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THE OMAHA DAILY' BEE: MONDAY. OCTOBER 12. IMS.
Office 15 Scott Street.
Stockert sell rsrpets.
BEE WANT ADS PAY.
Ed Rogers. Tony Faust beer.
twls Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone 37.
Woodrlng t'ndertaklng company. Tel. 839.
KINB FERNS AT HERMAN BROS., 10
C. C. Haynes. funtral director and en
halmer. tul Broadway.
Hugs made from old earpets. Council
Illuffa Hug Facte ry. Tel. tit.
Via know we have the beat flour. Earn
la the name. Barlell ft Miller. Thono .
Gi-milne handmade art rraft Jewelry and J
denulne handmade art craft Jewelry and
Select your plrturea from the largest
picture department In the city. Borwlck.
2j9-211 South Main atreet.
The C. Hafer Lumber company aella
builder' hardware on the name plan aa
lumber. Quick sales and email protus.
The regular weekly ahoot of the Potta
wattamie Oun club will be hold thla after
noon at tha club range at Lake Manawa.
A marrlnge license wi loaned yesterday
to V. T. Marsh. Jr.. agod 25 of Uncoln
Nob., and Mips BuliKy C. LeFeber, aged
22, of this city.
A sperial mectlrar of the Board of Educa
tion has been railed for Monday night at
high school buldlng.
Air tight heatera. 13.00, $.150, $4.00; oil
heater, $4 50, $f.0u. $6.00; Juat the thing
for these cool evening. I'. C. DeVol Hard
ware Co., 6"4 Broadway
The Associated (.liarllle will hold It
regular monthly business meeting and a
linen thuwir Monday afternoon at 230
o'clock at the home of Mra. J. W. Bell,
Si'4 Fifth avenue.
Word haa been received here that the
body cf the late Mra. H. K. Bmlth, wuo
died -a ew days ago at l'ortland, Ore., haa
been rromated and will be brought here
by Mr. Smith for Interment In the family
lot In 'Walnut Hill cemetery.
Central chaptor of tne Woman'a guild of
HI. haul's Episcopal church will meet Mon
day alter-iuoii at the tesldeme ol Mrs. J.
H. Atklna on Sixth avenue. Oakland chap
ter will meet at the hunw of Mra. fainter
Knox, Zii North ttecond street, Monday
An Information charging Soren Albertson,
at present an Inmate of dt. Bernard a hoe-
Sa'y'VlVr. TndTfe ml'oT- J
era will hold a hearing of the case Monday
morning. Albertson, who Is a gardener,
waa taken to Mercy hospital last Sunday
for treatment, but three days ago it wna
found neceAsary to transfer him to St.
Dr. Frank H. Leonard, C. S. B. of Brook
lyn, N. V.. will deliver an addreaa on the
subject of Christian Science at the Star
theater next Thursday evening under the
auspices of the First Church of Christ
Scientist, of this city. Dr. Leonard la a
member of the Christian Science Board of
Lecturshlp In the First Church of Christ
at Boston, Mass. Admission to the address
will be free aixl no collection will be taken.
Charles Darnell, who conducts a bicycle
repair shop on North Main atreet, In the
rear of which he and hla wife lived, yn
tcrday called upon the police to assist him
In recovering a diamond atickpin, which he
alleged his wife had taken with her to
Omaha. It developed that Mra. Darnell
went lo Omaha Friday and secured em
ployment in a restaurant at 16o8 Webater
street, conducted by a friend. When he
missed the pin Darnell mounted his bicycle
and hiked to Omaha, but told the police he
was unable to get possession of the pin,
which he valued at $85. Darnell said he
did not object to his wife working In the
restaurant In Omaha, but that no waa
anxious to get possession of the pin.
On -with tho New Health. Ray.
Off with the old worries of bright light,
or no light. Incidental to poor lenses.
On with the new lens of QUALITY
LIGHT and perfect sight the only eye
glass' ' tVwsmftt!n fiatural light.' '
On with eye eaae, comfort, satisfaction
and safety represented in the HEALTH
We are exclusive agents. Ask to see the
new Health-Ray. DR. W. W. MAQAR
RELI, OPTOMETRIST, 10 Pearl St., Coun
cil Bluffs, la. Factory on premisei.
Sole agents for the famous Radiant Home
Baseburners. Petersen St Bchoentng Co.
Real Estate Transfers.
These transfers were reported to The Bee
October 10 by the Pottawattamie County
Abstract company of Council Bluffs:
J. M. Rambo and wife to Pearl
Rambo. lot 4 In blk. 6 In Turley's
add to Council Bluffs, w. d $
Merrltt Barnes and wife to Martin
Plahn, part of blk. 46 In Allen's add
to Avoca, la., w. d
A. U. Brown, widower, et al to Pearl
Deed N. 43 ft. of lots . 7, 8. In blk.
