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TITE OMAHA "DAILY BEE: MOXDAY. XOVEMBETl 5, 1900.
COUNCIL minor mh.viio.n. I Davis buIIh glum. "Mr. lllley," &-cent cigar. Gits fixtures and globe at Hlxby's. Klne A. II. C. brnr Ncumayer's hotnU Wollman, nclcntiric optician, tO H'U'y. Bnhmldt's photos, new and Intent styles, W, J Hostfitlr.r, dentist, Unldwln block. Moore's stock food kilts worms, fattens. Drink Iludwelscr beer. I.. Iloscnfeld, at,t. II, E. White, employment aKncy, 19 tidy, m I.efrcrt, Jewolcr, optlclnn. 23(f Hroailwny. Mm. Howell of .loiilln, Mo., Is tlio guest of nor sinter, Airs, n. II, .Mi-rrluin, Get your work dono nt ttio popular Kagla laundry, ;? llromlwny 'I'hono if.7, Mrs. Vli-lor K. HeiiiW of llluff street Is Visiting relnllWH In (laleshure, 111, V G, Eslcp, undertaker, 23 I'carl street. Telephones; Office, D7: residence, 33. Miss Allco Ilrnndrlff of Missouri Vnlloy Is the KUest of Mrs. Lyman Shngnrt. C K. Alexiimlcr & Co. have Just lm ported somn beautiful Italian pictures. W K draff, undertnkur and licensed em balmer, lul Hoiilh Main street. 'Phono U-G. Mrs. K. r. Watts returned home yes terday from n vllt with friends nt Jack sonville, ill. Mr. and Mrs, 8. W. Hatch of Ashland. Neb,, aru vIhUIiik In this city for u lew days. John Keoney Is home from a trip to the Xllaek Hills and Is now located at 29! 1 Avu nue a. Miss Mattdn Holilnsou of Park nvenue Is homo from a two months' visit with friends at Mnrne, ta. Judge Orcen of the district court was In tho city yesterday on his wuy to his home In Audubon from Nebraska. Don't burn your old wool mattress. Mor gan A Klein will do them over by the new process bettor than now. 122 South Stain treet. Thero will be a special nicotine this even IliK of Kxcelsior Masonic lotlKi- No, ISO for work In tho third deisreo to bo followed by batifiuet. A. W. Hickman, ! 13. Itnrr, it. J. Nichols, Tlmo 'J'holl and C. A. Wiley of tho First National .innk went to Honey Creek yester day on a s'ltilrrel limit. JlcKlnuliiK classes In (IrcKK shorthand, touch typewriting, bookkcupltiK and com mon branches at Western Iowa, college, day and night school, November G. Mr. and Mis. M. II. Musser arrived In New York yesterday from .a six-months' Kuropcan trip, They aro expected to reuoh Uielr homo In this city In n few days, During the llrst three days of this month naturalization papers were sniuted to twenty-seven aliens In the district and superior courts. Twenty persons wore naturalized during October. Thomas llowmau Is In the east orRitulzIng tho llluff City Oas and Kleetrle Light com imny, which was recently ranted a fran chise and which has tho contract for tho city lighting. Word from the superintendent at the late asylum at Clnrlnda Is to the effect that W. II. M. I'usey Is no better nnil fears aro entertained that owing to his advanced ago am) enfeebled condition he may not sur vive, his present Illness, Charles Nolan, arrested Thursday nlKht aftor his partner. Irvln lllveley, had re fused to pay hla faro across tho brldKc and had held up tint toll collector at the point of a rovolvur, has been taken back to South Omaha, where he Is wanted to answer to a charge, of chicken Ft on I In jr. Misses Mlntlo and l.lzzlo Drake are home from a week's trip to Minnesota. In speak ing of a musical entertainment glvnn In Klmoro tho Hyo of that city says: "The little Draku sisters brought down the limine In their solos, duets and cake walks. The way Miss l.lzzlo handles the pluno Is rcnlly marvelous," Margaret II. Corlles has brought suit In the district court to restrain Sheriff Cousins from Issuing a sheriff's deed to Anna K. IlrumbatiKh In foreclosure proceedings upon a certain lot und house In tills city, occupied by tho plaintiff as u home, Mrs. llrum n.'itigli sued to forccloso a mortgage, for 11,000 and It Is claimed by Mrs. Corlles that bIio had no legal notlco of tho suit. A typical specimen of tho goiniH hobo giv ing tho namo of Tim Hugrim found the front door of City Clerk I'lilllips' home open Sat urday evening and forthwith proceeded to make himself comfortable In one of the .rmchairH In tho parlor, where ho was shortly nfter discovered by