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THE OMAHA DAILY BKK: SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 1H.
N.EWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
Office, 1 reart
, HIIOK MrTlO.
Jlavl sell rng.
Sioekert noil carpets.
Ed Ron!-' Tony Faust beer.
Plumbing and heating, Blxby Son.
I int. Woodbury, dentists. JO Pearl street.
Woodflng-Rchmidt, undertakers. Tel. 1S.
Imported Irish whisky. Jarvis, 2a South
Main. . .
liambnds as an Investment.' ' Talk to
I.aftart about it
School paint, pens, papers and tablets,
vlexander's. 333 B'way.
White Roe and Hlg "A" Flour. Hj6 a
cack at the Glen Ave. Grocery.
for Imported wines, liquor and cham
pagne, L. Rnecnfeld company, nil Main St.
Win Free A glass of pure California
wine free to anyone. Jarvis Co., ZS Main.
If you want n nice spring overcoat call
E. H. Hick. I have, the correct goods.
For exchange, 21-room hotel In good N
lika mwn, V. S. Kerr, Co. biufts, la.
An acre of fruit, with. new. modern
inruse. Tnls v III not lasi long. Cntton
Janice CnH Cream, the beet wrinkle
emdicator on the market, 25c the Jnrt at
lurk Drug Co. i.
If you want your firs Insurance to In
sure have Cutton-Walker Co. writs it in
W hen you nave, your shoes half soled take
lliem to burner! t s. Have them sewed on
n1 save boc. fcargent s Model Shoe Shop.
sWjulre at Anms, money to loan; cusn oo
lind, no delay; city and farm property for
fHit on i'mu'j terms ot pam;ni. ultice, lol
i rl street.
Don't buy wall paper til! you see Eor
rwca, Hi boutn Main, Tel. bsA lies got
wan pMper tnut win just suit you and ma
price is right.
We are paying the highest cash prices
for old Iron ami metalK. Council Bluffs
J unk licuso j Kattieman, proprietor,
vei. too. a B. Main.
Kinney Franklin, colored, was arrested
last, evening, ciutrged with Hssault and bat
tery on a cnioieu lemale companion wlib
whom ne had a quarrel.
Bring your disabled watches to Leffert
He ruui the finest watch suecialist in tne
wfest and can put the most abused watch
in prriect running order.
'l lie Woman's guild of St. Paul's Episcopal
church will meet Monday afternoon at x.JJ
I'TlocK at the residence ot Mrs. j-.mmel
1'lnley, boA Willow avenue. ,
-At Swatne 4k Maurer'e for Quick Meal
sasolino stoves, lit hers may be good, but
i fen wulck. Meal Is the best. We don't give
ill most; we give the best.
l snap for omubody, a 300 Ice wagon
for (Ho. We have utteU It only tour monuis,
is1 practically new. lirldensteln & Smith,
eta I and wood, 14th ave. and Sin at.
i iijiMiiuiiuii ru.l iii'u mi u ii.) ha, A
siving the biggest meal In town. Short
ofders, with pure cream for excellent
i (lice. Try auu you will be delighted.
You can buy a good, new, well made
piano, veneered inside and out, with Ivory
Kf ys, for on easy terms, at A. Hotipe
sp. &1 (South Main St., Council HI lifts, i
iiMuun o uiy coiUwood, )'j a cord;
elibai'M. hicKory, 7; Arkansas antnraclte,
ilw per ton less than hard coal. William
. felsn. 1 Norih Main tit. Telephone lis.
If you want a nice, neat foundation and
one that is durable, use our Cement Hiocks.
vou will never, regTet it, and we will add
uhother satisfied customer to our list,
'uilers.' now Is your cnanc to buy
rushes at 24 per cent discount for cash
ugly. Council Bluff faint, Oil and Glass
c fin pan y are going to move to Merrlam
bnctt on Muicn is,
jPeanut Brittle, Bauer Lemon Drops,
Maple, Peanut Fudge, Pecan Nut Bar,
-sinivnd Nut Bar, English Walnut Bar,
lurlty Candy Kitchen, 540 West B'way.,
f C. Brown. Mgr.-
(rhe. regular monthly business and social
Hireling of the Associated Charities will be
lilld Monday afternoon at i o'clock wt the.
lieme of Mrs. K. C. Smith, 717 First avenue.
'I'tiete will .he st special meeting of the board
f trustees at the sanift, place prior to the
general jneeUng. , ... . ...". .
lit vouwant a: ood meal drou in at the
Vienna restaurant. The flavor of our cof
te Cannot be equaled because we use good
i'tfee and good cream. Our butter la the
lMrt we can get. We know our rolls are
good because we make them ourselves from
i he het hour obtainable.
M. Williamson has received his first
shipment of Tribune and Crescent
Ucyciee snd has already sold several of
ili'iii. It will pay anyone who thinks of
l)il!i a mount this season to see Mr. Wil
liamson's - stock before making his pur
o.hko. 17 South Main St.
' Kverybody's chance to decorate their
li. i. Bee the big stock of wall paper,
i&ou!dmgi. etc., marked down on Bale at
'. H. Heweston, Miiaomc Temple, Cor.
u) way Fourth Sts. On sale March IS,
lJrtuirs and picture framings. Ixcal ar
ilfils Invited tj display their work opening
kRe. W. J. Calf -e. former pater of Broad
r ty MethodiHt chuich, who has been the
biirM of J. F. Wilcox and family, left yes
lentay for Kansas City, stopping en roSjle
h t'lnrlnda to pick up his son, Paul, who
Im been studying at the mllitar) school
at Aurora. 111. Kev. Mr. Calfee has ac
irpted a call to the pastorate of the First
Methodist church ot wioux r ails, B. u ,
fhere he will shortly move with his family
from Kansas City. Rev. Calfe waa com
lielled to leave the evangelistic field owing
in an affection of the throat.
