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THE OMAHA DAILY BKE: THURSDAY; JANUARY 11, liHX.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Omaba 8tockmaa Going in force t ths
. nTr Stock Shsw.
HORSETHiEf IS NA18E9 BY THE POLICE
Mr. Flenstle Tnkee a Dos mt Aeld
Hrsnlt ( a Faaallr Quml,
. hnt Prompt Aaalataaee
area Har Lira.
n insurance on her life and she leaves the I tha ora;anisa.Uons reprenrnied. about 0
neinir frepnt Tne cernnoniew ware con
J! M. UuIIiT, secretary or the South Omaha
Live Stock cictianso, stairs that a large
dM'fcaUon In (ettlnc readr to attend the
Denver fat stock ahow, wlvh la to be held
Iti that tlry January ? to February 1. From
prHnt . Indications South Dmaha will be
well-, represented." All the railroads have
advertised i - half-- nttea. Mr. Ouild haa
rreured fcendqiiarters for the delegation at
he Albany hotel. Beside the atock show
there are to be. three or four Important
conventions of live atock men In tha city
aitbe. name. time. There will be the annual
invention ft the American Stock tJrowera'
association, the National Live Stork, asso
ciation, the National Wool Growers' asso
ciation and the Colorado Cattle and Horse
Orowera'- association. These conventions
will ho on January ) and 21 and Febru
;iry; 1. W. D. Guilford, assistant general
manager of the Denver fat atock show,
was In the yards a few days afo In the
Interests pf the coming- event and he de
clared the show was going to bo the biggest
thing of the kind that ever happened In the
weit. Its success la already assured from
the large number of entries made. Mr.
(lull ford says It Will be a revelation to
. tiiose who still think Denver Is too far
west to raise fat atock. Henry Oebhard.
president of ' tho .Colorado Tacking com
pany of Denver, Is also In the city. He
reports-that the weather In Colorado lias
I men very favorable to all kinds of stock,
and that It till has wintered In the finest
condition i so' far. ', This will make the ex-J
hlblts at the. show so much the better.
Mr. Guild expects to make a thorough can
vass oP-the exchange this week and list
. all who wish to become part of the South
t Omaha delegation. ' Quite a number have
already expressed their dcetrminatlon to go.
The" 'South Omaha police made an Im
portant arrest yesterday when they took
up William Danlelson for horse stealing.
On, Tuesday nght Danlelson and his part
ner, a' man by .the name of Basile LaQue,
stole a, fine team of horses from a farmer
by the name Of Thomaa Merryweather,
who lives on the edge of the county. Just
this aide of Valley. As soon as they got
' possession they headed tor South Oamha,
Intending to dispose of the horses as soon
at thff could. They reached here and be
fore noon had put tha horses up for sale.
They were willing to take almost any offer.
The hay horse of the team they sold for
I I and the black for MS. It happened
that a farmer who came Into town from
the west side of the county knew the
horses to belong to hie neighbor, Mr. Mer
ryweather, and he gave the warning to tha
police. - Soon after this the intelligence
came from Valley to be on the lookout for
the. tm'and to take up the offenders.
Chief Briggs and Captain Turnquist took
hoarding house as well for the Support of ,
her Uule children. The funeral will be
from the residence at Twenty-sixth and Q
streets Friday morning at From there
the procession will go to St. Agnes' church
at 9 a. m. She will be burled In St. Mary s
cemetery. It Is likely that the Order of
Maccabees will be nut to assist In the
Three Fa a era Is.
There were three funerals In the cky yes
terday. The first ai that of John Leonard.
A number of his old-time friends assisted In
giving the strange old man a Christian
burial. He was burled from St. Mary'
church at I a. m. and his body was laid to
rest In St. Mary's cemetery. The second
was the funeral of Mrs. Laura Wurmbach,
2l R street. A largs number of friends
gathered at the English Lutheran church
at 1 p. m. to pay their last respects to her.
The Interment was in Laurel Hill. The
third was the funeral procession and ser
vice over the body of Dan Crowley, which
Was conducted from Barret's undertaking
parlors at. 4 p. m. The Order of Ragles
waa out to honor his memory. Many of the
members accompanied the body to Omaha
where It was sent by train to F.lmlra,
N. Y., for burial. (
Barbers Have Tradables.
A. D. Norman waa arrested yesterday
morning for an alleged assault on Joseph
Colesburg. Both of the' men are barbers.
