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TUB OMAHA DAILY J3KE ; SAUTKDAY , JUNK 1(5 ( , 185)1. )
f THE DAILY BEE.
OFFICD - - NO. 12 1'EAHL STREET
Delivered ! > r enrrler to any P rt of ( ho cltr.
11. W. TILTON , Lessse.
ctr.ce , NO. 41 ; night
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County warranti cashed at par by Citizens
The Council muff * district of the Methodist
church conference will bo held In Uunlap
Miss Nellie Coker entertained twelve yo'ing
lady friends at tier horns on Lincoln avenue
The High School cadets will meet at the
High tchool building ut 2:30 : p. m. sharp
today. II y order of the captain , Prank
The trial of Adolph Ilachwltz on tlio charge
of burglarizing Hen Marks' house at .Man-
awn occupied the district court all day yes
The musical and llttrary entertainment of
the Hastcrn Slur has been postponed from
the 15th to the 22d lust. Extended notion
will be given later.
The Knights of Pythias will hold their
decoration day services In their hall Sunday
afternoon at 1:30 : , All vlslt'ng knights In
the city are Invited ,
All members of Dluffs Division No. 27 arc
commanded to meet nt store of C. A. Tib-
bits , 207 South Main street , this evening at
8 o'c'ock sharp. By order ol captain.
The Graduating class of the High tchool ,
together with several of the teachers , wore
entertained last Thursday evening at the
residence of Miss McKezic : on the Chautau-
Pilgrim Sisters academy No. 1 meet In
regular session at 8 o'clock this evening In
their rooms In the Browse building. There
will bo Initiations , after which refreshments
will bo served.
Attention , G. A. R. ! All members of
Abe Lincoln post arc requested to be
present ut headquarters this evening. Bus
iness of Importance requiring attention. F.
A. Sackett , Commander.
A picnic party of members of the Ancient
Order of United Workmen Is expected to
arrive from Omaha today to spend the day
taking In the beauties ef Falrmount park.
It Is thought about COO will attend.
Miss Ida Clothier of Boston , a worker In
the Interests of the National Women's Chris
tian Temperance union and the Christian
Endeavor society , will speak both mcrnlng
and evening1 at the First Baptist church to
All comrades and ex-union soldiers who
are not In attendance at the encampment
as posts are cordially Invited to fall In with
Abe Lincoln post during the * grand parade
and review on the 20th. F. A. Sackett ,
All members of corqpany L , Third regi
ment , I. N. G. , are hereby ordered to report
in full dress uniform at the armory at 12:30 :
p. m. on Wednesday , June 20 , to take part
In the Grand Army of the Republic parade.
By order of W. E. Tltchlson , captain.
John , the 17-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
C. F. Adams , died of consumption at the
family residence , 324 Stutsman street , after
an Illness of six months. The funeral will
take place this afternoon at 4 o'clock from
the Christian church , Kev. E. W. Allen offi
Ilegular meeting of Council No. 1 , Com
mercial Pilgrims of America , this evening
at 8 o'clock sharp. Every member requested
to be present. Initiation and arranging to
take part In traveling men's celebration on
July 4. II. J. McBrlde , W. P. ; W. A. Travis ,
The regular annual banquet of the High
School Alumni association was given In
Woodmen hall last even'ng. About 150 per
sons were present , and n very attractive
program of speeches and musical selections
was rendered. After the banquet was over
dancing was Indulged In.
Ed Fees , a blcyclo repairer , was In Omaha
Thursday night with a party of friends , all
of them with bicycles. One of the tires
blow up * with a tremendous report while
FdoV hfln'fls'Avero'Yery-ciDpe' The explosion-
tore up the sand In the street and filled
both his hands with pebble stones , Inflicting
several painful Injuries.
Charles Hlnklc , Elmer Long , John Gray ,
JJIclc and Jake Bethers. Fred ; Ricketts ,
George Waddell and I. Delany , the boys
who were fined $9.60 each for creating a dis
turbance on the Manawa motors , paid the
balance of their respective fines yesterday
and were released. They had had a good
chance to find out what the way of the trans
gressor was like , and twenty-four hours on a
bread and water diet , with no possibility of
a raid on the maternal cookie jar , had weak
ened them considerably.