The young woman who was lured from
Iwr home In Btrd. la., by her cousin, C. J.
Wilcox, on - the pretense of securing her
niployment, and who escaped from a house
if III fame In Omaha, where she was placnd
Wilcox, was placed yesterdsy In bt.
Sary a Home for loung women in tnia
tv b her father, who arrived here dur-
ipg the afternoon. The father waa almost
prostrated when he learned the true facta
of the oase. His daughter, who Is a mu
sician of much ability, had been teaching
classes at Coon Rapids and Bagley, as well
as in her own town, and her father was
not aware she had left Coon Rapids until
he received word from the young man's
mother In ' Minneapolis. Young Wilcox Is
i 1U behind the bars of the city Jail dieting
on bread and water.
, TO BUY A
five. Six sr Seven Room House
To novo on Aaotbtr Lot
WLL PAY CACH
Address P, Ba Oiflc.
jO Purl St. Ceoncll Stuffs, Ion.
FARM LAUD AUCTION
SATURDAY, MARCH 17,
At S o'clork p. m., at th east entrance
y of the court house in
(l will sell to the highest and beat
bidder for cash the folio wine three
,In Kane township, lot 3 and 4.
section 4, township 74, range 44, and
accretion about ISO arrea (within
city limit and one mile aouth U. P.
Ia Lewi township, lot 3, aection 21,
township 74, range 44, and accretion;
about 100 acre (7 mile aouth of
Lewi township, vest H. southwest
4. aoctiou 10, township 74. range 44
(One mile aouth of city limit.)
: H. B, THAYER, Trustee
St. Tel. 4
TWO PRKftXFR RRFR U1I 1
III" I HlJlMMYJ UULinll jniLl I
DiscoTery Mads When Boll ii Called at the
Mornintx Assembly. .
TRICK IS TURNED IN AN EASY MANNER
Twi Hmsill Angle Rare Taken fraa
Fltllaas la Cerrlder SefJIre
When Jailer Gallup called the roll at
the county bastlle yesterday morning he
discovered that two of his wards were
missing. Investigation developed the fa?t
that Robert Vrooman and Harry Baker,
who had Nen confined on the second floor,
had succeeded In nisking their escape dur
ing the night. Vrooman and Baker were
awaiting trial on the charge of stealing .
nearly tl.ono worth of brass and vpper
fixings of threshing and other machines
belonging to the Westlnghouse company
and the David Bradley company.
The discovery that the two prisoners
were gone was made when Jailer Gallun
called the roll as he turned the big cylln- j
der yesterday morning to let the prisoner
out of the cells In which they are con
fined at night. Vrooman and Baker bad
occupied a cell together snd when they
failed to answer to roll call Jailer Gallup
at once made an Investigation which sat
isfied him that the two men had not been
locked in the steel cylinder over night.
It Is supposed that the two prisoners
hid themselves in one of the dsrk recesses
of the corridor when Jailer Gallup called
the roll Friday night as he turned the
cylinder for the men to enter their re- j
spectlve cells and remained hidden In the
corridor until after the Jailer had locked j
the outer door and left.
With an- Iron angle bar forming the'
support of a wash basin the two men
succeeded In prying apart two bars r.t
the single partition between them and the
steel door. With another angle bar taken
from the ledge on which meals are placed
the men formed an Improvised wrench,
with which they unscrewed the inside
cover of the lock of the steel door, thus
enabling them to throw the lock and gain ,
access to the corridor at the head of th
stairway. The window of this corridor,
which Is directly above the front entrance
is unprotected by bars and all the men
had to do Was to raise It. Jump to the
ground about ten feet below and make
Since Vrooman and Baker have been In
the county Jail two attempt on the part
of the prisoners to escape have been frus
trated. After the second attempt, which
was made only a few day ago when
Charles Stevenson succeeded in partly saw
ing through a bar on. one of the outer
windows on the third floor. Baker and
Vrooman were transferred to the second
floor. That It was such an easy Job to
unscrew the cover of the lock of the steel
door was a revelation to Jaller Qallun.
Vrooman and Baker are supposed tol
have lost no time in making their way to
Omaha, as the sheriff fore learned they
had been seen there about 11 o'clock res
teTday morning.' . Efforts to , trace them
after that, --however, failed.
' rr sal.
Private barn to be moved, located at 120
S. Sixth street.
Elegant lot on Glen Ave., up t grade.
Beautiful lot on Fifth Ave., near high
Lot in Babbitt Place, up to grade.
Lot in Highland Place, up to grade.
Some new dwellings, modern, beautifully
Insure your house and furniture with m.
Tel. O. Cha. T. Officer, 41 Broadway.
Real Kstate Traasfer.
These transfer were reported to Th Bee
March 10 by th Title Guaranty and Trust
company of Council Bluffs:
E. T. Baker and wife to William Caa-
on, nht nwti 5-7S-41, w. d :...t 4.B6
Margaret Madden to C. O. Davis.
of lot t block 1, Grimes' add, w d. 1.000
Charles H. Busse and wife to D. P.
jtowes, iot i. Block 11, Howard add.,
D. H. Huston and wife to J. A. Camp
bell, lot 43 and 44. block 18, Wright
add., w d
W. 8. PilPe and wlf to Frank M. Pik.
lot 22. block 21, Railroad add., w. d..
Ernest E. Hart and wife to C. P.
Hasty, lot 1. block 15. Wright add.,
Henry W. Voss to Sisters of Mercy of
Council Bluffs, lot , Howe dt Da
mon's suhdlv., w. d
Heirs of Ellen Madden to C. O. Davis.
n lot 2, block t. Grime add., q.
Eight transfer, total...
Th season' style demand jewelry or
namentation. A bracelet Is an absolute
necessity with the coming short sleeve.
The correct girl also want a gold chain
and pendant of some kind to hang around
th neck. Then there are hlrt waist ptns,
. , .. . . f .
net ulna fnllMe mm mtn fth. mil
worn. Leffert ha the best selected stock
In the city.
