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THE OMAHA DAILY ISEE; TIIUKSDAT, yO"VJE:CBER 8, 1900.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA.
Davis Belli glass.
"Mr. IUIey. 6-cent cigar.
Ou fixtures and globea at Blxby'i.
Finn A. D. C benr Neumuyer's hotel
Wcllman. scientific optician. 409 U'd'y.
Bchmldt'B photos, new and latest styles.
W. J lloslettrr. dentist. Baldwin block.
Moore's stock food kills worms, fattens.
Drink Uudwckcr beer. L. lUisunfeld. act-
Lcffcrt, Jeweler, optician 230 Uroadway.
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Udgnr, 802
Avenuo C, a son.
Oct your work ilono at tho popular kagle
laundry, VA Uroadway. 'l'hono
W C. Esteii. undertaker, 'A I'earl strcot.
Telephones! Olllce. 87 i residence, 33.
C. K. Alexander & Co. have Just im
ported some beautiful Italian pictures.
W F draff, undertaker and licensed em
balmer. 101 South Main street. Phono 00C.
Olrl wanted for Kencral housework In
mull family. No washing. 9a Avo. II.
Mrs. Krncit 11. Hart ot I'ark avenuo In
homo from it Uslt with friends In CIiIcuko.
Mrs. J. F. Stafford of St. I-ouls Is tho
Euest of Mrs. J. N. Casady, Jr., of Oakland
Mrs. Manspergcr, mother of Mrs. 8. A.
Jlrown, m Fltth avenue, died Tuesday
ovcnliiK, aed HI yeurs
Tho Woman's auxiliary, of Oraco Kpls
cojial church will meet this afternoon at
8 o'clock at the- rectory.
V. S. Keed, former Kencral inunnRcr of
tho Suburban motor line, arrived In tho
city last evening from tho east.
White lloso coiitlo No. 252, t.ndy HIkIi
landers, will meet this afternoon with Mrs.
J. G. Iteming, llV)3 Fifth avenue.
Sidney Mcintosh, 2003 Sixth nvenue, wan
reported to tho Hoard of Health yesterday
uh RUfferliu? from scarlut lever.
Uly Camp Aid society. Itnyal Neighbors
of America, will meet tomorrow afternoon
with Mrs. K. I. Nichols, 10)7 Third avenue.
Don't burn your old wool mattress. Mor
Kan Sc Klein v. Ill do them over by the now
)rocess-better than now. 122 South Main
Mr. and Mrs. W, 11. Ilrown of Third
nvenuo left yesterday to attend tho funeral
of Mr. llrown's sister, Mrs. N. J. I.evlne, at
Attend tlm I.ady Maccabco's bull at
Jloyal Arcanum hall on Friday evening,
Nov. 9. (lood music, j;ood time; cake walk.
(leorRo Judson, assistant city enKlncer,
left yesterday for lllloxl. Miss,, whero ho
will be married Saturday to n young woman
of that city.
Tho rasii of Harry Helncr. chanced with
resisting Olllcer rhrlftensen Tuesday even
ing, was continued In police court yester
day until today.
Ono of tho best comedies. It Is said, of
tho season Is "A Wise Woman," which
the Dohatiy manaKemetit haa booked to ap
pear here on Sunday, November IS.
Henry Kvnns. a truckman In the em
ploy of tho I'nlon I'aclllc, had the toes of
ono foot badly mashed yesterday. Ho was
unloosliiK plK Iron from u cur when u bar
fell on his foot.
C. J. Holli of 721 Seventh avenue reported
tho theft of his bicycle from hla front
porch Tuesday night while ho was down
town llsteuliiic to election returns to tho
Mrs. Mlnnlo Koblentz. who wan recently
beforo tho Hoard of Insanity Commission
ers, was picked up by tlm police yesterday
afternoon In tho rear of a Uroadway sa
loon. She was almost Insensible from
drink and exposure to the weather.
Harry K. Curtis of this city has been
elected Kencral secretary of tho Young;
Men's Christian association ut Dubuque,
la., to succeed J. W. Daucherty. Mr. Cur
tis was for a number of years secretary
of the Youdk Men' Christian association
In this city.
During the nbsenco of tho family yester
day mornlns a trump cnUrcd the homo of
Tlioma Hnyden at 1707 Ninth avenue and
exchanged his tattered garments for ono
f Mr. Hayden's bust suits. JIo took a
clean suit of underwear, us well ns shoes
and a hat. When Mrs. Hayden returned
home -sIio found the tramp's raga neatly
folded and on tho kitchen tublc.
