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TITE OMATiA" DAILY REE: RATUKDAY, UCl'OUEIC in, 1903.
T NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA. COUNCIL MIXCn MKNTIOJl. Davis sella a run". Btockert aells cigars. look out for T. B. D. A store for men "Mr-no's." Expert watch repairing. Leffert, V B'y. Celebrated Mats beer un tap. Neuratyer. Diamond betrothal rings at Leffert's, Broadway. ' 14-K and UK wedding rings at Iveffert's, 4C Broadway. Mm. J. J. fcarrett haa gone to vlait frtenda 'In Keramerer, Wyo. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hughe, 734 Madison avenue, Thursday, a aon. Iast day of 2i) per rent ulscmint on pic ture mouldings. A.cxan-.iT', o&I Mroadway. The Democratic lampa.gn Club wll! meet thin evening la Maccai.ee nail In the tfrown building. Mm. Mahlnn M. Head of Jeff. ron, la., in visiting her parents, Mr. arm Mra. X. C. Bon ham, ot North Becnj atrcei. Mr. and Mra. Wllllum Dumpny of Seattle, AVaih., are gupsts ut tne inmlly of Wil liam i'owora ot Houth Seventh aireet. A case of acarlet fever In the family of George H. Ciable, 61 eighth avenue, haa been reported 10 the licaru ot Heaitn. - For rent, office room, ground floor; on of the moat central location In the busi ness portion of the city. Appiy to Tnt ttea office, city. Mra. W. F. Graft and daughter, formerly or Council HluITa, now or Coifax, la., are gueata at the home of U. 11. Brown on Mynater street. We contract to keep public and private houses free from roaches by Ilia year. In aect Exterminator Munuiaciuring company. Council illufLs, la. Teiepnone t -KM. Hev. O. V. Snyder, pastor of Si. John's English IiUtlie.au cnurch, will preach Hun day alleinoon ut j n cmcli ai trie Union churcn, Thuty-flith street anu Broadway. Private funerul service over the la e Franklin loper w.li oe held tnia af.ernoun at l.unkley'a unuertaklng room, following which the body will ue taken tu bperry, ia., fur burial. Some unscrupulous thief stole ihinmM frnm ih. i'hrlil.n n..m. .,mUM i 1.U 41 The shingles were being used In the cuii- j structlou or an adolilon to the Cm lsi;an I -Vr.rr 60 for the apprehen.-ion of the tmen i The funeral of Miss Veron ca Mun.o was ! held yesteruay morning from bt. Francis j. i girur soaanty met in a booy at tne rest- 1 Uence and acted as an escort to the churcn, vi too young women oeing nower Dear era. Interment waa in Bt. Joseph's cem etery. C. 8. Bmdley and K. . 8. Master, young tnen from Gravity. Ia.. had a narrow osnitu. Wn.."d'-PyhyV,l.,h.? U'hee, 'f!, ! turned the gaa on In the usual manner, but when found Thursday morning at 7.3u o clock both were unconscious and were only resuscitated afier several hours of hard work. They were able to return home Ree1- This has made O'Nell's friends In Thursday night. j dlgnant, the more especially as It is said .!.' i Tlbb'.'." ha" "Pp",nted number 1 that the greater part of the democrat!.; sonTwV'etn fund cam. from the pocket of Hallowe'en by the des. run. Inn nf limit irtv the veteran candidate for sheriff That 2ndhnro'ilen!lJCeif .'heV" b1 "ited . ' ' ' diiu.i aimil " I M II U III - Der or arrests of young people. Chief Tib-i bits yesterday hau three of the rooms on the second floor of the Jail cleaned and rsT r"dy for th ""P'lon of law break- N. T. Plumbing Co., Tel. 360. Night, FKJ, LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER All Wko Fall Will Be Inable Cast Ballot on Flection .Day. Today Is the last day of registration for the election next Tuesdsy. The reg istrars will be In session In the several precincts of the city from 8 a. m. to I P. m. Any voter who Is required to reg. later today and falls to do so will be un abl to cast his ballot next Tuesday. All persons who did not vote at the last general election or who have since then moved from the precinct In which they voted last November must register. Only those per sons who were out of the city on the three regular days of registration will be per mltted to register on election day. The registration booths In the different precincts of the city are located as fol lows: tJeUHisV"?