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THE 'OMAHA DAllJV" 11KE: THURSDAY, NOVEMHEU 20, 1002.
1 NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA. COUNCIL MIMMt mistio. Dtvls sHIs rtruRK. 8tockrt spII carets and rug. Klrgant new Xmar phutus at rVhmldt's. Expert watch repairing;, l-ffcrt, 4 0 H'way Visit thp t'ountry Htnrv. Kt.yal Arcanum hall, today. ('. K. Hw l"ft ycrtc-rduy on a trip to Frsrott, Ark. Picture framing. C K. Alexander & Co., J.13 Broadway. Tel. 'Mf. Egg bestir. Iat Day tudny, If each. A. B. Howe, Uroadway. For rent, nlc-ely furnished front rnnm, rcanonable price. Impure &H6 North First street. Mrs. George Hamilton and on have gone to I'anova, 8. U.. on a visit to i rlendf . Wanted, at onre, rarrler with horse for route on The Bee. Apply at the oitlc-e. No. 10 Pearl atreet. Mr. R. V. Itinea left yesterday fir Kan ana City on a vlp.t to her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. Klu-pard. We are headquarter for gla of all klnda. Bee tin before you buy. C. U. I'alnt, 011 and Olass Co. Broadway Methodist bazaar lunch. i5 cent: chicken pie dinner, 25 cents. Koyal Arranum hall today. The regular meeting of Harmony chap ter. Order of Eastern Star, will be held this evening In Masonic hall. Mr. Henrv Brandt of 833 Bluff street died last evening at the Woman Christian Association hospital, aged 33 years. Only four applicant took the civil ser vice examination at the poKtofftre yester day for positions of clerk and carrier. W. W. Bell and Alberta M. Rouritree, both of Omaha, were married In this city yesterday afternoon by Justice Bryant. Rev. A. K. Main In conducting a series of revival meetings at the Free Methodist church at Sixteenth atreet and Avenue B. Charle T. Stewart left Tuesday for New York to Join his wife, whi has been spending the summer there with relatives. The regular meetlr of the Retail Grocer' association will be held this even ing In the hall over the Commercial National bank. Oeorge Smith took out a building permit yesterday for the erection of a one-story frame cottago on Fifth avenue near Twelfth etreet, to coat I1,tW0. Mrs. A. C. Baser, formerly Miss Anna Jensen of this elty, who has been visiting relatives and friend here, left Tuesday evening for her future home in Egan, 8. D. Arthur Harrison of Ridge atreet, after being arrested for drunkenness, started a rough house at the city Jull and overturned the stove. He had to be placed In the steel cell. Pr. Samuel Phelp Inland, "Tha ImtiA of Burns and Scott," the high school and the V. A. R. will make a trong combina tion at the high chol auditorium to morrow evening." Having refurnished my gallery up-to-date 1 offer this month .1 photos for $1.50 and W photo for $2.t0 per doaen. Have your Christmas photo taken now. Stlgleman, 43 and 45 South Main street, upstairs. Th Maccabee celebrated the dedication and opening of their new hall In the Brown block last night with a ball which was attended by a large crowd. Many member of the order from Omaha were present and participated in the festivities. Howard Conner, of the clerical force at the poatoffiee, went to Creaton, la., yes terday morning, where laat evening he was married to Miss Nell Golden of that city. Mr. and Mr. Conner will be at home to their friend in this city after Thanks giving. Justice Bryant decided yesterday that Miss Anna Rhody waa not guilty of stealing plated tableware from the Vienna restaurant and discharged the young woman, who had been arrested at her home' In Adair county and taken from a sick bed to be brought to thla city. It wa said that Mine Rhody would bring suit for damage against tne person who caused her arreet. E. C. Htitchlnon, on of Mr. and Mr. A. M. Hutchinson of this city and a former resident of Council Bluff, waa married Monday In Modale, la., to Mis I.ola Marra of that place. Mr. and Mrs. Hutchlnaon visited here enroute to the Black Hill, where they will spend their honeymoon. They will make their home In Ptsgah. la., whre Mr. Hutchinson is engaged In business. Scarcity of Juror necessitated the Issu ance yesterday of a wecond special venire. By agreement the suit of Joseph Lauder against I B. Cousin, sheriff of Potta wattamie county, I being tried before eleven Juror. The ult 1 to replevin a delivery wagon and team of mule attached a year ago on a Judgment obtained by a milling firm against the Lauder Baking; company of Omaha. The fire