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THE HF.K: OMAHA. TIIt'JtSDAY. XOVKMnKH X 1H10.
Council lM utfs
Tli Council Bluff olflo of Th
Omaba Bs Im at IS Moott Street.
Bo tit 'paoaea 43.
allvJjL b.. I' L A A J
Miss Officer Greatly Encouraged Over
Reception of School Board.
Joikl Ui.li i'l Ni UiliKl
Kate ot Grace
Mexican Authorities Take Active
Steps to Aid in Capture of Men
We Give Aivay
Free of Cost rJx
t Medical Adviser, in Plain f
Davis, drugs. . !
The Clark barbtr shop fur bath.
Dingle's, barber shop, S Scott street, i
t'orrlttnn.. undertakers, ''bones Us.
KAfHT.JtJilvK AT KOilKllS' BITFKT.
Majestic lan?-, V. '. Ie Vol Hdw. 'o.
I'ictiira ihuiIuh. Jt-n.stn, Masonic temple.
Woouiiiig. I ri'ltTlakiuK company. Tl. 3 at.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director, 'l'hona 9i.
Bee Uorwbk fliat for pajiitlnK. 211 8. Main.
FOH l.( IIA-NUK UK lllvAL. KSTATB
THY 8 Al'b. '
Mrs. A. WV Alexander,' :i3 Fourth ave
imts, 1 visiting "I Denver.
Schuster's and' pjior;' Malt Kx tract for
fain by, J. 4. lUiia Co.i lrtK ItioadwHif.
Have your aiaoses lilted or repaired by
J. W. Terry . optician, 4U Mroadway,. offire
with firm-go llerner. '
T. J. Mr-i;:ili-v, 'city elec trician. In c un
filled to nta home by u painful attack
Nela Homy and - Miss lmk nu Peters,
both of h remniit, ,li., (ir ytertliiy
unlteil iu tiidrnutie by Justice Cooper.
Do do wall paneruis" unless yon see Jen
Hen first, IViaxotik' temple. It pal a. Every
thing. In the luteal and best wall paper.
Your winter ovpro iMliS milt may need
pleasing and cleaning, let ua have them
early. V e h tiara tili' to please you. No
garment too cleliiale lor uh to handle. Bluff
city Laundry, liry (.'leaning and Dyo
Woik. . .
The regular, nu-ctlng of the W'linin'i
' 'hriMlan . 'i euipvi ani e union w ill be held
tlil afternoon at the public library build
ing. The liuur Im Si 30 o'clock. The meeting-
l an Important one tind a fuil at
tendance Is denied.
Alderman Vminkeimnn. .who baa been
taking the bnttia and rent cure at Kxcelflor
spring for Hie la-it fortnight, la expected
to retui in fca . S tMiay. lie write home
that ha' has bin greatly benefited by his
stay at . t,b '.si iritis;
Floyd Sutton, the badly constituted youth
who has-aoown trtmeeif to be unable to re
als! the iWiueliiU'!. to .enttl bti-yalea, was
not given a bearing In Juvenile court yes
terday morning, lie vvlll be culled Into
court today, whan his father will be present
to be oonnnlted coiicenm-ii the best dispo
sition to be made ,cf 'him. The unfortu
nate child apiwurs to be, insensible of any
A burlesque musical. Including Impersona
tions of . famous singers, musicians and
vaudeville ooindiarn, wti given by mem
bers of the Flrnt Christian Church En
deavor aoclety, In the ohurch auditorium
last evaneng. Fifteen musicians were on
tli program. Miss Marion Owens as
Jennie J.lnd,- Mrs. C. iner as Carrie
Nation, and the Mlnsea Miller and Gillespie
wtih Messrs. Willanis and 1'oston in a
burleague quartet, playing the feature
role. i .
!r. and Mrs.- O. O. Snrtth returned last
evening ttom their eaetern trip, after an
absence of a month.- They traveled more
than 4.OU0 miles and were In fifteen states
and two Canadian provinces. They vlaited
Honton, Ptovldence, New ork and Wash
ington after completing their work in con
nection with the natlnnM meeting of the
Congregational churches, In whic h both had
numerous duties to perform. They return
In splendid ...physical condition, ready to
take up (he ohurch- work here with in
crease 1 Vigor.
