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THE OMATTA DAILY I?EE: SATURDAY. XOVEMDEK 19. 1904.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
WE LOAN ON
If You Ever
omaha mortgage loan co.
118 Hoard of Trade lilig Tel. 22i.
(Established 1A31.) Jj 6. 161 h St
MEN IN BEST TOSITIONS
Sometime need money. We can supply
the need without publicity and au lonet
rates on ealary or on furnuuie, pianos,
etc. iJealliiRa fairest. See us befois bor
rowing elsewhere. Open every 'iuesiidy
nd Saturday evenings until t o'clock
THE i. A. HUTfuN CO., 14-6l6 Paxton
LOANS made on all kinds of chattel se
curity, also on SALARIES.
iow Kates. Kasy ierms
Sulck and Confidential Service,
on us If In r.eed of MONET.
PHOKN1X CIlKDIT CO..
&13 Paxton Block.
BO WEN'S MONEY
Easy to get on furniture, pUnon, hones,
cows, Jewelry, or on your plain note, If
teadlly employed. 70i N. V. Life b.dg.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOpTIj
nd others without security; easv pay
ments; largest business In 49 prlnolpal
cities. Tulman, Koom 711, N. If. Lite.
MONEY loaned on furniture, (alary,
horses, etc.; half usual rates. Dr. Prlu
benow, room 214 at 2C 8. loth St. Tel.
SALARY AND CHATTEL T-OANS.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO..
V7-8 PAXTON BLOCK. 'PHONE 1411.
MONEY loaned on salary, furniture, Jew.
elry, horses. Duff Green Loan Co, I
Barker Block. X 4i3
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew
elry. horses, cows, etc. C. F. Iteed, 319 8.
"lh. X li
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE. STAR
LOAN CO., 644 PAXTON BLOCK.
BEE FULLER. 425 Paxton block, for loans
on watches, diamonds and Jewelry.
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans. Fo
ley Loan Co., 1504 Farnam St. X 112
SALARY and collnterfll loans. Templeton.
212 Bee Bldg. Tel. 2904. X ll
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
FARM and city loans; lowest rates. VV H
Thomas, First Nat l Bank Bldg. Tel. 1649.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wee4, 1520 Douglas
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co, 13J0 Farnam St.
MONEY TO LOAN. Payne investment Co.
.6 PER CENT loans, Garvin Bros., JB04
Farnam. W 426
LOWEST rates. Bemls. Paxton block.
MONEY to loan on real estate at S and SSi
per cent. W. B. Melkle. 205 Rampe bldg.
WILL trade sewing machine for type
writer. Neb. Cycle Co., 16th and Harney.
IP YOU do not find What you want In this
column put an ad. In and you will soon
get It. z w
FOR EXCHANGE, choice Omaha property
for property In Kansas City, Mo., or
Pallna. Kan. Business Exchange, Rox
283, Omaha. Z-.-M939 20x
WILL exchange fine piano for horse.
Schmoller & Mueller, 1313 Farnam. Tel.
Have on n.y Hat several farms to be
traded for business of various kinds.
160 acres excellent corn land, wl im
proved, in Merrick Co., tu trade for gen
eral stock and hardware.
Several farms In the Klkhorn valley, 320
acrea, $20 per acre; fine hay Unci; no Im
provements but fence, to be traded in
quarters or as a whole.
The finest tract of land In Nebraska, one
section fenced, has deep black soil and In
No. 1 country, In Merrick Co.; is the
greatest bargain on the market today, at
i.H per acre.
Have several bargains' In good business
premonitions of all kind: hardware, gen
eral nulHe., grocery, Implements, etc.
JOHN B.. HANSEN,
121 N. T. Life, Omaha.
Z 932 18
WANTED TO BUY
BHQNFELD, the ANTIQUARIAN, 121 N.
Y. Life, pays highest price (or book
Tel. 3036. . ... N t
WILLOWS WANTED Bids wanted to
furnlah 60.000 to 76.UUO cords of live wil
lows, not less than 12' feet long and from
one to three Inches In diameter' must be
all live willows, entirely free from dead
brush; to be delivered, wire bound, in
bunches, nbout January 1 to 16 on east
bank of Missouri river opposite pumping
station at Florence, Neb. Right reserved
tu reject any - or all bids. The Omaha
Water Co., Omaha, Neb. N M9I5 19
CASH for your horses. Melcholr's Livery
barn. N H
CASH (or your horses. Melcholr's Livery
FOR SALE HORSE & WAGONS
FINE 1375 pncumatlo Stanhope, nearly new,
1125; open pneumatic runabout, $tW. Drum
mond, 18th and Harney. P 370
FOR SALID Horses for city driving or de
livery. Your livery trade solicited In
either buggy or carriage work. Mel
cholr's Livery Burn. P 371
ROCK AWAY, high grade, second-hand,
f:ood shape, cheap. H. H. Fredrlckson,
601 Capitol Ave. P 948 N2i
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
A $10 OFFICE In the Bee building time
with it all the conveniences and advan
tages in the way ct heat, light, Jui.lt or
service, au-night and (.11 day mid Sunday
elevator service. A $0 office is now va
cant. Call at once. K. C. Peters & Co.,
ground floor. Bee building. I S23
l-STORY and basement brick building. 1003
Farnam, ftxluo, hydraulic elevator, suit
able for wholesale or manufacturing. 14
First Nat l Bank building.
IF A GOOD light Is needed wt an show
you a north front office on ihe fifth Moor
a splendid room, at the moderate price of
$20. R. c. Petera Co.. ground floor. Be
building. 1 S23
SUES at CO., Patent lawyers; advice free.
