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IXivIri mllfi dm.
IjHtTfrfw glasses fit.
Ktorktrt pells csrpwt.
A stors for mun "Bno's."
Celebrated Mt beer on tap. Neumayer.
Diamond betrothal rings at Leffert's, 40
14-K and M-K wedding rings at Loffert's,
409 Broadway.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Welch
yesterday, a daughter.
Miss Baker's china sale. November 30, Ds
cember 1 and 2. 4u6 Oakland avenue.
Colonel W. J. Davenport and R. II.
Bloomer aro In Chicago on a business trip.
Mint Arkwrlght. Christmas sale Novem
ber 2R to December 5. Htucilo, SM Mynster St.
Mr. and Mrs. K. I.. Hhugart Hiid Mr. and
Mrs. T. I Bhugurt are vlBtilng in t hi
es go.
Furnished room for rent four block from
postnffti, gas, bath, telephone. Call lwil
Third avenue.
IJly camp, Royal neighbors of America,
will mmt this evening for Initiation and
election of officers.
Forty-five; marriage licenses were issued
during the month of November by Clerk
Lead of thei district court.
Pr. and Mrs. H. A. Woodbury returned
yewterday from Chicago, where they spent
Thanksgiving with relatives.
A marriage license has been Issued to F.
T. Ryan of Porcheater, Neb., aged 86, and
Anna Bchroeder of Holdreae, Neb., aged 22.
The annual business meeting of the con
gregation of the Kirst Presbyterian church
will be held this evening in the church
Miss Gertrude Davenport, who has been
visiting her sister In" Chicago during the
" Thanksgiving holidays, returned home last
Judge Smith Mcl'herson of the federal
court was In the city yesterduy enroute
from his home at Red Oak to hold court at
For rent, office room ground floor; one
of the most central locations in the busl
r.aaarportlon of the city. Apply to The bee
office, city.
Ixst 100-pound sack pecan nuta between
Thlity-serund street and Missouri river
bridge. Finder please return same to Welch
i ransrer line ana receive rewunu.
The young people of ft. John's English
Lutheran cnurch are preparing to give a
"Bweet Family'' entertainment in the
church Friday evening, December 11.
The women of the First Congregational
Church will hold their annual bazar and
friends last evening at a social at the home
of Mrs. K .C. Bmiih on First avenue.
Report was made to the police yesterday
that the shoe shop conducted by C. Liosetn
on Sixteenth avenue was broken Into Sun
, uay night and several fall's of ehoes
The women of St. Francis Xavler's
church will hold their annual bazaar and
fair, which opens next Monday evening, In
. the old rink building at the corner o'
Pearl street and Fmn avenue.
S3. W. Hart, manager of the Water Wo ks
uotnpany, who is now convalescent from a
long andevere attack of typhoid fever,
continues, to Improve rapidly and is able
to sit up a short time each day.
The Dariles' Aid society of the Second
Proesbyterlan church will be entertained
Thursday afternoon by Miss Mary DeVol
at the home of her brother, on the corner
of Bluff street and Willow avenue.
The regular convocation of Star chapter,
Royal Arch Masons, and Joppa council.
Royal and Select Masons, will ue held -Mils
evening in Masonic temple, at winch tne
reoently elected olllceis of both the chapter
and council will be Installed.
The funeral of-the late Mrs. Amelia
Fleming will be held tnls tmurnoon at
2:30 o'clock from the residence of her
daughter, Mrs. II. W. Askwlth, 71tt Mill
street. Rov. W. J. Stration, pat-tor of
Broadway Methodist church, win conduct
the servlceB.
BABY LOST A baby bo. 23 month and
I days old, with a strawberry mark behind
his left ear and a sm.-wshoe tag In his lert
hand; was lost yesterday morning near
the grocery store at the corner, where his
big brother left him while he went to buy
a Pilgrim cigar..
At the regular monthly meeting this even
ing of the board ot park commissioners a
committee from the West Knd improve
ment club will lay before the board the
proposlt.on to en ab lh a park In the west
ern part of the city. The club Is anxious
that the park board secute part of tlve
bottoms near the Missouri river for a park.
