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THE OMAHA DAILY BFXr" FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1903.
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MMR. 7.FRKfA.' Armntn massage. 520 S.
lsth. Flat l-VPnon pougla
REAL E9TATI SEALERS.
PAYNE INV. CO.. first floor N. T. Life.
QEOROB A CO..
Fen-xri. . Tel. Douxlas 7M.
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41ENJAMIN R. E. CO., 477 Brandels Bldg.
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Four choice lots; three south
fronts 'finest residence district:
' SOUTH FRONTS
65x125, corner ,-,,.. .$5,000.00
50x125 ..r...v.f. 3,500.00
G0xl65 ; ';; , . ,". 'A A . .$4,000.00
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
-' Sole Agents
. 1320 Farnam Street. '
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1 ' .1CLOSE IN
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Two ford -room modnm cottage, only B
blocks from poatorftc and corner lot for I
store. Rented for 8824 per annum. For
quick sale 84.H60. Apply ,
Bole Agents, 435 Paxton Block.
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FiyE & OffE-HALF ACRES
One.. mile west of Benson and south of
paved road.,' All In- grass; south alope.
trice, ii.tau; izuu.caauv.
PAYNE "INVESTMENT CO.,
First floor N. T. t Bldg. Tel. Doug. 17a,
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LIST Tour property with Chris Boyer. S2d
and Cuming His. () 272
1101 IAXJC - BTREKT.
Beautiful new 6-room and bath, full
bricked basement, el riot ly modern exoeDt
furnace, two full slaed lota, paved street,
permanent walks, block to car; soiling
account now a non-resident; 13,400, 6u
cash, balance 111 per month. Inquire 1101
Lalk. or pnone veDster im evenings.
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TCKJ WANT A COTTAOK ALL, NEW
and ready for you: larger and better than
any other; 26x40 feet; celllnga 10 feet high;
large winuowe, e nice Dig rooms ana bath,
hot and cold water; large attic (floored).
sheeting tight with tar paper, even under
the shingles; cellar cemented and cement
wtiB, uji y WW WW, w. MKt K7('U1U
Ing. Price 2.A About K0A cash, balance
easy terms. Will rent tor 3S per month If
not sold by October 14v Pbona W. 31H. Bee
N. U TRIMBLE, owner, 2bT Bpauldlng St.
, ' . . . ti M780
CHRISTlAW. nreferred. ' to buy 10-room
niodera home; close In; payment Ilk
rt nt. viwner, u . bo.
(li M100 Ux
W''L Jt.uZ rlch builn property rented
Room L New York Lit Bldg.
RKKD ABSTRACT CO., Est. 18U. Prompt
service, uet our prioea. lao iramam St
SPECIAL EASY PAYMENT
Four rooms and modem bath, brand new
house. All modem plumbing; east front
lot; laya high and beautiful; nothing like
it in tne cuy tor price ana term. Price
only $1.6CO( 8100 cash and $?S per month.
Located near umng ana Boulevard.
Keys at our office, .
C. G. CARLBERG,
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BEMIS PARK let. 40x107. east front,- high
na aigntly location. Bargain at xsoo.
Owner. 1214 N. Milt St (1 M28s
. - . ' . $2,450
Seven-room . house," modern except fur
nace; nearly new; ztua capitoi Ave.
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FOR SALfJ Neat T-room house, east-front
lot. at VO 8. 10th Ave.-41.2o0, Requires
about leuo cash, balance monthly. C M.
Baehmann, 4M Paxton Block.
1821 Grace St
$3,500., , EASY TERMS
This Ho, In, all modern house of 7 rooms
is in beat thing offered for a home oi
Investment:- haa full eement basement.
concrete) floor. god furnace; first floor
ha -lc. reoeptioa- hall, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, large pantry and rear en
try; nlc open atairway and three good
bedrooms, with- large -closets and bath
on second floor; rooms on first floor are
nloely papered; th house Is wired for
eleetrl Ugh .ana piped for gas and has
the eet of modern open plumbing. This
nous u lust eompieiea; tn yard 1
sodded and . there- are permanent walkt
It i en bloek from the Dodge street line
and two block from the Bhermsn avenue
line and easy walking distance from the
This can r-e bought for a small cash pay.
ment and th balanr Just Ilk rent
Must be seen to be appreciated.
.. 1 HASTINGS HEYDBN.
1704 Farnam t.
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BEAUTIFUL lot tn Hascom Park district.
- aqitabi for a contractor' horn. Owner
want to build a residence on adjoining
ft eed ishrs to sr.sk arrangement
lth responsible contractor who ill take
this lot as psrt payment at caoh value.
Inqulro Tip H, tTth Hi. (1jt)-M?S4 11
FARM AMD RANCH LAND 9-OU SALaf
GOOD, FARMING LAND Near Denver.
Oree'.ey district; wells 28 to 40 feet; abun
dance e.f moisture; general farming. In
tluilnig cor a aiain; qn crop pays for
NATIONAL INVESTMENT CO..
13 Braadcl BUfc 0'iha. Neb,
FARM Alt D HAC1I LANDS FOR SALB
PUBLIC LAND OPENING
IM.w acre of rich Irrigated land. In th
Eden Valley or soutner-n nyoniing; per
petual water rlsht turrished settlers
uniler Carey act of concres. The great-
t opportunity eveY offered citizens of
tha United States by tha federal govern-
rnent and s'ate of Wyoming to own a
rich Irrigated farm, Cnesp ra'e excur
sions. For full partlculara wrlta or aee
the Glolie Land tni Investment Co.. .111
8. lth St. Omaha. Net). (i) mw
FOR SALE BY
The South Omaha
and Western Rail
Apply to B. A. .McAllister,
U. P. R. R. Co.
U. S. National Bank Building,
w. uorner lzih and
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GARDEN OR TRUCK' FARM.
