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,111; OMAHA SUNDAY BEEt OCTOBER 3, 1900.
W arrants to
leathers. IHmcan Shoe company, 23 Main
Pay for Ditch
reme Court Modifiei Decision
School shoes that will give satisfaction.
That's the kind we sell. Try a pair and be
eamefled. tuncan Hhis company. 23 Main
HAVE YOU BEGUN TO THINK ABOUT
School shoes that will give satisfation.
That's the kind we sell. Try a pair and be
satisfied. Duncan Shoe company, 23 Main
m iremont County
from Staff Correspondent )
MOINES, la., Oct. 2. Imperial.)
supreme court today the case of
laghan et al against Clark Vanatta
appellant, was modified and af-
, . Tb modification In that the
auditor of Fretnrint county shall
I warrant for $S:!5.'.i3 for the construc
fnt the ditch In question. The cane
f appealed to the stiprome oourt from
nont county, the plaintiff seeking; to
In the sssessment of the costs of con
viction of the. ditch. The court alao or-
11 that half the costs of th milt shall
, paid by the plalntirfs and half by the
I fn the Interest of the. Innocent purchas
ers th court reversed the case of- Cecil '
M. Stewart siralnst R; r. Hall et al., ap
pellants, l'olk cou'jty. The case involved a
(rade of I'akota land to Stewart for his
factory ami sme lots in this city, in
which Stewart claimed he di'fraAiflea'
of Ills property. The appeal to. the . su
pirtne court was by L. B. Jtst.son, who
had purciased the factory from the con
splratorri, and James A. Flke, who hoOKlit
the Iota, they claiming to.be Innocent pur-chasij-s.
The factory alone was valued at
IM.OA - -. -
Judge S. F. T'routy appeared before tlw
executive council today in the Interests of
.Major A. S. Carper and asked that he e
I retained In a position In the sri lilvt-s de-
jjai mit-ui t, i wie Historical ouimiug. J ne
council gave no definite promise, but as
sured him they tvould oohsider the. matter.
Major Carper's friends claim there is a
disposition on the part rf the members of
th council to make a place for the major
either In the archteves department or else
in Motne other position In the state house.
The claim the major has not a com
petency on which lie could retire and is In
need of retaining some position.
William and Charles Barlow ami Albert
Ash, the three men arrested on a charge
of murdering C. K. Murrow, were released
today, the officers becoming convinced
that they were not the right men. In
formation has been received by the of
ficial! Implicating other persons, but no
arrest have thus far been made.
Ballots counted In the office of the ad
jutant general today resulted in the elec
tion of Major Timothy J. Mahoney of
Boone to the position cif lieutenant colonel
of that i-egLment. He was the only can
didate and Kot all the votes. An election
to fill the vacancy in the position of ma
jor will be ordered It) a few days.
GOOD EYESIGHT WITHIN
With a pair of our Special ground
lenses. They are the result of
scientific study for the lietterment
of defective vision. Eve sight Is of
such vital Importance that one should
take extraordinary precaution to
guard asalnst eye troubles. If your
eve are wrong don't try to deceive
yourself into the belief that they are
right. Come and let us examine them
Huteson Optical Co
813 S. ICth t.
Factory n premises.
Our line of children's school and dress
shoes include all the new patterns. Extra
high tops In button and lace and In all
leathers. Imnran Shoe company, 23 Main
'Continued from Sixth Page.)
Two Hundred and Ninety-Five Mil
lion Bushels of Corn for the .
U'Vom a Staff Correspond, in.)
DEH MOINES, la., Oot. 2..Spvelul Tel
Kram.) llun. John Covvhle in his unnuul
estimate to the Agricultural department
ut Washington fixes the crop of Iowa tr.la
year at 2Uu,UU.00U bushels. The total value
of few, orops to placed ut nearly SKTu.uUu,
WO. Last year the crop value of the state
was placed at a7ti,tW0.0(.
Qeorge K. lU-nry, president of the Grant
club of tills city, today telegraphed
Speaker Cannon, who suf-ftkn at ths home
coming at Knoxville next Tuesday,, Invit
ing him to bt the guest of the lub at
tfimirr buy nivht next oel at Mis con
venience and informing him he would be
expected to uiikc,a speeiii. lie could ar
rive In len MolneH that evening at 6
o'clock ami it Is expected lie will ascent
th jnvltathjn.. -
lawa rna wtea. .