W are. asking you to try our coffee, be
cause w know you will be aatlafied It'
the gas roasted coffee by Pax ton a Gal
lagher, and you can't find any better fla
vored, fresher coffee any place. W sell
It at from II to 40c lb. W knew If you
try It you will come back. I. Olson, 7W-741
Mr. Victor Durand, recently from Geneva,
8witrland, ha Just taken a position at
Leffert's. He I a workman of superior
Look over your old-time Jewelry. W
are making old ear drops, brooches, cuff
buttons, etc.. Into appropriate shirt waiat
pin. First-class work - guaranteed or
money refunded. Leftert, 4U Broadway.
Don't forget Easter 1 coming and you
want a new suit. Leave your order early
at Hicks', If you want a nice, up-to-date
one. ' 'Phone Red 771.
Licenses to wed were issued yestsrday to
Name and Residence. Age.
Pert E. Clayton. Omaha
Sadie E. Case. Crawford County, Neb..
Louis L. Adam. Council Bluffs
Alice I. Scott, Council Bluffs
CeBBsaerelal flab raassalttee.
C. W. McDonald, the newly elected presW
dent of the Commercial club, yesterday
re-appointed the transportation committee,
adding W. C. Children to It. Thl commit
tee, which I considered on of, If not th
moat Important committee of the club, la
composed a follows: F. H. Kekes, chsir
man; E. H. Merrlam. Lucaa Wells. WUliara
Groaeweg, F. II. HllL C. H. Chiasm. H.
D Harle. W. I. Smith, R. II. Bloomer,
C T. Peavey. W. C. Children.
President McDonald alao appointed a new
entertainment committee aa followi; II.
W. Town, chairman: E. W. Hart. WtUUin
Coppock. II. Z. Haas, Joe Smith. Ttuinin
Green. Frank Rlcker. ...
At meeting of the executive cor.i-
mlttee yesterday afternoon Fred R. Davis
j was elected chsirman. At the annual
I meeting last Wednesday night II. W. Pln
I der, the retiring president, was named ts
chairman of the executive committee, but
this wss out of order, the selection of Its
belonging b, right to the com-
, mnA , the nt rmv directors.
Vp to yesterday Secretary Reed had re
ceived 19 acceptances to the banquet of
the flub to be held next Wednesday night.
As the accommodation Is limited to 200
Secretary Reed desires all who recelve-l
cards and desire attending the banquet to
send In their acceptances without furthe
detay, as the late ones will have to be
ALL X1 SCll.ME 11ESOMIX ATKD
Ieaseeratl Ward Primaries Present
First Wsrd Oscar Younkermsn.
Second Wsrd Thomas Maloney.
Third Wsrd Matthew H. Tlnley.
Fourth Ward John P. Weaver.
Fifth Wsrd James McMlllen.
8lxth Ward Charlea M. Crippen.
As will be seen by the above, the six
democratic ward councilmen were given
renomlnatlons at the ward primaries last
night. All of the j-enomlnatlone were by
rrlamiHnn there not hetn contest In
. , fh. ... ... Th. nrtniarles
were cut and dried affairs, although con
sidering the inclemency of the weather the
attendance in most of the wards was
There hsd been some talk of contests,
ikhIiIIv In the Third. Vourth and Sixth
w,rdB but th wr declared off In
,,.,,.. to M.vor Mscrae. who let It
be known that if he was to head the
party ticket he wished to see all of the
democratic councilmen renominated with
A. G. Gilbert, the democratic councilman
at large, has announced that he will not
accept a renomlnatlon, as his increased
business interests will prevent him devot
ing any time to the duties of a city father.
Mayor Macrae, however, It Is understood,
Is desirous that Gilbert be renominated,
and it Is possible that Gilbert may accede
to the wishes of the mayor.
Our facilities are unexcelled for doing all
kinds of carpet work. We will take up
your carpet, clean it, refit it to another
room and lay it. Prices very' moderate.
'Phone MS. Our man will call and give
you an estimate. Satisfaction guaranteed;
try us. The Council Bluffs Carpet Clean
ing Rug Mfg. Co.
W are going to move March IS, to th
Merrlam Block, and in order to reduce
our stock we are going to give a 26 per
cnt discount on frsmlng, framed pictures.
wall paper, brushes, etc., for cash only.
Council Bluffs Faint. Oil and Glass com
Pny. j A reputation of putting out honest work
j of unexcelled finish, for building work em
bodying all the latest Improvement
have mad the name "Van Brunt" a
I guarantee of quality wherever vehicle are
shown. Drop In t my repository, 11 to
l 20 Fourth Street, and ee for yourselves.
Broken dishes are not pleasant to look
att Fill up your old sets, or call and see
our extensive line ot English dlnnerware
pattern. The latest thing in English
breakfast set now on display In our win
dow. W. A. Maurer.
At the Broadway Methodist church ther
will be preaching services at 10:80 a. vn. J
and 7:30 p. m. In th morning the pastor.
Rev. James O'May, will take a the topic
for hi sermon, "Wage for th Workers."
In the- evening his subject will be "Among
the Sons of Ham" and the sermon will
be Illustrated with atereoptlcon views.
Sunday school will be at noon and Epworth
league meeting at :3U p. m.
There will be preaching service at 10; JO
a. m. and T:X0 p. m. at the First Presby
terian church. In the morning the pastor,
Rev. Marcus P. McClure, will take a th
subject of hi sermon - "Prophetiam and
God' People" and In the evening "Th
Third Word from the Cross." Sunday school
at noon. Young people' service at 0 SO.
Ta the absence of the pastor. Rev. Harvey
Hosteller, Rer. Henry W. Ijynpe of the
Omaha Theological seminary will preach
at the Second Presbyterian church this
morning at 10:30. There will be no evening
service. Sunday school at noon.
