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Moorn'H food kills worms aad fattens ,
r. E. Alexander & Co. , picture frames ,
Iowa Furniture a Carpet Co. , 407 B'way.
J. a nixby , heaUnc , plumbing. Tel. 19J.
r. I ) . Jacfiucmln Sc Co. , Jewelers and op-
tinting , 27 Sjtith Main strict ,
( jet your work done at the popular Englo
laundry , 724 Ilioadway , 'phono 157.
lion f3. Auld of Grlswnld , member of Iho
7l' < .inl of Supervise , was In the city yes-
tor < lay.
The regular mooting of Harmony chapter ,
No 2. > , order of the Eastern Star , will beheld
hold this evening.
William Orr , ti prominent himlneas man
r > f Homlersnn , In. , was In the city yesterday
culling on friends.
Sheriff Tubbs of Glonwood and Sheriff
Jones of Auduhon worn In the city yester
day attending federal court.
The Council lllulTs Woman'e Sanitary He-
llof Commission will meet this afternoon at
8 ' ! " o'clock In the city hall.
The health authorities have definitely de
cided tn nil no the smallpox ijuarantlne on
the Hook with residence on Lower llroadway
next Sunday.
r'harloH U. Hannan , cashier of the First
Rational hank. Is In New York attending
n meet Ing of the National Hankers' assocla-
tl-n. He Is a member of the executlvo com-
IMIHOP of thu association.
Aldermen SaylcH. Atkins and Hrough ,
criinprisliiK tlu > ftpuclal coinmlttco on nppro-
IirintloiiH , will meet tonight at the rlty 1-nll
to ] irepiiri > tholr report to bo presented to
thn council next Monday night.
The Hoard of Insanity commissioners on
the report of Ur. Thulium , the medical moin-
lior or i hi- hoard , decided yosturday that
Mury Olhon , the young woman nt the
Woman's Christian Association hospital , was
not Insane.
The case against Pawnbroker Sam Frled-
jnun. charged with receiving and concealing
jiroporty Btolon from the residence of Hrnest
Htengor In Omaha , was dismissed yesterday
In Justlco Vlen'K court. The prosecuting
witness failed lo appear In court.
The following cases of contagious diseases
were reported to the Hoard of Health ycs-
tcrdav : Mrs. Charles Kutz.12(1 ( North Tenth
Btrcet , measles ; Adelaide Wright , 222 South
Povcpth Htrcot , Hnirlct fever ; Plioebo Jud-
auii. 02l ! Sixth avenue , diphtheria.
lrn V. L. Treynor , T. Il.Lacey , and F. W.
Doane left for St. Joseph , Mo. , last evening
to attend the meeting of the Medical Society
of tlio Missouri Valley. lr. ) Trcyuor Is sec
retary of the society. Dr. Macrae leaves to
lit'i'tid ' the meeting this morning.
Agent Montgomery of the Chicago &
Northwestern railway reported to the police
that a freight car had been broken Into be
tween Uuulap and this city and two suits
of clothes stolen. The robbery la supposed
to have been committed by ti.irons.
Mrs. Johannnh Pulson , wife of Peter Pul-
noii. died yebterday morning at her home ,
fi2l Avenue K , fiom pneumonia , after an Ill
ness of three weeks. She was 71 years of
nge and her death bereaves her husband and
llvo children , three sons and two daughters.
A factory for the manufacture of gasoline
Incandescent lamps has been established on
Houth Main street , near Ninth avenue. The
concern will glvo employment to a number
of hands nnd the proprietors expect that the
niitmit will Ilnd u ready market In this city
nnd vicinity.
The preliminary hearing of William V-/I1-
lot , charged with the daylight burglary ot
It A. Wyman'H residence last Sunday after
noon , was concluded In Justlco Vlen's court
yesterday. The court decided that the evl-
tlonce WUH licit sulUclent to hold him nnd ho
\\t\a discharged.
J. V. Wallace , assistant second vice pres
ident of the Illinois Central Hallway com
pany , arrived in the city last evening from
Chicago on his special car to look after mat
ters In connection with the construction of
Iho Fort Podge & Omaha road. He expects
lo return ID Chicago this evening.
The nrMcloH of incorporation of the re-
rcntly reorganized Merchants' nnd Manu
facturers' association of this city wore tiled
for record yesterday In the olllce of the
county recorder. The articles provide that
the life of thu association shall bo five years
I'.nd the signers are : Leonard Everett , pres
ident : C. H. Jutlson , secretary ; J- PGrccn -
uhlold" . II. Cleaver. George Gernor , T. N.
Petersen , F. II. Hill.
The remains of the late Mrs. Virginia L.
Heck , who died last Sunday In St. Paul ,
Minn. , arrived here yesterday morning over
the Northwestern road and were taken direct
to Falrvlow cemetery , where short services
were held by Uev. George K. Walk of St.
Paul's Kplscopal church. The funeral was
largely attended , many of tin- older res
idents of Mm city being present. The pall
bearers woru : James Robinson. George S.
Rluyne. George Garner. C. Hopper , Thomas
Metcalf and Waller Stlllman.
Will Chemiey was arrested yesterday on
complaint ot Mrs. Carrie King , who charged
him with breaking In the doors of her house
on Plorco street with an ax. Chesnoy and
Mrs. King buve been keeping company and
when ho went to the house Tuesday ovisn-
Jng ho found that Mre. King had other com
pany. The green-eyed monster poized him
nnd ho forthwith proceeded to arm himself
with an ax and smash the doors In. Until
parties are colored. Chesnoy will have a
bearing l > efi > ro Justice Ferrlcr this morning.