Throe offices: Bee building, Oniutiu, Neb. ;
1M Dearborn St., Chicago, 111., and iuo3 F
St., Washington. D. C. Tel. ltL'3.
J. EMERY LESTER,
Patents and patent law, mechanical
draughting and blue printing. Suite sjo
Paxtun block, Omaha, Neb. 'Phone iTtlS.
PATENTS H. A. Bturgis, registered attor.
ney. Patents, trade marks, copyrigl.ts.
No feea unless uciesful. 617 New Yo-s
Life building. Omaha. Neb.
DRESSMAKING. Tel. F-2797, 619 8. 20th.
Mrs Garceax M814 D-3
IN families. Miss Sturdy. 'Phone A-1766.
Ul-i 'RLYWINE, 193 CALIFORNIA
lei. M-I46 !!
SECRET SOCIETY MEETINGS
VFSTA CHATTER. NO. .. ORDER EAST
l.HS PTAR-flp-rlal meetlna; for woik
Biturdav. November 19. Minn
WIN I FR KD WALLACE. Secretary.
UR TRIES treats successful)? all diseases
end Irregularities of women, from any
muse; experienced and reliable. Address,
with stamp, Dr. Pries. 16Utt Dodge St.,
WITHOUT AN OPERATION
A written guarantee given In every cum
treated r,j DH. MAXWJiLL, 624- Be
LADIES In trouole writing to pot box
757, Omaha, Neb., will not regret It.
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies adopted. The Good Samaritan Sani
tarium, 728 1st ave., Council bluffs, la.
Tel. 774. 62
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
Mes boarded and adopted. Mrs Qardell,
2210 Charles. Tel. A2US. 43U
PRIVATE home during confinement. Rabies
ndooted. Mrs. Dr. King. 606 N. 16th. Tel.
ISM. m D4
Johnson lustliute, (It N.Y. Life bldg. T.L1WI
M RS. JOHN R. Ml &ICK, Osteopathy Phy.
slcian; ofilec, Douglas block. Tel. 2823.
DR. FAR WELL, specialty nervous disease.
604 Paxtin. Sal
Huntington & Etratton, 838 N. T. Life.
GYLMER. scientific palmist, 715 N. 23d.
S 85 Dlo
LYNGSTAD & RUFFNER.
PDINTCBC Crounne Block, Corner
riAin 1 CIJ wtn St. and Capitol A
KRAMER A CHANDLER. QUICK
PRINTERS, 1106-O8 Douglas St. To de
liver work when premised Is our hobby.
J. M. SIRPLESS, reliable printer; estab
lished 12 years. 203 S. 13th St., Omaha.
HESS NWOBODA, 1416 Farnam. 431
CHAS EDERER. Reasonable. 30th and
Bristol, Tel. 1796 M929
L. HENDERSON, 1519 Farnam. SentTTor
price list of cut flowers and plants.
ALFRED DONAOI1UE. JR., 1607 Farnam.
Tel. J!i33. 431
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
E. F. MOREARTY, Attorney, 437 Paxton.
Tel. A2638. 434
JOHN M. MACFARLAND, New York Life
bldg., rooms 304 and 319. Tel. 1562.
COLLECTIONS promptly reported. m-t
Paxton block. 436
LOST, gold locket; "C. E. B." on back;
picture Inside; suitable reward for same;
return to Bee office. Lost M774 20x
FARMS FOR RENT
40 ACRES near Benson, Neb., 14 per acre.
The Byron Reed Co. Si m 10
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
A. C. VAN BANT S school. 717 N. Y. Life.
(Should be read DAILY by all interested,
as changes may occur at anv time.)
Foreign malls (or the week ending No
vember lit, liiH, wul cn He ii i.u.uri in
II iMtsee) at the Oeneral Postofflce aa fol-
J lows: 1'aicels-pnsii iiihiim cb.ni- one hour
earlier tnan closing time anown oeiow.
Parcels-post mails tor Germany close at f
p m. November 14, per a. a. Bremen; No
vember 1, per s. s. Hamburg, and Novem
ber 21, per s. 8. Kaiser Wllhelm der O rouse.
Regular and Supplementary malls close
st Foreign Stntlon (corner of West and
Morton Streets) half hour later than clos
ing time shown below, (except that Supple
mentary Malls for Europe and Central
America, via Colon, close one hour later at
BATl'RDAY (1!)) At 6 u. nt. for El'ROPE,
per s. s. New York, vln, Plymouth and
Cherbourg (mall for Liverpool, Scotland
nnd Ireland must be directed "per s. s.
New York"); at S:S0 n. m. nupplementnry
10 a. ui.l for EL'ROPE. per s. s. Lucanlfi.
via Queenstown and Liverpool; at 8:3-
a, m. for BELGU'M direct, per a. s.
Vaderland (mull must be directed "per
s. s. Vaderland"); nt 8:30 a. m. for ITALY
direct, per s. s. Hohonzollern (mail muHt
be directed "per . Hohenrollern") : nt
11 a. m foe NORWAY PARCEL8-P0ST
MAILS, per .. Isl-ind (regular mail for
Denmark must be directed "oer . s. I
land"); at 12:30 p. m. for SCOTLAND
direct, per a. s. Columbia (mnll must be
directed "per s. s Columbia").
stalls fur Month and Central America,
West Indies, Etc. '
SATURDAY (19). At 8 a. m. for BER
MUDA. Der a. a. Trinidad: at 8:30 a. m.