Mrs. Phillip:). AftejcimsiaeraMoMroiiblq' fio'was InduJeM to remove himself to the front porch while the police were telephoned for and the fel low escorted to Jail. N. V. numbing Co., telephone 250. MAXFIi:i.I)'S IIIUSF. IH lt.WNACICUU. Buralnrs Loot (lie 1'rrinlnpN ut I.rlsnrp nitd (Jet .11 in-It Iluoty. The residence of I). V. Maxlleld nt 13S Harrison street was broken Into by bur glars Saturdiiy night. Kvery room In tho house was thoroughly ransacked and a large amount of booty carried away by tho thluvea. Mr. Maxflold 8 family are out of the city for a few dayH inil when ho visited the house Saturday evening ho found every thing all right. Yesturday morning, how ever, when ho went to his homo the In terior looked Homawhat as If a cyclonu had struck It. Hvorythlng was topsy turvy, cupboards and bureaus were open and the contents scattered over tho floors. Trunks had been broken open and overy corner In tho house appeared to have been thoroughly and systematically ronsncked. A hasty tnvontory showed that tlio greater part of Mr. ond Mrs. Maxflcld's wearing apparel had been curried off, as well as a rovolvor and a violin valued at IlKO. Everything of vnluo except the household furniture was missing. Tho floors of tho different rooms wero littered with burned matches, showlnit that tho thieves must havo visited tho promises sotno time during tho night. En trance was secured by prying open onn of tho kitchen windows. Neighbors heard nolso In the house during tho night, but paid no ntfcntlon to It. supposing that tt was Maxfleld or some members of hts fam ily who had como homo lute. Davis soils paint. I'll v I n ir I'rolilrin Solved. Contractor Wlckbam expects to resume work on tlio paving of Tenth avenue this morning. Tho question how to lay the pav ing nnd provide for carrying off the water without Interfering with the tracks of the Union Pacific has been settled. The Union rnelllo has switch tracks on both sides at tho avenuo which would have to be moved If gutters wero laid. To obvlato this tlio paving will bo laid with a concave surface, thuB providing a waterway In the center of tho thoroughfare, Instead of at the Bides. Gutters will be laid under the Ilurllngton tracks which cross tho nvenue. Work on tho Washington avenue paving Is progressing rapidly and a good deal of the top course of Pes Moines brick Is down. Contractor Wlckbam hopes to finish the pav ing on this street this week If tho wenthcr keeps favorable. Domestic soap gives licit satisfaction, Commonwealth 10-cent cigar. h AftM LOANS Nepo lated In Eastern Nebraska fom,.,,!wu, J,n" N. Caxady, Jr 120 Main St , Council Illulfj. Save Your Money; Uy F Investing KAVINC.S, LOAN AMI tUJlMUXG ASS'N, 1113 Pearl blrcut, Cauuull Hlaffs, la, Every Shoe a Bargain H Every Pair Warranted HAMILTON'S B BLUFFS. LAST GUN OF THE BIG FIGHT Republicans Will Wind Up Tonight with Grand Parade and Rally. WALTER I, SMITH TO ADDRESS VOTERS lis Only Speech to Council ItlulTs ntlrnt Will He .Mode nt tbr Dtilintiy Opim llonse Tonight, The last big gun of the campaign will bo fired by the republicans tonight at the Dohany opera house when Hon. Walter I. Smith, cundldato for congress from tho Ninth district, will speak on tho political Issues now before tho people. Judge Smith's reputation as a speaker will un doubtedly ensure him a packed house. Tho meeting will commence at 8 o'clock and at the special rcnuebt of Judge Smith the members of the McKlnley-Uoosovelt Col ored Marching club will act as un escort for the speaker. Previous to tho meeting tho McKlnley (Juards will give an exhibi tion drill, tn which tho manipulation of the flumbeaux will form a prominent llgurc. Chalrmnn Wright of tho republican county central committee has made ar rangements to receive complete returns from every precinct In tho county Tuesday night, but owing to tho size of the ballot It Is not expected that any definite figures will be obtainable before sometime Wednesday morning. The Intent advices received at the central commltteo heRdquarters leave no doubt but thatUhe entire republican county ticket will be elected. As Chairman Wright said yesterday; "tt Is now merely a question