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THE HEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 4. IMS.
World's-Pure Food Exposition
tucao, November, 1907
What does this mean?
It meant that Calurrct has rt a new Standard (a
Baking Powder the standard of the World.
Because this award was piven to Calumet after
thorough testa and experiment, over all other bakiof
It mean that Calumet ii the hett SaJung powder
in every particular in the world.
And this meant that Calumet produce! the
ven, mm a-iicioui, ngnteit, and purest
wuug m mu oaaung p owdera.
Doein't that mean
everything to youf
fke OnieU Blnffs Office ef the
Ornate Ba la at II Seott IUM
Both koaae 43.
to lecture here, and the association sent
! him the desired Invitation.
BIG CRIME IX BLUFFS
The Clark Barber shop for baths.
Diamond playing the best vaudeville.
CORHIOANS, undertakers, 'i'hone 118.
For rent, modern house, TM Oth avenue.
Majestic ranges. 1'. C. DeVol lidw. Co.
NIGHT POHOOL at Puryc-ar's college.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. 333.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phor.e 37.
FAUST BEER AT ROGERS" Bl'FFET.
Records of Police Departnit Reveal
Little of Sertooa rkirartrr,
Council Bluffs contlnuea to enjoy Im
munity from crime 'of a serious character,
as shown by the report of the police de
partment for the month of October. During
the month covered by the report only 144
arrests were made and of this number
eighty-five, or two-thirds, were "plain
i drunks." The arreBts for the month were
fo the following offenses:
Drunk. 85; vagrancy, Hj disturbing the
peace. 12; held for Investigation, 7; dis
orderly, 6; assault with Intent to do great
bodily Injury, 3; assault and battery, i
When you want reliable want ad adver- jan-eny 2, drunk and disturbing the peace.
Using, use lha i.-te.
Now la tbe lime to riant your Tulip bulbs.
Younkerman Seed Co.
Balrd Boland, undertakers. "Phone 122.
Expert piano tuning, Hospe. "Phone 644.
2; interfering with an officer. 2; enticing, 2;
dnpe fiend, 1; selling adulterated milk, 1;
thieatenlng to assault, i; violating city or
dinance. 1; using blasphemous and obscene
language, 1; drunk and disorderly, 1; break
ing and entering, 1; disturbing the peace.
, . . , . , . , Picture t '",ill"B UDIIIf VUDtCll. IKIIBUB., A.
Up-to-date Art Department and "'cureMXotal, 144.
Framing. Borwick. 211 South Main street.
"For good painting see Walter McholaJsen
at Co., 14 South Main sired. 'Phone lode
.Mndent 41 Red
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with gaa, water, electric lights, etc.. Good
location. J. Zolier. 100 East Broadway.
Place your orders early for Chrlstma:
picture framing, If you would "avoid th'
rush." Alexander's Art atore. 333 Broad
The recular meeting of the Woman'.-
Christian Temperance union will be held
this afternoon at the public library build
Wlllard vRlckman. wanted In Missouri
Valley to answer a charge of disposing of
morteaaed property, was arrested lat-
Monday nlcrht aa Tin alighted from
Northwestern train. He was' taken back
to Missouri Valley yesterday morning.
The Board of Fire and Police Commis
sioners met last evening for the regulai
session. Only routine business was trans
F. C. Nelson, said to be wanted In York.
Neb., for Jumping a ball bond, was ar
rested In this city lat evening as he
alighted from a train at the Burllngtor.
Tom Carter, known In police circles ar
' ' n. r nsvihAV ' ' V.' U ttOtind over 1 1 1
the grand Jury yesterday on the tftarge of
stealing a ham from a Broadway grocery
tore. . J
Morris Burk, giving his age as 21. and
Ethel Dwlnell, who said she was 13. and
both claiming Palmyra, Neb., as
home, were refused a marriage license
this city last evening.
As the weather continued to be mild, the
number of transients seeking shelter at the
city Jail last month was small. Only forty-
two applicants were given lodging over
'light. Seven sick and Injured persons were
taken by the department to the hospitals,
i wo were conveyed to their homes and two
were cared for at police headquarters.
Eleven lost children were found and re
turned to their parents or guardians.
Vlulck Action far Your Money You get
that by using The Bee advertising columns.
PROPERTY OWSEH9 VP IW ARMS
Tkmr on Indian Creek AllUll to
Hare Dralnaae Work Done.
