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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 23, 1908.
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IIigh, 6ightly and commands a beautiful view. Easy pay
ments. Price ranges from $150 to $300 Terms $5.00 cash and
$1.00 a week, or $4.00 a month. SALE SATURDAY, Oct. 31st,
from 2 o'clock until dark. Those desiring to view the lots before
I thin date will Jind someone on the ground every day from 3
V. Vloek until dark. HOME TERRACE is situated between 37th
aM 40th sts. between Martha and Arbor streets. Take "West
Side Hanscom Park car, get off at Martha street and go west, you
will see the flag. Martha street is now being graded from 35th
to 40th streets and a four foot cement sidewalk will be laid at our
expense in front of all lots fronting on Martha street, giving a
continuous walk to Windsor school and 6treet car.
A rare opportunity. It will only cost you 10 cents car fare
to find whether our representations are conservative or not. We
will put our time against yours aud show you the lots.
BENSON & CARMICH AEL
Phone Douglas 1722. 642 Paxton Block.
W. II. CRARY, Phone Douglas 442, 600 Paxton Block.
, (19) 649-27
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WA.NTED $2,.V0 to tX.OiG house which ran
Yr bought from $0 to 11.000 cash, balanoe
ensv payment", or it cash Is wanted,
price must be right. No egenta need
npply. Any location except south and
southeast. Address I. 709, care of Bee.
WANTED TO BUY
U1UHKBT prices for 2d -hand furniture, ear
Pits, clo'bee and ahoea. Tel. Douglas 'MIL
RIGHT price paid for td-hand furniture,
f-srpeia. stoves, clothing, a hoe a. Tel. Red
I , tov l-4i
WANTED-OAS 11ANGE, MEDH'M slz..
(P Kid condition, cheap for cash. Olve full
iirl culars. Address K 70S, Bee.
2o M64t 28x
A NTEI Saddle horse, sound, city
i. .-'irtie price, Address N 711, care
,.; .. ' (261-M7S4 30x
l',;U stenographer; excellent
il, O'naha iiee. Council Bluff.
MiDM.E aged woman, with 11-year boy,
wants wnrk for winter In private hospital;
will work for board. Address P 731, car
Dee' . titi") M7 118X
Y ANTED Position aa pharmacist; years'
experience; 8Hi; no hooser. Butler, 1206
Hh Ave., Council Bluffs, In.
YOUNO man with eight yearn1 experience
In general merchandise, wanta poul'lon;
must be In city; best of references fur
nished. Address Y !, care Bee.
(27) MOM Sx
WANTED Work by the
Johnson. Il N. 21M St.
(27) M783 30x
WE bar In-stoett -o delay) repairs tot
every make ot furnace, steam or not water
heater, water fronta.
OMAHA STOVE REPAIR WORKS.
1208-0$ Douglas Bt.
Telephones: Bell. Douglas MO; lad., A-K21-
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
John J. Hsrrett and wife to Burton
H. Wilcox wH seH 8-16-18 f
Elisabeth Kountze Real Estate Co.,
lot 6, First addition to Forest Hill.
George T. Morton and wife to
Bernard Samland. aouth 110 ft., lot
21, Ueorge Forbes' sub
M.irtln A. lrultte and wife to Alex
ander P. T.tddell, lot 9, block 2,
Reed's Third addition
Ellas Holovtchiner and wife to 8am
(Soldware, jr.. lot 6. block
Provident Life and Trust Co. to
Mary H. Upjohn, north 80 ft., lota
1 and 2, block 4d, Omaha
Marv it. I'pjohn and husband to
Emlle Ganx, north 80 ft., lot t,
block 46, Omaha -. ,
Maria lsylon to Minnie Parrel,
tract neki ew'i 8-14-18
State National bank of Cleveland,
O., to Eldrldge N. Deuel, lot IS.
supplemental subdivision of El
Mary K. Hale and husband to
Timothy Kelly, lot 14, Arlington...
Susan Paxsun to Koae England, lot
24, block t. Brlgga' Place
Hannah Casey to C. D. Garrison,
r. lot 22. Kempton Heights
Justave E. Shukert et al to Law
rence Overmler, lota 17 and IX,
block 94, Dundee Place
Maria I. avion to the public, part
lot 14, block 7, Pullman Place and
Edward Gash and wife to Michael
Meier, lot 18. block 2, Hastings &.
South Omaha Investment Co. to Ed
J. I've, lots 1 and 2. block 6, Mc-
(iavock or O'Keeffe's addition
Elisabeth Knran and husband to
Jessie H. Colby, lot 16, block 2.
Estelle V. Carter and husband to
John Core, lots 19 and 20, block 1,
Jsmea Kugelthaler and wife to
James Kugelthuler, lot 22, block 2,
Kountse Fifth addition
J. B. Brisbln to John Lubolii, awVi
University of Omaha to William A.
8mith. lot 25, block R. Kllby place.
Ira Bowman and wife to John
Hkoumal, north 36 ft., lot 44, S. E.
Rogers', Ok ah o ma
George B. Jones and wife to Charles
(. Gross, east 20 ft., lot 8 and west
ft., lot . block "N." Lowe's
I.. Moskovlta and wife to Karlnvlta
latvan, e lot 11, block 2, Jettera'
Erie B. Brown and wife to W. p.
