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BAN Oil. 1 1 0 MILKS M. DAW SON
Elabsrats Ibmr G.ven h? Ioiurauoe Ven
t- Em.c:it Attuart.
SOME MARKET HINTS
j ATTACK IS PEASIT POLITICS
r i 1 1" r eck or
-.- the I.it l tli'
f.irtnlsht i' moM -,!!
.Vllif.TIlia rapes ""I
Smb ii liitrtion of Citj Eiciiter
C.rtain (.Dunrilmtu's Actios.
V.N wHOAIDLO t'lMnKS IN INV:STlii.1lON
lljn1e o f the 4.fi I-rn ir-I-'. Ir cl
t n I f iirii In nml Iscnslii.
letle anil I In 1 .1 n il il r
Wler lit n.ttlt-l
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V 1 nil- i wi r -...r.it.-
liv -. njr
II Ml the 1.1
dlnlnk room nt 'l-e otn.ihi club n i"'i'
f Miles M. liiui!! ;im cniltii ii' ;i.-tuj .
.r Nw York. v!i" .i.iii" i.. Oinila f.T til.
purpoS" of merro the ni.-nl-i s tl'--' as
oclatl..n. Mr l'.i. mi i. "ii hi" v. ay t'
iiimv, having fi.n.i i t'U ne:
he was the tru.-l Iwiin:' at a i-'"ivi'i tlx:
if Insi.iiim ' 111. I, .11 tli. it it. II. if "ii"
i.f the forem"t rulti.in.s of tin' I'oi'
Stafy, his iin"-i i . . - nt a. i -oiiipaniii' nt I
lug- his i. imi i't nil with lip. At msm-i K , ,.,,,
.olllUllttcc I.f Nl'W Y.llk st it.' Ill its iHVl'S. i l
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A ..'li'Mj ' l-ai.pi'. prapc
. 1 1 . - 1 i ir . l Itm T,im '.i! t..t lil.l It I" I
I), -P.- If 111.- I. SI. 11 "- .-AHl. tt"IH tl.lt
. ,n-. i . i : tl i- p. ;i - -ii I'll.-..' m II for
.l.;.l i 1 1 1 v d basket .
;r.i. fn.it. win. I l..i-- li.-eii m pli'iitifil
a. .1 si. i ' tap I w. i k in- tw is K'"nn 1-i
.-.t mole 'n ..pi.- nt i-i-. mill 'In
H tilt 't:-'t '.lii- t'l .'. .ml 1'' I'tits It
will i-..-t I" ..l.il I.. .-. lit- cnli. I'lils wtl! he
.i...--. -J hy th- s,ippiiiii At pre-.til tl''
snipe fruit Is ii'iiih.; through w.th the
Florida runi-.i. '"it ili season f"i tl-.'s.-
'.ii jl in o.m, ami wlnii iln st"l .1. initio
tin- Ki.'l1' Irml wili li.ivi- t.i . .itm- in li'i iil
1 ' i li.piii.'iits anil w ill . "-t ni'.r1.
p J.'iiiilli.in uppl.'s, in. : sut piiss.-.l lor f iliiiK.
I Line ...in.- In fr.mi ( 'uli.i !Hli an.l f 11 l"t' -'
i ii lni. SiiKar pf.irs nre Mlil to l li.iJ
t" i.iits .i dozen unil prolmlily
l;-st iilmtlier wt-.'k, lint tlliH ir mi1-
tiK'itl'.il i.f ill.' Ilfo ins'irntii
H w.ifl ass..i:n.-il in ill's
hnrli K llncli.". : nt'y
work v. I'll ;
. I. , tul !
rrnor of N-w V.nk. tii.d I. is part ,n tl
ctlgation Ini.i -m jt.'J tli.- most r.ivorat l
rominciit In all s'ltloii of ili i..unt:
Iti foie going ;.i Ni w V.nk i ll? .Mi I
son was i'inuii-'-''il witli lhf N'.'ttliwf
.Mutual I.lfp OBso.-iiitlon of Mllaiik-.i. I.tit
inre tlul tiiii" ln Ims I'.' . HK'is''.l "i
xuturlal woik rml lnm K'ilii"'l mi intprna
tiorial ri'imtatlon hIi-i.k that line.