1 Freeman Reed, clerk of the district court,
has received irom the director i.f the I'mted
Slates Department of Commerce and I.ilior
a request for statistics of the institutions
In this county Air the care of Insane pau
pers and other county charges. Suvh lists
have been published by tne department
and the data now asked for Is to correct
and amend these lists. .
Shaduklam temple. Dramatic Order
Knights of Khoraasan, will meet Thursday
evening. The meeting will be open to all
Knights of Pythias and Its features will
be partaking of the fleshpots of Kgypt.
smoking the narcotic, playing at cards mid
listening to the music ot the strum. .im.n
nud hew-gag. Previous to the open meeting
there will be a short business session.
Hafrr sella lumber. Catch the Idea?
. Fred Wroth Goes Free. ,
Fred Wroth, who was charged with hold
ing; up and robbing Chris Darsen, an aged
farmer of FJkhorn, Neb., In the yards of
the Northwestern Railroad company Jn
this city on Thanksgiving day, was dis
charged by Justice Carson yesterday , at
the completion of his preliminary hearing.
Albums for kodak pictures and postal
awards. Alexander's, 333 Broadway.
SOa Koarth at., Council Staffs, I
(Cor. 4th St. and Willow Ave.)
Hedaced prices (or a few duya
loaaer, Ladles SOc. (ieat lenien gl.
All business strictly private and confidential
I allies' and Gentlemen's Clothing Cleaned,
Dyed, Pressed and Repaired; also Dry
Cleaning. No shrinkage or rubbing off
guaranteed. Work done on short notice
Tel. 810. 10IT West Broadway.
L. Council Bluffa. "vtsi til
We Give Thanks
FECAt'BE there are lota of people who have money In the bank.
BECAl'SE there are lots of cop!e looking for good Investments.
BECAUSE we have properties netting from t per cent to 10 per cent annually.
BECAUSE we have some cosy cottages, all modern.
BECAUSE our prices are right, terms right, locations right.
BECAUSE we sold U.2W worth of property last week.
BECAUSE here Is some good stuff that must be sold:
13.500724 South 6th st.; two-story house, ten
small barn. Rents for H1.' 00.
i B,000-n& Stutsinun t.; modern cotasi five
street, tine location. Rents for IllMJ.
1400 3U Avenue D; cotage, three roonu,
feet. ChrKi
.'he p.
IWOj-lOU) Avenue II; frame house, five rooms,
1700-126 Avenue D: cottage, four rooms,
U.OOO-illOj Blxth Avenue; modufn cotage. six rooms, city water, bath, fine Uwn two
tuts, en corner. bite gr. feet. ...
11,000-703 Bouth StU Street; cottage, six rooms, cellar, closets, well, cistern, corner
lot. A good home, bixe 4otl.u
HSOO-lOtt Avenue V; eotta.. five rooms, closets, water In kitchen, cellar, shade.
Dot iiiSK feel. Rtnti far Mi w
tQl Pearl Street. . Telephone 06
a msssm
Park Commissioner Graham 6o ggesU ravin g
a Strip on Eack Side.
Might He Marie a Toll Road aad In
Thla Manner Funds Be Secured
Pave and Keep It la
A. C. Graham of the board of park com
missioners, who realises the necessity of
something being done by the city to Im
prove the condition of West Broadway, be
tween Thirteenth street and the motor com
pany's bridge across the Missouri river,
suggests that a strip fifteen feet wide on
each side of the throughfare be paved and
the remaining portion In the middle of the
street be laid out In parking and planted
with a row of trees. This, Mr. Graham
figures, will be Lh least expensive method
of putting the most important thoroughfare
In the city in proper condition for travel.
While, as Mr. Graham states, part of the
property abutting on Broadway would be
unable to bear even Its share of the cost
of paving a fifteen foot strip, and the cost
would probably full on the city, something
will have to be done and whatever Is done,
he city will undoubtedly have to stand the
greater part of the cost
Mr. Graham also suggests the proposition
of making a toll road of West Broadway.