Zentlnlne. west 25 ft. of south 94
ft., lots , 7. block C. First addition
to South Omaha
OFFICE OF CONSTRUCTING (JCAR
TERM ASTER. Cheyenne. Wyo.. Oct- 21
laos Sealed propoaala In triplicate will ba
receiver at this office until : a, m
Friday. November . 1908, at which time
they will be opened In public, for furnish
ing snd equipping complete, with metal
weather atrip, eoual to the National or
Chamberlain Metal Weather Stripping, alx
seta of quarters at Fort D. A. Russell,
Wyoming, as follows: one (1) Bachelor
Officers' Quarters No. . one (1) Field
k Officers' Quartera No. 28, tour t4) aeta
Captains' Quarters Nos. 18, 141, 143 ,ni m
Any Information desired in regard to the
Installation of the metal weather atrl
ping above mentioned, will h furnished
rn application at this office, it Is desired
u,at the price for each building be stated
I lettarately. The government rrserves the
l right to reject or accept any or all blda
tJ I or any part thereof. Envelopea containing
U ' proDoeale ahould be Indorsed "Proposals
l'fnr Metal Weather Stripping" and ad
dreeaed to Captain V. K. Hart, lit h In.
fan try, Aotlng Quartermaster U. 8. Army,
tn charge of Construction, Chevenne, Wyo.
OS4-36- 27-28- N5-
The Twentieth Century Farmer
l Reaches tho live Stock Men.
One Dollar Per Year.
CITY PROPERTY FOR ALB
THE SOUTH OMAHA AND WESTERN
H-A I I.KUAU CAJIX J DIXCIII IMCCL-
(no-.omaha. Net)., Uolouer 7, lHus. A spe
cial meeting of the stockholders of The
South Oniana and Western Kailroad Com
pany win ue mm ai mo utucs oi me
Company In Omaha, N-b., on Friday, De
cember 18, It clock a. m., for the
purpose of authorising and providing for
me sale ot the railroad of The South Omaha
and Western Kailroad Company, with lta
franchises ana appurtenances, us real es
tate and personal properly, to Union Pa
cific Kailroad Company, the consideration
for such aale to be the cancellation of
the bonds and satisfaction of the mort
gage of said The South Omaha and Western
Kailroad Company, and the assumption ot
all Its other Indebtedness by the said
Union Pacltio Kailroad Company; and for
the purpoae of transacting ail such other
business aa may legally coma before the
meeting. For the purposes of the meeting
the books for the transfer of stock will
be closed at 8 o'clock p. m. on Monday,
December 7, and will be reopened at
ID o'clock a. m. on Saturday, December
ID, IMS. T. M. OKR, Secretary. OsdlojDU
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bid
will be received by School Dlatriot No.
26, Dodge, Neb., until 2 o'clock p. m., No
vember 6, 1900, for furnishing all material
and labor for heating and plumbing the
Hooper school building In Hooper, Neb.,
according to plans and amended specifica
tions now on file at the office ot A. 11.
Dyer & Co., architects, Fremont, Neb., and
at the office of John F. Heine & Bon,
Hooper, Neb. Separate - bids will be re
ceived for other makes of boilors, than
specified, all blda muat be accompanied
with a certified check, according to notice
to contractora Included In aald .specifica
tions. The board reaervea the right to
reject all bids. Address all blda to W. M.
Sanders, Hooper, Neb., plainly marked,
"Bids for Heating and Plumbing.'? W. M.
Sanders, Secretary. O21dl0t
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COLE SHUTS OUT VISITORS
Comhoskers Putting in Last Dayi of
Practice in Secret.
NEW PLAYS ARE INTRODUCED
Work Well and Coach and Players
Expert to Use Them Profitably
Against the Harrkeyea
LINCOLN, Oct. 27.-(8peclal.)-Th Corn
huskers held their first secret practice of
the season this afternoon. "King" Cole
took them out to the state farm on account
of the muddy flMd at Antelope park, and
refused to let any spectators witness the
first of the two final acrlmmages before
the Iowa game Saturday.
All of the varalty regulars were out for
practice with the exception of Cooke and
Frum. Beltzer and Kroger took no very
active part In tha aerlmmage. The former,
with one of the substitutes, apent most ot
the time In passing the ball on the forward
pass and In limbering up his booting leg.
He punted the ball a considerable distance,
some of his punta going over fifty yarda.
His work this afternoon was tha best he
hss done this season In practice. Krnger,
whose kicking leg has been out of service
for the last ten days, did a little drop and
place kicking, hut the Injury to ht log
kept him from doing any satisfactory work.
Several . new plays were Introduced to
the men and were used with great effect
against the scrubs. The new "peekaboo"
offense was employed for two of tha plays
and proved to be better than even the
coach had anticipated. One of these playa
In particular wrought nil kinds of havoc
with the defenae put up by the scrubs.
and the regulars made consistent gains
that resulted In two touchdowns being
made in close succession. These playa are
to be used In the Iowa game Saturday,
and the Nebraska eoaehea believe they will
be good for many gain.
Bentley was at quarter In Cooks'a place,
nd showed great Improvement over his
earlier work.'. In running the team. He
displayed greater speed In making end
runa than the coaches had hoped he would
ba able to do. Twice he eavded the endi
on the scrub team for runs of considerable
Tomorrow the . .Cornhuskers will hold
their last scrimmage of the week. Thurs
day evening they will leave for Cedar
Rapids, la., where they wUV spend Friday.
