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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, XOVTafBER 27, 1903.
Office, 10 Pearl
MOVEMENT FOR NEW Y. M. C. A.
Question of Reorganiiation Will S Dtr
ined Tomorrow Kight.
MEETING WILL BE HELD AT GRAND HOTEL
Don. J. C Wharton of Omaha ana
the Stat Secretaries for Iowa
aad Nebraska Will Bo
The question whether to continue the ef
fort to reorganize a Toung Men's Christian
association In this city will be determined
at .a meeting to be held tomorrow night at
the Ornnd hotel. Between seventy-five and
lnO of the leading business and professional
men of the city have promised the commit
tee having the matter In charge to be pres
ent at the meeting. The meeting will be
held In the ballroom of the hotel and a
luncheon win be served.
Hon. J. C. Wharton of Omaha, J. P.
Ttafley, state aecretary for Nebraska, and
W. A. Magee, state secretary for Iowa,
have accepted Invitations to be present and
will address the meeting. An Invitation
hss also been sent to Harry Curtis at
Dubuque, but It is not known yet whether
he will be able to be present. Mr. Curtis
In the years gore by waa secretary of the
association !n this city.
The meeting Tuesday nlrht Is not for the
purpose of soliciting subscriptions and none
will be asked, but Is merely for determining
whether the prospects for organizing an as
sociation here In this city again are such as
to warrant continuing the effort, t'p to
date the committee In charge has not re
ceived the encouragement that It antici
pated. Aurene glass Is something beautiful In
the glass art and Is made entirely of a
new material which gives a depth and
brilliancy of color never before possible
In glass. Come In and see It. Leffert,
Jeweler and optician.
Manual Training In Schools.
At the postponed regular monthly session
of the Board of Education scheduled for
this evening President Hess will again
liring up the question of the Installation
of manual training In the schools and It
it expected that some definite action will
ho taken by the board. Superintendent
Clifford Is In favor of the proposition, as
urn several members of the board. The
only question practically to be considered
is that of expense.
At the meeting this evening bids for the
new boiler at the Bloomer school will be
opened. Superintendent Clifford Is ex
pected ' to make the first report on the
work of the newly appointed truant officer,
Properly fitted glasses can always be ob
tained at Leffert's. Work Is always guar
anteed and you are sure to be satisfied.
N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. 250. Night. L6S3.
Paving Broadway Goes Over.
"The road to hades Is said to be paved
with, good resolutions and It looks very
much as If this Is about the only ma
terial with which Lower Broadway will
be paved," said a member of the city
council yesterday afternoon when It was
learned that Contractor Wlckliam had made
no preparations . for beginning work on
that thoroughfare today. Mr. Wlckham
Is to the fore again with a denial that
he made any promise to begin the paving
on Broadway today. He stated further
yesterday that the threatening aspect of
Little Men's Shoes
The prime factor that appeals
to many people when buying Little,
Men's Shoos la price. Not how
good are the shoes, but how cheap
are they. It Is our experience
that cheap shoes are "dear oneB."
There Is a limit to cheapness when
we tay our nhoes are low priced
they are but the quality is there.
You'll find it out when C(
he wears one pair 1sU
DUNCAN SHOE GO.
23 Main Street
We Mean It
When we say the SHTMATK DOL
LAR KAZOK is guaranteed from every
point Mill can thick of. For instance:
If you should drop one and hrcsk it
"SMACK IN TWO." we will UIVK
YOM A N y. W O.NK; or if It "GF.TH
TlilKD." we will GIVK YOF A NKW
UNE, and they sell for $1 : Jubi
liniik of It a isxor tlmt !s guaranteed
lor ALT, Tl.VK Tit CiiMK AT Jim! A
rumr- l.s a good Christmas present for
a m il' the animal tint la i bard to
M'!i!t-t a pi-eaent tor. We have the very
be;-t l'.iiur strop and shaving mugs
and kh.iving koup. and we HIIAVK
YHF. 1'HH'U SO CLOSK It won l ne.ti
another shave nevr!
DON'T KORGKT TUB NUMBER.
' Phone S.T3.
piucB ourinLrtn o stores
K T. YATFS. Proprietor.
Cor. Fifth avenue and Main street,
Council Bluffs, la. 'Phone 3.T3. Cor.
Sixteenth and Chicago streets. Omaha:
l'wenty-fourth and N streets. South
I haul dead animals, SI 00 per head.
