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THE OMAHA DAIIY DEE; THURSDAY, NOVEMBER B. 1903.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA. v COUNCIL BLUFFS. MISOH ME.fTIO.X. fart a)l Jrur. ; Btotkcrt wlla carpeta. A atore for men--Bano's." Expert wat.h repairing., LelTert, 409 B'y. Celebrated Met bef on tap. Neumayer. Diamond Ixtrothal rings at Leffert'a, Broadway. 14-K. and ll-K wedrtlng rlnga at Leffert's 40 Broadway. ' Pyronraphy outfit, and auppllee. C. E. Aleanilpr Co.. 833 Broadway. Abe IJnooln Wnman'e Relief corpe will meet Friday afternoon, la Urand Army hall. The ladles' Aid aoclety of tha Firat Chris tian churoh will meet thia afternoon at the church. For rent," office room ground floor; one of the moat central kjcatlone in the bual pam portion of the city. Apply to The Bee office, city. i The new chapel of St.' Francis' academy will be dedicated with appropriate aorvlrea thla morning, conducted hy Kev. Father bmyth and Kev. Father Loftua. ' Charlea K. Beckwlth of Otoe county, Ne braaka, and Mary K. Plttlilo of Cans county, Nebraska, were married In this city yesterday afternoon. Justice Uuren offi ciating. Star chapter No. 47, Royal Arch Masons, baa elected these officers: High priest, J. B. Madnen: king, Oeorge W. iiowltt; scribe, F. J. Fierce; treaaurer, H. V. Binder; secretary, O. H. Jackson. Charlea Henry Irwin and Ben Gllirmkl, the boys charged with the theft of numerous artlclt-a from different houses, were up be fore Judff Scott In police court yesterday. Young Irwin was discharged, but the Gllln aki boy was held, with the recommendation that be be sent to the reform school. J. J. Sullivan, charged with assaulting David Iane on Hallowe'en night, waa sen tenced to live days In the county Jail yes terday by Justice Ouren, who later sus pended the sentence' on condition that 8ul II van assist Lane in repairing the damage dors that night to his outhouses and fence. the Board of Park commissioners baa finally decided to pay the county the 13)0 asked for the strip of the Huntington lot which for several yeara cast has been fenced In aa part of Falrmount park. The county Decnme owner or me lot in contro versy through foreclosure of a school fund mortgage, , At the meeting of Jnnna council. Royal and Select Masters, Tuesday night these ollicers were elected: Thrice illustrious maater, U. W. Laps; right illustrious mas ter, . F. J. Pierce; principal conductor of worka, P. H. Wind; treasurer, H. W. Bin der; secretary, O. H. Jackson; captain of guard, a. a. Uray; sentinel, victor Jennings. The preliminary hearing of O. Walker, Fred Jones and J. M. Kennedy, -charged with robbing W. W. Btltta of Imogeno, la., while driving In a hack, waa begun before Judge Scott yesterday. Jonea failed to ap pear and the court ordered bis bond of IliW forfeited, r The hearing waa continued until Saturday, when Jones' attorney atated he would produce him In court. Real Estate Transfers. These transfers were filed yesterday In the abstract, title and loan office of Squire Annia, 101 Pearl street: Ottauquechee Savings bank to L. P. Madsen, lot a In subdiv. of lot 172, original plat, w. d t 2,000 Ida M, Co nod to Charles E. Bradloy, nS9 feet lot 13 and sZl feet lot 16 and ' ' all lot 14, block 12, Carson, w. d.... BOO Sarah J. OofT and husband to John W. Keith and William Slmpaon. part lot 6 In Auditor's subdiv., ae4. nwH. 12-75-40, w. d 10 Charlea K. and Arthur L. Bradley and wlvea to Clarence J. and David A, ' Sllkett, wVa i14 and efe ewVi nwV W-76-40, w. d. 4,750 Louis P. Judison and wife to Daniel F. MoCarty. part of swVi ne 24-77-42, w. d 1,700 Virginia Jeffera to Alice May Wil liams. s feet lot 1. block 1. and wis feet of aiS feet lot 2, block 1, Hall's add., anil w83tt 'feet lot . " block s. Urimea' add., w. d. ....t... 2.700 Bimriff ti F. 43, XjOUK?4, lots and 7 .y. Oakland Place, and lot 10, block 34, ' Baylies ft HilaW M'U, S. ......'