of how big Hit majority will be. Despite the claims made by Chairman Ilrooks Heed of tho deinocnitlu county central commit tee, tho result of tomorrow's election, so fur as I'ottawattamle county Is concerned, Is a foregone conclusion nnd tho republican county ticket will bo elected from top to bottom." Hov, Kdword Wilson, pastor of Mt. Zlon llnptl.it church of this city, has prepared an address to tho colored voters of Coun cil Mutts calling upon them to voto tho straight republican ticket. Ho deals tn masterly manner with the Issues nnd ex plains tho reasons why the colored voter should not fall to cost his ballot for Pres ident McKlnley and tho republican party as being the real frlouds of 'tho negro, while history shows that Hryan and hts followers aro exactly tho rovcrso. As to tho congressional situation, the Ninth district Is strongly republican and Hon. Walter I. Smith will undoubtedly bo elected by bd overwhelming majority over tho democratic uomlueo, City Attorney Wadsworth. Tho name Is said about tho republican Judicial ticket and Judges iMacy ami Wheeler will both bo elected by largo pluralities. Most for your money tomo3tlc soap. Gravel roofing. A. II. Read, G41 nroadway. Complete Itetnrns of ItPKlstriitlon. Complete returns received yesterday show that tho total registration Saturday night reached n,499, Just ono short of tho number estimated by Chairman Wright of tho republican county central committee. The registration In tho Second precinct of tho Fifth ward Saturday was seventy-six, bringing tho total number of voters regis tered In that precinct up to 4o2, two more than the estimate given yesterday morn ing. In tho Second precinct of the Sixth ward Saturday's registration was twenty six, bringing the total number In that pro clnct up to sixty-nine, fourteen more than tho estimate given Sunuayinorntng. This 1b tho largest number ovor registered In west Council llluffs, which constitutes tho Second precinct of the Sixth ward. Tho correct figures for tho registration In tho city nre: First ward, First precinct 453 First ward, Second precinct 621 Second ward, First precinct K31 Second wnrd, Second precinct tK Third ward, First precinct -171 Third wnrd. Second precinct i33 Fourth wnrd, First precinct 41)) (mirth ward, Second precinct 381 Fifth ward, llrst precinct fi.". Fifth ward, Second precinct 4"2 Sixth ward, First precinct 517 Sixth ward, Second precinct G't Total c.ira This gives an Increase of 937 over tho registration In 1806. PrepiluniR ctven with Domestic soap. Howell's Anll-"Kawf" cures cougtil, colds. I'.li-clloii Juilftrn nnil ClrrUs. TIicbo aro tho Judges nnd clerks who will presldo In tho several precincts of the city at tho election tomorrow: j First Ward First precinct: Jivlces, 1 Iewls Hammer. W. C. Dicker, Phil Ware- hnm: clerks, C, A. Morgan. J. C. Wood ward. Second precinct: Judges, C. II, Ittlber. H. n. Gardner, 13, C, llaldy: clerks, j Frnnk PliTmtt. V. F. Italn, I Second Ward First precinct: Judges, E. It. IiOugne, Spencer Smith, II. McIJermotf, clerks. W. J. heverett. A, W. Cnac'y. Second precinct: Judges, J. D. Johnson, J. It, Pace, William Alstrand; clerks, W. M. Sbennrd. August Vnss. Third Word First precinct: Judges, O. Knox. W. B. line. A. C. Oraham: olo'ks, Itobert Green, Charles Clrenory, Jr. Sec ond precinct: Judges. Kdwnrd C. Brown, II. A. Honham. J. B. Connor; clerks, Walter (Jains, It. Ounnode. Fourth Wnrd First nreclnct: Judg'H. C. W. McDonald. T II. Baldwin, J. M. Pxt tonj clerks, J. W. Morse, T. K. Cisi'idy. Second precinct: .ludires, A. M. Tinnh.mt. J. 13, Ford, J. T, Mulqueciij clerks. Emit I.efTert, Fred Smith. Fifth Ward-First nreclnct: Judges, D. J. Clark. William Klnzell. J. K. Cooper; clerks, C. Kenlginacher, E. A. Trnuiman. Second precinct: Judpei, Albert Ingram, I). Iliinynn, James Christ lanson; clerks, I) 1,. Olnnes, Tt. I. OallnKher. Sixth Want Fl-t precinct; Judc-s I. I.nvett, L. M. Shuliert. W. C. Hoyer; clerks. J. F. MoAnanev. I,, nneklinfr. Sen. end prclnct: .loilnes, W H Macood .101111 James Itnnsen, William Hoderlck; clerks, M, Trankjnr, N. , Shonquist. All grocers sell Domestic soap. VntliiK on Amendment!, The republican county