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.fE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1003.
Tk OonmtU Blaff Offle ef the
Oiuki Be la at la Bean ItiMV
Both. paoaea . '
Vmond playing the beat vaudeville.
VlHIGANS, undertakers. 'Phone lit
lentlc rangea P. C. Da Vol Hdw. Co.
drtng Undertaking company. Tel. 339.
I s Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone 17.
I 8T bEKR AT HOOER8' BUFFET.
I rent, modern hound, 726 tth avenue.
I n you want reliable want ad adver
' use The Bee.
" f 10U8 Bteel King farm wagon. Bper-
, He inpieti, sii urotaway.
Ird It Boland, undertaker. 'Phone 122-
city council will meet tonight for the
ilar monthly session.
lCfJlK- Snyder will convene the October
in of superior court this morning.
Expert piano tuning. Hospe, Phone 64
Bur M day), 2) I'earl jt.. 2s S. Main.
i 1'p-to-date Art Department and Picture
j taming, llorwick. 211 South Main street.
' For good painting see Walter Nlcholalsen
& Co., 14 South Alain street. 'Phone Inde
pendent 416 Ited.
FOR RKNT TWO ROOMS, BAPP
HUM'K. INyriRK K. A WK'KHAM, 19
SCOTT HTKKliT. PHONKH, 43.
For the beat result In picture framing
to where It I muds a specialty, which la
Alexamlor'a Art Store, 3SS Ji'way.
Hill Grow, charged with assault and bat
tery on K. Kaltzman will have a hearing
before Justice Cooper tomorrow morning.
Mornings ids ohapter of the Woman's
guild of St. Paul's Kplscopal church will
meet Tuesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. L. C. liealey, tU)l East Broadway.
Jiimes Mason, the 2-year-old son of Mrs.
Mary Mason -lnd Edward Maaon has been
ordered by Judge Snyder of the Juvenile
court placed In the cuatody of the boy's
grandmother, Mrs Frances Sales of Rock
f.nd township. Mason a few days ago
brought suit for divorce from the mother
of the boy.
There will be no midweek services this
week at St, John's English Lutheran
church. The business and social meeting
announced for Thursday evening haa been
abandoned and a business meeting of the
congregation will be held next Sunday eve
ning In the church at :46 o'clock. The
choir wlU meet at the church Friday eve
ning for rehearsal.
The men of the First Congregational
church will meet today noon at the Grand
hotel for the weekly luuoh and conference.
Midweek services will be held Wednesday
evening at 7:46 o'clock In the parsonage.
Mra. J. If. Btrock. Ml Sixth avenue will en
tertain the meeting and kenaington of the
Indies' Aid society Tuesday afternoon at
her home. The Flower mission will meet
Saturday afternoon at 2.80 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. Strock.
Fall lioaso Cleaaln; Time la Here.
Just think how much more Inviting
your dining room or parlor would be
with an addition of a nice piece of new
furniture. With only a amall outlay
you can get anything you need. We have
a great variety In all the newest and
prettiest fall and winter patterns. We
have made special effort to have the at
tractive aets to match In design. Prices
are moderate and we Invite you to in
spect the big store. Peterson & Schoen
(Alt ('It E W IS THREATENED
Man with Ilevolver Compels Motor
man to Tarn Back.
Late Saturday night an unidentified man
riding a horse and carrying what was said
to bo a revolver of heavy caliber rode up
alongside one of the large cars on the
Omaha line Just as It was about to make
the turn from Pierce street onto Oak ave
nue, ands leveling his gun at the motorman
ordered,, lilno .urn pack and not come
"We don't want any of your scab cars
In this end of town," said the fellow as he
covered the motorman with his artillery.
The car was without a special officer, as
It was not thought that protection was
needed on that part of the line, and the
motorman decided that discretion was the
best part of valor, lie obeyed the order
and backed the car to Pearl street. The
fellow on the nurse rode alongside the car
for two or three blocks, alternately point
ing his gun at the motorman and the con
ductor and telling them not to dare to
come back there again.
When the car reached Pearl street, Train
master Harnett at once notified the police,
and taktng a special officer with him at
once Btarted the car back to Pierce street.
Police officers were hurried to the scene,
but the man on horseback had made him
self scarce. No further trouble was re
ported on that line and none, outside of the
attack on the conductor at Manawa, waa
Several of the old men. It was stated by
officials of the company, had returned to
work in Council Bluffs, and cars were run
yesterday practically on the regular sched
ule up to 11 o'clock last night.
