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Btockert Carpet Co. , 205-207 Dwy.
Moore's food kills worms and fattens.
Dell Q. Morgan , drugs , 112 Uroadway.
C. D. Jacqueraln & Co. , jewelers and op
ticians , 27 South Main street.
The city council will meet In adjourned
regular seralon this evening.
The regular monthly meeting of the Hoard
of Education will bo held this evening.
I. N. Fllcklngor left yesterday for DCS
Molncs to look after nemo cases before tbo
supreme court.
J. C. Dlxby , heating and sanitary engineer.
J'lans and specifications for heating , plumb *
ing and lighting. 202 Main , Council llluffa.
Don't you think It must be a pretty good
laundry that can please BO many hundreds
of customers ? Well that's the "Eagle , "
724 liroadway.
Members of Company L , Fifty-Orel Iowa
volunteers. In camp at San Francisco , Ituvo
written relatives and friends here thot Uc
regiment will probably sail October 2i for
tbo Philippines.
All members of Council Dluffs lodge , No.
270 , ancient Order of United Workmen , arc
requested to be at the hnll at 1 o'clock
sharp this afternoon to attend the funeral
of C. L. Neunas.
Colonel 10. H. Fonda and others nf this
city are expecting to attend the state en
campment of the Union Vetwns' union ,
which meets at Marshnlltown Tuesday and
Wednesday of this week.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Cornelius
Armstrong was held from the residence , i7
Seventeenth uvcnue , yesterday morning , the
services being conducted by Hev. Henry De-
Long. Interment was In Falrvlew cemetery.
The Men's club of the First Prisbyterl.M
church has elected the following offlMM for
the ensuing year : President , Dr. K S.
Thomas ; vice president. A. S. Ilazelton ; eu-
retary , II. G. McGee ; treasurer , F. E. Hoag-
Clarence Pullman , ft young man who
claimed to bo from Lincoln , Nob. , applied
for lodging at the police station yesterday.
He was In a very dilapidated condition nnd
appears to bo ailing both physically and
The case of the City of Cnnnc.ll niurfs
against the Omaha & Council Bluffs Hall
way and Bridge company Is set fov trial In
the superior court tomorrow. The city
claims from the motor company $ S,4 3 f2 ! foi
Intersection paving taxes and the ault. wut
originally commenced In 1891.
The llttlo streak of sunshine , Sadlo Raymond
mend , nnd a really good company In "The
Missouri Girl , " was the attraction at the
Dohany theater last n'ght ' and It scored i
well deserved success. Miss Raymond Ir
the title role and Fred Raymond as "Zcke"
did some very clever pieces of acting which
fairly captured the audience. T .o house was
well filled nnd Manager Harrington opens
< ho season with the best of prospects.
Two small colored boys were found by tin
police yesterday trying to imrslmsci a IP-
volvcr at Sam Friedman's pawnshop or
liroadway. When taken to the ! : illon thj
handed over a pocketbook contaln'ng $3 ir
cash nnd two return trip tickets to Chicago
They claimed to have picked up the poc"t )
book at the exposition. Neither if the boyi
waa over 11 years of age so the pollco It-
them go , but retained the nockctboi'c ' am
Charles Lurtwlg Neunas died at his hnmi
at 712 Fourth street Saturday evnlns after i
brief Illness. The funeral will lcav < j tin
residence this afternoon at 2 o'clock am
services will be held at the German Lutnevri
church a half hour later. , DeecassJ was (
member of the Ancient Order of Unite
Workmen and the members of the ! ods <
will attend the funeral In n body. He leavei
a wlfo and five children. Mr. Neunas hi'i '
been In the meat business In this city foi
uoventcen years.
Physical perfection , the secret 'of beauty
Call o send for "Vlavl Message. " Vlavl Co.
826 MtiTlam Block.
N. Y. Plumbing company. Tol. 2CO.
Snap Shots , a beautiful souvenir of th
exposition , containing reproductions of al
the prominent buildings , together with i
bird's-eye and general views of the grounds
can bo had at the Council Bluffs office o
The Bee for 25 cents. It Is Just the thlni
to send to your friends at a distance.
