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NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA. COUNCIL BLUFFS. MIMOIl Mi\TION. Davis tella glass. * Moore's , fotxl kills norms and fattens. Budwclscr beer , 'j. Koscnfeldt , ngenU Victor hot water heaters nt Hlxbv's. Judson. I'asturnKC , 929 Ctb avenue Tel 343. Iowa Furniture t Carpet Co , Vfl U'way. -v IMctttrcs and frames , C. K. Alexander Co. t Schmidt's flno photos guarantied to pteaso. Mrs.V. . 11. TNynor \lsltlng In Glen- wood. H. A. Cole has returned from nn extended trip through southern Iowa C. H. Jaciucmln & Co , Jewelers and op ticians , 2 ? South Main street Miss I'annlo Green and Miss Dora Drown nre visiting friends In I.ovelnnd The rcRiilnr monthly inectliiK of the Hoard of IMucatlon will be hrlil tonight. Get your work done at the popular Eagle laundry , 724 Hroudwa > . 'uhnne 157. tioren Franklin , Ron of Dr. D. C. Franklin , 628 Mvnster , Is scrlouslv 111 with pneumonia Miss Dunn of Uis Angeles , fnl , Is vlslt- 1ns her slstnr , Mrs , T L. Coady on Sixth a\cnno. Mr. nnd Mrs \V H Dudley of South Sixth Btrect nio onteilalnliiK Miss Fannie 13 Tuxbtiry of Windsor , Vt. Connections with the now main on East Broadwn > were made jcstnrday afternoon by the water works company. Mrs. II. M. Stevens of fJnleshtirs , 111 , has arrived for an extended visit with her Bon , Arthur \ , Slovens of Fourth Btreet. Mrs. V. M Cnitlt of St Louis nirlvcd Sat urday evening and win make her homo for the summer with Mrr. Hire on Fouith Btrcel. Marry Moore , the hotel bellboy wanted to answer to a charge of stcnllNR $30 , was turned over to the Omaha authniltles yes terday. Miss MagRlo Coady , who has been In the employ of the Postal TclPKrnph company In WnshlnRton. D. C. , \lnltlnR her parents In this city. Mrs. Horace M. I'ulkcr , who has been M BpendltiK n month with relatives In this city , will lea\o the latter part of this week for her homo In Jnncsvlllo , WIs. W. IJ Fisher left yesterday for Ottumwa to attend the state convention of printers. Ho Is also a delegate to the Iowa Federa- tlon of Labor , which meets In Ottumwa to morrow. Mrs. S. A. Anderson and sister. Miss Bertha Shhely , loft Saturday for O'Neill , Neb. , to visit their paroniB , Captain and Mrs. William Shlvcly , and to attend the vvod- dins of Miss nstclla Shhely. George Mjera of this city , a naval cadet nt AnnapollH , will make a cruise to IJnKland on the Monongahela , sailing Juno 5. His sister , Miss Laura Myers , expects to make him alslt before ho leaves. Miss Kthyl Thomas , who has been Bpend- liiK a week's vacation with her parents. Dr. nnd Mrs P. S. Thomas In this city , left last ovenliiR for Glcnwood , whore she will resume - sumo her teaching at the state Institute. C. 12 Ulrd , In whcso case the district grand Jury refused to entertain the charge of breaking Into Charles HIshop's residence , Is being hold at the city Jail as n witness against Sam Barnes , Indicted for the nishop burglary. Carl Snyder , n former well known newspa per man of this city , has been given a posi tion on the Btnft of the London ( England ) Times. Slnco leaving Council Bluffs Mr. Snyder has won considerable fame as a. magazine writer. As a result of the High school field meet last Trlday the following have been selected as the team to represent Council BFuffs at the state high school moot at Davenport1 Graham , Dyer , Iliitts , Dally , Rutherford , Dleti Ich , Crane and Welch. Colonel C. G Saundeia left last evening fnr TtnMf TRlnml'rm liAMri * ( > &R 'for the 'Modern Woodmen of Amoiica. On his way homo ho vvlir stop at Dea Molnes to attend n recep tion to ho Riven by Governor Shaw to Hon. John A. Kasson and ex-Senator Harlan. John Thompson , living nt Tenth street and Twenty-second avenue went to pay a noclil call on his host girl Saturday evening nnd loft hl hlcyclo on the front porch. Ho had to walk home , however , as Borne unscrupu lous Individual with peculiar