Talt, claim agent for the Illi
nois Central railroad at. Dubuque for a
number of years, was married In this city
yesterday afternoon to Mrs. Ada E. Brad
bury, also of Dubuque. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. W. 8. Barnes at the
parsonage of the First Presbyterian church.
The bride Is prominent In social and church
circles In Dubuque.
Heal Kslate Transfers.
These transfers were filed yesterday In
the abstract, title and loan office of Squire
fc Annls. 101 Pearl street
Iowa Townslte Co. to J. M. Klllion.
lot R, block 11. Bentlev. w. d )
Wllllem M. Pyper and wife to Alex
ander Wood, undlvldel 14 of 22 50
acrea In sH, se'4, 81-75-41. w. d
Alexander Wood to William Pyoer,
undivided H of lota 7. 8 and 9. block
1, John Johnson's add.- w. d
A. G. and R. J. Gilbert and wives to
Katie 8. McPherson. lot 13, block
12. lot 7. block 14. and lots I. 2 and
.1. block i5. Central sub., q. c. d
Susu-n Winters to Christian Boos, lot
3 in lot $3 In original plst, w. d 1 225
I.ou1si Kaul nod husband to Anna F.
U BIsehofT et a I, lot 16, block 10, Tur-
ley'a add., w. d f$fl
J. Li. Huff and wife to M. A. and . D. .
E. Griffith, lots 7. 8 and 9, block 2.
Hancock, w. d , 1251
Seven transfers, total..
Licenses to wed were I "sued yesterday to
Name and Residence. Age.
James T. Talt. Dubuque 51
Ada E. Bradbury, Dubuque 41
Theodore Schneckloth. Mlnden 28
Amnnda Krohn, Mlnden
Alvln Berton, Council Bluffs
Mae Braden, Council Bluffs ,
Dnvls sella drugs.
Stockert sells carpets.
A store for men "Beno'a."
Crayon enlarging. 808 Broadway.
Expert watch repairing. Leffert. 409 B'y.
Celebrated Meti beer on tap. Neumayer.
Diamond betrothal rings at Leffert'a. 108
amj ,SK wedding rlnge at Leffert'a,
H.?n' 8oo,t I-wl of Glenwood was
In the city yesterday calling on friends.
Bcnooi paints, brushes, drawing and prae- 1
tlce papers. Alexander's. 833 Broadway.
Mrs. M. Howland of Plattsmouth, Neb ,
Is the guest of her daughter. Mrs. E. P.
Parker of Glen ave
f.' Jii'iIm,-H?nenberk of.:nii Second
ue is home from an extended visit
with relatives In Indiana.
The 1 nlted Commercial Travelers ' will
give their first dance of the season to
night In Royal Arcanum hall.
Mrs. Weels of Boone. Ia., who is visiting
her daughter. Mrs. Warner of Washington
avenue. Is reported to be quite III.
Rev. W. B. Clemmer, the new psstor of
the First Christian church, has taken up
his residence at J Franklin avenue. .
Mrs. A. H. Wood, 9ng Fifth avenue, was
somewhat severely burned by the over
flowing of a gasoline stove Thursday even
ing. A. M. Treynor, son of former Postmaster
I. M. Treynor. Is here from Des Moines
to attend the Guards-Ames foot ball game
For rent, office room, ground floor; one
of the most central locations In the busi
ness portion of the city. Apply to The Bee
City Physician and Mrs. F. W. Houghton
are home from a trip to Washington, D.
C., Baltimore. Philadelphia, Boston and
other eastern points. ,
Patrick Gunnoude left last evening for
Denver, Colo., to attend the funeral of a
cousin. P. C. O'Brien, who died a few
dnys ugo st Muncle, tnd.
We contract to keep public and private
houses free from roaches by the year. In
sect Exterminator Manufacturing company.
Council Bluffa. Ia. Telephone F-634.
Captain and Mrs. J. J. Brown have
leased their home at the corner of Fifth
avenue and Seventh street to Ferdinand
We,B ann nav taken apartments at 615
w illow avenue.
Carl Platner. a member of the high
achool foot ball team. Is laid tip from In
juries received In a practice game Thurs
day evening. His leg la badly wrenched
and the ligaments around the ankle torn
L. W. Steers, agent for the International
Correspondence schools, has been arrested
on an information filed in Justice Ouren's
court charging him with embessllng 841.80
belonging to his employers. He has given
ball and will have a bearing October ti.