(supplementary 9 30 a. m.) for CURACAO
ana v trsr.z. ui.ua, per a. s. z,uua tmn
for Colombia, via Curacao, must De di
rected "per n. n. Zulla"); at 9 a. m. for
PORTO RICO, per a. s. Coamo. via Sun
Juan; at 9:30 a. m. (supplementary 10:30
a. m) for FORTUNE ISLAND, JA
MAICA and COLOMBIA, except Magda
lena Department, per s. s. Valencia (mall
(or Costa Rica, via Llmon. must be di
rected "per a. s. Valencia"); at 10 a. m.
(or CUBA, .per s. s. Mexico, via Havana;
at 10 a. m. (or MEXICO, per s. s.
Matanzasv via Tamplco (mall must be
directed "per s. s. Matanzas"); at 11:30
a. m. (or BRAZIL, per . s. Moorish
Prince, via Pernambuco, Rio Janeiro and
Phi, to (mnll for Northern Brasll, Argen
tine, Uruguay and Paraguay must be di
rected "per a. s. Moorish Prince").
NOTICE Five cents per half ounce In ad
dition to the regu'ar postage, mut be
prepaid on all letters forwarded by the
SUPPLEMENTARY MA4X.8, irul letters
deposited In the drop marked '.etters
for Forelgi: Countries." after i CLOS
1NO OF THE REGULAR MAIL, for
despatch by a p.ortlcular veaael, will not
be so forwarded un'ess sucn addition il
poetufre 1 fully prepaid thereon by
Stamps. buppler.vintary ran.at-'xntlo
malls are siso opened on th )ers of
the AMERICAN, ENGLISH and
FRENCH steamers, whenever the sail
ings occur Lt ft s. m. or later; and late
mall may be deposited in the mall boxes
on the piers of the Gorman lines sailing
from Hoboken. The malls on the pins
open one hour and a hlf before sailing
time, and close ten minute before Ball
ing time. Only regular postage (letters
6 cents a half ounce) Is requited on ar
ticles mailed on the piers of the Ameri
can, White Star and German (Sea Post)
steamers; double postage tlotters 10 cents
a half ounce on other lines
Malls Forw arde Overland, Etc., Ex.
CUBA Via port Tampa, Florida, elnses st
thl office dally, except Thursday, at
Jo 30 a. in. the connecting malls close
nere on Mondays. Wsdnesuays and Sat
MEXICO CITY-Overland, unless specially
addressed ror iespatch by steamer,
cli-ses at thla offlco daily, except Sunday,
. . i . .. ... . .. t uvua n. m Akimlivi a I
HI A.wV p. .
1 n. m. and 10:3t' p. m.
NEWFOUND An J
T iMnl Parr!lB.Pnat
Malls-By rail to North Sydney, and
.1 .... ai..amHr fluMCS at tltlS OfllCI
-dally, except Sunday, at 7 p. m.: Sunday
at i 30 p. m. (connecting malls clusu
here every Monday. Wedi.esday and Sat-
JAMAA-By rail to Boston, and thenoe
by steamer, closes at this orhte at 7
P Byn'ra1lii,todapVhlladelphla. and Jhenca by
steamer, closes at this offic at W.30 P m
MIu'uELo By rail to Boaton, and tbance
by atewmer, closes at thu ottloe daliy.
cept Sunday, at 7 p.
m.; tfunduy at
6 :3'l p. m.
P.KIT1SH HONDURAS. HONDURAS (raat
Coa-t) and GUATEMALA By mil to
New Orleans, end mence by steamer,
close at tnr office dally, except pun
oay, at l:i o. m. and !i0:30 p. m., Sun
days at i p. m. anu l;i:3y p. m. (con
necting mcii closes here Mondays at
1U:1W p. m ).
coSTA RICA Ry rail to New Orleans
and thence by steamer, close at thl"
office dnlly. except Sunday, at 1:30 p m
and 110 3" p. m., Sundays at l:00 p m'
and $in:3') p. m. (connecting mall closes
here Tuesdays at $10:30 p. m.).
NI('ARA(Jl A (Knst l o:ist Hv rail to New
Orleans, and thence by steamer, closes
at this office dnlly except Sunday, at
Jl Jft p. m. and J10 J0 p. m., Sundavs at
11:00 P. -m and flO JO p m '"0"Ti'ecting
mall close here Thursdays) at 10:3O p m )
R-gitere'1 mull close at t-.tte p. m. pre
Transpacific Malls. Forwarded Over,
The schedule of clostnc of Transpacific
mails Is arrnnired on the presumption of
their uninterrupted overland transit tu
port of sailing. The final connecting
malls (except registered Transpacific
mails which close 6:00 p. m. previous
day close st he general postofflce. New
York, as fol..iws:
HAWAII, via Son Francisco, close at 6 p.
m. November 14 for despatch rer s. s.
COREA, CHINA and speclsllv sddreased
mall for PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, via
Taeoma, c'ose at 6 p. in. November 18 for
despatch per s. e. Deucalion.
TAHITI and MARQUEfcAA ISLANDS, via
San Francisco, close at 6 p. n. Novem
ber 20 for despatch per s. s. IVinriposa.
HAWAII, JAPAN. COREA, CHINA and
specially addressed mall for the PHIL
IPPINE ISLANDS, via San Francisco,
close at 6 p. m. November 21, (or despatch
per s. s. Coptic.
JAPAN (except parcels-post malls). CO.
REA. CHINA and specially addressed
mall for PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, via
Vancouver and Victoria, B. (!., close at
( p. m. November 22 for despatch per a.
s. Empress of China.