That the owners of property wh.ch ha
periodically suffered damage by reason of
the overflowing of Indian creek will not
permit the proposition to divert the waters
of this turbulent and erratic stream to be
shelved by the city council or any other
body was made evident at a largely at
tended and enthusiastic meeting last night
of the Fifth Ward Improvement club,
which was specially called to discuss this
The meeting, as a starter, adopted reso
lutions commending Mayor Maloney for the
stand he has taken In this matter and as
suring him of the club's hearty support.
Present at the meeting were a number
of property owners who have year after
year suffered considerable loss by reason
of the overflowing of the creek, and they
naturally expressed themselves as anxious
that something be done to avoid this dam
age In the future. After discussing the
proposition In all Its phases. It was deolded
to serve notice upon both the county and
city officials that they would be held re
sponsible for any further damage to prop
erty that might result from the overflow
of the creek. Accompanying these notices
the club will file a list of the property
which has suffered periodically from the
rampages of Indian creek, and the amount
of damage done to such property.
The club also decided to have new pe
titions asking for the diversion of the creek
prepared to conform with what City Solici
tor Kimball says Is the law on the subject
and when the requisite number of signers
Is secured, these will be filed with the
county supervisors as well as with the city
The consenua of opinion as expressed at
the meeting was that the fault by the
special committee of which Councilman
Morgan was chairman, with the former
petition, was a mere quibble an! solely for
the purpose of shelving the proposition.
The proposition, however, will not be per
mitted to die a natural death, but will be
kept a live Issue as the property owners
in attendance at last night's meeting are
determined to protect their property If possible.
There was considerable talk yesterday
among owners of property along and In
the Immediate vicinity of Indian creek of
forming an organisation and employing
legal help to carry on the fight for the
diversion of the water of the creek. A
number of Interested property owners ex
pressed their willingness to contribute to
wards the necessary expense of securing
legal assistance and It is likely that a
meeting of property owners Interested In
the proposition will be called In the near
Assignment at Cases.
Judge Green made an assignment Tuesday
lay, Including both equity and law cases,
fhe petit Jury Is summoned for November
Lj and law cases are assigned up to and
including December 21. Following la the
W ednesday, Nov. I Green Bay Lumber
oompany, against Grant Augustine and A.
Thursday. Nov. 4 A. O. Gilbert, against
First National bank of Council Bluffs.
Friday Nov. 6 Friend Leonard Hays,
against Maggie A. Hays.
Saturday, Nov. 6. Mollis Ward, against
II. U. Ward: James H. Oliver, agjalnat Ar
cade Credit Clothing company, tt al.
n-uralnst William Moore: Jessica J. Sleden-
topf; C. E. Reynolds, against J. E. Hollen
beck: C. E. Reynolds, against J. E. HoUen
beck, et al.
Tuesday, Nov. 1 Ida B. Ruhn, agalast
Sarah G. Downs, et al.; City of Council
Bluffs, against Illinois Central railroad.
thllll Wednesday, Nov. 10. Harriet W. Or
e Inwagainat 8 Bloom, et al.; J. M. Tayi
They both looked J against N. A. Accident Insurance company.
to the critical eye or. Roy Maraesty, depuiy I et al.
r lerk of lha district court, to bo under the Thursday, Nov. 11. Devere Mid-west
legal age. Condensed Milker company, against F. M
Star chapter No. 47. Royal Arch Masons
elected these officers last evening: Most
excellent high priest, W. E. McCnnnell;
king. S. F. Shuart; scribe, F. J. Piercj;
treasurer, C. E. Price; secretary, O. H.
Jackson; directors for Masonic Temple
Building association. G. 11. Jackson aud
F. J. Pierce.
Frederick W. Peabody, a Boston attor
ney who Is traveling over the country de
livering a lecture, "Christian Science Ex
posed," will speak at the First Baptist
church of this city Friday evening under
the auspices of the Council Bluffs Minis
terial association. Mr. Peabody wrote the
ministers' association that ha would like
THURSDAY, XOVEMBEB 4
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lty Harold McGrath
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til Broadway, , Council Bloffa, la.
Devore. et al.; Ida Walker, against Thomas
Friday. Nov. 12. Emll Schura, against
W. H. Schurs, et al. ; C. B. McCohn, against
Annis & Robling, et al.
Monday. Nor. 16. State, against Dob
Tuesday, Nov. 11 Violet Graverson,
asnlnst Gravers Graverson: Nels Samuel-
son, against Omaha ft Council Bluffs Street
Wednesday. Nov. 17. Mary C. Porter,
against Elisabeth Burbrldge.