Tom Phillips and Iick and Ted Stevenson
were arrested at Manawa yesterday after
noon by Deputy Sheriffs Woolman and
Humphrey and will have a hearing this
morning before Justice Rlef on the charge
of attempting to assault the crew of a
street car. . The three young men, It Is
said, boarded a car on which the conductor
was a striker who had returned to work
nd after abusing him, attempted. It la
aliened, to throw hiin off the car. The
three furnished bonds for their appearance
In court this rwrnlng.
fn huvlnir vour wall paper of ua you can
always be certain of getting the best. Our
customers have always found that in aeai
ing with us they can place entire confl
uence In any suggeattona we make on the
selections of wall paper. We employ men
who understand how wall paper work
should be done and we guarantee that any
work that we contract will be satisfactorily
;arrled out. H. Uorwick, til South Main
N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tel. it. Night, L-1701
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He comfortable in one of my light over
costs, 'i'hey fit, are up-to-date, stylish and
wear three times as long as ready-to-wear
coats. I fit the person as It ought to be
fit, every line of the body Is studied out so
that an absolutely perfect fit can be made.
(,'lothrs made by me do aot sagor shrink,
Martin Peterson, 415 B' way
TEACHERS IN CONVENTION
Council Bluffs Schools May Clou
During Annul Session.
MEETING IS IN DES MOINES
several Local Priuttim Ar
Prearraaa aad Vaeatloa May Be
Graate at Reqaeat of
If a sufficient number of teachera of the
public schools of the city signify their de
sire to attend the annual meeting of the
lowa state Teachers' association In Des
Molnea on November 4, t and 8. Superin
tendent Beverldge will at the next session
of the Board of Education ask that the
schools be closed Thursday and Friday of
that week. Several of the Council Bluffn
teachera are on the program for the state
meeting and will have to attend. Mr. Bev
erldge Is anxious to have Council Bluffs
well represented at the meeting and la send
ing out notices to the teachers to ascertain
how many wish to attend. If the number
warrants' it Mr. Beverldge will recommend
that they be permitted to attend and that
the schools be closed Thursday and Friday
of convention week.
"Only In the event of a sufficient number
of teachera signifying their intention to at
tend the meeting to warrant closing the
schools here for the two days, shall I
recommend that this be done," said Super
intendent Beverldge yesterday. "Those
teachers who are on the program for the
state meeting will of a necessity have to
attend, but I do not deem It advisable to
have the schools closed for the two days
and then have the teachers go off some
where on a picnic Instead of attending the
meeting at Ies Moines. Heretofore the
state meeting has been held during the
vacation period In December and conse
quently the teachers were at liberty to at
tend If they so desired without Interfering
with the school work."
In his notice of thv meeting sent to the
county and city superintendents, John F.
Riggs, superintendent of public Instruction,
urges that opportunity be afforded teachers
to attend. He says:
That the meeting may be of the greatest
benefit to the schools. It is important that
It be very largely attended by teachers and
superintendents. It Is therefore suggested
that, where practicable, the usual fall vaca
tion be made to occur during the week the
state meeting will be held, thus affording
teaciiers me opportunity to attend the
meetings of the stafe association without
disturbing the work of the schools. Where
this cannot be done, school boards are
urged to make arrangements whereby the
teachers who wish to attend the state
meeting may have the opportunity of doing
so without loss of pay.
I suggest that you take this matter up
with your school boards, with a view to
the securing of their co-operation along
me lines suggested.
The sessions of the association will be
held In the Des Molnea auditorium and the
following program haa been announced for
the general meetings, which open Thursday
evening, November 4:
President's address, E. J. H. Beard, New
ton; lecture "The Education of the De
sires," Dr. Frank Crane, Chicago.
Address "The State Association and
School Legislation. " Hon. John F. Rlggs,
Des Moines; address (Subject not yet
chosen). President A. Ross Hill, University
of Missouri; address "Theories of the Ori
gin of the Earth," Prof. Rollin D. Sal
isbury, University of Chicago,
Address "School Training Through Hand
iwork and Headwork," Dean James E.
Russell, Teachers' College, Columbia uni
versity. SATURDAY MORNING.
Address "Scientific Study of Education,"
Dean Charles 11. Judd, School of Educa
tion, University of Chicago; address (Sub
ject not yet chosen), Jane Brownlee, New
York; Address "Public Morals and Public
Schools," Hon. A. 8. Draper, Albany, N. Y.