Plnmnt' .r Pi l.nirriinri.
Mr. Dawson, p. Ins t.inh'.i'd days. wii! a
playmate of n.. 'i n n i l t Onii'tlP of nl
llomla and ( !m-n not -t-lorl lMvldcon of
Isi-on.sin nt th. Ir oi l lioiit.' in Vlrnpua,
I'r artlrally all the rrprcfntatlvp? of the
I.is'iikiui I'diiipanira in Omaha were pr.-s-i
tit to i.. honor to the distlniftilshrd (jnost
a n l many InBiirnniT oflirlals of adjoining
hik'i's and udjinctit citic wer also In nt -t.'nilani'o.
Aftor t!:" rl.iliaratc illntiiT Mr.
liison nddrrsscd the ni.'inlers rtssi'inbled
on matt - lntir.'st to th? Insurance
field at larRo, dwelliiiK particularly on the
pcvullnr .tate of affairs that has arisen In
New York. The remarks evidently met the
approval of the guests, as hia remarks were
punctuated with frequent applause.
Among those present were: K. M. Searle.
state auditor, and 11. 11. lxxkrhlue of Lin
coln: Henry 1. Neely, William II.
Stanhope Klemlnn. t' Z. ould, A. W.
Hrown, 1. K. Krcderl.-k, 1". K. Mockett. J.
J. Hughes, Frank liiirrlimore, W. 11. Indue.
W. A. Smith, A. R. Kdnionxton. M. O. Mc
leod, Charles K. Ady. Kdward M SwdIh-,
John Stel, John Dale, M. F. Hohrer. I .
M. Meyer, Charles W. Itainey, K K. Zlm
inernian, A. LansliiK. (J. W. Nolile. F. W.
Foster, O. M. Cooper. Harry O. Steel. Fr. d
Hale aud T. A. Dow.
HoW: OVER SIDlWALK GRADES A TARCE
Ue,.l lo IVrsminl snult of Xcl.ot-
i im iii I imni il It la
Hone to KinlisrruM Mr.
It one nlllfr,
Clt DiiKtne. r Il.ise.Mit. r .i i-s.s as p.-a-
li'll ..!t.-K the iff oils ol .-iViT.ll I'l'Ull-
lilmen, anted .j lluir ots.iti. lo embarrass
the elt iiKtm-erintf d.-partment on any
in.l i-v.'ij oi i-asnui. Al tin- i-ity loiin, il
, : ..ittt.g 'riH-silai e.-nlnK CouiKllnuin
'.Ols.iss r iiiliodii.fd a eoncun rent ies..'i
, lion ilireiiing the str.-i-l i-iimmissloni r to
i set to Ki'a.'.e si.lewniks uh'tiK Tw i nty-t hird.
ilroni l..-a I'liwol th m Mason streets, now
. l..-ins paved. .Mr. 1 ' !.". -s ies.iliilii.it
: r.'i um'iI Mjine .1 isi'tissti.n, Couia.iliiian Mi'
j U..V. rn an.) the illy engineer PeniK tli"
pt Ini ipuls.
I 'ouni'lliiiati M. iiovrrn eli.irK'il the ensl
i neeriiiR depiirtmetit with setting sidewalk
stakisj for property owners, who later were
I I.. piired to lower or raise the walkK when
the street was paved, owing- to Lad work on
the part of tin engineers.
i "The stati Hants imule Tuesday cenin
l.veh the last th. uue for Ihose who have
lnm lardy in pre. serving. Anotlnt ship
ineiit of Turkish 'ms has i-ome in and th.'V
are n llmg for ." and X cents a pound.
Ciilifoi nia toniatoi s are to he had for I"..
, . ....i
I L'l and - tents a pounu, hiioi uitiK in iri.n-
,,u ui.-ie ... ,,.,, . ..von ' " j j,y tou ntil nia n Mcciovern and others are not
m lliarhei eunesua;. inoiiuu i. ...
ond in cents a head.
lUci' and Meat Ci i)'U. tt.'S One cupfuj of
boiled rice, one cupful of titiely chopped
cooked meal any kind one teaspoonful of
sill, a little pepper, two tablespuunf uls of
butter, half a cupful of iniik. one eg4.
