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TITE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, AUGUST 25. 1004.
AirwC rM7 TAJT'Th "PT7QTH i. vv vy COUNCIL MI30R MEVTJO. rv1 sells drug. LefTert's glas.es fit. Ktockert sells carpet. fichmldt's r.ew studio, 406 Broadway. Swell photos at sbfunk prices, William. Tucker's new B way Blu!'. til k on tht (round tilwein I'earl at. and postofflce. Another largo slilj-tin-nt of Miu-y tram'1! Just recclvfd. Alexander's. i3 Itruml". ay. "Colonel" Vrei 8ton, who rirrntly re rontly resigned the office of city pound master, has nerurml a position ho waiter ni a dining car between Council Bluffs and I'ortland. The Hock Island railroad will run two excursions to- Council Hinds Sunday. Ona train from the west will be made tip by pnnena;era from liellevlllc, Kan.; I'awnf-e and Nelson,-N., and will start from Fair bury, Neb. The one frim the east will brlii( cacurslonlste from Atlantic, Audubon, Harlan und Carson. Mies Myrtle Tucker left yesterday for a two wecKH' vacation at Hot Springs, 8. Ij. The funeral of John C. (.'cyan, who acci dentally shot himself lust Sunday after noon, wi held yeatenlay morning; trum the family residence on Kourth avenue. Ilcv. 11. Clemmer, pa.itor of the Firm Chris tian church, conducted the services and Inlerment was fti Walnut Hill cemetery. As evidence of their sympathy for the !e I'Uved family the funeral was attended by a large gathering of the friends and ) neighbors of the deceased. The members of Council HlutTs Court of Honor, to which Mr. Coyan beloned, sttenilcd In a hotly. l he widow and other members of the fam ily desired that an Inquest te held In order thai It might be stitiwn that Hie shooting; was purely accidental and not with suicidal Intent. Coroner Treynor, however, decided that an Inquest was unnecessary under the circumstances, . A meeting of the Ohio club of Pottawat tamie coumy will tie held Friday evening at 8 o'clock In the rooms of the Commer cial club. The committee which met with the committee from the Omaha society wll! make a report nnd final arrangements for the Joint plcnl of the- two organisa tions to b held Friday. September 17. In Falrmount park, will 1 made. Secretary Reed urges that all members be present ut the meeting Friday evening. John K. Judon. who was committed April J3 to Bt. nernard s hospital, made his escape Tuesday evening, but wss recap tured shortly after midnight by Sheriff Canning and Deputy t.roneweg. The Wotre-Lovett Klectrlcal company has brought suit In tha district court here agilnst J. A. Griffith for 1.2.11.B!i, balance claimed to be due for work done, and mft turiul supplied during 1902. A marriage license was Issued yesterday to William Huebnsr, Jr., aged 21. of Mlne ola, la., and Charlotte Aunchuti, aged 20, of this city. At the annual meeting of the Tottawatta mle County Farmers' Mutual Fire Insur ance company the old )fllcera were all re-, elected" The report of Secretary E. H. Ohlendorf showed the company to have en ' Joyed a prosperous yeur and to be In a flourishing condition. II. M. Heeds, Jr., who was charged with disturbing the i.eace by applying a vile epithet to S. N. Chernlss. a Hroadway grocer. Was fined 111) and costs In police court yesterday- morning. . . Lawrunco Nelson, who pre-empted a por tion of the sidewalk on South Main street on which to ulecp a Jag off, was sentenced ... .1..... In Ih. Mttf lull m it-ii firvyn mt ii inuiiitiTii iv . yesterday. In the district court yesterday Judge Wheeler overruled a motion for a new trial In the suit, of. Ouderklrk against l'etersen & Schoenltig. A motion for a new trial In the Smlth-ltyan will case was submitted and taken undor advisement by Judge Wheeler. 