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THE OMAHA DAILY MKK: WJ2DNKSUAY. OCTOHEK 15, 1i02.
DAK9MS BEAT DOCTORS tJilTtTjdty tf Daket Turn Tm Kid fr (hcata Kdio, VISITORS SHOW NEAT STYLE OF rlAY team the pnet season. In visiting friends here snd ehaJdne hands with his former associate on the Bulls diamond. 11 villi limp a I1H) result his accident In bin lust game with the Omaha team, tie ia. with th Boston team In the Ameri can leaa;ue next seaaon. VealcwU Mew, Gtea with tae Aeetet art at Se-reral at Crltgbfea'a Beat Mea, Arm Hat la eaaaa a Messveat, TROT AFTER THREE DAYS iLexlagtoa Races Palled 0 After Ua Peslpeaesaeat aa Areaaat at Weataer. LEXINGTON. Kt.. Oct. 14 After post ponement for three deys on account of the had condition of tha track racing waa con tinued today. Dr. Strong, the favorite, won the fourth race In straight heats. Ijofl Derby eaally Uvea alth their own sieve ranforeat ,"!f'nL0V.JS0:..C.'1,,tin by tha cream of tbe Crelghton university Vader' after six heats'. A. J. D. waa the team, tha Omaha Medical college, foot ball I heavily played favorite and Beldia aecond band waa enable to w thstAhd tha sturdy j!j.0,- lnu.t 'e"i th I-orUe . .v. -.-II 4..l , I Charley Mac, In the Ml trot. In tha un- assaults of tha wall trained students from flnlhd J:2& dim Dnrothv Wilton won two the University of South Dakota yesterday I heau. The track waa alow. afternoon, and tha twilight that settled Summary: . , . upon Vlntoa street park brought with It I three ti ' .. defeat for the Nebraska 'varsity adjunct I Walnut Hall. br. h., by Conductor by a scare of 12 to . . IB.nvoIli va v." J i ! J The Medici bava been together but Tery n.,'r m iB.ni.ni . i l few tiroes this season, and their game I Belle Kunrr. br. m. (Hudson) 4 I 4 ro ahowed It plainly. They wera simply out- I Palm Lesf, br. g. (McCarthy). ...S 4 J ro played at every point, and some ot tha time i1 ? ? ro It was difficult for the offlclals to persuade Alice Barnea, b. m. (8tx.ar dr thorn that rules were rules, even In foot Lassie Owena. ch. m. (Dlckersonldr v.,. .vi. .v. .. .v.. .v- Time: :12V. 2:12. Mli, 2;1om. uu " "' v . Becond raoe. free-for-all. to wagon, trot- are by, no mesne easy losers, and the at-I ting, two In three, aniateura to drive, cup: Biosphere that surrounded the exhibition I Ida llighwond, b. m., by Hlghwood (E. was anything but sportsmanlike, YrZiiAVii i 4 For the first half the. Medics tried It on I Time ! U with their own team. They found that Third raoe, 2:14 class, trotting, three In they could never gain their dlce. not , . by Jv Blrd once making first dowa, and profiting for (Damareat) ! i 1 1 1 the few advances they did accomplish solely A. J. l. b. g. (Walker) 81212 by tha fumble, of tbelr opponent, or by bm rM Person) " 7 I I I i a seldom punt. Crescent, b. er. O'urry) 4 1 7 7 ro Meanwhile, however." the doctors were I Jovmaker. b. h. (McCoy) 2 4 4) t ro somehow able to bold the northerner, dowa Roacoe Medium, b. g. (McMa- ..... to one .touchdown and goal during the half. I Betsle "TeVli" bikV 'rnL"''(Mc- Bad team generalship by the Dakota qs was I Carthy) S 10 4 2 4 dr responsible tor this, however. Although It m- n)..u w ro .... .... ,v ,,A ,.v. v. I Eyeline. bile m. (Ames 1 9 11 2 dr was plain that the visitors could take the I r.n k v .h,.,... m c h ball away from the Medics on downs at I Philip K., br. 'g. (Onrvey.."l2 13 da any time desired, yet they failed ta take ";r. "n'"' o. g. ih.eym....iiii as advantage of the plain opportunity for "T m" j 14V V: T-nv. 2:14V. some fast scoring. I 2:l. . . . I Fourth race, 2:18 class, trotting, two In Came at mafia. thne. 11.000: W4th a good kicker, C. E. Neweomb, I strong, g. g., Dy rstrong uoy . whom ilbev had fcthind the line, their game) Millard BandersV'bi.''MeWlneld)!.'.! 