The foreign will of Mrs. Sarah Rlgg of
Elm Bank. Appleby. Westmoreland countv,
biiKland, was admitted to probate in trie
district court yesterday. The will was
dated December 12. 1SH2. snd probate was
necesesry here to enable the sale of some
property In this county.
Waldon Creamer, charged with the theft
of two swing platform hooks, the prop
erty of James Wlckham and valued at ft.
pleaded guilty in Justice Carsou's court
yesterday and was given a sentence of
thirty days In the county Jail, to be sus
pended during good behavior.
Word was received here yesterday of the
death of James Kane at Wayne, Neb.
Mr. Kane's home was at Tenth avenue and
Seventeenth stret and be had been a
resident of Council Bluffs for thirty years.
The remains will arrive here today, when
announcement of the funeral Will be made.
The Mlsnes Elsie, Hasel and Maud
ilnn.hl.r. I It 1 1 1 , - O 1 i
- o""" wu- i
ii.i . u iiw . -ri -c uiruwil CBI vnl ps-
vrrely bruised In a runaway accident
Thursday evening while driving home.
They were driving down a steep hill, when
the horse bet-am unmanageable and in
turning a coiner upset the buggy.
A Sunday school rally under the susplcee
of the American Sunday School union will
te hem Sunday at Crescent. Justice Car
' Kaiti TL'tll milia Ilia ,,- .n.la 1 . U
meeUr.g. Rev. Henry Deling will have
1 iwrgo 01 toe rally ana will be assisted
''- number of prominent Sunday school
''y urn her of prominent Sunday school
workers from this city and Crescent town-
Mrs. K. W. Luster, aged 79 years, died
'yesterday afternoon at her home, liMH Kast
i Washington avenue, after an Illness of
lw weeks. She had been a resident of
this city slnee 18S8. removing from Iowa
City here. Besides her husband, she leaves
one daughter. Mrs. C. A. Atkins, snd two
granddaughters, Kate and Kllen Luster,
who have made their home with her.
Will Turner, a 14-year-old boy living at
:42i Second avnue. has been removed to
ih Woman's Christian association hos
pital, suffering from blood poisoning,
brought on, it Is thought, by wading
through the stagnant water during the re
cent flood. One finger which was poisoned
has been smputated and It Is feared that
one of his kg will hsve to be amputated.
There Is a possibility that Itunui may
yet act in from the Infected wounds.
N T. Plumbing Co. Tel.; 280. Night, F57.
ftknll Is Baely Craske4.
NEW HARTFORD, Ia., Oct. 8-(SpeclaJ.)
By a fall head first down hi cellar G.
E. McCommand, principal of the high
school, wi terribly injured. Hla sku'J Is
crushed and pbyslclaas sav he cannot ri-covsr.
i LAST OF BALLOT CONTESTS
Some Siimtionil Testimony in tbe Bsesbe
HEAVY RECEIPTS FROM INHERITANCE TAX
Senator nolllver to Open tampnlan
la the Teeth District and Will
l.eter Toer the
(From a 8taff Correspondent.)
DEB MOINES. Oct. 2. (Special.) The
last of the contested hallot cases thus fnr
developed Is on trlil before the ballot com
mission. This morning the ballot commis
sion met to take up the protest ngilnt
the nomination of N. H. I-arkln of Pluln
field for republlca'n eandldnte for senator
In the Bremer-Butler district. Senator
Craig and Judge Carr eppearrd for K. W.
Soesbe, who. bad n majority of the con
vention anS didn't get the nomination, and
Senator Comtwiight for Mr. I.arkln. The
contestants were on hand and nearly all
the delegates to the convention. The first
question raised was as to whether or not
the commission might substitute the name
of Soesbe for T.arkln In case It found the
protest good. The attorneys argued this
question. When the contestants appeared
Inst week Attorney General Mullnn had
Indicated his belief that the commission
might substitute the name of Soesbe, but
after reading' the law more closely he had
doubts. Senator Craig said that if Soesbe
hnd supposed there was doubt on that
Hwntion he would not be here now for the
contest. The question was left open, and
taking testimony proceeded. At the outset
,7 1 1 lie testimony was sensational. Louis
Slimmer, one of the Butter delegates.
