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TTIE OMAHA DAILY DEE: TUESDAY, APRIL If. 1003.
1 fimriinent of tlio Interior. OnVe of In
dian Affair. Wanhlnston. L. C, March 1J
1?G. hodlol proposals. Indorsed "I'ropussis
fnr bef, flour, etc.," ns th cas may I,
and directed to tlis Commissioner of Indian
Affairs, 2fl-ICT South Canal strci-t, Chicago,
III., will be received until 1 o'clock p. m.
of Tuesday, April 2S, 19"5, for fotnlhln;
for the lnltan Service. beef, flour, bacon,
besns, coffee. sugar, rice, tea, and other
articles of nibdiflence; nlsn for grnci rlcs,
onp, bukins pnw.Ur, crockery, agricultural
Implement paints, oil, glass, tinware,
wna-nns, harness, leather, shoe findings,
Hddlcry, etr., school supplies, and a lung
ijlst of itilncellnneous srtlclefi. (Sealed pro
posals, indorsed "Proposals for rubebr
goods, hrdn-e, etc.," aa the case may
be. and directed to the Commissioner of
Indian Affaire, na Bouth Seventh street,
ft. Ixitns, Mo., will be received until 1
o'clock n. m. cf Thursday. April ,.'7, 1905.
for furnlshlna fT the Indian Hervlre. rub-
Vr (tooda, boots and shoes, hardware, and
medical supplies. Healed proposals, In
dord "I'ropoaals for blankets, woolen and
milon goods, clothing, etc.," as the cae
un.y be, and directed to the Commissioner
it Inill.'in Affairs. Nos. 119-121 Wonster
street. New York City, will be received
V'OS, for furnishing for the Indian Service,
blnnkets. woolen find cotton aoodf. cloth
ing, notions, hats and caps. Kids mum he
made out on Government blanks. Hctied
tiles giving all necessnry Information for
bidders will be furnished on application to
the Indian Office. Washington. D. C; the
V. 8. Indian warehouses, 119-121 Wooster
street. New Tork City; 2S5-2C7 Booth Canal
street. Chicago, III.; M5 Howard itt:vet,
Omnhn. Neb.: tf2 South Seventh a'reet.
Ft. l-ouls. Mo.; 23 Wnsnlngton street, S-n
Francisco, Cal. ; the Commissaries of Sub
siteiice r. 8. A., at Cheyenne, Wyo., and
Pt. Paul. Minn.; the gunrtermnster. 1'. S.
A.. Seattle. Wash.: and the postmasters at
Hloux City, Tucson, Portland, Spokane and
Tacoma. Bids will be opened at the hour
and days above stated, and bidders are In
vited to to present at the opening. The
l;portioent reserves the right to determine
the point or aeuvory nnn to reieci any ana
all olds, or any purt or any ma.
F. E. LEUP1, Commissioner.
PROPOSALS FOR CORN BROOMS AND
Scrubbing Brufhes. (Jfflce Depot Quar
termaster,' Rt. Louis, Mo., April 15, l!Ki6 -Sealed
proponals, In triplicate, will be re-
ceived here until 12 m. May 15, 1906. for
Kfn corn--brooms and 7.00ft scrubl
brushes. Information and blank forms fur
nished on application. Envelopes contain
ing proposals should be endorsed "Proposals
for Brooms and Brushes" and addressed,
Major Thomas) Cruae. Q. M.
Wo use our own name
In our business; you
know who you are doing
cured jiethod new, without pain or losa
of time. CHARGES LOW
Dl dnn DDitflM cured for life, soon every
DLUUU fuiauil sign, aymptom (sores on
body. In mouth. tongu. throat, hair and
eyebrow falling out) disappear completely
eak, Nenotis, Men
nervous debitty. early decline, lack of vigor
URINARY. Kidney and Bladder Troubles,
Weak Back, Burning Urine, Frequency of
T'rlnatlng, Urine High Colored or with
Milky Sediment on standing.
Treatment by mall; 14 yeara OF SUC
CESSFUL PRACTICI5 IN OMAHA. Cor
ner of 14th and Douglas. Omaha, Neb.
HALF OF PUPILS SENT HOME
Vaccination Order Catchea Large Per
MANY OF THEM VACCINATED YESTERDAY
Will Re Allorrcd to Return to School
on Presentation of Proper Cer
tificate from Physician
to that Effect.
As the result of putting Into effect the
order of the Board of Education relative
to vaccination. Superintendent Clifford
last night estimated that about one-half
of the children, attending public schools
were sent home yesterday morning. Mr.
Clifford, not having given any instruc
tion to the principals of the several
schools to report the number sent home,
was unable to give arty definite figures
Many of the pupils who were sent home
were those whose certificates were im
properly made out and In a number of
cases tlieso were rectified and the chil
dren returned during the morning. But
few complaints, It is said, were received
from parents and Mr. Clifford is of the
opinion that with but a few exceptions the
order of the Board of Health will be com
plied with before the end of the week.