An unruly Kasollno stovo was responsible,
lor n blaze yesterday afternoon In tho liv
ing apurtmi'iits above the stoio ut MI
Uroadway. The contents of ono room wero
destroyed and more or less damatce done
by smoke nnd water. The department was
called out ulsu yesterday afternoon to ex
tinguish burning Kru.ii on a vacant lot
on Oakland avenue nnd Avenuo G.
Tho polleo wero uotllled last evening to
look out for mill detuin Mabel Hoblnson,
a. 17-year-old girl, who had run awny from
her homo In Anita, la. Sho stopped at n
hotel tu Atlantic Tuesday night, whero
Mho reHlstered under the assumed name
of May Nethersolo. She Is said to be stage
struck nnd ran away with the Intention
of trying- to join somo theatrical com
pany. Victor l.co, tho magician, ono of the
cleverest exponents of tho art of his pro
fession, appeared nt the Dohany theater
last night to n well filled house. His
tricks are clover and entertulnlnK and
Dome of them are very difficult, yot ho
executed them In such a manner that tho
audience wits ut times completely mysti
fied. Ho will be at the Dohany again this
evening, which ends his engagement hero"
C. C. Hnnslead, recently employed by a
photoKrui.h enlarging Ilrm of Sioux City,
was arrested hist evening on u charge of
larceny by embezzlement, ltanstea 1 had
trouble with the district agent of he
to turn over thlrty-seven orders und ac
companying photographs. Under n search
warrant ssued from Justice Vicn'n court
Itansteud'H trunk at u local hotel wa"
broken open and the orders and photo-
SMnSffS"-. nt was absent in
the country and wns arrested on his re
inn,t ,He K?vo bull and will have a heSr
lng beforo Justlco Vlen this morning.
N. Y. Plumbing Co., tlepb6no 250.
rrcmlums given with Domestic soap.
Howell's Antl-"Kawf' cures coughs, colds.
Ural IXutr Trunarrrs.
rho following transfers wore filed yes
terday In tho abstract, tltlo and loan ofllco
of J. W. Squlro, 101 l'earl strcot:
Kv "ViJi'i I,n.rt. n1(1 w,fa t0 Charles
K. Holilen, lots 7. 0 nnd 10, nico's
South nvenue BUbdlv.. w. d ... ..... $ joo
A. HooKoyonlng und wifo to Nora D.
I.lggoit. lot t). block 16. Avoca. w. d. 400
Merton 1.. North and wits to Vntrlck
T. Conroy, lot 2, block S, Walnuti
W. CI. CPA
J. 1. Ureenshlulds and wife to'YidwYrd
and Augusta I.annmack. eU lots 15
imd ID, block 15, Stutsman's 2d add,
w. d j -pq
Charles J. Harber and wlfo to Itebccca '
J,1??VFU' l0,H 9 "ml 10. block n, and
& Clark's subdlv, q. c. d........ ....... 10,1
Isabella C Stewart to John Tlotge, lots
I'nJl block 21 Hum's add. q. V. T
John Ou rk and wife to Anthony Col-
llns, eft sett Sa-'C-K). w. d
Seven transfers, total .luitol
Domestic soap gives boa natlsfactloa
Commonwealth 10-cuni clrar.
AH grocers sell DoWcatlc soap.
NffotlatoJ In Eastern Nebraska
ond Iowa. Jamea N. Casady, Jr..
Vie Main St., Council Oluffs.
Savi Your Money-
'AVlNOs, LOAN AND HUILOING
1SS Pearl Mtraet, Caaacll Ulalls, la.
I WHY PAY $5 I
tor a. shoo when you can
buy the mm
Best Shoe Katie for $3.50
H and you save $1.50 at H
I HAMILTON'S I
Shoe Store. I
4V4 BUOA11WAY. H
VOTE IN CITY AND COUNTY
Bepttblicane Roll Up Hindiome Majoritioa
All Along th Line.