The meeting will close with a business
session Saturday afternoon at which offi
cers for the ensuing year will be elected.
In addition to the general sessions there
will be department and section meetings,
round tables and college reunions.
Prof. J. H. Beverldge, superintendent
of the Council Bluffs schools Is a member
of the committee on resolutions.
The officers of the state association are:
President, E. J. H. Beard, Newton; first
vice president. A. T. Huklll, Waterloo;
second vice president. Jessie Field, Clar
Inda; third vice president. Ueorge H. Betts,
Mt. Vernon; secretary, O. E. Smith, In
dlanola; treasurer, George W. Damson,
Cedar Falls. Executive committee: Frank
L. Smart, chairman, Davenport; Frank
F. Almy, Grlnnell; Maurice Kicker, Des
Guaranteed carpet aweepera, $1.49. If
you want a carpet sweeper you ahould
not overlook this opportunity to get one,
as the aweepera are worth a great deal
more than we ask for them; Peteraon
A Schoenlng Co.
JAMES D. AUSTIN IS DEAD
End Cornea After Year's Illness
Other Deaths and Faaorala.
Jamea D. Austin, aged 53 year died at
a late hour Saturday night at hie home,
819 Avenue G, after an lllnesa of about a
year. He is survived by his wife, three
daughtera, and three eons. Deceased was
a member of Hasel camp. Modern Wood
men of America, Council Bluffa aerie.
Fraternal Order of Eaglea and the brick
layers' union. The funeral will be held
this afternoon at t o'clock from the family
residence and burial will be In Fairvlew
cemetery. The services at the house will
be conducted by Rev. F. A. Case, pastor of
the First Baptist church and the Eaglea
will have charge at the grave.
Loren W. Holmes, aged 69 year died
yesterday at Ms home. Thirty-fifth atreet
and Fourteenth avenue from heart failure,
after an illness of nearly a year. Mr. Holmes
who had been a resident of Council
Bluffs tor twenty-five years waa engaged
In the nursery business. He leaves besides
his wife, two daughtera, Mra. D. D. Smith
of Syracuse, N. Y., and Miss Gladys, living
at home, and one son, Wendell Holmes.
Arrangement for the funeral have not yet
Mrs. Michael O'Brien di4 Saturday at
her home In Lewis township. Besides her
husband she leave two daughtera and
three eons. The body will be taken to Imo
gens, la., Tuesday morning for burial. De
ceased waa 68 year of age.
Albert, the Infant aon of Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Hamilton. 1108 Eighth avenue died
yesterday aged 4 months. The funeral will
be held this afternoon at 1 o'clock from the
family residence and burial will be In Fair
Members of Council Bluffs aerie. Frater
nal Order of Eaglea ar requested to meet
at the hall thla afternoon at I SO o'clock
to attend In a body the funeral of their
late brother, Jamea D. Auatin.
Member of Bricklayer' union are re
quested to meet at the abor Temple in the
Merrlam block at t o'clock thla afternoon
to attend In a body the funeral of the late
. V. Austin.
W. A. Stone, fancy grocerie and meats.
Phone tut. M North Main tret.
Mr. Boiler aad Mlaa Sect 4 Married,
Or over C. Boiler and Mis Clara Scott
were married yesterday afternoon at the
hpm of Mr. and Mrs. ft. C. JT. Chaaobar.
170 Glen avenue. Rev. James M. Williams,
pastor of Broadway Methodist church, offi
ciating. Mr. Boiler Is cashier of the Grls-
weld National bank and a son of Jame
Boiler, vice president of the bank. Miss
Scott Is a daughter of D. H. Scott, post
master at Grlswold and editor of the Grls
wold American. Immediately after the cere
mony Mr. and Mrs. Boiler left for a two
weeks' tour of the west, Denver to be their
first stopping place.
Mailmen Defeat Indians.
The Pottawattamie. County Indians, alias
the employes In the county offices closed
the base ball season yesterday morning
with a game at the South Side park in
which they met defeat at the hands of a
team composed of postoffice clerks and
mall carriers. Uncle Sam's employes de
feated the county officeholders by a score
of 4 to t after a hotly contested game.