-,; I1 Pr'nct-Jennlngs' barn. 216 East Broadway. First Ward. Second Precinct Seely Lne s marble shop. 17 East Broadway. Second Ward, hirst Preclnct-Clty hall. Bryant street. Second Ward. Second Preelnet-Btore of F. H. Morgan, 7 West Broadway. Third Ward. First Precinct-Chicago house, IX South Main street. Third Ward, Second Precinct Barber shop of K. V. Taylor, fc!l South Mall) street. Fourth Ward. First Precinct-Farmers' hall in court house. Fourth Ward. Second Precinct Kelly house. 1213 South Main street. Urth ward. First Precinct County build ing, corner Fifth avenue and Twelfth street. Fifth Ward. Second Precinct County building. 1611 South Thirteenth Htreet. Sixth Ward. First Precinct County build ing, corner Avenue H and Twenty-fourth street. Sixth Ward. Second Precinct Residence of C. O. Hamilton on Locust street near Fifth street. " 1 - Plumbing and heating Slxby Son. Real Estate Transfers. These transfera were nied yesterday in i rge-t lnptriel and T rai'rosd estnhtlsh the abstract, title and leun office of Squire 1 ment. l- the west asks Senstnrs Allison V Annls, 101 Pearl street: lnnd Dolliver snd Representative Smith to Warv L. Fverett to riirl.t fi ..r I ""rt "prronrlntlnn In tb rnmln con ary i r.ereii in nrist U. Peter r--- mini.ni in .n t. i... son, lot , block , Mynster sdd.. w. d. $ 750 ' Oeorge C. Itogers snd wife to, J. Cupp, lot 3. block '7, Neola, Exc Ry.. i. c. d l Fannie Hvttarty and huvlumd to Delia Dtvlca, purt out-lot 12, Neola. w. d.. COO Iowa TownmtH company to Kullerton Lumber company, lots 1 to , block 4. Bentley, w. d 7C0 Bun'-e to same, lots 1, 2. 8 and 4, block X, McClelland, w. d &0 D. M. Henderson and wife to C. F. Miller, sw1 nw'i :ic' 'JS-?r-44. w. d... 400 Goorge W. Hewitt t.nd wife lo Mrs. ' I Mary E. Palmer, part lot 2. In suh div. of r.V we.. neV 2&-7S-44; lot 8. ! block 12; lot -0, Mock , lot 1. block 30, i.nd lot 16. block 4.'. Ferry add,. 4. c d 1 8even transfers total $3,011 3E "TP" t& at SPECIAL CASH MEAT SALE FOR TODAY Roast Beef, per pound Fiv poujids good steak, for Round steak. threit pounds Birioin s.rak. thrvu pounds PorlerhoiliM aleak, thre-o pound Rib rout, per pound Boll brf. per pound Corr. lf. pr pound Hairs, per pound ... 5 2 DC 25c 5c 34c ... 3c 6,c Bulk Oysters, per quart 'Phone us your order and we will collect on delivery. We appreciate your trade and will try at all times to please you. The Orvis Market TEL. 4(J. M7 H ROADWAY, COUNCIL BLUFF BLUFFS. PLAYS FOR LODGE SUPPORT Bnoki Heed Seeks to Drag; Fraternal Order Into Politic CAUSES RESENTMENT AMONG MEMBERS Reported Plan to Trade Of Caadldate for Sheriff on tmi Ticket Alao earning: Trouble for Aspirant for Treasarershlp. Brooks Reed, the democratic candidate for county treasurer, la attempting to draw a . fraternal .organisation to which . he Je-. longa into party politics, and this many of the members resent. Yesterday mem bers of the local aerie of Eagles received circular letters from Mr. Read asking their support. The letters are headed in big black type, "Let an Eagle Be Tour County Treasurer," and In the body Candidate Reed calls attention to the fact that he Is a member of the order and for this reason solicits the support of the party to whom the circular Is addressed. A large number of the members, of the aerie object to Mr. Reed's attempt to In ject the' order, which Is purely a fraternal organisation. Into local politics, the more especially as Its membership is drawn from both the republican and democratic par ties. Candidate Reed is also a member of j the Council Bluffs lodge of Elks, but up to data he has made no attempt to. use his I membership in that order to boost his candidacy for the county treasuryshlp by . . ... .... ' n'" letters to tne members hedging -their support. Reed's friends are greatly dismayed at the course he has ' matter, fearing that his attempt to drag the Eagles' lodge Into poll- t'cs will act as a boomerang, From reliable sources it was learned rtd.y that all Is not harmony In the iocbi democratic ranks, as is wen known Chairman Miller of the democratic county central committee and his lieutenants are centering all their efforts to land the county treasuryshlp. Up to a ( few days ago it was supposed that they 'were also - " what they could to further J. mmy O'Nell's candidacy for sheriff, but the re port got abroad yesterday that the leaders were trading O'Neil wherever possible for this trading was being done by the leaders 1 nr th- ln.nl .1 . . ., , . "",ut:,K' energetically denld yesterday, but despite the denials' there are a number of O'Nell's friends who believe It and are on the warpath. . 