Shi'i-IlT Landlord of Tokamah , Nub. ,
brought tn the county Jail hero yesterday n
jnan named Cowhlck , wanted In Wayne
county , this mute , to answer to the charge
of burglary. Last evening Sheriff McCul-
lough of Wayne oounly came and took Cow
hide back with him to Corydon. Cowhlck
had boon nrrostod at Toknmah on suspicion
of being Implicated in a murder thoro. but
IIH the Dvldenco there was not sunk-lent In
hold him , the Nebraska authorities declleil
to turn him over to the Iowa authorities.
N. Y. PIuiabliiR companj. Tel. 2uO.
Ural HMlad * Ti-HiiNOrN.
The following transfers were Hied ycster-
duy in the abstract , title nml loan olllco ol
J. W. Squire , 101 Pearl htreol :
H K James lo r. K. Walter * . , lot 11 ,
bloi k 15. .Slut.-m.m'H 2nd mid , w. d. . ? 20C
\\llllfim H. CHneind wife to Miimlo
J. West , lots 57. 2S and 20 , block 10.
Htuliliiinl Pl.ico. w. il id
lUi7.ii i : Wallem and Imxhinid lo S.
F Jiiiien. : west 10 IVol lot 4 , south-
on H ! : r. loot lot 5. block 11 , Grimes'
1,50 :
A l ) .li'iikinf and wtfu to Nancy 10.
i ! jcnh'ns ' , lot 0 block ii , U.iyilsn'
! rd add. w. d 11
Counts Treasurer to George I. 11i
Wright , lota 7 , S , 10 and 11 lu 11-75-11. i :
Sui.io M name , lots 3 , li , 7. 10 and U
r ,
Mary j.uit' liliiKto" JHJIIC * * A. Fender ,
C'M Hc'i iio'.i 1U-7-MO , w. d 37 ;
Jainca L Ferguson and wlfo lo
( leorKo N. Ferguson , tind-i of weU
00 roils of e > .i ! awVi SI unit of wH , ne < i
A and of swH mvU 30-76-10 , , w. d. , . . six
Jumis KllliMU-k and xvlfo to David M.
Klllpack. H'i so-t 1-77-13. W. . . . . . . . . . 1,001
( hios llorwt to Uorlx llorst , jwuth 10
ftfut lot a nnd north 12 feet lotI. .
31. Avoca. w. d
Andrew Peterson and wife to Harry
\ Burklcy , lot 2:1 : , liloi-lt 12 , lot y ,
l.lo.K IW and lot 7 , block , Ferry
add , w. d . 7B
Kxri-utom of Samuel Uoyer to Lula
H Only , lot 2 , block 20 , Mill.Ill s
mibdlv , w. d ; 251
County Tiv-jHiircr to Olllccr and
l'u > . nnd'u lot 7. blork 1.1. \\ll-
'Williams' 1st'add , t. d i. 1
Total , fourteen transfers JO.UI
Hi-member the exposition by getting Home
copies of Snap Shots at thu Council Bluffs
otlk-o of The lleo. Ton cents each.
When you ride a whet1 ! why not ride the
heflf Hco bli-ycle contests March 1st. You
cheese auv make.
I'ur ( IIMI or loiiiuil On.
i : . II. Slll'AFl ; A ; CO. ,
0 I'l'iirl Strcrl , l.oiiuoll lllull'N , IIMVU
Carpenter Mat by Highwayman Early
Wednesday Morning.
llfllpvnl "f "I" Money nml Then
I" " " StnlrMnj Xo
Trauu Left Ilelilnit I-
the Tims" .
M. J. Carpenter , a traveling man. for a
Chicago cigar firm , was slugged and robbed
by unknown parties at an early hour
Wednesday morning on Broadway , near
Pearl street , while on his way to the Grand
hotel. The robbers Hceurod over $100 , but
loft him his gold watch and chain. From
tun appearance of tlio wound on tha back
of his head It Is believed ho was struck with
a satid bag. While the blow knocked him
senseless , the scalp was not cut , which
would have been the case In all probability
had he been hit with a club or some similar
heavy weapon.
Mr. Carpenter , who IB a stranger to Coun
cil Bluffs , arrived In the city Tuesday and
In the evening went to Omaha. Ilo re
turned shortly before midnight , getting off
the motor at the corner of Broadway and
Pearl street. Feeling thirsty , he decided
to get a drink before going to the hotel
where ho was stopping. Ho went Into a
saloon on Broadway , a abort distance from
the corner of Pearl street , and called for a
glass of boor. When he came to pay for
It he discovered ho had no change and was
obliged to take a roll of notes out of his
pocket. Not wishing to give the' bartender
the trouble of changing a $5 bill for a
o-ccnt drink , he ordered a cigar. Ho noticed
a number of men standing at the bar , but
paid no particular attention to any of them.
After leaving the saloon Carpenter 'heard '
footsteps behind him , but before he had
tlmo to turn around ho felt a heavy blow
on the back of his head and remembered
nothing moro until nome three hours later.
On regaining consciousness he found him
self half sitting and half lying on the stairs
In the hallway of the iMetcalf building on
Pearl street. How he came to bu there he
could not understand and supposed that the
thugs who robbed him , after knocking him
senseless , carried or either dragged him
thero. As soon as he could gather his
thoughts he looked for his money , only to
Ilnd that his pocketbook and Its contents
waa mlEtslng. His valuable gold watch and
chain and scarf pin had not been touched.
Ho struggled to the hotel , a few doors up
the street , and after acquainting the night
clerk of the robbery went to 'bed.
