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WEEK FOR THE GRADUATES
Exercises Commence with Sermon to
Graduates by Ber. W. 8. Eamet
FIFTY-EIGHT COMPLETE THE COURSE
rtrnil Gradaatlnv Kurrlui Tbors
dar Evenins, with Address bjr
Dr. Sparks of Chicago
Commencement week for the graduating
clans of the high school will begin this
mnrnlna- when Kev. W. 8. Barnes, pastor
of ths First Presbyterian church, will j
preach the baccalaureate sermon to the
fifty-eight young people who will complete
their public school ccurse. The members
of the Board of Education and faculty ol
the high school will attend the services this
morning at the First Presbyterian church
In accordance with the usual custom. I
Monday evening the graduating class will
hold Its class feast at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs Lewis Hammer on Eat Brjud
way when Miss Haxel Hammer, who arad
uates from the German scientific course,
will be hostess.
Tuesday morning, if the weather permits,
the class will have a picnic, probably at
Lake Manawa and Tuesdny evening will
occur the class day exercises In the audi
torium of the high school. This is an In
novation and there will be an Interesting
program, a feature of which will bo the
"Class Prophesy," In costume, by the mem
bers. At the close of the program the class
Will present a handsome picture to the
Wednesday evening the members of the
graduating class will be the guest of the
Junior class at a reception and dance In
the ball room of the Grand hotel. There
will be a literary and musical program and
the evening's festivities will close Ith a
Thursday evening will occur the regular
graduating exfrclses In the high school
auditorium. The program for this hits not
been completed but the principal feature
will be the address by Dr. Edwin Karl
Sparks of the University of Chicago. His
subject will be "The Limitations of Learn
ing." The reception and entertainment by the
Alumni association for the graduates has
been postponed from Friday until Monday,
Junn 8. It will be held In the ball room
of the Grand hotel Instead of In the Royal
Arcanum hall as first announced.
The graduating class this year consists of
thirty-five young women and twenty-three
young men. as against thirty-four girls and
sixteen boys In 1902 and eighteen girls and
twelve boys In 1901. The list of graduates
la as follows:
List of Graduates.
Classical Course Ruth Barstow, Tom
Burke. Fred B. Chernlss. Olive Al'lna
English, Nettle Una Fleming, Eunice Ora
son, Sadie M. Grosvenor, Alfred P. Hanch
ett. Jr., Clarence E. Henulnger, Anna
Homer, Mlgnon J. Maynard, Hittle M.
Mueller, Matilda Namen, Edna M. Put
nam, Edith A. Shepard, Alga Mellta Smith,
Harry L. Snyder, Lulu May Wise.
Ijitln Sclentiflo Course Horace A. Ask
wlth, Ada Brandels, Gertrude Henshaw,
Dana R. Hanford, Nelle G. Mable, Georgia
Mitchell, Roy Mitchell. Hattio M. Murphy.
George Porter, Ralf Denny Robertson,
Charles G. Scott, Armlnlu Van Order,
Carleton H. Woodward, Margrette B.
German Sclentlc Course Mabel Louise
Anderson, Josephine A. Blxby, Ellth Fran
ces Brock, I.etha L. Butler, Olive B. Casey,
Minnie M. Foster, Zola M. Graves, llasel
J. Hammer, Phoebe HeltJ Jutlson, Delia
Pauline Metcalf. Nina Hortense Meyers,
Raymond C. Mathls, Blanche Patterson,
Frieda Peterson, Robert L. Gprague, Merle
English Scientific Courre Morgan G.
Cutler, Lauretta L. Evers, Albert M. Trey
nor. Business Course Charles Duncan Camp
bell. Charley C. Lacy, James Horace
Pierce, Gertrude R. Glttins, Henry Peter
sun, Roy 1 Rusmussen, Lottie P. Smith.
The average of the class Is eighteen
years and nine months, the average height
Ave feet and six and one-half Inches, and
the average weight 129 pounds, wenty
four of the- graduating class Intend to go
to higher schools and colleges, while nine
are preparing to teach.,
Ion declares that a clear title could be se
cured hy the city or library board "and
that same can be conveyed by Mr. Shugart
and his living heirs. Judge Reed holds
that the city can secure title either by pur
chase or condemnation.