campaign managers desire to enll the attention of voters to the proposition on the special ballot for a revis ion of the state constitution, which appears to havo been overlooked by tho people gen erally. At a rocent meeting In the county central commltteo headquarters attention was called to this and tho unanimous senti ment expressed was that there Is no call t this tlmo for a revision of tho constitution. Article x of tho stnte constitution provides that every tenth year after 1S70 "the ques tion, 'Shall there be a convention to revise the constitution aud amend the same?' shall bo decided by the electors qualified to vote for members of the general assembly, and In case u majority of the electors to qualified, voting at such an election for nnd against such proposition, shall decide In favor of a convention for such purpose, thu general assembly, at Its next session, shall provide by law for tho election of delegates to such convention." The county central committee believes that every republican should vote against the proposition as being unnecessary at this time. Best weight Domestic soap, Council Meetlnar Tonight. The regular monthly meeting of the city council Is on the slato for this evening. It Is doubtful if nuy work beyond allowing tho usual grist of bills will bo dono owing to tho republican rally at the opera house and tt being tho cvo of election. Some of tho aldermen, however, may Insist on UMn some action In respect to the motor company laying tts second track on South Main, In which case the session will probably be extended. Domestic soap has no equal. FOUND DEAD IN A RAVINE Body of R 'll-to-l)n Mmn IMnco vereil Under Mysterious Clrcuni atnnce at Sluiix City. SIOUX C1TV, Nov. 4. (Special Telegram.) The body of Jacob Orosstnbcchor of Cali fornia, Mo., was found today by a buntor In n ravine near this city. Beside It lay a revolver, ono chamber of which had been discharged. A bullet had papsed through hU brain. The first theory was suicide, but further evidence showed possible murder, and that tbo murderer tried to cover his crime by suggesting tho suicide theory. The police aro at work on both theories. The body had apparently luln In tho ravine two days or more. It was removed to an undertaker's establishment and tho coroner and pollco searched the trunk which had been checked at one of tho depots. In It were found let ters which established the Identity of tho dead man. In tho pockets of the corpse wero found a birth certlllcnto Issued at Berne, Switzerland, (howlng bis nge to bo 30 years. Ho evidently is a member of a well-to-do family. No money was found In his pockets, which strengthens the theory that ho was killed by another than himself. Ho came hers from Omaha, previously from Hollywood, Kan. Closing In Crnirford County. DENISON, la., Nov. 4. (Special.) The republicans of Crawford county will close tho campaign November f with seven meetings throughout tho county. Gov ernor I.. M, Shaw will Bpcak at Dclolt, Schleswlg nnd Chnrter Oak; Hon. J. P. Conner at Schleswig and Denlson; Hon. Oeorge h. Dobson nt Arion and Munlll.i. und Hon. C. fl. Saunders nt West Side. The democrats of Dentson closed thi campaign Saturday evening. Hon. II. M. Ilebok of Tnma addressed a well filled house. Mr. Hehok Is the enndldato for presidential elector from the Fifth dis trict. Convention Ends. CEDAfl FALLS. In., Nov. 4. (Special Tel egram.) This evening closed the stato con vention of tho Iowa Young Women's Chris tian association. Special farewell services wore held. Olllcers wero elected B3 follows: President, Mrs. C. A. Iluwson of Des Moines; vice president, Miss Martha Weaver of Fay otte; second vlco president, Miss Eva S. Evers of Cedar Ttaplds; treasurer, Miss Lil lian Burt of Des Moines; secretary, Miss Huth Pnxson of Des Moines. Pledges for state work amounting to about $700 were re ceived. MAN'S BODY FOUND IN RUINS I'm (ores Mnslirrt Ilrynnil HecoRiiltlon anil All .MurkN of Iitrnllllpa tlon Minting:. NEW YOItlC, Nov. 4. Another body was taken from the ruins of tho Tarrunt build ing today. Tho body proved to bo that of a man. The right leg and left arm wero missing, tho features