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THE OMAIIA DAILY J1EE: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMHEK 11, 190.1.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA. .-( COUNCIL BLUFFS. MI.VOR MK5TI05. Davis sells drug, lyffert's glawes tit. Storkert sella rarpt. A atore for men "Beno's." Celebrated Mats beer on tap. Keumayer. Diamond betrothal rings at Leffert's, 409 firoadn-ay. 14-K and 18-K wedding rings at Leffert's Hrond WHJ. Pyrogrsphy outfit and supplies. C. E. Ale-iauder A Co., li Broadway. Mrs, Arthur II. I-ufTer of Fort Larnrd, Kan., la the guest of her brother, is'. M. Little, ou Klrst avanue. The Woman's auxiliary of Orare Fpla opal church '111 hold its regular meeting Thuradny afternoon in tha church parlors. For rent, office room ground floor; ona f the moat central locations In the busl tM9 portion of tha city. Apply to Tha lie office, city. Work on the new exchange building 6f the Nobrnslia Telephone company on Scott street has been miKpi-nded, awaiting tha ar rival of heavy timbers. A marriage llcuse via Issued yesterday to C. L. SelM-r, aged 25, and Aiargaret Clay, ton, aged 2X, both of Omaiia. Justice Our en officiated at tha wedding. The LadlnS Aid society of 8t. John's Eng lish Lutheran church will meet Thursday Xtermwn at (11 West Broadway, where tha members ara conducting a rummage sale. Krod Joti.-e. ona of tha three young men charged with robbing W. W. Stilt ot Imo gene. la., while in a hack one night about a week ago, and whom appearance bond of SU4 was ordered forfeited, haa not yet been lo.'atcd by tha police. William Clinton 1U11. aged 64 years, died late Monday night at Ms home, 1627 Avenue C Hla wife and one son aurvlve him. 'The funeral will be held this afternoon at 1:30 o clock from the residence and burial will be in Walnut llill cemetery. The funeral of 8. J. Filbert will bo held at 4 o'clock this afternoon from the family residence, 713 Mill street, and Interment will bo in Kalrvlew cemetery. Rev. W. 8. llarr.es, pastor of the First Presbvterlan church, will conduct the services. General Z. T. Sweeney will lecture this evening at the high school auditorium on the subject, 'The Golden Ago." Thla lec ture is the opening number of the Elks' en tertainment course which the lodge la offer ing to tha people of Council Blurts this win ter. Robert fltevenson ha been arreated, charged with being Implicated with F). D. McClelltnil In the robbery of the Hermsen (Jroeery company's store on South Main street Haturday night. The grand Jury will Investigate the tune and in the meantime , Stevenson has been sent to Join McCellund at the county Jail. Matters In District Court. W. A. Smith, who secured tho contract for the Boyer river cut-off section of the Harrison-Pottawattamie county drainage ditches, was made defendant in an injunc tion suit brought In the district court yes terday by A. I). Soarles of thin city. Searles waa grunted a temporary Injunction re straining Smith and his employes from constructing a dam at a point about the commencement of the Boyer river cut-off ditch. Searles alleges that the construc tion of the dam by Smith is for the pur pose of diverting the water from its regu lar channel over and along the route mapped out by the engineers for the new ditch, and that by so doing the force of the flow of tha water will cut out the ditch, the contract for the construction ot which Smith waa awarded. Further, Searlea alleges that the dam will tend to throw the water back on his land. Mrs. Blanche Wool ley waa granted a dl. Vo.ce from I. C Woolley, and F. C. Kuhn a, divorce from Augusta Kuhn. Desertion was charged. In,. both cages,, . ,. . The suit of Bertha . Quatteragalnst C. Qelse for wagea alleged to be due her, and for $1,000 damagea for alleged assault by Mra. Qelse, was tried before a Jury, which brought ' In a sealed verdict at 10 o'clock last night. It Is said the jury awarded the plaintiff $1,000 in all. Family Washing At a Very Low Rate We have recently made additions to our facilities and are prepared to do FAMILT WASHING on a large scale and at a very low rate. Any finish desired on SHIRTS, - COLLARS and CUFFS. Telephone 290 Knd wa will mail you a folder giving fu'.l particulars for family work and our low price plan. L' Evans Laundry Co- 522 Pearl St. Council Bluffs LEWIS CUTLER UftBTTPTl V II FmH U Council stUuffk. 