Saturday morning they will go down to
Iowa City for the game with the Hawk
ayes that afternoon.
AMES AWAITS PEEK-A-BOO PLAY
SI Lambert Connted on to. Break Ne
AMES, Oct. 27. Speclal.)-The game with
South Dakota Saturday disclosed little ex
cept that tho Ames players were not afraid
of water and mud. Whether plowing up
a streak of Iowa soil in a line smash
or executing a long dlvo for a fumbled
punt, they were In the game from start to
finish. South -vDakota, on the other hand,
svemcd more .Inclined to go around the
puddles than through them. Doubtless
realising that they were beaten anyway,
they thought It" would save laundry bills
if they kept out of the mud as much as
possible. But for all that, they showed
consistent team work throughout, and, In
the last half, made some old style smashes
through' the line of the Ames' subs that
mad ii a touchdown seem Imminent several
' Ames showed splendid Interference
throughout, and one of the features of the
game was the long runs made by SI Lam
bert, Hubbard and Jeanen. Law also
got away onoe for a run that carried the
ball twenty-nine yards or more down the
field toward fjoutii Dakota's . goal line. 61
ta easily tha beat man oii the team at ad
vancing the ball through a broken field.
j lie way he dodges and slg-sags through
-the enemies' territory with the oval
tucked under one arm is exasperating to
the linemen, who are almost forced to
work In relays to keep up. Hubbard Is
nearly aa good, and Jean fx-n has a faculty
ot aiming turougrn a noie that would bo
too tight a fit for a blitKer man.
The results of the Drake-Grinnell game
Saturday made the Thanksgiving day gnme
loom up blgsrer than ever. Dralto alwaya
pays Its best game of the season against
Ames, and with the strength they are de
veloping this year may prove as much of
a surprise as ma Cornell.
From Nebraska comes a story of coach
Colo s newest stunt his wonderful "txek-a
boo' play. This great formation Is paid to
have given the arslty touch-downs on the
scrubs sa last as the men could run down
the field. The exact nature of the play
Is kerpt n swrct. Jut It will doubtless be
brought forth for the admiration of the
wondering spectators at Omaha, November
7. hether the peek-a-boo play will nuke
a noise like a touch-down when It bumps
up against the Ames line, or whether 81
will be able to Ret through one of the
holes of the peek-a-boo for a ramble to
ward Nebraska's goal posts, remains a
matter for conjecture.
KIRK "AVEU FOR COIt Mil SKEHS
Brilliant Punter ot Iowa Eleven Will
Be in Usait Saturday.
IOWA CITY, la., Oct. 27. (Special.) -Brugman,
substitute quarterback, has left
the . Iowa foot ball squad, and with the
Injury to Perrlne. an end, Coach Catlln
may be faced with a problem In develop
ing a substitute quarterback In case of In
Jury to Stewart. Carberry, who Is thi
present running mate of Stewart at quar
ter, may be used at end In case Perrlne Is
not able to get Into the Nebraska game.
Otherwise the team Is In good condition
for hard scrimmage practice today and to
morrow. Thursday and Friday light signal
practice, chalk talks and possibly a little
use of the "ghost" ball will be the dose
administered to the varsity, .
Trainer Tommy O'Brien was well pleised
with the manner in which the Iowa, team
came through the trip to Sioux City. Tin
excellent accommodations furnished by
the Northwestern railroad gave the men.
two good nights' rest on the sleeper and
the aoft ooxe In which the game was
played prevented any serloua Injury to
The beat newa given out by Trainer
O'Brien was on Captain Kirk. He pre
dicts that the brllMant .drop kicker will
be In shape for the Nebraska game, as
the prolonged rest haa practically cured
his knee. If the team cornea through the
hard aerlmmage today and tomorrow with
out trouble the Hawkeye eleven will be
in the best shape It haa been In this sea
son. Hard signal practice In a drizzling rain
waa given the men bv Coach Catlln laai
night. I'p and down Iowa field they were
driven with Catlin and Griffith at their
backa. The charging machine was brought.
Into play and the line repeatedly urged to
charge fanter and harder against the run
Coaon Catlln made a ahlft In hla line
yesterday In practice which will undoubt-
eoiy greatly strengthen It for the Nebraska
game. He shifted "Fat" Hastings, f. r two
yea' a Iowa's star center, back to the pivot
Cofltion from right guard, where he his
een playing before this season. He put
Comlv, who has been the varsity center,
to right guard. It Is expected that Comly
will fight out the position with Connors,
who was one of Iowa s strongest linesmen
last year and the choice for the vacant po
sition this season.
Captain Kirk and Perrlne were both in
the alijual practice. Trainer Tommy
O'Brien expects that both will be able to
enter the Nebraska same.
( rowd Assured for Game.
IOWA CITY, la.. Oct. J7.-(8pecial.)-That
the Nebraska game will attract a
great crowd from all portlona of the atate
la asaured by tho advance aeat aale which
started yesterday at the L'niveraity armory.
Studenta crowded In long Knea to the
wrtndow, reserving seata not only for them
aelvea but for people coming from outside
the city. Cedar lta olds will send a dele
gation of several hundred.
A mammoth open lr mass meeting of
the students In the atanda on Iowa field
haa been planned for tomorrow afternoon
to prepare the foot ball yella and aonga
for the Nebraska game.
