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f THE OMAHA DAILY IJEE: SUNDAY. NOVEMltEK 8, 1903. IFV1 ftDTCD DICCrC HtVlV f' vaults lajjjuj a it ill Pioaeer Busine Van ef Omaha Diet at Paxtcn Hotel Ara.Ttm;nle, FUNERAL WILL BE PRIVATE AFFAIR PtuMmt f Cwrter VMti L Coi nnr, Wfeoay Chirac riant la Largest la the Werli. Levi Carter, one of tne wealthiest and oldest Inhabitants of Omiai, died rst-eay morning at 4 o'clock In hla apartments at the Paxton hotel. He waa 70 year old and had been HI a week- with bronchitis and acuta Bright' disease. A wMow. bat no children survive him. Other immediate relative nre Dr. M. Carter of Belleville, Ilia., and B. B. Carter of Bloux Fells, 8. D., both being broth en, and Fred M. Carter and Percy Carter, who are nephews. Be sides these are two sisters, who live abroad from Omaha and many leaner relatives. The estate left by Mr. -Carter la eetlmted ralues ranging from ttoa.OM 1 tl.000.0M. Aside from rhe Carter Walt Lead cetn pany, ho had extensive holdings in real state in Sdebraaka, Opito and othor states. Mr. Carter was born In New Hampshire and ame ta Nebraska til tM. He Was aasoelated tr aaanjr years with OenersJ -Isaac Cos under the firm name of Coe & Carter. This firm did heavy .freighting business across the plains before the .Union Paoiflc railroad was eonstructed. Later they supplied the Union Pact no, Ore gon Short Una and other railways artth flies for many years. For a period they ere encaged extensively In the cattle busi ness at North Platta. - Biggest Msst an the IS-arld. In 18M Mr. Carter took control of the Carter White Lead company, oorrodert of .white lead, the canoern rrowlna- under his management to be the greatest of Ita kind In the Vnlted States, having- factories ttl Omaha and ..Chicago. The Omaha plant, Is at vresent not being operated, hut the one In Chicago la turning out the largest output af any single white toad plant In ths world. Bpeaking of the dscsaaad, frtend ' who bad known Mm for many years said: "Mr. Carter has long been considered one of our most honorable, .broad-minded Xd conservative business men, and his ; death will be mourned by many friends r throughout the west. He waa a liberal contributor to charity, open and frank in hla Intercourse with man and possessed af lovable nature that will make hla loss particularly severe to hla employes and buslneas associates." 1 The funeral will be held at the -parlors of the Paxton hotel at I p. m. Monday. the orders ef the organisation. I anyarlf supports the change, for one thing an the ground of losl politics. To guard against the possible aalscopstractlm of the SMstlon. It waa provided that the organise twin should tiet take In any stats the so cieties of wtilrh did not wish to become memhers. The inonrporatloa will take place during this quarter." The next meeting may be held In Omaha, according to Father Williams, It waa the Intention to hold the meeting next time In the west nnd only Omaha and St Louis extended Invitations, and many of the association are averse to SL Louis during exposition time. The decision was left to a committee. . In his report on the cruelties of rattle shipping Mr. Whitehead Soda a point In favor of the South Omaha yards in the report on his assistant. He says: Mr. Doty desires to recommend enost heartily an excellent and simple rtevice In nee In the trtork ysrds af Omaha, which all managers of stock ysrds ought te adopt At all the yards he visited, wtth this one exception, there waa much difficulty ex perienced In unloading care fil ed with cat tle. The common method ia this: The car Is stopped so thst the door is opposite the mouth of the chute. In order te induce the rattle to descend from the car through the chute to the yards a man stands at the mouth of the chute with a prod or stick to eth- them u and drive theea down the chute. Naturally the flrst Instinct of the rattle la to toe afraid e( the man with the stick, so tbey draw back, huddle against each other, and have to be forced hy shouts and blows to leave the car. At Omaha a plank at the height of a few fft ahove the ground and running parallel with the track has been built cm the aide of the track op posite the chute and the yard. When a loaded car is In position and Its door is opposite, the mouth of the chute, a man walks along the plank and with