Garbage, uri, manure and all rub
bish; clean vaults and cesspools. All
wurk don la guaranteed.
Cull promptly attended to.
J. H. SHERLOCK.
21 Pur! St. Phones, Res. 63, Offlci 97
lady Attendant If Desired.
INTEREST FROM IOWA
fit. Tel. 48.
the weather would probably prev-fnt any
work on Broadway this winter.
Contractor Wlckliam I now paving
Fourth arrntiK anl experts to commence
laying brick on Madison avenue this week.
I-ater In the winter ha contemplates
making a trip to Pnnama and take a took
t the nnenillnna nn the hi canal. The
trip, he says, will not be with the Idea
or for the purpose of securing any con
JAMES III. KXAPP STII.I. AT l.ARftf?
Reward Offered for Fisherman Who
Shot His Wife and Son.
James M. Knapp, the old fisherman who
hot and Wounded his wife and son,
John, Friday evening, Is still at large and
tip to last night the police had been un
able to secure any trace of him beyond
the report Saturday that he had been In
Oarner township and later at Quick.- At !
that time he was supposed to be heading
for Mills county, where It was reported
he had a brother living, hut this has
since been dented by members of the
Cards giving a description of Knapp have
been sent broadcast by the police de
partment. These cards announce the offer
of a reward of $25 for the old man's ar
rest. John Knapp, the son. was reported at
the hospital last night to be getting along
nicely and that the chances for his re
covery were favorable.
In connection with this case the police
authorities have determined that the ques
tion of tne liability of the county for the
remuneration of physicians called to at
tend such emergency cases shall be brought
to an Issue. When the police were unable
to reach Dr. Reller. the county physician.
City Physician Tinley1 attended John
Knapp and It was on Mayor Macrae's
order that he was removed two hours after
the shooting to the General hospital. The
supervisors have, heretofore refused to al
low the bills of physicians whose services
were requisitioned In such emergency cases
on the grounds that such attendance was
not authorized by them or the county
Chief of Police Richmond, In dlscusBlng
the matter yesterday, said that In future
In such cases he would call upon Judge
Scott of the superior court and secure an
order for the commitment of the patient
to the hoBpItal and on the court placing
its O. K. on the bill tho county board
would be called upon to pay It.
Program Arranged for Protestants
at First Baptist Church.
The union Thanksgiving services. In
which nearly all of the Kngllsh speaking
Protestant churches of the city will par
ticipate, will be held Thursday evening at
the First Baptist church. Rev. Otterbeln
O. Smith pastor of the First Congrega
tional church, will deliver the sermon.
This Is the program arranged for the union
Song Announcement Rev. W. D. Price.
Invocation Rev. H. W. Starr.
Hong Announcement Rev. W. B. Clem
mer. Prayer Rev. Marcus P. McCIure.
Scripture Reading Rev. Charles Mayne.
Offering Rev. James O'May.
Solo Mrs. Heaps.
Sermon Rev. O. O. Smith.
Hong Announcement Rev. W. X. Graves.
Benediction Rev. O. W. Snyder.
In most of the churches yesterday
Thanksgiving services were held and ap
propriate sermons delivered by the pastors,
whllo the choirs rendered special music.
At the Broadway Methodist church. In
place of the regulnr service In the evening,
the choir, under the direction of Dr. Clnude
Lewis, gave a Thanksgiving program,
which was as follows:
Prelude Prayer and Cradle Song. .Gutlmant
Processional Hark! Hark! My Soul
Renponse t Beethoven
Nunc Dlmlttls Frost
Wuartet Crossing the Bar Nevln
Misses Chamters and Ranck,
Messrs. I,ewls and McCatgar.
Anthem Jerusalem Parker
Solo Iand of l.lttle Faces Parker
Dr. R. Lewis.
orrertory Request Robert FTanx
Male Quartet Even Ixng Sullivan
Messrs. Bengston, Lewis. Chase and
Anthem Now the Day Is Over Shelley
Mule Quartet Nearer. My God, to Thee
PosMude The Heavens Are Telling.
from "The Creation" Haydn
STme of the churches will hold Individual
services Thursday morning. At St. Paul's
Episcopal church the services will be at
10:SO a. m.
VERDICT IX KR AMER L.IRF.L. SI IT
A. W. F.ilsnrorth la Awarded nnniaaea
to the Amonnt of t&ftO.