'Phn n SALOON FIGHT IS BITTER Effort! of Ontiideri to Bring About a Com promise Ara Fu'.ile. MORE INJUNCTION PETITIONS FILED Indications that Trouble Had Ita Origin la effort to Secure H moral of Local Agent of tho Stora Company, The saloon fight In Council Bluffs la still on, and neither Bide appears willing to back down. If anything, tha relations be tween the warring factions became fur ther strained yesterday, and no one is able to foretell the outcome. Disinterested parties attempted to effect a truce yester day, but failed. As a starter for the day. Attorney Ben jamin, yesterday morning commenced In junction sulta against tha four remaining saloons owned by the Star Brewing com pany In thla city, and .which, through some oversight, he had overlooked Mon day. Then Attorney Wadswurth for tha other side proceeded to the district court and filed the petitions In his Injunction suits against the saloons owned by C. E. Poors, Kd Sherlock and C. K. Armour. The hearing on the application for tem porary restraining orders In these cases la set for next Saturday. By the filing of the suit against the saloon conducted by C. E. Armour, It will be seen that the Krug ifrewlng company of Omaha Is brought Into the fight. Attorney Benjamin still declines to make public the Identity of his clients, and stated yesterday that possibly this would remain a secret throughout the entire pro ceedings. On the other hand, Attorney Wadswurth stated that from Information ha had in his possession It was evident that the light made by Benjamin and his "clients" was not so much against tha Stors Brewing company as against tha lrttter's local representative, W. A. Wells. The fight, Mr. Wadsworth said, had been started by certain saloon men who were opposed ) Wells, and that Attorney Ben jamin had at one time since the filing of the suits against the Blue Ribbon and I'innell saloons offered to withdraw them providing the Stors Brewing company re moved Wells from his position here. It Is understood that the Stors Brewing company Is standing back of Wells, and has refused to remove him. Mr. Wads worth stated further, yesterday, that tha suits brought by him against the other saloons was no bluff on his part, and that If the fight against the Stors saloons was persisted in every saloon In Council Bluffs would be closed. The city ' authorities are becoming alarmed, as the closing of the saloons would severely cripple tha municipal finances. Mayor Morgan and Chief of Po lice Tlbblts held a long conference with Attorney Wadsworth yesterday afternoon, but according to the mayor nothing re sulted from It. . " riiimblgn and heating." Blxb' A Bon." Official Canvass of Vote. Footings made of the official sanvass by the Board of County Supervisors of the vote cast at the general election last week show but a few minor changes from tho figures already published. The following are the totals and pluralities: Total For governor: Vote. Plurality. Cummins, rep 5.1M 1.327 Sullivan, dem 3,832 For state senator: Saunders, rep 6.122 1,254 Ware, dem 3,8ti8 .... For representatives; ' Freeman, rep 5,07? 1,047 Martin, rep 4.932 iWO Hates, dem 4.02H .... Hetzel, dem 3,908 For county treasurer: Conslgny, rep 4.661 250 Reed, dem 4,411 For sheriff: Canning, rep 5.060 1,064 O'Neill, dem 3,9 For Hupcrlntt ndent of schools: McManus, rep 6.043 1,091 Rankin, dem 8,962 For coroner: Treynor. rep 6.127 1.227 Hombai'h, dem '. S.9U0 .... For county rurveyor: Tostevln, rep , 6,135 1.M6 Judson, dem 3 869 .... For members Board of Supervisors: Mullls, rep.