. 1.276 Edward M. Smart and' wife to Kthel . Hoy, lot 6 and n lot 4, block-r. ' Hurrs add., w. d 400 V. W. McRory and Wife to -A." B. " Jacobson, lot 18, Auditor's subdiv.. seW swH 12-76-40, w. d. . 2.900 Maud Jefferls and husband to Philip Jefferls, fraction nw4 H-76-44. w. d.. 7.500 August Fernstrom tQ Catharine Fern strom, el3 acres nW4 ne4 J3-76-U, w. d ...... a Oeorge W. Tyrrell and wife to F. J. Day. lot 15, block 39, Ferry add., w. d. '400 Total '. 133,377 , , , Marriage Licenses. Name and residence. . Age. W. M. Riley, Omaha 39 Pearl A. Balada, Omaha 27 John Coleman, Omaha 46 Maggie Qlover, Omaha 46 Charles B. Beckwlth. Otoe County. Neb.,. 42 Mary R. Plttilll. Cass county, Neb 48 LITTLE CHANGE IN THE YOTE Official Eetnras Bhow Cummins Sustains Eepnblioao Majority in Pottawattamie, DETAILS OF RETURNS IN ENTIRE COUNTY One Featnre of Election la Victory of Consigner for Treasurer, Despite Tremendons Ksllsg at the Polls. Official returns received at the office of the county auditor yesterday show that ori the state ticket the republicans carried Pottawattamie county by 6,169 for Cummins for governor, against 2,834 for Jerry Sul livan, the democratic candidate. Two' years ago Governor Cummins received In Pot tawattamie county a plurality of 1,334, and last year the head of the ticket, Secretary of State Martin, received a plurality of 1.230 over Burke, tha democratic candidate. In the presidential eleotlon of 1900 McKln ley received a plurality of 1,115 over Bryan. Thus It will be seen there has been but little change In tha republican vote In the county so far aa tha state ticket Is con cerned. The vote on governor waa as follows: For Governor. Cummins, Belknap 2ti6 Boomer 82 Carson 153 Centor 87 Crescent 66 Garner (First precinct) ' W Garner (Second precinct) 29 Grove 106 Hardin 74 Hase.1 Dell 97 James .. 92 Keg Creek 67 Knox 288 Dayton lt Lewis 83 Lincoln ...... ; 62 Macedonia 104 Mlnden 116 Neola 163 Norwalk 1.'3 Pleasant 7 60 Rockford , . 94 . Sliver Creek , 82 Valley 163 Washington 70 Wavelaud 83 Wright 101 York 88 Kane (outside city) 14 Council Bluffs First ward. First precinct .. 1(77 First ward. Second precinct 219 Swoon d ward. First precinct 219 Second ward. Second pree'et 210 Third ward, First precinct. ZM Third ward. Second preclnot 138 Fourth ward, First precinct 181 Fourth ward. Second pree'et 119 Fifth ward, Flrat precinct .. 278 Fifth ward. Second precinct 146 Sixth ward. First precinct .. 240 . Sixth ward, Second preclnot 6 Sullivan. 75 75 M 86 82 M 85 40 68 64 4 2X2 179 85 67 87 120 193 86 C4 99 40 98 69 4? 28 62 1 215 152 108 110 133 86 86 1W 163 1(13 ' 160 12 8834 after seversl hours of hard work. In bringing the little fellow to. The cnna, u is said, wJJJ be hone the worse for his ex. perlence. GRAND- JURY .IMPANELLED Men Drawn for Rovembrr Terna et District Coort on the Open-, log Day. As Judge J. H. Preston of Cedar Rapids, who Is presiding In place of Judge Green, did not arrive until late In the afternoon little beyond Impanelling the grand Jury was done yesterday on the opening of tha November term of the district court. These are the members of the grand Jury impaneled: F. W. Ouren, Living Springs, foreman; Jacl.wm Lewis, Neola; William Currle, Crescent; Teter - Relf, Council Bluffs; 8. H. Connor, Council Bluffs; J. M. Underwood. Quick; Fred Henwinkle, Coun cil Bluffs; with George Alllngham as clerk and Captain J. J.. Brown, bailiff. The petit Jury Is aummoned for next Tuesday, two weeks earlier than usual, as there Is a large number of law caaes to be tried, among them being a long list of damage suits. The trial of Oeorge Mathe son, the young man charged with