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TIIK OMAHA DAILY HKE: MONDAY. Illtt'KMIlKK 7, lOO.I.
MOtKY TO LOAS CBTTEL.
TOUR CRK1MT IH OWD HERtk.
MONET TO LOAN
ON TOL'R PI.A1N NOTE,
WITHOUT PECL'KITY. . WITHOUT
i piiri.icitt. 1
We also .loan money n FCRftlTURK,
PIANOS, HORSES, .etc.. Without removal I
- IW RATE-EABY PAYMENTS.
IjON'T pay a high rata of Interest far
money, but call and gat our rstea before
Our plan la the CHEAPEST, BEST and
MOHT rRIVATK In tne city.
RE1JAKI,K CREDIT CO.,
Rooma M7-3U3 Paxton Block.
EASY 1-8 ?aTT
Heat explains our methodn.
We loan on furniture, pianos, warehouse
receipt, etc. Or ir you have a permanent
poeltion we can tnaae you a -,-..,
salary Loan- ., ', .
without security, except your own agree
inent to repay. Our servlre In quirk and
confidential, and we alwava trv to nlMu.
All that we auk la that you give us a call I
ueiore you ooirow eiiewnere.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
118 Hoard of Trade Bldg. Tel. Zto.
lEstabllshed IMI). aJ l. Jtitn bt.
MONEY LOANED ON
FURNITURE. PIANOS, LIVE STOCK.
Low ratea and easy terms, .
Buslneas confidential. .
Try us it you want to save money.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO..'
33 Paxton Block. 18th end Farnam sts.
LARGEST BUSINESS IN 1.0AN8 TO I
SALARIED PKOFl.K. tnarchunl. fPm- I
sters. boarding houses, etc., without so- I
curity, easiest, terms; 40 omces In prln- I
cipsi cuies. . inimin, mu uoara of Trade
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
people; nuainens confidential; lowest tales.
014 rsxton block. The J. a. llutton Co.
. , X-43 1
MONEY loaned oil pianos, furniture, tew-
elry, homes, cows, etc. C. F. Reed,
a, sit 9. ix :
CHATTEL salary and jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co:, R. .- Barker Hlork
MONEY TO LOAN HEAL ESTATE.
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FARM and city loans, low rates. W. II.
Thomas, First Nat l Bank Bldg. Tel. 14H.
PRIVATE money. Sherwood, 37 N. Y. Life.
4 TO 6 P. C. money, Be mis, Paxton block.
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PRIVATE money., F. D. Wead, 1620 Douglas.
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WANTED City loana and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith Co., 1320 Farnam St.
FIVE percent loan.
Uarvln Bros., 1S04
WANTED Real estate Joan. and warranta.
xt. C i'eiers at co., uec mug. v us
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
6 farm loari. :TG C. Patttoti1224 Far
linui. ... ".v
- - - In ri I
WANT I or I 61.000 and $3,000 loans for
customers. F. D. Wead, 1524 Douglas ot.
W MB3 10
WILL exchange beautiful upright piano In I
gooa connition ror norse. f or particuiara
addresa X 29, Bee.- Z 640 I
CAPT. T. CORMACK, 617 Karbach block.
Tel. A-2833. .i i 408
THE BEBOITT DETECTIVE AGENCY
708 N. Y. LIFE. TELEPHONE (640. .700
IN families. , Miss Sturdy, 809 N, 23d. , .
JOY Tailor School, 206 S. 20th. Tel. .L216T.
C R. HEFLIN. 301 N. 16th at
OM. Van Stor. Co., 1611H Parn. Tela. 1569-861
CUT-R ATE railroad tlcketa everywhere,
. . w - ........ - uU..w . i
HK88 at 8WOBODA. 1416 Farnam. 43
L. HENDERSON, florist. 1619 Farnam St.
BAILROAO TIMB CARD.
IN ION STATION lOTH AND MARCY.
Chicago Express. ...r....a 7tl am alO:3S pm
i nicaro. Minneapolis at
St. Paul Limited ra J'xn Vm a IM am I
Minneapolia - St. Paul , .
Expresa D 7:6 am blo:36 pra 1
Cktcage A Nerikweatern.
"The Northwestern Una.
a 3:40 am a 7:66 am i
..aii.au am i
a ! am I
I ,xr.ml Hldll CltV , fe. -mX
Daylight Bt. Paul a 7:60 am aio-oo pm
Daylight Chicago ,..a 1:00 m all:) pm
rVm.rc.'.co'.r.':::::::::: Im KS SH! $m
Local Chicago a 4:2 pm
Kant Bt. Paul a :16 pm a 7:05 anil Captain Pershing belongs to the school
v..fM.ilEPm'"'''""" ! t-4omlor American offloers who during the paat
l..Kal Sioux City b 4:00 Dm a 6.) an
Norfolk Boneateel. ...a 6:0o am a in 36 am
"ewood'u ep"".Vg";b,':(",n W0:i6am
and Lincoln a 1:50 pm a 6:10 nm
Caer Wyoming Ex..d t:'J pm e 6:10 pro
tiasiinas ouijrriur ..u
h 2:50 pro- b 6:10 pm
The Kaat Mail.. .
.a f :40 am a :0S Dm
.....a 60 am a 3:20 pm
California. Exprea a 4:30 pm
1 ne Chicago - Portland
Special a 3:30 pm
Th Portland - Chicaao -
8pe-lal a 6:30 pm
Eaelern Exoress a 6:30 nm
The Atlantic Express... a 7:30 am
i ne t-oioraao Dpciai;..aii:j3 pm a x:w am
a 3:4J am
Lincoln. Beatrice and
Strotiisburc ExDress..b 4:00 cm bll:45 om
Columbus Local b 6.-00 pm b 1:36 am
4 Blrage Great Westers Ry. V;
31 St. Paul & Minne
104 Ft. Iodgs Express. .a 7:36 am
lot ft. Dodge Express.. a 3:26 pra
St. Paul A Minne
apolis tJmltel a 7:55 pra
T Ft. fKalge Express..
