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THE OMAHA DAILY ' BKE: THUKSDAY, MARCH 15, l'KWi.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
Sheriff Woolman. who went to Orand
Island Tuesday nlht, telegraphed yester
day that the mat under arrest whs not
Office, 10 PmH
Miion -amTlOV -
lHi'vlit la drtlgft.
fl(ockrt aelln CHip"C.
F1 Hoftn' Tony Fauat b--r.
Hifoat whtokr In tx-k at Jarvn.'
Plumbing una heating. Blxby t Hon.
Im. Woodbury, 1rnUt, .10 Parl tret.
Wooilrin-HrhmMt, undertaker. Trt.-3.Tl.
Imported Bootih whl-kjr. Jarvle. T3
- Hoillh Main.
Iifamond '.as 'n liive.HtmenU Talk to
l.efTert about It.
7 Hrhnol paint, peim. papers and tablet.
Alexander s, Hi H war.
Atlantic corni S centa per do-en, Olen
grocery. Trt. los.
' J. n. Cblsam of "BprlngrteM, 111.. Ik the
giieirt of hi" brother. C. H. Chleam.
' Strlctrv freeh (ran, two dnisen for ?fi ent,
- at lh U'n Avenue grocery. Tel. Mt.
Jarvl' pen pure California wlnea.
For Imported wtnen. liquors and rhnm-.-
pagne, I flosenfeld company, Jl Main St.
If you wsnt a hlra uprlng overcoat call
on E. B. Hicks. 1 have the correct goode.
.An acre of fruit, with new, modern
houa. This will not.la long, rilfton
v. Walker Co.
The Qlen Avenus ;roctiry la still selling;
His A and White lum flour at l.t5 per
sack. Tsl. . - '
If you want your Are Insurance to In
ire have t'llftori-'Walker Co. write It In
Harmony rrmpter. Order 'of the Eastern
Htar, will meet In regular scesion tomorrow
evening In Pythian hall.
Price Sawyer, republican candldnte for
' mayor of 8iou City, was In Council Bluffs
yesterday afternoon visiting friends.
.( Ladv Mary hive, Ijidiea ,,of the Modern
Jtfncca-ha, will meet In special session
."this afternoon -at 224 North First street.
: When you have your shoes half soled take
thejn to BaTKenfs. Have them sewed on
' tsnd save So. Snrgent a Mlel Bhoe flhop.
flqulre, Anhls. money to loan; cssh on
hand, no delay: city and farm property for
enlo on easy terms of payment. Office, 1H
Members of Council camp. Woodmen of
th World, dgree staff will meet at the
v Hurllngton depot at i p. m. to go to
Jacob Prlsby,-who-was recently paroled
by tha 'ommlssloners on Jnsanlty from
,r St. ' jWnard's hospllaf, 1 was sent bark to
tha hospital yesterday.
W are paying the highest cash prices
for old iron and metals. Council Bluffs
Junk House, J. Kattleman, proprleter.
Tel. 6MX j8 S. Main. ,
At 6 wain A Mauer'a for Quick Meal
fesotlna atoves. Others may bo good, but
ha Quick Maa.1 Is tha bast. We don t give
the, mom.-.' we-give the best.'
WV 1L Mathews 'and Rufus Moon, who
. fought over to cents on Broadway Tues
day, were given ten days at hard labor
ny i'ouca juage avoir, yesterday.
A snip - for somebody, a 1300 Ice wagon
for 1116. We haveused It only four months,
la practically new. Brtdensteln Bmith,
ooal and -wood, 14th A.ve. and 6th 8t.
You cannot get better service or more at
: tnntive treatment in any store than ours.
' We like to think of our store as our home
, and you as our guests.. Clark Drug Co.
The best Is none too good for our eus-
' loinsrs and the best Is what we mean
when we eay we have poultry fence In two
. styles, from two to seven feet nign. liarer.
Dinner Party corn,. II a dozen. Glen
A ten u grocery,. Tel, 108.
Ye -car) buy a good, new, well made
p.ano, veneered Inside and out. with Ivory
. keys, (or. IU80, on easy terms, at A. Uospe
Cot's. 33 South Mala Ht council Biuns.
M'ssourl oak dry roedwood, f a cord;
stiellhark hickory, $7 r .Arkansas anthrsclte,
V-fto per ton less than hard coal. William
"Welsh,' It North Main St. Telephone 12S,
: Qo to the Manhattan It you want(a good
' steak,- nrutton chop, pork chop or a good
i'Dii of oiffee. rJverythtng is guaranteed
b) be first-class at the Manhattan restaur-
vant a,nd par. .-,
Peanut Brittle. Bauer Imon Drops,
.ftaplt Peanut Fudge, Pecan Nut Bar,
Almond. Nut Bar, English Walnut Bar,
i'urlty I'anay lutcnen, mb west n way.
i RV '-Chales-W. ftr4dgk' pastor uf-4he
People's j cJiurch of Omaha, n will spi'sk
-.1 Friday evening of this week at the Peo-
evening of this week at the 1'
.. Die's Union church. Thirty-fifth street snd
. - Avenue B. Subject. ''Past. Present and
- Future." All are welconro.