City Physician Tlnley and other physi
cians were kept busy yesterday vaccinating
children. While the schools will be some
what disorganized this week. Superintendent
Clifford expressed the opinion that every
thing will be in regular working oraer
again next week
At the high school 166 pupils were or
dered home, but these Included quite a
number whose certificates were improperly
made out. A crowd of the high school
students, after being ordered home, iert
the building in a body, headed by a student
carrying an old broom. The crowd boarded
a car for Omaha with the avowed inten
tion of visiting the high school there.
Principal Ensign, It is said, sent word by
something like t9,nco has been collected
from the cotinties nnd the books for the
first time will be balanced completely in
the office of the state auditor. The last
account due the stnts Is an Item of llfl.
As soon as this Is paid the books will be
RAILWAY TIME CARD
RIF. .NEW POINT 1 ClirRCII LAW
Matter Finally Referred to Authori
ties to Formulate Law.
LAMONI. Ia.. April 17.-(8perla! Tele
gram.) The business of the Latter Pay
Saints' annual conference was resumed this
afternoon with President Joseph Smith in
The high council of the church has been
holding prolonged sittings upon a case of
peculiar complications. A member of the
Lamoni branch was tried by a court of
elders In Kirtland, O., according to com
plaints made at that place. This man was
found guilty and by action of the Kirtland
district was excommunicated. The Lamoni
branch protested and claims no other
branch has Jurisdiction over its members
Insofar as executing the sentence Is con
cerned and Insists that its findings should
have been returned to the branch wherein
the party has membership, there to have
been endorsed and sentence executed. The
high council today brought In a report on
the c::?,i, sustaining the decision of the
Kirtland branch, which report produced
much dehate, from which it Is gathered
that procedures In similar cases' have not
been uniform hitherto, hence no precedent
has been established as law. As this high
council is the highest court In the church,
there can be no appeal from its decision,
except to the general assembly, to a com
mittee composed of the presidency, the
twelve and the quorums of seventy. The
subject was referred for purposes of in
veatigating nnd framing a law which shall
govern the church m future In matters
of original Jurisdiction, this committee to
report to the next general conference. The
report of the high council waa referred
back to that body for re-Investigation and
they empowered also to sit In Judgment
upon the merits of the original case con
cerning which the protest against Juris
diction had been made.
The report from the bishops' meeting
Indicated that an organization of bishops,
bishops' counsellors and agents had been
effected and resolutions passed requiring
all members of that organization to file
inventories of personal property and teach,
the paying of surplus and consecrations.
Elder Frank A. Russell of Illinois was
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Citj Council Parses Some Important Special
STREET IMPROVEMENTS TO CONTINUE
Railroad Avenue, South Twesly
Fonrth and West in the 1. 1st
Provided for and Some
Others Are Coming;.
am! the officers. Captain Allen Tf. Fal
coner, hirst l.lcutenint K.irl Horvey and
Second Lleufnnnt linr V. Fiirsy, were
pot throush a variety of drills and showed
very proficient. The lnspeectlng officers
were well satisfied with the rliow,ng made.
telephone to Principal Waterhousa of the eIected to uceeed himself as member of
Omaha High school not to admit mem.
Owing to the fact that the schools closed
yesterdar noon out of respect to Mlsa van
Order, the former high school teacher who
died Saturday, many pupils, it Is said.
played "hookey" and did not put In an
appearance at all, or elBe went out with
those sent home for nonvaccinatlon.
As there seemed to be ome misunder
standing In the matter. Mayor Macraa.
president of the Board of Health, stated
that any pupil could at once return to ANOTHER LOAD OF PLUNDER
school on being vaccinated ana oeanng
the Board of Auditors.
Heman L. Smith, Bon of Church Historian
Heman C. Smith, was chosen for church
Bishop Kelley was Instructed to furnish
more complete shelf room for the library.
President Frederick M. Smith preached to
a full house this evening. Seventy Oliver
H. Bailey of Illinois will be the opeakel
slip from, the physician to this effect.
Several hundred children were vaccinated
yesterday and more. It Is said, will b
today. One physician rDorted last turnt
that he had vaccinated over sixty children
l.MOX STATION TENTH AND MARCT
I n Ion raclflc.
Overland Limited a 9:40 am a 8:18 pm
i. auiomia mxyi em a :iu pm a s:sti am
California & Oregon Ex. a 4:20 pm a 5:10 pm
North Platte Local a 7:50 ana a :20 pm
Fast Mall a 8:65 am a 3:20 pm
Colorado Special a 7:45 am a 7:40 am
Beatrice Local ....b 1:48 pm b 1:30 pm
St. Louts Express 6:30 pm 8:30 am
St. Louis Local (from
Council Bluffs) 8:15 am 10:30 pm
Shenandoah Local (from
Council Bluffs) 6:46 pm 2:30 pm
Chlcaaro Great Western.
St. Paul A Minn .a 8 :30 pm a 7 :15 am
St. Paul & Mmn a 7:46 am a 7:55 pm
Chicago Limited a 5:00 pm alO :30 am
Chicago Express a 6:05 am a 3:30 pm
Chicago, Rock Island A Pacific.