First Congregational church. Rev. Otter
beln O. Smith, D. D., pastor. Service at
10:10 and 7:10. Sunday chool at noon,
Prayer meeting at 7:46 Wednesday even
ing. Morning subject, "Why Jesus Spoke
With Authority;" evening subject, "Mind
Your Own Business." Special music morn
Irtg and evening. '
Th Second Church of Christ, Scientist
will hold service thl morning at 10:45 In
Modern Woodmen hall In the Merrlam
block, when the subject will be "Matter."
Sunday school at 11:46. Wednesday evening
testimony meeting at 7:46 o'clock.
A feature of the evening service at the
First Christian church will be the singing
by Miss Vsn Brunt of "The Holy City,"
illustrated with stereoptlcon pictures. At
. It m Ik, T3 a.. W XI r1 . .
1 ,' ' K ' n. , J. 1
i will preach on "The Guild of Gideon aiu
. . v.an M T'K . a r o ,
Cltisenahip." Sunday school at :46. Loyalty
Endeavor society at 4 p. m. Young Peo
ple Christian Endeavor at i:0 p. m.
At St. Paul' Episcopal church there will
be holy communion at I a. in., morning
prayer and sermon at 10: o'clock, 8un
day school and Bible class at noon, clos
ing lecture on confirmation at 4 p. m
evening prayer and sermon at 7:) o'clock
At the morning service the rector, Rer.
H. W. Starr, will take a th subject of
bis address "The I'se ot Written Prayer
In Public Worship" and at th evening
service the theme of his sermon will be
"The Origin and Meaning of Christian
Baptism." The lite of adult baptism will
' be administered at the evening service.
Thore will be preaching services at St
John' English Lutheran church at 11 a
m. and T:tO p. m. In the morning the pas.
tor. Rev. G. W. Snyder, will preach on
"That Which Saves," and In the evening
his subject will be "A Cry for Help." Sun
day school will be at 1:4 a. m. and the
young people' meel.ng at 1 p. m.
Rev. G. W. Snyder will preach at the
I'nloa Christian church, Broadway and
Thirty-fifth street, this afternoon at 2
Canon Davidson of St. Mathias' church
Omaha, will (peak this afternoon at
o'clock t All Saint' mission. Third ave
nu and South Eighteenth street. Sundsy
school will be at I p. m. Service will be
held at th mission every Sunday after
noon during Lent.
The Woman Christian Temperance
anion will have charge of th ervice thl
moralng at th Fifth Avenue Methodist
church. Mis Mary Denny will deliver an
address, while Miss Etta Balrd will give
a reading and Mis McConnetl sing a tern
First Church of Christ, Scientist, will
bold service at 11 o'clock In Temple Etn
manuel, on North Seventh atreet, when the
subject will be "Matter." Sunday school
will be at 11:11 p. m. Service will also be
held at M p. m. The regular midweek
testimony meeting will be held Wednesday
evening at 1 o'clock.
At the Swedish Lutherau cliurvh Rev
B. N. QUm, pastor, there will be services
at V):0 a, m. and 7:30 P
will be at noon.
m. Sunday school
Far a Qalca Sal.
I will offer the five-roomed house and lot
t 3(145 Avenue A for one week at IXSfl. New
house; city water. Easy terms. No bet
ter Investment In Council Bluffs. Make a
fine home. Wallace Benjamin, Room 1.
First National bank. I write fire Insur
ance. OTIce 'phone, 3; residence 'phone,
Clifton-Walker Co. have recently closed
the sale of a number of properties, which
reduces their lltt. They have a large
number at other clients who wish to Invest.
Perhaps ycur property Is Just what they
want. Better place It with them for quick
The finest selection ol msrble gravestones
In southwestern Iowa can be found at
Sheelcy A Lane's marble and granite
works, 217 F.ast Broadway, Council Bluffs.
Many different designs and colors. The
work la done by experts who have had
year of training.
Centrally located bakery, first class order
and fixtures; cash trade; .10.
Two-chair barber shop, good fixtures,
good location, cheap rent; a bargain; see
me. Alva Smith, real estate, Insurance, ex
changes. Room T Kverett block.
lass Plnao rtargrala.
Partle leaving the city. Left on ale.
Original price 1X9. Will sell on easy psy
ments, Sen at the big piano house,
Schmoller A- Mueller Piano company, SrC
Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
Jensen A Nicholson, the great wallpaper
establishment, have just received a large
shipment of domestic and Imported wall
paper. Designs the latest and most beau
tiful In the city.
Orerroat Thief Canaht.
R. L. McBrlde. who says lie! is a barber
from Lincoln, Neb'., was arrested by he
police lsst night. He is chsrged with
breaking Into Fred Dingle's barber shop
in the Revere house last Wednesday night
and stealing fourteen razors a nd other
tonsorial tools. McBrlde is also said to '
be wanted In Omaha for the theft of a.i !
overcoat from the Vienna hotel and three i
overcoat from the Her Grand hotel. Ike
Schlank's overcoat, which McBrlde ts said
to have stolen from the Vienna hotel,
was recovered by the police In this city.
Th Till Guaranty ano. Trust company,
abstracter of title. Books date back to
IsSJ. Book all up to date. Work ac-
.irately and promptly done at lowest
prices. Office opposite court house, IX Pearl
treet. Council Bluffs, la.
Geo. A. Hnagland ha Just received a ear
load of th famous A ma ion Rubber roofing.
and will make you very attractive prices on
arge or small quantities. Now is the time
to get your roofs in shape before the heavy
A new plumbing shop in town. F. A.
Spencer, 161 West Broadway, Is an expert
In his line and Is always glad to figure
with you on any plumbing 'or contract
that ou may have. Hi work is up-to-date
and guaranteed. 1
Mothers, do not use all your strength In
carrying your baby around, when com
fortable folding and reclining go-carts can
be had at our special sale for 16.71 and up.
