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1HK OMAHA SUNDAY HHK: (MJTOllfcK :t0. 1!UH.
Tha Cenaeil staffs office ef The
Omaha Bee It U II Boett aHreet.
Beta pfcoaes. 43.
FLtSIY UF FUEL HERE NOW
Operator in East Getting Rid
The Clark barber shop for bathe.
Dinale's barber shop, I droit street.
Corrlgane. undertaker. 'Phones 14s.
FAf HT BEER AT ItOOERS HCFFET.
Majestic rang, P. C. le Vol Hdw. Co.
IMctura framing, Jensen. Masonic temple.
Woodrtnt I'ndertaklng company. Tel. 339.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone tl.
Kra borwlik first for painting. HI 8. Main.
KOR UXCHANUB OF REAL E8TATK
Man ton Beard nicy has returned from an
extended trip through Texas.
Have your a lasses fitted or repaired by
J. W. Terry, optician, 4U Broadway, office
ltl Ueorge Uerner.
FOR IlhiNT fc.ntlre third floor Wlckham
Ijlork; strain heat and bath. Apply 19
Hcott Street; K. A. Wlckham.
Mrs. C. C. Monton and Mrs. N. I.. Lyman
of Atkln-on, .Neb., are visitlnK their cousin.
Mrs. o. U. Oldham, Wl North F.tghlh street.
Uo no v. m 1 1 p r.litf lii.ler.t you see jen
jq first; Moronic temple. It pays. Every,
thing In the latest and bent wall paper.
I'r. Horaoe T. Havemtu-a lias reeinoved
to Room :H Merrlam block 'Phones, Bell
It; In I iV. Kealdenca 'phones, Bell H,t,
Mr. and Mrs. Piatt Overton mere in the
city yesinnay visiting relatives. Mr. Over
tun met Mr. Overton here on his return
rrom St. Louis. '1 hey returned laat evening
i ihulr home at Reger, Mo.
J urine Woodruff yesterday entered Judg
ment for the plaintiff In the ault of R. J.
J iynn against Krone Hroc Klynn sued for
u balance of tils on Its grain shipments.
I he Judgment was for this amount and
C. K. Stroud, on his way to his home, st
Ford City. Mo., loft his grip unguardrd fur
h few momenta In the Burlington passenger
station yesterday and a thrifty thief came
alonr and carried II away. The grip con
tained nothing ot value except some papers
which are of value only to the owner.
Neither the thief nor the grip has been
AUt TION We ate mill sacrificing at
nudum I ne romalnder of my stock, which
Ih bound to go. I am determined to quit
business. Just wake up. come in and see
w hat a bargain is. I have good watches,
shuigin mid hundreds of nriieie too num
erous to men. Inn; wlil have another auction
sale Monday. 7 to 10 p. m . and. on Saturday
from I to p m. and from 7 to 10 p. m.
Sam ftnyder, J!x) Broadway. Council Bluffs,
Amused by a noise as if some one was
trying to !ry up the sash. Miss Flossie
FhtIhw saw a man peering Into the window
i.f her room at her home, oil Fourth street,
at t o'clock yesterday morning. Mlas Far
low used that most effective defense of a
woman, liar tongue, and uttering several
loud screams, fied from the room The
burglar aino ued and when the family
xathered to Irak Investigation no trace of
the Intruder could be found.
Ijftioy Ilutchliis. manual training In
structor at the Washington avenue school.
I contemplating the organisation of a
ABNORMAL CONDITION IN TRADE
Railroad Maaagrrs Hashing Ensptlea
from Rast and til re Dealers
Ever? Possible A4rsat(
I aider l.a tt to Stork I p.
The local fuel situation la more favor
able at the present time than It has been
at tha corresponding period for many
years. The great movement of grain and
stock from the west to the east has
given the railroads tha use of tens of
thousands of empty cars to return west
ward, and the traffic managers have
sought with more ardor than usual to
load them. This has given the coal
operators the opportunity for western
shipments that have more than mot the
requirements which haa resulted In a con
gestion of cosJ-laden cars at centraJ
Yesterday, for example, there wire more
than 6s) cars of coal on trackaae In
Council Bluffs and Omaha beyond the
normal receipts. Many of these cars were
consigned to large consumers, who bad
become so accustomed to the long delays
In deliveries that the unexpected rapid
ity with which their orders wera filled
found them unprepared to take care ot
the fuel when it arrived, and they found
It more denlralile to throw the coal on
the market at a loss than to Incur de
muirage charges while waiting for the
chance to make storage accommodations.