- 4.878 717 Spencer, rep 4.SH9 678 Dye, dem 4.161 .... Maxfteld. dem 4.008 In canvassing the vote for township offi cers yesterday It was found that J. H. Turner, republican, and R. E. William, democrat, hod received a tie vote for Jus tice of the peace In Washington township. Straws were drawn and Turner won out. N". T. Plumbing Co.. Tel. 260. Night, F-667. Sheriff-Elect Nantes Deputies. Sheriff-elect Ed Canning announced yes terday his selection of deputies. He did so at this early date In order to relieve him self from the constant annoyance of being Importuned by the hundred or more men who were anxious to serve under him. His deputies will be as follows: C. E. Wool man, a member of the fire department and a former member of company L, Fifty- first Iowa volunteers, who served through the Philippine campaign; Thomas McCaf fery. a resident of the Sixth ward, and at present In the employ of the street railway company as a mntorman; W. A. Grone weg, at present office deputy under Sheriff Cousins, which position he will hold under Mr. Canning. F. M. Gallup of Underwood will be county Jailer, and Fred Peterson will be retained by Mr. Canning as court bailiff and deputy sheriff. The appointments at Avoca are still open, and will not be announced until after Mr. Canning's return from Denver, where he went last night on a visit to relatives. NOT READY TO SIGN A WAIVER County Board Will Investigate Claim for Swamp Land In damnify. The Board of County Supervisors yes terday decided to make further Investiga tion before signing a waiver of any claim against the government for unadjudicated swamp land refunds. The supervisors took the position that It there was anything coming from the government, Pottawatta mie county might get It, however little It might be. While It Is believed that the ex pense attendant upon proving up any swamp land refund claims would amount to almost the entire refund, the board con cluded that nothing would be lost by giving the matter further Investigation, and this will be done today by County Attorney Klllpack, who In company with Special Agent Holslngtan of the general land of fice will look ever the swamp landa In Crescent and Lewis townahlps. The bonds of the recently elected county officers, who will assume office January L were fixed as follows: County treasurer, $200,000; sheriff, $10,000; superintendent of schools, $1,000; surveyor. $2,000; coroner, $1,000; deputy sheriffs, $2,000; justices of the peace, constables and all other county officers, $1,000. Superintendent Rothert of the Iowa School for the Deaf called the attention of the board In a communication to the dangerous condition of the road crossing Mosquito creek, near the old paper mill, especially the part between the tracks of the Milwaukee and Rock Island railroads. In the matter of the claim of S. H. Ford for $35 for storage of a stock of liquor seised under a search warrant from a Jus tice court in January, 1900, the county at torney gave It as hla opinion that the county was not liable, and the claim was rejected. The Paclfio Express company, which had been assessed for taxation by the state executive council for operating the line of the Omaha Bridge and Terwlnal Railway company, notified the board yesterday that It did not operate over this line, and re quested that the assessment accordingly be annulled. Real Estate Transfers. These transfer were filed yesterday In the abstract, title and loan office of Squire & Annis, 101 Pearl street: County treasurer to Ada E. Waddell, lots 7, II. 0, block 11, Wright's add t d Same to J. A. I,. Waddell, lots 7 and 8, blcck 12. Wright's add. t. d........... t Same to same, lots 17 and 18, block 9. Wright s add, t. d... 1 Same to John Toller, lots 3 and 4. block 14, Potter & Cobbs' 1st add; lot 12, block 86. and lot 14, block 69. Riddles' subdiv, t. d 12 W 8. Cooper and wife to Kdna B. . Mitchell, lot 6, block 11. Everetfa add, except s5 feet, w. d... ........... Droge Bros; to Charles Frederick Da via. eH aw ae44 1-74-44. w. d...... X.8E0 Heirs of Stephen D. Davis to same, e 19 acrea sw ee 1 and wV4 nwS4 ne 12-74-44. except R. R.. w. d.... ......... 