ideas as to property rights appropriated the wheel. Thompson reported the theft to the police yesterday morning. The vestry of St. Paul's church has eleUed the following delegates and altcr- natoH to the Episcopalian diocesan conven tion to he hold In Davenport , May 23 Del egates D. C. nioomer , I M Trcynor , H. A Cox , M , F. llohrer , E II Mcrrlnm , A. .1 Koloy. Alternates J T Stewart , second : O S Stlllman , W W. Loomis , M. Duquette , II C Cory and S. W Uesley II S rtenrdon , general manager of the Omaha & St. Louis nnd the Omaha. Kan- pas CHv Eastern loads and Assistant Gen eral Manager n H Slnufllcr were In the i-lty jontcrday morning for a short time Although Mr. IlPiirdou said ho was not pre pared at this time to give out anything for publication It is umloi stood that his appoint ment means the separation of the two roads from the Port Arthur route nnd that from this on thev will ho operated Independently. Age-tits and others have been ordered to rc- nlt to Qulncy Instead of to Kaunas City , as they have been doing hitherto. N Y. Plumbing comnany. Tel. 220. IIcullallNtniiu. . ipaoaengcrs arriving yesterday on train No. lf of the Omaha R. St. Louis road re ported having encountered a terrific hail storm four miles ea.st of Silver Cltj. The Ktorm appeared to have swept over a stretch of country about four inllc wide. At Silver City , on the east side of the depot , the hall laj foui Inches deep , while on the west ldc thcro wax none. The ImlUtonct * weio of an unusually largo filzc Several showers of hall struck Council Illuffs lust night , but n far as could bo learned no suiloua damage was done The nol o of the hillatonos on the tin roof of the Dolmny theitor during ' the performance drowned the vulcra of the , nctara nt times. Some of the hailstones mcaflured over an Inch In diameter. Passengers coming In on the Northwest ern road ropoited a cyclone at Uoono , but no particular were obtainable. D A Dullls cleans and repairs all ' < lnt3s of sewing machines. 337 Drondvvny. Io Dix-torN In MPI- ( . The forty-eighth annual meeting of the Iowa Stnto Medical society will lie held Wednesday , Thursday nnd Trlday of this week nt Cedar Knphle. Ir ) V. L. Trejnor of this city U chairman of the inaturli mcdlci and therapeutics flection anil as nuch will have to make mi annual report Dr. James C llobertson of this city Is onu of the trustees , who u term of oillco o.\plre3 this > ear Dr Donald Macrae ! a member of the committee on export testimony ami Dr Mary V. Tlnley Is down on the | irogiam for n papar on "The Uses of Water In PodUlrlre " Dr. Robertson Is booked for a jmper on "Puerperal Eclampsia. " A nuin- iier of thu doctors from this city expect to attend the meeting and will leave for Cedar Itaplds tomorrow afternoon. DRINK 6RAIN-0 after you have concluded that you ought not to drink coffee. It Is not a medicine but doctors order It , becaua ; It Is healthful. In- vlt-oratlnp and appetlzlnK. U Is made from pure grains and nan that rich seal brown color and tastes like the finest grades of coffee and costs about ; as much. Children like It and thrive on It berauto It le a gen uine food drink containing nothing but nourishment. Ask jour groctr for Graln-O , tb * new food drink , Uc aud Ka. LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES BOUGHT For tiivli or 'l.oiuiuil on , E. II. SHUAFIJ & CO. , 6 I'curl btrcvt , Cuiiuutl lllull'v , Iu o. STEALS A PAIR OF TROUSERS Thief Appropriates n Garment Belonging to J. J. Stewart. ALSO TAKES THE ATTORNEY'S ' SPECTACLES Until Mr. nml Mr * . SliMtnrt SiM'tiroil a ( .nod Ilink at the Hur 1nr'H 1'itcu nml HUM * ( lit PII tin- Police a Pull IH'NiTlptlon. A burglar inado Attorney J. J. Stewart a visit yesterday monilng about 4 o'clock at his residence on M > nster street. The thief was not In scorch of legal advice , but was after plunder and as a reminder of his uarly and unceremonious call'took away with lilni Mr. Stewart's