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Till, OMAHA DAILY" JUITa TUESDAY. AUGUST 5, 1T02.
PRESIDENT BURT IS EXCITED Agia Uptri2j lewtpr Eporteri, Vat E3e 10 Give Infers: 'Jon. STRIKERS ST01 CIAJM ADVANTAGE CJIva? Out Meeort of fl.art1n Ami the KMI Meat tales Hrlfkla rrt t Sew Sbesa Tkrralra Strike. Report from nt en the reed Indlrat that tbe I'ntos Pacific mot It power I be glcning to snow plainly th ee-rt of tht tr:kt of tht shopmen sod striker- claims are such to sustain tbet rrptrte, but tb company Mill persists la denying that It fcas been affected by the- tlrlke and r. nudlste all to claims of vh mra. President Curt seised nier occasion y aier4ay of entering a general deota ef tbe strikers' claims a published la tbs pspers and upbraillng the reporter. who duties are to gather strike aews. A re pertxx for The Be wss detained ky tka prwid'tit attain yeeteriay -and Informed to very trtto lajruxe of air. Burt'o dls pieaeore. Tht reporter vi passing out of the gen eral headquarter building at the Valoa Pa ride and rear bad tba lower staircase wbea tba president called to hlnT -WelL bow 1 the atrlke?" "Oh, not nock development, Freeident Bsrt, ao far aa I eaa aee. we tba reply. "From four accounts oca would think H wa a tprrlbta sCatr.' rejoined tba execu tlra bead of tba t'nton Pacific "To what areouat do you refer, President Burtr "Oh, to them ell; on if aa bad aa an other; tber'ra all alike. I tblck row. ara en of tba strikers, arei't you? It car ta Inly looks that way." And tba president disappeared aa ha was saked to designate acr report which be eon i'.5r?e4 cv-rirswa or l:trrrtte tM evil! the real situation. ' rrem the aids of the striker a till tome reports of defections among tba nonunion toe. A communication from Cheyenne aars that since Saturday thirty-two nonunion men bar left the shops, cob slating ef blacksmiths, hsmmertnea sed But we!4ert. and thst beside the twenty era Italians wbo were at work ta tht round fcous before tbe atrlke bare quit be cause they were refused higher wsjes. North Platte aends word that five men left tba shops Sunday and that there are Sot as (naey left as Las bees represented. Ko engine failures are reported at North Platte, but three are aald to hare died oa the Beatrice and Stromsburg division. . In Omaha nine of tbe nonunion men are aid to bare left tbe shops Sunday, eight machinist and one blacksmith. Five mere are aald to bare gone out yesterday. n.aaeA with Sltaattoea. Joha B. Lranon of Ch!ctt. treasurer of tbe American Federation of labor, and Thomas I. K;51 ef lodieoapolte, fifth rice president of the federation and secretary sf the Amalgamated Woodworkers' union, Hopped ia Omaha yesterday oa their way utt after attending tbe meeting of the ex- fceutivs board of the American Federation Sresscd tbe strikers Its La bar Temple U the afternoon. Both gentlemen expressed tbetnseWee as klrhiy aiatisfied with tbe progress of the strike and tbe methods pursued by its anion see engaged la it. They expressed the belief that tbe strikers are gaining strength every day. while the rotnpaoy is losing power and la the ultimate outcome Ibey bold tbxt tbe strikers will score a de sided lory wvee The rlo reifto. ' "" 'No Innovations la the conduct -.of tbe strike was proposed 4y either ef tbe Amer ica Federation representatives, but they Wild that tbe atrikera. wit whom tbey ire directly affiliated, will receive the aarmest sympathy of the federation and ail ihe material support possible, which have keea dispensed freely from the first, when ever required. The threatened trouble among tbe brick layers at tbe new shops received a setback resterday by tha prompt - end agresaive srtloa of the Building Trades council rep reasntailvea. The proposition of tbs com any, tbioth Its general foreman. Mr. ieS, to aupplant the onion bricklayers la 2e erection of the new shops, is supposed te still tinder consideration, and the IE ion eel are simply vailing to seo what U; lis campicy real! will take ta tbls kiitter. f;d one of tie representatives of tbe Cul!l!ng Trsdee oonncil last atght: "Tba Colon raclSe will find giant task sa its bands if It undertakes anything of this kind. It will oat only bsve the onton irickiayers to fight, hut tbe whois Euiid- Kg TrfcSss council, which la a formidable kodv. V. a wUl tie up the entire operations oa Tin efw ttxipt aaS they will loos time and nosey by t&e process of trying to crowd sul union men for aoc aulas men And tbe id piles of the contract system." Two bociss Alike. The numher ft paid admieMone for the Itm annual ouiirft ef the Umuha blrrri hi!v mwwlun. held st Kmc! rrk j.t tjiiurdey. waa I.V.1. Tbe I'WUM hii l; (h In lH" lfr4 ani l?") ia the jofti:ti( k,.!mi tar t!