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MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
MONEY. It you are annoyed by nuv.ernus small bills tiiat have a (.Cumulated during the wln;.r It mlaht be un mHai.iagc irj j uu to secuie motiey fi.un us and pay them, and theu pay us in ?vi-ikiy or monthly pigments until you get out of debt. We loan on fnrr.iture, i'i.im, live Mock and oth.-r chattels and we malc loans to salaried feop,, uj.mi their own ngreement to rt- , Pay. Jr r8','' nr n" low BS nn' an HTnt denl lower thiin sonic Our acrvUe l.i quirk end without publicity. If ou have dealt with us and nre pleased, tell others, fend If you nre displeased, t. II us. Omaha Mortgage Loan Co., 119 Hoard of Trade Lldg. Tel. 2iM. (Established kS2.) i South l'.ili St. X 6V) MONEY! MONEY1 WE LOAN MONEY TO AN V PKR30N Holding a permanent position with good firm In the city. ON PLAIN NOTE. No ENDORSERS. And at thn innsi rates on long tuna, eaay pu)meiil plan. We mj loan ON f'Lll.MithU WHILE IN ISt, l'ianoe, ;tc., at tne sumu low lata a and easy terms. If not convenient lor you to rail at our orhe WRITL UK I'HoNH LH ANU AGENT Will call on you to explain our (' teni aim arrungc man ut jour resi dence. All bi.-ineJB coiiiluential. THi: J. A HfTiON tO., ALT IK il4 PAX TON UlOCK. TkLiil'Hu.NE lft'l. ' X-MVTti . CASH You can establish a t. UKDIT with nn old RELIAHLK tiim uud secure m ny whenever you need it. Me Will auvHiife you enough money to pay off all your debts. m that you' will owe It all In one place, wntre you get courteous treatment. Our easy payment plan has astonished people who had pievlously borrowed of other loan companies, un account of oar liberal ratea. We make loans on SALARIES, Fl'RNl TLRE. I'lANoS. LIVE .STOCK, etc. RELIABLE CREDIT CO 107-1 raxton iil,ck. X M413 MONEY to loan on aalariea. Knay money, easy termti; quick and courteous treatment. UTAH IAJAN CO. &14 PAXTON ULK. TKU F-WM. X-Miii MONEY LOAN Phoenix Credit Co., Wa i axuiu blk. X-S17 MONET LOANED bALARIED PEOPLE nd others with secuni ; easy payments; largest buslnesti 111 i9 pnnclpul cltieM. Toimun, room 440, Chamber oi Commerce bidg. X-12 3 P. C. YEAR 1KOJ1 lio to V,uUv loaned on your pi r-uual note at 3 fi.li. Clii i 1'EK Eah. lo money bhark ueai. Call or write and gel my system. W. L. Udatinan at Co., lnt( l'urnaiii, Oinaha. X iili ilONEY to loan on furniture, horaes, etc., ut half usual rates. Lr. Pi'IDbenow, room 21a at 2MI d. l&th at. Tel. li-SM. X-U14 . JIONEV loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew elry, lioiues, cowa, etc. C. F. Reed 318 B. lath. X U1& CHATTEL, ealaty and Jewelry loans. Foley Loan Co., 1604 Fa rnam at. X iilti SALARY and collateral Innr. Templeton, 212 Ue Bldg. Tel. 2904. X-il7 P0ST0FFICE NOTICE. (Should be read dally by all interested, aa Chungea may occur at any time.) Foreign mails lor the weea ending May 7, l;w4, will close (PROMPTLY in ail cases) at the General JHostottice aa fol lows: i'urcels-post mails close one hour arlier than closing time shown below. Parcels-pudt maim lor Ueiuiaiuy close at p. iu. Monday. ftegulnr and supplementary malls close at Foreign station 'corner of West and Mor ton streets) h&'.l hour later than closing time shown below, (except that supple mentary mails for Kurops and Central America, via Colon, clone one hour later at Foreign station). Traaaatlaatle Mails. SATURDAY At 8 a. m. for EUROPE, per a. a. Germanic, via Cherbourg and South ampton (mull must be directed "per s, s. Uernianlc '); at ti.-O a. m. for EUROPE, per s. a. I'ucania. via Qucenstown; at 8:80 a. in. for BLLUll'M direct, per s. s. Vad erland (mall must be directed '"per a. a. Vaderland"); ut 8:3a a. ni. for ITALY direct per s. s. Princess irenu (mail must be di rected "per a. a. Prlncesa Irene"); at 9:30 a. m. for BCOTIAND direct, per a. .a. Aatorla (mail must be directed per s. s. Astoria"); at 11 a. m. for DEMMaRK di rect, per a. s. liekla (mull must bv di rected "per s. a. Hekla'1). After tha closing of the supplementary Tranaatlantlo malls named above, ad ditional supplementary mulls are opened on the pi, us of the American, English, French and German steamers, and remain open until within ten minutes of the hour of sailing of ateamor. Mails for South and Ceatral America, Hut Indies, Etc. SATURDAY At 8:80 a. m. (aupnlementarr :30 a. m.) for CURACAO and VENE ZUELA, per s. s. Zulla (mall tor Colum bia must be directed "ncr a. a. Zulla 'i: et I a. m. for PORTO RICO, p' a. a. Coarrj, via San Juan! at 9:i') a. m. (sup- rlementary 10:30 a. m.) for FORTL'NB BLAND. JAMAICA and COLOMBIA (except Cam-a and Magdak-iu Dep'tsl, per s. a. Sarnla (mail f.r Cofta RIca must be directed "per a. a. h ir:,la"); at 10 a. m. for CL'HA, per s. s. Mexico, via Havana; at ll.'M p. in. (nupplenieiitai y 1 u. m.) for Tl nKd 1SLA.nl and DOM INICAN REPUUL1C. per a. s. New York. Malls Forwarded Overland, Etc,, Ex cept Transpacific. CUBA Via Port Tampa, Florida, ciosee at this ofllce daily, except Thursday, at (j Jj a. m. (the connecting mails close here on Mondays. Wednesdays and Baturuuya. MEXICO C1TV overland, unless tptciaily addressed for del patch by steainei, closer at this otrice dally, except Buuday, at 1:J ' p. m and in oO p. in. buudays at l.Ou p. m. and 10:80 p. m. JN'EWFOt'NDLAND (except Pare.la-Post Malls) by rail to North ByOney. ad thence by ateamer, cSnfces st this office dally tat 4). 