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THK OMAHA DAILY DKK? THTHSDAY, MAKCH 1. lOOfi.
VFWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
Offlee, 10 Irt
Pavi sella drugs.
Try tha Central flour.
Stockert tell carpets.
Ed Rogers' Tony I-'aust lcer.
Plumbing and heating. Bixby & S in.
Lrs. Woodbury. det.tlsta, 30 Fearl atraat.
Woodrlng-Sehmidt, undertakers. Tel. fflt.
VA Rogera' famous Mlrketnh on draught. ,
.fat-vie. J3 Main, wines, brandies, whis
kies. PhotM! UK
School paint, pen, paper and tablets. !
' Alexander's, S3i H'way. 1
Ohio potatoes at nor per huhc-l, one du
only. liart. I Mlllrr. Tel .6i. '
Huy your building material . from (J.
llafrr. l'.iK stock and liltli.- prices.
Kor Importi-d wines, liquors and cham
pagne, L.. Koscnfeld company, S19 Main 8t.
Tlgredla temple. Rathbone Blntcr. will
inl Friday evening In Knlgiits of 1'ythlas
Abe Lincoln Relirf corps will meet In
regular aesWon Friday afternoon In Orand
It pavs to deal with the Glen Avenue
Ciroeery, they .make, prices to suit every
The. First Ward Improvement "'lull will
meit Krlilay evening in the. lobby of the
Cotton felt mattresses for comfort and
vest. Lt us quote you prices and save you
money, . Keller Farnsworth.
Twenty per cent discount on our J. Pou
Jat Franch hlna gold decorated dinner
ware this week only. V. A. Maurer.
Btrlctly fresh efrg. lie. per dog., all you
want, at the Central Grocery and Meet
Market. 'Phone L4. WO-miS Broadway.
Try the Central flour.
The Knlits and I-mlle of Security will
give n masquerade bar! In the Maccabees
hall Saturday, March U. Admission Z cents
quits A Annis, money to loan; cash on
hand, po delay; city and farm property for
sal on easy terms of payment. Office, lvl
Harmony chapter. Order of the Kastern
Htar, will antertain Its members and friends
this avenlng In .Masonic hall with a card
party and social.
Tc wagon, good as naw, for sale at a
treat bargain. Hee bredensteln & Hmlth,
coal yard, near Wabash freight house, Utli
Ave. and Sixth St.
We are paving the highest cash prices
for old Iron and nietnls. Council Muffs
Junk Houi'c, J. Kattlcman, proprietor.
Tel. M. ftV3 H. Main.
" Hrt-e Is another xrnip: tine 25c package
uf pancake flour and one package of
and one package of Indian meal all for
iSc- Battel Miller. Tel 3K.
Ttio Manhattan restaurant ami bar are
giving the blgmcst meal In town. Short
orders, with, pure' cream for excellent
coffee. Try and you will be delighted.
Mlsaourl oak- dry cordwond. $ii a cord;
hhollbark hlckorv, IT; Arkansas anthracite.
t".'.. pti ton less than hard coal. William
Welsh. 1 North Main Ht. Telephnno l;s.
SHeely l,anc, marble and granite works,
Kaat Uroadway; are the people to patronize.
TheV cava yciu: por cent and give you
the firwet material and best workmansnip.
Mrs. l-'rnnces Fessato, wife of Joseph
Fessate. .North Twenty-ninth street,
died yeaterunT ntternoon, aged ;il years.
iicBldi s her husband, two children survive
Jamli- . Field performefl the marriage
ceremony yeateroay for M. N. Woodmancy
and H H. Young, both of Macedonia, la.,
and Onnrge Mlcnel . and Anna Yimib, both
vt Lincoln, Neb.
Painters,- now Is your chance to buv
I brushes at tf per- eent discount for cash
only Ctnincil fluffs f'nint, Oil and Glass
company are going to move to Merriam
blncg on March 16.
The Laities' ' Aid society of the Swedish
Lutheran rhurcn will meet this afternoon
ikL -the. .home or Mrs. Otto FaiK, Filth
avenue.. The Hit nor league will meet this
- evening in the church parlors.
- Tha quality of our high grade work In
watch ruiwIFimi cannot -be eoualled In thin
k'iulty. and In oroer to get and kuep your
ltionage we employ woi-Kmen that are
lut;ou.njy. rename anfi juniy rguieu iij
HKinarl. . Lrftcrt.-- . - - .
Tha Woniaa'a auxiliary - of St. Paul's
Kplsrnpal enurch will hold its regular
mommy meeting Friday afternoon at -o
chick at tne nome ot the presidont. Mrs.
T. 3. Foly, on Mouth Hixtn street. Thu
members are renueated to come prepared
li tage up tha study of Japan.