Z in Mullins sub to Council Bluffs
Richard J. Organ and Wallace Benja
min, referees, to A. W. Tyler, pt.
ne4 nwH of 8-74-43, referee's d
Richard J. Organ and Wallace Benja
min, referees, to Katherlne V. Fog
arty, lot 4 in blk. 6 In Bayllss' Jd
add to Council Bluffs, referee's d 4500
Total five transfer $7676
Wash Markiat Specials.
S'X 2 square Western waaher, $3.75; No,
S square Western washer, $4; tho Majestic,
$6.71; Round American, $3.75; the One
Minute. i $10. Let us send you one on trial.
Water Motor washer, $15, etc., etc, J.
Koller Mercantile company, 100, 102, 104 and
106 Broadway. 'Phone 8M.
Night school Weatern Iowa college opens
next Monday evening. College office open
ivenlngs this week.
The Beer Yon Like
Cases 2 dozen 2 Cf
Large Bottles Jpj.VU
Cases 3 dozen O OA
Small Bottles 5J,VU
Ad alio wane of II fO will be made
upon return to ua ot the amply cat,
and all of the empty bottles la good
Orders will be taken for Luxut
in let than eat lot at the follow
$2.00 per do. Large Bottles
$1.35 per doz. Small Bottles
1306-10 DougUs Street
AUTO. A3SI1 DOUGLAS 3SS
aetata New la Soft Drtaka.
'A delicious. non-lntoxlc-tnr bever
age, combining the nourishing and
tonlo properties of Barley-Mali and
Hops not a chemical concoctlf n. It
contains less than one-half of t per
cant, of alcohol by volume, hence con
forms with United States Government
laws regulating tha ele of aof t drt ka.
It tastes well, looks well and malces
one feel well.- It being prepared b
uheussr-Buach guarantee lis merit
INTEREST FROM IOWA
Both 'Phones 43.
CHANCE FOR FIVE-CENT FARE
Attorney General Byen Has Confer
ence with Street Eailway Men.
SUGGESTS WAY OUT OF TROUBLE
Coupon Books at Fire Cents Per Itlile
Wlthoot Any Limitation na to
Tim la Which They
Mast Be I'ard.
Attorney General H. W. Byers waa In the
city yesterday afternoon between trains
enroute for De Molnri to his home In
Harlan to spend Sunday with Ms family.
By arrangement Mr. Byera met President
Ourdon Wattle of the Street Railway com
pany, Attornoy Jonh L. Webater and
Messrs. Harl A Ttnley, local attorneys for
the Street Railway company. The con
ference. It Is said, was to enable Mr. Byers
to secure certain data from the street rail
way company which he desired to assist
him In his Investigation of the company's
statue In this city, this Investigation hav
ing been undertaken at the request of the
Improvement clubs of the western part
of the city.
Before leaving for Harlan Mr. Byers
atatrd that he waa not prepared as yet to
make a public statement as to whether he
proposed or expected to bring any action
against the street railway company. "Dur
ing our conference I mado the suggestion,"
said Mr. Byers, "that If the street rail
way company would Issue coupon books of
i thirty rides for $1.50 without the time lim
itation I believed It would go a great way
to satisfying the people of tho western part
of the city. This would give practically
a straight five cent fare e those people
living In Council Bluffs and working or
having much business In Omaha." Mr.
vtvr.ru aM ha believed the company would
H -ton aome cons.derat.on.
BATTEY APPEALS FROM ORDER
Action Taken to Protect Salary In
Case Ouster Falls.
H. V. Battey filed In the district court
yesterday notice of appeal to the su
preme court from tho order of Judge O.
D. Wheeler suspending hlrn from tho
office of clerk of the district court. Judge
Wheeler's order of suspension was made
Aoril 11 of this year, and th time within
which such an appeal could be taken ex
pired last night.
The appeal does not affect the ouster
proceedings and will not Interfere with
the trial of that action. The second trial
of the ouster suit had been assigned for
next Tuesday, but under the new assign
ment of Jury case made yesterday by
Judge Thornell has been set for Monday,
The appeal will probably not come be
fore the supreme court before the Janu
ary term of next year. If It la sus
tained the effect would be to reinstate
Mr. Battey In office and entitle him to
the salary of the office from the date
of his suspension until the close of this
year, when hi term ends, or In the event
of a verdict being returned against him
In the ouster proceeding now pending;, up
to the date of such verdict '
Tha trial of the suit of J. L. Farthing
agalnet the Alfalfa- Meal company, which
ha occupied the greater part of the week
ana which was expected to go to the
Jury yesterday, cam to a sudden termina
tion yesterday morning. After motions
on the part of the defense to strike cer
tain parts of the pleadings of the
plaintiff had been sustained by Judge
Thornell, counsel for Farthing disnTlssed
the suit without prejudice to further pro
ceedings and Immediately filed original
notice of a new action for the same
amount claimed In the original suit,
$6,000. "Breach of mission contract, dated
July 31. 10," Is stated In the notice
of the new suit as the allegation upon
which the damage are claimed.