80 p. in. (coimeciing m.ii.s cost here every Monday, WedneaJay and aal urduy). JAMAICA By rail to Boston, and thonco by steamer, cloaci at this ofllce at .&) p. m. Friday. U1QUELON By rail to Boston, and thence by steamer, cloaca at tins cltlce dally al 8:30 p. ni. PKLIZE, PUERTO CORTEZ and GUATE MALA B rail to New Orleana, nnd thence by steamer, closes at this oflicii dully, except Sunday, at II SJ p. m. an I .flu:3u p. ni., 8u'idH at 1 :(4) p. m. and 110:80 p. m. (connecting mall closes hero Mondays at (10:80 p. m.). COSTA RICA By rail to New Orleans, snd thence by steamer, closes at this oflK-e dally, except Sunuay, at 18j p. nt. vol 110:30 p. m , Sundaa at (1:00 p. in. and iia:U.) p. ni. (coiineciing mail closes heie luesilavs at 10 80 p. in.). IRKULSTERKD MAIL closes at t:W p. 111. previous day. Transpacific Metis Forwarded Over land Ilnlly. The achedulo of closing Transpacific malls la arrajgeu on the pi caumptinn of thrlr Uninterrupted overland transit to port of falling The final connecting mails (ex cept registered TraiiKpuclilo mails which Close 8 p. ni. previous day) close at the general poetufllc. Nw lur. us follows: HAWAII JAPAN, I'HINA and PHILIP PINE ISLAMiS. vh 8an Francisco, cIobh at 30 p. in Mi) id. lor dedpalch per a. a. Mongolia HAWAII. JAPAN, CHINA and PHILIP PINE ISLANI!4. via bun Francisco. elo.o at 8:30 p. in May 7th, fur despatch per a. s. America Maru. HAWAII. vl. Pan Francisco, close at 8 30 p. m. May Slh, for d.spatcli per s. a. AHmeda. CHINA end JAPAN, via Tncoma, close at 8 So p. m May Dili, for despatch per a. a. Nlng CI ow. CHINA anil JAPAN. vH Vnncouver and Vhtorlu. P C, !.- at C.JO p. m. May Ulh, for desnatch per s a. Empresa o'f China. M-rrher.dti for I. H Poslul Agency nt Shanghai c.iiinot bo torwsided vlu Canada), CHINA and JAPAN. vl Brittle, close at 8 80 t. in. May 2uth, for despatch per a. s rlyaiea. NEW ZKAT.ANTi. AI'BTHAT.ta. (evi.t WeaO. NEW CALEDONIA, FIJI, 8AMOA P0ST0FFICE NOTICE. nrd HAWAII, via Sin Frsnciacj. close " ',p m- i,a" Ior de'patch per a Sonoma. If the Cunard steamer e-irrving :he British nail for New Z"l ard do not arrive in time to connect wlt.i Jhls deipntch, extra rr.ells closing i a.' a. m.. ; n. rh. and I.jn p m. Sunday tt 4 i a. m.. 9 a. m. and 1:50 t rr:. will be made up and forwarded until the Hi-lval of the rnnard s!finri. AI'PTBAI.I A (exrer We-t. FIJI ISLANDS urn ,n,ff CALEDONIA Upecliilv ad drsed only), vli Voncouver and VI e toHi R. C. close it t i f. m. May 21st, for d'-spatch per a a. Mlowera. TAHITI and MARQt ESAS ISLANDS, rla 8-rn Francisco, close at :"a p. m. Mar ?th, fr-r despstrh per s a. Mar'nosa. PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, via San Fran cisco, close at :? p m Miy :Tth, for d'r.tch per f. . Tnn-rort JvOTLi nless otherwise nndri-d. tt' Austrnlla la forwarded via Furnpe; and New Zealand and Philippines vli 8m Frnnrsco-the qulchfst ro ites. Philip pines specially artrtree! "vh r-f-nnJa" or "via Europe" must he fully p-'p-ild at the foreign rates. Hawaii Is forwarded via 8an Franetson exclusl vel v, CORNELIUS VAN TOTT. Poatmastcr. Post Offce, New Tork, N. T. April ?9. 1904. oovrnsME.HT xotices. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, U. a. t-olu5ical Survey, Vvashlngion, u. C, April iini4. bealeu proposals, la dupli cate, wul he received until i o cock, p. in., July 2, 1M, at the ortlce of U. W. Hoa. ei.Kineer L'. A. (jeological Survey, buise, Idaho, for tho cohatrui.'tpjn af.d coinpieuoii or a dam, spillways, canal mid Kates. In volving aixiui ;M'.'v yards of ro k worit and 1m. ij yard of earth work, on Suaku river, near Alinidnka, Idaho, bpecltiealiona, fonr.F jf proposal and particulaia may be obtained un application to D. W. Ross, lioise, Idaho, und to the chief engineer, C. S. ;e"lo(ficnl tturvey, WaKliliiRton. D. C, at whii It l im es the plana may be Inspected. Each hid must be accompanied by a certi fied check payable to the order ot the aec- retary ol tne interior lor 1 per cent of the C'lnliriul price aa a guaranty that the bid der will, if aucceMul, promptly execute a aatlxfuctory contract and tuiulsli bond In the sum of 20 per cent of the contract price far the faithful performance of the work. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids uud waive technical tleiVcts if the interesia or the government require It. lilddera are Invited to he present. THOti. R 1 AN, Acting Secretary. A15 7 tM ntOPOSALS FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES -Department of the Interior, office of In dian Affairs, Washington, l. ('., March i, Ui4. Sealed proposals, indorsed "Proposals for blankets, woolen nnd cotton goods, clothing, etc.," us tho case may be, and di rected to the Commissioner of In'li.m Affairs, Nos. 11D-121 Woocter street. New York City, will be received until 1 o'clock p. m., of Tuesday. May 24, ltM. for furnish ing for tho Indian Service, blankets, woolen nnd cotton goods, clothinjr, notions, hats ana caps. Bids must be made out on Gov ernment blanks. Schedules giving all nec essary information for bidders wfil be fur nished on application to the Indlnn Office, Washington. D. C: the U. 8. Indian ware houses. 