The district court Jury In the libel suit
of A. W. Ellsworth against Peter Kramer
and others brought In a verdict shortly
before 1 o'clock yesterday morning award
ing the plaintiff fcyio damages. Ellsworth
sued for 20,floa alleging that Kramer and
four other residents of McClelland. la.,
conspired to cause his arrest and Indict
ment last December on the charge of
setting fire to his hotel building in that
place. Ellsworth was tried but acquitted,
following which he at once brought ault.
lfo claimed llO.nno damages for his arrest
and a like sum for his indictment. The
case as to three of the defendants waa
taken from the Jury and the court did the
same as to the count charging the de
fendants responsible for the plaintiff's in
dictment. This left the case open only
as to Peter Kramer and J. H. Larrison on
th tirst count of conspiring to bring about
Ellsworth's arrest. It Is said that the case
will be appealed by Kramer and Larrison.
Tw o More Mail Carriers.
Postmaster Hazdton has been authorized
to add two mall carriers to the local service
or. January 1. A. W. Llnberg and C. W.
Ituterg. at the head of the suhMltute list,
will be appointed. This addition of two
carriers will necessitate a rearrangement
of the city routes Slid possibly may result
In additional deliveries and collections In
the business portion if the city. With
the two additional men the carrier force
will number eighteen.
Davis sells druga
Stockert sells carpets.
John P. Tlnley, lawyer, Bapp building.
Plumbing and htatlng. Elxby & Son.
Dr. Luella Dean. Brown Bldg. Tel .
Dr. Woodbury, dentists, 30 Pearl street.
Woodrlng-Schmldt, undertakers. Tel. as.
Leffert'a improved torlc lenses give satis
faction. Winter term Western Iowa college opens
Monday, November 2S.
.,Dr- J- C. Waterman, office 26-J Merrlam
block. Residence, i,a park avenue.
Fifteen 'photos Instead of a dozen at
Tucker s Broadway studio. 'Phone L'S.
Fryar Printing Co.. U Main. Tel. 205. Let
us figure on our next order of priming.
Mrs. Mary McMenomy of Kansas city Is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. McAtee.
W. E. Orr of 163 Vine street has secured
a patent on a burglar alarm h has In
vented. Mrs. 8. D. Crawford of Sterling. Ill . Is
tha gueat of Mra. Vt" II r,,H 10., i.u a k
I BixUi street. " "ulu
New shipments of parlor and dining room
picture for Thanksgiving decorations.
Alexander's. S3) B'way.
The Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen
will give their taelfth auaual tall Wednes
day evening, November 2a. at the Ariuory
hall. Firth avenue and Pearl street. Ad
The hl(th school cadets will aire a dance
Friday evening, lcpmber 1, In the Dodge
I.lchl Uuaids armory.
Get your upholstering, feathers, mat
tresse and repelrln done at Morgan A
Kline's, 19 South Main street.
The Brotherhood of Hallway Trainmen
will give their annunl dance at the Iodge
Uaiit tiuanls' armory Wednesday evening.
H. Borwl. k. 211 R. Main St.. Tel. 6M. has
lust received a large shipment beautiful
holiday picture moldings, picture frames
Aid society of 6t. Paul's
Kplscopal church Will hold an all-day ses
'"II ni ill immii- ui mis. iiruiiiiio,
107 South Seventh street.
The first of the series of dances to bo
given this winter by the Council BlulTs
Itowing association will occur Thursday
evening at thu Oiand hotel.
George S. Wright is expected home today
from Dubuque, la., where he visited rela
tives after witnessing the Iowa-Ames foot
ball game at Ames last Friday.
The meeting of the Tuesday Euchre club,
which waa omitted last week, will be held
this afternoon at the residence of Mrs.
W. 8. Stlllman. 22 South Sixth street.
John Nelson, 317 North Eleventh street,
has reported to the police that six dogs.
J one a valuable St. Bernard belonging to
Mr Xelann. were fnnnrl rlnari hr film Kntilr-
day in his yard. The dogs had evidently
Taylor Gordon, charged with embeixllng
part of the purchase price of a horse which
he sold for W. H. Dudley, has been bound
over to await the action of the grand Jury
by Justice Gardiner. Gordon gave bonds
for his appearance.
Miss Bessie Howlett of 471 Park avenue,
a teacher In the Washington Avenue school,
is at Mercy hospital, where Saturday she
was operated on for appendicitis. Her con
dition yesterday was said to be favorable
for a speedy recovery.