department wa called at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon to a one-atory brick cottage at 421 Harrison street, owned by J. W. 8qjre and occupied by A. G. Gale, where a blare had started In one of the closets. The fire was extinguished by the chemical engine. The loss on the building is estimated at 1100 and about the same on the content of the closet. It la not known how the nre started. Fred N. Lewis, ion Of 8. F. Lewis of Macedonia, this county, will have a hear ing this rooming before the commissioner for the Insane on an Information filed by his father. Lewis, who la a civil engineer by profession, has been a private patient at St. Bernard's hospital for a month, but hi condition has become worse. His de mentia Is believed to be due to overwork last summer while in Dakota engineering and speculating In land. The Chicago, Burlington St Qulncy Rail road company has filed in the federal court m motion to consolidate the three suit of J. H. Lowder, Mr. Addle Lowder and R, Howell, guardian of Mrs. Lowder. The suits are for JJO.OOO each and arise out of Injuries received by Mr. Lowder in a wreck near Hastings, la., about a year ago. The suit were originally brought In the district court, but on motion of he rail road company were transferred to the United States court. .Fresh Lemon Drops, Angel food taffy, peanut candy, chocolate taffy, horehound, Yankee peanut and other delicious fresh home-mad candles will be on sale all day Saturday at only 10 cents per -pound. Brown's Candy Kitchen, (41 Broadway. Marrtaa- Lleeasee. Licenses to . wed were Issued yesterday t tha following: Name and Residence. Age. C. V. Pavldson. Nebraska City, Neb. . ..s 31 Km ma McCaughan, Nebraska City, Neb.. 31 Henry Plumer, Dumfries. Ia 23 Ella Green, Council Bluffs 22 W. W. Bell, Omaha 22 Alberta M. Rountree, Omaha 18 James Harris, Council Bluff 24 Nellie Moore, Council Bluff 17 T-eroy B. Smith. Bojth Omaha 38 Macio Cannon, Omaha 21 DeWITT'S WITCH HAZEL SALVE, THE ORIOINAL A Well Known Cure for Piles. Cures obstlnata sores, chapped hands, ec tama, skin diseases. Makes burns and scalds painless. Wo could not Improve the quality if paid double the price. Tho best salve that experience can produce or that money can buy. Cures Piles Permanently ' DeWltt's is tha rl final and only pure and Genuine Witch Haze! Salve made. Look lor M name DeWITT en every bos. Alloihsrs lire counterfeit, rssraasosv ' X. C. DeWITT A CO., CHICAQO. LEWIS CUTLER MORTICIAN. J rl St . Council BlufTs. Phone 7 BLUFFS. REPORTS UN OFFICER ESTATE Oltarly Intohent Unksi Miniig Property Should Prove Valuable. ADMINISTRATOR NOT SANGUINE OF THIS Dividend of Another 3 Per tent to Creditor the Best that tan Be Secured from Other Proprrt J. J. J. Stewart, who was appointed ad ministrator of the estate of Thomas Officer, senior member of the defunct banking firm of Officer Pusey, In place of Charles Offi cer, baa filed a report covering tho period from the date of hi appointment to Oc tober 31. The report shows that on October 31 Administrator Stewart had on hand $11,920.01. and that all the real property belonging to the estate bas been sold, ex cept three Improved lota and three unim proved lot In thla city and a farm In Rock rounty, Nebraska, which I of uncertain value. The administrator reports that he ha made every effort to reduce thla real estate to cash, but up to date ha been unable to complete the sale. Once tbl Is done, he says, and the collection of a few minor notes effected, the estate can be closed up. with the exception of the mining in terests. Regarding the mining properties, Admin istrator Stewart, who went to Colorado and made a personal Investigation of them, says: "The property consist of the Bertha, Blake, Longfellow, Percy Chester, Golden Wonder, Pargolds, Percy Chester No. 2 and Mabel lodes, covering approximately twenty-two acres of ground. The value of this property I somewhat problematical. The property Is situated in Eagle county, on Eagle river, along the bank of which a railway track furnishes ready facilities for loading the ore. There being but one railroad company operating In that Tlclnlty and no competition, the matter of freight Is a proposition that Is controlled exclu sively by the railroad company and which bas much to do with the value of the ore, a alj of It must be shipped to the smelter over this line." Only of these mines ha been worked and