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TIIE OMAHA PAILY BEE: MONDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1002.
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CURRENT
COUNCIL
VERDICT FOR BIG DAMAGES
Jury Awardi Petersoa Thirteen Thoniaad
Dollars of Motor Company Ca'h.
TEN FAVORED A MUCH LARGER AMOUNT
Fw Held Oat aad Ctnpronlit is
Reached After a I-arge Xaaber
I Ballot Had Bee
, Taken.
The district court Jury before which was
tried the personal Injury damage suit of
Chris Peterson against the Omaha & Coun
cil Bluff Railway and Bridge company,
brought In a sealed verdict yesterday aft
ernoon, which will be opened by Judge
Green on the convening of court this morn
ing. It Is said the verdict Is In favor of
the plaintiff, and awards him damage to the
amount of $13,000.
The Jury went out shortly before t o'clock
Saturday afternoon and It V said a Urge
cumber of ballots were taken before the
amount rf the verdict wss reached. It la
said lhat a majority of the Jurors were
In favor of giving Peterson the full sum
he sued for, Bamely 135,000, and that at 4
o'clock yesterday morning the ballot stood
10 to 2 in favor of this amount. The min
ority of two, it is ald. absolutely refused
to agree to any such verdict and that the
majority, rather than have another d la
agreement, finally compromised toy agreeing
to $11,000.
This was the second trial of the suit, on
the former trial the Jury falling to reach
a agreement. Peterson, who was a painter
by trade, lost hi right arm at the shoulder
and his left arm betwen the wrlat and el
bow, as the result of an accident on the
motor company's bridge, two years ago. As
a result . of hia Injuries he Is a helpless
,crlpple.
Catholic Fair a Bis; daepe.
The fit. Francis Xavler'e Catholic church
fair, which closed at midnight Saturday
after a week of almost unprecedented suc
cess, it Is estimated will add between $2,500
and $3,000 to the church treasury. One of
the most successful features of the fair
was the Irish village, the credit of which
was largely due to Attorney John M. Gal
vin, who was ably assisted by the mem
bers of the Ancient Order of Hibernians.
Little Gertrude Gallagher, a winsome young
miss. with auburn curls, was awarded the
diamond ring after a spirited contest, Mrs.
John Duff, as the moat popular youag
married woman, was awarded the fine en
amelled brass bedstead. Detective Tom
Callahan of the police force was the for
tunate recipient of a handsome book case
and a Valuable Jounge. Martin Daly, as
the most popular boy, was awarded a $5
gold piece. The beautiful doll, the envy
of all the little women who visited the fair,
wa awarded to Gertrude Bcheldle.
Bibles Kovr Ready.
Those who are entitled to the Bible, given
as a premium by The Bee, can get same by
calling at the Council Bluffs office. Kindly
.call as soon, as. possible.
. s
Aa tho Women's Class.
The regular reception of the Council
Bluffs Women's club will be held Friday
afternoon at the residence of Mrs. Swsn
aon on Park avenue. The members of the
current topics department will act as hos
Itesa. The weekly meeting of the Ideal club
will be held Tuesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Metcalf, when Mrs. N. C. Phillips
will act a leader.
The Oakland Avenue Reading club will
jneet Friday afternoon at the residence of
Sirs. C. M. Marls.
The Atlas club will hold Its next meeting
Tuesday afternoon, December , at the
home of Mrs. Jones.
The Woman's club will meet Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Dailey.
The New Century club will hold it reg
ular meeting Friday afternoon at the resi
dence of Mrs. J. B. Sweet on Mills street.
The next meeting of the Athenian club
will be held Tuesday afternoon. December
9, at the home of Mrs. Klrkland on Fif
teenth avenue.
The art department of the Council Bluffs
Woman's club will meet this evening at
the club rooms, with Miss Caroline I
Dodge, as chairman.
The literature department of the Coun
cil Bluffs Woman's club will ho!d Its reg
ular meeting Thursday afternoon at the
rlub rooms, with Mrs. F. A. Blxby, ss
chairman.
The postponed meeting of the household
economics department of the Ccunell Bluffs
Womsn's club will be held Wednesday at
the club rooms. Mrs. H. W. Haielton, will
act as chairman.
The next meeting of the Daughters of
the American revolution will be held Tues
day evening, December 1. when Mr. D.