stated. that I'nlted States Marshal Edward
Knott had come to his office and con
ferred on the subject and had declared
that the Bremer eounty delegation would
help nominate a Butler county man, but
J that neither E. W. Soesbe nor George
' ; McTntyra could he nominated. Slimmer
said there was no way to pull Soesbe off,
as he had been given the right to select '
hla own delegation. Later, Marshal Knott
returned with Burton 8weet, Third dis
trict member of the republican state com
mittee, and they asked what could be
done toward getting Soesbe off the track,
and Slimmer had said It could not be
done, whereupon Knott and Sweet smiled
at each' other and went out.
The Rutler county delegates went on
the stand and testified as to what happened
In the convention. The Bremer county
people were allowed to name the chairman
land secretary at the suggestion of Knott.
There waa a protest against a blind ballot,
which was not heeded, and th? tellers
counted the ballots three times and found
that, although Soesbe had thirteen dele
gates and there were only ten others. Lar
kln had twelve votes and Soesbe only
eleven. It waa gathered from the testi
mony of the wltnerss that there was much
confusion all through: that many were
speaking at once; that many of the dele
gates were greatly excited and most of
them did not know what was happening.
Delegate Slimmer had openly protested In
the convention that there should be on
open ballot and declared If there was to
be treachery to Soesbe the guilty persons
.x-,.i, i- Th. t.k f f-.timonv
occupied all day. The ballots that were
cast will be exhibited and Inspected. There
Is much bitterness felt among the dele
gates and others Interested In the matter,
i, . . , .... . ,.,, .
clares a vacancy on the ballot It will be
filled by the senatorial committee.
Collateral Inheritance Tax".
The month of September Just passed was
the most successful In the history of the
state In the matter of the collection of the
collateral Inheritance taxes. The state
treasurer collected 8.W.131.74 In th? month.
This was collected from thirty-two estates,
the largest collection being $12.!65. and
the smallest 851.04. The prospect Is that
the present year will exceed all other years
in the amount that the collateral Inher
itance tax will yield the state.
An effort Is to be made to have the
brickmakers of Iowa furnish the paving
brick for "The Pike" at the exposition in
8t. Louis, and to do it largely as an ad
vertisement for this Industry in this state.
Large quantities of brick are made In
Iowa and the manufacturers desire to have
it shown st St. Louis in a practical way.
Jaror Went Wrong.
Another case of Irregularity In the mat
ter of Jury methods was disclosed In the
district court today and Judge McHenry
took occasion to read a lecture to the
offending Juror.- In the trial of Uoulger
against the City of Des Moines, a damag
case, one of the Jurors, C. W, Evans, was
overheard to engage In a conversation
about the case with Witness Grate, who
Is a witness for the plaintiff, and who has
a' rlmllar damage suit against the city.
When this came to the ears of the Judge
he gave the juror a lecture and ordered
that the case be tried over again.
Articles of Incorporation of the Iowa
Lumber, and Box company of Council
Bluffs, were filed with the secretary of
state, capital 8125.000. by Calvin Hafer, E.
E. Hart and others, with a branch office
In Jackson county, Oregon. The Mandolin
snd Guitar Correspondence school of this
city has filed articles of Incorporation, cap
ital 8.T0.000, by 8. Selgel and others. The
Farmers and Mechanics Savings bink of
Rake Increased Its capital from 815,0)0 to
83 000. (
Pointer to peak.
Senator Dolllver will open the campaign
In the Tenth district with a meeting to be
held In Pocahontas county next Monday.
xn senator will do much work In the cam
palgn. Assignment of Hpeukc.rs is telng
The last of the republican nomination t
for the legislature was made today, being
that of Representative Kolthoff In Chicka
saw county. The nomination paperj for
the republicans are now all filed, and
there is but one place vacant on the ticket,
that In Carroll county where a democrat
Is Sure of election.
Fight for si Bight of Way.