Alice Btrbllu filed suit for divorce
from Thomas Blrbilus, to whom she was
parried In this city April it, 1906. Mrs.
Blrbilus alleges that she was forced to
leave the defendant on September 16 of
this year on account of the cruel and In
human treatment to which he subjected
William Grady end Robert Stevenson,
who, on separate trial.. -were both found
guilty of breaking Into and robbing the
saloon of. William Pfaff on South Main
street on the night of June 1 last, were
sentenced by Judge Thornell under the (re
determinate law to not exceeding ten years
each in the penitentiary.
A fourth and what will probably be the
last assignment of Jury cases for this term
was made by Judge Thornell yesterday as
Monday October 12 M. L. Mark v Illi
nois Central Railroad company (special).
P. O. Alleshcuse vs. Samuel Allis.
Tuesday, October 13 W. L. Richardson
vs. John Vlck et al. Luvincy Langdon vs.
v limit's i'veriy ei ai.
Wednesday. October 14 State nf Inw v
Charlea tMevenaoon. State of Iowa va.
Charlea Btevenaon. State of Iowa vs.
Charles Stevenson. State of Iowa vs Chris
Thursday. October 15 J. W. Jncoha v
John C. Woodward & Co. Mrs. Annie
Overton va. Omaha A Council Bluff
Street Railway company.
Friday. Ocutober 16 Minnie Kyeherg va.
William Hun Will of Pangle.
Monday, October 1 State of Iowa ex rel
John J. Hess, county attorney vs. H. V.
Hattey. A. M. lwson vs. (Chicago. Bur-
vjuincy Railway company
Tuesday. (lrtnhr :0l'-,lmiirM I rjal.
lagher vs. Illinois Central. Joseph Mlch
Iner vs. Wabash Railroad company.
Wednesday. October 21 Kdmond Mont
gomeiy vs. R. H. Bloomer Manufacturing
company et a). William T. Seamon. exec
utrix, va. Anchor Fire Insurnace company.
Thursday. October S3 F. C. Lougee vs.
Harry F. Pierce.
Friday. fctober 23 A. Kirchgessner vs.
O. P. McKesson.
Saturday, October 14 George Head vs.
Chicago Ac Northwestern Railway compnv.
Monday, October 26 Ovlde Vln, trustee,
vs. Fred Boekemper. Ovlde Vien, trustee,
vs. John Linder.
Tuesday, October 27 Harry F. Pierce vs.
Henry C. Rohlra (etiultvl.
Thursday. October ai-Daoust Welch
va. Chicago, Rock Island A Pacific Rail
Twa Small Flrea.
The fire department had a long run '.aat j
cvriiinaT m wj x weniy-sixm avenue wnere
a two-room cottage owned and occupied by
F. A. Ktarns. was burned with it con
tents. The cottage was not quite completed
and had a tar paper roof and aides. Kearn
and hi family had gone to Sixth atreet
to take a car up town and on looking back
aw the house was in flames. Of the
household effects a trunk wa the only
article saved. By the time tho firemen
reached the place there Waa nothing left
but smoldering ashes. Kearna carried $4u
Insurance on the dwelling and $300 on tho
Fire of unknown origin In the barn at
the rear of the tvi-lVnce of Charles F.
Helaler. It South First atreet gave the
fire department a run about 3 o'clock yes
terday. The blase waa extinguished with
but little damage.
Proa ram far tha Y. M. V. A.
Rev. F. A. Case, pastor of the First Bap
tist church will address the men's meeting
at the Young Men' Christian association
headquarters, in South Main atreet at 4
o'clock this afternoon.
Pennsylvania night will be the order at
the meeting of the forum Tuesday night.
The scenery, resources, history and ro
mance of the Keystone state will bo con
sidered and all men who are natives of or
who have lived In that state are cordially
Invited to attend and particulate.
The Chicago Blo-Scenlc company will
give a series of three entertainments In
cluding the rasslon Flay, and a collection
of tvents from all over the world, under
the auspices of the Young Men's Christian
association at the Broadway Methodist
church Thursday. Friday and Saturday
nights of this week. The entertainment
consists of the highest grade of moving
pictures and Is said to be most Interesting.
PAST WEEK. IN BIATFd SOCIETY
Revival of Club Activity with Coming
af Cooler Weather.
Miss Minnie Williams Is visiting relatives
In Boone, la.
Miss Eunice Mortenson Is visiting
friends In Malvern, la.
Mrs. Mark of Frsnklln avenue Is visiting
relatives at Marshall, III.
Mrs. H. H. Plnney will entertain the
Klatter Klub Friday afternoon.
Mrs. C C. Berkshire, SOS South First
street, Is visiting relatives In Oakland, la.
Mrs. C. F. P. Froom nan Issued Invita
tions for a card parly Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Klnegal are visit
ing relatives and friends in Denver, Colo.
