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THE HEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1900.
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tribute of Leadership
See the New Hodels
10 and 11
1619 Farnam Street, Orriaha
Til CaunoU Bluffs Of flee of the
Oatkt Bee U at IS Seott Street
Botn 'pauses 43.
Diamond playing the h;t vaudeville.
COKHIQANS, undertakers. 'Phone 148.
For rem, modern houae, 728 Sth avenue.
VlaJebUo range, P. C. De Vol Hdw. Co.
N1U11T KCHOOL, at ruryear's college.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. 33.
V Lewis Cutler, funeral director. "Phone 37.
4AU(iT BEliH AT KCXlEKsr BUFFKT.
Whan you want reliable want ad adver
tising, una The Bee.
Burn to Mr. and Mrs, K. P. Wooding,
Sunday night, a son.
Balrd fc Uulanti, undertakers. 'Phone 124.
Expert piano tuning, llospe. 'Phone 644,
39 Pearl street, 28 South Main.
Up-to-date Art Department and Picture
Framing, lioi w ick, Zll KouUi Main street.
Lily camp, Koyal Neighbors of America
will meet In regular session this evening.
Fur good palming see Walter Nlcholuisoii
& Co., 14 South Main street. 'Phone Inde
pendent 416 lied.
WET WASH UUNDItY, BOTH
'PHONICS, WASH AM DEDlVKUi
THfcMlt POUNDS FOK 60c.
'OK KhNI-TWO ROOMS, SAPP
wbOL'K. INyUlKh) K. A. WlOKHAh, to
COTi' STIIKUT. PllO.NKS 4W.
FOR RENT-Suite of rour upstairs rooms,
wiin in, water, electric lights, etc., Uooe
location. J. Zoller, luO East Broadway.
Justice Conner performed the marriage
ceremony yesttiiday fur Charles Beniou and
Mabel Oraham both of Glen wood, la.
iiArrgieen cuuip, Koyal Nelgubora of
Airier, i'U, will meet this evening Instead of
In the afternoon as previously announced.
'Place your order early for Christmas
picture training, It you would "avoid t lie
rush." jviexauuer s Art store, &tf Broad
I A meeting- of the board of diiecluis uf
the Council r.lufis Finn and uame Pro
tective, association has been called (or this
The Woman's Missionary circle of the
First Baptist church will meet this after
noon at the home of Mia. Ueoigd Clark,
tn;t Third avenue.
The case of U. A. I.irson charged with
assaulting Conductor Moore on a street car
Saturday ninlit was continued In police
court yesterday until Wednesday.
Donald, the young son of Mr. and Mrs.
Page Morrison of First avenue, who lias
been seriously HI with sciriet fever was
liportnl yesterday to be convalescing.
Hubert Morton, formerly with the com
pany In Omaha has succeeded I. O. Hip
sley as cltv freight 'and paBsenger agent
for the Wabash railroad In Council Bluffs.
1 1. -nick Swa.i. who has xieen engaged in
newspnper work In this city for several
months, will leave Wednesday for Kl nix
.. City, where he will Join the staff of The
J. N. Cassdy, Jr., received notice yester
day that Governor Carroll had appointed
him b.h a delegate to the National Farm
I .and congress whloh will meet In Chicago
on November ID. -.
Mornlngslde chapter of St. Paul's church
guild will meet this afternoon at the home
of Mrs. F. A. llitchcork on Washington
avenue Instead of with Mrs. W. A. John
son as previously announced.
v Tho great iuentlim that W puzzling the
."Intelligent people of today who have not
had the plenmre of reading the book. Is
Who and what Is "The Man on the Box."
It will he presented at the Star theater on
Bnyd. r yesterday. Vleldt pleaded guilty to
the offense. '
.lames Kelly sa!d to be employed by the
Milwaukee railroad suffered an Injury to
4, "MAKES LIFE'S
In your buying to select the merchant who make a tpeclalty of quality.
Ilr tha nualltr Is always the best,
81'KCIAi.S JPOlt Wfl)XKSlAY ONLY,
Spring Chickens, per lb.
Spring 1-anib, per lb. . . .
Young JJens, per lb. . . .
THK HOME OK QUALITY.
TTIXTY.FOrr.TH AMI FARNAM STREETS,
rtiours: I11, iHiuglaa 1S11 Independent. A-iiMI.