There has been some trouble between thu
men before and one or the other has been
under arrest on other occasions. This morn
ing Coleburg swore to a complaint of as
sault and batter)', declaring that Norman
waft responsible for a couple of conspicuous
black eyes which Coleburg exhibited to the
court, and Norman was arrested. He
smears that In this case he is not responsi
ble at all, not having met Coleburg lately
nor had an opportunity of handing him
such a compliment. The barbers where
Norman works all say that ' he had not
been out of the house all day until ar
rested. Coleburg, however. Is Just as posi
tive. It is thought that Coleburg got
beaten during the night by someone else
and la trying to put the blame on Nor
man. ,ouaaa Seeking- Road.
The friends of Frank Noonan have been
making every effort to .get a sufficient bond
for his release. Four men have been found
willing to sign, but their combined, unln- j
cumbered properties do not make enough to ,
cover the bond. If the bond Is not secured
by noon today the Judge will order the
transfer of Noonan to the county Jull.
Ma ale City C:ossls.
John F. Shuli started yesterday for Cali
fornia. Hugh Klrwln of Fort Crook reports the
arrival of a baby girl.
Paul Byerly. who has been sick with
la grippe, la now Improving quite rapidly.
The women of the Presbyterian church
were entertained yesterday afternoon by
Mrs. A. J. Caughey.
F. A, Agnew left yesterday morning for
Stusrt. Ia.,- on receipt of news that his
mother ia lying at the point of death.
Superior lodno. Degree of Honor, will
meet this evening to install the newly
elected officers. A full attendance is de
J. AUred Francoeur, 1019 North Twenty
third, a timekeeper for Armour Co., Is
confined to his bed with a slight attack of
One of the few Brest grandmothers of
South Omaha. Mrs. Anna M. Towl, 2222 I
street, was able yesterday to pay a long
promised visit to her little great grandson.
Harry McCandless. Fourteenth and
ducted by Miss Kile Mark, who is state
commander of the order for Nebraska and
Iowa. When the work of Installing the
l.ew ofllcers, who numbered about seventy,
was completed, refreshments were served.
Miss Mark waa presented with a beautiful
large cluster of roses by the members of
the order In Omaha.
COMMERCIAL CLUB ELECTION
new Hoard of Directors Chosen by
, Ballot by the Members
RAILROAD LOBBY IS BUST
Pretense of J. W. Bljtka Etar.stss Wbssli
to koTing it LItiIj Ea'.e.
HAND IN BINDER AND PRINTER FIGHT
Ttva Bills ea Ha Ursa d Passes, Oae
Froblbltlaa; Theaa and Aaather
Making" Their fssnnnee
Archer, who haa been sick for five menths.
lite case' In hand and soon, succeeded In I Is recovered enough to walk about the
. ..nt.irtn. Danlelson. In the chlef'a office ! house, it is nopea mm ne win soon oe
he made 'a full confession of the theft.
The commercial club held Its annual
meeting yesterday and elected its board ot
sixty directors from a list of 120 previously
selected by a nominating committee. An
absence of slates marked the election. The
most popular man was Charles H. Pickens,
who polled 140 votes out ot 161 cast. It. K.
Burket was second with 1.15 votes.
A meeting will be held Friday evening
at S o'clock by the new board to elect the
president of the club and the members of
the executive committee. In accordance
with the usual custom of electing to the
presidency the chairman of the executive
committee of the previous year, it Is prob
able that F. W. Judson will become presi
dent of the club. Following are the di
H. It. Baldrldge, lawyer.
J. K. Baum. retail merchant.
Charles D. Beaton, retail merchant.
B. A. Benson, real estate.
C. E. Black, retail merchant.
John S. Brady, wholesale grocer.
Emll Brandels, retail merchant.
E. E. Bruce, wholesale druggist.
H. K. Burket, undertaker.
J. F. Carpenter, wholesale paper.
J. C. Coll, wholesale hardware.
C. R. Courtney, retail grocer.
J. D. Foster, fire Insurance,
Thomas A. Fry. wholesale oysters, fish,
J. R. George, real estate.
F. L. Haller. wholesale Implements.
Oeorjre L. Hammer, wholesale dry goods.
H. Hardy, wholesale and retail toys.
Byron R. Hastings, real estate.