Betty Crclghton and her little child came
to town a few dayji ago and took up lodgings
at the house of a woman named Moseley ,
near the corner of Second avenue and Thir
teenth street , until she could get a place to
work. She only stayed one day , and when
iho went back after her belongings she found
Mrs. Moseley had taken all of her clothing
and that of her baby In payment of the rent.
She swore out a search warrant In Justice
Pox's court and the stolen property , amountIng -
Ing to about $15 worth , was found and
brought Into court , where the case will be
tried this morning at 9 o'clock.
Irene Osborne , a lady who formerly lived
In Emmett county , but who has been living
for some time past with Mr ; . Stannard of
this city , was brought away by thq latter
from the Insane asylum at Independence on
account of her claim that she had been
abused. Yesterday Mrs. Stannard brought
her before the Insane commissioner * and
wanted her taken to Clarlnda , as she had
found that an Insane person In the house
was an expensive luxury. The commission
ers refused to take charge of her and di
rected that Mrs. Stannard either keep her or
send her back to Independence , In order that
Emmet county might take care ot her.
Good times are coming. Buy a home *
while you can get It cheap. Wo write fire
Insurance In the best companies. Also loan
money for local Investors. Lougeo & Towle ,
235 Pearl street.
1,000 cords of wood for sale. Delivered In
carloads only ; also bur oalc posts. Ad-
drest L. E. Williams , Glenwood , la.
No fake advertising or false promises at
Plerco'a shoe store , but. real bargains.
Washerwomen use Domestic soap.
C. G. Saunders Is back from Chicago.
Mrs. A. E. Deems leaves today for a visit
with friends In Adalr , la.
John Merkel has come homo to spend his
summer vacation with his parents on Wash
Hey Campbell Is homo for his summer va
cation. Ho Is attending theShattuck school
- at Farlbault , Minn.
Miss Dora Dunham of Omaha Is In the
city for a few days , the guest of Miss Mary
8. Bryant , at her home on Stutsman street.
A. W. Askwlth returned yesterday form
Kearney , Neb. , where he spent several days
engaged In a hard legal fight In a $20,000
civil suit , growing out of a recent commercial
I , N. Fllcklnger returned yesterday from a
four days' trip to O'Neill , Neb. , and that
vicinity. He states that the whole north
western part of Nebraska Is burned up by
the drouth and crops are a complete failure.
Fred Grass 1ms returned from Grlnnell ,
where he was attending college. Ho was
accompanied by Miss Sadie. Ilalnes of Grin-
liell and Mrs. H. C. Dye and Miss Dora
Grass , who attended commencement exer
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Treynor and son , Al
bert , returned yesterday morning from De
troit , where Mr. Treynor attended the meet
ing of the supreme lodge of the Itoyal Ar
canum. They alto visited their former home ,
Goshen , Ind. , In company with H. G. P.
Ogllnger and Mrs. McKunc , who are still
there. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Gas cooking atove * for rent and for sale at
Gas Co' ofllce.
Mr * . Nlles , m'f'r stamping pattern * .
The laundries use Domestic soap. 4
Grand Plaza picnic grounds.
Grand Plaz * . bathing beach.
SEWS FROM COUNCIL BLUFFS
County Prosecutor Given a Llttlo Lesson in
HUSBAND AND WIFE ARE ONE PERSON
Judge l.tMvln Hold ) thin to lie True unit So
Uliclinrgcft tir ! MrUcrs , Wlio riVera
Held for Con plricy to
As stated In The Bee yesterday morning ,
the attorneys for Mr. and Mrs. Melzcr ,
charged with attempting blackmail , de
manded the discharge of their clients be
cause they were husband and wife , and being
one for Illegal as well as legal purposes
could not be guilty of .conspiracy.
Yesterday morning Judge Lewis decided
the cute In favor of the defendant ? , and Mr.
and Mm. Mel/er were discharged.