his stick urges th cattle to move toward the door. Aa la (his method the ca(t move away from Instead of toward the man with the stick, very little persuasion Is needed. Mr. tMrty reports that this method savea time and much unnecessary cruelty. SOCIETY WILL INCORPORATE national Hamane Body Will Become AathaHsed hy t Coaajroee. Father John Williams of St. Barnabas church returned -yesterday from the seat, where ha has been in attandanoe at the annual meeting of the National Hu mane society, . m "The society will be Incorporated under act of congress," he said. "The resolution directing this action was passed without any opposition, while last year .there was. a very strong protest against aurfh pro ceeding. The New Tork society, which : was at ths head of tb,e opposition, was not 1 officially represented at. ill meeting &h!t year. -The society Is to be incorporated na tionally for a number of reasons. This no tion will males unified And homogenous organisation, whereas we have been up to this lma a loose society of local associa tions. Whan a are Incorporated We can, as a legal body, receive bequests and the, officers In different plaoes can carry out HARD COAL PRICE TO STAND Anthracite Production Booming- and Coat Will Not Vary from Present Flgnres. Janes Williams, a Pennsylvania coal man, was In the city for a few hours yesterday, on his way west. "The anthracite business Is booming In the east," he said. "For years and yeara we have had prophets predicting that the production of hard coal would begin to diminish nnd the fields become exhausted. They were wrong. The production of an thracite coal has reached a volume that these old pessimists never dreamed of, and with every prospect of Increase. We are running along every day now at a figure that would have been thought Impossible even a tew yeara ago. It seems as though the demand for hard ooal would never be affected by other fuels that come on the market. "There has been a good demand I have found by western dealers this week. The oold weather will make a big call on their stores and they are stocking up to meet It. This Increased -demand by dealers, more over, may Indicate an Increased consump tion of anthracite In this part of the coun try. I have not found that the dealers are carrying unusually large stocks, and there Is no reason why they should; as the price Is at Its winter mark now and they can order as they need coal without additional coat to them. Tho smaller sixes of coal were In poor demand a few weeks ago, but I find a much better call for It now. It looks to me ss though you were getting the anthracite habit mora firmly fixed on you out here every year." SPEAKS ON RACE SUICIDE President Dowllmgr of Crelghton Col lege Gives First of Series - Lootares. ' Under ths auspices of Crelghton College Alumni association a series of lectures will begin Wednesday night at ths collage hall. Father Dowllng, president of the Institu tion,' will give the flrst lecture on the sub ject, "Race Suicide." 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I searched for what I at last found. In this way my prtsortptton Dr. Bhoop's Restorative was perfected. My Books, shown below, tell ef my achievements. An achieve ment ts of no value until ths people are permitted to benefit by it. Bend for ths book you need. Learn now, what you will keen, and prise, for the rest of your life. Too much cannot be known about bow to keep well. Simply state which book you want and address Dr. Snoop, Box 8578, Ractoe, Wis. Book 1 enDvepenala. Hotik I on the Heart. Book t en the Kldaeys. Wa for Women. Book I for Men (sealed!. Book ea Rheumatism. Md cases, not chronic, are oftea cured by one or two bottles. At druggtsta B1SCUAM FILES A CtJHESI Erpsblican Bomine for Diitrict Court Clark Qatttioni Broadwell'i CUotion. CASE BASED ON RESULT OF OFFICIAL COUNT Canvaas of Votes Now In Fregreaa ss4 One of First Precincts Ulves Fenr Additional Ballots to Blagbaaa. W. W. Clngham, whs wss the repub lican nominee for clerk of the diet riot court, questions the election of Frank A. Broad well, democratic' nominee and present In cumbent of the office and baa filed notice of contest In the district court. The race between theae two nominees was extremely dose and many of Mr. Bingham friends feel that a contest of the vote is necessary to