If you want a good meal drop In at the
Vienna restaurant. The flavor of our cof
fee cannot be equaled because we use good
coffee and' good orenm. Our butter Is the
' best we an gett We know our rolls are
ond because we make them ourselves from
' the-best tlour obtainable.'
B.i, JSt.' Williamson, has, received his 'first
' shlmnent - of 19o Tribune snd Crescent
' ' .'bicycles and has alreudy tolil sevcrsl of
"them.' li will pay anyone nho thinks of
buying a mount this season to see Mr. Wll
' ' Hamsun's stock ' before makliXaT .his pur-
cniise., it uouin main bi
. Bverybody'a chance , to ' decorate' their
.Homes.' Mee tne nig siock oi wan. paper,
mouldings, el.,, marked down on sale at
W. 8.. iiewestou. Masonic Temple, corner
H way and f onrtu st. On sale Marcn la
pictures aird picture framings. I.nval ar
tlsts Invited, to display their work open
tng week. .
" IM not tise old newspapers to put under
your carpets. : They are too hard and do
not keep out the cold and 4ist hair as good
as our felt and rorrugafsd oaper does. Th!s
paper Is made to give wnen you step on It
and your rat-pet does not wear out as quick.'
Conn In and Jet us show it to you. Btockert
Carpet company. , "v
Oil 'complaint of her brother, who filed
art Information 'charting her with being
mentally 1 deranged, Mis.- Minnie O'Brim
of 4) Graham avenue was tHkcn Into cus
tody yesterday afternoon. Pending an In
rsstlsatlnn of her case by the commls
sloners on Insanity, she was placed In 8t.
Bernara a hospital.
' Why bother with washing your own hai
when you can have It washed with soft
water and dried with compressed air in less
than thirty mtnutea at .Qraves. 105 Pearl
streot. , , .
FARM LAUD AUCTIO!
SATURDAY, MARCH 17
At 3 o'clock p. at., t tho east entrance
of tha court, house In
1 .will sell to the highest and bebt
bidder for rash the following three
farni:. , .'C
' In Kane township, lot a aud 4.
.section 4, township 74.- range 44," and
accretions;" gbout 180 acrea (within
city limlta and oue mile south U.
iVtlway ' bridge.) ' .
' In Lewi township, lot 3, aeciion SI
townahlp Ti, rang 44, and accretions;
about led acres (7 -miles sooth of
- Ixw!a township, west Vi, southwest
.". section 10, township 74, range 44.
I- On mile south of city limits.)
i n. B. THAYER. Triistea.
TO BUY A
Five, Six tr Seven Roam House
To nova on Another Lot
WILL PAY CAOH
Addresa P, Eim Oilk.
10 Pearl St. 'council Elyfj, Ion.
t. Tel. 4.
COMMERCIAL CLUB ..BANQUET
Bit; Ball Boom of Grand Hotel Taxed
Beyond Iu Ctpneitj.
GOVERNOR CUMMINS PRINCIPAL SPEAKER
N. I. t. I'rnjeet Ulven a
l Kmnifl Tlnley aad R.
Ilaahea, President of
With nearly 'St) members and Invited
guests ere ted around the tables, the third
nnusl banquet of Ihe Council Bloffs Com
merclal club, held Isst night at the Orand
hotel, . proved a nstable event In 4he his
tory of the organisation, which during Its
hort life has done so much for the cily.
The large ball room proved Inadequate to
ccommodate the gathering and tsbles had
to be placed In the entrywsy adjoining.
The tables were prettily and lavishly dec
orated with roses, carnations. Jonquils ndi
rns, and at eac h plnt-n was a ,boutonnlere.
t the hrad tabl- were ses ted . President
Mconsld, with Governor Cummins 6d his
ght, the speakers of the evening and
It was half an hour after (he appointed
me before the banquet room was thrown
pen and this made It somewhat' late be-
ore the speaking began. It being nearly 10
'clock when Charles W. McOonald, presi
dent of the club, with a few Introductory
remarks, presented Emmet Tinley, who
spoke "For the Club." and as well pre
sented the Young Men's Christian associa
tion project to the assemblage.- President
R. C. Hughes of Ripon college,, formerly
president of Tabor college, - while, not on
the regular program. Was called upon to
speak on, the Young Men's Chrlstisn as
sociation, and ne made an eloquent and
urjfent apieal to the business mert to carry
the project to a successful Issue, as the es
tablishment of such an Institution meant
so much for the community, . 1
Judge McPherson took "Southwest Iowa"
s the subject of his talk," and Btlperlntend-
nt' Clifford gave an Interesting account of
tho progress nf the schools of this city and
th prominent position they had taken
among the public schools of the country. W.
K. Mitchell of Sidney, la., with "Promotion
of Commercial Progress" fot his theme,
gave a most interesting talk, which was a
feature of an all-round good program.
Address of fioveraor.
fjovernor A. B. Cummins, who made the
closing address of the evening, was given
a most enthusiastic reception. v
Governor Cummins said In substance thai
Iowa was one of the grandest states In
the union, one of the garden spots of the
world. In the midst of, the bounties of
nature Its people had not been unmindful
of the things which make for the upbuild
ing of the race and were spending for
schools half of the entire amount raised
b taxation- He, predicted that Iowa was
some day to become a great manufactur
ing state, but left It to his auditors to say
why It was. not already such. The remedy,
he said. Was not difficult to And removo
tha restrictions which now surroupd man
ufacturing enterprises here.
