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THE OMAHA SUNDAY ttKK: SEPTEMREli 13. 100
Office 15 Scott Street.
Stockcrt Delia carpets.
Ed Ilogers. Tony Faust, beer.
School Buppllri, Alexander's, 33.1 H Way.
Lewis Cutler, (unural director. 'Phone Si.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tal 333.
Sea great hunting display nt Petersen A
Bchoemng Co. Main tit. .windows.
We know we have the best flour. Baro
la the name. Uartell & Miller, 'Phone 309.
Everything- In the Jewelry line at reason
able prices. All good guaranteed. (J.
Mauthe, ZiS Broadway.
BIGGEST UN H OF FINE RANOB8 IN
THE CITY AT PHICL8 THAT UfcFT
COMPETITION. PttltSE.N SCHOi:
EXcWslor Masonic lndg4 will meet this
afternoon at 4 o'clock for work In the third
degree. At the close of the. session In the
evening a banquet w,n he served.
Building permits were Issued yesterday to
William Ham bur for a one-atory liatna
cottage on Harrison street, to cost fl.tno.
and to William Hansen for a one-story
frame dwelling at the Corner of Avenue
A and Twenty-fifth, street, to cost 11,400.
William Hlggesnn, the city welghmsster,
wss given, verdict for til. the full amount
claimed, agiWnal H H. Williams, a coal
merchant, for testing the Utter s scales. In
Justice Cooper's court yesterday. Williams
contested the claim, contending that It was
part of lliggeson's official duties to test
The esse of Mrs. Fanny Plnkard. the
colored woman charged with being men
tally deranged, was continued Indlflnitely
yesterday by the commissioners and she
wss relesseil In the custody of friends.
Mrs. Pinkard stated she Intended going to
Blotix City, where she was needed to carw
for a sick relative.
The ticket office of the . Milwaukee rail
road depot was broken Into Thursday night,
but the thief or thieves failed to secure
sny booty, .as no money is left there over
night. All of the windows In the waiting
room showed signs of having been worked
on with a "Jimmy" and one of the panels
In the door of the ticket office was broken
Jf. I.. Bpiklng. 27J1 Avenue A, reported
to the police yesterday that while hunt Ink
In the vicinity of Mud Lake, near the
Northwestern tracks, he had found a mall
sack containing four new coats, three of
which were hoys' sise. Although the police
have no record of sny such theft. It is be
lieved the garments are proceeds of a
freight car rohbery.
James W. Williams whs arrested late
Thursday night In this city and yesterday
turned over to Sheriff Linville of Mills
county and taken to Olenwood. There have
been several burglaries In Mills county,
both at Pacific Junction and Olenwood.
and Williams and a man who was arrested
Thursday morning at Pacific Junction are
believed by the Mills county officers to be
responsinie ror them, w imams was ar
rested at 1515 Fifth avenue.
CAF.I IX THE St'PHEME COURT
Seventeen from Pottawattamie
Calendar for the Term.
Seventeen cases from Pottawattamie
county are on the calendar for the No
vember term of the Iowa supreme court.
Five of them are criminal cases while a
few are from the superior court and some
from the Avoca division of the district
included in the criminal cases are
those of Oeorge Matheson, the young man
who shot and seriously wounded Consta
ble J. C. linker, who at the time was a
deputy sheriff; Jackson and Hedg. peth
for blowing the safe of the Council Huffs
Transfer and Stove Storage company, and
Roy Stevens, the linotype machlnst, con
victed of attempted criminal assault on
an 11-year-old girl.
The cases from this county on the cal
State against Oeorge Matheson, state
against Msrlon Hedgepeth, state against
August Carlson, state against Hoy W.
Stevens, state against W. p. Jackson, W.
H. Ware against H. M. Leffert, Walker
Manufacturing company against tho city
of Council Hluffs, Kimball Uros. against
the fit liens' Oas and Electric Light com
pany. Iiorn A McGlnty against Oeorge I..
Cooper, for rehearing, Oeorge Armstrong
against Alexander Campbell, James
Brown against Emllln Hi own. Midland
Manufacturing company against J. W.
Hounds t, Co., John A. Moyers against
the Council Bluffs Nursery company, Wil
liam W. Nason agalnt the Chicago, Hock
Island Pacific Hallway company, Wil
liam MoOIll against the Plntsch Com
pressing company. Elisabeth Flower
against the Ccntlnental Casualty com
pany and John Hurger against the Omaha
& Council Bluffs Street Hallway com
pany. , '
Heal Estate Transfers.
These transfers were reported to The Bee
September 11 by the Pottawattamie County
Afcstrncl company of Council Bluffs:
Council Bluffs Real Estate and Im
provement company to 1-ena O. Sny
der, lot o and the w of lot 4, all In
block 4, Highland place. Council
Bluffs, w d f
Sarah l. Patton, widow, to Margaret
Brady, lot J. In block 8. In Pierce's
subdivision. Council Bluffs, w d
J. J. Bttwart, executor, to H. Nelson,
lots 5 and 6, In block 5, Cochran's ad
dition to Council Bluffs, prob d
Orsee F, Bwearlngen, unmarried, to
Joalnh McClelland, lots 7 and S, In
block S. In Ilayilss and Palmers' ad
dition to Council Bluffs, w d
Thomas E. Huff and wife to E. J.