This he contends could be accomplished by
special act of the legislature, as West
Broadway is to all Intents and purposes
an interstate rotul, being the main thor
oughfare between Council Bluffs and Oma
ha. Mr. Graham favors the imposition of
a 5 cent toll and believes that persons who
use the road, especially those who do heavy
hauling, would have no objection to paying
such a toll, which would be used In keep
ing the road in proper condition.
According to Mr? Graham's suggestion the
toll keeper would bo placed at the east
approach to the motor company's bridge
and toll only collected from" those who cross
that point. This plan would not force the
pay nent of the toll by persons driving on
the road who did not cross the bridge. In
the event of the legislature passing an
act authorizing the making of a toll road
of this thoroughfare, Mr. Graham points
out that the city would be able to anti
cipate Its revenue from the tolls and bor
row a sufficient sum to place the road at
once In proper condition for travel.
Mr. Graham held a conference with May
or Morgan on the subject of the improve
meit of West Broadway yesterday and It
Is .IHely his suggestions will be laid before
the city council at Its next meeting. At the
next meeting of the city council City En
gineer Etnyre is expected to make a re
port on the probable cost of paving a strip
down the center of the road.
Plumbing and beating. Bixby Bon,
Transacts No Business Except to Make
Assignment of Equity and
Law Cases.
Judge W. K. Green of Audubon, who has
been unable owing to Illness to preside
heretofore at this term of" district court,
resumed his place o,n the bench yesterday
afterntton. when he was greeted by a
number of the members of the bar and con
gratulated on his recovery. Beyond making
a mixed assignment of equity and law
causes Judge Green did not transact any
business yesterday afternoon. The assign
ment follows:
December 3 W. H. Elchle and others
against James Hone.
December C. K. Nicholson agsinst 15.
F. Aney; John 8. Dunn against Ovlde Vlen.
December f Mcformlck Harvesting Ma
chine Compuny against A. V. Alexander
and other; J. W. Suuire, trustee, against
John Dunn Hnri other.
December 7 Marguret Cramer against the
City ot Council Bluffs.
December 8 Hearing In Haben estate; 8.
J. Roberts qgainst Ben Moore. ,
December 5 Iavld Koach against Jacob
Bteln; George W. O'Brien sguinrt Omaha
A Council Bluffs Street Railway Company;
Charles Gregory against G.. H. Dowry.
December lt Daniel H. Moss against
Pottawattamie County; Ullv Hmlth r.galnat
Omaha & Council Bluffs Street Railway
Iecembrr 11 (Special) City against Mason
City St Fort Dodge Railway Company.
December 14 (Seclal) Emma Smith and
others against Itwls Ryan.
December 15 V. C. Boyer against Dav
& Hess; E. M. Chirk against omrvlia &
Council Bluffs Street Railway Company.
December 16 Attle I lowers against Myer
H. Pearlmann; L. C. Bealey fegulnst Austin
Wlghtman and others.
December 17 DeLavall Separator ' Com
pany against E. D. Shsrpless; Andrew
Olsen and others cgulnst the City of Coun
cil Bluffe.
December 1ft Warren Chatterbuck against
the Omaha & Council Bluffs Street Vullwuy
According to his petition for divorce filed
In the district court yesterday, John M.
Jungferman. a farmer of Mlnden township,
this county, found that marriage was a
lottery. In which, according to his allega
tion, he drew a blank. He asserts that he
was married February 24 last to his wife,
Ora Jungferman, and that he left the very
next day for good and obvious reasons.
N. T. Plumbing Co.. Tel. 20. Night, W-W.
Decrease In Transfers.
The real estate transfers for the month
of November again show a falling off as
compared with the 'same month last year.
There were 133 conveyances of real estate
tiled In the office of the county recorder
with a total consideration of 1181 ,068.94, as
against 1S7 conveyances filed In November.
1!2, with a total consideration of a,945.71
rooms, closets, bath
gas, corner lot.
rooms, gas, bath, closets, shade, paved
corner lot, good location isizs of lot 44x110
corner lot, site 44x130 'feet.