Bix. 10 or 20 acrea. Starr's Place. south-
west of city. Slat St.. south' of Grover:
Joins new Lane, Ciit-Off, 8-00 per acre;
terms to ault. J. A. HUrr. 1310 . sist St. .
DOUGLAS COUNTY FARM
Only 150.00 per acre. 100 acres ona mile Elk
City; running water. 70 acrea cultivated;
three-room house; barn. Borne oak timber.
HASTINGS & HKYPEN LAND DEPT.
220 8. 17th Bt, .
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A FEW bargains In South Dakota, land.
Retains; In value very fast. No better
land In tbe United States. Bee ua about
this and Join our excursion up there next
month. Oils Land Co., 402 Brandels Blk.
WHEN writing to advertisers remember
It takes but an extra atroke or two of
tha pen to mention the fact that . you
aaw tbe ad In Tha Bee.
INFORMATION OF TRIPP COUNTY
Tha registration for the Tripp county land.
Anmnrtim. 1 I U L Mi anp.. ,1 rrtlla l.n.
will begin October I and continue until
the 17th. This land la even better than
the Rosebud, "Gregory county," which la
now selling tor from $3,000 to .110,004 par
Send 60c for map. land laws, president's
proclamation and other Information. Buy
your ucKeis 10 uauaa, in only tu ti.
town near the land. The Dallas Real
Estate Co., Dallas, S. D., one of tha old
est real estate firms In Tripp county.
HURRY I . HURRY 1 HURRY I "
Buy a farm In Beadle county. South
Dakota. Wheat Is yielding 16 to 26 bushels
per acre, oats 85 to 6V. barley 28 to 40, corn
proapects of 80 to CO, and good farms at
only a to ISO per acre.
For particulars call on V. JC, McMonlea.
Huron, B. D. Office over Jamei Valley
. . MUeellaneoaa. ,.
100,000 acres of western Nebraska and vast.
ern Colorado', improved and un m moved
glands at J6 to 116 per acre; any siae tract.
v ine crops, w rue or come ana see us.
Glob Land and Investment Co., 412 S.
18th St., Omaha. (20) 27t
REAL ESTATE LOANS
LOANS on Improved Omaha
O Keera n, co., wut n. x. l.
FIVB PER CENT .
money to loan on - ,.
Omaha business property. .
Boom 1, New York Lit Bids.
WANTED City toon and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1310 Farnam Bt.
I WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
PAYNE. BOSTWICK 8t CO., N. Y. Uf.
Private money, KXJu to 85.000. Low. rat.
. 221 2KS
MONEY TO BUILD.
8600 to 1200,000 at current rates.
W. H. THOMAS, 60S First Nat. Bank Bldg.
$100 TO 810,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
weaa wag., mn ana f arnam. a
PRIVATE MONEY NO DELAY.
GARVIN BROS.. lw4 FARNAM.
LOWEST RATES Bemls.
MONEY TO LOAN-Payn Is vestment Co,
HIGHEST prlcrs for 2d-hnnd furniture, car
pets, clothes and shoes. Tel. Douglas 8V7L
BECOND-HAND safe to hold books 13x17
Inches. Address, M24 Jones. (25) MJ66 11
RIGHT prices paid for fd-hand furniture.
carpets, stoves, clothing, shoes. Tel. Hen
jm3 (a)-e.7 .
MANAGER Bales and office manager-de
sires position witn respunatme- concern.
wbere thorough experience and abilliy
to hire, train and profitably handle of
fice men or traveling salesmen la re
qulrea. r-xperiencea in manufacturing
and Jobbing , buainess. Familiar with
methods of tha largest and most progres
alu. eonrerna. Af.. 9? wall .Hn,., t-
full of schemes, determination anj
knows how to systemtlxe; moderate' sat
ary to start. Address 1U47 Bra.
TEACH Est desires position as governess;
city or country. Address, Ix-liiO, care Be.
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WE hav In stock (no delay) repairs for
every make of furnace, steam or hot water
hMter, water fronts.
OMAHA STOVE REPAIR WORKS,
IwUb-o Douglas. St. - .
Telephones: Bell. Doug. Wo; Ind., A3&U.
OFFICE OF THE BIOVX. -CITY - AND
Wh.JTn.KN RA1LUAX COMPANY.
Omar-. Nebraska. August 8. Uui
T' iUm v Tahwldwrs:
Notice la Luaby -flven. that Ms annua;
meeting of th atots heldsrs ot '.'he Sioux
City aud Wwtara Railway company ui
b held at the office of th company la
South Bloux City, Nebraska, - at lea (ltf)
'clock a. m., on Thursday, October la, Uua.
to elect directors tor the ausuiiig year and
to ct upon th queatlpn fit aelliug th
railivad properly and franchise of this com
pany to tbe Chlcaao, Brjiuujtuo 4c 4uutcy
Railroad company, the railroad and prop
erty aforesaid being now under leas la
said company, aud for lb traoaactiua of
such other buslues as. nay legally cam
before th meeting. ... . .
By order of th Board of Director.
VT. P. liLRKEE,
' AU Kit
Office 15 Scott Street.
Davla, drugs. ' ' '
Stockart sells carpets.
Ed Rogers, Tony Faust beer.
School Supplies. Alexander's, Sftt B'way.
