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rTV I'nOPHIlTV FOIl 9.VI 11.
Brand New Homes,
Bargains of the Season
Bungalows and Houses
5 to 7 Rooms
Prices $2,650 to $4,500
TERMS, ! 100 to $1,000, a liberal discount for half cash.
Balance Monthly, Like Rent
4518 N. 3Cth St, 5-r Bungalow, $2,650.
2615 Docatur 8t, 5-r Bungalow, $2,750.
2103 Military Avo., 5-r Bungalow, $2,800.
2105 Military Ave., 5-r Bungalow, $2,800.
4103 No. 19th St., 6-r Bungalow, $3,850.
3911 No. 20th St. Blvd., 6-r Bungalow, $3,850.
3911 No. 20th St. Blvd., 6-r and Bleeping porch, $3,900.
3917 No. 20th St. Blvd., 6-r and sleeping porch, $3,900.
4113 No. 20th St Blvd., 6-r and sleeping porch, $3,900.
1609 Evans St., Kountzo Place, C-r arid sleeping porch, $4,000.
1611 Evnna St., Kountro Place, 6-r and sleeping porch, $4,250.
1615 EvanB St., Kountze Place, 6-r Bungalow, $3,900.
4233 Douglas St., West Farnara, 6-r and sleeping porch, $4,500.
These houses are strictly fnodern, conveniently arranged and beauti
fully finished. All vestibules, living rooms and dining rooms are finished
in oak. Somo have built-in buffeta, window seats, beam celling and etc.
All have "Just been completed and are ready to occupy. Start now to
acquire a homo and stop paying rent. Open today for Inspection.
PAYNE & SLATER CO.
616- Omaha National Bank Bldg.
A NICE COMFORTABLE
3,300 Is a mighty low pr ce for the prop
erty, but the owner is compiled to
sell before winter and will sacri
fice. The bouse contains 7 large
rooms. Is In perfect condition and
Is well located, being on a south
front lot, one-half block from tho
car' at ittli and Spalding. It Is cer
tainly a hummer for the money. '
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO..
Douglas 1781. 3d Floor Ware Block.
FOIt SALE By owner, grood 6-rosm
bouse In good neighborhood, with plenty
fruit; icduced f.om l.60) to $2 2.0 for
quick sale for next 15 days. Easy terms.
S013 Franklin St.
FOK SALE 6712 Florence Blvd. Nloo
Vroom cottage, rast front lot. 82x207.
'On prettl st Ml. a." Kisy pavments.
Phone Douglas 1SS or Webster 1070.
FARM A RANCH LANDS FOR B A 1,11.
GOVERNMENT of Victoria. Australia,
wants settler. Government offering spe
cial Inducement for Bcttlers. Land, water,
railways, free tcliools owned by govern
ment. Excellent climate, resembling Cali
fornia; no extreme heat or cold. Irriga
ted tracts frbm 10 to 200 acres, J30 to ?W0
per acre; 31VJ years to pay for the pur
chase; lands adapted to every kind of
culture; oranges and lemons grow on
some farms with apples and pears. Wheat,
corn and alfalfa are staple crops, dairy
ing a very successful Industry. Reduced
passage for approved settlers. For par
ticulars write Mr. F. T. A. Frlcko, Gov
ernment Representative from Victoria, 6S7
Market St., San Francisco, CaL
BRITISH Columbia finest agricul
tural land, Nccharo valley, near Grand
Trunk; also Fort George, Cariboo, Peace
River, Biilkley valley. Stato requirements.
40 acres to 100,000. Lowest prices; easy
terms. Glenn & Co., 421 Pender St.,
Vancouver. B. C.
HOMEBTEAD 32u acres rich farm land
for $175. filing fees and U1; Just over Into
Colorado good stuff, not sand hills. Land
In Kimball county 10 to J15 per acre. J
A. Tracy. Kimball, Neb.
A FEW bargains: Bearing grape fruit
and orange groves. Peace River valley,
Do Soto county, Flor.da; also unimproved,
Send for list. J. G. La Coste, Sterling,
Garden and Fruit Tracts. ,
Farms of any size, just S miles north of
Council Bluffs, at bargain prices. SOS
acres,-known at Orchard Heights, subdi
vided and for sale at from WO to 1100 per
acre; easy terms. Let us show you this
land. Day & Ueta Co., 123 rear lit.,
Council Bluffs, la.