City Solicitor Snyder, while holding to
the opinion that the city could condemn
the property by having the court appoint ;
a trustee for the prospective heirs, was ,
also of the opinion that certain questions '
would be Involved In such proceedings
which have never been determined by the I
All sixes at New York Plumbing company.
With the Churches.
At St. Paul's Episcopal church today
there will be holy communion at S a. m.;
morning prayer and sermon by the rector,
Rev. George Edward Walk, at 10:30 o'clock
and vespers at 4:30 p. m.
Rev. Allen Judd will conduct services
morning and evening at Grace Episcopal
church today. There will be holy com
munion at 11 a. m. and In the evening Rev.
Judd will deliver an Illustrated lecture on
There will be no service today In the
First Congregational church on account
of the repairs being made on the building.
There will also be no meeting of the Sun
day school or Endeavor societies.
At the First Presbyterian church this
morning the pastor. Rev. W. S. Barnes,
will preach the baccalaureate sermon to
the graduating class of the high school.
Rev. Frank A. Case of Chicago Heights,
111., will preach today at 10:30 a. m. and
p. m. In the First Baptist church. Sun
day school will be held at noon and meet
ing of the Toung People's union at 7
The First Church of Christ (Scientist)
will hold services In the Sapp building at
11 a. m.. when the subject of the lesson
will be "God the Only Cause and Creator."
Sunday school will be held at the close
of the services. The regular testimony,
meeting will be held Wednesday evening
at 8 o'clock.
Rer. Harvey Hostetler, pastor of the
Second Presbyterian church, will preach
this morning on "A Son of Thunder." His
subject at the evening service will be
"Motives Leading to Conversion."
Second Church of Christ (Scientist) will
hold services In Modern Woodmen of Amer
ica hall In Merrlnm block at 10:45 a. m.
Subject: "God the Oaly Cause and Cre
ator." Sunday school Immediately after
the service. Wednesday evening testi
monial meeting at 7:45.
divide Ms time between the two cities.
George Gerner, Jr., will remain In charge
of the store here.
We continue to lead all competitors In
carpets, rugs, portieres, lace curtains, win
dow shades, oil clntha, linoleum, mattlnirs,
etc. Our easy payment plan enables every
body lo buy at the lowest figures. 1). W.
Keller, 407 Broadway.
Henry Scott was taken Into custody yes
terday on an old charge of creating a dis
turbance In a Hrnndway saloon nearly two
months ago. He has been out of the city
and only returned yesterday morning, when
he was promptly gathered In by the police.
William Lane, a colored soldier with an
honorable discharge from Company A,
Twenty-fifth Infantry, V. fl. A., Fort Nio
brara, objected to Officer Kirk placing him
under arrest yesterday sfternoon for being
Intoxicated snd attempted to wrest the
officer's club from him. It took the com
bined efforts of three policemen to put
Lane In the patrol wagon and he fought
the whole way to the city Jail.
Chnrles Duke of Omaha and Marv
Doherty of Davenport were married In this
city yesterday afternoon by Justice Ouren.
The wedding party drove from Omaha in a
closed carriage and on reaching the office
of Justice Ouren, the groom having ar
ranged Friday for the performance of the
ceremony, Mr. Duke discovered to his
chagrin that he had left the license In
Omaha. There was nothing to do but go
back for It, and while the groom was
making the trip by motor car the rest of
the party enjoyed a drive about the city In
MINOR MESTIOlf. J .
ravts sells drugs.
Stockert sells carpets.
Crayon enlarging. 80S Broadway.
Expert watch repairing. Leffert. 4n B'y
Celebrated Meti beer on tap. Neumayer
Fine lamp, worth $7. free. Ask Howe, 310
See our hammocks at 80 cents and uu.
D. W. Keller, 407 Broadway.
Pictures and art novelties for graduation
gifts. Alexander A Co.. S33 Broadway.
Real estate In all parts of the clt for
sale. Thomas E. Casady. 235 Pearl street
The Spiritualists will meet this afternoon
at 2:30 o'clock In the Maccabee hall In the
Our baby carriages and go-carts are the
leading styles. See them before buying.
D. W. Keller. 407 Broadway.
Before papering your rooms we want to
show you our elegant 1903 designs. C. B.
Paint, Oil and Glass company.
