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TTTR OMAHA DAILY BEE: TnTTRSDAT, NOVEMBER 2, 1905.
KANSAS MAT GET ON AGAIN
titbm'ta Willing u Biu Bslatioti la
MYHAWKERS MUST ASK , FOR RENEWAL
Ovrtr from Lawrence Authorities
Wrlron at Lincoln, Where senti
ment Pavora Letting It r
Koaea Be Hmoar.
rue. NoTfmlwf 1: Ttaatln- eotlege, at
Hastings. November 10.
' LINCOLN. Nov. l. Special )-Shall Kn"
an and Nebraska resume athletic rela
tions? Thin topic, precipitated by the re
cent speerh of Hon. Fuul I". Clark. e
speaker of the Nebraitka house, to the
Kani tuantt, who cheered hl sugges
tlon wildly, la attracting Interest In uth
lMlo' clrcli-s at Nebraska university to no
mall degree. It la pointed out that cx
Hpeaker Clark, who la an aliminua at Ne
liruMku. spoke merely for himself and not
with the authority or sanction of tho Ne
braska board, but It la futile to attempt
a concealment of tho fact that the convic
tion Is becoming widespread In the ranks
of the student body ut IJiiooln that Ne
braska and Kaunas should forget their
ijuurrot of two years ago and patch up a
permanent peace. During the last two
years there have been aeveral changes In
the personnel of faculty membera of the
Nebraska board, but there also can be no i
denial of the assertion thM the sentiment,
no far as concerns the board, amounts to
a determination that It la up to Kanaaa
to lake the Initiative. In ahort. the board
feels that, aa It waa Kanaaa which broke
off relations, it ahould In fairness be Kan
sas which Aral eeekB a resumption.
Some Ulrraaoaa Work Ahead.
Rocth's Cornhuskers are on the eve of
n series of strenuous foot bull battl.'S.
The husky farmer from Amce. In., are
the next foes which Booth's pupils must
fi'e. A week Inter the formidable Colorado
cloven Is booked for un invasion of tho
tornhusker camp, and next on the list la
l ho, crucial conflict with Dr. Williams'
Oopliers ut Minneapolis. liooth anticipates
u stiff light with the lowans, for he has
been forced to do some experimenting with
the Nehrnska line aa n consequence of tiie
bar raised against the freshmanahip of his
giant negro guard, Taylor. There la no
end of anxiety as to the Colorado game.
The decisive victory acored by the Boutder
Itea over Kansas last week In Denver
bothers Booth In no alight degree. Assist
ant Coach Westover waa a spectator of the
ilosh between Colorado and Kansas and
the reports he broimht hack to Booth
were to the effect that the Mountalneera
have It In them to keep the Cornhuskers
guebslng. For aeveral days the rumor has
been In circulation In Cornhusker circles
that the Nebraska board might suggest
1o Colorado '.he Impropriety of playing
TrudKlan at quarterback. Whether or not
the report haa any foundation cannot be
df termlncd,. for the Nebraska authorities
. are steadfastly silent. It Is believed, how.
ever, that charges seriously reflecting upon
thi amateurism of Trudglan have been
tailed to tho attention of the Cornhusker
b"-rd. These charges are to the effect
tt-t Trmlglan played summer ball in 1904
In one of the mining towns of Colorado,
rclvlng money for Ills services. Refer-e-e
Is made to tho alleged fact that tho
plhlitlr board at Colorado took notice of
. T-irlpian'8 caae by barring him from foot
hill last fall and also from base ball last
Two of Booth's substitutes. Harvey, a
guard, and Beekly. who has been used In
several half games at full back, are on
the hospital Hat, the former having rup
tured the ligameata In a shoulder and
Brekly' having thrown a shoulder out of
Joint. Without Booth's consent the Ne
braska gridiron was used for a display of
horsemanship last week In connection with
a charity show given by the faculty. The
steeds .rut up the field so badly that its
INTEREST IK WK9TERN LEAGt E
O'Xelll Will Vlal Lincoln shlrely
ad Tehran Talk.