1U3 Ft. Dodge Express.. .
a 6:55 am
all :lt am
Calraao, Mllwaakee at St. Pa a I.
Chicaao Davllsht! a 7:55 am all IF cm
, x-aai r.uTw..a mi .iv im
i... "?,...Jm-',':: . r S:V2
Ckleaga, Reck Ulead at PaclSc.
Chicago Daylight L't'd..a 3 65 am a 3:50 am
Chicago Daylight Local a 7:) am a 6:36 pm
Chicago Express ,.bll:laam a 6:36 pm
Dra M.Jine Express a A:S pm bll:f am
Chicago Fast Kxpreas. a 6: put a i.Jb pm
WEST. ' . , .
Rocky Mountain L t d .a 7:30 am al:2 aj
Lincoln, Culo. Spring. ' ' '
, le,ivr, Pueblo aud
W.at a, 1:30 pot a 6:00 pin
Texas, California aud
Oklahoma Flyer a 6:15 pra al?:4o pm
' louls "Cannon Ball''
kpieea a 1:56 tm a 6:30 am
St. lxuie IahsI, Coun- -
t-ll Bluffs a 1:15 am aW:30jan
St l.uil V'xprr-ea l'i 'ri a 6 25 pm
t. C. at St. U I, ivjt..al'j.w put a v am
ItlLWlV TIMB CARIV-Ta-ntlnned.
BVHLIMITOH STATION loth MAOS.
BarHngtea Mlseearl Rlter.
Chicago flDorlat a 7:00 am a 1:56 fm
Chicaao Vestlbuled Ei..t 4:00 pm 7:46 am
...a :! am all:00 pm
Chicago ,1ml ted
.a 1:06 am a 7:4 pm
Barllngton A Mlsaonrl River.
Wymnre, Beatrice and
Unroln a S0 am bl2:03 pm
Nebraska Express a 2:60 am a 7:46 pm
Denver Limited a 4:10 pm a :4a am
Black Hills and Pug-et
Sound Kxnrees all:lu pm a f.M pm
C o 1 a r a d o Veetlbuled
Flyer a pm
Lincoln Fast Mall b 2:57 pm a pm
t ort crook and piatts-
mouth b 8:1 pm bl0-.S6 am
Bellevue A Pacific. Jet.. a 7:50 Dm a 1:27 am
Uellevue & Pacific Jet.. 3:30 am .
LT.... at Jflaahk jt I'aaaiill
Kansas City Day Ex. ...a 9:15 am a t:06 pm
Louis Flyer a 6:25 pm all:06 am
Kansas City Night Ex..al0:45 pm a t:) ana
WEBSTER DEPOT 1BTH WEBSTER.
Leave.- ' Arrive.
via ' '
b 4:10 pm a 10: 36 am
Nebraska Local. '
Peal. Minneapolis A
Twin City Passenger. ...a 6:30 am a :10pm
Sioux city passenger. ..a tJ-.oo pm u:lm am
......D 6:46 pm d v:43 am
a Dally.' b bally except Bunday. d Daily
except isaturnay. e uaiiy except Monaay
NOTICE OF THIS BALK OF RENEWAL
' Proposals will be reoelved by 8. C. Bhrlx-
ley, the City Clerk of the City of South.
Omaha. Nebraska, until ociock p. m.,
December 7, 1903, for the purchase of an
Issue of bonds In the sum of 621,000, bonds
rt Itafc ia.Mu.wl In 1 h it ilitnnmlnHtlnn nf . Hv
hundred dollars tM0) each, bearing date
November 1, 1:hj3. trmturlng In twenty years
after date and bearing Interest at the rate
of five (f) per cent per annum, payable
These aro renewal bona to take' up and
pay certain outstanding District improve
ment bonds of the City heretofore Issued
and outstanding: principal and Interest of
all bonda payable at the state fiscal arency
of NeDrcsxa in -roe city or New xork,
All bids must ne in writings and must
be unconditional and accompanied by a
certified check for five hundred dollars
It50i. cava be to the City of South Omaha.
Nebraska, 'purchaser to accept and pay for
said bonds within twenty daya from date
of sale by City.
The right . is reserved to reject any or
Dated at South Omaha. Nebraska. Da
cember 1, 1803. Dl dtit-mAe
CRUISER PREPARES FOR TRIP
Baffalo Will Take Place of the Baltl-
t ; Phlllpplaea. ' "
NEW YORK, Dec. 6. The United States
cruiser Buffalo reached port today from
xiampion noiog ana weni lo me isrooxiyn
navy yard to load supplies for the vessels
of the Asiatic squadron. The vessel will
be In port about a week and will then pro
ceed to Hampton Roads, where It will meet
. . , .
been convoyed - to , the far . east by .the
cruiser Baltimore. The Buffalo will take
the place of the Baltimore and will accom
pany the flotilla on Us long- trip.
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(Continued from First Page.)
i In the senate,' No question waa raised as
to the right of Frank Cannon one of the
first senators fromv Utah to occupy a aeat
In the senate; and yet Mr. Cannon waa a
Why Is It, then, that such a commotion
has been raised against Senator Smoct?
The answer Is easy. When the attack waa
i ftiade flpon Representative Brlgham H.
Roberta a number: of lawyers were em
ployed to present the case agabist him.