- ;!rer nmr tr.aae tne fuu.a ir:Ter-r wero til. in cr-r to u. tii assrei ot tue ii iu ue p.r- T: f ? T r ' thefp-'-yEinu of heiiJ ki l V, t.iJ ii. becomes min.!y ncsfioa tit Elrill m. If the atuxxh t'lft-ifrfrsjd i'sion ind CJtri tioa se Vrt ia a hciihful cooii.'uoa f..?re vill te a wcU oounshed body, and I '.Ue libii:ty to dso5rrs of tbe liver. towfSi or sut'h otbrr tiumlcr aa oey rttsj.t frt.ui to- cairitin aai Iwk; trf eirr tsae. Ir. ric-rce't CkiJen Med ial Insr-overy cures Ciracs X.4 the VTsara ocd . ether or- f fins of C- .'fa- j l.oa and r;.::i- 5tJ" tsua, an-1 i:aoe'S of t.b- xTlv., t erof ac wUch r utu4K't i y r tie c ..'B-i t Kfci.i34 the eUing tlie V yx-rtct nutri- " : tiva tM t!.e t!y tt tucrru ttie vital power a&4 Poi!oic a v porous oU 'S I a ufJr-TT (nma rhroair dtarrsca tM T. !L, Kn tmfW A AfV. jt J i " C i . M ' Vfc4 c T At muvtf J W vu t : I UM S atoJIt UJa nu.y. V j tiuh.; r Itijia aa ba aa ecr. 1 vtjW:rd ywg ta lulv 5 aC l-v f (3vn cuiMn.ri vit--f !r rtexx rriotJ . J uC I ir tta o tie ' ai4 av W tVe 'Liuvi het-Wec.' a -t i bv w( a.4 tut rrtuia A nv ituu.'. t tM.i.f yttux nt-- mr. Am jr Kvtnwi o-i 1 uc --f Jt! it)f t iel't- W Vs'a.. I Lluk I- JnrtKtr B. iBrt tl j.tct &n r"-t. r.'d 1 -evrr hmm rv r- I . : i4 tU LlouUl riel u vouf n. 4 - )u CtAt t t- t uur iCikf aot t Aa tirw a K 9 k m Act-'-t tut n-ltifuie for Cw' .ra J.!cJ kl vtry." n.crc Ifct.liig " jast oa yxd " Iwc trs of Luc a;.-4.'.., k, Liiii aijd htc.'a. " 1 . Kri.t'1 llrtLaaat Pt-'.lets, tU best Ijx.i.re tjr J i-ci Je. Tl.cy Ciue coa n '.tMa sl L-.-wt.,c 'e r.1 roinrrtt' wtn mm ti t V.r.fn ''"e mrA wl.l tf-n h o-,irt Xt ore lri ir""n S t-e rf''"t lr W. W. .. r,.rii-r of the aesuc la t Ion a outing at k.rvs a vaifc. INVESTORS WANT t.ONEY CACK They Cksrr Osaebs Mm wits. !. ifyrtaeallag Talse of Else fewaaaf toeas. ARert C Foster and Joba B. Carrol r ha el. both of Omaha, im sned la tbe raited Futes circuit court by Jeseph. S. Srtsrts of Maine, wbe winhee $3,500. sad Joha K. Harding of Philadelphia, wb waaU 7. (00. Tbey allege that tke defendants dam sged them ta the amevnts by aslsrepre eautlea of tbe value of shares of the International Ziae compsey (limited), aad Attorney EHlIck, wbo represeara tbe plain tiff!, asid last night, whea he filed the petitions, that other similar suit a will be filed by other creditors, repreeentleg aoost If aot all of tbe COCO shares that wore sold at 15 cents each. The petitions recite that Foster aad Carmlcbeel went to Joplln, Mo, and there secured options ea tbe Free Coinage, Blue Wing and Msyne miaes. that thereafter they entered tats aa agreement wltk A. Hartwell by tbe terms of, which, he was to organise tbe Colonial Zlsc conapany (lim ited) of West Virginia. Incorporate It for fl.OO0.0O0. take ISO worth of stock as his part, delivering the rest to Foster , sad Carmlcbeel. who were to give bin 10. 800 shares tor a-ettiug out advertising litera ture aad otherwise booming tbe business, Ko aala4 tkla guarantee to Joehua Brew di Co., a temporary company crxas tsed la New Tork for boom lag psrposea only, sad that company took ap the work only too cheerfully. It got est ellrer-Jet-tered pamphlets that told of S&.000 per week profits, of fosr large mills already In operation and four other large e aooa to be set la motion. Oa the strength of these assertieBS some purchasers took as nrarh as (13,090 worth of the stock. It ts aald. and were paid a monthly dividend of t per cent, bat out of the proceeds of the sale of etnrk tnatead of out of tht earnings of the mfaee. Whea rumors began to circulate and shareholders te Investigate Foster and CarmJchael, the former the president ef tbe company and both members ef Ita board of directors, resigned their office and withdrew tbetr assnea, tbe pernios al legea. and la February, ltwi, tke property sent Into the hands ef a receiver. He found tt.009 la a variable assets ajtd this amount waa required ta payment of Joplln claimants, leering nothing for the holders of tbe I. COO 8S-eeat aaarea. and It Is thee whe ask relief of Foster and Carmlcbael now, because tbey were the original pro moter of th scheme and circulated, it la alleged, the misrepresenting pros pact ea ct brilliant lettering, but tales Interior. ELKS WHO GO TO SALT LAKE Blgr DrT troan Osaahe, Will Attorn (bio KatloBMiI Casvea- " Ilea. ' The member of Omaha lode Kn. Ft. Be novelent and Protective Order ef Elks, r putting tbe finishing touches oa their prep aration a to attend tbe Bait Lsko meeting, for which place tbey will leave aoxt Cat- the delegation that attend expects to soak lootprtnu ta tbe street ef Bait Lake that wilt Isat aa long as time. These, so tar, form the dror that will go: . . O. F. Brooker. J. i. Heaa. O. T Umh Gottlieb fitors. G. W. Robertson. L. W. Raber, t W. Miner. Arthur Met. JX M. Vinoonaaler. tVaak. Crawford. R. O. Brandt, Joha Power, W. A- Green, c W. Downs. M. P. O'Brien. Iubh iinu.. Oeorg P. Creak. D. B. Welpton. C J. ia, uerrsi im. c. i. Coaingtea. W. T. CasfciSs, George Kn;g, R. B. Haaker, K. C