Yell masters have been appointed bs the
various collegea In the university and these
students will lead the entire undergraduate
body In yella, while the varalty and treeh
men aerlmmage on the gTldlron.
Thia is the first open air meeting of
the students before a foot ball game ever
held In Iowa City and the experiment will
be watched with interest. It is presumed
the fact that the elevens are acrlmmsglng
n the foot bnll f!Md will make the
students more enthusiastic In the support
of the team.
EVENTS THE Rl'.WIXG THACK9
Honest Wins Koortn Race, the Kea
ts re. tt Latontn.
CINCINNATI. Oct. 27-Three favorites
won at Latonla today. The fourth event,
a hsnrilrnp at six furi ngs, was the feature
end was won by H.mest In a drive from
Miss Sain. Al Muller, the heavily played
favorite, took third money from Entrada.
Track fast. Summaries:
First race, five and one-half furlongs:
Pink Linn (100, Martin, 6 to 1 won; K.l
vany (loo, Olasner, 4 to 1 place) se-ond;
Wheat Bread (WO. Butler. 6 to 2 to show!
UilrJ. Time: 1 :. Ludhlana, Eiaa F,
Ai l! Sister Phlll s. Mateci n. Medora. Mer-
car'el, Ppelolda and Neitle Free also ran.
beconti race, seven furlongs: lr. Hois
lerg (105. AlcOYe, 3 to S won; Olive Fry
(10.1. Aiartin, 12 to 1 for place) second; Buf
foons (lo7. Troxler, 8 to 5 to show) third.
Time: 1 :2sg. Dispute, F'loreal, Irrigation,
Landlord. Harty, ftmsselaer. Ui.dlng Belle.,
lcsrla, Peacock's Choice, Ramp and Mi's
Sewell slso ran.
Third race, seven furlongsi - Robin Hood
(K. liitler. 7 to 2) won; Honehrake tl.
i iu...ri.h .kn.i. lUrd t i rr. I
LJSVfc. Adrian, French Nun, Still Alarm, I
Howard Shem. Tanime, Chief Mllllken,
time l,eei and Marmorean also ran.
Fourth race, six furlongs.- Honest (95,
McOec, ( to 11 won; Miss Haln (IK Troxler,
i to 2 for place), second; Al Muller (HI,
Heldel, out to show) third. Time: 1:13.
Estrada also ran.
Fifth rsce, mile and seventy yards: Mar
athon (li, MeQee, 2 to lt) won; Beau
Brummel (104, Giasner, even for place) sec
ond; Lady Baldur (100, Butler, out to show)
third. Time: l:46k. Cymbal also ran.
Sixth race, mile and a furlong: Hughes
(107, Martin, 2 to 1) won; Brencaa (107,
Heldel, 1 to 8 for plsce) second: Stone
Street not. Butler, 11 to 6 to show) tlilid.
Time: 1:344. Imboden, Huerfano, Sea Salt,
Albert Stirr and Washakie also ran.
GTJNTHOHPK HAS DENVER SAFE
Plnlnvlew Man Consummates Par-
chase ot Tebean Intereat.
Manager Rourke of the Omaha base ball
team haa received word from J. F. Gun
thorpe of Plalnvlew, Neh., that he has
completed the deal for the Denver team,
or, rather, Tebeau a half Interest, and that
everything looks good for base ball In
Denver next season. Denver, as a town,
tired of tha Tebeau rule, and with a new
management should be one of the best base
ball towns in the lengtie.
While the annual meeting of the Western
league ta not arheduled until next Janu
ary, Pa Rourke thinks tha ownera might
get together next month after the big
meeting in Chicago and lay plana for next
WITH THE BOWLERS.
The Stors Triumphs Just got bumped' for
one game by the Jetter Gold Tops last
night on the Association alleys, tne 01a
time war horse, Frltscher, had high single
gameof 212 and totals of 613. Weber fin.
ally got the hook working In the last game
and pulled out a 200 score. Tonight the
Sampecks play Meta Brothers. The acore:
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot.
Frltscher iM 213 1W) 613
Weber 157 137 200 434
Zimmerman 1 1M 203 618
Francisco m lrm 144 600
Anderson 15 If 9 KOI 6!5
Totals 1 924 8,"9 947 2,730
JETTER GOLD TOPS.
The Chicago Llauor HottKe team
two games from the Beselln's Mixers last
night on the basement alleys. The Metro
politan league bowlers are improving fast,
and the games show It from week to week,
as the boys are making bigger scores every
night. Coughlln took all honors for his
team with a total of 5W, and Jasper was
high man for the Mixeis with 603 total.
The sooe .
BE8EL1N fl -MIXERS.
' 1st.' 3d.
D. Schneider .......... ..IDS " m
R. Schneider 170,. 1:
Jasper 179 140
Totals rt4W 411 497 1,385
CHICAGO LIQlJOfV HOCSE.
let. 2l. 3d. Tot.
Adklns ,..,.100 . 127 149 385
Borgiioff ,144 1W . 102 407
Caughlin ..187 164 191 6t2
,U0.. 474 602 1,416
Officials for Missouri Game,
DE8 MOINES. Ia.. Oct. .27.-(Speelal.)-Lleutenant
Beavera of Fort Des Moines
was chosen referee of the ' Missouri-Drake
game at Columbus, Mo., next Saturday af
a conference here between Coaches John
Griffith of Drake and W. J. Mohlliw of
Missouri. His work In local games has
been a feature of the season.