MA RSI I A LITOWN The ion of Albion,
near here, has a cBrioMiy in ihe fwrm of
a miilget babe, weighing but three pounds,
which was bom. to Mr. and Mrs. llugii
M'GKMOOU Jay ftoblmtoil. Jg'd SD. a
conductor on the Chicago, Mil Yankee &
St. laul railroad, fell from Ins train near
here today and was i uututntfd. He lived
lu L)uliunie, where lie Jaea a wife.
CKKSTON Ktre ytsieuiny destroyed the
houe iff John Sharp, i art of the house
hold itootls aere exvtd. i n property wa
fully insured, which ill Cover the 70J
loss sustained. '1 he llae was caused by
a defective fhie
UA IlSHAliLTuWN-ll Is expected thai
1) of next week, and p.inapa part of the
week folhiwttig will be devoiea by tna aia
trict court to the trial of criminal cases,
growing out f Indictments returned
against the snloonlsis of this city for the
alleged Illegal sales of liquors. Today
twenty of these eases wets assigned lor
MARSHA I. I.TOWN Although manle.i
for more than thirty years, and the parcn.s
of a family of ten chllureti. all but two ui
whom have reach, d tn. lr majority. Mr.
and Mrs. lieotkie v'iy of uilinan jue to
be sepHiuttd by divorce If the ie begun
by the petition of Mrs. Quigley. . f U d in
the district court Here today, comes U
MARSHA I. I.TOWN Because so many
, feisoiis living In vaulous towns along in
tine of the t.iaat Western complained, be
cause the company proposed to annul pas
senger M'aiUM .Sua. 'i and 6 on tiexl Sun
day, today notice was sent out ftotn tha
oflicc of Division Superintendent- Shipley
lit I'es Moines, that the propositi iha..f"
had been postponed itidet iniiely.
C'RESTON Albert Wray, employed by
the Standard Oil company ul Maryvillts,
was found yesterday mornhig liangmg from
a tieum in a barn v nil a rope about his
necK, anil lit exilncl. No reason was left
ioV the rash act. but it is ttnow u mat ha
had been drinking heavily of late, and w
consul, i atny in o. ul auinit town, tie a
3i years oi age. and leaves a Wife and
UUlN 0 H -Hiere Is a good ciop of
ttpples in ALUs county this ear anil the
exit titoive ut ciiards near t,tentood are well
laden wltli Iruil. it lias become uo. s.-ai y
to iiiipoit laboters by jljc scores to itr
ISke care ul the in p. it Is entmiHteil luai
1 01 cat loads oi fiies will be shipped out
as lllenwiK'd alei.t, m inch at the piesetit
p; lee o. Ing paid here fur applet will bring
MAUONAL Ths1' Cofrrtn pi-eberty,
hit li n et at I'Uttui.al this Week, has Just
clooMt a pioiltatila session 'I'hiriy-Iivs
etiuiehes were repi rtented, and a fair at
tendance of mtui.-ueis. Kev. W 111. am Clei
ikud of Corning nan t-riosen loinl. raloi ,
and Kev. Mauley Outeltus of corning, per
manent ei, ik. I-legates to the synod.
wliKii mts In lubuu,ue thia nKwh, wire
selected a follows: A. E. Klser pf Mal
vern, llev. c. A. Marhall of Sidney. HeV.
S. K. Cuteiius uf Coming, Kev. J. F: Linn
of Crestun ud Kv. James Driver of Vll
lisca. The Kv. Jtr. Kittil.Ue of Afton was
dismsed to me ptesoyieiy of Sloisx City,
and lakes up w,,ik at oiu-e at Ait. la
Rev. tl l Otike. ui e of tiie oldest min
taiers in Ihe pi.-uyu-iy, was dlsmtsaeti also
to 111 SIOUX 1'u.y jiriytei-. And lltea up
Work kt Kariy. la Key. t'. A. Hergsi.
who sUA'ceds Dr. i .n.Ke at Ked Oak. was
received Into niembeiship from the ptes
bytery at Neobho. Kan.
Investigate: the A. Hctpa company 'plan
of selling pianos. Us a sysiem wh-rcby
yVi get the best possible musical ml no
tor the least money. J t'earl surorl and -Jr
BVuutk Main street. Council Bluffs, 1a.
KlePt Stevenson, Mrs. Gibson, Miss
tUgan. Mrs. C. E. Tucker, Mrs. J. J.
Shiirpe nnd Mrs. A. E. Mitchell,
Mrfs. Styrnext Stevenson presented to Mrs.
fttrlker tt huge bowquat of roses and n
artistic mantel rh.ck in the name of the
Council Muffs lodge. Each guest was
given it picture of Mrs. Striker as a
souvenir of the occasion. The committee
hi charge of the entertainment was ciwri
posed of Mrs. D. Ilenatd. Mm. F. tl.