gold watch , valued at $100 , and din gold rimmed spectacles. That the follow was not easily soared was demonstrated by the fact that after his presence had been dis covered , ho grabbed Mr. Stewart's trousers , and although the attorney made a desperate effort to Bave ithcnt the thief succeeded In itnntlnif ihnt i nunv from Air. Stnunn'a irnRn. nnd with them jumped through the window nnd disappeared round the rear of ( tie house. Mr Stewart jelled for the police , but this did not disconcert the fellow tm he took suf- llclent timeto go through 'the pockets of the tiouscis In which ho found n pockctbook containing nothing but a number of papcis whloh the rascal cuicfully scanned nnd to gether with tlio trousers threw Into ithe out house. Ho then tan acioss lots nnd made his escape on Washington avenue The thief entered the house through a win dow on the east side , and llrst wont Into the partor vvflw'io he secured the watch and spec tacles blng on a email table In thu center of the loom. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart sleep In a bedroom opening off the parlor , and Into this the thief made hla way , crawling on his hands and knees , lly the light of n small lamp , burning In the hall , Mre. Stewart saw the fellow. She at once tuvokc her husband , and they both tlioutcd for the police. As soon as the follow t > aw that his piesenco was dlscoveicd he rose to his feet , and despite the fact that both Mr and Mrs. Stewart were calling for the police he made n grab at Stewart's trousers on a chair at the side of tdo bed. Mr. Stewart also made a grab for them , nnd then there commenced a tug of war In which the nervy burglar ] came off winner. Having secured the garment the follow ran Into the parlor and climbed through the open window Into the void. Both Mr. and Mrs. Stewart secured n good look at the man's face , which ho had made no effort to conceal , and thus were able to furnish the police with a good de scription. The burglary , following so close upon the jobberies at the Teller and Hart residences , leads the police to believe that the work la that of a local thief. So far none of the Jewcli y stolen from Banker Hart's residence has been recovered , hut the police arc said to have a clew upon which they are workIng - Ing Mr. Stewart's watch was a holld gold cased timepiece nnd was recently purchased for $100 from a local Jeweler. Domestic soap out-sells all others. Save jour Domestic soap wrappers and getl n Bet of spoons. , AHHi-MMorn Tiilil to Hurry Up. All but four of the assessors have sent in their asbessment books to County Auditor Inncs. The assessors not heard from BO far nro these of Council Bluffs , Carson , Nonvalk and Valley townships. With the exception of Assessor Ilardln of this city the delinquents have been notified to hurry their returns In as soon as possible. Au ditor Innes is having considerable trouble with the hooks returned by some of the assessors. The law provides that real estate hhall bo listed and valued for taxation In each odd numbered year and in each year In which real estate Is not regularly as sessed the assessor shall list and assess any real property not Included in the pre vious assessment and also any buildings erected since the previous assessment. This has alwajs been construed to mean that such additional valuation as that of buildIngs - Ings is to be taxed only on the even num bered jear and that when the assessment of real pioporty is taken In the odd numbered year the enhanced value of the real estate by reason of additional buildings IB consid ered and shown only as the value of the real estate and the notation relating to new buildings should not bo made This rule has not boon folio-wed by some of the assessors this jcar and they have given value of Innds apparently regardless of improvements and then added the item of now buildings , which leaves the auditor the task of computing the Increase of the valuation per aero of the land. Domestic soap sold by all rcrcccrs. Call and see the New Home sewing ma chine. Handled by (1 A. fiuiris. 