In their effort to continue their Hal
Iowa' ea sporta the children of Driver Ki
rn er Lane ot the police patrol wagon
caJled the fire -department to his home,
S4fi Vine- street, last evening. The little
fellows wore playing wit to a Jack o" lantern
In the living room, and In soma manner
Drougni ant ngntea oanaie into contact
with a lace curtain. In an Instant It was
In flames. The fire was extinguished be
for tfc department arrived. Hut little
damage waa dune and the children e neaped
Injury. " . .
The'funeral fcf Henry rtlttlns. sr.. who
died Kiuul'tcy, at .)! hiiiitn"nr-Horrey CTeeR.I
was neid yesterday atternnon at tna real
oence of his daughter, ' Mrs. Iawrence
Hanson. The services were In charge of
He v. Josqua Carlisle of the Orange church
and hurtal was In the Orange cemetery. A
notable, feature ot the burial rttaa waa
the presence, of six arandnons of the de
ceased who acted as pallbearers. They
were Pldney fiutler. Bherman Johnson
William till tins, llaymond Uittlns, Leo Olt
tins and Chester Hanson.
The funeral of John Leonard, who was
accidentally asphyxiated by gaa at hi
home on Hunday morning, waa held at the
residence. lo!S Third avenue, yesterday
afternoon.' The services were conducted
by the Ktv. F, A. Case, pastor of the First
llarjltxt church. About twenty-five or
thirty of his fellow employes In the street
railway service attended and from their
number the pallbearers were chosen. Thoy
were ir. c ciausan, .r. w. miner, j. c.
H;hnellahrecher and K. O. Kimble. The
casket "waa Interred In walnut Hill cem
A crowd of Hallowe'en merry-makera
aasemble.l at the home of Miss Elisabeth
Jones, lilt Mouth Tenth street, and were
taken on a hayrack for a hilarious excur
slon about tne city. The hayrack was
halted by ghost while rearing a dark
turn In the road snd the young people fled
to the home of Miss Mare! Keegean, HilO
Toslervln street. Undef Uhla kind shelter
the party remained until late In the morn
Ing. playing games and Indulging In
itwiioweeu ii-tnu-. iwi mumimii were
served by Miss Jones and Miss Keegean
Those present were: Mls.es Huby ( hand
ler, Ollva Chandler, Gertrude Nlckella,
Kilsabetn jonea, eaiie Howard, Laura
Sandwlck, Klla eandwlck. Hazel Keegean
Kcssla Martin, Lily Hansen: Messrs.
Ueorga Kelaer, William Breiley, Paul Cum
minus. Fred Van Luran, William Van
l.urau. Kennett Butler. Walter Keegean
Lrnesl Jensen and Charles Larrerty.
1 he conatructlon of the big annex to th
auditorium building to .provide aufflclen
quurtera & the horticultural congress ex
position and the corn show has created
a dsnuer comer at Washington avenue an
Norih Msln street that Mayor Maloney ha
decldi-d requires protection. The tenipo-
riitT tiuiuiing occupies nearly all of Wash
liiKtun avenue for a distance of 240 feet.
leaving Just sufficient room for vehicles
tn pa. and which eannnt be seen from
Mnln- street unti they pop Into view.
Several narrow, ascapr from serious accl
,(!mitt have already occurred, and when
Mayor Malonev niv th danger yesterday
he aniioKl xhuddeied when he recalled the
fact that more than 1000 Washington ave
nue school l'linjtx pass the corner every
duv going I ' ,mi1 from the school. A
lollceinan w ill chek nti speeding autdmo
fille and careless di1ver of vehicles and
4 prevent tl oushtien prisons being run
SEVERAL SALARIES ARE FIXED , fint Car of Gnenerv Shipped from
South Reache. City and Will Be
tersl Msisle Islruiliirril aa Optloaal
atudy In lllah School Credit
for Drbsllst Work la
The chief Inleris; ai liie monthly meet
ing of the Hoard of Kducatlon last night
wan the presentation by Mlfs Julia Officer
of her proposition . for the conversion of
the old high school grounds Into an ath
letic park for the ise of the high school
pupils and a public playground accessible
to other children. The members of the
boaid listened to Miss Of fleer's proposition
and carefully examined her plans for a
stadium, grandstand, tennis ground etc..
and manifested much Interest In the whole
proposition. No action could be taken,
however, and it was referred to the com
mittee on bulitllngs and grounds and the
finance committee. Miss Officer was
greatly encouraged and will redouble her
efforts to secure favorable consideration of
Maanal Training Tools.