Lewi Cutler, funeral director. 'Fhon 17.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel 83a.
See great hunting display at Petersen
Schoenlng Co.' Main Bt. wlndowa.
BIQOE8T LINE OF FINE RANGES IN
THE CITY AT PRICKS THAT DEFT
COMPETITION. PEKKKSEN A SCHOE
Ths Ladles' Aid society of Trinity Metho
dist church will meet this sfternoon at the
residence of Mr. Fred Elllff, 1018 Seventh
Justice Oreene officiated yesterday at th
wedding of James Chaplin and Ixiulse
Johnson, both of Omaha, who were married
in this city.
Thecll, the infant child of M. A. Wicker
sham, 221 Eleventh avenue, was reported
to the Board of Health yesterday a suf
fering from scarlet fever.
Mrs. Mollis t Record died .Tuesday after
noon at St. Bernard's hoepltal and the body
win De taken toiiay to her rormer home
at Hartingtcn, Neb., for burial.
A. Jackson. asalslant noundmaster.
charged with assault and battery on Walter
Pollard during a dispute over an Im
pounded cow,- had a hearing yesterday bo
fore Justice Green who reserved his decis
ion until this morning.
Th hearing as to the disposition of th
liquor seised under a search warrant from
the court of Justice Greene Sunday, Au
gust 80, at th Riverside hotel, on North
Thirty-seventh street, was postponed yes
terday until this morning.
Th hearing )n the case of Ell Green,
charged by A. A.-Clark A Co. with dis
posing of mortgaged property, will be held
tomorrow in the court of Justice Greene, a
cnange of venue having been taken yester
day from th court of Justice Cooper.
The Ideal Hustlers' base ball team will
charter a- special train Sunday to accom
modate the fans of thl cltj who expect
to attend the game at Neola on that day.
The tran will leave here at 1:80 p. m. and
win return as soon as me game is over.
Joseph L. Tarkington, aged 68 years, died
Tuesday evening at Morcy hospital from
consumption after an illness extending over
several years. Thre sons and two daugh
tera, all of whom reside at a distance sur
vlve him. The body will be taken to
Panama, la., today for Interment
Isaac Robblns, who was Indicted on the
charge of assaulting with Intent to murder
G. L. Hamilton by shooting at him, secured
the reduction of his ball bond yesterday
from $8u0 to $300. He furnished a bond In
th lesser amount and was released from
the county jail.
A small frSm house owned and occupied
ny (juris Jensen at Thlrty-rirst avenue
and Twelfth street was destroyed by fir of
unknown origin at about 3 o'clock yester
day morning. Jensen la said to have been
away from home for the last week. No
lire alarm was turned Into the fir depart,
Rev. Frank DeLong performed the mar.
rlage ceremony yesterday for th following
three couples: Thomas Cranshaw of Pipe
stone, Minn., and Belle Graves of Rich
mond, ind.; J. W. Thompson and Ida Rlalr,
both of Grand Island, Neb., and J. W.
Klce and Laura A. Oalladay both of I. In
Those In charge of the street fair and
carnival to be held next week have decided
to locate it on the south side of Broadway
between Twenty-fifth and Twentv-aixth
streets. The ground is being prepared and
a fore of men Is at work enclosing the
iraci, wnicn is owned Dy tn viuinn Lum
Drayton W. Bushnell left Tuesday even
ing for Oskatoosa, la., to attend the four
teenth biennial reunion of Crocker's Iowa
brigade. Mr. Bushnell Is secretary of th
organization and the only member of the
brigade in council Bluffs. The organiza
tion will be Invited by Mr. Bushnell to hold
Its next reunion In Council Bluffs.
Mrs. Joseph' E. Hunter of 101 Bluff street,
this city, who, with Mlsg Bertha Hunter tit
Wayne, Nch.,)ls visiting at Akeley Mlnej..
according to a recent Issue of the Aketey
Herald, won rime as a disciple of Isaac
Walton by catching In Mantrao take a
muakalonge - Weighing twenty pounda am
measuring thirty-six Inches in length.
: Mies Gertrude Reed, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Freeman L. Reed, and Dr. Frank I.
Putnam of Gordon, Neb., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert L. Putnam, 1020 North Thirty
second street, Omaha, were married yes
terday noon at the home of the bride's
parents, 226 South Sixth street. Rev. O. O.
Smith. D. D.. pastor of tha Flrat Congre
gational church, officiating In the presence
of only Immediate relatives and few
friends of the bride. Dr. and Mrs. Putnam
left for their home In Gordon list evening.
8. J Bes, a tiu k gardener of Lewli
township. Just south of tne cuy limits, was
thrown fronl 'his wagon In a runaway
accident on 'Pearl street yesterdav after
noon. It Is believed the horse took fright at
a street car, and started on a run down
Pearl street, overturning the wagon oppo
site Baylies .park. Eves, who escaped with
nothing more serious thnn a number of bed
bruises was given attention at police head
quarters. . Jha horses after kicking them
selves free from the .ivertuned wagon were
stopped at th Great Western tracks on
Main street ...
Mar Troabl las Bhlll Fasally,
Internecine 'war has broken out afresh
In the Bhlll family. Arthur Bhlll will have
a hearing before Justice Greene Saturday
afternoon on th charge of embestllng a
bailee a cook stov and other articles of
household furniture. Th complaint was
filed by the young man's father, Andrew
J. 8hill.. Arthur Shlll, who with his wifa
was conducting a concession at tbe Potta
wattamie county fair at Avoca, was ar
rested there yesterday morning by Con
stable Maltby of Justice Greene's court
and brought back to town. He furnished
a bond In the sum of $200 for his appear
anr next Saturday afternoon and took th
next train back to Avoca.