Ktller-Farnsworth Fur. Co. - ,
Swanson Music Co.. New 'Location 40T
Broadway We sefl pianos In our regular
businesslike way. No new schemes; no
certificate. Piano right, goods reliable.
Terms from tt to tie per month.
"McAtee for good things to eat." Beat
gooda, best prices, fairest prices; prompt
and careful delivery; and If you want th
best bakery goods served on your table,
we bake them.
Maaree ta Help Y. M. V. A.
W. A. Ms gee, stat secretary of 4ha
Young Men' Christian association, will be
in Council Bluffs today and remain over
Monday In order to lend his assistance
In the p orations for the mass meeting
to be in. n-xt Sunday afternoon. Mr.
Magee will confer with the members of
the general oommittee having In charge
the Young Men's Christian association
projeet at th Grand hotel thi morning.
I Can Cure Cancer
At Home, Without Pain, Plaster or
Operation, and I Tell Vou
I Have Pravea t aaeer its be Cared at
Haas. Na Pala, Ka Plaster,
Me Kalfe Dr. Wells.
I have discovered a new and seemingly
unfailable cure for the deadly cancer. 1
have made some most astonishing cures. I
believe every person with cancer should
know, of this marvelous medicine and Its
wonderful cure and I will be glad to give
full information free to all who write and
tell me about their case.
Peter Keagan, Galeeburg, III., had cancer
ot 'the mouth and throat. Doctors said
"no hope." Mr. Keagan wrote: "It la
only a question of a short time I must
die." Today hla cancer Is healed up and he
I well. My marvelous radiatlzed fluid did
It. It haa othei Just such cures to its
credit. It is saving people every day and
restoring them to health and strength. If
you have cancer or any lump or sore that
you beMve Is cancer, write today and learn
how others havs been cured quickly and
safely, and at very email expense. No mat
ter what your condition msy be. do not
hesitate to write and tell tne about It. I
will answer our letter primptly, giving
you. absolutely free,, full information and
proof of many remarkable cures. Address,
Dr. Rupert Wells, U Uranll Bldg .
Leu is, M-.
Mr. Msgee will also attend a meeting
of the general committee to be held Mon
day afternoon at t o'clork In the rooms
of the Commercial club, when It Is hoped
every member of the committee will be
present. The rehearsal of the big chorus
choir for the mass meeting will be he'd
this afternoon at I o'clock ot. the First
If you prefer quality to quantity and ab
solute satisfaction to yourself, get
Schmidt's photos. Always guaranteed to
please. Plmne S57. log Broadway.
St. Patrlea'a las.
Saturday. March 17. Is St. Patrick's day.
We have the genuine shamrock, grown
from Imported seed. Wear a real shamrock
boutonnlere and take a plant home and
watch It grow. Wilcox. Florist.
Fine Colorado farm land, 43 per acre.
Improved ranches. tlO to IX per acre. One
Improved ranch, four miles from town, W
per acre. A big snsp. Excursion March
. Fare, 110.2". F. C. Lougee, 1!4 South
Organs at 110, 115. t-V. 123, ttfl. etc. Too
many taken in trade on pianos. We need
the room. Bourlclus Piano House, where
the organ stands upon the building.
Falling hair, dandruff and Itching scalp
speedily cured. Call or write L. A. Graves,
1 Pearl street.
You have noticed special sales on Mr.
Potts' Irons advertised So and Wc per set.
Our regular price for the past twelve
months ha been TVi per set. Remember
our price, 7Sc per set. Psddock-Handschy
We now have an entire new spring stock !
carpets, rugs, ollclpth, linoleum, window
shsdes and lace curtains. Come In and In
spect It. D. W. Keller. 108 South Main St.
Telephone Red 924.
-Shorthand and bookkeeping position are
easily secured If you are well qualified. We
do that. New classes this week. Western
Good bread can't be mad except from
good (lour. Use "Big A" flour and your
bread will always be good. Your grocer
sells it or should.
K. Y. Plumbing Co. T.. tot). Night L CM.
PAST WEEK IK BLI FKM MOCIRTY
I.entea Dallnea Pervade All Tklagi
la the Soelal World.
Mr. J. Starrier is visiting his parents In
Miss KM nor Brown has gone to St. Paul
for a visit.
Miss Laura Price left Tuesdav for a visit
in Stella. Ia.
Mr. J. Havwnod Is lakina- a trio thraueii
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cooper are sojourn
ing at Rxcelslor Springs, Mo.
Miss Joy Butler hss returned from a visit
with her parents at Woodbine. la
Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hostetler left
Tuesday for Sylvan Springs, Ark.
Miss Mabel Cook is visiting with Mr. snd
Mrs. Georgo H. Miller of Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs; Cal Shafcr of Carson are
guest of Mrs. Shafer' -father, Mr. W. J.
Mrs. A. T. Flickenger has as her guest
her mother, Mrs. S. T. Spangler of Au
Mr. and MY. Hsnry C. Deetkln left
Wednesday for Seattle, where they will
make their home.
Mr. H. L. Duquette of Chicago is visit
ing his brother, Mr. E. L. Duquette, 107
Mr. A. A. Hart. 215 Eleventh avenue,
ha a her guest her mother, Mr. Dry
den of Quick, la.
Mr. and Mr. H. D. Atkln of Wlntert,
la., are the guest of their daughter, Mrs.
Koscoa H. Lemen.
Mr. E. A. Klrkpattick of Nehawka. Neb.,
Is visiting at the home of his hrother-in-Ihw,
Mr. W. B. Reed.
Mr. Anson Hlgby of Kansas City I here
on a short -visit with his sister. Mrs. M. A.
MeUger. 102 South Ninth street.
Miss Dora Sewing has returned to her
home at Dunmee after a visit of several
months with friends In this city.
Mrs. Thomas Hanlon and Miss Hsnlon
of Mason City are the guests of Mr. and
Mr. W. F. Price of First venu.