2 2 was manirestiy to punt down the Held just I Hall Frey. b. g. (Foote) s a ...ii i ... e 4 , 4 , 7 5 , IS , 8 ( , 10 .13 11 .12 12 dr dr dr ss fart as possible, take the ball away e1""1.Boyvbv tvU5a,n . . . . . I Karl V llton. b. h. (Nuckola). on aowna. pun again, ana so get wunn idy Katherine. b. m. (Johnaon striking distance of the goal In short or- I Berkshire Chimes, b. h. (Berra. rover), der. jastead of following those Uctlcs tha I fj.nc'i- b; v(Dryd ; Tarsity lad. earned tha distance Inch by The Parson . b.'h. (Colbv Inch, soortng after fifteen minute, of play. Daisy Wood. b. m. (Kinney) Many fumblea and a aretty brace br the Jn Astronomer, b. h. (Chandler).. teamles. Medic, prevented further .coring Monte Ca In that half, which closed 6 to 0. I Jim Fenton, br. g. (Patterson) Tk. inr.inn .( AA..u.r.),i. r--.i.,t- I Time: 1:14 f :1s. a as v .4 wsvsuaa va vvuvi avis V( D iu tvu - - - a I - as . . iinivcrsltv hlooit Inlo (h. V.l ..m 1n v. rum race, t.vo citwa, nun...,, iko ... three, il.ww: second half changed the Complexion of Dord Derby, b. ... by Garobrino King FEAST FOR FROLIC MAKERS Ik-lar-Bon OoT.raari sVra Di.sa at the Oms'tit Olib. SECRETARY MOODY AMONG THE GUESTS t'aalwet Measber Arrives L (trlba(ea Rrtefly ta Post Prss. dial Praeedlaa:a Seveafy Severn Are at Table. Beventy-eeven men sat at table at the Omaha club last night, participants In the complimentary dinner given the Board ot Governors of the Knlghta ot Ak-Sar-Ben as partial reward tor their labors In msn aglng and bringing to successful conclusion the recent festivities Incident to the entry of the king and the crowning ot bis queen. An honored gueft was W. H. Moody, sec retary of the aavy, who arrived at the club at 10 o'clock, after hia public speech, and who was greeted with cheera and applause aa he entered. Edward Porter Peck, presi dent of the Omaha club, acting as toast master, called upon Secretary Moody be fore the regular speakers of the evening. and the cabinet member responded with a few felicitous remarks concerning the navy and other matters more Immediately under notice. laaata aaa Taaatera. The toasts were: "Our Guests," responded to by Judge W. D. McHugh: "Relation of Ak-Sar-Ben to Our Business Interests." W. R. Bennett; "Our Country Visitors." Francis A. Brogan; "How Ak-Bsr-Ben Im presses Visitors," John N. Baldwin; "Pub lic Spirit." W. F. Gurley. The menu "card" consisted of three broad silk ribbons. In the Ak-Sar-Ben colors. On the first ribbon, red In color, appeared the words: "Complimentary Dinner, given to the Board of Governors of the Knights of Ak-Sar-Ben, Tuesday, October 14, 1902. The Omaha Club." On the third ribbon, yellow, waa the list of toasts. On the second rib bon, a green one, wss printed the menu. At Table. At the bead of the table sat Governors Thomas A. Fry, H. J. Penfold, Mel Uhl, XV. S. Jardlne, C. M. Wilhelm, Edgar Allen, Gould Diets, L L KounUe, J. M. Kendrle, M. A. Hall, R. C. Howe, . With these est Edward Porter Peck, president of the Omaha club. The others at table were: John N. Baldwin, D. A. B&um. W. D. McHugh, W. R. Bennett, Judge Mcl'herson, F. A. Brogan. Thomas Kllpatrlck. O. W. Wattles. U. r. Kldwell, J. L. Webster, 1 1 ..2 2 ..2 3 (Spear) Chain Bhot. b. g. (McDonald).. Monte Carlo, b. g. (Curry). Time: 1M. Sixth race. 2:25 pace, three In five. $1,000 tunnnianeni: Dorothy Wilton, b. m.. by Wilton, dam wud-erocuB (Carsl l l S .1 2 .4 .6 S things somewhat, though the Dakotans did score one more touchdown and goal. The only kng run of the day was effective to ward this. Hanaon, a ten and a half aecond man. going sixty yarda around the Medics right end In beautiful style. Shortly after ward (V E. Neweomb drove throuvh on an I The Ju!kp. b. g. (Stahl) end buck for . touchdown and then V,?ked g.JftVh. TlWE; sa- I Atha A., b. g. (Greenwad. ...... Meanwhile Harrv Welch. Tcrrv M us Lain I Roes Mason, b. g. (Turner) and Joe Walker of the Crelghton taui H' JW-'JiH.';; l ..... I Tom Keene. ch. h. (pwearingen) dr