Condemnation proceedings were com
menced today for a right of way Into the
city for the Western Iowa Intemrban,
which is to lie built westwsrd toward
Omaha. Tha connection will be made by
the City Railroad company with the Inter
urban at Grimes. The city company la
seeking sn ouUet northwest and In so do
ing would pass along the Des Moines river
In the rear of a fine residence row and tha
owners of this property ars trying to pre
vent the company going that route. The
sheriffs Jury went to work today and the
matter will be fought through the courts.
The company claims that this Is the only
feasible route to the northwest and that
unlets a routs Is secured this wsy the con
nection cannot be made.
Arsseer Cent pa nr Enters Demarrer.
The Armour Packing company today de
murred to tbe Indictment In the courts of
this county for sUtged violation of the
laws of the ststs In the matter of selling
oleomargarine oX ft color reseitbl ng batter.
The only new thing In the demurrer Is a
claim thst the law Is unconstitutional In
that It Is a discrimination as to products,
The arguments on this phase of the que-
tlon will soon be heard and the case may
be tried at the present term of court.
Webster City Rrfltor Arrested.
WEBSTER CITY, la., Oct. .-(Special
Telegram.) rollceman O. S. Shell of this
city Is the complaining witness In a crim
inal libel case againt Editor H. I Roble
of the Graphic-World. The case Is brought
on account of a series of articles which
Roble has published against the policeman.
The case will be heard by the coming ses
sion of the grand Jury.
EDWIN GOULD OFFERS AID
Baltimore Rankers Temporarily Em.
barraaaed Have Many' laflaea
BALTIMORE. Md., Oct. 2. -There was no
disturbance In financial circles here today
over th announcement that the well
known bunking houe of J. WIIMam Mid
dtndovf & Co. and John L. Wl Ilnms ft
Rons hnd aaked creditors for an extension
Leading bankers and brokers were ready
to lend helping hands to prevent any tem
porsry unsettlcment of the market from
going too far, but this wss unnecessary.
President Williams of tbe Seaboard Air
IJne and Mlddendorf & Co. have received
during the day many telegrams of sym
pathy and offers of aid. Among them was
NEW YORK. Oct. 2.-Hope vou will
soeedtly arrange temporary difficulties.
You have our best wishes and we wish we
could help you In some wsv further.
RICHMOND. Va., Oct. 2 -Concernlng the
reojeFt for an extension by creditors made
by John L. Williams Sons of this city
and J. . Mlddendorf t Co., announced
this morning, a member of the firm of
Jnhn L. Williams & Sons today said: .
We have gratifying Indications of a dis
position on the part of the creditors to
give both of the firms time to realize on
their assets and make a settlement. I am
satisfied we can pny In full and still have
a large surplus If we are permitted to
GREAT NORTHERN'S REPORT
Six .New Lines Were Pnt In Operation
Ilnrlna- Year Ending; on
NEW YORK, Oct. 2-The snnual
pamphlet report of the Great Northern rail
road for the year ending June 30. 1903. was
issued late today. The report of President
Hill gives minute details as to the financial
find physical conditions of the system, but
no reference Is made to the litigation grow
ing out of the organization of the Northern
Securities company. During the past, fiscal
year the company has taken for operation
six new lines, namely, the Dakota ft Great
Northern railway, the Montana ft Great
Northern railway, thp Washington & Great
Northern railway, the Vancouver. Victoria
ft Eastern railway, the Crows Nest South
ern railway and the Montana & Great
Northern railway. Great Falls to Sweet,
The tonnage of revenue freight hauled
during the year Increased 3.506.217. Earn
ings of passenger trains Increased 81.181.114.
President Hill also states that there has
been no Increase in the authorized capital
of the company, which remains at 8125.0C0,
onn. a decrease of $783,000 In the banded debt
of the St. Paul. Minneapolis ft Manitoba
railway Is reported, with no change In the
bonded debt of any of the proprietary com
panies. JURORS CHARGED WITH CRIME
Two Are Arrested In Illinois by Judge
for Soliciting; Bribe from
BLOOMINGTON, 111.. Oct I.-A sensa
tion was created here today by the arrest
a- noon of two Jurymen who had been
hearing the evidence in an Important civil
suit for $?,000 damages, growing out of
board of trade transactions. Oscar Greene
sued John TJardes. a grain broker of Say-
brook, for the sum stated, claiming that
his sons had lost the amount on the Chi
cago Board of Trade, dealing with the
Saybrook office. Last night Wllllnm
O'Neill of Bloomlngtnn and W. A. Booth
of Cleanoon. who were drawn on the
Jury, are alleged to have approached the
lawyers for the defense, soliciting bribe
money. This morning the lawyers notified
Judge D. C. Myers, and after a rigid ec
amlnatlon of the two men he directed their
arrest at noon and both were plnced in
Jail. The offense Is punishable by sen
tence to the penitentiary.