Chicago Limited a 3:65 am a 7:10 am
Chicago Daylight Local. b 7:00 am a 9:55 pm
Chicago Express bll:15 am a 6:15 pm
lu-s Moines Express a 4:30 pm bll:50 am
Chicago Fast Kxpress....a 6:40 pm a 1:20 pm
Rockv Mountain Limlteda 7:20 am a 8:50 pm
Lincoln. Denver & West.a 1:30 pm a 5:06 pm
Oklahoma & Texas Ex.. a 4:15 pm al2:40pm
Chicago A Northwestern.
Iocal Chicago all :30 am 8:46 pm
Fast Mall a 8:23 pm 8:30 am
Daylight St. Paul a 7:50 am 10:00 Dm
Daylight Chicago a 8:00 am 11:50 pm
Lamuea t-niuasu i a.M)m v:ioam
Local Carroll a 4:00 pm 9:30 am
Fast St. Paul a 8:28 pm 7:05 am
Local Sioux C. & St. P..b 4:u0pra e 9:80 am
Fast Mail ;. 2:50 pm
Chicago Express a 6:60 pm a 7:80 am
Norfolk Bonesteel ....a 7:40am 10:S5am
Lincoln & Long Plrxi.....b 7:10 am 10:85 nm
Canper & Wyoming e 8:50 pm e 6:15 pm
ueaowooa & umcoin a z:au pm 6:15 pm
Hastings-Albion b 2:50 pm 5:15 pm
Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul.
Chicago Daylight Fx. ...a 7:65 am all:00pra
California-Oregon Ex. ...a 6:45 pm a 3:10 pm
uimiiuu uiiiiiitrt ....... a o-ir put m I .ou mm
Chicago Express .a 7:28 am alO 35 pm
Chicago Limited a 7:50 pm a 8:06 am
Minn. & ni. t'aui rix...D t :o am uiv.ms pm
Minn. & St. Paul Ltd. ...a 7:50 pm a 8:06 pm
St. Louis Express a 9:30 am a 6:00 am
K. C. & Si. L, EX a 11:16 pm a 6:00 pm
WEBSTER DEPOT 1BTII WEBSTER
IHlasoorl Facile '
Nebraska Local, via
Weeping Water b 4:60 pm bll :40 am
Chleagro, St. Paol, Minneapolis 4b
Twin City Passenger.. .b :$0 am b 9:10pm
Sioux. City Pataenger..a 2:00 pm all :20 am
Oakland Local b 6:45 pm b 9:10 am
A daily", b dally except Sunday, d dally
except aWurday. daily except Monday.
Br RUNG TON STATION lOTII A MASON
CLOSING ARGUMENT FOR Bl'RNS
John N. Baldwin Concludes Case (or
Congressman Smith finished the closing
argument for the defendant In the Doyle
Burns suit yesterday afternoon at 4:30
o'clock, when court adjourned for the day.
He will be followed this morning by Mr.
Baldwin, who will make the closing argu
ment for the plaintiff, and who is ex
pected to talk the best part ,bf two days.
In his argument yesterday Mr. smltn
Insisted' that Doyle's suit against Burns
was largely prompted by hatred and
enmity. Adverting to the fact that the
suit was brought 600 miles away from
the home of both parties to it, he said that
Doyle must have thought that his wit
nesses would make ' a better appearance
away from home than they would where
they were known. He ridiculed Doyle's
assertion that his demand In 1897 that the
Portland company sued certain directors
because they had sold claims to the com
pany In excess of their value, was directed
against Stratton, and contended that when
this demand was made by Doyle It was
dlreoted against Burns, but now Doyle,
realising that It would appear ludicrous
to a jury that he should be complaining
because too much had been received for
claims which he now asserted he had a
large Interest in, it became necessary for
Doyle In his testimony in the present suit
to assert that the resolution was directed
against 8tratton and not against Burns.
"Why. If directed against Stratton, was
Stratton placed on the committee that
was Instructed to bring suit against these
directors?" asked Mr. Smith.
Doyle's letter to O'Driscoll, in which he
said he was working night and day to
nnd material to fight his enemy. Burns,
the. fact that he had bought interests in
O'Drlscoll's and O'Halre's suits against
Burns in which he had been a witness for
Police Have f2,000 Worth Additional
Loot from Store of the Boy
Chief of Detectives Dunn's men have dug
up two more boxes of plunder In the cellar
of the Webber house, 3007 Jackson street.
The boxes were concealed In a manner that
would throw the ordinary searcher off his
guard. This makes the fourth k-Hd of
goods taken from the Webber place since
the arrest of the three young robbers. The
latest lot of plunder has for the most part
been Identified and is valued at nearly
8. J. Brown of the Transmisslssippi Grain
company, whose home was entered Decem
ber 30, 1903, called at police headquarters
and Identified $400 worth of cut glass and
silverware. Mrs. H. A. Lewis of 1008 -North
Twenty-third street picked out about $100
worth of the goods. Her place was robbed
December 21, 1904, according to police
A valuable surveyor's Instrument, claimed
by R. B. Howell, was Identified as having
been stolen. W. A. Fisher of South Omaha
Identified miscellaneous articles of the total
value of $300. His home was entered last
D. A. Hurley.
D. A. Hurley, who was taken down
with pneumonia last December, died Sun
day morning at 7 o'clock. He had been
In the hospital over three months and had
apparently recovered when last week he
was stricken with an acute attack of
heart failure. The funeral wilt be held
this morning at 8:30 from 128 South Thirty
fifth avenue, to the cathedral. Ninth and
Harney streets. Mr. Hurley has lived In
Omaha since 1S77.