shooting and seriously wounding Deputy Sheriff Baker, was set for tho first Jury trial at this term. The trial of W. C. Rogers, charged with the murder of Bert Forney, a saloonkeeper, also was set for this term, but Rogers' attorneys announced yesterday that they Intended applying for another continuance. It la likely that the state will oppose any further continuance. The trial of the divorce suit of Mabel Edgar from J. II. Edgar Is assigned for this morning. , . . This petit. Jury was drawn yesterday for the November term of district court at Avoca, which opens Tuesday, November 24, with Judge Wheeler on the bench: T. E. Hunt. O. L. Lawson. L. P. Bellin ger, .Charles Augustine, John Foreman, Belknap; F. G. Scholleld, Mart Larson, Theodore Hotie, Carson; A. J. Sides, M. B. Rodwell, Center; Edward Roger. Jamee; Ben Howell, Knox; Julius Hanson, N. Rupp, Peter WllkinB, Max Reimer, Layton; J. A. Schutt'.offell, Lincoln; E. B. Lane, A. E. Beaburg, Macedonia; Frits Peterson, Pleasant; J. N. Gallup, W. T. Owens. C. T. Hough, Valley; B. A. Wyman, Wright. N. T. Plumbing Co., Tel. 250. Night, FM7. I Can't Sleep? Ifg your nerve. Dr. Miles' Nervine will trenglhen them and bring tweet sleep and health. Delay li dangerous. AU d rug-gists sell and guarantee. Bend postal for book on nervous diseases. DR. MILES' MEDICAL CO, Elkhart. Ind, SI.0O SCHOOL SHOES THAT WILL WEAR AU solid the best oak soles and box calf uppers. Thereat on earth for the price, at Total 6159 Plurality 13a Complete returns show that despite the tremendous knifing the republicans, espe cially In the city, Indulged In on county treasurer, L. Q. Conslgney, the republican candidate, defeated Brooka Re4d the demo cratic candidate by 250. Two years ago 'William And bad a plurality pf 426 over C. Oelse for this office.; Edward annlng, the republican ' candidate for sherfrt, surprised even hls.not ardent. followers, as the re turns show that he. received a plurality of l,071'"over James' O'NeM, h4" democratlo candidate. Two. yaara . ago . Cousins, rep., received only 704 plurality over Huber, dem'., for this office. Owing to the fight made by the democrats for both of these offices the vote throughout the county Is of more than ordinary Interest, and waa as follows: Treasurer and Sheriff. Con algney. Relkncp 2ti8 Moomer 74 " Carson 134 Center 96 Crescent 61 Garner (1st pet.).. 82 Garner (2d pet.)... 26 Orove 102 Hardin 69, Itasel Dell 77 James 91 Keg Creek 67 Knox 179 Layton 161 Lewis 63 Lincoln 62 Macedonia 100 Mlnden 104 Neola 167 Norwalk 82 Pleasant 63 Rockford ;., -83 Silver Creek 73 Valley 189 Washington 67 Waveland 84 Wright 100 York 84 Kane (outside) .... ' 12 Council Bluffs 1st ward, 1st pet. 1M 1st ward, 2d pet.. 166 2d ward. 1st pet.. 152 2d ward, 2d pet... 1M td ward. 1st pet.. 3 HO 3d ward, td pet.. 118 4th ward. 1st pet. 141 4th ward, 2d pet.. 106 . . 6th ward, 1st pet. 246 6th ward, 2d pet.. 1H4 6th ward. 1st pet Su9 . 6th ward, 24 pet.. S Totals 4,661 Pluralities 260 .... 1.071 On the remainder of the county ticket the republican candidates ran up cloae with the state ticket, the following being the' pluralities: Coantr Tloa.eC Superintendent of Schools McManus,' rep .6.043 Rankin, dem 8.965 McManua' plurality, 1,088. Coroner . . . Trey nor, rep .6.127 .Hombach, dem...., ...,,.,.....,.8,888 Treynor's plurality, 1,9. Surveyor Tostevln, rep ...(,133 Judson, dem ,...2,869 Tostevin's plurality, 1.264,, Board of Supervlsors-r - Bullis. rep 4.87 Snencer. rD 4.8:9 ' Iye, - dem .'