1 .The regular meeting of the Retail Gro ters' and Butchers' association will be held thla evening. Utllcers for the ensuing year will be placed In nomination. I.lly Camp Aid society will meet Friday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. Crocker, a.li Oakland avenue. , The regular meeting of the Woman's Aux iliary of Ur.ue Episcopal church will be held this afternoon at the residence of Mra. C. 11. Jackson, on South First street. Vnr lie ut. . An- -xrellent-frkie location, froatihg -on "Pearl atrcet, olily half a block from Broad way, with a nice large showwlndow which can be used for display. Bee office, 10 Pearl street. Council Bluffs. , Dralulnic ISortU lluttoma. - Cotinty Supervisor Baker, under the di rection of tho city council, Is expending a portion of the county road fund levied within the city limits In constructing a system of drainage which will relieve the flooded conditions In the north purt of the city. The ditches are being, dug on one side of the thoroughfares on Ninth ave nue' fronl Twenty-second to Nineteenth 'streets; on F-ighth avenue from-Nineteenth street to Seventeenth atreet and on Seven teenth street north to Second avenue. These drains empty Into the ditch running to Spoon, lake. The dirt taken from the sides of the rond to form the ditches Is used In, rounding up the surface of the streets. ' Alderman Younkerman will submit to the city council a plan for preventing the. over' flow on Broadway by surface wnter from ' South FlrHt street In time of heavy rain. He figures that by a slight change bt gfrSfle at Jhe .intersections of First street and . Broadway, the -water from South First ' street' c'ati be 'carried directly into Indian Creek at North First street. Tho cost of 'auch change, he1 estimated, ' will not x- ceed a few hundred" dollars. Ileal Kstatf Transfers, ' . These transfers, were reported, to tha ""Bee, August U, by the Title Ouarnnty and Trust company, of Council Bluffs: ' William 1U11, to J. Fletcher, lot S. Aud sulvswV ne'-i 29-76-13, w. 1... t 1 Nellie W. Woodbury nnd husband to i F.llu Tlmberman. lots 6 and 6. block 15. Stutsmsn's 2d add, w. d 100 Henry Brugenhemkn and wife to A. B. Jaquith, part lot S In wVi swVi 6-74-4.1, w. d ,000 ' John Q Sullivan and wife to Wlllls-n J. Levaiatt. lot 11, block 4, Babbitt place, w. d 3V) Four transfers, total $4,301 Tr'ynor Is Sow Incorporated. Trey-nor, Pottawattamie county, Is now an 'incorporated town. Judge Wheeler of . the district - court having yesterday ap proved the report of tht commissioners, showing the election of town officers, held July IS. There were forty-two' votes cast and' these, officers hava been declared elected: Mayor, Ed Kleh: treasurer, P. O. 611ver; clerk. O. O, Buck; aldermen, F. Hoist, Dan Vol kens, Henry C. Deetken, C. W. Bulger, M. A. Berkeraeler. C. R. Gelth. -' lilt the HUh risers. , Freeman Heed, clerk of the district court, and Ipuy .Sheriff W. A. Qroneweg, who registered for the Rosebud reservation land drawing at Bonesterl, received offlclul notification yetterday that 4hey had drawn respectively, Nos. 81,197 and 90,626. Neither expects to get any laud. WESTERN IOWA . .COLLEGE Fall term opena September 1. New Cat alogue and College journal for the asking. Write or call for Information. K. B. MU.I.KH, Preslaleal, Maaoale Teiula. Tkvst B-41141. l ouaeil Hloffs, la LEWIS CUTLDlt 'MORTICIAN. ' tt Par! Bt., Couuoll Blufla, 'Phone V7. x x jlavj BLUFFS WORK ENOUGH FOR COURTS Railroads and Motor Company Alike d to Divide Up Surplus. UNUSUAL GRIST OF DAMAGE CASES umber of I'nhappy tooples Petition Court to erer the Marrlur floods Jadge Mary to rreslde In September. The term of district court which opens In this city Tuesday, September 6 and which will bo presided over by Judge N. W. Macy promises to be an unusually heavy one. Judging from the number of suits already filed. Yesterday was an es pecially heavy day In the office of Clerk Heed, no K-ss than twenty new cases being filed for tho Peptember term. As usual the railroads and street car company appear as defendants In many of the suits, while there Is the usual number of divorce cases. Among those filed yesterday were the fol lowing: Cleorge Monsen against the Illi nois Central Railroad Company, In which ho seeks to recover fl.SuO for alleged per sonal Injuries received on August 4 last. The