'i Gennlne Oil Palntlngts 10c. Hard to believe, but true; oil paintings complete with frames, 19c, on sale today at DeLong's. 307 Broadway.' OUT FOR RIVER IMPROVEMENT West End Improvement" CInb' Desires Levee Extended booth to Inlon PaclBe Bridge. The West End Improvement lub is set ting a pace for the test of the city and has already accomplished considerable good. It has succeeded in securing additional mall delivery facilities and has obtained a promise from the street railway company to place a waiting car at Thirty-fourth street and Avenue A. The waiting car which the company proposes to place there is the one now used at Fortieth and Far nam streets, Omaha. This waiting car will provs a much needed accommodation for residents of the western part of the city during the winter months. The club has pppolnted a committee to confer with the Board of Park commission ers relative to the latter, taking steps to secure the timber belt facing the east bank of the Missouri river from the I'nlon Pacific bridge to the point where the river makes a bend to the north, for public park pur poses. The club Is now agitating the matter ef the Improvement of the river bank between the Terminal and I'nlon Pacific bridges and has forwarded a copy of the following resolutions to Senators Allison, Dolliver snd Congressman Smith : Whereas. The I'nlted StMes Government eonol rf the nnvlhle rivers of he rountrv. the Missouri viev states hav !" ro r-"rsntatlon en th committee on rivers snd htrhor of th house of repre sentatives. It I th intv of the govern, fent to nrotet the li sml property along th harks of the. r-vi.ble streams. Where" Hr-tne Dnlllver la n mn,h. I ft tbi 1 'lilted P'ts snst committee on i the Mi.-.i.Mnnt river snd its trlhntnrles. ard as Sentor Allison Is rhalrmsn of the senate I committee nn at'pfnnrlntlon i Resolved. Tbt this clnh. representing the I !rret sra nt Council Bluffs, containing M t,olt h. it i-en'rai rrio-e. sround the south and e-i.t ib-"k of the Missouri -vr to the T'nlon Pa 1 clflr railroad tracks nn the mith Bsalness t'olleare Hrholarshlp. I have a sclclariiiln In business ml-le-re which I will furnish a boy or girl who is willing to do a little work. Ad-dre-s F, rare Bee ofllc, Council Bluffs. . Gajoliae Steve Cansea Blase. Tli" five-room frame cMtsf owned snd M-cup'ed hy John C". Clemenlsen at irit po-ith Sixth street; was (Vstroyed hy Are ' yesterday noon. The hlis originated from the overflowing of n cisoltne stovo. - - .nl i P.ucon, i per pound Spare ribs. per pound Pork t hops. per pound Mutton stew. per pound..... Mutton roust, pt-r pound ...12,0 10c .15c 5c 8c-12c ....10c .. . 13c Best lard, per pound lrcsd spring chicken, per pound Goo." butter. per pound Ftesh eggs, per down 20c 20c .35c There are no fire hydrants In the vicinity and the "Fire department was unable to do anything except- assist In saving as much of the furniture as possible. The chemical engine from No. 8 hose house stuck in the mud on Fourth street while going to the Are and was unable to render any assistance. The house, "which was Insured for $W0, was a total loss. The furniture, which was partly saved, was Insured for $400. GOOD TIMES, ARE EXPENSIVE Visitor to and City Takes a Hack Is How Minns His' .Cash, Ride W. W. Btltt, a barber from Imogene, Ta., Is mourning the loss of $35 in cash and a gold watch and chain as the result of a drive ha took after midnight Thursday in a hack with two strangers. Fred Jones, cook In a Broadway restaurant; O. Walker, employed In a local bottling works, and J. M. Kennedy, driver 'of the hack, are under arrest at the city Jail charged with rob bing Btltt. 