Market. Q- M. Weaver. O. W. KhlelAa, Jamea Cooke. Aa W. Riley, J. p. Frcnser. A- K. Brlcw. L. L Abbott. W. B. Taylor. XL R. Dm. W. F. Stoecksr. B. J. Sesnnell. C. R M-w.r Joha Keith. H. F. Kobersoa, F. J. MeArdla. Al roweu. Albert Krug. J. W. Helsig. C, E. Abbott, J. J. Donahue. H. EL Emory. L. D. Kopklna. P. L. MsrkeL T. W witrhaii w W. Getting. F. P. Hani on, W. B. Ruther- iora. j. A. Kervto, wuiUa Pcheford. J. C. DrexeL J. P. Flnler. C. U Katiortr w F. Flanagaa, C. W. Keed, J. c. Whinnery. A. I. Agnew. C. C WlllUms. J. B. Sweeney. T. F. balfe. Joseph Crow, C. C Wright, K. J. Mants. P. H. Mahoaev. O W wn. llama. O. A- Schoedsaci. G. C Diets. I. F. Swift. C. R. Miller. J. V. Bronsaa. A. W. Kroeier, K. T. Cady, A. D. Betcer. P. H. Phllhin. F. J. Klmtatll, W. J. Ehrador. WU Uaa Begvlko. A. A. Phiarmer. F. A. Faray, Em II Plcharflt G. S. Wedgewooa. John Kow. W. C Bunderlsad and A. a. Kuka. ' ,DcfS0N SALCCr.r.A?J HC3CED Prtor 6ravrt Bold r fcy av Fair of nokaat Blghwayaita aad ftelSswcd of Moaey asd 'aFeaaoaw W'hea Peter Or vert eloaod Mi BeiMS saloon M 11 o'clock last alght aad passed out Into the dim sight ko found klauslf ta the line of fro from two robust looking alx-shootors. A Graven' wa . revolver with the loeg barret was Involved la tha depth of a rear trouser's pocket, be kid a choice but ts make a presentation of bis veclag wealth ta tha brigands. This was or tilt and weapon. After Ute two men had disappeared to tba southward Mr. Gra ven called VP the police static. He do. scribed the men as being a or 27 rears old, five feet six or eight Inches tail, selrht 16 to 1 poun-Ss. Tbey work dark clothing. V.ack slouch bats and bed hand kerchiefs over their !. Be thinks that they took ths Dundee car and Ci down tew to eeye arrest. LCCAL EHVlf?S " Frark Harris was rrte4 In C"r Desire's eaior-a Uti right (-.traueo tmr JuTKron sotioea that I hJ Lis Itaod in aKHtter bbss a troueta p.t. ft. artlr's rh'jrrh v!" i-.r ac! picnic and at th MuMiiml Uaa vt :i para Vt ecr-.5ay. m afirmva srd erecting. The aflri, e wiil de viled ts s ban g.m sns a'hletsc eporta wiuo ns up voth a aut ;-r lvn b ik. women of th church, idanv ;.rt-a bav fco ntrifuta u-t the ijctwlii! co irnafcia. Owl rtume win tx fumliAMl a us s genet ai goos luaa ts aaaured aa wfc St'.erid. Mrs. Ixm fcrk. 1444 North Twentieth Mf-i, ea ki.t.td srwa sod eMhtiy cut Is ir. Ir:rhl ytstfrtisi ilinmun h r-n enrrn ry jiane Town add i"y ; . ! :7t . i u two tn cr v nf on -, . te-r.th trel sear Doufti h-en th h.r ii i d st a mour cjr. iLm LutiWik wa crulns t a rt and la horse ) ttr: KKiitt K'r. iautiLa vir sown i? d k jniui-d -r i.rr -iiM(ia'e IkxSv. en rn.t arrioukiy luiui!. er,e waa fciited In llie tuaa- t id a wuliy Ors stA- at.a it iNeuxjs tjtx. ia Lcr aba wci. u acr stotua. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. E. C Bsg at Desiaoa. Is., ta st the Mil iar a.. N S. Hsrdibd of kicbtsaks City la at th tiiaa Hon. nrge A. Brw-k and wif of si-its sr at ib ju.uaro. r-r. Harbr i- turned to the city yesteiv day. lie report u.:es looa.mg well at ttia unci. ! Lc;v. rsuatr ci-rk. and C. H Kr. tisiELjr uii4y. of ti.fcU, are si toe ki.4il Ir. Cirl Burditk ef Near Tork, whe baa N f viwiiim Lis 1 SL ItuKk iL i .f me U.i iurwt smsa. left laal Lil iur tiM -ttcut'.tt. Jm Gitonn of 'Wn . whe ts sn.rra it.iniaa, :nr 1 lit u city )vo uii aliubiMa lima lu auL AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OIIAHA Lirstst CommiltM Ipi-ta Tack en Isilij Cotirj Ts'Jtiti rAVCr.3 f.tTUM TO OlB-TtfE CU3TCM Ffads thst rwklt aoattasowt t -yeeed to Pi esost Coadltloa osd tkaat Will Likely BVe OrSered at . The featur of tk ewracll meeting last Eight was tht report of the Ilrtss rem anltteo la reeard to th petition signed by about S.OQt persoa requesting tke ansyor and couocll tt permit saloon is do butl kesa oa Sunday. Tha report ef the com mittee fellows: Tour roramttte). ts wtra w referred tba petition of the cltien, relre mn and taarsyer of th my of fcou'N Omahs roocernin; the kerm open of th places of buamees on Sunday reepectf ully beg lear to -errt thst they have cnrefully read ald petition end find the asms to be. signed by persona wh comprise s very la rue majority of the btmlnets men and teprers of Couth Omaha, and we And that the nttrnent of a Iarye majority sf our cltlsena ia tmwvl to tb strict en forcement of th blue law In our cltv. sr.d w ouraelve bcHev that a strict enforce ment will mult In much lll-wiil and btt ler feeling among our people toward the eity arpverntrjent. and that the same lwiirf should row and In the future ee wunued In the premlam ha bee followed sine th founding of ts city. Mayor Xootsk-y railed a. vet oa th re poll aad every member of the council voted ia favor ef adoption. After 1b vol bad keen announced, Mr. A. K. Merrill, representing tht AaU-Baloea league was gtre permission to apeak aad ha protested against tb action