JUDGE SMITH A TREMENDOUS WINNER
KhcIi of the Mne fonntlrs (lives llliu
.tlnjurlty, Ills Totnl Ileitis:
AluioKt Seven Tlton
suiid. Complcto returns of Tuesday's election
were not received at tho county auditor's
ofllco until ycBtcrday afternoon. Owing
to the number of scratched ballots In many
of tho city precincts, it was past 8 o'clock
csterday morning before tho complcto
returns from tho twelve city precincts were
received. Several of tho county precincts
did not send In their returns until late In
tho afternoon. The returns as taken from
tho entries on tho envelopes containing the
poll books show that MclCitilcy carried l'ot
tawattnmlo county, by 1,127 raatortty as
against 342 In 1896. These figures may
be changed slightly by the official canvass
of the vole In tho twenty-ulght country
precincts, based upon tho vote for the elec
tors at large. McKlnley received 3(6i9,
against Uryan's, 3,105. In the twelve pre
cincts of the city McKlnley received 2,336,
and Uryan, 2,263. The vote by precinct
McK. Urv an.
Hazel Dell 152
Kune (outside) IS
Keg Creek 94
Silver Creek 115
First Ward First precinct 212
ueconii precinct Ji
Second ward First precinct.... 2ii9
Third Ward First precinct 287
Second nrcelnet 220
Fourth Ward First precinct.... 265
Second precinct 175
Fifth Ward First precinct :9
Second precinct 201
Sixth Ward-First precinct 279
Second precinct 25
Totals 6,495 C.3C3
The voto ou the state ticket was practi
cally tho sarao as for president. William
B. Martin, up for secretary of btate receiv
ing 6,468, and S. U. Crano (dem.), 5.3S8.
On tho republican county ticket Freeman
L. Ileed, candidate for clerk of district court,
received tho largest voto and Hen Auld,
candldato for supervisor, brought up tho
Tho voto on the county ticket was as
For clerk of tho district court:
F. L. Heed, republican 6.510
L. Shields, democrat 5,340
For county uudltori
It. V. Innes. republican
J. J. Klein, democrat
For county clerk:
H. K. Smith, republican
W. S. Powell, democrat
For county attorney:
W. II. Klllpack, republican..
J. l Organ, democrat
For county HUpervlsors:
H. O. Auld, republican
Perry Kerney, republican
F. At. A!lee. democrat ,
A. L. Ingram, democrat
m no vote on tno judicial ticket was
tt Macv. rcnubllcan..
F. Tammlssiea, democrut.
Macy's majority ,
To till vacancy:
O. D. Wheeler, republican
i- tscnjumin, democrat
Wheeler a majority i.jsi
Vote for ConvreumiB,
The vote on tho congressional ticket In
the county was:
W. II. Smith, republican 6,649
S. B. Wadsworth, democrat 6,600
Smith's majority 1,149
Fairly completo returns from the nine
counties comprising tho Ninth congres
sional district wero received yesterday aft
ernoon and they showed that Judge Smith
had carried tho district by a majority of
nearly 7,000, the largest in the history of
tho district. In 1890 A. L. Hager's majority
was 2,245 nnd in 1838 Smith McPherson'a
Smith's majorities In the nine counties of
tho district follow:
Audubon ' r
cass , ?
"n"i8on ::::: soa
Montgomery 1 J2.i
l'ottawattamlo "" i'ii5
Tovtnxhlp Ticket Hurled.
Tho vote on tho township ticket will not
be obtainable until the poll books aro opened
at the official canvass by the Doard of Super
visors next week. There Is no question bu
that both J. W. Ferrler and
republican candidates for Justice of' the
peace, are elected, as are U Albertl and II.
uuim, tno renumtcan candidates tnr rnn.
Thcro Is also no means nf narnrininin.. n..
vote on the three proportions on tho special
ballot Ulltil the nfflnln! rnnirnia It lH 1
lleved that the proposition for an amend
ment to the constitution providing for bi
ennial elections carried, us did tho poor
The election Of the entlrn rnnnlv lt,.
was a sore disappointment to the demo
crats. as thev flrmlv eynxeinrt in .i..,
least their candldato for county attorney,
John P, Organ.
A Cold Wave Cmnlnir.
And I ll II nrld tinvMn . 1
i'..vv .u(iii--iiiui,r caniiy win
drop Saturday at Purity Candy Kitchen, 23S
Uroadway. Iluttercotch and horchound
randv TO ebnln n nnnm! VanbA. .4 .
" , ' '"'inVD LiVUUIlb nuu
angel food taffy, 10 cents pound.
Most for your money Domestlo soap.
Gravel roofing. A. II. Read. 641 Broadway.
