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COLD CAUSES TRAIN DELAYS
Storms and Falling Temperature
General in the Wert.
HUMORED n. S. CABLE WILL QUIT
Great Northern ftnow Car, Carry!"
Esalblt for Omaha Ki position,
la Maktaar nletc Tour
BRIEF CITY NEWS
1909 NOVEMBER 1909
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Have Boot Flint Is.
m. T. SwoBod Certified Accountant.
Rlnshart, botojTaphr( llth 4 Farnam.
Lighting rixtarea, Burgos Grander! Co.
Xeyn, photo, removed to ltth Howard,
jr. A. Oentleman Co, Undertakers. New
location 1414 Chicago 8C Both phones.
Equitable Life Policies eight draft at
maturity. H. D. Neely, manager. Omaha.
Coal Kill Goal Company - Large Nut,
u per ton. Good cooking coal. Tel. D. 879.
Bear Dr. MoBrlde Tonight at Calvary
Baptist church, Twenty-fifth and Hamil
ton; subject, "The Choice of the Multi
The JTseraska Baying and fcoaa Ass'n
loans on homes only In. . Douglas county.
Service prompt, terma reasonable. Board
f Trade building, 1603 Farnam.
Pink Fyjama Plnobsd Wylle Douglass,
lolored, was caught by Detectives Maloney
md Mitchell trying to dispose of tome
link pyjamas at a pawn shop on Sixteenth
itreet and was taken Into custody. The
(fflcers believe the goods were stolen from
.he store of Albeit Cahn, 1313 Farnam
-fireman Kaa rraotared ZLmb B. J.
Hudson, 4 Missouri Paclflo fireman, re
ildlng at Eagle, was brought to St. Jos
tph's hospital suffering from a fractured
limb, the result f .being caught between
the tender and cab of hla engine while at
vcrk at Falla City. Dr. W. H. Ramsey of
his city was the attending phyalcian.
Br. I. W. Morsman Oets Divorce Dr.
lslle W. Morsman haa secured a -decree
"if divorce from Mrs. La Khea Morsman In
llstrict court. The order has been granted
by Judge Estelle, but la not yet signed and,
f course, therefore.1 not yet In - effect
Dr. Morsman's petit lor... related ths,t hie
Kite Insisted on going to his office and
lurt his practice thereby.
Tw Cats Whea Hew Sara is Done
Jhe f if teen , pay-as-you-enter , .cara which
'.he Omaha A Council Bluffs Street Rail
way company la building In Omaha are
peering Completion and will be ready tor
service on the Farnam streot line aa soon
as the new car house at Tenth and Pierce
streets Is completed. The other ten cars
for this line, which were built at St.
Louis have arrived and will be put (ln
tervlce at the same time.
Zowan Tlctlm of Tremens Passengers
st the Union . station Wednesday morning
were given somewhat of a fright and plenty
of excitement, when John Vlnoent, who
Hvea aomewherea In Iowa, suffered a bad
attack of tremens. With eyes staring from
'.heir sockets. ' Vinoent began yelling
tnd screaming at the top of his voice and
It required the combined efforte of two offi
cers to hold Jilm. .until the police wagon
could be summoned, Vincent, who Is
about 30 years of age, and. apparently In
Tioderate circumstances, was locked up.
Bankruptcy .Trusts Tiles Bolt Patrick
ktcCabe, as trustee In bankruptcy for
Lewie A. Johnson, has brought suit in
'Jk United Suues district court against
.h . Farmers State; Bank of Newcastle for
' f udgtnent for, J.liSO. which represents the
transfer of . certain property of the bank
rupt to the bank while ,th bankrupt was
Insolvent and .which the bank refuses, to
pay. A similar suit by the earns plaintiff
brought against Q, B, Addlano tor ll.voo
for conversion of property by the bank
rupt that should be made a part of the
assets of the bankrupt.
Sr. Ann Brow at T. W. O. A Dr.
Anna Brown of New York City, at the
head of the National Toung Women'
Christian association' physical work, la
a gueat at the local association and will
be one of the speakers at the physical
directors conference today and to
morrow. Dr. Brown Is counted among
the most efficient of the national
workera and ahe has made wide Investiga
tion to the end of supplying In the asso
ciation attractions that will offset the
many degrading Influences that young
women, especially those away from home
or without proper home Influence, must
Falls from Flies
to His Death
Oeorge Cornish, Stage Hand at Krajr,
Stricken 111 and Lose
Oeoree Cornish, a tge employe at tne
Krug theater, was taken suddenly 111
while at work yesterdiy and fell from the
property gallery over the stage, down to
the floor. He received Injuries from which
he died within two hours.