-n-mtur nr. uwm.timsumw
o-.r- Tv rj-ci
Joseph Nusser filed, yesterday In the dis
trict court, an appeal from thu coridemna-
Hon award rfor b.'.U acres of his land take n
as right-of-way for the Iowa & Omulia
Short Line. The sheriff's Jury awarded
Runner for the land.
The fire department was called at 6:30
j o'clock yesterday morning to the Rock Is
land round house where fire had started
In a big pile or baled shaving. The blase
was extinguished without damage to the
round house or Its contents.
Harry M. Brown, clerk of the district
court; J. J. Hughes, secretary of the Board
i.f Kducatkin; Ueorg" F. Hushes, Chris
I. amen and P. J. McKride of the City
National bank will leave Wednesday for a
week's duck shooting near McPaul.
The Pottawattamie Indians of the
county court house and a team from the
ranks of the real estate men of the city
wlir contest for honors on the Indoor base
ball diamond this wining at the Young
Men's Christian association gymnasium.
Clarence Vleldt, who took on a load of
fighting whisky Saturday night and started
a rough house at the home of his mother,
at Twenty-eighth Btreet and Broadway,
was given ten days In Jail by Police Judge
his left leg while attempting to board a
street car at Broadway and Eleventh street
last evening. He was taken to the Kd
niundson hospital In the city ambulance.
He is not seriously hurt.
OWN YOt'R OWN HOME I have se
cured exclusive sale of four or five smull
homes near the 2oth Avenue school and
ran sell them for from tMO to $S00 each.
M down and the balance In monthly
payments. See me at once. George G.
Clark, 18 Pearl St., Tel. 174.
Jesse J. Collar and James R. Wllhelm,
the young men arrested Sunday morning
at the State hotel on South Main street on
the charge of enticing two girls, each under
the age of 10, from their homes In Glen
wood, were. released yesterday morning by
order of the county attorney of Mills
Fred Allen, who Interfered with Patrol
man Phllbrook Saturday night when the
officer was arresting a drunken man, and
mcplvnl a counle of rails over the head
from the policeman s nuiy, was iinen withe
and costs In police court yesterday. Allen
spent Sunday In Mercy hospital and ap
peared In police court yesterday . with his
liead In bandages.
Miss Jennie Smith, railroad organizer of
the national Woman's Christian Temper
ance union, who will lecture this evenlnir
at the Fifth Avenue Methodist church. Is
well known In this city, as she worked
as an evangelist In the Fifth avenue
church some years asro. The lecture Is
free to all, and railroad men are especially
Invited to attend.
Articles of Incorporation of the Peoploj
Savings bank of Avocu. Ia., were filed for
record yesterday. The Incorporators are
Caleb Smith, Dr. D. F. Emmert, Ino 11.
Shuttleworth. Christ V. Hock and E. J.
Kurslens, all well known citizens of
Avoca. The new bank started with a cap
ital stock of ICOiO. The officers are
President, Caleb Smith, vice president, Dr.
Kmmert; cashier. E. J. Karsten.
Physical Director plerson of the Young
Men's Christian association will lnau u
.alu this week cross-country running.
paper chasing and other fnrnis of outdoor
exercise among the school boys of the
city. The first run will be held this after
noon, when a number of high school boys
will cover a three-mile course through the
country In a hara and hound chase.
Charging his wife with treating him con
tinuously in a cruel and Inhuman manner.
Charles M. McKinley filed suit yesterday
for divorce from I,ourna I. McKinley to
whom he was married In this city Mach 29.
lx. McKinley also' makes statutory
charges against the defendant. He asks
to be awarded "the custody of their three
minor children and that the title to the
homefttaed be decreed to him. .
Mrs. Marcraret Jane Bell, aged 67 years,
died yesteiday morning at her home, 1312
Seventh avenue, after nn Illness of five
woeks. She leaves besides her husband.
George Bell, four daughters and three sons.
The funeral will be held Wednesday after
"Phe Panama Canal idea was
old when Uncle Sain was in
short trousers. He did not start
the great work. But where
oihers buried fortunes he is dig
ging dirt. He gets the credit for
dicing the biggest ditch the
world has ever seen.
The comfortable shoe idea
didn't originate with us. But,
like Uncle Sam and his ditch, we
get the credit for carrying it out.
You'll know w hat shoe com
fort is if you wear the
WALK EASY "
$4 to $6 everywhere.