determine, who has been elected. Announcement was made Friday that the canvass of tho votes would begin yester day. When County Clerk Drexel and ills assistants begun the work of counting and tabulating the vote, they were notified that a contest had been declared and Attorney Byron O. Burbank and A. W. Jefferts, representing Mr. Bingham, visited the court house to go over the vote with the board for the purpose of gathering data upon avhloh as 4ase their contest. , The unofficial election returns seem to Indicate a plurality ef oeventy-four for Mr. Broad w a) 1, according to the representations snade by tht Bingham Interests. It Is held. however, that in a number of precincts the eount was made by Incompetent of ficials, that in others, ballots were diseased were legally entitled to figure In the totals, snd that In still other precincts the Judges bed got their figures so badly mixed mat it is Impossible to make a satisfactory count of their returns. ' Tomw Votes for Bingham. The canvasslnsr board hemn it i,hnn at o'clock and in the third nwlnxt I, canvassed, a discrepancy of four rotes in uingnams ravor waa found. The returns from this precinct, which was the Chicago precinct, near Elkhorn, seemed to Indicate that Broadwell had log votea, but errors wers round which reduced Broadweii'a vote to 104. Mr. Bingham's legal representatives watched the countine of this Vote by the ranvauli., Rn. carefully and claim that still another vote snouia have been IoddmI off from Broadwell's total as the mark In question which seemed to denote a tally, was merely an Ink spot and waa not Intended t,. counted. . ' , There are 102 m-eclncts to h Is the first three a mistake of four votes was found In Bingham's favor. Should an average of one vote for every alternate precinct be found In Blmhum', f.. , will he sufficient to give him a plurality of .uuuern votes. Should the canvass nreoliiiiia" th. bllity of just grounds on which to base the -contest. It will be dropped. In the vent a contest is WflflPAfl. If Will Kat before Judge Vlnaonhaler. Btates of America against Oeorgs it Jewett et a I, suit on bond. There are about 114 criminal cases oa the dooket of the United States district court for disposal. Most of these are cases of long standing, such ss minor counter teltiiHE, counterfeiting, violation of revenue: laws, selling liquor to Indiana, etc. Theee are la addition to the new cases that may be docketed by the forthcoming Inquisition Of the grand jury. PROMPT ACTION NECESSARY Karly Snsreme Conrt Derision oa Revenue BUI Seeded, gays City Attorney Wright. - "Wo hope to hsve a supreme court decision on the new revenue law before the Board of Review finishes it's sitting." said City Attorney Wright. "In case the statute Is declared unconstitutional the old law will be operative and the Board of Review will have the opportunity to correct all assessments accordingly. "There Is really serious doubt whether or not ths new law Is not unconstitutional because of apparent Inequalities n tg provisions. The vital questions are two. One is whether or not the assesment of banks upon their stocks, as against the assessment of mercantile firms on their stock and credit, does not effect a general Inequality, and the second relates to' the alleged nonunlformlty of Insurance assess ments. v "However the case may be decided It Is important for Omaha that action he with out delay." TAX SALE BECOMES A DRAG No Blddera for Property Encumbered by Special or Bonlevnrd Assessments. County Treasurer Elsasser announces that ths tax Bale bids fair to be pretty much of a failure because of the special or boulevard taxes, which have been as sessed against a considerable portion of the city's rest estate. During the first two days of the sale con siderable interest was manifested, but now the properties which are put up for sals go begging for want of bidders. In looking about for a reason for this state of affairs It was discovered that the property which was up for sale was burdened with the boulevard or special tax. After this dis covery had been made It was Impossible to effect the sale of any portion of the prop erty against which these assessments had been made DOCKET OF FEDERAL COURT Trial Calendar for November Term, Which Begins Monday, la tosg One. Ths trial calendar of the United States circuit