We contract to keep public or private
houses free from roaches by the year. In
sect Exterminator Manufacturing com
pany. Council Bluffs. la. Telephone F834.
Justice Ouren decided yesterday that
former City Detective Callaghan was not
guilty of taking part In the strike trouble
on South Main street and dismissed the
case against him.
The pulpit committee of the First Baptist
church expects to make an Important an
nouncement at the morning service today
and requests that every member of the
church be present.
C. B. Jacquemln has purchased the Inter
est of his partner, George A. Gerner. In
the Jewelry business and the latter will re
tire from busltess. Mr. Jacquemln, who
also has a store in Helena, Mont., will
PAST WEEK IN BLUFFS SOCIETY
Women's Club Members Mnke Hand,
some Gift to Miss Denny,
Mies May Fisher of Creston Is visiting
relatives In the city.
Mrs. D. W. Otis will entertain at lunch
eon today In honor of Miss Pratt of Maldln,
The members of the Euchre club will
meet Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. A. W
Mrs. C. A. Dow of Sioux City Is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Farrand of
W. W. Loomls and F. H. Hill will leave
today for Mankato, Minn., on their annual
Mrs. Horace Everett entertained infor
mally at whist Friday evening at her home
on Second avenue.
Mrs. L. A. Gray entertained the mem
bers of the Tuesday History club at lunch
eon Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Delia Metcalf entertained a few
friends at a dinner party given at her
home on Bluff street Saturday evening.
E E. Fletcher of Indianapolis has been
In the city the last week, the guest of the
family of 8. F. Robinson of Willow avenue.
Mrs. H. A. Quinn of Oakland avenue will
leave the early part of the month for Bal
timore, where she will spend the summer.
Mrs. I. M. Treynor entertained the mem
bers of the Woman's Whist club at a
luncheon given at her home on First ave
nue Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. J. W. Morse of Fifth avenue will
entertain the women of the First Presby
terian church at a kenslngton to be given
at her home Thursday afternoon.
The young reople of the Congregational
church gave a largely attended muslcale
and social Friday evening t the home of
air. ana airs, f reeman Lt. need.
Miss Donaldlne Bell entertained a few
friends at her home yesterday afternoon
and evening In place of a picnic at Lake
Manawa, which the rain prevented.
Miss Kitty Pullard entertained the mem
bers of the Tuesday Euchre club at her
home Tuesday afternoon. The club will
meet this week with Mrs. Charles Haas.
Mrs. Jacob Sims entertained the mem
bers of the Woman's club at her home
Wednesday afternoon at a kenslngton and
dinner. Covers were laid for twenty-five.
A reception will be given Mondav evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Smith,
717 First avenue, in honor of Miss Pratt ot
Maldln, Turkey, who is the guest of Miss
Miss Ethel Leman has returned to her
home In the city after being graduated
from the Emerson School of Oratory In
Boston, where she has been a student
for the last four years.
Mrs. Walter I. Smith will leave the early
part of the week to attend the meeting ot
the World's fair exhibit committee of the
Iowa Federation of Woman's Clubs, which
will meet at Des Moines June 2. This
committee will select the specimens of
work to be shown by the club women of
Iowa. It Is composed of Mrs. Smith, Mrs.
Bailey, the retiring president of the fed
eration, and Mrs. A. T. Fletcher, the presi
dent of the federation.
Mlsn Florence Denny, director of the
physical culture department of the Council
Bluffs Woman's club, left Wednesday for
Cambridge, Mass., where she will bo one
of the Instructors at the gymnasium of
tho Harvard Annex Summer school. Be
fore leaving the city the members of the
department presented Miss Denny with a
handsome gift In appreciation of her
service. Miss Denny will be absent from
the city for three months.
Our New 40 Pafe
Mail Orders Promptly
' Attended to. ,
Plumbing and heating. Blxby So a.
RAIN SPOILS THE PROGRAM
Memorial Exercises Held la Christian
Charch Instead of the
The Memorial day exercises of ,the Grand
Army of the Republio were held yesterday
afternoon In the First Christian church,
where part of the program as originally
planned, was carried out. The oration of
the day waa delivered by Rev. A. E. Burlff.
pastor of Trinity Methodist church, while
a band from Omaha under the leadership
of R. Gunnoude rendered a number of
The rain prevented the exercises being
held In Baylies park as planned Friday,
after It was deemed Inadvisable to hold
them at the cemetery as has been the cus
tom for years. No attempt waa made to
parade, but the members of Abe Lincoln
post marched from the post headquarters
to the church headed by the bund. The
exercises were attended by an audience
which barely half filled the church.