Mrs. Robert Henderson and little daugh
ter are visiting relatives In Marshalltown.
Mrs. Thomas Q. Hnrrlon and children
left Thursday to visit relative In Hanni
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Butler left last
evening on a visit to Chicago and other
Mr. Paul E. Davis oY Memphis. Tenn.,
Is the guest of his brother, Mr. J. V. Da
vis, and family.
Mrs. C. W. McDonald, who has been
spending tle summer in Seattle, Wash.,
has returned home.
Mrs. Mary Groves, who was the guest of
her daughter, Mrs. Frank Toller, left Tues.
day fur her home In Stuart, la.
The Mercy Aid society will meet Tuesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Walter
Clogston, 364 Oakland avenue.
Mrs. Emms Johnson, who was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Davis, left Tuesday
for her home In Redlands, Cal.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Tipton had as
their guest Inst week their son-in-law,
Mr. E. I. Parker of Corning, la.
Dr. F. T. Beybert entertained the mem
bers of the Council Bluffs Medical society
at a Dutch lunch Monday evening.
Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Williams have as
their guest Mr. J. W. Horton Clear
field, la., brother of Mrs. Williams.
Miss Ray Miller of Nebraska City was
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Frank
Landis, of East Broadway last week.
Mr. James Bone and daughter, Miss Avis
Bone, will leave tomorrow for Los Angeles,
Cel., where they expect to spend the winter.
Mr. W. E. Dorrlngton of Falls City,
Neb., was the guest last week of hi
daughter, Mrs. J. C. Martin of First ave
nue. . ,. JX
Mrs. C. N. Carr of Denlson, la., who was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George 8. Davis,
321 Park avenue, returned to her home the
early part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Luctiow have returned
from Howells, Neb., where they attended
the wedding of their niece, Miss Bertha E.
Phelps, and Mr. Rudolph Buach last
Dr. and Mrs. O. W. Gordon of Wheaton,
111., who e;e the guests of their daughter,
Mrs John C. Clark, Jr., left Thursday for
I.na Angeles, Cal., where they will spend
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Harding and son,
Twenty-third street and Avemie B, have
gone to Riverside, Cal., when- thev will
make their home and where Mr. Harding
has a fruit farm.
The women of Central chapter of St.
Paul' Episcopal church guild will give a
ladlea' minstrel (how at the Star theater
the evening of October 23. It Is expected
that It will be quite a society event.
Mrs. Gibson, 113 South Eighth street,
entertained the Willing Workers of Unity
Rebekah lodge Friday afternoon at u
sewing social at her home. I.lgnt re
freshments were served during the after
noon. The membera of the Flower mission were
entertained Wedneaday afternoon at the
home of Misa Vena Binder, 830 Fourth ave
nue. At the close of the regular business
Hgneetlng a social hour was enjoyed, light
refreshment being served.
The members of the local chapter of the
Theta Sigma Phi sorority will give their
first dancing party for the season Saturday
evening, October 31. It will be held in
Eagles' hall and will be given In honor of
this year' new members In the high school,
tions and Colonial Possessions." Mrs. I.
N. Fllcklnger. "Outline of History From
60 B. C. to 1300. A. D.;" Mrs. Victor E. Ben
der, "Introduction to Christianity;" Mrs.
J. D. Wadsworth. "Saint Boniface;" Mrs.
Hamilton, "I'trecht." Current events were
lead by Mrs. H. W. Tilton.
Mrs. M. J. Barrett of North Yakima,
Waeh., who was the guest of her son,
Mr. H. P. Barrett, and family of Wash
ington avenue, left Friday for St. Louis,
accompanied by her daughter. Mrs. Will
Guthrie, with whom she will visit at
her home In St. Louis for several weeks
before returning to North Yakima.
Mrs. A. F. Hollls. 742 Wst Broadwsv,
entertained a few friends Wednesday aft
ernoon in celebration of her birthday an
niversary. A course luncheon was nerved,
cover being laid for Meadames F. T.
True. J. W Mitchell, C. F. P. Froom, C.
S: Bvers. F. Morgan, F. C. Hendrlchs. F.
E. Whaley, O. K. Allls, W. E. Dawson,
A. Mayher and J. C. Plumb of Moore. Ida.
The Oakland Avenue club met Friday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. G.
Saunders, 308 Oakland avenue. Miss
Blanchard gave a biographical sketch of
Coleridge and extracta from his poems.
Mrs. F. H. Oreutt gave a sketch of John
Keats and read selections from hi i works
Mrs. Blanchard read Stoddard's lecture
on Japan. The club will meet Krldav aft
ernoon next at the home of Mra. F. W.