Ho, with Sterling Pi ice and Jsmes Whit
ney, were hanging property at B p. m., in
the gallery for the evening theater per
formances when Cornish was striken. He
told his companions that he waa 111 and
asked one of them to hold the ropes for
him. At that Instant he reeled and fell
backward out of the gallery. He struck the
tag on the back of bis neck and his right
shoulder. He was rendered unconso.ous,
but partially recovered and later was able
to recognize his friends.
He wis hurried to St. Joseph's ho;p tal
but waa In a dying condition when taken
Into th ward.
After diagnosing the case physicians said
Cornish had suffered a fracture at the
base of his skull, on the right arm between
the shoulder and elbow and that several
ribs on 'his right ' side wei broken.
Mr. Cornish waa married and hla step
father Is a mall carrier In Florence, named
John Woodruff. He ha other relatives
there. He Is an old stags employe In
Omaha,, but left her a . short time ago
to live in Lexington. He returned to Omaha
about October IS and accepted a position
at the Krug, where he was employed up to
and at the time of hla death.
Mr. Cornish has been ' making his home
with his stepfather In Florence. His wlf
and two children have been visiting her
parents In Lexington, but are due to ar
rive here this morning. They expected to
Join him here today to make their home In
PETITION TO HAVE KIDDLE
v DECLARED-A BANKRUPT
Three lew. ss Missouri Creditor
tart Proceedla: In Federal
. ' District Court
With the sudden cold spell and storms
throughout the middle west comes a deluge
of reports from the railway offices of de
layed trains and missed connections In
Omaha and the west Railroad officials
look upon the first cold weather of the
fall only as a warning and preparations
are then made by all railroad employe to
guard against delays.
Most of the reports of trainmen sent Into
the Union Paclflo and Burlington offices
give Insignificant reasons for delays.
Steam pipes that have been Idle during
the summer have become defective or there
are leaky Joints In the connections between
cars. These are mere details, but trainmen
seem never to discover the trouble or
seek a remedy until cold weather really
Several trains were late at t Union
and Burlington stations during th day
and train schedules are demoralised. West
of Omaha considerable trouble Is reported
owing to storm and the cold weather. The
Burlington fast mall from Chicago, how
ever, rolled into the station this morning
on time, adhering to its fine record of over
100 days with the train late but three
Cable vIr Drop Oat.
There Is a rumor In local railroad olrcle
that H. 8. Cable, general superintendent
of the Rock Island lines. In the central
district, Is to sever his connection with
the company. His resignation will come, It
Is said, as an aftermath of the death of
his father, R. R. Cable, at Davenport,
last Friday. I
H. S. Cable 1 a well known figure in
Omaha railroad circles, owing to his close
connection with affairs on the lines In
the central district. His father Is rated as
one of the wealthiest men In Iowa and It
la said that his son will devote his efforts
to his father's Interest and the adminis
tration of the vast estate.
Great Northern Shove Car.
One of the exhibit cars sent out by th
Great Northern railroad, containing pro
ducts of the Milk River valley of Mon
tana, Is now in Nebraska and will be
whisked about the state for short stops
before going on exhibition at the corn
show. The first stop made Is at Lincoln.
The second car Is now being equipped with
exhibit which will come direct to th corn
Both coaches are model exhibit cars and
are in charge of demonstrators. The Hill
lines have gone to considerable expense
In building the cars and In collecting
exhibits from the states of the great
northwest. They are built along the lines
of a passenger car and are specially
arranged for show purposes.
Special Car Go Through.
Two special car passed through Omaha
during Wednesday: one contained a detach
ment of soldiers from Jefferson Barracks,
St. Louis, bound for Fort Russell, Chey
enne. They came In over the Wabash and
were transferred to th Union Paolflc.
The private car "Kemble" arrived over
the Milwaukee road from Chicago carrying
party of mining men. headed by L. B.
Newby, for points in California. On the
return trip they will pass through Omaha
Railroad Note and Personal.
Kdson Rich. general attorney fort the
Union Pacific railroad, has son to Chi
cs.ro on. a case before the Interstate Com
John Scott, county commissioner-elect.
has gone on an eastern trip, Including a
top at Boston.
C. T. Ransom, civil engineer for the Chi
cago & Northwestern railway, has gone to
Chicago on business.
Ward and Vokes
Carry the Hod
Comedians Start William Morrii The
ater, Lucy Daly Carrying
Lucy Daly, tMrs. Hsp Ward), laid the
first brtck for the new William Morris
theater Wednesday noon, at th northeast
corner of th building lot at Eighteenth
and Douglas streets. Her husband, Harry
Yokes, and other members of the company
watched and assisted with advice.