These same gentlemen are here today con
ducting the fight, agakut Mr. Braoot and
are trying to earn their fees. They admit.
however, that they cannot prove Mr. Smoot
to have contracted a plural marriage and
that In ronaenuenca thev have a far mare
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aimcuit ngnt oerore tnem tnan tney naa
four years ago. ,
j t ,, ..Telle. Akoat the Moros. ,, A
General Leonard Wood's campaign against
the Moros, wHIch has been a feature of the
Philippine situation during the past three
weeks, and which followed ao closely on the
heels of the Investigation now going on In
the senate committee on military affairs.
recalls the splendid record which Captain
John J. Pershing of the Fifteenth cavalry
made against: the most suspicious people
during the campaign of 1902-3.
Major General George W, Duvla, In his
annual report to the War department as
to oneratlons In the Division of the PnlllD-
nlnea; aava of Cantaln. Perahlna: 'This of-
1 7' , n Z
ark and In the field deserves special men
tion. He has displayed rare good Judg
ment, Infinite patience dealing with these
austilclous neonle. wise foreslsht in crenar
inar fn. ei-erv emera-encv iand rnntlrieenMeat
nd- flna,ly. when nothing remained but to
crush, the resistance, to so dispose his force
m' r tht wult."h
possible .losa.". , . . . ,
I three, yearg have eeUbllabed. the auprem
I acv of the American arms In tha far ut
He belongs to the claa. of Bell. Wlnt and
Jesse Lee, these ofllcers demonstrating be-
I yond question to European military men
,na, wht.lh.r th.y be araduatea of milli-ir
or naval schools, or simple volunteers, they
are fit to cope with any race or triba
I aa-ainat which thev mnv hai thrnwi
Necessary e Win Cenflgeaee.
Probably, no better Idea of the "Moro
character has been given than la. set forth
in Captala Pershing's report to his auperlur
I officera during his year or more amongst
"The Morb Is ot a peculiar makeup as
to character," says Captain Pershing,
"though the reason la plain when It la con
side red. first.- thab he la a savage; second,
that he IS a Malay; and third, that be la a
I Mohammedan. The almost Infinite combi
nation of superstitions, prejudices and sus
picions blended Into his character make
hint a difficult person to handle until fully
understood. In order to control him other
than ty brute force one must first win hi
Implidlt confidence nor Is this as difficult
I rt would Seem; but once accomplished,
i uur t.u um-oi uiiis'J- vuius ana airect nls
I thougrhui and actlona by patient and con-
I H M I. 1.1..,,. v.i
- . in wiia:iun.
but he knows very little about its teach
ings. As long aa he Is undisturbed In the
possession of Ms women and children and
his slaves, there nsed be little fear from
. This Is the estimate of a discriminating
svldler, who campaign against this peo
ple. I, one of the most brilliant of the en
life Philippine occupation. Captain perab
lugs, has returned from the Philippines,
and lg npw associated with the genera
staff of the army. The standing of tha
American army la enriched by having such
men as Pershing In It.
A Cat Never Bteede
After Porter's AntlaepUo Healing Oil Is ap
plied. . Relieves pin Instantly and heals a
lbs same lime Ftr maa r beast Pike, 26c,
AFFAIRS AT SOOTH 0MA11A
City Council Eat Muok Work Mapped Out
TO OPEN BIDS FOR RENEWAL BOND ISSUE
Ordlaaace Declaring eeeally
raving Saatk Twenty - Foartk
Street and Part ef Rallrend
Aveaae to feme l.
The city council has considerable work
laid out for the session tonight. . One Im
portant feature will be the opening of bids
for the-Issue of 321,000 renewal bonds. It
will be remembered that when the bid
were opened a week ago there was some
misunderstanding and all were rejected and
the clerk waa Instructed to advertise ugaln.
Both the mayor" and council are anxious
to get this matter cleared up before the
close of the year.
Bids for the laying of permanent side
walks during the present "year will te
opened.. One 0 the most important wit
ters to be considered will be the oidlnr.nce
declaring the necessity bf paving fjouth
Twenty-fourth street and Railroad avenue
from J street to the co'inty llnv. This
ordinance has been prepared by the t-tty
legal department and It la expected that it
will be read for the first tine tonight
Vitrified brick Is the material to bo used
In the pavement of this street. It Is planned
in .the ordinance to harrow South Twenty
fourth street from Q to U streets from 100
feet to forty feet. This will save an im
mense amount of paving and then the
Width of the street will correspond with
Railroad avenue from U street south to
the county line. In the laying of this pave
ment the present roadway will be used.
No attempt is to be made to go back to the
lines of the original road. , Thla mutter
was considered by the council, out it waa
decided that the best results could be ob
tained by sticking to the present road. In
the paving of Railroad avenue the city
paye for two-thirds of the paving and those
owning abutting property will pay the
other third. General Indebtedness -bonds
will be issued to pay for the paving and
curbing. Should the ordinance be pusred,
the work of paving this street will begin in
. AUeaes Insaranee Agent Hhorti I
R. E. Elliott, assistant superintend'ent-of
the Prudential Life Insurance company,
stated yesterday that George D. Pierce, one
of the company's solicitors located here,
waa supposed to be short In his accounts,
Mr. Elliott also stated that Pierce had left
the company's employ and that he did not
know where he waa. Mr. Elliott says the
amount ef the shortage Is In the neighbor.
hood of $600. It appears, according to Mr.
Elliott, that Pierce had made collections
on policies and neglected to. tuji tfto Uioaey
into- the company. Pierce had been In the
Insurance business In South Omaha for
about ' three years ' and was - quite well
rot Ire Have Treable.
Saturday night Captain Shields and some
of the patrolmen under him hao. trouble In
closing saloons at midnight. While thi
saloons, In the business portion of the tl',y
closed on time, those, in- the outskirts r.ld -
not. Several renorts were -' mada-to 1 (h
chief yesterday about the matter. At i'jha
Kobalaskl's ' place. Thirty-third an7. L
streets, the officer on the beat found the
saloon open at 12:30 o'clock. He closed the
place and werft over his beat, Upon his
eturn the officer found the place witfe open
and running full blast -. This time Uaptain
Shields told the proprietor to cl.se and,
the order was obeyed.'- To enfd'rc ihe 'or
der the captain placed a man on watch for
the balance of the night. Ysten7.ar morn
ing the police refused to allow the place
to open, but thla order was lat-.r modified
by the, chief.