The o Is another Ind c ment p ndlng against
the pair , the charge being malicious threats
to extort money. But this charge Is weak ,
so Attorney Organ says , In that Melzer did
not demand any money of ) Jr. Mulhcrti , but
simply demanded satisfaction.
Fntiinlny'K Illu Sate.
Special bargains all day Saturday and a
big sale Saturday evening.
200 ladles' laundered French percale shirt
waists , worth $1.50 , Saturday $1.00 each.
Ladles' $1.00 quality tinlaundcr > d French
percale shirt waists , Saturday Me each.
Tremendous reductions In wash dress
1,000 ladles' Jersey ribbed yests , extra
fine quality , was 20c and 23c , Saturday at
12 > , Jc and 15c each.
All our children's gauze vests , all sizes ,
was 25c and COc , now all at one price , loc
IlIBBONS NEARLY GIVEN AWAY.
Beautiful silk sash ribbons at 15c yard ,
SOO pieces all silk ribbons , again Saturday
at Gc , lOc and 15c yard , not 14 or U their
SPECIAL SHIUT SALE.
500 gents' outing flannel shirts at lOccach.
Boys' outing flannel shirts , Saturday , 15c
Saturday we offer all our gents' $1.50
laundered French percale shirts , neat , tasty
styles , two collars and one pair of cuffs ,
Saturday they go at $1.00 each.
All our boys' $1.50 Fauntleroy shirt waists
go at 9Sc each.
Spend your money where a dollar gees
farthest. DENNISON BKOS. ,
Conllict llctwcrii l.mvg.
The question of the legality of ordinances
of the city regulating the keeping of dis
orderly houses was brought up In pllce court
yesterday morning , when several women were
given a trial. There is a state law against
keeping such places , and the punishment
prescribed Is imprisonment in the peniten
tiary. The city ordinance punishes the of
fense by the payment of a monthly fine. The
attorneys for the defendant' claimed the
city had no right to pass ordinances In con
flict with the state laws , and tried to get
their clients dismissed , but to no purpose.
Not caring to try the merits of their claim
City Attorney Hazelton dismissed the prose
cution he had commenced , and filed another
Infermation in Justice Fox's court charging
a violation 'of "lhestaf6"lav > T'Wlll < rh means a
term In the penitentiary If the charge Is
proved. This puts a new phase on the situ
ation , and it now remains to be seen how the
offenders will relish the construction of the
law by their attorneys. The two women
against whom the state proceedings have
been commenced are Mrs. Jones and Jennie
Grand 1'lnzii , Lake
Grand Plaza will be open to free admis
sion every day up to noon. From noon
until midnight an admission fee of 10 cents
will be charged , which will admit to grounds
and to concerts and all entertainments. No
return checks will be given.
No person of questionable character will
bo permitted to enter the grounds.
No admittance to Grand Plaza will be
charged to persons who desire to rent boats
or bathing suits.
Ice cream and refreshments served In the
pavilion of Grand Plara.
This evening the republicans of Council
Bluffs will hold primaries In the various
wards for the purpose of selecting delegates
to the county convention to' bo held next
Thursday , Juno 21. The following are the
places for holding the caucuses this evening :
First Ward Wheeler & Herald's and se
lect eight delegates.
Second Ward Council chamber , city buildIng -
Ing , and select ten delegates.
Third Ward Over 415 Broadway and se
lect nine delegates.
Fourth Ward County court house and se
lect eight delegates.
Fifth Ward At 1C30 Fourth avenue and
select ten delegates.
Sixth Ward Shubert's hall , West Broad
way , and select seven delegates.
Cutting u New Channel.
For the past two week's the "Big Muddy"
has been making a big cut Into the farms
along Its banku south of town , but while
It has taken some big- slices they are small
compared to the big cuts T. B. Hughes of
919 Main street has made Into the trade
of his uptown competltlors. Ho has made
a great cut In his former prices of men's
underwear , straw hats and fine shoes. A
visit will convince you that when It comes
to big cuts even the "Big Muddy" has to
fall down. _
TlH-y Still i.lvc.