Mr. V. L. Treynor was hostess of the
Afternoon "500" club Thursday afternoon
at her home, 811 Third avenue. The after
noon was pleasantly spent In playing
bridge, the priae for the highest score be
ing awarded to Mrs. Zula Melga. At the
close of the game light refreshments were
served. The next meeting of the club will
be held at the home of Mrs. W. S. Rlgdon,
303 Glen avenue.
The C. M. 1 club was entertained
Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
George Hughes, at her home on Tenth
avenue. The afternoon waa delightfully
spent In playing "5oO." the first prixe be
ing won by Mrs. Winn, and the second
prise by Miss Luclan. At the close of
the game light refreahments were served.
The meeting of the club will be held at
the home of Mr. John Mulqueen, 719 South
WAXTEll TO KNOW
Tlie Truth About Grape-Jiuta Food.
It doesn't matter so much what you hear
about a thing, It' what you know that
count. And correct knowledge 1 moat
likely to come from personal experience.
"About a year ago." writes a N. Y. man,"
I wa bothered by indigestion, especially
during the forenoon. I tried several rem
edies without any permanent improvement.
"My breakfast usually consisted ot oat
meal, steak or chop, bread, coffee and
"Hearing so much about Orape-Nuts, I
concluded to give It a trial and find out
If all I had heard of It wa true.
' So I began with Grape-Nut and cream,
3 soft boiled egg, toast, a cup ot Postum
and some fruit. Before the end of the
first week I waa rid of the acidity of the
stomach and felt much relieved..
"By the end of the second week all trace
of Indigestion had dlaappeared and I was In
first rate health once more. Before be
ginning this course of diet, I never had
any appetite for lunch, but now I can en
Joy a hearty meal at noon time." "There's
Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek,
Mich. Read. 'The Road to Wellvllle," In
Ever read the above letter? A new
one appears front time to time. They
are gtsiiiine, true, and full of human
TAFT SENTIMENT CROWING
Railway Commitsioner Eaton Betnrni
from Eastern Trip.
BRINGS ' ENCOURAGmG REPORT
Iowa Repobllcan Committee Proposes
to Make Things Ham from This
Time an t'ntll Election
(From a Staff Correspondent)
DES MOINES, Oct. U.-(8pecial.)-Arter
a trip through the east While there In at
tendance at the convention of the National
Association of Railroad commissioners, and
considerable Inquiry ovef the state of Iowa,
Chairman W. L. Eaton of the Iowa Rail
road commission declared today that there
Is no doubt In the election of Taft for
Mr. Eaton said today: "There Is a better
feeling all through the east. The n.'arer
we approach to election day tho more con
fidence there Is of the election of Taft A
In every election, aome voter are more or
less at sea early In the campaign. Toward
the close condition Improve. In our own
state I have discovered that many repub
licans who were more or less doubtful as
to how they would vote are settling down
to remain republicans. There Is no doubt
but Iowa will go solidly republican by a
good, handsome majority. I think tho
leaders will be surprised at the slie of
the Taft majority In this state this fall."
With the three week remaining of the
campaign tho republican state committee
Is planning to cover the state thickly with
speakers. The speaking campaign has
been on for one week now and tho effect j
is noriceanie ior tne j an iickci. it is
proposed to havo something of a whirlwind
campaign at the close, with able speakers
Tho Young Mens' Polk County Taft club
has planned to have meetings next Mon
day night, also on Monday night, October
19, and every night of tho last week of the
campaign. There will be speeches by lead
ing republicans and It Is proposed by the
members that each will be a missionary to
make votes and distribute literature.
Did Sheriff Mistreat Boyf
Traveling men on the Burlington from
Indlanola to Des Moines last night held an
Indignation meeting because of the treat
ment they alleged the sheriff of Warren
county gave to a youth. The boy was suf
fering from tuberculosis and general weak
ness, but In spite of that the sheriff heavily
manacled him and treated him like a crim
inal. The boy waa charged with stealing
his employer' team. He Jiad driven the
team In daylight to his home at Fairfield.
Get Speedy Trial.
A speedy trial Is to be given to O. M.
Olsen and W. J. Winston, tho two men
charged with violating the bucket shop
law. The men were taken In custody yes
terday, Winston giving himself up, and
both furnished bond for their appearance.
Their trials have been set for Wednesday
and Thursday of week after next. The
cases will be the first under the new law
The men are accused of operating bucket
shops under a business title, but with con
nections with St. Louis and Kansas City
Chief Hnme to Reslgrn.
William Hume, chief of police of Des
Moines, ha tendered his resignation which
Is In the hands or Superintendent Hamery
of Ihe department of public safety. It Is
understood that it will be filed with the
council at Its next meeting.
Center of Tasr Mania.
T. H. Morrison of Tama county, owner of
the farm adjoining that of Secretary James
Wilson of the Department of Agriculture,
thought he wa the center of a tag mania
and for fear of finding worse stopped all
day In Des Moines. Leaving Kansas City
he was pounced upon by a young woman
who put a white tag on him to denote that
he had contributed to Mercy hospital of
that city. As he landed from tha train In
De Molne he was tagged with a red tag
to denote that he had given a dollar to the
Home fjr Friendless Children here. He
stayed In De Moines for fear of finding
more tag manias.