The robbery was reported to the police
early Wednesday morning , but so far no
clo\v has been obtained to the Identity of
the robbers. It is supposed that the robbery
was committed by parties who saw Car
penter prcduco his money In the saloon and
followed him out and slugged him.
The gambling houses being permitted to
run wide open all night long attract large
numbers of thugs and crooks to this city ,
who are allowed to remain hero unmolested
by the police , no effort being made by the
authorities to drive them out.
A dance and cake walk will be given at
W. O. W. hall on Saturday , March IS.
Thr More tluil 1C liter tin1 Coiid-xtx ,
thp KiiNlcr liiWluels Will
HeVon. .
Every boy and girl will want to ride .1
wheel this spring anil The Bee is going tr
give you a chance to get ouo In a very
simple way. What Is more , It is going tr
let you pick out any make wheel you want ,
for It knows you all want a certain make ,
"which Is the only make on earth. "
Now let UB tell you how The Bco Is golnj
to give the wheels away. We want a lot ol
now subscribers to Thu Bee In Council
Bluffs. As soon as the first 300 orders have
been handed into our offlce , the first con-
teat closes and we will award the wheel tc
the one bringing the most orders out ol
this 300. Then Contest No. 1 clones and Con
test No. 2 opens on the next 300 orders.
Just see how easy this Is. Say only thlrt )
not have to get very many orders , you set-
girls and boys start out on March 1 to gel
subscribers. They only have to average tor
apiece to make the total , so the winner wll !
You want to start in early and hand in youi
orders as soon as possible.
Now about thfi orders. Kach order musl
bo for an actual new Council Bluffs sub
scriber. Kach subscriber must take The Bei
for at least three weeks and pay for It Ir
I order to bo counted. It Is better , but nol
necessary , to pay In advance , only no ordei
will bu counted until the subscription It
paid for. If the subscription Is paid for Ir
advance It will count ouo on your score foi
each three weeks for wnlch It Is prepaid
For example : If a subscriber pays In ad >
vance for six weeks , It counts two ; If In
pays for twelve weeks , It will count four
If ho pays for one year , It will count seven'
teen. On orders which are not paid In ad
vance It will count only one on your scon
no matter how long ho c ntlnurs to take It
Thero. that Is plain , Isn't It ? Now sci
what you can do. The first contest begin :
March 1 , Sincerely yours ,
Council Bluffs Department.
N. B. Call at The Boo ofllcc , 10 Pear
street , to register and got sample copies. Ni
one connected with The Bco will bo allowui
to enter this contest.
( irnliaiii In Court AHliliiK a IHvnrei
from Another Wife ,
W. D. Graham , a veteran of the civil war
has applied to the district court to assls
him out of one of his several matrlmonla
entanglements. In a petition tiled ypster
day , ho asks the court to grant him a ill
vorco from Syntba Graham , whom ho mar
rlud In Knoxvlllo , Tonn. , In November , ISM
Ho says that In 1SS7 she deserted him.
< The records of the clerk of the dlstrlc
court for Pottawattnmio county show tha
on Juno H , 1831. a marrlago license was Is
sued to Graham and Kllen A. Rlker and tha
the ceremony making them man and wif
was performed the same day by the lat
John Fox , a Justlco of the peace for Kan
township. At that time Graham clatmci
Hastings , Nob. , as his hume , as did hi
bride. They went to housekeeping in till
city and everything went along smooth !
for the old soldier until In June of ISUS
when Mrs. Graham learned that her hus
band was not u widower ns ho claimed , bu
that there were two other Mrs. Graham
who were both In thu land of the llvlnp
This was moro than Mra. Graham bargalne
for , and she promptly filed a charge o
bigamy against the old soldier in the cour
of the late Justice Cox. but the rouord
tdiow that the case was never prosecute
and Graham was dlachurgc4 , as she failed I
appear ugutiut him.
Thu old man's ton , George Graham , how
ever , took exception to hln father form In
so many matrimonial alliances , utiJ in Jauu
nry of last year filed an Information before
JuMIrp Vlpn , changing him with the crimp
of bigamy. It was shown at the tlmp that
Graham was married before the war to
George's mother and that hn had never been
divorced from her. It Is from this wlfo that
hn now seeks to secure a divorce. Mrs. Grn-
ham No. 1 is eald to bo living In Emerson ,
this state.
It was also shown nt the trial that Gra
ham married one Maggie Hankcc nt Newton ,
la. , In ISfll , but left her the summer of the
year following. From Iho records of the
county clerk of Jasper county It appeared
that Mrs. Graham No. 2 In August , 1S93 , se
cured a divorce from Graham and was al
lowed to resume her maiden name of Hankeo.
Mrs. Graham No. 2 In n letter to Mrs. Gra
ham No. 3 at the tlmo of the old soldier's
arrest , said he had represented himself to
her as a widower and that his first wlfo
had died In Illinois. Mra. Rlker , who be
came Mrs. Graham Xo. 3 , admitted In court
that her marriage to Graham was her fifth
matrimonial venture. Graham wan Indicted
and at the January form of district court
last year entered a plea of guilty and In
consideration of his ngo was let off with (
a jail sentence of six months.
In Federal Court.