'Their hearing has been set for this morning In police court.. Btltt was seeing the sights of Council Bluffs by lamplight and formed the ac quaintance of Walker and Jones In a Broadway' saloon. Having money to spend Stltt treated his new found friends to sev eral rounds of drinks, and they in turn, according to Btlttls story, took care not to let him out of their sight Shortly after midnight Stltt told of his desire to go to Omaha, and . was Informed that the last car had gone across the river. Then he said he would go to a hotel and get a bed. Walker and Jones, so Stltt claims, told him that was not necessary as he could get a hack which would, take him across the river. Kennedy's hack was brought to the saloon by one of the men and Btltt hustled In. The effect of the many drinks he had taken was beginning to work Upon him and he thinks he went to sleep soon after the hack started. Anyhow, when the hack reached Sixteenth street and Broadway Stltt says he was awakened by the hack driver and asked to pay before he was driven any further. Stitt then discovered that he had been robbed, but when he ac cused his. companions of It they turned him out of the hack and left him to walk back. Reaching a restaurant near Sixth street on Broadway Btltt turned In to get a lunch, and while eating It Walker and J Jones happened in. Captain Maltby of the police force was in the restaurant at the time and Stltt pointed out the two young men to him. They started to run, ' but Captain Maltby soon overhauled them. When searched at the city Jail Jones was found In possession of a knife and bunch of (keys which Stitt claimed as his prop erty. : No money except a few cents was found on either of the men. Kennedy, the hackdilver, was arrested a few hours later, The watch and chain were found by the police In the entryway to Orvls' meat mar- ket, a few doors from the restaurant where Jones and Walker were arrested. It was placed there by Walker whrn ho and Jones tried to make, a get-away from Captain Maltby. Jones informed the police where the watch was to be found. While the prisoners admit taking Stltt's watch and chain, they deny getting any money. Kennedy, the hackman, disclaims any con nection with the robber' whatsoever ex cept his hack was hired by the party. Walker succeeded In giving ball last night for his appearance In police court, this morning. Park Board Reports City Clerk Phillips completed yesterday the report of the Board of Park Commis sioners for the fiscal year ending October 81. The report shows the expenditure on the different parks, which includes the sal aries of the park policemen, as follows: Fairmount park, $2,69S.ltS; Buyllss park, 1706.90; Cochran park,' W10.08; Lakeview park, $228.75. The litigation over Lakeview, or Big Lake, park Instituted by George Wright and George Mayne In the district court cost the board $536.48, while miscel laneous expenses amounted to $308.71. The three comftilysloncrs drew $1,460-. as salary. The fiscal year ends with a balance of $1,474.61 in the treasury, as against $021.88 last year. Framed OH I'nlntlnas 10c. Genuine hand-made oil paintings, with frame, complete, size 12x15, on sale today at DeLong's, 19 cents each while they last. Harvey DeLong, printer and sta tioner, 807 Broudway. UNIDENTIFIED JBODY FOUND While Dynamiting; River for that of Girl Man Comes to the SnrfnrV, DES MOINES, la.. Oct. 30.-While dynamiting the river for the body of Miss Lilly Cole, who committed suicide by Jumping from Walnut street bridge last Tuesday, the police not only brough up the body of the girl, but that of an un identified man. There was nothing on the body by which It could be Identified and tho re mains were so badly decomposed recog nition was lmpoxelble. The skull wis crushed and the police believe the body mnv t Ihst nf a wealthy stockman named . ' . .i . .i.i. -i... Jones, who disappeared in this city some time ago and who was thought to have been murdered for his money BONES FOUND IN HAY STACK Coroner to Hold Inquest Over Charred Itetunlns of Prominent Mnn. DrBl."gi;F.. Is.. Oct. 30. The charred bones of Justus Harwlg. a prominent cttl- sen of Dubuque, were found in the axlie of a haystack near Volga City loduy. A coroner's Inquest brought to light the fact that the skull had been fractured, and it Is believed the min has been murdered. Labor I'nlon (Ironi. CRKSTON. Ia.. Oct. SO.