Fhrenherger. lots 5 and C. In block
l.'i, In Stutesman' second addition to
Council Bluffs, w d
Willis Coy and wife to E. H. Lougee,
hits 1 and 1U. In block 17. in
Wright s addition to Council Bluffs,
w d 1,200
Motrls Hough and wife to S. II.
Hough. nw4 nwi4 of 11 -76-43 ; also
part e4 n'U of 11-74-41. w d 1.300
Jenrle Simon and hushand to I.ouls
Simon, the south 75 feet of lot 9, In
' block 8, In Mvnster's addition to
Council Bluffs, w d o.uuo
I.ouls Bimon, single, to Bernard
Plmon. undivided of lota 1. 5 and
3. In block 3. Jackson's addition to
Council Hluffs. and a atrip 7 feet 11
Inches along the north side of lot 1,
In block 3. In Jackson's addition to
Council Bluffs, w d
Ilenry Slebals and wife to William
Slebals. sw'4 of S-77-41. w d...
. . Ki.OOO
Total, ten transfers.
Coach for High School.
The still tic board of control of the
Council Hluffs High school has decided to
engage W. C. Bleaniaster, a gradute of
Grlnnell college, to coach the foot ball tam
this full, provided sufficient funds can be
secured to defray the expense. Mr. Wen
master's home Is In Lyons. Ia.. but he Is at
present living In this city. The matter Is
to be definitely decided at a meeting of
the Athletic association to be held next
Principal Thomas yesterday expressed the
opinion that the gate receipts from the
games would be more than sufficient to
meet all the expenses of a coach, but thut
before the team Incurred any liability
In this respect he would Insist that It have
enough money on hand to meet the expense
In case the gate receipts sliould fall short.
There is some talk among the member
of thi Athletic association of soliciting
contributions from the merchants snd bus
iness men of the city.
Merles of Hellalous Lectures.
Rev. Edgar Price, pastor of the First
Christian church, will give a series of ser
mon lectures vommenclng tomorrow even
ing. The subjects for the first three lec
tures are as ioiiows. 6riliiiiber 13. "Super
stltiun;" September So, "Adventlsm;" Sep
tember 27, "Mormonlsm," A series of
speclul revival meetings will comments
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday
to the following:
Kame snd Residence. Age
lis P. Gnx-xheck, Oinahu
Ruby f. Wlldnimuth, Omaha...
John Nlederle. Omahu
tiU Vlrny, WUncr, Neb
INTEREST FROM IOWA
Both 'Phones 42.
AUTO VICTIM STILL LINGERS
Doctors Have Little Hope, However,
of Her Tinal Recovery.
EVEREST PLACED UNDER BOND
So harae Filed Aunlnst Hlni, hot
Artlnn Takrn o Assure Ills
Apptirsni'e In (e He
hhoald Be Wanted.
Mrs. Samuel Woodward of 1108 Avenue
who was the most seriously injured in
the accident on Ixiwer Broadway Thursday
night, when an automobile owned and
driven by Frank F. Everest, the well
known real estate dealer, crashed Into two
bulgier, scattering the occupants right and
left, was still In a most critical condition
lste last night. The. chances for the
wnman'a recovery, It was stated, were con
sidered slight. In addition to the fracture
of the skull Mrs. Woodward's right
shoulder was broken.
Pearl O. Wright, who with his wife and
4-months-old baby, was In one of the bug
gies, was suffering considerably yesterday
snd It Is feared he la Injured Internally.
Wright, after being thrown out of his
buggy, was run over by the automobllo and
when the machine was Irrought to a stop
against the curb was found pinned under
neath It, Mrs. Wright was complaining of
pains in her bark, but her Injuries are not
thought to be serious. She and Mr. Samuel
Woodward were badly bruised and wcro
suffering somewhat yesterday from the
shock of the accident. The bubles escaped
without even a scratch.
Everest, while he was not placed under
arrest yesterday by the police, was at
police headquarters, where he was in con
ference with Assistant County Attorney
Ross and Chief Richmond. He gave a bond
In the sum of 12,000 for his appearance
when called upon. No charge was placed
against Everest at police headquarters, al
though It was stated by eye witnesses of
the accident that the speed he was driving
at was In their opinion in excess of the
Statement by Chief Hlrhmoad,
There having been more or less criticism
of the failure of the police to take any
action looking to the arrest of Everest,
Chief Richmond issued the following
statement regarding the matter yesterduy
Relative to the injury of people by an
auto driven by F. F. Everest, tii auifior
ities are awaiting further developments
as to bow serious the injuries may prove.
In the meantime Mr. Kverest bun given
a J2.000 bond to appear and answer any
charge that may hereafter be filed against
Everest declared yesterday that the ac
cident was unavoidable. He said that &a
he started to turn out to pass tho two
buggies In front of him, only one of which
he was able to see, the rear buggy also
started to turn out and pass the forward
buggy. This barred, Everest declared, the
passage of his automobile and left him no
alternative but to attempt to pass be
tween the two vehicles.
The automobile was overturned by the
force of the collision and It was not until
Everest and his companions had extricated
themselves from the wreck that they dis
covered that Wright had been pinned un
der the machine. They at once righted
the machine and extricated Wright.