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS and GUAM, via
San Francisco, close at 6 p. m. Novem
ber 26' for depatc;. per V. S. Transport.
NEW ZEALAND. AUSTRALIA (except
west), NEW CALEDONIA. SAMOA,
HAWAII and specially ndfressed mall
for the FIJI ISLANDS, via San Fran
cisco, close at t p. m. November 26 for
despatch per s. s. Sonoma. (If the Cunard
steamer carrying the British mail (or
New Zealand does not arrive In time to
connect with this despatch, axtra malls
closing at 6:30 a. m., 9:5 a. m. and I
p. m.; Sundays at 4:30 a. m.. a a. m. and
t p. m. will be made up nnd rorwarded
until the srrlvsl of the cunard steamer).
HAWAII, JAPAN, COREA, CHINA and
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS via 8an Fran
cisco, cloiss at 6 p. m. November 28 for
despatch per s. 8. Corca.
FIJ'. ISLANDS. AUSTRALIA (except
West) and NEW CALEDONIA, via Van
couver and Victoria, B. C. close at 6
S.- m. December $ (or despatch per s. s.
I oa na.
MANCHURIA (except New Chwang) nnd
EASTERN SIBERIA is at present (or
wurded via Russia.
NOTE Unless otherwise addressed, West
Australia Is forwarded via Europe; New
Zealand via San Francisco, and certain
places In the Chinese Province of Yun
nan, via British India the quickest
routes. Philippines specially addressed
"via Europe" must be fully prepaid at
the foreign rates. Hawaii Is forwarded
via San Frnn"'"-" ercl"lv'v
EDWARD M. MORGAN,
Poatofflce, New York. N- Y Nov. 11. 1P04.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Bids will be received until 4 o'clock p. m.
on Saturday, November 20, 1K04, at the of
fice of the undersigned in Lincoln, Ne
braska, room lul 01 the centrul building,
state university grounds, for the construc
tion ot an adinlniHtratlon building for said
university upon Its grounds In Lincoln, ac
cording to plans und specifications on tile
in the office ot the superintendent of con
struction, room 112 In said central building.
Bidders must consult tno superintendent
before preparing and tiling bids, upun ail
matters which may appear to them uncer
tain In either plans or forms of contract
and bond on tile with tne bupurintendent.
They must also personally Inspect the uni
versity campus and the building site there
on selected. Bids must conform strictly
to the plans and specihcatlous and to the
requirements of this notice. Bidders must
be prcpured to furnish commercial ratings
or satisfactory references upon their finan
cial standing, If the same b required by
the university authorities. Each bid must
be accompanied by a certified check on
some Lincoln bank, payable to the Uni
versity of Nebruska unconditionally, for
the sum of $000. The check of ti.e success
ful bidder, In case of an award, will be
held as a guaranty for furniBhlng to the
superintendent schedules of materials with
quantities and prices, signing the building
contract In form as proponed and furnish
ing security company bond In a sum equal
to one-third of ihe contract price of the
building. Both the accurity company of
fered and the form of bond must De satis
factory to the Board of Regents or its
building committee. In case the successful
bidder falls within two weeks from the date
of the award to file said schedules, falls
to furnish and file bonds as required or to
enter Into contract at the amount of his
bid the check deposited by him will be
forfeited to the university as liquidated
damages without further proceedings or
notice. The check of the bidder whose bid
is second best. In the Judgment of thn
Board of Regents or Its building committee,
will also be held pendiiiK the negotiations
for the closing of a contract with the first
best bidder, or until lt Is determined
whether the second best bid will be taken
up or' rebidding called for. All bld.i must
bear the residence or business nddrehs of
the bidder, must he signed, sealed up, ad
dressed to the undersigned, and be plainly
marked on the outside with the bidder's
name and the words "Administration build
ing bid." The bids will be opened nnd In
spected as soon after the dale above set
for filing the same as the Board of Regents
or Its building committee can be con
veniently assembled. The right Is reserved
to reject any and all bids. Address the
undersigned nt room 101, central huildlntf.
State university, Lincoln. Nebraska, Sta
tion A. J. S. DALES. Secretary.
Nov. 5 i;-19
RAILWAY TIME CARD
IMO.N UTATION TEXTIt A.1D MARC Y
Chicago, Rock Island A Pad He.
EA.ST. Leave. Arrivo.
Chicago Daylight Ltd. ..a 8:35 am
Chicago Dftyllght Local. b 7:00 am a 9:35 pm
Chicago Express 1)12:01 pm a 6:16 pm
Des Moines Express a 4:30 pm bll:50am
Chicago Fast Express. ..a 6:40 pm a 1:20 pm
Rocky Mountain Ltd. ...a 7:20 am a 1:60 pm
Lincoln, Denver & west. a 1:80 pm a 6:06 pm
Oklahoma and Tex. Ex.. a 6:26 pm all:66 am
Fast Chicago a 6:50 pm 7:30 am
Chicago Great Western.
Bt. P. & Minn. Ltd a 8:30 pm a 7:15 am
St. P. & Minn. Ex a 7:36 am a 8:25 pm
Chicago Limited a 4:60 pm al0:30 am
Chicago Express a 4:30 am a 4:06 pm
Chicago A Northwestern.