LFWIS A. CROSSETT, Inc., Maker
North Ahingtoa Mats.
and we also give prices. See these
Turkeys, per lb 20
Pot Roast, per lb H
Polling Beef, per lb
noon at 1 o'clock from the family residence
bv Elder Clark of the Latter Day Saints
church. Burial will be in Clark's ceme
tery. High grade goods, first class service and
reasonable prices Is what you want when
you buy wall paper or when you have wall
paper work done. Right here Is where you
net all these things. We ore always very
careful to see that every customer Is sat
isfied when he deals with us. We want
your business and want you to give us a
trial. We carry everything In up-to-date
wall paper goods. Come In and let us show
you our stock. C. Jensen, Masonic temple,
The following Council Bluffs club women
went to Red Oak yesterday to attend the
convention of the Ninth district of the
Federation of Woman's Clubs: Mrs. J. J.
Sullivan, president of the Council Bluffs
Woman's club; Mrs. J. P. Organ, 'president
of the Ideal club; Mrs. Lewis Cutler, Mrs
Charles Swalne. Mrs. F. A. Bixby, Mrs.
Charles M. Weir and Miss Mary DeVol
Mrs. Cutler and Mrs. Organ have places
on the program. Mrs. Cutler will speak
on "Associated Charities and Child Sav
Ing." while Mr. Organ was Invited to
respond to the address of welcome.
We challenge comparison with any store
anywhere In regard to wall papers. We
get first choice of the best new styles and
buy only from such makers as have repu
tation for style, novelty and up-to-dateness.
H. Borwick, 211 South Main street.
MAYOR DONS FIGHTING CLOTHES
Telia Connrtlmen Objection to Drain
He Plans Mere Quibble.
Mayor Maloney had his lighting clothes
on at the city council meeting Monday
night and he did not mince his w?rds when
he told the special committee what he
thought of Its report recommending the re
jection of the petition asking the council
to take preliminary steps In the matter of
the proposed diversion of Indian creek at
city's northern limits. The fault the
committee found with the form of the peti
tion, the mayor declared, was a mere quibble
to knock the whole thing.
' I put you on the committee the other
night because I knew you would knock
It," the mayor told Councilman Morgan,
chairman of the special committee, and
for a while the air In the council chamber
was decidedly sultry.
Councilman Morgan denied being in the
knocking business in this particular In
stance and declared that all the committee
desired was that 'the thing should be
After paying his compliments to Council
man Morgan the mayor turned his batteries
on City solicitor Kimball. He said the
citizens who had signed the petition had
not asked for an opinion as to what had
best be done. They had merely exercised
their rights under the law and the coun
cil, the mayor Insisted, had no alternative
under the statute but to comply wltB the
petition. Mr. 'Kimball took issue with the
mayor but declined to accept the mayor's
bet of a new hat that ha had not cor
rectly construed the section of the statute
Involved in the controversy.
The matter was finally disposed of by
the council accepting the report of the com
mlttee, which was prepared and submitted
by the city solicitor. In his report Mr.
Klmbull tald: "This petition might be acted
upon but It would result only in procuring
plans, the expense and cost of which would
have to be paid out of the general fund
and If it desliud to go further with the
project, tho petition would bo useless for
"The law for the protection of the city
from floods and the diversion of streams is
peculiar. It provides that the cost of plans,
estimates, etc., must be paid for by the
levy of a special tax of not more than 4
mills upon all the property within the city,
whlchj tax cannot be levied until the work
of constructing the Improvement has been
contracted for. It Is also provided that no
part of such cost shall be paid out of any
other fund than the fund created by such
City Treasurer True, who had been re
quested by the council to take up the mat
ter of dlspoalng of the proposed issue of
p-OJ.000 water works bonds, advised the
council not to take any definite action
towards selling the bonds until such tlrno
as all legal obstructions as to their issu
ance have been removed.
Formal notice was received from the
Omaha. Council Bluffs & Suburban Rail
way company that It had transferred Us
franchise rights and privileges under the
charter granted the Council Bluffs, Lake
Manawa &. East Omaha Construction com
pany in 1K17 to the Omaha & Council Bluffs
Railway and Bridge company. The com
munication was referred without discussion
to the Judiciary committee and tha city
Gu Hinrlch, representing the Council
Bluffs Retail Grocers and Butchers' asso
ciation, addressed the council, requesting
that tht) license fee under the new pure
milk ordiuancebe reduced from fci to 11.
Mr. Hinrlch did not make himself very
clear as to wuy this request was made.