Miss Julia Omeer , teacher of piano , 53
Willow avenue. Fall and winter term.
Will Adi-mi the I3xi "HI ii.
Today Is Odd Fellows' day at the Trans
iiilttslsslppl Exposition and this accounts fo
the arrival of many delegates In advance c
the meeting of the grand lodge. The via
Ulng nnd local members of the order wl
meet this morning at 8:30 : o'clock at Od
Fellow's temple on Broadway and procec
from there In a body to Omaha.
Tomorrow the annual conclave of th
grand encampment will be convened In Od
Fellers' temple. At the evening Bcssto
degrees will bo conferred by the degre
staff of Ottuinwa. The Rebckah degree eta
of Ottumwa will also confer the Rcbeka
degree for the state assembly , which wl
bo In session at the same time.
Wednesday afternoon there will be
grand parade , starting from the temple i
1:30 : o'clock. The parade will bo forme
as follow a : Platoon of police , Marshal (
D. Wheeler and aides , band , members <
cantons , members of subordinate lodge
members of encampments , grand ledge on
cera In carriages. The line of march wl
bo from the temple west on Broadway
Pearl street , south to the Junction of Ma
street , north on Main to Broadway , cast
South First , north to Washington nvcnu
west to Sixth street , south to Broadwt
and east to the temple , where the follov
ing exercises will be carried out : Addre
of welcome by Mayor Victor Jennings , ni
dress of welcome on boh alt of local lodg
by Colonel C. G. Saunders , response to ai
dresses of welcome by J. C. Koonz of Bu
II zton , grand master.
The day's program will close with a grai
ball at night In the largo hall at the ten
jile , for which elaborate preparations ha'
been made by the local members.
Thursday and Friday the delegates w
get down to business and the two days w
bo devoted to business pertaining to tl
meeting of the grand ledge and Rebeki
Condensed Miik
HtwVcw CwtotusiD MILK CO.N.Y
Meeting of the Iowa Body Will Be a Most
Important Occasion ,
Cclclirntlon nt the Kxpoltlon Drmvn
Them In Advance of ( lie Conven
tion of ( he Lattice Committee *
Hare Their Ilnnilii Full.
Council BluffB will be In the hands of
the Odd Fellows this week , the occasion be
ing the meeting of the grand ledge and the
grand encampment and already there Is a
goodly number of the members of the fra
ternity In the city. The hotels are rapidly
filling up and , as between 1,200 and 1,500
visitors arc expected during the week , the
question of finding them accommodations
Is ono that at present Is of much concern
to the members of the local lodges and
the entertainment committee In particular.
Every room In the Grand hotel has been
secured In advance as headquarters for the
oflloers of the grand lodge and the grand
encampment and as the other hotels arc
already well filled up with exposition visit
ors , the local committee will find It neces
sary to take care of the visiting delegates
t private houses.
The local committee , on Whose shoulders
ests all the responsibility for the arrange
ments for the meeting of the grand lodge ,
s composed as follows : J. F. Spare , chair-
nan ; Asa D. Van Horn , secretary ; S. S.
Ccllor , Herman Schurz , J. W. Schoenlng ,
Harris , A. N. Lund , O. D. Wheeler , W.
I. Mullen , D. C. Bloomer , L. Hammer ,
, E. Mitchell , J. B. Illshell , Peter Rnpp ,
. A , Grout.
A reception committee to meet the In-
omlng delegates nt the several depots has
een appointed as follows : Rock Island
nd Milwaukee depots : L. E. Brldensteln
ohn Gilbert , Julius Jensen , C. C. Yancey ,
V. II. Smith , T. H. Rlley , Ed Rosenberg
C. F. Lannlng. J. D. Alahel. Northwest
ern depot : L. Harris , Peter Rapp , Julius
Jngcr. Burlington-depot : I. N. Parsons , E
I. Ohlendorf , Ernest Bird , F. A. Grout , C
laycs , T. Bailey , A. McMullen , F. Hart
transfer depot : S. S. Keller , Harry Lenox
J. F. Spare and S. S. Keller comprlsi
ho committee on hotels.