He then devoted j few 'moments to; the
Toting Men's Christian HSSrtciation, faying
It .was an enterprise worthy of the most
generous treatment nnd that It would 're
turn larger dividends on the investment
than any other.
His oloslng remarks' were devoted to the
corporations. He said great corporations
under modern conditions were a necessity
and that they should receive a fair return
On the capital Invested and fair treatment,
but the public was entitled also to a square
deal. The, corporations ;wer not entitled
to any . return on the hundreds nf 'millions
of wsAered stocks which had been floated
by the morally, If not legally, criminal
manipulations of financial thlmblelggcr.s.
The guests Included : ... .'
Governor A. B. Cumuilax.. Judge .Smith
McPherson of the United States court. Rep
resentative R. J. Martin of Hancock. Rep
resentative H. B. Frnrman of Oakland. Su
pervisor Allan Btillis of Orlswold, Super
visor O. W. Spencer of Neola. Supervisor
H. C. Brandels of Hancock, slsyor J. C.
Sullivan of Creston. fl. M. Christian. W. C.
McArthur and K. H Mason of les Moines
1- T. Oenung of Olenwood. H. W: Byers, L.
F. Potter and W. L. Haughn of- llarlan.
Almor Stern and Thomas Arthur of txgan.
J. S.. Dewell and. W. J. Burke of Mlaxourl
Valley, H. 8. Swanson and V. Q. Relninger
of Shenandoah, W. K Mitchell of Sidney,
V. l Jones of Ytliiscu, k:d Barrett of Dun
Iiiiv Iwls Miles of Corydon, W. B.' Daven
port of Sioux Falls, Vance Iane, V W.
Judsnn, Charles M. Wllhelm. K. A. Nash,
M. W. Cavanatigh. F. fl. Cowglll, K. Vj
Peck, J. E. VonLtorn. Frank H. Hamilton
and A. J. lxDve of Omaha. Dr. W. J. Mc
Crann of South Omaha, President R.- C.
HukIics of Ripon college; C. Bolter, presi
dent of the Commercial club of logan: W.
J. Dobhs and A. T. West of Tabor; H. W.
Roth-rt. superintendent of Iowa School for
the Deaf: Heorico V. WrlKht. K. U Shuasrt
and Rev. Marcus P. MctTure. pastor of the
r irst t'reshyierlun church. Council Bluffs.
New dwelling near new High school,
Number of new dwellings for sale.
Beautiful lot on Glen avenue, ll.SOtt.
Insure your house and furniture with me.
Tel. 81, Chss. T. Officer, 419 Broadway.
Van Brunt vehicles furnish an array of
talking points nut found on any- other
vehicles. Others will tell yOu that theirs
la Just as good, as "Van Brunts." . You
have been up against these "Just as good"
things before. Call' around and aee me.
My statements; ure not mere, assertions,
Vbut facts." . .
There Is jio argument sboQt hjiiiff your
carpets and rugs, cleaned by machinery.
It Is aot an experiment. ' Charges are. -Very
modeiato. Prompt service. The Council
Bluffs Carpet Cleaning and Rug. Mfg. Co.
Tel. m. 34 No. Main St. We piuke beauti
ful ruga out of old worn-out carpets-
Bad rock prices on all our new stock of
carpets, rugs, linoleum, oil cloth, .-nailing,
window shades, lace curtains, tapestry cur-
Mains, go carts, and our entire new stock
of furnyure. Do not fall .o call and In
spect for youroclf. D. W. Keller, lot
Swanson Music Co.. New Location 4U7
Broadway We sell pianos In our regular
businesslike way. No new schemes;- in
certificate. Pianos right, goods rsllsbla.
Terms from f& to 110 per month.
Pnssled Over School La. .
Can the Board of Education, after can
vassing the vote cast at the schorl election,
reorganise next Monday night by' permit-'
ting the newly elected members to take
their seats? This Is a question which
President Hess of the board would like to
have answered. It has been stated that
urder thu law changing the school year
passed by the present general assembly the
board cannot legully reorganise until July
I, at which time the nealy elected mem
bers and the newly elected school treasurer
will assume their offices. .
If the new law Is correctly construed
her W. K. UcConmll will hold wvrr as a
member of the lioard until July aud Treas
urer Mi-Oev will do likewise at custodian
of the school funds. It will not make any
difference to Kmmet Tlnlfy. as he wss re
elettod. In the' event of Treasurer Mi-Gee
holding over until July he would, it Is said,
be required under the new law to give a
pew bond for the extended pi-rlod.
her ef ladlrtmeata
tarseil to Court.
The district court grand Jury, which re
convened Tuesday of last week, finished Its
deliberations and after t'eturnino- a hlv
of indictments whs discharged for
the term.' In view of the fact thst the
grsnd Jury has cleaned up all of the crim
inal business to date Judge Thornell yes
terday ordered that the grand Jury for the
March terrp, which opens next Tuesdsy, be
notified not to appear until May 1, Instesd
of on the opening day of the term.