Young Shill stoutly denies embezzling the
cook stove or anything else. He declares
that he had bought the stov and paid for
It with his own -money.
A few weeks ago Arthur Shlll's .wife
brought suit In Justice Greene's court
against her father-tn-law, Andrew J. Shlll,
for (30 'which she claimed to be due her
for services rendered In keeping house for
him. Shlll, sr., countered by causing the
arreat of his son on a charge of breaking
and entering tils house. Th raae was dis
missed. Since th first embrogllo Shill, sr., Is
reported to have married again and on
this account. It 1 presumed, feela the need
of the cook stov which he chargea lila
son with smbexallng as bailee.
Democrats Ar Orgaaislns;.
A meeting wilt be held this evening In
th democratic headquarter In th Squire
building at th corner of First avenue
and Pearl street for th purpose of or
ganising a Bryan-Kern club. The com
mute, consisting of Emmet Tlnley, Dr.
8. D. Tobey, J. J, Hughes, Oscar Younker
man and F. Shoemaker, appointed to pre
pare a constitution and make other pre
liminary arrangements for th organisa
tion of th club, met laat evening. It Is
understood that thla committee (elected a
Hat of officers which It will submit for
approval and confirmation at th meeting
License to wed were Issued yesterday to
Nam and Residence. Age.
Tamona Cranshaw, Pipestone, Minn 40
Belle- Graves. Richmond, Ind .,, xx
James Chaplin, Omaha g
Louise Johnson. Omaha
J. W. Thompson, Grand Island, Neb...... 27
Ida Blair, Grand Island, Neu t
3. W. Rlc. Lincoln, Neb ,; 24
Laura A. Galladay. Lincoln, Neb 28
SaCrmXgS Z.XSTB OF .TO ATLiimO
Low rate; fast lime; excellent service. Ant
any tlcSet saent for particulars or writ.
O. B. BSsTJAKIsT, aSV'L. AOT.
833 So. Cuui k-l. G&lca-r. HI.
INTEREST FROM IOWA
Both 'Phones 43.
HERDING UP ALL TOE ELKS
None of th Herd Expected to Min
the Great Fish Bake Today.
0THEB LODGES TO PARTICIPATE
Addltloa 4 th Food, Tker Will
B m Prog-rasa ( Mast aad "sors
t Eajtertala th Assem
Attention Clkst All members of Council
Bluffs lodge. No. 631, Benevolent and Pro
teotlv Order of Elks, s well aa vUlllng
Elks, are hereby ordered to present them
selves at Ck and Pierce streets this after
noon at 1:11 o'clock. Automobiles will he
In readiness to take you to tha fish bake
grounds In four minutes. Continuous
service from 1:18 to 1:15. Covalt's band
leaves at 1:16. Special street oar service
for the first hour. Bportlng program com
mencee at 1:80 o'clock. Make yourself a
committee of one to welcome the visiting
brothers. This is th biggest thing we have
ever pulled off, so get out earlv and help
til worker. JOE W. SMITH.
Th abov proclamation was Issued yes-
terdsy by Jo W. Smith, exalted ruler of
th Council Bluffa lodge of Elks, who will
hold a fish bake In a beautiful walnut
grove Just east of the city this afternoon,
at which a large number ot members of th
order from On. aha and surrounding towns
will be present as guests. It promises to
be the biggest thing of Its kind ever at
tempted by the local lodge, and th enter-
talnment committee which has the affair
In charge has put forth every effort to
make It a great aucoess' and suataln the
lodge's reputation for hospitality.
Invitation All' Elks.
Tha following Invitation has been sent
out by th entertainment committee:
Hell Oh, Bill! R U coming to th Elks'
fish bak Thursday?
You'd"better come, as there has not been
such dlddlnga slnoe Heck wss a pun.
Automobile eervlce from the car line
from 1:16 to 2:15 p. m. Four minutes' ride
to the pasture wher all good Elks will be
herded. Blue grass pasture with a nlc
Elks spring at tne root hills.
Sporting program will commence at 1:80.
Parade of devil wagons, headed bv Co
valt's band, will leave Oak street at 1:16
Bring your knife and fork and an empty
Nothing to eat but catfish, roast beef.
roast sucKing pigs, spring cnickena. roast
ing ears, Dolled potatoes, roasted sweet
potatoes, lima beans, rye bread, cheese.
. Nothing to drink but coffee, water, but
Admission to grounds to Elk only, so
bring your csrd. Nobody allowed but Elks,
or candidates whose application are on
file with the secretary.
See Paul DeVol make slide for life and
Andy Graham do the sword dance.
- One continual round of pleasure and not
a xrown on any iace.
Prize for the homeliest Elk '(W. I. Smith
See the original Joseph Smith, Nauvoo,
III., surrounded by bis Morman family.
Take car to Oak street, arriving there at
1:15. . .
We have arranged for a full moon on
Thursday. September 10,. ,j ,.
Many Visitor Expected.
The Omaha delegation, "Which la expected
to number between 200 and 800, it Is stated
will be accompanied by Greek's band. Word
was received yesterday that" g delegation
from Shenandoah, fifty strong,. weu Id ar
rive In Council Bluffs this 'morning la a
special car attached to local NcV 61 at 10:16
Members of the ordftr' 1io own auto
mobiles have volunteered .the us of their
machine, and between twenty-flv and
thirty of these conveyance will be used,
to transport the members of the herd from
the end of the street car line at Oak street
to th grounds. '
Whll Chief James W. Mitchell, , who
will take a day off from . his duties aa
county treasurer, and hi numerous as
sistants are' preparing the fish and other
good things to eat, a program of sports
will be pulled off.