C. C. Porter of Ottumwa, who Is a can
didate for secretary-treasurer of the lowa
State Traveling Men s atisoctallon, held
a conference with several of his support
era Saturday night aX the Grand hotel.
the election will be held January M
Mrs. Jane I.yon, wife of Judge Lyon and
mother of F. W. Lyon of this city, died
Saturday night at her home In St. Joseph,
Mo., and Mrs. F. W. Lyon left last evening
lor St. Joseph to attend the funeral.
Alderman Oscar Tounkernian lias gone
to Hill City, 8. D., to view the mining
properties of the Canton Mining and Mill
ing company, of which lie la vice president.
lie was accompanied by Peter Nelson of
Omaha, who Is secretary of tho comnany.
A runaway horse belonging to Frank
Whltsltt, a liveryman at Fourth street,
was struck by a motor 8a tin da v iiiuht at
Ninth avenue anil Main street und Instantly
killed. The horse hud broken loose from
a delivery wagon and ran directly in front
of the motor.
Vandals have broken off some of the or
namental work of. the Iron fountain in
iluylistt park. Four floral relief pieces
near the base of the statuary have been
DroKcn on and as the figures are molded
from cast Iron, a heavy bar or club must
have been used to pry them loose.
A thief snatched a pocketbook from the
hand of .Miss Anna Unman, a nurse at
Mercy hospital whirl' she was passing
through Huyliss park Saturday night on
her way to St. Francis academy. The
thief opened the pocketbook, took from It
u $.' bill, the only money It contained and
then handed back the purse und ran north
across the glass.
H. H. Stannard, the young man whose
face has the appearance of having been
burned by carbolic acid und who has been
held by the police for a few days pending
Investigation wuh released yesterday. .The
condition of his facv? It developed, was
caused by the application of uti nnti
frecklu lotion. Stannard said he waa going
to Wayne, Neb., where he had a Job
awaiting him. The police are of the opinion
that the young man is somewhat mentallv
Mrs. J. W. Mlnnk'k. aged 65 years, died
last evening at her home, 530 South Sixth
street from typhoid fever. Besides her
husband she leaves one daughter, Mrs. T.
H. Dcnnlngan, and four sons, K. 1C I. W.,
Krnest and Alfred Mlnnk'k. who with the
exception of Alfred, who Is In Idaho, are
all residents of this city. Mrs. Mlnnick
came here with her husband twelve years
ago from Falls City, Nob. She was a
member of the Christian church. Arrange
ments for the funeral have not been com
pleted. The remains of Charles O. Weston,' who
died nt Wallace, Ida., are expected to ar
rive here today and will be Interred in
Fatrvlew cemetery. Charles O. Weston is
tho son of J. J. Weston, formerly of this
city, now a resident of Woodbine, la. The
arrangements provide that the body will be
shipped through to Woodbine. where
funeral services will be held, after which
It will be brought here for burial. Young
Weston had been working in the mines
at Wallace, but no information has been
received by his family yet as to the cause
of his death.
not Fight for Postom.ce.
IOWA FALLS, la., Nov. 26 (Special.)
A big race for the position of postmaster
at this place was launched this week. G.
L. Whinnery's term will expire next year
and there are In the field for the position
against Mr. Whlnnery, who Is a candi
date to succeed himself. H. E. Martin
and 8. H. Welden. both strong repub
licans. Congressman Blrdsall has an
nounced that he will not take up the mat
ter till the first of next year, when the
method of making tho selection will be an
nounced. Alleged Mnrderera Plead Insanity.
DAVENPORT, la., Nov. 26. ( Special. )
Pleas of Insanity will bo offered by Wil
liam Nagel, Jr., and Josephine Collette,
who are charged with the murder of Cat
Brady on Island B, a short distance above
Muscatine. It Is conceded by many that
the two are degenerates and U is claimed
a physician has examined them and will
testify that they are mentally irrespon
sible. Damage Knits at Fort Dodge.
FORT DODGE, la.. Nov. 26. (Special )
Prominent merchants of this city are de
fendants In a suit for damages by the In
terstate Auction and Commission company.
When the auction store was opened the
proprietors were arrested, but refused to
pay their fines and were released. They
were arrested several times and finally se
cured an Injunction and started a damage
The Strangest rfllsg
that could happen would be a case of con
stipation that Dr. King's New Life Pills
wouldn't cure. Guaranteed. 2ic. For sale
by Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
Railway Wreck la Maine.