In many other instances mine owners
rushed cars here without orders, depend
ing upon the dally markets for disposal,
and In many cases they found It advisable
to sell the fuel for practically the amount
of freight charges.
Dealers Stock I p.
This abnormal condition is one thai has
not occurred for many years and which
cannot last, but It has given a fine op
portunity for coal dealers to stock up.
On railroad traffic man said yesterday,
"It's the best chance for the coal dealers
and the coal consumers to get together
that lias occurred during the season, and
It can only last for a short time. Rail
road managers are rushing their empty
cars from the cast, and they are giving
the shippers every possible advantage they
can under the law to prevent the loss of
I hauling empties. The dealers are stock
! Ing up heavily, but to get the best ad-
antage of the present remarkable sltua-
tlon the consumer should do his part and
; fill hi bins. In thirty days from now
All Liquor Cases
Against Drug Men
Go by the Boards
County Attorney Hei Recommends,
and Court Act Upon It. in tha
Upon the recommendation of County At
torney Hess. Judge Woodruff yestetday dle
! missed all of the liquor Injunction suits
Instituted by Paul Ayleaworth against fif
teen Council Bluffa drugglata. The county
attorney filed a written statement declaring
that ha was unable to find any evidence
upon which to proceed ta trial.
The sulta were Instituted by young Aylea
worth In the May term of court and were
aald at Mia time to be simply anticipatory
of similar action to be taken by a rural
lawyer named Odle, employed by tha anti
saloon organization of the state, headquar
tered In Dea Moines. When tha petitions
were filed, however, they went further than
expected and charged all of the druggists
with open and flagrant violation of the
stata'a bad liquor law. lie charged that
every soda fountain In tha drug atorea waa
engaged In mixing Intoxicants with the soft
drinks. Ayleaworth did not remain to push
tha cases, but early In tha summer went
away to appear next before the public in
Omaha, where ha complained to tha police
that a woman had refused to return Vi0
which ha bad given her for safekeeping.
The police raided tha woman's room and
took her and a man found there to tha
station. A search of the room disclosed the
missing money hidden beneath the backing
of a cheap picture banging on the wall.
One reault of Aylesworth's raid on the
druggists waa the relinquishment of every
druggist permit to sell alcoholic compounds
In tha city and It has since been impossible
to get even a drop of plain alcohol at any
drug store In town, necessitating physicians
to provide themselves with whatever stlniu
lanta required In their preacrlptlons.
The capes dismissed were agalnat the fol
lowing druggists: V. W. Wesner, Kdward
Parkinson, Knoth Drug company, John W.
Camp, Harle-Haas Wholesale Drug com
pany. Clark Drug company, R. K. Ander
son, Dell O. Morgan, O. H. Brown, Bronson
Drug company, 8. E. Whaley, A. F. Fried,
A. W. Oard and V. H. Morgan. In each
case the Injunction sought Included all of
tha owners of the building in which the
store was located.
Ind. 330. The big up-tonn
Real Estate Transfers.
The following transfers wre reported to
The Be October by the Pottawattamie
County Abstract company. Council Bluffs;
Marv L. Everett to Martin Petersen,
lots 1 and S in block .1 In Burns' ad
dition to Council Bluffs, la., w. d llV)
Wl.ll.tm 1. Kveihart to l.lxsle I. Bver
liart. lot I. block S In Williams' addi
tion to the town of Hancock, la.,
w. d 1
Two transfers, total
Meat Department Specials.
We cut only the best. let us prove it.
Our specials for today: Chickens, lb., Ylc;
salt pork, lb., lic; home-made ssiifs-ks.
lb., 12V; boll beef, lb., up from 8c; pot
roast, lb., up from tc; good steak, lb., 10c;
pork roast, lb., up from li'c; oysters, fish,
etc. J. Zoller Mer. Co., 100- 102-lH-in6
B'way. Four 'phones. :I2V
JACK-O'-LANTKJINS, that's the Idea.
We have the pumpkins, all sixes, at 10
cents. Pop corn that will pop, t cents per
pound. Sauerkraut, 10 cents quart; sweet
potatoes. 2a cents peck; Aunt Jemlca pan
cake flour, 10 cents; cranberries, 10 cents
quart; lettuce, S cents; celery, 6 cents; cab.
bsge, s cents; squash, 10 cents and 13 cents
Notes From Fort Crook
Complete Roster of All Officers of the Fourth Infantry New Men
Are Detailed for Special Duty Col nel Bolton Returns to Post New
Regulation! Call for Two Hour o. ,rill Instead of One, as Heretofore.