T. C. Havens, coal dealer.
C. 8. Haywaid. wholesale boots and shoes.
Q. W. Hoobler, pharmaceutical chemist, i
A. Hospe. wholesale pianos, etc. 1
W. 8. Jurdine, Omaha Merchants' Express
F. W. Judson. wholesale glass and paint.
A. P. Karbach, manufacturer.
Oeorge H. Kelly, sash, doors and blinds.
O. D. Klpllnger. wholesale and retail
F. P. Klrkcndall, wholesale boots and
L. L. Kotintxe, banker.
Harry I.awrte, architect.
Oeorge H. Lee. poultry stock supplies.
Z. T. IJndsey, wholesale rubber goods.
E. V. lyewis. wholesale pipes and tit tings.
C. F. MeQrew, banker.
Euclid Martin, wholesale Implements.
A. It. Merchant, secretary Omaha Grain
Nathan Merrtam. grain.
Rome Miller, Her Grand hotel.
Fred Paffenrath, manager Nicoll, the
H. J. Penfold. wholesale surgical supplies.
C. H. Pickens, wholesale grocer.
J. B. Rahni, I'nlted States 8upply com
pany. George M. Ribbel, wholesale paper and
W. Runyan. wholesale furniture.
F. B. Sanborn, stock food manufacturer.
A. C. Smith, wholesale dry goods.
John Steal, life Insurance.
J. A. Sunderland, coal and building sup
H. A. Thompson, retail merchant.
N. B. I'pdlke, grain.
A. J. Vierllng. iron works.
O. W. Wattles, banker.
F. D. Wead, real estate.
It. 8. Weller. wholesale druggist.
J. 8. White, lumber dealer.
Victor White, coal dealer.
R. 8. Wilcox, reta.ll merchant.
(From a Staff Corresandent.)
DES MOINES. Ia.. Jan. lo.-(8peclal Tele'-
gram.) The hand of the railroad lobby waa
made clear today in the proceedings of the
legislature. J. W. HI the. general counsel
of the Burlington, arrived Inst night and
marshalled his forces. Well known rail
road lobbyists of various lines were In
consultation with him and today it became
plain that In the plan to organise the thirty-
first general assembly the first efforts were
to be made on the state printer and binder
fight. Before the session was three days
old the harmony talk was killed oft and
Nebt January . He was a graduate at
the rnlversity of Michigan and followed
the practice of medicine twenty-five years.
Dr. Root served his country In a Michigan
regiment during the civil war and waa
honorably discharged. He came to this
county in 1S7B. where he haa since resided,
until a few months ago, when he went to
Phillips to reide with his daughter. Dr.
Root was a member of the state legislature
In lWt-I. Soon afteY he was appointed
government land receiver for the Llneoln
district and served for four years.
the fight waa on. The plans of the railroad In bonquets on tables and cabinets.
One of the prettiest and most elaborate
weddings which Omaha hss known for a
long time took place at 7:30 last evening
at the home of ir. and Mrs. Charles H.
King. 352 Woolwortb avenue, when their
daughter. Miss 8a villa Jane King, was
married to Mr. William Canfleld Rich of
New,Tork. The big house was beautifully
decorated from . top to bottom with cut
flowers, palms and ferns, anl soft lights
and plnylng waters added to the charm of
the fairy place. Chandeliers and doors
were festooned with asparagus fern and
sevla. and bleeding hearts were arranged
men are primarily to kill off the primary
election law. The first thing to be done,
it Is alleged, Is to combine on the state
printer and binder.
A special committee In both the senate
and the house waa appointed to which
should be referred all matters pertaining
to changes In the code necessitated by the
biennial elections amendment. In the sen
ate every member appointed on the commit
tee Is a standpatter and alleged to be a
railroad member except Courtrtght and he
Is tied up with that side from the fact
the dining room an electrical fountain
played In the midst of a wealth of violets
and lilies of the vnlley.
The wedding was In the big hall. Behind
the nsparagus fern and sevla were massed
against the wall to the height of six feet
and studded with electric lights represent
ing tjnFrance roses. When the guests had
assembled In the library and drawing
room the bridal party came down the stairs
to the strains of the wedding march from
"Lohengrin." Utile Marietta King, sister
of the brldo, came first, bearing the ring
shares of T per cent cumulative preferred
stock and TSn.M shsres of common stock.
SOVTH DIKOTt aipHKMF. COl KT
Rehearing Denied la Walwarlh
Coanty Seat tnntest.