I'ut the milk on to boil, and add the 111" al.
lice and seasoning when this bolis, and
the it:, well beaten, stir one iiunule.
I After moling, shape, dip in eng and ct umb.s
and fiy as before directed.
Hreadid Saus.igi-s- Wipe the sausages dry,
dip them in beaten e-g and bread crumbs,
put them In the friiig basket and plunge
Into boiling fat. Cook ten minutes. Serve
with a' garnish of lou.sted bread and pars
ley. Minced Cold Heef or I.amb-If beef put
In a pinch ot pulvi ! ired cloves; if lamb, a
pinch of summer savory to season It, lull.
Iepper and some salt, and put it In a link
ing dish; mash potatoes and mix thorn
with cream and butter and a little salt,
and spread them over the meat; beat up
Hrown. i ;.i, ,...,..,, . ..oik. ., little.
It over the nolatoes and bake it
worthy of serious consideration when the
f.uts are known and treated from a fair
atandpnint." dfclared the city engineer. ' It
is true that in some instances property own
ers have hud to lower or raise walks on ac-
j count of establishment of grade after walks
i v . re placed, but I say that for flVe years
these . as. a have not cost the property
i ow ners more than V.'X) in the aggregate.
, Furthermore, the law provides tor placing
I walks on surface grad? under Certain con-
dill. 'lis. Mr. Mrflovern and those who ar
I following him In thes petty attacks on the
englnef rlnu department for the sake of
rev.nge take no cognizance of what this
department has wived the city in many
I directions. Only a month ago we saved the
j city $l.r,0on on a large sewer contract."
I Mrdntprn Votes Aye.
j The Klsasser resolution was adopted.
Councilman McCovern voting aye after his
j skirmish with the engineer, and Councll
I man Davis voting nay ulone. As the mat-
ter stands, providing the mayor signs the
resolution, the city will have to stand the
time, sulllcient to warm It through, and
brown the potatoes.
spread expense of placing the walks In shape
l.ort 'along Iwcnty-third from lieavenwoi tu to
BIG STAFF FOR DR. TORREY
Two Thousand Three Ilnndred Work
era Will l.l Dally In Audi
A staff of ;,3ot worker will assist ReT.
Tt. A. Torrey in his cnmpnlgn against sin
In Omaha- from November 18 lo December
16 at the Auditorium. It Is believed th
Torrey meetings will eclipse anything of
the kind eve attempted In Omaha. As the
opening day draws nasr the interest In
Omaha and South Oninhn Increases., with I K "'' way.
indications tb.it the Auditorium will be1 An ofllrer long familiar with Indian war
filld Bnnrtav evenln and pvv evnnlnir ! faro and methods said in reference
Dr. Torrey will be assisted by 425 per
UTES RESORT TO DECEPTION
j India na Try to Dfi-ehe OtllrlnU by
i ii in lilnlnliitc of This nnd
j That i.rleiniic.
! Th-' band of l ie Indians under escort of
' the Sixtll Fnited Slates . ivalry. is i s-
pected to reach Fori Meade Thursday or
Friday. The march has been without ln-
cldtnl thus far, i xcepi thai the Indians
I nave asked that ihey be furnished trans-
portatlon for their stock, which is, as
j they claim, much weakened by the long
I march. However, llie traiispoi tutio'i Ikus
I not been furnished, nor is it likely It will
be, as the officers In coniinunil of the
! escort are fairly familiar with- tin- Indian
! habit of complaining when things do not
sons! worker, ' l.'iO shjn, 5 ministers, iyi
on publlcflj" cominlttps and l,5"o singers.
The arrangement win e to have about
f.oo of the !.500 singer on hand each evening.
The Auditorium la being decorated and
seated to full capacity. At Nashville, Tenn.,
where Dr. Torrey has been holding a re- ! he fresh
vlval. the Auditorium, with a seating- ea-1 break
paclty of 7,500, has been crowded night
after night, making overflow meetings a
regular thing. The personal workers will
be under the leadership of Rev, n. I). A.