It Is believed that Mrs. Woodward when
thrown from her buggy was hurled against
the edge of the cement curbing, which
she evidently struck with her head and
right shoulder. The Woodwards were
driving next to the curb on the north
side and Wright attempted to pass them
to the left side when the. automobile
crashed Into them from behind.
Dr. T. B. Lacey, who was dulled to at
tend Mrs. Woodward, held a consultation
at the hospital yesterday afternoon with
Drs. V. L. Treynor and R. B. Tubbs. The
woman's fractured arm was set. but the
doctors decided not to attempt any opera
tion to relieve the fracture of the skull at
Al IHTORH M
Directors Authorise 8ig-nlna- of 'the
"Ground for the auditorium and stock
sales pavilion at the corner of Washington
avenue and Bryant street will be broken
within the next week or ten days," de
clared Eugene Btupfell, president of the
Auditorium company, yesterday afternoon
at the close of a meeting of the officers of
The meeting wus for the purpose of going
over the plans for the proposed building
with Architect F. K. Cox and making other
preparations to begin work on the struc
ture. The executive committee, of which
J. E. Hollenbeck la chairman, was author
ised to close up the deal for the purchase
of the lots on Washington avenue and
Architect Cox was instructed to complete
the plana for the building.
Mr. Cox stated that he expected to have
the plans completed In about a week, when
the contract for the foundation will be let.
The committee having the auditorium build-
i Ing In charge intends following the plan
'Pursued by the directors of the Young Men's
Christian association in regard to the asso
j elation building on First avenue and Seventh
1 street. A contract for the foundation will
be let and as soon as the work is completed
bids will be asked from contractors for the
D. E. Stuart, secretary of the company,
announced that subscriptions to the stock
had reached the IlD.ono mark. It was de
cided that it would be necessary to have at
least !-),(.) to complete the building as far
as is Intended for tiie present, and the can
vassing committees will start out again
early next week to secure the remaining
Send us your lumber bill. We ship lumber
anywhere anil pay the freight. Two cents
gels our estimate. If you ure In the market
for a bill of lumber or hardware let us
quute ou prices, delivered at your nearest
station. We pay the freight, guarantee our
goods and grades and will save you money.
Itemize your lumber wants and let us
figure Willi you. C. llaftr Lumber com
pany. Women t an t ole on Bonds.
It Is not generally understood that women
will be entitled to vote at the special elec
tion on Tuesday, October 27. at which the
question of issuing tttiO.OGO bonds for a
municipal water works plant will be sub
mitted, but such Is the case. City Solicitor
Clem F. Kimball stated yesterday.
"The law seem perfectly clear on the
subject." taid Mr. Kimball. "According to
section 1131 of the Iowa code women' can
vote on any question of the issuance of
bonds, whether for municipal or school pur
poses." While there have been several school elec
tions In this (itv at which the question of
the Issuance of Donds was submitted and
on which wnunn were entitled tj vole, but
I; j lew avji'.ej thcms.iw s of the privilege
As. however, there Is much Interest In tin
water works (uestion, t la likely that
many women will be seen at the poll
on the day of the special election.
A GREAT MANY CHILDREN at'FFKH.
from defects of Vision wholly unsuspected
by parents, defects which If not remedied,
may ruin their after lives. Soiilntlng.
blinking, straining to see, can be corrected
by us nine times nut of ten If taken In
hand early. Dr. W. W. Magnrrell, Opto
metrist, in Pearl Bt.
Candidates to Succeed Brans.
IOWA FALLS, la.. Sept. 12. (Special.)
The nomination of Judge W. I). Evans of
Hamilton for the vacancy on the supreme
bench nuturally starts surmises as to who
will be Judgtj Evans' successor on the dis
trict bench in this district when he retires
to assume the ermine of the higher tri
huiml. It is n possibility that Hon. F. M.
Williams of this city may be a candidate
for Judicial honors. When seen last even
ing and asked regarding his candidacy
Mr. Williams stated that he thought It was
a Utile early yet for such announcements,
Inasmuch as there was yet no vacancy on
the district bench. It la stated, however,
by Mr. Williams' friends that he may bo
candidate when the time comes. At the
last Judicial convention he was a candidate
for the nonilrtstlon, but the honors went
to Webster and Story ctuntlt. It Is stated
that A. N. Booye, a well known attorney
of Hamilton county, is already an avowed
candidate for Judge Evans' place on the
district bench. It Is thought In some
quarters that Petersen of Wright county
and possibly Nagle of the same county
n.ay seek Judicial hone rs.
Omaha Men Bur Pharmacy.
GRINNELL,, la., Sept. 12 (Special. )The
It. R. Rust pharmacy of this city was
today sold to II. B. Graham and will be
operated under the name of the Storm
pharmacy, by II. B. Storm. Mr. and Mrs.
Storm were reared and iducated In Grlnncll
and are graduates of this college, but hae
been connected with drug houses In Omaha
In late years. Mr. Graham, the purchaser,
was also an Omaha druggist and Is the
n annger of the Harding Ice Cream com
pany. Burlington Shippers Protest.
BURLINGTON, la.. Sept. 12. The ship
pers and Jobbers of Burlington today held
a large meeting to protest against changes
In the freight rates now existing. A com
mittee will bo appointed to present the
views to the Interstate Commerce commis
sion and to demand that if lower rates are
granted Des Moines the same shall be given
Burlington In proportion.