33" Broad way. Boat facilities for storing stoves. Cole & Cole's new waieliouso $1 and up. KiilKlitH of KliorllNsun. A temple of the Dramatic Order Knights of Khoraesan has been organized In this city with the following officers Venerable fihelk , U. A. Ihindcy , Mars lodge No 13fl , Omaha ; rojal vizier , II T Hall , St. Al- ban'fi No 17. Council Bluffs , grand emir , Chris Hoyer , Triangle lodge No fi4 , Omabi ; niahedl , J. AV Terrier , Concordla No. f > 2 , Council Bluffs , secretary , J. H Swnrtz , St Alban's No. 17. Council Bluffs ; treasurer , 0. A TlbblU , St Albin's Xio 17 , Council BH-vT-s ; menial , T. A Baiker , St. Alban's No. 17 , Council Bluffs , sihlb , C. B Washington , St. Albin's No 171 , Council Bluffs ; Joe , D. K. Stuart , St. Alban'B No 17 , Council Bluffs ; moKannn , George A. McKay , Nebraska No. 1 , Omaha The Knights of Khorassan bear the same relation to the Knlghtd of 1'ythlas that the Shriners do to the Masons. The temple organl7od hero has Jurisdiction over ten adjoining counties. Omaha and South Omaha The formal Institution of the tern- plo Is expected to take place about Juno 1 when the ceremonies will conclude with a banquet , nt which from 200 to 300 knights arc llkulj to to present. Domestic soap whitens the clothes. Twenty tons of Domestic soap used every mouth In Council Bluffs. Davis sells drugs AVnui'N ol .HIM llaiiiU HiilMOil. CLINTON , la , May 14 ( Special , ) The wages of the emplojes of the Lamb mills In this city have been advanced 10 cents a da > for nil common labor and other em- plojes have received a corresponding In crease The action was untollclted on the part of thu cmplojes and came as a pleasant surprise Over SOO men are cmplojcd at the three mills In Clinton owned by C. Lamb A Son .N .t > .Normal School 'IVm-liiT * . CUDAU TALLS , la , May 14. ( Special ) At the meeting of the board of trustees for ll'i' Stata Normal school , 1'rof Louis liege man , M S. , was elected as associate pro- fctsor la the department of physical science I'rof. Bcgemnn Is a graduate of the Untvetslty of Michigan , completing his course In lifi" . He Is now superintendent of the public schools at Cor > don , la. Tor six years ho was at the bend of the de partment of phvslca and chemistry at Par sons college. I'rof A. C. Page has been nt the head of tills department since 1SSO , but the growth of the school has necessitated n division of the work. Prof Page will now take charge of the department of chemistry alone , and I'rof. liegeman will assume th < > work in the department of phjslcs. wm it IMC iionnr.itv. Wo in on I'nilor Arri'Nt PlKtirei In Noted ItnliiMlint K > 'f Cam1 , KLDOUA , In , May 14 ( Special. ) Sheriff Mltterer has arrested Mag Hamilton and her daughter Klllo and Sam Burch of Glffonl on a telegram from the sheriff of Hamil ton countj' . They were hold hero over night In the Jail by the deputy sheriff on the ground that they wore Implicated in ( tie raid on the Ellsworth hank. Mag was arrested at Steamboat Hock , her daughter here and Sam Burch was arrcstoa nt Gifford. But $50 was found amongst them all All three will be held hero until moro of nn Investigation can bo made. Mag Hamilton was the wife of Enoch Johnson , the man wlio was killed by the Ilalnsbarger boys , and for which deed they nro now doing time In the Anamosa pen. She Is n nototlous character In nnd about Gilford , where the has conducted question able resorts for > ears. The clew upon which the nrrests were made is nald to be the fact that among the money stolen wne a number of $20 bills marked. Mag Hamilton and the other woman arrested are paid to have been seen In Ellsworth shortly after the robbery oc curred. Yesterday one of the women came to Eldora and passed one of the marked bills on n merchant at this place. This is considered pi city