Owtng to the defrndsnts not being Incus
tody several of the Indictments were not
made public yesterday. The following were
Norman Taylor, two Indictments on
charges of larceny from a building and
breaking and entering. Taylor is' charged
with entering the residence of Mrs. C.
Gregory, M.i Fourth street. On October IK
last and stealing IX. His bonds under each
Indictment were placed at I'.
Frank Jones and Frank Sherwood. Jointly
indicted for robbing and assaulting M.
Solomon, proprietor of a clothing store at
212 West Broadway, on February 28 of this
year. Their bonds were placed at 1500 each.
Charles 8. Stewart, two Indictments on
charges of forgery and uttering a forged
Instrument. Stewart, is charged with pass
ing a check on January 31 last, with the
forged slgnsture of H. A. Qvilnn of the
Qulnn Lumber company. His bonds under
each Indictment were fixed at t:W.
It. I. McBrldc, two Indictments on
charges of breaking and entering and lar
ceny from a building. He Is charged with
entering the barber shop of Fr;d Dingle In
the Revere house on March of this year
and stealing rasors and other barber tools
of the value of $1. Ills bonds were placed
at 250Q under each Indictment.
E. E. Harter of Sac City, la., two Indict
ments on charges of cheating by fulse pre
tenses. Harter Is charged with passing a
number of worthless checks In this city on
April 2J. I. His bonds under each In
dictment were placed at 1500.
A. Fred Fleli, Indicted on a charge of big
amy, having married Clara May Oliver of
this city on February 15 of this year when
it Is alleged he had another wife living In
Dunlap, In. His bonds were placed at ut).
leorge Hill, indicted on the charge of
stealing an overcoat valued at 130, the prop
ert of E. C. Goodrich, from the Metropol
itan hotel. His bonds were placed at two.
Arthur Levi, Indicted on the charge of
robbing Harry Neeley of 50 cents during
the holdup at O. ' K. Harden's saloon or
the night of August 9 last. His bonds were
placed at $1,000. Levi was at the present
term of court acquitted on the charge of
holding up the saloon.
Charles Stevenson, indicted on the charge
of assisting prisoners to escape from prison.
This Indictment Is the result of StovehKon'g
attempt to saw his way out of the county
Jail on March 6. His bonds were placed at
00. - - - i
Charles Stevenson, John Fosdlck and
Charles Lloyd, Jointly reindicted for the
larceny of an overcoat and a woman's cloak
from the pawnshop of Sum Friedman on
December 11 last. The former indictment
was found defective. Their bonds were
placed at $800 each.
Robert Vrooman and Harry Baker, who
scaped from the county Jail last Saturday,
two Joint Indictments for breaking; and en
tering and stealing IM0 -worth-of brass from
the premises of the Westinghouse company
on January 10 of this year. Their bonds
were placed at Jl.wiO each on each Indict
jlsap Piano Hariiiln. . ..
':Pnrtles leaving the city: Left 6u-sale.
Original price 1350. Will sell on easy pay
ments, II 85. See at the big piano house,
Schinollev. ft Mueller Piano company, So-.'
Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
We are asking .you to try our coffee, lie
cause we know you will be satisfied It's
the gas roasted coffee by Paxton & Gal
lagher, and you can't find any better fla
vored, fresher coffee any place. . We sell
It at from IS to 40c a lb. We know If you
try It you will come back. J. Olson, 739-741
The Title Uuaranty and Trust company,
Abstracters of titles. Books date back to
1853. Books ure all up to riHte. Work ac
curately and promptly--done at lowest
prices. Office opposite courthouse, 15 Peari
street, Council Bluffs, Iu.
We rent organs for 5 cents a month, if
you buy the organ we allew the rent jn
Its purchase price. Bourlclus Piano House,
where the organ stands upon the building.
Broken dishes are not pleasant to look
at. Fill up your old seta, or call and see
our extensive line of English dlnnerware
patterns. The latest thing in English
breakfast sets now on display In our win
dow'. W. A. M-urer.
Clifton-Walker Co. have recently closed
the sale of a number of properties, which
reduces their list. They have a large
number of other clients who wish to In
vest. Perhaps your property is Just what
they want. Better place It with them for
We can give you the best figures on a
furnace to put In your new houxe. We
handle the famous Norfolk Green's fur
nace. Ask the people that use them, they
will tell you wlmt they are. Spencer, 158
Shorthand and bookkeeping positions are
easily secured If you are well qualltled. We
do that. New clusses tlilsjweck. Western
Iowa college. .
Pailas Cvutrarta Kslendea.
The city council at Its meeting yettenlHj
afternoon decided to postpone cnc,i. (ela
tion of the appropriation ordinance until
Saturday night, when an adjourned session
will be held. But little business was trans
acted yesterday afternoon snd the meet
ing C4msequiuly was a short one.
All of t. A. Wlckham's paving contracts
were extended to August 1.
A resolution was adopted providing tint
all moneys In the police fund on March tl
be turned into the general fund.
Mrs. Rogers, whose house is said lo be
partly on the publia thoroughfare at Nine
teenth avenue and Sixth street. In a com-
and note the delicious after
taste. Even if you have good
teeth they need regular atten
tion twice-a-day. Watch the
effect on your friends.