In the federal court yesterday William
Hlatt and Redmond Kldd , Indicted on the
charge of breaking Into and robbing the
postolllce nt Vllllsra on thp night of January
S last , admitted their guilt and saved the
government the expense of a trial. Judge
Mungcr sentenced Hlatt , ho being tho. elder
of the two men and the ringleader , to three
years In the penitentiary at Fort Madison
and Kldd to two years. The latter claims
Denver , Colo. , ns his home , while Hlntt says
his relatives live In Cincinnati , O. After rob
bing the postolllce they gave the authorities
a long chase , but were finally captured In
The grand Jury returned eight Indictments
yesterday afternoon , all of them being
against parties charged with "bootlegging. "
The names of the indicted persons were not
made public , ns several of them are not
under arrest. The Jury is expected to make
a final report some tlmo tomorrow.
Judge Munger will not be In attendance
today , ns he. has to hold court In Lincoln ,
Neb. , but expects to hold a session tomor
row afternoon.
Bluff City laundry , 'phono 3H. The cheap
est because the best.
K. P. Dance at Hughes' hall this evening.
Admission 25 cents.
Think ! If only thirty people start In on
the first Bee wheel contort the average num
ber of subscribers they have to get will only
bo ten. Of course more will start , and If
you arc one of them why should you not
get a wheel ? You choose nny make
Court \ < > li- .
Arthur Evans , who some few years ago
secured a Judgment against Colonel Reed ,
formerly proprietor of Lake Manawa , for
$0,000 for personal injuries received In a
toboggan slide nt the resort , filed a motion
yesterday In the district court ns Intcrvenor
in the case of Charles R. Hannan , trustee ,
against the Lake Manawa Railway company.
Ho asks that C. R. Hannan , as receiver of
the Lake 'Manawa ' Railway company , be or
dered to file a report showing all receipts
and disbursements since ho was appointed
receiver In June , 1S9C , also a statement of
j the company's property. Evans has so far
I been unable to realize on his judgment and
ho Is anxious that Hannan make an ac
counting , which he alleges ho has foiled to
do since 'being appointed receiver.
The trial of Hugh Wyatt , charged with the
robbery of E. M. Loronz's chickens , occu
pied the entire day lu court and was not
concluded when Judge Thornoll adjourned
court for the day. Wyatt Is endeavoring to
prove an alibi and both Tracy and Law
rence , 'who were comicted on the same
charge , wore put on the witness stand yesterday -
( terday in his defense. They both swore
i that Wyatt was not with them the night
of the robbery and that they met him at
| the west end of the motor bridge Just a few
minutes before they were arrested.
Joseph Latham , the young man Indicted
on the charge of stealing n cow , the prop
erty of I. W. Hartwell of Hurdln township ,
from the pasture of L , P. JuilBon , north of
this city , lust summer , filed a motion to dis
miss the case. Accompanying the motion
was a request from Hartwell asking that the
case bo dismissed and an affidavit to the
effect that ho had been fully compensated by
Latham for the animal.
Do you want a high grade wheel ? If you
have no money , get one In The Bee bicycle
contests. You choose any make.
Davis sells drug * .
( . ' . AV. Diiilillivsiin llrml.
George W. Duddlcson died yesterday
morning at the homo of his ( laughter , Mrs.
II. Lefller , 23C Main street. He was In his
eightieth year and death was duo to old age.
The funeral will ( ho held tomorrow at 2
o'clock from the residence and Interment
will bo In Fnlrvlow cemetery. The services
will bo conducted by Rev. G. W. Snyder of
j St. John's English Lutheran church. When
a young man Mr. Uudillcson was employed
by the government to look after the Wyandotte -
dotto Indians nt Upper Sandusky , O. He
escorted them to Cincinnati , while on thcit
way to the Wyandotlo reservation In Kan
sas and In many other ways made hlmsoll
useful to the government. Ho leaves one
child , a daughter , .Mrs. Henry Lefller ol
this city , with whom ho had made his homu
for thu last twelve years.
Bee bicycle contests. You cheese any
StvallotvN Colicfiltriili-il ! , .
'Mrs. ' Delia Shea , u widow GS years of age ,
living with her daughter , Mrs , E. L. Mahler ,
on Commercial street , swallowed n quantity
of concentrated lye Tuesday afternoon with
supposed suicidal Intent. Her rash act la
attributable to despondency over the loss ol
some property. Although nt first little
hopes 'were had of her recovery , last night
the attending physician reported that there
was n chance she would survive , notwith
standing the fict that her mouth , throat and
stomach were terribly burned. Mr. and Mrs.
Mahler recently removed to this city from
Omaha and another daughter la here from
Kansas City visiting.
Boo blcycln contests begin at Fremont
March IS. You choose any make.
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday tc
the following persons :
Name and Residence. Ago.
Carl G. Anderson , Omaha . . . . . . . . 31
Bennrdnktn Pearson , Omaha . 2l !
' 'Charles ' N. Evans , Cass county , la . 2u
' Grace A. Hanortb , Council Bluffs . 10
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On unit SiiD'niKf .M ! < ( ! UK ,
ONAWA. la. . March 15. ( Special. ) The
Onawa Suffrage association held Its llrst
. public meeting at the court linwo last night.
The room wua elaborately decorated with
| I the suffrage colora , the four-starred Hag
, ' occupying a conspicuous position. Mrs.
J i Lydla Pike , district secretary of the Iowa
Surfrngo association , presided , ailsa Mary
T. Hays of California , the national lucturc-r
of the asaoslatlon , wau oa the program for
the principal addrrtie. *
r MKII llnvp TliPlr Way ,
ONAWA , lu. . March 15. ( Special. ) At the
school cluctlon yesterday George O. Hoi-
brook and 6. A. Howard were elected dl-
I rectors. They were uomlnuttd and elected
by the young men of the town , who have
| form1' a party of their owu.
Oentral Iowa Miners Present Grievance to
the Operators.