Sneak Thiers Inrnnltr Thwarted,
A novel plan to steal an overcoat at the
Neumaycr hotel' was frustrated by accident
last evening. An employe passing through
the alley noticed an overcoat hanging by
a cord from an upstairs window. He
promptly cut the string and carried the
coat Into tho hotel office, where It was
elnlmed by one of the guests. It is sup.
posed that some sneak thief, fearing to bo
seen carrying the coat away through the
hotel, adopted this plan and would probably
have gotten away with tho garment had
It not been accidentally discovered bang
ing from tho window. The police aro look
ing for the supposed Ingenious sneak thief.
tVIIil, JOLLIFY SATUIIDAY NIOHT.
Hepnbllcitna PI nn to Olebmte the
Great McKlnley Victory.
The republicans of Council Uluffa and
vicinity will celebrate the re-election of
William McKlnley and incidentally the
county ticket with a grand ratification
meeting and jollification Saturday night.
No dcflnlto plans have been arranged yet
for the celebration, but It Is Intended that
a big parado will form one of tho principal
At a meeting held yesterday afternoon
in County Chairman Wright's office the fol
lowing committees to tnke hold of and
arrange for tho Jollification were ap
pointed: Program I. M. Trcynor, Victor E. Ilcn
dcr, Urncst 13. Hart, John N. Ilaldwtn,
Harry M. Ilrown, Oeorgo S, Wright.
Finance C. O. Saunders, Freeman L
need, Ulmcr K. Smith, Captain L. II. Cous
ins, U. V. Innes.
Parade J. P. Orccnshlclds, William
Arnd, Finest E. Cook, Charles Atwood, K.
Canning. W. A. Hlghsmlth, D. It. Fonda,
Gcorgo S. Kitchen, A. W. Askwlth, A. S.
Hazleton, II. H. Field, John Llndt, Sumner
Knox, Chris Loscth.
Music W. L. Thlckstun, Charles Haver
stock, I. M. Trcynor, Clyde D. Altchlson,
Illumination and Decoration E. W. Hart,
D. R. Stuart, P. H. Goodrich. W. C. Hen
dricks, O. S. Illancbard, William Larson,
Arrangements B. II. Odell, Charles M.
Harl. John Calvin, H. J. Chambers. N. C.
Phillips, Oeorgo Scott, T. 1). Baldwin, W.
These committees will meot tonight nt
8 o'clock in tho ofllco of Chairman Wright
of tho lepubllcan county central commit
loo In tho Ualdwln block. It la particularly
requested that every member be presont,
as thcro Is no time to loso In arranging
for tho Jollification.
Domestic soap has no equal.
Davis sells paint.
DUtrlct G'onrt Note.
Judgo Oreen convened tho Novembr
term of district court here yesterday af
ternoon. Tho grand Jury wns Irapaanellcd
and will start on its deliberations this
Thomas n. Senter, the Mlssourlan
charged wfth uttering a forged deed, wus
arraigned nnd waived challenge of tho
Judge Green announced that he would
mako the first equity assignment for tho
term this morning.
Mrs. Anna Mnry Wllmus filed a petition
for dlvorco from Henry Wllmus, whom
sno married in Noola, In., February 9, 1886.
Sho alleges cruel and Inhuman trea'.mont
and asks sho bo awarded tho custody of
their eight minor children and $5,000 per
Tho city filed motions yesterday asking
that tho soveral plaintiffs in the suits for
damages by reason of n carrynll being over
turned on Broadway last July, be required
to furnish cost bonds,
Tho MeKenzIo dlvorco suit Is set for
hearing In tho district court today.
Best weight Domestic soap.
Clty Council Tonlnht.
The city council will meet In regular ses
sion tonight to dlsposo of the business left
over from last Mouday night. City Solici
tor Wadsworth will not bo rendy with his
opinion on tho motor company's rights on
South Main street and this matter, It was
said yesterday, win g0 over until next Mon
day, at which time the city solicitor will
hand down bh opinion. Now that the elec
tion Is over thero Is some talk of tho ques
tion of Issuing bonds In lieu of the paving
certificates being revived.
Licenses to wed havo been Issued to the
Namo and residence ' Age.
Herman Lnmburg, Red Oak, la 2.1
Mamlo Nelson, Hed Oak, Iu 22
R. T. Ileaton, Omaha :fi
Grace McDonald, Omaha 13
Frnr.cr McCown, Craig, Mo 23
Llzzlo M. Irving, Doll Rapids, S. D 18
Rasmus P. Anderson. Kast Omaha '.7
Anno M. Anderson, Kast Omaha 22
OBJECT TO USE OF WHIPS
I'abllu School Patron at Boone Coin
plain Against the Old
BOONB, la., Nov. 7. (Special Telegram.)