The committee on sports announces the
following contest with th-prizes donated:
Homeliest Elk Five dollar Knox hat.
Best Looking Elk Pocket knife, by P.
C. DeVol St Co.
Fat Men's Race Sixty yards. Cuff but
tons by Jacquemln's.
Lean Men's Race One hundred' yards.
Silk suspenders by Jo Smith & Co.
Fre for All Race-t-On hundred yard.
Sliver match safe by Leffert'.
Tallest Elk Shirt by Metcalf company.
Shortest Elk House shoes by B. M. Sar
gent. Oldest Elk Book by D. M. Bushnell.
Youngest Elk Box candy by Clark Drug
Ball Throwing Pocket knlf by P. C.
DeVol Hardware company.
Base ball game.
Ths time for the return trip to the city
, has not been set and Is uncertain. It will
depend td a great extent on the moon and
how long the canteen and commissariat
will hold out.
Railway Employe' Meeting;.
There was a good attendance at the open
meeting last night in the Knights of
Pythias hall of the local branch of the
Iowa tftate Railway Employes' Protective
association, several of the member being
accompanied by their wives and other
members of their families.
Announcement was made that seventy
five new members 1iad been enrolled since
tha laat meeting and that th association
was steadily growing In all parts of the
F. E. Deuel of this city, state organizer
for the association, spoke on th good of
th order, its aima and objects, while
Prof. Ryan added to the entertainment
of the evening with a ventriloquist and
sleight-of-hand performance, which was
Thomas McMillan was elected second
Heal Estat Transfer.
Thaia transfers were reported to The Boa
September by th Pottawattamie County
Abstract company of Council Bluffs
Robert H. Thelnhardt and wife to Ed
ward Walker, lot 6. block 18, Beer's
aub to Council Bluffa." w d 8 2-8
Edward Green)? and wife to Stewart
W. McCall. lot 7. block 17, Beer
aub to Council Bluffs, w d 72S
Emma J. Jackson and husband to
Levi Hlldebrand. e4 se swW 10-70-
40, w d 1,600
John L. Caldwell, single, to Charles
T. Hough, lot 1. Auditor's sub of th
e s W 18-76-40, w d t.'.iA
Four transfers, aggregating..
Looked Too Yoaogr to Wed.
Each wearing a red "tag day" card
showing that they had not passed through
Omaha unnoticed. Charles Brooks, giving
his age as !, and Marl M. McCarley,
asserting sh was 11 year old, and both
giving South Omaha as their plao of resi
dence, applied yesterday afternoon at th
office of th dark of th district court
for a marriage license. They wer dis
appointed, however, aa Deputy Hardesty
decided that th young woman, whoa
light summer dreas did not reach down
to her shoe top, did not look to b aa
old a sh claimed.
"This Is too bad." said th disappointed
would-b-groom when- Mr. Hardaaty an
nounced that he could not Issue the llcns
without better evidence of th 'young
woman. "Our friends In Bouth Omaha
hav planned all kinds of festivities for
us this evening In celebration of our mar
rlage and now w will hav to disappoint
Mr. Hardesty attempted to console th
eoupl by suggesting that th festivities
could be postponed until Thursdsy and
that If th young woman was 18 years of
age they could obtain a license In Omaha,
which would be nearer horn.
Oeorg W. Klein. 1 South Main street
Both 'phones. "Have It don right."
Sterling Lexington steel ranges. Exclusive
agents, Petersen V Schoenlng.
Cnell Committee) Rernmmeads Thy
If th recommendation of th commute
of th whole, which met yesterday after
noon, are concurred In by the city council,
th 150 fort electric light tower In Coun
cil Bluffs will soon be relegated to th
Junk pile. The councilmen Inspected five
of th six remaining light towers yester
day afternoon and decided to recommend
that three of the five b dismantled and
th lights distributed In the respective ter
ritories. The other two are said to be the
property of the Citizens Gas A Electric
company and the committee took no action
In respect to them. It Is likely, however,
that th company will take them down, as
It has been anxious to change the lighting
system for some 'time.
Ths towers at Seventeenth avenue and
Third street Twenty-first and Fifth ave
nue and Twenty-third street and Avenua
B ore said to belong to the city, as does
the one on Oakland avenue. Those at Lit
tle Frank and Pierce streets and Sixth
street and Twelfth avenue are believed to
be th property of the lighting company,
Th committee decided yesterday that th
three towers belonging to tha city were
not In a safo condition and will recom
mend that they be dismantled as soon as
City Electrician McKlnley, who has made
a careful and thorough Inspection of all
th light towers. Is of the opinion that the
six now In use are unsafe and ought to be
dismantled. Mr. McKlnley states that If It
were only a matter of guy wires and sup
port the repairs could be easily made, but
he does not consider the main structure
worth repairing. In order to replace the
defective parts of th main atructuer. th
towerl would have to be ' practically dls
mantled and reconstructed, which would
mean a big expenae, more than th result
would justify, In Mr. McKlnley' esttma
There Is no doubt but that residents on
Oakland avenue and In the territory lighted
by the tower on that avenue will strenu
ously oppose the removal of that tower.