11D-121 Wooster street, New York City, B-27 South Canal street, Chicago, III.; 818 Howard street, Omaha, Nebr. ; 6o2 South Seventh street, St. Louis. Mo.; tho Commissaries of Subsistence, U. S. A., at Cheyenne, Wyo., mid St. Paul, Minn.; tho Uuurterrnaster, U. 8. Seattle, Wash.; the postmasters at 31ottx City, Tucson, Portland, Spokane and Tacomn; and the Manufacturers' anal Producers' Association of California. San Francisco, Cal. Bids will be opened at the hour and days above stated, nnd bidders are Invited to be pres ent at the opening. The Department re serves the right to determine the point of delivery and to reject any and all bids, or any part of any bid. W. A. JONES, Commissioner M2dlSt-M PROPOSALB TOR EXTENSION Off water system. Department of ho Inter ior, Office of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C, April 18, 1904. Sealed proposals endorsed 'Proposals for Water System, Genoa, Neb.," and addressed to tho Commission! r of In dian Affairs, Washington, D. C, will be re ceived at the Indian ofllce until 2 o'clock p. m. of May 17, ltM. for furnishing and de livering nil the necessary materials and labor required to construct and complete an extension of the water system at the Genoa school. Neb., In strict accordance with Slnns, specifications and instructions to bii era which may be examined at this office, the offices of the "Improvement Bulletin, ' Minneapolis, Mini.; the "Construction News," Chicago, III.; the "Nebraska State Journal," Lincoln, Neb.; "The Bee," Omaha, Neb.; the Builders' and Traders' exchange at Omaha, Neb., Milwaukee, Wis., and St. Paul, Minn.; the U. S. Indian warehouses at No. 205 Bo. Canal at., Chicago, 111., No. 62 So. Seventh St.. St Iouls. Missouri, No. 815 Howard at., Omaha, Neh., nnd No. 119 Wooater St., New York City, and at the school. For further Information apply to W. H. Wlnslow, Supt., 'Genoa, Neb. A. C. Tenner, Acting commissioner. A21-23-26-28-S0M3-6-7-10 CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE. OMAHA, Neb., May 4. IIH14 Sealed pro posals. In trlpllcnte. subject to the usual conditions, will be received here until 10 a. m., central standard time. June 4, 1904, for constructing brick building at Fort Crcok, Neb., for use as a r.wtmmlng pool. Full Information furnished on application to this office, where plans and specifications may be seen, or to the quartermaster. Fort Crook. Neb. Proposals to be mnrked "Pro posals for Swimming Pool," ami addressed to J. E. SAWYER, chief otiartermaster. -M8-7-17-28-30-31M LEGAL XOTICE. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals for the construction of two ditches in Dodge county, Nebraska, known aa the Bowman ditch and Kas.lu ditch, will be received by the county clerk of asld Dodge county until May 10. 1S04, at o o'clock a. m., said ditches to be con structed according to plans and specifica tions of the county surveyor as filed with the county clerk. Erh bid must be ac companied with A certillod cluck fur $100 on some nntiopai tnu or Fremont, Neh. Patty or parties to whom . ontrarts aro awarded must give euik.1 and suffleient bonds for tho faithful performance of con tract and to secure the payment of laborers am! mechanics. Address all bids to C. O. Boa. ennntv ! clerk, Fremont, Neb. Mld7t OCE' STEAMSHIPS. HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE. New Ttn-Strw Klesmera of 1X.&D0 'Ibria. KkW YOKK HoTTiRLiAM. rU UOtl.OU.Ng. 111111 Tufrtiuy. at 10 a. n. Fotedam tiny lu Noordam Hit 11 iour4&jB MJ 17StatnUaia Juuti t kyaaaia Ma liiroixUia Ju It HOLLAND-Al iJUC AN UNI, Dcarbors St.. Cll tIo, III. Harrjr Moona. itvl t'aruaia St; v hmlnrlord,. Oil faruinu St. l 1. U. Hetula. iLi i'uisn Nt. 1 C0.'.:?AGiE CENERALE TRANSATLANTIOUI ! tench Line, New Tork to Parle, Six Days, naUinga Erery Thursday at 10 a. m. La Savon May t La luuralnt iiiaa : : La uaaevsua ....Juua 18 La Lorraiaa Juua : La Bmasna Jaaa ail. Ntw, modern, gigantic twla-ai'rew and fxprc&a teauara; aaval oincrr' niau-of-war 4!ipima. . lompany's vtatibulcd Iralna, Havra-Parla 4 huura. 1 Aganii Harrr k: Uoorta. 1WI yarnaai St., Leula I Kan. t hat Nai l Bank. C. A. Hutlwrrvrd. UU I raruaia si. , Hock Maud Mr, xenon Un v. a atAU. iTBAMSuira fcKW YORK. LGNfUNlJHKY AND OLAtGOW W YOKK. GiBHALT AS, AND NAPLES. aparlar accommodation!. l;i(llnt aulalnt. Tkt Contort at paaaangara rarafuiljr conaliiaml. SiaiK It round trip lltkm txtvroa Nrw Yura aud IciK.a, agllak. Irian and ail ,rlnclpl sandioaiaa am coullaaaUl poinu at attraclt itta gaad (r Baoi al Toar. for luaata ac garierit Inlormalloa apalj Is an? local afoiu al Iba Anrliar Llna or ta HBXliKH'iii-: nm? . rii-vi Anna., rm i m SEARLES & SEARLES Omaha. Nt. CURES GUARANTEED Quicker and for LESS MONEY than other SPECIALIST. furfl ail apecial diisiui uf men -kiduey. hia l iir iiUd uiauaaai oi wotuit DiBOb rOISaa Ijmptoui. Mr on body, in luoulb. tugu. throat. Lair and eebruwJ (lulling out) dwappaar completely forever, titrlra-a Waist rupurd, enlarged aud hiut itllCOal TRluI iy vrlnt cured without cut tuib". pii r lua of time,. Navar f-Ua. gjukc'hl run in Ihe world. . Weak, uumi uaj lTT:;XT. tleUUiy. aii ueuliua. lack ol vigor ta.: fctrtiifctii. Treatment by mail 14 years OF 8UC CESSFl'L. PRACTICE IN Oil AHA. Cor ner vf luu and Duutfiua, TIIE" OMAHA NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA. COUNCIL MISOM MESTIOV Dsvls sella drugs. Leffert's glasses fit. Btockert sella carpets. The Faust cigar, I centa Paints, oil and glass. Morgan & Dickey Special aala on ffoor easels and screens. Alexander s. 388 Broadway. Lorn, to Mr. and Mis. Fred H. Aahley, 704 Perln avenue, a daughter. Lost, memorandum book. Return to 19 Scott street and receive reward. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Maurer arrived home yesteruay from their trip to Honolulu. For wall papering, painting, jncture fram ing, aee Borwick, Ul Main at. Phone A-620. I. Beers Rohrtr left Thursday on a Visit to Mexico. Mo., and from there will go to St. Louts to take In the World s fair. Permits for the remodeling of the two stores in the be no blocs on Pearl street were Issud vesterduv. the ua-uiea-ate cost to be 6,!AiO. Devoe a mixed paints. Morgan A Dickey. The hearing In the Jessie Owens habeas corpus case had to be adjourned yesterday aiternoon, owing to tnv uiuispoeiiioii of Attorney Mynster. I'd to last evening Cltv Cle k Iburmehieh had Issued 2tK dug tags. poundinaster atone ni start on the warpath after un tagged canines Monday. Have your carpets taken up. cleaned and relald by modern methods. Olu carpets made Into handsome rues. Council Bluffs Carpet Cleaning Co., 84 North Main street. none olt. County Treasurer Conslgny Uh-bursed yesterday among the i m'm uistncts out side of Council Bluffs -)aC.n. lie aiso turned over to the several township officers mi,Kft.14 of township funds. The funeral of Mrs. J. (J. Anderson will be held this afternoon ut 2:30 o'clock from the residence, tv South First street, and interment will be In Walnut Hill cenu teiy. It will be private. Rev. W. 11. Starr of St. Paul s iupiacopal church will conduct the services. J. P. Foley, who was committed to thin county Jnll "by tho mayor of Neola, to serve out a fine ot u0 and costs for ussault. was released yesterday on an appeal bond. Mrs. Phil areham lett last evening tor Richmond, Ind., called there by the critical Illness of her brother. John Burns, an old man living near Crescent, was badly beaten about tne face Thursday evening by two negroes to whom he applied a vile epithet, lie was taken to the Woman's Christian association hos pital to have his Injuries intended to. The police declined to make any arrests alter investigating the matter. At the meeting yesterday of the Woman's auxiliary of St. Paul's Episcopal church these otllcers were elected for the ensu'ng year: President, Mrs. T. J Foley; vice president, Mrs. C. Hnnthorn; secretary, Mrs. Robert Mullls; treasurer, Mrs. C. A. Price. Mrs. Foley and Mrs. Mullls were elected delegates and Mrs. Price and Mrs. Canning ullernates to the annual conven tion of tha Episcopal church of the dioces of Iowa In Des Moines on May 4 und 2a. Real Estate Transfers. These transfers were reported to The Bee May 0 by the abstract, title and loan ofllce of Squire and Annls, 101 Pearl street: Council Bluffs Savings bank to C. M. Harl. eV4 lot 8, block 38, Bayliss & Palmer's add. q. c. d 1 Elizabeth Burbrldge to J. A. Mcintosh, se4 nwVt nC4 2o-77-44, w. l 22o John 8. Crooks to George B. Green, lot lti, block 2, Voorhls' add, w. d.. 250 J. D. Edmundson and wife and Sarah H. Hart to Joseph and Julius Ros- enfeld. Ely 1 foot lot 1 of lot 197. original plat, w. d 160 XV. C. Slevers and wife to J. C. Voll- Bio.it inti li nnd 12. block 2. Wal nut, w. d MOO N. P. Dodge, administrator, et al. to A. Knutson. lot 1, block 17, Ferry add, w. d 60 Thomas McStravlck and wife to Mar garet M Griffin, part lots 1 and 2, block 2.1, Neola, w. d 2,200 M. J. Harrington and wife to George P. Sheldon, ni2 feet lot 13, block '7. Baylies First add, w. d KW Julius Hector and wife to Carrie E. Slade, of lots 5, 6 and 7, block 2, Avoca, w. d..... .... 601) Nine transfers, total $5,786 numbing and heating. Blxby A Son. Prealdent Ellla Addrrasea Students. President George N. Ellis of Tabor col lege addressed the students of the high nchool at nssembly yesterday morning. He took for his subject "Preparation," Im pressing upon his audience the necessity of properly preparing for life's work. He spoke for forty minutes and Interspersed his address with numerous anecdotep. He was listened to with Interest from the be ginning to the end. After assembly President Ellis visited the various class- rooms, Inspecting the work of the school and In several of the rooms addressing the students. He expressed himself much pleased with the work In the high school, as well aa the equipment. there is nothing wanting In Hunter Whiskey It leads In universal popularity. It ha Absolute Purity, Faultless Quality, Exquisite Flavor. Sell al all flrat-olaaac-afei and Xy Jobhora. U a. Lain AHaS A SON, Baitliaara, tLd. TIIK OM.V AIHOI.ITF.I.T MODEItH UlSIr. AND ORIAI. (OL. LEO I Till! WtCST. Students may enter any time. Excellent places to work for board. Tultluu very reasonable. Write for sample copy of our Colli Journal. Write or ouil for inform. tion. K. P. MILLER, Pre.. Jlf.i-orlc Tempi. 