1 Louisa B. Arlen and husband to Mary Lvnch. lota 1 and 2. block , Pierce a subdiv, w. d 200 Trustees for Henry McComb Bangs to Peter Rasmussen, block 79, Rail- road add, w. d Q Total nine transfers $3,696 MUCH TALK, BUT wTPOWDER Industrious Iowa Correspondent Baa Difficulty Finding; Proof of Earl bant Plot. DE8 MOINES, Nov. 10. It Is common talk today among the detectives here work ing upon the Rock Island dynamite holdup case that the Chicago office has received another threatening letter and that within the last two or three days. When pressed to make some definite statement, each man refused to make known any Information he may be In possession of. The right-of-way between this city and Earlham, thirty miles. Is still being pa trolled, a man being stationed every two miles. Each guard walks up and down his beat the whole night long. The two suspects detained here are not seriously regarded aa having any connection with the affair. Charge Polleemaa with Grafting. SIOUX CITT, la.. Nov. 10. (Special Tele gram.) After several days Investigation the Jury this afternoon returned two In dictments against Ed Anderson, captain of the police force, one charging him with conspiracy to Injure the public morals and the other with accepting a bribe. J. H. Blgelow, proprietor of a slot machine busi ness hrourht the charcea after he had been J fined In police court for operating a gambling device. He said he had paid An I riorann for nratectlon on various occasions. Before the grand Jury he had witnesses who testified they had seen the money paaa Into Anderson's hands. Anderson said It was money Blgelow had borrowed from him. Anderson has furnished bonds and is at liberty. VOTE FOR GRANDMA! Handsoma Prizes for tfio Most Popular Grandmas First Prize Ded Room Suite Second Prize.... Morris Chair Third Prize Upholstered Rocker DeI,ONO'S GRANDMA VOTING CONTEST starts out with 23 contestants, and there is plenty of room for more. The Grandma Voting Contest will- run four weeks, during which time you are entitled to one vote for each cent of your purchases at iKl.ong s. either In the stationery or printing departments, and you.may vote for any lady in Council Hluffa who la a grandma. The three grandmas receiving the highest number of votes will be entitled to tho three prise mentioned above. Tha Prizes In this Contest are on Exhibition In the Show Windows of the Petersen &Schoenlog Co. Pearl Street 51 J e. They will remain there throughout the contest, and you are cordla'ly In vited to call and lnapect them. The lady winning the first prise may sub stitute a line couch fur the bed room suite if preferred Commencing today the vote will be counted daily at p. m. and at o'clock on eturday. Trtnt.-d bullotlns for free dlmrlbuUon will b laaued every morning showing how the vim stood the night before. The ballot will al.j be printed in the tiunduy ni'Wiapers. Now la the. tlmo to voU for your favorite, and If she la not In the list, get her started at oiu-e and other friends will vote for her aluo. Vote given on stationery. iKu kn, srho..! supplies, fountain pons, perfumes and toilet articles a" 'crfe "nv i i'l i mjic v k k i''c L"n Ttr TZltutinUu nd " olhar HARVEY A. DeLONG PRINTER AND STATIONER ' 307 Broadway . Council DIuf fs. tHWWee Official Vote 'of Monona. ONAWA. Ia., Nov. 10. (Special Tele gram.) The Monona county Board of Su- . pervlsors has completed the official cau I vass of votes. Governor Cummins haa a majority of 443; Will C. Whiting, represent ative, 69; county treasurer. H. Tlllson, dem., 84; sheriff, Rawlinga, dem., 189; su pervisor, Lamb, dem., 66; superintendent of schools. Lark, republican, 400; surveyor, Fessenden, rep., 223; coroner, Huff, rep., 202. Governor Cummins leads Lieutenant Governor Herrlott 4 votes In the county. Drives All Before It. Achea and pains fly before Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. Bo do sores, pimples, bolls, corn and plies, or no pay. 26c For sale by Kuhn & Co. FIND gQNDS IN A HOVEL Chicago Police Discover that Mary Oliver Waa a Woman of Wealth. CHICAGO, Nov. lO.