The teams lined up as follows:
Peck catch O. Weaver
Mayne pitch Patterson
Hess first Bolton
Harghausen second Hague
Hod well .third Morton
Brown short Allstrand
1athrup center C. Weaver
Kyneth left Smith
Binkley right Dickerson
Garland base burners, with the two-
piece revolving fire pot, now on display.
Prices ITA.OO, 800.00. 165.00. P. C. DeVol
The grandest opportunity ever known for
savtng money on high class pianos has
brought many buyers to A. Hospe company.
29 Pearl street, 28 South Main street, Coun
ell Bluffs, la.
COl'RT NEWS PROM LOGAN
Mra. Anna I, lnd and 9. E. Tldd to Be
Taken to Penitentiary.
LOGAN, la., Oct. (Special.) S. E.
Tldd, convicted of bigamy in the present
term of court, and sentenced Saturday,
will be taken by Sheriff Rock to the
penitentiary Monday to begin his inde
terminate sentence of five years.
According to the testimony both wives
were Nebraska girls; one of Lincoln, the
other of South Omaha. The last mar
riage took place at Logan, la., J. P.
Creager performing the ceremony.
Mra. Anna Llnd, the young woman who
broke Into the W. D. Cromle atore at
Woodbine on the night of July 24, pleaded
guilty and Wedneaday received her sen
tence and will be taken to the peniten
tiary Monday to begin her indeterminate
sentence of ten years. Mrs. Rock, wife
of Sheriff Rock, will accompany Mrs.
Lind. Saturday Mra. Lind'a mother came
to Logan and after an affectionate fare
well took the unfortunate young woman's
little baby boy back to the little farm,
northwest of Woodbine, to await the re
turn of the mother when she has paid In
full the penalty of her act of the night
of July 24.
F. L. Shlck and P. H. Lawler, regarded
as boxcar tourists, indicted for the al
leged offense of breaking and entering a
railroad boxcar In the night time, alleged
to contain valuable merchandise, were
acquitted. It Is admitted that the de
fendants were caught In the boxcar con
talnlng merchandise, and that they were
acquitted for the alleged reason that the
company, after checking up the goods
were unable to show that the two men
had taken anything and mat the company
could not prove that the tourists were
the ones who broke Into the car.
Year Eyes Tronble Yoo
And yet you put off from day to day
the wearing of glasses. Don't you real
ize you are making a sad mistake? It'a
up to you of course, to decide what you
may do; but let me suggest your coming
to me without delay. I can fit your
eyes after others have failed. W. W.
Magarrell, optometrist, 206-208 City Na
tional bank bldg.. Council Bluffs, la.
Get a range that lasts a lifetime, one
that gives entire satisfaction, one that
the housekeeper takes pride In having It
In the house. That's a Sterling Lexing
ton Steel Range. Peterson & Schoenlng
FOR MEDICAL AND FAMILY USB
BUY YOUR LIQUORS AT ROSENFELD
LIQUOR CO., 619 8. Main. 'Phones tSZk
Investigate the A. Hospe company plan
of selling pianos. It's a system whereby
you get the best possible musical value
for the least money. 29 Pearl street and 28
South Main street. Council Bluffs, la.
Boys, bluy your shells, guns and sport
ing goods at Peterson & Schoenlng Co.
You always get what you want.
The Radiant Home la the best heater
and fuel economizer In the world. Sole
agent, Peterson A Schoenlng Co.
Our line of children's school and dress
hoe Include all the new patterns. Extra
high tops In button and lace and In all
leather. Duncan Shoe company, 23 Main
School shoes that will give satisfaction.
That's the kind we sell. Try a pair and b
satisfied. Duncan Shoe company, 23 Main
School shoes that wm give saturation.
That's the kind we sell. Try a pair and be
satisfied. Duncan Shoe company, 23 Main
Our line of 'children's school and dress
shoes Include all the new patterns. Extra
high top In button and lace and In all
leather. Duncan Shoe company, 23 Main
Indians Arrive at Pierre.
PIERRE, S. D., Oct. t. (Special.) The
Indian contingent to take a part In the
Custer battle reproduction here next week
arrived this evening, consisting of a
party of about S00 men, women and chil
dren, with a large number of horses.
The Indiana who will take an Immediate
part In the show are from the Thunder
Butte and Cherry Creek aectlona of the
reservation, and all have been practicing
for their part In the big show. Iron
Lightning, the chief in command, is one
of the prominent figures, and haa hi
men well drilled for the occasion, which
will be opened up Monday afternoon.
Dr. Verry Appointed Secretary.