1 .ncx 1 Chicago all :30 am
Mali ; ..aa lOpm S:S0 am
Daylight et. raui m 1 ' am iu:uv pm
Daylight Chicago a 7:10 am 11:60 pm
Limited Chicago a 8:2o tun 1:16 am
Local Carroll a 4:00 pm 9:30 am
Fast St. Paul a 8:15 pm 7:05 am
Local Sioux C. 4 St. P.b 4:00 pm a 9:30 am
Fast Mall a 9:30 am
Chicago Express a 3:46 pm
Norfolk & Bonesteel a 7:40 am 10-35 am
Lincoln A. Long Plne....b 7:40 am 10:35 am
Deadwood & Linooln....a 1:60 pm 6:15 pni
CnsDer & Wyoming d l oO pm e 6;15 pni
Hantings-Alblon b 2:60 pm 6:16 pm
New World's Fair J- m a 9:00 pm
Local rrom v-. .uu pm
St. L Cannon Bll Ex.. a C:30 pm a 1:20 am
gt Louis Express a!0:46 am a 130 pm
K. C. St. U Ex......all:4o pm a 7:i0 pm
World s Fair Special... t.M pm all;o0 pin
Inion Pacific. I
The Overland Limited.. :40 am a 1:06 pm
Chicago-PortiaiKi Bp l.. t:20 pro
1 L' v ... S-3A nn.
rniumbui Local O f :00 pm b am
Colorado Spat ial a T :46 am
Chicago npeciat am
Beatrice Local . P b 1 16 pm
Fast Mall i-iO Juj
Chicago Express a T:2 am aJ0:35 pm
Chicago Limited a 7:oo pm a k:u5 am
Minn, at ou 1 -A
tu... m. at Pun . Ltd. .a 1 :m Dm m m i i.m
Chicago, Mtl auhea A ft. fmml.
Chicago Daylight Ex.. .a 7:56 am allOO pm
Cal.iornia-uit.-gon fcx-.-a 5.45 pru a 1:10 pm
1.. I 1 ... , u,4 . H:l 11m 1 1. ,.
ues. il. ft uaouuji .,, i,m sui e.iv pus
BIBLINGTO TATIOS 10TU t HIIO.1
Barllngton Hlitoirl River. ,
Wymore. Beatrice and
Lincoln a 1:60 am blj:05 pm
Nebraska Expracs a :!o am a 7.4u pm
Denver Limited a 4:10 piu a 1:45 am
B. Hills & Puget S. Ex.U:M pm a t:0j pin
Colo. Vextlbuled Flyer.. a 3.30 pin
Lincoln Fast Mall b 1:57 pm al2.u3 pm
Ft. Crook 4k Platum'th.b 1 U pin 10.8a uin
Bellevue & Pac. Juno. .a 7:50 pni 1 tin
Brllevue 4t Pac. June. .a 1:30 am
Kansas City, St. Jam A Cornell Blags.
Kansas City Day Ex. ...a 1:15 am a 1.05 pm
SUICIDE CAUSED BY FRIGHT
Boy Takes Hii Life Throngh Fear of Being
Arretted with Other Boji.
SWALLOWS FATAL DOSE OF CARBOLIC ACID
Heart Fallnre at First Sappoaed to Re
Caaae, bat Post Mortem fthons
Death Was Dne to tar-
bollc Acid Poisoning:.
Leroy Messner, the 12-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Measner, lt14 Seventh
avenue, died shortly after midnight Thurs
day night. That hu death was due to car
bolic acid taken by the boy with suicidal
Intent and not to heart failure, as claimed
by the parents, was the opinion o( the at
tending physicians, and their diagnosis was
confirmed yeaterday by a post-mortem ex
amination. In view of the peculiar circumstance
surrounding the case and the result o( the
post-mortem examination held yesterday
afternoon by Dr. N. J. Rice and M. J. Bel
linger, two of the physicians who attended
the boy, Coroner Treynor decided to ho!d
an inquest. The Inquest will be held this
morning at 10 o'clock In Cutler's undertak
Young Messner's suicide I a trnglc sequel
to the robbery of a Great Western freight
car Wednesday by a number of boys living
In the vicinity of the Messner home, when
several boxes of cake chocolate were stolen
and distributed by the youngsters among
According to the Information obtained by
the police, young Messner was directly Im
plicated In the robbery. It being alleged by
the other boys that he was the one who
broke the seal of the car. Fear of arrest
undoubtedly preyed upon the little fellow
and prompted him to take his own life.
When told of the arrest of the Hlgglns and
Deuel boys by some of his companions, and
that he would be likely arrested, young
Messner Is said to have replied:
"They won't arrest me. I will go away
or do something."
Unronaclona to the End.
The boy returned to his home Thursday
evening about 6 o'clock, when his mother
noticed him at a hydrant In the yard. He
shortly after commenced to practice cn the
piano, but his mother, noticing his hands
were soiled, told him to go and wash them.
It was while doing this In the kitchen that
he suddenly reeled and .fell to the floor. At
first his parents thought that some of his
companions might have given him Intoxi
cating drink, but aa he rapidly became un
conscious they grew alarmed and sum
moned a physician. All efforts to revive
the boy proved (utile and he remained un
conscious until his death.
The boy's breath smelled of carbolic acid,
as did his handkerchief, but there were no
traces of corrosion on the tongue and
throat. This was explained from the (act
that the acid which the boy Is thought to
have taken was diluted, it having been
used by a member of the family to ally
toothache. The bottle which contained the
carbolic acid and which was on a shelf In
the pantry, was said to be miselng.
The parents of the child were naturally
loathe to believe that the little (ellow hud
taken the acid and thought that his condi
tion was due to heart failure, brought on
by (right at being told he would be arrested.
