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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24. 1W3.
In the V-nuni.il
lomjuny a cop
CASH FOR WATER WORKS
1 V aMM.
City Cesaeil Answers ths Objeotioi TUissi
b th Osmpinv, ,
NEVER INTENDED TO PURCHASE ON CffCDlT
Ihft fifMit for Werks Ha Met
Ba DlMltwd I'p te tne
The pity will pay cash for th water
. work plant, and, In fact, this th apclal
oumm;te on waterworks stated wm In
tended, from th start, Thla wti set forth
In tha following oemmunloatlon from tha
special Fomtnuue, which waa submitted to
tha city ournll at plght tn reply to th
lasf, Baimnunioation from Manager Mart
of th waterworks eompany, In which tha
latter a-allml attention to th fact that th
committee had Ignored or overlooked th
condition that tha ml of th plant, If ef
fected, would have to bo on a eaah basis:
To ti Honorable City Council Gentle
men; ioiir simoinl waterworka commlliee
would r'epenifuliy report that, complying
wiin V-tjur nirnouons. tney rommuni
th Vouni.il Uluffs . City Waterworks
imnv a. roiiv nf the rennlutinn aecfTt-
iiilf tho otirr of the water company to sen
Hb ujur.i to the city for casn at a prlu
in bt determined by arbitrators aa pro
vlded In the proposition of tlie.' water com
nnn in the ctiv rt date Autunt 21. 1906.
'flint . Immediately after tn adoption of
your trsniuilon the- water rompany waa
advlaed tnereof, but no anawer '.hereto
waa returned until Oeloyer 17. J08. when
your soinn.ltta received from llie water
company loo communication nerewitn sud
.tinted. ' -
in ttila communication, arter many obji
delay, tha water company purport o tlnd
ihHt, their proposition wan not In terma ac
cepted by, you la that the resolution did not
ipeolry. that the purchase (should be) "for
In view of the fact that an offer to aeil
always Ir.plles that the sale la to be for
mtsh- unions other terma are Indicated and
the further fact that the proposition of
the water company, which the council ac
cepted, waa a siwclflo offer to aell for
rash,, the acceptarww of that proposition
curried . by wcwsriary Implication that the
shIc and acceptance waa on a cash basis.
Th -water company waa notified - that
your committee waa prepared to enter Into
contract for submission to you for th
purchase of tho plant for casli on the
terms and in strict accordance with their
offer. ' In view of these facta It la hard
io understand how the company can "as
inme'"thnt there waa any change from the
imposition made by them.
In the accompanying communication of
fate- October 17, lf. the company says:
The company will bglad to make a con
tact with the city through your honor
tble committee In strict accord with the
mposlt!on ot August 31 whenever the
(Hindi shall have authorised you to make
ucih a contract."
Would Meet Objection.
" White your committee bellevee the reso
ufloir paused by the city council was an
icceotance of the offer Of the water com
any of date August 21. In strict accord
,nce with Its terms and that your com
utttee was fully authorized to enter into
. mntract In accordance therewith, yet to
nnet the quibble raised by the water com
iny In tltclr communication of October
..mii- committee recommends the adop-
lon of the resolution herewith submitted.
Th -attitude assumed by. the water com
tany in Its correspondence with the city
ind vour committee does not glv the im
.reaslon of sincerity in their proposition,
md when the quibble now raised lr dla
"jonWl of some other may be presented. -'
However, as It Is the purpose of the city
a act In good faith with the company, and
Northwestern and Rock Island railroads
were to contribute their ehar of th ex
pense "of cleaning Indian creek, and In th
am connection Mayor Macrae reported
that he had been Informed that the Union
Peeinn waa willing to contribute provided
the city would abandon the suit brought
few years ago to dispossess the railroad
of Union avenue. The mayor suggested
that possibly th Vnlon Pacific might pav
and construct sidewalks on Vnlon avenu
In the event of th city dismissing th suit
and at his suggestion the committee of th
whole will take th matter up.
ROBBERS. BIND THE OPERATOR
Seeure a Small Sum front the Rail
CENTERVILLE. Ia.. Oct. M. Special.)
Round and gagged, unable to move hand
or foot, while the trains on his division
were left to take care of themselves, was
the unfortunate plight In which two
masked footpads left Steve Burberry, Rock
Island operator, here last night.
Burberry was sitting alone In the Rock
Island office when his attention was at
tracted to a noise. Looking toward th
ticket window h was met by the sight
of A masked face and a gun pointing di
rectly at htm. While one man kept tha
operator covered the other entered the
office and ' tied Burberry hand and foot,
then Inserting a stout gag In his mouth.