court. District of Nebraska, has just or tns November term, which begins Monday. The first two days of ' the session will be ueruiea 10 me nearlng of motions, demur rers, etc.. snd inrw tH.i. .ifi . . Wednesday. The grand jury will assembloJ i p. ro. wonaay. ,', On the docket are thirty-one law and th r teen equity cases assigned for trial as fol lows: , New cases: November 11 John W. Borst against John L. Carson, summary order; Joseph Smith against Kani, it, a, iJ seph A Council Bluffs Railway Company et uunu, naoiiity; Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company against Charles S. Elgntter et at; John W. Borst against Roo ert W. Patrick, money; Richard 8. Hut ton, trjmtee, against Chicago House Wrecking Company, attachment. . November 12-Jane Johnson, admtnlatra trlx, against Mutual Benefit .Life Insurance Company; United States against Union P clflo Railroad Company at aL; United States trustee, against John S. Umman et al.; United States, trustee, against Llewellyn c' Browning et aL; City of South Omaha against Joseph Schllts Brewing Company all money cases. ( ' , November. U-Mary C. Zelgler against William Grove et al., damages; James Buckingham st al. against Charles W. ConWIng, da mages; Frans A. Bruckner against Union Pacific Railroad Company damages; Joseph E. Brig is against Albert C. Foster et al., money; John M. Harding against Albert C. Foster et al., money. November 14-Rachael E. Halght against Chicago. Burlington A Qulncy Railway Company! Charles N. Jackson, adminia trator, against Chicago, Milwaukee St Paul Railway Company; William Richmond against Joseph F. Wosab et al.; Willard M Balsbery against City of Omaha et al.. all damags cases, and Ortaha Cattle Loan Company against George U Reed et al., re plevin. November lfij-WIlllam E. Maxfleld sgalnst Chicago, Rock Island A Paelflo Railway Company, damageai Loulss B. Dunn against Aetna Life Insurance Company, money; Catherine E. He nne berry against Anna K. Bowman, ejectment; John Lavell against Cudahy Packing Company, dam ages; Middlesex Live Stock Company against Union Paelflo Railroad Company, damages. November IT George M- Wetter et al ! against Henry Meyer, contract; Anton Oaydesky against Swift and Company, damages: Fanny He v man n. wtitMi i against Tracy Brothers Company, money otaiy: i;. w. utiamatr. arainat r-ht. -4 A Northwestern Railway Company, dam ages; vaniei b. Reardon against C. E. Murphy, damages. ' November 1-Henry J. Hughes against Weetern Real Estate Trustees et al, dam, ages, Ths following thirteen equity cases are noticed for trial: United States against John Farrell et al, to cancel patent; Henry Fielding against Union Trust Company, re ceivership; Sattley Manufacturing Com pany . against Linlnger A Metcalf Com pany. Injunction; United States against Southern California Paelflo Railroad Company, to cancel patent; National Life Inauranoe Company against B. T. Joaelyn st al; Korthweetern Mutual Life Insurance Company against W. J. Connell et al; New Hampshire Savings Bank st al against Plattamouth Gas and Electric Light Com pany: Joseph C. Qulnlan. trusts. ain. Margaret Nagl; Alliance Trust Company against tuverside Hereford Cattle Company et al, foreclosure; Farbenfabrlken of Elber. feld Company against Linoola Drug Com pany; National Phonograph Company againat Tba Wlttman Company; H. F. Bramseer Manufacturing Company againat international Manufacturing Company et al. Injunction. In ths United States district court for tho district or Nebraska ths following eases era set for trial on November 1: Hugo O. Braunllch, suing for damages, himself and ths United States againat The International Manufacturing Company; Jo. aeph Duffy, Harry Fullen, Involuntary bankruptcy;. United otat.s of America against Thomas A. Twins st al and United WILL DEFER v THROUGH LINE troet ' Car Company Compelled to Poetpone Completing- Itonto to Dundee. General Manager Smith of the Omaha & Council Bluffs B'.rect Railway company' an nounces that owing to some difficulty In lo cating switches and arranging the schedule for the car service satisfactorily the through service to Dundee by the Farnam street line will not be opened until about November 18. It was the" Intention of the company to be in shape to start this much expected service Monday next, but these difficulties having arisen