Promises tojiplete road
Ohio Mas) Bays Incompleted Line to.
Rapid City at Receiver's
RAPID CITY. S. D.. Oct. 2.-(Speclal.)-C.
D. Crouch of Akron, O.. has purchased the
Dakota Pacific railroad, formerly known as
the Dakota, Wyoming & Missouri River
railroad, at receiver's sale In this city. Mr.
Crouch was the hcavioat creditor of the
company. Absolute title will pass October
19 of the present year. The Dakota Pacific
railroad was begun in 1891. being projected
for the connection of Rapid City with the
Burlington road at Mystic. Right of way
wns secured at Mystic, much of the grading
was done and ten miles of track laid. The
company has expended about 84OO.0OO alto
gether, some 8200.000 of this being In grad
ing It la announced that Mr. Crouch, upon
securing title, will arrange for the comple
tion of the road at once and expects to
have It open for traffic to Mystic In four
months. The prospects cf being given a
Burlington connection are very pleasantly
received by the people of Rapid City.
Bulle County Fair n Winner.
BELLE t'O L'RCHE, 8. D.. Oct. 2-lSpe-clal.)
The second day of the Butte county
fair proved much more of a success than
the first, snd in point of attendance was a
record-breaker for the association. The
greatest Interest centered In the fourth, and
what proved to be the final heat of the un
finished 2:18 special harness race, for a purse
of 83)0. which was begun the previous dsy.
Ruddy, owned by Dr. Chantney of Belle
fourche. was the winner. Time, 2:86.
Billy Bryan was second. Time Test third.
In the women's race Miss Derrlckson was
first, Mrs. Crippen second snd Mrs. Miller
third. Miss Thompson's horse was ruled out
by the Judges, notwithstanding It finished
first. The half-mile dash was won by
Charley C. Time. 0:82. The flve-eighths-mile
novelty rare, for a purse of 8130. was
won by I'lorenry. Time. 1:04.
Mrs. Mollaess Has o Divorce.
HI' RON, 8. D.. Oct. 2.-(8peclsl.)-Judge
Charles 8. Whiting of the Ninth Judicial
circuit, who closed court here last evening,
emphatically denied the report that he
had signed a decree of divorce for Mrs.
Kowland B. Mollneux of New Tork, made
famous by the trial of her husband for
murder In that rlty. It Is also known thst
Judge Bennett of Wstertown did net sign
such a dscree, aa he was not In the state
at the time. It is ssld thst she will In
stitute similar proceedings In Chicago in
the very near future. Mrs. Mollneux s
ststemetit that she csme to South Dakota
for the purpose of procuring a divorce
would preclude any Judge In the state from
granting such a decree. The plaintiff must
bs a bona fide resident of the state.
NAMED FOR LEGISLATURE
List of the Nominee) Who Oppose Each
' Other in lows,
NAMES OF ALL MUST BE FILED TCDAY
Practically Complete List of the Nom
inations for Iowa General Asaem
kl Democrats Have Mot Nona I.
nsted In All Places.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES. Oct. 2. tSpeclal .) The
lime for filing nomination papers for state
officers In Iowa expires Saturday. A num
ber of nomination papers are yet to be
presented, but practically all are In, and
the following list shows who are the op
posing candidates In the various districts
of the state;
Jefferson-Van Rmwn- In ..1. .
J ...... u (( , - ciniin licp. I,
. P. Manntry (dem ).
Anna noose-l invii . it a...,D.... , ,
L. I,. Taylor tdem.i. '
Lticus-V avne It liaea.iiii.( ....... i
Alex L. Ilockhuld (ilom.). H. G. Street
key (rep. i. 8. V. Bowers diem ).
Adams-Taylor D. . Turner irep., M. S.
Mllls-Mnntgom-ry--Hhirlry liililland (rep.).
Clarke-Warren Jnmcs II. JatulcHou (rep. i.