M.WS M.MS III UK
Tin: ti.M.ui m:i: is on sai.u.
I of term of service. Mr. (iteenbet se did H"t
lr-enllt. but has aoepteri a position as
'ton cling cHleKiimn for the Dunham v
I '.mhii in company, tmiors of uttviha.
. Colonel Bolton i ugaln in command of
he post, having returned Satuulav even
Ins lellevlim Captain John H. Hughes.
I Fourth tnfsntrv who was In command
lil irihK tnc ;'l..cnce of Colonrl Bolton,
i Private Kilwin T. Dunlgan, hosplial
coins, this no-it. who las been onl'e sick.
The following roster of officers of the
Fourth Infantry, stationed st this post.
Fort lxKan H. Roots, Ark., and of officers
not on duty with the reKlment; Headquar
ters: Colonel F.dwin B. Bolton. 1. eutcnant
Colonel William ljiss ter. Chaplain John
F. Chenowlih. Captain Lawrence F But
ler, adjutant: Captain Carl A. Murt n.
commissary, and Captain Campbell K. Hsb
Cantslr.s: Comnsnv A John S. Switxer: I Is slile to he out mid around aiiln
Company B. lames W. Fnrlow; Compunv I ,r . j.,,.,..,!. Talr t'larke. medical
. Paul A. Wolf; Company D, YNIIliam t. i mrps. tun pust
each; New York roast coffee,
pound, Oolden Rule flour, $1.50.
Miller. Telephone 3a.
First lieutenants: Company A. F.cerctl
N. Bowman; Company M. Reginald H.
Kellev; Company C, J. De Camp Hall;
Company D, Hubert 1). iloodwin.
Second lieutenants: Company A, John
P. Bubb; Company B. Arthur W. Lane;
Company C. Oeorg? W. C. Whiting: Com
pany D. Bavmond D. smith
Captains: Compunv K, Halstcnd Dorey;
Company F, Samuel V. Noves: Compunv
1. John H. Hughes; Companv H, liny H.
First lieutenants: Company K. John K.
Cowan; Companv V, 'Constant Cord lor
Company it. "Campbell B. Hodges; Com-
uhlle playing tennis a
days umi. iiccideutaliv ran Into him
1 l.leiitcnnt Reginald II. Kelly, louriii in
Ifantrv, brulsliiK his shoulder ipilie badl.
I Major Clarke ha.- hern confined to Ills quai
I tern, hut will soon he out again.
I Private Jesse .1. Toliver. Company A.
Fourth Infiintrv, Is detailed on extra duty
las switchboard oeitor at this post, re
lieving Private Waiter J. Haynes. Com
Ipany 11. Fourth infantry.
1 Private Warren W. Wyre. Company B.
I and John L. Liintmu. Companv C. l oni th
jlnfaiuiv. are detailed on extra duly us
laborers In the iiuai termasler depart mini
I at this post.
! By order of Colonel IMvvin B. Bolton,
ithe swimming pool at this post will he
. ! om ii from ?:: a. m. to 4 :m P. m. on i ur-
Triennial Report of North American
Association Puts Endowment
Fund at Over Million.
Panv II. I'harlcs Abel
Second lieutenants: Company K. F.dward I (iH s. Thursdays and Saturdays. A new i
ft. Taylor; Companv I". John H. Muncas- . ' . ,, hern po;el and A civilian i
ter; Company ll, Charles T. Urlfflth; Com- ! i,,., ...n placed In charge and instruct
DRhv H. William H. Weeks. i. .-uii il... utiemiioi of the men
THIRD BATTALION Infraction of the ni'cs A rope lins liccii
Captains; Company I. Willis P ''ole- i placed at the side of the pool for the pur
man: I'nmiiAiiv K lleoree R Khn-on: Com- I iuira nt throwing to men in need, as the
S.inons; Company M, i pool Is only four feet deep st tl
situation will be the reverse, and
company of boy acouta. in accordance with j the
ZrrZ""'," V": tue, deliveries will be impossible.
along lines of self-reliance. The school boys ! Kvery railroad In the I'nlted States is
re taking ti the project with gieat enthnsl- . offered more than It can handle, and the
ani and If there is anything more to be demands will Increase Instead of lessen,
done to visualise the movement the young- i T, -h,.iH ., th.lr ,he Dr0v-
teTs would Ilka to know what It Is. Tne IP'e should do their part, tne prov
Mrs. Pwecllla Meyers, aged M years, died Id'nt rt' of lll"" thalr wlntw fu.
