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THK OMAHA DAILY BKE: TUESDAY, OCTOBER K, 11KKI
NEWS' OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
Office, 10 lerl
Mion mf. rim
fitockert (ells tarpt-ts.
Flu engravings at Lenr:'s.
lid Rogers' Tony Faust beer.
Oet thoee now photos at 8clnniJt.
Plhmblng grid heating, Blxby & Bon.
ifr.ii Cutler, funeral director, 'phone ".
Y oodrtnc Undertaking company. Tel.
Stephen lit", for fire, trick and fire
f ifiy. sewer ptpf. fitting and gsMcn hose.
DIAMONDS .48 N INVESTMENT.
'ALK TO LKKFKRT ADO ITT IT.
TINKER AN li J'LI.'MKKim WASTKD.
A. BI'ENCKH. m W. HKtiADWAY.
Po rou want It don riirht? If von da lei
Blrwiek. -211 8. Main, do your papering.
painting ana interior decorating.
"Yninellmar, MsJoney lft laat evening for
Keokuk, having bwn aummoned as a mem
ber of the petit Jury for the" United Staled
court there. . ,
Council muff a lodge of fclks at Its meet.
Inn Friday night will elect an exalted ruler
to succeed K: M. Walters, Whose death oc
I pay lit par ton tor cast iron; mixed tlo;
stove, $; rags, lVsc per IU rubber, 7V:;
copper. Mo per lb.. J. Kateinin, 2 Mum.
botu 'phones 60. .
Wa have th finest Una of Sample munu
ments to select from In lbs west. 8heeley
ft Lane Marble ami . Qraoite vorka, :17
J-.ast Broadway,. Council Bluffs, la.
Judge Smith Mcl'hexson of the l"nltl
Htates court, baa remanded to thfl district
court the earn of J. N. Taylur agHlnet the
.North American Insurance company.
Mr. and Wk Mar Bourlclus and daugh
ter Haiel returned yesterday from Neola.
la., where they were , the guests over
Sunday of I)r. and Mrs. C. R. M. Brandt.
Council Bluffs District Court of Honor
will meet In -regular session Wednesday
evening In Dauish hall. Kef r-shmeiiM
will be served at the clone of the meet
City Treaauivr True left last evening for
TVs Moines to attend the adjourned meet
ing tf the commlsaton appointed to form
ulate uniform system (jI. accounting for
The genuine itetkwlth Round Oak Heater
makes your' room ' warm and cheerful.
Nona ganuiiie without the name on the leg.
rVee them at Swalne &. Mauer's, ZMUi
Attorney Herman Shurs . has started :i
fflwumpni" to organiser sir assoclntlon of
yitlve born citizens jnf this city and Potta
Kattamle county, the, society to be known
ft the Boos of I'ottawattamie.
f-f'.r. and Mrs!" fetym'ist Ktevenson. Mrs.
V. C. Case. Mrs. gj. R '.Witter, Mrs. I.
H. Matthews, Mrs. Frank Sackett ami
Mrs.. Barbara Tucker left yesterday for
Dubuque .(0 attend trie State Rebekah
An unnfly gasoline stove cnlled the Are
department lust .everting h the resldoncu
of ,W. E. Desuler at -.11 Washington ave
nue. The , bltie. was extinguished before
the department reached the went nnd Httlo
damaare was doiTcV'
Ted Stesansorr, whe was arrested Kutur-
(flay night on. complaint of F. C. Muter,
a Great Western brakeman, who charged
Mrv with maintaining 1 unlawful relations
w.th his wife, was released yesterday
innrnlng, aa Mater foiled to appear to proste-
W. H. Flumer of l-ewls township has
reported to the authorities the theft c-f a
bay mar and tre-tdtng from his place. He
notified Sheriff Canning he would offer a
reward , owi for .the arrest and convic
tion of the thief and the return of the ani
The n-gitlar titonthly 'session of th
Hoard ot Education 4a sctieduleU for this
evening, .The report ,of the committee on ,
uiiuiiian ina Kruuntis relative 10 replacing
th Bell 'telephones fn the hlrh school and
the offlc of the-superintendent Is expected
al thia meetljig. ... ,
Qwnt" Biwten, who .with Jack Shields
is i arrested while- in 'the act of lrtttlr
lug seals on freight cars In the Illinois
Central yarils a few nights ao. waived
preliminary examination yesterday and
waa bonnd- ever to the grand Jury. In de
fault of bond? placed. a,t Wv.he was com
mitted to the' county' Jail.
William Job of Maryvllle. Mo., Iihs wrlt
teu.1 tha.jiuMi.a.askViiH for intormatietu re
ttarding tl4r....wberelMmts of nia ntphew,
J.. K. Innox, whom he thinks Is sick Jn
thin tl(y nnd who lis 'been missing from
Ills home for somic, time. . The police were
tillable, to secure, any trace of the mar.
In the hospitals or elsewhere In the city.
Ross McVarlard was In police court
yesterday -Warning' on a churte of assault
a,nd battery preferred 'against him by his
gistr-ln-law. Mrs. Ina McKarland. The
nssault Is alleged fn have been committed
en Broadway after midnight Sunday.