AVcnlOiy nml Mlnrrljllolnllro Dlri In
AnM rnllu nml Leaven I'nluilnu *
" \\Vnltli in Ili-r nml Tlircc
DES M01NBS. March 15. ( Special Tele-
Brain. ) The miners and operators of this
district met hero today to take action rcla-
tlvo to wages and the number of hours
In a working day. The Appanooso district
recently adopted an eight-hour day a'nd a
payment of S5 cents per ton for coal , mined ,
nml an the miners In this district work an
hour more a day and receive but 80 cents
per ton. they think they have a grievance.
There were not enough men present at the
meeting to take any action , and It was
postponed till next week. It Is hardly
thought that there will bo any Btrllto re
sulting from thp matter , as the winter Is
too near over and work for minors Is none
too plentiful , Four thousand miners In DCS
Molncs and Immediate vicinity are inter-
psted In the matter.
The Iowa State Telephone association , cm-
bracing all of the mutual companies In the
state , completed its annual session here to
day. G. N. Handy , Perry , was elected presi
dent ; \V. II. Durln , Cedar Rapids , vice
president ; J. W. Hill , Dos Molncs , secre
tary , and H. E. Tcachout , DCS Molncs , treas
urer. Hill and Teachout , together with J. II.
lira ill of Rockwell City , were appointed as
a legislative committee to secure from the
legislature needed changes In laws. One
hundred delegates were present. The con
vention adjourned to meet here the second'
Tuesday in March next year.
Kortune for Mr * . .Sharp.
Mrs. Mary Ann Sharp of this city has
fallen heir to an Immense fortune. It con
sists of the estate of the late James Tyson
of Brisbane , Australia , and foots up a total
of ? 40,000,000. Tyson was a miser who went
to Australia from England thlrty-flvo or
forty years ago , struck it rich In the gold
mined and speculating. Ho hoarded his
money and then died without making a will.
Ho left three brothers , who live In England ,
and the next nearest of kin Is Mrs. Sharp
of this city. Spurrier and Maxwell of this
city , who are Mrs. Sharp's attorneys , com
pleted the necessary papers In the case and
sent them to Australia this evening for flnal
filing. Mrs. Sharp and the three brothers
will pool their Interests and take the estate
Farmer Xonrly Six Feet In fllrtli anil
TVi'lKliliiir COD rotuulN Dion
Avar IrhlKli.
FOUT DODGE , la. , March 15. ( Special. )
Alfred Daniels , the largest man In Iowa nnd
probably In the northwest , died at his homo
near Lcdlgh yesterday. Daniels was about
live f c.t nine inches tall and measured two
Inches moro around than .ho did In height.
His weight was ovcrJCOO pounds. After his
death a special cofilMof > huge dimensions
was made for him and the corpse was taken
ontsldo to bo put ItUci'lt , as H. was impos
sible to take It Into' the house. Danlcfs
loaves a wife and two children. Ho has
been engaged In farming anil owns a 200-
acre farm near lyC'liigli. During his life
Daniels tias been the recipient of offers of
munificent salaries from circus managers
and directors of dlmo museums 'to ' exhibit
himself , but has refused these offers with
ono exception , when he traveled for two
years and was heralded as the Iowa won
der. Ills Immense slzo made him the center -
ter of all side show attractions. He was a
puzzle for medical men , who have sought
1o account for his abnormal development
on scientific grounds , nnd has been the
subject of several medical articles.
Killtor Sent to .lull.
WASHINGTON' , la. . March 15. ( Special
Telegram. ) Editor > Hcacock of the Brighton
Enterprise was today placed in Jail to servo
a six .months' term for libel. Ho was sent
enced some months ago , .but was not to bo
punished an long as he kept further objec
tionable matter out of his paper. He , however -
over , continued his llhelous writings and
will have to serve his sentence.
limit n ( Hot SprliiKN IN'tni-cu OKCIII
( ai-iliicr nml .limmy Mnrriiy
Ui'clarril a DI-IMV.
HOT SPRINGS , Ark. , March 15. The
twenty-round glove contest between Oscar
Gardner nnd Jimmy Murray , which took
place at Whlttlngton park , In the Corbctt
and ntzslmmons arena this afternoon , wu :
declared a draw at the end of the twentieth
round at 0 o'clock. It was a rattling light
from start to finish. H drew a crowd ol
about 1.200 , A feature of the entertain
ment was the presence of ten or llfteen
Iiinly ( 'onti-nry CniilurcH I.lKhtnliiK
Slnk.-N Without nilll.-iill.v.
NK\V OUM5ANS. Jlarch in.-hnily Con
trary , the llrst of A. II. and D. II , .Morris'
3-ycar-oldH to fport sl'l ; this season , hnd
but little trouble in winning the Lightning
stakes at live furlongs today ,
Thu JIorrl homes lien * nro in charge of
I' rank Uegaii. who'u colt.s , .lolinny J ami
Alex , w ro also Htarlers. Tin- pair were.
therefore , coupled In the but tint- with tm >
Illly and were oildn-on favorites nt all
timoH , l ady Contrary won u'l the way
bliico the ruling- ore of Tnixler the running
of thu xtako ban been awullcil with inurli
Interest M a final test of the respoi-tlvo
power.-i of Dr. Illililln and Ali-x , Thu former
carried top weight , IIS pounds , and ran
KUini'ly unn > r his heavy Impost , well up all
of the journey and finished but a neck lu--
hlnd Johnny J , to whom ho conceded ti-n
pounds. Alex was always outrun ami tired
h.idly the lust Ixteeiith and proveil hliiiHcK
a disappointment , If not n counterMt.
