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TITK OMAHA DATLT SUNDAY, OCTOIIKU 12, 1002.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA.
Tavls sell drugs.
Stockert nellfl carpets and rugs. .
Wauthe, fine watch repairing, 228 B'way.
Expert watch repairing, Leffert, 40 B'way. I
Rl. WTO-tin ire school tablet. 4 cents, at A. I
B. llowf'a, 310 Ilroadway
Born, to Mr. and Mr.
yesterday morning, a son.
E. W. Rapalje
The Christy picture for aale. C. E. Alex
ander & Co , 'Mi Broadway.
Do you play ping pongT Morgan & Dickey
can furnish you a nice act for II.
New fall shirt, underwear and hats com
ing In dally at Hmilh A Bradley a.
Dr. J. C. Dectken ha removed his dental
Office to Noa. 'Jul and 2t)2, Hupp blotK.
The Lady Mm-rabeea will meet Tuesday
afternoon at the usiiul time and place.
Charles Llehold waa called to Nebraska
City yesterday by the serious illness ot his
Oirla. have you seen that swell line ot
fall styles of papetrlcs at Morgan
A iiw of foot ball yesterday between
the Transfers and the Black Cala resultel
in a tie score of & to 6. '
W. N. NIcholBon arrived Friday evening
from Psna, III., to spend the winter with
bis aon, C. R. Nicholson.
There will be a special meeting of Ex
celsior Masonic lodge Monday evening for
work In the aecond degree.
Visit our art department and see the
beautiful new designs In frames now In.
C. B. Paint, Oil ft Glass Co. .
The finest line of ready-to-wear suits and
overcoats ever put on sale In the city are
being shown by Smith & Iradry.
Boys' and children's sult and overcoats,
a full, new line of all the lutest things,
from J.0U up at Bmlth & Bratltey a.
The entertainment given at the Modern
Woodmen hall tor the benellt ot Mrs.
lienny, widow of the late Captain Dixon
Jjenny, netted $163.
Carpets, linoleum and window shades and
everything In the house furnishing line at
the only houee furnishing store In the city.
Kasy payment plant. D. W. Keller, 4(17
L. C. BUles, an old time printer, left last
averting for a vllt In Jackson, Deirolt and
other points In Michigan. Mr. Stiles began
ettlng type In 1047 on the MichlgaSL Exposi
tor at Adrian.
Finely Improved farms In north central
Missouri, $35 to $50 per acre. Oo down with
us and examine these tarms. Prices are
advancing rapidly. Buy now. Bend for
price list. Lougee ft Lougee.
Word has been received here of the
serious lllnesa of Mrs. Irving U. Parsons at
her home In Malvern, la. Mra. Parsons was
formerly Miss Minnie Williamson, a teacher
in the public schools of this city.
A carload of Acorn oak heaters, cooks
and ranges have Just got In. We would
like you to call and see the merits of these
atoves before you buy. Nothing better on
the market. D. W. Keller, 407 Broadway.
Building permits were Issued yesterday
to Leonard Everett for repairs on a two
atory building on North Eleventh street, to
cost 2,0u0; to A. Peterson for a one-story
cottage, to cost I1.4IW, and to E. A. Hoop
fur a one-story cottage, to cost $l,0u0.
Council camp No. 14, Woodmen of the
World, has organized a uniformed rank
with fifteen members, and A. M. Peterson
aa captain. The organization has decided
to use United States military tactics and
will drill with es The uniform has not
yet been decided on.
The funeral of Mrs. TTfculse Weber Far
mer will be held tnls afternoon at 8 o'clock
from Bt. Peters Catholic church. The cor
tege will leave the residence, 214 Benton
atreet, at 2:30 o'clock for the church. Burial
will be In Bt. Joseph's cemetery and liev.
Father Burk will conduct the services.
It Is a pleasure to call at the .Western
Iowa college during night school and see
over forty young men and women prepar
ing themselves for business. The college
is fast gaining the reputation of being one
of the best commercial schools In the west.
A wonderful change In the school for the
better haa taken place during the last few
months. Clanses at day and night school
Will organise Monday.
Name and Residence.
Clarence A. Barnett, Council Bluffs.