Bids were opened for supplying tools and
benches for the manual training depart
ment of the new addition to tha Twentieth
Avenue school and the contract waa
awarded to George W. Rlchey of thla city
for $.'78. Other bidders and the amount
of their quotations' were: The Nleman
Hardware company, 1313, with a supple
mental bid of J3.B; the De Vol Hardware
company, 339; Peterson & Schoenlng com
pany, two bids, Including different kinds
of benches, 1308.26 and t2.26.
Ruth Templeton waa elected a grade
teacher In the sixth and seventh grades of
the Washington Avenue school, where aha
s now supplying, and her aalary fixed at
The salary of Miss Grace Barr. super
visor of music, waa raised from $N5 to t,
to data back to the beginning of tha school
The salary of Mrs. Burgess, instructor
In the business department of the high
chool, was raised from $76 to $SS, to date
back to the beginning of tha school year.
The aalary of the Janitor at the Twen
tieth avenue building waa fixed at J. 5
until the manual training department is
in readiness, after which it will be $80.
On recommendation of the finance com
mittee, the aalarlea cf the following prin
cipals were established: Miss Protity,
Pierce street school, from $90 to $; Miss
Byers. Twentieth avenue school, from $93
to $100; Miss Hardin, Bloomer school, from
$96 to $100.
Extra Credits Given.
Tha following propositions suggested by
Principal Reed and Superintendent Bev
eiidge were adopted by the board:
1 That vocal music be Introduced as an
optional study In the high school, the same
to ba given one period of to minute per
week, aame Deing irom to : a. m. on
Monday mornlngi, under the supervision
o' the supervisor of music, and that credit
be given for the aame at tha rate of one-
eighth point per semester,' or one point
In four years, to such pupils as do satis
factory work therein..
2. That th aam credit of one-eighth
point per sameater, or on point In four
years, for literary worn done in th liter'
ary sooltla. under th supervision of the
director or aeDating. xnis credit wouia
be given only to those pupils who do ex
ceptionally xaitnrui wora in trua orancn
The report ot truant officer Hernsr tor
October waa race! red. It embodied th
following: Truants brought to my no
tice, 15; entered school aa direot result of
th effort of tha department, $; called on
absent ohUdren. TO; called on sohoola, $7
phonsa to superintendent, SL,
tatesaent of Pnneta.
Th statement of balances of th funds
ot tha school district, aa shown by th
book f th secretary November 1. waa aa
Total receipt 425 84$ tt
District Judee Finds Grand Jury to ;
Be Shy One Man. ! u'ho Kidnaped Girl
1 Mi:U't) CITY, Nov.
r.fRT. RUTS TOR PART OF ESTATE : ia.e iuiph. th.- i;-vrar-oi
Put in Place at Once.
The first carload ot material to be ued
In decorating the interior of the Audi
torium building for the third annual ex
position of the National Horticultural con
gress and the Com show arrived yesterday
afternoon and was unloaded during th"
day. It consists of southern snillat, holly
and semi-tropical evergreen foliage, and
under the direction of the committee on
decoration, of which Roy F. Wilcox l
chairman, the material will be bestowed
in a manner that will transform the In
terior of the building into a state of beauty
much more entrancing than was accom
plished at the previous two expositions.
The work of plastering the brick walls
and coveting the exposed woodwork of
the roof, trusses and underneath the bal
conies with the tinted plaster board ha.i
been practically finished and a corps of
fifty workmen Is now engaged in rushing
the other preparatory work to keep ahead
of the decorator. The whol Interior of
the Auditorium haa been rswired by Jame
G. Bradley, former city electrician, who
l,a: removed all of the temporary open
wiring previously used and replaced It by
permanent concealed work. Th wiring
scheme has hecn worked out with a view
of meeting all future contingencies. The
system Is fed by three street cablea, suffi
cient to carry current to operate all ot the
lights that may ever be needed and to fur
nish electric power to every part of the
building where It may be required In the
future. Switches and cut-out boxes are
located In many places and the system
made complete In every respect
Painter Are Hosy.