EIGHTY acres of land ciohu to town;
every acre can be farmed; will be sold
for $66.00 per to close partnership. Mort
gage ot S3.0U0. baiance must be casb.
V.U box 3W. Council Bluffs. Iowa.
Ulte. vurtlvit vvay to find a buyer Tor
Iviir luim u to Insert a small wunt al
In tht- Des Moines Cat'Kul Largeit clr
culation III the state of Iowa, ti.vw dally
'i'hu Capital Is lead by und believed In
I) tne vttuiUpatters of Iowa, who simply
i ri uiv i-t permit uny other paper In their
huir.xi liates. 1 cent a word a day,
Vi 2j ir nne per month; count six orui-l-iy
ivoidi tu the line. Address uu
.i. ,.t .Moines. Ia
tiu id reds of Men
would wont tills 40-acre farm If they
oould sea It. Six miles of Council Olu.ts
1,1. man. road, about twenty-eight acres
8uou land In cultivation; 4-room cottage;
horn, cave, cel.or, a little fru.t. one
iiua.ter mile of tchool and one mile of
antull town and raliroad station. Lies In
a' warm sunny valley protected on north
wsk.auu eaut by hills. Fine place for
t'tncrul farming, fruit growing garden
l lib, chickens and bees. Worth the price
at jl.OXi, tXw cash balance iong time.
M'GEE REAL ESTATE CO.,
10G Pearl St.
I'O YOU DO,'., i ..l l.Ni.ddlN IOWA?
The Des Molncs Capital Is Iowa's most
iaiv circu.aied und most influential
im a aaper. Jts doily circulation exceeds)
4i.wM copies. The classified advertising
rate Is 1 cent a word or 6 cents a line.
You can sell your farm In Iowa or you
can buy land In Iowa by the use of the
Dei Moines Capitol. The rate by the
month U $1.20 a in- Address The Deal
Moines Capital. De Moines, la. I
CITY PnOl'KIlTY FOR HA 1.12.
Phone Douglas 1016.
FOR BALE SO-ACRID FARM. NEAR
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IA.; 6-room dwell
Ing; barn 40x44, double corncrtb, two
wells; spring In pasture; 20 acres alfaUa,
30 acres pasture balance In corn and
oats. CIIAS. T . OFFICER. Council
PUBLIC SALE December 4, 1912: Good
Improved form. (160 Ac), near Topeko,
Kan.; to tettle an estate. For Informa
tlon wrlto W. L. Reld, Dacus, Tex.
600 PER CENT profit In 2 years: 1S.000
acres rich farming and fruit land, frost
proof belt, near Duluth's new rteel plant,
offered quick buyers, tracts 2,000 acres up,
at UL00. Very easy terms. Three rail
ways through, seven shipping points on
land. Tremendous development pending.
For map V id particulars, write Owner,
II. H. NesbTtt. Duluth. Mtnn.
Send Your Son
Will sell my 5 40-acre farm near Lewis
town, Mont, In tho Judith ba In. Fo ty
bmhels wheat, eighty oats, alfalfa, three
acre trout pond, splendid bulld-ng, cattle
and horses. Small paym. nt. t.n mg.it
consider part tiade. Owner. Addieos Y
HAVE YOU BEEN THERE?
Have you seen the display of Dawes
county products. Raised on land which
1 have for sale at from $10 per acre up
and on easy terms. It Is costing mo con
siderable money to keep this display in
Omaha for your Inspection, but costs you
nothing but the effort to go and see It.
Don't be a drone. Don't stand In your
own light go and seo my display of prod
ucts, get one of niy books of descriptions
and prices, got one of my stale maps
then como to Crawford and see tho land.