The small safe In the depot was then
broken open and $26 In cash beside other
Angered Repass He Took Furniture
CEDAR RAPIDS, la., Oct. 23.-(Speclal
Telegram.) Constable. Peter Martin of
Marlon was shot and Inatantly killed by
Mrs. Eckles while serving an execution
on her furniture. The woman was re
cently divorced from her husband. The
constable served the writ and started to
take the furniture.- The woman told him
to stop or she would shoot him. H paid
no attention to the warning and a scuffle
ensued. The woman got a revolver and
shot once behind her, once In the celling
to frighten him and repeated her threat.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Grtliag Hat fisea lurtti at Isrpv Mill
for !rik Gempaat.
LARGE PLANT WILL BE ESTABLISHED
Over rte Acre of paee Will B
Covered by Sheds and Kline
Immense Mruetaree Will
Sixteen teams begangradlng Monday at
Sarpy Mills for the Sarpy City Hydraulic
Pressed Brick Company. This Is a com
pany In which a number of Omaha busi
ness men are Interested financially. It Is
said the work Is to be hurried Hi order that
the making of brick may be begun the
early part of December. The sheds and
kilns are to cover about Ave acres of
ground, although the brick company owns
eighty acres. Machinery for the pressing
of brick was ordered some time ago and
has been shipped. Parties Interested In this
company assert that when running at full
capacity th plant will be able to turn out
100,000 pressed brick every twenty-four
hours. Ten Immense sheds for holding the
brick will be built at present and more
will be added a needed. Some brick al
ready have been made from the clay n
the property of this company, and those
who handle brick say the samples are first
class, and no trouble will be encountered
In finding a ready market for the product
of this plant. Quite a large number of men
will be given employment erecting the
plant and sheds just as soon as the exca
vating Is completed. All of the brickyards
In the vicinity of South Omaha have been
running full blast all summer, afid the de
mand for good building brick has often
been In excess of the supply.
Balldln Operation Active.
Monday the Omaha Brewing Association
secured two building permits aggregating
tfO.COO. One permit Is for the construction
of a two-story brick building on Q street.
just west of Twenty-seventh street, to cost
not less than tfS.ono. This building Is to be
groom. Wben ah cams to answer the
usual question Mrs. Ledger could not
uallfy for matrimony In Nebraska, aa the
law of this slat provides that divorced
persons must wait at least six months be
fore hitching up again. The license stub
marked canceled" and the couple
went away disappointed.
STRENUOUS SIDE OF HUNTING
Hardsblpa Arc Kujoyed by Tin af
Omaha' Celebrated Mm reel a
Wha Reach Home Alive.
J. E. Von Horn and Bill Hooper took
their first duck hunt ot the season Sun-
dlty. They returned tired and hungry; they
lept In a corn crib. Hooper fell In a pond.
and yet they say It was great fun and
they are going again next Sunday. The
nlmrods went to Waterloo on Saturday
fternoon and hunted that evening about
the ponds In the Elkhorn valley, returning
to Waterloo about midnight They went
to one hotel and beat on the doors until the
skin was torn from their knuckles, but
no one came to let thm In. At the seco.id
hotel which the town boasts they man
aged to wake up the landlord and asked
him for lodging.
'There Isn't any more room." he called
rom hla bed, then rolled over and went to
Th hunters found a friendly corn crib
nd slept between chills until morning. At
daylight they got something to eat and
started out In search of adventures.
Hooper shot a duck and It fell far out
In a lake. He took off his shoes and
rolled up his trousers to get that duck, but
had taken only two steps from the bank
when he slipped and fell to his shoulders
In tne ley waters. Then h lost time by
going back after dry clothes. Now they
tell their friends they shot twelve ducks
each, but they have not shown any of the
The constable lauerhed anil continued tak
Ing the furniture. Tha woman shot the forty-four feet In width and sixty feet In
third time and the bullet struck him over P1"- Work already has begun, on this
the heart. H died Inatantly.
stable was umrmed.
IOWA M AX IS M VSTKRIOl BLV SHOT
After - Several Honrs Elapse His
Brother Kotldea Doctor.
OSCEOLA. Ia., Oct. 23. Special Telegram.)
Perry Sutton, agent of the Standard Oil
company at this place, was mysteriously
shot while returning home from Murray
Saturday evening. According to his brother,
who was with him, they were riding
through the timber two miles east of Mur
ray, when a man stepped out from behind
structure. The other permit secured by
this brewery Is for a 14,00 two-story brick
building at Twentieth and S streets. Plans
for this building show a width of twenty
six feet and a depth of sixty feet.
The Jetter Brewing Company Is erecting
a fin brick building at th northwest cor-
ner of Twenty-fourth and Q streets. Other
buildings In course of construction are the
Vnlon Pacific freight depot, the brick fire
department headquarters building, and also
quit a number of dwellings scattered all
over the city
Republican Clnb Meeting;.
Wednesday evening the Swedlsh-Norwe
a tree and fired at Sutton the ball, a 22- "lan Republican Club will hold a rally at
caliber, passing through hut body from Kvans nail. Twenty-third and N streets.
shoulder to shoulder. His brother than A" 8wede and Norwegians are earneatly
hrouaht him home and said nothlna- aboul I requested to be present at this meeting, as
it until noon Sunday. He then not! Bed tha DUBlne of importance Is to come up. An
doctor, saying that up to that tlm It had ,nvl,tin has been extended to all candj-
not seemed to be serious.