were discovering where their side was J Margaret W., b. m. (Walker) dr wak and they began to do a little havoc. I Time: z:iz, z:ii'. .w.i,.v.. ..n...ilu .rt.. I of especial brilliancy on defense, breaking WINNER DOUBLES IN. PRICE through almost at will and nailing the run ner behind Abe line. In this way the vis itors were forced to kick, and then the Crelghton men began carrying the ball goalward for the Medics. Weleb and Mus- . tain made good gain., but even then the After- Morris Illaa Park Rare Mea Bid aa Saeeeasfal Horee. NEW TOB.K. Oct. 14. Cinquevalli snd ran one two In the Raneho del Paao stakes at Morris Psrk today. , The stable took command after the first furlong had been covered and held It to the finish. Fire Eater cloaed very strong and finished third. Boutn Trimble, from the Drake etaoie. won the Fairvlew selling stakes In a drive from Huntresaa. The winner was bid up to 83.706, an advance of li.TOD over his en- pretty twa line, of, defense ot the Dakotans wild Thyme, the entry 'of Andrew Miller, Well' niariallaed Teaaa. The visiting player, term a well dlsctp- ' lined team and their apliit la commendable. A. H. Whltmore, formerly of Brown univer sity. Is their coach and he has them fairly . well broken into a neat style ot modern tered price. The Drake stable wen half of rollers foot ball, nsln auarda aver a mn.l the card with Charlie Grainger.. Runnels . . J ". land South Trimble. Two favorites w deal on offense snd having the two lineal summary: ot defense, the only good form In foot ball I First race, for maiden 3-vear-olds an always In evidence. I un- 1891 nd balf furlongs of the tv. .i. ...v.n .v. . ,. I Withers mile Charlie Grainger won. Esera Tha sole mishap of the game occurred ,ec0nd. Annie Grace third. Time: 1:23V. early in the first balf. when A. E. New- I Second race, for 2-year-olds and up. to comb, captain and fallback on the Dakota ,Ti12en y, PPn?nllc boys, the w ithers eleven, suffered a fall when tackled that MerUo third Time: iST broke his collar bone. He will be out of Third race, the fifth Raneho del Paso, for the game two weeka, nd the Injury kept yr.l,!."-.Lh' "P8 t-ourse Cinquevalll v. . ' , .. ' ' . " won. Wild Thyme second. Fire Eater third. mm u lug wu.w w ill. " ul I Time: J ; J 1 The Medic .ay they did far better than I Fourth race, the aeventh Fairvlew sell they expected, and tor a team practically ,n- or -,e,?'-ild": "J1? "nd sixteenth. ,. J. . . ....fc, ,v. ' over the hill South Trimble won. Hun- untrained and uncoached their .warming trMgA .econd. Grand Opera third. Time: 01 ins ptay. -aent agaiaai mem waa cer- I 1:47 ASK OPERATORS TO MEET Frtsek Prafeeta Mare ta Their Iral Taal Ptrlke. tap PARIS, Oct. 14. The prefect of Pas de Calais baa written to the manager, of all coal mine. In hi. department asking them to mea. with the view of decidiag upon a bssis of sgreement with the miners fsvors bie to all the Interests Involved la the strike. As the strike in Pas de Cslale only In volve, the question of wagea. this action of the prefect will probsbly lead to a resump tion ot work. The prefect of the Depsrtment of Nord bss sent a simllsr letter to the mining companies la his department. AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA K laid Imm Question U B Itbmittsd t Hovember Election. PUBLIC SENTIMENT IS ACAINST IT Hole ta street eeas leasaealate Attea tloa eak-atatloa of Faatefllre at lock Rtekasge- Magle Ity Gnaala. One thing Is certain and that Is there will be no question of a bond Issue sub mitted at the November election. Msyor Koutsky dropped into The Bee office last night and said that he understood the tax DIPLOMATS PROPOSE A PLAN payers did not favor an Isaue of bonds at this time and therefore he would not Vkder Leadership of Mlalater Pawell Taey Atteaapt ta Establish Peace la Ilaytl. PORT AU PRINCE. Oct. 14. AcUng on the Initiative of Cnited