. New Feedlota. -
Saturday- Hobart. Trowbridge, epened
their new feed lots at Seymour lake. Upon
lnvititlon of the - proprietors about : two
dosei.- live stock commission dealers from
the ixchange here drove out to the lake
arid were royally entertained. Thla firm
proposes going Into the feeding business
quite extensively. Tha railroad facilities
from the feed lots to the atock yards could
hardly be better and it will take but a
short time to reach thla market once the
stock is loaded. The feed lots are modern
In every respect' "- '' ''' " '
Exchange Meeting:' Today, '
A meeting1 of the Live Stock exchange
will be held at S o'clock this afternoon for
the purpose of voting on the Fort Worth
convention recommendations. While there
la a difference of opinion among the mem
bers as to .the .outcome, indications are
that the three propositions to be voted on
today will carry. ' In case the proposed
rules are adopted the commission deal
ers will save a good many thousand dollars
Mas;lt) Clr Uesslp.
William Latia la kalr fmm - t-tr a.. 1.
Frank O. Oleson haa returned mm ...
extended southern trip.
A 'special meetlnr of the RmrH At t-ri.
oation la to be held thia evening.
i ne Kiiiifhln and ladles of Beeurlty will
hold an Important meeting tonight.
The new Jetter bulldina- at Twntv..iiih
and Q streets la nearing completion.
The paved streets In the business -portion
of the city arer badly in need of sweeping.
Miss Anna C. Iiurram has returned to her
home In Kansas after a visit with relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Miller 7m KTr.ro.
Twenty-alxth street, are entertaliiliix
Branch Frlck of Minneapolis.
There still appears to be quite a demand
for property on O street, between Twenty
fourth and Twenty-sixth streets.
The churches in South Omaha are to be
railed upon to raise money for the local
xoung Men s Christian association. It Is
unutriiuuu im me association Is in debt
" PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS.
Charles L. Crela-h of l'titnn U'v a
C. Falntr of Spokane, Wash., Suudayed
United State Senator C H nietrih .1
naaiuiga was a nunaay visitor in the city
registering at the Her Grand. '
R. H. Batty of Hastings, J. G. Blaine of
uniawwa ana jure. 1. Ulalr or rlldnev
were Sunday guests at the Her Grand.
R. B. Coolege of Central Citv. L. R ro
of Albion, Frank Smith of Trkaraab and G.
u. uimous vi unu are at the Merchants.
E. O. Hauck of CasDer. Wvo.. nromi.
nentlv Identified Willi big sheep interests
up there,- la in the city, a guest at the
F. W. Barbiar of Franklin. Identified with
telephone lines and Incidentally - with tha
pon tics 01 tnai section, is in the city,
gueat at the Merchants.
Ous O. Becher of Columbus, C. W. Smith
or i-neyenne. wish Koae r Inner of Denver
J. P. Sedgwick of York, Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Frattcls of Cuater and D. i. Conway of
Sioux Falls were Sunday guests at the
F. Williams of Lincoln, H. J. Hatch. H
C. Mark) of Denver. C. H. Plummer of
loneua, Mom., iienry u. mnith of Math
Ington. D. "., V. 11. Pound of JuIeKburar
and C. C. Marshall ot Central City are at
Prcf. Slmek of Ames college, who has
been ihe guest of Vaclav Bureth, goes to
Council lilutTa Lnlay. where he will deliver
6 ki-ture at the high school, and from there
will go to ln Moinra. where he wUl ad-
areas lite aiaie Horticultural society.
K. L. Myer and J. A. pike, prominent clt
isens of NewH,rt, Neb., were In the city
yenterday. guwts of the Merchants, en
route homeward from, Missouri, where they
nave oeen looaina aiier aome land in.
veKlmeu'tS In the "Hig Red Apple" distriot
Horse covers md to Ot your huree.
Omsns Tei.t and Awstlug Co., Uth - asd
ECHOES OF THE ANTE ROOM .
Clematis camp, Royal Neighbors of Amer
ica, No. 17W, will give a prise masquerade
liall nt Woodman hall. Sixteenth and Capi
tol avenue, Mondny evening, December 14.
Lillian temple No. 1, Rathbone Sisters,
will give a dancing party Monday evening,
Iiecember 7, at Myrtle hall annex. Fif
teenth and Douglas streets.
The ladles of Taney camp's No. 10, Royal
Neighbors of America, famous fancy drill
team are making elaborate preparations for
a public Initiation to be given Wednesday
evening, December 9, at Royal Arcanum
Kail, to be followed by dancing. A cordial
invitation is extended to the public, to he
A meeting of the Union Veteran Monu
ment association will be held Monday even
ing, December 7, at the board of health
room In the city hall. AH members and
those having to report are earnestly re
quested to be present.