Painters are still at work staining
and painting the balcony woodwork
light sage green tint to corre
spond to the color and fir.lsh of
the balcony opera chairs, so that the gen
eral color scheme throughout the whole
building green and white will be carried
out to the least detail. The reflnlshlng of
the Interior has seemed to add to Its' dl- I
menslons, and those who visit It for the
first time after th rich southern greena
are placed will be as surprised as they
must be delighted.
The demand for space has made It neces
sary to add about 2,000 square feet to the
floor area of the annex buildings. These
bulldlrigs are of a very much better
character than the sheds erected hereto
fore. The extra space to be heated, com
prised by the permanent annex constructed
at the east end of the Auditorium, has
made It necessary to call for extra service
from the main steam heating plant, and
for the purpose of encouraging to do
better work the contract ' was let yes
terday afternoon for the addition of
twenty feet to the top of the big smoke
stack. Aa ta Cora Show.
Preparations for the Corn show are in
th same stage of forwardness. Prof. Bruce
Crussley, th active manager of the new
feature of the expositions, haa returned
from Ames college, .where he secured the
fuller co-operation of the agricultural ex
tension department of the. state college In
the work of the Corn show. Th College
will send a corps ot th best Instructors
from It faculty and will Install here the
exhibit used at the Iowa State fair, In
charge of th aam men who Installed It
at Dea Moines. This will constitute a fine
educational feature that Prof. Crossley
aay will give permanent results. Prof.
Holder, the evangelist ot good seed and
higher evolution of King Corn, la expected
to arrive here In a few day and will re
main until th close ot the exposition.
I.sry Kltsalnimons Appeals to Court
to See a re 7 Said to He
t'omlnir from Mufhera
The November term of the district court
convened yesterday wtih Judce Oreen on
the bench. When the Judge called the
grand Jury for the purpose of giving the
usual Instructions and setting It to work
The fale of
Nebraska tirl j
; who was kidnaped by Mex cons several
lilnvs ago from a ranch In the state of j
. Tamaullpas. was still in doubt tonight, j
No word has come from the puss" which j
went In puis ilt of the kidnapers
Tlie country Into which tiie kidnapers
and pursuers have plunsed Is wild and
scarcely settled, and tho absence of facill- i
ties for common cation. It Is said, made ;t
doubtful that anythln? could be heard of j
them until the men are captured or the
pospe returns baTfted. I
In the meantime the Mexican authorities
TV Pnnl's ratanon Sense
Ivnglish, or Medicine Simplified, by R. V. Pierce, M. II.,
Clnel (.Consulting Phrsician to the Invalids' Hotel and Sur
gical Institute at Buffalo, a book ot 10U large page and
over 700 illustrations, in Fronoa. cloth binding, to any on '",'" ! -"t
tamp to cover coat ol wrapping and mailing . Over bW.OW) copies of
this oomplete Fmily Dootor Book were told in cloth bindiog at regular
prioe of $1.50. Afterward about two nd ball million copies were ivn
awy at abov. A new, up-to-dst revised edition is tmw ready for mailing.
Better tend NOW, before all are gone. Address: n'oms'l DuriNUiT
Msdioal Association, Dr. R. V. Pierce, President, Buffslo, N. Y.
DR. riimCK'8 FAVORITE ritl'.SCUirTION
THF, ONE RF.MF.OY lor woman's peculiar ailments good enoaft)
that its snakers are not afraid to print on its outside wrapper ita
very Ingredient. No Secrets No Deoeption.
THE ONE RFMFDY far women which, oontain no alcohol nod
o habit-forming drugs. Made from native medicinal forest roeta
af well established carative vahia. ,
It was discovered that one of the members 1 hllvf taken active s'eps to aid tn the ca;-
Total receipts $91, $41. IT
Disbursement ........ UoS.lS
Balanoa.. $4,7f It e).7t.l$
BL'ILDINO BOND FUND.
Total receipts 4 6.101.2$
Disbursement ............. 1.0U.90
Balance $ f.KM.SS S.UX.3.1
SCHOOL. HOUSE FUND.
It Will Fare 111 with Hallowe'en
Hoodlums if They Fall Into
Hands of Officers.