SOFTH WATER BORO, Me., Nov. 5S.
Three Boston A Maine railroad employes
were killed and two others Injured in a
crash between two freight trains here
School Life of Carl Schurz
rfT The part of Carl Schurz
LL Reminiscences In Ds.
cemoep McClure'g la devoted
to his school days. He tells
of the influences and impres
sions wnlch went into the
making of the man as we
know him In this country.
Aside from the fact that this
matter is introductory to the
more stirring history to
come later on, it is intrinsic
all y interesting and written
with the charm of a story.
Ten cents $1.00 a year on
I. 8 McCLFREI COM PA NT.
14 EssiJ M Street.
VETERANS' LAW UNDER FIRE
Another 8nit Will Prosablj Be Brought to
T8t Soldiers' Prferenc Aot.
SUPREME COURT DIVIDED ON SUBJECT
I.avyers Aaree that ntssentlna
Opinion Written h .lariae
Bishop Is an t nuauallr
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES. Is., Nov. 26. -(Special.)- (in0l4te for teachers, those back of the
Now that lawyers have had time to digest measure have drawn the bill without any
the two opinions handed down In the appropriation to put the law Into effect,
soldiers' preference law last week, they nnt have provided that H) cents of the U
are claiming that the question Is really a fPP which the teachers pay when they take
difficult one and It Is not at all unlikely n examination for a certificate shall be
that there will again be a test before the paid to the state superintendent's office,
supreme court on some new case. Only There are about jn.000 examinations a year
limited space was given by any of the and the Income would thus be 15.onO. The
newspapers last Wednesday when the de- bill before the last legislature appropriated
clslon was handed down. There were nine- jis.OPfl to pay to carry out the provisions of
teen typewritten psges of the dissenting the bill. The dollar fee paid by teachers
opinion alone and nearly as many of the taking the county examination Is used
opinion written by Judge Bishop Is one toward the expenses of the county Instl
of the strongest ever written by a member tute. The state gives j0 to each county ln-'
of the Iowa supreme court. Chief Justice stltute and they last from one to three
Sherwln, In writing the opinion of tho weeks. It pays 12'yO to every county fair
court says: "The right to hold an office which lasts one week and ITS to each farm
can be no more a natural or personal right ers' Institute which lasts one to three days,
nor more sacred, than the right of suffrage. To make up for the loss to the county In
and It Is a general holding of the courts stllute for taking half the fee It Is pro
that the right of suffrage Is not a natural posed to Increase the appropriation to
and personal right, but a political rlht." county Institutes to $150. As there are
And says further: "It is a rl?ht which in ninety-nine counties, this would amount to
conferred, withheld or limited at the the tlo.mo taken In the fees. It Is believed
pleasure of the people acting in their sov- that with that arrangement the law for
erelgn cepacity." Jude Sherwin's claims state certificates for teachers will, how
are all based fundamentally on those Hate- ever, be more likely to pass,
ments. Judge Bishop claims in (he first ' Barring; t'onsninptl ves.
place that It Is not a question of the right nr. J. F. Kennedy, secretary of the State
to hold office, but whether or not Hi') legls- Board of Health, today stated that the rule
lature has a right to limit or i.t. nd the f the board barring those afflicted with
right. He holds that there I f ik, tioMion tuberculosis from the public schools would
but the people acting In their sovereign not be drafted and put Into effect till after
capacity have a right to say who shall nnother meeting of the board. The board
hold public office, but declares that tin? appointed a committee to draw up the rule,
people In this case have not acted in their but it must be submitted to the board be
soverelgn capacity as the lenl.-l.uni" en- , fule flnully put into effect,
acted the law. lie claims the i-sislalin-e i 9la tnlverslty Favorable,
had no more constitutional right lo enact Ti,ere Is a rumor that the State univer
the law giving the old soldiers preference slty wl bp filvorll,,,e to the ldea of a iarRe
in public offices than it would have to unBa:irlcd board of control for state ln
change the right of suffrage, and asks: g,tutioi)s. though the State Agricultural
"Supposing the word male was eliminated ,.0n,.ge !!! be opposed to It. It Is claimed
from the constitution, could anyone be ,hut tie rtaHon Df this will be that the
found to declare for the validity of an act arge board will naturally be composed of
of the legislature providing that only males doctors and lawvers and men of education,
should exercise the rlahl of suffrage?" ' who win aevo,e tnpir greatest attention to
Chief Justice Sherwln in his opinion states ,ie stte university and neglect the state
that citizens have the right to limit their j college. As tho legislaure Is largely made
employes to a certuin class of people if p f farmers, considerable of the opposi
they wish and argues that the stale has the j l!on to ,i,c bm will arise, it is expected,
same right. Justice Bishop again argues from tnut condition.