Considerable excitement has prevailed
here during the past tew days over the
forcible selzuro of all whips which have
been kept for corporal pnlshracnt In the
publio schools. Complaints were made to
tho mayor of tho city by public school
patrons that tho old fuuhloned rawhide
was being used entirely too freely In some
of the ward schools. Tho mayor held a
conference with President Crowo of the
school board and It was decided to do away'
with tho corporal punishment. Accord
ingly an officer was given Instructions to
visit all school principals nnd demand nil
whips kept for use In punishing pupils.
This was done and resulted In a largo num
ber of whips being turned over to tho
mayor and tho president of the school
SIBLEY, la., Nov. 7. (Special Telegram.)
Osceola county completo glvoa: McKln
ley, 1,105; Bryan, 798. Congressman.
Thomas, 1,091; Mulvaney, SOS. Republicans-
elect, J. P. Hauchurst, clerk; G. W.
Thomas, auditor; J. W. Reagan, recorder,
C. M. Brooks, county attornoy. Tho vote
on the proposition to hold a constitutional
convention and the vote on the Titus pro
posed amendment to tt)o constitution Is
supposed to have carried In this county,
but the vote In dotal! cannot bo ascer
tained until tho official canvnRS. Osceola
county, after years of balancing, swung
clear over Into the republican column by
a majority for every candldato on tho re
CRESTON, Ia Nov. 7. (Special Tele
gram.) Union county gave McKlnley, 2,463
Bryan, 2,217. Tho republicans elected
auditor, recorder, county attorney and tho
entire township ticket. Hopburn, for con
gress, beat McOlnnls 220. Hepburn Is
olectcd by over 5,000. Victory for repub
licans is almost completo.
Fanner Kills Himself.
AVOCA, la., Nov. 7. (Special Telegram.)
Dan Preston, a farmer about 60 years
of ago, living two miles south of Avoca,
committed suicide this morning about 3
o'clock by shooting himself In the head.
Poor health Is thought to have been the
A wholesome acid tonic relieving the
lassitude of the eummer months,
CenuiM bein umt IIorsfodd's ou wrapper.
ELECTIONS EVERY TWO YEARS
Voters of Iowa Decide to Amend the State
DECISION AFFECTS THE DISTRICT-COURTS
There Will lie No Election in 1001 and
Conseiinently According tu Pro
visions of Code No Tales
men for Jury Selected.
DES MOINES. Nov. 7. (Special Tele
gram.) Uy tho decision of the voters of
the stato of Iowa yesterday tho constltu
tton Is amended to tho extent that elections
In Iowa shall bo hold every two years In
stead of every year. Uy this decision the
district courts of tho stato aro affected
In tho year 1901 thero will bo no election
and consequently according to tho pro
visions of tho ccdo thero will bo no talcs
mon for Jury duty selected. Auditor liar
gravo of Marshall county first raised this
Important point. Each year 800 names are
selected from nraoug the voters und kept
In tho tin rcceptaclo In the ofllcu of the
clerk of the courts and from these names
tho Jurors aro drawn prior to each term
of court. Thero will bo no election in
1S01 and consequently no election board to
mako a Bclectlon of theso names. As no
provision Is made for cither grand or petit
Jurors beyond tho specified time, tho Polk
county courts, as well as tlioso of the
other counties Is tho state, would be with
out Jurymen until tho next general election
In 1&02. Tho point raised wilt boou come
beforo tho attorney general tor a decision
and if ho sustains tho opinion hold by thu
above named auditor tho question will come
up before tho stato legislature, which docs
not meet until January, 11)02, about the
II rat or second week in tho month. In
order to mako provision for tho Juries It
may bo uecejsary to call tho legislature lu
Cliarlea II. Day of Manchester has been
appointed deputy auditor of state to suc
ceed Joseph E. Whcelan, who becomes bunk
Official returns from seventy-eight out of
nlncty-uino counties in tho stato give:
McKlnley, 242,066; Urynn, 152.348, a plural
lty In those counties of 90,613. As tho re
maining counties aro known to havo shown
good republican gains It is quite certain
that McKlnley's plurality will bo very close
to 100,000. Chairman Weaver stated to
night that he sees no reason to change his
estimate of last night that Iowa gives Mc
Klnley between 90,000 and 100,000 plural
Uy, he having received tho complcto re
turns from seventy-flvo out of tho ninety'
nine countlC3 in the stato. Tho gains aro
nearly uniform throughout tho stato and
are especially notlccablo In the rural dls
trlcts. Mr. Weaver Bald:
"Tho farmers in tho country and tho
laboring men in tho cities appear to havo
stuck by tho republican ticket and their
votes clearly show that they appreciate
their prosperity. Ono clement In our great
victory which deserves cspochil mention
was tho uniting of the veteran republicans,
a3 represented by tho Fremontcrs, with the
younger clement of the party, which found
expression in tho Rough Riders."