W. Bushnell snd Mrs. Horace Everett, will
act as hostesses.
Gravel rooting. A. H. Rcld. 641 Brc -newsy.
House Sinberi Aro Wanting.
Mall carriers complain that half of the
bouses In Council Bluffs lack the atreet
numbers which should distinguish them.
and that for thla reason their work of de-
Ilverlng mall is increased and hindered
Postmaster Haielton. it Is said, will call
th attention of the city council at Its
meeting tonight to this matter and ask
that the ordluancs governing It be en
forced. Ths ordinance providing for th- number
ing of houses waa passed in ISS". but has
long sines become a dead letter. It pro
vides that when any house Is not prop
erly numbered or not numbered at all
It becomes the duty of the city engineer
to give such house Its correct number and
require ths earns to be placed on such
touae in a conspicuous position next to the
street.
Mall carrier assert that at least half
of the houses, especially those In the out
skirts, ar not numbered at all, and In
consequence their work of delivering mall
is greatly hindered. It is also a well known
fact that few of the streets in the city
have any sign to identify them. Some two
years ago a move was made in the city
council to secure street signs, but owing
to ths lack of funds at the time the mat
ter waa allowed to dl a natural death.
It la possible that the agitation to have
Jit houses numbered may result in also
kavtng th streets provided with signs.
Plumbing and heating. Bixby A Son.
Last Day of Crab gala.
Grab sal at Hansen A- Mark Jewelry
store. I0J South Main street, will continue
today a a number of packages were left
over from Friday and Saturday' sale.
LEWIS CUTLER
MORTICIAN.
OoimHt rivr.
H at
NEWS OF IOWA.
BLUFFS.
The gold watch la still to be drawn
and the diamond ring which was seemed
by Miss Carrie Event has been replaced
by an equally handsome ring with emerald
setting. This will be positively the last
day of the grab sale.
A Free lleatlaa- "tare.
Before you buy your coal see Wm. Welch
at 16 North Main street and he will ex
plain to you how you can get a fine Round
Oak heating stove, without costing you a
penny. 'Phone, 1!S.
N. T Plumbing Co., telephone 2" .
Wh.lra.lr Grocers (oivrnr.
The Iowa and Nebraska Wholesale Gro
cers' association will hold Its regular win
ter meeting at the Grand hotel Tuesday,
when It Is expected nearly 1000 members
from southwestern Iowa, Nebraska and
Missouri will be In attendance. The meet
ings of this association are always held
behind closed doors, and the matters dis
cussed and business transacted are kept
from the public as far as possible. It Is
said by local members of the organization
that Tuesday's meeting Is for the purpose
of discussing freight rates, but' It Is ru
mored that several matters of consider
able Importance to the trade are to come
up for action.
Bible Now Ready.
Those who are entitled to the Bible, given
as a premium by The Bee, can get ssme by
calling at the Council Bluffs office. Kindly
call as soon as possible.
Dsvia sells glass.
M1SOR MEVTIOS.
Davis sells drugs.
Stockert sells carpets and rugs.
Elegant new Xmas photos at Schmidt'.
Expert watch repairing, Leffert. i B'way
Mies Arkwrlght's china sale today, 604
Mynster street.
Beet clothesrark made only 25c at A. B.
Howe's, 310 Broadway.
Picture framing. C. E. Alexander & Co.,
$33 Broadway. Tel. 308.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Lee of Wil
liams street, a daughter.
Miss Nellie Teagiie Is some from a visit
with relatives In Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Keating of Columbus,
O., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Grout.
For rent, nicely furnished front room,
reasonable price. Inquire 30 North First
street.
The official board of the Broadway Mr t no
dint church will meet this evening at the
church.
Miss Baker's china sale December 1 to 6
at residence of M. W. Fleming, Hib Oakland
avenue.
Miss Lulu Mitchell of Onawa., la., is the
guest of Miss Ulga Smith of Oakland
avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Merrlam have as their
guests Miss Kink and Miss Haxel Noble of
Dixon. 111.
Wanted, at once, carrier with horse for
route on The Bee. Apply at the office, No,
10 Pearl street.
We are headquarters for gla-s of all
kinds. See us bejore you buy. C B. Paint,
011 and Glass Co.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Crandall are home
from their trip to Los Angeles and other
points In California.