Nellie M. Owen, Council Bluffs
William F. Keesler, Lincoln, Neb...
Pearl Sheldon, Ulncoln, Neb
Harry B. Murphy, Lincoln, Neb
Myrtle B. Johnson, Lincoln, Neb....
C. A. Lyman, Omaha
Corvllla 11. Morris. Oakland, la
Alexander A. Olbson, Omaha ,
Sadie Stewart, Omaha
That It we trust the people will appre
ciate our efforts to serve them with the
best all 'round prescription department
to be found In any drug store In the west.
We are adding another new prescription
case and It la tbe best to be bad anywhere
regardless of expense.
In an endless array at our store. We
save Just received a lot ot these goods and
we want you to see them. If you want
something In this line we feel confident
that you will buy of us because ot the
quality of these goods, and the extremely
low prices at which we sell them.
GEORGE W. FLETCHER
it Pearl St., Council Bluffs. 'Phone ft.
time la Just the same tor any man, when
we sU you a low priced watch It Is cheap
because the cost of th ease helps to make
It so, or because we can offord to give you
the advantage ot a apeclal purchase. Tbe
time keeplug qualities In our cheaper
watches are never Influenced by th cost-
Herman M. Loffert
Leading Jewelry and Optician.
.109 CrosdiYsy Tel. L607
! HARLAN BOTS THE WINNERS
Gams Etwe0 ligh Ichool EleTtDI LtttelJ
pi. ..J . Hth RM-
ritytdM Beta BKMs,
Game Called with Ball la
Possession ea Ccnnest
Twenty Ynrd I.I"
Scare 8 to 6.
In a loosely-played game on both sides
the Council Bluffs High school foot ball
team went down in defeat before the Har
lan High school eleven yesterday afternoon
at Lake Manawa, the visitors winning by
a score af 8 to 6.
Council Bluffs played a very loose game.
Allen of Harlan did the bulk of tbe play
ing for the visitors and advanced the ball
a great many times through Council Bluffs'
line with practically no interference.
Beardsley, Treynor and Aylesworth of the
home team played well at all timet
throughout the game, but their support
was not of the beat. Warner stopped sev
eral line plays In good shape. Council
Bluffs won the toss and selected the north
goal. Allen of Harlan kicked off to Coun
cil Bluffs' twenty-yard line to Hennlnger.
Ball lost on downs. Harlan advanced tbe
ball steadily to a touchdown after alx min
utes of play. Allen kicked goal. Treynor
kicked off to Harlan's twenty-five-yard line
and Harlan advanced the ball steadily on
downs to Council Bluffs' twenty-yard line,
where Harlan fumbled. Treynor advanced
the ball with a twenty-yard run, the long
est of the game. . '
' Council Bluffs .then took a brace and ad
vanced tbe ball ' steadily toward Harlan's
goal, but lost the ball on fumbles. A serins
of fumbles marred tho first halt of the
game. Council Bluffs got the ball on tum
bles and Treynor punted ' and Harlan at
tempted to advance the ball, but fumbled,
and Treynor fell ' on the ball back of Har
lan's .goal.; Treynor then kicked off to
Harlan from Council Bluffs' twenty-five-yard
line, where the ball was dead In tbe
center of the Held. The first half ended
with the ball in Harlan's, possession In tho
centef of the field. Council Bluffs aeemed
weak on defense In the first bait. ,
8econd half: Warner kicks off to Cole.
Harlan loses ball on '' downs. Referee
penalizes Harlan five yards for offside play.
Council Bluffs, after a series- ot line plays,
with steady advancing, fumbles and . Harlan
secures the ball., After a series of . line
smashes Harlan punts to Treynor, who. re
turns the ball twenty yards through loose
tackling by Harlan. Van Order then made
a plunge through the line tor seven yards.
Council Bluffs advances tbe ball to Har
lan's two-yard line and Hennlnger carries
the ball over tbe line. Beardsley misses
goal. Score, 8 to 6 In favor of Harlan.