BANKER DIKMMG IS ACtUITTEO
Jnry, Says He la Not Gnllty of Fraud
CRESTON, la. Oct. 23. (Special Tele
gram.) Tha arguments of attorneys in the
case tn which Clyde Dunning of " Mount
Ayr was charged with fraudulent bank'
'in. amicable adjustment of the matter J Ing were made today and the jury retired
it i p. m., returning a veraict at 7:16 p.
m., finding the defendant not guilty.N .
' would en-cm to be In th Interest of the
Oinpany. US DOnonoiuern aim me uny
illke. we assume that they are acting In
iood faith In the matter and therefor
ecommend the adoption of thla resolution.
We would further report to the city coun
U that if It should appear that the propo
'liJlaiv of tb company is not made Irv good
'alth.' or that' they do not rntend to 'abide
' :nreby. or seek to unduly delay arriving
it tho value of their plant, that your com
liltte will, -mnder the resolution hcreto--I'ore
passed, withdraw th acceptance of th
r-tUy to their proposition and proceed to
idvertise for plans ana specincanons ior
he construction of the water riant by
hw city. - .
' And your committee recommends thst
rifter- In ood faith using nil reasonable
i -ncans to arrive 'at a satisfactory adjust
tont with the water company, that If such
fforts shall fail, that all nenotlatlons wtth
. mid .company be closed and the. city pro.
ed without delav In the steps necessary
. u the construction of A plant by the city,
j. .. Offer, la for Cash.
'Although nothing was said as to wher
J he city expected to secure the cash with
"whk-h to purchase the waterworks the fol
lowing resolution authorising the special
committee to go atead and purchase th
plant was adopted:
Resolved, ' That the resolution heretofore
passed by this council accepting th propo
sition made to It by the Council Bluffs
. .Water W orks company on August 21, 1906,
.was Intended to be, and was In fact, an
acceptance of the proposition of said com
pany for the purchase for caah by the city
of the existing plant of said company In
accordance with the terms of the proposi
tion of said company.
Resolved. That th proposition of th
Council Bluffs Water Works company to
.tho city of-Council Bluffs of August ft,
ioiik ofTerinr to aell to the city of Council
Bluffs the plant and property of aaid com
pany "for caah at auch price aa may be
agresl upon by three thoroughly competent
hvdr&ullc. enartneera of good atandlng In
their profeaalon, one to be chosen by the
city, one by the water worka company and
the third by these two," and if a "aal la
,tnajly consummated under such arbitra
tion th city and water company to bear
the expense of the arbitration In etjual
shares, but should either the city or the
, water company fall or refuse for any
reimnn to abide by such arbitration, the
one so falling or refusing to bear such ex
' pense," be and the same Is hereby ac
cented, and the special water works com
mittee heretofore appointed Is authorised
' to enter into a contract with the Cuncil
Bruffa Water Works company In accord
ance with eatd propoaltlon ao accepted by
- tliA citv council.
And that in case of the failure, neglect
or refusal of said Council Bluffs Water
Worka company to abide by Its proposition
nr tn aDooint Its appraiser, or to proceed
under aaid proposition, that th said water
works committee Is instructed to pisceed
further In accordance with the terms of
the resolution passed and approved In Oc
tober 1, and that It report any contract
' Kiiterad Into between It and the Council
Bluffs Water Works company to this coun
ell for approval.
, Tower Ordered Replaced.
The electric light company is to be ordered
to replace th light tower at First street
and Broadway. Th committee having the
' matter In charge reported that per cent
of the residents In the neighborhood of the
tower favored Its restoration. This was,
however, disputed by City Solicitor Snyder,
who claimed that th commute had, von
lined its Investigation within too limited an
iiroa.' Aldermen McMillan and. Weaver
voted' against replacing th tower on the
grounds of th possibility ot Its collapsing
or being blown down again.
. ' Mayor Macra called attention to th con
dition of the pavement on Main street
which bad been torn up for tha laying of the
Independent Telephone company's conduits.
City Engineer Etnyre gave It aa his opin
ion that the paving will have to be relald
over th entlr rout of the conduits, but
before ordering this don th ;dermen aa a
committee of th whole will go over th
At the auggeatlon of th mayor th com
mittee oa Are aad light waa instructed to
Investigate th cause ef the poor quality
of gas being furnished by th light company
. at present. Th mayor stated that com
plaint were coming to him dally about tha
gas and he believed It was a matter which
should receive attention at the bands of th
i ity .council.
Ctty Solicitor Snyder wa directed to
tak vp with th Burlington and Oreat
Vteetrrn railroads th matter of their In
atatlUug gates at the Main street cruaalngs
aa directed by the city council about a
month ago. but with which order they had
failed to comply. .
Aldersoea ' Maktnv) -reported Uial the
Water Case Affirmed.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 2S.-The
dates to attend and make a few remarks.