IMcFartand secured a' continuance until
this morning and furnished t-b ball for his
Andrew Chrlstensen, tiled suit fordlvoree
yesterday ' from Sarah J. Chrlstensen. to
whom be waa married June "I. 19tt4. In
Omaha.. He alleges that 'Immediately after
the marriage his wife left him and did
not return for several days, and that when
she did ir was only 1o pack up her trunk
and notify. hint that aha did not intend to
v. live with him.
V t Trouble between Fat-well Mcrriim ami
I Jiis nephew;- Jesse Merrlam. a deaf mute,
1 who occupy a ten-acre tract tat of the
K eity, led former Councilman 1.. A. CaHner.
wlio Is Jesse Merrlnm's guardian, to apply
to the county authorities to have the elder
mar. committed to the hospital as Insane.
The matter was turned over to Rev. Henry
De Long io Inveatlgate. ;
Rev. Henry Delmg put In a busy day
t his office in the court house yesterday.
being called upon 'to .ofllclate at no less
tnan nve' weomngs. 1 lie couples mar
l.d by hlra were W. P. Clark and Adeline
liester, --bptn of onmna; Aitiert eaver
nd Alice Lyons, both of Omnha; Charles
A. Pope of South Otnuha-snd Mabel Kock
'ord of Ashland. .'Neb.; X W. Foley of
I'.ux I liv and l.aurj tiunev or umcom.
A'eb - Ijemuel C. UJIes anil Marv K. Doukl-
las, both of LMiiHlana, Mo.
Twenty-three years in the lumber busi
ness and have thousand of customers tuat
have never .-bought a dnllitr's worth else
where. : 'J'M MNikfc for iteclf. r. 'Ilafir,
The hct, .plmioe only inul at the 1-iwt-st
rottslbla ;glces: fair and liberal treatment
and ,reasHKibo- term -to reliable partlvs
is the wu,li-l)Word.of the- llourlclus l'lano
liousr, X" Bnuidwuy. Co. Uluffs, .a-bsr the
organ stitnd upon thtv bulldli.g
Picture for . wedding, gifts.
andVi-. "33. Ilro'adway.
C. K- Alex-
' Itebaie at Illicit School. .
The I'hltoiuuthVn society uf the .high
school wlli hold "a d'baiu J-'tiday after
noon, Qt t'jbtr Tiiq intiesihai to tw de
bated wfll b-' "itewilvid. "That the aver
age yuiinga man of today greater, op
prtu:Utfes' o nvakr life V success finan
cliUly than Ills forefathers.'" John Howe
and Cliarlcs MeConnel will- take the uf-
matlve anil CharUs Arnold and Jairn-s
Funda the ne.tlve side of t! quo.stiou.
In the discussion of curient topics Ada..,
Richmond wli! t..lk on Cuba and, Irving
Snyder wjjt Klvt.V reading. . ,
Whenever r or ulcer is slow ia healing, and shows signs of eating
into the surrounding flesh, it is safe to say that the blood is infected with
cuncerons germs. Some old taint or poison that has lain dormant awaiting
r a fai orable opportunity to assert itself has found an outlet on the face, arms,
, leg or other part of the body, and the place has become inflamed and
festered, and a chronic ulcer is the result. When middle age is reached or
passed, afid the vital powers are naturally weaker, a hurt of any kind heals
blowly, and-'-often an Insignificant scratch or bruise on warty growths,
molts, pimples, etc., will begin to inflame and are soon large, eating ulcers.
The cancerous germs are rooted in the blood, and while salves, plasters,
lotions, etn, keep the surface clean, thev are useless in affectinir a r-ure s s s
cure cancerous ulcers by Koin do-n
sua poisoiis wunu pio ia.B tne irottDie.
-n&ealtny tnauer. ana Racn the cuuse
S. S, eunches and str,c:igthens the
cgeiame, u ii a p.easan;. sate reju.-oy i-ir youug or old, and ulcers tf every
lin.d yield promptly to lis curative properties. BooV on snre ..! nl,-er .n.i
toed ical advice free. THK S WIFT
St. Tel. 43.
CAMPAIGN ON IN EARNEST
Gofernor Cummiot to Spetk in City
WernesdtT or Iridgy.
DATE TO BE FIXED DEFINITELY TODAY
From This Time on It Is Intended l
Make Thlnas Ham All Along the
line Most of Candi
The republican campaign In Pottawatta
mie county will open up In earnest next
week and things are to be kept humming
until election day. ssld Rimer Smith, chnir.
man of the county republican central com
mittee yesterday. Oovernor Cummins, it
is now definitely decided, will speak In
Council Bluffs either on Wednesday or
Friday of next week, but on which day lll
not be known until today, .""halrman Smith
h.-is arranged to secure the open house
for the. meeting on either nli?ht.
Hon. If. W. Byers of Harlan, republican
candidate for attorney general, yesterday
promised Chairman Smith that he would
make one or possibly two speeches in tlds
county. Mr. Smith is also arranging to
have other promlnmt speakers In the
county during the last two weeks of tho
campaign. It Iwd been hoped to have Gov
ernor Cummins speak In the east end of
the county, but the governor's engagements
will not permit It.
Commencing next week, meetings will be
held at Walnut, Avoca. Oakland. Reels, Mc
Clelland, Treynor. Ixtveland and possibly
at other places In Pottawattamie county.