.4.160 Maxfleld, dem 4,067 Bullis' plurality over Dye. 718. Spencer a plurality over Dye, 679. ' The pluralities of the republican candi dates on the legislative ticket werp as follows: Legislative Ticket, Can Reed, ning. O'Ned. 84 3T.2 77 85 81 ' 76 1U8 137 13 42 101 88 81 63 81 98 108 74 89 37 28 49 1(10 62 74 76 68 82 90 70 43 84 65 64 71 59 m 801 270 lis 162 186 102 88 76 67 61 66 101 ins 97 132 126 111 197 169 1RJ 129 116 93 60 61 61 111 , 82 109 49 80 42 115 135 116 61 69 59 43 86 40 28 99 28 66 84 66 11 IS 8 JfiO IRS zn 217 M6 176 232 202 1S6 146 217 110 188 223 142 108 131 98 . 1ZJ 159 , 107 113 116 lo 203 79 172 129 147 114 1S1 235 . 1M 11 11 4,411 (.060 1,989 SETS TRUST PLEA IN DEFENSE Portland Gold Mining; Company Ob jects to Pnylna- Bridge Com pany Claims. In its answer, filed yesterday, to the suit brought In the federal court against It by the American Bridge company, the Portland Gold Mining company of Colorado makes the allegation that the American Bridge company Is not only a trust In Itself, but a part of the United States Steel cor poration, a still bigger trust and that therefore under the laws of Iowa t cannot .recover. The American Bridge company brought suit against the Portland company as as signee of the claim of the Glllette-Hersog Manufacturing company of Minneapolis, which had the contract for the construc tion of a chlorlnation plant for the Port land, company. The amount sued for Is the balance claimed to be due on the con tract The Iowa statutes declare that any trust or combination for the purpose of regulating or fixing prices ' or to fix and limit production, shall be deemed a con splracy and provides that tills shall be deemed a defense to any claim by' such trust or conspiracy for goods or merchan diss sold.. ... The Portland company also files a counter claim' for 8145.000 for damages sustained by reason of1 the failure of the contracting firm to complete the plant in the time specified, It Is alleged that two years after the date specified for the completion of the plant the Glllette-Hersog company abandoned it In an unfinished condition and that the Port land company waa compelled to complete It By treating its ore in Its own plant the Portland company claims It would have saved $2.76 per ton, but could not do so for more than iwo years, owing to the plant not being finished. SAB8ECTFS LOOK. FOR THE REAR. Consult the World-ramoaa PALMIST, CLAIRVOYANT AND ADVISER PROF. KIRO 03 Fourth Street, Coanrll Blnffs, la. (Cor. Fourth at. ni Willow Ave ) REDl'OfcD PKU'KS: Ladl. 6V: gentle men. (1.00. lluurs from 9 a. ni. to ; p. m. btriclly private and conndentlul. LEWIS CUTLER MORTICTAN. i peas at. CoxttuU cuuffa ...'.'..I.1M 3,868 State Senator Saunders, rep , Ware, dem , Saunders' plurality, 1.254, Representatives - , . Freeman, rep. , . . K .6.063 Martin, rep 4.93:! , Bates, dem 4t30 ltrtl 1, dem ,3 . Freeman s plurality over Bates, i 1,0.0 utruu s plurality over Bales, feri Plumbing and heating Clxby A Boa. Inspecting Lincoln Library. On Invitation of President Rohrer the members of the Library board will go to Lincoln Saturday morning to Inspect the Carnegie library recently erected there. The visit Is for the purpose of securing pointers that may prove useful In determin ing on the plans for the library building here. Aa the regular meeting of the Library board occurs next Monday evening, Presi dent Rohrer has decided not to call a meeting In the meantime. Architect Mil ler of the firm of Patton & Miller or Chi cago will, It Is expected, be present at the meeting Monday night and remain In the city until the board has decided upon the plans for the new library building. Foot Ball Team Disbands. At a meeting of the High School Athletic association yesterday afternoon at which Principal Ensign and Prof. Carman, phy leal instructor, were present. It waa de cided to disband the foot ball team for this year at least. The team has met with bad luck In all of Its recent games and the members have become disheartened. The team was to have played Red Oak next Saturday and