PIERRK, 8. V.. Jan. 10.-Speclal Tele
gram.) In the supreme court today opln
loua were handed down In the following
By Chief Justice Fuller Nelsbn O. Hel
lund against Col Ion Piste bank, appellant,
Minnehaha county afllrmcd; Commercial
Plate bank of Salem, appellant, against
Ponsonby Kendall et al. McCook county,
By Justice Corson Woux Falls Brewing
company, appellant, asainst J. D. Ward,
Day county, aWrmed: Charles C. Issenhuth,
appellant, against Andrea- Klegel. Besdle
county, affirmed: Independent school dis
trict No. J of Turner county, appellant,
sgslnst district No. J7 of Clay county.
Turner countv, affirmed: Deere A Welier
Co. sgslnst W. 1 Hlnkley, appellant. Mar
shall county, affirmed; S. M. MComb and
John Scliack arsinst M. R. Baskervllle.
appellant, Codlnglon county, reversed;
Archie Flanders agslnst Mlnard P. French
et al, appellant. Day county, reversed;
Frederick Milling company, appellant,
against Frederick Farmers' Alliance com
pany. Brown county, amrnied: lawrence
Kerly, appellant, against Philip Oerm
scheld. Davison county, affirmed; Asa D.
Hprague against Richard Lovet. .adminis
trator, et al, mppellsnts, Brookings county,
v The supreme court today denied a motion
for a rehearing In the Walworth county
seat contest. At the hearing the oourt
held that the county records must be re
turned from Selby to Bangor, from where
they were taken, and the decision today
closes any further action along the line
of the general contest.
Blow Oat the' Uas.
ABERDEEN,- 8. D., Jan. 10. -Christ Ian
Ols user, aged 55, and Adam Hauck, aged
i, of Wwreka. S. D.. were found dead tM
morning at the European hotel aer. The
men registered last night and left a rail
for the south train thia morning. They
Mew out the gas.
thlldrea Kill Gray Moll.
NF.WOA8TLE. Wvn.. Jan. l.-(SpeClal
-Emmet Coylem. aged h) years, and. hla
sister, aged ( years, a few days agd ran
down and killed a large gray wolf without
aalKtnuce. The youngsters had set traps
for the pests. One animal was caught, but
snapped the chain and started off with
the trap on his foot. The children followed
snd distwti-hed the wolf with a 2J-callber
Splendid! It rear.
Dr King s New Lift Pllla hava road
a splendid record by curing headache. Bil
iousness, constipation, etc J6o. Try. Fot
sale by Sherman ft McConnell Drug C
ELECTION FRAUDJN NEW YORK '
aerial Orand J a ry Will IaTlae
One Thonsaad Caere at' Alleged
NEW YORK. Jan. 10.-Arralgnmeqta.be-gan
today on Indictments by special frand
Jury to Investigate election frauds which
was recently Impanelled at tne request or
State's Attorney General Mayer. . Mr.
Mayer said that he had nearly LOW) case
of alleged fraud to lay before this Jury.
Theodore Morgan, chairman of an election
board In the nineteenth assembly district,
was committed to Jail charged with failing
to challenge voters at the request ot Hearst
that one of the candidates Is from his home 1 tln staff on the top of which was a
town. DoweU of Polk, a Cummins man. Dl"oh ' rorget-me-nots. I ne )iuie.
was appointed on the committee, but after j "! wore a dainty frock of blue. Mrs.
slilng up its complexion asked to be re- j Charles Bascom King came next as matron
lleved and Dunham was named. It was 1 ot Honor, gowned In yellow and carrying
nroonserf to hava this committee renort al yellow blossoms. The bride came lust with
km ..t.nin. H,. tr. ,r the r,rn.ent her father. She wore a short tulle veil.
members. This report will be made next ' and ' prlncew gown of white silk chiffon
Wednesday Just before the Joint caucus,
thus killing off English's and Chassell'i
which was taken in short hand by a stenog
rapher. ' At first he denied that he had a
Partner, saying that ha had done the whole
thing, hlmaeir. However, he kept slipping
In his talk until the officers compelled him
to name the man who had helped him.
After a time he did this and gave a good
deaosialan -W-hlnw After his confession.
,'fhlej took him before a notary and
lie took oath and swore to tha statement.
The police., are in hones that they will
take tho partner In the crime before tha
rftaii has time to get out of the city.
. Woman Takes Acid.