A list of speaker Is now being prepared
for these meetings.
Tp dute the republican campaign In Potta
wattamie has been on what might be
termed the still hunt order. A number of
the candidates on the county ticket have
been putting In some good, hard work,
while others have been sitting still, letting
the other fellows do the work, going on
the theory that the republican ticket will
be elected anyhow. This may be all right,
but politics are mighty uncertain, as . a
prominent republican said yesterday, and
there's many a slip 'twlxt the cup and
the Up. The same man ventured the opin
ion that it would behoove evey candidate
on tho ticket to get out and work and not
let the grass grow under his feet.
Democrats Are Hopeful.
It is no secret that the democrat are
pinning their faith In electing part if not
all Of their ticket this fall on the supposed
split In the republican party. While it is
likely that Governor Cummins will not re
ceive the support of quite a number of
"stand-patters" in Poftawattamle, as in
other counties, the defection will not be
serious enough to materially affect his elec
tion. At lea this Is the opinion expressed
by Chairman Smith yesterday.
Regarding the republican county ticket,
Mr. Smith said that advices from every sec
tion of the county Indicated the election of
every candidate. That there will be some
scratching Is admitted, but the same will be
tue of thedemocratlc ticket. That Gov
ernor Cummins will receive a number of
democratic votes In Pottawattamie county,
and especially In Council Bluffs, Is con
ceded. The governor's friends contend that
the loss of votes from the stand-pat ele
ment will be more than offset by those he
will receive from, democrats.
Of the candidates on the republican
county ticket but three are new men J. W.
Mitchell for treasurer, E. A. Jackson for
superintendent of schools and T. J. Johns
of. Center townnhip for member of the
Board of Supervisors. Mr. Mitchell, while
It Is his first appearance In th political
field as a candidate for office, lias for many
years been known as a prominent and lead
ing worker In republican ranks. He Is well
and favorably known throughout the county
and has been making an active campaign
since his nomination. His election Is re
garded by his friends as a foregone con
clusion. F. T. Johns, the ntw candidate
for member of the Board of Supervisors, is
one of the best known farmers In the east
end of the county. He has long been Iden
tified with the prty and is regarded as
one of the progressive men of Pottawatta
On the legislative ticket the candidacy
of Henry C. Brandea for representative Is
reported to be meeting with much favor
throughout the county, where Mr. Hi amies
Is so well known. Mr. Brandets ho been
a, resident of Pottawattamie county since
1X76 and few men, it is conceded. Bre bet
ter fitted to represent . Pottawattamie In
the . Htute legislature. For ten years in
succession Mr. Bruudes has been a mem
ber of the Board of County Supervisors
and is so at present. . He has been chair
man of the board three terms. Aa one evi
dence of the esteem In which his con
stituents hold him 1m the fact thut ho bus
held the office of township trustee for
eighteen years and has beep school director
for nearly as many years. He is a large
land owner and bus long been recognised
as one of the leading and most progressive
cltlsens of the county.
The elimination of the circle at the top
of the ballot. It is believed, will result
this ;-eor iu more scratching, as the voter
will W required to place a mark against
each i-andidate he desires to vote Instead
of us lie lore just placing a cross in the
circle al the lop. and thereby voting for
the entire party ticket. While this s.111
likely Ik- the case. .It Is expected to affect
the democrats as much as the republicans.
CENTRAL FLOUR-$l.U. Every sack
warranted. Central Grocery and Meat Mar.
kel. Both 'phones 7.4.
Child May Uuir Both Kea.
The Utile sou of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Ewitig, ?i West Washington avc nue. met
with. . serious, accident yesterday morn
ing at Pacific Junction, which, it Is feared,
may result In the child losing the sight
of one If not both eyes. Mrs. Ewing and
the child were visiting trlatises at Pa-
into the blood and removing the trerms
it cleanses the circulatiou of all
is removed the sore heals Dermanentlv.
entire blood -bupply, and being purefv
SPECIflC CO., A TLANTA, CA.
clflc Junction. After breakfast yesterday
morning ih child, with a plate In his
hands, started to run across the kitchen
when he stumbled 'and fell. The plate
was broken and th-- child fell so that the
Jagu -d ends struck him Just under the
eys, cutting deep gasnes and nearly
gouging both eyes from out of their
sockets. The child was brought Nick to
Council IUuffs as s-ion as jcsllle for
There is no ge'ting around It. when
you buy anything of John Olson. 738 an I
7tl West Broadway, you get Just what
you order, whether you order over the
'phone or leave the order at the store.
He does not handle anything but first
class groceries and sells them at the
most reasonable prices possible.
Buy Cole's Original Hot Blast and av
one-third of your fuel. Holds fire thirty
six houis without attention. Price, 110 to
t'n. Paddock-Handschey Hardware Co., It
t IIU.DIIF.N i'K.M, HtRHUHIW T4I.F. i
One of I'll em ittempts to Kill Herself
The hearing of L. A. McDonald, against
whom an Information was filed charging
him witlt a grave offense against his lti-yesr-old
daughter, Hazel, was continued In
police court yesterday morning until to
morrow, as was that of Roy R.-ntlow, the
young fellow arrested at the McDoniili
home. Ooldie Curry, the lS-year-old step
daughter of McDonald, who also makes a
grave charge against him, nnd the younger
girl were released on their own recognis
ances. The story of their abuse by thelf
father, as told by the girls to Assistant
County Attorney Ross, was horrible In its
The younger girl, after reciting the
story of her wrongs, swooned In the office
of Major Richmond, chief of police, and
later, on being allowed to return home
with her step-sister, attempted to commit
suicide by stabbing herself with a carving
kntfe. She only succeeded In Inflicting a
few minor wounds before the knife was
taken from her after a desperate struggle
on her part. The police were notified and
Major Richmond had the girl taken to St.