Dutch Boylngton and Dick Webster are In
Jail again , this time on the charge of trying
to break Into and enter the dwelling house of
N. Collier , 1413 Avenue K. Collier was
paid off Thursday night , and claims that a
female friend of one of these two young
men saw him pay a part of his wages cut
and put her admirer onto the silver trail.
At 1 o'clock yesterday morning two men
came around lib. dwelling and tried to get
In , first at the door and then at the window ,
but the first was locked and when the vis
itors tried the second he held it down from
the Inside EO that they had to leave as poor
as they came. He claims he recognized
them both and swore out an Information
upon which both were arrested during the
l.uko Mnnutnt Itiillnuy Tlmo Caret.
Commencing Saturday , June 9 , trains will
leave Council Bluffs for Grand Plaza , BathIng -
Ing Beach and Picnic Grounds at Lake Man
awa as follows : No. 1 , 9 a. m. ; No. 3 , 10 a ,
in. ; No. 5. U a. m. ; No. 7 , 12 m. ; No. 9 , 1
p. m. ; No. 11 , 2 p. m.
Trains will run every twenty-two minutes
thereafter until 10 p. m.
Iteturn trains will leave Manawa on the
halt hours up to 10:30 : , when they will re
turn every twenty-two minutes.
There's only one bargain shoo store In
Council Bluffs , and It's Herce's.
Afternoon and night concerts at Grand
Plaza , 2 to C and from 7 to 10.
Paris green , 25c. Davis , the druggist.
Muro of Krnotllv' * Crookeilntu * .
J. W. Templeton returned yesterday from
Adalr county with tli * horse and saddle
that were stolen from 'his farm east of the
City by Charles Kenodle last November. The
outfit had been bought by the man In whose
possession It was at a public auction for
$10. Mr. Templeton found that Kenodle had
committed a couple of other thefts besides
what had already been heard of. He worked
for a farmer near Anita for a day or two , and
borrowed a homo from hl employer. The
PIG REDUCTION Stock
Surplus Stock AT
BOSTON STORB , BOSTON STORE
We have just reached the most interesting part of this season's trade , that ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , 1A. is reducing- SURPLUS STOCK. Having1 just taken detailed account of COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA.
surplus gpods , found we are overloaded in the following lines ; HOSIERY ,
WASH GOODS UNDERWEAR LADIES' ' \ T f t T r * r * r * A TV T tv i T t n T rt rrtnr TT A r i i _ . i i i
, , 'WAISTS , AND SUN UMBRELLAS , which must be reduced before we can contemplate our fall buy
ing. The most important feature of the sa'cill > 'be the extremely low prices put on all surplus goods , and will certainly be appreciated by all purchasers.
5c children's ribbed hose , broken sizes ,
sold for lOc a pair.
12i c will buy the best hose ever offered
at that price ; all sizes , medium and narrow
rib , seamless foot and extra long.
15c a pair Is the price of our 20c hose , all
sizes , C to 9 > ,4 , extra value.
3 for 50c. Don't fall to see this number ,
regular 25c stock , 2x2 , rib and very clastic.
17c , In Esty patent and pin stripe hose ,
good values , try them.
19c , Is the biggest value ever offered by
us ; ask for them ; onyx brand ; full , regular
made ; only 3 pair to a customer.
25c will buy our 33c number ; we put this
price In at 23c rather than buy more stock.
3 for $1.00. The biggest assortment of
goods ever offered at the price ; cleaning up
stock and must go ; see Hsles , Ingrains ,
bootes , plains and Yancles sold as high as
horse has never been recovered. He stayed
over night with another farmer In Adalr
county , and when the farmer arose the next
morning he found a team of horses and his
new-found boarder had disappeared together.
Will I'rosccute n Koail Ilofir.