this, the administrator says, appear to be Inactive at the present time. In concluding hi report Mr. Stewart says: "The value of the raining property I necessarily an lnteretlng and important feature In the affairs of this estate, a it I clearly Insolvent unless there I realized out ot thl property an amount that cannot at this time be safely prophesied." Since bla appointment Mr. Stewart has, under the order of court, paid a dividend of 5 per cent, and If the real estate now unsold can be disposed of, possibly he may have sufficient to pay another dividend ot the same amount. Enreka Fountain Pen, 10c. Cut this out and present it on or before Saturday, November 22 and you will bs en titled to one Eureka Fountain pen complete for 19c. Only one to a customer and pos tlvely none without this ad.' DeLong The Printer, 307 Broadway. N. Y. Plumbing Co., telephone 25. GETTING READY FOR DRUGGISTS . Loral Men Laying- Flu to Knter taln the State Association Next Sammer. The retail druggists of Council 'Bluffs, who will be called upon to entertain the Iowa State Pharmaceutical association next year in this city, effected a tempor ary organization last night at a meet ing In Mayor Morgan's office, with O.'H. Brown as chairman and George 8. Davis as secretary. An adjourned meeting will be held next Tuesday evening at the sam place when It Is hoped to effect a perma nent organization. At the meeting last night It was decided to fix July 9, 10 and 11 for the meeting ot the ststs association In this city next summer, these being the dates on which the annual meetings have been held for the previous two years. O. H. Brown was se lected to act as local secretary of the stats association for the purposes of the an nual meeting and O. S. Davis, J. I. Henry and J. Camp were appointed local members ot the committee on sports. They will act in conjunction with O. 0. Harlan ot Storm Lake and J. F. Kline of Sioux City. Those present favored holding the busi ness sessions of the stats association In Royal Arcanum hall and having the head quarters at the Grand hotel. The sports will undoubtedly be held at Lake Mawana. While nothing definite wa decided upon at last night's meeting plans for entertaining the visiting druggists were discussed and It is practically agreed upon that one of the features would bs a grand ball on one ot the three nights of the meeting. Plumbing and heating. Blxby ft Son. Davis sells glass. Elks Preparing; for Memorial. Hon. Henry Vollmer of Davenport. Ia., will deliver the principal address at th memorial exercises of the Council Bluff lodge of Elks to be held Sunday afternoon, December 7. Rev. George Edward Walk, rector of St. Paul's Episcopal church of this city, will also deliver an address. Th musical program, which I in the hand ot Clyde B. Altchlaon, has not been definitely arranged. There will be selections by a male quartet and two or three solos by vocalists of reputation. The committee in charge of the exercises is considering the advisability of holding them in the opera house and this will probably be dons sf suitable arrangements can be made with the manager of the house. Tonight, after the business meeting, the lodge will bold a social session, for which a splendid program has been arranged by the entertainment committee. Several ot the artist now appearing at the Orpheum in Omaha will be on the program in addi tion to local talent. The members cf the Omaha lodge have been Invited to be present and th festivities will commence at 9:30 o'clock, to be followed by a ban quet, which will be served in the base ment ot the clubhouse. Davis sells paint. Cravel roofing. A. H. Reld. (41 Broadway. snalih an laraly Prisoner. Lewie Smith, the negro awaiting trial tor the murder of Charles Edwards, an other negro, st Avooa last summer, who wa placed in the county Jail here for sate keeping, la proving a most trouble some prisoner. Jailer tlartln has on more than one occasion been forced to punish Smith by placing him on a bread sod water diet and by confining him la a soli tary celL Smith refuses to obey the prlsoa rule and has repeatedly tried to Incite the other prisoner to rebel against the rule of the Jail. Tuesday night Smith, after having been troublesome the entire day. rapped the climax by setting fire to his bed clothing, which was practically rendered worthless before Jailer Martin, assisted by other prisoners, succeeded lu