The case. Major Richmond states, is one
of the worst which has ever come under
his notice. McDonald is employed as
platform man at one of the agricultural
Implement houses In Omaha.
These Are Startling; Facts.
We can make you the lowest possible
prices on wall . paper, pictures, picture
framing and paper hanging and guarantee
you the best work. Come In and see for
yourself. Council Bluffs Paint, Oil 4 Glass
Wall Paper For the next two weeks I
will continue to sell wall paper at greatly
reduced prices. Come and see me if you
think of decorating. I am showing the
latest novelties In pictures. Picture fram
ing a speciulty. W. 8. Hewetson, Masonic
Tempi?, Council Bluffs.
tireen's Troubles Multiply.
Hoy Green, the alleged hotel worker and
all around crook, Is having a hard time
of it escaping the meshes of the law. He
Is no sooner out of the fire than he la
back in the frying pan. When first ar
rested last week he was charged with the
theft of 150 from the grocery ?tore of
Fred Evers. This charge was dismissed
for lack of evidence, and Green was Imme
diately rearrested on a charge of lewdness,
and Grace Johnson, a young woman with
whom Green had been living, was also
taken Into custody. Green maintained
that 'the young 'woman waa his wife and,
the authorities being unable to prove to
the contrary, the case against the two
was dismissed yesterday In Justice Gardi
ner's court on motion of Assistant County
Attorney Ross. -
Green, however, did not walk out of the
court room a free man, as he was again
arrested, this time on the charge of break
ing and entering a building with Intent to
commit a felony, namely, murder. Green,
after his arrest. In talking to Detective
Weir concerning his sensational escape
from the Grand hotel after he had been
caught prowling around the corridors and
rooms, explained his presence In the hotel
by asserting that he was looking for a
man who had his wife there, with the in
tention of killing hiin. The authorities,
however, feel satisfied that Green's vlbit
to the hotel was solely for the purpose of
robbery. In default of ball. Green was re
committed to the county Jail on the new
charge until Saturday, w hen he will have
a preliminary hearing before Justice
D. I.. W. scran ton
This phrase, when applied to hrtrd coaL
means he best coal mined. We handle
all the different sizes. OUR WEIGHT IS
OUR WORD. Iowa und Missouri oak wood
in stock at all times. Bridenstein & Smith,
14th ave. and 6th at. 'Phone 12.
The best pianos on earth are to be pur
chased at A. Hnepa Co., and they charge
nu more for them than is usually charged
for unknown and Indifferent makes, iti
South Main St., Co. Bluffs.
Real Estate Traaafera.
These transfers were reported to The Hee
tctober 15 by the Pottawattamie County
Abstract company of Council Bluffs:
Richard E. Turner to Charles M. Cur
ler, lots 8. 10 and 11. block 2; lots
i. 7. 12. n and 1. block 3; lots 3, lit
and Id, block 6; lots lo, 15, 16 und 2".
block. T; lot li 1.1. It. IS, 19. IO. a. i.
and block k; lots P, 14. 15 uuil IT.
block 9; lots 5, and 7, block 1"; lots
1. 2. H and 4. block 11; lots 2. 3. 8.
1, 11, U 13 and lt. block 12; lots L'.
13. 14, 19, . 21. ii. X. 'SI and west lo
feet of lot a. block 13; lots 1, 2, 8, K,
9, 10. 14. 15, 1. 20. 21. 22 and weat M
feet lot 7, block 14; lots 4. 5. a, 8. 12,
13. 14 and 15. block 16: lots 3. 4. D, I"
and 12. block 18. and lots 3. 9. 10 and
17. block 19, In HiKhes & Doniphan
. addition to Council Bluffs, w. d fj.0)
Lissle 1). Soloth and husband to Fred
erick II. lirote, lot 1. block 1. Jud
son's 1st add. to Ncola. la., w. d M'O
Andrew C. Urahum and wife to Laura.
H. Sullivan, lot 6, Graham Terrace,
Council Bluffs, w. d l.ouu
Henry M. Toller and wife to Mrs.
Anna Toller, part of out lot K. Jack
son's add.. Council Bluffs, w. d l.oni '
cjeoige n. .il ivni- ami wife tu L'onslan
iin P. Schwartz, part eel,., ne1. 2fc
7il!. w. .1 ....
Council Blurts Real Estate and im
provement company to L. M. Cooper,
lot 4. block is, Perry add., Council
rutins, w. d
i Hannah l-cwis to Aaneu Hn n n ii li
, I-ewis. lot 2. block 1. Sackett's add.,
j Council Bluffs, w. d 1
j Seven, trarsfers. total .rJ.831
Ducks: Ducks! Darks!
-' We have Just raptured the sole agency
- for the world-renowned Lcfevtr shotguns.