of tha council aad -deavored to abow that several of tb sign ers of tk petition owed taxes, while k as serted that some who signed tha petition resided ta Omaha. No reply tt Mr. Mor rill's i remarks was made by either the aayor er aey a ember et tbe eouscIL When asked what he proposed doing about tke matter Mayor Koutsky aald that be had aot saade tip bis satad yet, bvjt It was totieastsd ta tb coo Dell cham ber after th mean tog adjourned that th Bandsy closing order would ko resctadad kefor asxt Buaday. Member Qoeenrka aad eib.tr taembera of the eouacll wat after ths eeslp of August Killer, street foreman. Queeasn eCered a resolution declaring tbe offle ef street foremen vacant until Miller complied wltk tb law aad Jotted a union. Mayor FLoataky stated that be thought Miller ought to kara a H'-t) a tiase te asake rvsagwBteata. At this point Mr. Miller Jumped Ta and as serted tbat he and mado applteatlea to a certain anion for mem berth lp and desired time for actios. It waa ascertain ad that the onioa ia ejaestloa weald set apoa Mr. Miller's application tonight aad so actios 00 th resolution was deferred for ea weak. City Attorney Mardock was directed ts commence suit against tb insurance oota psay carrying lnsuraact la th India Hill fireball to recover th full amount of th insurance. . Th compuy offered to ttl for but Ibis tender tk city refused to accept West l street was ordered repaired and a crosswalk will b laid at Nnietoenth and 1 otroata, Xlsetrie lights war ardrd located at Soveateentk aad Z streets and Twenty first and T streets. O. XL Beck was given the cos tract for tht wr ta ko laid la district No. 11L Et bid so cents per foot for pip aad It per vertical foot for sbsbboIss, Five kid were received aad Beck was th lowest. Tb city will ester into a contract at one for this work. ' L.1 Adjourned for on week. w atoof OrraV ' "'. At last slsht'a meeting- of th Board sf Education, after a long discaasioa, a aew roof for tke Juagmaaa school -was ordered. H. Jones secured the contract.' Lott wanted to kav the board elect a boiler Inspector aad a tnwet officer, ea ansa t eombla tbe two pcsifloee. This tk board voted dews. Bond of Contractor Kavaa aad McDonald for th eeastrwettoa of addi tion to school . buildings wer approved. Bine May 1 Us school district baa ex pended JH.7SI aad tkor remain on band aew eSt.OOG. The next meeting- of . tbe beard will bs held si" Monday night. Asrust Ik. ... Uses WorldStar Aamla. Owing tt Batnrday night's storm, trle- pbooe and telegraph Use all over th city were knocked oat of orrvio. Bvsr alae th storm abated linemen hav been work ing sight and day te repair tho damage, which will asaeont t severs! thoasand dollar. Lsat n'-ght th damag was prac tically repaired and th seme gvn waa th beet that eenld possibly b expected under tbs elreuxnstasee. a cenpls et th telephone cables struck by lightning are still out ef serric. bat th r being repaired a rapidly as poaaibl. It la sx parted that by tonight tbs damaged wire aJbd oablea will b repaired asd tht cus tomary excellent service resumed. Ir II . t Tax List. Clerks fa tb tax eommisaioaer'a Se r engaged now la preparing a list of all dallnquent taxes. Tbes will bs east to tbe county treasurer oa Bepteauber 1 and all property so listed will bo told for taxes oa November S of this year vales psy- aosnu la full ara mad before that ttm. From th long list Ahead tt looks aa If th entire moots of August would b con sumed in th preparation ct this lisC Fsacral arraastateati AsmoststoeC Funeral erTiee ever th remains ot Fred Mullen will b held st tb family residence. IH North Twenty-first street, at t o'clock Wednesday afternoea. Loi!i N. M. An cient Order of Vnlted Workmen, will hav chsrg of th ceremony. Deceased was a neiuLer of tho fire departmeat at tb time sf bis death and aJ well and favorably known ia South Omaha. Interment will be at Laurel Hill cemetery. Mors cbieBaeats. July was a great month for th ehipmeat f horse aad muiea from this market to surrounding states. Over 1.000 bead wer shipped out. ths majority going to points la Iowa. All ot th surrounding stales purchase either horses or mule at tela market sod th business Is stssdlly In crossing. Hrs coxumissioa ansa at the stock yards hers look for a busy seesoa this fail and areata with headquarters her sxs scouring ths west and aonhwest for aultail horses for ths trade st tki mar- bet. Mlo Cttr tVosslp. Mis Anna Levy has gone sst tor a month s tr.'p. Mr. fid Mrs. Patrick Mar Us srtd chit dren lest tuoay (or s tour of th Great Loses. j A deujbtrr has ben born to Mr. and Mrs Cos Driscoil. Thirty-first and U streets. Mr. and Mrs F. XL Band wall asd faaa'lv lett lat rmht tor a ts weeks' stay st teUiTUa trprlags. Charles fSrhwab, on of tn teller at th Pacaera' unrii bank. 1 a ay oo S ts week fwaDua. lire. Chart EL srr asd son ret t; -n-d lsat nit.t