Denver & California.. ..a 4 JO pm
Northwest - Exprsa ail: 10 pm
Nebraska rwOot a k 50 am
Lincoln Fast Mall b 2:67 pin
Ft. Crook 4 Plattsm'th.b 1:53 pm
Bellevue & Planum' th... a 7:50 pin
livllevue & Pao. June. a 8 30 am
Bellevue. & Pao. June. a 12:16 pm
Chicago Special a 7:10am
Chlcano KxDress a 4:0 Din
Chicago Flyer..... a 8.05 pm a 7:26 am
Iowa Local..... a 9:15 am a!0:5S Dm
Pt. Louia Expresa a 4:26pm all:46am
Kansas City & St. Joe..al0:45 pm a 6:46 am
Kansas City & St. Joe. .a 9:15 am a 6:06 pm
Kansas cuy at ci. joe. .a .a pra
a 3:20 pm
a 8:08 pm
a 7:40 pm
b 8 .33 am
. 0:60 am
a 3:55 pm
F- IT R O I P
THIRTY TOIRi THIS SEASON
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ALLAN CO. IH JACaAON ULV?., CHICAGO.
Central Park ImproTers.
At last nicht'a meeting nf th i
Park Improvement ciuh nt i
and Saratoga streets, the street railway
committee reported havlns: made a.t
progress in its efforts to secure improve
ments in me interests of that part of
the CitV. The rntnmlttea ror,.J .1 .
Burns, his letters to Meahan, all Indicated. I Councilman Evans had tfomlsed that that
. . I ftf,t inn Vi.' H 1 lAniira .-i 1 1 .
Mr. Smith contended, his lmolacable I :m -V arc ugnis
Two ordinances of consideraMe Interest
were passed by th city council last night.
One was the ordinance levying a special
tax for the paving, grading and curbing
of South Twenty-fourth street and Rail
road nvenu. Another ordinance passed
was one declaring the necessity for paving
Q street from Thirty-third west to the
city limits. The ordinance preventing ex
pectorating on the sidewalks was read the
second time, as was also an ordinance
for the laying of a permanent sidewalk
on the south side of 8 street from Thirty
ninth to Forty-second streets and on both
sides of 8 street from Forty-second to
O. R. McGIH waa appointed poundmaster,
the appointment to take effect at once.
At the motion of Adkins the city attor
ney was Instructed to draft an ordinance
for the laying of a five-foot permanent
sidewalk on both sides of Eighteenth street
from J to M streets.
Councilman Klewlt secured the passage
of a motion regarding the foes of the
building and plumbing Inspector. Accord
ing to Mr. Klewlt, the fees should be re
duced nnd some rules regarding the office
of this Inspector be promulgated.
No bids for the paving of Missouri ave
nue were opened, aa this matter has been
put over until May 1.
A special committee composed of Ad
kins. Martin and McCralth was appointed
to Investigate the new charter and find
out If possible just where the city stands.
After going through some minor busi
ness, the council adjourned until May 1.
Cattle Conditions Excellent.
The South Omaha live stock dealers who
attended the conventions of cattlemen at
Rapid City and Belle Fourche. 8. D., last
week are home after an eight days' trip.
In speaking of the trip and the conditions,
C. L. Talbot,' chief brand Inspector, said:
From reports read at the conventions.
we were given to understand that cattle
lossrs on the ranges last winter were ex
ceedingly light, In fact too light to make
any mention of. Stock' went through the
Inter better than for a number of years.
When the middle of April Is passed live
stock growers feel that their herds are
safe. From Indications I look for a big
run of stock from the Dakotas to this
market during the year."
Secretary J. M. Guild of tha South
Omaha Live Stock exchange declared that
both at Rapid City and Belle Fourche the
visitors were cordially welcomed. Both
meetings were well attended by stock
growers and the reports were decidedly en
couraging. Cattlemen from different parts
of the state reported that there was plenty
of water and everything pointed to a pros
The trip was to Include visits to Spear-
fish and Hot Springs, but the Invitation
of the people of Deadwood was so urgent
that the South Omaha delegation decided
to remain there. All of the delegates de
clare that they had a most enjoynblc trip
and that the friendly feeling between this
market and the northwest has been greatly
strengthened. r ,
Grant IJcenaes .Tonight.
It Is the intention of the fire and ponce
commissioners to take action on a number
of applications for sftloen licenses this
evening. All applicants who have secured
a bond, have paid the license fee of $1,000
Into the city treasury and have a proof of
publication, will be In a position to have
their licenses acted upon tonight. Quite
a number of liquor dealers paid their
money into the treasury yesterday. A
great many will doubtleas hold off pnylng
the license fee until April 24 as the present
licenses do not expire until April 30.