Hitchcock. Mrs. O. Tonnkermnn, Mrs. J. V.
Spin. . Mrs. E. Crisp and Mrs. Stevenson.
Mrs. A. P. Hahchett ahd Mrs. Angelihe
Brlnsinald gave a prettily appointed lunch
eon Thursdny afternoon at Mrs. Hanchett's
home on South Sixth street. The guesis
were received on the screened nnreh. wlm li
was fcttractivi !y decora'.ed with fall flowers.
I.unCneon was served from Small tables,
which were decorated with brown atul
golden gallurdta. w litie the pluce cards were
moinigraired with gold letters. The color
scheme -whs prettily carritd out In thu
course luncheon. Covers were laid for
Announcements have been received in this
city of the marriage of Dr. Horrace Haver
stock of this city to Miss Emily Smart, at
the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Rh hard Smart of Bavonne, N. J. Dr.
Havprstock Has been In "the east for the
last two years, and met Miss Smart while
acting as interne In the Metropolitan hos
pital In New York, Miss Smart being a
nuife In the same hospital. Dr. and Mrs.
Haverstock will occupy rooms at the horn
of Dr. I'. J. Montgomery, with whom Dr.
Haverstock will enter into partnership in
the practice of medicine. '
The Ebony Warblers entertained Monday
evening at the- home of Mrs. Edward Can
ning of Oakland avenue complimentary to
Miss Klnny Jane Dietrich. The house
was tastefully decorated with wild flowers
and autumn Iraves. On behalf of the
"Warblers." Mrs. J. B. Atkins, the presi
dent, presented Miss Dietrich with a hand
some 'silver salad set. During the evening
nn Impromptu program, for whleh the
Ebony Wai biers are famous, w as given by
Miss Cora Oreteur. Miss Baldwin, Miss
iara Haydcn. Mrs. Maurice Wollman and
Miss Frances Mallory. Refreshments were
served lute in the evening. Mrs. Canning
was assit-ted In entertaining bv Mrs. F. K.
C.illllund. Miss Mabel Cook and Miss Flor
The tenth annual conference of the
Daughters of the American Revolution
will be held in Sioux City. October 6 ahd
T. Several prominent .Council Bluff.-i
women are planning to attend and will
be the guests of Martha Washington chap
ter. An Interesting program has been ar
ranged for the two days' session. A
luncheon will be given Wednesday In
honor of the guests and a tro" eM tn
Mornlngslde and Riverside will be a fea
ture of Thursday's program. The mem
bers of the local chapter who are planning
On attending the conference are Mrs.
Thomas Metcalf. sr.. Mrs. Page Morri
son, Mrs. Edward McConnell. Mrs. George
Mayn. Mrs. Thomas Q Harrison, and
Miss Mary DeVol.
Dr. Albert V T!etiney nnd Ml"x Mnrle
Cornelius, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
It. Corm liu.-. were quietly nia,rrn ri Wednes
day morning at g o'clock at St. Francis
Xwvlcrs chinch. Rev. Fs-her Franels
McMsmts officiating. Only a few Intimate
friends and rilntives were present. The
bride wore a dainty trhite tnwn and was
attended bv her cousin Miw Kntherlne
Hill, of FreCport, III. Mr. F'ank J. Me
Govern of North Platte. Neb., acted asliest
man. Following the cec monv a wedding
breakfnst was served to fifteen guests at
the home of the bride's parents on South
Seventh street. The house whs etfectlxoly
decorated with palms and pU'k: and white
roses. Dr. nnd Mrs. Ifennessv left at noon
for a western trip. Tho bride's traveling
gown was a becoming tailored suit of blue
cloth. Dr. and Mrs. IMnnessy will be at
home tn their friends after October 15 at
Ut! South Seventh street. The guests at the
weddiling from out of town Included Mr.
Frank .1. McOovern of North Pl.itte, Neb :
Mr. Sidney Bloom of Sheridan. Wy. ; Mr.