Rents for
Rents for
water lu kitchen, cellar, shade
The filings this year are. however, well tip
to the average and cannot properly be com'
pared with those of lust yeHr, which was
a banner year In the history of Pottawatta'
mle county.
Roate Is Found by Which Interurbnn
Can Get Into Center of
the City.
"When the city council meets next Mon
day night the Council Bluffs, Tabor &
Southern Electrlo Railway company will
come before It with a request for a fran
chise to enter this city." This wns the
statement yesterday morning of W. J.
Dobbs of Tabor, president of the company.
According to President Dobbs aie. Mal
colm Green, representatives of the eastern
firm floating the company's bonds, a feasi
ble route Into the city has been decided
upon. Messrs. Doblis and Green have been
In the city on and off for the last two
weeks, looking over the ground and plan
ning on the route to be followed Into the
city, and the ordinance to be submitted to
the'counell next Monday night Is now being
drafted by local attorneys. The ordinance,
if approved by the city council, will have
to be submitted to the people of Council
Bluffs for approval at either a special or
the regular city election In March next.
While the promoters of the new line have
found that the streets of the city are
pretty well covered by the franchises under
which the Omaha Council Bluffs Street
Railway company is operating, they are of
the opinion that a practicable route is still
open for their line to enter the city and
reach the business part thereof. The orig
inal proposition to enter the city In the
western part has been abandoned, this
route having been opposed by the executive
committee of the Commercial club and the
business men of the city generally. It Is
now proposed to enter on South avenue,
coming from Manawa. and skirting the
base of the bluffs In the vicinity of the
Iowa School for the Deaf, the route sug
gested and recommended by the executive
committee of the Commercial club.
From South avenue the line will turn
Into Story street and from Story Into Main
street at some point north of the Jnnctlon
with Pearl. The line woild then proceed
north on Main street to Washington
avenue, turning west at the Washington
Avenue school and proceed as far west
possibly as Eighth street. Another route
has been suggested on Fourth street to
Broadway, and this may possibly be
adopted as the most practicable of the two.
The freight depot," aecording to present
plans. Is to be located on South avenue
near the city limits, south of Sixteenth
avenue. t
Only Five More Days in Which' to
, Vote for Grandma.
The Interest In DeDnngs Grandma Vot
ing Contest Is getting quite lively as it
neara the finish. The standing of the prin
cipal contestants last evening was as fol
lows: Mrs. Charles Mcholson 6.B2B
Mrs. W. . Mayne 6,04(7
Mrs. Oi Talbot t.. .r,K7f5
Mrs. John I.lnder, 4.9.19; Mrs. Charles
liunVley, 8,738; Mrs. John Rogers, 3.099:
Mrs. I C Bonham, 2.050; Mrs. Alice Davis,
1.900; Mrs. Mary Tlbbits. 1.790; Mrs. Whit
tlesey, 1,510; Mrs. N. W.' Williams, 1,135.
One vote Is given with every cents worth
purchased In the printing or stationery de
partments at Harvey DeLong's, S07 Broad
way, until next Saturday evening at 9
o'clock. The store will be open every night
this week.
Halfbreed Runs Aruork.
T. R. Glenn, a half breed Indian and
negro, struck town last evening and later
filling up on fire water ran amuck In a
saloon on South Main ntreet. where he
flourished a big bowle knife and tried to
drive everybody out of the place. He had
partly succeeded when Officer Anderson
arrived on the scene and ordered the fel
low to hold up his hands, backing up the
order by placing a revolver in his face.
The half breed refused to hold up his
hands and Instead reached for his knife.
Deciding to take no' chances the officer
gave the half breed a rap over the head
with the but end of his revolver and at
the same time one of the men in the sa
loon hit tho fellow with a beer bottle.
The half breed was knocked senseless and
when he regained consciousness he was
behind the bars of the steel cell at the
city Jail. Glenn Is a stranger here.
Real F.state Transfers.