Red Cros Cantle Ne. 4. Knights of the
Golden Eagle, gave ,a sociable and enter
tainment and a dance on the evening of
November 27 at Wolfs hall, corner Twenty
second and Cuming streets, to their fam
ilies and friends, which wa participated
In by about 150 persons. The Mlxses Edith
Cutler, Gertrude O'Connor and Mamie Jsr
dlne each sang a solo, all of which Were
charmingly rendered. Mrs. B. Stewart also
contributed to the entertainment with in
strumental music. Hon. George A. Magney
delivered a short address, after which re
freshments were served. The remainder
of the evening was glvA over to social
diversions, all of which were most happily
enjoyed. ' ' ' '
The promotion committee. Modern Wood
men of America, will meet Monday even-
I n tr Tter-etviher 7 at tlio rtfflo nf Tnilia I
Baldwin in the Patterson block, Seven
teenth and Farnam streets. '
B. AM., catnp, No. 27S2, Modern Wood
men of America, Is arranging for a big
entertainment at lis meeting Friday even
ing, December 11. It la to be an old fash
ioned gathering and nothing new fangled
will be toleratedi A fine program Is being
arranged for and a splendid time is prom
The supreme assembly of the uniform
rank, Knlghte of Pythias, has recently
recognized a new fatigue uniform as regu
lation and the local company has adopted
the new outfit. The ir.embers have been
measured during the past week and the
order for the new tulta will be forwarded
to the paraphernalia house Monday evening
In the hopes of getting the new uiforms
in tlrtte -for the-entertainment before -the
close of the year! " . " . ' .' . "
Omaha council, Knlgtits of Columbus
elected the following officers for the en
suing year: Grand knight, C. J. Smyth;
deputy grand knight, T. J. Nolan; chan
cellor, F. J. Morlarty; lecturer, . W. Slm-
eral; advocate, J. P. English; warden, P.
H. Johnson; deputy warden, R. J. Bourke;
chaplain. Rev, P. A. McXIovern; Inside sen
tinel, W. P, McDevltt; outside sentinel,
W. R.- O'Shaughnessy; trustees, Jolm A.
Orelghton, William, Hvden,1 T. J. Flta
morrls. The officers will.be Installed at the
first meeting in January.
Thursday, December Jd, Garfield circle
No. 11, Ladies of the Grand Army, elected
the following officera fof! the ensuing year:
Mrs. Sarah Johnson, iTpldent; Mra. Hall,
senior vice 1 resident; Mr. Kleanor Davis,
junior vice pixslffeiUT V-r'IenIna""BJpley,
chaplain; Mrs: Nellie Wolf, Ureaiurer; Mra.
Flora Lear, tustodlan; . Mrs. Lojise
The annual election ' 6( offlcera In Ne
braska, Lodge, No, I.. Knights of Pythias,
November Hi, resulted as follows: Chan
cellor commander, C. W. Brltt; vice chan
oellor, eommandcr. Butler: B, . Anderson;
prelate, Alvln 8. KelleyV re-elected; master
of work, John W. Malone, re-elected; maa
ter at arms, D. L. Richardson; keeper of
records and seal, Df. Rsy A. Dodge; mas
ter of finance. Will' C, ' . Matthews, re
elected; master of exchequer, James A. Dal-
xell, re-elected; Inner guard, W. F. Evans;
outer guard, Henry Knodell, - re-elected;
trustee for three years, John W. CadyT re
elected; member of General Relief bureau
of Cltjc, . A.. J. Miller; recommended to the
grand chancellor for appointment aa dep
uty grand chancellor, Charles W. Kal
teier. Clan Gordon No. . 63, Order of Scottish
Clans, held its regular meeting Tuesday
evening, December 1. One new man from
the heather hills waa Initiated, and one
went through the ballot. .
It waa decided-to hold the annual Burn's
festival aa usual in January, when great
things 'ire- to 'be .expected. The 'officers
elected for 1904 were: Chief, Thomas Fal
coner, jr.; Unlet, P. T. Anderson; chap
lain, John Trench; secretary, James C.
Lindsay; financial secretary, William Brit-
ton; treasurer, William ' J. Hislop; senior
henchman, R. O. Watson; Junior heW-h-tnan.
William Chapman ;' seneshal, ' James
Cook; warden, William Melvin; sentinel,
Andrew Frame; physician, W. R. Hobba,
M. D.;' piper, J. C. Buchanan; atandard
beared, Thomaa Wbyte- .
Lillian Temple No. 1, Rathbone Sisters,
held election' of officers Monday evening,
November 30. The following officers were
elected: Mrs. William Berg, M. K. C; Mrs.
Henry Schnaber. E. B.; Mrs. R. Strethlow,
E. J.; Miti H. Schnauber, M. of T.; Mrs.
B. D. Stein, M. of R. and C; Mrs. J. R.
Stlne, M. of F.; Mrs. C. Lang,,P. of T.:
Mrs. Carlston, G. of O. T.; Mra. Charles
Bchnabtr, P. C. '
m.WFS IG.od to.sxS. o vbgkq nifwy fwyp
BIG SCANDAL ONFRISCO TRACK
Suddea Ckaagre of Jeekeye by the
Jndges Brings Matters te a
SAN FRANCISCO. Deo. (.-Whit l.'.i.
leged to be a big turf scandal has been
unearthed by the Board Of Stewards of the
California Jockey club, and has been di
vulged by the board's action last niaht In
calling off the turf a bookmaker and three
jockeys. In announcing lta decision the
' James Davis, bookmaker, is ruled off the
turf. The stewards are in poeevsslon of
Information to the effect that Davis and
D. J. Lynch have been In coll ur Ion with
Jockeys D. Hall. Ferrell and M. Adklns
to have horses pulled and to play Maainat
them in a book conducted by said Davis.
Jockeys Hail, Adklns and Ferrell are also
The climax of the board's action came
when the board learned that Jockey Hall
was to ride Divinu. Davis waa taking all
the Divine money offered. When the stew
ards substituted Jot key J. Martin -for D.
Hall at the last minute Davia refused to
take another dollar on Dlvlna. An exam
ination of Davis' sheets showed thst he
stood to -pay out 860, uuW if Dlvlna won, while
on the next higheat bora. Yellow Tall, he
stood lo pay out but 31.3u0.