st the family residence. Til Mnster street. "ll'ly while It can be done under the best
veatcrday afternoon after an illness of one
week from pneumonia. She haves a family
of seven children. Two daughters. Mrs.
s. J. O'Neil ami Mrs. K. M. Thompson, and
two sons. (i. W. and J. W. Meyers, reside
at Iowa Falls: one son, Jacob, lives here;
Mtiollivr son, S. !. Meyers, Is a resident of
Sterling. Colo., and the' other son, Daniel,
lives at Cltntnu. III. The body will be
taken to Iowa Falls today for interment.
Judge Woodruff gi anted three divorce's
yesterday. Mra. Cora H. Murphy waa freed
from the presence of W. K. Muruhv on
proof of cruelty and the acquisition of the I
nnng habit since marrlave; Arah May Pope
waa divorced from William C. Pope on the
ground of cruelty, and Kffle May Sampson
sustained her claim of cruelly against her
husband. Delbert Samison. Judge Wood
ruff apent several busy hours cleaning up
tha enda of the business of the term and
concluded early in the day, entering the
final order of adjournment In time to catch
an afternoon train for his home In Olen
wood. Judge Woodruff haa made an un
usually favorable Impression upon tha
members of the local bar and their clients
and. although tha newaat Judge on the
bench of the Fifteenth district, haa ahown
tha skill of a veteran In pushing the work
of tha court.
A pltlabla case of extreme destitution was
called, to the attention of tha police depart
ment yesterday when Mra. Etta Fry and
her three email children were brought to
the polloe station. Mrs. Fry la trying to
make her way to her former home at Urant
City, Mo., and had been sent this far on the
way by the authorities at Hloux City. She
waa entirely destitute and both herself and
children were extremely hunxrv. Their Im
mediate wants were nrovlded for and all I
were sent to the Creche to be cared for
until this morning. Matron Johnson haa
had many almllar calls to extend the pro
tecting charity of the Creche to deserving
unfortunates ssiut to bss fruio the iuliv
station and, although the period covers sev
eral years, neither she nor the managers
of the Creche hare ever rendered a bill.
The matter will probably be brought to the
attention of the county board at the next
meeting and some arrangement made to
lec.ompenee the Creche workera for thla
additional burden thua forced uon them.
We handle a complete line of wines,
hrandlea. cordial and champagne. U
Roaenfeld. Liquor Co., Sit Houtb Main 8t.
Cavern in Ground
Larg-est of Old-Time Cisterns Used for
Fire Fighting Purposes Discov
ered Near -Wickham Block.
possible conditions. It la also worth the
while to have the comfortable feeling that
comes with the consciousness that the
winter's fuel supply Is In the bins."
Talks wltb local dealera Indicate an un-
I UMia) willingness to take advantage of
i the present conditions. "Business' haa
been better than ever before," said R.
H. William. "This Is not on the weath
er's account but because my customers
are willing to take advantage of unusu
ally good conditions. .There Is a big lot
of cheap coal offered at thla time, and
dealers can buy It for the freight, and
the sama Is true of good stuff that has
been shipped In by operator from Indi
ana and Ohio."
C. H. Chlsaiu. head of the council
Bluffs Cosl and ice company, with plants
In Council Bluffs, Omaha and South
Omaha, said. "We are getting coal with
unexpected promptness, and our customers
are taking advantage of the conditions
We are employing the largest number of
teams we have ever used In our business,
and we are in splendid shape to meet all
The Carbon Coal company, Fenlon-
Wlckhani company and all other dealera
are equally well satisfied.
STRAWBERRIES IN OCTOBER
James Wllswn ets ew Impress! en
of Possibilities of His Ilosae ,
Hate While at Atlantic.
fVOWAN DISCOVERS HER
Mrs. Oeerse Fester l.rsvri for
lala When ravet "he Doabted
le I res-eel for Her.
Mrs. George f oster, who applied to Ute
police departmaat far assists a oe In la--'atiag
her missing husband, haa at laat
be. a fully convinced that the ma ar-
"l never had a man come nearer doubt
ng my veracity and telling me o than did
Secretary of Agriculture James Wilson at
Atlantic on Wedneaday evening," aaid
Colonel C. U. Saunders last evening.