'Phone rsil. LliWIS CUTLER MOltTTClAJ. taajast a-. Council Blurtn, "Ptaaaja H. ; r-" " 1 ' 1 " 1 " -- T If MT 1M' ' ' i lr 11 1 T I - I ! Ml ! Xa. ''Mae hah- I m H g Because DAILY DEE: gATURDAY, BLUFFS. HANGS HERSELF FUR SHAME Woman Who L res with Mstrisd Man T?k8 Lif ia Connc 1 BlufFi. DEED COMMITTED IN PR.VATE RESIDENCE After Arrest Woman Admits Illicit Relations with Another's Him band, bat Expressee Igno rance of Law. Maggla Jorgenson. arrestea Thursday evening with Peter Born at 409 North Eighth street (Born being charged with as serting a wife and four children in Warren, Pa ), committed suicide yesterday morning by hanging at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brooks, 153 Vine street, where ihe had been placed for the night by the police, there being no accommodation for femalo prisoners in the city Jail. The woman was placed by Mrs. Brooks in a small back room on tle second floor from which a stairway led to the kitchen on the first floor. The door of the room leading to the hall was locked by Mrs. Brooks. Tha discov ery that the woman had taken her Ufa was made this morning when Alta An drews, a young girl employed as a domestic by Mrs. Brooks, went to summon her to breakfast. Although the body was still warm, It was evident the woman had bren dead several hours. She had taken the ropts of a portiere curtain, tied one end around her neck and the other to the top rail of the bannister and hung herself. Her feet were within a few Inches of the floor and she evidently slowly strangled to death. City Physclan Tlnley, in the ab sence of Coroner Treynor from the city, ordered the body cut down and taken to Cutler's undertaking rooms. Storlen Are at Variance. Marie Jorgenson, better known to her friends as Maggie, when taken Into cus tody Thursday night, professed to be un able to speak English and her atatement, made to Chief of Police Richmond, was through an Interpreter. She said that she and Born had been sweethearts In Den mark ten years ago, but that she had not seen him since until she met him in Omaha about a mnth ago. This statement Is contradicted by Rasmus Larsen, giving his address as 276 South Twentieth street, Omaha, who told the police that Miss Jorgenson came to Omaha about two months ago from Warren, Pa and that his wife assisted her in securing employment as a domestic. Bhe told Chief Richmond further that Born wrote to her about a year ago telling her to come to the L'nited States, and she did so. She ad mitted she hod been living with Born as his wife, although she was fully aware that he had a wife and four children in Penn sylvania. She professed Ignorance of the law and claimed she did not know she was doing wrong. She took her arrest stolidly and did not appear at all exercised. Conld Speak Knatllsh. That the woman could speak English was disclosed while she was being taken to the home of Mrs. Brooks by an officer. She asked the officer to allow her to go. as she wished to go to the home of her grand mother. ' This was the first Intimation she had given that she bad any relatives In this country. Bom's arrest waa brought about by Mrs. Larsen, who had received a letter making inquiries about her husband. Mrs. Larsen called at the place where Miss Jorgenson was employed and asked her If Peter Born was in Omaha. Tha woman made an evasive reply, and that evening suddenly left her employers. She and Born nre then supposed to have come to. Council Bluffs, where Born was working in the cornice shop of Petersen & Grahl. Born was not apprised of the woman's suicide until he waa arraigned In police court. When the news was imparted to him he almost fainted. He at once sent a telegram to his wife in Warren, saying he was under nrrest; that Maggie Jorgenson had' committed suicide and he would be willing to return home to her if she with drew the charge against him. Chief of Police Richmond received a telegram yesterday afternoon from Bom's wife stating she would leave at once for Council Bluffs. The telegram was In an swer to one sent her by the chief Thurs day night apprising her of her husband's arrest. Not First Attempt on l ife. According1 to a statement mads by Born yesterday afternoon, Marie Jorgenson had made a previous attempt to end her life. Ha said that about three weeks ago on returning to his room in the evening he found a note from the woman stating that l he would not see her alive again. Born at once hastened to AT.ss Jorgenson's boarding place and, according to his story, waa Just in time to save her life. The woman, ha said, had tied a rope around her neck and one end to the bed poat and was deliberately strangling herself to death. Born said be could ascribe no I reason why the woman was anxious to take her own life. , Born said further that Miss Jorgenson on her arrival in the United States from Denmark about a year ago went direct to Warren, Pa., where lie and his family were living. She first secured employ ment in the Emergency hospital and later I In a private family. , She left Warren about three mpnths ago and went to Omaha, where he followed her about four weeks ago. The woman, he Bald, had no ! relatives in this country, end her etata i ment to the officer Thursday night that i aha had a grandmother to whom ahe ; wanted to go was false. When Miss Jorgenson came to this coun-1 try ahe waa accompanied by a young wo man named Betty Olson, who Is aaid to be nt present working in the Emergency hos. pital in Warren. Chief of Police Richmond uroto to her yesterday apprising her of ths suicide of Marie Jorgenson and ask : lng If she could give any Information as to the dead woman's relatives in Den mark. N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tel. no; night, F-67. HIGH SCHOOL MEET DRAWS WELL Some Eieitln Contests, lint Ko Rec ords Are Broken. While no records were smashed, the an nual field day of the Council Bluffs High school, held yesterday afternoon at ths Union Driving park, offered an Interesting program of events and a number of close finishes. The attendance was good, even better than had been anticipated, aa every one not owning a carriage had to walk from Avenue A to the park, the