-Mra. Mary Oliver, a widow aged 60, has been found dead In the squalid basement of a tenement house where aha had lived as a recluse twenty five years. When the police searched the plaro they found United States bonds and other securities to tha value of $60,000. Neighbors say the woman's estate is val ued at more than $600,000. Her death waa from natural causes. Hardly a dosen feet from the spot where the .old woman lay James Alderdlce, aa old man who had for years collected the rents for a number of houses owned by Mra Oliver and St tended' to all her business, was found djliig frvm an suplectic stroke. WANTS A JUVENILE PRISON Judge Robinson Believes Young Can Thui Be Saved to Good Citiienihlp. 0L0 POLK C0UHTY FEUD IS REVIVED Inldentlfled rartlra Make as Attempt t'pon the Life of John Fennell, an Old Man Who Lives Alona "ear Polk City. (From a Btaff Correspondent.) DEB MOINE8, Nov. 10. (Special.) The sixth annual Conference of Charities and Corrections for Iowa opened here this evening with fair 'attendance. The event of the evening session was the address of the president, Judge G. 8. Robinson ot Bloux City, member of the Board of Con trol, who presented a brief review of the work done. He spoke of true charity and pointed out -that It does not consist of Indiscriminate giving ot alms, but of Judicious aid to the needy. He urged that laws should be made and sustained by an educated publlo sentiment, to prevent the union of men ' and women who. In consequence of well ascertained laws of nature would be apt to produce Imbecile, diseased, vicious, or otherylse degenerate children. He spoke of the great work which has been done In Iowa for the de pendent classes and added: Although the state has hospitals for the Insane It lacks adequate provision for the epileptics, for the tubercular, the crip pled. The state has no provision In Its laws Tor the proper treatment of Juvenile offenders, who should not be Imprisoned nor be permitted to associate with habit ual criminals. The state has Industrial schools and penitentiaries, but lacks the Intermediate prisons to which the young convicts, not hardened by repeated crimes and not beyond appeals for better living, may be sent and there separated from the habitual offenders, be Instructed In books and trades, trained In habits of In dustry and be given the power and the Inclination to support themselves by hon est work and to be law abiding citizens. The conference was welcomed to the city by Governor Cummins. During the meet ing there will be a large number of papers and addresses by prominent students of sociology and the discussions are expected to take a wide range. Old Fend In Central lows. An old feud has broken out near Polk City In this county and a third attempt was made last night to murder John Fen nell, a defenseless, but wealthy old man. Pennell Is a miser and Uvea alone, but he has Incurred the enmity of a number of persons. He Incurred the violent 111 will of a near relative many years ago and that relative was afterwards mur dered. Last night a stranger appeared at his window and threatened him with a revolver. Pennell sprang from his bed and a fight followed and the Intruder fell to the ground. Several shots were fired at htm In the dark and Pennell does not know whether any Injury was Inflicted. About twenty-two years ago Robert Btubbs, a son-in-law of Pennell, was murdered and a 1 feud between famflllea followed. Other relatives have been drawn Into the trouble from time to time and It Is be lieved that the attempts on Pennell's life have been more from revenge than from any desire to rob him. Efforts are being made to find lh person or persons who attacked Pennell jast night. Grlnnelt Company May Disband. Inspection of the National Guard com pany at Grtntfefl 'on account of the resig nation of the captain, . disclosed the fact that the company is In bad condition