PARIS. Dec. 4 A r nous da Riviere, the
manager of the forthcoming international
cheasmaater- tournament, announced todar
thut only six players would be Invited to
take part in the t-ouirress. which will heein
In trie first week in February and will end
In the firat week In March, the exact date
to I announced later. The following ex
perts have o fir leen asked to enter:
lakrr, TscHgorin, Marco. Martihall. At
kin. Jamiwrki and Swiderekl. but a apeclal
rxnmiaUn will have to decide about the
final eoniiMMMtton of the team. There wil
he two diKtiiMt events, a content for a
challenge cup sod fl.i"9 In money, and nn
iMtemafiorirl Bier -uir,,-tf tnurnev for
tuc.a. Mr. tiles kaa offcr4 3u0 lu prists.
Oil AH A LIVE STOCK MARKET
Eoef Steeri sod Fseden Aboat Steady for
the Week and Qjd Cows Strong.
HOGS SOME HIGHER THAN A WEEK AGO
Fat Sheen Are About I'llteea (rata
Lower for Week, but Demand for
Feeders Has Been Safflcleat
te Hold Prices steady.
SOUTH OMAHA. Dec. .
Official Tucaiiay ,
OMtclal Friday, ,
Cattle. Hogs Sheep.
Week ending Dec. 5 J9.1TR 4C..303 6H.4H1
Week ending Nov. 2H W.iSM X7.0S) Hl.SOl
Week cnnliiK Nov. tl yi.3il 4a,ll 11, 6M
Week ending Nov. 14 W.iW-t 3B.i!) 'iK.eW
Week ending Nov. 7 ii.WH i.i7 t!(&i)
Same we k last year 21.VM 54.4i 45.b51
RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR TO DATK.
The following table shows the receipts ot
caul.-, hogs and sheep at noutn Omaha (or
the jcar it date and comparisons with last
, 1903. 1901 Inc. Use,
Ule ...l,015,.a 944.744 71,319
H"S i,0t3,i73 MiH4,sro 11.40!
Bw 1.7fai,042 l,6,loo liJ.KW
Average prices paid tor nogs at South
Omaha tor the last, several daya with com
parisons; pate. I 1903. jl902. 11901. 11900. 11S99. 11898. il897.
I 6 til t 67 4 821 t 67) 3C I 33
4 64 6 ttt I 4 90 3 Ml 3 061 8 61
4 44,1 6 11 6 U 4 761 1 3 ii 3 81
4 S-t 811 6 3 I 861 8 t
4 444k an E IM 4 Tfti I 3 di 3 84
4 4tKtl 2D
s is t idi IKI - 1 si
IM! I 7Hi 3 ti 3 31
6 76 4 7)11 8 t 3 8il 3 29
6 6 4 78 3 8&I 8 44 1 3 27
( Mlj 3 621 3 4t i 27
5 70 1 3 771 3 881 3 3U
6 78 4 67 3 23,
6 7:41 4 7rti.3 7hi
I 4 71; 8 73 3 a
6 (wi ii 3 Bn J lu
6 H) 4 Wr 4 711 3 21'
I 4 63 3 74 3 2.'
5 95 3 76 8 28
6 8 4 64 I 8 29'
6 K 4 iS 3 811 I
6 06 4 77 3 80 1 3 37!
4 40- 6 131
f 4.;'ii e n
4 3?m 6 24i
Indicates Bunday. Indicates holiday.
The official number of cars of stock
brought in today by each road was:
Cattle. HgB. Shp. Horn.
C, M. A St. P. Ry
mo. rac. 11 y 4 1
Union Psc, System.. 8 6
C. & N. W, Ry'. . 30
F., E. m! V. R. R.. .. 1
C, St. P., M. & 0 11
B. & M. Ry 10
C. , B. & Q. Ry
K. C. at St. J 4
C, R. 1. A P., east 9
C. R. I. & P., weat.... .. 1
Illinois Central 6
Chi. Gr't West'n 2
Total receipts 11 110
The dlsDositlon of the day's recelms waa
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber oi naq Indies tea
Omaha Packing Co...
Swift and Company.,...
Cudahy 1'acklng Co
Armour & Co
Omaha I'kg. Co., St. Joe
Armour & Co., S. C
Lobmun ft Co
CATTLE The same as usual on a Sat
urday, there were not enough catt1 here
thla morning to make a marKet. For tne
week locelitiH. have been about the same
as for Mast Week, but as compared with
the correwponulng week of lust year there
Is a decrease of about 8,000 head.
There has been quite an Increase this
week In the receipts of corn-fed stecid,
but most of those to arrive have been
warmed up and short-fed stock and have
not sold to fcood advantage. As compared
with the clone of last week, there Is very
little change In ruling prices. The com
mon kinds, of course, sell unevenly, and
for that reason eome sales look much but
ter than others, but as a general thing th-
prices l-oid are aiiout the name as a week
ago. The remand for the better grades of
corn-feds hua been active all tne week,
with prices fully steady. Good to hOW
corn-feds may be quoted from 84.60 te 88.10.
fair to good- :rom 4 25 to M.5o, und Wiirmcu
up cattie from 83.60 to 64.26. :' ' - '
The cow market has ieen active most
of the week and prices, if aoy thing, ate a
little higher than at the close of last week.
The advance, however, is confined very
largely to the better grades and would be
ooveied by 10c and In extreme cases by 16o.
Canners and cutters are aoout steady uii.l
are selling from 3176 to 12.40. Fair to good
rows go from 32.40 to 82.7ft, and good to
choice from 32.76 to 33.00, with an occasional
sale a little above that. Quite a few corn,
feds are beginning to arrive, but they are
mostly ahott-fed and sell In about the same
notches as grangers of the same quality and
Bulls, veal calves and stags are still sell
ing in about the same notches they have
been for the last several weeks.