strong evidence. The Royal Highlanders have organized a lodge at Tama. There nre 17,000 volumes In the Dubuque Young Men's library. Now Hartford has voted to grant a fran- chlto to a gas companj. The building fund of Drake university has been Increased to $ l > 5,000. The deposits in the three banks at Indo- pemlencu aggregate $928,1129.60. The L. D. Shaw elevator nt Brlstow was burned. Loss , an elevator nnd contents , $3,000. At the Independence Hospital for the In- suno forty patients weio received during the month of April. A new cattle disease has been found In Marshall county and the state veterinarian has been appealed to. A company Is projected at Lyons to re build the electric light plant , equipping it with modern machlnerj- . There is a case of suspected tuberculosis In the herd of milch cows at the State Or phans' home , Davenport. The mothei and flve ch'ldrcn of a Fonta- nolle family have died of measles. Tour others arc in a precarious condition. The HtUo son of Everett Wcstcott o West Union had his face badly Injured by acci dentally pouring carbolic acid on it. Ole Llndstrum , nn Ottumwa packing house emploje , was run over and killed by a Chicago , Burlington & . Qulncy train. A. W. Bailey of Dews has been bound over to await trial on the charge of bet ting lire to and buining his hotel build ing. ing.Tho The water and light company of Leinars has brought suit against that cltj' to get them to reduce the assessed value of their plant $30,000 , which they claim is in cx- cess. cess.Work bad boon commenced on the new $12,000 parochial school building at Ban croft nnd the contractors hope to have It finished in tlmo for the fall term to open In the month of September. There is a great number of other buildings going up lu Bancroft and vicinity. ROT THIS ItlCUT MAN. So Il Coulil Not S > iniintlil/o vilth the \Irllni of Ilitril I.urk. "Are you the editor' " ho said , aa he walked solemnly hut fearlessly Into the t-anctum sanctorum of the Washington Star without saying good .morning . or ob serving any other of the usual amenities. "I am , " responded the editor pretty much as If ho were N. Bonaparte crossing the Alps. "Well , they told mo down ntalra jou was the man I wanted to sec. " "If It is the editor jou want I am tha man. What Is It jou will have ? " The visitor Bat down. "Did jou ever think you loved a woman harder than a mule can kick ? " ho Inquired In a manner which Indicated that the editor wouldn't hesitate to answer. "Woll , " said the editor , smiling , "I don't know that It is any of your business " "Of course It ain't , " the visitor responded , quite unruffled. "But you mu t havo. You look like a man that had the right feelings in him. I guess every man has that Is any ] kind of a man at all , don't you' " The visitor's manner v.ns Irresistible. "Granted that I have , " said the editor , "what has that got to do vlth what you nro hero for' " "Did you over marry a wldder with 'loven children ? " continued the visitor , without ex planation. "I novcr did , " said the editor , heartily. "Don't know nothln' about that sort of thing , do you' " "Nothing whatever. " The visitor rose to go , "Them people downstairs was mistaken , " ho said brlclly. "What do you mean ? " Inquired the puzzled editor. "They said I wanted to see the editor. " "Well , don't you ? " "No , sir I'm lookln' for the man that'o got a feller feelln' and can nympsithlzo with mo. You don't know the fust principles. ! Good mornln1 , " and ho walked out with as llttlo ceremony as ho had come In. IUIAVIII ; : ) oi' Minm.r. " , uvis. How a Uncfnl liiNilriitloii | Came to KllliM Hour , When Ellas Howe Invented the sowing machine , relates the Now Yoik Mall and Exprets , ho got along very well until ho eamo to the making of a needle , then ho was at a standstill , for he could not dis cover where the ejo of the needle should be placed. At first ho thought that a needle fashioned after the