It fell to the lot of Hap Ward and Harry
Yokes to carry hods and trundle wheel bar
row of bricks along th narrow pathway
of plank leading from th street to the
excavation. Their path waa not flower
strewn, but they had art easier task than
the ordinary workman, for a roll of paper
had been brought out and unrolled to keep
Nebraska mud from th patent leather
shoes so dear to the theatrical profession.
Ward and Vokes, and a number of chorus
Iris, conveyed the hods and barrows with
some skill and wishing to beat anyone else
to the remark, Hap Ward himself declared:
"It Isn't the first time some of us have
carried the hod."
The chorus girls, who also negotiated the
plank walk, squealed with that ecstasy
peculiar to feminity when their balance
Is uncertain, but Lucy Daly tripped across
as lightly aa though she were dancing on
complete stage and that I quite lightly.
The building company was represented by
Emil Brandels and W. M. Burgess Of
Woodward & Burgess, was present aa u
Charles Breed of the Krug. A number of
mere spectators also gathered, these repre
senting th Merry Villagers.
Author to War
Meredith Nicholson Declares He Will
Devote Writings to Stemming
Meredith Nicholson, - author of "Tbo
House of a Thousand Candles," Is in
On aha visiting relativea. Hla wife, form
erly Miss Eugenia Kountse, was a daugh
ter of the late Herman Kountxe.
Mr. Nicholson makes the statement that
he Is no longer a writer of romanoes, but
haa entered th field of politic. He has
pronounced himself the foe of socialism.
He fears socialism Is making progress and
will attempt to stem the tide by his writ
ings. HI new book, "Th Lord of High
Decision," which will be Introduced to the
publto soon, is aon of hi steps along th
line of politics.
A petition was filed In the United State
district court by certain creditors of Elmer
J. Kiddle, doing business under the firm
nam of th Kiddle Grain company, asking
that he be declared a bankrupt. The
petitioning creditor are E. M. Cassldy Co.,
of Whiting, la., with claim of $069.86;
Wright 4 McWhtnney of Bagley, Ia.,
1541.28, and - the Croysdal Grain company
of Kansas City, Mo., S1SS.8K.
Th petition allege that the Kiddle
Oraln company, while Insolvent, committed
cts of bankruptcy by mortgaging to 'the
Conservative Savings and Loan association
fur 13.100, certain lots In Garvin's addition
to the city of Omaha, on September 4,
nd that E. J. Kiddle executed a warranty
deed to Nellie Rubin on October t, for lot
In Oarvin's subdivision of tax lot 30, and
that th conveyance and transfer of the
said property was with the Intent to hinder,
delay and defraud hla creditors, also that
on November 1 he executed a bill of sale
for hla office furniture, located In rooms
7S7-89-91, In th Brandel building, to J.
E. VonDorn for $176, thus preferring him
over other creditors. Smyth, Smith
Shall are attorneys for the
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ROB THEIR BENEFACTOR
Two Coats and a Watrai Stolen from
J. J. Hesslgss by Two Men
He Befriended. .
Two weary sons of rest showed their ap
preclatlon for the assistance preferred them
by robbing ' the good Samaritan, J. J.
Hennlgan of South Omaha of 'hla watch,
coat and a raincoat at the Aetna hotel
The three men met and while walking
round the streets In the cold the two
stranger pleaded fatigue. Aa a result Hen
nlgan took them to the Aetna hotel and
rented a room wttlt two beds. Hennlgan
went to sleep In one of them while his
two friends went to sleep In ths other,
Howsver, they did not sleep well and woke
up. They found that Hennlgan was sleep
lng and took his gold watch and two coats.
Richard Eva has been arrested aa one
of the men and the police are looking tor
ROCK ISLAND TO PENSION
EMPL0YESAFTER JUNE 1
Order Affeetlnc All Employe Out
lined In rircalar from Office
f President Wluchell.
Over Its entire system the Chicago, Rock
Island & Paclflo railway haa adopted
pension system for its employes which et
fects every one In the service, from th
men behind roll-top desks In the genera
offices to the brakemen riding atop
freight car. A circular letter from E. B.
Moore, assistant to President Wlncbell, has
been received In the Omaha offlcea. In
which the proposition of the railroad dlrec
tor I stated.
Those who have attained or will attain
th ag of 70 years by June 30, 1910. are
eligible and those who have been employed
continuously for twenty-five yeara and are
permanently Incapacitated. Leave of ab
sence.' suspension, dismissal followed by
reinstatement within the year will not be
considered a break In continuity of service.