Graham Bradley of. Iowa City, Miss Mary
Ifetinessy of Iowa City, sister of the grooni.
and the Misses Catherine and Margaret
Hill of Kreeport, III., cousins of the bride
Mr. William S. Richmond snd Miss
Fannie Jane Dietrich, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. K. Dietrich, were united in mar
riage Wednesday morning at St. Paul's
Kpjrrnpal church, the rector. Rev. John
Williams Jones, officiating. The ceremonv
was witnessed by about twenty-five Inti
mate friends and relatives. The bridal party
entered the church to Ihe strains) of the
Lohengrin bridal chorus, plaved by Miss
Marguerite Morehouse, who also played
"O, Promise Me" din ing the ceremony and
followed with the- triumphal Mendelssohn
march. The bride wore a becoming tailored
gown of dark blue, with hat to match,
trimmed with shaded blue plumes. She wore
m cluster of pink roses. Miss Madge
C'nll;er was bridesmaid and Mr. Paul I.
Van Order was beet msn. Following thV
ceremony a wedding breakfast was served
fft TJ Mvnster street, where Mr. and Mrs,.
Richmond went at once to housekeeping.
The rooms were blight with fall flowers,
snlvla and asters being as.-d In profusion.
The guests were seated at one large and
one small tnble. Richmond ros netng
uoed as a centerpiece. The bride Is a grad
uate of the Council Bluffs Hleh school
and Is well known as an eVocutlonlst of
more than oritinsry abfllty.- Mr. Hiehmnn.1
is employed by the Cudahy Parking com
pany of South Omaha, and both lie and
his bride: are popular members of' the
Ames Finally Wins a Ragged Game
with an Eleven Minus Sev- I
AMES. In.. Oct. 2 (Special Telegram.
Amen won today. 11 to 6, but for the first
time since lsKM. Coe college scored against
Ames. The score as came as a result of
a fumble by Ames, Heath securing the bail
and ran forty yards for a touchdown. The
majority of Ames men weresjilaying their
first game of college foot ball. They were
heavy, but Inexperienced. They gained on
line smashes and close end runs. Heath
played a fierco game for Coe, going
through the line for gains.. Johnston came
back with equal force for Ames. Ringheltn
and Andrews made long gains around ends
Minghelm played a star defense. Ueggen
was not able to play at quarter. McCoy
played well. Tellicr was not out for end
and Troeger was kept out by a bad
shoulder. No open plays were used by
Amce. only an occasional onslde kick.
Their supporters are very apprehensive as
to the outcome of the game with Minnesota
T B F D .
B H. L.H
Cockprsll. . L M. ! H H.
M B LQ.R.
H K 1 L F.
J. A. Smith I
. .Wilmarth. ry, I
.Orden, M. KInly
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS TOO LIGHT
lust Colleste Wins. Kot Is Scored
PES MOINES, Oct. 2 (Special Telegram.)
The fodt ball game between Iowa college
and Pes Moines East High school played
here this afternoon resulted In 49 to 6, In
favor of Orlnnell. Peg Moines started out
well and made the first touchdown In nine
minutes. The first half of twenty minutes
ended with the score, 11 to 6. Within the
first two minutes of the second half Mar
shall had made An end run of thirty yards
and a touchdown and g-oal for Orlnnell.
Later Turner made a seventy-yard run and
touchdown and Marshall another spectacu
lar run. Pes Moines was sporty, but too
light weight, good on tackle and kick.
Cogswell of Grlnnell, referee. Clark, um
1. H I R.H.,
F II ., F .B ..
.Jim Greenwood j
The Radiant Home is the best healer
anit fuel ecmiomtser In tire World. Pule
agents. I'eterson & Schoening Co.
fur line of children's school and dress
shoes include all the new patterns. Extra
high tops in button and Isoe and In ill
JAYHAWKERS HAVE A ROMP!
St. Itoary's C'nllciie 1'roVcs Only reae. '
(tee fop Kanrnia. ,
LAWRENCE. Knn., Oct. 2. -(Special Tel
egram.) This afternooA the Jayhawker j
foot ball teum defeiit'd the team from St. i
Mary's college by the score of 29 to 0. The j
Kansas team made twenty-three points in I
the first half. In the second half Coach j
Kennedy put tn his subs and they were ,
able to make but one, touchdown. -The ,
team was weakened by' the change. Knn
sets showed up particularly strong today
In forward passing, onslde kicking and
punting. Johnson's punts livt raged over
forty-five yards and they were hard to '
handle. The Jay hawkers' veterans were in
excellent shape and the score would have
been higher had not Kennedy withdrawn
Ms men to save thorn for the game against
Oklahoma next Saturday. The lineup: ,
IK I R E
n lu.... W'ltaonvnie, itmnn
wilhalm, Stephenson, f
Lovatt , F B B
. . . Mulloney, Cuahlng
R T. L T.