unrecognizable and thero wero no marks on the clothing which would Identify the wearer. Building department employes pulled down a portion of tho wedge-shaped build ing at 273 Washington street this evening. They attempted to bring down the entlro building, but pulled off only (be upper floor, tho third. Tho samo gangs aro working as havo been omployed heretofore and Warren street Is clear, though no thoroughfaro Is 'allowed open. Tho ruins wero reviewed by raoro people today than at any time since tho explosion. The Same Errryrrhere. The following Item clipped from The Citi zen, Toowoombn, Australia, shows that the article mentioned Is meotlng with the same favor In that far off country as at home. " 'I find Chamberlain's Cough nemody Is an excellent medicine. I have been suffer ing from a severe cough for tho last two months, nnd It has effected a cure. I have great pleasure In recommending It.' W. C. Wockner. This Is the opinion of ono of our oldest and most rcspectablo residents, and has been voluntarily given In good faith that others may try the remedy and be benefited, as was Mr. Wockner." FAIR WEATHER FOR TUESDAY Chief WIIIIn I,. Moore ForrcniiU Fair Condition! All Over ihn Country. WASHINGTON, NovT 4. The weather bureau tonight issued the following: Sunday, Nov. 4-10 p. m.-Spectal forecast for Tuerday, November C: For the llrst tlmo In ten days tho weather map shows n. clear sky over the whole region from the Pacific to the Atlnntlo. except over u small area on the middle Atlantla coast, where somo rain Is falling ns a result of a severo storm, the centor of which Is oft Hatteras. 1 he pressure Is high over the western half of the country. Those conditions will surely give clear, fine wcativr and pleasant temperatures In all states on Monday, ex cept possibly showers on the Immediate middle Atlantic, coast lino. While It Is possible for a storm to develop somewhere In this broad nrea bv Tuesdny. tho condi tions ure uniisunlly favorable for the con tinuation of the line weather of Monday over to nnd throughout Tuesday. WILMS L. MOOBE, Chief U. S. Weather Bureau, WASHINGTON, Nov. I. Forecast for Monday and Tuesday: For Nebraska, Illinois, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and Kansas Fair weather and pleasant temperature Monday and Tuesday; fresh northerly winds. For Colorado, Wyoming and Montann Generally fair with pleasant temperaturo, Monday and Tuesday; aorthorly winds, ' For Texas, Oklahoma, Indian Territory and Arkansas Fair and pleasant temperi turo Monday and Tuesdny; varlablu winds. Local Itri'iiril. OFFICE OF THE WEATHEIt BUREAU. OMAHA, Nov. 4. Official record of tem perature nnd precipitation compared with the corresponding day of tho lust three yeurs: I). ISM. 1S08. 1S97. Maximum temperature... fio en ts S7 Minimum temperature..., 41 :ii) & as Avernyn temperature l2 41 fii) 4s Precipitation w .wo .00 .00 Becord of temperaturo and precipitation at Omaha for thin day and since March 1. 1'joo: Normnl temperature ff rixcess ior mo uuy ,. c, Total excess since March 1 877 Normnl precipitation 03 Inch Deficiency for the dnv or, inch Total rainfall slneo March 1.. 29. CI Inches excess since .inren l 1.75 Inches Deficiency for cor. period, U99... 5. OS Indus Deficiency for cor. period, lttfS... 3.US Inches Iteiiort from Stntlnn at H l, .11, n V III 1 TATTONB Xnd state OF WEATHER. PS : 9 Omnhn, clear North Platte, cleur Cheyenne, clear , Salt Lake, clear..,, Ituptd City, clear , Huron, clear , Wllllston, clear Chicago, clear St. Louis, cleur St. Paul, clenr Davenport, clear , Kansas City, clear ; Helena, clear , Havre, clmr , ., Bismnrck, tleur , Galveston, clear , M CO .no 62 70 .! S (it .00 ri ot .it) 4S M .00 4fl 6S .00 KG Id M M til .0) 6S fcO ,M Hi T2 ,0i) r.i m .in tW 70 .00 4S fii ,U) Si 4s: .) 411 &.'! .