Sheen Trade Brisk,
Monday was a busy day In the big sheen
barns at the stock yards. One hundred
cars of sheep came In, making the re
ceipts 29,000 for the day. This was the
largest run since October 3, when 82, Oof)
head were quartered In the barns. Ind!
cation are that these heavy runs of sheep
will keep up for some time. Buyers for
the packing houses were at the barns early
and being supplied with liberal orders,
picked out the best in the flocks. While
there was a good demand for feeder, sheep;
the packers wanted fat animals for lm-
n,.rflnt. .lattwhl.. "I .1 I j I - .
error In the case of the Cedar Raplda 1. , " . " 7" " ""!
j. - tiifr iu me uarns apparently saiis-
Water company agntnst 'Jhe city of Cedar
Rapids. Ia., was today dismissed by " the
supreme court of the United States. Th
case originated in the Iowa state courts In
an effort on the ' part of the water com
pany to hav , an ordinance of the city trouble with the board of registrars. Out
of twelve registration precincts In Bouth
Omaha the registration books for October
19 have only been returned to the clerk
In three precincts. At the- closing of the
first day of registration the registration
officers conveyed the books to their homes
Instead of turning them In at th city
fixing water rates declared invalid. The
supreme court , of the state upheld this
ordinance and the refusal ot the federal
supreme court to consider the case has the
effect of affirming that decision.
fled. So far this month 266,660 shaep .have
been handled at the yards here.
Registrars Nealect Duty
City Clerk Olllln Is having all kinds of
Will Fight Indictments.
fTIMTi - A T lk Y.. -v M , n I
tc"'nn io, uti. -J. topeciai clerk.. omr. Several reniieat. have Wn
Telegram.)-The carnival company, drug made thr0UKh the pre tor the8e y,, to
stores and saloon men Indicted by the retUmed at once to the city hall, but
rnt intra jury w..t erraignea to- no aUent0 hM been paid to these. The
morrow. They will fight the cases on the mtter now in the nand, of the clty
ground of the Illegal drawing ot the grand attorney, and it Is expected that today an
jury. Two men from on township were omc-r will be dlsnatehed to brlna- In these
on th Jury. Seven members were not books In order that copies of the names
present wnen tne omer nve were drawn. I m v k made
Nearly every attorney In the county ia I Evan though jU(1;, Troup has decided
employed and a. great legal fight Is ex- I tmU the registration of September 19 Is
Pc'd- Clerk QiiHn win finish the making
of ecDles of this day's registration for th
uipnineria ai . eaar napioa. nniitioni nartlea.
CEDAR RAPIDS., la.. Oct. 2. -(Special I . .....
t ZK , . T . . Mrs. Dana Morrill will return to her home
aipntnena in mi) city, viuy one aeatn nas (rom Immanuel hospital today.
occurred, that of a ehlld of Rev. Alexander I Work Is being pushed on th construction
K. Oustafson of the Swedish Lutheran of tn union jaeinc ireigni on pot.
"Church, who died today.'
SCHANDEIN DISLIKED HEYL
t'sed Vile language Wheat He Met
Man Now la Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE. Oct, 23.-"Emll 8chandeln.
O'JR UTTER BOX.
and four freight cars were piled tn a hesp.
No on wa Tn.tured and the tiaffln of th
road waa delayed but a short time.
Morten Muaameat t eremeny.
OMAHA. Oct. 23.-TO the Editor of The
Bee: Allow me to correct an error In th
report mad by me to th Omaha press yea
terday. In which It was said that Governor
Mickey would preside at th Morton monu
ment dedication ceremony at Nebraska City
on the 28th Inst. This Is a mlstske. John
Stelnhart. vice president of th Morton
Memorial association, will occupy the chnlr
and the opening address will be made by
BEFORE THE PEOPLE'S BAR.
In an ungurdd moment Tom lawless,
who had foi gotten hi marriage vows, beat
hi wife. He will not be at home for
twenty days. Judge Merka thought by the
end of thst time he might be ahle to ap
preciate the comforts of the hem fireside
and cherish a proper regard for his wife.
"The minute I saw that fellow I knew
there was something strenuous about hint,"
remarked City Prosecutor 1..
"Yea, that thought occurred to me." aaid
Judge Berka, "hut I confess It wa after
I hud heard his nam read. It has a
frenrled ring to It."
"I was a little skeered o' de name, mscf.
but It struck me as a man wld dat name
Governor Mickey will make the next b,,,, m j.tll. eneway," ejaculated a seedy
MOVE TO PRESERVE RACE
Minister Proposes Association
People He Ha Married as Anti
Race Suicide Clnb.