In this statement Mr. Weaver thanks tho
press of tho state, tho county chair
men and nil tho party workers
who havo made It posslblo for the stato
to roll up tho largest plurality In Its his
tory und extends) especial congratulations
to the sturdy republicans of tho Second
and Sixth districts, which tho opposition
claimed wero to bo won from their alio
glance to their party.
Tho congressional delegation will be sol
idly republican, the completo returns to
night giving their pluralities us follows
First district, Thomas Hcdgo, 3,500; Sec
ond district. J. N. W. Rumple, 2,300; Third
district, David U. Henderson, 11,000; Fourth
district, Gilbert Hanger, 9,000; Fifth dls.
trict, Robert S. Cousins, 8,410; Sixth dis
trict, John F. Laccy, 3,343; Seventh dla
trict, John A. T. Hull. 12,000; Eighth ills
trict, William P. Hepburn, C.000; Ninth dls
trict, Walter I. Smith, C.400; Tenth ills-
trict, Jumcs P. Connor, 10,000; Eleventh
district, Lot Thomas, 12.C00.
HOOT IS ARUAKSMll) AT WATKHLOO
Iowa Mnn Answers to the Cliurirc of
Attennilril Wlf Mnnlrr
WATERLOO, la., Nov. 7. (Special.) This
morning, In tho circuit court, Jerome W.
Hoot wqb arraigned on a eharen nf nltoinntod
wife murder. He entered a plea of not guilty
ny nis attorneys, Mullen nnd Pickett. Hoot
is tho man. who nn Oetnhcr ?R 1BVI It
Is alleged, sent a box of dynamite to hla
who in mis city from Chicago by express
A letter preceded tho box, which was ad-
dressod to himself. When oponod, a neat
camnet was revealed, stained and polished.
Two handles woro vUlblo and when ono
drawer was pulled out a small cxploalon
occurred, which frightened Mrs. Hoot nnd
she turned tho box over to tho police, who
tho next day took it to the river bank
and applied a test, which resulted In an ex
plosion which shook the city. Thore was
enough dynamite In tho Infernal machine
to havo wrecked a business block.
Tho letter, which came through the mall,
was apparently written by a woman, who
signed herself "Tab." It was known that
Hoot bad associated with such a character,
nnd she was located In Chlcapo, but told
a straight story and proved thnt sho had
no connection with the case. Hoot wob
traced to Chicago, from there to Omaha, to
Kansas City, to Dubuque, Des Moines and
there ull track was lost. Tho cabinet
maker ot Omaha who made tho box was
found and gavo a description of tho man
who loft tho order for tho work. His
Identity has not been mndn knnwn hv th.
officers. In Des Moines the store was lo-
catou where five pounds of dynamite had
been purchased. Tho clue which resulted
In the capture of the prisoner wus a letter
written to the First National bank of
Dubuque by Hoot from Algiers, La., OBk
Ing what his balance In the bank amountod
to. Tho letter was turned over to Bhorlff
Law ond ho wired the Now Orleans officials,
who took Hoot Into custody. He was going
under tho name of J. W. Howard and ap
peared to bo very much Interested In re
llgfous work. He was preparing lo go to
Central America. Ho agreed to come back
without extradition papers and was brought
to Waterloo and landed lu Jail.
His wlfo was a divorced wonmn ithn
ho married her in Kansas City nbout
Christmas time In 1898. She says be tried
to take hor life eoou after they were mar
ried and oho loft him, coming to Waterloo
and he Kolnir to Chlcaco. Iln ha mu.i
repeated endeavors to have her will her
property to mm, so she says, and this sho
iuiukb is tne motive in sending toe Infernal
machine. Shn nlnn rarrlea n nnlli-v nf tlf-
tniurance. She has filed a suit for a divorce
in addition to the criminal proceedings,
Hoot protests his Innocenco. His attorneys
have succeeded In having the case post
poned once and will mnko a bard fight for
Smallpox at Sloan.