Th eaaa' against Marcellus V. Moxley on
Ma" charge preferred against him hy Miss
Hagmar Kntnerine Jenaen was disimsced
In in uierior court yesterday on motion
of tn' assistant County attorney. Moxiey
- wn prepared wltn a long array ot wit
nesses to disprove the charges against
him. . - ' - '
The fire department was called shortly
after ft o'rlocK last night to the Jeftens
residence on Fletcher avenue. Lace cur
talna In a bedroom on tne seivmd noor had
caught tire from a gas Jet and started a
blase, wntch the memliers of the family
utieoeeded in extinguishing before the ar
itl of the department.
Mrs Mary Clark, aged M years, died
yesterday morning at her home. Hat Norm
eighth street, from tuiiercnlosls. Three
daughters and four sons survive her. 'tne
funeral iu be held Friday morning at
-.m o'clock from the resilience and inter
ment will be In Fairvlcw cemetery. Hev.
F. A- Case ot tne First llaptlst chuivh will
conduct the services.
N. T. Plumblnif Co. Tel. 360. Night I. tUS.
.IT'S NO USE. BOYS!
If you CAN'T meet competition, why. SELL
OUT oriCLOSK I P! Knock If you wish,
that a tha best advertising we can get,
BUT DON'T. GET GAY or your schedule
will be violated and then won't there be
a hot time In lids old town. These are
our' prices from choice and yours if you
buy goods enough to stand the pressure.
If you can't, run along to the trust with
jrour troubles BCT DON'T GET GAY!
h.M puffy'a Malt Whisky... T!c
All you want see.
Il.m Llnuoaone want It .THc
$1.00 Swamp Root. "You may have kid
ney trouble and not know It" 7c
ll.iw Mdnyon's paw Paw Tc
11.00 Plert-e's Medicines ' ,...79c
11.00 Gordon a Malt Whisky
This 1s the guaranteed kind.
100 Chester Genuine Pennyroyal
Mennen's Talcum Powder....- 1'ic
l'sc Cutlcura Soap e?uc
-"Sc Juvenile Roup '. Me.
WE PAY THE FKEIGHT on mall orders
amounting to flO.Ou or more.
r"ree. delivery use your 'phone.
pkici dun Atr Lit 0 sTots
. . . .' E.' T.' YATES. PROPRIETOR.
Curner Fifth avenue and Main street,
,. Council Bluffs, la. 'Phone 333.
Cor. Sixteenth and Chicago Sts., Omaha.
i wtiuy-iourin and is His., South Omaha.
21 purl Jt. Phoms. Res. 83. Oftlca 97
Lady Attendant if Deal red
PROPOSALS ' FOB BRICK SCHOOL
building. Department of Indian Affairs,
Waahlngtuti l. C.,- February 15. Iwu.
haulal proposals Indorsed "Proposals
IT gchool Building. Pierre, s. D.."
til adalressed to the commissioner of
radian affair, Washington. D. ('., will
h received at the Indian oftlc until
3 O'clock p. ni. of Monday, March IS.
ltnt, for furnishing and delivering the necea
aary materials and labor to construct and
T"!""" a cnooi uuiioina, ltn
phautaaaa. attam hear and acetylene
aiia(. at the Pierre Indian school, 8, 1) . I
ia atrlet aei-orrlanca -with plana, auecinca- '
taM and Inatrwctlona to blddr which may !
a eiamined at this office . the ofth-ea of the 1
' Improvement Bulletin." Miiiuapoll. I
Winn.; the "Arcua-lader." tiiivui PhII
9. D.; th "lDU-r-cen." t'hlcaao. Ill - the
iDter-Ocean, . t'hlcaa-o. III.; the
"Olobe-lmocrat." 8t. Liuia, Mo. and the
Omaha. Neb.l tha Bulldera and
Tradiua' tLSchancea at Omaha. Nl Mil
waukM. Wia.; St. Paul. Minn., and Mlnne
apollH, Minn.: the Nor'.hweatern Manufue
iwrrra' auuclutlon. 8t. I'ul. Minn.; the
I'nlted Ulatea Indian Warehouaea t 3b',
South Canal atreet. t'hkaao. III. ; kl& How
ard atreel. ihnatm. Neb.; 11 Wuoatvr atreel,
Naw yrk City, and ftij 8outh Seventh
etrwat. 8t. Luuia. Mu., and at tha school.
f-r furthr lnformalino -arply to J C
lWhMl; 8upt., Ptrrie. 8. I). C. F. ijir
laiMa, Act g. Cunirnlasluner.
8t. Tel. 48.
THIEVES ASSAULT MERCHANT
Victim Detect Theft and Attempt to Hold
Them for the Police.