The matter was referred to tha committee
of the whole.
The Howard Heater will burn the cheap
est kind of soft coal with cleanliness. It
will nut purf ; no smoke, no dirt, if you
use the Howard Heater; price IIS 50 to 125.
P. C. pcVol Hardware company, 501 Broad
way. Dies Jut Like Brother.
FOHT IH3DGE, la., Nov. S.-(pacial.)
T. H. Black, aged 50. dropped dead of
heart failure last night while undressing.
He came here a year ago to assume the
business of a brother, who died In the
same room and In tha same manner.
FOR MELilCAL ANIj FAMILY USE
I BUY YOUR LlyUOlW AT ROSENFEL.D
LJyt- UR CO.. 613 & Main. 'Phonta
i r il
Council BluMs J
RAILWAY PROTECTS ITSELF
Street Line Conveys Franchise Rights
to "Old" Bluffs Company.
BIO BLOCK OF BONDS ASSUMED
View f Attorney Ueneral Brers la
that Charter In 1NBT Has Become
Void (.ratal Opinions
That the Omaha Council Bluffs
Jtreet Railway company la preparing to
fortify Itself against an attack upon its
charter rights in Council Bluffs was made
evident yesterday, when there was filed In
the offloe of the Pottawattamie county
recorder a conveyance from the Omaha,
Council Bluffa A Suburban Railway com
pany, of all Ita rights and privileges under
tha fifty-year franchise granted the Coun
cil Bluffs, Lake Manawa A East Omaha
Construction company In December. 1S9T.
to the Omaha & Council Bluffs Railway
and Bridge company.
The Omaha Council Bluffs Railway
Bridge company Is generally known as the
"old company," which operated the street
railway system In Council Bluffs under the
twenty-five year franchise granted it in
October, 1886. This company, which was
the Iowa corporation a few years ago.
leased all of lt lines and property in
Council Bluffs to the Omaha & Council
Bluffs Street Railway company.
The conveyance Is dated October 9, of
this year and Is signed by J. H. Millard
and Charles T. Stewart, president and sec
retary, respectively, of the Omaha, Coun
cil Bluffs & Suburban Railway company.
Transfer of Bonds.
In exchange for the franchise rights and
privileges under the franchise granted the
Council Bluffs, Lake Manawa & East
Omaha Construction corppany and other
property Including some private right-of-way,
the Omaha & Council Bluffs Railway
St BrWge company assumes the $000,000 out
standing bonds of the Omaha. Council
Bluffs ft Suburban Railway company,
Gated January 1, 1900. and maturing Jan
uary 1, 19J0, and the mortgage given to
the Royal Trust company of Chicago and
Albert A. Johnson, trustees.
Attorney General Byers of Iowa In
his recent opinion on the status
of the street railway company's fran
chise rights on the streets of Coun
cil . Bluffs held that the charter
granted the Council Bluffs, Lake Manawa
ft East Omaha Construction company had
become void and invalid many years ago.
" '-tn or!rilon tlint the com
pany had forfeited all rlghta Under this
franchise through failure to comply witn
many of the requirements.
City Solicitor Kimball of Council Bluffs
on the other nana, in nis iepvn
to the city council gave It as his
opinion that the question of the rights
of the street railway company under the
Council Bluffs, Lake Manawa ft East
Omaha Construction company's franchise
could alone he determined by the courts.
as "so much depends upon tho determina
tion of facts and condition! and the appli
cation of legal propositions."
Real Estate Transfers,
These transfers were reported to The Bee
November 1 by the Pottawattamie County
Abstract company of 'Council Bluffst
H. W. Binder ft Co?' t6 Charles H.
lT,,hi- lnt K hlnck 13. Hal hi 1 First
add., w. d 3.700
H. P. H. Sorensen and wife to Annie
i..i.r.,n u.-:is feet lot 16. Johnson's
.rM w. d 150
N. L. Taylor ana wue 10 "- "Mi
lots 11 and
add., w. d
to U P
Madsen, lot 4, block b,
lif.nlnh.n'i add..' w. d...
C H. Grim to Minnie M. Grim, hta
wife, lots 11 and U, block , Street's
add., w. d
Elbert G. Howard and wife to C. VV.
Pool, lot 3, block 18, Bayllss' Second
add, w. d
J. H. Langfeldt and wife to Leora B.
Petersen, block 69, Allen ft Cook's
add. to Avoca, w. d....................