It Is evident that the state of Iowa has
a large number of first cHss officials.
Captain King of Fort Dea Moines was the
referee of the NebraskaMirinesota game
and he gave excellent satisfaction.
Coggeshall, the two Grahams, Ted Stewart,
the former Michigan quarter back Corw.
John Griffith of Iowa. Dr. Hobha s.nd
many others are well known over the west
as capable officials. .
Drake Shows Ip Well.
DES MOINES, la., Oct. 27.-(Speclal.V-Drake,
the second surprise eleven of the
Iowa foot ball season, came through thu
hard Orlnnell game with scarcely a bruise,
t'nexpectedly showing a classy" article of
foot ball Drake not only swept the sturdy
Grinnell team off its feet bjt Is ready for
the future direction of "Silent John" Grif
fith In almost perfect condition. Hard prac
tice for the Washburn game began today.
Foot Ball at Oseeoln.
OSCEOLA, Neb.. Oct. 27. aSpeclal.) The
York High achool foot ball team came over
here nnd played with the Osceola High
school team, defeating it to the tune of
43 to 0. Then the Columbus High achool
team Friday played Osceola and lost by 10
to 0. .
REPAIRING JHE KID GLOVES
I'alnaj "Ilk Thread for Mendluar la a
Mistake that la Too
A mistake that is often made Is merrtlng
glovs with silk. At any not'on counter
you (an Ket for 15 cents a plait of cotton
threads rf various colors, especially In
tended for this purpr.se. TTh It should
be kept av small piece if wax, a thimble,
a glove mender and a paper or regular
glove neerllfs. which have the points
slightly flattened. Slip theso In the top
bureau drawer, where you will r.ot have to
hunt for them, and If you are puttlr.g- on
a glove to go out and see. that a thread Is
broken, ahowlrg only the tiniest hle, -top
right there nnd mend it. It' won't tke but
a few second?, and if you ht It go the rip
la bounc- to become longer and the edg"S
of the lild w ll roll and then tha jjljve will
alwaya show that It has been repaired, no
matter how carefully li dfre.
MORE POLICE FOR HOMES
Five rw Pnlrol Beat Are to Be
Created In (he Residence
Five new police patrol beats In the resi
dence districts are being laid out by Chief
of Police Donahue and will ba taken up
regularly by policemen, November 1. Thla
statement was authorised by the chief
Tuesday morning and experienced men
probably will be given them. The five new
men appointed at Monday evening's meet
ing of the fire and police board are held
for probation work In other aectlona of the
Thla Increase In the police protection
of the realdence district haa been a much
aought after thing, and at present time the
weat Farnam district and other parta of
Omaha depend on the vigilance of special
watchmen for protection agalnat burglara.
Women Interrupt romical Speaker.
A well-dressed woman Interrupted a polit
ical speaker recently by continually
coughing. If she had taken Foley's Honey
and Tar It would have cured her cough
quickly and expelled the cold from her
ayatem. Tha genuine Foley's Honey and
Tar contains no opiates and ia in a yellow
package. Refuse subatltutes. Bold by all
KAISER MAY SPOIL PLANS
Position of Germany May Prerent
Conference on Balkans.
GERMANY IS WITH AUSTRIA
Former Will lot Conaent to Dlsona.
slon of Any "abject to Which
the letter May
BERLIN. Oct. 27. A semi-official news
agency aummartiee the results of the con
ferencee which have been going on betwfen
M. Iswolsky. the Russian foreign minister;
Prince von Buelow, the imperial chancel
lor, and Herr von Schoen, German secre
tary of foreign affairs, as follows:
'"The German government has no objec
tion In principle to the proposed Interna-
t onal Conrress to dlscusa tne Balkan
situation. The German and RviRSlan gov
ernments recognlie the fact that a con
ference of the powers can only prove uae
ful If a complete agreement among all
the elgnaloriea of the Berlin treaty, fe
apectlng the scope and contents of the
program to be submitted to the conference,
be attained beforehand. The German
government adheres to the standpoint that
it will be unable to accept propoaala to
which Austria-Hungary ralsea objections.
These contentions will be subject to fur
"A complete agreement, however, was
reached on other points In tho draft of
program, particularly those referring to
the proposals In the Interest of Turkey.
Both governments will continue their ef
forts to find a peaceful and Just solution
of the present difficulties."
Servla the Dancer Point,
LONDON, Oct. 27. The British govern
ment has Issued in London and through
tho British ambaasadora abroad a formal
denial that the rupture In the direct ne
gotiations between Austria-Hungary and
Turkey was due to Great Britain's Inter
vention, together with a statement that
any direct arrangement satisfactory to
Turkey would In the opinion of the British
government smooth the way towards a
Although there has been no change In
the actual aituation, the tendency ot diplo
matic activity Is toward peace. Servla re
malna the danger point and the visit of
the Servian crown prince to Bt. Peteraburg
arouses a certain amount ot apprehension
In tho absence of actual knowledge as to
whether he Is going on a matrimonial er
rand or a diplomatic mission to the em
peror, or has merely been sent by King
Peter to put an end to his dangerous agi
tation. The prince la accompanied by M. Pao
hltch, the Servian premier, and In an Inter
view, while passing through Budapest, the
premier aald that the prince's mission was
to persuade the Russian emperor to Inter
vene against the annexation of Boanla and
Herzegovina. He added that he anticipated
good results for Servla.