The child had a weak heart and recently
had been treated (or It. When, however, lt
was evident that the boy had taken carbolic
acid his parents and (rlends of the family
still doubted that he had tuken It with any
Intention to kill himself, but had swallowed
lt believing that lt would make him sick
and that he would thus escape punishment
for his connection with the robbery. Much
sympathy Is felt in the neighborhood (or
the parents and family of the dead boy.
THREE YEARS FOR ROBERT TIRNEIl
Case ATilnst Andy IIIII Dismissed by
Robert Turner, the negro who shot and
fatully wounded George Chllaon, president
of the Boilermakers' union of Omaha, on
the night of July 14, and was convicted of
mannlaughter, was yesterday sentenced by
Judge Green In the district court to three
years in the penitentiary at Fort Madison.
It Is understood tnat Turner will be taken
Snpflfllc. fnr Safiirilav at
128 W. Broadway. Tel. 65
Smoked Bacon t
Frwli DrcHsed Spring f
Our Best Pot Itoast C
Prime IUb Boast f O
8 joounds Blrloln s
1 jHiunds Porterhouse M ""X f
t pounds Round m I
Steak g la I
3 pounds Home Made BJ eLfJ
Pure Pork Sausage..
Remember, we will not charge over
6c to 6c for our best Pot Roast of
Beef. Regulur price 8c to 10c.
DAY SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL
Western Iowa College
Batter Now. Catalog Fre.
E. P. MILLER, PrgglcJont.
Maaoalo Temple 'Phone B914.
28 PEARL ST."0111" oeol?
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WEBITER DEPOT ilTH WEB9TEH
Nebraska Ical via
Weeping Water b 4:10 pm alJ: pra
IDicaavn, si. rani, niaaeapolle
Twin City Passenger. ...b 130 am b 1:10 pm
Sioux City Paseiiger....a 2 oO pm all:J am
Oakland LoLul b 6 45 pm b 9:10 am
a Dallv h I In 1 1 V exrrnt Knnrt ,v rf liallv
except Saturday. Daily except Moudr- i
to Fort Madison today by Sheriff Canning.
In view of the fact that the Jury recom
mended Turner to the mercy ot the court,
this light sentence was not unlocked (or.
The case against Andy Hill, the negro
who was with Turner the night of the
shooting and who was indicted with him
on the same charge, was dismissed yester
day afternoon by Assistant County Attor
ney Hess and Hill was released from the
county Jail, where he has been since July
Wright Hlgglns, 1723 Sixth avenue, and
Frank Deuel, 1610 Seventh avenue, the two
boys under arrest, charged with breaking
Into a Great Western freight car and steal
ing a quantity of cliocoiute, were before
Judge Green In the Juvenile division of the
district court yesterday afternoon, but
their hearing wa rontlnued until today,
as ludge Green was given to understand
that other boys were Implicated In the
robbery nnd he preferred to try them all
LOTS DONATED TO XEW FACTORY
City Deeds Land Taken In on Fore
closure (or Taxes.
The city council at a special meeting
last night agreed to donate nine lots owned
by the city on West Broadway to Messrs.
J. F. Hughes and G. G. Woodln as a site
for their (uctory In consideration of their
removing their wagon box and shovel
board manufacturing plant from Oxkttloosa
to this city. Messrs Hughes and Woodln
had concluded negotiations with the Com
mercial club and all that was needed to
assure the location o( the factory here
was the donation by the city of these lots
(or a site.
In consideration (or receiving these lots
Messrs. Hughes and Woodin agree to
organise a corporation with 128,000 capital
stock, of which 115,000 shall be (ully paid
up at the start, and within ten days after
the execution of the deeds they will com
mence the construction of four frame
buildings, such as they now have In Oska
loosa, each 40xlW (eet, and will continue
to operate the plant (or three years con
tinuously, "subject only to necessary clos
ing required by good business management
and consistent with good faith in opera
tion." In the event o( (allure to operate the
factory as agreed Messrs. Hughes and
Woodln bind themselves to pay the city
12,000 or within 120 days to deliver back
possession of the lots and remove all build
ings (rom same.
The property which the city agrees to
deed to the company to be organized by
Messrs. Hughes and Woodln und which
will be known as the Council Bluffs Manu
facturing company, comprises lots 2, 3, 4,
6, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, block 38, Central sub
division. The lots are on the south side
of Broadway between Twenty-fourth and
Twenty-fifth streets and convenient to
trackage. In order to acquire lots 7 and 9
the city had to exchango lots 11 and 12
for them with Gilbert Bros, and Mrs. E. L.
Gretzer, which arrangement has been
agreed upon. The lots ato vnlued at about
1100 each and were acquired by the city
on (oreclosure (or non-payment o( special
improvement taxes several years ago.
The company, lt was stated, will start
operations with twenty-five men, but ex
pects to Increase this force materially be
(ore long. The plant will manufacture
wagon boxes, shovel boards and other
equipments and parts of vehicles.
The Commercial club was represented by
a strong delegation at the meeting Inst
night. President H. H. Van Brunt and
some thirty members were in attendance.