Al Wells , a ealoon keeper , will have the
honor of being the first "road hog" to bo
prosecuted by the Ganymede Wheel club ,
or for that matter by any wheel man In
Council Dluffs. Last evelng he was driving
up from the driving park when he met sev
eral wheelmen on their wheels. He refused
to give up his share of the road , and stopped
his horse In a way that showed the wheel
men that he was spoiling for grief. Some
vile epithets were applied to all the Oany-
medes generally , and hauling off , he struck
W. H. Ulgdon with a whip over the
head. For a few minutes It looked as
though there might be a fight , but the
cyclers changed their minds and decided
to prosecute him legally. An Information
was filed by Hidden In Justice Vlen's court
and Wells will bo given a chance to ex
plain himself today.
Special -Millinery Sato.
Miss Ragsdale , 10 Pearl street , will sell
nicely trimmed Leghorn hats for $1.25 ,
former prlco $2.60 ; best hats at $5.50 , former
price $10.00. This week.
We want everybody to know that Morgan
sells paints and drugs. 134 and 742 Broadway.
Domestic soap breaks hard water.
Grand Plaza telephone 45.
Dainniful a Itlvcr.
John and Isaac Cllnkenbeard , the former
SO years of age , were arrested yesterday on
an Information filed In Justice Fox's court
charging them with putting a dam In the
Doyer river near Honey Creek statlcn In
such a way aa to prevent the fish from passIng -
Ing through. David Forsythe was the com
plainant. The case will come up for a ju
dicial Investigation next Monday afternoon at
2 o'clock. _
Genuine lightning Ice cream freezers $1.43
up ; lamp stoves 75c ; 2-burner gasoline stoves
$2.93. All EUinmer goods must go at Cole's
Kvmis Laundry Company.
B20 Pearl street. Telephone. 290.
Prize * for Munlc.
The executive committee of the G-and
Army encampment have decided to offer
prizes for the best music furnished by bands
outsldo of Council Bluffs next Tuesday. A
prlzo of $25 will bo given the best band and
a fine flag , Cxl2 feet In size , the second. It
Is hoped that these Inducements will bring
a number of outside bands to the city.
Another new machlno has been received
at the Eagle laundry. It's a collar and cult
Ironer. Telephone 157.
Manager of Grand Plaza can understand
22 languages. So all nations will feel at
Opened n Kafo.
Oscar Younkerman's store , 1C2 Broadway ,
was burglarized Thursday night and about
$200 In cash stolen. The burglars forced
open the rear window with a shovel and had
no difficulty In getting Into the safe by
breaking open the door ot the cash box.
There Is no clew to the thieves. None of
the papers In the safe were disturbed.
"Ho that does not visit Grand Plaza know.
est nothing , and will be for all time to coma
branded a traitor to enterprise. " Bugene.
How far will a $ go ? Long ways at S. A.
Plerco & Co. ' s shoe store.
MeycrS'Durfee Furniture company , 330-335
Broadway. Bargains In fine furniture.
< lun Club Shoot.
The following Is the ottlclnl score of the
Thursday shoot of the Council Bluffs Gun
club , blue rocks being the birds shot at :
Carlisle. 23 out ot 25 ; Hart , 23 out of 25 ;
Everett , 24 out of 25 ; Piper , 49 out of 60 ;
llfri'EliIein , Cl out of 75 ; KIngsbury , 39 out
of 50 ; Parsons , 48 out ot CO.
Grand Plaza excursion accommodations
can't bo beaten.
Grand PUua'B fine row boats ore all the
Domestic coup outlast * cheap toap.
Shot ThrouKli Iho KooU
John Wlatt was busily engaged In shoot-
lug rats last evening when he missed his
lasli Goods ,
Gc challlcs , In light colors , for this sale
10 yards for 19o
For So a yard we offer our regular 12V
percale , full 30 Inches wide.
At S' , c we Include a big line of sateens
shantong , pongees and pineapple tissue
all regular 12',4c goods.
3c a yard buys the best quality of prints
standard goods , worth 60
At 4c a yard we offer a special drive In
outing flannels , well worth Sc a yard.
ALL WOOL CHALLIES.
All our 45c and 50c all wool challles for
this sale 31c.
aim and one of the bullets went through
his foot. A painful wound was Inflicted.