SLOAN, la.. Nov. 7. (Spoclal.) Con
siderable excitement Is being folt here by
the develoDment of a ease at nmnllnnv
A Mr. Morgan, who bad been husking corn
south of town came to Dr. Frear's for
medical treatment. His case was suspi
cious from the first and Dr. Connlff of
Sioux City, who with local physicians held
an examination pronounced It smallpox In
a mild form and a quarlntlne was placed
over tho houso and ofilce of Dr. Frcar Sun
day. A pest house Is being built one-halt
mllo cast ot the town limits and the pa
tient will bo removed aa soon as a nurso
can bo secured.
New Policy of ArclililAhop ICrnue.
DUBUQUE, la., Nov. 7. Rov. Father No
lan, a graduate of St. Joseph's college
has left for Washington, whero ho wilt en
ter tho Catholic university to tako a post
graduate course In theology. It Is un
derstood that It is the Intention of tho
archbishop to send all worthy young
priests, who show ability In philosophical
and theological studies, to the university.
Hereafter few, If any, priests will go to
Romo to tako advanced courses, as his
graco believes tho Catholic university at
Washington to bo superior to tho schools
of tho old world.
Filltor Sees Wondern,
Editor W. V, Berry of Lexington, Tenn.,
In exploring Mammoth cave, contracted a
severe case of piles. His quick cure
through using Bucklln's Arnica Salve con
vinced him It Is another world's wonder.
Cures plies, Injuries, Inflammation and all
bodily eruptions. Only 26e at Kuhn & Co'a.
COMMENTS OF ENGLISH PRESS
Itenult of American Illeetlnn In Gen
erally Welcome to Foreign
LONDON. Nov. 7. Tho Westminster Gn
"Mr. Bryan spoko for millions conscious
ot tho tyranny ot money In the United
States, but ho fatally handicapped him
self with tho trco stiver craze. His close
association with 'Boss' Croker also blighted
their hopes in him as a cleanser of ad
The Pall Mall Gazotto says:
"Tho result is most welcome from every
viewpoint. In McKlnley and Roosevelt
Great Britain has Juot tho sort of friends
wo want. No cffuslvo rnntcrs who sicken
everybody by their excessive pretense of
cousinly unity, but qutto benevolent ncu
trnls. As a business nation, tho flnnl dc
feat of unsound money 1b most acceptable
to us. As bellevors In a puro nnd honest
administration, wo rejolco at tho defeat of
Tammany. As a member of tho community
of nations and feeling peculiarly nkln to
tho United States, Great Britain In glad to
acclaim tho defeat of tho man whoso tenure
ot office would have, meant anarchical
tendencies of all kinds."
Tho Globo, basing Its comments on the
Idea that Imperialism was tho main point
at Issue, says:
"Hencefore the United States will take
its place as a world power. To the whole
world the election Is of suprome import
ance and fraught with momentous conso
quenccs to alt nations. In this country It
will be hailed with unalloyed satisfaction
We gladly welcome tho entry of the young
giant of tho west Into the councils ot the
The St. James Gazetto rcmurks:
"It would havo been nlways unworthy
of America had the corruption nnd Job
bcry of Tammany carried tho day, but es
pecially it would havo been little short of
disastrous to the world at largo If Mr.
Bryan had received the mnndato to reverse
tho only policy tho United States can pos
sibly pursuo In Cuba nnd the Philippines
which is tho policy of Mr. McKlnley. We
may look farward with confidence to Mr,
McKlnley's lino in the far east now that
ho fools his policy has thus far com
mended Itself to tho sound views ot his
Tho Dally Chronicle, whoso editorial Is
In a vein similar to that of the Times,
snys: "The thought suggests Itself that
if tho democrats had been able to agree
they might havo secured a stronger man
than Mr. Bryan. Peace, contentment nnd
booming trade wero his worst opponent.)