Thursday. Nov. 18. Bllzaard Bros..
against Growers' Canning company, et al.;
David Bradley & Company, against Inter
rational Harvester company.
Friday, Nov. IS. Charles H. Day, against
C. R. Hannan.
Monday, Nov. 22. In re-wlll of Btorten
Tuesday, Nov. 23. M. Saltxman. agalnat
Grain Shippers' Mutual Fire Insurance
Wednesday. Nov. 24. Mary E. Hammer,
against Mutual Life Insurance company
of New York; Hannah E. Amy, against
Mutual Life Insurance company of New
York. Marv E. Hammer, lntervenor,
Thursday, Nov. 25 E. Pill, against Ida
Long; Mrs. Brana Schenkln, against Cun
ard SteamahlD comDanv.
Friday, Nov. 38. N. A. Crawford, against
Commonwealth Insurance company.
Monday. Nor. 29. Rankin & Cowden
against 8. A. Pierce; Charlea McCoy,
against P. H. Pelkey Construction com
Tuesday, Nov. JO.-E. Pill, against Ida
Long: Mrs. Brana Schenken, against Cun
ard Steamship company.
Wednesday. Doc. 1 Frank Edgar, against
Thursday. Dee, 2 William Sillsbury.
aralnst Luella Cariigg et al.; David M.
Willlama. against Oney White.
Friday, lec. I H. O. Keefer. against
Chicago ft Northwestern Railroad com
pany; C. Ii. Gano, against Charlea M. San-
Monday. Dec. 1 Treynor Savings bank
against O. R. Stevens: William O. Schmidt,
against Henry Schmidt.
Tuesday, Iec. 7. Iva Ooldsberry, against
Hansen ft Nielsen, et al.; Clarence Smith,
against Ernest Eyberg.
Wednesday, Dec. Jewel Motor Car
company, against T. F. McCaffery, sheriff.
Thursdav. Dee. . Keefer ft Marks,
agalnat Chicago, Burlington ft Qulncy
Railroad company; Aseptic Furniture com
pany, against lonald Macrae.
Friday, Dec. 10 A. M. Sawson. against
Chicago. Burlington A Qulncy Railroad
company; Johanah O'Brien, against T. F.
Mi-Caffery, sheriff, et al.
Saturday. Dec. 11 Michael O'Brien,
against T. F. McCaffery, sheriff, et al. ;
J. P. Gardiner, against Sarah E. Pierce,
Monday, Dec. 11 John Nelson, against
Omaha ft Council llluffs Street Railway
company; William A. Lewis, agalnat
Omaha ft Council Bluffs Street Railway
Tuesday. D 14 Keefer A Marks,
against Chicago, Burlington ft Qulncy Rail
road company; same, against aame.
Thursday. Dec. 1 P. Boysen. admr..
against Chicago. Milwaukee ft St. Paul
Railioad company, (special.) .
Friday, Dec. 17. Joseph W. Lei Ben,
at;iinst M. Marks, et al.; Joseph P. Walker,
agalnat B. Marks, et al. ,
Saturday, le-. IS A. J. Van Alstlne.
againvt Chicago. Rock Island ft Pacific
Railroad company; Minnie E. Bridget.
BKitnst city of Council Bluffs, et al.
Monday, Ieo 20 John Nelson, against
Omxha ft Council Bluffs Street Railway
company ; Chris Johnson, against Wabash
Tuesday. It 21. Meyer Kramer, against
A. Aletin.-r ft Company; George F. Calle.
against B. Marks, et al.
Besli Yet fa sold.
TTp to daf the Board of Education has
been unable to dispose of the proposed
Issue of $57,000 refunding bonds and the
$S7,000 of bonds which matured several
months ago, remaining In a local bank to
which the school district is paying Inter
est at the rate of B per cent. The present
situation results frcm the failure of the
Board of Education to make any provision
for taking care of the successive bond is
sues as they fell due.
At a special meeting of the board Mon
day night the offer of M. W. Halsey A
Co. of Chicago for the proposed Issue of
$57,000 refunding bonds was rejected. The
Chicago firm required that the school dis
trict should levy each year a tax which
would bring in one-tenth of the amount
of the bond Issue and accrued Interest.
This meant that there would have to be
obtained by levy of a tax about $4,000 each
year In addition to $2,800, the Interest on
the bonds. The $6,000 levied each year
would have to remain In some bank until
the bonds matured at the expiration of
ten years without drawing any interest.
there is no provision whereby the dis
trict could put this money out on interest.