extinguishing the flames. tine to Dor' Identity. Undertaker Lunkely Is Inveetlgatlng'an other clue which he' think may lead to discovering the Identity of the boy who died four weeks ago at St. Bernard's hos pital a few hour after being 'rought there from a grading camp on the Great West ern near Shelby. Yesterday a stranger, after looking at the corpse. Informed Mr. Lunkley that he believed the boy s name i wns Whitney snd that his relatives lived in Little Sioux, Is. He gave Mr. Lunkley the name of Alf Whitney as being possibly the father of the dead lad and Mr. Lunk ley has written to Little Sioux giving a complete description of the boy. At the time the boy was brought to the hospital. It waa said that his name was thought to be either Wltten or Whitney. Omaha tin me J off. The game scheduled for Saturday after noon at Lake Mawana between the Coun cil Bluff and Omaha high school has been called off by Omaha, much to the dis appointment of the Bluff boy who were expecting to retrieve their defeat of ear lier In the season. The Council Bluffs boy have secured a game with the high school at Creston and will go there Saturday. Manager Rutherford of the Dodge Light guards foot ball team is negotiating for a game Saturday afternoon with Morning side college of Stoux City, to be played at Manawa. Debater Select Side. At a meeting last evening of the team which will, represent the Council Bluff high school In the debate with the Sioux City high school next January It was de cided to take the negative lde of the question, the selection 'of sides being the privilege of the local team. The question to be debated Is "Resolved, That the United States is not Justified in retaining perma nent possession of the Philippine (elands. " The exact date for the debate, which will be held in this city, ha not been de cided upon. Llndt After III Money. Attorney John Lindt, who after several years of litigation secured possession of the brick building erected by the Scblltz Brewing company on the Pralor property on West Broadway and was given Judgment for $3,718.43 against John Llnder and R. A. Filter for rent ot the building during the pending of the litigation, yesterday attached a quantity of real estate belong ing to Linder to protect his claim. Real Estate Transfer. These transfers were Bled yesterday in the abstract, title and loan office ot J. W. Squire, 101 Pearl street: H. F. Pierce and wife to A. H. DlllfWi. lot U, block 30, Beers' sub, w d 600 George W. Llpe and wife to Cornelius Kaldson. lots 1 and 2. block 1. Bay- liss' 3d add, s w d Josephus C. Adklns and wife to Moses K. Sutton, w&H feet of lot 4, block 28, Kverett's add, w d Sheriff to Andrew J. and Jane Mc Karland, lot 13, block 73, Riddle's ub, a d Sheriff to Cedar Rapid Loan and 100 650 COO Trust company, receivers, ioi lo, block 28. Mullln sub, s d 426 Sheriff to Cedar Rapid Loan and Trust company, receivers, lot 10, block 3. Stutsman's 2d add, id 178 H. L. Englesperger to I. F. Chambers, e4 ne- ae4 29 and part nw4 swi 28-77-43, w d 2,250 C. J. Pierce and wife to C. D. Dlllin, lots 28 and 90, block 42, f erry aaa, C.1 D. "DiVlin'and"wVfe'Vo"caVlee Borner, lota 28 and 30, block 42, Ferry add, q c d 60 60 Nine transfer, aggregating $4,925 No Trace of Cashier. WATERLOO, Ia., Nov. 19. (Special.) No trace has been found ot Waldo Miller, the missing cashier for the Chicago Great Western road at this place. It Is the gen eral opinion now that he either committed suicide while temporarily insane or fell through the Fourth street bridge Into the river while going from his work. A check ing of his accounts finds them in correct condition and no cause can be assigned for his strange disappearance. Woman Accused of Aaaault. LA PORTE, Ia.. Nov. 19. (Special.) Mr. Ben Levell is under arrest on the charge ot attempting to murder Walter Jaggett. Mrs. Leveil's husband and Jag gett engaged In a fight and Levell was get ting worsted, when his wife came to the rescue with a hatchet. Jaggett, although chopped, will recover. Railroad Agent Meet. WEBSTER CITY, la., Nov. 19. (Special Telegram.) The Agents' association of the northwestern Iowa division of the North western railway 1 in session in this city this afternoon. The subject for discussion la "Accounts." President W. H. Pratt of Sioux Rapids Is presiding. Don't Luit a Meal Through dyspepsia and Indigestion. Take Electric Bitters. They cure stomach troubles or