Atlantic the following and both of these games will be called off. Teatb District Federation. WEBSTER CITT, la., Nov. t (Special Telegram.) The Tenth district Federated Women's clubs of Iowa was In session In this city today. About 100 clubs In the dis trict were represented, , Mrs. T. J. Fletchor of Marahalltown, state president, delivered tha principal 'addreae upon "The Value of Federation." The federation Includes most of the counties In northwest Iowa. The session was concluded tonight and the con vention adjourned.' Many of the delegates who were here will attend the state meet ing to be held next week In Marshalltown. CUMMINS CREAM PLEASED Msjoritf All H Cedd fossibly Eipeot Under tin Circumstances. DEMOCRATS GAIN IN THE LEGISLATURE Governor Refuses to Honor Requisi tion for Return of L H. Potts to Omaha to Answer Charge of Kidnaping. (From a Staff Correspondent.) DES MOINES, Nov. 4. (Special Tele gram.) Returns from every county In the stata of Iowa received tonight show hat Governor Cummins' majority lstead of be ing about 60,000 was in fact about 81,000. Th counties late to hear from have ma terially Increased the majority. Tho demo crats have elected twenty-one of the mem bers of the house and will have seven In the senate. , "I am greatly eleased with the plural ity given mo," said 'Governor Cum mins, "for It Is more than I had expected, considering tho nature of the contest." The governor received a telegram of congratu lations from Secretary Shaw and another from Governor Durbln of Indiana, and many frlonds In other states. No figure are obtainable on the rest of the state ticket, but the meager reports from this part of the state show that the ticket rah evenly and there will be very little differ ence In the vote of the different candidates. The Interest today- centered In the legislature. The democrats have car ried about twenty-one house districts and seven senatorial districts. The dem ocrats carried ' the following counties and districts for the house: O'Brien, Union, Jackson, Allamakee, Chickasaw, Clinton (1), Dubuque (2), Johnson, Wash. Ington, Decatur, Fremont Mills, Shelby, Carroll, Crawford, Cass, . Pocahontas, Des Moines, Lee, Davis, Bremer, Jefferson, Ida Monona, Buchanan, Lyon-Osceola and Keo kuk. The democrats' carried the senatorial dlBtrlcta of Jackson, Bremer-Butler, Davls Appanoose and Iowa-Johnson. The Wood bury district was carried for the republican candidate for senator by only-19 and for tho two republican representatives by small majorities. In Polk county the .repub lican vote was over 9.000 and the plurality for Governor Cummins within 600 of what It was two years ago, which was more than expected. Wants Pardon that lie Might Murder. Governor Cummins was today made ac quainted with the fact that Al McKlnney, new serving time In the penitentiary for having shot at Rev. F.-C. Lomack, la seek lng a pardon for the purpose of getting out to kill Mr. Lomack. McKlnney was sentenced for three years because ho shot the preacher while the latter was walking with a woman whom he afterward married. Now Mrs. Lomack has secured a divorce from her husband and McKlnney rote to her seeking her assistance In securing a pardon. The shooting of Mr. Lomack was because of jealousy' of the preacher over the woman In "the ( case. But McKlnney vowed that if, he .secured pardon he would first kill Mr. Lomack, ; then marry his di vorced wife.. Site., did not like this pro gram and told the governor what she had learned. , All Pardee are colored. Jio Hequlaltljoa Issued. The governor, .refused a requisition foV the return to Omona t L. H. Potts and today notified - the - Omaha authorities Ot his decision, lie had held the matter up until he could take time" to dispose of It and reached they conclusion that