-(Speclal ) Labor union No. 83 held its regular weekly meet ing last night. As winter approaches and the prospect of work becoming scarcer approaches, the membership of the unions begin to Increase and last night seven new members were taken in. The election of officers waa also held and resulted as follows: President. Karnest Russell; tlce president. Henry Conrad; corresponding secretary, Robert Downey; treasurer, Beit Wilson. There Is now nine labor unions In Creston and sll are strong snd pros pering. Consnlt tho Werld-Fnmaos PALUIST, CLAIRVOYANT AND ADVISER PROF. KIRO SOS Fonrth Street, Connell Blasts, la. 1 (for Fourth St. and Willow Ave.) 3trc'' 'va'e erri contiil" II LEWIS CUTLER MORTICIAN. Wt Peart St, Ooill aqua's. 'Phono R. D0LL1VER DRAWS' A CROWD And t:rinm at Sea MoIdm it Tilled by People Who Des're to Bear tat Senator. FAVORS THEM WITH A STRONG ADDRESS Tronbies Orer New Superior Conrt at Oelrreln Likely to Lead to Its Abolition at Coming; Ses sion of Legislators. (From a Staff Correspondent) DES MOINES, Oct 80. (Special.) Sen ator J. Dolllver addressed a monster political meeting In- this city this evening, there being all In the Auditorium that could be seated. The audience included many . women. . Thomas . A. .Cheshire, ex state senator, presided at the meeting and introduced Mr. Dolllver. The latter dis cussed national issues and chiefly the tariff question. On this he presented the view of the tariff as stated In the Iowa and national platforms and made an earn est plea' for reciprocity and protection. He discussed the tariff schedules In all their phases and painted a glowing picture of the progress of the country under protection. Mr. Dolliver has seldom delivered political addresses in Des Moines and for this rea son he was followed closely. He predicted that the republican majority in this state would be as large as usual and scouted the democratic pretensions that there is any disaffection in Iowa making for a re duction of the republican majority. Iowa Soldier Dead. One Iowa soldier, Ora L. Dunn, is among the Philippine dead on the transport Sum ner, which is to arrive in New York from the Philippines in a few days. Dunn was a member of Company I, Eighth Infantry, and was killed February 25. 1902. His body will be sent to bis father, William C. Dunn, of Adel, Iowa. Itoudniaster Resigns. E.- II. Barrett, roadmaster for the Mil waukee railroad, with headquarters at Jefferson, on the line from Des Moines to Fonda, has resigned his position. He was with the road before It was absorbed by the Milwaukee system and was one of the men in service longest in the state. Mr, Barrett has accepted a position with a big construction company, with headquarters ut Mendota, '111., and will leave for that place soon. New Trains Probable. New trains are assured on two roads leaving Des Moines. The Rock Island, which recently got Into trouble by taking off alt the passenger trains on the Oowrle Sibley line and then replaced one passen ger train, will soon put on a new train to run through from Des Moines to Bloux Falls, S. D., over this line, the first train of that kind put on by the company. The Iowa Falls road will soon put on a new passenger train to connect at Iowa Falls with the Chicago trains of the Illinois Central and this will virtually make one more train for Des Moines people to Chi cago. Will Abolish a Conrt. It is learned that as a result of quarrels among the lawyers and factional troubles at Oelweln the superior court established there by the last legislature Is likely to be discontinued, and the expense of the court be saved to the people. The court was es tablished by special act of the legislature, hut those who were Instrumental in secur ing the court were disappointed In that one whom they opposed was appointed as the first judge. A boycott followed and the court has been in discredit. Now there are three candidates nominated for the position of Judge and several petitions are In circu lation for abolishing the court. Threats are made by all parties that if they do not win at the polls they- will ask the legisla ture to end the court. Owing to the ex pense of the court and the unfortunate cir cumstances surrounding It the court will probably be