no psy. Only 50c. For tale by Kuhn A Co. ANNUAL SALE Greatest A. MILLION HAPPY AMERICAN CHILDREN are kept healthy with OAS0ARET3 Candy Cathartic. Good worde spoken by their mamas) for OASOARET3 to other mamas have made OASOARETS Buooeasful until the sale now ie nearly A MILLION BOXES A MONTH. Why do little folks like OASOARETS ? Because they are a sweet, palatable, fragrant little tablet taste g-ood do food never grip nor gripe, but act gently, naturally, positively. Medicine that a child dislikes will not do it much good. Sensible parents give their little darlings medicine that tastes good and does good, and does not grip nor gripe; the kind they like tLernselvea Children are always ready to take OASOARETS, THE PERT EOT HOME MEDICINE, ask for them and are kept healthy always) and safe against the dangers of childhood's ailments. Best for the Bowels. All druggists, 10o.25o.0Oa NEVER SOLD IN BULK. The genuine tablet stamped O O O. Guaranteed to cure or money back. Sample and booklet free. Address Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York. an SMASHES EMPTY COACHES Freight Train Crashes Into Bear of Pas enger on Great Western. CONNECTS GAMBLERS WITH THE MURDER Wealthy Man Convicted of Conspiracy Jumps Bond When Sonreme Court Affirms Sentence In His Caae. (From a Staff Correspondent.) DES MOINES, Nov. 19. (Special.) The Great Western passenger train from the south, which is due to arrive here this morning, was delayed two hours by an accident which happened at Benton In Ringgold county. The accident was fort unate In that It might easily have been much worse. The passenger train had four regular coaches and two empty coaches at the rear. It was standing at the station when a double-head freight train ran into the rear of the passenger at high speed. The two empty coaches were demolished, but ss they were not occupied no paasenger was Injured. The front englno of the freight train was ruined. The fireman, William A. Shaffer, was injured so badly thst he died soon afterwards. The engineer, C. C. Squire, was badly scalded and bruised, but will not die. Several ot the freight cars were injured in the smashup. The cause of the collision Is not known. City Administration Accused. The Levlch murder case turned strongly today in the direction of showing a con nection between the murder and the fact that the man killed had been most active In prosecuting the gamblers and compell ing tho city administration reluctantly to close up the gambling places of the city. At first the court refused to allow testi mony in regard to this matter, but later decided to admit it all as having a bearing on the case. Testimony was introduced Knowing that some of tho gamblers had protested to Finkelsteln that he was doing wrong in prosecuting them and that they threatened his life It he persisted. He had declared that he was not trying to Injure the gamblers, but that he wanted the city to get the money they were pay ing out for permission to run and not the city officials personally. A vast amount of testimony Is being introduced to show that Finkelsteln had been threatened and that he received letters telling him that he would be killed. Wealthy Convict Forfeits Bond. At a recent session of the supreme court the case of the State against Hubbell O. Soper ot Dixon, III., was affirmed. He had been convicted of conspiracy with others to secure money from various residents of Washington county to pay for county and township "rights" in a patent washing ma chine. It was found the machine was worthless and that the commendations and indorsement were fraudulent. Soper was wealthy and had furnished the money to carry on the business, which had been worked systematically In several counties. Other were indicted with him and a test was made, of his case. It is now learned that as soon as' he heard of the supreme court decision, which would compel him to serve two yeara in the penitentiary, be left his home in Illinois and all efforts to locate him have been futile. The case attracted a great deal of attention because of the prominence of all the parties concerned and because there was a close question a to whether it was a conspiracy case. Names a New Referee. Judge McPherson today named S. 8. Eth ridge ot Des Moines to be referee In the Gluckllch bankruptcy case at Perry, In place ot Halilgan, removed. This Is the case In which the court severely censured all