The question of the location of Odd Fel-
ows' Orphans' home will come up at th <
meeting of the grand lodge and some flna
ctlon In the matter Is looked for. Judg (
Icndereon of Indiana has arrived and will
resent the claims of his town before thf
odge. Judge ! 5ala A. Church of Jefferson li
Iso on the ground and It Is understood h <
will urge the claims of his town. Colfax
t Is believed , Is now In the field with i
When nsked regarding the Orphans' homi
question Mr. Koonz , the grand master , said
"I cannot , of course , say what dlsposltloi
he grand lodge will make of the matter
j\it \ I believe that some action will un
oubtcdly be taken at this meeting. For m :
lart I sincerely hope It will , 'for such nctloi
ertalnly would be for the best Interest :
if the order. I understand that Indlnnoli
ntcnds holding the grand lodge to Its con-
ract of two years. Judge Henderson o
ndlanolo. had the matter up on appeal t (
ho sovereign grand lodge In Boston a coupli
of weeks ago , but that body sustained th
owa grand ledge In refusing to order thi
mlldlng of the home at Indlanola. Thu
.he matter Is left entirely In the hands o
.he grand ledge to decide. "
Among the prominent members of th
order who arrived yesterday Is J. Norwooi
Clark of Iowa City , treasurer of the gram
mcampment , who has been a member o
ho order for sixty-one years. He Is th
oldest living Odd Fellow In lown and prob
ably In the United States , It not the world
Others who have arrived are : A. J. Morrl
son of Marengo , treasurer of grand lodge
W. Musson of Dos Molnes , grand secretary
iV. P. Sharp of Ottumwa , past grand master
J. W. Bulln of Clinton , grand representa
Ive to supreme lodge ; W. V. Tufford o
Clinton , reporter for grand lodge , and Mrs
Tufford , who Is reporter for the Rebekal
assembly. Mrs. Belle Boy Hetzel of Avoca
president of the Rebekah state assembly , ha
arrived and has established her headquar
crs at the Grand.
Those desiring conies of the Jubilee edl
Ion of The Dally Bee can secure them a
ho Council Bluffs officeof The Bee.
Walter Johnson , lawyer , notary , Sapp bll
Collections made everywhere In U. 8.
A. C. Ellsworth used Cole's Hot Bias
leater last winter ,
Democrat * Itnlnlnrr the AVI ml.
The executive committee of the Pottawnt
ta.ni to County Democratic club and the clt
and county central committees held a pow
wow yesterday afternoon at the city hal !
The candidates are not showing any grea
alacrity In stepping up to the captain1
desk and paying their assessments and t
secure funds for the campaign It was de
cldod that It would be necessary to mak
a levy on officeholders under the presen
democratic city administration. This mean
that the members of the police force , froi
the chief down to the patrol driver , 'nn
the members of the sewer gang , from th
boss , Pat Sullivan , down to Mike O'Flahert ;
who cvnrns $1.50 a day when ho works , wl
have to divvy up.
Those desiring copies of the Jubilee edl
tlon of The Dally Bee can secure them i
the Council Bluffs olllco of The Bee.
Part 2 of The Bee's pnotogravures of tr.
exposition Is now ready and can be had i
the Council Bluffs ofUce.
Kuuerul t John Alilex.
All that was mortal of the late Joh
Ahles was laid to rest yi < stenlay afternoc
In Falrvlew cemetery. The funeral , whlc
was held from the residence on Myustt
street , was attended by the members i
the Trcubund In a body and a largo nun
her of the German . 'esldcnts of the clt
The services were conducted by Rev. J. (
Lemen of the Christian Homo and tl
casket was covered with many beautlfi
Iloral offerings. The pallbearers wer
Oeorgo Schlndele , F. Mlttnacht , L. Lusbai
It. Orlmmelman , August Schultze at
Chris Fnul , Tbo remains were followed
the cemetery by a. long certege.