ROBBERS FINALLY ESCAPE TO LUMBER YARD
Officers Nntlged and Sneceed
Landing, lioth Men In Jail
I himth One f i hem I'nts
Marcua Solomon. ,,.-... in, ,.- of a clolldhg I
store at 21J West Bioadway. was set upon
and harflv he.ton v..lor.lv afternoon hv
two sneak thieves whom he had detected
In the act of stealing several pairs of
trousers from his vstore. Solomon seised
the men as they were about to leave the
store, when they turned on hint, knocked
him down and kicked him about the head
and chest until he was rendered almost
Solomon's cries attiucted n number of
people to the scene, but the two crooks
dashed through the crowd at the front of
the store and turning north on Second
street made for the lumber yard of the
(Julnn company on Vine street. A telephone
message was sent to police headquarters
and Patrol Driver Ixirenxen. being the only
officer available, was sent after the men.
A search of the lumber yard disclosed the
men hiding behind a big pile of "lumber,
and they made no resistance when taken
Into custody by the ofllier, who by th!
time had been reinforced by a number of
men from the lumber yard and vicinity.
At the city jail the men gave thu names
of Frank Jones and Frank Morgan and
stated they were from Omaha. While being
conducted to the cells Morgan, the larger
of the two prisoners, turned on Officer
Lnrcmcen and put up a stiff fight before
the officer was able to draw his revolver
and hit the fellow over the head with the
butt, Jones Is a young fellow, probably 20
years of age, while Morgan Is apparently
about JS years of age.
Solomon, who was badly beaten up. will
file an Information today against the men
charging them with assault to commit great
bodily Injury and larceny from a building
In the day time. It Is likely that Morgan
will also be charged with resisting an
Civil Merrier Holes for City.
Fire Chief Nicholson, who returned from
Des Moines yesterday morning, said there
was considerable talk there about the bill
to he introduced which would place cities
of 5.011 and over under a civil service law.
Des Moines Is the only city In the state
now affected by it and Chief Nicholson,
who talked with a number of the members
of the legislature, found that they favored
an amendment extending the law In all
cities of 26.000 and over, which would In
clude Council Bluffs.
The effect of the passage of such an
amendment would be to place the fire and
police departments of this city tinder a
civil service commission which would con
sist of three members appointed by the
mayor, two of whom would ie republicans
and one a democrat, one to be appointed
for two ycara. one for fou years and one
fur... six years. Promotions uud appoint
ments would be solely upon merit and u
member of either the police or fire depart
ment could only be removed for cause.
The appointment of the chief of police
would, as before, rest with the mayor
Chief Nicholson said that from the talk
at Des Moines he felt confident such an
amendment would be passed at the present
session ot the legislature.
Large lot on Glen avenue, graded, paved,
alley in rear; 11,800.
Lots In Highland Place, to 1150 each.
Lota In Broadway riace and Babbitt
riace, up to grade, tJba.
Many dwellings from io0 to (5,000.
Insure your house and furniture with ma.
CHA8 T. OFFICER,
Telephone 61, 419 Broadway.
Kor exchange, storeroom, with four llv- ;
Ing rooms In rear part: also four-room cot
tage on rear of lot. This property la on
Broadway, a corner lot 44x128. The whole
property la at present rented for $1S per
month. Insured for 11.350. Price, 11,500.
Encumbered for 100, 6 per cent. What have
you for the equity? D. 8. Kerr, Council
Bluffs, la. Telephone 417.
Beautiful hand woven rugs made out of
your old carpets. They are reversible and
will last a life time. You run no risk. If
the rugs are not satisfactory or exactly
na represented we refund the money, also
pay for the carpet. Send for free booklet.
'Phone 51. Council Bluffs Carpet Cleaning
and Rug Mfg. Co.. :S4 N. Main.
A reputation for putting out honest work
of unexcelled finish, for building work em
bodying all the latest Improvements, that
haa made the name Van Brunt. A guuran- !
! tee of quality wherever vehicle are shown.
Drop in gc my repository, i- to -n rourin
street, and see for yourself.
The hnest selection of marble gravestones
in southwestern Iowa can be found at
Sheolcy & Lane's m.uble und grauit works.
217 East Broadway, Council Bluffs. Many
different designs und colors. The work Is
donu by experts who have had years of
IpecUl bargains tor this week. Fifteen
lota on the Omaha car line, west of the
car barns, for 190 each on eaay monthly
payment. Abstract and perfect title. This
Is your opportunity to procure a good
bargain. See Wallace Benjamin, room 1.
hirst National Bank building. 1 write tire
Insurance. 'Phone 303.
Six rooms, city water; lot to graue; guud
repair; rents.. Ill; for $1,050. Also five
. uonis. best repair; rent, tl2; for JSOO.
tlousra and lots on monthly paymenta.
Alva Smith, real estate and Insurance,
room T Everett block.
i r I,' T of V,ul, ... .,.!., !
chaed a fine piano from the Houri' lu.
piano house. It U a lieautiful oak ca-- j
of modern colonial aiyle with a very flue
Are you UMli "McAiee'e" roffera? If not
giva a trial order and you will find them
tha acme of blend and-xcellenr. All
.,,4.. from IV, to if- r.H
Nl ! far lauar towHli.lua.