Only a few days ago the crown prince
declared that though he was no firebrand
and desired peace with his whole heart,
the question o;' having access to the sea
was a matter of life or death for Servla,
and It was prepared to fight If abandoned
by the powers. It Is reported from both
Vienna and Constantinople that direct
negotiations between Austria and Turkey
will be resumed.
The Times' Constantinople correspondent
believe that Turkey la ready to enter Into
direct negotiatlona with Bulgaria on the
basis of Bulgarla'a assuming the Ottoman
debt of 246,080,000 and paying the arrears
of the Rumellan tribute.
MR. "HERMAN EXPLAINS CHARGE
Nothing; Irregular In Business DenI
Which Wns Never Consummated,
UTICA, N. Y., Oct. 27. Before leaving
here thia afternoon to resume his speak
ing tour through the atate, James S. Sher
man, republican vice presidential candi
date, gave cut a statement dealing with
the charges made public today to. the ef
fect that Mr. Sherman had been involved
In an attempted deal In government timber
lands In New Mexico, with one Edmund
Burke and others, the company which thay
had formed seeking to obtain possession
through tharp practlco at a low figure of
millions of dollars' worth of valuable tim
ber. Mr. Sherman's statement Is as follows:
My attention has been called to a sen
sational article In today'a New York World
making charges against me In connection
with the New Mexico Lumber and Devel
opment company, a corporation which haa
not been In existence for some years. A
careful reading shows that the chargea,
so fnr as I am concerned, have no aub
stunce whatever, and as to my oonnectlon
with the enterprise the fullest possible In
vestigation nnd publicity are courted.
Thu fact about It briefly ia that some
yeara since Mr. Burke presented a propo
sition Involving the purchase of timber
lands In New Mexico, which were not
United States property, and the construc
tion of a railroad. There were ten gentle
men, I think, who gave $60) each to form
a company and Investigate the project.
Experts were employed to Inspect the
property. Some of us Investigated the
lands, so there was no secret about It.
And on the other hand the local papers
had much to say of It at the time.
After looking Into the matter carefully
and at length we decided that the lands
available would not yield a profit on the
railroad construction and development.
The plan was abandoned, the company
dissolved, about half the aum Invested was
paid back to each or us and our pros
pective cennecuon wiin me enterprise waa
Not cne foot or one dollars worth of
Ctdted Slates property waa concerned with
It In any way. There was no secrecy about
It and no m ed for any. I never urged tho
passage of any such bill aa la referred to,
and the Worl.I article does not say that I
did. What Mr. Burke or anyone else d'd
before or after our Invest Igotlon of the
property I do not know, and If he or any
body else attempted any bribery business
it was without the knowledne. consent or
approval of noslf or any of my associates
In the Investigation.
My secretary acknowledged the receipt of
Mr. Burke's li tter of August 8, sliming my
name, as he had the r:gl.t to do In mv ab
sence. He showed me Mr. Burke's letter
on my return, and knowing there wss noth
ing in the tmrihacllon on my part to apolo
gize for I paid no more attention to it.
The while affair was purely a Ir-gltlniale
private enfrpilae. which as business men
we Investigated and turned down half a
dr aeu yesrs a?o.
It may be oC interest In this connection to
ray that later Mi. IUirke wrote me saving
he was hi ing presi:l to make statements
w hich woul I he calculated to li. Jure me.
and asked me to see him In Chlcego on a
dHte when I was billed to apeak there
That letter was not even acknowledKed,
because I ba 1 nothing to pay or promiae
to prevent the disclosure of any public or
private a t of mine.
If he haa lound a market for the wares
the Incident must go along with what I
suppose Is to he expected in the last week
of a campaign.
SENATOR BEVERIDGE IS INDIANA
"ays Bryan Haa New Ideae Every
Time He Cioea on Rond.
FORT WAYNE, Ind.. Oct. t!. With a
great parade and an Immense audience at
the skating rink here tonight. Senator Al
bert J. Ilevtridge closed his first day's tour
of Indian on a special train. Several
polnta vlaited were In democratic com
munities and the aenator waa Interrupted
frequently with questions.
At Alexandria the senator asked If any
one In the crowd intended to vote for
Bryan and a great number shouted "Yes."
The senator asked the reason. ''For the
same reason," one man replied, "That tha
republicans voted for Abraham Lincoln."
"Well," said Senator Beverldge, "Abra
ham Lincoln atood for a country without
aectlona. We are going to vote agalnat
Bryan tlha year because he atanda for a
country of classes, each one warring upon
At Waraaw, the senator likened Bryan to
Magician Keller, "because he has new Ideas
every lime he goes upon the road."
John T. MeCulcheon and Oeorge Ade ac
companied the senator today. The special
train leaves here In the morning at 6
o'clock for Its second day's tour of Indians.
HOOHB4CK TIMR I AT M M
Democrats at Their Old Tricks In
TECVMSEH. Neb.. Oct. i7.-(9pecla1.)-The
democratic roorback, expected ut a
late hour, has already made Its appear
ance In Johnson county. The county dem
ocratic committee has Issued circulars
showing that In the case of some fifteen
men, residents of the county, the new as
sessment shows an Increase In taxes. The
committee hns failed to show the names
of men whose taxes are not Increased. It
has also failed to state that last year there
was ho assessment made for road purposes,
and the roumy board found Itself badly
handicapped In tha matter of road Im
provement. Floods followed and many
brldgea were washed away, and the aame
had to be replaced and the roads fixed.