I own e?s IVotrs.
CRESTON The meeting of the Rural
Mall Carriers association of Montgomery
county will be held at Vlllica next Monday.
This is the annual convention.
M ARSH ALLTOWN John L. Herher, one
of the first sheriffs of Marshall county
and captain of Company B. Second Iowa
calvary, died at the Iowa Soldiers' home
In this city this morning of heart failure.
MARSH ALLTOWN J. B. Holts, ajred 70
years, a farmer living near Dysart, was
seriously and perhaps fatally Injured and
bis wife badly brulKed In a runaway this
morning. ins team Dreamt irigiueneu
when a tug broke.
CRESTON The local Elk lodge Is plan
ning a return visit to the Maryville tribe
next Tuesday to enjoy the hospitality of
their Missouri brethren. The Elk's cham
pionship game of base ball between the two
lodges will be pulled off at this visit.
CRESTON Robert Barnum, at present
cashier of the Arlspie bank, has been se
lected as cashier of tho new bank to be
opened at Kent, and will begin (his duties
at that place October 1. Mr. Barlium Is an
Afton boy, and his friends are much pleased
at his promotion.
ATLANTIC The members of the Metho
dist church here, after an earnest canvass
for funds, have raised 1705. the amount of
their indebtedness. The money was raised
by cash donations and subscriptions and
this will leave them to start the new con
ference year free of debt.
IOWA CITY Two unidentified men at
tacked and brutally beat Fred Garber, a
young tinner. In the darkest part of the
university campus last night. They fled,
leaving him with a broken nose and other
Injuries. The police have no clue. The
victim may have been taken for another
man by drunken ruffians seeking revenge.
ATLANTIC There has been filed In the
office of the clerk of the district court
a petition in which C. P. Meredith brings
foreclosure proceedings against the L. L.
lie La no property and names all the heirs,
the administrators, S. W. W. Straight and
several Hen holders as the defendants. The
mortgage Ik for $3,5oO and cost and attor
ney's fees added.
CRESTON The old soldier's reunion at
Afton closed yesterday and was a highly
successful affair from beginning to end
In tho sham battle between Company 1 of
this place and the old vets attending the
reunion, the "old boys" were the victors
and were delighted at the opportunity to
thow the National guards Just how it was
done In the "sixties."
MARSHALLTOWrN Rev. William Wind
sor, D. D., who, with his brother, formed
tho first class that ever graduated from
Iowa college, Grlnnell, and who was an
early pastor of the Congregational churches
of Marshulltown, Davenport and Mltchell
vllle, died at Lis Gatos, Cal., today, ac
cording to a dispatch received In this city.
Kev. Mr. Windsor was 79 years of age.
IOWA FALLS After paying bounty dur
ing this summer on over ll.OuO gopher pelts
the pest in Benton county seems ubout as
plentiful as ever. During the last few
months boys and men have boen busy in
that county snaring the Held gophers, re
sulting In 11. pelts being presented to
Hie county auditor for bounty. This has
cost the county $1,120 since the first of the
year. That wolves have not been entirely
exterminated from the county Is shown by
the payment of 172 for wolf bounties since
WESTERN MATTERS AT CAPITAL
General Mandrrson In Washington In
the Interest of Some
WASHINGTON. Sept. 12.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) General Charles F. Mandersun and
wife and Charles 11. Marley of Omaha are
In Washington In the Interest of clients who
have contracts with the government to dig
ditches and canals and other work on what
is known as the Huntley irrigation project.
The secretary of the interior and Mr.
Newell, chief of the reclamation service, be
ing out of Washington, Mr. Mandersun will
be unable to accomplish a great deal al
present. He has, however, put In a few
briefs with the department and will follow
the matter up later. Oeneral Mandersun
and his wife will remain In Washington
several days, eventually going over to Ntw
York for a brief stay before returning tu
Postmasters appointed: Iowa Farmers-
burg, Clayton county, Alva f. Rogers, vice
C. F. Meier, resigned; Hanford, Cerro Gordo
county, Clyde E. Brooks, vice R. W. Scott,
resigned. South Dakota Orvllle, Penning
ton county, Oeorge Hastings, vice M. M.
PREFERS SMALL CREAMERIES
lovra Dairy CatMinlBslouer Says They
ilv Best Service to
CHICAGO, Sept. 11 P. 8. Eustls, pas
senger traffic manager of the Burlington
lailiuad. and II. It. Wright, dairy and
food commissioner of Iowa, testified before
Interstate Commerce Commissioner Prouty
today in the case of certain Urge cream
eries which seek to have a recent Increase
In freight rates on butter fat removed.
Mr. E jet is declared that the former rat
was "ridiculously low."
Mr. Wright testified that the public is
butter servrd by small Iocs! rreamerits
than by big central plants, which have to
bring cream or butter fat fiuiu a long UI.
CANDIDATES FOR SENATOR
Number of Naraei Being; Discussed in
Addition to Cummins.
WALTER I. SMITH UNDECIDED
Certainty of Poult Ion I HOnao
Inclines Him to Tnss I s I nrertsls
Contest for Place In the
(From a 8taff Correspondent.)