Marie City Gossip.
The Commercial club will meet this even
ing at Workman temple.
Frank Macek. Twentieth and S streets.
reports the birth of a daughter.
There Is to be a meeting of the Fire and
Police commissioners this evening.
A daughter was born yesterday to IXr.
and Mrs. W. R. Hodder, 2512 K street.
A new flooring Is badly needed at 'the
east end of the L street viaduct. This
work will be done as soon as lumber ar
On Wednesday evening, April 28, Su
perior lodge No. 193, Degree of Honor, will
ive a aancing pany ai vvorsnian lempio.
'he upper hall will be used on thli occa-
J. M. Longstreet has been appolr ted live
1. . nw . V. IlHn..l. , V ..... n I Mna.
FIRE AND POLICE MATTERS
tontine Business Takes I p the Time
of the Commissioners'
Matters of routine Interest only occupied
the) attention of the Board of Fire and
Police commissioners at the regular meet
ing last evening. A communication from
E. 8. Warner, recording secretary of the
local carpenters' union No. 4?7. complained
that members of the fire department were
doing carpenter's work at the new fire
house at Fleventh and Jackson streets.
Chief Salter explained to the commission
ers that quite frequently he and other
members of the department do little re
pairing and carpentering Jobs. The board
placed the communication on file. The
shed in question Is to be used to store C03I
for the fire engines.
Thomas W. Mitchell has been placed on
the probationary list of the fire depart
ment to succeed Frank MoClure, resigned.
Charles R. Smith, colored, having served
tho regular sixty days on probation, has
been confirmed as a regular member of the
fire department and has been stationed nt
house No. 11. Charles R. Fleming, truck
man at Are house No. 6, hns been granted
a leave of absence of ten days. Sergeants
Dempsey and Rentfrow and Patrolman M.
J. Sullivan of the police department have
each been granted an annuul leave of ten
I'pon application of the Omaha Electric
Light and Power company the bond rf
Jerry Howard has been approved by th
board nnd Howard hns been duly appointed
as a special policeman to watch the elec
tric light plant.
In reply to a communication from the
commissioners Building Inspector Wlth
nell sent a communication setting forth
the estimated cost necessary to place the
fire engine house at Eighth and Pierce
streets In an habitable and sanitary con
dition. To make the repairs which, In
Mr. Wlthnell's Judgment are necessary,
will entail a cost of $1,600, according to
the building inspector's figures. This
house was built twelve years ago and
needs a new floor and general overhauling.
elf a good fellow, Cnpt.Un Dunn assure. 1
Day th.t he knew s !:re wt-e'e he ciuild
get lodging free for srver.il nights. I.ir.l
on the side. He esn rted Mr. I'nv tn
the police station, where t He next morn
ing .lodge Kerkn favored him with a fine
of $5 and costs.
BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS
llr. Dorirnrd (onaulta Tilth Governor
Mickey vrllh Reaard to
Dr. W. N. Dorward returned late Monday
afternoon from Lincoln, where he had been
to see when Governor Mickey would ap
point the new board of dental examiners. I tor's health
up that Is pron-lstd to be about the best
Ibi't .in he produced. Music. Rami s and
iVmclrg f'ul ftprukiug are to b part of
'he n 1 1 met lops, wl'h nil the nnlltxiry at
tt.iilions of Ihe pirk nddrd. The picnic Is
to l-o for tl e benefit of Wise Memor.nl hos
piliiU The committee of irrangemrnts which Is
to have the ma'itsrmrnt of the picnic Is
made up et : Maurice Meyer, chairman;
Martin SiiKarnmn. secretary: Charlen I.A
giisn. II Friedman. I. Zlegler, C. Hrandels,
ifoseoh I.evlnr, 1. Sherman, S. Newman, A.
R F. M-irshnll of York and J. F. Patch
elor of Valentine are In the city, at the
Mi. S.irnh McAshnn hns returned from
a trip to New Mexico, taken for her riaugli-
HANDING OUT THE NEW LIGHTS
City Council Takes Preliminary Steps
Towards Settlnsr the Addi
The present board is composed of Dr.
Dorward, vho has served five yenrs on
the board and has two years more to serve
on the present appointment. If ho Is not
legislated out of ofll?e; Dr. Meese of Au
burn, who has been an examiner for four
years, and Dr. Wento of Lincoln, who has
served nine yenrs. These two also have
some time to serve under their old ap
pointments. In addition to the present
members of the board applications are In
from Dr. Houston of Stromsburg, Dr. Par
ker of Norfolk. Dr. Wallace of Omaha, Dr.
Cosgrove of Wymore, Drs. Meredith and
Hatfield of York and Dr. Meserve of Grand
Island. The law requires that the appli
cant must present an endorsement of fifty
dentists. Sfveral other men are now pre
paring to place their names on file.