President O'Neill of the Western league
will be In Omaha Thursday, and, accom
panied by Manager Rourke of the Omaha
team, will go to Lincoln to review the
altuuUon at that place. From the reports
made by "Duckey" Holmes It aeema prob
able Lincoln will secure the tit. Joseph
franchise and will back up the enterprise
in proper shape.
Mr. Houike untl President O'Neill will
spend Thursday In Llncolu and probably
will leave tor Chicago Thursday night, a
special meeting of the league having been
ihIIiiI for Saturday In Chicago.
A special to The Bee from Kansas City
"Dr. D. M. Shlvely, ' president of the
Western association, haa returned from
Chicago, where lie hud been called to meet
Oeorge Tebeau, Mike Cantillon and Presi
dent O'Neill of the Western league. From
stories coming out of Chicago It would
Indicate Shlvely is alated to succeed O'Neil
I us preslilent or tne western league,
Tebeau and several others connected
with the Western league talked the matter
over with nie at Chicago.' said Mr. Shlvely,
'but we did not come to any understand
ing. Tou know that I am still president
of the Western association, and It will
have to bo a pretty pood proposition to
m.ike mo leave that oiKunizatlon.' "
This report regarding Shlvely had pre
viously been circulated up In tills neck of
the woods. Rourke and others had heard
of It. but know of no tangible movement
In that direction.
IN THE POLITICAL ARENA
Secretary Oreary of Repiblicaa Committta
Expfts Big B(i(trttioa.
REPUBLICANS WORKING HARD TO WIN
WITH THE BOWLERS.
The Lemps' Kalstaff of the Commercial
league beat the Mlack Kats of the Omaha
Bowling association two out of three
games on the Metropolitan alleys.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Jay 151) 1&! 176 478
Ruah 181 1(15 ItSO 6'
Carman 16 182 158 506
Uerger 194 191 176 Mil
Bcselin 178 164 17ti (U8
Totals 86 874 843 2,6k8
1st. 2d. Sd. Total.
Clav 177 1!7 1K3 567
Snyder 1K3 159 194 616
Weber 154 218 12i tV
Johnson ISO 148 135 43
Anderson 181 IV. 181 647
Totals .....856 W7 819 2,681
The Stephens & Smith team lost three
games to tne Life Malts last night on Lents
& Wllliama' allevs. Nelson of the latter
team is high for the month on a hat given
by Stephen & Smith with a score of M
The Thurston Rides and Armours play to
night on the samo alleys: Score:
LIFE a.' ALTS.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
McKelvey 185 133 158 486
Sutton 171 155 ISO 5H
Nelson 1W W m ti4
Wale TUB 19S :DU 159 657
Btapenhorst KS 1S 213 619
Totals 928 S53 921 2,702
STEPHENS 4 SMITH.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
784 868 2,802
A garage is to be built In New Tork with
a capacity of 600 cars. The estimated cost
Casper Whitney waxes wroth over the
committee which has been selected to revise
the -oot ball rules.
Five trotters won over $10,000 apiece on
(he Grand circuit this year, while no one
pacer reached the $5,000 mark.
Madrall, the latest "Terrible Turk" to
be brought to the front, haa been matched
to wrestle Harkenachmldt, the Russian lion.
In Ixmdnn this month.
Japs are reported to have taken up the
American game of base ball with a vim
and their interest In the sport augurs well
for the game In the far east.
Kid McCoy has announced he would
quit the sporting game. He can well
afford to, aa No. 5 la said to have inherited
$5,000,uu0 from her first husband.
It Is said James Dodge, who won the
Futurity with Light stone, bred the finy,
broke and trained her, and then, after
shoeing her, drove bar In the face. A sort
of a one-man affair.