the requisition was nht asked for 'the purpose of making a prosecution, but for the pur potte of securing possession of the little girl whom it was alleged Potts had stolen. Mr. and Mrs. Potts propose making their home In this city and today the child, which they claim to have adopted, was re ceived by them, as it had been in biding before. Insurance Men Combine. The Iowa Are Insurance men held a meet ing here today, with nearly 200 present, and proceeded to form a state association or combine. This would have been done long I ago but for the existence of a strong anti- compact lw which has recently been de clared of no force In this state by Judge Mcpherson. Now they feel free to organise and agree on matters relating to , their business. It waa reported today that ail the large cities have been organised since the defeat of the anti-compact law and that the organizations are strong. The organ isation effected today . will have general charge of the business In the state. Wedding; of Samuel Strauss. Samuel Strauss, formerly manager of the Dee Moines Leader and later of the Regis ter and Leader, was married today In Rock Island to Miss Irene Rosen f eld. The grpom has lived in Des Moines practically all his life and the bride Is the daughter of Meyer Rosenfeld, owner of the Moltne Wagon works. Mr. Strauss has become manager and part owner of the Commercial Adver tiser of New York City and after a short wedding trip will return to reside In that city. New Suits Against Company, A large number of policy holders In the Northwestern Life and Savings company are preparing a suit to begin in the dis trict court in which they will contend that the insurance company Is really amenable to the building and loan laws of the state and not the Insurance laws. In case the contention is held good the stockholders will be liable for every cent the policy holders have paid In, including interest up to data It is understood James Parriah- has been employed to pre sent the case of the policy holders. formal publlo reception In this city Oils evening In the parlors of the Wilson hotel. The gathering was held for the purpose of allowing the congressman to meet his con stituents and hear their expression of opin ion as regards the government poetoffl': building which congress has allowed Web ster City. The turnout showed the high regard In which the congressman Is held here. Sheldon Bank Closes. SIOUX CITT. la.. Not. 4. (Special Tele gram.) The State bank of Sheldon, of which State Railroad Commissioner Ed C. Brown is president, closed its doors today. Asset, 16.000; liabilities, 1176,000. R. W. Ady of Sheldon was appointed receiver. The failure of crops In that x section for two consecutive years Is assigned as the cause of the failure of the bank, which held farmers' notes to large amount. The bank will pay out but will likely not be reopened. Rock Island Engineer Killed. DAVENPORT, la., Nov. 4. A Chicago, Rock Island A Pacific freight train ran Into a cow near Dixon, la., today and the engine and seven cars rolled down a fifteen-foot embankment. Brakeman Sywll lle of Cedar Rapids was killed and En gineer Byers' leg was broken. Democrat Will Contest. SIOUX CITT. Nov. 4-tSpeclal Telegram.) John H. Jackson, rep., was elected state senator from Woodbury county over A. 8. Uarretson. dem., a farmer millionaire, by a vote of 4,097 to A062. Garreteon will conr test the election. The republican ticket had a majority cf 1,703 In the county. Bank In Hnnds of Receiver. SIBLEY, la., Nov. 4. (Special Telegram.) This forenoon Judge Gaynor on ap plication of the stockholders, through their attorney W. D. Boles, appointed W. R. Ady receiver of the Sheldon State bank . of Sheldon. Assets about I?2S,000; liabilities about $175,000. ; W. R. Ady Receiver. SIBLEY, la., Nov. 4. Judge Gaynor. on application ot the stockholders, appointed W. R. Ady receiver of the Sheldon State bank of Sheldon. The assets are about $226,000, the liabilities about $175,000. 