"Secretary WllRon sioke to one of the
biggest and brightest audiences ever as
sembled In Atlantic, and it Congressman
Walter I. Hmlth needed any more votes In
Casa county they were aecured right then
Secretary Wilson showed no disposition to
doubt any of the new stories that were
told him ooncerning the progress and pros
perity of Iowa until we presented him with
a box of big ripe strawberries and told him
they had been gathered that afternoon In
one of the at raw berry ratchee Just outside
of Atlantic. He aeeroed to think we aald
Atlanta, Ga. But we made It clear that
the berries had been grown In the sunahlne
and open air In the fields surrounding
Atlantic, Case county, lowa, on tne aiter-
October t&, 1910.
of Agriculture, whose home haa long been
In Iowa, looked painfully suaplcious, and
only the presence of the large and refined
audience prevented hlra using the short,
The presentation of the box of atraw-
berrlea, grown under the exceptional con
ditions, has pleaaed Secretary Wilson more
than anyth'ng that occurred dur'ng hta
trip through hla home state, and he la tell
ing about It with great enthuaiasm, point
Ing out what Iowa can accomplish under
the eate guidance of aound republicanism
Workmen engaged yesterday In relaying
a storm ,plpe leading from the Wlckham
block to the offices fronting on Scott street
broke Into a huge cavity which aotna of the
men narrowly escaped dropping into. In-
veatlgatlon resulted In the discovery of an
other of the huge 1.000 barrel cisterns which
the Council Bluffa volunteer fire depart
ment used In the pioneer day of the town
aa the aource of the water aupply for te
hand englnea and later for the two ateam
era, "Rescue" ' and "Bluff City," which did
such valiant work for the fire flghtera.
The cistern in the rer of the Wlckham
block waa the largest of the several that
were constructed In" the central part of
the town. It was located there for the rea
son that It was a central location. In the
vicinity of the largest building In town
and could be filled by the rain water from
the roof of the old Pacific house and sev
eral large store buddings. When the water
works was established and the englnea
were disposed of the huge cisterns were
walled over several feet below the grade
level and forgotten.
The location of many of the big water
holes were forgotten except by the surviv
ing members of the old volunteer companies
and the one In the rear of the Wlckham
block, the splendid structure that has
grown up above the foundations of the old
Pacific house, seems to have been lost
sight of entirely. It was a hungry looking
cavern the workmen gaxed Into, large
enough to swallow up a good slxed house,
and they cheerfully obeyed the orders of
B. A. Wlckham to f 1 J It up. Several car
loads ot cinders and ashes that have been
accumulating for a long time In the rear
of the buildings Hound an easy place of
TORONTO. Oct. . The triennial report
of the Young Men's Christian association
of North America, made public at the
International convention here today, placed
the endowment fund on January 1. 1910, at
SU74,86.M. It referred to the glfta of Mrs.
Russell Hage and the late Mrs. W. E.
Dodge of a headquarters building to cost
The report said the association of North
America have a membership of 4M.0U0 men
and boys, a gain of IS per cent since the
last convention In Washington. Six hun
dred and ninety-four associations now
occupy their own buildings, representing a
total value of Sfil.000,000, an increase since
1S07 of S17.000.000..
It further showed the value of all asso
ciation property In America to be over
S60.000.000, that 67,000 laymen are now serv
ing on the volunteer committees with a
force of S.9Z7 secretaries. It showed an In
crease ot 26 per cent In the young men and
boys In the enrollment of educational
clasoes. The expenditures ot S5,96,124 in
1907 for current expenses has grown to a
total of S7,ori,04S, an Increase of 31 per
cent. The association haa built two new
buildings on the Panama canal tone.
The Immigrant Is not being overlooked.
Ten secretaries are working in European
ports and work Is to be extended Into ten
countries. To carry on the work In the
far east and the West Indies It ia planned
to raise 11,315,000.
The following officers were elected:
President E. B. Wood, Toronto.
Vice Presidents Cyrus H. McCormick,
Chlcaao; Alfred K. Marling. New York;
W. A. Bohen, Honolulu; Charles L. Huston,
Coatsville, Pa.; Harry C. Plerson, Detroit;
James D. Husted, Denver; F. A. Mc
Cormack, Sioux Citv la.; John Penman,
Paris, Ont.; K. C. Kberhart. fcJouth Rend,
Ind.; J. C. Acheson. Danville, N. Y. ; John
W. Ross, Montreal; James A. Dummltt,
Secretary George T. Coxhead, St. Louis.