PES MOINES, la., Sept. U.-(Bpeclal.)-
The gossip of the day In political circles
"uuuenijr iui ....
dldates for the republican endorsement ior
United States senator under the law Just
passed. The following are regarded as
In the list of avallables:
Oovernor A. B. Cummins, 1 Irs Moines.
Major J. F. Lacy. Oskaloosa.
Congressman W. I. Smith, Council
Congressman J. P. Conner, penlson.
Frank D. Jackson, lies Moines.
Oeorge L. Dobson, Des Moines.
Joe R. Lane. Davenport.
Harvey Ingham. Hea Moines.
E. E. Hart, Council Blufis.
It is regarded as certain that Oovernor
Cummins will be a candidate again, and
the only question Is who will go against
him. It has been Intimated hare that
Judge Smith la not anxious to drop his
place in congress to make the race. There
aome desire to get a candidate who
lives In Des Moines In order to offset
the home support of the governor. But
on the other hand there Is serious talk
that there Will be no candidate on the
ticket except the governor and that he
will receive the unanimous endorsement
of his party. It Is expected that In a
short time a conference will be held to
decide the matter.
Session Laws Will Walt.
Provision was made for the printing of
the three or four bills passed in pamphlet
form, so that lawyers can add the
pamphlet to their volume of session laws,
and these are to be distributed free to
lawyers; but the recess, agreement, which
makes It certain the present session will
not close until In' November, leaves the
matter so that the laws cannot be printed
until after final adjournment. The amend
ment to the primary law will be Included
In the volume on election laws that Is
sent out to clerks and Judges of election
for their guidance. The minor appropria
tion bills passed came near getting com
pletely lost, as today the secretary of
state made Inquiry for them and found
they had not been sent to the governor
for his signature. Inquiry showed they
had been returned to the senate and were
enrolled, but that the secretary had not
cared for them afterwards. They were
found .and sent to the governor In time to
be all right.
Many Reek New Land.
It Is asserted here that near 1,000 people
will go from Des Moines and vicinity to
the opening of the Rosebud reservation In
South Dakota In October.
Prominent Woodman Dead.
Members of the Modern Woodmen have
learned of the sudden death of Dr. Emmet
Porterfield at Indlanola. He had long been
prominent In the order and held high office.
He was an old physician am) had been
riding In an automobile when he suddenly
Get Mar Trains.
The Commercial club of Des Moines has
been notified that the Rock Island railroad,
In accordance with the desires of Dos
Moines people, will add a new train to Us
Keokuk branch and also one to Its branch
to Washington and Muscatine, thus giving
additional facilities for ' the people of a
large section of the state to reach Des
MORRISON 0NTHE STAND
Secretary of American Federation of
Labor Testifies In Contempt
WASHINGTON Sept. 12Frank Morrl
on, secretary of the American Federation
of Labor, was first to tske the witness
stand in the examination before an ex
aminer in the Bucks Range and Stove com
pany's cose against Messrs. Gompers, Mit
chell and Morrison. Under the questioning
of Daniel Davenport of counsel for the
Buck Stove and Range company, It was
sought to bring out facts tending to es
tablish the allegations of contempt on the
part of the Federation.
The testimony was virtually a rehearsal
of matters of record In the case.
Mr. Morrison said he remembered Justice
Gould's opinion and was familiar with the
contents of the injunction subsequently
issued by the court forbidding the publican
Hon of the Stove company's name In the
"We Don't Patronise" list. He remembered
that Justice Gould refused to modify the
order, but had no special recollection of a
resolution passed at the Norfolk convention
of the Federation relative to a "campaign
of education among the laboring men" with
special reference to President Van Cleave
of the Stove company. Upon Attorney Dav
enport producing a report of the convention
proceedings, Secretary Morrison said he
knew that jsuch a resolution was offered
and adopted. He refused to say whether
he. In co-operation with President Gompers,
endeavored to carry out the spirit of the
In support of the charge of contempt, At
torney Davenport offered In evidence a
copy of a circular issued by the officials
calling on labor organisations throughout
the country for fund to aid In defense.
STEEL MAKERS AT BANQUET
Heads of Bin European Plants Ulvt
Function In Honor of Klbert
LONDON, Sept 12. - Albert II. Clary,
chairman of the board of directors of the
L'nlted States Steel corporation, eulogised
President Itoosevcll and spoke In favor of
co-operation und a .better understanding
among the steel manufacturers of tho world
at a dinner given at the lie-form club to
night by Sir Hugh Hill, president of the
Iron and Bteel institute, and the members
of the council of the Institute. The dinner
was a tribute to Mr. (Jury's efforts to bring
together the steel operators of the world.
Men prominent In ths Industry in England,
Germany and France participated. Thirty
persons sat down to the dinner, umong
them being Lord Airedale, Lord Glantowe,
Sir Wert man Pearson. Sir Robert Hadfleld
, and other well-known Iinglisa steel men;
I Ilaron von Itcdcnliausen of t.ie Krupp com
I pany and President Scliulienlirand of the
German Steel works, reprt sentlng Germany,
and G. M. Schnleder of the Creosote com
pany and M. Del La Lirlolle of the Comp
tolr D'Kxportatlon, representing France.