ordlnarj needle for hand sewing might ho nil right , but after miwh experimenting ho found that it would not do. One night ho dreamed that ho was In a far distant country that was ruled Jvcr bj a savage king The king ordered him to construct a beulng machine , and not daring to disobey orders , ho at once set to work All went well until he came to the location of the needle's eje ; then his trouble began. The King grow Impatient , and finally gave the. Inventor just twenty-four hours In which to complete the machine , and tola him be must forfeit his life ho failed to finish the task But ho could not invent n proper needle , and had to give It up. Just us the king's warriors were about to take him away to execute him he no. tlced that the spears they carried ivero pierced near the head Like an Inspiration the solution of the needle problem came to him , and while Imploring the savage king lor a little more time he awoke Although it was but t o'clock In the mornIng - Ing , Mr Howe arose at once uml went to his worKbhop , and by 8 o'clock ho had moa- eled u needle for his sewing machine wltfc an eye at the point. TO LIVES ARE BLOTTED OUT Woodbury County People Succeed in Shuffling Off the Mortal Ooil , WOMAN HANGS HERSELF WHILE CRAZY Venn - Mmi I'ntM n iiullet Through Illi Itrnln While Sitting I" a Chair HolilhiK "It. hcart'x Hum ! . SIOUX CITY , May 14 ( Special Telegram. ) Information telling of the suicide of two AVoodbury county people has reached Sioux City. One of these jlend Is Mrs. H. R Brown of Sioux Cltj1 , who hanged herself at Doon , la , vvhllo in a demented btato follow ing despondency over the death of her hus band. She tied towels around her neck and , kicking out a chair from under her feet , \ > roku her neck. Her father formerly was postmaster of Sioux City. James SklmmtThorn shot himself In the head near Correctlonv Ille , la. , because ho could not at once marry Miss Vernlo Kchoe. Ho had Just choked his sister bccausio she took the revolver away from him and was sitting holding Miss Kchoes hand. Ho was 22 jcars old and the son of a well-to-do farmer. Ho said ho would kill himself If not allowed to marry at once- , but the girl's mother said 'they ' must wait until aho was of age- . ST. LOUIS WINS IN ELEVENTH llcciml AHcnilmifo of Tvotitj-Slv ThoiiNiiiul SiilU ( o llatolitt utl Cniiie ttltli the Hcilx. ST. LOUIS , Mo , May 14 H took cloven Innings for St. Louls to defeat Cincinnati today. The visitors were In the leail up to the seventh Inning , when Tobeau's pots bunched their hits nnd tied the scoro. Powell was hit hard by the visitors , while Breltcnsteln hold the locals down to nine hits , although he did Bend eight men to bases on balls. Attendance was the largest on record here , 26,000 persons being pres ent. Scoie- six CINCINNATI n n o A n Jl II O A B mil-Kelt. If 0 1 4 0 0 Se"llvi < rh ct I . 7 0 0 Meltcun , w I 3 S 3 1 Bnillh , If 3 .t 3 0 0 Hoklrlek. rf .1 1300 Miller rf 00200 . BtolnRIcit. 3bl 3130 VVnllncc , 51) 0 1 2 0 0 Corcoran , ss 0 1 1 4 0 0 Mcl'hrv , JU 01331 CrlBer , o . 0 J 8 2 Tcbeau. llj. 0 0 S 1 0 Heckles , 11) 0 2 10 0 0 Hlak ef . wool , i < o i r > i o 1'uucll , p llr'tcnsfn , i > 0 3 0 1 0 Totals . C 0 3.1 10 1 Totnli 5 1''K U 1 * Two out when winning run was scored. St Loul * . 1-fi Cincinnati . . - Earned runs : St. Louis , 1 , Cincinnati , 4. Two-base hits. Criger , Sellnch , Stelnfcldt , Mel'hee , Brelteiibtcin. Double plays : le- beiiu to MeKean to Tobeau Hases on balls : Oft Breltenstcln , S Struck out : By Ureit- cnxteln. 2. by Powell , 4. Umpires : Wi'son nnd ' \ aughn. Time : 2:20. : iiK of tinTciuim. . Played. Won. Lost. P.C St. Louis . 3 17 G .739 Philadelphia . 2t J7 7 . .OS . Chicago . ! ' - Cincinnati . 22 14 S .CoG Uiooklyn . 24 1G S fG7 Hoston . 2t II 10 .5S , Baltimore . 24 11 It .4oS Louisville . 22 3 " .409 Now York . S 9 1 .409 1'lttsburg . 22 S II .361 Washington . 24 4 .0 .Ihi Cleveland . 