The week opened with an active demand
for Blockers and feeders and prices ad
vanced a little.., Toward the close of Wis
week, however, there was not aa much
activity aud a large share of the advance
waa lost, closing prices being about the
same as a week ago. Common cattle sell
from 33.00 down, fair to good from 83.00 to
33.25. and good to choice from 33.26 to 83.50.
There has been a big decrease In the re
ceipts of western grass beef steers, hut
those that have arrived heve met with
ready sale at firm prices all the week.
Western cows and xtockers and feeders
have fluctuated as noted above.
HOGS Conditions were all unfavorable
to the selling Intereats this morning and
the market hre opened about a nickel
lower. A few loads sold at prices that
wero not much, if any. lower, but before
there was time to transact much business
the market weakened still more and kept
getting woree. until at the close the ions
was fully a dime. Trading waa slow all
the morning, aa It seemed to be hard fur
buyers and sellers to agree on piicen.
Heavy weights sold largely from 34.80 to
34.36. Light hogs weighing much under
200 pound, unless tney wtere very prime!
had to sell In about the same notches.
Medium and mixed hogs sold largely from
84 36 to 34.40, and butcher weights, or thoee
weighing fmm 200 to 260 pounds, if of good
quality, sold from 84.40 to 34.60.
There haa been a fairly liberal run of
hogs here this week, as there is a small
Increase over last week, but there is u
slight decrease aa compared with the sam
week of last year. There- has been a
stronger tone to the trade this week, and
even with today's decline the advance for
the week amounts to nearly a dime. On
Friday the gain amounted to neatly JOn.
As compared with a year ago, the market
is still nearly 32.00 per 100 pounds lowei
4,&.'3 S.4J6 1I.0.U
. . 4.i 7.u0 lo.uttl
... 6.1H k.Tttf 11,043
... 3.3.M it. 4.51 H..U
.. 7.KI5 1.71
.. M K.tUU l.4
Ha. At. 6a. Tt. No. Av. Mi. Pr.
48 J( 1W til 11 t 349 4 40
14 946 M I 111 1 M 4 40
(I Mi 40 4 S tT -...199 ... 4 40
4) ... 4 69 (3 81 1D 4 4
6.1 3US 0 4 80 IT 7S ... 4 49
4 WO ... 4 SO it tit M 4 44
t7 Ill MS 4 SO 4W J03 ... 4 40
14 m ltt 4 tt ti .Hit ... 4 40
134 140 4 tt 10 173 M 4 to
t-1 m 40 4 4 . t 2t W 4 40
tt S-'O M 4 8S 41 tit a 4 4u
n 2J 12 4 tt 140 ... 4 40
t4. ...... .tilt 10 4 Si 0 lta 40 4 4u
a., S4t ... 4 St . i mi M 4 40
4k.! tit 110 4 to 44 SHI ... 4 4
4t i0 ... 4 tt 41 7 tO 4 40
41 32t (4 111 b4 1" 40 4 4V
U 211 4 M 41 24S SO 4 40
tt Iht It 4 tt 41 tut tot 4 40
M JV4 ... 4 tt Oi til 40 4 40
tl m 40 4 34 24 t&l ... 4 40
31 t 40 4 St 44 4t
tt 'T M 4 S3 IS 1 . .214 10 4 43-
11 SO0 ... 4 St ...... m to 4 4!
fl ..Ski IS 4 S3 C5 SSI to 4 42
tl ..Iht ... 4 S3 70 1141 40 4 41
44. ....... Hl . . 4 Sr. 47 SHI 4t 4 4J',
U tut It 4 V, tl 14 ... 4 4t
tl til t0 4 V. II Ill ... 4 4J
tt tt M0 I S 71 121 40 Hi
ti ...tkl tao 4 ti tl IH ... 4 4f
44 21 10 4 'i 41 10 40 4 45
S3 27 W 4 17 U ti1 M 4 46
tt S4t ItO 4 87 41 10 40 4 4t
tl tW M 4 S74 S3. 174 to 4 4i
tl 3:4 S40 4 tT tT I3T 40 4 4t
tt 2 140 4 11 tT 344 14 4 4i
44 241 to 4 tl Tt SM 40 4 tO
tt 24 M 4 17 ft..; IS1 HO 4 M
tt S3 1 .... 4 tl Tt 1 ... 4 M
11 141 V, 4 40
SHEEP There were about six cars ot
Sheep in the yards thla morning, but only
art of them were on sal. Some ted
wethers brought 13.50. which looked about
like a steady price as compared with yes
terday, tor the week receipts are nearly
twice aa large as for last week and there
Is-also a good gain as coraared with the
same week of last year. A large share of
the offeriose is now made 11 1 of fed stuff
and, of couth, western rangers will be
more scarce from this time on. lu the fu
ture ouotations In these columns will sd
ply to corn-fed stock unless otherwise
The firct of this week prices advanced
considerably under the Influence ot a good
demand, but toward the close (lackers look
off all they out on and more. too. Aa eom
tared with UoOday the market is fully Jac
wer or aa compered with the cloee of
taxi wen tuom iuc mww. 1 nia nppurB iu
fed stuTT as well as to western arasaers,
bat sliwi'l-leu atuft suAarnd tha luusl ot
. , JlS the Cigar with th
That's the same to-day, to-morrow, forever.
. 5c. here, there, everywhere. -
The Largest Selling Brand of Cigars in the World.
The Band Is the Smoker's Protection.
' On Tuesday, December 8 y the Rock
Island System will sell round trip
tickets to the South at greatly reduced
rates'. ' 'Embrace this chance to in
. vestigate the v opportunities in Okla
homa and Texas.
Rates from Council Bhijfs or Omaha as follows:
To Galveston, Houston,
'."Worth and Dallas, Texas, end all points in Okla
homa and Indian
To all poiuts on Rock If land System El Paso
Division in Texas and h f!T
' I-ew ., Jlcxied . V ........... ,
To all points on El Vam and North Eastern south
of Alamagordo, New, Mexico, including Iteming,
. , also'-El - Paso,
Send for Koclc
' "OKLAHOMA." A
all. Good lambs have been scarce . aud
have not shown as much change.