Among other Americans present were Con
sul General Wynne l G. McMurtry of th
United States Steel corporation anl Vivian
II. Smith of J. P. Morgan A Cu.
Mr. Gary came over from Paris for the
function, lie told the Associated Press that
his visit to London was solely (or the pur
pose and thut no meeting with the lirltiuh
steel Interests was now contemplated.
He said that he would return to ParU
I Saturday and sail for New York on next
' Wednesday. Mr. O:ry declared that the ie-
FESTIVAL AUD CARNIVAL
SEPT. 14-19 INCLUSIVE
6 Big Days and lights 6
IN MIGHTY CONSOLIDATION WITH AMERICA'S
GREATEST AMUSEMENT COMPANY
AliAJO 4&!rSf,l sfzcial qs.vht e eiNO s iiti B-rtjk 7.; J?Vjt?? i
MhSaaalwirifti 7i i'?'"c'''T ' tY" wnsisssn imistniTnwe Mf-i l .1." Zi.JtTj. mf
IN A TRIUMPHAL VISIT
Brim full of bright, new attractions housed In edlflre8 of gold and gilt
Nothing Old I tut the Name and tlio H'iiuttlon.
HUH the Killing .Mon.inh In the AiiiUM4ni-nt World!
10 Big Glittering Gorgeous Shows, different from all others.
PARKER'S ANIMAL CIRCUS
the Rreatest variety of wild and domestic animals ever trained In
harmony and quietude. Lions, Tigers, Pumas, Leopards, Cheetahs,
Dogs, Pigs, Goats. Birds, Ponies and Horses. All performing the
most marvelous feats quickly and willingly. An astounding exhibi
tion of educational value, an awe inspiring entertainment.
The big Ell, the largest pleasure wheel ever carried by any
Parker famous Jumping Horses Carry-Us-All. and $10,000.00
Military Band Organ.
FIVE SENSATIONAL FREE ATTRACTIONS
The death defying Latllps In their thrilling double high dive. The
high diving dog, and a host of aerial acrobats.
THE BEST UNIFORMED MILITARY BAND
Our own Electric Light Plant producing over 2,000 lights, making
the grounds a vertiable dream city of glittering gold and colors.
Traveling in our own train of double length cars.
KVEKYTLIXd HEA KING THE PAHKEH SEAL OV CLEANLINESS.
A FI LL WEEK OK GOOD CLEAN Ft'N AXI AMUSEMENT.
port In circulation to the effect that the
new patent act would compel the United
States Steel corporation to build works In
England was without foundation. In his
speech at the banquet tonight Mr. Gary,
after paying a tribute to the British gov
ernment and King Edward, said:
"Other nations arc today equally for
tunate. May 1 digress for a moment to
speak of our president, Mr. Roosevelt, who
has been sometimes misunderstood if not
misrepresented? He Is not un enemy of
capital or business prosperity. He believes
that right conduct Is the first essentlul of
national health, but he also believea that
material success and growth are necessary.
He does not attack Individuals as such, be
they rich or poor, but opposes what lie con
ocives to be wrong, whoever perpetrates
HIIlF.rCVI AS AUK 1 CO.WK.NTION
Resolutions Pledge Anew Fen It' tf
Members to Cause of Ireland.
COLUMUU8. Neb.. Sept. 13. (Special.)
The thirteenth biennial stale convention ot
the Ancient Order of Hibernians was heid
here. State President Con Sheebun of Suulli
Omaha presiding. 'J lie following delegates
were appointed to act on the various com
Ladies' .Auxiliary William Maher,
Omaha; Patrick llylund, Omaha; II. Shan
ahan, Omaha; J. McLaughlin, Omaha.
Resolutions P. .1. l.elinelian, Souih
Omaha; Hcv. P. McDaid, Oiuu.ia; J. J.
CurtU. South Omuha; J. J. Kinney, Omaha.
I'resF J. F. B'-lford. Columbus; J. J.
O'lJonnold, South Omaha; J. S. Haney, Co
lumbus; J. A. Shelian, South Omaha.
Irish History John Powers, Omaha;
Thomas Gahn. Omaha;' Peter Donncly,
Omaha; S. J. Ilyan, Columbus.
Finance T. C. Hogan, Columbus; W. P.
McWade, Omaha; Morris O'lXinuld,
Omaha; John Hyland, Omaha.
Grievance John McGorry, Omaha; Pat
rick Cuniminga, Omaha; D. J. Stafford,
Insurance Thomas Kane. South Omaha;
Patrick Donoghue, Omaha; J. M. Curry,
Columbus. , ,
Organization Daniel Pannehv. Omaha,
J. K. Johnson, Omaha; J. F. Carrlg, Co
lumbus. Tho following resolutions were adopted
by the convention:
Resolved. That being In duty bound, we
aguin renew our expression of love and
devotion to our Holy Father, Pope plus
N and pledge our fidelity to him as head
or the Catholic church. That we express
our deep gratitude to our Right Reverend
Bishop Bcsnnell and the clergy of Nebraska,
who take a deep interest In our order, and
we hope by our conduct e wl I prove
worthy of their confidence.
That we return our sincere thanks to the
members of the order In Columbus for
the beautiful reception and kindly way in
which we were entertained while In their
lily- , ....
mat we again uhci.i,h
fidelity to the fundamental principles of
our order, vis: The complete iniiepeimem e
.. ...., u't.ii,. wf. tie come any incas-
uie that will bring relief to our suffering
brethein In Irwland. nevertheless we will
never be satisfied with unythlng less than
complete and absolute separation from
Kngland. and we pledge ourselves to woi k
unceaiilnaiv to attain that end.