Harlan kicks oft to Hennlnger, who fum
bles ball. Harlan attempts to advance the
ball, but fumblea to Cutler. Council Bluffs
attempts fake plays, wblcb were readily
stopped by Aljen of, Harlan. Harlan then
got the ball on downs on "Council Bluffs
twenty-yard line, advancing .ten yards, and
loses ball on down. 'Aylesworth takes ball
: around end for fifteen yards. Then the
ball: was exchanged through loss on downs
and Treynor punts twice, the first time
with twenty-five yards' gain., Time called
i with ball on Council Bluffs' twenty-yard
Swift .. i....L. K. K Bardty
U Ualun I. T T" R.nillmf
1 U Nioa L.o!s0 - Nichols
Rnn C. C Knibua
Fish R. O IL. O DadUr
Ltnen R. T. IL. T Kotvrtsoa
Wood R. R.IL. E Porter
StanUy Q. B. Q. B Beott-Wimer
Col R. H. L. H Cutler
Cobb L. H. R. H Trrnor
Allen (capt.) F. B.F. B., Van Order
Referee: Caonell. Umpire: J. J. Louis.
Linesmen: Mather and Nelson. Time of
Davis sella paints.
Gravel roofing. A. H. Raid, 541 Broadway.
Consolidation New Uw Firm.
On November 1 a consolidation of th
buainess of three of tbe leading law firms
of the city will take place. On that data
Flnley Burke, Charles M. Harl and Emmet
Tlnley will engage In the practice of law
under the firm name of Burke, Harl si Tin
ley. This combination has resulted through
the recent death ot James McCabe, of Hart
ft McCabe, and the wlthrawal ot Hon. John
T. Stone from the firm of Stone ft Tlnley.
It Is a practical consolidation of these old
and well known firms. Messrs. Burke, Harl
ft Tlnley are young men in the prime ot
life, having the vim and push of young
men, with the ripened experience which
comes from years of active practice. Ilia
firm will number among its clients man)
of the leading business bouses of the city
who have been clients of the gentlemen
composing tbe new firm. It Is peculiarly
adapted for tbe trial ot causes and will glv
particular attention to trial work and cor
poration and real estate law. It will have
a thoroughly equipped collection depart
ment under the management ot Mr. George
H. Stlllman, who baa a large and success
ful practice In this branch of the law. Th
firm expects to have an office force that will
enable It to give prompt and efficient at
tention to all business entrusted to It. Th
members of tbls firm have all grown up In
Council Bluffs. Each was graduated from
th high school and their many friends will
wish for them a long and prosperous career.
Cole-Brelsford Hardware .Co,
They will occupy the offices In the Shtigsrl
block now occupied by Stone Tlnley, with
additions which take In nearly all of the
third floor of the building.
Plumbing and heating. Blxby A Bod.
With the I harrbes.
The rector, Rev. George Edward Walk,
having recovered from hla recent nines-,
services will be resumed today In Bt. Paul's
Fplscopal church. There will be celebration
of the Holy eucharlst at 10:80 a. ra., with
sermon by the rector. Evening prayer with
sermon by the rector at 7:30 o'clock.
There will be morning prayer at 11 o'clock
In Grace Episcopal church. Bunday school
will be held at 9:45 a. ra. Rev. Allen Judd
wilt bold services Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock and communion service Wednesday
morning at 9:30 o'clock.
Rev. E. W. Erlckson of the Fifth avenue
Methodiat church will preach this evening
at Broadway church In the absence of the
pastor. Rev. J. W. Calfee. Mrs. Marine
will render the solo "The Great White
Throne" at this service. All other services
will be as usual.
Elder James Caffall will preach today at
the Latter Day Saints church at 10:80 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school will be beld
at nocn. The mid-week prayer service will
be held Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock-
Rev. 8. Alexander will preach this even
ing at 7:30 o'clock In the church at the
corner of Seventh street and Seventeenth
The second church of Christ Scientist, will
hold services In Hughes' hall at 11 a. m.
"Doctrine of Atonement" will be the sub
ject. Sunday school will be held at noon.
Tho regular testimonial meeting will be
held Wednesday evening at 8 o'clcck.
Palm Grove opening assembly Oct. 14.
Whaley'a orchestra. Souvenirs given.
Davis sells glass.
Matters in District Conrt.