Just received a large shipment. Prices.
to ISO. Pcterson-Shonlng Furniture and
: Hardware Co.
J MALOXEY CIGAR CO., So PKAKL ST..
i COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA.. DISTRIBUTERS
FOR THE ROBERT BURNS' Ic CIOAR
A NO LITTLE BOBBIE. OLD TIMES
Aa'D ERRIS 5c CIQARS.
Matter Bakers Coaveutlou.
A meeting of the executive committee
cf i he Master Bakers' aasoclatlon of Iowi
was held In this city yesterday to make ar.
rangemer.ts for ihe Hate convention to be
held in lie Moines. January li, U and 17
of next year. Those In tun-la nee were
Henry Me-i of Siou-c City, president of the
-i,. '...n: M. J. Mu'is ef Dulm-i-ie.
vice president; Marcu Kinmsster of tes
Molnea. secretary, ami Wlllhim Coyne of
Itarenport. tteasurer. ;
While In the city th committee c:illed on
the proprietors of all the bukeries in 1h3
city to talk over trade conditions, etc.
and urge attendance st the slate conven
tion. . Metsgsr . Co.
New Locution of Wholesale Bakery,
61 Mynster Street. Co. Bluffs, la.
Home-made Bread a Specialty,
For luiMiited wines, liquors slid l-'.ud-welser
beer go to L. Rosenfeld. wholesale
liquor dealer, 519 South Main street.
N. T. Plumbing Co. 'lei. J5n. Night, 'i
Coaavllmaa Knndsen Hohhril.
Burglnrs arc no resiiecters of persons,
as evidenced by the fact that ne ol the
fraternity paid a visit to the residence
of Councilman 11. F. Knudsen at iil Eighth
nvenin Sunday night. A furnace Is be.
Ing Installed iu the cntiiicilmanlc lesidem-c
and on this account there . was unite an
aperture In the wall of the bsse-nent.
This sfforded an easy entrance to the thief
or thkv-'s and they succeeded In carrying
away the entire stock of the fumily's win
ter preserves, some fifty Jars In all. The.
thieves attempted to make their way
Inli the upper part of the housf.
but the door from the kitchen lending Into
the cellar had been securely burred nnd
resist d all efforts to force It. The noise
they made In trying lo force the door
aroused the councllinanlc memlier from
the Fourth ward and armed with a hatchet
In one hand and a burp in the other he
started to Investigate. The thieves, who
had presumably previously removed the
fruit, heard him coming and msde their
escape from being tomahawked.
A GOOD PAYING SHOE STORE. DOING
$1,500 A MONTH. WILL INVOICE M.OuO.
SPLENDID OPENING. DCNCAN A
DEAN, 23 MAIN ST., COUNCIL BLUFFS.
THE MOST-UP-TO-DATE RESTAUR
ANT IN COUNCIL BLUFFS. GOOD SER
VICE AND HOME COOKING. The Calu
met restaurant, 620 Broadway.
Licenses to wed were issued yesterday to
Name and Residence. Age.
W. P. Clark. Omaha
Adeline Fuester, Omaha
A. C. Brown, Council Bluffs
Kate Ghlggerl, Council Bluffs
Albert Weaver. Omaha
Alice Lyons, Omaha
J. V. Emmert. Atlantic, la
Mrs. Moggie H. Chapman, Atlantic, la..
Charlea A. Pop. South Omaha
Michael Rockford, Ashland. Neb
Frank Mattlsou, Omaha
Alice Klncald, Omaha ..i
J. W. Foley, Sioux City, la
Laura Haney, Lincoln
Iemiw-l C. Giles. Loulslanna. Mo
Mary E. Douglas, Loulslanna, Mo
If you want a good position, finish
course at the Western Iowa college. Day
and evening school. . Enroll at any tune.
'Phone for information.
PALM ER. KILLED AT ILI.M'0.
Mnrder Follows tlssrrel Iu Saloon
and Two SnspectS Are Arrested.
CLINTON, la., Oct. 16. (Special Tele
gram.) eiegfrled Larson, a painter aged
23 years, was murdered Sunday night about
11 o'clock near Anton Rieger'e saloon. His
neclr and face were cutiopen, the Jugular
vein and muscles of back and shoulders
cut. He was a big, powerful man, six feet
tall, weighing 2fi0 -pouiids and walked
several feet before fallfr)" He told people
who came that "Zirrunera, did It," Richard
Zimmers and William Phillips, teamsters
and half brothers', are. afleeted.'
All were drinking In a 'saloon and quar
reled over a whip Larson accused them of
stealing. Larson died at 1:30 a. m., at
Agatha hospital. Feeling is Intense over
vain efforts to enforce the Sunday closing
Omaha Concern la Sioux I It).
SIOUX CITY, la., Oct. lo.-(Special Tel
egram.) The American Peat Fuel company
of Sioux City, a subsidiary company of
the American Peat Fuel company of
Omaha, was incorporated here today with
a capital stock of $100,010 for the manufac
ture of fuel from refuse and garbage. E.
L. Culver of Omaha Is the moving spirit
In the new concern. The company expects
to build a plant this fall near the stock
yards and packing houses and utilize the
refuse from these Industries.
Mrlke at iowa City.