motor company having abandoned Ita track on Eighteenth atrett. Thursday'a rain had Irft the track eomewhat heavy, but other wise conditions were must favorable fur the meet. In the two-mile bicycle race Jacob! and Meneray collided during the flrat quarter and fall, and Swansvu secured a tumbl MAY 7, 1904. . also by running Into them. They all re mounted and Jncobl succeeded In getting second place and Meneray third. Tha sophomores carried off the honors of ths day, winning sventy-sven points, with the Juniors second with twenty-fire points, the seniors and freshmen tying (or tail end with twenty-one points each. P. L. Ross acted ns starter In place of Fire Chief Nicholson. The other track offlclala were: Referee. Painter Knox: time keepers, W. H. Dudley. Fred Johnson: judges, J. A. Clark, J. M. Chestnut and W. Jf. Clifford; announcer. W. F. Sapp. Summaries of the evema follow: One hundred vsrd dash: Nlcoll first, Redfern second, Bulhoff third; eight entries. Time: 0:11. Pole vault: Norgaard first. Brown second, Joslln third; four entries. Height: 8 feet. 8 Inches. On hundred twenty-yard hurdle: Nor gaard first. Hardin second. Hennlngor third; three entries. Time: 0:?. Half-mllo run: Redfern first, Hardin sec ond, Mortenson third; five entries. Time: 2:21Ht. Hammer throw: Redfern first, Mcoll second, Norgaard third; four entries. Dis tance: STi feet, 10 Inches. Two hundred and twenty yard dash: Nlcoll first, Sulhnff second. Baird third; seven entries. Time: u.244j. Two-mile bicycle: Andrus first, Jacobl SH-ond, Meneray third; five entries. Time: 5:V Running high Jump: Cleaver first. Fisher second, Dudley third; eight entries. Height: 5 feet, 8 Inches. Two hundred and twenty yard hurdle: Nlcoll flrat, Norganrd second. Cleaver third; three entries. Time: 0:.1ul. Shot put: Dudley first. Nlcoll second, Redfern third; seven entries. Distance: 35 feet. H Inch. Four hundred and forty yard dash: Nlcoll first. Balrd second, Demln third; three entries. Time: 0:57. Discus throw: Dudley first. Norgnafd second, Nlcoll third; three entries. Dis tance: SS feet. 8 Inches. Running broad jump: SulhofT first. Nor gaard second. Nlcoll third; three entries. Instance: 17 feet. 10 Inches. Half m e bicycle: Andrus nrst, meneray second. Flower third; five entries. Time: 2 lh4. Mile run: Hardin first. Redfern second, Elms third; three entries. Time: E:r. Relay rnce. half mile: sophomores Iirst, Juniors second, seniors third, fourth. Time: 1:4c1. freshmen rillntr ccssary for Library. The tests made by Messrs. Woodward, architects, on the Carnegie library sits show that piling will be absolutely neces sary for the safe construction of the build ing. The tests not only confirm the ex pressed opinion of the archltecta, but of everyone acquainted with the character of the ground In the vicinity of Bayliss park. The sound'na- tests revealed at least two feet of water at a depth of six feet. Thei weight tests carried out with raving brick piled on a platform resulted In the ground sinking under the load on and three quarter tnehrs. The load was so arranged as to represent as near as possible the estimated pressure of the building to the square foot. Piling was driven for the foundations of the Grand hotel and the court house nnd the architects as a result of the testa will I report to the library board the necessity of piling for 'the Carnegie library building. In connection with the Carnegie library It Is stated that H. V. Rattln of thia c'.'y will superintend the construction of the building on behalf of the board. Fay Gets His Diamonds. L. E. Fay of Clinton, la., has at last succeeded In securing the return of the dia monds stolen from his brother's house In Clinton about a year ago. The robbery was alleged to have been committed by the Rogers-Tolan-Burrler gang. Burrler was sent to the penitentiary from Clinton, Dolan was committed from 8lou City and Rog ers waa sent to Fort Madison from here for the murder of Saloonkeeper Forney. Fay has always Insisted that the dia monds were planted In Omaha, and It Is stated that a party In Omaha yesterday turned up the stolen Jewelry. The dia monds were returned to Mr. Fay yesterday afternoon through a memher of the sher iff's office. While but little Information was obtain able yesterday evening. It la understood that Fred Bunting, a former saloonkeeper of this city, and who was recently in dicted In Clinton on a charge of burglary, assisted In securing the return of the diamonds. He was In Council Bluffs yes terday. Memorial Donation to School. Herman Mendel, whose wife was one of the victims of the Iroquois theater fire in Chicago, has as a memorial to her set aside the sum of $100 a year during the remainder of his life for the public schools of Neola, this county, where he was for merly engaged in the banking business. The money Is to be devoted yearly toward the purchase of a public school library and equipment for the scleheo department. A committee will be named each year to carry out the wishes of the donor, the com mittee for this year being County Superin tendent McManus, School Director J. H. Schlerbrock and L. B. Goodrich, a banker of Neola. In recognition of the gift May 1 'will henceforth he known and observed In the Neola schools as Mendel day. Desk Rrtom to Rent. Omaha Dally Bee, 10 Pearl street, Council Bluffs. Woodbine Ulan struck by Llghtnlnar. LOGAN, la.. May . (Special..) Oscnr Russell, n