A RAH L. HUNGERFORD, CRAWFORD.
DAWEH CO., NEBR. Omaha office, 107
AlcCague Bldg,, 15th and Dodge BU., one
block oast ot postofflce. M. O. BET
MR. INVESTOR. Mr. Man with small
means: Fur sale, 11 quarters ot choice
farm land close to Sldnty, Neb., on,
.ciuh cash, bal. ten years' in ten equal
i ayments. Krneit Haas rtlrtney. .sb.
HOMESTEAD 320 acres rich farm land
for $175, filing fees and all; just over Into
Colorado good stuff, not sand hills.
Land In Kimball county $13 up to $25 per
acre. J. A. Tracy. Kimball, Neb.
tu-bUbliUL WHEAT LAND, (Z TO IU
We have for nale-ovur W.O0O acres ol
Cheyenne county, Nebraska s cholcsat
farm land, where the crop vids for U
ears. Including 1110 and averagt
Kith the best Id the slute. Alfalfa, also
a leading crop, iisttsr so1, water and
c.lniute cannot be found. Writ for fui,
information. Agents wanted evrywbr.
n-.NUIM.bLA.su INVEalMENT CO,
Bargain fcl.OO Ca,h
tO-ALuu BARG,Ui4, less than twenty
mile trom South Omaha, Think of It
$4) per acre; four-room house, 18x24. two
rooms upstairs and two down, Ifr-foot
studding; good well, born, corncrlba; W
ucres wider cultivation, lays ood and tuu
good product ve soil; crop will show tor
useif; 3d acres timber and pasture. Price
is EXTRA right and this Is bound to
greatly enhance In vaiue. Good reasons
why. Only $3,200; $700 cash, $1,000 more
March 1, balance three and five years. 8
per cent Come prepared to bur. Write
sr phone as to date beforehand If con
venient. ORIN & MERRILL CO..
121$-1214 City Natl Rank Bldg.
Farms Farms harms
Driving dUtance of Omaha; bargains.
Let us show you the goods. All sizes, all
prices, oil terms.
ORIN 8. MERRILL,
Rooms 1211-14 City Mul Bank Side
tKAl KSTM'l- ItKAI. KSTXTK
PA KM jfc RAXCll LANDS FOR SALE. PARM A RANCH LANDS FOR SALE.
Do You Want a Home In One of
the Most Beautiful Loca
tions in California?
We Are Prepared to Show You
Just Such a Home
We have just secured a large tract of land lying about five miles from the
city of Sacramento, overlooking the beautiful American river and adjoining an
other beautiful tract that has been sold and Is planted to oranges, peaches,
Plums, grupes, olives, almonds and fingltsh walnuts. This will show you what
the land will raise. We will not take you to a desert or a desolate place, but a
beautirul spot that will appeal to vou at once. A high and sightly place. The
Ideal Irrigation eystam and tho good soil Is all that could be desired.
Tho tract Is subdivided Into small acreage, ranging from ten to twenty acres,
and most every tract has more or less of those beautiful live oak trees scattered
The elevation of this tract is about
This affords a magntf.cent view of
good, puro air and a most healthy plaoo to live.
The soil will produce all kinds of citrous and deciduous fruits, nuts, gralna
and garden trucks The water supply Is an Idoal one, the water being taken from
the American river and 'a pi pod by an underground system to the property for
both domestlo and Irrigation purposes. Tho water is clear and pure, and there
are no open Irrigation ditches on the land. ,
KABY I'AY bT rUAfi.
We will sell this tract on the following eoav terms: One-fifth cash und the
balance tl.CO per acre per month. This
i.iui nome in uauionua,
Excursion November 19th
We will run on excursion November 19 to this tract. For full particulars as
to excursion rates and for illustrated literature write uu at once.
513 City National Bank Bldg.
644 ACRES land In Blaine county, Neb.
IS.26. A. W. ttelpln. 4221 Charles BL
BUY FROM OWNER.
Save commission, uood level ',-4 section.