IOWA CITY. Oct. 15.-(Speclal Telegram.)
Union printers iu four local shops 'failed
to report this morning and a. strike In all
shops is declared. Nonunion printers are
already here In sufficient numbers to carry
on the work. Three newspapers affected
will publish today. No acts of violence
More Pay for Telegraphers.
MARSH ALLTOWN, la., Oct. 15. General
Manager Day of the Iowa Central railway
today announced that, effective November
1, the telegraph operators of the system,
with the exception of the Algona branch,
would he given an increase of wages. TIk
Increase is between (2.50 and $5 a month.
I.lfe Term for Assault.
LE MARS. Ia.. Oct. 13. Judge Hutchin
son sentenced Tom Davis, a negro, to life
Imprisonment at the Anamosa penitentiary.
Davis was a circus hand with Campbell
Bros., and on the night of June assaulted
Miss Josephine Wlllmes of La Mars.
Ottumwa Woman Kills Daughter.
OTTl'MWA, Ia., Oct. 15.-Mrs. Elmer
Ellis, residing on a farm, shot her daugh
ter, aged 5, through the heart and then
killed herself today. It Is believed she
Pope Greets C ubans.
ROME, Oct. 15. The pope today received
lo private farewell audience Monslgnor
A versa, the new apoftolto delegate In Cuba,
and gave him his last instructions regard
ing affairs at his post. Afterward ilou
slgnor A versa presented Sunor Antonio a.
1-HiiuiH, Cuban delegate to the Panamerl
can conference, the pope taking special in
terest In the work and objects of the meet
ing. Vellorr t-'eter at Havana.
HAVANA, Oct. 15. Two more cares of
yellow fever were reported In Havana this
morning, making a total uf eight.
A Skin ef Beauty i a Joy Forever.
DR. T. Falls Oouraud'a Orlantal
Cream or Magical Beautlflsr.
KftnovM T. Plmtlw
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uu ry k.rii.ut
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if fUMKtiOf.. fl
kt Mued tlis Im-
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tut It tofccfiuna
IS prr.ptrlj BlAOfk
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ttff u4 to I
Wdy of itit kout
t..a i ssiifiot
MA you Uftm
wdi um U-a
IfOSriOfl'fl -l-fk fi ' ko 1m WajS ilfni.rul vi o;l Lkj
k tt DibrlifWl." .JT aUo by til druc-1' 1d fmef
(fWxxi DnUmn la tks I'L.ua fcu.00, 1 kifuia sad Karoos
laiT.HCt II J. frit, 37 trctt Jw V'. Ira Tat
NEGRO SLSPEXT IS TAKEN
Bern Jtckton Fsld ii Tt Moinft
SAYS HE WAS NEAR SCENE OF THE MURDER
Prisoner presses Hlllisaaeaa
Return Without Keqnlsltlon Papers
anil 'Denies All I unaeetlun
vt Ilia the rime.
l'Kf MOlXKS. Ih.. Oct. li.-tSieclnl Tele
i negro, is under
arrest here on suspicion of being cou
nt cted with the murder of Joseplrine Rum
melhurt of Omaha. He denies the charge,
hut sdmlis lelng within two blocks of the
scene nt the t;!i?e of the murder.
He Is willing to reiurn without requisi
Omaha inilice oftlclals say they do not
know anything definite nlmut ' Jackson.
They were apprised of Ills arrest and say
it was merely on suspicion; that he had a
revolver and gave Omaha aa his place of
residence. But he did not answer the de
scription of the man supposed to have mur-den-d
B tit It MMF.II TO Ultl l:t:il IIIMV.il
Former Aarleu tines Hack to Ills .lob j V'.dman I.. Bruce, carrier: Nellie Briicr-,
at Anamosa. 'substitute. list h, Route 1. William Evan,
tFroni a Staff Correspondent.) .carrier; Fay Stewart, substitute. Oi-dihs.
DES MOINES, Oct. 15. (Special. i-Mar- Route 1. Asher O. Nlcho'.s. earrhr: Krvin
iuis Barr. warden at the Amiinosa pi-niten- L. Nichols, substitute.
tiary preceding P. J. Madden of this city, I The secretary of the interior tishrv exe
was today appointed wsnh-n there to sue- c ited :i contract with the Dcadwo'd Con
ned the late Warden W. A. Hunter. The strucllon company of Deadwood. S. D.. for
upnoinmieur was mane ty tne lloavd or
oniroi tn:s aiiernoon aiui is somewhat
of it surprise because it was not known
that he was one of the candidates He Is
62 years old and a veteran of the civil
war. He Is a resident of Okaloosa, where
he bus lived for some time. But a year's
time Intervened between his service as
warden and that of Warden Hunter. The
board was unanimous iu his selection.
Dea Molnea Starts Factory in v.
To advertise Its factories properly and
get home trade for home Industry as a
part uf the general plan to boost Des '
Moines the Commercial club has Instituted ;
factory day. Next Wednesday is set a
the first day and on that day all the '
housewives who desire to will he taken t
on a tour of the factories of the city and i
shown through the plants.
Hunt for Arthar Wins.