Rev. Charles W. Savldge of the People's
church, who 'Sunday preached a sermon
specially to the people he had married,
says he Is thinking of organising an asso
ciation or society of all these people and
have periodical meetings in the Interest ot
'the home and home building." Mr. Sav
ldge Is a believer In the president's doctrine
of anti-race suicide and he told hla people
In the sermon those who could and did not
comply with the divine Injunction were sin
nlng and coming short of their duty to Clod
"One of the men whom I married sug
gested to me that It would be a fin thing
for alt these couples to be associated In a
society so they could hold meetings and be
of assistance to each other," said Mr. Sav
ldge, the man who has tied over 1,200 nup
tial knots during the course of his minis
A nam for the proposed organisation has
not been decided on. fiofnenn inmati it
be called SaVldge's Anti-race Suicide club.
speech and will be followed by Grover
While It was fully Implied. I neglected to
say that Invitations are extended to all clt-
Ixens who desire to attend the ceremonial
and I repeat that special trains will be pro.
vlded from Beatrice, Lincoln and Omaha
for their accommodation.
Since the above was written the question
has been raised as to whether Invitations to
special guests of th sons ot J. Sterling
Morton, addressed to the heads of families.
Is Intended to Include their wives. I settle
It with authority by saying that It does
Include their wives and that these Invita
tions were simply recognitions to the con
tributors to the fund for th monument.
GEORGE L. MILLER.
CLOSING JOINTS IN KANSAS
Officials, at Direction ot Governor
Hoch, Begin Systematic Prose
cution ot I Hear 1 Saloons.
KANSAS CITT, Mo.. Oct. 23.-Wllllam H.
tfcCamlsh has been appointed special assist
ant attorney general of Wyandotte county
by Attorney General Coleman, at Topeka,
with explicit Instructions to aid the pres
ent county officials tn closing the joints or
Illicit saloons at Kansas City. Kas. Mc-
Camish, who formerly was police judge In
Kansas City, Kan., has until recently acted
as attorney for the Kansas State Temper
ance union In Its crusade against the joints,
His appointment is believed to signalise the
Inauguration of a concerted effort by Gov
ernor Hoch, with the aid of county officials,
to close the joints of the state, which hav?
run wide open for years In violation ot the
looking habitue of the court
Mr. and Mrs. Lawless are past th
meridian of life, aa their gray hair Indlcatea.
The woman had been struck on the head
and the Injuries were so severe the polio
surgeon had to take several stitches.
Joe Miller responded to the roll call In
police court . Monday morning. In sonorous
"Well, this court Is not deaf," remarked
Miller's mouth was larger than usual,
for It had been extended over toward one
ear quit a distance, which he said waa tha
result of a "murderoua assault." An In
vestigation developed tha fact, however,
that th sidewalk had Jumped up, taken
a silt In Br'er Miller's Jaw, while he and
John Barleycorn were engaged In a little
Gen Loyd Is held as a witness In a case
of firing a pistol within the city limits
contrary to the ordinances made and pro
vided. He heard a racket adjacent his
sleeping quarters, near i nein ana iwpuoi
VftniiA- an d during the disturbance a plttol
shot was flred, and so he notified the police.
The shot was heard ny otnera ana Lxiya
will be held untu me mystery is soivea.
Ed Height, a vagrant and regular habitue
of the city jail, was sent to the county
jnll for- a period long enough for him
to take a bath.
Mary Allen I held at the city jail, with
Josle Stewart, to answer the charge of
robbing a lodger at the CambrUga hotel
Charles Kaufman Is booked to answer a
charge of assault upon a Omaha Messenger
Express messenger boy named August Hen-nlngson.
NO WALL WITHOUT DAMAGES
Partition May Be Built by Webater
Sunderland by Remunerating
Reed and Hattan Works.
In a decision made Monday afternoon
Judge Sutton dissolved and discharged the
temporary Injunction heretofore granted by
Judge Troup against the Omaha Reed and
Rattan Works. Thle temporary Injunction
was granted to prevent the proprietors of
the works from Interfering with the Web
ster-Sunderland interests In the building of
a party wall for thejptppoaed new mercan
tile building at the noHheast' corner of Six
teenth and Harney streets.
Plaintiffs, the John R.' Webster company
and James A. Sunderland, were allowed an
exception to the order of Judge Sutton and
were allowed to furnish a supersedeas bond
In the sum ot $3,000 pending the proseoutlon
of an appeal.
The only Way in which plaintiffs can now
proceed with the building of the wall Is by
mutual agreement with the Reed and Rat
tan works, the proprietors of which claim
Mrs. Bessie Williams.
Mrs. Bessie Williams, wife of Robert Wil
liams, assistant stock buyer for Armour &
Co., died at her home in Omaha Sunday
at 2:30 p. m. Mrs, Williams had been sick
for some time and Friday underwent an
operation, but was unable to survive the
shock. She is survived by the husband
and a little daughter about 7 years old.
Brief services were held Monday afternoon
at the undertaking parlors of Bralley &
Dorrance, after which the body, accompa
nied by the husband and daughter, was
taken to Chicago, where the Interment will
take place. Mrs. Williams' old home was
In Chicago, at which place her parents still
William B. Border.