Mr. and Mrs. G. R Wood of Macomb,
111., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
James on Avenue A.
Misses Cora and Nora Morrison and Miss
Pearl Maxfleld of Neola, la., are guests of
Mrs. William Maxfleld.
Mrs. P. M. McClelland of Brooks. Ia.. Is
BmltffoTolJndraV;nuri Elm" E .
Jewel court No. 2. Tribe of Ben Hur. will '
meet luesoay evening in tne new Maccauee
nan In the Brown building.
Almlta Bovsen. 14u6 Falcmount avenue.
was reported to the Board of Health yes
terday as suffering from diphtheria.
The trustees of Kane township will meet
In adjourned session this afternoon In Far
mers' hall in the county courthouse.
Mrs. F. Thornton and Miss Bessie McCoy
of Fatrbury, Neb., are visiting Miss Ger
trude Henshaw of South Seventh street.
The Board of County Supervisors will
meet In adjourned session this morning to
complete the business of the November
meeting.
Concordia lodge. Knights of Pythias, will
elect officers at the meeting Tuesday even
ing, when all members are requested to be
present.
D. J. Smith of Madison avenue, who has
been critically ill for several weeks, 1 now
improving and hopes are entertained of his
ultimate recovery.
William Lookablll complained to the
police yesterday that a number of his plas-
on Pk.venTewhehewas workup. colOTe B,ne" ,? tta Cleveland mines.
Mrs. J. D. Crockwell. 130 Fourth street. ! Two ePt. raids were made and quan
wlll entertain Tuesday afternoon the titles of goods recovered, the major por
Woman's Foreign Missionary and Ladle' iin. f wfcir-h hn Menttfled a foods
?hurc"hleUe" " lh" rottUwttr
Judee and Mr. A. M. Akin of hnokane.
Wash., who have been the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Robinson, left yesterday
for New Orleans, where they will visit be
fore returning to their home.
Having refurnished my gallery up-to-date
I offer this month (3 photos for Sl.sO and $4
photos tor X2.au per dosen. Have your
Christmas photos taken now. Stlgleman,
43 and 46 South Main street, upstair.
Commencing today the day detail of
police will be Officers Lorenxen, Hayes and
A. A. Kirk. These will comprise the night
detail: Officers Dlstman, Kue, Anderson
and J. W. Kirk. Officer Harding will act
as night plain clothes man. -Mr.
and Mr. Frank Elgan left Saturday
death of Harry li. Lusk, brother-in-law of
Mr. Kigali. Mr. Lusk wa editor of the
farson Daily Sun and hi wife was for
merly Mi i. A. Kuril of this city.
Herbert Hayden. a youth who refused to
take off his hat at the opera house Satur
day night and Is alleged to have used ob
scene language when requested to do so,
will have a hearing In police court this
morning on a chuige oi disturbing the
peace.
The Are department was called shortly
after noon yesterday to the residence of L.
P. Judoon at Sixth avenue. A flue
started to burn out and before It was got
ten under control more or less damage to
th furniture was caused by smoke and
water.
Dave Roach and L. C. Coffman were ar
rested at midnight Saturday, charged with
aisiurDing me jieace ana witn malicious
destruction of property. They are alleged
to have hurled a brick through the window
of a Broadway resort near the Northwest
ern depot.
Henry F. Hubbard, aged 4t. died last
evening at his home, 814 South Sixth atreet.
from neuralgia of the heart. His wife and
four children survive him. He was a switch
man in the employ of the Rock Island
railroad and waa a member of the Odd Fel
lows. Maccabees, Saitchmen's union and
Order of Railway Conductor.
The member of the Woman's Relief
corps and the Grand Army of the Republic
desire to thank the teachers and pupii of
the public schools for their liberal dona.
tton for the '1 hankegtving offering for the
poor. The tlonuilons enabled the women of
the corps to provide substantial meals for
a large number of needy families.
Mis Georgia Harpster of Omaha ren
dered two solos last evening at the Broad
way Methodist church, it belli her tlrst
appearance Ui Council Bluffs. The sacred
tbllli I. i . ii un in. d'iiiu.j ui int
month are made a feature at this church,
and the one last night sustained the hmn
standard which the choir has reached under
the direction of Dr. Clauds Lewi.