iron a month a stuy at Vi u- cuusla sammer rtaoi ts. laty Moore. r.tshteenth end Mtasocri aveouc. la iiorttt4 to r cor.Oaed lo aer booie wits s taa et apnincrut. Mia Mjrrtie ICeeter, atawip clerk at tk p-oat'.m-, la on Outr tHiay. klirf a tw smu' vacation, eimat la Colorado. t'nce Jimmy" Soott was rot -r!ou!y ir jurrl by lua 7 ,1 at lit Kirhaiiite f1. or ts ago lis was srouml yasiciday tS St SS UBUkL I S. D. Aril l tu adjutant geosraTs of frs et Uweotn vns tn tt r'ty hiet r'eM. rrKt f 1r r-ffcers of tbs Sottth Omahs cavalry tnoo. W at ,-'. eMf er.e1'M- ef ts Velc.n trk Taoa rf.mpaiT, Is baca: frwi iJn eln. whfr k e jwnntnii1 tb Improve ment to the reed yarn a ther. The flarf t tbe pvMtnne was trat1 lo s coat of paint e'eMar. Tbe itMH ball rm lrp ef tb staff I erectly eveniy-elght fet sbovi th lrtewaik. r-en1am'n F. Tr.p J'd St Ma bctno, Twerny-totirth sr1 R streets. y-terday. The funeral rvtr)e will be hid IMar, lnifnwnt will be st Laurel Hill ceme tery. BAND ENGAGEMENTS CONFLICT Fort Crook Mostetsa flgsed te Flay la Two Ftaeea Boaa v Per. Tb part lea to a conference that bogsa last sight and is te eontlnn this noratng at I o'clock ar tb Omaha Elkr Bait Lak convention committee and a delegation front West Point. Neb. Tbe problem debated ts whether ths Twee t y-Pecos d Infantry band from Fort Crook I to play at tht aangerfest at West Point Bund ay or start for Bslt Lakt with the Elks Saturday Bight. Th Elk test a proprietary Interest la tb band and aad th older contract wltk It. but that con tract waa mad at a tlm wbea tt was ex pected that tb Elk wwnld not lev Omaha antil 11 p. m. Sunday night. Last Friday tb ergaalntioa thought tb matter ever and concluded that ss the grand lodge opens Tuesday morning th start asd better bs made earlier. Saturday niarht at 11 o'clock was accordingly fixed cpoa aad word sent to tk ledgea that ar to go on tk train. Blear. Falls. Slsax City, Council Blcfs. Nor folk. Bestrlc. ritttsmootk asd Grand la land hav been beard from favorably, leav ing only Lincoln la doabt, and th com mittee state that the start will be mad oa th aew dat and that th band will bs take along, ao matter what happen at West Point. Fred Bonotscbela. at a spokss. man for tb visiting delegation, bad a dif ferent Idea and hinted of Injunctions and msndaiEXxM. Tb Elks then offered t scmr tk Bohn band for Suadsy. whlek is to ko the big day of tht aangwrfeot. Vat a agreement had been reached whea tht rcaferrlcg parties left th Millard hotel 1st last evening. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS GO WEST Torre Bsets Voeotsl Take t Owep Two Haaalred to Han Frsselt Teeter day afternoon a special Northwest ara train besrlag KS Knights ot Pythias ar rived at tb TJnloa station at 1:60 o'clock ea its way t Saa Francisco, where the na tional biennial encampment of that society for 101 will open on Angus! 11. Tha tea cars contained tb members of Terr Bants com psay No. X. forty men. Captain Lea Dufliieaon; Tlgo company No. fcS. saao of Terr Haul, thirty -four tnea. Captala M R. Combs, and Eastwood company No. 101 of Columbus, O., twelve men. Captain A. L. Fry. With tb Ohio men wer Colonel H. M. Inness abd Major F. R. Reeves ot th Colaashns boitalioa aad M. A. Xrtdg. Ohio repressatativt t th tuprwm lodge. Oa th way westward th party wGl mak tops at Dourer. Colorado Eprlaga. Salt Lak City sad Lea Aagslos. After pending tvna ds la ths nivaf M Asarsla ths katarhta will csatla on tav Ssa FranciBc. Tb Caltttmbno eontlngeot will, however, lay r In Denver - and Joia tb Ohio train. which will pick tbem np thorn. The Terrs Haul companies ar star or- gaalaatlona ia tl I'alform Rank No. St. having won tk first prist, aad No. t to third at th national driU contest la Detroit twe roar e. . Cser will eocopoto agsta during the Saa Prsnciso meeting. Th Oh loans will sot enter.7'" The party left at 4:f Bs tbe Calaa Pa cific, '.-: FOR RAIDING; A LUNCH BARGE Ts.ro Most sVost a TSaasl t'esdar aaat Land la jail as tbe Xesslt. Albert Ryberg, Lo Raamsasea asd WTJ. liaa Bora war arrested last night ta MoGaira aslooa for raiding; L. Bob's lunch wagoa at Tfnth street and Capttol arena aad knocking tha proprietor down. Tbey approached ta wad-on aa th Bret rata cam n and asked Bon to let them com inside ost of th wet. This hs allowed. Wall b waa cooking their orders be aotlced that tbey work gathering together a good share of tb provender ot hi ranch outfit. Wbea he remonstrated they ' started to run. but tried to bar th door. Bora thea struck him la ta Jaw aad on tht back of th hand. About an how after their escape th pollee- Ba ea tb beat tonad them In tbe saloon Just finishing th tried chicken, pi sad other misappropriated things. ELEVATCn I'Zli TO ORGANIZE net tk OraUa Bawdies. aVst tke Oaer. aters of Lift , la Risk BaUdlaa. Elevator conductors ar contemplating th formation of a scion. Go whoa life I full ef