that it is not a question or the right lo
hold office, but of the authority of the
legislature to enact the law. and says that
the legislature has no more authority lo
give preference in public office to old sol
diers than It has to compel citizens
to give preference to old soldiers. Judge
Bishop at some length tells of the debt
of the country to the old soldiers of the
civil war, but holds uguin that If prefer
ence Is to be shown It should be extended
to all who have fought In all the wars of
the nation. .
Developing; Foreign Market.
One of tho principal addresses to be deliv
ered at the annual meeting or the State
Fanners' Institute will be by Hon. W. A.
Harris of Chicago,. on "How, Can .Our For
eign Markets on Beef- and Pork Be In
creased?" It Is expected that the address
will be one of the best at the Institute In
the Interest to be aroused, since the for
eign market question Is now one of the
most vital to, the farmer. The full program
for the institute, which will be held at the
statehouse, December 14 and 15, has been
given out by the secretary of agriculture.
Aside from the usual formalities and com
mittee reports the program will consist of
papers and addresses as follows: "Prepara
tion of Seed P.ed for Planting Corn." .lames
Atkinson of Des Molne. editor of Home
stead; "The Time to Select Seed Corn and
Care of Same," lbn. John Cownle of Des
Moines; "Good Roads Without Money,'
Hon. D. Ward Klna. Maitland. M : "Sow
age Disposal for Iowa Farm Homes." Prof.
A. Narston, State college; "The Five-Day
Market." Frank O. Mills. Chicago; "Mod
ern Sheep Raising," Joseph B. Wing. Breed
ers' Gazette; "F-astern lowa Institute tr
ganUntlon." Fred McCu1lo h, Itartwlck;
"How a Good Institute ran Benefit a Com
munity." George C. White, Nevada; "Bene
fits Derived from the Show Ring." Prof. C.
F. Curtlss, State college: "How Can Our
Foreign Markets on Beef and Pork Be In
creased?" Hon. W. A. Harris of Chicago.
A rate of one and a third fare on the cer
tificate plan has been secured from the
For Teachers' Mate Certificates.
To overcome the objections of members
of the legislature to the single state cer
Candidates for Commissioner.
According to reports In political centers
there are now seven candidates for railroad
commissioner. As a result of the change to
the biennial system of elections there will
ho two commissioners elected next year to
succeed Attorney Kd C. Dawson and
Colonel David J. Palmer, a farmer. The
candidates now said to be In the field are:
Senator Molsberry of Columbus Junction
and former Rerreaentatlve Letx of the
same place. Attorney Lovejos- of Jefferson
Dr. Portertleld and Dr. Hunter, both of At
lantic; Senator Hopkins, a banker of Guth
rle Center, and Mr. Sltz. a miller of Peter
Vnlforms for Officers.
Adjutant General W. H. Thrift has re
ceived a copy of the bill which will be In
troduced In congress this winter Increasing
thef appropriation for the guard to $2,000,
000. Instead of Jl.000.000. This would make
the Iowa appropriation $50,000 Instead of
S2.i.0i.i0. General Thrift is anxious that the
bill should pass, and if it docs will advo
cate buying officers' uniforms from the state
funds, as tho uniforms for privates are now
purchased. It Is claimed that a caritaln's
uniform costs $75 to $100 and that fof this
Daily Service Begins November 26
Fourth Season More Popultvr Each Year
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Barber, bath, daily papers, stock market reports, magazines,
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field glass and camp stools on observation platform; these are
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Reserve berths well in advance to insure choice of apace.
Beautifully Illustrated booklets of train, of trip and of California for tho
F. P. RUTHERFORD, D.
reason many able young men are practic
ally prohibited from accepting the higher
offices. It may be decided to ask the legis
lature to appropriate an amount anyway.
Mate Library Report.