States. Minister Powell the diplomatic corps here his pro posed a cessation of hostilities In order o arrange the preliminaries for peace between the revolutionists sad the forces of the pre visions! government. St. Foix Colin, the provisional minister ot the Interior, who recently called the popu lation of Port au Prl.ce to arms and left the city with a force of troops to attack Montroul., where the government troop, sustained a severe defeat Saturday, has re turned here without engaging the revolutionists. C. K. Yost. E. M. Morsman, 8. C. Barton, K. A. Cudahy, C. N. Diets, M. C. Peters. 8. A. McWhorter, T. J. Rogers. C. H. Pickens, E. E. Bruce, W. T. Page. A. N. Benn, J. L. Kennedy, G. W. Doomls, D. T. Wl.li, J. E. Kelbv. J. H. Mcintosh, J. B. Sheean, Arthur Mets. . W. M. Ulass. H. Vance Lane, J. G. Martin. C. N. Robinson. David H. Mercer, W. M. Gurley. J. R. Bcoble. J. B. Rahm. J. W. Thomae, M. T. Barlow. C T. Kountxe, C. J. Greene, A. C. Hmlth, T. C. Byrne. E. T. Lomax. H. Li. Cummlnga, J. S. Brady. J. K. Chambers, E. M. Falrfleld. Ji W. Dixon. J. M. Dougherty, . - Aiuaun, P. E. Her, Rome Miller, E. E. Bryson, R. 8. Wilcox. G. W. Kelley, J. C. Sharp, A. H. Merchant, V. t. Saundere. W. M. Burgess, A. J. Love, H. W. Binder. C. T. Stewart CAPTAIN HELD FOR KILLING Boy Mistakes for Target Skat fcy MUI llansa Leads ta Charge af ' . . Mssslaagkler. MINNEAPOLIS. Minn., Oct. 14. Captain Percy Walton ot the .(ate militia has been Indicted by the grand jury of Anoka county on a charge of manslaughter in the second degree. Captain Walton was target shooting when John Krisko, aged 6, got within the line and, being mistaken for the target, was shot. CAMBON MAY TOUR COUNTRY Replaced Frtsek Mlalater lavltea ta Visit Leaala tltlea Before Salllaa; Home. . PARIS, Oct 14. M. Jesserand, tha French minister to Denmark, who has been appointed to Washington, expects to reach his new post at the beginning of January. M. Cambon the returning minister, may make a tour of the leading American cities. at the Invitation of cttisens of New York, Chicago and St. Louis, who desire to en tertain him previous to his departure from the United States. YELLOW FEVER KILLS PRIEST Ecaader Tows OfBelally Declared lafeeted with Deadly Disease. GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador, Oct. 14. The board of health yesterday declared this city to be Infected with yellow fever. There have been many cases lately, chiefly among Germane. A Jesuit priest, named Guerrero, who waa educated in the United States, and who had been ministering to the sick, died last night ot yellow fever. talnly good. BOl'TH DAKOTA It. S MEDICS. Slrwirt R. R.;L I Hart .R. T. ,U. T Jacobaoa-WftiKfr .K. Q.,U O Piatt O. r.t.' Jafisbliith-l'nsrMi4 ,.L. C.R. O Whltronb . U T K. T Johns. in .U E U- K Smith R. H.iU H Ebr-WuMsIa .L. H.R. H Patermofl-Welrh 8 IQ. B Stswsn r. i Tho Snldr n. H. Tbamtisaa.. Oloa Maxoa Novotnjr .,..v..., Haaiou '. . . . . B. Kawcoaik.. Toung A. K. Krmab, Slwta .r. a 1 p. B. Touchdowns: Hanson, C. K. MeClsrsa Neweomb. Whltmore of Vermilion. Referee: Tukey of Omaha. 1L Fifth rax-e. selling, for 2-year-olds and up. the Withers mile Kilogram won. Ma lor Manslr second. Boaster third. Time: 1:42V Sixth race, handicap Tor S-year-o'na and up. mile and a quarter over the iVIthers course Hunter Ralne won. Andv Williams second Circus third. Time: 2:09. With the Bawlers. Nationals won two on the Gate City al leys last night. KRUO PARKS. 1st. M. 2d. Tol's. lrtl lit. 11 4'. 158 IKS 15 5 Frush 1M 1T7 1H7 (71 Mathla 121 13 117 X7 Bengele lt 235 158 t 1. n,w.h.i..n.- f v v-..nni. irrancisco 2; Time of halvas: 35.-00. Umpire: A. h! H"rw,,ch Toaa Corroraa glaas Coatrart. CINCINNATI. Oct. 14 Tom Corcoran. shortstop of the Cincinnati National league team, signt-d s contract todsy to play next Season lor fcs.ww. Left Fielder Sterne attll Lame, BALIX. la.. Oct. 14 Special Telegram George 8tone, a former Sallx boy who played left Held for the Omaha base ball A GOOU DEAL OF NONSENSE Total. Gilchrist .. Ahmanson heed Tracy Potter Totals . 