Mrs. O. G. Oldham left Tuesday evening
ror 1'ittsourg, Has., Oklahoma city and
other southern points for a few weeks'
visit with relatives and friends.
The Economical Card club met yesterday
at the home of Mrs. Frank Hitchcock on
W ashington avenue. A dainty luncheon
Miss Josephine Hoag and Mias Jennie
Hummer of Beatrice, Neb., are visiting Miss
Hoag s parent, Mr. and Mr. U. N. Hoag,
SJ00 Second avenue
The Economical Card club waa enter
tained vesterdsy afternoon at the home of
Mra. Frank Hitchcock on Washington
avenue. Dainty refreshments were served.
Mia Effl Tinnell end Mr. George Miller
were united in marriage Thursday after
noon at the home of the bride, Twenty
fourth street and Avenue B. Rev. A. Over
Mr. M. F. Rohrer entertained at dinner
at the O-naha Country club last Thureday
for Mrs. Travis of Middlefleld, O. Cover
were laid for Mr. Dr. Jennings. Mrs.
Robert Thelnhsrdt, Mrs. Travis and Mr.
Mr. Charles H. Bradley, 722 Willow ave
nue, entertained informally last evening in
honor et Mr. and Mrs. Travis of Middle
field, O. The guest were all former
friend of Mr. and Mr. Travis. Luncheon
Miss Georgia Mitchell was hostess to the
Klatter klub Friday afternoon. The head
prize was won by Miss Joe Blxby, the sec
ond by Mrs Henry Culler snd the guost
prise was awarded Mrs. Fred l&nipkie. A
daintily appointed luncheon was served.
Mrs. Gale Hamilton entertained about
thirty guests at a 1 o'clock luncheon
Thursday afternoon at her home, 141 Ave
nue K. A yellow cnlor scheme wa car
ried out In the decorations and the lunch
eon. Mrs. Hamilton was assisted by Mrs.
Frank Clark and Mrs. F. J. Schnorr.
Last Tuesday evening the following
young people enjoyed bog party at the
Burwood: Misses Nelly Msyne, Elisabeth
Crane, Velina Peck. Gertrude Reed. Mar
garet Metcalf. Sara Besely and Messrs.
Roland Otis, Jean Cleaver. George Camp,'
Mvron Van Brunt, Wlnneld Mayne and
Mra. Don Macrae Fifth avenue, en
tertained the Tuesday Kuchre club Wednes
day afternoon. The rooms were tastefully
decorated In tulips. The club prise waa
won by Mrs. F.d Schorntgen. Dainty re
freshments were served. Mra. Ed Schoent
gen will be the hostess on next Wednes
In honor of Mr. and Mr. ,W. A. Travis
of Middlefleld. O., Mr. snd Mrs. W. 11.
Dudley. 6i4 Houth Sixth street, entertained
at dinner Monday evening. A handaomely
appointed six-course dinner wa aerved.
Covers were laid for twenty-four. Later
In the evening cards were played and
prixea were awarded Mra. Atkins and Dr.
John Bchlcketanc gave a doll party
yesterday afternoon for her little daugh
ter Irene at her home, 221 Avenue E. The
little guests were amused with varioua
gamea during the afternoon. A dainty
luncheon was served. Those present were:
Irene gchirketani, Lorene Ellis. Mary Ellis.
Lillie Peterson. Maris Sterling. 1.1 lite
Sterling. Margaret Uroneweg, Esther Gro.
neweg, Bessie Qulnn. Irene Wallace, Mil
dred Fleming. Iis Smith, Beaulah Clark,
tiladye Maloney, Margaret Maloney, Har
riet Arnold. Hilda Anderson, Roxa Peavey
and Agnes Exlgar.
Messrs. Walter snd Howard Orote of
Thomaa avenue entertained a number of
their young frle.ids Thursday evening. The
evening was delightfully spent at games
and music. A course luncheon was served.
Those present were: Mrs. Eva Looney.
Net Martin. Marie Engalshy, Syble Wltsl
ran. Florence Tucker, Hilda Vogeler, Delia
Bartel, Ltlble Smith Nrta Elleson. Myrtle
Bock. Bessie Welter. John Christensen,
Walter Orote, Harvey Haas. William Heid
ler, Arthur Bartlet. Oscar Haas. Rajn
Peterson. Walter Peterson. Howard Rlvett,
George broad man and Howard Urote.
Uaaabllae; la Issa.
SlOl'X CITY, Ia., March 10-Mayor W.
G. Sear waa renominated without oppo
sition at the democratic primaries this af
ternoon. He Is an avowed champion of li
censed gambling as at present conducted,
and this will be the sole Issue, the repub
lican candidate, P. A. Sawyer, having; fce
guu a Cfcmpolgn of opposition.
Pll? MtTC It'll 1 1T 1FP1 '
DILL iH.AlVLj IULLLmi LUlHL, !
Iowa Legislator Would Take Life ofHope
leisl Sick and Imbeciles.
SUNDAY BALL LIKELY TO BE PROHIBITED
tatl-Feot Ball Bill le lost la the
lease mm m Tie Vte After (
slderable tioeri Xataretl
and Hamaron Dehate.
. (From a Stsff Correspondent.!
1)K8 MOINFS. March 10.-RpecUl.)-K. p
reaentatlrc Buckingham has a bill which,
under certain circumstances, permits the
tsking of human life, and which, the min
ute the fact that It has been introduced
becomes known over the state. I sure to
provoke hostility. The bill In bilcf pro
vide that where a person over in years
of age Is of sound mind but suffering ex
treme physical pain and whose dentil i
believed to he Inevitable, shall summon a
repute ble physician and express a desire
to have his life snd misery terminated, the
physician shall call In two other reputable
physicians. If these lielteve It Impossible
to save the person' life they shall all
notify the relatives and next of kin and
the coroner. If the next of kin. guardian
or next friend shall consent In writing
the physician shall administer an anes
thetic till life is extinct and the coroner
shall certifyto the death. A verillcd copy
of the proceedings, with sffldavits and the
written statement of the next of kin, guar
dian or next friend, shall be filed with the
county clerk by the coroner. Provision Is
made for taking the life of persons under
10 years or of unsound mind, at the re
quest of the relatives or next of kin in
the same manner and also of infants less
than 1 year old where the infant Is destined
to be an Imbecile or helplessly or hideously
deformed all Its life. Provision Is mado
that physician, relatives or others who
conspire to take a person's life not In god
faith, believing that uch grounds exist,
shall be deemed guilty of murder In the
flrst degree. The bill was Introduced in
the house this afternoon.