County Attorney Klllpack will be unable
to try tbe case against Ben Woods, the al
leged pickpocket charged with robbing Niels
Boysen ot Glenwood at this term of court.
Woods' trial was assigned for Monday, but
one of tbe state's principal witnesses, Mrs.
Kate Rlshel, is quarantined for diphtheria.
Woods Is in tbe county jail, having been
unable to furnish ball.
The hearing on the application to com
mit Evan Pegley to the hospital af Mount
Pleasant on tho charge of being a chronic
Inebriate waa continued yesterday until
In .the suit of W. Kimball against George
W. Mathews, the plaintiff was yesterday
given legal possession of the Ogden bouse.
Mrs. Hattle Crane began suit for divorce
from F. W. Crane, to whom she waa mar
ried June 1, 1898, In Council Bluffs, al
leging cruel and Inhuman treatment and de
sertion. w '
Keeps Oonnty Recorder Bnsy.
Saturday was a busy day l'n the office of
County Recorder bmlth. The Maaon City as
Fort Dodge railroad filed twenty-nine deeds
for property recently purchased by It.
Among those filed was a deed from the
Union Depot company conveying the prop
erty purchased several years ago as a atte
for a union depot, the consideration named
being $20,000. Another deed was from Pat
Guhnoude oonveylDg to the railroad hla
Main street property and adjoining lots,
which he recently sold for, 120,000. The
total consideration named in tbe deeds filed
yesterday- amounted to S126.706.89. t .
Real Estate Transfers.
These transfers were filed yesterday in
the abstract, title and loan office ot J. W.
Squire, 101 Pearl street:.
S. F. Green to Mason City ft Fort
Dodge Railroad company, lot 2,
block B, Riddles' subdlv, w. d $
William W. Farnam, trustee, to
same, lots 2 and 3. block 27, Rid
dles' subdlv, s. w. a
Bridget Durgan to same, lot 3, block
8, Riddles' subdlv. w. d
Council Bluffs Savings bank to
same, lota 18 and 19, block 10, Wil
liams' 1st add, w. d..... 1,000
vviiuam a ma to same, lot g, diock a,
Fleming ft Davis' add, w. d
O. W. Gordon et al to same, 86-100
acres In aw corner ne4 neV 174
44, w. d .?
Emmet Tlnley, guardian, to same,
undlv 6-36 of same, g. d
Same to same, undlv 10-38 of same,
Same to same, lot 12, block 10, Wil
liams' 1st add, g. d f.
J. W, Wild to same, part of nwU
nw 18-75-42. w. d
William Harm to same, part of neVi
ne4 13-75-43, w. d
Conrad Geise, Jr., to same, part of
w4 swfc 6 and part nw nw"4 8-76-41,
Union Investment company to same,
blocks 6, 31 and 32, Kiddles' subdlv.
Smith Refining company to same, lot
li, diock z, Kiddles subdlv, w. d..
Pottawattamie Investment company
10 same, lot iz, diock ll, mauies
subdlv. w. d
J. M. St. John to same, e 90 feet lota
18 and 14. block 27, Kiddles' subdlv,
J. L. On ley to same, lot 16, block 27,
Riddles' subdlv, w. d
John R. Lindsay to same, lot 21,
block 6, Williams' 1st add, w. d
John Llnder to same, lot 12, block 8,
ana a sj root strip on e end. in
Kiddles' subdlv. w. d
Charles F. Hendrle to same, lota 1
and z, and n part lot 14, block 7.
Kiddles' subdlv. w. d
Charles F. Hendrle to Mason City ft
rort uoone Kaliroad company, lot
t and part lot 14, block 7, Riddles'
subdlv. w. d
Patrick Gunnoude to same, lot 4 and
V lot . block 8, Riddles' subdlv,
and lots t and 6, block 6, Williams'
let add. w. d 20.000
John M. Ualvln to same, lot 10, block
, wunams ii aaa, w. a
T. G. Green to same, lot 10 and ntt
lot . block 8, Kiddles' subdlv. w. d..
Theodore D. Wheelook et al to aame,
lot 15, block 27. Kiddles' subdlv, w.d.