The sessions of the National Postmasters'
association closed today with the election
of officers. The bulk of the business meet
ings aside from the election of officers was
spent In discussion of the move to have
third and fourth class postmasters placed
under the civil service law. The election
of president wa spirited a F. R. Hoag,
the successful candidate, received but one
voto over W. O. Bock. The full list of
officer elected was as follows: President,
F. R. Hoag, Orchard Park, N. Y. ; vice
president, W. O. Bock. New Albln, la.,
second vice president, W. J. Wood, Corbln,
Kan.; third vice president, Miss Claudia
McCutchen, Byballe, Miss.; secretary, C.
C. Young, Oakwood, 111.; treasurer, W. 8.
Bartholomew, Avon, Minn.; executive com
mittee. J. S. McKlnley and J. W. Jameson.
Labor Issues Letter.
Resolutions by the executive board of
the Iowa State Federation of Labor
endorsing Governor Cummin for the re
publican nomination for United States sen
ator are being mailed to union labor men
all over the state by President Urlck of the
state federation. The resolution urge the
union labor men to ask for the republican
senatorial ballot and to vote for Cummin.
They also urge the members to vote for
George W. Clarke for lieutenant governor
but take no position for or against any
candidate for governor.
KlnsTs Daaahters Adjourn.
BURLINGTON. Ia.. Oct. ll.-(Specla) Tel
egram.) The King's Duugliter convention,
which had been in session for the last three
duys. closed Saturday. Mrs. Ida W.
Mansfield, who was chosen to succeed her
self as state secretary, and the other offi
cer of the state organization, who were all
re-elected, were Installed. The memorial
service for the member of the organiza
tion who have passed away was held. It
was here Impressive tributes were paid to
the workers who have gone to their reward.
Several cities asked for the next meeting,
but the matter wa left In the hand of the
committee to be selected later In the year.
Aetloa Aaalnst Saloons.
BURLINGTON. Ia.. Oct. ll.-(8.clal Tel
egram.) Assistant Attorney General Cos
sons of Iowa began prepaiallons for secur
ing permanent injunctions against twenty
saloonkeepers In Burlington from ever con
ducting business In the district because of
violation of the mulct law.
Student serlonaly Hart.
MARSHALLTOWN, Ia.. Oct. U.-(Spe-cial
Telegram.)-Earl ftnilth of Amea. a
atudent at Iowa State college, was dan
geroualy Injured by Jumping from a pas
aenger train near thla city while stealing
a ride to Minneapolis to se the Minnesota-Ames
toot ball game.
Brother Make Perallar Error.
SIOIX CITV. Ia.. Oct H.-tSutcial.)-Positlve
information thsl the man who
committed suicide by hanging at the Hia
watha rooming house on September M wa
not S. 8. Glenn of Pleaaantvltln T
J had been supposed, has been received la
Sioux City by Vndertnker V. T. West
cott. Two days after the body was taken
to th morgue It was Identified as that
of Olenn by W. W. Glenn of Knoxvllle,
la., a brother. A letter received from W.
W. Glenn say that S. S. Olenn Is still
alive and Is in South Dakota. He admits
that It wa a case of mistaken identity
on his pait. A remarkable feature of the
case Is the fart that S. 8. Glenn really
was In Sioux City on the night of. Sep
tember 26 and was a guest at the rooming
house, but left the next day for 8outh
Dakota. The body of the unknown man
waa sent to the medical department of the
State university scleral weeks ago.
lawa Maws Mo tea.
ATLANTIC Mrs. Buxton of Des Moines
waa the victim of a serious accident yes
terday tnorning, when she was thrown out
of a buggy and badly Injured.
CRESTON A good roads' -meeting will be
held at Lortmor Wednesday, October 15.
King, the road drag man, will be present
and discuss the problem of good country
CRESTON The new opera house at Aft
waa dedicated last night, wnen a demo
cratic rally was held at that point. Hon.
John Denlson of Dubuque was the principal
'ATIANTIC Perry Parmely, who was
suffering from an attack of lockjaw, died
at the hospital yesterday morning, where
he had been taken at t.ie beginning of his
Illness. He was 45 yea re of age and leaves
a wife and nine children.
CRESTON Horace Perrlgo, the veteran
cashier of the Land Credit bank, after many
years of service hns tendered his resigna
tion, and J. H. Dunlap, formerly with the
Adams Express company at Red Oak, has
been selected as hi successor. Mr. Perrlgo
will spend the winter In Aniona.
MARSHALLTOWN Mrs. En la B. Fr end
today filed suit In the district court against
the McBrlde A Will Drug company for
damagea of $2S,000, aa a result of her htis
band having died from acute alcoholism
brought on by drinking liquor bought, it
la alleged, at the defendant company's
place of business.