1 Champion Healee, Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the nest In the world, cures cuts, corn, burns, bolls, ulcers, sores and piles or no pay. 25c. For sale by Kulin A Co. Reception for Congressman Conner. WEBSTER CITY, la., Nov. 4.-(Speclal Telegram.) Hon. C. P. Conner of Denlson. congressman from this district, held an in- EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS Reveille Wins Babylon Handicap for TfrO-Year-Olds at Aqueduct. NEW YORK, Nov. 4. At Aqueduct to day the Babylon handicap handicap for two-year-olds, seven furlongs, went to Reveille. Results: First race, six and one-half furlongs, selling: Athlana won. Blue and Orangs second, Counterpoise third. Time, Second race, six furlongs: Grenade won, Minneola second, Agnes Brennan third. Time 1:14. . Third race, one mile and one furlong, selling: All Gold won. Ethics second, Wild Pirate third. Tlrhe 1:62. Fourth race, seven furlongs, Babylon handicap: Reveille won, Dimple second. Time. 1:27. Fifth race, one mile, selling: Demurrer won, Dramatist second, Oclawha third. Time, 1:40. Sixth race, handicap: Tribes Hill won, Elsie L. second, Mabel Richardson third. Time 1:69. CINCINNATI, Nov. H. Results: First race, six furlongs: Fair Lady Ann won, Rosamond second. Amorous third. Time.-1:17, - t second race, n furlongs: onress won, Preakncss second Eagle Horn third. Time, 1:04.' V X ..'!. Third" face, onetnlle: Antolee wnnl Near est aecond. Chickadee third. Time. l:4n. r oortn race, nanaicap steeplechase, snort course: ueyion won. Red car second, Faraday. Jr. third. Time. 8:11. Fifth race, five and one-half furlongs: Domino Whist won, Eleata second, Ger Rnlum third. Time. 1:11. Sixth race, one mile and one quarter: Never Such won. Curate second. Goo Goo third. Time, 2:13. WITH TUB BOWLERS. Last night on the Western alleys the Krug Parka defeated the Council Bluffs team fifty-four pins, winning two out of three games. Score: KRUG PARKS. 1st 2d. 3d. Total. Clay 144 167 167 468 Banks 142 159 223 624 Norene 149 146 146 441 Bengele ....163 170 147 4S0 Zimmerman 150 181 174 606 Totals 748 813 867 COUNCIL BLUFFS. . $.418 1st. 2d. 3d. Total. Matthla 1W 162 169 611 Rutherford 138 109 179 486 Nlckoll 117 143 144 434 Myers 139 133 151 423 Frush 178 171 163 610 Totals 780 778 806 - 2,364 On Clark's alleys lout evening the St. Charles team won three games from the Nationals. Score: ST. CHARLES. 1st. 2d. 3d. Total. Fritscher 166 2J0 174 660 Weber 17U 200 159 629 Fried hof 200 166 184 640 Forscutt 171 149 1H0 6u0 Beselln 192 191 - 147 630 Totals 899 916 NATIONALS. 1st 2d. Ahmnnson Chandler Ojerde .... Jonea Tracy ..... .164 ..161 ..197 ..13i ..161 Totals 806 142 1K1 10 m 137 803 844 2,669 3d. Total. 164 178 155 178 134 ' 460 6M 632 47S 8u9 2.417 Crelghton and Tarklo. Saturday at 3:30 p. m. In Crelghton field the Tarklo foot ball eleven will match skill and strength with the local aquad. Tarklo has a bunch of unusually big fel lows thla year and they appear to be in the best of form. Crelghton has been de voting nil dry duya to practice. Captain t'allulmn is again in the held and with the new men to go Into 'the game with Tarklo, aome fast toot ball la promised. Doaae Concedes the Score. BELLEVUB, Neb., Nov. 4. (Special.) Tom Moore, captain of the college foot ball team, ban received a letter from Mr. Malnes of Crete, who was the referee of the Doane-Relleviie game here last Satur day. In which Mr. Mainea concedes the additional touchdown claimed by Bellevue by reason of Throw's falling on the ball back of the Doane goal Una. This makes the score, Bellevue, 