p aad downs is making th round a this week getting tb conductor interested and a meeting sill k called ta the near future, Th promoter of th union said it would result la bttr service sad would protect th conductors. Members of tbe aaloa will aot b allowed to work lor less than (it par week, with tb ex ception of tbos wbo art employed la small buildings. T beoom a member of tb aaloa th applicant must pass a rigid ex amination as to bia gusllflcstions ta rqa s Urate. Boys ander It year of sgs will aot bo ellgibl for membership. Asserteass ta Coke. Tb progress of Americanixicg Cuba since w assumed control of affair ba bees so remarkable that it tt regarded aa oae et the sac "era ct th.es 1st day. Whervr America enterprise I la wridenc ssccess 1 always sure to follow. It ws this same sttrprU that disoovored asd perfected tb celebrated Hostetters Stomach Bitters, which for fifty years kas had a permaaest place la thousands of homes. It will our less of appetite, flatulency, ladlgestloa. dys pepala aad constipation. Try St. STREET SIGN CONTRACT LET Anchor Fence t saa patsy Will Fat l tke La aw la ea Oataaa't Taanaiaiarn. Tb city eonxicil ia general commute spent aeaxly three hour Monday afternoon discussing the Question of street signs, asd Inspecting tns varlocs samples sub mitted. It was finally decided that ths best proposition was that of th Anchor Peace coupaey. which 6erd to put up enameiel aigna oa ateei posts, ths tatter aet la a villi fiad clay baa, at fl-U each. Where signs can b attached ts buildings, thereby dlaprnalng wltk the post, tbey will bo put up for Ta cent each. The algae or st shit Utter a blu field, th letter being four Inches high. This same msst a; peer ea every bos sf th gls Laxative Brexse-Quisiae Tab lets, the remedy thst cure a cold la day. tt cents. short men SCHOOL COURSE EtaTs ef liJucnUOu Frotians fof Etudtfit Vkt Ira ia a Harry. ASRAXGtS TOR A SfEClAl CLT.niCULL'M tadle Wklek Will Bo ot Advatg ia Bsalseaa Ar to B Taken la the Two-Tea Terms. At th meeting of th Board of Edaca Men Monday atght a aew coarse ef study was adopted far tht Higb school, t b kaown a tht "tw-yr costs." th pur- poo of which I to give to pupil wh esnsot afford th full four-year cours th benefit of at least a part of th High school training. Buck studte wer designated tor this course a are most directly essential la tho fitting of a young persoa for a kuolaea career. Ne diploma vill bo given at th close of th term, bat otherwise tt carries tht same privileges aa tn regular Course, Tb tollowiag studies belong I th sew curriculum: Arithmetic (with tbe tnetrle system), A merle fclstary aad dries, Eng lish eompaaitloa. wltk spelling aad writing. English and rending, physiology, physical geography, betas y. ecology, physics, alge bra, plan geometry aad boekkosc-lng. Aay pupil may take thi course vpoa written appllcstlea bring made by th parent t tb principal. Attorney C C Herring wat elected as attorney for I ha hoard for a una of thro year, beginning August L Wi. Here tofore th office of attorney has been 8 lied by yearly elect lona. lew Price en rairernao. Th PetUboD Manufacturing company ot Cincinnati was gtvea tb contract for cadet aairerms. tb bid being aa follows: Bloos. $7.15; trousers. S.M; . fLSS. A challeng was iasned to tb city coun cil ts play th Board of Education a match gam of ball en th aftroon of Sep tember I. tk proceeds to go to tho Audi torium fucd. Tb resignation of Miss Bell Diaturf aa assistant la tb biographical department of the Risk wheel was accepted. Permission was granted to XL J. BodwelL eoonty superintendent, te tw room st tbe Hiah School building oa August 11 U aad II for th holding ot teacher e- situations, and August BUM for tn kelding ef tke Douglas Couaty Teachers' Institute. A committee of eight, representing tke Allied Prtatlat Trades, was preseut to pro test against tke acceptance of a Wd for printing submitted by tk Nebraska Print leg company ot Lioeola. JX O. Onlgbsad. secretary of th trades, said that th Llo eola sous was anskl ts furnish prlaUag wltk tbe colon label oa It. aa required by th rules of th board. Tk matter was referred te th oommltt on supplies. Bids worn received from th following hoases: National Printing company, Ree Printing company. A. L Root. Klopp tsanion company. F. B. Festner. J. F. McReyaalds, Denna Allbery. Kramer aV Cbasdlcr, Omaha Printing company aad tht Nebraska Print lag company. Sal of Lot te City. It was screed that th lot at Ninth aad Howard streets should be offered tor snl t tb city for f 11.000. to be nsed aa tk it for a fir engine bona. AJoase Jackson. Samnel WUIeta aad Stephen Bryant were employed a assistant Janitors at tb High school at $10 nor month, to b retained aa long at their terries ar reenlred. ' It waa decided that TOgs school pupils b required to casks a deposit ef tt coats to coTtr the cost of locker