MARSHALLTOWN 8urrounded by their
six living children and many of their
friends, Kev. and Mrs. Isaac Johnson of
Ferguson today celebrated the sixtieth an
niversary of their wedfling. Kev. jorinson
county in xi), and with his family he has
since resided here.
MARSHALLTOWN A search that has
lasted over a yenr and which has taken
many miles in Its length was brought t j
an end yesterday near Plymouth, la., when
John Michalak and George Jersey were ar
rested for horse steullng near Chamberlain,
8. D. They have been followed and tracked
during ths year by Charles McBrlde, a
half-blood Sioux Indian and his "pal." F.
M. Baker Twenty-five horses were stolen
from the McBrlde ranch. When the two
men were arreated nine of them were re
covered. EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS
Lawrence P. Daley Wins Selbneu
Hotel Handicap at Donglna Park.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Oct. 11. A petition
signed by every horse owner and trainer
In this section was made public Saturday.
In It the Kentucky racing commis
sion Is requested to change the style of
from tho Paris mutuals machines to the
bookmaklr.g system. In the petition
it is stated that the machines are not satis
factory to the betting public, the horse
men and many others.
Svlbach Hotel handicap, defeating Cznr,
Lawrence P. Daley, tho favorite, won the
Zlenap nnd others. Several track records
were broken. In the first race Marbles
clipped a fifth of a second off the track
for five and one half furlong .In the third
event Besterllng lowered tho track record
for a irlllo and a half to 2:So. Lawrence
P. Daly In the fourth and Lady Either In
the sixth race, each ran a mile and a aix
teenth In 11:46, which was two-fifth
faster than the track record.. Weather
cloudy and cool; track fist. Summaries:
First race, five and a half furlongs, sell
ing: MarblA (100,. Deverlch, straight, $.5f)
won, Bnrne?dale (106, Walsh, place, $8.36)
second, Camllle (98, Butler, snow, $14.&)
third. Time: l:06Vfc. Adrian, Bulbus und
Lady Anne also ran.
Second race, six furlongs: Crystal Maid
(112, Butler, straight. 19.85) won, Irfaneh
(112, Powers, place. $5.25) second, Ruy H.
(97, Walsh, show, $ti.8o) third. Time: 1:135.
Vita, Adder, Louis GreenbUrg and Lord
amp also ran.
Third race, mile and a naif, selling:
Beaterllng (101, Glasner, strulglit, $10.05)
won, Bcllevlew (10H, Butler, placo, $S.5o
second, Trlvollnl (99, McGee, show, $S.C6
third. Time: 2:35. Meada and Bonnie
Fourth race, the Selbach hotel handicap,
mile and a sixteenth: Lawrence P. Daley
(114. McGee, straight, lf.5; place, $Om;
show, W.16) won, Czar (105, Powers, place,
$10.46; show. $7 251 second, Zlenap (100, But
ler, show, $S.25) third. Time: l:4ti. Oiu
Honesty, Moquette and Terah also ran.
Fifth race, six furlongs: Dr. llolzberg
(107, McGee, straight, 1LB.31; place, $10.6'J;
show, ti.9u) won. Alchemist (107, Powers,
place, $7.35; show, $5.s5) second, Aspiring
(KB, Butler, show, $ts.;o third, lime: 1:13.
Sempioniuin, Elysium, Ocala, Azo, Flowet
Beauty, Cavorue and Admonish also ran.
Sixth race, mile und a sixteenth: Lady
Esther (125, Glasner, straight, $9.j0; pluce.
$6.S0; show, $5.65) won, Annita Lady (Hi.
McGee, place, .80; allow. $u.80) second,
Arrow Swift (101, Butler, show, Jii.:0) third.
Time: 1:4G. John E. McMillan and
Quagga also ran.
BELAIONT PARK, Oct. 10 Summary :
First race, fillies, 2-year-olds, six fur
longs: Royal Captive (116, J. I.ee) won, ;
Afillction (99, Notter) second. Lady Selinu
(10. McCarthy) third. Time: 1:10. Golden
View also ran
Second race, the Brook cup handicap, !
tteeplec naje, 4-year-olds and up, about j
three miles: Agent (146, Kelly) won, Water ;
Speed (14i, Davidson) second, Mark Gum- j
berts (132. Henderson) third. Time: 6.03-n- i
Ironsides and Bata also ran. Malacca '
tiai rtus and Denier fell. Agent and Denier 1
Third race, the Nursery handicap, Z-year-
Olda, six furlongs: Trance (124, Miller) won, ;
Select ..an (111, Notter) second, t leld Mouse .
(L5, Shreve) third.. Time: l:0't. Joe Mud- i
den, Practical, Statesman and Spectatress
also ran. Field Mouse and Practical ,
Fourth race, the Manhattan handicap,
2-year-olds and up, six furlongs: Delirium 1
(104. Gilbert) won. Half Sovereign (110, W.