It is only human nature that Great Britain
should rejolco over the success of the re
publicans nnd It Is to be hoped that the
defeat ot Tammany Hall Is tho beginning
of n now order. Mr. Roosevelt, than whom
probably a greater man has not nppeared
In American politics alnco Lincoln, Is 'ho
one man, If there bo any, who can Intro
duco purity into the American political
Tho Morning Post says: "McKlnley can
boast that he Is tho elect of tho wholo
people In a larger sense than any president
siiico tho civil war. Tho republican vic
tory will bo meinorablo in tho annals of
The Standard says: "It would bo too
speculative to say that Bryanism Is dead
as a factor In American politics, but It hau
received n staggering blow und tho ghost
of the sliver heresy is laid. Tho election
Ib a victory for Imperialism: but if Mr.
McKlnley Is to keep a united pcoplo at his
back ho must proceed with statesmanllko
caution, such au ho has already exhibited.
bngllshraen have every reason to be satlc-
Ocd with tho result."
The Dally Mall remarks: "We shall be
forgiven for not aheddlng tenrs over Mr.
Bryan. Mr. McKlnloy hna governed with
discretion through a stormy period and
brought prosperity. Ho has managed tho
inovitacio tall-twlBting during tho cam
paign Is ho gentlemanly a mannor that wo
havo not boon harmed by It. In other re
spects ho la not unfriendly toward Eng
land ana tno rorce or events will ultimately
bring the two powers togother. Wo must
bo patient ou both sides."
The Times , reverting to tho question
this morning, comments upon the "aston
ishing and unexpected completeness of
MoKlnloy's victory" and snys: "All woll-
wishers may repeat Lord Salisbury's words
to the Aniorlcan ambassador at the Guild
hall banquet after tho election of ISOtf and
congratulato tho Amerlcons upon their
'splendid pronouncement made in bohnlf of
tho principles which Ho at tho baso of all
human society.' Mr. McKlnloy's successes
In the louth and west show that numbers
of democrats havo sacrificed their party al
legiance It would bo gratifying Is Homo
means could be found to organize on u
sound basts tho historic party which occu
pies so great a traditional placo In Ameri
Tho kidneys aro small but Important
organs. They need bolp occasionally.
Prickly Ash Bitters Is a successful kidney
tonio and system regulator.
BLIZZARD ON ITS WAY SOUTH
Mlnneaota Report area! Fall In
Teniieruture with lleuvy Fall
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 7. A blizzard la
bearing down upon this section. Tho
weather has turned cold and heavy snow
storms arp roported from various places.
.New Richmond, Wis., reports flvo Inches
with the snow still falling and tho wind
blowing a galo.
Some peoplo can't drink coffee i
everybody can drink Grain-O. It
looks and tastes like coffee, but It
is made from pure grains. No
coffeo in it.
Grain-O is cheaper than coffee
costs about onc-quarter as much.
Allgrorf 15C. andSJc.
S 7 CrtHin
TMM " "
Mull's Lightning Cough Cure.
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LtGHTNlNG MEDICINE GO., Muscatine. Iowa.
I Hill H I I Wlii i
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Fifteen lets Id body for tale at very reaioibl price. The,
lots ore located In Omaha addition and U high and dry. They
will make a spleadid location tor tome factory. Several othr Iota
uttabU for building- purpoMS en et them especially will make
a fln location for a home, b.lng within en block ot the tnotar
llns and within two blocks ot a acheol kouia and churck locales'
1 tha western part ot the city.
IOWA FARMS FOR SALE
DAY & HESS, 39 Pearl St., Council Bluffs,
Unve fur ante n lame list nt Improved furiu, chlckea ruiichea, trait ami
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1C0 acres Hazel Dell twp.. 11 miles no C. B., 160-acres Missouri bottom land, 8 miles s
good bulldluuo, J15 per acre. cltyi jlu per ocrei
10 acres near Crescent, well Improved. V m acro Btock f nenr Ear Se,b Q
per ncre' chenu
CO actcs C miles east, good buildings and
fruit, $G0 P"t ncre. 320 acreB ,n Silver Creek twp., D0 per acre;
60-acro fruit turra, near city, good Improve
menu, $150 per acro.
SO-ncn fruit f-rm ndjolnlnft city. $6,000.
The nhnve la only n Multiple of nnr
B per cent lutoreat. Telephone :ttt.
Th tralldiag fonnfrly occupied by The Bee at
016 Farnam street wtll be racant November let
It aas foar sterlet aad a basement, which was
formerly used as The Bee press room. This will
be rented very reasonably. If interested, apply
at once to O. O. Rosewater, Secretary, Boom 100
Ready November First
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yrara, and Is aa
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