Rates have been asked from the Bur
lington for 100 students to accompany the
Colorado foot ball team from Boulder to
Lincoln when that team plays the Corn
huskers November. 1L
itaaelle ll. Will Hold llpra
Meetlnav Thursday Mailt for
Secretary Oieevy of the republican county
committee expresses a serene conlMoiice
that the registration of next Saturduy will
bring the number of registered voters up to
quite normal proportions. "I believe a lurne
proportion of the tvRlstrutlou will be re
publican," said Mr. Uretvy, "ulid 1 wn.it
to be iiuoted as predicting the election or
the entire ticket on next Tue-duy. We
have a campaign on for registration tl.at
must accomplish the work, and th- Fo'-.-tanclle
club is also sending out thous.imU
of notices. Even with an average amount
of split tickets I believe the majority party
In this county still have sufficient inarg'n
to elect every inun on the ticket."
Contrary to usual custom the Fotitanelle
club is to throw open Its doors to the pub
lic Thursday nlpht for a smoker, at which
politics and nothing but politics, except re
freshments, will bo discussed. The commit
tee on program has secured Gurdon W.
Wattles and C. J. Greene for apeakers al
ready, with the prospect for more heavy
weights. The Fontanelles have promised to
be nice and sociable and have extended a
special Invitation to factional enemies, all
for Uie sake of the ticket.
Another one of the rousing big meetings
that have made the Fifth Ward Republican
club famous Is to bo held in Young's hall
at Sixteenth and Corby streets Friday
night. United States District Attorney Bax
ter and other prominent men will make ad
Speaking with a voice us though it had
authority City Clerli Elbourn said:
'The vacancy caused by Councilman
Nicholson's death will be filled by some
other man than any of thoae mentioned up
to date. A dark horse will win out. The
chief qualification will be a certainty that
he will oppose President Zimnian and stay
with the majority at every stage of the
road. When it comes to electing a tempo
rary president the majority may try to oust
Zimnian from the presidency and the new
man must bo ono who will stand by them."
It Is said that W. B. Taylor has consid
erable corporation support, but the wise
men at the city hall are skeptical that he
can muster the five votes necessary to be
OMAHA, Oct. 31. 1905. To the Editor of
The Bee: I desire to say a few words
through your columns to the people of this
city concerning my friend. Emmet G. Solo
mon. I have known Mr. Solomon for more
than 20 years. I knew his parents before
him, and by training and Inclination
Emmet G. Solomon Is a bright, honest,
honorable young man. I believe him to be
thoroughly worthy of the position he seeks
at the coming election; that of County
CHARLES W. SAVIDGE,
Pastor People's Church.
Lee Orler, clerk of tne police court, said:
"It Is true that I am a candidate for the
vacancy In the council from the Fourth
ward, but I shall do nothing in tho Interests
of my candidacy until after Councilman
Nicholson's body la In the grave. I had pot
conferred with Edward Roso water on tho
subject and the first I knew that I was his
preferred candidate was when I saw It al
leged In an evening paper."
Interesting program waa rendered, which
repreaented the doings of the boys In the
hall. Perhaps the most enjoyable part of
the evening was the apples, peanuts and
PEACE WITH STRING TO IT
As reemeat ' Bet srta Her and wilier
et a Thins; of History
roughneaa baa already maimed the two many aeem to think, but la from November
players In question, and Booth In sheer de- i 15 to November 30. Chicken shooting haa
fenae has again moved hia squad to the becn better than for years and many good
bags have been mado by Omaha shooteri
The Omaha Commercial college and the
turf at the university state farm, whore
tne practice may De conaucsea in secret, t E0yi, college foot ball teama will meet
. Meanwhile freesing weather has set In and on the Vinton street gridiron Saturday
the task of leveling; the athletic field at anernoon. i ne nem i m Kepi clear of
tunny to see tne game,
the university threatens to prove a for
HART RETIRES FROM BASE BALL.
Some wag has figured It out that Presi
dent Eliot of Harvard is not eligible to
participate in any Intercollegiate contests.