..in iiiiKKH vt . m. jone iren.i. nn ih-i
(dftn i. George Howies (soc. I.
Marlon-Monroe J I. W
Thomas J. Price (dem.).
Martison-Artalr Jnmcs J. Crosslev (rep).
Dallas-Guthrie-Audiilion Frank M II. m.
Pottawattamie C. G Hnilmlnrs it'An i w
II. Ware (dem.). K. D. Clark (nro. ).
Jackson A. P. Rnwpn iren I Thomas
Linn W. C. Stuckslairer Iron ). John X.
Cedar-Jones T. H. Hanlcy (rep), R. C.
town-Johnson John Hughe.'", Jr. dep.),
Thomas Stapletnn Idem.).
Calhoun-Webster Henrv YmuiK (rep.), J.
P. Butler (drm.i.
Msrshnll Charles Eckels (rep.). William
Shlpton idem ).
Boom -Story O. J. A. El li son I rep.), E.
C. Jordnii (dem. I.,
Woodbury John H. Jackson irep ). A. S.
Buchanan-Delaware George W. Dunlmin
(rep ). G. i. Thompson (dem.), D. C. Mc
Clayton B. W. Newberry dep.), II. C.
B'shon (dem ).
Biemer-Rutl'r W. N. Larkln (rep.), John
F. Wade (dem.).
Allamakee Fayette A. C. Wilson (rep.),
C. R. Brown (dem ).
Mitchell-Winnebago - Worth --Jnmcs A.
Smith (rep ).
Cerro-Gordo-Hancock-I'ranklin A. 11.
lda-t'lierokee-Plymouth John L. Bleak
Clay-Kossuth, etc. George Klnne (rep.),
Lewis Steuhnier idem.!.
Sioux etc. V. C. Klmmel (rep.).
(rep.), J. G.
Adams K. H. Gregory (rep ), F. M. Linn
Allamakee W. 8. Hart (rep.), Robert
Auouoon D. C Mott (rep.), M. T. Foley
Apfanoose J. M. Wilson (rep.). W. M.
McCrary (dem.). G. H. Fryhoff (soc). !
Benton Malcolm K. McMe (rep.i, K. H-
Morow idem.. G. .W. Chafer (pro.).
Blackhawk Charles A. Wise (.rep.), J. G.
Packard (dem ).
Boone.). K. Doran (rep.), W. H. Mc
Bremer w. W. Baylor (rep.), John Hora
Buchanan A. B. Burrhus (rep.), L. F.
Springer (dem.). H. H. Moffltt (pro.).
Buena Vlsia F. N. BucKingnam (rep.),
George Dalsiel (dem.).
Butler Stanley Conn (rep.).
Calhoun J. H. ixiwrey (rep.), P. A.
Sauders (dem.). 1
Carroll A M. Lnugel (rep.), withdrawn;
C. C. Colclo (dem.).
Cass John Plpher (rep.), L. L. Delano
Cedar L. J. Leech (rep.), H. It. Leech
(dem.), Chockley KVes (pro.).
Cerro Gordo John 8. ttanberry (rep.). .
Cherokee George F Coburn (rep.).
C.arke M. L. Temple (rep.l.
Clay-Palo Alto A. H. Cheney (rep.), C. K.
Clayton J. C. Flennlken (rep ). G. H.
Clinton Emit Ruggeberg and Theodore
Carstrnsen (rep.). Raymond C. I angan and
C. K. Mordhorst (dem ), G. F. Tucker and
K. C. Brower (soc).
Crawford Ert Darling (rep.), W. A. Davie
Dallas George W. Clarke (rep.), J. H.
Davis D. A. Wlckiser (rep.). T. J. iTevO
Decatur J. D. Brown (rep.), E. J. San- I
Delaware R. J. Blxby (rep.).
Ies Moines N. C. Hansen (rep.), Henry
Dubuque H. R. Keagv and George D.
Wvbrant (rep.), A. K. Frudden and Philip
He'les (dem.), C. II. Mason and D. S. Cam
Emmet Dickinson B. F. Roblnsun (rep.),
Howard Everett idem ), (j- C. Fuller (Ind.).
Fayette J. D. Shaffer (rep.), Fred Pleg
Floyd P. H. Powers (rep.).