... 13,442. DO
8.776. 45 S.77S.46
Net balance of all funds $62.SU.8
For holiday liquors sr Rosenfeld Liquor
Co., M9 S. Main St. Kxeluslve family
FIRE AND POLICE SESSION
Hoard C'oastdera Ad vleMblllty of Bay.
tnOT tatomnltlle fur nepart
mmt of Police.
The regular meeting of the board of fire
and police commissioners was held last
evening w'.th all of the members present
except Commissioner . iC'irmuehlen. The
meeting was chiefly devoted" to the con
sideration of routine matters. Several re-
rent department orders lHfued by Chief
of Police 1'nmm were reviewed and ap
piovid. . i -vt.
The apiioini tient by Chief Nicholson of
F.dward WiigUt a a membc of fir com
rviny No. 6 t fill the vacancy occasioned
bv the r&iimatian of Captain J. W.
Bales, 'waa approved. He will be taken
mi probation for three tmmtha under the
The boarJ-iKitf some tltn discussing
Informally the question of the purchase of
an a'.iioint't!i f or the police department.
The necessity for a mavjilne that could
be kept )ti ita. lines at , he station to
rarry an emaiseiHV of titer to any part
of the city In u lev niliuiUs was admitted,
but the seiitiiuriit .-l'o. J that no action
would lx? it!.'" '-I'll! af-.er tha beginning
ii the next if enr. -
Cole's U.'t l'i.il,Hiiu and ranes, $'.ti
iip. We hove llh exclusive sale V. C. De
Vol liai-dwar t"i: auy. Ms Broadway.
N Y Plumbing Co. Tel. Kvt. Night, L-17'JS.
With a development of antler somewhat
resembling a hay rack and an unquench
able desire to use them, he became really
a dangerous brute. Several tlmea he came
near breaking out, and would have at
tacked anything in sight, from Belgian
hare to a locomotive. One h broka
through th strong wlr netting and would
have been free If hi big antler had not
caught In strand too strong to break.
Th board ot park, commissioners held
th regular monthly meeting yesterday
afternoon but considered little more than
routine matters. This part of th busi
ness chiefly related to th allowance of
the regular monthly bill.
The aale of twenty head of th park
deer to be used for stocking the park at
Du Boise, Pa., wax entered on the records
aa a part of the official proceedings. Tha
net price of $50 a pair, or $500 for th lot,
waa considered a being worthy of con
sideration as a source of park Imcome.
The decision was also reached to further
reduce the herd of elk by selling some
of th older animals, either to butchers or
for park purposes. It was thought that
half a doxen of th number could be
spared, and If they bring the price of
$iV) a head, the price for which on of
the big an tiered lords ot the herd was
sold a few days a-o. plua $50 for deer
sold earlier In tha season, it would make
aearly $1,000 lucerne for the aeaaon from
the park herda, making this part of the
park soo a very profitable Investment.
A special meeting will be held on
Thursday of next week for the purpose of
planning out the work to be done during
the winter and fixing th pay of th men
for th Inactive period.
Mayor Maloney yesterday offered a re
ward of $10 in, cash to the boy or other
person who will give Information leading
to the arrest and conviction ot the young
hoodlums who tore up a number of plank
street crossings In tha Fifth and Sixth
wards. It la about the only place in the
city where wooden strset crossings are In
us, and the most of them were of new
lumber recently put In place. In the ab
sence of a street commissioner and for the
purpose of saving his salary Mayor Ma
loney and Alderman Mlnnlck have taken
full charge of tha actual work of street
repair and cleaning work during the sum
mer and both of them have put In many
weary weeks of the hardest kind of labor,
with no compensation and the mayor ob
jects to seeing hi work destroyed by a
lot of young barbarians. Ha, believes that
the proper place for them la In the reform
school and will gtv $10 each for a few
convictions that will send them there.
Under tha Iowa law much of th Hallow,
'en mischief come well within the statute
defining malicious destruction of property,
which Is a felony, punishable by a terra
In the penltentrlary.