I) B i y.B
1. Goals: Rond, 2: .Stephenson. 2.
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Is never written of those who cure coughs
and cold with Pr. King's New Plscovery.
Guaranteed. 60c and 11.00. Mold by Beatvn
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WYMORE. N.b.. Oct.
Ihs seeoml of a series of
2 (Special -Tn
fl'-e games to he
plsyed by the high school f.iot ball team
of Wymore and Rlue Springs, Wymorc met
defeat by the score of '.'7 to 0. yesterday
afternoon in Ulue Spi-lngs. Superior team
work on the part of Hlue Springs won the
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that It never falls to cure diarrhoea, dys
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and adults. Sold by all druggists. '
If yeu have anything to sell or trad
and want quick action, advertise It In The
Baa Want Ad columns.
boys, buy your sheila, guns and sport
lug goods at I'eterson Schosulug Co.
Iiiu always gat what you ui
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Over 680,000 copies of this complete Psnlly Doctor Book were sold in cloth
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FOR THE LONG COLD DAYS OF WINTER
THIS STORE is just full of suggestions on
homefurnishinors rierht now never did we
show such attractive displays of reasonably
priced furniture, odd )ieces furniture for the complete home and
complete home outfits all so handsome and yet because of our tre
mendous buying power are brought to you now at prices which repre
sents a decided saving. If you have begun to think about fixing up
your home for winter, we'd like to show you through this magnifi
PARLOR SUITE MADE OF GENUINE MAHOGANY VE
NEER UPHOLSTERED IN GENUINE LEATHER
On of the handsomest ault(s we've ever offered at the price, fcach pltco
Is large and roomy, mane of genuine ttiahogaiiy veneer, t
holstered In srenutne leather, or silk plush. A thoroughly
high grade parlor suite specially priced ror this weea
Made in selected mater
ials, golden oak or ma
hogany finish. Large
French plate beveled
edge mirror. Serpentine
top drawers. Can't be du
plicated else- n QP
where. Price. . .OiOJ
ALL BRASS BEDS
r iiinfisM ju.Lfj Tj r
HEAVY IRON BEDS d""r I,ricod '
These cases are made of
selected solid oak nnd are
richly carved." Have bent
glass doors to bookcase
section, heavy beveled
edge mirror. An extra
fine case spe- 13 OC
I..-:.. r . . r. ,.; JJJr- rrv.r. i.---al
These heds are
made of heavy 2
ln. posts. They ar
finished In a gen
uine French Ihc
;uer in satin or
bright finish. You
may have seen
Hrass Bed offrr
IngH, hut never
, anything to equal
These are un
q u e s t lonably
the most mas
sive. Iron Heds
that ever have
been shown for
and heavy tub
steel side rails.
9X12 BRUSSELS RUGS
These rugs are made without mitre
seams and are consequently much more
durable than pieced rugs. They are
woven of selected worsteds and are
recommended for. great durability.
There are numerous patterns from
which to choose. Special II
for this week " IliUU
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9x12 WILTON VELVET RUGS
This is one of the best rug offerings of
the vear. Made of the best selected
all worsted materials, with high,
deep piles, soft and luxurious. You
may-look all over Omaha and you'll
not find a value to equal Qfl
this one. Special at . . . i v
NANTUCKET LEATHER ROCKER
These rockers are just as illustrated above, are
made with a helivy oak frame and are upholster
ed in Nantucket leather. They have large carved
heads on each arm, oil tempered 6teel springs
in the seat. Special for this
SOLID OAK KITCHEN CABINET
These cabinets contain flour bins,
bread and meat boards, drawers and
shelves as shown in the above illus
tration. They are strongly con
structed, will last for years C 1 C
special price this week. .. I J
These are powerful
double heaters, are
perfect self feeders
and are the biggest
values for the mon
ey we have ever of
fered. They are elab
orately trimmed In
nickel. They repre
sent one of the
stove values for this
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Guaranteed for five years; complete
with high wartnlfig closet, as shown- In
Illustration. Thege steel ranges are a
marvel at the price positively the best
ever sold at anywhere near the money.
Have six large full size 8-lnch holes
extra larne square oven;
with nickel trimming. . .
Of massive design. Made of solid
bak handsomely polished. Brass
drawer pulla. 5 large, roomy draw
ers. Specially priced for A OQ
this week "iOu
COLE'S HOT .
Famous the world
over, perfect gas
consumers, will bold
fire 36 hours a
ly trimmed with
nickel. Burnt bard
or soft coal, wood or J - v
cobs. Wonderfully '
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