(.I til ' 72 .00 I.. A. WELSH. Local Forecast Official. KEEPS UP HIS CAME OF BLUFF Bfjna Olairus That Only Money nnd Coercion Can Defeat Him. CANDIDATE BACK AT HIS LINCOLN HOME Mnce the MrKlnnlna of the ('niuiialvn llio .rlrnUnii Hits Traveled Over 1(1,0(1(1 .Mllrn iind tins Mnilr Mnrr Than OOI) Speeches. LINCOLN, Nov. 4. Colonel W. J. Iltyan and Mrs. Bryan arrived nt tbolr homo la this city this evening from Chicago. They were driven to their residence, whero Mr. Bryan will remain until tomorrow morning, when ho will start upon a flying trip through Nebraska, devoting the last day of tho campaign to his own citato. Mr. and Mrs, Bryan found a largo number of their friends at the depot to greet thorn. Many of them escorted him to his resi dence, nnd still others were found there awaiting his arrival. ' Thu trip from Chicago was compara tUoly quiet. Mr. Bryan slept during tho entlro forenoon. Ho did not tnko any breakfast, nor did he raako his appearance tinttl after 12 o'clock. Ho had Just risen when the train reached Crcston, la., whero thero was qulto a strong demonstration tn his honor. Several hundred people had congregated at tho depot uud th.re were calls for a speech. Mr. Bryan said he never mndo speeches on Sunday, but ho snook hands with most of those present before the train started. Thero woro simi lar crowds at Vllllsca, lied Oak and Pacific Junction, and when, lato In tho afternoon, tho train rolled across tho long brldgo over tho Missouri aud landed tho national candidate In his own state, at tho town of Pluttstuouth, thero was a utlll stronger demonstration. Thu crowd was large nnd thero wero many calls for Mr. Bryan. Ho declined, as at other places, to speak, and the train did not remain at a station long enough to nfford opportunity to personally greet ninny persons. Mr. Brynn was met at Omaha by a number of his personal friends. OiiHiiiIniii (hut Is Sublime. During tho day Mr. Bryan was nuked for a statement as to the probable outcomo of tho election. In reply ho said: Tho light has been fought and won. Money uud coercion robbed us of a victory In ISyii, but I believe they will bo powerless to change tho result this time. The people nro In earnest nnd few can be bought. Our organization Is much better tlmn It wns In INWi and therefore thero Is less danger of frauds. So far attempts nt Intimidation havo been rnro this year, where they were very common In ISM, Mr, Bryan's attention was called to tho address by Charles ft. Flint and others, who clnlmed to bo democrats, but urged people to vote tho republican ticket, Mr. Bryan said ho was glad to Und that Mr. Flint waa supporting McKlnley and added: Mr. Flint is tho lending member of the rubber goods manufacturing company und Id also connected with tho nturch trust. Ho bus been tho most conspicuous dofender of tho trust principle In tho United States, havtui; made a speech at Boston In May, lisM. nnd another ut Chicago recently on that subject. 1 um glad to have all trust magnates support the republican ticket, for lr t um elected they will not be visiting the White House and asking favors In return for campaign support. Our nppenl Is to thu people who suffer from tho trusts, not to tho monopolists who profit bv them. Next to Imperialism und militarism tlio trust question hus done nioro than nny other question to convince the plain people that the republican party Is entirely given over to tho control of orgunlzed wealth, Impo rlnllsm exploits n broad prlvato monopoly nnd tho large army advocated by tho repub lican party Is Intended to support tho system of spoliation at liMr.ntul abroad. Deliver Over WOO .Speeches. When Mr. Brynn reached Lincoln tonight ho had beou absent from homo for about five and a half weeks, having left this city on Soptoniber 27, During that ttmu ho has traveled about 9,000 miles and ha3 made about E00 speeches. Previous to en tering upon this tour and since tho cam paign has begun ho lied mndo ut least 100 speeches and had traveled nbout 7,000 miles, making about 16,000 miles traveled nnd 600 speeches delivered by tho national candidate during his campaign. Tho greater part of the tour, which has Just been concluded, was mado on a special car, which, for the most part, was attached to special trains. During tho tour speeches have been mado In succession In Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Indiana, Illinois,'' Michigan, Ohio, New York, W'cst Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and Now Jersey. Visits were also mado to Kentucky, Virginia, Pennsyl