That while e are glad to see any move
ment that will upiin our race "r un..-. ,
' . . i.. u. i.r.m,. nr abroad, we cannot I
as an organization indors. any sp. clil
polio, bin we recognise the right of Lie
Individual member to take ran In any
' . !... I ir hi. and wlil e 10-
Anclent Order of Hibernians stays clear of
all other organisations we will yield to no
organisation or society In our e tons u
men to dictate to us mr i'mj
That we heartily Indorse snd pledge our
fi'llest supoort to Ho- reebl of Irish In
'lus'.ries. which naturally will be the f rest,
est rel'ef to the Jennie of Ireland until
thev be allowed to manage their own af
fairs That e romnicnd the great woi K
, f the I imIIhs' A'ix!"ary nd leronrneni'
that or-.'snlistlnn to the earnest support of
all our iiieinbi-rs. ,u.
That e are In thirty ivmimtln l", . T
recommendation of the nMth.nal president
In retrsrd l" U' nrsanlrstion of iuvi-nlle
envisions, sud e refer this suggestion to
linr IncomH.g ..fleers for their earnest con
birWatliin an.1 development. .
That we h.ar'llv congratulate our na
tional editor. I'atrlck ' l-t i-.lmn. on C.e
aM- and s'-hoisrlv v i" which be has
e.llted the National Hibernian, snd we be
lieve t!at th tonle of eve"- Cethnllc
home would be better for reading such a
pa ner. . ,
We most earnestly recommend to our
nlwri and the'r firel,!es he True Viic
of Omaha, a f .tj r which Is an absolute
necessity In every Catholic home In Ne
braska, and we tnank the Kev. Kditor lor
Hit kindly way In whlc.i l.e has al all times
treated the order, and we sincerely hope.
iliat tne True Voice will find Us way to
every Catholic home In the west.
As members of a race whose devotion to
ill" Catholic chinch Is known the world
over, we believe tiiat our children cannot
make good citizens unless they receive a
1 1 1 n j 1 1 u ii ( 'In Isliiin education In their early
youth, we earnestly recommend the paro
chial schools lor the children or jristi par
ents and wo pledge ourselves to give tnem
our earnest support at an nines.
We view wlin great pride the progress
that lias been made In Ireland with the
Gaelic lsiiKiuiK', and we recommend that
the Incoming statu president interest him
self in organising a Gat lie class In each
division of our order in Nebraska.
That we highly commend the action of
our national president in biiiiBlng about
an alliance of our order with the Gcrinan
We warn hII officers and members that
they must not in any way use the Ancient
Oilier of Hibernians for any political pur
pose; each Individual member has a right
to cliofise his own political party, but our
on!r i-iinnot by any means be used by any
class or party.
The following officers were elected for
the next two years: President, rr. T. It.
Mullen of Omaha; vice president, S. J.
Ryan of Columbus; stale secretary, J. J.
Kinney of Omaha; treasurer, P. J. Lenna
han of South Omaha.
South Omaha was selected as the place
for holding the next convention. After
the convention the delegates were served
with a banquet by the Ladles' .Auxiliary.
Much credit Is due the local arrangement
committee, consisting of I. M. Sul'.ivan, J.
M. Ctirrle, T. C. ll.igan. Martin Costello
and Mark HurUe, for tho success of the
UH A 10
.NOT It IC
Independence ( nuiliihile for Vice
President Told of ! omlnatloM.
ATLANTA, Ga., Sept. 12. Two thousand
persons listened to the formal notification
of John Temple Graves us nominee of the
independence party for vice president of
the United States at the Casino theater Inst
night. Presidential Nominee Hlsgen, Will
lain Randolph Hearst and a score of other
prominent men in the party" were on the
platform. Mr. Graves was given an ova
Moo. Cheer after cheer and handclupplng gave
Mr. Hearst, Mr. Illsgen and Mr. Graves a
Edward K. Clapp opened the meeting, in
troducing Clarence J. Bhearn of New York,
who made the notification speech.
The mention of Heaist and Hlsgen was
the signal for great cheering, the climax
coming with the mention of Colonel Gruves.
While the band played "Dixie" the 2,0oo
people in und about the hull cheered until
(jraVes slopped them by raising his hand
for quiet. After Mr. Graves concluded his
address of acceptance speechie were made
by Mr. Hearst and Mr. Hisgcn.
ITIXKIIAHV OK BKVAN iIVE Ol'T
II Will speak from Cur I'latfona
tnruutt tu Hucbester.
NEW VUKK, Se-.t. 1.. Tlic Itinerary of
William J. Hryan's trip from this city to
Iiochtsur, where thu democratic state con
vention will be iu Id next we k, was given
out at democratic state headquarter tiday.
Mr. Uriah will arrive In Jersey City fn
September 16 at li a. in., arriving at
llouhesUr si 6;22 p m. Wherever slop!
I trniit. Mi. JJiyati win pctk from ld
private car. Alter his addr.s before tin;
democratic convention, Mr. liryan will re
turn to New York, arriving heie ri. iit.mber
17. Mr. lnysa will speak at I'ttiiKie lull
on the r.'.ght of September 18.