Charles Lelbold received word last even
ing that his mother. Mrs. Joseph Lelbold of
Nebraka City, had been seriously injured
In a runaway accident. She was thrown
out of the carriage In which she wa driv
ing, both legs and one arm were fractured
and she received other injuries On ac-
count of her advanced age it la doubtful If
.he will recover. kUt husband died about a
month ago.
Davis sells paint.
Bible Kew Uesdy.
Thoss who ar entitled to th Bible, gives
a a premium by The Bee, can get same by
calling at th Council Bluff office. Kindly
call as soon as possible.
SMALLPOX IS STAMPED OUT
Indians in Tama Coontj Ficallj Consent to
Abide by Herniations.
GOVERNOR" CUMMINS IS A BUSY MAN
Lara Coaaty Officers Discover a
Fence ana Lecate a Lare Amaaat
of tlea Good laebrlates
Han Away,
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES. Nov. $0. (Special.) The
State Board of Health Is In receipt of in
formation to the effect that the epidemic of
smallpox on the Indian lands In Tama
county among the Musquakie Indians was
completely crushed out and that by reason
of the unusual measures taken by the state,
In accordance with a resolution of the leg
islature, and a special appropriation ex
pended under direction of the president of
the state board, there has been no recur
rence of the smallpox among these Indiana.
There Is some fear that during the next
winter there may be another outbreak of
the epidemic among the Indians, but Inves
tigation has shown thst these Indians com
plied with the quarantine In every respect,
that they have cleaned up their lands and
teepees and are now In much better sani
tary condition than ever known before. The
records show that about one-tenth of the
Indians on the farm died of the smallpox
when it was prevailing, and this Included a
great many of the older members. Some
of the best known of the men perished.
There has always been an element of mal
contents among the Indians who are per
petual mlchlef-makers, and it is alleged
that as a result of the decimation of the
tribe this element has been materially al
tered and the Indians have much greater
respect for the state government than ever
before. There are a few damage cases still
pending In the federal courts Involving the
old trouble over the tribal school, but this
matter will be disposed of soon.
The State Board of Health yesterday re
ceived a report from Davenport showing
there had been seven cases of smallpox
there in the last month. One new case was
reported from Iowa City and one new case
from Grlnnell.
Governor at Stork Show.
Governor Cummins will attend the Inter
national Stock show In Chicago this week
and deliver an address. It is expected there
will be governors from many other states
present at the same time, but Governor
Cummins has, since coming into 'Office, man
lfested the greatest Interest In the live
stock and farming Industries of the coun
try. The governor Is to have quite a series
of speaking dates In the month. On Tues
day be delivers an address of welcome to
the state meeting of the implement dealers
In Des Moines. On Wednesday he Is at the
stock show In Chicago. .On Thursday he
speaks before a meeting or the Daughters
of the Revolution In Dubuque, and the even
ing of the same day is at a banquet at a
church In the ssme city. On Friday he will
preside at a 'possum supper In Des Mplnes
given by a colored man. On Saturday he
attends the state meeting of the traveling
men and welcome them. On Sunday he pre
sides at a Salvation Army meeting In Des
Moines and Introduces General -William
Booth. Next week he will attend the Na
tlonal Reciprocity league meeting Jn De
trolt. after which he will go to Washington.
About tne 16th he wlU Oliver the dedlca
tory address for the Drake free public li
brary at Centervllle.
Ko Cloe to Bask Roboory,
No new developments In the Arthur bank
robbery have manifested themselves since
the looting occurred last Wednesday morn
ing. The robbery, unquestionably, was com
mitted by expert bank cracksmen, .and they
have so completely covered up their trail
since they left Arthur that the earth must
have swallowed them. Sheriff McLeod of
Ida county has bad several clues-as the pos
sible Identity of the robbers, but after care
ful Investigation he was convinced that the
parties suspected were not the ones wanted.
Broke l a Fence.
Officers in Lucas county have the past
week succeeded In discovering and break-
lng up a fence for stolen goods among the
i stolen from a store In Slgourney early In
the month. The goods consists of silks
: clothing, furs, eta, and the amount filled
a wagon and made a load. Ths store was
broken into and the goods carted away
during the night, but until this raid was
made there was no clue to the perpetrator.