Charles W. Napier to aame, right-of-
way part lot 1, Auditors subdlv,
nwU nwVi 63-75-43. w. d :... 8.260
Wlihelm Nath to same, same over
se4 ne4 and over ne4 se4 33-76-42,
Ernest E. Hart to J. W. Colt, lots 1
and 17, Rice s South Avenue subdlv,
Same to W. 8. Mayne, part wH 29-76-
44. q. c d
Will F. Slendentopf and Frank 8.
Haas to same, part lot 3 and swVi
nw4 2-76-44, a. c. d
J. D. Edmundson to same, lota 8 and
4, In 28, and lots 1, Z, 3, in 2-78-44.
a. c. d
Chicago, Rock Island ft Pacific Rail
road company to same, w, za-ib-4,
John P. Ramer to Mary Ramer Bock,
lots 17 and 18, block 6, Jefferls' sub
alv. w. d
3. W. Ellis to Ernest Kllngel, lot 7,
block 21, Bayllns ft Palmer's add,
W. 8. Mayne to Council Bluffs Real
Ketate ana improvement company,
that part 29-76-44, lying s of
creek, w. d
Same to same, lots to 13. 15 and 16.
block Z; lots 1 to 18 and 30 to 26,
28 to 32, block 3, May no s 1st add;
lots 3 to 11. block 2; lot 8. block 4:
lots 7 to . 11 and 12, block 3: lota i
and 4. block 6: lots 2 and 8. block 7;
lota 3 and 4. block 8, In Turley's add,
q. c- d ..'
W. H. McClelland to Iowa Townslte
company, eSt nwSi and part wV4
nw 4-75-42; w. d
Libble Keen to James H. Cralgmlle,
lot 3. block 12. Bavllsa' 2d add, w. d.
Edinburgh Lombard Investment com-
f any to John P. Ramer, lota 17 and
8, block 6. Jefferls' subdlv, w. d....
Total forty transfers 3126.706
N. T. Plumbing Co., telephone 256.
Vote t C'eneeHdate.
At the Joint meeting last night of Bluffs
company, No. 27, and U. 8. Grant company,
No. 44. uniform rank. Knights of Pythias,
It waa decided to consolidate the two com
panies. This action la subject to the ap
proval of Major Oeasral Caxoabaa et la
dlanapolla. If the consolidation of the two
companies Is approved tbe present offi
cers of both organizations will resign and
an election of officers for the new company
will be held. Tbe new company will have
about seventy members and will, be one of
the strongest In tho state. W. H. Fred
erick Is captain of U. 8. Grant company and
J. J. Klein captain ot Bluffs company.
Women et Bad Fall.
The members of Unity Rebekah lodge,
who went to Crescent City Friday evening
to Install a degree team, met with an acci
dent on tbe return trip which was fortu
nately without serious results. While cross
ing the Elliott street bridge on East Broad
way one of the horses made a plunge and
the carryall went over the embankment.
While every member of the party was more
or less bruised an, shaken, none was seri
ously Injured excepting Mrs. Weatberbec,
who was unable to leave her bed yesterday.
Mr. Weatherbee, who was driving, was se
verely bruised. Tho party numbered thir
teen. Proposal to Aid Strikers.
At the meeting of the Trades and Labor
assembly of Council Bluffs tbls week the
matter of affording financial assistance to
the Union Pacific striking machinists will
come up for action. The plan suggested Is
an assessment of 10 cents a week on the
members of the several labor unions In
PAST WEEK IN BLUFFS SOCIETY
Indications of Coming; Awnkenlngr
from the Dullness of
Mrs. C. L Brown Is visiting friends In
Mrs. J. H. Arthur Is visiting relatives
and friends In Illinois.
Mrs. W. Banford entertained informally
at dinner Wednesday evening.
Mrs. F. F. Everest of Glen avenue en
tertained at carda yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. H. M. Meti of Milwaukee Is the
guest of Mrs. J. II. Mayne of Glen avenue.
Walter T. Payne arrived yesterday from
Denver, Colo., for a short visit with hla
The members of the New Century club
will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mra.
G. O. Balrd.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Rohwiti of Atch
ison, Kan., are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. A. R. Daniels of Iowa City Is the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Carse
fii Fourth avenue.
Miss Georgia Mitchell entertained the
members of the Kensington club at her
noma tnaay ariernoon.