Attorney Emmet Tlnley presented the mat
ter to the council on beliult o( the Com
Foot Ball at Manawa,
The high school teams of Council Bluffs
and Harlan will meet on the Manawa
gridiron this afternoon and the game
promises to be an exciting one. The first
game between the two schools earlier in
the season resulted In the defeat of Council
Bluffs, but the local tenm Intends to re
trieve Itself today. The Bluffs lineup to
day will be heavier than lt was a few
weeks ago. The game will be called at
3 o'clock and the motor company will begin
running special cars to the lake (rom Pearl
street at 1:30 o'clock. This will be the
C. B. H. 8. HARLAN.
H",ler L.E IR.K H.n-u
f"" Li'lRT Wilson
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L.H. B. It. H.B . . S
J1'1 F.I). P B rbb
""c'l..: RH.Ii.Il.H B Klnwy
bubstltutea: Council Bluffs High school,
Mills and Dobsen. Harlan, Hansen, J.
Rooms and ca(e. Ogden hotel
Simon Charged with Forgery.
Louis Simon, son of the proprietor of
the Central grocery at Broadway and Sixth
street, was arrested yesterday afternoon
under an information filed In Justice
Ouren's court, charging him with forgery.
The arrcBt Is a sequel to the arrest of W.
H. B. Greer and William Bowen, the negro
dining car porters, who were charged by
Simon with the theft of 141 and were ac
quitted. It is alleged that Louis Simon
signed the name of J. Simon to the In
formatlon In the superior court against
Greer and Bowen. Simon (urnlahed bonds
and his hearing was set (or Monday, No
N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel 130. Night, F667.
Real Estate Transfers.
Tke following transfers were reported to
The Bee November 18 by the Title Guaranty
and Trust company of Council Bluffs:
R. V. Innes and wife to Annie Fran
cis Eckles, lot 6, Auditor's subdiv.,
se!4, seV 24-75-44, w. d $ 150
The Bee Publishing company to Dela
ware Hoon, lot 4, block 34, Central
subdiv., w. d 50
C. I). Dillln and wife to William H.
Baker et al. lot 29, block 4, Twin
City Place, w. d SO
J. W. Squire and wife to Mary Shafer,
part lot 6, Casacly's subdiv., w. d. ... 8!8
MoHlry Chase to Frank Shlnn, lot 6,
block 3, Carson, w. d 1,600
Five transfers, total
Plumbing and Heating Blxby A Sou
Mr. A. C. Gaebeleln Coming.
A. C. Uarbelein, who Is to speak In the
Baptist church next week, is holding large
meetings this week in the Central Presby
terian church In Toronto.
Davis sells drugs.
Leffert's glasses fit.
Stockert sells carpets.
Duncan sells the best school shoes.
Drs. Woodbury, dentists, 30 Pearl St.
Night school at Western Iowa college.
Duncan does the best repairing, 23 Main.
For rent, modern house, 728 Sixth avenue.
New picture mouldings. C, E. Alexander,
A. Louie la home from his ranch near
The Baptist ladles are going to serve
meals December 15.
Go to Horwlok, til 8. Main, (or your
varnish, pictures and (rames. New stock.
Missouri oak dry cordwood K cord, deliv
ered. Win. Welch, 16 N. M iin st. Tel. 128.
The session of the Board of County Bu
perviaors was devoted to auditing and al
lowing bills and claims against the county.
A marriage license was Issued yesterday
to J. M. Koons, aged 60, of Grlrwold, la.,
and Mrs. Km ma Suite! held of Omaha, aged
Ord-r your coal atid wood of Murtca
Ttrldensteln. the new' ftrm. Prnmrt service,
best coal, lowest prices. Yard 14th avenue
atid 6th st. 'Phone 1S2.
If the person who got the wrong overcoat
st the street cur men's ball will return
the one he got he can have his own. Please
csll at once at the burn.
These cotitnclous diseases were rcjwirtod
to the health authorities yesterday: Hazel
Hubbard. 1ni7 Avenue I), diphtheria ; child
of Mrs. Minnie Tlephmun, i7 East Broad
J. N. Tolllnger of the Ilotns Valley News
at Macedonia will Iw deputy ctTk of th
dlstrb't court at Avoca under H V. But
tey, the newly elected clerk of the courts
o Pottawattamie county.
Tie hearing of John Halle, charged with
threatening to kill his wife. Mrs. Minn
Halle, has been continued In Justice Ouren's
court until November 22 on account of Halle
being ill and under the doctor s care.
Dr. Thomas M. Edwards, a physician of
Dunlap. la., died Thursday evening at the
Woman's Christian association hospital.
a.ed 61 years. Ills wife and one son sur
vive him. The remains were taken to
Dunlap for burial.
Judge Green yesterday ordered a bench
warrant Issued for the arrest of Alice
Culliertson, the 13-year-old girl charged
with Incorrigibility, who was to have had
a hearing Thursday In the Juvenile divis
ion of the district court, but could not bo
Captain-elcrt R. D. Rutherford anil
Second Lieutenant-elect W. F. Richmond
of the Dodge Light Guards have been
instructed to report at the office of the
adjutant general In Des Moines next Tues
day to undergo examinations as to thtlr
qualifications for commissions.
Word hits been recdved here thnt An
drew Hlbbs, the brlckmuson arrested In
the city at the Instance of the Shelby
county authorities, has been bound over
to the grand Jury In Harlan for alleged
complicity In the' blowing of thV Zimmer
man store safe In Dunlap last October.
J. W. Carroll, charged with the theft
of part of the Northwestern railroad s
track lead log to the river south of the
motor bridge, will have a hearing In Jus
tice Ouren's court today. David Tnndi
mn. sli to be Implicated In the theft, is
under arrest In Omaha and will be brought
to Council Bluffs this morning.
Joe Prultt Is In trouble ucaln and Is In
the county Jail awaiting a hearing beforn
Justice Ouren on the charge of assaulting
Mrs. Ida Slckler. According to Mrs. Si k
ler's story, she was calling on a married
sister of Prultt when Prultt entered and
after accusing her of telling tales about
lilm proceeded to strike her In the (uce.