Three mills la levied under the new as
sessment for road purposes, and It Is little
enough. From this read appropriation
many bills for road Improvement already
contracted will be paid, for emergencies
have existed and the county board has
been obliged to act. One farmer taxpayer
came snorting Into the county clerk'a of
fice this morning, stating that a member
of the democratic committee advised him
to see about hU taxes before he votes. He
found them to be somewhat lower than
last year and went back and gave the
committeeman the laugh. Another thing
the democratic committee falls to recog
nise la the natural and expected Increase
In valuations under the last assessment,
particularly Ignoring the advance of farm
lands and public Improvements In cities,
villages and school districts.
LABOR VOTE EVENLY DIVIDED
President of Dredizemen Reports on
Result ot Ilia Observations.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 27.-T. J. Dolan.
president of the International Brotherhood
cf Steamahovel Men and Dredgers, railed
upon Prealdent Roosevelt today and talked
with him regarding the political situation.
Mr. Dolan haa Just returned from a trip
through Indiana, Ohio and New York and
he told the president that aa a result of
his observations, and from reporta of sev
eral organlxera of the brotherhood, the
labor vote seems to be pretty evenly dl
vtdtd. The men, he aald, are not express
ing themselves to any extent, and It ta
hard to learn Juat where they stand. He
reported that most of the men of his
brotherhood are with Judge Taft because
they always found that he treated them
aquarely when they asked anything that
YOUNG MAN J3IES IN SHAME
. C. Mrlhorn Shoots Himself Through
Temple While In Ninth
Despondency thought to have been oc
casioned by isolation from hla relatives
and a protracted period of Intoxication, re
sulted In the death by his own hand of
S. C. Melhorn cf Harlan, la.. In a house
of 111 fame at 112 Ninth street at o'clock
A letter found In the dead man'a pocket
Indlcatea that he recently waa a book
keeper or stenographer for the W. W.
Wheeler Hardware company at Harlan,
while a- letter from the Co-Operative
Reference company of Omaha ahows that
Melhorn had applied for work through
that concern. A note addressed to Miss
Bessie Orancy or Grancll of Dea Molnea
and signed by Melhorn told of expecting
to hear from that woman while Melhorn
waa In Omaha.
Death resulted from a 82-callber bullet
wound In the right temple, the bullet hav
ing gone completely through the head and
having come out near the left ear. The
tragedy occurred Juat after one of the
Inmates of the resort had left Melhorn's
room to go to breakfast. Senla Hansen
conducts the place.
It is aald that the young man, who waa
only about 24 years old, had Intimated that
he might kill himself. The body waa taken
In charge of Coroner Brewer, who prob
ably will hold an Inquest.
TWENTY-FIVE NEW JURORS
Additional Panel Is Drawn for tho
Federal Court, to Report
Ninth of November.
An additional panel of twenty-five Jurors
haa been drawn from the entire Nebraska
federal division for the trial of the land
cases aet for hearing in the 1'nlted States
district court In Omaha. November 9. TUe
jurors are ordered to report Kovemt-er 9,
at 8:80 a. m. Omaha Is represented on the
panel by Melchlve Lees, whose name, ad
dresa or occupation doea not appear In ths
Omaha city directory, The Jury la aa fol
lows: Edward Angler. Loup City; S. A. Brldn
baugh, Dakota; Frank Denney, Duykln;
Hiram M. Dexter. Clarks; John T. Davis.
Harrison; E. C. Gibbons, Comstock; L. H.
Grlgsby, Bloomlngton; If. 8. Hlrechman,
Coleridge; Walter H. Hawthorn, (or Han-
thorn), Nora; K. Y. Hanson, Herman; Wil
liam W. Htrr'a. South Auburn; John H011
dereheldt, Mllford; Theodore Jacobs, Have,
lock; Melchlve Lees, Omaha; Robert I.nng
lev, Decatur; Edward Mattiesen, Ttlair;
John H. Massle, Wayne; William Mcl Kin
old. Meadow Grove; C. J. O'Connor, Ches
terfield; Harry M. Peters, Rogers; S. J.
Penny, Sargent; George II. Ransom. Ban
croft; John Redmond, Jr., Crab Orchard;
Islle Stump. Fremont; Maynard Spink,
Beatrice; Albert Thompson, Aurora.
' No greater mistake ran he made than to
consider lightly the first symptoms of
any disease. Many a bright and promis
ing career haa been wrecked through ne
glect or Improper treatment at the com
mencement. When a man's health Is con
cerned he should not experiment with un
certain, dangeroua or unreliable treatment
or Jeopardize his future health and hap
piness by, neglect. Why take such des
perate chances when you can aecur the
aervlcea ot the honest, skillful, exper
ienced and auccessful apeclallata of the
State Medical Institute, the beat in the
We treat men only and core promptly,
safely and thoroughly and at the lowest
cost BBGaTCHITIS, CATAKBH, NEttV
OBt DEBILITY", BLOOD POiaolf, tjallt
DISEASES. KIDBJBT and BX.ASUJt Dl!i
SASlis) and all atpeolal Dlaeaaes and their
STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
1308 rarnam St., Between 13th and 3;tfc Sts., Omaha, Neb.