vania and Connecticut. Ono speech was delivered nt Louisville and another at Now Haven. Brief talks wero also made In two or three othor Connecticut towns, as also In Philadelphia and Alexandria, Va. I'lim l'lilth to Sen York anil Illinois. In point of tlmo New York and Illinois have received more attention from tho na tional candidate than uny other two states. All told eight or nine days were given to New York and about seven days to Illinois and In addition to speeches throughout tho two states, tho cities of New York and Brooklyn In tho ono case nnd of Chicago In the other were quite thoroughly canvassed. Indiana and Ohio havo n'r.o been the scenes of great activity on his part. Ho mado two campaigning visits to both of tho last named states, In addition to Incidental speeches on special occasions. The campaign has been confined almost exclusively to, the country east of Lincoln and north of Mason and Dixon's line. There havo been several speeches In Kansas and Nebraska, but up to date only the eastern part of those two states has received at tention, Connecticut Is the only New England stato which hns boon visited and only upon tho occasion of the visit to Louisville, West Virginia and Maryland did Mr. Brynn go south of the Ohio river. Of the territory covered Iowa Is the only state Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powder AN ELEGANT TOILET LUXURY. Ufietl by peoplo of refinement for ovor a quarter of a century. A Splendid Wholesale Location The building formerly occupied by The Bee at 916 Farnam street will be vacant November 1st It has four stories and a basement, which was formerly used as The Bee press room. This will be rented very reasonably. If interested, apply at once to O. O. Rosewater, Secretary, Room 100 Bee Building. Beady November First r In which no speeches havo been made Mr. BrynD has gone all around that statr and hns crossed It six or seven tltne dur Ing tho campaign, but he has not done nioro In tho way of campaigning than to shako hands with the people at the rail road stations. Pennsylvania received com paratively llttlo attention, but Mr. Bryan stopped long enough In passing from Del awaro to New Jersey to mako ono brief talk In Philadelphia. linn Hail (Jood Crms-il. The crowds have Increased steadily In numbers from tho beginning of tho cam paign and In many parts of tho country strong enthusiasm has been manifested. Upon tho whole, there was apparently moro Interest displayed than usual. In New Jersey, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois thero was especially big crowds, and at most polntn In those stntcs tho Interest wan Intense. This may bo said also of tho cities In tho stato of New York. While nlways nominally giving the place of para mount Importance In tho campaign to tho subject of Imperialism, Mr. Bryan ha de voted more Mm to trusts than to any other subjoct. Ho has promised that If elected all the powers of the executive should bo employed for tho destruction of tho trusts: that tho army should bo re duced to 3.r,000 soldiers and that tho Fili pinos should bo given their Independence under tho American protection. While ad hering to his former position on the finan cial question, Mr. Bryan has not volun tarily forced that subject to the front In his speeches. All Forms1 of Locomotion. During tho campaign various forms of locomotion havo been employed. For tho most part, of course, railway trains havo been utilized, but on ono occasion a freight caboose wns used In place of a passenger coach. Several carrlago rides wero taken across stretches of country, ranging from five miles to forty, and ono night was spent upon n boat on Chesapcuke bay. Automobiles have also been used. There havo been no accidents to either Mr. Bryan or members of his party. Mr. Bryan's health has Improved from the beginning of his tour and" he has never been under the necessity of resorting to a physician for ndvlco or assistance. For the most part tho weather has been ex cellent and no engagement to speak has been broken. Mrs. Bryan Jolnrd her hus band In New York a week ago and has traveled with him since. Tin- Chinese .situation. Tho cause