plaintiff, a section hand, claims that while driving spikes and using a hammer provided by the company the hammer broke and a fragment struck him on the left .arm. Inflicting a serious wound. It. W. Olhisted, as administrator of Louts fl Moore, filed his petition against the Northwextern railroad, in which he asks $l(),fK) for the death of Moore, who was killed while trying to board a train at Clin ton December 26, 1902. Eurl Chlckerlng brings suit for $1,000 from the Union Paclflo railroad. Chicketing on July 10 last waa stealing a ride to this city on. a train bearing the Parker Amusement company from Grand Island, when ha waa put off the train by a member of the train crew. , , Chris Chrlstensen of this city seeks to recover $l5 damages from the Northwest ern railroad for being, as' he alleges, as saulted by a passenger while returning from Bonesteel, 8. D., on July 14 last. J. P. Anderson, who was with Christen sen and alleges a similar assault, also brings suit nnd asks 11,000 damages. Bessie Harris filed her petition In a suit against the Great Western railroad, in which she asks llO.ooo damages for the death of Daniel Clanccy at McClelland on October 29, 1. . . . Motor Company's tirlst. S. . P. Uorensen brings suit against the motor company for 2,000 damages for per sonal injuries alleged to have 1een received June, J4 last.. , .... Miss Jeanette N. Brown, a sister-in-law of County Attorney Killpaek, appears as plaintiff In a $10,000. personal injury damage suit against tho motor company. Miss Brown was seTlously Injured while alight ing from a car in Omaha on July 17 last. Albert O. Meneray, by his next friend, F. W. Menerny, brings suit against the city of Council Bluffs, claiming $725 dam ages for Injuries which he and a com panion, Iwrence G.. Woodford, received on the night of August' 4 by driving into a pile of lime and other material at tha intersection of North Second street and Washington avenue which, hud been left unprotected. Nels Johnson asks $1,000 damages from A. W. Minnlck & Son, contractors for hauling the United States mall to and from the depots in this city. On July 27 last a team hitched to a mall wagon ran away and dashed Into a buggy- ocenpied by Johnson. Marie Paulson brings suit against Lnw rence Hansen, a farmer of Audubon county for whom she worked during the year 1908, for $2,000. Miss Paulson alleges that while In the employ of Hansen she had her hand smashed while working a corn mill and one of her fingers was cut off. Several Want Divorces. Lillian Hober asks for a divorcei from Adolptv C. Hober, to- whom she wan mar ried in thla city August 27, 1900. Catherine Otto, who1 waa married to A. H. OtU in Fremont, Neb., on July 28, 1891, seeks a divorce on the grounds of cruel and lnhumun. treatment. Loren B. McCargar seeks a divorce from Jennie p. McCargar, whombe married In .Algernon, Custer county, Nebraska, In De cember, 1886. " -. . Lorena McKlnley wp.a married to Charles McKinley In this city March 27. .1898, and because of bis. alleged cruel and lnhumun treatment of her now asks the court to errant her a divorce, as well ak the custody of their iuinor children. Mrs. Ollle J. Marshall, formerly of Coun cil Bluffs, but now a resident of Wahoo, Neb., brings suit to have set aside and annulled articles of adoption by whloh she surrendered on May 31, 1901, her daughter, Mable Z. Marshall, to Hugh B. and Clara Virginia Whatsit of thla-city. County Attorney Killpaek commenced an injunction suit In the district court yes terday to restrain Dr. Henry C. Deetken, who runa a drug store at Treynor, this county, from selling liquor. It Is alleged that Dr. Deetken has been selling liquor for other than medicinal purposes. The county attorney also commenced in junction prqceedlnga against Teter Schwen sohn. a saloonkeeper In Mlnden. Adolph Mathlasen, owner ot the building In which the saloon is located, la named as party defendant. Plumbing and heating. Blxby ft Bon. Chance at Poor Farm. Supervisors Brandes and Bullls were in the city last