I handy auetal eaus bottlaa. Sac
Br Graves' Tooth Powder Cc.
munlcntion offered to move the building on
condition thst the city would, corlrtbi!e
towanls the cost.
t o citv rt kvtiius tomuht
Hepattlleaae Meet la Foort lloase mm
Dfnnrnli In t'ooarll Ckaanber.
The republicans and "the: democrats wfll
both hold their city conventions this even
ing, the former In the county court hour
and the latter In the council chamber of
the city halt. Both are called for I
Who will act as temiiorary chairman of
the republican Convention was not an
nounced yesterday, as Chairman Hess of
the city central committee was out of the
city. The convention- promises to be an
Interesting and possibly an exciting one.
It was stated yesterdsv thst an effort
would be made to nominate Charles W.
McDonald, president of the Commercial
club, for mayor, but frleads of W. F.
Sapp stated the latter had the nomination
cinched. There also promises to be an
Interesting contest over the nomination for
city solicitor, as 8. B. Snyder, who Is out
for a renomlnatlon. will be opposed by C.
F. Klmball and A. W. Askwlth. For treas
urer Frank T. True will lie renominated
by ' acclamation, but there will llkAy be
a contest over the nomination for aedltor,
there being two or thre candidates In the
field. John Olson will it Is understood,
renominated for councllninn-at-large and It
Is likely that John Fleming of the Fifth
ward will be named as his running mate.
Frank Peterson will. It is conceded, be
renominated for park commissioner.
Emmet Tinley, It Is stated, will be called
upon td preside over the democratic con
vention which, according to the cut and
dried program, wil' renominate nil the
present democratic officeholders from
Major Macrae down. F. W. Miller Ih to
be nominated for city attorney and Wallace
Benjamin for treasurer.. Kd Slockert will
be nominated for councllman-iit-liirgo.
These will be the only new nominations.
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 KI.75 and up.
Keller-Farnsworth Fur. Co.
Jensen & Mlchaelson, 238 West Broadway,
contract for painting. They use pure white
lead and llnmed oil. Now Is the time to
let them do the work, ' before the rush
commences. Tou can get, your work done
right If you let them do It.
Let Borwick decorate your house. He
has the best wall paper and paint to do
It with. Bed-rock prices alird work guaran
teed. 211 So. Main. Tel. 6S3. Call him up
and ask him about It.
"McAtee for good things to eat." Boat
goods, best prices, fairest prices; prompt
and careful delivery; and If you want the
best bakery goods served on your table,
we bake them.
Democratic F.lectloo Oflleers.
In conformity with the resolution passed
by the Federation of Improvement Clubs
at a recent meeting President Clifton anj
Secretary Ponton have it to the chair
man of the republican and democratic city
central committees the. following letter,
which Is self-explanatory:
The Council Bluffs Improvement Federa
tion at Its meeting on March t decided to
Inform both it ho republleart. and democratic
central committees that It has decided,
after nfueh discussion, that every effort be
put forth to- suppress , the--. buying or Influencing-
of j'oles with pwney. drinks or
anything that represents Value, at the com
ing election. -n.nd fha,ti ws)-wlll have martv
men st each voting place whose duty It
shall be to detect anyone' giving, offering
to give, taking or offering K lake such con
sideration for vote. , , . . .
We also desire to Inform you that we
will do as much as is legitimate against
any candidate ho tries -to put up gr.y
scheme to Influence votes unlawfully. ' and
In case such party Is elected a etronz ef
fort will be made to contest his election.
Thts is as fair to one party as the oth-r,
and we would like to have your henrtv
approval and co-operation In this tardy ef
fort to uphold law and cneoiiragx our best
cltlsens to take a more act! v Interest In
politics. ' "' j
Fur m Qolek gale.
I will offer the five-roomed house unit lot
at 45 Avenue A tor-one week at S50. New
house; city water. Easy terms. No hotter
Investment 'In CoUnctl Bluffs, Make a fine
home. Wallace Benjamin, room 1, First Na
tional bank. I write fire insurance Office
ihnne, 2"3; residence, 'phota,' Black 1444. -
' Geo. A. Hoagland hue just received a car
load of the famous Amaion Rubber roofing
and will make you very attractive prices
on large or small quaatlties. Now Is the
time to get your roofs in shape before the
heavy spring rains.
Don't forget Kaster Is coming and you
want a new suit. Leuve your order early
at Hicks', if you want a nice, up-to-date
one. 'Phone Red 77S.
Many peoplu are troubled with indiges
tion because the bread they eat Is not
made from Crystal mills Big A flour. Try
it before taking any more dopes.
Centrally located bakery, ttrsl-tin-s oven
and fixtures; cash trade, yuu.
Two chair barber shop, good fixtures,
good location, cheap rent; a bargain; see
me. Alva Smith, real estate, insurance, ex
changes, room 1y' Everett block.
Reliable Gasoline Stoves, Coldwell lawn
mowers, Herrlck refrigerators. Investi
gate these matters In time. We have the
best. Paddock-Handachy Hardware Co.
i-'lne Colorado farm land, o an acre.