Robert Halght, Stanley Buxter and Dnle
Runey, three young lads of respectable
families, were found In the Wheeler &
Hereld building on East Broadway Thurs
day evening. They had broken Into lt and
CENTRAL GROCERY AND
600-602 Broadway. 'Phono 24.
A Few of Our Special Prices for Saturday:
Leaf Lard, 16 Pounds for $1.00
California Hams, per pound 5iC
Kegular Hams, per pound QIC
Beef Pot Koasr, per pound 5c
Beefsteak, per pound 5C
Pork Koast, per pound. 6iC
FREE! FREE!! FREE!!!
Five pounds of Best
bushel of the below items:
5 lbs. Boiling Beef with 1 bu. Turnips 48c
5 lbs. Boiling Beef with 1 bu. Parsnips 48c
5 lbs. Boiling Beef with 1 bu. Carrots '. . . . 48c
5 lbs. Boiling Beef w ith 1 bu. Beets 48c
5 lbs. Boiling Beef with 1 bu. Onions 68c
WARRANTED FLOUR, per sack SI, 31
10 pounds Best Jap lticc 26C
10 bars White Bussian Soap 25C
10 bars Diamond O Hoap 25c
10 bars Swift's Pride Soap 26c
10 bars Beat 'Era All Soap 26C
2 cans Best Pons 6C
lHc jar Syrup for .' 6c
10c package Quail Oats for 5c
Pure Maple Sugar, per pound IOC
We will have a full supply of Turkeys, Oeese, Ducks,
Celery, Oysters and everything1 else for a Thanksgiving
We Always Supply the
Lea( Lard. 14 lb.
Good Hams, iter
Bait Pork, SH
Pork Bausage, 3
Beef Roast, tha beat,
per lb, from
5c to 6c
SuKur, best Cane Granulated, f Cii
si 20 lbs. ror
The Orvis (market
Leaf Lard, 14 Ibi
, , , lOe
Vral Strak, lb. . .
steak, R lbs.
Porterhouse Steak. S lbs .... Stile
Kwiail Steak. 8 lbs K"lo
(iuod Steak, 5 lbs Strie
Freak Oysters, qaart 21e
llama Mad Ml'.ce Meat, I lbs.XAe
bad made a rendeivous of It for srhoklne,
and plxying games when found After giv
ing them a talking to the police allowed
them to go to their homes.
A. C. Oabeleln of New York will give a
Scries of address, .s n the Mrst Hsp'ist
church next week beginning Wednesday
evening. Mr. Gnebeleln !s editor of "Our
Hope,' a magazine devoted to bible study.
The address will be entirely free and no
collections will be taken up Bt the meet
lns. M which the public generally Is invited.
tWasos MHVers Form I nlon.
MISSOI RI VALLEY, la., Nov. lS.-t8pe-clal.)
Yesterday the blacksmiths and
wagon makers of Harrison county met at
the council rooms of Missouri Valley and
organised the Wagon Makers' Vnlon Pro
tective association with the following of
ficers: President, John L. Skelton of Mis
souri Valley; vice president, Tim Shields of
Logan; second vice president, C. B. Wil
son of Mondamln; secretary, George II.
' Wilson of Woodbine. Twenty-four mem
bers were In attendance.
nnnkrnpt Mock la Sold.
WOODBINE, la.. Nov. 18 (Special.) The
stock of general merchandise formerly be
longing to the bankrupt firm of Howorth
Bros, of this plnce has been sold by H. M.
Bostwlck, assignee, to Adolph Pclbels of
Mlndcn, who will take Immediate posses,
slon and will personally manage the busi
ness. The store will be opened next Sat
urday. The stock was purchased for 1S.0O0.
or 75 cents on the dollar, 111,300 being the
Ball at Missouri ValL-y.
MISSOl'RI VALLEY. In., Nov. 18 - (Spe
cial.) The International Association of Ma
chinists will hold their annual bull Rt Foun
tain's hall In Missouri Valley on the even
ing of Wednesday, November 23. This an
nual ball Is always n notable society event.'
Buster Brown's Thanksgiving next Sun
d.ti 's Lice.
Implement Maltrrs Elect Officers.
CHATTANOOGA. Tcnn.. Nov. IS. The
National Association of Implement an 1
Vehicle Manufacturers today elected V.
W. Collier of Detroit president. The vice
presidents include J. M. Sludebnker of
South Bond. Ind., Joseph Dnln of Ottumws,
In and Jtihn I". Powell of St. Joseph, Mo,
Boiling Beef frw with every I
Freshest and Choicest Meats.
a Few Prices:
Bnrln" Chicken, per
Beef Steak, good, per
8auer Kraut, per
Country Kegs, per
Butter In rolls, per
Flour, all high grade Patents
Crackers, Graham and Out
meal, per pkg
Bent 'Km All Boap, 10 bars
4 bars Castilo
Pot Roast, lb
Bolllaar Beef, food, lb.
11 1 h Hnaat. Ia
Itauaaa-e, homemade, S lbs. .2e
run. noasi. is, .we
I'ork C'bopa, lb lite
l.ard, homemade. H lba.,.,UAo
Best Salt I'ork, lb I'le
Plrkle Pork, lb
New Kraut, auart ..lie
Iireaaed Iprln C'blrkea, Iblle '
Hattua Mew, lb 4a S "
Fresh t'ODBlr,j Kae, do...20a J jj
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