It will be Impossi ble to carry out the plan. Whether every car will run through to the end of the line or whether every other one will make the trip has not been fixed. . LOCAL BREVITIES. -Judge Day will hold court In Sarpy county two days next week. The Central Park Improvement club will hold a social session Monday evening at the v nerry rim cnapei. The AUgretta Assembly club will give the third of a series of dances at New Turner halt Thursday night. Ieave of absence for two months 1ms been granted Brigadier General Camlllo C. C. Carr, U. 6. A., at Fort Riley, Ira Scott, a jeweler of Hastings, Neb., has filed his voluntary petition In bankruptcy In the United States district court. His liabilities nre scheduled at 8541.37 and his assets at $36. 50. The first Industrial meeting of the Ladies of the U. P. K. C. will he held at the home of Mrs. F. M. Smiths, 3808 Worth Eighteenth street next .Wednesday afternoon. Jphn Kelly, a professional vagrant, drew ten days in police court, and his partner, J. W. Privy, who added insobriety to his charge, got the same length of time. Judge Estelle of the criminal division of the district court Is st Elmwood, where he is to deliver an address upon the occasion Of the unveiling of a soldiers' monument. Mrs. Frank Heller will address the Philo sophical society at Its Sunday afternoon meeting upon "A Late Guess In Educa tion" In the east parlor of the Paxton ho tel at 3:30 p. m. Andrew Tucker, colored, who was con victed in the district court last week of murder in the second degree, was to have been sentenced by Judge Estelle yester day, but announcement was made that sentence would be given Munday. Tucker was convicted of the murder of William Sappho in South Omaha during July. The Central Park Improvement club will hold Its next regular meeting Monday even ing at the Cherry Hill Congregational church. Forty-second and Saratoga streets. A full attendance has been requested as Councilman Evans, Mr. Moriarty and oth-j era have promised to be present. After the business meeting a program will be given. Jennie Kennedy has filed a petition In the Ul.trflt court asking 815,000 damages from the city railway company. It is al leged that on Auguat :, while alighting from a car, ahe waa thrown to the pave ment and sustained aerlous snd permanent injuries. The alleged accident is said to have occurred on Broadway, Councjl Bluffs, in the vicinity of the Northwestern depot. A continuation ef the arguments In the application of the Swift racking company lr a temporary Injunction which shall retrain the city council of South Omaha frwj ptissing an ordinance now before it which cives a right-of-way and additional trackage facilities to the Union Pacific railway In South Omaha was made before Judge Dickinson yesterday. It Is. ex pected that a ruling upon the application til oe announced juonuay. 1 ' APPRAISERS - COME TUESDAY Meat to Valae Water Worka Wire ' Onee More Fltlng Date of Their Arrival. . Telegrams received at the city hsll from the water works appraisers advise that they will be here for a session beginning Tuesday, November 10. City Engineer Rosewater is still detained at Ann Arbor, Mich., however, by his son's illness and has wired that he cannot return by that date. Further communication has been opened with him to, learn whether this is absolute. If so, the sitting of the board will be sgaln postponed, ss the presence of the city engineer Is imperative. Accused of Embesslemea t. Sam Wsterman, a young man until re cently In the employ of the Union Mercan tile company, Is held at police station on the chsrge of emheizltng 112 from the com pany. The complaint Hied against Water man Is subscribed to lv Meyer Horn, a traveling man. who Is connected with the concern. The complaint alleges thst Water man collected the money from customers of the company October IS and has failed to turn it In or make any satisfactory accounting thereof. ' Old Women Are Fined. , The theft of 10 cents' worth of coal from a flat car In the ysrds of the Burlington a week sgo cost two aged women M.fiO each in police court. Mrs. Mary Duskey, Second and Pierce streets, sttn Mrs. Alice Patorea. Third street and Poppleton ave nue, both pleaded guilty to the charge when brought up before Judge Berka for arraignment. Mortality Statistics. Ths following birth snd death hsve been reported to the Board of Health: Births Kmil Klassner, 606 Woolworth avenue, girl; W. R. Pendleton, 4003 North Twenty-fifth street, girl; William J. Car wood. S(X)6 Pouth Twenty-first street, girl. , Death Albert S. Day, 220 South Four teenth street, 48. 