William B. Border, 719 North Twenty
second street, of the firm of Doty A Border,
grocers at Twenty-second and Cuming
street, died Monday morning. The funeral
services will be held at the Second Presby
terian church Wednesday at 2 p. m. He
will be burled at forest Lawn cemetery.
Margaret Helgren. 8-year-old daughter
ot H. S. Helgren, SOUS Webster, street, died
ot diphtheria . yesterday. Owing to the
cause of her death the funeral will be
private and Will take place today at 10
o'clock. . The burial will be In Prospect
Hill .cemetery,-' H..8, Helgren Is connected
with the city treasurer's office as a clerk.
E. A. Brown.
BIGELOW, Mo., Oct. 23.-(8peclal.)-E. A.
Brown, uncle of E. A. Brown of the Ne
braska City Press, and Lot Brown of tha
Chicago, Burlington A ' Qulncy railroad,
Chicago, died here thla morning. Mr.
Brown was a pioneer in northwestern Mis
souri and one of the richest land owners
In Holt county. He will be burled Tuesday
at Mound City, under the auspices of the
Masons. . .
F. A. Aanew has announced his intention
ot being a petition candidate for police
A daughter has been born to Mr. and
Mrs. A. M. Gallagher, Twenty-fifth and A
J. W. Christl has returned from Mlnne
spoils, where he spent the summer with
Bee Hive Masonic lodge will work th
third degree Thursday night. Refreshment
will be served.
. 1 1 ' l K . Vlal..n(h kllJ ILf , Pacta
sr., tow me mat n wouia give me iio.ooo . --con-ftne(1 to his home with a threatened
ir t wouia wring jacoo neyrs neck ana attack of pneumonia,
throw him out on tha street." teatlned PViut I nvmn flmllev writes his Darents that h
Ehlera. a maaon contractor tn the n,.h.r. la now nicely located at Basin City. Wyo.,
. , I , . . . t..llnj,.n Ul
. . , . . . w . . i witn a party ui uui ihiriwh i'wi
urin whi t"iui:.i luuajr. r. E-nirra also , . .u. i. im,in .n rnl,11v
testined that In lBSa he told Mr. Heyl to h. attend n nhvalclana have con-
keep away from the Bcfiandeln home. 2400 I sen ted to his being removed irom tne noa
Hrsnit avenue, which K.hlara w v.nr.t. Dltal tO HIS notne loaay.
Ing. because It was Mr. Schandeln's orders. The second day of r'tlitrtUon will be on
"Enill Bchandeln and I Were out driving ;-rY..er this fall, as the registration of
wnen air. ocnanaein saw neyi coming I (September l "as oeen utviura .
down th street. He stopped and said. Claude Scott, Thlrty-tlrst and Madison
'You dog (and a vile name), when you face
m you turn another way,' " testified Wil
helm Meyer, a liveryman. Mr. Meyer gave
a graphic description of th alleged meet
ing ot Mr. Bchandeln with his son-in-law
Charles Hugo Jacobl of Watertown, Wis.,
first cousin of Emll Bchandeln, teatlflad
that Bchandeln Ignored Heyl. He aimply
did not exlat for Mr. Bchandeln, said th
witness. Mr. Jacobl stated, In th last
six months ot Mr. Schandeln's life he mad
"What did Mr. Bchandeln say in th last
NEW ROADS STIR NEW COUNTRY
Korthwestera and Milwaukee with
Their Construction Arouse Peo
ple of the Northwest.
Railroad construction Is stirring people
on the Northwestern extension from Pierre.
S. D to Rapid City. The mayor of Rapid
City has given terminals In the city to
the mystic road, presumed to be the Mil
waukee, and for this the Northwestern
threatents to change the western terminus
of Its line to Sturgls. '
General Manager Btdwell of the North
western lines west denied that th North
western would be disturbed by this conces
sion, but would build just as announced.
"We make no secret of our building
plans," said Mr. Bldwell. "At present we
are engaged In the construction of two
lines, one from Pierre to Rapid City, and
the other from Casper to Lander, and these
keep us sufficiently busy for the present."
streets, who ran away from home Satur
day waa located by the police at Kort
Crook yesterday and waa Ban, home.
THOMAS' TIME FOR TRIAL
Colored Man Aecased of Killing An
other's Wife Will On la
County Attorney Blabaugh expecta to call
for trial Tueaday morning the caae of
th State againat William' K. Thomaa, th
colored man accuaed of killing Lulu Bad-
six montha of his life In regard to th new ,er f, f another colored man, at South
will?" , I rtma ha three months ago. Many witnesses.
He came out to Watertown Just before l.ii wht people nearly, hav been sura-
he left for Europe in 8S. and told me that moned and they were In court Monday
Captain Pabst. Charles Beat and myaelf mornlng, but Judge Day waa etlll busy
were named aa executors of that will." wl.n .t, burglary caa In which James
The will of Emll Bchandeln, sr.. as on vy. Carter Is defendant. This case will. It
file In tha probate court- was sent for and I ti expected, be out ot th way Monday
it appearea tnac tne executors named were evening, or early Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Bchandeln. Colonel Pabst and Charles 1 Thomas wanted Mrs. Sadler to come to
Hugo Jacobl. Omaha with him "to have a good time."