Cheyenne county, where wheat made 42
bu., oa.s SO bu. per aero. Ripley, 2221
A GREAT BARGAIN.
If you are looking for a No. 1 farm and
stock ranch, here It Is. 400 acres, 12 miles
trom Curtis, Neb.; (where new utato
njrrifMiltllrnl irhnnl la lnrntml. 1.V) m'ra
J In cultivation, balance pasture land. 75
acres moro can be piowed. Land lays nne
no better anywncre. Price $16.60 per
acre tor short time only. Investigate
Good terms. Addieas Lock Box 47
FOIt SALE 1C0 acres good farm land:
40 acres broke, balance all tillable;
miles trom Dailaa and & mile from
Colome. Price, $40 per acre, payable
$1,100 cash. 12,500 March 1, 18U; $I.4W
March l 1317. Addniw Box 1M, Dallas.
480 ACRES In Clark county, Southi Da
kota, four miles from county seat. 800
ucres broke, a good set of Improvements.
Pilco $55 an acre on good terms.
E. P. Thompson, Lyons, Neb.
HOMKo'lEAU icilnqulshment on choice
quarter sect.on, near good town; school
facilities, near the Nebraska line. Price,
$200. Slui.cr & Carey, 1014 City National
CHEAP patented stato school lands,
south Texas, $1 an acre cash, balance ten
years. For all particulars write F. A.
Connable. trustee, 4bi Commercial Bank
Bldg., Houston. Tex.
BUY SPOICANe" PROPERTY.
One aero that will auon ba worth $1,000
for $6001 terms. Write
EMERY 8. BAYLEY,
FOR 8ALEOno tract of S.90O acres of
I splendid southern lands, situated on two
'railroads; good t.aisaln for investment or
colonisation. W. II. Fitzpatrlck, 200-201
' Masonic Temple, Mobile, Ala.
NOTICH, UU' ELECTION.
To the Qualified Voters of the Village of
Ralston. Douglaa County, Nebraska:
Notice Is hereby given that puisuaut to
the provision of ordinances duly passed
and published, as required by law, by the
Chairman and Board of Truateea of tho
Village of Italston, Douglas County, Ne
braska, a special election has been called
arid will be held in the Village of Ral
ston, on Tuesday, the 6th day of Novem
ber, 1V1Z. between tliu hours of nine (S)
o'clock A. M. and seven (7) o'clock P. M
at the Lumber Yurd Office in aaid Vil
lage, for the purpose of submitting to
the qualified voters ot said Village, th
question and pioposltlun of issuing
"WATER BONDS" In the sum of Twelve
thousand ($12,000.00) Dollars, as follows:
QUESTION AND PROPOSITION OF
"Shall Bonds ot the Vlllago or Ralaton
In the sum of Twelve thousand (I12.uw.u0j
Dollars be Issued as may be required, for
the purpose or Nrovldlng for a supply of
water (or the purpose ot fire protection
and pubiia use und for the use of tb
Inhabitants ot the Village of Ralston, by
the creation or construction ot a system
Ol w'rr mains within
said Village or Ralston, said bonds to
become due In twenty (20) years from
their date or issue, payable at the option
ot said Village at any time after five
year from their date, drawing Interest
not exceeding six per cent (ii per
annum, payable semi-annually, with n.
'terest coupons attached, said bonds to
be called -WATER BOND8' and not to
be sold (or less than parr'
THE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF
TRUSTEED OF THE VILLAGE OF
By u M. uiunnkk. Chairman.
C. M. ANTHONY, Village Clerk.
VllWe ot Ralston.
TIVK HTOI'K M IIKVT r U'KHT
Hhlp live ato.'k to South Omaha. Bave
mlleag and shrinkage. Your consign
menu reotlve prompt and careful atten
tion. Z.lve Stark rommUaloa Merchant.
BXJtaS BP.OS. CO, Strong, r
SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 3, 1012.
Wfeet higher than the city of Sacramento.
the surroundings and assures plenty of
makes It easy for anyone to own a boau-
Telephono Douglas 2S19.