Mrs. C. II. Gilbert of Fifth avenue en
tertalned at dinner Wednesday evening.
Covera were laid lor fir teen.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Davis and Mr. and
Mrs. K. H. Bloomer will leave tomorrow
for a week vialt In Chicago.
Mrs. F. W. Houghton entertained the
members of the Atlas club at her home on
Pierce street Tuesday afternoon.
A. W. Rlckman ha fv to Hot Rnrin
8. D.. for a couple of weeks' .sojourn be-
lore returning to cnaaron, jseo.
Miss Kelley of Bluff street waa hostess
to a number ot her friends at a card party
g:ven at. ner nome luesciay evening.
Mrs. j. t. unver has returned from a
visit wltn ner daughter, Mrs. A. B. Sweet
ing or Chicago, who accompanied her home.
The members of the Derthlck club will
give the opening meeting for this season
tomorrow evening at the Royal Arcanum
The women of the Episcopal church are
arranging to give a large dancing party at
me noyai Arcanum nan Tuesday evening,
Mrs. A. RV Brinsmald will entertain the
members of. the Ladles' Musical club at
her home on Third avenue tomorrow after
noon at 2:30.
Miss Metcalf entertained a number of
ycung people at her home Wednesday
evening In honor of Mr. Carroll Ragan of
cneyenne, w yo. .
Mrs. Edward Schoentgen entertained the
members of the Euchre club at her home
mursaay afternoon, Mrs. E. J. Gilbert win
nlr.g the prize at cards.
Miss Ross of Willow avenue entertained
Friday afternoon In honor of Mra. Hand-
berry and daughter of Cripple Creek. Colo.,
aim Mr, a. w. Lowiei ot uea Moines,
Mra. W. W. Wallace entertained the
noara or managers of the Women s Chri
tian association at a luncheon given at her
nemo on eiun street i nursaay arternoon.
Mrs. Onet of Silver Citv. Ia.. Is visit
lng her daughter, Mrs. C. H. Gilbert of
turn avenue, ene is accompanied bv bar
granddaughter, Mlas Blrkhelmer of Tabor.
Mrs. G. H. Richmond entertained Infor
mally at her home Wednesday afternoon In
nonor or Mrs. w. K. Banbridge. who "will
leave this week for a visit with friends at
Mrs. Ray Blxby entertained the members
of the Euchre club at her home Tuesday
arternoon. frizes at cards were won Dy
Mrs. Jackson ot Omaha and Mlas Trout-
man of this city.
Mrs. Horace Everett entertained the
members of the Woman's Whist club at
her home Tuesday afternoon. The club
will meet this week with Mrs. A R. Brins
mald of Third avenue.
The French. German and Sbantsh classes
of the Council Bluffs Woman s club, which
are in charge of Miss Jensen of the High
school faculty, will meet every Tuesday
auernoon irom a.JV to v.
The department of household economics
or the Council Bluffs Woman s club will
meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30. Mrs.
Walter I. Smith will address the members
on An Afternoon In Washington.
Major II. J. Gallagher, who had chares
of the commissary for the army maneuvers
at Fort Riley. Is visiting- his wife's
parents, Mr. and Mra. Henry Paschel of
Willow avenue, enroute to hla post in
F. M. Rohrbough of this city and Miss
Minnie i noma or fvvanston, in., were mar
ried Wednesday at high noon at the
home of the bride parents In Evanston.
They will be at home at 1016 Third avenue
after November 1.
The art department of the Council Bluffs
Woman's club held a largely attended and
most Interesting meeting Monday evening
at the club rooms. Mlas Pile, leader of
the department, acting as chairman. The
subject for discussion was John Ruskln.
Mr. Harry L. Smith and Miss Adele San
ders were united In marriage at Bt. Paul'a
Episcopal church Wednesday momlns at
6:45 by the rector. Rev. George Edward
WaiK. Mr. and Mrs. Bmlth left on the
7 o'clock train for Minneapolis, where they
will make their future home.
The members of the current event de
partment of the Council Bluffs Woman
club will meet Wednesday afternoon at
2:30 at the club room In the Illinois Cen
tral building. Mrs. 8. B. Snyder, leader of
this department of the club, will be chair
man for the afternoon.