evening on tbelr way home from the county poor farm at McClelland where they yesterday Installed O. L. Bar rltt of Haiel Dell township aa superin tendent In place. of John Knox, who with his family left the institution yesterday. Mr. Barrltt assumes the position of su perintendent on probation, so to speak, but it Is expected, that he will be appointed permanently when the boar.) holde Its next regular aesslon. Miss Margaret O'Neill retaina her position aa matron. N. T. Plumblnc Co. Tel. SO. Night, F6S7. Conarmsman Wade Renominated. . DAVENPORT, la., Aug. 24 (Special.) There was great enthusiasm at the demo cratic congressional convention held hsre today, at which Congressman Wade waa named by acclamation to succeed himself aa representative from the Second district. Many democrats from outside the district attended the convention and took part In the demonstration In favor ot th lo'ne Iowa democratic congressman. Urnartrlsta surrender Permits. JEFFERSON, la.. Aug. 14. (Special.) The sensation of the week was sprung here today by the announcement that upon re quest of Sheriff Fred B. Anderson, three of the four Jefferson druggist turned In their permits for selling liquor and yoluntarlly gave up the license which granted them the privilege of dispensing "booat" for "me. dlclnal puipoa only." Tha action was - j x ivvm x w v v 2 x advised upon the statement of County At torney Alberts that the matter of Illegal selling would be brought to the a-t?n;lon of the grand Jury unless some such action was taken. The three druggists who are now running dry shops are Davis & Mer rill, E. C. Freeman snd J. F. Shuey. E. W. Foy still holds his permit. OLD SOI.niKH ARK AT LOG AX Western Iowa Veterans See- Base Rail Game and Listen to Addresses. LOGAN, la., Aug. 24. (Special.) Tester day morning began the two-dfly session of the sixteenth annual reunion of the Western Iowa Veterans' association. At the morning session at 11 o'clock In the park the following program was rendered: Invocation, Ch-laln Jesse-Cole of M.ir shalltovm; address of welcome, Charles R, Bolter, response. Commander J. C. Mllil msn; music, band, drum corps and Irdles' quartet. At 1 o'clock the second section of the program was given as follows: In vocation, Rev. H. Kremers of the Prefhy terian church; address, Cong'essman Wal ter I. Smith; address, ltev. Jesse Colt; music, drum corps and ladles' quartet. At S o'clock the first gam'! of the base ball tournament was played. It was be tween the Missouri Valley and Woodblns nines and resulted In favor of Missouri Valley with a score of i to 4 n follows: Missouri Valley OOOOOOOH 06 Woodbine 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 04 Base hits: Woodbine. 4: Missouri Valley, 11. Batteries: Woodbine. Wleelv and Kills; Mlpsourl Valley, Alderman and Coe. This morning Woodbine plays Modale and the winner of this game plays In the after noon with Missouri Valley for a purse of $100. A balloon ascension occurred at 7 o'clock and at 8 o'clock occurred a campflre In the park where the following program was rendered: Addresses by John A. Traver, P. C. fltlre, A. J. Patrick, Jesse Cole and A. J. Chantry; music by drum corps and glee club. Extending fever System. SHENANDOAH, la., Aug. 24. (Bpeclal.) The city council has ordered In two miUa of additional sewer, the new lines cov ering all of that territory between Sheri dan avenue on the north nnd Church street on the west. Bids -will be opened Septem ber 2 nnd it Is thought that the contract will aggregate $12,000. This will mage the sewer connections almost complete In the district mentioned as far south as Summit street. Shenandoah will pave five blocks of Its main street this fall. The city council has passed a resolution to that effect and bids for the work will be ad vertised for this week. The paving will be brick on a concrete base. Find IHIaslngr Baby.. MARSH ALLTOWN, la., Aug. 24. (Spe cial Telegram.) Baby Jenks, the two-weeks-old baby abandoned In the depot Saturday night, and who mys teriously disappeared