Assistant Secretarlse T. D. Patten, Win
nlpeg; W. A. I.loyd, Jacksonville,
Harry Ballantine, Calgary.
pany j, Hcnjamln I
line W. Smith.
First lieutenants: Companv I, Albert
Hardman; Company K, Sylvester Honaf
fon; Companv I,, Joseph C. Rrady; Com
pany M. Franklin C. l.tisenrinu.
Second lleutennnts; Company I. Leonard
H. Drennan; Company K. Aupust ne A.
Hoffman; Company I.. John ti. llornell;
Company M. Carl C. Onkes.
IJOff.cers stationed at Fort l.nean H.
Roots, Ark. officers not on duty with
Major David C. Shanks Is with the First
battalion. First Lieutenant Clarence S.
Pamham, battalion adiutnnt, and Second
Lieutenant W. S. Selhle. b.iltalion Hilar
termaster and commissary.
Second battalion: Major Ren.in.mln W.
Atkinson: battalion adjutant. First Lieu
tenant John Scott; battalion (juar'prmas
ter and commissary. Second Lieutenant
Walter F. L. Hartltrsn.
Third battalion: Major Amos R. Shat-
tuck; battalion adjutant. First Lieutenant!
Clyde R. Crusan; battalion nunrterinneter
and commissary. Second Lieutenant Rob
en H. Hewitt.
Special order No. 131. this post, reads ss
follows: The following named enlisted
men. Fourth Infantry, are relieved from
special duty at this post. Private Clarence
R. Dayton, as mall orderly; Private Oeorge
D Kaslman. from duty in the gymnasium;
Private Charles R. Huntsman. from
duty as Janitor, post headquarters. The
following named enlisted men. Fourth In
fantry, are detailed on special duty af this
post: Private Raymond A. Nemas, Com
pany n, as mall orderly; Private Newell
J. Crawford. Company D, telephone or
derly; Corporal Samuel F.. Salter. Company
H exchange Stewart; Private Georite K.
Henwood. Company F., cook post exchange;
Private Oscar E Butler, Company K,
assistant baker; Private John J. Powell,
Company K. Janitor, post headquarters;
Private Georse P. Clayton. Company H.
attendant post exchange. Privale Napoleon
Helanjter. Company F, Fourth Infantry. Is
detailed on extra duty as clerk in post
commissary, relieving Private Alfred H.
Provost, Company C, Fourth Infantry.
Private Horace O. Womai'k, Company G,
Fourth Infantry, la detailed on extra duty
as laborer In the quartermaster depart
ment. By order of Colonel Rolton.
The following list of calls have been
Issued Instead of the Hut previously Issued:
First call at 6:10 a. m., breakfast; 6:4A a.
ru., sick call; 7:15 a. m., first call for drill;
7:S0 a. m., assembly; 8 a. m., recall from
drill; 10 a. m.. there will be two hours'
drill Instead of one.
Private Karl Steenberge, Companv A.
Fourth Infantry, this post wss honnrablv
discharged from the service of the United
States Saturday by reason of expiration
ntcr to a
depth of ten feet and from there to inei
I east end at ten feet, men are cautluut
agaltiM diving at ihe shallow end.
Wednehdav niorniiiK was the dav for
regimental drill, which took tlio regular
'schedule of two hours. This lias been Ideal
.weather for the troops to drill. It havliiK
' Kn.. li.kt 1.a Hulu li.mn.i'ii I nl'A. lluriUK
the cold mornings tlio tinops took short
hikes In Ihe reservation with overcoats on.
The Social club held its weekly hop
Thursday evening Instead of Wednesday,
as thov always have, on account of the
bund going to town to plav for the wel-
iding of an army officer in Omaha. It did
not seem to a! red the crowns any, s
Just as larKe a crowd, if not larger, a
piesent than last week, the music was
better and everyone seemed to enjoy them
selves Immensely. The moonlight waits Is
getting to be the feature of the hops. A
nice moon has been placed over the stage,
also some stars, which twinkle and shine
during the waltz. 1 ne Social club has a
large membership, and when the cold
weather sets In and some more new men
gel here, we can look for some very high
class dances for the winter.
Captain Hughes has been appointed sum
mary court officer, relleviiiK Captain
Samuel W. Noye". Fourth Infantry.
Brigadier -General Rubb, I'nlted States
armv. retired, has been visiting his son at
this post. Second Lieutenant John P. Rubb,
for a few days.