Franklin D. W. Dow (up ), O. B. Har
Fremont-It. C. Campbell (rep.).
Greene MhIiIoii Head (rep.).
Grundy John Lister (rep.).
Guthrie E. W. Weeks (rep.), L. B. Tabor
Hamilton G. P. Chrlstlanson (rep.), Eras
mus Stringer (dem ).
Hancock-Humboldt O. K. Maben (rep.),
William Brockett (dem.1.
Hardin Mark Furry (rep.). William Wel
don (dein.). Ivi Marshull (pro.).
Harrison 11. B. Kllng (rep.), Henry De
Henry William Carden (rep.), G. W.
Ida-Mononn L. E. Christie (rep.). Will
C. Whiting (dem.).
Iowa Edward Boland (rep.), P. O. Her
Jackson A. E. McDalo (rep.), Joseph
Jasper John F. OfTil (rep.). J. E. Craven
(dem ), l F. Leako (pro.), H. Howard oe I.
Jefferson A. F Casel (rep.), F. .
Mover (dem ), F. M. Stevenson (pro ).
Johnson E. K. Brown (rep.l, George W.
Jones W. N. Dearborn (rep.). R M.
Peet (dem.). J. Armstrong (pro.). II. F.
Wagner (rep.). Thomas Geneva (dem.).
Kossuth George w. Manna (rep.),
Thomas Hnuna diem ).
T.ee c. A. Kennedy (rep). Frank II.
Linn K. J. C. Beab-r and John McAl'is
ter irep.). W E. Lewis and It. E. Clnrk
(dem.), J B- Hull and r. W. Sawyer (pro.).
Louisa K. I.. MeClurkin (ren.).
Lucas Ell Manning irep.), A. F. Jenkins
(dm ). H. M. Fiiuh (pro.(.
Lvon-Osceola Charles B. Lambkin (rep.),
D. W. McCHllum dem.).
Madison Robert A, Greene (rep.).
Mahaxka A. F. V. Humhlelon (rep.), J.
8. Whitmore (dem.). Fred Hull (pro.).
Marlon L. D. Tetcr (rep.), G. W. ('roller
Marshall H. F. Cummlngs (rep.), An
thony c Duly (d?m ).
Mills A. B. Washburn (rep.).
Mitchell Thomes Hume (rep.).
Monroe N. E. Kendall (rep.), B. W. Tet
tlt (dem.). P. B. Jenkins (pro ).
Montgomery F. F. Jours (dem ), Henry
Muscatine J. 1. Nichols (rep.). James
Gibba (dem ). George J. Peck (pro ).
O'Brien Tim Donahue (rep.).
Page D. F. Crose (rep.), W. T. God
Plymouth FT. D. Chassell (rep.), J. F.
Kriegle (dem ).
Pocahontas F. C. Gilchrist (rep.), Mon
tagu Hakes (dem.).
Polk-Emorv English snd H. F. Tench ut
(rep.). Walt Butler and H. C. Evans (dem 1.
Pottawattamie W. H. Frremjn mid Al
bert J. Martin (rep.). J. A. T. Bates ani
F. G. Hetsei (dem ), Henry Graves and A.
Dowd (pro ).
Poweshiek Thomas Harris (rep.), A. M.
Given (dem. I.
Ringgold M. Z. Bailey (rep.), George K.
Sac Joivph Mattes (rep.).
Scott W. H. Clderwood and A. F. Stol
tenberg (rep.l. N. D. Elv and Edr-s-;
Mver (dem.), M. T. Kennedy (roc).
Shelby L. H. Piekad Ireo. I. (J. P. Wy
Isnd (dem.). J. H. Dales (pro.)
Sioux J. F Morris (rD. I.
Btory W. M. Greeley (rep.). J. W. Johns
Tsma-D. E. Baker (rep.). J. F. Lundt
Tsvlor WI'Mam Cobb (rep ). D. M. Woid
I'nloi' Scott Skinner (rep.), J. A. Wil
li" ms (dem.).
Van Bu-en I . F. Summers (rep.), Wll
llnm llsstinas Hem ).
WanePo A. W. Buchanan (rep), C. M.
M eers (dem ).
Var-en M A Dshlll (rep).