Peter Merkert. a well-to-do farmer of
Miiideti township. wa before the commia
alnnera on Inaanlly yesterday on comul&lm
1 of hla aister-in-law. Mr. Chriatine Merkert.
' li... i... .k. i.Auri. i. .
.". .v w.r
complainant ia the widow of Peter Merk
ert brother, who died about five ycara ago.
After hla brothel' death Piter took up hi
residence at the home of the widow. Fr
aome timu Petar and hla brother's widow
maintained the relation of man a id wife
without bains inarrhd and a on was horn
for which Peter ha made ample provision.
A quarrel followed and Peter and hta a:ter-lU-law
aeparatvU. I'rU-t, whu la atilt will-
lug to make hla im. t-in-hnv hi wife, only
1IOW refuse l) llHCe HllVthlllg In lil
! with 1 1 1 1 ii, it eaid at Ik- hem In, yen-
i t'-rduy. Is Insanely jenloii of the irninun
and. owing to threats he has niiub' nreutlj, 1
she Is In fear of b.-r life. The conimlsslon- marry Mrs. . Anderson, and ultimately the
era iloclili d that the ciisc did not come up- j Indictment will be nuiiahi-il.-1 This arrangr
der their Jurisdiction as Merkert Is appnr- ment was with the approval of County At-
entiy or sounn niinii. nut was one for n
Justice court. Metkert Is a stockholder In
the .Mimlm bank Hnd also has a largo In-
tereat In the canning faiinry there.
RKI'l lil.K AS 4 tl.l.
Date la banged from March l In
Twn Days Later.
At the meeting of the republican city
! central committee last night the dates for
I holding the piimaries and city comentloti
I ere changed. Instead of holding the city
I convention on Murt-h l.'t nnri the m-imuH.-a
on March 10, as previously announced, the
l' "' t primaries to select delegates u.
,h convention will be held Tuesday
March 1:1, a ml the city couven-
tlon on Thursday, March 15. The ward
caucuses to select t-ouncilinanic candidates
will be held Friday evening. March !i.
It was also decided to cull u mass meet
ing of republicans for Monday evening ut
S o'clock in the south court room of the
county court house to name candidates for
the Hoard of Kducatinn and school treas
urer, Instead of holding a nomliiHtlng con
vention. County Attorney J. J. Hess was re
elected chairman of the commHtee. which
is romposed as follows:
First Ward First precinct, 1 1. C. Itrown;
Second precinct. T. tj. Harrison.
Second Ward First precinct. .1. P. Green
shields; Second precinct. J. C. Raker.
Third Ward-First precinct. F. F. Ever
est; Second precinct, J. H. Chisuni.
Fourth Ward First precinct, O. I,. Unas;
Second precinct. Julius Johnson.
Fifth Ward First precinct. F. W. Heed;
Second precinct. T. G. McMullen.
Sixth Ward First precinct. Israel Lovett;
Second precinct, C. A. Hamilton.
S VDF.lt 1IKMHF. PRKKKIT tlFFH V.
ga He Haa No Ambition to Fill the
City Solicitor S. 13. Snyder was not greatly
enthused yesterday over the proposition
that he be the republican mayoralty can
didate. He, felt suspicious that there was
a gentleman of color lurking somewhere in
the woodpile and that it was a deal to get
him out of the race for a renominatlnn for
his present office. His mayoralty boom.
Mr. Snyder said, he suspected had been
started by the friends of one of the men
who are seeking the party nomination for
Mr. Snyder said: "I do not want to be
mayor, even If I could. The position Is one
which I am not ambitious to fill. I have
made no secret of the fact that 1 would like
to receive a renominatlon for city solicitor
and that is the only city office that I would
care to have. I have no aspirations to he
mayor and therefore decline to be consid
ered in any way a candidate for the nomi
nation for that office."
We are going to move March 15. to the
Merriam Block, and In order to reduce
eur stock we are going to give a 'i" pet
cent discount on framing, framed pictures,
wall paper, brushes, etc., for cash only.
Council Bluffs Paint, Oil and Glass com
pany. The Title Guaranty and Trust company,
abstracters of titles. Books date back to
1863. Books are all up to date. Work ac
curately and promptly dene at lowest
prices. Office opposite court bouse, 136 Pearl
street. Council Bluffs, la. 1 '
It is a pleasure to look at the many dif
ferent patterns we have tin our new patent
wall paper design rack. We would like to
have you come in and look at our big line
of samples and let us figure with you. Our
prices are right and work guaranteed. Bor
wlck, 211 South Main. Tel. fifcl.
If you want a fine, up-to-date suit, before
buying drop in to Hicks', 13 Tearl street.
Spring goods Just received. Fancy worsted
suitings, cheviots, gray and blue serges.