12; Doane, 6. Child Gets Over Dose. Fay, the 4-year-old son of A. Andrews, living about a mile east of the city, drank four ounces of alcohol yesterday morning and lives to tell the Ule. The alcohol had een purchased to mix with camphor and the bottle over night had been placed on a window sill. Before the parents awoke yesterday morning the child got up and, aeelng the bottle, drank the entire coo tents.. He at once became unconscious and when the parents discovered htm they thought he was dead. City Phyaldan Houghton was summoned and succeeded. lS YS CNDY CATHARTIC ii i t h jv'x. r.r j, i r Ty make mm ' ujQtL Ar.r.UAL SALE-TEN tt.LLtOrJ DOXES Greatest In tha World A MILLION HAPPT AMERICAN CHILDREN are kept healthy with CASCAR EToOandy Cathartic Oood words spoken by their mamaa for OASCAKKTa to other mamas have made CASCARETS uooeaeful until the aale now la over MILLION BOXKd A MONTH. Why do little folksukeCA&CAR8T8 1 Because they are a sweet, palatable, fragrant little tablet taate good, do good never grip nor gripe , but act gently, naturally, positively. Medicine that a child dislike will not do it much good. Children are always ready to take CASCARBTtt.TUB PERFECT HUMS MEDICINE, ak for them and are kept healthy alwayg and safe atralnat the dangera of childhood's all men ta. Beat for the Bowels. All drugglato, 10c, 2&c oOo. NEVER SOLD IN BULK. Tbe genuine tablet gteunped O C C Sample and booklet free.' ' ddreae bterUng- Remedy Co. Chicago or New York. fill TliL.KPIIONn 265. A SPECIAL SALE OF WOMEN'S FINE KNIT SWEATERS SPECIAL DEPARTMENT MAIN FLOOR. Your chok't? today in our Hl'KCIAL DEPARTMENT of a splendid lino of FIXE KNIT ALL WOOL HWEATE11S FOU WOMEN. V They come iu white, red and green solid colore, and white, red and p,reen with collar of contrasting color.,' Among this line is included about twenty-five ' fancy Knit Vests for Woinen,v in good light and dark styles either the Sweaters or Ventn being worth from $2.00 to $5.00 each, your choice today for SI .49 Tell -your neighbor she'll want one, too. MAIL ORDERS FILLED. COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA. , A . -AU 1 JEWEL STEEL (3 RANQE5 -3 Ml are made as good stoves should be made to last a long while and do perfect work while they Co last, Quality aad Econaray That's It I If It is a eenutna Jewel Steel Range, a fuel aaver, made In 4 - .tha largest Stove Plant lathe World. It will have this trade mark and the makers' name, "DETROIT STOVE WORKS". cast on It Don't accept substitute if you want low fuel bills. Mi M!M We Mil and recommead Jcwala - uaMM we kaew taaub Conklin IlardwarcCompany. 8914 IeaTenwortb Street, Omaha. , -I f '-l.,-. i J 4 vjVl. ' 8IFIF Mil lite ! . :. . i . ores? IWhy not buy your steamship tickets at this office. iWe represent all the crack steamship lines across the At lantic Gunard, White Star, French Transatlantique, Ham burg American. Cabin passage all the way from $50 to $500 and higher. Second cabin ' and Steerage tickets at lowest rates. Fly era for Chicago leave 7:00 JL M., 4:00 P. M. and 8:05 p. M.i for fit. Loulu 6:30 P. M. J. B. REYNOLDS City Pass. Agt., 1502 Farnam St., Omaha zi3( : zzz: aSEaMfl St. Louis-Hot Springs Service i n i irnn mn nia n un ma II hf 11 u" "luuiiium uuuiu K Little Rock and Hot $liP? OnrinfYo Unonrn 0 D Opilll&O VIOOIUIU II- Hi Commencing Sunday, Nov. 8th, the Iron Mountain Route will inaugurate its solid through fast train service between St. Louis and Hot Springs, Arkansas, via Benton. The departing and arriving time at St, Louis and Hot Springs will be as follows! Leave 8:20 p. m. St. Louis Arrive 735 a.m. Arrive 8 a. m. Hot Springs Leave 730 p. m. Thos. F. Godfrey; Pass, and Ticket Ayent, Omaha. IL C. Townsend, Gen' I Pass, and Ticket Afent. St. Louis. f f Si 'J ii ir 1 If ri s ii ) r