Private Thweat of Company R. Fourth
Infantrv. was honorably discharged from
the service of the I'nlted Stales Tuesday
morning, by reason of expiration of term
of service. He did not re-enlist, but left
for his home In St. Louis, Mo., where lie
has accepted a position with a large firm
In that city.
Private Provost of Companv C. who Is
sick in the hospital, Is rapidly convalescing
and will soon be out for duty again.
Private Oliver C. Smith of Company H.
Fourth Infantry, was admitted to the post
hospital Monday morning at sick call.
The engagement Is announced of Mrs.
Frederica MeKlnsey, the daughter of Post
Quartermaster Sergeant Yeager of this
post, to Mr. George W, Reese, battalion
sergeant major. Fourth Infanuy. Cards
will be out later.
Private Chrtxtupher H. Stiles, hospital
rorps, this post, who has leen spending
a short leave of absence at Fort Porter,
New York, has returned to the post, ar
riving Wednesday noon.
Private Richard K easel, hospital corps,
this post, has been detailed opeuitliuj
room orderly, relieving Private Edward T.
Dunlgan, hospital corps.
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Taft Helped the
Roosevelt Ideas j
Secretary Kagel Says President Wat '
Constructive Genius of Pre- I
tested for horse stealing near Uavlty, la., . ' w-.-d.v Octo
and who broke Jail at Bedford. 1. U. m T" " rTtarv of
h. hi . , . . ' I 'Then the aecretar) el
...... . , , v. v uvuia .- Ml ura
ago, ami who brought her to Council
Bluff during the summer aad abandoned
Mra. Foeter waa loyal te her husband
to the laat extremity but when ludublt
able proof waa adduced that tha horse
Ih.ef Foater and the George Foster she
married were the same person she Bor
row fully turned away and sought to for
get her brief but unfortunate wedded life
1n the care of the child that had route to
Mra Foster waa left almost entirely
destitute when her husband went away
early In October, but she remained at
their home, 7X4 South Sixth atreet, until
he waa compelled
The aba applied to
Froorn for means to
heme In St. Ijouid.
talked and aha left yesterday afternoon.
Mra. Puater said ahe never had any
reason te doubt the honesty of her hus
band, but since his coafeealon of crime
she Is able to recall a number of eua
.Icloja circumstances The one bright
pot In It all Is his effort to prevent the
knowledge of hi arrest reaching her.
II told the sheriff at Bedford that he
had a wife and baby In a city, but would
never tall where.
For several weeka Mra Foster haa been
tl;gd to accept the generous hospitality
tt ber neighbors, whose kindness did not
end when the true character of her hue
hand waa revealed. She eatd she would
endeavor te provide a good home for her
to abandon hope.
Chisf of Polloe
reach her former
BERNARD'S FOR YOUNG FOLKS
WHO GET TOO FRISKY
After Leeks There, Hallowe'en Roye-
terere Will Be gent to Jave
Hallowe'en hoodlums began their depre
dations last night and kept the telephones
at the police station going at a lively rate
until nearly midnight. No serious mis
chief was reported and the officers were
unable to catch any of the little rascals.
A different course la to be pursued thla
season with such miachiefmakera. Here
tofore when they have been arrested they
have been detained at the police atatlon
for a abort time and then permitted to go
Hereafter the youngsters will be aent to
St. Bernard' hospital and locked up until
called for In the Juvenile court. It la be
lieved that thla treatment will give a new
seat to the hoodlum to remodel their con
duct. Many outbuildings were overturned
and similar petty outrages reported to the
police. M. H. Ward, residing at 18l sixth
avenue, waa obliged to call for police pro
tection from a gang of young hoodlums
who were trying to break up a social en
tertainment In progress there laat night.
Nearly all of the serious depredations were
reported from the southern and western
parts of the city.
Coie' Hot Blaat atovea and rajigea
up. We have the eacluatve aaie. P. C.
el Hardware company. ab4 Broadway.
X. X, riuuubuig Us, Tel. is Night. L-17CX
Put in a liberal aupply of good for win
ter use, when you can buy at price Ilk
these: Extra fancy potatoes. In 10 bu.
lots. 17 te; solid cabbage. In lota of 1 dosen
heads, per lb.. 2c; bulk oatmeal, extra
choice. 4 lb., S&e; lJHc value sugar com.
per dox. cans, 11.10; 1iLjC value sifted peas
per dox. cans, 11 10; Our Quality flour. SI ta
value, today, per sack. Sl.l; S&c quart le-re,
ollvea or Jam. per Jar, fV. In our big
grocery department: Apples. ceiery
oranges, lemona, grapes, pears, bananas.
etc. Fresh peanuts, quart, 6c: large pack
age figs, 10c; green onions. S for 5c; let
tuce, i for 10c; aweet potatoes, peck, 25c
bOe carpet broom, 10c rice. 4 lbs., Soc,
large can Baker's cocoa, t&c; new aauer
kraut, quart. 10c: new chow chow, quart.