730 NATIONALS. 1st. 2d. 17 170 10 170 lo 8! 781 2. 177 1K2 159 Sins 1l2 Sd. Tot's li EOT 174 173 13 6i 43 R7S 46) ..274 26 i.9 Akaat Blaad Partera" aad Taatee. Every drop of blood, every bona, nerve and tissue In the body can be renewed in bat one way, and that is, from wholesome food properly dlgeated. There 1. no other way aad the Idea that a medicine In Itself ran purify the blood or supply new tls.ue. and strong nervos is ridiculous aad oa a par with the ful-de-rol taat dyspepsia or indi gestion la a germ dlaeaae or that other fal lacy, that a weak stomach which refuse, to digest toed can be made to do .0 by Irritat ing aad inflaming the bowel, by pUls and cathartics. Stuart'a Dyapepsia Tablets cure indlge. Uon, .oua-aloffiach,' ga. aad bloating after meals, because they furbish the digestive principles which weak atamacaa lack, aad unless the deficiency ot pepsin aad dlastaae I. supplied It la useless to attempt to euro stomach trouble by the use ot "tonics, -pills" and "cathartics" which have abso lutely ho dtgaaiive power, and their only ef feet la to give a temporary stimulation. One grain . of the . active principle la Stuart's Oyapepala Tablet, will digest 1,900 grain, ef tueat, egga and similar foods, and experiments bave shown that they win do tat. in a glass bottle at proper temperature, but of coarse are much more effective ia the stomach. ' - There is probably 00 remedy ao uni versally use as Stuart's Tablet., because it Is not only the sick and ailing, but well people wfco use them at every meal to in sure perfect digestion and assimilation ot the food. People woo enjoy fair health take Stuart's Tableta aa regularly as they take their meals, because they aanl to keep well: pro- ventloa is better thaa cure, and Btuarf's I))BiMpsia Tablet do both: they prevent la d .tUon and they remove It where it exiata. The regular wee of one or two of them after Diesis a ill demaastrale their merit and efH Cieucy better laaa say other argument. Oaawa Waa Ta Fart. ON AW A. Ia.. Oct. 14. 'Special.! The On- awa High school foot ball team defeated he Whiting town team here this sfternoon by a score of fi to u. The Whiting team waa much heavier, but Onawa waa t"a fiat and the visitor, were never In it. Firteen mlnule halve, were iilayed. Referee, Ken nedy; umpire, Fesaenden. BEbttERI' HGKMOlg WAYS. FIGHTS HARD FOR LIFE Alaskaa Marder Isiseel, Twice Cob- rtrted, Twlee Appeals to apreaae Coart. WASHINGTON, Oct. 14. The supremo court today took up the case of Homer Bird, accused of murder in Alaska. The caae is now In the supreme court for the second time. It was originally tried in Alaska, where Bird aaa convicted. The supreme court reversed the decision. The re-trial resulted against Bird, and an ap peal has again been taken. Kew Viceroy H XaaaeO. NEW YORK, Oct. 14. Viceroy Chang Chi Tung has beea instructed to assume tem porary charge of the Nanking rtceroyalty, say. a Time, dispatch from Shanghai by way ot London. According to a trust worthy native report, Lu Hal Huan, former minister to Germany and a treaty commis sioner, has been nominated as gueoessor to the late Viceroy Liu Kua YI. Out ot de ference to the memory of Liu his successor will not be definitely appointed for forty days. The departure of tho foreign garri sons from Shanghai probably will bo post poned until the two -Yangti vlceroyalties are eeea to bo in eate hands. - - ... ' . Looks (or Mack Gold. . LONDON, Oct. 14. Sir David Barbour, who was special commissioner appointed to Inquire into the finances of the Trans vaal and Orange River Colonies, todsy pre dieted thst the gold production of the Transvaal, which waa $100,000,000 yearly before the war, would soon largely exceed that sum. With the Increase in mining there would, he said, be a proportions to increase In the agricultural and pastoral Industries and a general extension of trade and commerce. laapert Eagllak Soldiers. LONDON, Oct. 14. Generals Corbin, Young and Wood and their aides-de-camp visited the British camp at Aldorchot to day as the guests of General French. The visiting generate din'.'d with the war secretary, Mr. Brodrlck. this evening, to meet Lord Kitchener. In adllttaa to Gen eral Corbin and his party, the guests in cluded Earl Roberta, Lord Laatliwne, the foreign secretary, and other raembe.