Falling to secure better terms from the
Chicago firm, the board, it Is said, will
endeavor to place the bonds with local
Real Estate Trauifers.
These transfers were reported to The
Bee November 2 by the Pottawattomle
County Abstract company of Council
Albert C. Meltsen, unmarried, to
Patrick and Gertrude Mannlon, part
eV of ne1 of section 17. townshtp
77, range 3a $ 1400
Charles E. Price and wife to Harriet
Hudspeth, lots 1. 2. I and 1 block
27, Brown's subdivision in Council
William Arnd and wife to Arthur
Johnson, lots 20 and 21, In block 2,
Falrmount addition to Council
Frances II. Wellr, Lldow, to James
I. Atuiqueen, lot B. block 3, Beer's
subdivision in Council Bluffs K
C. C. Overton and iie to James
Sheley, lot 11, blocs 1. Walnut 1100
George N. Church to Anna M.
Church, his wife, lot S, block 23.
Everett's addition to Council Bluffs
Iowa Townslte company to F. W.
Bristol, lota 10, 1L 12 and IS In sub
division of out lot A. in McClelland 251
Eight transfers, total
The program of the organ concert to be
given tomorrow evening by Prof. Minor C.
Baldwin at St. John's English Lutheran
church .will contain eleven numbers, two
at least of which will be the noted organ
let's own composition. The program will
be as follows:
Kings Dream and His Love.
Pastoral and Hymn of the Shepherds. .Field
Alia Slclllona, (b) Presto from Con
Organ solo Selected
Marche mllltalre Gounod
Fire and Police Commissioner. Say
Complainin,' Persons Should Go to
The Board of Fire ar.d Police commis
sioners received a communication at the
meeting Tuesday from the Antl-Paloon
eague of Douglas county which asserted
that gambling rooms were running at dif
ferent places within the city and that the
o'clock closing law which governs the
saloons was being violated by the Rome
and Henshaw bars and other saloons.
The communication asserts that three
roulette tables and a Klondike game has
been conducted over the Budwelser siloon
at 1409 Douglas street for thirty days by
W. E. Nesselhous and Henry Sherman. It
also alleges that Richard S. Berlin has been
conducting a gambling house at the Wind
sor hotel for thirty days by operating a
roulette table, a game of faro and that
Frank Sampson has been operating a
gambling resort in the top floor of the
Murray hotel at rare Intervals.
The communication asserted ' that evi
dence of other violations of the 8 o'clock
law could be furnished. .
The board does not Consider It their duty
to take evidence against such violations
and believes that' If the persona who made
these complaints have sufficient evidence,
that It Is their duty to swear to a com
plaint and cause the arrest of the guilty
The board Indicated tt Is a body created
to act on the reports charging officers with
neglect of duty. Commissioner Hunter
made a motion that action on the communl-
tlon be deferred until the legal status
of the situation was Investigated.
In explaining his cause for action he
said, 'This board Is not a court to receive
evidence of law violations, but tJ receive
evidence of neglect of du'.y of the c.V fleers
and merr.bere of the police ar.fl fire ,15jart-
ment. I have received complaints of this
character by telephone, but have advised
the person to appear before the city or
county attorney and swear to a complaint
thua causing a warrant for their arrest to
be Issued. I have offered to accompany
them, but they fall to appear. We, as a
board, have no Jurisdiction to hunt or re
ceive evidence of this character, if I under
stand the laws correctly, and I think that
these persona should make their com
plaints elsewhere. If I find that the com
plaints are made to the officers of the
police department and that they neglect
to do their duty, I would recommend their
discharge, but the complainants do not
pursue this course." The other members
of the board acquiesced In his opinion.
hi One of the Important Duties of Physicians and h
is to-learn as to the relative standing: and rrliability of the leading manufactur
ers of medicinal agents, as the most eminent physicians are the most careful as' to
the uniform quality and perfect purity of remedies prescribed by them, and it is well
known to physicians and the Well-Informed generally that the California Fig Syrup
Co., by reason of its correct methods and perfect equipment and the ethical character of
its product has attained to the high standing in scientific and commercial circles which
is accorded to successful and reliable houses only, and, therefore, that the name of the
Company has become a guarantee of the excellence of its remedy. '
TRUTH AND QUALITY
appeal to the Well-informed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent suc
cess and creditable standing, therefore we wish to call the attention of all who would
enjoy good health, with its blessings, to the fact that it involves the question of right
living with all the term implies. With proper knowledge of what is best each hour
of recreation, of enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may be made to contribute
to that end and the use of medicines dispensed with generally to great advantage, but
as in many instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the
proper time, the California Fig Syrup Co. feels that it is alike important to present '
truthfully the subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has won
the appoval of physicians and the world-wide acceptance of the Well-Informed because
of the excellence of the combination, known to all, and tbe original method of manufac
ture, which is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only.