Mary A. Shoemaker and wife to Fred
erick H. Shoemaker, lot 4. Bradley's
subdlv. of lot 18, auditor's subdlv.
of part s ne',4 25-75-44. w. d.. ........"
Mollle Nelson and husband to E. H.
Lougee, lot 8, Nelson's subdlv., w. d.
William Moore, trustee, and wife to
A. Woodfork, lots 45 and 4, Belmont
add., w. d
Total, ten transfers 111,652
If you buy a Piano of A. Hospe Co., 29
Pearl St.. 28 S. Main St., Council Bluffs,
you get advantage of all discpunts, as their
prices are so low, they cannot pay com
missions. Hltngerland In Custody.
William 811ngerland of this city, who was
committed to the State Hospital for Inebri
ate at Knoxvllle on May U last, and es
caped from the institution a few days later,
was taken Into custody late Sunday night
and placed in the county Jail. The offense
of escaping from the state hospital is an
inditable one and Sllngerland's case will
be presented to the district court grand
Jury, which will be impaneled today. The
penalty it a Jail term. I
We have paid special attention to our
rug department this season. The reult Is
we have placed . at your disposal one of
the largest stocks of strictly hlglv grade
and up-to-date rugs In this city for you to
make your selection from. You can't go
wrong if you make your change here. Pet
erson & scnoening company.
Licenses to wed were Issued
to the following:
Name and residence.
C. A. Stern. Logan, la
Lottie O. Ualluher, Logan, Ia. ...
Charles Penton. Glenwood, Ia
Mabel Graham, Glenwood, la. ...
Patrick A. Burns. Chicago
Ella Tuslng, South Bend, Ind
The r.lidvcst Lifo
A man owning a large business during
the financial disturbances of 1107-1 con
templated asking a large loan. The par
ties who were considering tha advisabil
ity of making the loan, which was $100,
000, requested that the owner of the
plant Insure his life for $10J,000 in favor
of the proposed - lender. When asked
why he made such a provision, he said
to tha owner of the plant:
"Your brains are the chief asset in
this business. Your mind is a think fac
tory. Your output Is Ideas. Tour lni
tatlve involved the business, and you
know the work in every part. The build
ings were built and the machinery In
stalled with your mental raw stock in
mind. With you there the value of the
plant is reasonably assured. With you
gone, it la a conjecture. My people would
not consider a loan for an instant with
out the Insurance on your life.",
This principle applies equally well In
all tha affairs of life. In every family
there is someone whose i ands or brains
are "tha chief asset." That asset should
be protected by a policy la The Midwest
Life of Lincoln
Ksw fa Reduces Fat Wilhcit
Drugs, Cist or Exercist
After the summer la past and 1hra are
no more hot, stuffy days, this is the
time when fat people should b think
ing about reducing their weight and
should stop making the fat that Is auch a
burden to them. The best way and the
easiest Is the one about which So much
has been said and written this pt year.
Thl way is the Marmola way. Tha fa-
-rnous Marmola prescription has been pre
pared In tablet form. Thee little tablets
contain nothing but the elements thaV go
to change the things which produce fat
Into good, strong blood, nerve, tissues and
bone. More than this, these tablets ab
sorb and remove the fat remaining at the
rate of from 12 to 15 ounces per day. You
must not confuse Marmola Tablets with
harmful patent drugs and hurtful reduc
ing methods. These tablets go Into your
stomach Just like the food you eat. They
build up the Juices of the digestive organs
and correct these Juices so that they pro
duce no more fat. They are harmless, yet
thousands of men and women all over
the land today are of firm figures and
normal else because of tlieie little tab
lets. This Is why every druggist every
where carries them In stock and will sell
them to you. If your druggist does not
have them, or you would rather send 7S
cts., the price of a cae, to the Marmola
Company, Dept. 531. Detroit. Mich., they
will send them to yon at once In a plain
package, postage paid.
at Present Term
Session of State Court Opens for
Which Prosecution of Mabray
Men Has Been Set.
The case against John R. Dobbins, al
leged "steerer" for the Mabray gang, set
for heating In this term of district court.
In the case of Banker Bellew of Princeton,
Mo., began Monday. Two Indictments were
returned against Dobbins, one on the charge
of larceny and tho other on a churge of
conspiracy. The state has elected to try
him first on the conspiracy charge. County-
Attorney Hess will bo Rsslsted in the
prosecution of the case against Dobbins
by Attorney General H. W. Byers.