But very little criminal mischief was
done In the city, largely on account of the
splendid police work and the anxious co
operation of the parents. Soma fence were
torn down and porch step demolished. One
of the meanest act of th vandals waa the
destruction of a lawn eel tee at the resi
dence of John A. Robinson, 123 Washing
ton avenue, who la almo.t helpless from
paralytic troubles and who has found great
comfort In the use of the seat. It waa car
ried down th street and the leg broken
was absent and It was necessary to defer
the Instructions until 9:30 this morning. !
when the missing member will be ready to j
report for duty. The grand Jury has con-
Fidei able work to do and will probably be j
In session for a couple of weeks.
Judge Green put In a rather busy day
getting the work of the term started, which
Included making the first assignment of
cases for trial. None of the local attor
neys was ready to take up his cases and
the only suit tried was that of Lucy Fitx
slmmons, who Is suing her guardian,
John Dimnilck. for the portion due her
from the estate of her mother, Elisabeth
Fltsslmmone. The case was brought here
from Missouri Valley.' Ambrose Burke, a
former popular Council Bluffs attomoy,
now located at Missouri Valley, represents
the plaintiff, and City Attorney Murphy of
South Omaha tho defendant. Dimmlck re
sides In South Omaha and his ward has
been given a home In his family for the
last seven years. The young woman has
Just come of age and Is now at school in
Logan In the care of her brother, John J.
Fltssimmons, who Is administrator of his
mother's estate. The feature of the case Is
the refusal of the guardian to pay the
portion remaining In his hands to his ward,
amounting to only $170, on the grounds
that this amount and more Is due him for
th board for the young girl for the period
of seven years. The suit Is to force pay
ment, the administrator and his sister
striving to show by evidence that the girl
more than earned her board by her work,
which Included the care of to small chil
dren, and by showing that there were sev
eral other homes open for her throughout
the period where she would have been
cared for without charge.
No Conrt Before Kleetlon.
Judge Green favorably considered the
petition presented by members of the bar
asking him to adjourn court durng the
last week of the election campaign and
until the day after election, and made the
order accordingly, adjourning tomorrow
until Wednesday, November 9. He then
made the following assignment, covering
the remainder of the month:
Wednesday. November t Theodore Olson
vs. Jos. Mltchener ct al.
Thursday, November 10 Hazel M. Olson
vs. L. R. Cramer et al.; Henry Peterson,
admr.. vs. B. Pill; Maggie Maude French
vs. Arthur Clay French.
Friday, November 11 William Hansen vs.
Anna I. Rodd et al.; Rebecca A. James vs.
Board of Park Commissioners et al.; W. H.
Groom et a I. vs. William Wrav; John H.
Royers vs. August Carlson et al.
Saturday. November 12 Mama K. Rus
sell vs. Harry H. RusaeM; Oeorg Hatdell
vs. jonn wiicox. t
Monday, November -14 M. Stern vs. Kllxa
J. Stageman et al.; Jennie B. O. Rvden vs.
William R. Ryden. '
Tuesday. November 1&-Bert M. Waufle
vs. J. B. Hood et al.) M. Solomon va. O. R.
Wednesday, November 16 Luella Oliver
(now Luella Block vs. James Oliver; C.
Hafer Lumber Company va. Dora McNeil
et al.: C. G. Gaston va.Dora McNeil et
al.; Charles Horn vs. C. Q. Gaston.
Thursday, November J7 Robert B. Land
vs. Mertle Pearl Land; Doris Christiansen
vs. Thomas C. Christiansen.
Friday. November 18-Wllllam Arnd,
admr., vs. Charlotte Aylesworth et al.;
Thomas Flood. Treynor Savings Bank vs.
L. F. Bollmelr, Henry Anderson, gar
nishee: C. Hafer Lumber Company vs. R.
A. Bachman et al.
Saturday, November 19 Nellie Fides vs.
the Nonpareil et al.: Nora Fltxpetrlck vs.
Omaha & Council Bluffs Street Railway
Tuesday. November 22--Burllngton Vine
gar and Pickle Works vs. J. A. Kirk; O. O.
Clark et al. vs. Wabash Railroad Com
pany; Ovlde Vlen vs. W. Culver, Wabash
Railroad Company, garnishee.
Wednesday. November 3.H Psbst Brewing
Company vs. Benjamin Corneal: Asceptlc
Furniture Company vs. Donald Macrae.
Monday. November 28 Interstate Auto
Supply Company vs. Pioneer Implement
Tuosriay.' November 29 H. Whltebook vs.