abolished. Woman Will Go Free. Tho supreme court today practically gave freedom to Mrs. L. K. Llnhoff of Mason City, convicted of manslaughter and Ben j tent ed to two years in the penitentiary. Her husband was attacked by Edward Bmmley and a fight ensued in the Llnhoff yard. Bromley threatened the life of Lln hoff with a big knife and Mrs. Llnhoff ap peared on the scene with a revolver and'dls patched Bromley. The court held that the fatal shot was fired at a time when Llnhoff was In Imminent danger and before Brom ley had commenced to retreat. This gives her a new trial and under the ruling she will hardly be convicted of so grave an of fense again. " The court decisions today were: L. H. Pratt against Flshwald A Williams, pppeilxnts: Jones county. Judre Remlev: f. firmed : opinion by Bishop. f....,A.n . .1.. , I.' I , I n .'.irninii. r nuu Din u u- i.omnnny against J. N. Relmers. appellant; Scott county, Judgo Bollinger; affirmed by the court. L. a. Kurtz against J. P. Curtis, appel lant: Sac county. Judge Church; affirmed by the court. Charles R. Chnse. appellant, against C. H. Stearns: Polk county. Judge McHenry; af firmed by the court. John Barclay against Wilson Abraham 'appellant: Bonne county, Judge Whitaker; 'affirmed by I.ndd. State against L. K. Llnhoff. appellant Cerro Gordo county. Judge Smith; reversed by Deemer. Kiigene Russ. appellant, against American Cereal Cnmnany; I.inn county. Judge P.em ley: affirmed by the court. Benjamin Mathes against P. D. Bell, ap pellant; IJnn county. Judge Thompson; re versed by the court. HOLLAND ISMUCH BETTER Salvation Army Leader Now Has Chaaee to Recover from Injnrtea. FORT MADISON. Ia.. Oct. SO.-The con dltlon of Colonel Holland Is greatly Im proved. He regained consciousness last night and physicians state that his chance for recovery are at present good. Thieves Becoming; Active. CRESTON, la.. Oct. 80. (Special.) Sneak thl we and burglars are beginning to get in their work for the winter and are quite active around Creston Just now. The tailor shop of W. H. Ford, on Maple street, was entered some time In the night and two overcoats taken. It ia thought to be the work of tramps who wanted overcoats to teep them warm this winter, as nons of the valuable pleoe goods were disturbed. Last night some parties entered the living rooms of Mrs. Percy Boyer, over Maxwell tc Johnson's store, and went direct to a bookcase where shs kept her money se creted behind some books snd secured 10 in money. There Is no clue to the per petrators of 'either crime. Burlington Road I sea Telephones. CRESTON. I a.. Oct. JO. (Special.) The Burlington railroad has produced an In no- iiu i... ii.Diai ku itirj'iiv.i.. - -- overworked operators. The line from Cres ton to Ottumwa is In perfect working order and from Chicago to Burlington. The only thing that was necessary was the telephone Instruments, as the old . telegraph wires are used and, strange to relate, both can .:V-.-'tt-::i mm For be used by the two Instruments without Interfering with each other. The system so far as Creston Is concerned is a perfect success and it Is probable that In a short time the whole system will be equipped with telephones, as well as telegraph. Nebraska Charged with Borglary. CRESTON, Ia., Oct. 30.-(8peclal.)-A man giving the name of Frank Montgomery and his home at Nebraska City, was bound over to the grand Jury on the charge of burglary and sent to jail to await the grand jury. He was discovered in the houBe of Albert W. Tucker In Spauldlng township. He had gained entrance by opening a kitchen window. About the time the Tuckers discovered him he also found out that they had been nade aware of his presence and a race ensued, in which the Tucker boys on horseback -.rith shot guns soon overtook the thief in a spring wagon and brought him to town. In the buggy was a number of articles supposed to have been stolen. Girl Serlonslr Bnrned. CRESTON, Ia., Oct.