Mr. K. Ray Littleton of Haxleton. Pa., and
Miss Emma Frederick of this city will be
married Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock at
the home of the bride's parents. Mr. snd
Mrs. W. M. Frederick, on Glen avenue.
Rev. W. B. Barnes, pantor of the First
Presbyterian church, will officiate.
A cooking class will be organised among
the members of the Council Bluffs Woman a
club Thursday afternoon at the close of
the household economic department meet
ing. Mrs. Hlller of Chicago, a graduate of
the Pratt Institute, who Is recognised as
one of the best Instructors In this line ot
work, will give a series of eighteen lessons
In cooking and serving.
Mrs. George T. Phelps and Miss Helen
Baldwin entertained the mvmbers of the
DauKhters of the American Revolution at
an informal musical gtven Tueday evening
at the home of Mri.. Phelp. Those par
ticipating In the program were Mrs. Ward,
Mts Portertleld and Mis Julia Officer.
Mrs. Thomas B. Metcajf contributed a
very cleverly written paper on the battle
of Saratoga. About thirty members were
In attendance. .
Dr. Mathew A. Tlnley of this city and
Mlas Lucy Williams of Omaha were untied
in marriage Wednesday morning at
o'clock at St. Francis' Catholic church.
Rev Father Smyth, pastor of the church,
officiating, 'a the presence of the Imme
diate friends of the family. A wedding
brtakfast was served at the close of the
ceiemony at the home of the newly mar
ried couple, 449 Glen avenue, where they
will be at home to their many friends after
W. L. Tblckstua, music studio, ovr 61
THE season's stock of all kinds of Jackets for ladies', misses' and
children, is now very large and complete, and can say with every
degree of confidence, that we show the most representative line in west
ern Iowa. Nothing new in this season's Cloaks that is not to be
fuond in this department. We mention a few of the many bargains.
Ladles' strap seamed ker
sey Jackets, , velvet collar.
test sleeve, and come In
castor navy and black. Actual value $7.50,
Ladles' Jacket. Wo cer
tainly show the largest
line and best values at
this price. Seven different numbers in all
colors and all sizes (ask to see tbe $10.00
garment). It certainly cannot be duplica
Ladles' Jackets In an end
less assortment of styles,
clothes and finish, short
medium and long backs and colors. Skinner
satin lined. It certainly deserves consid
Ladles' Jackets, Skinner
satin lined, piped seams,
new yoke back, also the
Monte Carlo, the latest craze. Also a
large line of other new styles.
$20, $25, $30 and $35
High class exclusive novelties.
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Coal-firelsford Hardware Co.
FOR DES MOINES' P0ST0FFICE
Announcement la Made from Wsih.
Inarton that Site Hns Been
DES MOINE3. Oct. 11. (Special Tele
gram.) Parties who are Interested In the
location of the new postofflce in Des Hotnes
today received a telegram trom Secretary
Shaw's private secretary notifying them
that the site bad been definitely decided
The one chosen' Is what is known as
tbe Walnut street site, at th foot of Wal
nut street and on the river front. It Is
In the wholesale district, six blocks from
tbe present site, and the selection will
cause much dissatisfaction.
The site was offered to the government
for 1150,000 and waa practically the only
site offered. '
Flfty-Elgntn Weddlns; Anniversary.
IOWA City, la.. Oct. 11. (Special. EU
children and six grandchildren celobrated
with Mr. and Mrs. William Elliott today
the fifty-eighth anniversary of their mar
riage. Mr. Elliott was born in 1S22 In
Westmoreland county. Pennsylvaula, and
was married to his wife In Tipton, U., Ij
1844. He was a member of Company A,
Fifth Iowa volunteers and was county clerk
of Cedar county for a number of years. He
hae also filled the position of jiis'.ic4 of the
peace and othr township offices. The mar
ried 111 ot Mr. and Mrs. filllott has always
Misses' Jackets, trimmed col
lars, In gray only, sizes 4 to
14 years. (Special bargain.)