Monday night, was located late last night In the apartments of Ray Williams, a woman of the town, by Sheriff Hutson, and. this morning proper papers were obtained, giv ing Its custody to Dr. Rosa Llebig, humane officer. The woman would give no ex planation of the child's presenoe. The mother was brought from Waterloo this morning and released oh personal bonds. Harrison Connty Democratic Ticket. LOGAN, la., Aug. 24. (Special. Yester day morning at 10:80 o'clock the Harrison county democratic convention convened at the courthouse in Logan. D. M. Harris was chosen chairman and E. T. Child secretary. The following nominations .were made: Recorder, Gale Mills, Logan; auditor, Fred Cromle, Woodbine; clerk of the district court, Everett Garnet, Plsgah; county at torney, Charles R. Bolter, Logan; super visor of district No. 2,' F". P. Carlisle Of Raglan township. Ninety-one delegates were in attendance. Fatally Injured by Cars. FORT DODGE. Ia., Aug.' 24. (Special.) Joseph Fallno, a laborer employed by the Barber Asphalt company In this city, was run over by a box car In the Great West ern yards this evening and both legs sev ered. A switch engine was engaged In making a flying switch. .Fallno escaped the engine, but waa caught by the box car, both trucks passing over him. When taken to the hospital physicians discovered a bad fracture of the skull. He cannot live. Old Soldiers' Reunion. SIDNEY, la., Aug. 24.-(Speclal.)-The old soldiers of southwest Iowa met i.t Riv erton yesterday in their sixteenth, annual reunion and , will be In session four days. The weather Is fine and the first' meeting is largely attended. There Is quite a marked fulling off In the number of the old war heroes of 18R1. The principal ad dress was given In the afternoon tj At torney J. 8. Estes of this jlrce. A num ber of prominent speakers will appear on the program from day to day. Crops Looking; Fine. SHENANDOAH, la., Aug. 24.-(Speclal.) The crop conditions here so far -aside from the damage to some of the small grains have been excellent. Corn never looked to well In the Nlshabotna valley and If the 'frosts hold off the usual time a splendid crop Is assured. The hay har vest waa Immense and the country Is al ready full of feed. Everything seems to be playing Into the hands of the farmer at this time. Fair a Financial Success. 8HENANPOAH, la.. Aug. 24.-(Spoclal.) The Shenandoah fair management flnda that after all expenses have been paid It will be between $2,000 and $3,000 ahead of the cost of the exhibition thla year. In addition It has the satisfaction of knowing that It held the biggest and best county fair ever held In this section of the state. The banner day waa greeted by an at tendance of 11,000 people and the two days following were also well attended. Spiritualists to Elect Officers. CLINTON, la., Aug. 24. (Special.)-At the annual meeting of the Mississippi Val ley Spiritualist association the following officers were elected: President, W. F. Peck, St. Louis, Mo.; vice-president, W. A. Willing. North wood, la.;, secretary, Mrs. M. B. Anderson, Clarksville, Mo.; treas urer, Mrs. Christie Cooper, Clinton; trus tees, David Stanton. New Sharon, la.j J. N. Randall, Ottumwa. Anti-Saloon Leaatne to JHeet. SIDNEY, Ia.,i Aug. 2t-(8pecial.)-Th Fremont county antl-auloon convention will meet at thla place August Jl. Dr. I. N. McCaah, state pr-sldent, of Des Moines, will be present and deliver an address. The temperance movement Is well organised in Fremont county and the workers are doiqg active service. The Bee Want Ads Are the lies Business Boosters. Fremont District Court Convenes SIDNEY. Ia.. Aug. 24-(Speclal.)-Th, August term of the district court will con vene at 8ldney. Ia., August lo. with Judge O. D. Wheeler on the bench. The docket U a large one at this time and there "s a number of Important coses to come up. There are eleven divorce suits to be dis posed, of. If you hava anything; to trade, advertise It In the Thla for That column In The hen TOW A HARD NUT FOR OFFICIALS Iowa Called Upon to. Pass on Incorporation of InTcatment Companies. STATE FAIR CONTINUES TO DRAW WELL J origin a; of Rotter Shows There Little to Choose Retnren Mans of the Competitors losvana Take First rrlse. Is (From a Staff Correspondent.) DES MOINES, Aug. 24 iSiclal.)