Those desiring conies of the Jublleo ed
tlon of The Dally lice can secure them
the Council UluflB olllco of The Bee.
The- wonder of the Transmlsslsslppt E
position Is Colo's Hot Blast Heater. It glv
absolute cleanliness , even hent aid Bin
work out of common soft coal at ; can be i
from hard eoul. it saves millions. .See it
the Wigwam , or Cole & Cole's , il Ma
street , Council Bluffs.
Thlevex nt Atluntle.
ATLANTIC , la. , Oct. IB. ( Special Tel
gram , ) Ma > or Jones of this city reeelvi
an anonymous letter Saturday from abro :
stating that professional crooks within
few days would make a raid on a Jewell
or clothing store here. He took the hi
and detailed a counfc specials , who abe
midnight discovered a burglar In Joe
lurncas * clothing store , who was passing
lolts of cloth out through a door panel. It
was very dark and the light was extin
guished. During the scuttle when the ar
rest was made one escaped. The other , who
was captured , U noncommittal ,
Mnrrleil Thren Tlnien lo the Slime
Woman In I Mvn.
DBS MOINES , Oct. 1C. ( Special. ) John
K. Ware and Esther Gould of Hunnells were
married for the third time Friday. The
ceremony was performed by Justice Blyler ,
Ware told hie story to the court yester
day , when the ceremony was performed.
They were first married In this county In
1890 and removed to Colfax , where they
lived together In perfect happiness for sev
eral years. Work became slack for Ware ,
who ls a plasterer by trade , and he wcnl
to Falrflcld In search of employment. There
ho found work and also another girl. H
divided his time between his work and tlu
girl until finally a climax was reached ant
ho was given his option of marrying the
girl or standing trial on a criminal charge
Ware was In a quandary. He could nol
marry the girl without laying himself llabli
to prosecution for bigamy and It he did no
marry her ho was In Just as bad a. fix.
Finally ho concluded to take the dllemmi
by the horns and returned to Colfax , when
ho told his story to his wife. She llstcne <
through It and finally It was agreed be
twecn them that she should secure a ill
vorce , naming the Falrfleld girl as co-re
spondcnt , and that ho ebould marry the co
respondent , but with the understanding tha
ho should secure a divorce from1 her at tin
earliest possible day and return , to his firs
wlfo. The divorce was obtained as agreei
and the marriage at Falrflcld solemnlzci
and the criminal prosecution dropped.
Then Ware commenced to watch for th
opportunity to break with his second wife
Finally the opportunity presented Itself nm
he retained an attorney to sue for a divorce
Ho was told that the decree had bcoi
granted and hurried back to this county
where Esther was waiting for him.
They were married and then Ware wa
surprised and disappointed to learn that th
decree of divorce obtained In Jeffersoi
county was Invalid. He was up against
possible term In the penitentiary for big
amy again , but this time had the satlsfac
tlon of knowing that he had acted on th
supposition that ho had a perfect and legs
right to marry. But he was determined t
straighten the tangle out and went bac
to Falrfleld , where he retained another at
torney and renewed his plea for a divorce
Ho was successful and after securing hi
decree ho returned at once to his first lov
and yesterday they were married again , an
this time , they Bay , for the last time an
for all time.
I.lneoln Tell * of lovrii Solillem.
DES MOINES , Oct. 16. ( Special1. ) ;
local paper prints the following letter fror
Brigadier General Lincoln , dated Hunts
vllle :
"Knowing you like to publish good thing
about the Iowa boys , I send you an cxtrac
from a letter I just received from Brlgadle
General Charles King , now organizing th
department of Hawaii : 'I was "euchercd
out of Manila , but had some compensatlo
In meeting and knowing the Fifty-firs
Iowa , one of the best regiments that gal
rant state ever sent to the field , and ther
was no better soldier In the brigade I ha
the honor to command than your friend an
former assistant , Ite tip top adjutant , Majo
Davidson. General King Is a good judge c
war and regiments. We have an Iowa bo
here , from Monroe county , who Is an hona
to the state. Captain J. K. Thompsoi
assistant adjutant general on the eta ft c
General Copplngcr. He Is not only capabli
but glad to help those needing his assist
ance. If every regular ofllcer would hel
as ho does there would not have been s
much heard of Inexperienced etaff officer !