Scotch goods, trouserings and black goods
of all descriptions. Fine trimmings and
fine work a specialty. Phone F 63
.Matters In Dtatrlet Court.
The district court Jury In the lo.ouo dam
age suit of John Harder against Chris Rlsse
and others brought In a verdict yesterday
morning after being out since 2 o'clock
Monday afternoon, In favor of the plaintiff
for S2,omi. Tills Is the same amount as that
of the verdict In the former trial of the
suit. Harder claimed damages tor having
his right hand severely cut and crippled in
a right at a dance near Minden. where It
was alleged Risse and his partners per
mitted the sale of beer.
Martha McCann, ns administratrix of the
estate of Floyd F. Mitchell, deceased,
brought suit in the district court yesterday
against the Northwestern Railway com
pany and Arthur Finnegan and M. 8. Hwi
gerl for tlo.000 damages for the death of
Mitchell. Finnegan and 8wlgert are en
gineer and fireman, resectlvcly, of a mail
; .... ,n iiiiukiii.
ran down and killed Mitchell at the Broad-
pe.ni.m .a, is io snow
what relation the administratrix was to
Make up your mind and embrace this op
portuuity. We are giving a winning dis
count of 10 per cent on our entire stock all
ween, i nine cany and get the first pick,
I). . Keller, lei. Red 924. 1ii3 Soulli Main.
You can buy n good, new, well-mnle pi
ano, veneered Inside and out, with Ivoiy
kcs. for $190. on eusy terms, at A. Ilospe
Co.'s, 33 South Main St.. Council Bluffs.
We stand for quality and price. Gilmor's
corn, i cans for 25c: Maryland ltiuulv
toiiiHpjes, three cuns tor 25c: Olson's best
j Hour. $l.i. every sa warranted. John j Gra cs l"j Pearl stri ct, permanently r
I Olson. 739 W. Broadway, tel. Ill ' moves moles, warla und '.suki tluoua hair
..... ... ; 7 ,
more every day by the women who wan:
only the best. Tell your grocer to send yo i i
no other kind.
- . . a :, ,
uiauua ti ci . ii iimm aiuaie company
from iii iw up on laiymen: or u dur.it
and (6 per mouth. Reliable standard makts.
New location, 4u7 Broadway.
Try the Central flour. Every sack wur-
, ranted. $1.25 per aack. Central Urocery ai. I
! Meut Ma' ket' XV
H'way. Tel. ;t.
Geoige Hoagland haa the old reliable i
Atlas Portland cement. Now la the lliui-
to make contract for spring work. Bring j
our (umber bill for estimate. j
Harry Schmidt, photographer. Tour
ruone bank If photo are not the bait on
earth. Engage attting at 4 W. broad
Artistic In every particular.
Fine Colorado farm land, K 11 aci-e.
Improved ranches. !0 to tlV r acre. One
improved ranch, lour nillca from town, $'. j
per acre. A hlg snap. Excursion March .
Mara l 3r. V. C. Ijvig.' in South Main j
rlo Itrlraard ua Halt.
Willluut Nelson, w ho waa Indicted I it
Junuary on complaint of Mr. Hessie And
erson and has been in the county Jail since
the early part uf January, was released
yesterday on lioud furnished hy the
complainant. Nelson was prevented from
carrying out 1,1a promise lo marry lis
Anderson owing to tin- fact thm lir luul
another wife living at lH'ltH. la. Now it
has la-en arrange.! that NcNon i. l t'ting
milt for divorce ami lit!" wife will ned con-
test it This will leave Nelson free to i
II.IIHtl. HI I Ht TK FM IIFMF.Mt
J. F. W Ileus onstrncts tine eeti by
The hanOsumcst floral tribute ever
strut ted ill this city was made eslei-day
1 by J. F. Wilcox on. order from the I own
delegation In congress for the funeral of
I Hon. I. 11. Henderson, former speaker of
the house of representatives. The order
for the emblem was contained In a tele
gram received yesterday morning by Mr.
Wilcox front Senator Allison.
The piece was seven feet high'ijud live
feet In width. Surmounting it was a large
crescent wreath composed of white and
pink roses, lilies of the valley and aspara
gus fern. Inside the wreath was a large
lanel containing an American flag com
posed of red and white carnations, violets
and lilies of tha valley, and a gavel com
posed of Enchantress carnations, the handle
of the gavel being tieil with u bow of liluck
sulin. The basa Of the disign was com
posed of callu lilies, white roses and siuiliix
Mr. Wilcox hlmseir last night conveyed
the emblem to Dubuque.'
nnp Piano nargaln. ,
Parties leaving the city. Left on sale.
Original price SCV). Will gell un easy pay
ments. $1 See at the big piano house.
Schmoller & Mueller Piano company. 503
Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
A new plumbing shop in town. F. A.