LIVE stock market ok wkst
Llve Stock Commission Merchants.
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Martin 'trun. & Co.. Kxrhsnic Blag.
Cluy, Hooiuson at Co., MO Exchange Uleg.
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BOMB IN DEMOCRATIC CAMP
Letter Against Repealing: 8 O'clock
Law Creates Consternation.
REPUBLICAN STOCK GOES UP
Epistle Was Written uy MorrhenU
in Answer to n Decor Letter
Asking; a Statement of
A sharp turn liu taken placo In local
politics with a material rise In repub
lican stock and depress on of demooratlo
hopes in Douglas county.
It has all come about over tho dis
tribution In foe simile form of a letter
written by Cundldate-tor-Governor More
head, who tops the democratic ticket,
putting hlmtelf down unconditionally
against the ropeal of the 8 o'clock closing
law. The letter Is addressed to a Rev.
Mr. Douglas, evidently In answer to a
decoy, but Its authenticity Is not denied.
Candidates for local offices on the dem
ooratlo ticket are naturally very much
put out. especially as one of the pet
planks In their platform pledges their
best effort, If elocted, to repeal the 8
o'clock law. One of them was vont-ng
Ids opinion forcibly today:
"If we are beaten we can blame It to
that fool letter which has tipped the
whole bucket as far as Douglas county
Is concerned. We had tho republicans
beaten to a frassle, from top to bottom,
until they sprung this thing on us, And
now I wouldn't be surprised If even Al
drlch carried the Third ward, which he
lost by 1.C00 two years ago when ho was
running on a county option platform."
Golden Amulet of King
Menes is Recovered
CHICAGO, Nov. 2. The golden amulet
or King Menes has been recovered by the
Haskell Orlmital museum ot the Univers
ity of Chicago, It was announced tonight,
but defaced so as to make Its authen
ticity questionable. The priceless relic,
8,600 years old. which wns stolen f roii the
museum last January, was round burled
under a stono near the university build
ings. An anonymous letter told the detec
tives where to dig and a few moments
search brought to II' ht a battored bit
of gold, that later Prof. Jaraes II. Brest.
' curator or tho museum, pronounced to be
I the stolen .amulet, but so mutilated as to
maku It valuoloss as a relic The tiler
I ogplyphlcs representing the king's namn
I and tho picture writings on the aumulet
have been pounded Into Illegibility, ac
cord' ng to Prof. Breasted.
John C. Hartsel) wns convicted on ringer
print of stealing the amulet. He Is await
Ing a new trial.
GREAT CATHOLIC CHURCH
GIFT OF THOMAS F. RYAN
NEW YORK, Nov. t. The new church
edifice of St. Jean Bnptlste. now nearlng
completion In this city at a cost ot
$l,000,(jrv, is the girt or Thomas F. Ityan
to the Fathers of the Blessed Sacrament.
This announcement wns msde today by
, Father Lettelller, superior or the ordor.
I The old church or Bt. Jean Baptlste, lo
cated on East Sixth street,. Is widely
known an the church, ot miraculous
cures. To Its shrine thousnnds or crip
ple! and suffering Catholics made pil
grimages and tho crutches end surgical
, appliances- abandoned by thnm form a
i large collection, which Is exhibited at
The announcement today says the new
church nt Soventy-slxth street and Lex
ington avenue will be one of tho largest
and most imposing Roman Cathollo
structures In America. It will accommo
date 8,0fO persons and will be built In
'the shape of a Latin cross with throe
naves, two twin towers and a groat
dome. Tho towers will be 160 teet in
height and the domo will ba 180 feet.
BANK R0BW SUSPECTS
WILL BE RELEASED
COLUMBUB, O,, Nov. J.-H. E. Camp
bell and Joseph G, Gavin, who were ar-
rested here yesterday In connection with
the bank robbery at New Westminster,
Canada, several months ago probably
' will be released within a day or two
as neither the Chicago nor the local
police can Identify them as tho men
wanted for tho nobbery. Gavin was ar.
rested In Chicago several weeks ngo, but
was soon released, Hnw"rr -".n
under arrest hero know "Big Charley"
Montague for whom tho po ice . ,ne
country are searching. Montague Is said
to have been one of the men who robbed
tho Now Westminster bank and later .
attempted to kill a Chicago policeman
whon, about to be placed under arrest
"OMAN IS ACCIDENTALLY
SHOT dv i,PR HUSBANr
SIOUX FA LI A B D Nov. t-Rpe-o'al.)