For cobs go to Cox , ) 10 ilnin street. Tele
Grand Plaza's cornet band beats them all.
Itcnsons 'Why Populist State Convention
JIiis ISrcn I'oitponcd.
The executive committee of the people's
party of Nebraska held a meeting yesterday
afternoon at Lincoln and changed the date
of their coming state convention from August
15 to August 24. Chairman Deaver returned
to Omaha last evening , after the action had
been taken , and said : "When our committee
fixed upon August 15 we did not know that
that date had been covered by the Grand
Army reunion of the southeast district of
Nebraska , which meets August 13 to August
17 , and as there are a great many In that
district and over the state who want to at
tend both meetings we decided that It was
best to make the change. Before doing so ,
however , wo sent a blank to every one of
our state commlttcemen to vote upon the
question , and a large majority voted to
change the date out of respect to the large
number of old soldiers that affiliate with our
Fair for 'Nebraska , Preceded by Hnrly
Morning Showers In the Kastern Portion.
WASHINGTON , June 15. The Indications
for Saturday are :
For Nebraska Fair , preceded In the
early morning by showers In the eastern
portion ; probably warmer in the western
portion ; variable winds.
For Missouri Showers ; slightly cooler In
the southeast portion ; ( southeast winds.
For South Dakota Probably fair ; van-
For Iowa Showers ; slightly cooler ; vari
Far Kansas Generally fair , preceded In
the early morning by showers In the east
ern portion ; probably slightly warmer In
the northwest portion ; variable winds.
TEHMltA I'lllC JtltlHFS.
The Maine populists have nominated C. D.
Chapman In Boutelle's district.
On account of the prevailing disturb
ances Jewish merchants are leaving Mo
The Baltimore & Lehlgh road was sold
yesterday to one of the bondholders for
Captain Smith Moore , one of the oldest
living lake sailors , died yesterday at Mar-
quettc , Mich.
The Canadian steamer St. Magnlce ,
which went on the rocks near Duluth , has
been hauled off badly damaged.
The Itlchmond & Danville road was sold
yesterday to a purchasing committee rep
resenting Urexel , Morgan & Co.
Hunk ! Matsukl , a native Jau , educated In
this country , was yesterday married at
Boston to Miss Martlut Putnam Meacom.
Marlon Pickering and 'Blmon Booker , col
ored , were yesterday given life sentences
at Jeffersonvllle , In1.or / the murder of
Republicans on thej.liiuse elections com
mittee filibustered yekUrday and prevented
a report on the Fiiruton-Maney ) contest
from Kansas. ( _ , 3 : ,
Informer Sill continued his testimony in
regard to armor Tntulls yesterday. It
wan merely a technical elaboration of his
testimony the day before.
The Master Car I/uUders' / association , In
session at Saratoga yesterday , completed
the revision of the cade of rules , touching
the Interchange of ( nitric.
Judge Payne of Chicago nan Intimated
he will grant Prendergast no further stay
of execution. If he .sets a stay It must
come from the suprim < j.court.
Several hundred Whalers at Mnndan , N.
D. , forced their way .past ie bridge guards
and crossed the river. Tl % army at Steele
boarded a train and got out of town.
Two hundred and llffy.Coxeyltes have ar
rived at Bismarck by 'boat and say they
will go east from there by rail. They are
camped near the track watting for a train.
U IH authoritatively iitated the Ohio
Southern , Cleveland , Akron & Columbus ,
Cincinnati , Lebanon & Northern roads are
to be consolidated In pursuance of the , late
A movement has been started 'to establlnh
a Catholic summer school of philosophy
nt Chicago , which IB strongly antagonized
by thOM- Interested In the school at Platu-
Imrir. N. Y.
Henry Newman & Co. , wholesale clothing-
dealers In New York City , who failed re
cently , have made a proposition to pay
GO cents on the dollar. Creditors are con
Mrv. M. A. Downing of Santa Fe took a
walk to the foot hllTa day before yester
day , accompanied by her 4-year-old son.