The raid resulted in the arrest of Zeke
Brown, William Salisbury and William
Boxdale, all colored, and they will be held
; for the robbery. Some articles were found
which had evidently been stolen from other
places than in Slgourney, and an effort
Is feeing made to locate the places whence
they came. There has been a vast amount
thievery among the towns In southern
Iowa and It is believed this discovery will
go far to prevent Its reoccurrence.
Escape front Hospital.
Several more escapes from the inebriate
hospital at Mount Pleasant were reported
to Governor Cummins yesterday by Super
intendent Applegate. Accompanying the
J report was a letter In which the super-
lntendent said the Inebriates were con
stantly complaining of their treatment
that In order to keep them satisfied It
was necessary to allow them a much lib
erty as possible and that when this course
ws. followed it was impossible to prevent
some from making breaks to escape.
Lost a Tataabla Grip.
H. L. Mecurn, a traveling auditor for th
McCormlrk Harvesting Machine company,
stopped at the Arlington hotel In New
Hampton and left hia grips, containing
valuable papers in the car of the landlord
while he attended to business around town.
When the omnibus called for passengers
going north about 5 p. m., th clerk sent
on of Mr. Mecurn' grip to th depot
thinking he was going away on that train.
Mr. Miller, the "bus driver, set It out onto
the platform, and that is th last anyone
knows about it. When the hotel people
found that Mr. Mecurn wa not going away,
they tried to get the grip returned, but it
cannot be found, and, apparently, has been
j stolen. The grip contained $4.60 of notes
due th McCormick Harveatlng company,
some 117.000 voucher or receipts from
banks scattered over the country, to the
asms company, wearing apparel, check
books, etc.
Became saeaenly lasaae.
AVOCA. Ia., Nov. 10. (Special.) I F.
Cross became violently lasaae last evening
! -nd threatened to kill hi. entire (,m,
i , ""iene to kill his entire family
ana men mm sen. sir. iross nas Deen un
able to attend to business for several
months, the first symptoms being that of
nervoua proatratlen and then his mind be
came Impaired somewhat. He never mani
fested a dangerous mood before. He be
ing a Modern Woodman, two of it members
! ar staying with him and ar taking all
j precautions. Th tnsan commissioners
I
have just completed their examination of
L. F. Cross' case and committed him to
the asylum at Clarinda. They will take him
on the t:15 train Monday morning.
Die from Gnnshot Weaaa.
IOWA CITT. Ia.. Nov. 0 (Special Tele
gram.) Charles Bowen. the 13-year-old
nephew of Assistant Postmaster William
Bowra. died today as the result of a shot
gun weund received while hunting yester
day. The contents of his shotgun entered
his leg at the knee. He was slone when
the accident happened and his cries drew
some girls to the cornfield where he fell.
He was unconscious when found. The
limb was amputated yesterday evening.
late Rests la Hector Case.
AVOCA. Ia.. Nov. SO. (Special.) In the
case of the! state against Carl Hector, for
the killing of Fred H. Jackson, which Is
now being tried, the state has rested, save
rebuttal, and it is thought the jury will
have It by Monday night.
Iowa State Sews Xetes.
Orlnnell Is endeavoring to vindicate Its
moral character by driving out the bowling
aney.
The Dps Moines poultry show wound un
In a glorious cockflRht, which some of the
exhibitors quietly planned and pulled off.
At Sioux City Carrie Nation astonished
the natives by Insisting nn paving her
hotel bill when the proprietor wanted to
give her free entertainment.
The matter of 25 cents sent John Skelly
to the penitentiary from Polk county, for If
the amount ne stole naa Keen on ijo tie
would have got off with a Jail sentence.
From all over Iowa come reports of the
difficulty of enforcing the new law against
truancy. One of the greatent oostaiier is
parental Indifference and often connivance
with the truants.
Davenport. Muscatine and other towns
are talking of establishing a police patrJ
of the Mississippi, whose heavily wooded
islands and shores have become a hiding
place for criminals.
A demented old soldier raised a commo
tion in Des Moines by announcing that he
had been appointed by the secretary of war
as a committee of one to kill his own wife
and proceeded to carry It out, but will not
get a chance until ne serves out nis term.
Krinxvllle is the one town In Iowa that
Is fighting against having a state Institu
tion. Thy Hoard of Control pro noses to
locate there an asylum for Inebriates, but
the people vigorously and unanimously op
pose the presence of whisky chronics, mor
phine nenos, etc.