Tiie prnaldent at one time rowed In a crew
which won a money prise supposed to have
been aiviaea among tne crew
The Iowa Agricultural college fooi ball
team from Ames. In., will be the onno
nenta of the CornhUBkera at Lincoln Satur
Owaershlp of Chicago Nationals For.
C1IICAOO. Nov. 1. Bv the formal trana.
fr today of the ownerahlp of the Chicago day. Amea waa beaten by Minnesota by
National league ball club. Colonel James A. . the score of 38 to 0. but the reports are
Hart, sfter a quarter of a century as one they have a good team of husky boys, who
of the foremost characters of the national are no quitters, but who will light to the
game, retires from active participation in i finish
professional baae ball and la aucceeded by with the national bowling tournament.
v ui ... iuuipu.., uctii o i"i- i nve monina away, mere is a row in camp,
dent of this city for some Mme. Imme- ; The national officers want the Louisville
dlately following the announcement of the i promoters to put the prize money In their
lepal transfer of the stock It waa an- hands, while the colonela prefer to keep it
nounced that deala are almoat compleed themselves. The bowlers are verv anxious
for further strengthening the National to know whether they are to receive real
league club, which recently won the cham- money, or Kentucky "L O. U.'s" when they
plonshtp of Chicago. ln
reins " aaid Prealderit Murohv ;!aa he Ta Cut Off lake la not by any
mit onlv a areaT all around braver but la n,Ban over- Ev"r enthuslaatlc
SnttdVrniana.: f,"-"" ?Z?ntW ZJl
kill I shall tiv to carrv out Mr. Hart's " .. . "-
wel'l de-fined 'policy a'nent' clean basTbal! ""S'whM flnnvnM 2
.nd do all in my power to uplift the game." lrt' Mlnr
Entrlea to Nevr York Horae show
NEW TORK. Nov. l.-There Is an entry '"f.1
list of about l.r-oo for .the annual horae
show st the Madison Square garden during
the week beginning November 13. The
entrlea already number 260 more than In
last year's show.
'ounty treasurer's office and a party of
I friends succeeded in dragging In as nice a
Belle voe Foot Ball Srhedale.
RELLEVCE. Neb.. Nov. 1. (Specials
Following Is the schedule of the foot ball
games yet to be played by the college
team: ' Don le college, at Bellevue, No
vember lly Grand Island college, at Belle.
of crannies aa has been cauaht at the
lake thle season. The river fishermen also
are keeping busy and report the crop they
are gathering now Is more solid and of
finer flavor than any taken so far this
A Brave Flarbt
against stomach, liver and kidney trouble
la alwaya -succossful If carried on by
means of Electric Bitters. 60 cents. For
sale by Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
"It Is true I am ready to execute a bond
of tM.OOO to guarantee that I will put up
an SSOU.OPO hotel at Sixteenth and Howard
streets." said Peter E. Her. referring to
the report given out from the Commercial
club Tuesday that the diffcrencea of Mr.
Iler mid Rome Miller were about to be
settled. "But before 1 do that I siiail re
quire that Mr. Mllcr execute a bond to
guarantee thai he will give me possession
of the Her Grand by a time which shall be
agreed upon blwe'ii us. His word that
lie will give possession will not be taken.
He must give bond. When Miller ircta out
I am ready to build the hotel. Dean Bros,
of Kansas City have signed a 'lease and
have approved the plans of the new build
ing" "My vacation of the Her Grand is de
pendent on more contingencies than were
mentioned in the papers," said Rome
Miller. "There are several things Mr. llor
will have to do, but I am not talking on
the subject at present ; I will let him do
the talking. If I leave the Jler Grand I
will build a hotel of my own, but I am
not prepared to say when or where."
The club has been laboring for a month
with Mr. Iter and Mr. Mller to secure an
agreement between thorn. It makes no dif
ference, it Is said, whether Mr. Iler or Mr.
Miller builds It, but the club would like to
get definite assurance from one or the
HILL TALIS OF NORTHWEST
Railway Preiideit 671 it ii Drawing
Fatter Thai ley Othar Section.