The whither wan eloudy nml the trails
slow , llulolii was the only other favorite
First race , nelllng , one mile : ISIkln won ,
Ri'huol Olrl second , S.ullo Levy third.
Time , 1:43. :
Hi'cond race , seven furlongs : Phidias won ,
rhli-rx second , Mddesdalu third. Time , 1:30 :
Thlnl rne ? , selling , one mlle and seventy
yarilH : Can I Sen 'Km won , Nannlo Davis
Hi-i'und , Oxnuril third. Time. 1:4) : .
Fourth race , this Lightning stakes , pmvc
Jl.lMfl , i-your-olds , live furlongs : Lady Cun-
tnry won , Johnny J second. Dr. HiddU-
third. Time , ! : ( > : ! ! ' , .
Fifth race , selling , xlx furlongs : Hairpin
wiin. Nora S second , Kinmctl Abeam third.
Time , 1:1514. :
Sixth nice. Killing , fix and one-half fur
longs : Tappan won , IJlggs second , Harden
third. Time , l :23. :
wni. iim.p iTi7v.il i'i.\N < : . \MIS : ,
AlllllliMliAtlilftlK rnliin'H 1'ill-lx Ciiiil-
inlKei- Confer * .
in\V YOUK , March 15.-A inertlng of the
AnmU-'ur Athletic Union Parl.i KxpoMltlon
committee was held tonight. L. M. Hamburger -
burger , special representative of the Ama
teur Atli etlc Union to the Paris JCxpoHl-
tliui. made a di-ialleil report and road com
munication * from Ila rot ) dc Cuuhertin hear-
Ilijf Oil the Olympian tfanu-u that are to be.
hold In I'urhi In lUX ) . The committee de-
rldPd that , an u was tin liii.ntlon of thu
American alhlotcs to vl lt J'.irlH during the
they would give what support
they ruulil to thn Olympian guim s. A let-
t. r from Huron do Coubertln < ilso r'ferred
to the Olympian iam < s to be held In
In 1W1 mid the committee rccom-
tnftnloil to th ( > Unnril of ( Inventors of thp f
Amateur Alhlrtlo I'nlon that they ' Ueml '
to the Cntnltf * Intprnatlonal ilnn J"U\
Olymplqiip an Invllntlnn to hold Us ( fami'.i
tn i hi * country at the ! * -nmr lime.
( -\v.\niA\s siTTut-i' Tint i u eiuuv. i
Competitor * fur lllfTormt Kvcnln nt
llcnlry Arp Cliiocn.
TOUnXTfl , Out. . 5lnH IS-The Henley
riumiiitti'r of the Ariroiuuit Mowing eluli l"M
selei-ted th < i-rew for the July trip to Hug-
land. It WHS ileeldeil to make entries for the
diamond sculls nnd the grand challenge cup.
Th entries nre as follows :
Diamond fculls ChnrlPH U. A Goldman ,
Steward's ohallniiKo cup Joe Wright ,
stroke ; Fred Thomp on. No. 1 ; K. A.
Thompson. No 2 ; H. (1. Muntz , IH > W.
Urnnil rlmllcngo cup U. Munis. 150 ;
( frontc noherty , ICO ; Hurry Klnstonp. IfiB ;
Joe Wright , 175 ; Alexander Hoyd , IBS ; lluMi
Thompson , 170 ; l-'rcd Thompson. 155 ; J. N.
JleKenzli- , ISOV. ; . Union , 175 ; II. Oooder-
ham. Iffi ; II. Mnntr. ( stroke ) . 155 ; H. A.
Knuker ( coxswain ) . 170
Colonials nro allowed the prlvllopo of limn-
llmtlng as many as llfteeti camllilates for
an elght-oari'd crew for llenloy , although
the home clubs lire limited to their eight
nml two spare men.
of Dayton AVIn * . from Dr. Kl-
llntt ( if ICniiNit * . Clly.
N13W YOUK. March 15.-Tho trap shootIng -
Ing c-nntr-u at inanimate targets , which has
> ern carrle-d on dully since tlu > opening of
: he sportniPti's exhibition , was concluded
today. Hello t ) . I tellies of Dayton , O. , nnd
James A. U. Klllott of Kansas City , who
lad tied In the preliminary contest with the
ilgh scores of OS each nml In the continuous
natch of So cons'n-utlve kills each , agreed
lo decide the tie , In the continuous match
[ > y their relative s = oores In the 100-blrd race
today. Ilelkes won both with n score of j
11. Klllott was second with S3 ; K. D. FillI I
ford of Utlca , third with SO , and H. Leroy
of Cninpello , Mass. , took tht > fourth prize
with 81.
Itoiliul tn Stop Ilcltlntt.
SAN FHANCISCO , March lO.-Chlof of
Police Lett deelires that he will continue
lo make dally lalils at Mie Intfeslilp race
Irnck until betting on the events Is Mopped.
Ho Fays : "The supervisors have passed an i
ordinance declaring thtit betting on horse
races and coursing events must stop and
the ivw law will bo rigidly enforced.
The cases of the bookmakers nnd others
alreuly under urre-t will be fought
vigorously In the courts , aecordlng to state
ments made by Kd Corrlgnn and his a- -
sorlates In the management of the track.
In the meantime It Is proposed to Ignore the
ordinance If possible , notwithstanding the
uncompromising attitude of the authorities.
Several of the downtown pool rooms have
been closed and thu polleo promise to raid
others. Courting will bo resunml at
Inglc ldo on Friday , but It Is possible that
the management will permit no bettlnir until
thp legality of the ordinance Is Judicially
Silic < liilc of Rolf CoiitPNtn.