22 3 19 .1 , , Gitmes for today : Philadelphia at Uiook- 'vn New York nt Baltimore ; Boston at "Washington : Chicago ai Plttsburg ; Cln- rlnnitl at Cleveland ; Loulhvlllo at St. Louis. OK THU WnsTCH.N IjUAGUU. 1 iiuitrr nMcn Came to St. Paul ami Kluc'N Ilcforc NVratli ot MliimMiiioIl * . St. I'llllI , 1)1 MIllllPlllKlIlH * O. ImllaiiaiMillN ColinnbiiH , 1. KIIIIMIM City , B ) Milwaukee , 4. ST. PAUL , May 14 Today's game ended In the eighth Inning when Umpire Man- nassau gave the game to St. Paul , 9 to 0 , because Wllmot and Andrews , who had bccii ordered oft the grounds , did not leave In the time specified. The attendance was to largo that ground rules were made , 'tthen Mnnnassau ordered two Minneapolis runners who had scored on Geler's throw Into the crowd , back to third nnd second , the Min neapolis contingent broke onto the diamond , threatening the umpire , but with the aid of players and police , Mannassau got away In feafotj. Score : RHE. St Paul 0 001042 0-7 SB Minneapolis . . . 0100000 2-2 r > 3 Batteries St. Paul , Denzer and Spies , Minneapolis Parker and Dlxon and Flhher COLUMBUS. O. , May 15. Today's gnmo was a o'tohei's battle and It took ten in nings to decide It Shnrrott made the win ning run for the visitors , leading off with a two-backer , advancing' to third on a lly out to center and fcored on an infield out Manager Loftun has traded King Crooks to Buftalo for Outfielder Pickering , Score : H1I E Columbus . . . - Ilndlanapolls 1 00000000 1-2 C3 Batteries Co umbus , Cross and Buckley ; Indian molls , Newton and Kahoe. MILWAUKEE , WIs. , May 14-Tho covv- bcvs out bat ted the home teim todaj' , wln- nliiKtliy a narrow margin. Weather cloudy ami cold. Attendance , AOOO , Score : R H.E. Kansas City 1 01002100-592 Milwaukee 1 01110000-451 Bitteiles Kansas Cltj' , Friend nnd Wil son , Milwaukee , Hart and Speer. Manillas of tln > Tt-aiiiN. Plajed.AVnn Lost P.C. Milwaukee 1C 9 7 .503 St Paul 10 9 7 .563 IndlnnapollH 1G 9 7 .51)3 Hultalo 15 S 7 .51 ! Mlnne.tpo Is 17 9 8 ,52J Detroit 1G S 8 .500 Kansas City 17 7 10 .412 Columbus 15 G 9 .400 Normal * lli-atin. FREMONT Neb , May 14 ( Spccial.-The ) Nnr.nil hchool base ball nine plnyed the Tremont team t the High School Athletic grounds yesterday afternoon and wn beaten bj a fcoie of 13 to b The town team got onto Mlers' curves In thu becond nnd third Innings. Everybody took a swipe at the ball and before they quit ran up 7 scores , Buchanan was then put In the box uml but live hits were made Horn his Pltrhln : : . Score : Fremont 0 5 7 0 0 1 2 0 3 IS Normals 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 d 1 S Batteries Premonts , Marshall and Jame son. Norma a , Mloi- : , Buchanan nnd Kur- \allc Kulrli'N for Club Mi-mlii * * Iliuullcaii. ST. LOUIS , Muy 34Tho Club Members' handicap , a swcopstakes for 1-year-olds and upward , will be run at thu fall grounds mi Sutuidaj , June J , distance , one mile and a ( juarter Following are the entries and weights absluncd Algol , 120 , Llcber Kail , 120. Wbntoi Loue , 119. Macy , us , jobn Hrlzht , 11G. Bannock Burn , 117. The Ro man , Hi , Crocket , 10i , Dunols , 111 , E < ] rar- rell , 110 , Fervor , Itft , Hemii , 10s , W. Over- ton , 107 , Isabej. 107 , Sir Ro la , 105 , Iliick- vldere , 105 , Found , 105 , Corslnc , 105 , St Slmonlun , 100 , y.abrooke , 100 , Kitty u , joe , Lleber Anton , J , Ordnung , 9J , Morlnga , iiij , The Tarcoon , 9C , Belle of MemphU , 93 , IJah- < 'U1 | , 95 , Ben Bramble. 91. Leo Planter 91 Mazu , 91. Forbush , 94 , Sir G rat Inn , 9) ) I'll nochle , 91 , Albert Swlnd 90 , Obsidian , 92. Alleviate90 , Hub Prathcr , 90 , Hlttlck , 89 Handoo , W , Demosthenes , S3 , Glcnrace W , I riylwf Bird , M , Black Spot. 85. HiiilM la a 'lie. BURLINGTON. la May -Special ( Telegram ) The nine-hour-champlonshlp- wotnen's-blcjole-race c-losed lust night with the following HI ore. Anderson , Gluw LIs- Ute. each , Uu miles Ward withdrew with a record of 1S5 miles and 10 laps , IliuAroiinil Han Tram-Urn lla > . SAN FRANCISCO , May 14.