Captain Thompson has well performed hi
own work , and found time to break 1
others to their work. Ho does not crltlclsi
but helps. I am expecting In a few day
to know my destination , which , I supposi
will bo Cuba. Our corps Is being fined u
and will soon be In shape for any dut ;
Health good and everything satisfactory. "
Reunited After Forty Yearn.
MASON CITY , la. , Oct. 10. ( Special.- )
Last week Clerk Keerl granted a marrlag
certificate to Hiram Burt and Minnie S
Knowlcs. This couple were united In mai
rlage before the civil war. Mr. Burt , Ilk
all loyal American citizens , deemed It hi
duty to go to the front , which be die
lolnlne the union army. For a whlhj the
corresponded regularly , but finally the coi
respondence ceased and she heard no mot
from him until the report came that h
was ehot and killed In one of the fierce ]
contested battles between the north an
south. She made all sorts of Inquiries r <
gardlag his whereabouts but could find nettIng
Ing further. In time she fell In love wit
another man and obtained a divorce froi
her first husband , after which she marrle
and went to live In the east After the w
Mr. Burt , who was not dead as suppose )
reeked for his wlfo but could flnd no tra <
of her. so he obtained a divorce and mai
rled a second wife. Mr. Burt and his secon
wife lived happily together In the WG
until death separated them. Mr. Burt the
returned to the east , where he happened I
run across some of his children by his fln
wife and then to his great Joy ho fouc
his first wife , whoeo husband had died. Tin
both came out here and were granted
marriage license and are now once moi
husband and wife.
Reception to u AVnr Correspondent.
LEMARS , la. , Oct. 16. ( Special. ) A r
ccptlon given to Trumbull White and wl
at Washington hall was attended by hui
dreds of people. Mr. and Mrs. White hai
just come to Lemars from Puerto Rico. M
White was the Chicago Record corr
spondent at Slboney and Santiago during tl
fighting and Mrs. White was on the pe
snnal staff of Clara Barton In the Red Cro
service. Mrs. White Is a sister of Mr
F. B. Yates and formerly lived In Lemai
An Informal tafk of an hour by Mr. Wbl
on the Inner workings of military ni
newspaper life at the front was the spec !
feature of the evening. The lecture was
vivid and accurate description of the coui
try and the scenes of war.
t Women nllil MHHOIIN. |
. I FORT MADISON. la. . Oct. 16. ( Spec !
, Telegram. ) The annual convention of t
I Des Molncs branch of the W
> men's Foreign Missionary soclej
with delegates representing low
Missouri and Kansas , closed ted
with elaborate services In all the church <
The work of the society was found to
progressing finely. The following offlcf
were elected : President , Miss E. Pearsc
n ' Dos Molnea , In. ; corresponding secretai
3 ; Mrs. M. S. Houston , Burlington ; recordl
' secretory. Miss Gatchcll , DCS Molnes ; trea
1 urcr. Mrs. E. A. Stanley. Fort Mndlso
secretary of supplies , Mrs. Miller , Kans
Clime ( if I-'UtlciifTx.
I RIVERTON , la. . Oct. 18 ( Special. )
1 William Mayer nnd Luther flrcenler engag
i In a fistic carnival In front of the Nlsh
r Valley bank Friday evening and did eat
t . other considerable damage ,
t j Mr. Miller , a young farmer living tie
. * M
town , was kicked by a horse Saturday and
his arm broken. „
loirn NeiV
In Scott county there ar'I13 public school
hotinea and thirteen private ones.
The National bank of 'Sidney ' has begun
business with an authorized capital of $60-
000. '
The convention of the ilowiv. Rail way Sur
geons' association nt Clinton was attended
by 170 members.