Spencer. 15S V est Broadway, is an expert
in his line and Is always glad to ligure
with you on any plumbing or contract
that you may have. His work Is up-to-dttte
All kinds of shoe repairing at Saigont's
Ijpdel shoe shoo. Shoes half soled while
you wait. You save 50 cents and better.
Look for the bear.
The Vienna restaurant aerves excellent
meals and lunches, cooked ti the most
appetizing manner: delicious cofTea with
pure cream. Meal tickets at reduced rates.
Two thousand bushels of potatoes arc to i
many to have on hand nt tills time of t!i"
year. We intend to make them move.
This price will do it: Karly Ohio's at 5'ie
per bushel, for one day only. Burtel v
Miller. Tel. 35.
Heal F.alate Transfer.
These transfers were reported to The Kee
February 2S by the Title Guaranty and
Trust company of Council Bluffs:
Ida E. Emmert and hushitnd to 11. J.
Henrickson, sw' 25-77-3S. w. d I1I.7J0
Heirs of Imvld S. Brown to Clans
Kuhr. nwi4 IH-7K-3S. w. d ll.iioo
E. C. Clnpp to Frederick Berge, se't
S4-77-40, w, d 10.56(1
Juigen Stamp and -wife "to llenrv
Reiner, nw'i awW 3-'S and n'k seU
32-77-40. w. d ;.
John Leytham und wife to John Madi
son, s',4 sw'i M and part se' sd4
27-77-43, w. d " 7 7..1
William Whltnev to Jav S. Edic.
sij awi 28 and nw' 33-75-3M,
w. d -."75
John Madison and wife to Oluf Hondo.
'S '') W-77-i:i, w. d , 5,700
John Michener nnd wifrf.i to F. K.
Wright. nwi nw'i 31 and wH ,
30-77-43. w. d .v 4.150
H. M. Thomas and wife to Eugene
S'Uffell, e' pe'J 2x-TS4:, -.rd 3.4'
F. t Lnngee nnd wife., and -,E. 11.
Lonaee to Swen Rasnuissen. part
lot 2, Auditor's subdlv In' ne'i tie1.
24-75-1". w. d s,
A. D. Mills and wife to Jnhn Barclay,
lot u, vhlock 7'.', Riddle's suiidiv..
w d . . . I ,..-......, imo
Anna Case and husband to Annie Car
michaeU lots r. 1 and 17, block 12. "
Wright's add., w. d Hit)
Horace J. Evans to H. .1. litnert.
Iota 0. 10 and 11, block 2. Railroad
add., w. d ;. (j5
Peter Znwacki and wife to Anna L.
Hueen. Ipts 7. S. !). 1ft, 11, 12 and 13,
McGea's subiliv.. w. d...i !50
W. C. Sievers and wife to J. W.
Wicsc. lots I and 2, block 4. Hinck
ley's add., w. d -,75
J. W. Sunlre and wife to Dartmouth
Savings hank, lota ;n. 21 and 22, block
17. Mill add., q. c. d
Florence A. liaverstnek el al to
Thomas H. James, lota 23 and 21.
block 23. Burns' add., and lot 9,
block 1, Railroad add., q. c.d
Seventeen transfers, lifuil...
Jensen & Nicholson, tha great wallpaper
establishment, have just received large
shipment of domestic and imported wall
paper. Designs tha latest nd most beauti
ful In the city.
Home, aweet home: What makes It
sweet? O. C. Biown's pure und wholesome
home-made candies, angel. food, taffy, soft
and creamy; pea.iut brittle und black wal
nut cream caramels.
Three Western Iowa college students
have tul-.en positions in Council Bluff.?
banks since February 1. New classea next
Monday. Why not eirnll?
I'onie ti us lor your new rung.- or cook
tove. We always show the besi. Prices
io ( $,3. IMddock-Handschv Hdw
8. M. Williamson, bicycle, tewlf.g n.f.
chines, Edison phonographs, lecords. Re
pairing machines and bicycles a apecialty.
Telephone Red 1157. 17 South Main street
j For tine Week
We will deliver and
t up for you Lindsay
Price of burner complete, 75c
Swalue & Mauer, hardware sime. Quick
Meal range, only f 2.40. Ocean Wave
washing machine, ' $i;.aO. ' Every family
should huvo one at this price. SM W.
thy electrolysis. Wi
.ilso give electrical
, facial massage,
Marrlage I ii-runri.
Licenses to Weil were issued csleld;i
Name and Residence. Auh
ooduiniicy, Macedonia, la...
I K. 1'. Young, Macedonia, lu 19
i A V. Hobin.. founcil Klu(Ts M
! Mettle I.. Morn. Council llluffs. '.'ii
feel the exquitite thrill of motherhood with indescribable dread and
tear. Every woman should know that the danger, pain and horror
of child-birth can be entirely avoided by the use of Mother's Friend,
a scientific liniment for external ute only, which toucrhent and renders
ti n. i J
pnaoie an tne part., and
aitts nature in it sublime
work. By its aid thousands
of women hare pnwed thi
great criit in perfect safety
and without pain.. Sold at fi.tjo per
bottle by druggists. Our book of priceless
value to alt women tent free. Address
BHAOnCUf tU9VLATOm VO Atlmmtm. STa.