and unless there is an armory built the com pany will probably be disbanded. Postmaster Goes Wrong. Cornelius M. Robinson, postmaster at Morley, Jones county, waa arreated today and taken before a United States commis sioner on a charge of falling to account for about $1,100 In cash that belonged to tho government. He had taken the money, so It Is alleged, a little at a time, and his shortage was not discovered until quite re cently. He left when the facts became, known and had been, at large some time and was not arrested Until today. In the district court today Judge Howe hold that the trustees of the North Des Moines Methodist Episcopal church Were not guilty of fraud. They had purchased the Prospect Park Methodist Episcopal church, against which there waa a claim of $16,000. and the holder of the claim at tempted to enforce it against them on the ground that abandonment of the old or ganisation and formation of the new was for the purpose of committing fraud. The court held otherwise. Claim Woman la Innocent. Des Moines friends of Mrs. Betsy Smith are preparing to move upon the legislature for a pardon for her. She la serving time in the penitentiary for murder of her hus band. Since her incarceration her daugh ter. Just before committing suicide In the penitentiary, confessed that she alone waa responsible for the death of Mr. Smith, lha pardon will be asked on the ground that Mrs. Smith is Innocent. The last legisla ture refused to consider the matter. Others who have already given notice of intention to ask for pardon are: Thomas Watson of Mills county, William Tool of Sac county, F. P. Watklns of Monona county, L. r! Van Tassel of Chickasaw county, Frank Hall of Pottawattamie county, O. . Wil liams of Union county, Clarence Mills of Davis county. John O. Steel of Monroe county and W. F. Glyndon of Story county. All are Ufa termers for murder In first degree. . Cattle Judging Class. The animal husbandry department of tha Iowa State college has announced the names of the five students who "will represent the college In the International student stock Judging contest to be held at Chicago dur ing the International Live Stock exposition from November 28 to December S. They are: W. A. Tener. Brevard, N. C.; C. E. Howard, New Providence.-7a.; E. A. Stout Stout, la., and H. B. Ellenberger. Ames! Ia., all from tha junior class, and F. m' Hansen, Goldfleld, Ia., of the senior class. Wltaesaea Held to Be larellablo. The first of the trlsls of constables and township officers accused of accepting Homely people never use Ayer's Hair Vigor. Ever think of that?-2. What Rubber Shoe Do You Wear? Didn't you know there was a differ ence in rubbers? There wasn't, until recently, when Selz Royal Blue Rubbers were put on the market. Your dealer was as indifferent as you; he didn't know and perhaps he didn't care. He's caring now, and you will, after you've tried a pair of these better-than-usual rubbers. Put up one pair in a box; like shoes. Costs the same as the old kind, plus the trouble of asking for Selz Royal Blue Rubbers. CHICAGO. ' ' ' LtlTMt ntkera of good ba fa tfc world. This Underwear costs no more than the better grades of wool. But tbere4 the comparison ends. From the view tolntg of health and comfort it la as superior to wool as gold to brass. Booklet telling all shoot It and tha garments may ba had At Leading Dealers Everywhere The Del me I Linen-Mesh Co. (Originatun ol "Linen-Mash"). 491 Breaswajr, New York. DR. CHARLES FLESH FOOD For the) Form and Complexion. m4 Be hrnif hn etnn aae womw at fuhlsa M un tau inn. Wlitmi tppll. tt to Isruntlr tbnrM turns tha iwi at taa skis, mat iU ww4.rfui s.trltloe tMa lb. lutlu t MUM, Reaaevlng Wrinkles a If kr BMgto, as. plloatlas .tun ka1ag s rvaaitokl. lawran- DR. Olillill rLBsK rooo la k. tmit tb. ml npu lloa kaowv ta wti'Ml kIum that will round out kllow. fa the BMk eaa CdT lMaJUr tkia akMka, ansa FOR DEVELOPING TUB BUST, ar kraute ahranku from mining It ka th. kujlMst lna.rwn.at et ahr.lrl.na Tw bai Is aftu af I ta BMk. lb tux krm. Urn u4 kwutltal. SOLD BY CBrAATMSNT BTUkg AMD DRCO-, OIBTS. .okt rl II OS a kos. but ta all whe Use mi- Tuup of tht. SPECIAL OFTKIt u4 mo4 a. aoa tollw will SM4 twe (I) koiM, la plti. wrappw. 