yonng man living In Woodbine, was struck by lightning yesterday morning at 11:80 and as a result has lost the sight of one eye and will be permanently deaf. He was walking down the railroad track when the storm began and took shelter under a tree, which waa aoon after struck. His face was badly torn and his left eye destroyed. Runsell managed to wnlk half a mile to Ed Atherton's farm, where help was found. FIRE RECORD. Bias at Logan. LOQAN, la.. May . (Special.) Last night at o'clock a gasoline stove exploded In Acrea'a pool halt and caused a conflagra tion that leaves that structure but a shell and seriously damaged an adjoining tin sheeted building occupied by Johnson's cigar factory. There was no wind to spread the flames, but in spite of this the volun teer fire company had serious trouble In extinguishing the Are and did not succeed in doing so until almost 'two hours had elapsed. R. A. Welch owns the pool hall building and William DcGarma owns the building occupied by Johnson's cigar fac tory. No Insurance was on either building. These buildings were so dilapidated that the loss will probably hot be more than $5oO. MEXICAN Mustang Liniment currsi Froatbitea and ChlltltUxua MEXICAN Mustang Liniment liet thing lor a lamia Lor, MEXICAN Mustang Liniment OLrivaai mt (Ol InflammaAitMa, r " ' " 11 1 '" k I APPROVE ELUDING PLANS! SUM 0niTr-ly to Cave Nw f e'ence Hall taJ an Attbtic Loildintr. CONTRACTS LET F03 WORK ON CAPITOL Colored Man Gets Fifty Dollars 1 a Hi nges for He Inn Hefa.ed a Meal in a lira Moines Board ing: llonae. (From n Staff Correspondent.) DES MOINES. May 8 tSpccliil.) State Superintendent Rlggs went to Iowa City today where he attended the regular meet ing of the Hoard of Rments of the lowa State university. This was the llrst meet ing of the board since the adjournment of tho legislature and the making of the an nual appropriations for the state university, and the chief work was to determine on the plans for the buildings nnd improve ments authorized and the expenditures if the funds nt the t!siosal of the univer sity. Two new members of the board took their seats, J. W. Lauder of Afton and V. I.. Treynor of Council UlufTs. Tho board Inspected the plans for the permanent Improvements submitted by the board's architect, and approved the plan for tho new Science hall. This building was defin itely located on the campus. Only A part of the building will be erected nt once, but It will ultimately be the central build ing for tho eiutiie group. It will be similar In appearance to the Hall of Liberal Arts, bo built ol brick and stone and be fire proof. The cost will be nearly li'.O'O.OO. i Tho plans were approved, also, fur the ,' new Athletic building, which Is to cost S.'o.OOrt. The Engineering building will not be erected at once. The board contemplates no general chnr.ges in- the faculty, though rumors have been set afloat that Important Changes nre to the made, and in general the work of tho university was approved. Death of Snperlntrndant Gim, The State Board of Control received word of the death this morning of M. T. Gas, superintendent of the Iowa Soldiers' Or phans' home at Davenport, after an Ill ness of three or four Weeks with pneu monia, complicated wRh eryslpelns. Mr. Gass hnd been superintendent at Daven port since September 1, IK'5. He had prev iously been at the liea.l of the state deaf school for Michigan nt Flint. He was a graduate of the University of Michigan und about f.O years old. He Is survived by a wife only. Members or tne noaru say that he was uniformly successful, was a great favorite with the 5C0 children en trusted to his c.-.re, and that it will be a difficult matter to fill his place. Contract for Capitol Work. The State Executive council held a iong session this morning and let contracts for the new steel work In the vault in the olticc of the state auditor, and crown work in the safety vaults In the auditor's office and that of secretary of state. Tho steel work contract went to the Iowa Safe com pany and the other to Charles B. Langley, both of Dea Moines. The interior work in state offices Is being done by the execu tive council, as the State Capitol commis sion hat no authority for such work. Reports from Slate Institutions. The monthly reports from state Insti tutions are being received ty the Board of Control. Tfiey show that In the month eleven inebriates escaped from Cherokee, eighteen from Mount Pleasant and four from Independence, while a total of eight escaped ones were returned to the three institutions. Population of the institutions April 30, with change, was aa follows: Eldora 503, loss three; Mltchcllvllle 210, no change; Fort Madison 48L gain sixteen; Anamosa 3S6, loss ten; Mount Pleasant 883, loss four; Independence 961, gain eleven; Cherokee GV4. gain five; Glcnwood 968, gain five; Clarlnda 9il, gain seven. This does not Include a total of nighty-four inebriates at the insane hospitals. Army Post Ilulldlnica. Major Turner. United States army, who is in charge of the construction work at the army post for Fort Des Moines, has forwarded plans for the drainage system to Washington, and It Is expected the contracts will be let at Washington in a .iihiiiii iae' '!' ."I" aiwiu'waamaaiimi I II is ai 11 in uiaain g IwmWaiaainiiiiiiraaiiiH ili '" iataaaaaaaaaiaaaaaaaMa nimmnaa arnMiiiiil In mniiiiainaaiS ifSPEGIAL PRICES OEI t,iEATS 1 17 lbs. Best Leaf Lard 01.00 Best Picnic Ham. lb 6ic Best Breakfast Bacon, lb 9Jc Pork Loins, lb 6ic Spare Ribs, lb 4c Best PJavel Oranges, each Ic i (J u Best lYiessina Lemons, eacn ic Central Grocery 'PHONE 2.4. -.a,..