She become absorbed in a book and the
8ifn Umbrellas ,
Four special numbers worthy of your at
Umbrella Is the befct ever offered and comes
B. U. I. A.
And means best umbrella In America for the
is the price we offer the new corolo silk , a
guaranteed umbrella , well worth $1.75.
entitles you to a flno English silk serge.
md selected acacia handles ; same goods sold
is high as $3.00.
3uys the swell thing of the season.
Siin Umbrellas ,
In churzo of the Sisters Of Morcy.
This renowned Institution Is sltuntod on th9
hluh bluffs line < of and overlooking the city of
Connull Ululfd. The sp icloui grounds. Its
hlith location and splendid view , nrike It u
most pleaslnj retro-it for the nflliutcd. A stiff
of om nentpbyslulunsiind a lar a carp * nf ex
pcrleucod nurses minister to the comforts cf
ho patients. Bpoclul card cl von to ludy pa
For particulars anplsr to
Frank Strest - - - CoavJl BliTs , Ion
HAVE YOU S' .EV THE
THE KEW HOME DOG
At 337 Ilio.idwny ? He Is the prototype of
S-owlns Machine , the swiftest , lightest run-
riliiir and best tlicrolson unrtli , the ivImiiTof
all Hrst awards at thu World's r.-dr. Thuro nro
no others just us t'ood , and they : ire iho cheap
est In thu imirkut , ranging from J10.6U 10
JG5.00 , on cusy terms.
THE -WEEKLY BEE FFEE
for one year with every machine. The bust
nmclilno and thu best m-wsoupur uo together.
You got belli chuupust of.y.
.y. T. ifixir.ii' .
337 Itroudwiy , Council lllulfs.
Typewriter supplies and typewriters for
salu or runt ,
little fellow strayed away. Falling to
find him she raised the alarm and yester
day a party of searchers found the body.
The child evidently died from fright.
Charles H. Schroeder , a prominent Galveston -
veston teal estate agent , was arrested yes
terday charged with forcing signatures to
notes and deeds of trust aggregating $17-
It Is stated at Lexington that the Chesa
peake & Ohio road Intends to dispense
with the sen-lees of Colonel Brecklnrldge
as their attorney on the ground that his
services are no longer valuable.
The Cosmopolls society , a colonization an-
Boclatlon organized by the labor unions of
Chicago , has bought 2,500 acres of land
near Jlerced , Cal. , for $75,000 , on which
the society will locate a colony.
The United States consul at Belfast re
ports the largest tobacco factory In the
world Is being erected there. He thinks
the American tobacco trade with Great
lirltaln can be greatly Increased.
The report sent out from Los Angeles to
the effect a son of H. R. Nicholson , a
prominent railroad man , had been arrested
for forgery. Is pronounced untrue. The
man arrested Is no relation to the railroad
The evidence In the Bealle murder case
at El Ileno , Okl. , will probably all be In
today. The defense staked ItH chances on
on a law point , which the court overruled ,
and the chances are that he will be con
The grand Jury of the District of Colum
bia yesterday Investigated the cases of the
contumacious witnesses certified up by the
senate. IndlctmentH were agreed upon be
fore adjournment , but have not been for
Prominent Elks were In session at Cin
cinnati yesterday nt which the plan of
the battle of Jamestown was outlined. It
Is expected 1-00 lodges will be represented.
Ixxlgeu which have not paid their per
capita tax will not bo allowed representa
A company has been organized at Phila
delphia to put Into use the French syutem
nf telephones In this country. The system
will be no competition to the Bell com
pany , as It Is adapted principally to use
In hotels , apartment houses anil large olllce
The Chicago Board of Trade Is likely to
have a competitor soon , us the result of
the row between the board and warehouse
men. The latter propose to start an ex
change of their own , to be known aa the
Chicago Corn exchange. Membership in to
be limited to 1,000. '
Ladies' ' Waists ,
At 25c wo offer an assortment of ladles'
white waists that would be cheap at 39c
and 50c. , j. , | , .i. jj JH11I12L 1
S9c. Every garment that sold from $1.00
to $1.50 we offer In this lot. ; i _
$1.19 buys a beautifully embroidered ladles'
waist that we usually ask $2.00 for.