A hurry call was sent In to the police
last night and to Dr. Schindell to attend a
aaaa' of attempted suicide In the family
Of Ifenrv Fleagle, .a plasterer, US M
street. Mrs. Fleagle had taken a dose of
carbolic' acid" Jn the presence of her hus
band, (declaring that she would end her
life. The Cause of the" act was said to be
" a quarrel which has been brewing for sev
eral days past. When Mr. Fleugle came
' home from his work rather later than
usual last night Mrs. Fleagle had already
procured the acid. After some words she
' declared she would have revenge on him
by' taking her own life, and with that ran
into the itreet and took some of tha acid
In. her .mouth.. Fleagle pursued her and
took the bottle away. She evidently did
not swallow any of the deadly drag and
only a few slight burns acre found on her
lips and tongue. Not knowing what fatal
rasults might follow Mr. Fleagle called the
police, and the doctor. Mrs. Fleagle now
says hat she wag only trying to frighten
t Collectlac rlaJ Taxes.
" The city clerk haa ordered the collection
of all delinquent special taxes for sidewalks
und street Improvements and he haa In
structed the city tix collector and treasurer
to Issue distress warrants if necessary to
force collection.' All such taxes become!
due. Immediately after the passage of the
ordinance and are delinquent within fifty
flays As soon as they are delinquent they
inJi uu4?r the effect of the distress warrant.
' k snarl Baak Changes.
. ft hi reported that more resignations have
been received at the I'nlon Slock Yard
National -bank.. The last was the resigna
tion of Clifford N. Forbes, who has been
with the bank about ten years as draft
i h-tk. His ' resignation will take effect
January IS. After leaving the bank he
.will be employed by the South Omaha Na
tional. It is further learned tat N. F.
Richards has not yet been given the posi
tion of assistant cashier, as was reported.
The offlce Is left vacant, out of courtesy to
Mr. Folda. for the present.
'Mrs. Frank Tobla Dead.
",'A vreat many people of South Omaha
HI 4el a tosa that Is almost personal In
the death of Mrs. Frank Tobln. who died
yesterday morning. She was Zi years old
and a widow or one year. Her husband
erfts bjie'of Armour's foremen. He died less
lljnn'. a year ago. Since the death of her
husband Mrs. .Tobln has been running a
to-staurant at Twenty-sixth and Q streets.
She leaves three orphaned cbldren, and her
father and mother, Mr. and Mra. John
Hh-key. are both living. She and her hus
lnd were one of the pioneer families of
he city. She was a member of the Ladies
4-1 thn Maccabees, hlvo No. 15. There waa
Bids are advertised, for the electrto wiring
In the new fire hall. The former bids were
considered too nign oy tne council, i ne
bids will bo received until Monday night
at t o'clock. ...........
Tho Highland Park Improvement club
will meet in regular monthly session Thurs
day evening ut !. o'clock. The meeting
will be held In, the new club room in the
- B. K. Warrick of tne First National bank
of Alliance was in town yesterday on a
flying business trip. He. found . time to
greet many of his friends at the exchange
and the stock yards offices.
The young women of 81. Agnes church
C. M.- Wllhelm. wholesale and retull fur
niture, carpets., etc.
W. U. Yetter, wholesale wall paper.
amve a Dleaaant card nartv at Masonic n-ii
last night. A large number of tables were I
kept iusy to men- fullest extent tor ke 1
whole evening. Keircsnments were servea.
The conversation lecture of Miss Cram
mer, a missionary from Shanghai, China,
was much appreciated by the members of
St. Martin's auxiliary, who gathered at
the home of Mrs. laur yesterday after
noon. The Judgment of Mike Fabry agulnMt
the city for Injuries sustained in a fall on
the Icy walk near Tweniy-fourth and F
streets last winter has been settled by
the lsuance of a warrant in his favor for
I. F. GAIett, local Rock Island agent, has
gone to Kansas City to attend the wedding
of his daughter, which look place last
night. Miss Jesse B. Gillett married Mr.
Mark Mitchell. Mr. Gillett's family are
living In Kansas City. .
The police are looking for a man named
Charles Zlenda. a blacksmith of Polish
descent, who is wanted fur a statumty
nrrense. The case sal first reported to the
Omaha police, but it is believed that he
hangs out here more than in the larger
The Grand Army of the Itepublie and the
Woman a Relief corps will nave ajublic
Installation or officers at their post looms
Saturday evening. Every comrade and his
family will be welcome to attend. The
place of meeting is In Woodmen hall over
the South Omaha National bank.