The new law creates a board of five ex
aminers, which makes two additional
plnces to be filled. It Is thought probable
the present members will be continued
and only two new men appointed. The law
requires that the bosrd be named within
sixty days after it was passed, which
would make the date the 28th of this
month. The law becomes operative July 1.
Albert Thompson ef Fullerton. J. A.
Smith of Scott's Bluff and W. If. Orass
Inger of Kearney sre at the Millsrd.
V. T. Klssenger nnd C. P Hrlcker and
Charles T. Ne.il of Lincoln; T. J. Kraemen
of Alliance nnd Klmer E. Brown of Har
vard are at the Pnxton.
Out-of-town guests nt the Commercial
club were Ooorge Anthes, Lincoln: lmnlel
Ietweller. New York; It. K. Shear, Den
ver, and C B. Jnmes, J. H. Marsh. 11. W.
Smith nnd Iuiis VIerllng. Chicago.
Joseph Shranck of David City. R. D.
Smith, Irving S. Cetter and C. K. Oray
of Lincoln are stopping at the Her Grand.
A. F. Sehlndler of Monowal. T. P. J-nl-gan
of Greeley and W. A. Hufsmlth Of
Crelghton are at the Merchants.
Come on Improvement club and all ye
who want electric street lamps! The coun
cil. In committee session yesterday after
noon, apportioned tho new arc lamps pos
sible under the recent $75 contract, and it
was agreed that each of the nine council
men should have fourteen lights to distrib
ute as he pleased. It Is expected that Act
ing Mayor Zlmman of tho Third ward and
Councilman Nicholson of the Fourth ward
will be able to transfer a large share of
their portions to other wards where Mil
mlnation Is worfo needed. The acting
mayor has a scheme for incandescent
lamps in the alleys In the Third ward that
he may attempt to work out In lieu of the
arc lamps, it being figured that three of
the lncandest:ents enn be secured instead Of
one arc lamp. Should the corner-post plan
be tried downtown another call for extra,
lighting In ttie Third ward may be antici
pated. But opart from all these contin
gencies the outlying wards have about 100
lamps among them and at lust there Is
something tangible in sight to repay tho
toilsome, meet every fortnight, rain or
shine. Improvement clubs, whoso members
cannot always see why fore they spin. It
was agreed by the councllmen to Instruct
the city electrician to distribute the lamps
as per orders from Individual councllmen,
who will ride around some in Gas Inspector
Lynch's buggy to satisfy themselves re
garding dark spots, how to get the best re
sults from the fewest lights, etc
LLEWELLYN OPENS HIS OFFICE
Headquarters of Omaha Plvlslon of
the Rural Free Delivery
The Omaha division rural free delivery
headquarters have been duly opened with
Superintendent Charles E. Llewellyn In
charge, and W. W. Marshall ss chief
clerk, H. O. Blair and J. Lorlmer assist
ants. The division headquarters, at the north
west corner of the second floor of the
federal building, consists of three large
office rooms and one large waiting room
for the fifteen special route agents who
will operate here. The Omaha division will
comprise the states of Nebraska and Kan
sas and Oklahoma and Indian territories.
Nine specinl agents will operate In the
Kansas field, four In Nebraska and two
In Oklahoma nnd Indian territories.
The special agents who will operate from
these headquarters will be: I A. Thomp
son, C. P. Johnson, R. J. Martin, J. W.
Haas, J. F. Groto, William O. Brownlow,
M. M. Steele, F. C. Hammond, F. W.
Smith, Q. M. Brown, G. II. Chase, F. L.
Battell, A. C. Garrlgus, G. A. Harris and
Workers of Omnhn,
Are AH Busy.
nairea oi cunu ana rurnisned a reason
for bringing this suit 600 miles away from
He pointed out that Burns had been
careful to settle - fairly with all of his
old associates and that Doyle had Burns
to thank for the magnificent fortune that
he realised from the Portland, because it
was undisputed that Doyle left the camp
In August, 1892. for good and but for the
fact that Burns stayed by the Portland
until gold was discovered. Doyle would
probably never have been heard of in that
that will be put un under tha nw ...
The sidewalk committee reported that the
street commissioners would soon lay cross
ings. A committee of five was anDointed
to endeavor to organise a stock company
to build a hall for the club. The volunteer
fire department reported that after meet
ing the lire and police committee of the
c"y the promise waa secured that 1,000 feet
i nui-c wuutu uh lurmsnea ir tha
council would furnish a cart.
DISTRICT COURT NOTES
Judira Re-ara wnt tn ninU
h, . " aW utuuuay lu
- '--' a, in v aau-
iimiuii i u mi i v nair WAAir a t i
Mr. Smith closed with the claim that I t'9 "ljr three cases remaining on his call
the only demand for the stock for which
he sues the Jury could possibly find was
ever made by Doyle was the written de
mand of February, 198, five days before
the suit was brought; that Doyle's testi
mony on former days and former suits in
has set aside a restraining order heretofore
l it I I "u"'mnu toe case of
V,, " asaiiiai narry w Illlain
Melm. The restraining order grew out of
a tun xor Qivorca.