30c; sugar butter, pall, t&c: corn meal. sack.
ISo; Jello. per package. THc; Snyder's oya
ter cocktail, per bottle, fcc; Snyder's aalad
drew Ing, bottle, tbc; Snyder's catsup, bot
tle, 25c; 11 bars Galvanic soap and 1 bar
Palm Olive soap. Sue; domestic Swiss
rherse, lb., 90c; Imported Swiss cheese, lb.,
etc; new pancake Tour, per package. 10c;
maple syrup of all kinds: salt, per barrel,
1 . J. Zoller Mer. Co.. 1UO-PII 11H-IOS
B wa. Four phones, tu.
ST. DOUIS, Oct. Charles Nagel, ec-
retary of the Department of Commerce and
Iabor, tonight declared In a speech before
Missouri republicans, that President Taft
was the "constructive genius of the pre
ceding administration." Much of tne sue-1
cess ot the so-called Hoosevelt Ideas, lie
said, waa due to the administrative ability
of Taft, aa seoretary ot war and aa gov
ernor of the Philippines.
"I believe," he said, "the preceding ad
ministration rendered enormous services
to the country In Its conservative policies
on Important questions, anil Mr. Taft wa
in full sympathy with tbe-e policies and i
was the constructive genius of that time." i
Secretary Nagel made hia maiden apeecn
of the present campaign In Missouri In hit
old home ward. He pralsee. the work oi 1
President Taft and of congress as the I
epitome of political sagacity and excel
lence In the history of the I'nlted States.
He excused the billion dollar congress b
saying that It takes money to carry on a
"constructive" policy, and announced thai
It would take a million dollars extra to
complete the work of the censua bureau
HARDWARE, HOCSB FL'RNISIIINGfl
1-qt. heavy Un nickel-plated range tea
kettle, regular fo value, Saturday, 29c;
high waffle Irons, for gaa or gasoline or
oil stoves, 1. 1, regular waffle Irons. T9c;
the Perfection oil heater. S3.M; stent
shovels, up from Uc; steel furnsce scoops,
tte; extra large furnace scoops, 11; 14-t.
galvanised pall. 29c: 12-qt. enameled cov
ered chamber pall, tSc; 5c steel kindling
hatchets, S9c; lanterns, all kinds, up from
c . k,-,l4. ... .... . .1 i uiu. mesiicai reserve corps, rrurvevi Hi
S6c, handled axes, up from 75c; wood-lined i vnr, rAiki. wh ...a win r.oe ..
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. Oct. 2H (Special Tele
gram.) The following officers are relieved
from duty at stations designated and will
sail from San Francisco on the dates
specified for duty in the Philippines divl
On January 8 First Lieutenants Charles
T. King, medical corps. Presidio of Mont
erey; Mark D. Weed, medical corps; Walter
Heed, hospital, Washington. D. C. : Ernest
E. Roberts, medical rt-serve corps. Fort
On February J First Ueutenant Thomas
D. Woodson, medical corps. Vancouver
barrack; Floyd Kramer, medical corps.
Fort Robinson: W. Cole lavls. medical
corps. Fort Ethsn Allen; John R. Here
ford, medical reserve corps. Fort Dade;
John F. Lee per. medical reserve corps.
On March 6 First Lieutenants Wayne H.
Crum, medical corps. Mad son barracks.
N. V.; Herbert I. Hair's, medical reserve
corps. Fort Knelling; Francis M. Wells,
medical reaerve corps. Fort Aache.
On April S First Lieutenant George H
stovt boarda. iftc; 4-ft. atep ladder. 4ac:
folding clothec racks, ioc; hardwood fold
ing wash bench. Sib); heavy tin copper
bottom wab boiler, ate; pump, all kinds,
up from S1W: fire shovels, up from 2c
Honolulu for duty.
feocond Lieutenant Frank M. Andrews
F.lghth cavalry, now on leave, will proceed
to Fort Myer for duty.
First L.eutenant James E Wilson, coast
artillery corps, ia attached to the One
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