A similar plan will go Into effect on the
New Tork Central lines th first of the
year, and other roads are said to be con
sidering the step made by the Rock Island.
BARKALOW DJIES IN DENVER
Head of New Supply Company Was
Formerly a Resident of
D. V. Barkalow, senior member of th
news company ot tiarkalow Bros., doln
business In Omaha, Denver and other
cities, Is dead In Denver, of heart failure,
according to a telegram received by
brother, 8. D. Bark alow of this city, who
left for the Colorado city. The deoeased
lived In Omaha soma twenty years ago
and was quite well known here. It wa
known he had been In poor health, but
his death was entirely unexpected.
Nothing concerning the funeral arrange
ments has been learned, but It la likely
the body will be brought to Omaha for
Two Killed In Collision.
DAYTON, O.. Nov. 17 A double-header
freight train, south-bound, and a pasaen
K-r train, northbound, on the Cincinnati
Hamilton & Dayton met In a head-on co
IlKlon a few miles north of this city short!
arter I o clock this morning. Two men,
fireman and a brakeman, were killed.
SHAFROTH TO GiVE TROPHY
Colorado Goveraar Will Personally
Present the Award far Oats
nt Cera Shaw.
Governor Shafroth of Colorado haa
written to the directors of the National
Corn exposition that he will be in Omaha.
December S or 7, to present the Colorado
oata trophy to the corn show. This trophy
will be given to the grower of oata who will
bring the best peck of oats grown In. the
world. There Is considerable competition
for thla trophy and many slates will com
pete. South Dakota thinks It will win and
Wyoming and Colorado also think they
produce the best oei In th world.
show the beneficial effects of
in a very short time. It not
only builds her up, but en
riches the mother's millc and
properly nourishes the child.
Nearly all mothers who
nurse their children should
take this splendid food-tonic,
not only to keep up their
own strength but to properly
nourish their children.
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RESBYTERY ACTS UPON
Call of Dundee Chorea for Rev. O. E.
Fisher Accepted Ceiuiulttee
At an adjourned meeting of the Omaha
Presbytery Tuesday afternoon at the
First tresbyterlan Church, with ' Rev.
Charlea Heron presiding as moderator in
the absence of Moderator Rev. Nathaniel
M. McGIffln, the dissolution of the pas
toral relation of Rev. B. J. Brethouwer
with the churches of Marietta and Colon
was announced and approved, as was the
dissolution of the pastoral relation of Rev.
Norman P. Olhey with the Walthlll
The call from Dundee church to Rev.
Grant 3. Fisher, D. D., was accepted. .,
The joint call from raplltlon, LaPlatt
and Anderson Orove churches to Licenti
ate Charlea 3. Baskervlll waa acoeptcd.
Rev. K. M. Mculifin was chosen to suc
ceed Rev.-Robert D. Wheeler a a mem
ber of the. Home Mission committee, Dr.
Wheeler haying resigned r because of the
press of his pastoral Interests.
The matter of taking . aotlon upon the
recommendation of the general assembly
relative to th method of electing dele
gates to the general assembly wa tabled
upon the motion of Rev. E. H. Jenks un
til the spring meeting of the presbytery,
and will be made the special order for
A committee consisting of Rev. R. D.
Wheeler, Rev. Julius F. Swarta and Lay
man E. H. Westerfleld was appointed to
assist In furthering the work and Inter
ests of the Bohemian church In South
Omaha. The presbytery then adjourned to
meet at Papllllon December 8.
Prior to adjournment a temporary 11
cense waa granted to William F. Pott
smlth, a graduate of the theological sem
inary and member of the North Presby
terlan church. .. . .
Greatest Sale of
Omaha Has Elver Witnessed.
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All Our Traveling Men's Kail and Win
ter Samples of IVIen's Raincoats at
One-Third Off Our Regular -Price
Ooly: Two Days Left
If you did not get waited on today, come tomorrow.
All sizes and styles. DON'T MISS IT!
(Dtaahai fclteir m
E. H. SPRAGUE, Pres.
1608 Harney Street. "Just Around the Corner"
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MANY SEER BANDIT REWARD
Union Pacific Railroad and Postal
Official! to Award $30,000.
SCHOOL CHILDREN SURE TO WIN
I.lttle Tot and Teaeber at BroTrn
Park School and a Score of Po
lios Officer Come In
for Money, "
Th ai pc-rtlonment of the $30,000 rewards,
offered by the Union Faclflc Railroad .com
pany and Postofflce department . of . the
United States for the apprehension and
conviction of.he five men charged Vtth
the Overland Limited mall robbery, is '
matter that will be. left entirely with the
general management of the Union Pacific, ,
which offered a reward of $6,000 each for
the bandits, and the Postqfflce department,
which offered a reward of $1,000 for each
of the robbers.