-The sixth annual ico-mllo rc-laj bicycle race around San rranclscj ba > was ridden todaj and resulted in a victory for the Olympic C.uli You cannot appreciate a good thing till you sec it , I have the most complete up-to-date line on the Missouri river. None equal. My line consists of the COLUMBIA VEHICLESNo better made in the United States for the price. My prices are right. Send for Catalogue and get the best vehicles built for the money Council Bluffs , io\\u. TO BEE Subscribers Only PALL at The Bee offices each " " month between the 1st and the 10th , pay one month's subscription to the Daily and Sunday Bee and jjot a copy of the Woman's Home Com pan ion FRJEE To IBee Subscribers Only. wheelmen. The dlstnnco vv is covered In four hours fort > - slminuter , t\\o anil fout-llfths secomK des ] > ltc the fact tint the latter hnlf of the course was covered In the teeth of a. sale 'Iho tlmn of the winners last jear was I r"i , 13 13. r. Ilus1 * , vho nnlshed for thu Olympics , enl > won from J E AVIntf of the Garden Cltj vvhol- men by one-lifth of a second , the do est llnlth on record for .1 IW-inllo road r < ice. The Hay Pltys were third , comlnpr In nine minutes later , and the Acmes brought up the rear , ton minutes afterward. Several ilders sustained fa Is , but none -were In jured. Kort > men i > irtlclpated In the nice and each was attended by , i trainer. s roil wnvrnitN MlT UA s. Siir lmrH < if li ' Cl ll AVur llonipni- licrcil l > j Uio ( ioiu-rnl C \ t > riinu > ii ( . WASHINGTON , Jlay 1-1 ( Special. ) The follow Ing western pensions have been granted : Issue of May 2 : Nebraska : Original William II. MoVay , iionKciman , ? s increase Kpnralm II Hall , Omaha , $ S to $10 ; John Trance , Soldleis1 and Sailors' home. Grand Island , JG to ? S. Iowa : Additional William II. Tlnslcy , Dos Jlolnes , ? S to $12 ; Isaac riggins. Stlola , $2 to $8. Increase I'eter Drown , Maxwell , $12 to Jll. Oiiglnal , widows , etc. Olive J. Lamb , Newton , $20 ; Sarah A. Minshall , Des Moinea , $8 ; Harriet A. Barker , Pcrty , $12 , Hsther Sargent , I oulhe , $8 ; Ljdla 1'arKlson , I'.inora , $8 ; Saiah A. Hewitt , Lacona , $8. South Dakota : Increase George S Stark , Sprlnglleld , $0 to $ S. llelssue and increase Henry Van Slyck , Trcdcrlck , $12 to $17. TODAY'S WEATHER FORECAST omTN Arc I'rrillctfil for the Mln- Hourl Vullry it Illi AVlniln from ( he UiiNt. WASHINGTON , May 14. Forecast for Monday- For Nebraska and South Dakota Showers Monday ; partly cloudy Tuesday , east to northeast winds. For Kansas Showers nnd cooler Mondaj' , with probibly thunderstorms ; Tuesday fair In western , showers followed by fair In east ern portion , east to southeast winds. For Wtoming Showers Monday , with cooler in western portion , winds shifting to northwesterly , partly cloudy Tuesday. For Iowa Showers Monday nnd probably Tuesday ; Increasing easterly winds. For Mlssouil Showers Monday , with cooler in we&tern portion , showers and cooler Tuesday ; southeasterly winds. I , < > i ! n I Hi'i'orcl , OFFICC OF THE WEATIIF.n 1UJHEAU , OMAHA , May 14 Omaha record of temper ature and precipitation compared with the corresponding day of the last three jears : 1SD1 1MH 1S17 ISO'S Maximum tempeinture. . . Bl ( .1 00 03 Minimum temperature . . . 41 51M 3S fil Average temperature . M II 5S Precipitation . 19 .C9 .00 .4S Record of temperature nnd precipitation nt Omaha for this day and since Maith 1 , : SM Ncrmal for the day . Gj Deficiency for the day . ] j Accumulated deficiency since March 1 240 Normal rainfall for the day . II Inch ExeesB for the day . 0'iliuh Tot il rainfall slnio March 1 . I2llmh Deficiency since March 1 . 2 JJ Inch Deficiency for cor period , 1S3S . . .S" im h Excess for cor , period , 1SD7 . 2 OS Inch Iti-iiortN from SlalloiiH nt S i > . in , T Indicates trace of precipitation I. 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