-State officials of Iowa are Just now up against a proposition which means the setting of a precedent in the matter of regulation of corporations for the protection of the pub lic which may have lasting effect In the state. Several corporations have recently filed articles of Incorporation under Which they ask the right to do business in the state, but this is not under the general law regarding corporations, but a special law passed last winter by the legislature. These companies all purpose to do business in "Investment" schemes of various kinds. The law Is one which was adopted as a substitute for one which would compel all "homo co-operative" Investment concerns to be classed as building aud loan. It provides for regulation of all such Com panies, but before they can be Incorpor ated their plan of doing business must be approved by the stat? executive coun cil, and the council Is authorised to re ject them If It Is found that the plan is one which Is unfair or contrary to the pub lic Interest. The feature of all these new "Investment" concerns is that they pro vide for investment on payments and for forfeiture of all paid In If a payment Is not made. Some of them provide there shall not be forfeiture after three years, but.lt Is well known that In such corn panics forfeitures ocyur, If nt all, ibefore three years. Thus far the state officials have refused to charter any of the com panies. It Is bolleved they will not ap prove of any of the plans submitted. They are much like the old building and loan companies, which under former state laws of Iowa became so scandalous that the laws were repealed and all building, and loan business Is now done on the strictly mutual plan, with ample restrictions. Two years ago a law was passed which com pletely shut out all these "Investment" companies which had started In as "home co-operatlvea" or on similar lines. Now the promoters believe they will be able to get In under the law last passed. They claim the law not only authorlxes their chartering but requires the state to charter them when they corny v generally with the law. The supreme court has recently up held the law of two years ago and deliv ered a strong opinion In favor of the ab solute right of the state to regulate and control all concerns which Invite the pub lic to Investments or deal generally wlth strangers. State Fair Contlnnes. The chief interest of the day at the state fair was the judging of all departments, and especially In the dairy, poultry and livestock. A sharp contest was disposed of In the dairy department today. There had been 125 tubs of butter entered against eighty-five last year, nnd the butter was the finest ever seen. "More than fifty tuba scored above 85. ;The'best was two tubs, both entered from Oelweln, by T. E. Sadler and M. W. Ashliy, Jpjiig SVs- Three tubs scored 984, entered by J. C. Joslyn, Wln ated, . Minn., and Tuils. Nlelson, Camp Point, 111. Three scored 98, being by W. B. Johnson, Arlington; Nv H. Trimble, Alden, and II. D. 'Wendt, Magnolia. In the poul try department E. G. Roberta of Fort Atkinson, Wis., carried off the honors, with Omega Poultry yards of Oklahoma, a-r" rr r. LANDS NO Round Trip READ DOWN 7:45 A. M. 8:00 A. M. 7:35 P. M. 7:50 P. M. Comparo Thlo Tlmo With Other Llnoo. ALL WORLD'S FAIR MAPS SHOW WADA8H STATION AT MAIN ENTRANCE. WE HAVE OTHERS. CALL AT WABASH CITY OFFICE 1601 FARNAM, OR ADDRESS HARRY E. M00RES, G. A. P. D. Omah. Neb. next. There were many more fowls than ever before shown. The fruit exhibit wss so large that the state horticultural so ciety had to provide S.fOO plates more than usual. The attemiinre wis- excellent today, though probably the number on the grounds was not ss large as yesterday. The paid admissions Tuesday were 22.1.10, and