A forn of application for reward has
been provided by the Postofflce department
covering such cases, and applicants for the
reward or any part of It must submit their
applications to the department.
None of the government officers parti
cipating in the apprehension or arrest of
the banditu will be permitted to accept any
portion of the reward, and neither will the
Plnkerton detectives be given any part of
Inspectors Have Charge.
The government portion of th reward
will be assigned upon recommendation of
the postofflce inspectors, who will be given
charge of the investigation of th merits
of the various claimants. It may be six'
months or more before the assignment of
the rewards will be made. . In any event,
none of the rewarda will be made payable
until th accused men are safely lodged In
The Union Pacific portion of the re
ward will be governed lnlts apportion
ment largely by the report of the gov
A number of claimants has already filed
applications for a part of the reward.
These include the parents and guardians of
th half doren or more children ot the
Brown Park school, who discovered the
rendezvous ot the robbers, which led to
their later apprehension. Mis Hayes, prln
c'pa) of Brown Park school; the two Jan
itors, Vavra and Bentx; the South Omaha
police officials and several of the Omaha
police force, who assisted In locating the
rooms of the accused men in Omaha; the
Denver officers, who arrested Shelton, and
the Idaho officers who arrested Matthews,
will all come in for a part of the $30,000.
At least this 1b the opinion ot the federal
Guard the heslth of your ramlly by keep,
lng at hand a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It has no equal fot
coughs, colds and croup.
HAROLD AND WILLIAMS HELD
Men Chara-ed with Forgrery and High
way Robbery Bonnd Over
Judge Crawford in police court ha held
Oeorge Harold and Spencer William for
the district court; Harold for forgery, lit
the sum of $500 bull, and Williams, who is
colored, for robbery,' in the sum of $1,000.
Harold I accused of forging a Check in
the sum of $22.50 on I. C. Oallup. a South
Omaha live stock. auctioneer. He waived
examination. William is charged with
having held up a ms,n .l&med . Olspn In an
alley on Sixteenth street on September IS
last William Franklin, , who pleaded
guilty to the same charge in district eourt.
Implicated William, saying Williams had
held Olson, while ha (Franklin) took hi
valuables, i Franklin testified to this In
police court, to all of which William en
tered a vigorous denial. Williams wa rep
resented by Attorney Kilkenney.
Steel cars on rock island
Coaches Are Made Tart of Bqnlpi
of Two Oroaha-ChleaaTO
New steel passenger coaches have been
made a part of the equipment of train
Nos. 9 and 10 on the Rock Island line
between Omaha and Chicago. The new ear
have Just been received and are a part of
the order for 100 new coaches recently
placed by the company.
MORE BEAUTIFUL OMAHA IS
AGAIN REALTY' MEN'S CRY
Revived by Their Visit to Kanaa
City, with It Park and
A mora beautiful Omaha, ia still the aim
of ths Omaha Jleal Estate Exchange, which
has been relnspired by th recent visit to
Kansas City where it member saw the
possibilities of improving property and
property values by extending th park
and boulevard system.
A committee with R. C. Peters a chair
man, was appointed at the meeting ot the
exchange to look up some practical way to
Increase Omaha's parks and boulevards
and to make them more beautiful. The
Park board haa but $50,000 a year to spend
In thla way and some plan is to b de
vised to increase the revenue.
R. C. Peter read a paper on suggestions
for parks and boulevards and told of the
lessons Omaha might gain from Kansas
City. He suggested macadam as the best
pavement for residence districts and sug
gested that Omaha should buy up the low
lands of the city now and start to convert
them Into parks.
Henry B. Payne advocated the policy
of taxing th cost of boulevaids to abut
ting property and advocated the parking
of several spots In Omaha which are now
practically owned by the city, because of
the tax Hens against them.
H. A. Tukey scored some of the teal
estate men for setting too high a price on
their property whenever they thought the
city wanted It for park or boulevard purposes.
The Real Estate exchange of Kansas
City waa invited to pay a return vlhit to
Omaha and to come during the National
NO CAR SHORTAGE IS LIKELY
All Danger Paued, Say Railroad
Officials, In Spit of Heavy .
Danger of a car shortage, Imminent a
few week ago. has entirely passed, ac
cording to railroad officials. Nearly all the
roads centering in Omaha have adopted
means to allay the apprehension which
shipper felt with respect to th situation
Desptt th fact that th Chicago
Northwestern railroad handled 100 000 more
cara during th month ot October than
during the corresponding month last year,
this line has not experienced any car short
age during the heavy fall demand.
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