NO STAND ON PARCELS POST
Heal Katate Eschange Malatalns
Central Attitude, Declining- to
Petition Senator Millard.
MORE light; for e. p. smith
Hennlnaa Continues to Hhawr Hersrili
that Hefate What Democratic
The: statement "by Ed' P. Smith that mu
nicipal funds have been mismanaged has
caused City Treasurer Hennlngs to dig up
a few more facts und figures concerning his
office to dispute the charges. He goes no
further back than the year 1906.
"The showing made In some respects,"
Mr. Hennlngs declares, "it not equaled by
any city of the I'nlted States of a popula
tion of HsJ.OOO or more."
It Is shown that during 1!K3 the city
treasurer called In and redeemed city gen
eral warrants to the amount of fl.242.918.to.
scheme to be elected for a full term now.
It is further alleged that a plan to In
crease the elections committee to which was
referred the primary election law, so that
the majority of the committee would favor
the law, was about to succeed until Blythc
arrived In town and the game Is now
blocked. Two Bllla an Paaaea.
In the senate today Hughes Introduced
an anti-pass bill And In the bouse Hanna
Introduced a pass bill. The Hughes bill
prohibits corporations from giving passes
or franks of any kind to public officials
of any nature and prohibits alike asking
for-passes, fixing the -penalty at not less
than one year nor 'more than five years'
Imprisonment and a (Inn of not less than
$200 nor more than fl.uon. The Hanna fill
compells the railroads to give passes to all
state officials, members of the legislature,
congressmen and Judges. The Hanna bill
Is taken as a Joke In some quarters, but
Representative Hanna professes that It is
offered In good faith and claims it is legalis
ing what is already being done. There is
a strong belief that' an anti-pass bill of
some kind will be enacted at this session
and will not receive, any opposition from
the railroads. Some railroad members have
expressed their deterrninallnn to vote for It,
8enator Dan Turner of Adams county Is
working on a bill and will introduce it In a
few days. "
Creates Insurance Commission.
Senator Warren of Marion today Intro
duced a bill creating a commission of two
senators und three, enresentatlvns to meet
as soon after tile adjournment of the legls
lature as possible to Investigate life Insur
ance uomnunlts aorng business ' In this
cloth with bertha and yoke of duchess lace,
1 m.r whltA Ifhertv silk nnd taffeta. SllS
carried an old-fashioned round bouquet of
orchids, lilies of the valley and maiden hair
The bridal party was 'met at the foot
of the stairway by the groom and his best
man. Mr. Lester King, the brlde'i brother,
and the marriage service was read there
before an Improvised altar, Rev. T. J.
Mackay performing the ceremony. Mrs.
Johnson sang "Oh Promise Me."
Among the gifts were ll.OOO from the
bride's father and a chest of silver from
Governor Brooks of Wyoming.
After the wedding a reception was held
for about 120 guests, about twenty-five of
whom were from out of town. Mr. und
Mrs. -Rich left last night for Washington
and New York. They will be at home after
February 1 at J2"I Woolworth avenue.
The bride has never made a formal debut
In Omalia society. Mr. King was a wealthy
cattleman at Casper,- Wyo., and the family
came here In September.
FREMONT, Neb.. Jan. 10. (Special.) The
marriage of Burt May, a son of C. H.
May. and Miss Katherlne Richards,
daughter of L. D. Richards of this city,
took place here yesterday noon, Rev. It. T.
Moore of Chicago, formerly rector of St.
James' Episcopal church, performing the
ceremony. They left for a short wedding
PEABODY, Kan.. Jan 10. (Special Tele
gram.) Rev. Elmer H. Combs, pastor of
the Lutheran church at Homer, Neb., and
Miss Blanche Seybold were married tills
evening at 8. o'clock at the home of tlie
bride's father. Dr. C. J. Seybold. The cere
mony was performed by Rev- Thale P.
state and to report not later than December ! B""1 of Leavenworth. Kan., assisted
1, 10S, to the legislature their recommenda
tions us to needed legislation. The bill
provides for compensation at $10 a day
and authority to employ clerks and as
sistants and thus places In a b!JI what
Molsberry put In a resolution. .
Adjoara to Visit Institutions.