- 30. (Special. )-Mlss Lucy Howell of Afton was seriously burned last night while starting a fire. She had filled some lamps previous to starting the fire and lha kerosene had run over and saturated the front of her dress. When she went to start the kitchen fire her dress took fire. Her mother saw the girl's clothes catch fire, but before the mother could do anything the clothes were burned from her body. Her neck, arms and body are frightfully burned and it is feared that she will not recover. Former Iowa Man to Be Shot, FORT DODGE. Ia., Oct. 80. (Spectal.) Nflte Haworth, formerly of this city, has again been sentenced to death In Utah. His wishes will be respected tnd his death will be at the hands of a squad of riflemen. The date of his execution was set for December 11. Haworth killed Thomas Sandall, watch man in a store at Layton. Haworth was one of the prisoners who escaped from the penitentiary two weeks ago and was re captured after four" days' liberty. MURDERED IN HIS OWN HOME Indiana Man Is Shot Twice and Killed While In the Aet of Dressing. VINCENNES. Ind.. Oct. 30. William J. Engle. secretary of the Vlncennes Distill ing company, and a prominent business man, waa shot at his home early today. Engle had risen early to take a train for St. Ijouis. While dressing ho heard a noise In the kitchen. He went down stairs and, as he reached the kitchen, he was met by a volley of shots. Two bullets entered his head before he fell unconscious. He remained In an un conscious stste for three hours, when he died. Officers are searching for the as sailants. Gold Medal At Pan-American Exposition. Unlike Any Others! The fall flavor, the delicious qual ity, the absolute Purity, of Low ney'a Breakfast Cocoa distinguish It from all other. No "treatment" with alkxlles; no adulteration with flour, starch or ground cocoa sheila; nothing but the nutritive and digestible product of the chotoest Coooa Beans. Ask Your Dealer for it. lli$if ' niv-.vvv-rv-fii--s:r.:2Ki- aV .ik lav . u ji w m . m m m rm ctsitrvily Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and the weir-informed and to the healthy, because its com ponent parts are simple and wholesome and be "w'thout disturbing the natural func tions, as it is wholly free from every objectionable .sa.r FrArcico. Louisville, Kv, U by ell. drufats Price. DIAMONDS Fine, white brilliant gems, at rock bottom prices. Wc buy for SPOT CASH and conse quently got the very lowest quotations. IJuy early and get the pick of the complete holiday line. We are ready for you. JACQUEMIN'S Geo. Gerner, Jr., Mgr. 27 Main Si. The Liquor Habit Cured CURED UNDER A POSITIVE OUARANTEE IN THREE DAYS' TiriE BY THE OATLIN TREAMTENT A Wonderful Remedy for the Com plete Cure of Alcoholism. It will bo well for the friends and rela tives of men and women who have been so unfortunate as to contract the liquor or drug hnblt to remember that the Gatlln S-Day Treatment is thn only guaranteed cure in the world. We can take any man who Is a drunkard and return him to a future life of sobriety never aguln to know what the desire or craving for alco holic stimulants Is. 11 matters not tc us how long he has been drinking, how much he drinks, how little he drinks, what ho drinks or what his physical condition i we can cure him, perfectly. In only three days' time. We unequivocally guurantee to do this, and if we should fall (the Gatlln Treatment has never yet failed and never will) we will refund every cent paid us. There are no dangerous hypodermic injec tions with tho Oatlin 3-Day Cure, nor are there any dangerous drugs used, as there are In some other treatments; therefore, there are no bad after-effects, for which some other treatments, it is alleged, have gained very unenviablo reputations. Wo have cured many persons of the liquor habit since we established our In stitute in this city and have hundreds of testimonials from patients who have been cured by our 3-Duy Treatment and are to day entirely free from the craving for drink. The very thought of liquor of any kind now disgusts and sickens them. If you are a victim of the liquor habit, or if you have u relative or friend who is, write to us. We have issued a littlu book let telling about our cure, which we will be pleased to send to you free of charge. We append two testimonials from pa tients. We have others. Write us today. FROM A WBlb KOWX DECOHATOH AMI SIGN ARTIST. Two months ago I took the Oatlin Cure. I had drunk for years und had taken olhr ciiim without success. 