NO FIGHT WITH HARRIMAN INTERESTS
DemaaaT for ew Hallways la line
to Marvelous Development of
Great atnral Re.
CAPTAIN HAZE OFF THE FORCE
Veteran Poliee Officer nealcna to
Leave by the First of
THREE PLACES TO BE FILLED
I pdlke. Jaqnlth and Merrlam of Grain
Kxchnnae Dlreetorate Com
plete Terms of Office.
Notice of the annual meeting of the mem
bers of the Omaha Grain exchange has
been sent out by Secretary Merchant. The
meeting will be held at 11 o'clock Novem
ber S. In the exchange room In the Board
of Trade building. The principal business
will be the election of three directors to
fill the places of N.' B. Updike. A. B.
Jaquith and N. Merrlam, whose terms ex
pire on the date of the meeting.
The Milwaukee Chamber of Commerce ' duce, as other nations are combining In
has notified Secretary Merchant that It has such a way as may In the future make
amended Its rules so only one-half the es- . trouble for ua on that score."
tablislied commission will be charged mem- "Are monetary conditions in the west
bers of thirty-three grain and stock ex- j satisfactory?" he was asked.
changea. of which the Omaha exchange Is 1 "On the whole, yea." said Mr. Hill. "Tho
one. on trades for future delivery on the west has a great deal of money now. We
NKW YORK. Nov. 1. - James J. Hill
president of the Great Northern company. 1
said today that there Is no quarrel be- I
tween himself and E. H. llarrlinun, piesl- I
dent of the I'nlon Pacific and Southern J
Pacific, railroads, that there Is not likely I
to be any and that there is no cause for I
any. On Mr. Harriman'a recent return
from Japan he said that an era of com- ;
pelitive railroad building was at hand.
ftorthvaest (.rowing; ttaplitly.
Mr. Hill said today:
"I am not going to say a word about
what Mr. Harriman said. Mr. Harrtniuu ;
las his ldnas of development: I have mine. ;
but I want to repeat that this talk of
rupture, whether it emanates from Wall
street or elsewhere. Is absolutely rubbish.
More than three-quarters of what has been
printed about this competitive railroad
building has absolutely no foundation.
"The northwest," lie continued. "Is grow- :
tnT faster than any ether part of the Uni
ted States. The states between the Red
river and the Pacific coast are growing
faster than any other section. The natural
resources of the country in farms and :
foreata and mines are greater, collectively, ;
than In any part of the United States. For ,
that reason the development of these re- 1
sources Is the foundation of this suction's ,
Need of Ovtalde Market. ;
"How do you regard the future of the ;
"Well, I am not a prophet, The country
Is great, but we must remember that the ,
United States has some questions befoi-e
It which It will have to meet and settle
before Its prosperity as a commercial na- i
tlon will be on a permanent basis. As far
as our domestic affairs are concerned, of ;
course ournatural resources are very great j
and of themselves maintain a high stuml-
ard of prosperity. At tho same time wo '
must have customers to buy what we pro-
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"I have had the grip three different
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Every time 1 was cured by the uae of
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FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fair In Nebraska Today, Colder In
West Portion Fair and Colder
Captain H. P. Haie will terminate bis
long career as a police officer by or before
January 1. 1906. Hia resignation la In he
hands of the Board of Fire and Police Com
missioners and he was among the batch
of policemen off duty because of
the deficiency In the police funds.
The board has no objection to the con
tinuation of his services until the first of
the year. It Is understood the board was
unanimous In Its action on the resignation
It also Is understood that when Captain
Haze's time came. In the course of affairs,
to take his lay-off because of short funds.
It was thought unnecessary to redraft him
Into service, but the board deferred to the
captain's wish to resume his official ca
pacity and then submit his resignation.