Mcliride, while M. C. Steele will have
charge of the ushers. Rev. Newman Hall
Burdlck has had charge of much of the
Next Sunday evening there will lie
services in th sixty-six churches Joining
in the Torrey meetings. Next Friday even
ing union prsyer services will be held
throughout the city.
Fred Butler, a goapel baritone soloist of
unusual powers, will aing at the Torrey
meetings and Albert Harkness, said "to be a
brilliant Australian pianist, will be heard at
the piano. French Oliver, singer, will not
be with Dr. Torrey, as expected.
Dr. Torrey la expected In Omaha Satur
day morning. On Saturday evening at
First Presbyterian church he will meet all
his personal workers, members of com
mittees and others particularly Interested
in the meetings.
complaint of the weakened
! their ponies by the Indians:
j "The Ftory won't go down with C lonel
: Rodgers. He kr.uws as well as does . v ry
; other officer who has ever had auytlihi;;
MANY AFTER ETTER'S PLACE
I II f l Skirmish for Appointment of
I'ostmnster AmnnR soalh
Already the canvass for the postmaster
ship at South Omaha, made vacant by the
death Tuesday of I'ost master Ktter. Is In
progress and several candidates are in the
Held. It Is assumed Congressman Kennedy
will have the recommendation of the ap
pointee, and hence he is the recipient of
numerous upplieants and applications, lie
says positively he will not discuss It until
after the funeral of Mr. Ktter, which may
not be held until Sunday.
F. J. Ktter held the postofflce for two
terms. At the .ml of his first term his
chief deputy, Harvey Mosely, became his
most formidable rival for the place and
H. I-:. Wilcox also was in the field. Wilcox
withdrew In favor of Mr. Ktter, who was
appointed. Moscly was supplanted as chief
assistant by Lew Ktter, son of the post
master, and Moscly is now in California
and Wilcox Is not pressing any claim, to
The applicants thus far named are: I.ou
to do with Indians that if ihev should hap- j Ktt(,ri jaJ. iv(,rty, member of the school
pen to be on the warpath instead of on : . , ,.,,.,, a c,,Inniission man; K. 1.. Howe,
itinr-h to s. resrvation. their ponie would i f,,n,.r ,itv treasurer; I.. C. Gibson, stale
noiigh for any numb, r of them I senator and real estate dealer; W. F. Ad-
away and ride seventy-live or a. , kmSi iltt republican nominee for mnvor,
hundred miles on the dead Jurtip before they while still others are expected to make ap
could be overhauled. Among this very plication.
bunch ot Indians are many of the worst of The position pays about ti.'io a year,
'the Fneompaghrr Vies and some are grad- and since South Omaha is In the hands of
uutes of Carlisle Inrtlan school and can talk ' a democratic administration. Is about the
Vnited States fine, but they prof, ss t ) be only valuable office In the city available
unable to understand and are pleading for i to a republican.
leniency and all sorts if ci nsiileratlon h' - "
causa of their Ignorance of white man s ! ROMANCE IN REAL ESTATE
methods. The Indian can understand win n j .
It la to his personal Interest to do so. but Story Helateil by l P. Harrison Slion
when he thinks things are not going lust l l nd IJow ns of Fnrnam
wav he is as ignorant and simple as a wine.
Do not deceive yours. If that the Indian Is
a fool hy any means. He Is about as j -
smooth a proposition as the gnv-rnment has The "Romance of Furnam tUreat Real
COUNTY BOARD LEGISLATION
m Laws Desired Will Be Dlscuaae
t Meeting of Commissioners
to deal with, Hnd the only way to deal with
lilm Is to do It In earnest."
WILL OF JAMES G. MEGEATH
Kfttate of tine Hundred and Forty
K.lmht Thousand Hollars is
Chairman limning- of the county bos.rd
has decided to call a meeting of county
officials to b held next week to discuss
projxised change in state laws affecting
county affairs. The bouxd adopted a reso
lutlon some time ago authorising the chair
man to cull such a meeting- and asking for
suggestions from the county officers ro
tating to changes affecting their offices.