for tho present Chincso en tanglement Is not religious differences, tint tho abuso of tho Chinese Immigrants by tho foreign powers. Another great revolu tion coineu from tho abuso of the stomach, Oxertaxcd digestion produces constipation, Indigestion, dyspepsia and flatulency. Hos tctter'a Stomach Bitters Is the best mcdl clno to take. It will restoro u healthy tono to tho entlro system nnd thus prevent nervousness, sleeplessness or despondency. Don't fall to give It n trial. SOI.l'.S 91 A II 13 I'HOM SCIIAIV). Invention That Will Hurt Hie Hole l.rutlirr Combine Seriously. "Noxt winter you'll bo wenrlng shoes with solca mado from leather scraps," snld the manager of n Massachusetts nhoo fac tory roccntly. "No, thoy won't bo pieced together, If that'a what you menn by ask ing If such soles won't bo rough looking. Tho leather will bo mado much after the process that turns wood pulp Into paper, only tho pulp will bo made from leather. Some genius has invented machinery which will take a pulp modo of leather scraps press und mold It Into solid mass and run It out at tho other end a continuow strip of shoo solo. You will soon bo able to buy solo leather at a price that will make going barefoot a positive crime. "Solo leather has bee'n costing us from 18 trf 30 cents a pound for years. There Is a great deal of wnsto and practically no uao for tho Bcraps. A small quaatlty Is used In tnaklnK dyes and tho manufacturers of caso-hardoued steel find use for a little tnoro, but tho bulk of It Is thrown away. This new process will use all the scrapj which enn be Bccurcd and will bring tho prlco of solo leather down to 5 cents a pound. Tho leather manufactured in this woy will havo no piles and for that reason will turn water better. It should make a big differenco In tho price of the cheaper grades of shoes," Tlip Itliclit Itnad to Health. A ticket over this road only 10 cents a box of Cascnrcts Candy Cathartic and you can't possible mnke a mistake. All drug gists, 10c, 2Cc, 60c. FOR SALE C0-acre fnrm, 17 mllei from Council Bluffs, m miles from station. 4-room houso, stable, crib, well, orchard, 3S ucres In cul tivation. Price. r, per ucre, 100.ucre farm, 0 miles from Neola, nearly nil In cultivation, house, stable, crib, gran ary shed. well. 140 per ticre. Fine 240-acni farm, 18 miles from Council Bluffs nnd half mile from rullroud sta tion, house, barn, cribs, well, all smooth land. Price, 142.60 per ncre. Cholre farm of 240 ncres, well located, all cultivated, 10-room house, with brick cel lar, line grovi nround house, small orchard, and small fruit, barn 18x40, 12-foot posts, sheds, granary, implement sheds, hng pen, chicken house, smokn house. 3 wells and windmill. $3S per ncre, J.1,0) down. 2X0-ncre farm, half mllo from railroad station, largo house, barn, cribs, sheds wells, windmill and tank, flnu grove, all Kinooth, level land, tjp.0 per acre. 100-ncre fnrm 13 miles from Council Bluffs, 2 mllss from railroad station, nenrlv all In cultivation, 23 acres In timothy and clover, smalt house, good barn, wagon shed, corn crib, chickun house and welt, Only $22 per acre. Fine 100 acres near Quick, Pottawattamie county: very rich, productive land. JW per acre. 23-ncre fruit and garden farm near Coun cil Bluffs: cood 8-room house, with front nnd back porch, cellar, IVi-bnrrel clscsrn with pump In kitchen, well, barn, largj chicken house, wood shed, hog pen nnd lat shade trees, large upplo orchard, vine yard, blackberries currants. Price. J4.CO). 19-acro gnrilen furm near Council Bluffs, rood C-rnom house, barn, well, lino laud. Price, 51,o). JOHNSTON .t KI0RR, NO. Ml llltOAHWA V, Tel. 417. Connrll lltuffn, la. RHEUMATISM Uso Bell's Rheumatic Cure, a sure and prompt remedy for rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica, lumbago, gout. Has cured thous ands will cute you. Price 60e a box: small size 25c, at lrugglsts or mailed. KING DRUG COMPANY, Council Dion's, Iovra, Aventi. BROWN'S IN JOWN. ? Yur Fund of rf is not complete. No fii ever great his attainments, however extensive his infor- W niatlon, but is more or less dependent on his books. 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