Improved ranches, 110 to tM per acre. One
Improved ranch, four mlls from town, $6
per acre. A big snap. Excursion March
2. Fare. 110.9). F. C. I-iugee, 1J4 South
Main street. ... . '
Heal Kstate Transfers.
These transfers were reported to The Bee
jturch 14 by the Title Guaranty and Trust
company of Council Bluffs:
Walter K. Remington and" wife to II.
Mendel, eS '' and wVi se4 22-77-
.42. w. d 111.!
J. W. Squirt- and wife to Michael
Dunn, nv, e4 11-T7-4.I. w d 5,2u
Michael Dunn and wlfu to Mury T.
Dillon, iH se' 11-77 - 43, w. d i.;"0Q
Robert Kurth and wife to Jacob Jes- ,
sen. pan ne' neLi -75-43, w. d ..luu
H. Mendel to Walter K. Remington.
lots 4 and 5. l-'arrell's subdiv in
Neola. w. d l.lSo
C. D. Dillon and wife to James Hoff.
lot 10. block 16. Stutzmau's 2d add to
Council Bluffs. Ia., s. w. d ;1)
Charles E. Walters and wife to James
Hoff. lot 11, nlix-k 15, Stutsman s 2d
add to Council Bluffs, Ia., q. c. d.
Total seven transfers- ...,
Licenses "Iq wed were issued yesterday to
Name and Residence. Age
Inn Drher. Neola, la 27
Mary Christianron, Missouri Valley, la...Il
Marlon Toft. Council Bluffs
Alma Madison, Neola, Is ti
S. V. Muillbil:g Co. Tel. ). Nijft.t
Out on m fr'alao Merel.
The aulhoiities at Cr.iud Island. Neb.,
notified Sheriff Canning Tuesday that they
had a ; ung fi iiow under ' arrest there
J uiiswvrlng the d-'Stiipdou of Hubert Vroo
man. who. with H.irry Baker, escaped from
the county Jail last Fiidsy night. Deputy
URST l)t IOH ntKCMSTH 4THI
All et H-al.tered or Who ll-.e
t'haeaed Residence Most Healster.
Today will be the first day for tegistri
llon for the city election, which will l..'
held Monday, March X. The registrars will
also le In session tomorrow and on Sat
urday, March it. The registration booth
will be open from a. m. to 9 p. m. on
each of three days. Any person who did
not vote at the last general election, he I
November 4, I'M. or who has since moved
from the precinct In which he then resided
Into another voting precinct, will be re
quired to register on one of the three days
named In order to be able to cast his ballot,
on - March W.
These are the places of registration ar.J
the registrars in the different precincts:
First wnrd. second precinct, Pheely A
Itne, No. 21 East Broadway. W. M. Green
and E. J. Abbott, registers.
Seoond ward, first precinct,' Cltv hall, op
Bryant street. J. N. Casstdy, Jr.. and J. W.
Second ward, second precinct. Luchow s
rirar store. 741? West Broudwsv. William
lliKgcson and H. A. Balrd. registers.
Third wsrd. first precinct. Marten s hotel,
217 South Main street. K. S. Zurmeuhl-n
am Forest Smith, registers.
Third ward, second pi-eclnct, Schott's druit
store, Ml South Main street. M. D. Hughes
and D. J. Whltsker, registers.
Fourth wsrd. tlrst precinct, George V.
Haynes' office. fcn2 South Main street. J. .1.
Frnlney tniil J. 8. Davis, registers.
Fourth ward, second precinct, Kelly
house. No. 1212 South Main street. Henry
Southard and Julius Johnson, registers.
Fifth ward, first precinct. County build
in. Mfth avenue and Twelfth street. J. K.
Cooper and O. H. Acker, registers.
Fifth ward, second precinct, Couniy
building, No. 1511 South Thirteenth stree-.
W I II In in McOlll and Iars Nielsen, registers.
Sixth ward, first precinct. County build
ing corner Avenue B and Twenty-fourth
street, Clint Mercer and I". J. Clatlerhuck.
Sixth ward, second precinct, Filth audi
Ioeust street, East Omaha. James N.
Traneksr and John Hansen, registers.
Creditors t ooiplals of Rsnkrspfi.
In the federal court yesterday Judge
McPheison heard and took under advise
ment objections on the part of a number
of his creditors to the discharge of Joseph
S. Wylle of Davenport, recently adjudged
a bankrupt. Wylle was a heavy financial
oiierator and was in some way connected
with Devlin, the Topeka, Kan., banker.
When iK'Vlin went to the wall Wylie also
suspended operations and went Into the
bankruptcy court. His creditors are now
opposing his discharge, alleging fraud and
concealment of property, besides making
other charges against him.
In the Alexander Armstrong bankruptcy
Judgn McPherson has ordered set aside
the mortgages executed by Armstrong Just
prior to going Into bankruptcy. O. W.
Wattles of the t'nlon National bank of
Omaha and WlUlam Arts of the German
American bank of Carroll. Ia.. w'th com
bined claims aggregating 2125,ll, were the
plaintiffs in the suit to set aside the
mortgages. Armstrong's liabilities aggre
gated over 2oo,ono.