REV1V1NC PRIMARY BILL
Proposed Measure is Not to Be Applicable to
SENATE PUTS BAN ON SUNDAY SPORTS
Tnaara Hill Making It Illegal
4 barge Admlaalon to Place on
that liny Hill la timed nt
Snnday Itnae Hnll.
irioin :t Staff Cm respondent.)
li: MOiNKS.i Feb. iS.-iSpeilal.l-Tlirte
Is a p'-opnsltlon on foot among n numt-r of
""-(,,. atitiulpal t.-t s of the senate to Introduce
another primary election bill. The bill Is 1
slill In the itn mative stage and Ii Is isis
sible may never la- Introduced, but there is
every likelihood that It will In-. It will be
drawn along the lines of the Saunders pri- ,
inury bill, which was offered as a substi- ;
tute for the Closshy bill and defeated. It
will provide for pilmarles In counties av.d .
for all county oHk.-rs and for districts and
district oftlcers where tlv district is eo-
Xlstent with the county. These provisions
are the wamc us were In the Siundeis bill.
A difference will lie that It will require
legislation at a general election, which ;
would prevent lis going into cffecl this ;
year, the general election this fall Is Ins
necessary in order to give oplMirtunlty for
The senate today got busy and passed a j
number or Important measures. Alter the
hard light 'of two days over the primary'
bill the senators were In a mood to do
business. Almost the Hist bill cal'ed up
was the Garst bill to prohibit Sunday base
hall. Pumluv theaters nnd every other kind i
of an attraction or entci tulnnienl where
admission fee is charged. There w;ts an
amendment offered by Lewis to amend so j
that Chautauqua', which depend on Sun-
day as the big day, could chaige an ad
mission on that day. Senator Saunders nt
once got the I'oor nNid made a p;ieech of
about llfty words that probably killed the
amendment. He staled In brief that the
Chautauqua people, being the leaders in all
good reforms, were tin- last lo claim such a
privilege and exemption, and that the ar
gument was no better thnn that for allow
ing Hie saloon to keep open the back dooi-.
Thu amendment was killed and the bill
passed by So lo 3, those opposing being
Gale. Crawford and Wilson tf Clinton.
Many Hills Passed.
The senate today passed the Harper bill,
requiring laUilng of gasoline cans and ie
strletlng the sale: the mileage appropria
tion bill; the Ericson bill, permitting town
ships to Join with towns located In tliem
In support of public libraries by voting a
niillage tax; the Snuiid.-rs bill, relinquish
ing to the city ot Council Bluffs all light
and tille to "Can" lakif The bill allow
ing limitation and restriction of admittance
to the Inebriate asylum at Knoxville and
giving discretion to district Judges to send
only cases likely of cure to the institution,
vus defeated. There will likely be a move
to reconsider. It Is evident that the in
stitution will soon lie filled and there Is no
provision to stop sentencing inebriates even
though the place Is full. It is apparent
that some authority must exist either to
limit tho udmlttance or lo send to insane
hospitals after the Knoxville plnce is filled.
Senator Taylor has introduced a bill per
mitting the state to take a change of
venue in criminal cases after the defend
ant has taken one change. Hartshorn to
day introduced the bill agreed upon by the
legislative committees of several organiza
tions, changing the drainage law so us lo
take from the railroad commission the au
thority to say where a ditch shall proas, a
The Hughes anti-pass bill has been made
a special order for March 8 at 10 o'clock.
Senator Saunders hopes to get his Inde
terminate sentence low from the committee
the last of next week, after the ' return
from the recess, and expects it will be made
a special order at once.
The senate committee on claims has
recommended for passage the claim or
former Adjutant General M. H. Byeis. for
merly of Glenwood, for $2,5cO lor milking
a collection from the federal government
for the benefit of soldiers In the Philip
Proceeding of House.
The house for the second time t'Mlay gave
a quietus to ihe movement to change the
Iowa constitution so that women could be.
come voters. When the resolution was lost
two weeks ago a motion was tiled for re
consideration, and this had stood upon the
calendar until today, the friends of the
measure evidently waiting for a more
favorable time for exiling up the motion.
Todai' thoy asked for a .vole and the mo
tion to reconsider was lost V to 31. This
ends the matter for this session and the
lobbyists who have been working for the
neasure will ictlre and prepare to attack
the next legislatuic.
A bill was inlroduced In the house today
to iy the contestants In the O'Brien
xiuiily contest case and reimburse them
for ihelr expenses in the matter of muklng
a contest. The bill provides for payment
to Charles Youde. the unsuccessful con
testant, of $370 uud for the payment to G.