the total actual attendance not far from 40,npn. Toilay the attendance was about M.ono to 3n,0o0. The receipts up to this morning were $2fi.lMH6, sa against $22,717 So last year at the stme date. The Wednes day receipts last year were $1 T, fX. and this year they will foot up for today probably $jn,rtn0 The fair is therefore assured of financial success, even should not another dollar be taken In at the gates. The state's Investments at the state fair grounds for the past few years have been great. The state nnd the sgrlcultural de partment have Invested recently sums as follows: New exposition lilldlng. not yet finished. $.VI.0O0; livestock pavilion, two years ago, $47. one.; swine Judging pavilion, last year, $3,000; walks nnd other Improve ments, $50.0rn. As the result of this ex penditure the facilities for a state fair are fully twice as, good as they were five years ago. The stock judging can he done prop erly and enn be witnessed by all visitors In comfort. The erection of the new main building, where the agricultural, dairy and fruit exhibits are shown, made room In three other buildings for the poultry and other things, thus greatly Increasing the floor space for the entire exhibition. Wins n Scholarship. Charles F. Steen of West Liberty won the Ames scholarship in the contest judg ing stock and corn. His total number of points out of 4"0 was 30fH. Ills closest competitor was Roy Igo of Indlnnnln, with 2M14 points. F. G. Roland of Williamsburg came third with 2r.9M. points, nnd Carlisle Campbell fourth with 2l14 points. Ray Bennett of Ames got 25fi points. Oppose Rlennlal Elections. A peculiar complication has arisen In reference to the biennial elections amend ment. Tho Corn Belt Meat Producers' as sociation has resolved upon making war on the amendment and to defeat It If possible. The reason for this Is that the officers of the association, which is composed of stock shippers, feel that they were not well treated by the last legislature, and that the amendment would give the members of this general assembly one more year In office, wlun they would make appropri ations again. A meeting of the directors was held here today, when J. J. Ryan, ono of the officers of the association, declared his hosltlllty to the amendment. By de feating the amendment the association will have a chance to get back at th0 legisla ture nnd defeat as many of the members as possible. Rural Mnll Carriers. The Iowa delegates to the National As sociation of Rurnl Mall Carriers were In structed to vote for the re-election of President Cunningham of Nebraska, who was present und today addressed the con vention, which was poorly attended. Tho delegation will also take steps to petition congress to have the pay ot rural carriers Increased. Iowa delegates selected are: A. J. Wood, Dubuque; S. P. Clark. West Union; C. S. Dltzenburg, Indlanola; S. S. Butler, Sheldoli. There are now 1.905 rural mall carriers In Iowa, and the number Is rapidly Increasing. Consolidation Scheme On. SHENANDOAH, In., Aug. 24. (Special.) An effort is being made to consolidate the Electric Light and Power company nnd the Artificial Ice company In this place with the idea of utilizing the franchise of the one and the plnnt of the other and so Install an all day service and at the same time put In a steam heating plant. Canning; Plant on Fnll Time. SHENANDOAH, Ia., Aug. 24.-(Speelnl.) The Shenandoah Canning company began canning corn the middle of last week nnd Is running at full blast now. They have a 2.000,000 pack contracted for at a good figure. l 1 S- : C'T & -.xa-ox- , - -t-Fs v:- ijsr -ju?i,.i; .jr.. ami s is r ij ' i t t. j'u', THE WA YOU AT OTHER Rales: $8.50 FAST TRAINS DAILY 6:30 P. M, 645 P. Me 7:00 A. M. 7:15 A. M. Lv Omaha Lv, Council Bluffs Arr. World's Pair Station Arr. St. Louis NEW YORKERS BEST SHOTS Win National Rifle Shoot, with the Nay a Cloie Second. SAILORS MAKE GREAT RECORD LAST DAY Come Is from Mtth I'lsrc In Skirmish Klrlna Reanlae Infantry Third, Cavalry Fonrth and Marine Corps