Lee) second. Fashion Plate 9S. I'pton)
third. Time: 1:11. Demund, Red River,
Besom and Wise Mason also ran. I
Fifth race, the Municipal handicap, 3- ;
year-olds and up, mile and three-quartera:
Fair Play (127, J. Lee won, Mater Robert
(1(3. Gilbert) second. Frank Gill (112, Not
ter) third. Time: 2:58. Toutentie, Brother
Jonathan, Miss Crawford and Beaucoup
also ran. i
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OSCEOLA, Neb., Oct. 11. (Speclal.)-Con-gressma.i
Hlnahaw addressed an audience
that filled the district court room here
last evening and this afternoon spoke In
tho Stromsburg opera house. Much interest
Is being taken In the campaign In this
county and the outlook Is for the election
cf the entire republican ticket.
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OFFICERS FIGHT Willi MOB
Sheriff and Deputies at Spartansbur;,
S. C, Protect Prisoner!.
TROOPS ARE RUSHED TO SCENE
Three Rioters and Sheriff CUsMty
Woanded Mob Is Reinforced by
Five llaadred Men from
SPARTANBl'RG, S. C, Oct. 11. In the
heart of Spartanburg, with Its 20.ono popu
lation, a mob of lnfuvl.ited dtliens, at
times numbering 1 COO or mote, f usht Sat
urday right with tie milltiry and civ 1 au
thnrltles for the possession of John Irby,
a negro, who attempted to assault Miss
Llllle Dempsey earlier In the day while
the young woman was on her way here
from Saxon Mill village, three miles away.
Four persins were wounded, one of them
seriously, ni;d John Sparks, a restaurant
keeper, waa arrested and held without ball
on the chaige of shoitlng Sheriff Nichols,
who was slightly wounded In the exchange
of shots between the mob and the authori
ties who were protecting the trembling
Tilsoner In the Jail.
The first shot enme from a window of
the Jail and It was followed by others from
the same tiuarter. An answering shot was
fired from tha crowd. This broke a window
In the Jail and slightly wounded Sheriff
Nichols. Sparks was accused of the shoot-
ng and Immediately taken Into custody.
His attorneys offered ball of $1,000 tonight
but It was refused.
Those who were wounded by the officers
when they fired on the crowd were:
Orover Fowler, 14 years old, shot In the
arm and hand.
Ernest Foster, DO years old, seriously
wounded In tne side nnd shoulder.
Carrier, 20 years old. slightly
wounded In the hip. All mil! operatives.
Arrival of Mllltla.
Just before nightfall the guard at Ihe
Jail was atigumeiited by tho arrival of the
Morgan rifles, fifty strong, from Clifton,
a suburban mill town. The company was
rushed to tho Jail. The Hampton guards,
forty strong, the local company of atate
troops, had been at the Jail since 1 o'clock
today. A hundred regulation nrmy rifles,
protruded from windows, door and porches
of the Jail. Governor Ansel left his home
in Greenville, 40 miles east of here on a
special train tonight. As this Is a prohi
bition town, the main source of supplying
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the demand for liquor I through the office
of the Southern Express company and that
establishment, as a measure of precaution,
was closed so far as the delivery of
whiskey was concerned. There were threat
of dynamiting the Jail and precautions
were taken to have all known supplies of
the explosives guarded.
While today's crime of the negro Irby
was the chief cause of the mob's fury, the
presence In the Jail of two other negroes
aga'nst which there have from lime to
tlm been threats of violence, added to the
excitement. One of these negroes. Clarence
Agnrw Is charged with wrecking a pas
senger train on the m.iln line of the South
ern Railway two weeks ago near Duncan
and tho engineer and fireman were killed.
The other negro. Will Foster, was twice
convicted of the revolting murder ot John
Young, a white man last November. These
circumstance made It certain that entrance
of the mob Into the Jail meant ft trlrle
Situation Agela Alarming.
Late tonight the situation again becama
alarming. The moh augmented by 600 per
sons front Oreenvllle, the home of the en
gineer killed In the wreck caused by the
negro, Clarence Agnew. There' was some
shooting In the streets and the mob moved
Into the, public square.
The company of state troops from
Laurens, 8. C. arrived on a special train
at $:4S p. m. and went at once to the County
Jail. The number of soldiers now on guard
tonight number 160.
Irby's arrest was effected shortly aflar
the commission of hi crime and close
to the scene of the attack. He was cap
tured by mill operatives, who had Joined
In the pursuit, wn taken before the
young woman, who Immediately identified
him and wa then carried into the woods.
His captors were about to lynch him when
the mounted police arrived and wrested
him from the crowd, not, ' however,- be
fore the negro had been badly beaten.
The negro was tnken to the Jail and al
most Immediately the storming of the
Jail began. Sheriff Nichols swore In a
number of deputies and the military were
ordered out. Fowler, one of the wounded,
was fired at by those within the Jail
Just as he was about to batter down tha
gate of the Institution. The mob also
tried to gain entrance by means of step
ladders, but that, too, was ineffectual.
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