These transfers were filed yesterday In
the abstract, title and loan office of Squire
& Annls, 101 Pearl street:
Ella A. Southmayd and husband to
B P. Shepherd, lot 5, block 13,
Grime Add $ 260
Levi A. Darned and wife to Jay Smith,
lot S, block 2, Hancock, w. d 1,000
Roscoe Burton aim wife to Frits Pet
erson, part block KS, Alltn & Cook's,
w. d ' 3 jog
L. F. Shies and wile to Devi Darned', '
lot 3, block 2, Hancock, w. d 475
A. H. Doolittle and wife to I. aura
James, lot fi. blink 1. Dlpplncolt's
add. to Carson, w. d.... 1 "00
Heirs of Stephen D. Davis to Fmnk
Morrow, s 21 acres neU seVi and nti
nS seV4 se' and s4 s.U seVi and
r" i
rei nei 11-71-44, w. d
Six transfers, total t6,iX
Fraternal Elections This Week.
The following fraternal and other organi
zations will hold their annual elecUon of
officers this week:
Council Bluffs tent N". 32. Knights of the
Maccabees, Wednesday. December 2.
Concordia lodge No. 5:'. Knights of
Pythias. Tuesday evening, December 1.
Star chapter tin. 47. Royal Arch Rfasnns.
and Jnppa council No. 15. Royal and Select
Masters, Tuesday evening, Decemler 1.
Haxel camp No. 171. Modern Woodmen of
America, Thursday evening, December 3.
Palm grove No. 11. Woodman Circle,
Tuesday evening. Deccmlier 1.
Encampment No. 8. 1'nlon Veteran Le
gion, Wednesday evening, December, 2.
Other Players Disabled for Life and
One Driven laaane Darius;
the Seasoa
CHICAGO. Nov. SO. The Tribune today
says: "Nineteen lives were lost on the
foot ball field during the season of 19o3.
Ono boy was driven Insane from Injuries.
Thirteen players were severely Injured,
some of them being disabled for life. The
number of minor but painful accidents oia
Into the hundreds, and the list of Injured
also Is Incomplete. ,
The feature of the year's tabulation Is
that It shows serious casualties practically
were confined to untrained players. No
members of any first class elevens were
killed or permanently disabled. One Tale
player and one. Harvard player suffered a
broken leg.
No player In any of the teams of the
"Big Nine" In the west was the victim of
any hurt worse than a wrenched shoulder,
a bruised head, a sprained knee or a
turned ankle.
In consequence of the Injuries sustained
by their players several of the minor
schools have forbidden I fie game of fool
bail. Two towns Columbus Junction, Pa.,
an Greenfield, Ohio, havif stopped the
port as the result ef m petition circulated
bf pareat
Administrator Indicates No Opposition to
Its Probate Will Be Made.
Indicate They Will Hot ConBne Them
elves to. Amount Mentioned In
the Will Found In Ma
sonic Lodge.
fFrom a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, Nov. 80. (Special.) Dr. J.
D. Sawyers of Centervllle arrived In the city
this afternoon to consult with the officers
and trustees of DraVe university In re
gard to the finding of the will of the late
General Francis M. Drake, which was
turned tip In a Masonic lodge here after
all efforts to find a will had been given up.
The will, which was made six years ago,
gives Drake university $50,000. The heirs
of General Drake have made arrangements
for a meeting on Christmas day at Savan
nah, Ga., when It Is arranged that the fam
ily will determine what shall be done by
the estate toward assisting Drake uni
versity. Dr. Sawyers la quoted as saying
that it Is the Intention of the family, not
withstanding the will, to provide more
liberally for the university than Is pro
vided in the will. The. gift from the estate
will not bo confined to the $50,000 be
queathed. Some qijewtjon - has been raised
as to the regulalt and legality of the
will, but It la bvlleved that none of the
heirs wilt make any complaint about It
and therefore that It will be admitted to
probate.' It was sent to Centervllle today.
It Is learned also that Edward Goss, an
other son-in-law of General Drake, Is sel
ling out his business In Centervllle with
a view to going to Montana to take per
sonal charge of extensive mining property
In which General Drake ami his son John
A. Drake were Jointly Interested.
Theft of Diamonds.