"It is true I have for some time been con
templating leaving the police force and have
mentioned the matter In a casual way to
some of the commissioners and the chief
of police," says Captain Hase. "I have not
yet, however, tendered my resignation to
the board and may not for some time to
come, although my plans are to endeavor
to leave the last of the year. It is my In
tention 10 go mm Business lor mjaeii. my Valentine clear
relations with tho commissionera and chief ; Wllliston, cloudy
have been and are of the friendliest na
ture." Captain Hase waa appointed a patrolman
September 29. 18?B, and haa aerved In va
rious capacities, being at one time chief of
the detective force.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 1.-Forecast of the
weather for Thursday and Friday:
For Nebraska Fair, -Thursday and colder
in west portion: Friday, fair and colder.
For Iowa Fair 'a rid ".'warmer Thursday.
Friday, fair. ' '"'
For Kansas and Colorado Fair Thurs
day and Friday. ,.- .r
For Wyoming Fair Thursday; colder In
north portion: Friday, fair.
For Montana, North and South Dakota
Fair and colder Thursday, Friday, fair.
OFFICE OP THR WEATHER BTTREAtT.
OMAHA. Nov. 1. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day of the last three
years: lAOS. 1904. 1903. 190.
Maximum temperature.... 4 70 81 72
Minimum temperature 91 II II K
Mean temperature 37 67 87 S4
Precipitation ' 00 .00 .27 T
Temperature and precipitation denarturea
from the normal at Omaha alnce March 1
and comparisons with the last two years:
Normal temperature 44
Deficiency for the day.. 7
Total excess since March 1 S81
Normal precipitation 06 Inch
Deficiency for the day 05 inch
Preelnltntion since March 1 24.53 inches
Deficiency since March 1 3. AS Inches
Doflelencv for cor. period In 1904.. 4.10 inches
Excess for cor. period In 1903.... S. 18 Inches
Reports from Stations at T I. M.
Station and State Tern. Max. Raln-
of Weather. 7 n. m. Tern. fall.
Rlsmarck, cloudy 38 42
have large crops to handle and for that ,
reason shall not. be able to lend as much
to the east as usual. But conditions are
a bees vatd br XIIHons of Mothers for their 1
f uuarsa wniia imuu&c ror oor nil T years. I
I aoouias the ohlll, aortana tb gum a, allaja (
all pain, oarea wind oullo, and la toe bt i
IWHTT-I1H OEHTm A .BOTTLE.
IT IS SAID THAT A DROWNING MAN will grasp at a straw. How many
weak, nervous, drowning, sinking men are grasping at straws today to g"t cured
of their iilluvnts (diseases), which are dniKKing them down to the bottom of the
sea of despair and misery? Why not awaken to tho realization of the fact to
day that IhihsMhk promises of qiili-K cures, misleading statements and unbusi
nesslike proisiinns to the articled arc hut straws that will sink you deeper
and deeper into the sea of despair? As forothers, let them grasp at straws, tiut
you. wl.o are in need of substantial medical aid. go to Honest, Skillful, Truo
Specialists, who will not deceive you with any falso promises, but will save you
and restore you to perfect health, strength pnd vigor, and plnco you safely
within the boundary line of prosperity and enjoyment of life. We want all men
who are suffering from any private disease or special weakness to feel that they
can come to our office freely for an explanation of their condition without be
intf bound by nny obligation whatever to take treatment unless they so desire.
Vital Weakness, Stricture, Varicocele, Nervo-Sexual
Debility, Blood Poison (Syphilis), Rectal,
Kidney and Kindred Diseases.
We hare no FHEK OFFERS, VO tllKAP OR Till AI. TRB ATMEIVTS,
xo.p.ty.i tii-( i rkd rnoposi tioom or sciikmk to sf.i.i. imf.du
t lFH. WORTHI.KNS BKl.TK, ETC. We vrlll make yon NO KAI.sK
PROMI9K AS TO CI ni(i VOI R CASK IX A SHORT T1MF, KNOWING
IT WILL TAKE I.ONOKR. na ire promise nothing; bnt what wo ran
do. nnd nlTrnys do what vre promise.
mN?III TATIRN FPfF W TOU nnot call writ for syrantora blank.
laUftdUkinilUll riU.fc. Office Hours- a. m. to t p. m. 8undaya, 10 to 1 only.