Thomas Scholcs of Madrid has struck two
gushers In the form of artesian wells. They
flow two barrels a inlnuto and are COO feet
Reuben Bennett of Webster City , known
aa the Hamilton county miser , Is ileAd. He
lived In a miserable hut , though known to
bo wealthy.
The election of Women's Christian Tem
perance union officers at the Waterloo state
convention became so warm that It looked
very like politics.
Now Dubuque Is enjoying a very different
kind of a carnival to that experienced sev
eral weeks ago a carnival of crime and
the police appear powerless.
On November 1 the present contract with
the job printers' union at Des Molnei will
expire nnd the shops are getting ready to
resist the movement for a nine-hour day.
A lawyer of Sac City received a handsome
mastiff by express , c. o. d. Ho docs not
know where It came from , but It Is costing
him U.GO a day to feed the handsome aal-
The United States marshal of Iowa has
announced that the bootlegg-jra engaged In
selling liquor to Indians around Sioux City
will be arrested and rearrested until tbo
dangerous traffic Is broken up. They fear
trouble there similar to that which has
i broken out In Minnesota.
j A Webster City man , who discovered the
destroyer of his domestic happiness occupy-
1 lug his bedroom on his return unexpectedly
from a visit , discarded the shotgun and had
the fellow sent to the pentcnttary for three
years , the maximum penalty.
I'remi Comment.
Sioux Center Free Press : Talk about
there being no money ! A man was noticed
on the street yesterday carrying a sackful
of coin nearly n half bushel.
Sioux City Tribune : Sioux City's big now
brewery Is getting along finely now , but
U will bo quite a while before It Is doing
business. In the meantime Imported beer
j will continue to come In by the carload.
} Marshalltown Times-Republican : While
I so many railroads , are being built Just now
' In Iowa on paper that will probably nevei
materialize Into grades and rolling stock ,
1 while many corner lots will be sold ti
these new ( to be ) towns and lack building
for years to come , still we have before us
several talked of new railroads for wntcn
-there Is a legitimate demand and promising
future. It would seem as though , with all
of the present railroad lines In lown ( In o
, sUite where It Is a fact that one can only gel
eleven mllen from a railroad ) they could
move the products of the 'soil of Iowa. And
It Is true that they do carry the surplus be > -
, yond our borders , but not always when thi
I shipper wants to sell his stock. Just no\\ \
[ there Is "n car famine' " and conservatlv (
i men estimate that thirty days are nec senrj
before cars can be had' ' whoti promptly ' -
dered. Some of the trbnble Is located casl
of us , where the elevators cannot take ir
| the grain as fast as the cars arrive at tt. <
distributing points. Whether these nuv
paper or real railroads' ' will' prevent an an
nual car famine Is a question
Frutcrnlxe rvlth Spiinlnnlx.
DEADWOOD , S. D.s Oct. 16. ( Special. :
The friends of the Block Hills soldiers
who ore now In the Philippines , recelvet
another budget of letters yesterday fron
the boys. There Is no sickness amoni
the soldiers to peak of. Lew Sbnrpe
well known In the Black Hills , writes ai
Interesting letter. In part he says :
"There Is a breach between the Insurgent
and the United States soldiers that Is grow
Ing wider every day and which Is coin )
to bo hard to heal. We regard the Spaniard ,
as our friends and mlnglo with them ti
i some extent , but we do not fraternize will
I the Insurgents. They are a low-down , sneak
1 Ing lot , with no more sense of govcrnmen
j than a flock of geese. The only way to gc
their respect Is < o prod them with bayonets
They are not patriots by a long shot , bu
have simply been fighting for the rlcl
booty of Manila. There Is an old Spanlsl
prison about half a block from hero litho
the possession of the Insurgents and the :
have about 120 Spanish prisoners conftnei
within. We are permitted to go Inside a
any time of the day. Our boys are all learn
Ing to epeak Spanish quite well. We hav <
all taken a. liking to the Spaniards am
they to us. Of couree this bos resultci
In the escape of many of the prisoners , be
caus of the treatment they are gettlngi
prison. They all want to come to our prls'on
Wo smuggled United States uniforms Int
the prison nnd fifty of them have been abl
to get out so far. They at once cam
through our lines and have our protection
Three ot them have been enlisted In thi
regiment and will stay , although they ar
watched carefully and allowed to do n
guard or special duty. The Spanish ofllcer
are our prisoners. "
Wolf Ilonutr Hentorcd.