Brunei Speak at l.eslnaun.
I-EXINdTMN. Neb., Sept. U.-tSpeclal.)-The
first republican rally in the campaign
ut Lexington took place tonight on the
court house lawn. Henator Norrls Hrown
wus the speaker and made a rousing ai
dless, which enthused everybody. The
Lexington band was out in full force and
escorted the senator from the depot.
Aduertlse In The tose K goes Into ths
homes of thoe you are trying to reach.
Where to Find
The Bee When
Arnold's Park, Iowa.
a OUt rarker.
World Hsws Co.
Atlantic City, N. J.
John A. Msjsns, 10 QoedwUl Ara,
Psnn Ifsws Co.
hep Brea., 9411 Paolfle Ave.
0. B. Whittle.
Yoang"s Hotel Xtvi Staai.
Buffalo, N. Y.
Genesee Xetel Kiwi Btsna.
Xotel Iroquois Mtwa Stand,
amusl Conn, 1S6 SUloett at.
Auditorium Ifsws Stand.
Auditorium Auti Mews Stand.
Jos. Heron, Mews Stand, Jackson and
Greet Mertkern Hotel Hew Stand.
Fost Office Mews Stand. 178 Dssrbera.
Grand rsclfle Xotel Hw Stand,
rainier Xeuse Hewa Stand.
Tern Hewa Co.
Colorado Springs, Colo.
Antler Hotel Hewg Stand.
Oolo. Wholesale newspaper Agency.
J. M. Bilsy, Jr., 3J3 H. Chestnut SV
Hsmlrlck Sook and Stat. Oo , tld 17tk
X. P. Hansen.
Brown Falace XoteL
Glob Hewa Co.
I,. I. Bossman, 17th and Weltea.
Western Hew Co., 1000 17th St.
Des Moines, Iowa.
Mosei Jacobs, 309 6th SI
rrsd Gels, 647 W. ta AT.
Clyde Iilae Hews Oe,
Excelsior Springs, Mo.
E. T. Ashby, 101 W. Broadway.
Slsk A Olsrsnfsr.
Hot Springs, Ark.
T. T. Marks, 838 Central At.
Mrs. Kate Wallace, 134 Central AT,
ti. B. Wyatt, 030 Central At
O. X. W saver Co.
3ot Springs, S. D.
Kansas City, Mo.
Tom a Hew Co., th and Mala.
Blckssoker Cigar Co., ttb, and Walani
Hicksecker Cigar C , 13th and Walaut
Baltimore Xotel Hew Stand.
World Hew Co.
X. J. Bos.
Mexico City, Mex.
Xetel Phistsr Hew Stand.
Prank HuLksru, Brand AT, aad 3rw
Century Hew Co., S. 3rd St.
M. J. Kavsnsugh, 48 8. 3rd St
Wlcollett Kowi bobby Hew Stand.
Mt. Clements, Mich.
X. X. Idchtlg Oo.
New York City, N. Y, .
Broadway Theater Hew Stand.
Imperial Xotel Mew Stand,
rulokirbockor Hotel Hew Stand
Hoffman House Mew Stand,
brand Union Hotel Hew Stand.
Holland House Hew Stand.
Murray Hill Hew Stand.
Belmont Hotel Haw Stand.
Waldorf-Astoria Hew Stand.
Manhattan Hotel Hew Stand.
Astor Hons Hew Stand.
Harry J. fccliuiti, S. ai. Cor. 37th snd
K. J. Hlcltey, 348 3Sth St.
X. &. Boyle, 110 SSth Bt.
Gray Maw Co., Depot Hew Stand.
low! Bros., 114 UbXh St.
Xarrop A UoaUard.
Geo. Xartman, Main ana Adam.
Psnn Hew C.
BellsTue Stratford Bote! Hews Staad
Walton Xotel Hew stand.
A. P. Xsmbls, 3735 X.aacster At.
Tt. Pitt Hotel Hew Stand.
Central Cigar Store, 878 Wah., ce.
ner 4th. '
Bowman Hew Co.
Oregon Hew Co., 147 th St.
Hose City Hew C.
World Hew C.
St. Joseph, Mo.
J. Berber, 613 Zdmond St.
weiia new V.
St. Louis, Mo.
Southern Xotel Hew Btaad.
Hotel Jefferson Hew Stand.
S. T. Jett
St. Paul, Minn.
H. St, Marl.
Ewd. a. Pltspatrlck, 380 Wabash.
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Xosenfeld A Haass a.
Xotel Xaatsfoid Hew Stand.
San Francisco, Cal.
n. Whestlsy Hew Stand.
Oalted Mew Agents, UK Stdv.
Xotel St. Praaul. Hew. Staa"
w w1ll,0- 'OT lk St.
Coas. x. aormau.
Sioux City, Iowa.
Wsst Xotel Hew Stand.
Moadamla Xotel Hews Stand.
Oerald Pitsg-tbbon Hew stand
w, p. Diinoan, Iowa Bids'
John W. Oraham.
Tourist Hsw c.
Washington, D. 0.
Palrfsn Hotel Hsw Stand.
Hew WlUard Xotel Hsw. stand,
Arlington kot.1 Mew. Staad,
Bigg Hons mow. staaA
Owliunbia Mow C
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