CHEYENNE. Wyo.. Oct. t. (Special.)
Dr. C. E. Verry, lnapector-ln-charge of the
southern district for the State Board of
Sheep commissioners, waa today elected
secretary-treasurer of the board, to suc
ceed George S. Walker, who haa held
the position for seven years, but who
resigned recently to take up other duties.
Verry has been employed aa a state and
federal Inspector for many years In Wyo
ming, and is well qualified to take charge
of the office.
Steers Starve to Death la Cabla
CHEYENNE, Wyo., Oct. (Special.)
Two local huntera while in the Squaw
mountain region, northwest of Cheyenne,
recently, ran across a deserted cabin, the
door of which waa closed tight. Crawl
lng through a window they found the re
main of two steers lying Inside. The
supposition la that the animals took
refuge In the cabin during a severe storm
last winter, and, closing the door behind
them, were unable to make their eecape
and starved to deaths
AGED MAN SEEKS PAROLE
Application to Be Made on Behalf of
JUDGE RECOMMENDS LENIENCY
Des Moines, Fort Dndae A "eathera
Railroad to Extend Ita Line to
loom City State
(From a Slaff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES. Oct. 3. (Special ) Applica
tion for parole before committment will be
made to the State Board 6f Parole to
morrow on behalf of James Snyder, a
pioneer resident of Warren county, who
was caught mutlliatlng the records In the
offloe of the county clerk at Indlanola. It
is Snyder's first transgression of the law
and ax he la a man about 76 years old, It
Is believed he Is not likely to "do It again."
Judge Nichols, before whom he was tried,
recommended the parole.
The whole trouble arose over family
difficulties. Snyder Is now living with his
second wife; with whom he has not been
on the moat friendly terms at times. Aa
a aort of revenge In the tlt-for-tat game
they had been playing, Snyder tried to so
arrange his affairs that his second wife
would get none f hla property. Bo he
went to the court house and scratched out
his own name In the record of the deed
for hla property and wrote the name of hla
first wife. Thla would make the property
descend to him by inheritance and hla sec
ond wife would then have no dower right
in It v
A woman clerk saw him fussing with the
books and an inspection showed what he
had done. He waa caught red-handed In
( ammlaci at State I'alverslty.
Prof. C. A. Cummlngs, who has main
tained an art school In this city for some
years, haa been employed to spend two
days each week at the state university at
Iowa City to superintend the work of the
art school there.
Builds to Slonx City.
Information here from officials of the
road Is to the effect that the Des Moines,
Fort Dodge & Southern will next spring
begin the extension of Its lines from Fort
Dodge to Sioux City. The Des Moines &
Sioux City Railroad company Is pushing its
sale of stock and securing right-of-way
with the Intention and hope of beginning
construction of the line next spring. The
company has seventy miles of right-of-way
donated and options on sixty additional
miles of line and a terminal contract In
this city, the total assets of the proposed
road being at this time 3340,000.
Mlxnp All Around.
Ex-Alderman Ed Hlgglns took a young
man to board with him without asking him
his name. Saturday morning he found bis
grip cut open and hla bank book removed.
He was notified that a man had tried to
draw his money from the bank. Hlgglns
met the young man on the street and gave
chase and captured him. Then he turned
him over to the first blueooat he met, with
instructions to take him to the police sta
tion. The blueooat was a street car con
ductor and paid no attention and the young
man again escaped. Now the police are
hunting for him.
Mar Retain Carper Yet.
Major Carper was not allowed to work
in the archive, department in the histori
cal building today. Attorney General Byers
advised the members of the council that
the law waa plain that if Carper waa
allowed to work he would have to be
paid. Today when the major reported for
work there waa no work for him. It is
understood that Attorney General Byers
advises the council that unless they can
prove Carper inefficient they will .have to
give him a position and furthermore that
they cannot under the law close the ar
chives department and avoid employing
him In that way.
Opinion from Byer Expected.
Attorney General W. H. Byers will In
the near future announce his opinion as
to the right of Insurance companies to In
sure automobile owners agalnat judgments
for personal Injuries. Predictions have
been made that be will hold such insurance
Is valid. It has been ruled by the state
legal department that Insurance of doctors
against Judgment ofr malpractice Is Ille
gal. The difference Is, It Is argued, that
doctors would be Insured against errors
In Judgment, whereas an automobile owner
could be lnaured against pure accident
Restrain Mechanic Llea.