MMlcr Brewing Csrr.rany ct cl.
Wednesday. November SO Michael
O'Brien vs. T. F. McCaffrey, Sheriff, et al.
ture. Squads of rurales. the Mexican
mounted national police, have been sent
Into the Huasteca district from the oppo
sing n .reel Ion. with instructions to search
the country thoroughly. Foreign Minister
Creel today, st the request of the Ameri
can ambassador. Instructed the governors
of Tamaullpas and Vera Crux to assist In
the sesrch In every possible manner. If
tho men are captured, he says, they will
receive the extreme limit of punishment
under the law.
(From a Staff Correspondent.!
WASHINGTON. D. C. Nov. i. (Special
Teiec.rani.) Columbus Brooklnss has been
appointed rural carrier, route , at Parker.
Jonas E. llnllom has been appointed
postmaster at Renner, M nnehaha county,
S. D., vice O. K. Lassesen. deceased.
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Army orders: Lieutenant Colonel Walker
Henet, ordnance department, will proceed
on the transport to sail from San Kran
c.sco December 5. to Honolulu, for duty.
Captain Charles R. Laws. in. quartermas
ter, and First Lieutenant George F. Camp
bell, medical reserve corps, will proceed to
Hot Springs for observation and treat
ment. Leaves of absence minted: Captain
Herschel Tupes. First Infantry, an exten
sion of ten days; Second lieutenant
Frankl.n L. Whitley, First Infantry, throe
months, with permission to apply for an
exun on of one month.
Some Idea of the vast amount of work
that Is done in the government printing
o.fire annually can he gained from the
figures Jurt completed from the tvpe coin
position for last year. More than 3.000
tons of tvpe metal were used In making
1.93. 899,'XX) ems of type cf every descrip
tion. If the Individual lines of type were
placed end to end they would stretch out
over a distance of 31,000 miles, or mora
than one and one-flftli times the circum
ference of the earth.
THREE DAY DRINK CURE
THE NE'L WAY
The Xeal Three-Day Drink Habit Cure
is Located in Omaha. ' An Aver
age of Forty Patients Cured
If interested in these head
lines read the fine print.
We purchased several hundred pairs of loom woven
curtains from one of the. three large American manufac
turersthe International Lace Curtain Mfg.-Co., Geo. E.
Lackey, President. No mire reliable maker exists. No
more serviceable curtains are to be found. A larger range
of patterns to select from is hardly possible.
This lot consists of what are called "over makes"
lots running from three to sixteen pairs each. Please note
that they are all perfect goods, fresh from the mill no
seconds, no shopworns. They were secured by us at a
price which-enables us by turning them quickly at a small
profit to offer them at about HALF PRICE.
See Display in East Window Tonight.
Heal tstate Transfers.
The following transfer were reported
to Th Bee November t by th Pottawat
tamie County Abstract company. Council
L. M. Kellogg and wife to H. C Peter
son unit uf net ot eeV. S4-K-44,
w. d $:
Elmer C. Downs and wife to Thomas
H James, lot , block , Crntial
subdivision. Council Bluffs, la., w. d.,
Jacob P. Jacobsen and wif to H. C.
Peterson, w acres of n 13 acre
of swV of awA,. 1-T7-4J. q. ci d
Chicago. Rock lland & Pacific rail
way to H- R. Coulihard. S of aw Vs.
li-77-41. o. c. d
Charles H. Gilbert to Amelia Gilbert.
' of lot I. block 1. McMetion. Coop
er & Jeffries' addition to Council
Bluffs, la . w. d
James D. Feltou and wife to John
D. Pel ton. pert of nwi of k and
of Hwv, or nw,, w. a..
pa 1 1
Marriage license were (ranted yesterday
to th following:
Name and Address. Age
John Anderson. Avoca, la 20
Burl Klsberry, Avoca, la A)
Edward J. Hanlgan. Omaha 13
Mary Kelley, Council Bluffs 19
Nels Henry, Fremont, Neb 34
Dagmar Peters, Fremont Neb a
ITALIANS IN DRIVE HUNT
Slaty of Them Cross River and tap
tar All Kinds of Game In
The regular monthly meeting of the Fish
and Game Protective association was held
last evening with nearly all of the mem
bers present. Bills thst had been ac
cumulating fo- the last two months occu
pied the principal part of the attention of
the meeting. It was decided to continue
th employment of R. I. Chapman, cus
todian of the club house, during the winter
without change of compensation. Discus
sion of the work to be done at the lake
next sprlnr Indicated th project of . ex
pending a large amount of money for th
Improvement of the association' property.