These will be discussed atid bills drawn to
conform to the action of the meeting. The
bills will be plaoed In ;he hands of mem
bers of the legislature to introduce.
Ice Trust Firm sues City.
The David Talbot Ice company has oe
Tun suit In county court against the citv
f Omaha for t'tto. the value of a teum o'f
homes killed February 10, 1904, by falling
Into sn excavation in the street at Fouith
and Walnut. The excavation. It Is alleged
was I iad by owners of a brick yard.
Work, Worry and Close CoBflumsat Vow
Tasy Can Be Bats-guarded.
To thousands of boys and girls th" c.n
flnnieiit In the schoolroom Imposed by
their studies U a veiy serious strain.
Many become broken In health and are
physically weakened for life. T
If you give your boys and girls pure.
li.altlif'tT. strengthening food you go far
toward removing all dangers. We rec
ommend above all others Malta-Vila a.
especially beneficial to school children. It
is a crisp, delicious, whole-wheat food
containing every element necessary to the
upbuilding of the body and brain.
"Malta-Vita- in its literal translation
from the l.atin means "Malt Life." The
original phrase "For the blind is- tl.e I'f -'
la the winning point of Mal'a-Yiia. On
aciouut of Its large percentage of maltose
or malt sugar, a natural sweetening agent,
it Is eaMly degestible. it.i.:-.iy vS. ,,,.,,,. (
and the best food to form rich, healthy
Malta-Vita la not at all like thv taste
less variety of Baked breakfast foods
the whole family welcomes its appearance
on the table. Always ready to ej.t On u
.cold morning try it. with hot milk or
cream. AJ1 grocers, 10 cents.
The will of the late J.unes O. Megeath,
disposing of property estimated lo be
worth 148,OnO was filed for probate In
county court Wednesday. Practlcully all
of the estate Is left to his three sons and
hjs daughter. Tin- will provides a fund
of t50.C, to be realized from the sale of
the pcr-onul estate, shrill be set aside for
Investment, the proceeds to go to his
daughter, Betty T. Robertson. A similar
fund of I'-S.OOO Is set apart for the benefit
of Anna Megeath, wife of Joseph P.
Megeath, and a third fund of j;n,i)i Is
provided for the two sons, George W. and
Samuel A. The bulk of the estate is lo
be divided among the four children.
One of the bequests out of the ordinary
Is that of tl.000 to Mrs. Kate I.ucus, u nurse
at the Church Home infirmary of Baltl- I $oC.oi
more, Md.. where Mr. Megeath was treat, d vear
in ISM. This gift Is made In consideration
oi me aina treatment lie received. He also I members.
leaved In her hands a trust fund of t'M
for two little waifs known as "Kdith" and
"Truvls," who were In care of Mrs. Lucas
when he was at the hospital. He says he
does not know their surnames, but that
Mrs. Lucas will know them as the children
who used to visit him In his room when he
A petition asking for the appointment of
the three sons George W.t Joseph P. and
Samuel A. Megeath as executors has been
Kstate," being a story of the ups and
downs of that same really, wus told by
C. F. Harrison at the Real Ksiate exchange
meeting Wednesday. He told how Clinton
Brlggs had bought the lot where the Rohr
bough college stands for $J5,fiOO twenty
years ago, had been offered 50,00n six
months after, and finally sold it last year
for 13,0e0. This and a few other instances
of money lost he gave as the dark side of
the romance. The end of the siorv whs a
! happy one, for in the last chapter Mr.
! Harrison gave figures to show that Far
j nam property west of Eighteenth is rap
i idly udvancing. He said no lot on Far-
num east of Twentieth will get too high
until It reaches Jl.OuO a foot.
J. W. Robblns sajd property on that
street between Twentieth und Twenty
j fourth, averages In value $175 to $Jou a
. foot, the difference of $J5 being in favor of
the north side.
8. S. Curtis said the northwest corner of
Twentieth and Farnani is worth $4'0 a
I foot. He said the owner of the property
i at the snutheapt corner of Twenty-fourth
i and Farnam holds It at f:mn a foot.