The federal grand jury yesterday Ignored
the charge against Fred Reasoner of Sten
nett, la., charged with sending an Inde
cent letter through the malls. This com
pleted tho work of the grand Jury and It
was . discharged.
Henry Hawkins and fc. H. White. In
dicted for, bootlegglngl entered pleas of
guilty and were' sentenced' to thirty days'
Imprisonment, Hawkins in the Iudlanola
county Jail and White In the Red Oak jail.
There was no' afternoon session, Judge
McPherson being a guest of the oflleers
of the Commercial club at the Grand hotel.
f. Patrick's Day.,
Saturday, . March 17, Is 'St. Patrick's day.
We ' have the genuine shamrock, grown
from Imported seed,, , ,Wear. a reaj sham
rock bouldnnlere and 'talie a plant home
and watch it grow. Wilcox. Florist.
Oood bread can't be made except from
good flour. I'se "Big A" flour, and your
bread will always- be good, ' Your grocer
sells it or should.
If you prefer nullity to iuunlity uud
absolute satisfaction to yourself, get
Schmidt's photos. Always guaranteed to
please. 'Phone 85". ' 406 BroHdwsy.
The finest selection of marble gravestonus
In southwestern Iowa can be found at
Eheeley & Lane's nimble and granite
works, -IT Kast Broadway, Council Bluffs.
Many different designs and colors. The
work is done by experts who have had
years of training.
Aavalnst BelllnaT of Votes.
The following democratic Judges and
clerks of election were appointed yesterday
by the city council:
First Ward First precinct: Judges. H.
Sclioemaker and Ous Bergman; clerk, C. M.
Maynard. ' Second precinct: judges, Rob
ert Rain and George Smllle; clerk, Louie
Second Ward Flint precinct: Judges, M.
F. Rohrer and Thomas Maloneyj clerk, Gus
Covalt. Second precinct: Judges, L. P.
(Service and Louis Greli; clerk, Harrv l.ii
chew. Third Ward First precinct: Judges, Fre
mont Benjamin and M. D. Hughes; clerk.
Oscar Hauiueister. Second precinct :
Judges. M. H. Tinley and Fred Spetman;
clerk, Oeorge HiiKhes.
Fourth Wnrd First precinct: Judges. J.
J. Brown and Charles Paschel; clerk, Paul
Wk-kham. Second precinct: Judges, So
enke Boysen and P. L. Smith; clerk, J. T.
Filth Ward First precinct: Judges, t. J.
I X.I, I. In and C. L. Hammcl; clerk. J. C. I'lII
patrick. Second precinct: Judges. A. 8.
Westley and James McMillan; cierk. A. J.
Sixth Ward First precinct: Judges, C.
Cilppen and Jack Anderson; clerk, K. J.
ADVAXt K l PHIt'K OK SOFT OAl,
Dealers 4 lalm Shortaase and Consum
ers Mast Pay Higher Hates.
DKS MOINES. Ia.. March 14. Nearly all
dealers advanced the price of soft cnal
from U to tSW a ton todav. '
The advance, some dealers say, is due
to the Increased demand because of the
cold weather. Others admit that because
of the iiaix-ndtng st'.ike factories and rail
roads have accumulated such a Urge sur-
While it is true that Scrofula may be cqny-e4 tinder certain conditions,
It is usually inherited. Parents who are related by the ties of blood, or who
have a consumptive tendency, or family blood taint of any character, are eure
to transmit it to their children in the form of Scrofula. Swollen glands,
brittle bones, poor digestion, weak
eve Catarrh emaciated bodies and I Inherited. orcfala, and abont seyen
eyes, catarrn. emaeiaiea Doaies ana .uffered intensely from
general weak constitutions are the ft. Tried averr doctor available at
nrinrinal wars in which the dis- areat epene, but grew rapidly worse;
principal wavs in wc fnuct, had given u all hope ct being
ease IS manifested. The blood has cured, and dying man will grasp at
bren diseased from birth, and beinjr in tLiilo Hi
this condition cannot properly Dour- S.S.ts. After taking six bottles, I felt a
Ish th hncW and Scrofula, is the re.
18 n we May ana ocroiuia ia i me re-
ult. A hereditary disease like this
can only be reached, by a constitu-
tional remedy and nothing equal
S S. S. as a cure for it. , It cleanses
drives out all scrofulous and tubercular deposits, and there is a gradual but
anre return to health. S. fi. S snnnlieg tr the
f anaemic, lifeless blood the properties necessary
to build back to fltronjj, robust health, end does
a fc-wi-wlhw. tki"3 gently and so thoroughly that no feigns of
w -w" v v-e w the disease
PIIRFI V VFRFTARI F purely vegetable S. S. S. is the best remedy for
enter into the circulation and replace wax-like, hloodks3 faces with vigorous i
strength glowin-; with health. . Book with information alxmt Scrofula and
Bicdioil advice frer.