A search Is being made for Arthur Wing, condition of President Castro, who has
He Is the young man for the love of been 111 for some time past, has grown
whom Miss Bessie Thompson of Ottumwa : worse. II Is asserted that he can mi longer
attempted to commit suicide. Wing sent j speak and his death may occur any mo
a note to L. D. Slater, a professional j ment.
bondsman of this city, who was on Wing's j In connection with the critical state of
bond to answer for some charge. The note j the president it is asserted thst an upris
said: "Y'ou will find my body at the ing. which Is likely to become general
Center street dam. I am going to drown throughout Venezuela. Is certain to ocrur
myself." Police officers and Mr. Sinter j on the announcement of his dath. The
are hunting for the body at the Center j signal for the outbreak, it Is further stated,
street dam and also hunting for the young wilt be given by the Inhabitants of the
man elsewhere. There is a suspicion that i western states of the republic, who al
perhaps he may have changed his mind ready are armed. The Inhabitants of the
and may still be living In some other clime, j rest of the interior of Venezuela are de-
gapreiue Court Opens Tomorrow
The supreme court will convene for the
second period of the September term to
morrow morning. Aside . from a little
format business the court Will not do any
business, but will devote the entire fore
noon to a memorial to the late Judge L. G.
Klnne.-who was a membet of the supreme
court. Addresses will be listened to and
resolutions will be offered.
(SraHd Lodge Would Build Temple.
- At the .meeting of the grand lodge. Inde
pendent Order of .Odd Fellows, at Dubuque
Wednesday tf this week the- proposition
to erect a temple and theater building in
this city 'will be brought-op. The erection
of such 'a building would make this ' the
permanent meeting , place pf the grand
' Democrats -More Active.' '
General James B. Weaver opened his
speaking campaign In the Interests of the
democratic ticket at Creston Saturday and
from this on will be actively In the cam
paign. He will speak In every quarter of
the state. Jerry Sullivan, nominee of the
Y T" a Try If disease. The bair stops railing out, grows
iM jyj-p rl y I IO more r,PidIy ,nd 11 dndrun' disaPDeara0a
FARE AND A THIRD for the round trip from Omaha to many points in In
diana, Kentucky, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Ontario, Pennsylvania and West
Tickets on sale Friday, October 19th, good for . return in . thirty days via the
Here are some of the
Buffalo, X. Y
Three fast trains from Union Station. Omaha, to Union Station, Chicago,
everj day. Leave Omaha 7:35 a. in., 5:45 p. m. and 8:33 p. in. For folders and in
formation call at City Ticket Office, 1524 Farnam St., Omaha, or 25 Pearl St., Coun
cil Bluffs. .
F. A. NASH. General Western Agent.
democrats for governor three years ago;
Judge J. M. Parsons and a number of
oilier leading democrsts will be on tho
stump with Porter and liennlsnn the rest
of the campaign.
Ex-Governor William Ijtrrabee spoke to
night in his own county In the interests
of Cummins nnd the state ticket.
WESTERN MATTERS AT CAPITAL
en National Hank nthorlactl
4 ossineaee Itnstnes at
. Maraaette, el.
I From a Stuff Corropoiidcnt )
i """'".'. -" i-.-i"
iuhiii. nc r irsi saiutnai nan, oi ,uhi
um-tie. Nth., hn
been authorised to twgin
business with t.'..0o cnpllal
W 1 Fiirlec
Is president. C. A. Phillips, vic
and A. W. Hickman, cashier
Rural carriers appointed: Nebraska Bel- 1
grade. Rome I. Uus S. Ames, carrier; Wll- ;
nam mown, sut-stitute. i-icmoni. uo-ne
Hem, C. Patterson, carrier: Janus V.
Petersen, substitute. Waverly. Rout-' 1,
Edgar Anderson, carrier; le urge P. .Mollis,
substitute. Iowa Dubuque. Route T. tiuul.s I
K. Harris. Carrier; Oscar Bluuie. substitute.
Dyersvllle. Route IS. Henry Ijiefl'elholx. J
carrier; John Wiseman, substitute. Piano.
Route G urge F. Rlnehait. ea-rler. Delia
A. Kinehnrt. substitute. S -Imn, Route 1.
I.ro t;. Hem. carrier; lleniy W. Bit?.. sul-
.siliuie. South Dakota Amlieist. ltuiite 1.'
tne construction of Schedule ... cirinwori;
or rltstrioutltig system or tne interstut
canal. North Platte Irrigation project In
.iAenrnsKS. at ti-.M.i.
L. M. Edwards cf Omaha has be-n ap
pointed clerk in the army lvaduuurters at
St. Louis, Mo., at $1,000 per annum.
W. C. McClelland of Stonberry. S
ami A B Morton of, Cheyenne. Wyo., he
been appointed meat Inspectors.
PRESIDENT CASTRO IS ILL
Deatla Is Expected lo Ne
erlous I prising.
PORT OK SPAIN. Island of Trinidad.
I Oct. 13. According to the latest advices
! received here from Caracas, Venezuela, the
scrined as oetng unoecinen owing to men-
Ignorance of the actual condition of the
president, which Is carefully concealed by
those In Immediate attendance upon him.