Nl-nv YORK , March 15. The executive
committee of tle | United States Oolf as.svi-
clatlon , which had been depute * ! nt the re-
cint general in etlng to make selections for
the amateur open and women's champion
ships , announced Its decision today. The
amateur contests will take place on the
links of the Owentsla Golf club of Chicago.
The open event has been assigned to the
Country club of Daltlmoru nnd the women's
championship will bp played over the course
of the Philadelphia Country club. For the
chief amateur battle the week beginning
Monday , July 13 , Is assigned , while the open
event will bo decided on September II and
15. Tilts dates for the women's champion
ship have not yet be.-n fixed.
The conT-iltteo also selected fie Morris
Country clu1 > ns the scene for the Interna
tional team match between th ? United
States and Canada. The date has yet to be
agreed upon.
Trews riminilttco of I , . A. W.
NRW YORK , March 15. President Kee-
ntin of thp League of American Wh-elmen
announced the National Press committee as
followg :
Oeorge L. McCarthy , New York , cha'r- '
rr.anj Paul T. Aldrlch. Boston ; Joseph Es-
tola. Philadelphia ; Morrla Izaacs , Clncln-
nt.tl : Miss Ednn. Bean , Chicago ; IInJ "W.
Deed , Indianapolis.
JiinnirNlcl nnd Slioivaltcr Piny ,
NEW YORK , M-irch 13. Janowskl and
Shownlter played the first ferles of five
games at the Manhattan Chess club to-
nleht. The Parisian won the toss niul se-
.ected the liny Lop z as nn opening , while
Shownlter adopted the Berliner defense.
Janowskl won a pawn on his twentieth
move and , after thirty-three moves , the
CM me.
III tin * Ilclny JlaecH.
PHILADELPHIA. March 15. The entries
for the intercollegiate nnd Interscholastic re
lay races on Franklin Held , University of
Pennsylvania. April 15 , are all In and they
to the coffee drinker. Coffee drlnklns Is n
habit that la universally Indulged In and
nlmost as universally Injurious. Have you
tried Griln-O ? It Is almost like coffee but
the effects are Just the opposite. Coffee
upsets the stomach , ruins the digestion , ef
fects the heart and disturbs th whole
nervous system. Graln-O tones up the stomach
ach , aids dlcestlon and strengthens the
nerves. There l nothing but nourishment
In Graln-O. It can't be otherwise , ifio
mid 25e > per package
Tlirv arc ns much like COATED
-jl-UCTIMCITV as science can make
them , ijaeh one produces as much
nerve-niilldiuf * substance na is con
tained In the amount of food a man
consumes In n week. This Is why
! they have cured thousands of cases
of nervous licenses , Mich as Debil
ity , Dizziness , InsomniaVaricocelc ,
etc. They enable you to think clea r-
ly by developing tiralu matter ; force
hcaUhy circulation , cure Inclines-
lion , and Impait hounding vigor lethe
the whole A * . Mem. All weakening
and tls ne-dcstrovliiB drains nml
losses permanently cured. Delay
may mean Insanity , Consumption
and Death.
1'rlre. f i jierbox ; sir bores fwltll
iron-clid guarantee to cure or re
fund inancy ) . { .s. Dook containing
positive proof , free. Address
Kuhn & Co. , or New Econ mlU Drug
Co. , Omaha. Nebraska.
Searles & Searloa
Hiioc-CNsfiilly ( rent nil MJUVOIJfi ,
CIIIIO.MC AMI rim ATI : iiui > u c
of 111111 null > 0111111.
6EJCUALLY. cured for life.
Nlglit KrnUsIonj , Lost Manhood , IIy >
drocole , Verlcoctle , Qonorrhiu. meet , Byph
Ills , Stricture , T'ttta. Klitula uiul Koct 4
Ulcers , Dlabcic * ) . Brleht'a Oluease cured.
sit homo
by now rnrthod without pain or cutting.
Call on or addreia with itamp , Troatnunt
by mail.
IO S. 14th St.
Ijtialia UMt ,
cninnrio n list unprprdfnl \ In the nnnnl <
of American port , both as tn nuniUpr nnd
quality. All the * tfnnif i f dm most rrprc-
xntrttlvo i-olpos | nml nrhool * In the tTnltrd
Statts r' IlirlndPd In the HMx , which now
niinrliors Ihlrly-lwo oollrRrs nd forty-four
iiropnrntory orhnoln and nradftnltw. Ynlr ,
IVnn.iylvunla and Ohlr-aBO will nifct In the
ono mile I'luinuilonshlp.
Caiiltnl t'rnln Horn Nniilli.
WASIIlNdTON. Slarph 15. The AVn hln -
t < n IIH > Imll rlirtt Irft the city tonight on
the Norfolk boat for Ilmnpton , A'n , , to on-
Rnnse In a month's preliminary practice fnr
thf siMSnn of 1SW. IiH-lud'd ' In the party
wore MiiniiKor Arthur Irwln , fonrtonn mPin-
bors of ihiiub nnd Arllo Lntlnim , whii
probably will b ? NlKiied with the team ,
To t'\Mrlinriit | ttltli I'lucon Si-rvlri * ,
1'AUIS. March 15. Th- plan to establish
a iilKpnn mpKgpiiKrr service on the I'rcnrh
llnprH liotween Havre and New York has
boon lln.illy approved nnd It Is decided to
the rxprrltnont next month.
Hcynold * ( o llnv t'liiirl < * inon ( .