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Headquarters for Correct Ideas in -Furniture, Rugs and Draperies i A few of the man BARGAINS to be found on our floors: t v Furniture Furniture , ...... $10.00 Couch covered In figured velour on 28-Inch frame and six j y P"V feet two Inches long patent steel construction 3eU Twenty dollar Couch covered In Imitation leather r.' .rut 4 t ft steel construction else of couch, twenty-eight inci.i wide, 1 r I II I six feet two inches lung V Bed Quilts that retail for 12.75, $2.60 ard S2.2B yourtcholce v alle they 1 1c last for ,.. ' IaO 80IM Oak Seat Dining Chairs Q5C Curtains Curtains Monday morning we will sell ths curtains displayed In our WEST 1 IS WINDOW for each lSaO MONDAY AND TUESDAY we will also sell all our 17.00 Irish Folnt, E nfl Brussels Point, Arab and Cluny Lace Curtains for per 'pair 0vVl Your choice of all our five and six dollar Tapestry Portieres r fm for per pair O.yu SEE US ABOUT RUGS, , Baker Furniture Co. 1315-17-19 Farnam St. 1 The Bee Building: is the standard of office excellence in Omaha. If you office there your nddress is as gotd a recommendation as the character of the people with whom you go. BS?iM Bll-f' "ant room with good light and. waa recently decorated. This room la a very pleasant ofneo both winter nnd summer. The sent includes light, heat, water and janitor service. Rental price per month , " sitka ROOM 8ou This Is the only large room In the building vacant' It ' fces Farnam street and is as handsome a room aa there is In the building. The suite con. ale ef a waiting room and two private offices, so that It would be admirably suited for two professions! I1 L . ; lttre burglar.proof vault ani is a most desirable nmM 5i2?m '? eVe7 ireBpf rf Rntal price per month gfiO.tXi ROOM Itltt mis room Is located 011 the second floor. Jt. faces the broad corridor off of the court. It Is the only medium sized room in the building vacant and ia a very ploasant, desirable office. Rental price per month , ilttott R. C. PETERS & CO., Rental Agent. v Ground Floor, Tho Bee Bulldlnj -e BUSINESS STinifLATOR'a UBB WANT ADS TRIALS of' MOTHERHOOD I suffered for nine and al'dbouffh we 885 Dread Street. PgiLxogirniA.'PA.. June 12. 190B. r nine veart with ovarian troubles making Hg a burden tomveelf u well as to nxy family. During that tine I kai two nisoamgffe. lanced fur a child to bless our home this seemed immaaible. I kadamnaut verkmo Uni.. !.. ..t 1. L- Li. x . Zzn ing through my limbi with frequent heaHachee. 1 felt sick at my ttsoiaoh and vomited frequently end iu m3 naekeipedutBaUll tried W ineof Caxdui j urn 017 penerai neaicu improvea, ice pams rartaalty lessened and after 13 weeti 1 wi well. I asxsew . s . the happy tnvther of a boy eighteen nontk old and my husband jiai me in sending heaxtieit thanks to you Au 7 L, f' mr, for. your splendid medicine. Witheut.it, J Mlitxebtmlkluijai ppfMi weliaother. e1 -"("Tnr'' JTrT1- ' X It W3s not stianfe tit Mrc. Nirdiicgo-ahnuldia nu&ericg ninx 7 ta with DVKiantraiiblcs. This wrralmc3S male herunequal 0 lhe task of bringing a Lcakhj child "into -thcr world. Bearing down piles mif ovarian diseases naultimmihe UnSammaiion amtl cnoiueqiieat Twalasiuig n the musdn xnii :iistmmti wLkh hold thiemaie rgaraJa jlact. Tbcy xither fall nf iheir awm -.weight nr mms atrain -which TwxuiLd mot 'te Jell 'Aa iraM;, xauoa .the tro ublr. . ByTtgulafeg oncrJrtruatioi;, "Wince? Cardiii banisha inJamntion from iho eatiAbiirrfnrm JhpTrtwnffth ened 'ligaments bring the orgus back to their-pnoper place. Thiiia what YHxssal CkrduldidJor Ha. Xk4&egc. She aa restoml to health wid.rtireugth.aad gives Wine txt Caxdui the credit of anaking'her subieto'Jeooaa:liar-mrtto. There are nuny 'suffering women who think that health .can never be theirs became they caaadtMcuae the terviaes of a rrest tpedaJirt. .But we wantto say-right here that while Miv Iflrflinger lives in Jhiladebphia, ji pest crater., aha dejridd Wix of CAidwim-vxurcAndshc vm mod. Wul.you tak.itf .All ihajQiata .sell 1JQD iwttka cJ XTma of Qoxki.