Mrs. Axel Anderson, wife of a
well known farmer living near the vlt
lage of Gnodwln, Is In a critical condition
as the result of accidentally being shot
by her husband. Anderson was engaged
1 In cleaning a gun when the weapon was
, areldentally discharged. The entire
! change passed through the fleshy portion
of his wife's leg Just below the knee
Sfverng tho arteries. Circulation hav
ing stopped gangrene set In. and In onlor
I to save her life physicians amputated
the Injured limb. At present she Is verv
weak from loss of blood and It Is reared
she will be unable to survive the shock
for The Bee by
Final Plans for the
Pinal details ot the program or bust
ness and entertainment ror the teachers
who como to the annual convention ot
tho Nebraska Stale Teachers' association
Wednesday were made at the Commercial
club nt noon.
The elm rman of the various committees
which havo been preparing .or the con
vention mot with the chairman ot the
committee of the whole, Superintendent
II IT. draff or the Omaha sohoola, and
dlscuased the plans. It wan said all the
arrangements havo been made and each
oommltteo has done Its port In the prep
arations. Girl Mistaken for
Marauder is Shot
LEXINGTON, Ky., Nov. l.-MIss Mabol
Dunne, aged 30, daughter or W, Dunne,
president or the Citizens' National bank
or Noblesvlllo, Intl., was shot and prob
ably fatally Injured early today while
with a party of young folks coon hunt
ing near Maysvllle, Ky. The party was
passing through the farm or Best Qalt
and thinking they were Hallowe'en
marauders, ho fired on them,
STREET CAR EMPLOYES GET
MORE PAY THAN CLERGYMEN
CHICAGO, Nov. L Btreot car employes
In CHIcntfo aro more highly paid than
clergymen, tlv.Hr average pay about equals
that or college professors and exceeds
that or bank clerks.
This was the opening ntatement today
of N, G. faoore, rnprcventlng the Chicago
Railways company In tho controversy bc
foro a board of arbitration over the sub
ject of tho street car men's wages. In
ternational Prntldent W. D. Malion of the
street car men's union had argued that a
family or flvo In Chicago must havo an
annual Inoomo or $1,131.44 to make ends
"Preachers average only $350 a year,"
said Mr. Moore.
"They work for God, though, and not
for a Btreot railroad company," said Cir
cuit Judgo Klckham Hcanlan, arbitrator
for the men on tho board of throe.
SPECIAL SERVICE FOR FARLEY
AT MORMON TABERNACLE
SALT LAKE1 CITY, Nov. l.-CSxrdlnal
Farley lett Salt Lako City over the
Western Pncirio railroad at 4:20 this
utternoon for Ban Francisco. He was the
gueot of Bishop Lawrence Bcanlan while
here, but ho received many attentions
from prominent laymen. Including a spe
cial organ oervlce at tho Mormon taber
nacle. Visits to several Cathollo Insti
tutions occdpled Uie forenoon.
FATAL AUTO ACCIDENT
HUMBOLDT. Ta., Nov. 2.-Whlle at
tempting to pass anothor automobile op
a road near hero today Charles Kennlnt
was pitched from his machine and In
stsntly killed. Three other occupants ol
the machlno wero slightly Injured.
Commercial Club Members
Proud of the New Quarters
TlxxyitX. ?RPrm vixfmk&m. ii Wj V l too cutie-t 1lsr
. , ,
"Is It cold enough for youT" Is one
question whose trite syntax and thought
will shine with a lUHter of newness to
attaches of the Commercial club, when
compared with any certain sot ot ques
tions and remarks which now are des
tine to be listed among the archaic up
the o on the eighteenth iloor or the Wood
men or the Word building.