CHAMBERLAIN. S. D. , Oct. 16. ( Spe
clal. ) The commissioners of this ( Brule
county have passed a resolution restoring
after November 1. next , the bounty of $1.5
for each wolf killed within the limits c
the county. It Is probable that other coun
ties which ceased offering wolf bountle
will also restore them and hunters will thi
winter have opportunities to obtain a grea
deal of money from this source.
Good Republican Spcrcli.
LEAD , S. D. , Oct. 16. ( Special. ) Her
Webster Davis , assistant secretary of th
Interior , delivered one of the best speeche
for the republicans last night In this clt
that ever was listened to In the Dlac
N < MV AVooilinnii I.OIKP.
DEADWOOD , S. D. ' , Oct. 16. ( Special.
A camp of the Woodmen of the Worl
was organized at Terry ast night , with th
Tor Infants nnd'Children.
The Kind You Have'Always Bought
Boars the
Signature of
Bean the
following officers : I. R. Crow , C. C. ; Daniel
nice , A. L. ; S. T. Logan , banker ; C. H ,
Schand , clerk ; W. L. Elswlck , P. ft C. ;
R. O. Roberts , escort ; J. H. Worth , W.J
John Anderson , ecntry ; Jay Smith , J. A.
Cogdon , Dan Rice , managers ; Dr. Jay Smith ,
Clonlnir RrrntN nf Cycle Meet.
BT. LOUIS , Oct. 16. Today was perfect
for the closing events of the two days'
bicycle me > t , but only a Btnall crowd at
tended. There were three professional
events. Tom Cooper won the one mile
open , flying start , but failed to qualify In
the lop rutn utter having equalled Mon
roe's tlmo In his trial. The multicycle race
caused more enthusiasm than any other
event on th card. Hcjults :
Final heat , one mile open , professional ,
flying start : Tom Cooper won , J. S.
Fisher second , J. 8. Johnson third ; II , E.
Terrlll fourth. Time : 1:68 : 3-6.
Filial , one lap , flying start , professional :
J. S. Fisher won , J. 8. Johnson secotia ,
lion Monroe third. Time : 0:23 : 2-5.
Multicycle handicap , two miles : Bowler ,
McCarthy and Fisher ( scratch ) won ; Tom
Cooper and Jack Coburn second , Dr.
Urown and Terrlll third. Time : 3:53. :
Ilrooril of n Huuthpnvr.
LOUISVILLE , Ky. , Oct. 16. At a benefit
grime tendered to the I/outsvlllo league
players today Huns Wagner , the Colonels'
first baseman , bent the loiiR-dlstnnco
throwing record made by John llutlleld In
1872 by one yard nnd one-half-lnch. Wag
ner threw the ball 131 yards ono foot nnd
eight Inches. Precisely twonty-slx years
ago. llatfleld , then n member of the Mu-
tvmls , made n world's record of 133 yards ,
ono foot seven and one-half Inches at the
Union grounds , Brooklyn.
NEW YORK , Oct. Ifl.-Mnrtln Flaherty ,
the Lowell , Mass. , featherweight pugilist ,
Is out with a challenge to moet any man
In the world from 126 to 130 pounds , Tommy
White of Chicago preferred.
Iliiln Prevent * tlit > Hun.
The rain most effectually put a damper
on the proposed wheel run of the Omaha
Wheel club to Sarpy Mills yesterday. It
Is Indefinitely postponed.