-s of the government. Barkrtt Speaks at St. Paal. ST. PAUL, Neb., Oct. 14. (Special Tele gram.) Congressman E. J. Burkett of Lin coln addressed a large audience at the courthouse thla evenlDg and gave a bril liant and logical talk on the issues of tho campaign. He ahowed that the paramount iasues of democracy are knocked out by the practical logic of successful republican pol icies. He made a strong plea to tha voters of tho Sixth to redeem the district by the election of Klnkald. The speech was well received. Short speeches were made by Mickey, Mortenaon and Kinkaid. Kreaek Trade larresses, PARIS, Oct. 14. The Import of Franca for the nine months ending September were 2663.844.200. compared with 1652,743.000 for the same period of 101. The export, were 19,S64.I00, against $589,90,2O in 190L aa I era Beoosa to Mislead Police Who May Bo Watchta. "Beggars are the smoothest people on earth." said a north side policeman, quoted by the Chicago Tribune. "Just wstch that fellow across the street. He looks like a Janitor or a laboring man. doe.n't he Well, he i. a beggar and a mighty crafty one too." The person Indicated was spparently dust- tag off the sidewalk in front of aa apart ment house with aa old, wore out broom. His hair wa gray aiid his clothes had seen much wear. There cemea a man," continued the po liceman, "and it that fellow doean't know I'm watching him I will show you his gams. The old fellow with the broom get exceed ingly busy a. the pedestrian approached him. Ha swept the walk back and forth in brisk fashion until ths passerby reached his slds and then quit work and caught the stranger'a step, following him for taenty- Ave or thirty fret. The pedestrian was halt Inclined to stop, but chauged hi. mind and with a decisive no of the head hurried oa. "Do you aao through the trick V the po (iceman asked. "That fellow', broom I. bis disguise. He Is aa old timer and I havs watched him work a dosea times. He se lects tashloaable residence district, of the city, begin, to .weep tho walk in front of some big a part meat bowse, aad whea men nd women come along he pour. hi. pitiful plea lata their ear. If a policeman hap peaa to ao watching his. aad he Is aware of the fact he simply keep, oa .weeping while pedeetrlaaa pass and then changes his location. He certalaly ha. aa Ingenious brala aad I imagine tho game paya hi pretty stlL" A C'hasaploa Heater. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, th. oast In the world, cures cuts, corns, burns, bolls, aloera, sores and pllea or no pay. 25c. For aale by Kuhn Co. s7 2,0w THE REALTY RECORD. INBTRUMKNTf" filed for record Tuesday, October 14: Weurroatr Doode. Jurgen Thomsen and wife to J. L. 31 u Dinger et ai, lota 13 ana 14. MOcK s. Hrnson t Mary R. Glasgow, executrix, et al. to f. li A nines el al. w 4b feet lot. and 4. block K8. South Omaha McCoy A Olmatead to Aetna Insur- e.ire company, lots J, S, 7 and is. Mock 147. Florence John McCreary 10 Mary A. Daxon, pta 10. 