, An unidentified thief entered the apart
ments of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Steere at the
Victoria hotel on Sunday and stole dia
monds valued at about $400, which were
in a Jewel case on the dresser, having
been laid there the evenlng before by Mrs.
Steere. The police have a bellboy named
Tommy Fitzgerald under arrest. FtUger
ald came to the Victoria from Chicago,
where he claimed to have worked In the
Palmer house and the Stafford. He came
to Des Moines last Wednesday and Im
mediately began work at the Victoria, On
Friday evening Mrs. Steere missed the key
to the door leading Into their suite. Who
ever was the thief must have had the
missing key In his possession, for the door
was locked while the family were in the
dining room on the top floor. The police
claim to have a strong case of circum
stantial evidence against Fltxgerald.
Fire Burns Fine China.
The residence of Mr. and Mrs. William
Jaqulth was burned today, Involving a
losti .of $6,000, partially Insured. Mrs. Ja
qulth Is well known throughout the state
as a painter of china and Included In the
loss Is a large amount of fino ch'na in
various stages of completeness and ready
for the holidays.
The Cornelia Creamery company of Cor
nelia, Wright county, was incorporated
by filing papers with Secretary of State
Martin: capital $3,300; Sam BJelland, presi
dent; Albert Johnson, secretary. The Cerro
Gordo Abstract company, of Mason City,
was organized -vlth $10,000 capital; E. V.
Franke, president; F. B. Morton, secre
A number of the state senators are In
Take Scott's Emulsion of
Cod Liver Oil now. Not
next week or next month, but
now. You need it to put fat
on your bones and strength
in your body to stand the
cold and trying weather of
the next few months.
Nine-tenths of the popula
tion would be benefited by
taking Scott's Emulsion regu
larly three times a day for a
month or more every fall to
fortify and strengthen the
system against the cold and
constant changes that occur
through the winter. The
benefit is particularly marked
with young, delicate children.
No food tl.at they can take
begins to compare with
Scott's Emulsion.
Pure cod liver oil is scarce
but if you get Scott's Emul
sion you'll be sure to get only
the purest and best oil.
We'll acad yea a atsapai free, spaa rrnnrst.
COTT It KTMt, oe Jfcsul Street, Few Terk.
Syrup.aof FTs
ihe-bc-st family laxative-
It Is pore.
II is gentle.
It is pleasant.
It is efficacioug.
It is not expensive.
It is good for children.
It is excellent for ladies.
It is convenient for business men.
It is perfectly safe under all circumstances.
It is used by millions of families the world over.
It stands highest, as a laxative, with physicians.
If you uae it you have the best laxative the world
the city today holding a conference with
John Harriott, lieutenant governor of Iowa,
In the matter of the committee assignments
for the coming term of tho general as
sembly. Mr. Heirlott caused It to be made
known that he would be In the city Ill's
week and would be pleased to meet tho
senators who desire a conference with him.
He has not as yet done any work on the
committee assignments.
Sen Weather Book Printed.
The annual report of the Iowa weather
and crop service was Issued today and with
it an appendix which makes a book of
150 pages, containing the complete record
of all the meteorological observations of
the state covering the last fifty years. The
report was complied by Director 8a ge as a
special feature for this year because of
the fact that there has never been any
such compilation before. Ten thousand
extra copies of the appendix will be printed
by the state for the purpose of distribution
among the schools and colleges, where
there has been much demand for reliable
Information In regard to the climate and
crops of the state.
District Judge at Des Moines Knocks
a Sooth Dakota Order
for Cause.
DES MOINES. Nov. SO.-Judge James A.
Howe of the district court this morning
held that a decree granted under the Da
kota divorce statutes, If it Is proven the
nonresident litigant resides there merely
for the purpose of securing a divorce, is
null and void. .The decision was rendered
In the Fagen case, wherein a widow sued
to recover her dower rights and was re
sisted on the ground that her husband had
fltvorced her prior to his death. The court
holds the Dakota decree to be invalid.