Other wltneaaea were called but nothing when she refused he shot her and after
material was brought out In the testl- .ha fell la allseed to hav fired three or
four more ahcts Into her prostrate body.
NEW ENGLAND PRINTERS MEET
Reports from Strike tenters Say
Work Is Practically at a
B08TON, Oct. 23. About forty typograph
ical unions in different cities and towns of
New England, were represented at a con
ference held here today with reference to
the eight-hour contest for the book and
Job printers of the country. From all over
New England reports were received. Prac
tically all unions were shown to be In tx
cellejit condition and reports received from
the present strike center in New England,
namely, Lowell, Worcester, Springfield, New
Haven, New London and Hartford, were
were said to be of an encouraging nature.
Work was aaid to be at a standstill in
book and job offices ot nearly every city
where a strlks exists.
A tenant which is quickly dispossessed
by Dr. King's New Discovery Is a cough or
cold. 80 cents and II. For sal by Sher
man fc McConnell Drug Co-
Four Cars Plied In Heap.
As train No. 81 of the Burlington was
ulnwlv nasslnc through Pacific Junction
Monday morning a flange on a wheel broke
Selling: manufacturers, power
plants and those interested in
supplying: high grade coals for
steam and domestic purposes
We Desire to Announce
that we have purchased the fol
lowing coal mines located on the
Southern Railway between East
St. Louis and Centralia, 111.
Avery (1) Mnren (6)
Harmony (2) Little Oak (7)
Oakland (3) Shiloh(8)
Oak H01 (4) New Baden (9)
Clendale (5) Cermantown (10)
This means that we are abfe
to offer you the very finest coal,
for your purpose with an assur
ance of prompt shipment and
Write us your requirements
and let us show you how well
we can fill them and at what
If you can't wait, for corre
spondence call us up over the
longdistance Bell Phone, Main
5115 or Kinloch, D 1107 we pay
charges at this end on all tele
Southern Coal & Mining Co.,
91ft Security BuDdlng,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
D. m. notonniN.
Ota 'I Salti AgaaL
V. I. IAVAIMU0B.
ladlaa Case Advanced.
WASHINGTON. Oct, 3.-Th caae ot
Daniel Red Bird and others. Involving th
rights of outsiders who hav Intermarried
withy members of the Cherokee tribe ef
Indiana, were today advanced on the docket
of the supreme court of th I'nlted States
to Fabruary If.
f'ktcaao Street Car Hearlagt.
CHICAGO. Oct. a. The hearing of argu
ments in th quo warranto proceedings
brought against th Chicago City 1'nlon
Traction company to determine In light
of th a tree t railway coupanles to tha
streets began today bcfoi Judg Dupuy
of, th superior oourt. ..... .
LICENSE TO WED WITHHELD
Couple Fall to Get Certldeat la
Close to Heel of
Last Thursday Th Be mad mention f
th fact that Mr. Maud M. Ledgar had
been granted a divorce from her husband.
Late tiaturday afternoon Mrs. Ledger ap
peared at the office of Marriage License
Clerk Morrill, accompanied by Thomas J.
Kendall, and sought to secure a llcans
to marry again with Mr. Kendall aa th
Th city has Issued building permits to
Mary E. Chadwlck for a 11.600 from dwell.
Ing at Twentieth and Bprague streets; By
ron Reed company. 11,800 frame dwelling at
3t18 Franklin, and John Rector, fZ.&OO frame
dwelling at 814 South Fifteenth street.
Unveiling of Monument
To J. Sterling Morton
The Burlington will run a special train to Ne
braska City for the unveiling ceremonies of the monu
ment to the late J. Sterling Morton, leaving Omaha
at 9:00 A. M. October 28th.
Ex-President Grover Cleveland will deliver the
oration. Ex-Vice President Adlai E. Stevenson, and
it is expected all other living members of his cabinet
will be present.
Special train returning will leave Nebraska City
at 7:00 P. M.
$1.80 for the Round Trip
1502 Farnam Street.
"I !? nattl TAur lnbl rurirtti tad fid
fc.ft rrxt. Cfttiltf 'l do wtkhftut itim. 1 h
J ttaora for luun tlm fnr tBdiMaia n4 bil-
luaiuAii an m bow eoamjlatljr rurea. Kcon
Mtfle) tlitll M
vryu. Our! tried. fo Will
U-u lm tho family.'
.a -vara A. Mara. A I baa r, H.T.
ft kU Th Bowels
' camp CATtwme aiT
Larfe Sire 10 WimnSiilt?3 ,
Don't bur hnkatioai. Ii yoa J
you'll pay bigger fas bills, get insuffi
cient light and be forever paying (or
new mantle and repairs.