CURfO WITHOUT TH1
uarwntee. Me money la ba
of Chiorsforav Ethsr er ether
TO LAY Hr Pre See en
OR. C. R. TARRY. 224
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAILV
Nebraska Power Company Submit. I
NO BOND ISSUE IS REQUIRE!
Council, After nisrnaalns; It lnfor.
mntly. Lays the Matter Over tn
Allow the Pnbllo to- Consider
The city council took up the newly mod.
fled proposition Pf the TMefcraska Powel
company last night. The company wa re
quested by the city council to have a copy
of its proposition printed In the" dally prest
so that the public could become Informed
0(1" Its various phases. Briefly, the proposl.
Hon Is at present to sell to the city of South
Omaha the plant, without, the Issue ot
bonds, and accept In return quarterly pay
ments of the Interest on the original cost,"
or Jlpon.ono, and a portion of the principal.
This payment w-aa to come from the pro
fits of the sale of light and power.. The
compny proposea to build the plant and
bring the power to South Omaha from
Columbus. The capacity I the fireposed .
plant Is l.VVOnO horsepower per day
Tho council r9"',(' ,ri ordinance an the
licensing of public amiisementi. n4l kin
dred affairs, without division. . The.- as
sessment against moving pictures la 850 per
year In halls or permanent places. It hi :
$30 per month In tents. .
The ordinance defining Ihe duties of city
weighers was passed. A' greet deal et
routine was disposed of. Including some
claims and important estimates. The coun
cil then adjourned for nne week. '' . '
Republicans Meet Tonight.
A meeting of Polish voters Will be held
In the evening at KoecUieko hall at Twenty
aeventh and J atreets. N. Zlotnlckl.
CTilcotro speaker of international reputa
tion, will speak In the. Polish language.
Magic City Goes I p. v
Jetter's Gold Top Beer delivered to any
part of the city. Telephone No. 8.
Oeagn nut, high-grade, medium-priced
coal. Tel. No. 8. BroadweU-Kich Coal Co.
FYank E. Jones Is much incensed over
the fact that aoraeone poisoned his dog
Mrs. S. A. Campbell and daughter Of
Tllden. Neb., are the guests of Mr. and
Mra. C. E. Campbell.
Charles Mahl, who haa been suffering
from a severe cold and threatened pneu
monia. Is somewhat improved.
Frank Doleial's wife, who has been In a
hospital for two weeks from severe illness,
la said to be in a critical conuiuon.
The death of Harry P. Thomas, son of
Benjamin Thomas, 853 South Twenty-eighth,
occurred Sunday. The funeral will be held
October 28. " ' ' ' .
The Pioneer Historical aocloty of ..South
Omaha will celebrate th twenty-second
birthday of South Omaha Wednesday even
ing at Woodmen hall.
In order that other church societies may
not Interfere, the Presbyterian church an
nounces the date of their annual bazar snd
dinner on December .3. ."'.'
The following births have been reported:
Joe Rolsdorf. Twenty-seventh snd J streets.
Sirl; Mike Hanne. 4128 Q street, girl; Anton
. Buglewics, 178 South Twenty-sixth, boy.
The third division of ths Presbyterian
King's Daughters will give a dinner at
the residence of Mrs. 'William Berry, Hit
North Twenty-alxth street, Thuredey even
ing, October 29.
Jetter's Gold Top Beer-delivered, to any
part of the city. Telephone No. S.
The death of Mrs. Catherine Moran, ago
"6, occurred at St. Joseph hospital yester
day after an Illness of several months. She
was the mother of Mrs. Paul Lange, !M
North Eighteenth atreel. South Omaha. The
funeral will be held from the realdence
Wednesday morning, arriving at St. Agnes'
church at 9 a. 111. The burial will be In
St. Mary's cemetery.
A Fortunate Texan.
K. W. Ooodloe, Dallas, Tex., found a
sure cure for malaria and biliousness In
Dr. King's New Life Pills. 26c For sale
by Beaton Drug Co.
PRIZES FOR THE BEST BREAD
Cash Premiums Will Be Paid at the
Pure Food 1 Shove to
Housewives of Omaha will bake bread
next week for good and . valuable.' prlzrs
which will be given by the management of
the Pure Food show at the Auditorium
and also by the exhibitors of flour. Tlu.
combined prizes give the maker of the best
loaf of bread tu, the aecond best $30 and
the third best $20. The Pure Food Show
araoclatlon will give $30, divide, Into $ fi
for the first prise, $16 for the second' and
110 for the third, and the concern which ex
hibits the flour from which 'the winning
loaves are made will duplicate the associa
Three firms have already entered their
flour In the contest and others have signi
fied their Intention of coming In. , Thosi
already entered are: Pride of Omaha, by
the I'pUlke Milling company: Oilman's Gold
Medal, by the McCord-Brady company, and
A. B. C, by Allen Bros.
KHAR AS IS UNDER, ARREST
Omabn Man filves Rond When Appre
hended I'nder Indictment ot
Theodore Kharas of Omaha waa arrested
Tuesday morning by Deputy United States
Marshal Trcctor undor an Indictment from
the federal grand Jury found agalnat
Khans at Its recent sitting In Omaha. The
Indictment chargea Kharas with using lha
1'nited States malls for purposes to de-'
fraud. Kharas' bond for hla appeamrxe at
the United States district court was fixed '.
at $2,5o, which he gave later in th after
noon. The Indictment ia the result of complaints
Hied ugalnst Kharas by certain Investors
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