Bert Melanar of Randall Is Missing
iHnce College Burned at
Jewell Junction..
main building of the Jewell Lutheran col
lege at Jewell Junction was destroyed by
fire today. Uert Melang of Randall, la.,
perished in the building and his body has
been found In the ruins. Several students
had narrow escapes. The loss on the bulld
li.g Is estimated at $25,000; insurance, $12,000.
A young man named Peterson, from Red
Wing, Minn., Is missing and is thought to
have perished.
Largest of City's Theaters Consumed
at Loss of Over
NEW YORK, Nov. 30. The historic
Academy of Music, the largest ttuater In
Brooklyn, was completely consumed today
by a fire which is believed to have been
caused by an explosion In the building.
For a time the flames threatened adjoining
property, and when the roof fell part of It
struck a saloon building adjoining, but
fortunately no one was hurt, although the
saloon wns destroyed. The loss was esti
mated at I3W.0O0.
The fire started in' the scenery on the
stage of the theater, where a number of
men were preparing for the testimonial
dinner to StatJ Senator McCarren, to be
given there tonight. For some unknown
reason the fire department was tardy In
arriving on the scene and It was fully flf-
teen minutes before it had a stream on the
building. It wns then discovered that the
water could be carried scarcely half way
up to the roof. Within half an hour after
the discovery of the fire the entire building
was a roaring furnace and the firemen
were bending all their efforts to raving
the surrounding property.
The academy, which was an antiquated
building, constructed in 1S00, of brick, sand,
stone and wood, offered no resistance to
the flames.
It was located In the heart of the finan
cial district. Opposite on Montague street
Is the Brooklyn public library, with over
1(0.000 volumes. The wind waa blowing
In that direction and great (ears were ex
pressed for Its safety.
The "Way Down East" company occu
pied the theater all last week, but its
scenery and effects were taken out late
Saturday night. The building was ownrd
by a stock company.
Later It was reported that a boy who was
employed in the bowling alley in the sa
loon adjoining the academy was missing.
A Maa Badly Injured
Or ' painfully hurt, burned, bruised or
wounded gets quick comfort from Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. It conquers pln. 25c. For
sale by Kuhn Co.
it is a Trnak Line tiUteea Miles Usg
aad He Proposes to Let
FRANKLIN. Pa., Nov. $0. Former Presi
dent Grover Cleveland Is about to foreclose
a mortgage upon the Narrow Gauge Brad
ford, Horde 1 1 & Klnxua railroad, of which
he is the exclusive bondholder.
At one time this road paid large divi
dends. The road ia only sixteen miles long
and when it was built Its promoters in
Its component parts are all wholesome.
It acts gently without unpleasant after-effects.
It is wholly free from objectionable substances.
It contains the laxative principles of plants.
It contains the carminative principles of plants.
It contains wholesome aromatic liquids which are
agreeable and refreshing to the taste.
All are pure.
All are delicately blended.
All are skillfully and scientifically compounded.
Its value is due to our method of manufacture and to
the orginality and simplicity of the combination.
To get its beneficial effects buy the genuine.
Manufactured by
San Fi-nvnctox, Ca.1.
Louisville. Ky. Nevr York. N. Y.
duced Mr. Cleveland to take the entire bond
issue. Mr. Cleveland still has tho bonds
and the owners, It Is said, owe him so much
lapsed Interest that he Is going to sell the
equipment at Bradford on December 1.
Two Men Killed and Four Injured by
Accident In Southwestern
CARTHAGE, Mo., Nov. 30. The mix
house of the independent Powdar com
pany's plant, five miles southwest of Car
thage, blew . up this afternoon, Instantly
killing tho two rUxers, Ijester Ridge and
Bert Cobb, and seriously If not Xatxlly in
juring Joe Cahey, Elmer Powers, Henry
Summer and Charles N-wtm. IUdge and
Cobb recently came here from. Emporium,
Pa, They were employed In the mix
house, compounding by hand nitroglycerine
with the other . Ingredients of dynamite.
Five hundred pounds of material was in a
woodon trough and, without warning, it
exploded. They were the only two men In
the building and no ono anows what cauaed.
the explosion. The two men wero blown
to bits and only a few riaua were left.