ELECTRO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
1308 Farnam St., Batwcon 13th and 14th Sta., Omaha, Nob.
tin 'iwu,ii n.nm pnnaimaaj Jiujuja.u muiiin, aim w 1 1 1 un n.m a
h lea go, clear
Havre, part cloudy
Huron, clear ;.
Kansas City, clear
North Platte, clear
Rapid City, clear
St. Ixuls, clear
St. Paul, part cloudy..
Malt IJtKe, clear
The confidence of the public is
the final proof of merit,
Has stood the test
It is old and pure.
CHAS. DENNEHY & COMPANY,
BOSTON REMEMBERS BALDWIN
Veteran Police Conrt Habitue Wants
to Help Boy Flowers for
A decrepit old colored man, shivering with
the cold air that had penetrated his scant
garments, hobbled into the police station
Wedneaday morning and asked to see "de
cap'n." The old man was not a atrangcr
to the to I Ice, but on this occasion he acted
In a rather distant, reverential manner,
which appeared In striking contrast to
"Cap'n, Ah jes got Ave cents lef, an' Ah
wants to help buy dem flowers foh Dan
The man with the five cents was Boston
Green, and hia name was duly added to
the subscription list circulated to buy a
1 floral token for the Dan Baldwin funeral.
The coin was the only one the veteran
police character had.
T Indicates trace of precipitation.
The month of October, Just passed, was a
liitle colder than the average, the mean
temperature falling two degrees below the
rrenn of 54 established for the month In a
period of thirty-five years of observation.
This is partially accounted for by the un
usual rainfall, which baa been exceeded
but five times In the period of observation.
The total precipitation for the month was
3 Ml Inches, exceeding the average of thirty
five years by 1.45 inches. The prevailing
direction of the wind for the month waa
from the south, the total wind movement
being 6,174 miles, an average hourly velocity
of 8.3 miles. The highest wind for the
month waa twenty-nine mllea an hour from
the northwest on the 18th. Sixteen daya
were clear, two partly cloudy and thirteen
were cloudy. On ten daya more than 1-100
inch of rain fell Thunderatorma were
experienced on Jive daya. a hailstorm waa
noted on the lth; light frosts were recorded
for the 11th and l.'ili. and a killing frost
on the 21st. The coldest day of the month
was the 30th, when the mean temperature
for the day waa 32. The sunshine recor-l
shows 100 per cent for eleven daya, over 90
per cent on three other days and over 80
I - cent on two. Five days had no sun
shine. I A. WELSH. Local Forecaster.
Bis Snake Frightens Houiaa.
6TELI.A. Neb., Nov. L (Special.) While
Mrs. J. H. Overman was doing some work
in the cemetery a few days ago she aaw
a monster anake, which gave her such a
fright that she came running to town and
; reported the matter, when her husband
got a dosen men, repaired to the cemetery
and were unable to And his snakeshtp after
a dllllgent search. Shu described It as
larger around than a stovepipe and about
sixteen feet long. Yesterday afternoon
1 Georgs Smith snd Marvin Davis were In
the same neighborhood and aaw the reptile.
1 which got through a hedge fence before
j they were able to kill it. A large crowd
! la going out from town this afternoon to
! try and flud It. i
Colleao Boys Give Social.
BELLKVI E. Neb., Nov. 1. ( Special. ) A
social and enjoyable evening was held at
Hamilton hall last evening. It haa been
the custom for several years for Hamilton
hall boys to give the Hallowe'en social,
which. Uicy lUj la very unlqu way. An
-Afuoro's. l he nmly diatit
let aapptylag wbitky to tf
HOUSE OF LORDS.
The Scotch with the Pear-drop flavor.
To ba ha4 of Riley Bros. Co..
u4 at Clubs, Cafaa, Hotala sad at Daalars.
The Cook Q Bcmhctmcr Co.,
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