Misses' Jackets with braid
trimmings, also trimmed
sailor collars, all colors,
Misses' Jackets (Raglan ef
fect) satin and velvet trim
mings, all sizes, and come
In red, blue and castors.
Misses' Jackets, three-quarter
length, nicely trimmed
with buttons braid and
Misses' Jackets a new
novelty with flounce skirt,
yoke and trimmed seams,
(new Raglan effect.)
$12, $13, $14 and $15
New extreme novelties.
ardincr, .. Counci B,uffs' owa
OVERCOATS AND SUITS that look right, wear
right and are right from
WINTER UNDERWEAR in every conceivable1!
grade, color and price from, a garment i
Munsing and Superior Union Suits from '
SMITH & BRADLEY
been happy and of late years they
have taken great pleasure In celebrating
tbelr wedding anniversaries with ss many
of their children snd grandchildren about
them as possible. In addition to the con
gratulations of their twelve aescennants,
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott were today ths recip
ients of the congratulations of scores ot
their lifelong friends in this country and
also In Cedar county.
CHEER HEPBURN AT CREST0N
Crowd at Opening; of Repnbllenn Cam
paign In l'n ton (onnty la
CRESTON, la., Oct. 11. (Special Tele
gram.) Tbe republican campaign In Union
county was formiUly opened, todsy with a
speech by Hon. W. P. Hepburn. Hs was
greeted with applause when be arose to
speak sod his remarks were frequently in
terrupted by loud che-rs. He told of th
hypocritical course of th democrats In
helping to psas th treaty of Paris and then
attacking tbe republicans for occupying
tbe Philippines aa provided by that treaty.
He paid bis respects to the democrats In
their attempts to vllllfy the American sol
dier! snd told ot the prosperity ot the
country under repubilcsa rule. In regard
to the tariff and trust, fa said k knew
children's coats In red ana,
blue, fancy braid 'trimming
on sleeves and collar. '
children's coats, made of fine
Venetian cloth, braid and
button trimmings, fancy
children's coats with velvet
collar and cuffs and trim
med with the latest trim-
children's coats fine
broadcloth, new lace trim
mings, with real beaver
fur on collar and cuffs, with fancy belt-
giving a Russian effect.
children's VELVET COATS
In black only madalllon
lace trlmlnaa. sailor collar
and the new Bishop sleeve.
$6.75, $7,50, $I(J and $12
New novelties In children's velvet coats.
XL J OO
When Calling on
Your Swell Friends
yen need to have every part ot your at- ,
tire correct. There's nothing more notice
able than your linen. If you patronise our '
laundry your linen will always be correct ,
and you can depend on It. We call for an
Bluff City Laundry,
WALLACE A OROUT, Proprietors.'
THE RUNNING EXPENSES
of bouse are largely added to by worn
out or poor plumbing, which Is always out
of repair. If you are annoyed In thla way
let us overhaul It and put It In order for
you, and, you will And that the coat will
be as nothing compared to what constant,
repairing amounts to. We will fit you up
a bath room or kitchen that will make
your heart glad, without large expense. It
we do It, Its done right.
J.C. Bixby & Son,
tOi Main, 203 Pearl St., Council Bluffs, lav
of no trust that was sheltered by tbs tariff,
but If any such existed, the party would
not hesitate to , modify tbe tariff. Tho
oourt house was crowded to Its fullest ca
pacity and the enthusiasm manifested was
remarkable for an off year.
STREET CARKILLS CHILD
Keoknk Girl Strnek by Trolley le-
nsnbs Instantly to Injnrles
KEOKUK, la., Oct. 11. Helena Browning,
the little daughter of D. M. Browning of
Corona, Cal., was Instantly killed here today
by a street car. ,
The child, who was lt-months-old, was
playing on a lawn and wandered Into tbs
street. Tbe motorman could not atop th
car on the bill. He was exonerated by the
coroner's Jury, which declared ths accident
Drakesnan Is Instantly Killed.
LEMARS. Ia.. Oct 11. (Special Tele
gram. ) Roy Terratin of Mankato, Minn., a
brakeman on ths Omaha railroad, was In
stantly killed her this morning.' His foot
caught In a frog and a switching train raa
over blm. H was married six months ago
and left a good position three months ago t
take a nlac as brakeman.
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