11, u. a. zi and sc. diock a, Maryavllle add; lot 17, block 2. Cot tage park: lota 1 and 2, block 2. Cla rendon add: lota 1 to C Morae A. H.'s sub: lots 1 and 2, block i, Omaha View B. Jetter and wife to Maria M. Bauer, lot la. block I. Jetter s add A. Woody and wife to L. K. Mc Neil, lot 2k block a. Monmouth park., (salt Oalaa Doede. J. I- Browne and wife to H. 8. Thomas, iota 1 and 2, block ST; lota 3 and . block ?; lot L block Ul. Flor ence J. L. Browne and wfe to Aetna Trust company, lota ( and t, bluck Ul, Florence J. 11. Mi-Creary et al to Mary A. Psion. lot s. block 2; loU 4 and i, block 2. McCreary Place E J. Sullivan to Aetna Trust com paiiy, lot la. block tt: lot 1 block 111; Ut 3. block lw, Florence Deeata. J K pierce et al. referees, to J. M. Fixa, H of eAs kt lu, Kountae a 3d Cats Oat Teatlaaoay. ST. PETERSBURG. Oct. 14. The trial of tho peaaants accused of destroying private property in Kharkov province has been finished at Bald. The court refused to ad mit testimony that peasants were whip ped, their houses destroyed and their wive, nd daughter, violated by the soldiery. Iavoettaate Late War. LONDON. Oct. 14. Lord Strathcona and Sir Frederick Darley, lieutenant governor ot New South Wales, have been appointed ad ditional member, of the royal aommlsston which la to Inquire into the conduct of the South African war. They will repre sent colonial interests. Grsevs Haa Freak Troahlea. GENEVA, Oct. 14. There were renewed disorder, thl. evening on the part of the atreet car employee, who had not been re instated in their posltloas. Troops restored order and the ringleaders of the rioting wer. arrre.ted. Swiss Mlalater Say. Farewell. WASHINGTON. Oct. 14 Mr. Ploda. the retiring 8wlss minister, called at the state department today to say farewell. He will present hi. letters of recall In the courss of a day or two, and sail on the 30th. Msr.aa Withdraws Osier. LONDON, Oct. 14. It is announced that J. Pierpont Morgan's recent offer of $2S,000 tor the Burns manuscript. In the Athena eum library of Liverpool ha. been with drawn. 4.500 250 toe Total aanouut of transfers. no. Talk Grata avad Cattle Datles. BERLIN, Oct. 14. The Reichstag re as embled today. The proposed duties on grain and cattle wilt be ths first matters to be discussed. call for the election. There has been a desire to bave bonds of various sorts Is sued. These tonds would bo In the nature of general Indebtedness bond, and would call for an Increase In the Interest account. At the present time the city Is carrying an Indebtednes. of $.107,000 and district in debtedness ot $225,000. There Is an overlap of about 260.0O0, whirh will have to be taken care of some way, else the fl-e .'id police department will have to discount their wsrrants for some months to come. The only help, so It Is ststed now. Is for the business men to get together and ask the legislature to amend the charter so that there will be an in crease In apportionment of all of the funds. Reglatratlaa oa Tharsday. Thursdsy of this week will be the first day of registration and an effort Is being made by the republicans to get out as many voters as possible on that day. Every per son entitled to a vote must register this fall. There will be three days of registra tion. The other days will fall on October 24 and on Saturday, November 1. The reg istration place, follow: First Ward First precinct, drug store. Twentieth and Missouri avenue; Pecond Freclnct, Collins' music store, Twenty ourth snd L streets. Second Ward First precinct. 2017 S streets Pecond precinct. Evans' laundry building, Twenty-third and N streets. Third Ward First precinct, Broadwell- Kion coal omoe, Albright; Second precinct, Cornelius building. Thirty-fourth and U streets. Fourth Ward First precinct, Offerman hotel. Twenty-fifth and P streets: rVcond precinct, KUker building. Thirty-first and W streets. Fifth Ward First rreclnct. Bradford Kennedy lumber office, Twentynlnth and G streets: Second precinct, McCrann build ing. Thirty-sixth and Q streets. Sixth Ward First precinct. Outhrle'. meat market. Twenty-fourth and E streets; Second precinct. Galagher's cigar store, Twenty-fourth and N streets. Street Keeds Atteatlaa. The water and gas companies assert that tho