The Report and recommendations of the
committee of the whole will be submitted
at the meeting; of the city council next
The councilmen also visited Hazel street
where the property owners had petitioned
for a widening of th street. The commit
tee will recommend that the request, be
Mayor Mahoney announced yesterday the
appointment ot Councilmen Rlgdon,
Younkerman and McMillan as the special
commute to enter Into a contract with
the lowest bidder on the construction of
cement sidewalks. He also announced that
he. City Solicitor Kimball and Councilmen
Younkerman and Jensen will comprise the
delegation to represen the city at the an
nual meeting of the League of Iowa Muni
cipalities, to be held In Ottumwa Septem
ber 16, 17 and 18.
Fall term Western Iowa College Is open.
Enroll any day. Send for catalogue.
Wanted, places for ladles - to work for
room and board. Western Iowa College.
Boys Travels Enoaa-h.
DAVENPORT, la., Sept. W.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) Harold Henley, the 11-year-old
Davenport boy who had an aggravated at
tack of wanderlust, walked Into hts home
today after his parents and th police had
sought him a week and finally given him
up for dead. With 840 h had gone to Clin
ton, la., then traversed the state four
times to Sioux City, back to Chicago, then
to Omaha and back to Clinton. He trav
eled on half fare and had Just money
enough to bring him home, hungry and
broke, to receive the welcome accorded the
SHIRTWAIST BOXES. 91.25. UP. GEO.
KLEIN, II SOUTH MAIN STREET. BOTH
He sees best who foresees the conse
quences of ey neglect and sees us In time
to avoid serious optical trouble. Dr. Vf,
W. Magarrell, Optometrist, 10 Pearl atreet.
lows Mew Note.
MARSHALLTOWN C. H. E. Bonrdman,
playing from the scratch won the eleventh
annual golf competition for th George R.
Morse cup at the Country club yesterday.
Mr. Bonrdman turned un 81, one below
bogey for the eighteen holes. Thirty-four
started and tweniy-flv finished.
MARSHALLTOWN The new Presbyter
lun church Is to be dedicated Sunday and
at the same time the congregation will
celebrate the semi-centennial of tho found
ing of the church. The principal rpeakers
are to be Rev. C. H. Purmort of Des
Moines and Rev. H. W. IV.herd of Water
loo. WEBSTER CITY-Progresslv republi
cans In this city have clrdculated a petition
addressed to Hon. John L. Bleekly of Ida
Grove, a member of the atate legislature
and candidate on the republican ticket for
atate auditor, asking Ihat he use hie Influ
ence to prevent the standpatters In the
legislature from continuing the so-called
bolt on Governor Cummins, who is the
republican caucus nominee for senator.
MARSHALLTOWN The three Italians
who were arrested Friday, when the police
raided un Italian home at 502 Railroad
street and found a vast quantity of stolen
merchandise, we:e arra'gned tn Justice Mil
lard's court this afternoon. A charge of
receiving and concealing stolen property
was lodged against them by W. G. Conrath,
a special agent for the Northwestern rail
road. All three pleaded not guilty and tr.tlr
frellmlnary examination wes'set for Hep
ember 17. The bond of each waa fixed
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, Pampa. Pomp.
Do. you need any kind of a pump? Let
us give you prices. Iron pumps, up from
8L80. J. Zotler Mer. Co.. 100-101-104-106
Broadway. 'Phones 320.
POLICEMAN AVERTS TRAGEDY
Wemnn Stopped a Eh Waa Gala to
tho Blver to Drews Self
Another tragedy In the already swollen
annals of recent trouble In Omaha waa
Fiairuwly aveited Wvduedy night about
U o'clock by the Intervention ot the police.
Mra. Albert Bennls. who lives at 618 Wil
liam atreet, waa on her way to ths river
to drown herself and 2-month-old baby
which she waa carrying In her anna, when
ah wa met by the patrolman on th beat
and brought to th polio station. Th
policeman acted on advice from th mother
ot th despondent woman, who says de
mesne trouble Is th cause. Pgllc Captain
Moatyn sent out for a bottl of milk for
th baby, and mother and child wr lodged
In th matron's department ot th jail tor
FIXING ITINERARY FOR TAFT
National Committee Beg-ini Work of
Arranging for Tour.
WEST VIRGINIA CASE SETTLED
Istlrsiaa Hltrhcoek reelses th
Swisher Coaveatloa a Reralar .
N Division Oyer Claestloai
CINCINNATI, O., Sept. W.-Pendlng th
arrangement, by the republican national
commute of th detail of Judge Taft's
Intends! trip through the country, the plans
for th Cincinnati campaign arc being held
In abeyance. ' But two appointments for
delegation to visit the candidate here hav
been mad, September IT and 22. The an
nouncement through th press that the
"swing around the circle" wss to be made
by th candidate, has resulted In a deluge
of letters from various sections, Inviting
addresses. All such Invitations are being
referred to the national committee for
consideration. The one thing settled about
the traveling campaign is that the candi
date will b In Chicago October T, wher
he will address the Lake-to-the-Gult Deep
Waterway association at th Auditorium.
This decision was made final today, al
though Mr. Taft had soma time ago re
sponded to an Inquiry on the subject by
saying that should the Invitation be ex
tended formally, he would accept. Mr.
Bryan has accepted an invitation to address
th association October I.
Judge Taft's first day in Cincinnati was
taken advantage of by many of hla per
sonal, political and professional friends to
pay their respects and from the time he
reached his newly estsbllshed offices at
the Slnton hotel, shortly after 10 o'clock,
until late In th afternoon, h was con
stantly engaged with callers, among whom
was Representative Nicholas Longworth.
Mr. Longworth, under ths direction of the
speaker's bureau of the national committee,
wilt devote all his time to tha campaign
after the 15th.