In brtth houses today resolutions were
passed fixing an adjournment from Friday
noon till Tuesday noon to allom- the ap-
i nronrliitlnntt fimmlita in ,--! . V. . , V.
The total Interest charges on general war- ,,,,. ,
rants paid amounted for the year only to
$10,962.83, or less tlian one-tenth of 1 per
cent of the amount-disbursed.
The Interest on dally balance collected
on city funds amounted to Ml.071.88 for the
year, which Is more than the Interest on
, The interest on regular tax collections
amounted to $73,016.0S for the year.
PUBLICITY. BRINGS ' RELIEF
Story of Mather ad Fonr t hlldrea
lratltate Attracts Aid
- for Them.
An effort was nde In both houses to
provide for additional employes and clerks
of committees, but both resolutions went
over till tomorrow. Retrenchment struck
both brunches and in the house a resolution
was offered to refer to- the appropriations
committee the matter of clerk hire, and
in the senate the number of copies of the
governor message to be printed was cut
down tor,00u from IS.flCO and then referred
to a committee to investigate.
by Rev. Foster of Whitewater, Kan.
UIVK9 SIOIX CITY
.Mention In The Bee of their destitution
hruuvht tiiilek relief to H nnnr mother and
her four children. Tuesday morning the Preehln
strert Orator Warns People They H ill
Meet Fate of Sodom.
8IOUX CITY, Ia., Jan. 10-(Speclal Tele
gram.) George Hunt attracted crowds on
the downtown streets this afternoon by
Experience la Boaartlmce
. Teacher. . .
So many parents of young children do not
realise the danger from croup until they
have had the experience of one severe
case In their own home. To be awakened
In the middle of the night by the peculiar
rough cough and find their little one suf
fering from a fully developed attack of
the croup and nothing in the house with
which to relieve It is a lesson never to be
forgotten. A good remedy at hand Ik of
Incalculable value In a time like this and
nothing better can be obtained than Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. It has been
thoroughly tested In hundreds of cases and
not only cures croup, but when given as
soon as the first symptoms appear It will
prevent the attack. The fact that this
remedy contains . no narcotics makes It
perfectly safe to give to the children.
. Have you friends? In the east? In the
west? In the old country? Send them
each a copy of the Jubilee Edition it The
Bof. Advertise Omaha.
paper told how the family lived In the ; n',"- by fire tonight, as the modern
Tha Keul Estate exchange at Its meeting
Wednesday declined to sign a petition ad
dressed to Senator Millard, circulated by
the Commercial club, asking the senator to
do all in bis power to prevent legislation
in favor of parcels post. The exchange did
not place Itself on record as being for or
against parcels post, but decided not to
sign the petition.
W. P. Warner, newly ' appointed I'nlted
States marshal, was the guest of the ex-
( nange. no made a snort address eulogis- j fairly
tic or Nebraska. !
The annual election of the board of di
rectors of the Commercial club Is. In prog
ress at the club rooms., t'p to t o'clock
only VJU ballots had been cast. The polls
will be open until ( o'clock and the vote
will be canvassed sit 8. Thursday the first
meeting of the new board of directors will
be held and officers chosen.
back room of an old store building at
Thirty-second and California streets, with
little to eat, no furniture and no bedclothes
except one quilt. Within a few hours kind
people who had read the story went to
Superintendent Morris of the Associated
Charities with blankets In plenty and
chairs also. rood is being given the I
family by the county. The four children,
whose father died about two weeks ago,
are to be sent to an orphanage in Lin
coln, and Mr. Morris has secured a pohi
thin in that city for their mother.
- Xew Smelting Company.'
BOSTON. Jan, 10. Announcement was
made toduv of the organisation of the
1-F,iaH Htiea Hmelttna-. Refining and Mln-
warning that Sioux City is to , mK company, under the laws of Maine,
Willi tll OUHl"llnv v. " '
The company is formed for general min
ing purposes In the west and will be con
trolled largely by the same persons who
own a controlling Interest In the United
States Mining company. Property Is al
ready owned by the organisation In I'tah
and California and it is proposed to extend
operations In other states of the went as
well as In the south. There will be 750,000
CUTPUT OF PACKING HOUSES
Uooa Mapply of Hoga at
Packing Ceatera Daring ,
tha Weak. '
Sodom. He said God had lost natlence
with the town because of ita Sunday thea
ters, gambling and other vices. He culled
on his hearers to repent before the Judg
ment of fire came upon them. He claims
to be a saint. He wears his beard and hair
long and curly, in Imitation of the picture
of Christ. He said: "It haa been reported
I am Christ. I do not either deny or affirm
that report." He is a graduate of the
Sioux City High school and attended Belolt
THOMAS GETS LEE TO ACT
, A Skin ef Baauty ia a joy Eorovor.