Paaa Bill te Halet Titles.
The senate this morning psssed a bill
which hu been offered at nearly every ses
sion for years. It provides that all tides
to all property where deeds were Issued
prior to IWe. which deeds were signed by
but the husband and wife, shall by opera
tion of the law become clear and the title
vested In the owner unless the surviving
Spouse files claims within the next two
yers. The bill ha some other provisions
as to mortgages, hut the main purpose Is
The senate today passed a bill providing
for th drainage of lead and lnc mines;
the Hayward bill providing that assess
ments for city Improvements htl become
due on the dale of the levying of said as.
Senator Saunders .tpday. Introduced bill
eiemptlng the accumulation and reserve
funds of fraternal societies from taxation.
The bill by some la considered a bid for
the fraternal societies of Nebraska which
have lately gone through litigation over
the taxation of their accumulations and
The Judiciary committee of the senate
has reported for Indefinite postponement
the hill providing that decrees of divorce
ran be granted only after a year has
elapsed from the hearing of the case.
The Judiciary committee of the senate
ha -Introduced a substitute for the child
labor bill which has passed the house. The
senate bill makes no change except to cut
out a considerable amount of red tape as
to reports by manufacturer to the state
labor commissioner. ,
Senator Harper today introduced the mili
tary bill increasing the appropriation to
1100,0)0 and making a number of changes.
. Isslsy Base Mall Eadanarered.
The life of the Wetern League base ball
team' of thl city I In grave danger. A
bill wa Introduced by Garst In the senate
prohibiting everything on Sunday for which
an admission Is charged. It was reported
from the committee the same day and
the next day passed the senate. Then the
base ball people heard of It and "got busy."
The bill ws recalled through the efforts
of Senator Dowell of Polk snd sent back
to the Judiciary committee. When the
committee took tt up for consideration It
was discovered that the majority of the
committee wa In favor of reporting it for
passag Just a .It paased the first time.
Th friend of Sunday baa oall by good
luck and hard work got a compromise by
which It went to a subcommittee consisting
ef Courtrlght, Bruce nd Whipple. These
re now determined to report it back for
passsg In it first form. Courtrlght Is the
author of on bill which prohibit Sunday
base ball alone and Is pledged to it sup
port. It I understood that the ministers
II over the state are sending hundreds of
letter to th legislator aaklng for the
repaasage of the bill, and this Is having
a strong Influence. Members of the sub
committee have prepared a report favor
able to the bill, but htive strengthened It
by including Decoration Day a a day on
which base hall cannot be played.
Hease Aaralnst Foot Ball.
In the absence of more serious mailer for
consideration, the house today spent some
time considering the foot ball bill. This
masure prohibits the playing of foot bail
by pupils In the public schools, and offered
suspension for thirty days a punishment.
Th author. Dr. Daelilrll of Warren county,
explained at length the necessity fur giv
ing protection to the boys In the public
school from thl brutal game. Mr. Mc
Allister was for the bill, but suggested
that the punishment might Just suit a good
many bos. A number of amendment were
then offered, a follow: By Hambletun, to
strike out all of th section fixing suspen
sion aa a punishment; by McAllister, sub
stituting a fine of from 16 to tit for the
punishment in the bill; by Bealer, to make
the bill only apply to the State unlvers.ty
and th Stat colleg, and not to public
soriool at all', by Flennlken, to add In ad
dition to foot ball a forbidden gamea, base
ball and marbles; by ("rose, to add basket
ball to the prohibited games; by Mattes, to
place the enforcement in the hands of the
city superintendent Instead of the school
boaid; by Greene, to strike out "public,"
so that it would apply to parochial schools
ss well. Each and every amendment was
voted down, and on the final vote there
were forty for the bill and an equal num
ber against, so that th bill lacked one of
having enough for passage.
Itaselatlea Deferred Aatala,
A usual, Mr. Lundt called up the Gillil
land resolution In the house and skd for
consideration, but It waa explained that
not many were present and on motion of
Tempi It wa made a special order for
next Tuesday morning.
The house passed the bill grsnting to the
city of Council Bluffs all right to Carr lake
near that place.
Carrell Waaaaa Misses Masbaad.
Mrs. Harry Cuthbrrt of Carroll. Ia., haa
applied to th police of thl city to assist
her in the search for her husband, who haa
been mlasing for over a week. She waa
furnished lodging In ths matron's room at
the police atatlon last night for herself and
three email chitdrrn.
Harper ol (aaaldale.
Senator S. H. Harper said today that so
far as he knfv at Ibis tint h would not
r,rt,'',' '" congress In the Sixth
dlsttlct sgalr.M Ccncrcsmsn Lscey. The
deI-tlon from Hint district thst came r
secure the conwnt of Auditor of State B.
F. Carroll switi h"d to Hurprr when Carrell
refused to run. Harper has snnther term In
the senate according to custom, and saya
he Intends to return. Nste Kendall of Al-1-la
Is being talked of.
FL1 Kn IRISHKH lTO FHKIQRT
RarllaataN W est ho ad Tret a I'lewa
CRF.STON. la., March 10. - (Special.)