A. I. Vorya. Judge Taft's chief of staff,
mad .a call on Senator Foraker here to
day. It was eald to be a social call, with
no political significance.
Swisher Ticket Recognised.
NEW YORK. Sept. 10.-Th Involved poli
tical situation In West Virginia, where the
factions led respectively by Arnold Scherr.
now serving a second term as auditor, and
Charles Swisher, secretary of state, have
each been claiming recognition as the
regular representative of the republican
organization, was cleared today by the
reclgnltton as regular of the convention,
presided over by Congressman Joseph H.
Gaines, leader of the Swisher forces. The
fight had been carried up by Chairman
Frank H.- iiitchcock of the national re
publican commute who appointed National
Committeeman W. L, Ward, T. C. Duniont
and, Charles F. Brooker a subcommittee
.to hear both aides and pa on the respec
tive inertia- vi me claims aavancea.
Only Osi Set of Electors.
Chairman Hitchcock said tonight that he
had been assured that Irrespective of any
aotlon that might be taken by the Scherr
faction In the matter, It was absolutely
certain that but one set of presidential
electors Would be nominated in West Vir
ginia, so that th fight, if on be made,
will affect only the state offices to be
filled and will. In no way Imperil the na
tional ticket. The chairman added that
the committee counted upon the loyalty of
West Virginia republican to proteot In
every way th Interests of th national
candidates and had every reason to bellev
that such protection would be afforded.
Vic Presidential Candidate Sherman Is
expected at headquarters tomorrow. Chair
man Hitchcock will be at headquarters the
rest of this week.
RBNATOR ANKNtiN I DEFEATED
Governor of Washington Also Lose
SEATTLE, Wash.. Sept. 10. Incomplete
return from th state primary election
Indicate that Senator Levy Ankeny ot
Walla Walla has been defeated for re-
nomination by Representative Wesley L
Jones of North Yakima by from 1,500 to
8,0i)0 votes, with Judge WlP.am II. Bnell
of Tacom far behind.
In the race tor governor the incumbent,
Albert T. Mead, has been defeated, with
a decidedly close vot between former
Governor Henry McBride of Seattle and
Samuel G. Cosgrove of Pomeroy. Under
th law th winning candidal must re
ceive forty per cent of tha flrat choice
vote, and where four or mor candidates
ar running for the second choice must
be voted for. McBride seem to hav a
slight lead on first choice, but Cosgrova
haa a decided advantage for second choice
and may be the nomine.
Congressman William F. Humphrey of
th Flrat district and Francis W. Cusli
man of Tacoma, Second district, were nom
inated without opposition.
PLEADS FOR PLAYGROUNDS
Mr. Heller Addresses National As
oolatioa on Practical Workloars
Of Omaha's Juvenile Cltr.
NEW YORK, Sept. 10. Drawing a very
convincing moral from the observation ot
th working of Omaha's Ju enllo City,
Mrs. II. II. Heller, chief probation officer
of Omaha, made a strong pit a tonight
before the second annual congr,s of the
Playground association of America. In ses
sion here, for the giving of a wider scope
to the playground idea, and the brondenlng
of Its sphere of Influence so as to Include
.'".enlle cities and school gardens.
Mrs. Heller, "After pyschologlcal analysis
ot "tha boy," arrives at the conclusion
that the mischief that h does is not the
result ot terperamnntal vlclousness. It Is
merely th giving vent to tha tremendous
activity and vital force In him.
In order that th boy find a Joyous vent
to all thla pent up energy, the playground
has been Invented and devised. Mrs. Heller
ha nothing but praise for the public school,
but she finds that too much attention has
been paid to th develpoment of the Intel
lectual side of th boy, and not enough to
what Is just physical In him.
"There I so little of us brains." she ar
gues, "and so much of something else,
that w ar forced to consider th entire
entity. Th playground la th rescue," sh
concludes, "to rescue the whole boy."
"Th adequate equipping of a reasonable
number of playgrounds," sh declares,
"would ellmlnavt most of th misdemeanors
arising from misdirected energy. After a
rather Intimate aeqnslntsnce with youthful
delinquents, extending over several wears,
I am prepared to give expert testimony to
th effect that W per cent of them are. In
popular newspaper parlance, 'Just kids.1
'Kids who ain't had no chance.' Give th
whol by eot Just the boy Intellectual a
a normal experience, and you will find
"No mor wholesome beginning can be
conceived for- social relation . than th
natural standard of th playground, that
th body be a strong, skilled tool for
aohievlng. No better plac to accept good
standard and wholesom way ot pleas
Ing; no better place to tske Instruction by
Inference, and perhaps t'i ways for d-f-
Inlte and specific Instruction win appear.
If the playground can put the much ..
needed oclal training In rearlr of children
whose opportunities r limited. It will b
Its greatest service. If it eari g1v them op
portunities to hear good music,' and sing
good songs, dance upon good flrtor. culti
vate plensluat. kindly manners. ImltAt
worthy examples, give heed to the high.
Ideals of th novel and th drama. In asso
ciation of others of similar aim, It will be
filling a great need felt In every commun
'Based upon a close observation of
Omaha's Juvenile City and a rather Inti
mate acquaintance of what might be termed
the frazzled edge of our social fa hi I o, I
bellev the playground ha com to stay,
not only as a vent tor precious, Tnut bar
baric, energy; not only as ft school for citi
zenship, perchance higher politics; not only
aa a laboratory where pedagogues may
learn methods and economists read th
signs of the times; Ml only even as th
children's club and commercial center; but
aa a social dynamo, gathering Invisible
wasting fore and transmitting It Into
vital electrifying power that shall go thrill-.