Wsshlneton ). H I.g n (r-n ). H. II
Wl'soo idem 1 D. Met . utchlin (nro ).
xt (.org McCulioch (rep ), George
W. Garlon (drm ). I
tkm writ Mat.
4 tv4g al'eVi'.
LEWIS A. CR.OSSETT, Inc..
SPECIAL CASH MEAT SALE
FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND ALL NEXT WfER
Five pou-ias good steak
Boll ) r.
1 f mil,
M I s W
O I Jft
I 8W S.V
'Phono us Tour order and we will collect on deli very.
Wo appreciate your trade and will try at all times to
The Orvis Market
TEL. 40. 537 HKOADWAY, COUNCIL RLUFF8.
g xsy a j say
UNTIL NOVEMBER 30th, COLONIST RATES
TO ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS IN CALIFORNIA,
FROM MISSOURI RIVER TERMINALS,
Council Bluifs to Kansas City inclusive,
THREE THROUGH TRAINS DAILY
SHORTEST ROUTE FASTEST TIME
TOURIST SLEEPERS A SPECIALTY.
JS. Fu" In'ormstlo Cheerfully Furnishes sn Application le
CUT I i iv r. i wr r I' i-.. x
V KAHN'AM BTBEKT.
Wfhster-n. M. Wright irep. , W. T. Ke.i
neily (pro. i.
WlnnehHgo-Worth Andrew Wilier (reji ).
Wtnnishlek Abrahsm Jaeobson (rc;., I..
T. Fosse ('Icm.j.
V oodlmrj Christian N. Jcpsou and W,
W. 'McKlrath (re.i. A t". I.inxe mid 8. I..
Krlsbie Idem ). J. P. Negus and K. liewi y
Wright-J. S. l'ritchard (rep.).
WATER HURTS GUINEA PIGS
from tbe t'lilrago
CHICAGO. Oct. 2. Guinea pigs flgurfd
in the case of defense in the interstate
canal litigation today. Prof. F. Itobert
Zell of the department of pathology and
bacteriology at Northwestern university
medical school gave the result of a test
made for the state of Illinois after the
oeni.ig of the drainage canal. '
These er made, with bacfrU lsk n
from wetrr samples at various p. tuts from
luVe Michigan to Giaflou, covering tbs
; r-pnrc vlhs,
I p.r pound
j Pork steak,
,r pound ........
, Mutton stew,
he j Mutton roast.
Rest fa ia.
I Dressed spring chickens,
I Good bolter,
r resu en.
On October -till to Kith, in
clusive, the liirlinti)ii will
sell tickets to Kansas City and
back at one fare for the round
trin, "ood returning leavinjr
Kansas City up to October 111.
This very low rate ives every
one an opportunity of attend
ing the Fall Festivities at
Thp morning flyer leaves
Omaha at i):15. and arrives
Kansas City 1:10 P. M. The
evening flyer leaves Omaha
10:45, and arrives in Kansas
City 6:40 A. 11.
These trains carry all equipment to
make traveling comfortable And plcasHiit.
J. B. REYNOLDS,
City Passenger Agt,
1502 Farnam St., Omaha.
i'li swims. lyeyflEfla
whole length of the Chicago river, tha
! drainage canal and the Illinorn rlinr.
! (JiiIiku were iiiocu'ated by the .r-
j fs ysor with bacteria tak -n frrm the witer
at these places. He iv-ud n'uiierous tables
I showing tlic remit of his until) sis In eat h,
. Instance ant these hhuwed ibut Ihh Lai -I
teiiii proved lees fatal to the nnimals lii-
ocuUKd, us the tets wero made from
pointn furthest from Chicago.
I The witness stated that samples taken
from the Illinois river beteen Henry and
upper Peoria were ihe IcaJit harmful of nil
! in the river.
I tenala of Klnsj Sentenced.
j MAMilD, Oct. 2. -General Francois
Burboin y de Cusielvo, u cousin of King
! Alfoiuu and former military commander
of the Arugin division of the Kiutuluh army
j ( ho was arrested last Din'inbir at :
gambling clilb and who challenged tho
j pref.-ct of M.uirlil. ho wus responsible for
i energetic attempts to suppress gambling)
after various hearings has been sentenced
by the supremo military
rl lo (we
months detention la u furtrct
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