H. G. McMillan of Cedar Rapids, Vnlted
States district attorney, will recover per
manently and not even he lamed Dy tne
rilschnrae of two loads of shot Into his
foot while huntlns some time aco. All the
surgeons insisted on immediate amputation,
but he absolutely refused to permit it.
TRUSTS IN CONGRESS
(Continued rrom First Page.)
ers, who deny that the omnibus hill ha
the strength Its friend claim for It.
Other matter which, in addition to th
appropriation bills, are to receive atten
tlon are trust legislation, the tariff and
Cuban reciprocity. It is possible that the
Cuban question may be postponed until
the pending commercial treaty Is transmit
ted, but there has not been any determi
nation on that point.
Few republican senstors admit the prob
ability of any change of the tariff law dur
ing the present session, but some bill
to modify present schedules may be intro
duced and reports made thereon. Some
ceaators speak of tariff commission as a
probability, but there are differences of
opinion as to the utility of such a body.
There is quite a unanimity of opinion
favorable to anti-trust legislation and this
opinion goes to the extent of predicting
result along the lines indicated by Attor-
ney General Knox, for the amendment of
the Sherman anti-trust law.
Differences of opinion as to the constitu
tionality of some of the proposed changes
hsve developed already. The commltte on
the Judiciary will attempt to reconcile these
difference and if It succeeds the present
indications are favorable to affirmative ac
tion by the senate. The democrat will
place no obstacle in the way of such leg
islation. There is so longer serious talk of con
stitutional amendment for th control of
trusts as it is recognised that In a short
session it would be Impossible to secure
action on such amendments.
The present week will barely witness the
beginning of three months' work. Tomor
row the usual committee of two senators
will be appointed to call on the president
and resolutions of regret for the death
of Senator McMillan of Michigan will
bring the day' session to a close a few
minutes after assembling. It Is possible
that the oath of office may be administered
to General Alger, Senator McMillan's suc
cessor, but even this ceremony may fcs
postponed for a day.
On Tuesday the president's message will
be read and beyond this no business will
be attempted that day. The sessions of
Wednesday and Thursday will also be brief
with an adjournment from Thursday until
the following Monday.
On Wednesday la accordance with the
agreement of last session. Senator Bever
idge will doubtless present a report from
the committee on territories and it will then
go over until December 10.
There will be, an effort to confirm some
of th numerous nominations expected to
be sent in at the first opportunity. Th
list of those In whose Interest this effort
will be made. Includes Oliver Wendell
Holmes, associate Justice of ths United
States supreme court.
A large number of bills will be intro
duced on Wednesday and Thursday and the
foundation laid for what all predict will be
a crowded session.
REPUBUCSTALK of health
Coavea la Washing-ton to Dlscass
laternatlsaal Rernlattoas
Aa-alast Disease.
WASHINGTON, Nov. SO. Th general
sanitary convention of American republics
will he held in this city during the pres
ent week.
The convention Is called in accordance
with resolution passed at th meeting of
the second International American confer
ence held in the City of Mexico last Jan
uary. Its object is to encourage friendly
co-operation between health organisations
of the several republics in the matter of
quarantine and sanitation.
With regard to quarantine th delibera
tion of- the convention will have in view
adequate protection against the introduc
tion of disease from one country to an
other, while making quarantine of ruch a
reasonable nature that It may be main
tained with aa little annoyance to persons
and hindrance to commerce a possible. The
deliberation of the convention will hav
in view such sanitation of seaports as will
cause epidemic diseases to disappear and
to make such diseases more manageable
In the event of their Introduction.
There will be reports from delegates of
each republic containing a summary of the
sanitary and quarantine laws, with an ac
count of the health organizations of the
republic; a descriptive account of the
quarantine stations and their management;
a review of the prevailing diseases, with
special reference to yellow fever, malarial
fever, plague, cholera, smallpox, typhus fe
ver, typhoid fever and tuberculosis, a con
sideration of the special danger to which
each republic Is subjected with reference
to Its proximity to neighboring republics
and. finally, such special sanitary work as
ia now in progress or may be proposed.
The discussion on quarantine will em
brace such topics aa international notifica
tion of epidemic diseases; th principle
of quarantine with reference to special
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body of this
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ment is a sweet veg
etable oil, which, as
every one knows, is a
good thing for the flesh,
muscles and joints.