VON HOHENLOHE QUITS PLACE
Publisher of Father's Memoirs o
Longer District Governor of
COLMAR, Germany, Oct. 13. Prince Al
exander von Hohenlohe. younger son of the
lateV Chancellor- von Hohenlohe. who re
cently caused the publication- of the lat
tcr's "Recollections" and was rebuked by
Emperor William for his . tactlessness In
so doing; yesterday visited CI ancellor von
Ruelow at . Hamburg, where they talked
over the publication of his father's pri
vate diaries, returned here and rent his
resignation as district governor to the gov
ernor general of Alsace-Iyirraine
This step on the part of Prince Alexander
was expected In official elrcles, where the
publication of the ''Recollections" was re
Stop itt And why not? Falling hair is a
disease, a regular disease; and AVer's Hair
Vigor, as made from our new Improved for
mula, quickly and completely destroys that
disease. The bair stops falling out, grows
& ST. PAUL
round trip rates from Omaha:
-:rded as eMng too nwr often to F
peror W MlsHiti to allow it th be overlooked,
BANK MANAGtR SPECULATES
t sssillss Banker Short Million sad a
asrter Dollars, Dlreetora
TORONTO. Out. IH-t. 15 Oenerjl Man
ager McOill of the wrecked Ontario bank
admits a. short-ige of l.:"Sn.r. ltink,rs. In
estimating 1hc prohiihilltr of their guar
anty bring rnforcO, place, tho loss through
.M. Jills nieenlatloi.s at Vi.l or mors.
McCI'I al o admlttel that these spceulat.ona
were carried on without the directors'
' knowledge, but, he declares, for the ultl
j m i le good of the batik.
I A director sas the manager's operations
fn tne gamut 01 some or tne most srs-cuia-
I "e siocss on inc irw torn mnrset ann
were even curried into the wheat market
In "hh ago.
lanlsh War Hndaet lltaher.
MADRID. Oct. 15. The ministry of war
nnnollm.r,, toUv ,,,, ,hr ,. budget l'g,l
j nP(.n increased bv $-.lSo.'"V
Piles 14 Years
ililc t itvf t tip.fl Painlessly With
Only One Treatment of I'jra
nth IMIo I'ltrr.
Tree Package In Plain Wrapper Mailed ie
tvsry One Who Writes.
"i wilt-' to thank you nnd ill o ptaau
you for the ro d your medicine has dona
i ne. oh, 1 can't find words to expiers bij
thanks to j o-.i all for such a wonderful
aid spced.v cure. I kit relieved at'KT
iiHh-fc "your sample, so I sent right on to a
i 1,,.UBRl .,,)
liiiBlit a .50-crrt box, which
I lit llt-ve has eill-f.fl me f-mirflv I fe. I
, ,f ,low. ,h , hflv fo ,
a year, for 1 have been' bothered about
thai lone with piles. I have told all my
friends aNuit this wonderful discovery and
j will recommend II whenever I can. You
" ' en use my name un w here you choose.
Respectfully. Mrs. Chas. L. Culemaa,
Any one suffering from the terrible tor
lure, burning nnd Itching of piles will get
imtant relief from the treatment we send
out free, at our own expense, Iu plain,
scaled package, to every one sending naills
I and address.
Surgical operation for piles Is unueces-
' sary and rarely a permanent success. Hers
you can gel treatment that Is quick.
j ..any to apply and inexpensive nnd free
i f,om the niibllcltv and humiliation vou stif.
fer by doctors' examination...
!...- ...I. I lllln '..... Ik I I.k f. . ....
a jiniiii.t a ti'T ui r if iiimir iii.i,iiu iui ill
of "eary to use" suppositories. The com
ing of a cure is felt the moment you begin
to use it, and your suffering ends.
Send your name and addrtss at olice to
Pyramid Drug Co., 68 Pyramid Building,
Marshall, Mich., and get, by return mall,
the treatment we will send you free, .In
plain, sealed wrapper.
After seeing for yourself what It inn do.
you can get a regular, full size package of
Pyramid Pile Cure. Lrom any druggist at
,o cents each, or, on receipt of price, we
will mall you same ourselves, if he should
not have It. -
It enturet an enjoyable, invigor.
ting bath ; makes every pore
respond, removes dead skin,
ENBR01ZB5 THE WHOLE BODY
starts the circulation, and leaves a
glow equal to a Turkish bath..
ALL OrVOC'AS AVn. - t-riTTa
iomtssum ann nnult I s.nr
. ...... eiwnt inn wwKimrtl
MARVEL yihirliita Sorsv
I TIM i new Tatkiai trust- hi In.
niasst ,rtum. lMnt-saf
-Most Touts! lent.
trhyw irvtut NT M.
Ir h i-minoltupplTtha
si m n Kb. secept no
other, hut MiM tsiiin for '
llluslrateo bonk-rW ft .Hv
Pill irtleulri and fln-fMSiorm in.
faiiliiDi in niffj. SI 1 HI K I. f '4
a. SS4ST..J.KW toast.
rut Sale tjr .
H&HMAM -J McCONNJ?-i. jRUU CCL,
llh ana uodge Bts.
M1EK8-D1LLIN DRUiI CO..
. B. Cor. Ktb ana Faraam Bra,
AttWvCa i vj V ia
Cincinnati, Ohio $37-35
Dayton, Ohio $26-70
Toledo, Ohio $25.70
Pittsburg, Pa $31-00
Wheeling, W. Va $31-70
Louisville, Ky $26.00
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