Several of the suits brought by the Ma
bray "Mikes" to recover the amounts out
of which they claim they were fleeced by
the swdlnllng syndicate, are also for trial
at this term. It Is doubtful, however. If
any of these suits will be tried at this
Judge Green has set Wednesday for hear
ing the petition of Mrs. Augusta Lund
qulst to reopen the caso in which her
husband was grat ted a decree of divorce
by Judge Green on December 21 of last
year. Mrs. Lundquist charges her former
husband with having taken the children,
the custody of whom was awarded him,
out of the Jurisdiction of the court and
alleges that she was betrayed and deceived
Into not resisting the divorce.
Judge W. R. Green promises to be a
busy man, as seventy-five cases, an un
usual number, have been noticed for trial
at this term. There are also a large
number of criminal cases pending and ad
ditions to the list will undoubtedly be
made when the grand Jury completes Its
The grand Jury will be impaneled this
morning and will be selected from the fol
lowing members of the panel:
P. H. Moran, Kane; William Husa, Sil
ver Creek; F. Owtertag, Rockford; C. L.
Prouty, Garner; William Casson, York; O.
B. McBrlde., Boomer; George W. Jensen,
Norwalk; 11. J. Schrerbrock. Neola; A. K.
Chambers, Hardin; B. F. Kock, Mlnden;
11. C. Jenkins, Lewis; J. Wilding, Crescent.
AsHlstarit County Attorney Ross stated
yesterday fthat so far as he knew the
business heforo the grand Jury this term
would not be heavy.
A dull headache Is nature's sounding the
alarm that something Is going wrong. Sev
enty-flve per cent of headaches are caused
by refractive errors and can be relieved by
glasses properly fitted. My methods are
always correct. W. W. Magarrell, Opto
metrlst, 206-08 City National Bank bldg.
MARKED BILLS DO THEIR WOIIK
Bookkeeper for Florist Withholds a
Few and II la Arrested.
A. B. Wise, bookkeeper for J. F. Wll
cox, florist, was arrested Monday morn
Ing on the charge of embezzling S-T from
his employer. While this npeclflc amount
was named in the information Mr. Wilcox
thinks further investigation will show
Mr. Wilcox had for some time suspected
that Wise was pocketing money received
for cash sales and Saturday consulted with
County Attorney Hess. On Mr. Hess' ad
vice marked bills were given to persons
who mada purchases Just before closing
time Saturday evening. After Wise had
left the store that night the marked bills
were not to be found among the money
In the cash register or In the safe.
When Wise was taken to the office of
the county attorney yesterday morning he
admitted taking about $16 Saturday even
ing, but claimed he had been so busy
that he slipped it into his vest pocket, in
tending to put It In the cash register and
enter the sale on the books later. This
he failed to do, although ha was at the
office Sunday and again Monday morning
Wise claimed that the money taken Satur
day night was still in the pocket of his
vest at his home. -Accompanied by Con
stable Baker, Wise went to his home and
brought the money to Mr Hess' office,
The money did not include the marked
bills and Wise, when confronted with this
fact, admitted he had tpent the money
taken in by him Saturday night, but that
the money in his vest was the same In
amount and denomination. This waa found
to be correct.
An Information was filed in the court of
Justice Cotiper against Wise by Mr. Wll
cox. Wise was arraigned and his bond
fixed at $500, In default of which fie was
committed to the county Jail to await
Wise, who is a young man, is married
and has two children. He came here from
Red Oak, and has been In the employ
of Mr. Wilcox since about January 1.
Have you read that delightfully amuMlng
story, "The Man On the Box?" If not, you
should see the play, which will be pre
sented at Star theater on Thursday night
Announcements of the Theaters.
Oeorge M. Cohan, the young man who
has done more to popularize and perpet
uate high class musical comedy In Amer
lea than any other native writer, will head
in person the big company of 100 players
who are to present this celebrated young
man's most successful play, "The Yankee
Prince." at the Boyd theater for three
nights commencing Thursday, November
As a writer and composer of musical
comedies, George M. Cohan stands alone
In so far as America , is concerned, and
deservedly so. Cohan plays are invariably
smart, happy conceits with plenty of witty
dialogues and Innumerable funny sttua
Uons to make "the go" that Americana
like so well, but they are always clean
plays without a suggestive line gr vulgar
Insinuation In the whole evening's enter
Barllngton Changes in Time.