ksya. th same te be returned to than whea the key art return ed. A. H. Eproul. new a tackr In th eons merelal depanment of th High school at 11 gin. HL, was sec tared aa kead ef tk fnAM aa.Saal at I A awt-kta sf aSjw 4 mi Ihfi Otm. TT1 sT school, th salary to be tilt a month. This It as advene of 110 per montk over tht salary paid te N. ' B. Van Mstre, wb oo capled this position last year. H. A. Center, teacher of chemistry, waa elected to the position of librarian at tha High school, for which aerrlc be I t re ceive fis a month tn addition to his reg ular salary. Miss Nellie Fay was elected a assistant librarian at a salary ef I to per month. It was reported that there ar new . keeks la th High school li brary. Misses Anna W. Jensen. Alios C Gil christ. Isabella William aad Sophia El sasser wer placed ea th list of assigned teachers.' v A WELL KXOWn- ALB A IT U9 . BeosnnsnaTUi Ckasakortnla's Cello, Ckeiera anal Itiarrhoo fctaMy, About eighteen month sgs Mr. W. S. Manning of Albany. N. Y wiialy known la trad circle ss tb repreaeststlvo ef th Albany Chemical Co., waa suffering from a protracted stuck of diarrhoea. "I tried Chamberlain's CoHc. Cholera and Diarrhoea Roiaedy." h says, "aad obtained imoodlat rlieL I cheerfully recommend this madi cine te those simliarle afiicted. DEATHREC0RO. . Itr. B. C. Wklrtas;, Sheaandook. FHENANDO A H. t-. Aug. - (Special. Dr. BL C Whiting, a well know pbyslctaa of this place, died la ea of th Omaha hos pital Sstardsy morning asd waa brought t Shenandoah for burial. For many years Dr. Whltlcg ha beea assoelaUd with Dr. Robert Sutton ef this place la the practice sf medicine and aa a result wss widely known. He had realized for several years thst hi tim wss short, and whil aa epsrs- tioa had often been discussed, yet the gee ral op Is ion was that ks could Dot survlvs It. Th body was brought to Sbonsdosh Bsaday evening. George-Bogart having It la charge. Tbe fussrsl tu held this after aooa. the Katght Templar of Red Oak having charge of th oorvioes at th grave. Covaaaoatoew Joaepk E. sfontgoaierT. CHICAGO, Aug. i. Commodore Joseph E. Moatgomsry, th sged cosfederat naval officer wh nearly captured General Grant during th civil war. died her today at tb torn ef fels son. Dr. James Montgomery. Commodore Montgomery was bora la Car roiltoa, Ky, ia 1817. and from his youth until ths war broke est waa engaged ta river traffic At tb tatti of Mobil Bay k played a conspicuous part. Be also was is tha engagements at Fort Pillow aad New Orleans and at Memphis ha lost hi fleet. He was aa tutimal trlrnd f Jef ersoa Davis. He lost hi ye:ght twelve years age and sines that ttme had lived la this city. Two Wesson IVeoat. PLATTSMOCTH, Nsh.. Aug. 4. 8 social.) A. L. Thorns received word today that hi wife's Bister. Mrs. L. C Jehasoa, naased assy yesterday at her kom la Duluia, Misa. Th aether et A. B. WJ1 died at bat kom at Eight Mil Grov Sstardsy sad ths funeral service wer held yesterday Will Do All Thle for Tow. Dr. Klng'e New Life Pill puts vim. vgor and new lift tnte every serve, muscl and organ of ths body. Try them. Zic The Delightful Odor of natural flowers the clearness of crystal. Dainty, for only vegetable oils are used in it. Soothing, because one- sixth is pure glycerin. jL-A. fvaM suaal .i Moderate in price, yet a dollar could buy nothing better; nor $10, for no man would know how to make it. This is toilet soap perfection. JAMES S. KIRK tt COMPANY, CHICAGO Vfllf A fnC C lin Laundry Soap Wrappers exchsrtyed 1 f illlC iNUddmU for valuable pmniutas, at ear store. Swiar a m aai MANY VISITORS AT THE DEN Zhg AJp-SsJ-Bon atTUini Etrurati ' frera Two Btstes, t " KMGHTS TALK OF TAKING OTHER TRIPS Batraralon te Denver 1 ow fader .Debate and Eatertaiatweat for .-Deadweeel. Visiters Is Betas Planned, Th first Bight ot tb reduced rate oa railroads oa account - of th Katghta of Ak-Sar-Bea meetings brought out a good crowd. Iowa peine exceptionally well rep resented. t Tha, meeting waa a success la every' rewpect sad aa Innovation was pro duced by th rainstorm, which cam tip about th Urns th speech of the grand mufti was being made. ' It waa aeocosary to plsoe- th abutters ever th skylights aad th foQlttep of the fslrles oa the roof drowned, the word of th Imperturbable muflt so thst regnisT' worn was sswpenaea. Th imiOat believed that it was a part f tk work. Th principal speaker ef tbe freeing waa Matthew Goring ef Plattsmoath, who took for his tost tk "Religion of Pleasur. saying that th maa wh mafl th path of hi fellows brighter waa really a hamaa hone factor and for thai reason each so cieties ss the Xalghts of Ak-Sar-Bea flour' ished -' ta sway countries. He told of tb Venetian carnivals and ef those of Rome, developing tk idea until, be declared. Time's noblest offspring wat Its laV and tb Omaha festival society, combin ing all of th art of th European festi val