This will Include accommodations for auto
mobiles and additional boat sheds. A shed
costing $100 Is now In process of construc
tion. Reports that a band . of about sixty
Italians came over from North Omaha on
Sunday and made a drive hunt north of
the city in the vicinity ot Th Narrows
excited rome interest. It is said ' they
crossed the river In small boats. Organised
on the Iowa side and marched through
th country with military precision, killing
more than 150 rabbits, a number of quail
and every little bird and animal that be
came visible. They managed to violate
about all of the game laws of th state,
Including that reuulrlng a hunter' a license.
To Die on the Scaffold .
Is painless compared with the weak, lame
back kidney troubls causes. Electric Bit
ters U the remedy. 60c. For sal by
Beaton Drug Co.
Prominent among Omaha InsUtu
tions for public good itnd betterment
Is the Neal . Institute t 1502 South
Tenth street, Omaha, Neb., where the
Neal three-day drink habit cure Is ad
ministered under a guaranteed bond
and contract to effect a perfect cure In
three days or refund the fee. With the
co-operation and Indorsements of such
men as: Mayor Dahlman, Dean
Beecher and many of the Catholic
clergy and other people of all classes,
this Institute has been able to reclaim
over three-hundred men from the drink
habit since Its establishment last Feb
ruary, in addition to the Omaha In
stitute there are over forty Neal In
stitutes in successful operation over all
America, including those at Dee
Moines, Davenport and Sioux City, la.,
and Grand Island, Neb. For complete
Information, testimonials and Indorse
ments address the Neal Institute O. B.,
1502 South Tenth street, Omaha, Neb.
At Fountains & Else whero
Tho Original and Genuine
Tha Food-drink for AH Ages.
At restaurants, hotels, and fountain.
Delicious, invigorating and sustaining.
Keep it on your sideboard at home.
Don't travel without it
A quick lunek prepared ia a minute.
Take no imitation. JU:t lay TOLICK S."
Itt tlo GoffikSao cr Trust
$1.25 Curtains, pair, G9c $3.00 Curtains, pr. $1.50
$1.50 Curtains, pair, 75c $3.25 Curtains, pr. $1.G9
$1.75 Curtains, pair, 08c $3.50 Curtains, pr. $1.89
$2.00 Curtains, pr. $1.10 $3.75 Curtainypr. $1.98
$2.25 Curtains, pr. $1.20 $4.00 Curtains, pr. $2.10
$2.50 Curtains, pr. $1.45 $6.00 Curtains, pr. $2.08
HOTELS CAN BE SUPPLIED
Sale Is on Thursday
Drapery Section Third Floor
THOMAS KILPATRICK CO-
It really doesn't make much difference If it
Isn't at the Qulckserr. That la the one place
that Is really different. The purpose of this
little "ad" Is to remind you that w-haa you
are thoroughly tired of the old style service
there is a new and satisfying morning and
evening meal at Omaha's newest eating place.
Breakfast, 6 to lO. Supper, B to S.
I.nnrh, 11 to 3.
CITY NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
ENTRANCK ON SIXTEENTH STREET.
The Key to the al uallun Bee Want Ada.
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Delicate children can be made strong and vigorous by
eating this food daily. The only food ever made com
bining Wheat, Rice, Oats and Barley. Just give it a
trial. Ask your Grocer.
Today is Home Day.
Dealers have given you very nice
bargains today in Homes.
It is your chance.
Omaha real estate le increasing In value rapidly. "' ' " - -
Millions of dollars are being put into new buildings this year; real
estate transfers show a strong increase over last year, proving Omaha to be
enjoying a healthy growth.
Anyone can take advantage of the low prices at which homes are offered
for sale now and make a good profit iu a short time.
A few hundred dollars down and the balance monthly will buy most
any of the properties advertised for sale tn today's Bee.
Real estate In a growing city la the best investment on earth.
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