The placing of flowers on the graves in
the several cemeteries was carried out by
committees, each grave having been marked
with a small flag Friday by Major Mc-Fadden.
101 Pearl St., Co. Bluffs. Telephone 96.
Why pay rent all your life Be your own
andlord. Here are some bargains which
must be closed out during the next week
$1,100-820 Platner street. 1V story frame
house of t rooms; corner property;
two paved streets; desirable location.
11,40081 Platner street, modern cottage
of $ rooms; gas. batn. Darn; yary ae
slrable location on paved street.
$2,500 Mornlngslda, modern two-story res
idence or rooms; rurnace, gas, oatn;
known as Ousler house; the bouse
store cost $5,000.
$2,500 lH-story frame house; 8 moms; bath.
city water, gas, etc; centrally located;
t2 Sixth avenue. I
$2,500406 Park avenue, up-to-date two-
story residence; well built; with gas,
bath; 8 rooms; choice residence location.
$3,500 Mornlngslde resldenoe, t large rooms;
modern; bath, gas; circular porches;
N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tec 230. Night, F667.
A Neat Looking; Man.
' When one's laundry Is done up In a neat
style It makes a big difference In the looks
of a man even though he Is not so well
dressed as others In the latest thing from
the tailor shop. Our extra efforts In turn
ing out fine work on collars, cuffs and
hlrts makes our position Impregnable as
the leaders In laundry work In Council
Bluffs and vicinity. If you want your
laundry done up to suit you all that 1
necessary Is to call us up by 'phone 290 and
our wagon will call for your bundle.
EVANS LAUNDRY CO.,
5S Pearl street.
haw Chanaree Plans.
Secretary Shaw has written Commissioner
Loomls of the Commercial club that he
has changed his plans snd will Join Presl
dent Roosevelt at Denlson Instead of at
Council Bluffs. The letter from Secretary
Shaw waa In answer to the requeet of the
Commercial club that he make his ar
rangements so as to arrive tn Council
Bluffs on Monday as It s Apposed he In
tended. In time to be able to address the
members of the club. ' Vp to last night
Commissioner Loomls had received no re
ply to the Invitation sent the president to
stop over In Council Bluffs Tuesday morn
My Title Is Good.
Judge J. R. Reed, to whom the matter
was referred by the attorneya for E. L.
Shugart, and Attorney J. J. Stewart, act
Ing for the library board, has given an
opinion that a clear title ta the Shugart
property selected as the site for the Car
negie library building, ran be secured. The
text of the opinion has not been made pub-
Uo and will not until the meeting of the
library board Monday night.
It la stated that Judge Reed la his opln
nearly a block of land; known as the
McGee house; the house alone cost
$4,000 Northeast corner Eighth street and
Fifth avenue; two-story modern resi
dence of t rooms, with large lot; 65
feet front on Eighth street and 132
. feet front on Fifth avenue; choice In
side residence property.
$3,00011 N. Main street; a two-story brick
business block extra well located In
the heart ot the city; a bargain; nets
10 per cent.
$,000-lo2-4-C-8 Pearl street; one-story build
ing, 90x118 ft, fronting on Pearl street
and Fifth avenue, Just across street
from court house; one of the best
business corners in the city. Nets
Investigate these offers and buy a home
on the easiest terms ever made
THE BEST SYSTEM OF HEAT
ING YOUR HOME
evenly and thoroughly Is by steam and
water; lt la positive and economical and
you get heat when you want It. No living
In one room on cold days, because the rest
of the rooms don't heat. Let us figure with
you; we have the experience and the goods.
If we do It, It's done right.
i J. C. Bixby & Son
101 Tualn 203 Pearl Bis.. Council Bluffs. la
Rest and Refreshment
found here every week day In the year
rest because we have comfortable stools
upon which to sit, refreshment because we
supply Just about the most palatable soda
water of your favorite flavor, made any
where. Drop In when In our neighborhood.
THE BRONSON DRUG GO.