with a snap aad spirit truly Occi dental, finds Itself la th van of all sack order.' . ylanior Other Trio. v The tht Denver trip was discussed. Ikes who spok dwelling apoa th pleas ure ef the Journey and th great advan tages which wCl accrue to Omaha. Fred PaSearatk niggnsted that th trip to Den ver be the,.fi,rt ct ss annual Journey to be taken by the board ot governors and th Knight of Ak-Sar-Bea each year, to the principal cities of the west. D. J. O'Brien desired the board ta Im mediately begin preparations for tb en tertainment of th resident of the Black Hills, ss h believed that It would be im possible to glv tbem a reception commea surat with that given la Dead wood with out aomo preparation. The visiters had th beet of th game which (olio wed th address generally, but 0. P.' Shrvm And E. P. Berrymaa asd scores which wer th ccvy of even the best of the guests. '. ' woests of the Klaar. Among those present from Nebraska wtrer F.. Benson ct Craig, I. C Wright and J. H. Stone of Ashland. W. G. Chev rauat, J. K. Weldemer. W. K. Band. kL IX Keara, i. K. Oulllon, H. C. Cutler. W. E. Palling and W. p. Clymer ef Green wood. E. 8. Xipllnger of Leweliya. R. E- Daveaport ef Fraaklia. K. P. Myers and R. Haaey ef Byaanla, S. H. Davis and O. P. Esmky. of LonlsvlUs. Frsd Bud man a of Chappell, George O. Smith of Kevelock. C H. Wtath'p ef Frewnt tod It. F.- R Fltsgerald of Grafton. From Iowa cam Charles IL Frost aad If rl Hi -it. mi I ia a .i' . f"t i - y - 4CUOVw c, -i Fiiro, Palatabb, Popul . I.IZIcns ere Eating tlali-Vita. I.IaIU-VUa is the original and only eruty cooked, thr evghty mahiJ, flaked and ttasted ttkfle tcheat jJ, and is manufactured under Utters fiet. Insist on getting Malta Vita, the perfect food, manufactured by the ' MALT A VITA TUK.Z FOOD CO XUttla OeelL, Michttauu ToroBto, Ceuuadn. "a mm tAt. PiDMlM CTDPPT. Ct w ' sry a- a si m F. D. Becker ot Atlsntlc. E. T. Mosby of Sioux City, W. G. Reithlefew of Earllag. I. Sonnelaad of Harlan. J. R. Littler of Mis souri Talley, J. R. Hudson of Glen wood. E. D. Gil more ot Coborg, P. J. Edmonds ot Hawthorn. J. A. Cook, J. B. Kesrns sad F. C. Egger of Shelby. M. Cuenloaham ot Malvern, F. 0. Peterson and William Oulst of Essex. T. H. Wiley and P. McMul Hrn of Red Oak. Among those from beyond tbe borders of Iowa and Nebraska were: Milt R, Vnl ot Chicago, B. F. Bowman of Chicago, F. P. Kldd of Lexington. Ky., Joha C O'Brien of Saa Francisco and George P. Kelly ef Chi cago. The total number ot visitors t th dea was fifty, whlls about that number of resident members were made. ' BIG SUIT AGAINST JOSLYN W. H. Welak Wast Oaaanaa te Far Rlsa Three Haslred The, si Dollsrs. Ia ths fnlted Ststes circuit court WITllsm H. Welsh baa Instituted suit against George A. Joalyn to recover damage ia tbe turn of S300.00. It 1 alleged In tbe peUtloa that the atock ot th Western Newspaper Colon, a corporation chartered under the lawn ef Illinois with a capital stock of t75t,000; that oa January ti. 1901. tht de fendant for aad, la consideration of th ua ef li.000 agreed te sell th plkintiff I. 0I1H shares of stock la tht concern at the rats of $111 per share, payment t be mad oa the feasts of ntSO.ooo- at tb Urn of delivery aad th balance ta tlx equal semi-annual installment; that tht plats tiff has offered tht moaey to the defend ant, but that he has refused to transfer the atock according to ibe sgreement. Tht petition further alleges that the value' of tht stock has advanced so much beyond the Ills per share at which tbe defendant offered to sell that the damage to tht plaintiff by reason of the failure of the deteadaat to transfer the stock la isoo.ooo. CLOSER TO THE BLACK HILLS i Desdwood Fss-er Say Hill People Like Omaha Better Tkaa Ever. Commenting oa the departure et th Omaha excursionist from Deadwood th DaEy Pioneer-Ttmet ot that city says: Omaha today la closer to ths Black Hill than it ever has been before, and hells s place la th a flections of Its people which can never be supplanted by th ef forts which other cltica may make. Our peopl like the Oniahana. and will find s place for tbem aiwaya. whether tbey come on pleasure r-r Tor tuslseea. Omahs has not loet anything by its recent show of friendship, nor will Ita buein.ee interests surfer by reason of It. It was a whoie souied, Urmneretw six! efftw-tlve proof of the frterrdahlp which the title City of the west hold for the principsl city of th Hills. - . ... Th Beet Care for Cold ta Dr. Kings New Diecoveir for Consump tion. Ely, pleasant, safe aad aruaranteod to oooa cur er ao pay. pOc,-11.00. Boy Leave Heoac. . PAPILLION. Neb.. Aug. 4. 6pcUl.; Sanday afternoon Tom Haaaett and Everett Perrla, two young lads ot Papillion. de CD. dO- pie that 1 Buffalo 1 ported weet. They told several peopia tbey were going west end Jola Eu BUI'S WUd West show. 11 iiSilMMililiil a - g- Bta i AMB MOVRtAMSIIB. U.1 1 t