The demand for feeders has been about -
equal to tne supply all the week and as a
result prices have shown very little change
on desirable grades. Common stuff, -though,
la a little lower and extremely hard to sail.
Quotations for corn-fed stock: Choice
western lambs,, f5.0od4.25; fair to good
lambs, tt.tMaiM; good to choice yearlings,
$:i.7i)i4.0u; tnlr. to good yearlings, !3.boB3.T0;
choice wethers. I3.354jj3.66: fair to Riioc
wethers $3.263.35; fair to good ewes, M.att
1.00; choice feeder lambs, il.60&4.10; fair to
good feeder ntmbs, $3.25(43.60; baby lambs,
12 0033.00; feeder yearlings, t3.2T(i3.&0; feeder
wethers, I3.i:.g3.36; feeder ewes, f'.'.OO.&O;
culls, l.(W41!.0u. Representative sales;
IS western ewes ...
tin western wethers
ll western lambs ..
CHICAGO live: stock, market.
Ileavy Rerelpis of Jlogs and Sheep,
with Light ( Cattle.
CHICAGO. Dee. o.-CATTLK-Recelpts,
&00 head; mnrket nominal; good to prime
steers, IS if, 6.71; poor to medium, U.5if
4 "i0; stockcrs nd feedetr, 'J.0OU4.2o, ouwn,
1.5ix&4.0j; heifers, $2.0uw4.75; canneri". tl.Mtf
2.40; bulls, 2.0oft4 5,j; ralvea, f2.oOtit;.7ii;
'l exas fed steers, $3-Ou(ij3.71; western steers,
HOU8 Receipt, 32,000 head; estlmnted
Holiday, 60,000; market 10'llVc l.iwer; nitxod
and batch, l4.ioim.56; good to ' choice
heuvy. t4.4iig4.SO: rough heavy, t4.15f4.S5;
llKht, $4 2-.4(4 .jo: bulk uP salon. J4.kM 4.V
Hll 1JEP AND KA MBS Receipts, Zi.OOO
head: market steady; good to choice weth
ers, 3.Ji'4.26; fair to choice mixed, X00''i
5 75; western sheep, 13 OO-wK feo: native lambk,
4. 00fj6.75; western larub4, J4.001.i6. 40.
Kansas C'ltr Live Itsi-K Market.
KANSAH CITT, Iee. J.-CATTI.E-He-
celpts, loo hi.-a.il; market, unchanged. J-Jx-
Miit and ureaaed beer steers, tl.tfut.OU; lair
to a nod. 13.lHiu4.4u: western ftd steel a. t'in
63 45; southern cows, ll.didi--fit; native cuwa,
Jl "Hi 3. 611; native heifers l2.inxii3.Mu; bulls,
J lfv(3 2o: ralves, 2.75(jj.0O. Iteceipta lor
week. 47.4110 neaa.
1IOG8 Recelots, 4,0(4 head; market, 1(k
16c lower; top, 14.45: bulk of sales, H &tfi4M;
heavy, Ht"".i4 fvi; packers. 4.&iK(i4.&6; pigs
and light, t4.4oftj4.50. Receipts fur the week,
BHEEP AND I.AMKB Rec-rlpta. none;
native lanilm. i4.5orri5.25: western In m Ihi.
t4.4irft5.0O; fed ewes, 1:i13:i5; siockers Slid
reeoers. 11. ibmz.&a. tteceipu for tfo week,
St. Loala Live Ktatk Market-
BT. I-OUI8. Iec. B. CATTLE RecclDts,
4u head, including 100 Texans: market.
unlet and steady; native xhliiplng und ex
port steers, 4.05 40; dreaned beef and
putrhers steers. $3.Doti5 2F; steers under l.CmO
pounds, tl. Ilb4. 75; siockers and feeders.
12.20-213 50; cows and lietiers. t2 20ii4 25; fancy
corn fed heifers. 44.50; fanner, $17irti2.16:
bulls. t2.2Cii4.UO; calves, f2.sciii.75; Texas and
Indian ataers. t2.2f4i4.2o. the. top for fed;
cows and hi If era, t(m-,bu.
HfXJ ft Receipts. 3l) head; 10c lower:
plus and lights. t 25'a4 45; packers. 14 2i
1.4c; butchers aud lieat lieavy, ti :iv(i4 to.
SHEEP AND LAM lid Receljiis. 5.tl head;
steady; native muttoiia, t310t6 75: liimlm.
$4nwiS 50; culls and bucks, tiOOlfoo; -mockers,
St. Joseph Live gtxk Market.
ST. JOtHEPU, Mo . Dec. I CATTI.K -Receljits,
lt bead. The market was steaiiv.
1HK18 fte eipts, 10 t7t head Price w. re
Diostiy 16c lower: hshl, t4.ai4.; uitxlium
and heavy. t4 46.54 0.
XMr:h.P-ll(-ceipia, head. Prkts ttiv
. The Only Cigar
1 i i iiiaiirriMnM 1 i in 1 ii iiiiiiiaiaani
San Antonio, Waco, Fort
Island's- new publication,'
postal will bring; it free.
F. P. RUTHERFORD, D.P.A.
' ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM
1323 FARNAM STREET, OMAHA.
Cnr Ail Special
DISEASES OF m
WEU, NEBYOUS WEN
KIDNEY AND BLADDER
Treatment n.nd Medicine
$5.00 PER UONTU
Examinations and advice free at offloe or
by mall. Written contracts given In all
curable Aleease M refund money paid fof
treatment. Treatment by mall. 14 years
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