Omega Oil contains no
turpentine or ammo
nia. It is like no other
liniment. It does not
ft
evaponttf- but a little of it does a big lot of good.
You may not believe in external treatment, but tou
will change your opinion after using Omega Oil. It
will be found to give full satisfaction in cases of
Rheumatism, Lumbago, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Gout,
Sore Throat, Cold in Chest, Difficult Breathing, Swol
len Tonsils, Asthma, Bronchitis, Quinsy, Bruises,
Strains, Sprains, Sore Feet, Weak Backs, Stiff Joints,
Toothache, Earache, Sore Muscles, Swellings and Inflammation.
Omega Oil Is good for everything a liniment ought to be good for.
diseases; principles and methods of in
spection; quarantine stations and appli
ances, and method and appliance for dis
infection. Under the head of "Sanitation of the
Seaports" there will be considered the
sanitary improvements of harbors, sewer
age, soil, drainage, paving, the elimina
tion of infection from buildings and the
sanitation of the dwellings, light, air,
water and prevention of overcrowding, and
special reports on the scientific Investiga
tion of communicable diseases.
The following republics have signified
their intention to send delegates: Guate
mala. Nicaragua, Chili. Salvador, Honduras,
Ecuador and the United Sutes. It is an
nounced that the Argentine Republic will
not participate in the conference.
Authority will be conferred on the dele
gates by the governments they represent
to conclude such sanitary agreements and
relations aa. In the Judgment of the con
vention, may be to the best Interests of
all the republics represented. Each repub
lic will have one vote. The convention is
empowered to provide for the holding of
subsequent sanitary conferencea and a per
manent executive board of not less than
five members will be created, to be known
as the "International Sanitary bureau,"
with headquarters here.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Rain Teday ta Iowa and Part ef Se-
braaka, bat Fair Tomorrow,
Is Predicted.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 80. Forecast:
For Nebraska Fair in west, rain in east
portion Monday; Tuesday, fair.
For Iowa Rain and warmer Monday;
Tuesday, fair.
For Illinois Fair and warmer Monday;
followed by rain Monday night and Tues
day; brisk south winds.
For North and South Dakota Fair and
cooler Monday; Tuesday, fair and warmer.
For Kansas and Missouri Fair and
warmer Monday; Tueaday, fair.
For Montana Rain, Monday and Tuesday
in west portion; fair in east.
For Wyoming and Colorado Fair, Mon
day, Tuesday, snow and colder.
Local Reeersl.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, Nov. 30. Official record of tem
perature ana precipitation compared witn
the corresponding day of the last three
years:
1902. 1901. 190ft. 1899.
4S 63 47 50
41 81 S3
37 62 S9 41
.00 .00 .00 .26
Maximum temperature
Minimum temperature
Mean temperature ....
Precipitation
Record of temperature and precipitation
at Omaha for Ibis day and since March 1,
IK 12:
Normal temperature 30
Excess for toe day T
Total excess since March 1 &3
Normal precipitation 03 Inch
Deficiency for the day 03 inch
Total rainfall sine March 1 26.ii.! inches
Deficiency since March 1 2.28 inches
Deficiency for cor. period, 1901... i.K Inches
Excess for the cor. period, liwO. . .55 Inch
Hert fress Stallens at 7 P. M.
Hi
CONDITION OF THE
WEATHER.
: 3
s . : n
: 3
Omaha, clear ,
Valentine, clear
North Platte, partly cloudy..
Cheyenne, clear
gait Lake City, cloudy
Kapld Vity partly cloudy....
Huron, partly cloudy
Wllluton, cloudy
Chicago, clear
St. Louis, clesr
81. Paul, clear
Davenport, clear
Kunaaa City, clear
Havre, cloudy
Helena cloudy
Bismarck, cloudy
Galveston, partly cloudy ....
40! 4h .00
S6 46 .10
fri; .on
4j .0U
3b .00
4o' .00
4:' .
3k .00
4i' .U0
4M' .(m
' .00
241
41
at;
44, .Oil
4 . uu
4-" .
'. T
31
Soi at;!
M, 64 .23
T Indicates trace of precipitation.