1'AHIS , March 15. Much Inli-rest IH dls-
phiyoil In t < piirlliiK rlrcles here In u ImxItiK
match Jnst arr.uiRi-d Iv tween Kfynolds. nn
Amrlcnn , and Charloinont , Iho Krench
I'nlruiuhi > r of lion * I" llelnn Mur-
krtiMl , KlllliiKH SliimltiK mi Iti-
( rpiiNp Over 1S1IS.
CINCINNATI , March 15. ( Special Tele
gram. ) Prlco Current says : 'A ' fair number
of hogs Is being marketed. Western killIngs -
Ings are 375,000 , compared with 400,000 the
preceding week and 345,000 last year. From
March 1 , the total Is 775,000 , against 710,000 a
year ngo. Prominent places compare us
follows :
1SS ! > . ISliS.
Chicago 2iMooo 23 > .nno
Kansas City WMO 15-i.niio
Omaha 7,1.000 CO ( < i
St. Louis Cl.OflO K > . < M
Indlannixills ; fj.ooo Rt i m
MllwanUeo .1I.POO M.IKM
Cincinnati 21.004 21 mil
Rlf Joseph IW.OOO IL'/KK )
Dttiiimvii lli.OOo lit.OHi
Sioux-city . ic.ooo in.niK )
Ced-ir Rapids ( i.0t ] 2ooo
St. Paul 11.000 ll,0io (
llciiclll fur P.vllihin Sniiiitiirlmii.
ST. LOUIS , March 15. A special to the
Post-Dispatch from Hot Springs , Ark. , says :
Mr. Thomas W. Milan , grand chancellor of
thp Knights of Pythias of this clly , was
notified today by W. J. Bryan , now In Texas ,
that ho would bo hero March 2IJ to deliver
a lecture for the benefit of the v > rep > > s"d
National Pythian sanitarium to be located
hero. Mr. Bryan was Invited by the Knights
of Pythias.
W. 1 ? . NEWMAN ,
Staunton , Va. says : 1"I wasafllieted
with.Contagious Blood Poison , and
the best doctors did mo no good.
In fact , I Beamed to get worse nil
tlu while. 1 tooknhnost every so-
called blood remedy , but they did
not reach the disease. At the ndvico
of n friend , I then took S. S. S. ,
and begun to improve. I continued
the medicine and it cured me com
pletely , nnd for ten years I have
never had a sign of the discuso tote
to return. "
' 9 vs&o ? The
( Swift's Specific ) is the only remedy
which can eradicate Contagious Blood
Poison. It is guaranteed purely vegetable.
Hook on self-treatment mailed free by
Swift Specific Company , Atlanta , Ga.
Any Ono Can Use Diamond
Dyes With Success.
llcmitlfm Colors Thiit Arc Fast to
Unlit suul Washing
I'lanioml Dyes are piopnreil specially for
hoinci nso , mil ] ihi > dlrprtlrms ari > so ) > Ialn and
almplo Hint ntiy 0110 rnit line them success-
All the fast Diamond live * innko color *
that will not fade. Tlirv nro Ktmrniiteed to
do more dyeing , pnckuRo for package , thnn
any other dyes.
If you vnnt success In homo dyeing , lisa
Dlamnml Djrs and nnihlnc else.
Best Dining Car Service.
Only Deoot In Chicago on the Elevated' ' ocjb
Full strcnctn. health , tonu
and development to every
portion nf the body. Ktlecta
of "lin'iue , overwork , worry ,
| tlic lollies ul routh nml PI-
tvx-i's of raanliood quickly
1 vii ml. Appllaucu and rcm-
edu'S wnt on trial. A'o
mi-nfy - In atlmnce. Pealed
particulars free. Carre *
spondi'iiro confidential.
lto\vi-oii Cniitirl ! Mlnnx mill Oinnlill.
Bates Reasonable. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Council HlutTs olllfu , Mo. 8 Nortb Stale
Btrcet. Telephone 12S. Omnlin ofllco re
moved to 322 South Fifteenth street. Tele-
nliono 130S.
nonncctlona made with South Omalu
Fine fur Drcssiiuj a Specialty.
j > or e-powt > r. Semi for cata-
loene and price.
I ) \VIII 11II.VIIMV fc CO. ,
Coiinrtl MlHllM. - I.MVII ,
Bee Wheel w
test for a Free
Children's Shoes
That Are Right.
ft * ,
I'Jiglit in ] ) rico , right in uliiipo , j-ight in con- .Jg.
etvuction. Wo make a Hpeoinlty of correct fitting
< - > ! Shoes for chilflron. Good Shoes that protect
their feet from cold and wet. Many porajnn limp
through life with corns nnd bunions because
their first few pairs of shoes wore improperly
fitted. .Don't let your children have that experi
* ence. *
M9I ill
It's Easy to See
LI WE OF That our wall IIUJHT patlonm nro ns
IH'W IIS Milliellllll Hull's JllHI lllliMll'l ! [ } | ( ,
! IH HirlkiiiKly uundMiiw as pli'iurcs , ns
varied us aiiy imo cmildvl li , nnd
.sliinvii In Iliii' qiuilllU'.s iif ] iiiii'iTliinx | )
is no ivoiu or m.vii of funilHliliij , ' nnd
ilrniratlon for \ vhlrlivc I'annnt uliow
nil iipin | ] iHai : * dc'MlKii. Our price Hat
man 1'i'uia : > ri-ntb a roll up
C3 * JNi 1 TTV HT % .
; iO7 llriimlnri ) , < oiiaull IMiilTa ,
V. C. .Mil.1.1.II , .11

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