R. Whltmcr of Sioux City, Ihe successful
man. of $12.",. The lull came from the com
mittee whii-h had charge of the contest
mailer. Whinner, who got his seat some,
what unexpectedly, has not la-en in attend
ance at the sessions except for a few days
Just after he was given his scat.
The committee lull to establish a slate
reformatory anil to provido for the inde
terminate sentence and a board of pardons,
in accordance with the recommendations of
a committee which considered this niHlter
for some time, was Introduced In the house.
It 1 un clalsirate measurit providing for a
general change ii the penal code of the .
slale and the management of the prisons.
The Weeks bill to establish a state In- '
specloi of liquors and lo require fees for !
inspection and lahiing came up in the
house on siei-lal order, but It "was objected '
lo by the i hairmun of the appropriations !
committee la-cause it carries un appropria- j
lion and the bill Win finally sent lu that ;
Great Us BaM iertdl.
Tha supreme court, the people, has tla- ,
cldrd that Vr. Kinn'a New Olncoveiy win .
uxuiuKt Coughs ami Colda. uOc and fl. For '
ile by Sherman & McCoiinoll Drun Co. I
It the joy of the houtehold, for without
it no happincuean be complete. How
twct th picture of mother and bab,
an?eli tmiie at and cc tmend the
thoughts and aspirations of the mother
bending over the cradle. The ordeal through
which the expectant mother mutt pass, how
ever, it to full of danger and iurTering that
the looks forward to the hour when the shall
In selecting a whiskey three quali
fications should be considered
the age, the purity and theflavor
Possesses these qualifications in a
greater degree than any other whiskey
CHAS. DENNEHY & COMPANY,
I f stift
Far West s
imim aiMMinii1g na iinasr iSt
: I a lr ,71 i v M n'-if
TO Paget Sound California. Butte- Spokim
Country, Portland San Francisco, Helena
From District LosAn.eles.etc. District District.
OmiKw... $25.00 $25.C0 $20 00 $22.50
Lincoln... $25.00 $25.00 $20.00 $22.50
DAILY THROt'GH TOVRIST SLEEPERS to Los Ansis vU
Dever, mlth dgyllght rid" via the Rio Grande Route through Scenic .
Colorado and Salt Lake City, iheno'e the Salt Lake Route; TUES
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DAILY THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPERS to California Tla
Denver, thence the Rio Grande Route through Scenic Colorado and
Salt Lake City; Southern Pacific beyond Ogden. THURSDAYS and
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TWO DAILY TRAINS TO THE NORTHWEST From Omaha
at 4:10 p. m. and at 11:10 p. m. Chair Cars. Dining Cara, Standard
and Tourist Sleepers via Rllllngs, Montana, 10 Htute. Helena, Spok
ane., Seattle, Tacorna. Portland.
Folders and descriptive matter, rates, berths all Information of
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An exquisite production. No skill can
make a soap less harmful or more delicate.
It beautifies the ' complexion, keeps tha
hands soft and white, imparts a constant
bloom of freshness to the skin.
JAMES S. KIRK & COMPANY
TWENTY SECTIONS OF
11 tha grast wkaat aravlno af
They ar fHUXT BtCTIONS-HKI, KCTEO PKRSONAl.Lr-lha kind that will
average V bushels of No. 1 Hard Wheat to the acr. I want to get tenant
farmers producing wheal on thla land at one.
VnilD PUN IJ PC to lnv'"' comes In the buying of tha aactluns at tJf au
lUUll LnAllLC. ,;r. hlrh I contract lo leaaa from you for ten ara
10 Per Cent of the Purchase Price
la tan yeara you get your money back In Ineoina and will ha tha ownei still of
ona of tha richest .4uare milea In tha world, auulpped with houaea. barna,
fences, eic , and all undar plow.
How It Figures
la ten years you lake out,
Von have then A4U (or S20) acrra of land that
will tte worth (940 an acre) 92.iWO . 4I2.HOO
Net ;aln $2A.0tM) Ulii.HOO
Par safety-aut yaur saanay lata land. P r big sraflta-wsll, yau caa't aiMct
da snuek katwr thaa 10 M' Mat Swaraataaa.
All tranaavtiona are mad through tha I'nlon Bank of Canada, which rc
reive purche money, dellvara tha papara and forward rental.
Two parson or biora may unlta to buy ona of theaa actluna. but tlier ar
only 30 of thani. Mv aiperlanca with almllar offr ahow that tha lnv(tmot -pubile
ink of erratic atocka, liaaardoua mining projects, wild rat acheinea and
low Interval bond will tak thaa rholea sectlona, shout aa faat aa i can
xplaln tha proMittljv.
rtAi'K to laud for untainted wralih. .....
E. Warren Stees, Farmer,
Caron, Saskatchewan. Canada
an i a
APRIL 7, 1906.
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