10 Broadway . COUNCIL BLUFF.
SALE IS MOW ON
AK3D WILL CONTINUE FOR ONE WEEK
By a Fortunate Opportunity wo have bought for Spot Cash a Manufacturer's entire Stock of their
Travelers Samples, consisting of the Highest Grade and Latest Styles of Up-to-date Sterling Silver
Articles and jewelry of all kinds; We will place them on eale at Sensational Low Prices. Below we will
illustrate a few of th thousands of articles at Less than Manufacturers Cost.
Bear in Mind, all these advantageswith a Positive Assurance of a Saving of from 25 per cent to 60 per
cent on every dollar. This Purchase includes a large Assortment of Gents1 and Ladies' Watches besides hun
dreds of other piece we cannot illustrate on account of this limited space.
GENUINE JEWELRY BARGAINS
$35 Worth $j.oo.
Set with Pearl and Garnets or
Pearl and Torquoise or Pearl
No. D 77.
95 Cent Worth $1.50.
For Babies and Little Girla.
$4.65 Worth $6.50.
Perfect and Sparkling.
Fine cut Stor.e.
50 Cents Worth $1.00.
Plain and beautifully carved.
All sizes for children.
$a.6o Worth $3.50.
Two fine Australian Opals.
No. D 45.
$3.95 Worth $4.00.
Roman finish,' elegantly carved.
$3.60 Worth $3.50
Two real Alamandines,
Turquoise, Emeralds or
Sapphire with 3 real Pearls.
No. D 80.
$5-oo Worth $7.50.
Heavy Belcher Mounting.
Either Ruby or Emerald.
$3.00 Worth $5.00.
Ruby or Emerald in center,
surrounded by ia beautiful cut
No. D 16.
$4.75 Worth $6.50.
Fine Genuine Opal.
Flat Belcher Mounting.
No. D 67.
tsn an r
Gold Soldered Links.
Opal and Pearl in
No. D 205.
$3.33 Worth $3.50;
SOLID OOLD BKOOCB.
Roman finish. Set with Torquoise.
No. D 10S.
$6.50 Worth $0.00.
SOLID OOLD BROOCH.
Green and Rose Gold.
Genuine Pearl. ' No. D 115.
CENT S CIIAIN.
14 K. Gold Filled.
Warranted 10 years.
Made by A. B. & M.
14-K. Gold Filled.
Warranted so years
$1.15 Worth $1.75
14-K. OOLD FILLED BROOCH.
Warranted 30 years.
Brilliant center. No. D 136.
$1.75 Worth $3.75.
7 Fine Brilliants, Bright Gold.
Warranted 20 years.
No. D 107.
14-K. OOLD FILLED.
Solid Gold Slide.
Warranted 20 years.
R. F. S. & Co.
1W yf 2 q fpk-rfpCf f- fr rt Every sale on honor only. If you are a Judge of values, so much
Alk3 JI W Jv i Cl UiVJll bytler will you appreciate these special sale prices; if you are
no judge of values, you will fare just as well, Quality is the great lever and in every honest comparison we always
get the credit of being the lowest-priced house in our line.
Sale is now 01 ond wilt coniinue lor one week
ll fin's1 RnlciU Make your purchases early, we will
UUII I Ubldy lay them away until you want ihem
Herman JflL Leffert, Jeweler
409 Broadway. Council Bluffs, Iowa.
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Council Bluffs, la.
Vs ars prspar4 to do this work to pr
fsctloo, la eonnsetloD with ear ojslng basl
Beta. Laci Curtains Cleaned and
Poitiers Cleaned and Dyed.
Our method Is to f1 compleU satisfac
tion. Corns la and Inspect our work If 700.
want to what ws caa do la ths war of
Ogden Steam Dye Works
CARTER at COOK. Prop.
301 Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
Wtrk called for sad delimel Til.
M Psarl 81. Council DljSs. 'Phono 17.
A ft l HOW MAKING THflR 'ANNUA!, APPf AIHC?.
OUR MAGNIFICENT SHOWING OF
STRAW HATS, NEGLIGEE SHIRTS,
CRASH SUITS AND
SUMMER UNDERWEAR -
OUGHT TO MAKE IT A PLEASURE TO YOU
TO WELCOME THESE TORRID FAVORITES
JOE SMITH & CO.
THE HOME OF THE STYLISH SUIT
415 Broadway Council Bluffs
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