The new quarters and by the way, can
sjm.bid' sujr.e t a -e I a Ion for the
placo besides "new quarters" the new
quarters probably ever will reverberate
the same sounds In strangers' voices on
their walks through the club rooms, re
marks eleclted by the various sights to
be seen there.
Since the rooms were opened about two
weeks ago the ears of the club attache
have become bores moly a tuned to a list
of conventional exclamations of surprise
announcement or discoveries and state
ments or opinion.
It already has become customary for
them either (o give answers to the ques
H. B. Martin
Sixteen Are Hurt in
Wreck at Kansas City
KANSAS CITY, Mo" Nov. L-Slxtecn
persons were Injured several of them
seriously early today when an open
switch caused two west-bound Atohlson,
Tnpcka & Santa Fe passongor trains to
collide In the railroad yards here. A
chair car and a buffet car on train No.
11 practically were demolished. That
none was kilted was bellaved due to the
tact that both trains were running
slowly when No. 9 entered the open
switch and crashed Into the sldo ot th
Atnrng the moro serlous'y Injured woro:
Joseph V, Croiler, Minneapolis 8. O.
Davis. St. Joseph, Mo.; V, M, Spool,
Oelwoln, In.; McConkey Etdle, Salt Lak
City, and Mrs. Suite MoKlnney, Hutchin
ARMY OFFICERS TRANSFERRED
AT THEIR OWN REQUESTS
WASHINGTON, Nov. 1. The follow.
Ing transrers at the request of the of
ficers concerned are ordered by the
"War department: Pint Lieutenant Fred
erick E. Wilson from the Seventh In
fantry to the Sixth Infantry. First Lieu
tenant James G. Taylor from the Sixth
Infantry to the Seventh infantry. First
Lieutenant Harry Hawley, Second In
fantry, Is transferred to the Ninth In
fantry. Kxploalon In Dubuque Foundry.
DUBUQUE. Ia., Nov. 2. Three, em
ployes of the McDonal foundry here
were Injured, one of them probably
fatally, In an oxploslnn of molten metal
today. Oscar Steecher was the most
seriously Injured and Is not expected to
Woman Ends Life.
KIMBALL. H. D., Nov. i-Mrs. John
Thull. aged 40, was found hanging to a
tree In a rasture near Gann Valley this
morning. She hod left home during tho
night. The woman had been ill for six;
Wealthy Fnrtner Killed.
ABERDEEN, B. D.. Nov. J. Ed Pearr
eon, a wealthy farmer living near Hecln,
today fell from the top of a grain wagon,
lils Ife was crushed out beneath tho
wheels. He leaves a widow and eight'
Daniel Cnmtnlns Dies of Wound,
SIOUX CITY. Ia,. Nov. J.-Danlel Cum
mins, shot at thhe home of James Chlnn
near here Thursday afternoon, died today,
Chlnn, who Is In custody, claims the
uhootlng was accidental, Tho men had
been the beat of friends.
r ' Oxran Steamers.
,,, Krapresa ot Imtl
..Ancona Due d Qenov
C'tlc , Ifendoia.
Beono Arree. 1
t M. Washington
A I.M Bill A
tions before they are asked, to concurr li
opinions before they are given or strike
a-t attitude denoting great surprise before
tho visitor In the club gets to that point
of Impression which Invariably provokes
If a stranger now should come to tho
place, look out a window In the north
west corner of either floor and not
excitedly declare, "My gracious, doesn't
Famam street look flat." his clserono
would swoon from disappointment.
Likewise. If he should pass comment
on the furniture and no remark. "The
furniture Is simple, but I like simple,
furniture," his guide would be heavily
stricken with a wonderment whether he
was a human being, for everyone who
comes to the Commercial club liken
"simple furniture," no matter If he has
his home flled with spiral chairs and
chiffoniers Inlaid with jade and glnger
bread. And. of course there Is the ubiquitous
young lady who things It alt "Just too
cute for anything-."