George Morton, treasurer of the exchange.
r.-an iut report, showing a balance ..f
in the treasury at the close of the
ending November 8. The president
appointed an advisory committee of thirty
A. W. Sldwell of Cleveland, O., deputy
supreme regent of the Royal Arcanum, was
a guest of President Bostwick at the meet-lng.
SHERIFF MAY HAVE TO HELP
McDonald Likely to Re Asked
(el Missing Flection
STREET CAR MAN FILES SUIT
liindarlor of Motor Colliding With
Train ues the I nlon I'aeioe
James S. Rldgeway, the conductor on the
Thirteenth street car that was struck by
a I'nlon Pacific train at the alley between
Leavenworth and Jones streets September
11, has begun suit In district court against
the railroad for $5,0 J damages. He de
clares he was Injured sn badly he la still
under t'-e care of a physician and surgeon.
He ssiys he was thrown from the car lo
and badly hurt about the
Sher.ff McDonald may be asked to as
sist the canvassm ii,ril to get possession i the pavement
i.r the election returns from the s-ust pre- hip and back.
clmt of the Tenth ward. This Is the pre- He charges the crew In charge of the
clnct which failed to make any return of railroad cars were negligent In not giving
the vote to the boaid. l"p to noon Wednes- the usual wurnlngs before crossing the
day no response had been received to the street. The motorman and one passeng. r
letter sent members of the precinct board
by County Clerk Haverly, and he said the
matter might be placed In the hands of the
sheriff. The law lnip.jees a heavy penalty
for neglect of duly by election boards.
and several others Injured In
Ivausns-Nebrasku Foot Hull Usui.
This game will come off at Lincoln No
vember 17. The Burlington will sell tickets
rtt $'.'M for the round trip from Omaha No
ember 17. ticket good return same day.
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I.eulslulurr May Help. Uhleli
Insure Ouod Ktrut'turr at
County. Attorney J'atrick nf Sarpy eouniy '
was in Omaha Wednesday and when asked j
as to the prohat.le. time fnr the efinftnit-i
tion of the bridge across tin- 1'Iatte river ;
at Louisville, which the court had ordered
Cass and Harpy counties to build, he said:
"The eune has been tuken up to the fcu
prrme court, but I understand there I a
move on foot to have the legislature help I
out his wlnter 'so a better bridge mil be j
built thun if the counties c.nMtrticti-d it.
That brklge is quite Important, ax It is
prartirally the only uaitnii briili;e beiween
the North and South I'lutte n, until. in .
this tielKhborhood and It Is a Hharne to have :
It down for such a length of time." I
DEFENSE OF EIGHT-HOUR LAW
C.oss liistroetrd by Mumly tu Prose
' snle all Violations of Statute
in Ills District.
United States District Attorney Onus has
received :i clrculnv of Instructions from
Attorney Oer.eral Moody to proceed, with
prosecutions of all violations of thn eight
hour law relating to public work in whlih
the government is ir.ti rested. However, no
such cases have been called to the atten
tion of tin federal officer in or about
Omaha und until ejeh Informal Ion Is llle.l
there Hill be no prosecutions In this lo'lil
Ity under that law.
-v L-a,uious toughs. Lxtremeiy perilous coughs.
CougLs t!iat mp nJ tear tho throat r.d lunps.
JLftZS DC LLLtZ Coughi 'Uatabakethe wbolo body. You need
JL f regular medicirte, a doctor's medicine, for
7 f f yT iH r wen 1 wiijn. as your aoctor about Ayer'sl
v a VJII U I LO -nerry reciorai lor tnee severe eases.
Illinois Centretl Railroad
Account International Live Stock Exposition
Tickets on Sale December 1. 2. 3 and 4
Return Limit. December 10th
Two Fast Trains Daily
Leave Omaha 6:00 P. M.
Leave Omaha S:00 A. M,
Arrive Chicago 7:30 A. M.
Arrive Chicago 9:30 P. M.
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TICKETS AND INFORMATION AT CITV TICKET OFFICE.
1402 TAKNAM STRtKT, OMAHA.
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