Tha four Injured men were working in a
small house 100 yards away packing dyna
mite. The concussion crushed In a part of
the building, Injuring them about the face
and shoulders.
Take Mine of Twelve Prises Offered
'at Chicago Live Stock
CHICAGO, Nov. o0. Canadian sheep and
lambs took nine of the twelve prises
awarded at the International Stock show
for entries In two elapses, and exhibitors
from the province of Ontario point to this
fact as a satisfactory vindication of tha
discords In which they say they were
thrown by the St. Louis World's fair to
recognize the stud and herd books of
Of this international complication Garnet
Porter, a prominent visitor from Toronto,
The Canadian exhibitors are much con
cerned over the proposed changes In tho
United States customs relating to Uie en
trance of stork from the Dominion. So in
tense is the teellng lu Canadu Just now
that the government has formally declined
to make any display at the tit. Louis fair,
notwithstanding SluO.Ouo has been appro
priated to pay freight on the animals which
Were to have been sent to St. Louis.
Injured at a Fire.
GENEVA. Neb., Nov., 30. (Special.)
M. L. Bailer's house in tho south part of
town was set on fire this morning from
the flue. Mr. Duller fell from the Icy roof
in trying to extinguish the flames. The flro
was promptly put out, but Mr. Duller broke
his hip in the fall.
k 1 irn
I V Ball
Blck Headache and rellevt all tbe trouMts Inci
dent to a bilious state of thesyatm,aucti ss Dla
siiims, haasrs, Drowslnoa. Diatrcaa after eating.
Pais In tbe Bids, Ac. WhiW tbmr moat rmar
abl succtaa has bees sbowo ia curing
Htadachr, yet Carter'aLlttle Ltrrr Pllli are eqnaMf
valuable In Conatlpatlon, curiof and preventing
Ibis anuojing complaint, whila tbty sleo correct
l dieorders of the stoaiecb, stimulate the liver
aud regulate tut bowel. JCnea if tbij only cured
Ache they would bealmoat priceli-M to those whs
eufTer frum tbis diatreeaing complaint; but fortu
nately their Koodueea dura not end brre, aud tboaa
who one try tbem will And tb.-ee little pilla valu
able in ao many waya tbat tbt-y ill not be wUlisf
te io wilbuut thrm. but after all e: a bead
la the bane of ao soany lir tbat brre ia where w
make our great beaat. Our ula cure it wbild
others do not. ,, .
t arter a Little Uver VHU re rry email saf
Tery eaay to take. One or two pilla make a done.
New York Clt
l ea Bit Si for en natura.
dia barnaie.tbllaniniatlona,
Irrilntlooe ur ulteietloua
i,f mucosa membranes.
Paiuleea. and not eairis
gnt or polvoauus.
aWlel by UrmfgimtM,
' or aent In plaia wraaeet,
v. mi era. nreeaid. tod
I 00. ur botllre J 7.
Cirsuiax aent twiaeew
kVHITK DOVr". CUfc ncrrr ..na ui u. aiiuy tiaa.
Ii.il fur Tirons drink, Ins appetite lor wuli b taiiD4
ailal a!lr uailia luie irnnui. iv
milw wilbvut 'avwieaseui pulauu Inn iii.m
Bberusj. dt McCosuieU Lrug Co., Oaasha.
Tney are atrtrny Yiynauie u
purire, but by tbrir penile acuoo pl. aae all who
uae tbem. In viala at J centa; tre lor fl. ouJ
by Iruae'iiti every wbwe, of sent by maX
J Jf la 1 te k 4n-
M J iufaMMa U
m W aai ia atrtatart.
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and the west is via The North
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first-class track, convenient
schedules and the best of
Two Trains Daily
leave Omaha t 7:90 a. m. and 6:10
p. m. arriving St. Paul 7:40 p. m.
and 7:35 a. m., Minneapolis 8tl0
p. m. and 8:10 a. m.
Pullman drawing rcom sleeping
cars, buffet smoking; and library cars,
observation, cafe and parlor cars, free
reclining chair cars and standard day
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Sleeping car space and full infor
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too Illustrations 12 Short Stories
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