The Shield of Quality it oa the
label of th lenuin WeWbaeh Light
nd Mantles -a guarantee el th
best and cheapeit light to tha
Imitation are WorthW
waa - , II WtlSSACH i
FREE AA rest eVaba far, a WUt
sapsiatnt. h astenr. unhil aad FRBB
No Smoke No Smell
Wouldn't vod lilt to b rid of both
forever? You will when you get a
Just a slight pull on tha chain and
tip comes the Hinged Top, forming
a hood which draws all smok or
odors back into th rang, thus pre
venting their escape into tha room.
This Is the handy way to broil,
toast or fix the fire. It Is Moore's
Patent and can be had only on
Moore's Ranges. Then there is
Moor' Accurst Oven Th
l try It once aad you wtll never
be without It. It does away wiid
gutuinf and me baking sad
roafttinc absolutely sura.
Moore s Rangea ar snide of
Steel and asbestos. They ar
almnitindntruciible. They econ
omize fuel wonderfully and uve In ao many ways
that the actually repay their cott la a apart dm.
MOOrCfS Ar you planning to bur
either a cooxinc or heating
OUJVCS : etover Be tun to at Moor 'a
ahlOVS complete line tha hleat 4h
" tnxt improved tha but lot all
Nebraska Furniture and Carpet Co.
413-410, Kevth 84th etreet,
' SOUTH OMAHA-
FOR 30 YEARS
haa made a SPE
CIALTY of all forms
of diaeaaes and dis
orders pf ,
His facilities for
treating thla class of
dtseaeea are unlimited.-
i J able cures nave set-
in a 1 1 dom been equaled.
Oyer ao.tMtO Vaae Hare Bees Cured.
30 Years In Omaha.
His FREE BOOK tells the nature and
causes of every disease with which men
may be afflicted. Out of respect for society
and the city In which he lives, th dootor
refrains from naming In the family news
paper the various diseases of men that h
Is called upon to treat. This information
can all be foupd In his book. ...
His Home Treatment
has permanently cured thousands of eases
and every day Is proving what a great
good can be done for men at small coat.
Medicine sent in plain package.
Fees Light. Consultation Free.
Office Hours 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Bun
days, 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Call or write. Box Tea. Office 211 South
14th Street. Omaha. Heb.
Pl.eaa.l. Palatable. Pataat Taeta Sna4 fto flood,
tl.r aick.a. W...a or Grtpa. lee tM etc. K.r
nld la bulk. Th. f.a.l.e tablet el.my.4 t C C.
Quas..t..d ha .are or your atu.y back.
Starling Semedy Co., Chicago r N.Y. tea
AXSUAL SAU, TEN KILUOI BOXES
Move Before It Is Cold!
It is easy to forget how uncomfortable you were last winter.
If you happen to have aa office in a poorly built building, or where
there is a poor heating system now is the time to move to the on
building in Omaha that is always warm ia winter.
THE BEE BUILDING
n,ar are a law vary choice rooms tram which te ehooaa. )uet now, srr
at small rooms and three large room. There la. for example, a corner room
with a vault and a small room adjoining on th second floor; a room with a
vault oa the ftfth a south suit on th sixth, and veral On amall room
rrioe rang from ll to l par month.
TflltiViWr. vr?' Cauiutle Pre. '
ured. Method new, without pels of leas
af tlm. t;iua i";,
BIOQJ P0.S0R ? IUXXTZTZ
body, la mouth, tongue, throat, hair s4
ayeDrow tailing etiw J
Wiak, Kenws. Kbb XtU
nervous debllty, early decline, laek af vtajad
IDU lu.iiim, -
URINARY, Kidney and Bleeder Trtsv
Wk back. Burning Urine, rrquaay at
urinating, unm iiign uoiorue er wive
Ullky Bedlment on atandlng.
1 reaimen oy man, it y vax jw m
Caul rauivi in usajm,
aar Ills and Dauglaa, Omaha. KetV
About IM WOatMTTVI
MAIVIL winvtiM hew ay
iTh near fayM arnaaa.
(at Mr Irmw ear n. Wk.. ai 11 .
If b r.nnul eutly tb
Hisi r.i, accept ao
AUr htit Mild aULHiD fa
llluamtcd Ha. Malra. It I
full uartteulara and -lirrtioria lu
values! i lale. SI Kl. r
aa a., mmm vs., an. 1 uaa.
for 64 or
HERMAN St tocCONNELA. DftUO
Cor. 16th and Doag Bta.. imaLa,
MEN AKO WOEiCXe
Cm Bit far ...aiarae
y.laa. aad sat aewia
IrWtVaBlCHiMifiiuCS. nl ar aaaaaaae.
H. a rrters A Co., BenUl Agent'
C round Floor, Bee Building.
la mm ts Usiajt.
t sSi IS as. nnTta
I l- fcauiuuil.lt "I
my aal ta slats
Wf .as'., sraaaid. ant
l . m aatiWe a r.
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