Ing and throbbing to the remotest corners
of th community stirring to the achieve
ment of better homes, better " 'children.
fuller and better lives. h!xhr and mor
Joyous living, which I take to1 be the great
social need, the most acceptable praise and
glorification of God." ..', '
EVANS IS NAMED FOR JUDGE
Franklin t'oanty Man Wlas th
Prls on the Tenth!
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DBS MOINES. Ia., 8pt. 10.-(Bpeclal Tele.
gram.) Judge. Evans of Franklin 'county-
was nominated for supreme Judge, to suc
ceed the late Judge Bishop on th tenth
ballot at o'clock. ' The balloting had
continued steadily. The first changes wer
Ui ths direction of Increasing the vot ot
both Evans snd Roberts -and losses, from
Berry and McHcnry. Later Berry recov-,
ered his Btrength and Roberts commenced
to lose, but Evans gained steadily all
through. Finally ' th heavy counties In
southern Iowa turned ta Evans. When it
was too late for any effect Polk county
abandoned McHenry and went to Perry,
but the strength or Gaynor and Green
disappeared and Evans wss the winner..
The final vote was: Evans, 628; Berry,
264; Hobson, 114; Coyle, 63; Green, 47; Healy,
21; Roberts, 81.
Th senate this afternoon took - up th
house primary amendment bill paseed by
'th house this forenoon and. passed It by
a vot of 46 to 8, those voting la the nega.
tlve ' being Dearmond. Bruce and Jones.
No amendments wer-mad -to th'ous
bill and when engrossed and signed It will
become a law. It provides for a asperate,
ballot on senator and provides that those .
voting at the June primary for other po
litical parties cannot hav the ballot In
November. Every person must make re
quest in writing for a bnUot on senator and
his written request is an affidavit awear
lng that he la In aympathy with tha prin
ciples of the republican party and has not
participated In any other party primary
within a year.
Senator Bruce Introduced a concurrent
resolution to adjourn on Friday to Novem
ber 10 and to meet then and elect a aen
ator. The resolution went over under th
rules. It Is thought if no election Is, mad
tomorrow the legislature will adjourn o .
Friday. . . .
RECEPTION FOR VANNUTELLI
Pope's Legate Formally , Received im
London by Prelate from All
Over tho World, ,
LONDON, Sept. 10. With all th solemn
splendor of the Roman Catholic church,
Cardinal Vlncenzo Vannulollt, the pope's
legate, was formally received by the. pre
lates who have gathered heru fur the eu
churlBtic congress over which lie will pre
side. The reception took place last evening
in a Westminster cathedruL Long before
the arrival of the leguto every scat In. the
cathedral, which la capable of acommodut
ing 8,000 people, was occupied. . The gal
leries -were crowded and In tho streets
thousands waited for hours to got a
glimpse of the pope's represents tlv. . Catr
dlnal Vannutelll, with the attending priests,
walked from the archbishop's house, a
block from the cathedral, through llhes of
cheering people including hundreds of
priests who came from almost every .
country In the. world, to attend the con
gress. The legate then addressed :h prelates.
of whom there were a gratet number pres
ent than hav gathered in on' plac in
England In centuries. Th cardinal spoke
in Latin. ' i
After giving expression to ths honor h
felt in the mission confided to him by the
pope, he said that what touched th dele
gate most deeply was that they wer r
receiving such hospitable welcome in Eng
land. If In the passage of time painful
divergencies had arisen they had gradually
been changed into a desire for peace, and
so, after centuries, for th first Urn th
door ct "Fre England'" had been opened
to a pontifical cardinal legate, the princea
of the church, the bishops, and, select
group of eecleslastes, ' '
In a few eloquent words the legate then
thanked England for th reception given
Archbishop Bourne replied In English. He
welcomed the papal legate In tha nam ot
ttio clergy and the laity of England.
SENSATION IN COPENHAGEN
Many Million Involved In Embfiils-
ment of Former Minister
COPENHAGEN, Spt. 10. The downfall of
M. Albertl, th former minister of Justice,
who yesterday surrendered to th police
and confessed to a series of fraud against
the Bond and Bondestandens Sparkaaae, a
savings bank of which he . was. president.
Is felt the keenest by those who wer his
most ardent admirers and special friends.
Ths exact amount Involved through AJ-
bertl's fraudulent operations and embez
zlement has not yet been ascertained, but
will be several millions of dollars. Th
Danish Farmers' Butter Export associa
tion alone suffered a loss of 81.600,000, while
widespread ruin has been cauaed among
thousands of peaaants vrom whom th for
mer minister of Justice derived hi power.
Th minister of finance even now I con
sidering th advisability of th state as
sisting the ruined depositors.
According to Albertl's own story, h pa
gan falsifying the accounts of th bank
In ls94. vn year, before be was ap
pointed minister of Justice. The bulk of th
money and hla own - million wer lost, he
says, through speculations fn various Amer
ican gold mines.
Cored Hay Fevor ) Cold.
A. J. Nusbaura, Batesvllle, Ind..' writes:
"Last year I suffered for thre months with
a summer cold so dlstrosslrvg that it In
terfered with my business. X had many of
th symptoms of hay fever and a doctor's
prescripitno did not reach my cast, and
I took several medicines whtuh seemed to
Counterfeit Dolsor .-
buy trouble, but a genuine, quarter buys
Dr. King's New Llf Pills; fog unsb
patton, malaria and Jaundice.
Be want ad produce result.
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