Fifth. FORT RII.EY. h.aii , Aug. 24. (Fpeclnl Telegram.) New York won the national cli liupionship In the national match w hich hiis been In progress here since Monday last. Its score was 4.X2I rolnts out of a possible nnd is really excellent shoot ing. The I'nlted States navy team wss n close second with 4,29 points, while the I'nlted States Infantry team, the I'nlted States cavalry team, the I'nlted States marine team and the team from the District of Columbia were all inside the money, there being prizes for the first six teams. Today the style of fire wus that known ns skirmishing In this firing the competitor starts slightly In the rear of the ftV-ynnl mark and commencing by alternately work, ing and running, with halls at 0"0, 5, 4V, 3.T0, 300 and 2iX) yards, tlrl: g a stated Hum Iwr of rounds within the time limit at each halt, tries to make a m uri of 100 points, or twenty hits on the prone silhouette figure out of his twenty cliots. The target for each competitor Is a set of two silhouettes, one standing, the other prone, counting re spectively four and five. New' York Is l ifnious over having won, but Its position wus most precarious all day. For Instance, at noon New York was first with only a .slight lead over the I'nlted States cavalr.i teui.i, which skir mished beautifully this morning, and was holding second pluee comfortably. Dining l he afternoon a thirty-mile wind was blowing and one who has not tried It cannot realize tho difficulty of skirmishing during a. high wind. The navy deserves every credit for giving the New York team a thoroughly hard run, while the New Yorks have won the hearts of all competitors In addition to tho na tional trophy by their sportsmanlike con duct, together with their excellent exhibi tion of shooting. The regular service has its four teams among the first five und when It Is considered that tho teams against which the regulars were pitted are the results of years of careful training and practice It Is rather u subject for con gratulation that the service did so well. The District of Columbia was sixth and beat out Its little compatriot, Rhode Island, by a comfortable margin. New Jersey had some hard luck and lost eighty-three points from tho score of yesterday because Its time allowance, which for slow lire was lermltted to equal one minute per shot, and was allowed to accumulate during the match for use at the longer ranges, wan exceeded by about forty minutes. The eighty-three points were made during the excels of time taken. The national trophy and $600 cash goes to the New York tenm, the Hilton trophy, the gift of Mr. Hilton of New York, nnd $) cash goes to the navy team. The I'nlted 8tateB Infantry wins the "Soldier of Marachon" trophy and $200 In cash. The I'nlted States cavalry team wins $150 In cash. The I'nlted States marines $ino In cash and the District o Columbia $W In cash- and sixth place. These trophies are kept In the custody of the state adjutant general, or the adjutant general of the army or secretary of the navy In the case of service teams. In addition each mem ber of a winning team received a bronze medal Inn which in respouse Is a reduced facsimile of the national trophy, with the words, "National Match, 1004." The standing of the entire nineteen teams In the final score, out of a possible 6,000 points, is as follows: 1. New York 4322 2. i'nlted States navy , ..4XI sVt.-W?5,r;.Yi t... m tl 1a' . t - . f I Eat 'A ' BASH WORLD'S FAIR. LINE CAN. Sold Tuesdays and Thursdays, Also September 3, 4 and II READ UP Arr. 8:20 A. M. 9:00 P. M. Arr. 8:05 A. M. 8:45 P. M. Lv. 7:45 P. M. 9:15 A. M. Lv. 7:30 P. M. 9:00 A. M. $. Tolled States Ir'sntry 4.') 4. I'nlted Plates cavalry 4;f.-l !. I'nlted States nvirine corps ,4"T4 5. District of Columbia "4 ? Pennsylvania 3M Kb.-d. Island f'77 9. Massachusetts P. New .!-,,. , 7 11. Washington S?W 12. Maryland 1.1. Georgia K!n 14. Connecticut v. io:l :...'. .?4 lfi. Florida -lF-7 17. Michigan V.W 15. Knns-is , tM 19. 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