Dr. null's Cough Syrup always cures bron
chitis nnd asthma. Nothing equals this
wonderful remedy. Price , 2,5 cents.
lit Murder.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 16. William J. Nolan ,
ex-member of the Missouri legislature , was
last night acquitted ot the charge of mur
der. For nearly a year he has been In the
shadow of the gallows. Last winter John
Wclnand , an old man , was found murdered
n his homo here nnd his house robbed.
Nolan with four other men was arrested.
Twice has Nolan been tried for his life for
this crime. The first tlmo the Jury failed
to agree.
Fairer WentHerj Slowly HIMiic : Tem-
porndiro , Northerly Winds for
WASHINGTON , Oct. 16. Forecast ! for
Monday :
For Nebraska , South Dakota and Kansas
Fair ; slowly rising temperature ; north
winds , becoming variable.
For Iowa Fair , preceded by rain In the
extreme eastern portion ; cooler In extreme
eastern portion ; north winds.
For Missouri Rain , followed by fair ;
much cooler In southern nnd eastern portions
tions ; winds shitting to northwest.
For North Dakota Partly cloudy weather ;
rising temperature ; variable winds.
Lnniil Hic < > r < ] .
OMAHA , Oct. 16. Omaha record of tem
perature and rainfall compared with cor
responding day ot the last three years :
1SS3. 1S97. 1896. 1SW. !
Maximum temperature . . Kl 52 65 69
Minimum temperature . .43 39 3S 6.1
Average temperature' . . . . 4S 46 S2 61
Unlnfall 44 .57 .00 .00
Record of temperature and precipitation
at Omaha for this day and since March 1 ,
1S9S :
Normal for the day 64
Deficiency for the day 8
Accumulated excess since March 1 353
Normal rainfall for the day OS Inch
Excess for the day 36 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1..23.83 Inches
Deficiency since March 1 3.25 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period , 1S97..10.54 Inches
Excess for cor. period , 1SU6 3.78 Inches
Itriiortu from Stiitluim nt R p. 111.
0. ?
Omaha , cloudy 5.11 .40
North Platte , clear ' .00
Salt Lake , cloudy .00T
Cheyenne , clenr T
Rapid City , cloudy .00
Huron , cloudy .00
Wllllston , cloudy . .00.W
Chicago , clear .W
St. Louis , clear .00
St. Paul , cloudy .36
Davenport , cloudy .01
Helena , clear .01
Kansas City , raining 561.14
Havre , partly cloudy . . . . 46 .00
Ulsmorck , snowing 3.S T
Qalvcaton. partly cloudy 821 .00
T Indicates trace or oreclpltatlon.
Local Forecast Ofllclal.
Dr. Lynn's
Used by people of refinement
for over a quarter of a century.
gives the clean
liness and even
heat with soft
coal , as hard
TIW' ' coal in Base
The Hot Blast Draft
Burns mill euves the
Kas half of soft coal.
Butt coal equal to
hard conl.
I used Cole's Hot Blast. No. 180 , from
December. ' 97 , till sprlntr. It la na clean na
any wood stove I ever used. Often a grape
basket full of coal lasted from ono evening
till the next. It was steady , evun lirnt.
Fire only went out once during the winter
and that was our fault. It never smoked
anil walls and celling nre clean as If 1
burned wood. It Is the best stove I evui
&aw.MRS. . H. G. MRRK. U28 Ninth nvenue.
Milton Rogers , Agent , Omaha , Neb.
J. G , & W.
MemluTH of the. A. S. O.
Architects and Superintendents
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Hates Reasonable. Uatlsfactlon Guaranteed
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street. Telephone 128. Omaha ottlce re
moved to 322 South Fifteenth street. Tele
phone 1303.
Connections mailo with South Omahi
It charms with its flavor , delights
vyith its taste and conquers with
its purity and high quality.
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MEN and WOMEN. Honorable and fair dealing accorded to all.
The great electrical and medical specialists of thin Institute are far the best , most
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and suffering by their combined Klcotro-Medlcal treatment , which would bo Im
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