This valuable remedy has been long and favorably known under the name of .
Syrup of Figs and has attained to world-wide acceptance as the most excellent of
family laxatives, and as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well
known to physicians and the Well-informed of the world to be the best of natural
laxatives, we have adopted the more elaborate name of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
Senna as more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubtless it will always be
called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Tigs and to get its beneficial effects always
note, when purchasing, the full name of the Company California Fig Syrup Co. -plainly
printed on the front of every package, whether you simply call for Syrup of
Figs or by the full name Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna as Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of Senna is the one laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. and the same heretofore known by the name Syrup of Figs which has given
satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for sale by all leading druggists throughout
the United States in original packages of one size only, the regular price of which
is fifty cents per bottle.
Every bottle is sold under the general guarantee of the Company, filed with the
Secretary of Agriculture, at Washington, D. C , that the remedy is not adulterated or
misbranded within the meaning of the Food and Drugs Act, June 30th, 1906,
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
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Given to Sullivan
Mayor Voices Commendation of the
Board of Fire and Police Commissioners.
Detective Michael Sullivan, who was
shot and dangerously wounded by Albert
Prince, a negro, In Mike Ankahl'" saloon
Monday afternoon, was commended for
his bravery by the members of the Board
of Fire and Police Commissioners last
A report of the shooting was received
from Chief of Police Donohue. In extend
ing their sympathy for Detective Sullivan,
Mayor Dahlman said
'Detective Sullivan Is to be specially
commended for his bravery while engaged
In the altercation. - He was unaware of
the presence of the dangerous man until
he was In the thick of the battle, but even
that he attempted to overcome the man
atfer ho waa dangerously wounded.
"The trouble waa unlooked for, but the
officer grabbed at the weapon of his
would-be assassin and his conduct would
have been a credit to any man, even
though he had escaped any Injury. The
board extends Its sympathy to him and
his family and commends him for his
heroic attempt to overpower the would-be
Hangs Self Over
Sale of Ranch
Wealthy South Dakota Man Becomes
Demented by Disposal of Prop
erty and Ends Life.
RAPID CITY, 8. D., Nov. . (Special
Telegram.) Arthur Flnnigan, one of the
oldest cowboy ranchmen of western South
Dakota, was found dead hanging by the
neck to a rafter in the barn on his cousin's
ranch near Pedro yesterday morning. In
his vest pocket cash and 'certificates of de
posit payable to him amounting to over
$30,000 were found and In his coat pocket
the bank books showed money In his name
amounting to a trifle over $50,000. Flnnigan
was a bachelor and came to this country
In 187 from Ireland and prospered first as
cowboy and later as a ranchman. Last
week be sold his ranch of 10,000 acres and
1,800 bead of cattle to Lincoln, Neb., pur
chasers, and the loss of his property so
depressed him that he became temporarily
Insane. He was known all through west
ern South Dakota as "Honest Flnnigan,"
Mayor of Basin
Bequests Governor of Wyoming to
Bemove Troops from City Peace
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday to
the following: t
Name and Residence. Age
Adolph Almkurst, Canon City, Colo. S
ITlluka Johnston, Alhla, la. 23
W. H. Little. Omaha 29
Agnea Heatherton, Council Bluffs 23
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Report Ready on
Subcommittee of National Geographic
Society Will Announce De
WASHINGTON, Nov. 3 Concluding In
every detail an examination of Commander
Robert E. Peary'a proofs of his discovery
of the North pole, the subcommittee of
scientists appointed to pass on the ex
plorer's records, will submit Its report at
10 o'clock tomorrow morning to the board
of managers of the National Geographic
The committee has to pass only on the
point whether Peary reached the pole on
the date claimed and the quickness with
which It reached a decision causes many
in scientific circles to believe that the ex
plorer's claim has been upheld. The mem
bers of the subcommittee would not d is
sues their findings.