The Chli-sgo-Onialia flyer. No. S. on th
Burlipgion. this mon-.lng plowed throurh,
the caboose of the esstbotmd way freight
st Balfour, the new station short dis
tance this side of Otenwnod. smashing th
car to srl'nters. Mrs. Eva Pronson. mh
was on her w:iy to Glcnwood from Shensn
donh. received f;l Injuries to the spin,
from which she died shortly afterward.
Brakemnn Johnson, the only other Occu
pant of the car. also received severe Inju
ries, from which It Is feared he will Suo
cumb. The body of Mrs. Bri .ion wa
taken to Glenwnod. Johnson was brought
here, where lie Is receiving treatment. The
collision occurred about 7 o'clock. The pas
sengers on the passenaer were badly
shnken up. "cut fortunately none wss s-
rlously hurt. ,
IOWA PHUOXKR MAKK KMAFH
Joan Hllei- nlaa Hole la Meaeaa
I nistr Jail aad Get Away.
ON AW A. Is.. March lo.-(peelel.
John Riley, who received such an extensive
write-up' lit the Sioux City papers for att
attempted suicide there a short time agii
and was arrested' and brought to Onaa-
charged with Urceny, escaped from the
Monona county Jail by digging- his way
through the wall of the Jail; he brick
were removed without trouble, apparently,
and Riley made his escape without giving
an alarm. On account of hi wound ami
In order to make him comfortable he was
allowed to occupy the front corridor ef th
Jail and was not locked ia hi cell at
night. He repaid this kindness by making
a getaway. Twenty dollars I offered for
hi arrest: age 4S, weight 1 pounds,' sit
feet tall, fair hair, gray; car on neck, not
heled; brown cap and coat, no vet. Th
sheriff wants his address badly.
lovra Man Fatally Baraed.
MARION. Ia., March . 1. (Special.) -.
Ellas Mitchell, a man about 60 years of
age, living alone In thl city, waa found
dead in his home this morning. A Are
had started In the house and burned a
stand and some o'her furniture and then
had apparently died mt without setting
fire to the building. But Mr. Mitchell hoVl
fallen Into the Are and been fatally
RarlluatoM Mayor Resasilsstti.
BCKLINOTON. la., March 10. Mayor J.
S. Castor tonight was nominated for re-'
election by ecclamatlon by the republicans
after an exciting campaign. '
lovra erts Hoki,
LOGAN Dr. A White, who lias owned'
the l'sik hotel at I.otrsn for a year'
past, has sold It to Rev. R. J. Colborn.
who ts now taking possession and improv--tug
the premises. Dr. White Is compelled,
to aive up business on account flf falling,
SHENANDOAH Tonight and thl fter
noon was held the reception by the Sentinel-Post
newspaper In honor of their new.
office home which they moved Intp a
few week ago. The building I owned by.
C. N. Mirvin. president nd principal,
stockholder of the company, and It waa es
pecially built for newspaper office put
poses. It Is 4.1x100 feet, one story and
used exclusively for th newspaper and
Job printing business. Its cost wa over
1 10,01 A
SHENANDOAH The Swanson Manufac
turing comr"' of thl city ha arranged
to ship n trainloHii of its product the Fly
ing Swede one and two-row cultivator v
the train to consist of twenty to twenty-,
five csrs. to Ksnsss City, leaving Shenan
doah Friday. March 16. The train will
tnke two days to make the trip, stops be
ing made at all the different town on the
way to Klve the msnaKr of the train
time to do advertising. The train' engine
will lie provided with a stren whistle.
SHENANDOAH An exceedingly warm
city election for Shenandoah Is promised
two weeks from next Monday, when there
Is sn alderman to elect from each of the
three wards In the city. Two candidates
have been announced In each ward and the
tight promises to tie an unusually iniereei
ing one. During the last year or two Shen
andoah has none a greai oesi ui tuy im
proving, including the putting In of nearly
a mile of brick paving, a lot of new sewer
snd a grent deal of curbing and parking.
Exceptions have been taken to the ex
penditure of so much money In thl dlrec
tion and this is the basis largely for the
election contest really between the stand
patters and the progressives.
Withwut Knife or Instrument
Sample Package Free The W Can
Prove It ta Yoa.
"Every morning, for over ) year. I
never went to the toilet without fear and
trembling, and I never left it without
having suffered agonising tortures. . Many
days 1 did not. dare go at all, so much did
I dread the terrible ordeal."
These are the exact word of a 'sufferer
from pile and we hear the aam thing
almost every day. It voices the sentiment
of hundreds of thousands of other In thl
country today, for it 1 estimated that of
every ten person we meet In church, the
street, or the theater, seven are affected
with plies. .
Martyrs and needless martyrs, too. for
since the discovery of the marvelous Pyv
amid Pile Cure no one need suffer one
monient longer. There I now no excuse
for having piles and tf you continue to suf
fer from them you do not deserve a par
ticle of sympathy, conaiderlng th chance
we give you to prove It to our own satis
faction wholly free -of cost to you.
Here is a typical case: Mr. Benjamin
Shaw, postmaster of Bland, New Mexloo.
He had suffered from aggravated pile for
years, snd was upon th eve of a serious
surgical oneratlcn. believing that ' he hsd
resrhed the limit, snd that th op ratio a
offered the onlv possible means of relief
and cure. Lai u quote hi own word In
hi letter of Oct. U. 106: "I waa In great
agony of mind and body. In the meantime.'
a gentleman told me of Lhe virtue of your
pyramid remedy. I fortunately found it
at a drug store, and by the next morning
I did not feel thst an operation waa nec
essary and In three days I was able to
return home, and a complete cure wa c
comptished to my 4treat stliriti-tion and
the surprise of the phvslclsn,"
Bend today to the Pyrsmld Drug Com
.anv. 1 Pyramid Building. Marshall.
Mich., and set a semola psckxee by return
msil ar.d then go to your druarlst and get
a bcx, the price of alik-h is sO cents, and
get well without pin, trouble r cutting.'