Judge Smith McPherson of the United
State district court Issued a sweeping
restraining order to prevent mechanics'
Hens against the old Des Molnea Depart
ment Store company, which some time ago
entered bankruptcy proceedings. Home of
those who had clalma for conetructlve
work on the building tried to foreolose
their meohanlc' lien In Btat court. Yes
terday Attorney N. T. Guernsey, repre
senting the bankrupt store, went to Red
Oak and secured a restraining order com
manding all firms to cease efforts In state
courts until the federal court bankruptcy
case Is adjudicated.
State Goard Shoot.
Big prlres hang in the balance to be
finally determined by the big shoot of the
Iowa Rifle Association next week. Prac
tically the only peson Interested In the
shoot are the membere of the Iowa Na
tional Guard. In reality for some of the
matches other persona are eligible.
Th Shaw match for a 3225 bronxe bust
of Byron donated by .Gov. Shaw will go
to the Deal snoi amouK iue www
hava never won prixeB before.
The "Clarke matcn la tor a silver oup
wArth x;tt ana is uoeii iu iiiib vi pi
from the companiea of the guard of rifle
clubs. . . ,
Th Allison matcn IS tor a .d meaai
open to all wno nave never y ynea
bTn'eHull match for a $75 medal Is open
to officers and members of the guard who
qualiried aa expert rlliemen prior 10 Jan.
'("nnaolation match open to everybody.
but prises In cash will be awarded only to
those not winning in other iiiuiviauu uvn
Drake match, for fM medal open to
everybody, medal to be awarded to best
of those not having won previous prises.
National Klfle Association match open
to members of lowa Hide Association only
for silver cud.
There will be matches for teams of
ix from each of the companies or the
four regiments In regimental matches.
Ueck match open to teams of five from
each company or mrty-sixin regiment,
t-iahtv and ninety per cent match
two matches one giving medals to all
making eighty per cent and the other to
all malting ninety per cent.
Regimental match open to teams of
twelve from eaeh of the four regiments
for ll.iO silver cup.
Individual championship match for Brook
hart trouiiy. own to everybody.
Inspectors' match, open to inspectors of
small arms practice.
iuwi match open to regimental teams
for 3125 trophy.
Pistol match open to officers and men
and members of rifle association and mem
bers of pistol clubs af filiated with national
Kifle AHHoclatlon fur silver cup.
In each trupy shoot there are also cash
prizes with first, second and third money.
The shoot will be held on the stale range
on the 1 ts Moines river north of the city
October &. t, 7, and 3.
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Speculation Early in Weew.
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toru aad (or Morln Crop
Caoae Halt in Trading on
NEW YORK, Oct. .-The brilliant trade
and Industrial prospecta were the stimulating-
Influence In the revived apeoulation
and strength In the stock market last week.
The narrowing; resources of the money
market, the inevitable concomitant of the
expanding business and crop moving re
quirements, were disregarded at the outset
of the week, but gained some Influence
toward restraint on the speculation with
the rise In the call money rate.
The cheerful views emanating from the
iron and steel trad formed a broad under
lying bails for the confidence which per
meated ail line of business. The iron and
steel output for September was declared
to have exceeded all previous records and a
wave of buying swept through the Iron
market that threatened to exhaust the sur
plus supply and leave a condition of fam
ine. Some anxiety waa expressed over the
danger of a runaway Iron market that
might begin feverish condition and a sub
sequent reduction that would alter the
ovraa of steady progresa In the trade.
Railroad Order Steel.
A feature In the trade was the appear
ance of the railroads with orders for ateel
nulla for next year'a delivery. The Pennsyl
vania order for 200.000 ton to be alloted to
different companiea, waa regarded as an
Important ign of the policy of the rail
roads to resume free purchase of supplies
and to end the close economies which has
been enforced since the financial depres
sion. The rapid decrease In the number of
surplus idle freight cars reported by the
American Railway association, with pros
pects of a coming shortage of equipment,
points to another field of railroad require
ments which promised heavy demands.
Reports of August earnings of railroads
coming to hand showed heavy expansion
In gross returns, with a ubstantial propor
tion saved for the net through the lesser
Increase In the operating cost. This ten
dency of railroad finance and the general
growth of business awakened expectations
of coming Increases In dividend disburse
ment. These expectation were diligently
fostered by the conductors of the stock
market apeoulation. The record high prlcea
touched during the week by a number of
Universal Wind Shield Company, Manufacturers, CHICAGO.
the most active stocks disclosed the field
of peratlons of these expectations.