1 Imd been drink ing continuously and heavily for tliiriy llve days previous to this treatment. My business was iiesletted, health shattered, mind unbalanced, und I was a constant source of anxiety and worry to my family. Today, thanks to this quick, splendid cure, 1 am well, sober and happy in the thought that 1 no longer havu a deHlre or thought of llquoi. K. H. HKNRIK. 5820 Ieavenworth St., Omaha. FROM A l"Oril.AR MWHiSIC AT I. 1. SHOTS. On July 23d I came to you for treatment. You will recall the wretched condition 1 cume to you in. Drinking steadily for i years, only able to attend to my work liHlf the llm and upending on drink all I made. Now 1 am a well-cured man, never losing a day's work and stronger in mind and body. 8ln.e taking this treatment 1 have met a number of others who have taken It and are perfectly cured of all doMro for drink. JoilN MHIGH, lor onus. Windsor Hotel, Omaha. Our Institute is centrally located and we require only 3 days' time to lTect a last ing and permanent cure. The Gatlln In stitute Co., XS1 8o. Mill istreet. Omalta. Nelj. N-W KKV .1 Vol" a.- i ivmiiiitnBwn .rwvMn - " I lUsgwrwu BwkalllaUn. aal lniu ' tw.a. " o,m. art - la mm.yt IM P.rUokM, TwlU 4 'KcilsT Nr I m Ur r Ibtw, MU. 14,wwTmumu. S14 a. J1 UrM ... I klrkNter ' L MtUal , TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER Address Omaha, Vets Gcrxtly. Vets piezvsarxtly, Acts BerveficiaJIvi as-a. Laxative. Muain.jf vi supsiance. in the process of manufacturing figs are used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained trom an excellent combination of plants known to be medicinally laxative and to act most beneficially. To get its beneficial effectsbuy the genuine manufactured by the v C.l. Alew York;N.Y. .fifty certa per bottle The Only Double Track Railway between the Missouri River and Chicago. AILY TRAINS OMAHA TO i 8.15 PM THE OVERLAND LIMITED ..... 1 1 . i nnmnirt- in.nt snd drawing-room HwlM . ''hrr'' bu,,!,, bVrbir, bth. i.l..lion.. dinins car. snd ob.rflUo cars. ElMtrio lightsd throughout. 8.00 AM THE ATLANTIC EXPRESS Pnllm.il drawing room nd tonrlrt .Imping tl .nd dining ere, and in wilimng tin.lr o. 5.50 PM THE EASTERN EXPRESS Pullman drawing-room nd tpurlrt .lam.ing r. fr.rollnlnghair oar., bu.t llbrarr and .inokluf Dining car. 7 OTHER DAILY TRAINS 3fl Hi lrawlng-lwra.l.plngoar.bufft.mf'g. All iU lug and library cin an l fro. rrliiilng itU cbVtir oar. to Ohloago. Mining car.. II irl 111 Through wirrlo. Omaha to t'hic.go. I .ill AM North-V.i.rn .tnndjrjl rl.T coacliM lvW 1 lad IrMohair ran. Dining an. 2 DAILY TRAINS ST. PAUL:MINNEAP01IS 7 50 AM otM"BTti11 " p,rir c,uj 8 Ifl DU Pullman alMplug sara. bnl I U M oar. and fra. inclining chair sara, bnffat llbrnir ear.. BLACK HILLS 3 fin nil ToFramont. l,lncoln.Vt-ahoo,l).ld rity, ,UU I'M York. liMling.. ri.w.rd. ""' ,'""' riorT "orfolk, 1-ong JW. Cir. Hot raring", Iw.dwnod and Id. Through rwliniug chair pullmiin .laing car Mrvlc- 7 0t 111 To Framont. I.incoln. W.hoo, Norfolk. ,gJ0 AM Long l ino, V.rdigro. Honit.l and Hi. Uoaabud litdlnu j(.Mirviitlon country. CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1401 and 1403 Farnam Street. Per Ceaorrhoa, Alest. lauoarrheg, taafwutorrhoM, Piles, s AH Unkeslthr Ssual Oischsrg, NO PAIN. NO. STAIN. NO STRICTURE. FREE 8YRINCE. W A Mora tFeaicl'r ef TMneaaa. "-a Bsnt to any address for 11.00. HERHA.f A Met'OH SELL. Omakvsw aUUda Btts- C. Laaoagtar, O. Dr.Searles&Searles SPECIALISTS Cure All Special DISEASES OF MEN BLOOD POiSON WEAK. NERVOUS MEM KIDNEY AND BLADDER DISEASES T,..iw,.st aad Medlclae $5.00 PER MOUTH Examinations and advice frs at efflce e by mall. Wriltao contracts lven In all ... ki. i.,an .ir rtfund xnonsy paid fur treatment. Treatment by mall. year I in Orr.alitt. tar. lit aad DeaelUs. OMAHA, IBB. MEM iND WOMEN. YlKi.i.X.T l.BigirVru'nnatura. tlMIJ U Irrllaltot.. s. uioraltuut i ulot.n. ft inaoov. si.Uibraijwj. - fmm i.il.p P&ii, lu,. Mud not aatrla HttlCsU!ClCo. .ut or so auua. CiK;iiuil.C 1 S-.IS by urafiuu, . E. " t" er an l Slain r.o.V - - T , " 1 eg an la .l.m r.t I tr sr... .r.p.td. 'JiM i . or t.-tll'.ai ;. rtr CuiiUr Mil a IvaW $f6 on ICAG0 kfllA LOTION All.TN n6 )o