Effective October 31sl, Train No. , for
IJncoln. Colorado and the Northwest, will
leave Omaha at 11:30 p. ra., instead it 11:50
Vi season, as
Perfect u just at important at
correct tlylo. Here again we
give you what no other shoo
dealer in town can quarter
size fittings. Regal quar-ter-izet
insure the aame
ect fit and
"The House of
OWA RAILROADS ANSWER
Bates on Live Stock Ordered by Com
mission Said to Be Too Low.
NEW GROUPING IS PROPOSED
They Want Mate Divided Into Ten
Sections, with nates Raao-lnc
from 19 to 23 1-2
CHICAGO, Nov. 2 Regrouping of the
state of Iotva and lower freight rates
probably will result from a rehearing of
complaint made by the Corn Bolt Moat
Producers' association agalnat the Iowa
railroads, the hearing of testimony having
been concluded before the Interstate Com
merce commission here today.
Commissioner Charles A. Prouty heard
the concluding testimony and arguments
are to be made in Washington, D. C,
the first two' weeks In December. Pro
ceedings were begun by the complainant
body against the railroads In 1907 and In
June, 1908, the Interstate Commerce com
mission ordered the railroads to make a
regrouping and more uniform freight- rates.
A petition for a rehearing was filed in
November, 1308. the association charging
that the order had been Ignored.
The railroads 6n October 21, last. 'were
given until today to comply with the or
ders of the commission. Today tho rail
roads submitted a new petition for re
grouping, objecting to the rates proposed
as too low, ihe present plan proposes
that the state of Iowa be divided into
ten groups, with freight rates ranging
from IS to 2."!4 cents per hundred pounds
on live stock.
Half Million Paid to Depositors of
Defunct Bank and $400,000
is Still Unpaid.
OKLAHOMA CITY. Okl., Nov. 2. More
than half a million dollars contributed by
the state banks under the deposit guaranty
law has been used In paying depositors of
the Insolvent Columbia Bank and Trust
company, which failed more than a month
ago, and there remains more than $400,000
In deposits to bo paid, with only $1,123 In
cash on hand to pay them, though suffi
cient assets, apparently, are available to
provide for the remaining deposits. This
condition is shown in a preliminary state
ment' Issued today by A. M. Young, state
When tho bank failed It had $l,lto,747 of
individual deposits, and $1,2:13,36 of de
posits of other banks. ,
Liabilities remaining are $1,125,000. and
for this purpose the bank commlsslonet
has total assets of $1,76.1,000. Including
$56.1,000 assigned after the failure by W. L.
Norton, the bank's president, and others.
Apparently no money has been received
from the assessment of 100 per cent on
the $2u0,000 of capital stock of the bank.
This Is to certify that all drugglsta art
authorized to refund your money If Foley's
Honey end Tar fails to cure your cough or
cold. It stops the cough, heals the lungs
and prevents serious results from a cold,
prevents pnrumonla and consumption. Con
tains no opiates. The genuine la In a yel
low package. Refuse substitutes. Sold by
TIUKSDAY, XOVEMHKU 4
Henry E. liixey's Great Success
Ity Harold Mctjrath
"THE MAN ON THE BOX"
2UO nights in .New York.
lOO nights in Host. n.
lO months in Chicago.
Price: fl.BO, $l.UO, 76o, BOo, 5c.
heats now on sale.
SATl'HDAY, NOVEMBEH 6
"THE GREAT JOHN
G ANTON AND CO."
ril.NDAY, XOVEM11EU 7
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Ought To Know I
ftht no "other ready-to-wear" shoes for
women have the clainty charm &nd grace
ful lines of Women' Regal Shoes. Be
cause no other women's footwear repro-.
duces the correct custom styles for each
Women's Regal Shoes do.
MUST GET RESULTS
Cap tu In Wood Telle Ills Men to
Arrest Bomb . Throwers or
Leave the Service.
CHICAGO, Nov. .2. Following an ordei
today, from the chief of police that men
responsible for the hurling ef bombs in the
war between gambling syndicates In Chi
cago must be found. Captahi S.ephen Wood,
head of the city detective bureau told the
members of his department tonight that If
they fail to get definite results in the in
vestigation they should get out of the
Don't be afraid to givt Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy to your children. It Is per
fectly safe. ' -
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Gold Dust digs deep into
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Gold Dust sterilizes as well
If you spend two hours a
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will be spot
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sod goes right to the spot.
Ther sra InitUUona gee that yo tti
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