-1 i-lf,.i I, Here We Jiai. aaimiaaii Comprre our prices with others and notice bow much, you can save at our market. Fork Chops, 3 lbs.. I'ork I.olits, per lb., Pork Huts, per lb. . , r.ollliiK lU'et, per lb, Tot Koiist, per 11). . , Good Htcuk, 4 lbs. , , Hound Stt nk Sirloin rUr-nk , I'ortM'botiHH fcUcak.. 25o 7io 2tfc 5c 25o lOo 10c lUo THE 0RVIS MARKET Deliver to Any Port of the City. Telephone 46. COUNCIL BLUFFS. S37 W. Droadway. sk2BES99 BES901TS MEXICAN f Austang Liniment tor Man, Beast or Poultry. MEXICAN Mustang Liniment bealn Old Sora quickly. MEXICAN Mustanu Liniment few days. As yet no drains system has been provided for the post and It la much needed. Ha also anticipates orders very i timn to advertise for bids for the re- tmalnder cf the buildings planned for tha post. One-third of the work h yet to be done N fore the post is completed - ---::rn headquarters of the commandant, and an other set of barracks will bo commenced soon. Colored Maa Gets Damagrt, A jury In the district court this morn ing awarded W. H. Humburd, a negro, damages In his suit against Edward Crawford and Mrs. Crawford, keepera of a boarding house at Ninth and Locust streets. Humburd served on a Jury a few weeks ago. and was taken out, with the eleven other men, to be served with dinner at the Crawford boarding house, according to tho custom of keeping the Jurymen toarether until a Verdict was reached. Tho Crawfords declined to serve the col ored man, and he, charged In his dam nt;e suit, offered to pay for his meal nt another place. He sued for fl.jCX The annual report on fire Insurance from the office of the state auditor waa Issued today, a book of 500 j-ages. giving all In formation In regard to companies doing business In Iowa. Fixed Meaaare af Damages. . In a case from Linn county the supreme court today entered a reversal bocauso of erroneous Instruction a to measure of damages in a personal damage case. Margaret C. 'lobbs had recovered a Judg ment for damages against tha city of Marion on account of being thrown Into a ditch left open In the street when her horse been mo unmanageable. The court decides that Inasmuch as there was no evidence In the ense as to specific cost of care and nursing and doctor bills tho lower court did wrong in allowing the Jury to consider these matters In fixing the verdict. A Jury may eatlmata dam ages for mental r.ngulsh :.nd pain without an Itemised ttatement, but not make es timates on other things. Court Decisions. The following were the court decisions: Maliel Townsend, appellant, against Almur Steri.; Harrison county, Judge. Maey; affirmed; opinion by Sherwln. May Agnes Rogers fcnalnt Western Mutual Lifif association, appellant; Chick asaw county, Judgt) Fellows; affirmed by l.add. ! Margaret C Hobbs against City of Marlon, appellant; Linn county. Judge Trelchler; reversed by Weaver. Kate W. Spanglor ugalnst J. F. Rogers, appellant; Pottawattamie county, Judge Thornell; reversed by McClaln. 1. B. Sutherland, appellant, agalnat Ci ot Council muffs. Pottawattamie county, Judge Thornell; affirmed by Bishop. L. R. Temple, appellant, against George E. Pennell; Cnsa county, Judge Wheeler; affirmed by the court. rtatas of Strike. With contractors promising to have im ported men in the city by tonight or In the morning, with union men In possession of a carload and several wagons of lumber. and both factions steadfast in their an nounced determination to stand by their respective ultimatums, the outlook for nn early settlement of the labor troubles Is not bright today. The contractors did not divulge the places whence their carpenters will come, nor would they state as to whether or not the new men nre union men. They assert, however, that within a tew daya enough will have to come to warrant a partial resumption of work. Several thousand feet of lumber which union men have clubbed together to pur chase arrived In the city this morning. One carload came from Perry, In., and Is standing In the Des Moines union yards near Eleventh street. Two wagon loads that have been hauled from a small hamlet cast of Des Moines got in this afternoon and two loads are following. This material will be used by he carpenters in complet ing work that they are doing Independently. Horse Disease In Iowa, A peculiar horse disease that has so far ' baffled the authorities has spread to some extent In Iowa. French horses Imported here are thought to have brought the germs. While no great alarm Is felt, the Iowa veterinary department Is endeavoring to allay any possible progress of the dis ease. The advisability of prohibiting the Importation of French horses Is being con sidered by the federal Department of Agriculture, which Is extending aid to the various state societies engaged In stamp ing out the parasitical malady. and Meat Market 600 - 602 BROADWAY, - -- HIii II 111 Illl Are Again! Veal 8teak 10o Venl Stew 5C Veal Uonst. go lOo 7o lie. I, a in b Stew SklmitHl llnniH. . Shoulder Hums Ill'Bt Dnooii Kettle Rendered I.nrd Heat Halt l'ork. . ., . . . Iluuer 25o ...8c 17o MEXICAN Mustang Liniment cures Cuta, barns, Bruin MEXICAN Mustang Liniment cure Bpraiba and Strain. MEXICAN Mustang Liniment in a ioaili v cur for i'llaa.