" veraici for Jl. 463.17 was returns I-
that his story of today Is false and only
bears evidence of his hatred and enmity
SETTLING UP WITH COUNTIES
Colorado bore every evidence of truth and 'Tav,or t-tne l'lumblan'Optical company in
P 9 muii, i ne sun was on
an insurance policy for $2,0u0 Issued by tha
uili ih iur uriiijuca.iiv all that rit. ..-
JaCOb H. Davll Rnilth Amnks flaaa.
on hl 1 1 r" nun rwit : u Lr u r,m n i . .
dlclal separation from hla wife, Ida Bell"
iib cnargrs a continued coursa of rm.u.
ays n naa to Dreak all the butcher knives
In the house to be safe and ul.. ini.nu...
that Mrs. Davis is given to extravagant
. or whb married A nn I :-i ikiu
at Council Bluffs,
Anna Wlnterbottom. whrt ma a .
Q'Hara up to April 15, 18W. when aha mar
ried Mr. V Interbottom at Chicago, aska
vi'uiv vu icirtuw ner iroin llu mar.
rlaga bond, to give her the custody of on
daughter aged S and to allow her to again
b known by her maiden name. Thla be
cause of the alleged desertion of Joseph
In April. ISw3, and nonsupport.
Attorneys Webster and Connell, for the
street railway compan;-, will be engaged
Wednesday In Judge Hf dick s court in try.
tng a case in wnicn T. i. Mahonev a itinr.
ney, for plaintiff. James Sally asks $10,000
ior aamaKea saia lo AlVi naan auataln
on December 1, 0)02, by the premature start.
ins ox a car iroin wmcn ne waa alighting
at Sixteenth and Pine. Several men were
excused from the Jury by the court be
cause of close acquaintance with the at
torneys and for admitted prejudice. A Jury
naa iirway oeen secured, out adjournment
i" venneaaay was laaen because Mr,
weoster must oe in supreme court today
F.mlly Schuchardt has filed an-amended
petition for divorce In her case aaalnst
Ldmlnd Schuchardt, a tailor. She sets forth
at great length various charges of abuse
and negle:l snd asks for )uo0 alimony
for an allowance for her attorney fas and
me cusiouy oi ttie on aaugnter, aged 14.
Thla Is the case wherein the wlfa ot a
divorce aome time ago and In a day or two
went to Council Bluff and married the
nephew of her huaband. Afterward Judge
Hutton set aside the decree, and now the
rase for divorce from Schuchardt must go
to trial again on ita merits. Hence the
amended petition with Ita wealth of detailed
cuargeo, sum ui mem very serious.
On ftlxteea-Dollar Item
mains to Be Paid to Clean
(From a Staff Correspondent,)
DE8 MOINES, la., April 17. (Special.)
For the first time since the law waa
enacted soon after the state of Iowa was
organised, the office of the state auditor
has taken advantage of section 1.4G6 of
the code and is sending to the counties
warrants for the amount due the counties
In excess ofthe amounts due the state.
Old accounts of twenty years' standing
and over are being settled up. A balance
of 23 cents, which has been due to Jet
ferson county for sixteen years, was paid
today. In remitting to the state for the
care of the patients In state Institutions
oftentimes the counties remit too much
money. Many of the county auditors keep
no ledger, not being required to do so by
law, and hence they sometimes even pay
bills twice. The law is mandatory and
states that as soon as there shall be a
balance due the county the state auditor
shall draw a warrant, for the balance and
send It to the county. This waa done to
day for the first time aince the law was
enacted. Counties are as natle to not re
mit enough money or fall to pay' a bill as
they are to remit too much or pay twice,
and more so. Through thy efforts of J. T.
Wall, clerk of the revsnue department.
stock agent for the Illinois Cential road
with headquarters at the Exchange build
ing. Mr. Longstreet succeeds A. F.
Strvker, who resigned to take a place with
the Iowa Stock Food company.
A lengthy meeting of the Board of Edu
cation was held last night, but nothing
was done except to look over plans for a
firoposed new school building to be erected
n the northeastern portion of the city,
providing funds can be found available.
COUNTY VALUATION IS GROWING
Assessor Reed Finds m Steady Natural
Increase In the Wealth
County Assessor Reed reports that his
field deputies are making good progress
In the work of assessing the new buildings
and personal property. Two small dis
tricts have been completed, and together
show an Increase of $$4,150 In actual valua
tion. The district bounded by Dodge and
California and east of Twenty-fourth to
the river is returned this year at $4,208,000,
an Increase or Il4,7oO over last year. The
district from Dodge to Harney and Twen
tieth to the river Bhows an Increased val
uation of $79,400. The total for this dis
trict Is $13,428,4:5. Both of these Increases
are due to new buildings. Judging by
the returns that have come In to date,
Assessor Reed estimates that the total In
crease In actual valuation this year over
last will be In the neighborhood of $1,600,
000. This would mean about $300,000 on the
In round numbers the assessment totals
for 1904 were: Real estate, $97,000,000; per
sonal, $48,000,000. The Increase in both
amounir will, Mr. Reed thinks, be about
normal for the way In which Omaha has
been growing for the last few yeara. His
deputies are not "piling It on" anywhere,
nor are they overlooking any legitimate
subjects lor taxation.