L. A. WELSH.
forecast UUlclaL
One Way Colonist Excursions
at Half Rate Plus S2
t " .
December 2d and 16th to many
points in Kansas, Oklahoma and Indian Territories, New
Mexico, Texas, Colorado, Arkansas and Lonieiana.
The Bee Want Ads Produce Results
OR.
McGREW
SPECIALIST
Treats all (a
BISLASES AND
DISORDERS Of
MEN ONLY
tJ Tears Bxpertsaoa,
17 Tsars In Omaha.
His remarkaW sue.
cess has never besa
equaled and evei y day brings many flatter,
lng reports of ths good bs Is doing, or Lbs
reiisf bs has given.
Hot Springs Treatment for Syphilis
And all Blood Poisons. NO "BREAKING
OUT" on the skin or fac and all external
signs of ths dlssase disappear at onos.
BLOOD DISEASE TZZZ&SZS
VARICOCELE UiXtJXZYlXM?
1 1 oases cured .1 nary
IU us dsblUl, lass sf
t.Miui;, y uiu OiSCAaxgea, Binoiuxe,
0-cL, Kiauey and Biaassr 1lsseses, My
axocsis. QUICK CCP-IiS LOW CHARGES.
Trssiiueut by uiaii. P. O. Uu . Office
Lvr us a. I4ia iiuni, bstwssa s'arnam axis
rduasa .ussu. OMsHa, HJLB.
!r. Lyon's
PERFECT
Tooth Powder
AN ELEGANT TOILET LUXURY.
Used by people of refinement
for over a Quarter of a century
! W 1 1ft" vk aanssoicsir curs
I sj s am Ncrrifiu&d .i rcuiuuf ium,
' LVj IV b1 flllns uiBluut. dr.iul. low 4.
, 111 asaw A li Married air.o ma men lntenaiiif
1 to iurrj iiouid iijlm bos; aunliiibs rutu;
. iiuiil pari sntl )'.'' svncr rcu-xta. Sliuat
Sherman McConnell Drug Co., Omaha.
Wtea Wrtthi to AvtrertUers
klvtyi fteatrtti The Bee
One night l went to bed with
the most frightful pain in 'my
shoulder, extending down my
back and chest. I rubbed my
self with Omega Oil for ten
minutes, and in a short time
the pain had disappeared.
Mortimer L. Williams,
471 Tenth St, Brooklyn, N, Y.
116
Ticket Office
1323 Farnaiti
Omaha, Neb.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL
EXCURSIONS.
l-Jselronvllle, Fla.
1 Thomisvllle. Ha.,
1 New Orleans, La.
1 Vlcksburg, Miss...
Hammond, La.....
1 uayiona, Fla M.10
1-Tampa. Fla 65.30
1 Palm Beach. Fla 71 to
1 Havana, Cuba 104.TO
1 Jackaon, Mini... M.U
1 St. Augustine, Fla to 40
1 Mt. Clements, Mich.. 134.10
2 rench Lick Springs, lod M M
1-Chlcago. IU S14.7!
ABOVE RATES ARE FOR ROUS!)
TRIP TICKETS FROM
i OMAHA. NEB.
Column (1) Ticket on sale daily;
return ami l Juus L Uiui.
Column U iickels on sals dally;
return limit K) aa-
Column u Ticaets on sals Nov. to,
Dec. i and . ; return liuut Lute
hound trip ticaeis uu sals to nearly
all points .n tlia ouxn auuM JiUeask
aiopu'era allowed fcvUi suji tuil ra
lurmng. .. . t -
Attention is called to the "Dig!.
Fler, ' s through train wis Natbvuiu.
Chattanooga, Lookout kluuuuin, At
lanta and atcou, 10 Jacasonviiie. Fla
Homeseeker licaeta, at rat ol on
fare, plus wv, on -ie tirst and third
Xueaday ul each month, u points Hi
Tcnnesaes, Kentucky, - Mifca.aaippi,
Loulaiana, Georgia. Alabama, tc.
Coriepondrnc invited a.iu informa
tion cbeerluliy given. Uet copy ot our
beautllul Illustrated booklet, covering
doidIs ft Interest In lbs bunny boju,
1402 Farnam at., uuiana. Neb., or
!- W. M. URII I
wni - - -
L-ist. Pass. Act., l)i Cent K.
Omaha, Neb.

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