11 I) tl fl A wmp). boa mt our book, 1 I L ti "ART OF MASSAOa." fully t himratetf. will b. wilt rra. to .a tf aaadlag tt east! to hi to eo at amlllng., Aadiaaa DR. CHARLES CO. 5&&tFa On sale at Bbermaa A lfoCounaU Drug Cev mm n JS pacific ateto1'' If 11 SHORTEST LINE FASTEST TIME J TWO THROUGH TRAINS DAILY II Handsomely Equipped wltrt Fret Reclining Ctialr Cart, Dining Cart, Msali a la earta, fj Pullman Palace Sleeping Cart, Buffet Smoking and Library Cart. II TeurlU Steeping Cart a Specially. Plntsoh Light Steam Heal, tie. 1 1 DAYLIGHT RIDE OF II 200 MILES ALONG THE BEAVTIFVL COLVNDIA RIVER. fl VV Full Information eheerfnlly fnralsbed on application to S X ' City Ticket Of nee. 1324 Farnpm St X JN Phone JI6, bribes resulted this afternoon lit failure of conviction. Constable Dalley waa placed on trial, and evidence Introduced to show that he has received a bribe from a drug gist who desired to be shielded from tha law. The court ruled that the evidence was entirely by disreputable women, and that It was not supported by witnesses who could be i believed, and the case was therefore dismissed. It is expected that moat of the Indictments will end the same way. Supposed Pauper la Rick. Joe Walkenhelmer, an aged bachelor, living In a hovel In Sevastopol, a suburb of thla city, was found dead In his bed this morning. Walkenhelmer, who lived In a miserly way, was reputed to be a pauper, but when his place was searched a will was found leaving 3,000 In cash to rela tives In 8t. Louis. THREAT OF TRADE REPRISALS Member of Canadian Parliament Makes Sneh Prediction In Chicago Speech. CHICAGO. Nov. 10 In the course of sn address before the Illinois Manufacturers' association tonight John Charlton, M. P., aa!d: It Is a question of Interest to tha Ameri can manufacturer whelhv ha ahall con tinue to be permitted to enter tha Canadian market of a great preaent and Infinitely greater prospective value upon aubstan. tially tha same terma as at preaent. ot whether he ahall be excluded from It by tariff legtaletlon aa drastic aa that of tha I'nlted Si tee has been for tha laat genera tion. Tha aubatantlal continuance of prevent Canadian tariff condition, can only be secured by Important In r I IT concessions on the part of the United elates. The Bee Building: is the standard of office excellence in Omaha. If you office thee your address is as good a recommendation as the character of the people with whom you go. R2PiM Bts f leasant room with good light and was recently dooorated. HUB room la a very pleasant offloo both winter and summer. The tent Includes light, heat, water and Janitor service. Kental price per month SIT. 50) HOUM This Is the only large room In the 'building" vacant.' Tt l.acf?i arnom 8tret ' aa handsome a room aa there la In the building. The suite conslsta of a waiting room and two private omcea. so that It would lie admirably suited for two profeasi inal men. It haa a large burglar-proof vault anl la a moat deslrabla ?!Ut ?..S fB ,n every fapeot. Rental price per month aftO.OO kuun This room Is located on the snrond noor. It fanes tha broad corridor off of tha court. It la the only medium aised room In the building vacant and is a very pleaaant, desirable office. Kental price per month glfl.OO r. c. Meters & co. Rental Ageot. Ground Floor, The Bee Bulletin.- $500.00 REWARD The above reward will be paid to any one furnishing Information which will lead to the arrest snd conviction of the parties guilty of robbing the Con ductor and Motorman on one of this Company's cars at Thirty -aecond and Martha streets on the evening of Saturday, November 6th. OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET RAILWAY CO. I'M'! a i; a ai ari at t.k., ' rM I : atiityi u B IJ R I li E S S STIMULATORO 2 BBE WJINT JID8 IT'S -