There Is little agitation manifest about
union labor headquarters at Labor temple,
this city. One of the labor leaders who
spends much of his time there say:
"Things are very quiet In labor circles
about Omaha. About all the union labor
Is employed and a general feeling of
satisfaction and good nature prevails! We
were not particularly opposed to the pro
position to build a twine manufactory at
the state penitentiary, but are rather
glad that the bill was knocked out. Here
Is a circular that has been sent to labor
centers from Oregon, which the Omaha
papers ought to print. The circular Is
Issued by the Aberdeen and Hoquiam
(Wash.) Union Trades council. At any
rate you can say that It warns working
men from going to the coast for employment."
Sidewalk contractors say that the pres
ent promises to be a banner year In that
class of construction.
Mrs. C. C. Postal, 1005 South Ninth
street, has reported to the police the
theft of $ ' and a diamond ring from her
Among the new duties imposed upon the
city council by the new charter Is to meet
once each month as a Board of Equaliza
tion to consider tax levy plans.
Fruits are coming in rapidly now. Cher
ries are here, though a little high as yet.
Strawberries are gradually getting down
to the reach of ordinary purses.
Richard and James Devaney, two boys,
were arrested Sunday by Oihcer Madsen,
near the L'nlon station. They were trying
to open the ice box of a dining cur.
The Park school was clewed yesterday
that the building might be fumigated oil
account of one of the pupils at that school
having developed a case of scarlet fever.
The plan of keeping policemen at Six
teenth and Farnam and other busy cor
ners on Saturday and duys when the
streets are crowded for the purpose of
scattering loafers has proved effective.
Custer post, Orand Army of the Re-
Subllc, has accepted the Invitation of Rev.
. D. Duteher to attend the First Chris
tian church, corner Nineteenth and Far
nam streets, in a body Memorial Sunday,
In the federal court the Standard Dis
tilling company was given a verdict in the
case involving land on the river bunk
which was claimed by Fred and Henry Al
brecht, on the ground that the land was
accretion and had been In the possension
of the distillery people for fifteen ycurs.
Patrick O'Orady, the driver who was In
jured In a runaway at a funeral at 1-orest
Lawn cemetery Saturday,, is resting well at
Central hospital Three ribs were frac
tured and an arm broken, but he waa not
Injured Internally. He expect to leave
the hospital for his home in two or three
In the trial of Harry Lee for walking off
with a valuable diamond ring, the prop
erty of Martin J. Cannon, the owner of
the property accounted for his being so
easy by the statement that he had been
doped by Lee, with whom be had been
drinking previous to the disappearance of
ttie ring, u ne nearing or the case was not
Dny Gets His Lodging.
Not recognizing any authority In Chief
of Detectives Dunn'a modest gray suit,
Tom Day accosted the officer Sunday even
ing and asked him for money enough to
get a bed for the night. lo snow mm-
B'nat B'rlth Will Hold Picnic.
B'nal B'rlth lodges William McKlnley and
NeoraaKa nave arranged to feature the
opening ol Krug park on Sunday, May 18,
with a big union picnic. All the regular In
cidentals of such an affair will be provided
by a committee from the two lodges nnd
the women will serve a supper at the wind-
Is to love children, and no'
home can be completely
happy without them, yet the
ordeal through which the ex
pectant mother must pass usually is
so full of suffering, danger and fear
that she looks forward to the critical
hour with apprehension and dread.
Mother's Friend, by its penetrating and soothing properties,
allays nausea, nervousness, and all unpleasant feelings, and
so prepares the system tor the
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the event safely and with but
little suffering, as numbers
have testified and said, it is
worth its weight in gold." $1.00 per
bottle of druggists. Book containing
valuable information mailed free.
THE BRADriELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta. Ca.
Chance for Good Stenographer.
That Jobs tn the city hall do not
always possess the holder thereof with a
desire to rivet himself thereto until forci
bly pried loose Is shown by the fact that
City Electrician Mlchaelsen Is starting the
week without a stenographer. Miss Cora'
M. Frtnk, the Incumbent of the position,
has resigned and gone to Chicago to take
a better Job. The place pays $0 a month
and was first filled by Miss Frink, who
remained a little more than a year. The
city electrician is keeping an eye open for
a desirable young person who understands
spelling, punctuation and the art of not
gossiping about official business.
l'nlon Fuel Company.
Articles of Incorporation have been filed
In the county clerk's office by the Union
Fuel company, which Is to do a general
fuel and building material business In
Omaha. The capital stock Is $50,000 and the
Incorporators are Robert J. Aitchison, A.
B. Cook and Samuel A. Corneer.
Oaaaha Guards Inspected.
General A. 8. Daggett,. II. S. A. (retired),
and Major -O. Ci. Caborn, Second Infantry.
N N. Ci.. Inspected Company O, Second
rettmetit. N. N. O., the Omaha Ouarda,
last vrenlnf In Crelghton hall. Fifty men
A "Heir Saver that grows la peavlarity.
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