The resumption of dividends of the pre
ferred stock of the Westinghouse Electric
and Manufacturing company made a atrong
appeal to sentiment as representing the
quick recuperation from the depression
which was being effected. The copper In
duxtry showed some signs of Improvement
and of coming up from its lagging position,
but was still subject to some unsettlement.
Interest Kates niae.
The New York money market was slow
to respond to the obvious forces of de
pletion of banking supplies which were at
work. The effect of the large sums brought
to New York In connection with the Hudson-Fulton
celebration was given some re
sponsibility for this. The Increased specula
tive activity and the heavy withdrawals
of cash, joined with the necessary prepara
tions for the disbursements Incident to the
October settlements, ultimately affected
the money market. The call loan rat rose
to 4H, the highest touched since early In
1908 after the decline from the stringency
Incident to the panic, with the exception
of a flurry In December last year. The In
terior continued to withdraw large aums
from the New York banka and there were
shipments in addition to Canada. The sub
traaamy operations made a heavy exaction
on the banks throughout the week.
In . foreign money market discounts rose
from, day to day, giving warning of the
protective measures there against further
demands from New York borrowers.
The' restraining effect of the money de
velopments on the stock market speculation
was supplemented by the evidence of the
serious detraction in the cotton crops ahown
by the unofficial estimate which preceded
the government report of of conditions ex
pected on Monday. Reports from the cereal
crops were favorable and the hope grew up
of a better yield of corn than was promised
by the last government report.
Louis Boon, a leading merchant of Nor
way, Mich., write: "Three bottles of
Foley's Honey and Tar absolutely cured
my boy of a severe cough, and a neigh
bor's boy, who was so 111 with a cold that
the doctors gave him up, was cured by
taking Foley's Honey and Tar." Nothing
else Is as safe and certain In results. Sold
oy all druggists.
Salt Agalnat H nrlinavton.
SIOUX FALLS, S. I)., Oct. 3 (Spe
cial.) The Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy
Railway company has beeri made the de
fendant 'In an action which ha been in
stituted in the United States court In
this city by the federal authorities of
South Dakota at the direction of the at
torney general of the United States. The
railway company is charged with having
violated the safety appliance law, the
precise charge being that a car was found
on the tracks of the company at Edge-
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mont with defective oouplera. The fed
eral statutes require all car to be
equipped with automatic coupler, which
at all tinien must be In perfect working
order. The government seek to recover
from the railway company a fin of $500
for hauling the car In question while the
coupler waa In a defective condition. It
Is thought the case will ba tried during
the October term of federal court In this
A Break (or Uberty
from stomach, liver and kidney trouble I
made when a 28c boa of Dr. King' New
Life Pills Is bought. Sold by Beaton Drug
WASHINGTON, Oct. .-Forecast of th
weather for Monday and Tuesday:
For Nebraska Increasing cloudiness,
probably ahowers by Monday night or
For Iowav-Partly cloudy Monday and
For Kansas Partly cloudy Monday and
For Missouri Fair Monday, Tuesday
For Colorado and Wyoming Shower
Monday; Tuesday partly cloudy and cooler.
For Montana Partly oloudy Monday and
For South Dakota Partly cloudy Monday
and Tuesday, probably shower.
E a. m. M
8 a. ra. 2
7 a. nUi.MtM.iM. CI
8 a. m.. ............. M
a a. m. .... . 6?
10 a. m .. 71
11 a. m ... T7
U m SO
1 D. m S3
7 p. to..
OFFICE OF THE WKATHER BUREAU,
OMAHA, Oct. 8. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding period for the last three
years: 109. UM. 1W7. ISO.
Maximum temperature... M 78 71 74
Minimum temperature ..60 M (7 M
Mean temperature ........ 70 8 M 83
Precipitation 00 .00 .04 .00
Temperature and precipitation departure
from the normal at Omaha since March, 1
and compared with the last two years;
Normal temperature 80
Excess for the day 10
Total deficiency since March 1 61!
Normal precipitation .M Inch
Deficiency for the day .08 Inch
Precipitation since March 1 2S.88 Inches
Deficiency since March 1 l.t Inche
Deficiency for cor. period, 108.. 8. It Inche
Deficiency for cor. period, 1907. . B.M Inche
L. A. WELSH. Local Forecaster.