T. Folia Oouraud'a Oriental
Croam or Magical Boautiflor.
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See a res Filing of Charges by City
Proareaor Agalaat Twenty.
City Prohecutur 1-ea Wednesday morning
OUd with Polio Judge Crawford complaints I
against twenty-two saloon men. charged by
Elmer E. Thomas, for the Civic Feder
ation, with keeping their filaoes of buulnaas
open last Sunday. The police Judge Issued
the warrants and handed them to Court
Sergeant Dempaey for sen-Ice. The names
of the saloon men in queatlon were published
Tuesday. It is probable all the arraign
ment will be made Thursday morning. '
The complaints charge the saloon keepers
with selling malt, vinous or spirituous
liquors, us the individual case might be.
Mr. Lee said be would personally conduct
the prosecution of the cases. The saloon
men who ignored tha "lid" last Sunday do
not appear to want to commit themselves
as yet us to what 'they will do in - the
CINCINNATI, Jan. 10. (Special Tele
gram.) Price Current says: There has
been a fairly good supply of hogs In mar
ket channels the last week. The total
western packiug waa (70,000, compared with
aUG.Ota) the preceding Week and MO.Ooo last
year. Since November 1 the total Is ft,0,-
j tOJ, us against ,W,0i0 a year "ago. Promi
nent places compare as follows:
MMcskm' Joiat laatallatloa.
A Joint installation of off! rem waa held
by the seven hives of the Ladies of the
Maccabees In Omaha and South Omaha
last night at tha Labor temple. The affair
waa made an aus'uclous one and waa at
tended by large elegatiuna Uqio aava el
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KVPtHT OX THIS MIPSEm VIAU
Member of Iowa Board of Hewlth Bay a
Araenle Killed Joalah Pratt.
DES MOINES. Jan. 10. -Dr. A. M. Linn ot
the Iowa State Board ot Health, submit
ting expert testimony In the Pratt murder
case at Rockwell City today, testified that
JoBlah Pratt, for whose death Mrs. Pratt
is on trial, was due to the effects of ar
senical poisoning, , the poisoning having
been administerud prior to the man dealb.
Druggist Mlckles. from Yatter, hug al
ready testified that Mrs. Pratt purchased
arsenio prior to her husband s death, and
also that he sold Persing. the hired man
accused Jointly with her. several sheets of
fly paper. An effort will re made to prove
that arsenic in lurgtf quantities la used In
the preparation of fly pajier. 1
Qaartar fttaaa, w Uh He lee
--- ww vm,tt se sasAaua San
Haas Christina Oleea.
Hans Christian Olsen, a citisen of Omaha
for about thirty years, died Tuesday night
at his residence, 21( South Ninth street,
after a few daya' illness of pneumonia.
Mr. Olson waa born In Falster, Denmark,
June 4, 184, and came to this country about
thirty-five year ago. He was always a
prominent member of the Lutheran church
and held important offices In same. He was
married and leaves a wife and several chll.
dren. The funeral services will bm held
from Our Savior's Norwegian-Danish
church. Twenty-sixth and Hamilton
streets, Thursday at I p. m. Interment
at Forest Lawn cemetery. Mr. Olsen was
for eleven years an employe of the Omaha
branch of the National Lead company. The
fflca and warehouse of that company will
be cloaed the afternoon of the funeral.
Dr. Henry R. Boot.
WEEPING WATER. Neb.. Jaa. 10- (Bpe
Ul ) Dr. Henry R Root waa burled la
the family lot here Monday. Deceased waa
hoi a in Ohio In 1MI and died at Phillips.
The bitter trail in wonfan's life Is M
be childless. Who can (ell how hard tha
struggle mar have been ere the learnt to
resiga herself to hiir lonely lot? The b
gence of thin link U bind marital Ufa
together, the absence of this one pledge
to mutual affection la a common disap
pointment. Many oafortunata con plea
become ostrauged thereby. Even it they
do not drift apart, one mar read the whole
extent ot their disappointment In the cyea
ot auch a childless couple when they rest
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