big hole in the street at Twenty second and L streets is In need ot Imme diate attention by the city street depart ment. Unless some action Is taken soon tho pipes of both of the companies men tioned will be exposed to the weather and this will. It ia asserted, work a hardship on the patron, of the companies mentioned. City Engineer Beat, who Is la charge of the street department, has been requested to get busy and do something. He Is wait ing, however, on the order, of the council, a dirt for thl. tilling waa ordered aome time ago from the lot at Twenty-fifth and M streets, but this baa never been de livered. A. there is no prospect ot dirt from this locality thl. fall the city will have to look elsewhere for material with which to make thla fill. Sab-Mall Statloa at Stock Tarda. While all tho furnishing, for th. sub station at the stock yards are 'not In posi tion the station will he opened today. The station will be located at the south end of tho balcony in the new building. Stamp, and money orders will be sold and mail will be collected, bat no deliveries will be made at this station. It Is expected that the packer, and the banks, a. well aa the Union Stork Yard, company, will avail themselves of the opportunity to send mall to the train, aa quickly as possible by using this station Instead of using mes senger service to catch 1st trains. Com mission men doing business at the yarda will lso be given Increased accommoda tions aa far as mail facilities are con cerned. C. W. Miller will have charge ot this substation and on. of the clerks out of the postofflce here will most likely be assigned to dnty with Mr. Miller. Mayor's Proelaasatloa. In a proclamation issued by Mayor Koutsky yesterday it Is stated there wilt be a special election to vote npon the prop osition to grsnt a franchise to the Inter state Independent Telephone company. This company has, it Is asserted, filed paper, and will pay to the city the expenses ot a special election. This is provided tor In the charter. The other two applications for franchise, have not been signed by the mayor, neither have they been printed In the official paper of the city.' Laylag New Malaa. Since the grading on Twenty-seventh . street ha. been completed the ga. company , haa commenced laying eervice pipe, on Twenty-seventh street from C to D streets j and on D street from Twenty-sixth to 1 Twenty-seventh street. There has been j some delay in the receipt of pipe, but Msn- ' agar Davis says that he expects to fill all of the order, before the grcuod 1. froxen. Mains will also be laid on Twenty-sixth strset from P to Q street, on Missouri venue to M street and on Twenty-second street from G to F treet. Magic nir Uoaslat. Roacoe Rowley Is reported to be recov ering rapidly. The Cudahy Packing company la erect ing an oilhouse to coat about ll(Ut). Members of the Eastern Star will give a dance at Masonic hall ou the night ol October 24. bearree team of the Ancient Order of United Workmen will give a dance at Oi:a Fellows hall tonlgut. An Inquest will be held over the remains of Willie Brown by Coroner Brallcy at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The Union Stock Yards company Is lay ing a new switch track from F street south to the L street viaduct. Engineers in the employ of the Rock Island ruad are making a survey of the compsny's lines, which run from the south end of the Swift plant to the county line. John F. Constantlne and Miss Mary A. Queenan were married yesterday. The bride la the dajghter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael yueur.an and a ainter of Councilman yjr nan. The groom la employed by the Cud shy Packing company and is well and fa forably known here. faersaoa Steel Is Ckeaper. BERLIN, Oct. 14. The rolled steel syndl- cats today reduced pricea in Germany oy $1.15 a ton. 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