BASIN. Wyo., Nov. $. (Special Tele
gram.) Mayor W. 8. Collins late this after
noon aent the following- telegram to Gov
"As mayor of the town of Basin and In
the name of a great many of good citizens,
I respectfully request you to remove the
detachment of state militia posted here.
The situation doea not warrant their pres
ence and never has. Militia here la menace
to the peace and quiet of the town. If the
sheriff will not do his duty, I, as mayor.
will guarantee that peace and good order
will be maintained."
Since the troops arrived Saturday strict
military discipline has been enforced, after
dark. The feeling of reaentment alluded to
In dispatches of Saturday to this paper has
grown. The message of Mayor Collins Is
the public expression of this feeling.
Summary of Results of
Elections in All States
Children like Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It Is pleasant to take.
Quick Action for Tour Money Tou get
that by using The Bee advertising columns.
The elections held Tuesday throughout '
the country show that Massachusetts and
Rhode Island have re-elected republican
governors, while Virginia has returned a
democrat to this office.
"New Tork City has elected the demo
cratic candidate. Judge William J. Gaynor.
mayor, while in Philadelphia the effort of
the reformers to break the republican or
ganization has (ailed.
In New Jersey the republicans held their
Tom L. Johnson, democrat, haa been de
feated aa mayor of Cleveland.
The latent returns from San Francisco
Indicate that Francis J. Heney, democrat,
has been defeated for district attorney.
In Maryland the paramount Issue was the
so-called disfranchising amendment de
signed to eliminate the negro as a politlcaj
factor. The returns In this state came In
slowly and the result Is still uncertain. The
Indications are, however, that the amend
ment has been defeated.
In Indiana the republicans scored several
Important victories, particularly In Indian
apolis, where Samuel Lewis Shank, repub
lican, was elected mayor and the entire
republican ticket returned.
The republicans carried Massachusetts by
the narrowest margin In the history of ti e
Bay state for nearly a quarter of a cen
tury. The entire party ticket was re
elected, but Governor Ebon Draper's plur
ality waa cut down from 60.000 last year to
The democratic victory In Virginia brlngt
Judge Mann to the office of governor. Hit
majority apparently will be the usual on
for this state.
Tammany elected another mayor o
Greater New York In the person of Judgt
Gaynor, democrat, but the organtxatlor
lost Its grip on the city finances. Tha
republican-fusion forces will control abso
lutely the Board of Estimate and appor
tionment. In addition the republican-fusion
elected Charles S. Whitman district
attorney of New York county and practi
cally oil their other candidates onkhe city
and county tickets.
In Pennsylvania the chief Interest cen
tered In Philadelphia, ' where the reform
element endeavord In vain to break the
power of the local republican organization.
Samuel P. Rotan was re-elected district
attorney on the republican ticket by a
surprisingly large majority. In the starts
ticket the republicans elected the state
treasurer, the auditor general and a Judge
of the supreme court.
In Cleveland, Tom L. Johnson, democrat,
for four terms mayor of the city, was de
feated for a fifth term by Herman C.
MRS. HELLER GOOD PROVIDER
gnu II Black Bay WonU Itetarm to
Detention Homo with Great
Pat Patterson, a little negro boy of 7
years, placed himself under arrest and
walked Into the police station to confess to
the theft of some pencils from tha Cass
street school. Pat was once an Inmate of
the Detention home and he Insists that he
likes It better than home. His father Is
dead and his mother lives at Fifteenth and
"I got lots to eat out at de home,' said
Pat. "An I likea It dere, too." he ex
plained to Captain Dunn, meanwhile look
ing pleadingly toward Mogy Bernstein, pro
A blissful plckannlny smile spread over
the lad's features when the officer extended
a car ticket and an order for admission to
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DODGE MEETS OLD COMRADES
Saeletr ( Army ef Tenneaaeo
Loyal Legion tn Session at
COLUMBVS. O.. Nov. 1 -The Society of
the Army of the Tennessee and the Loyal
lilon met here today and held an Informal
session at the Southern hotel. General Gren
vllle M. Dodge of Council Bluffs. Ia.. pre
siding. The society mas received by Gov
ernor and Mrs. Harmon this afternoon and
will be In aesslon all day an J tomorrow.
Bos waat-ads are business boosters.
Buy now today
Turn to the real estate columns and select one of the many
home bargains that are advertised for sale on easy terms.
Now is the opportune time to get a real home bargain. A
year from now you will realize how much your property has
increased in value.
Take advantage of the prices and terms and own your own
Thursday is home day.
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