who had a part In the case because of the delay and the disposition to make tees rather than to accomplish results. He ordered a special investigation to be made of the case and an Immediate report on whether or not further suits should be al lowed In connection with the bankruptcy proceedings. The patent infringement case ot the Mor rison Manufacturing company of Fort Mad taan against the Deere Plow company of Rock Island was decided in favor of the plaintiff by Judge McPherson. The defend ant company claimed that the device pat ented had been In use prior to the taking out of the patient, but Judge McPherson held the patent good. It Is a device to. bold the plow in the furrow. Boy Kill Gray Eagle. CRESTO.V, Ia.. Nov. 19. (Special.) Bert Roe killed a grey eagle just north of here yesterday that measured seven feet from tip to tip and whose legs were as big as a man's arm. The bird was only wounded at first and mado a desperate fight before it was killed. How it came so far from its native haunt is not known, but it 1 sup posed to have followed a flock of wild ducks or geese from the north. It will be mounted and kept as a curiosity. Light Term of Court. CRESTON, Ia., Nov. 19. (Special.) The October term ot district court, which was inthetVorld CANDY CATHARTI C - M'' oU . "Hv ' hihuf Sally LunnV azure eye sparkles and glistens As to 'Flap Jack'and 'Waffles she eagerly listens. The important message to housewives is that the best puddings are OME ) milk P27D postponed from October 5 on account ot a conflict In the date with the federal court, was convened here yesterday, with Judge Parrlsh on the bench. The docket Is a light one, with but two criminal cases. The day was taken up In assignments snd disposing of deiault cases. Four decrees of divorce were signed and the case of Teddy DeVoe, the 14-year-old boy robber, was bound over on the charge of assault and robbery, with a recommendation that he be sent to the reformatory, was heard snd decision reserved. It Is thought that the session will end this week. FREAK OF A DRUNKEN MAN Drink Quart Bottle of WhUky While Suspended Thirty Feet Above the Ground. CEDAR FALLS, Ia., Nov. 19. (Special.) Suspended from tho cable ot the Cedar Valley Telephone company, thirty feet above the brick pavement, with nothing but blue sky above and space below. Will Webb, a telephone lineman, deliberately went on a spree by drinking the greater part of the contents of a quart bottle of whisky yesterday evening Just before dusk. This is the first spree Webb has ever taken while In the employ of the telephone company and it Is the last, for he was fired on the spot. Manager E. M. Grotopp cf the telephone company risked his own life to rescue his drunken employe by using a swinging plat form such as Webb was seated on. Webb was fifty feet from any pole and thirty feet above the ground. By pulling his own car and that of Webb's Grotopp succeeded In getting the drunken man to the pole, where Bert Archer, manager of the Iowa telephone line; a lineman named Jones of the electric light company and Webb's son kept the man from falling while a rope was being secured with which to let him down. Webb's son was frantic with fright and when his father slipped from the cross beam and was only saved from falling to the ground by Bert Archer, who caught blm by one wrist, he could stand the strain no longer and left the scene. Webb was getting limp, fully overcome by the liquor, and bis rescuers resorted to heroic measures to stir up bis sensibili ties by trying to make him angry and suc ceeded so well that be jerked away from them and after several spasmodic move ments succeeded In getting down the pole. Only the excitement kept his brain in activity at all, as he fell In a drunken stupor when he reached the ground. Woman Evangelist snarensf ul. CRESTON. Ia., Nov. 19. (Special.) Mrs. Clara Hazelrlg, a woman evangelist from Topeka, Kan., is creating quite a re-i llglous excitement here. She la the first woman evangelist to hold meetings in Cres ton and her talks are instructive and Im pressive. She Is assisted by MIbs Graves, a singer and choir leader from the same place, and the audiences, which are nightly growing, tax the capacity ot the Christian church. Already thirteen have united with the church under her preaching and every night sees from one to six make confession. 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