State Librarian Johnson Brlgham yes
terday filed his biennial report with Gov
ernor A. B. Cummins. The report shows
that there are 67,176 volumes In the mis
cellaneous library, .3.t In the law library
and 14.1S2 In tho historical department.
making a total of 107,4- In the entire li
brary. The report states that the method
of binding pamphlets has been adopted
and that several thousands have been
bound and properly indexed. An exchange
system of duplicates and the like has
been carried on with other libraries mid
thus many valuable books secured.
ARMORED MOTOR CARS WORK
Satisfactory Results nt Vienna Fol
low Trial oC Netv Method of
VIENNA. Nov. 26. (Special Cable
gram to The Bee.) Two armored motor
cars which have been manufactured at the
Wlener-Neustadt works for the rapid
transport oS heavy artillery In time of war
are said to have given excellent results dur
ing their trials.
The cars, which are provided each with a
tO-horse power motor, curry a Meld ffun,
with a full supply of shells, and have seat
ing capacity for a conductor and a gunner,
both of whom are accommodated with an
WARMG IS ET Til HOIXKX
Prospector Threatened with Death If
lie Returns to Reservation.
THERMOPOLI8, Wyo., Nov. 2ti.-(Spe-clal.)
Unknown persons In Thermopolis
probably the same men who blew up Asmus
Boysen's diamond drill outfit on the Wind
river Indian reservation sent him a note
at his home In Iowa winning htm to not
return to tho reservation, cither liefore or
after the opening next June, under pain
of death. A huge skull and crossbones
were drawn at the head of the letter.
A majority of the leading business men
and ranch men believe that Boysen should
be permitted to prospect In the reserve,
according to the concession granted him
by congress, and If he returns here he
will be protected. In the meantime an
effort Is being made by the postal au
thorities to locate the author of the note
Rleh f.old Strike In Wyoming.
GRAND ENCAMPMENT, Wyo., Nov. 26.
(Special.) News has been received here
of a rich gold strike In High park, on tho
north fork of the Encampment river, wlier
Tho Wonderful Growth
Is due to Its
Used In Millions
ore running S1.S00 In gold to the ton wasj
found at a depth of ten feet. Many claim
have been staked and there Is considerable,
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fair In Eastern Mebraska . Today
novr and Colder In West
WASHINGTON, Nov. 2S.-Fnrecnst of tha
weather for Monday and Tuesday:
For Nebraska Fair In east, snow and
colder In west portion Monday; Tuesday,
snow and colder.
For Iown Fair Monday, colder In nnrtti
west portion: Tuesday, fair and colder.
For Kansas Fair Monday; Tuesday, fhfr
In east, rain or snow and colder In west
For Missouri Fair Monday and Tuesday!
colder Monday. ., .
For Colorado Fair in east, snow or rain
In west portion Monday: Tuesday, snow
and much colder In eastern portion, fair
For Wyoming Snow and much colder
Monday and Tuesday. '
For South Dakota and Montana Snow
Monday with a cold wave Tuesday: fnlf
Special Forecast Storm warnings are rTT
played on the Pnclllc coast and cold wnvo
warnings In Montana, the, Dakota and
OFFICE OF' THE WEATHETt BI'nEAl'.
OMAHA, Nov. 2K. Official record of tem
perature nnd precipitation, compared with
the corresponding day of the last th'eo
years: l'mT.. VXM. lfto. 190;.
Maximum temperature... 4'J 1 27 SI
Minimum temperature.... M 2H IB 21
Mean temperature SS 24 V
Precipitation '. ... .00 .Oft T T
Temperature and precipitation departures)
from tho normal at Omaha since March 1,
and comparison with tho lust two years:
Normal teniperaturo 11
Excess for the day fl
Total excess since March 1, 1905 IlStf
Normal precipitation .tl Inch
Deficiency for the day .03 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 3T..SB Inches
Deilclency since March 1. 1!W. 2. 1 Inches
Deflclcncv for cor. period 1904.... 4. (A Inchest
Excess for cor. period 1!0S S.98 Inches)
Reports from Stallone at T P. M.
Station and State
Bismarck, cloudy ....
Denver, pt. cloudy....
1 p. m. Tern.
Kansas City, clear 4S
North Ilatte, clear ........ 34
Omaha, clear 37
Rapid City, cloudy 2K
St. Louis, clear 64
St. Paul, cloudy 32
Salt Luke (.'Ity, clpudy 40
Valentino, clear 30
T Indicates trace of preclnltatlon,
1 A. WELSH, Local Forecaster.
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