At $1.50 wo offer a beautiful line of white
waists , with colored trimmings. This In
cludes all our $2.00 , $2.50 and $3.00 waists.
S7c Is our price on the celebrated star
laundered waists ; actual value $1.25.
Ladies' ' ffaists ,
At lOc u line of children's gauze under
wear In all sizes , 10 to 34 , former price 15c
to 35c. i ' i i.i i
be. Every one tins a 5-ccnt vest , but none
as good as wo offer.
10c , 12'.4c and 17c arc three special unm-
bcrs ; ask to sec them ; extra value.
3 for $1.00 wo offer a fine Halo thread vest ,
never sold for less than COc each.
C24c ! gents' Egyptian llslo underwear
which we always sold for $1.00.
49c Is the price we have put on all our
fine printed Jap and China silks , worth from
C9c to $1.00 a yard.
BIG CLEARANCE SALE OF
Clothing , Gents' Furnishings and Shoes
Commencine ; Saturday , June 9th , at
Ourbuycr left Thursday Inst for the Eastern markets to order our
Fall goods , meantime we have concluded to rcdtie our stock by a sweep
ing reduction sale.
If you are in doubt , come in nnJ sec us. We are the oldest clothing
house in Omaha , and you can rclygn the goods and prices bcinji right.
We quote a few of the cut down prices :
$22.00 Men's Suits go at SI 0.50.
S15.00 Men's Suits go at $7.75.
$10.00 Men's Suits go at $5.50.
$5.00 Men's Suits go at $2.75.
Boys' Suits Out.
$12.50 Boys' Suits go at SG.7S.
$8.00 Hoys' Suits go at $4.50.
$5.00 Boys' Suits go at $2.25.
Full suit Bilbriggan Underwear for 50j.
White or Colored Laundered Shirts go at 5c.
Men's black and tan Socks , all sizes , former price 25c , go at 10 ; .
Shoes Bi a Out.
$5.00 genuine Kangaroo Shoes go during this sale at $2.75.
SlkOO Calfskin Shoesgo during this sale"at $2.25. !
$2.50 solid leather shoes go at $1.25.
STRAW HAT PICNIC THIS WEEK AT THE
WE1STEXRN CLOTHING GO ,
1317-1310 Douglas Street. - - 3 Doors East from Corner 14th St.
Paint , Oil and Glass Co.
Wp have I.OOO WMdowa ll slock , ma-la hy the
A. . .Munufuuturln . .
.Murphy ? Uimip'iny. No bjttor h-ish ii.in
bo made , which no will Jiltizo with any Kind of nltM that you
want , and dull you for less money tlrin you can bay thu uoor ,
sappy hush tnudu In thucuit for. Lotus j'tvo you prlcos niu
u \\lll gut your order.
HIGH GRADE PREPARED PAINT.
Our 1'nlntcan not bo excelled for durability , beauty o
finUhorcovurliiKcaDielty by anyotliur mlxud paints In th
market. Our prlco Is JI.23 per gallon.
1 and 3 Fourth St. , - MASONIC TEMPLE BUILDIN } .
Sloam and Hot Water Hoatlrrj for
RosldoncoB and Buildings.
J. C. B1XBY ,
202 Main. 203 Pearl Streets , Council
Bluffe , Iowa.
CEO. P. SANFORO , A. W. RICKMAH ,
I'rcslduiit. ( Jushlur.
or COUNCIL BLUFFS , Iowa.
Capital , $100,033
Profits , 12,000
One of tliuolilm bnnkH In theutitnof Iowa Wo
ttollctt your DiMlii'Mt an I colluctlorin. Wu my 5
IXTcent0:1 : tlinnilojiaiUH.Vo will lu plcau4 to
fceu anil Hurvu yo J.
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grocery. ! ) Uroadway.
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i mllcn noith of town ; guul nun In cliuuis.
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way. Council Ilium.
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by calling en A. Culu-r , & 0fl Main m.
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