Ttl S VJITT
ftrolr Htf , - j i . i Car I W ttrs All Fha fi
HUM, f UniillS 1 ' falls.
b4 ft aTir
ftM k ci ftci
km-i of rehil
ft whit h
until I r
Cell NM1 Of
Utm rr at on
iT4pt my limr
m Tiit iM4 r
ri-ime ( ) S 1S.L. - I ass a m-rt rs i.h i
ml t-pnif I ' . ft imI roM I In -.1 -r.i
lerfYK'toin I- I ' j I i" B " A' liisnr rem-M'-j bin none '
rii'ii, I' i ?'Pl,,r 1 ' ""n oeitieilio-lenie i
l'Jn.T I - - ft 1 nr '1. Stt M IsM I
..;iTtnr I , 1(7. tie! ' 1 "' "" et tr.
Vr. RTt J llfV'( ,1 Hull's 1ns.Tsr.U-iey 1
r.shSh'e. I. 'Trvlt A S-.-1 It cured Xrri I
i-e. ri- lt ,. s i-i-.tuii, Herman
ksferuue ';,. . a . "aet-k , Mm., 114 H. St. fata. J
OVCn 4,000,000 BOTTLES of
Dr. Bell's Pine -Tar-Honey
War tsM fcrlsf 1st year IH4, t sa ABSOtUTE 0U4RANTI:. The stronrest eridenee of the I'
UerlUI Of S proprietary meoicine is m opin
Uvtr lira FIIMlvs noows is l"nf. o-tt
Poor Miillsa MiMlkt la l4. This
consumer reiarding the
Bsety. beit cough medicine on tne niarkeu
Look (or tho Bell
33c, SOa. aae
PlSfUeafrr ths C E. SimiEKLAND MEDICINE CO- ftimuk, k.
and healthful. Odor
lames S. Kirk
plus that the local supply has been cut
short. It is claimed they are unable to
meet the actual demand In the city. It
understood that a still further advance
- 111 be made soon.
Know Where They Stand Hrgsrillnl
Shooting of Unrglar.
RKD OAK, Ia., March 14.-(Speclal Tel
egram.) Resolutions endorsing the action
of Sheriff William Thomas In shooting
Harry Barker on the morning of Mnroh 13
were passed at a mass meeting of titlxens
today. The resolutions are as follows:
Whereas. This community has been
lately Infested with a gang, of thieves,
burglars and robbers, who. while cunningly
avoiding detection, have been committing
crimes In defiance of law and order, and
WhereasN Beeuuse of the secet and
midnight depredations of said lawbreak
ers, the peace and good order of the peo
ple have been so disturbed as to cause them
great fear and anxiety for the safety of
their persons and property, and
Whereas, One Harry Barker, with felon
ious Intent, whllo armed with a deadly
weapon and In the act of robbing a safe,
about 1 o'clock on the morning of Murch
13, lmm, was unintentionally killed hy
William Thomas, sheriff of Montgomery
county, Iowa, while In the performance of
his official duty: therefore, be it
Resolved, By the peuple of Montgom
ery county. Iowa, in mass meetina assem
bled that we commend the brave, energetic
and efficient conduct of William Thomas
in the unfortunate affair and extend to
him, lioth individually and as a vigilant
and unselfish public servant, our united
esteem, confidence and support.
The committee was T. J. Hyshaiu. W. N.
Maloney, C. C. Platter. D. A. Arts and O.
G. Howard. There were over :Xi signers
in less than an hour.
Corbta Arrives mt Post.
ST. LOUIS. Murch 14.-Major General
Henry C. Corbln. V. 8. A., arrived In St.
Louis today, accompanied by Mrs. Corbln
and Captain William Hortori. his side. Gen
eral Corbln will take command of the
northern division of the army, succeeding
General John B. Weston, who goes to the
Josef Hoffman Arrives.
NEW YORK. March 14. Josef Hoffman,
the pianist, was a passenger on the steamer
Bleuc.er, which arrived here today from
Hamburg. In steerage on the steamer
there were more than 1.000 young men,
nearly all of them from Austria and Hun
gary. AN AWFUL
wonderful than re for the better, loon.
tn)Ud tmk. lt for about si montua,
taking- in ail about &rten bottles,
end strengthens the deteriorated blood,
are ever seen in after liie. Jkinc
its harmless but healing ingredients
Fi t C
SPECIFIC CO., A TIAN7A. CA.
on in inn rnnsumtr, npn in inn I gi ui u I
I im mriiiva nwt'n ia i j. inw
eri lenres the opinion of the
merits of Dr. Bell Pine-Tar-
on Itio Bottla.
and leaves it smooth, soft
of natural' flowers.
X3he Best of
The Only Double
to Chicago . '
Low Colonist's Rates
Every Day Till April 7th
. . . to . . .
and Pugat Sound points.
14011403 FAR NAM 8T.
CTORZ MALT EXTRACT
Aoex not dope er -rug, but
Uti the body ma toothet the
r.rrvet in the mow plcaunt, nat
ural wt. It it a boon to the
htin-worker, the conraletccnt,
ti e nuninf mother, or ny one
needing a n-itritioui, piUuble
hts erigc to cou back strength
ta the body or the flutlt of health
le the chrrki. Prominent phyai
tvnt recommend k. Order a
caM (2 00a. bottle . ' At
aim .imj, l, .ynm !Ujr-!aat'
at a ea a ana r.litliril
I Dm bif mt lor laral
ua ml trrustiu.a f uliaikat
iiwimm. of uiiii-aa iulrana.
f al r aoiMauua.
i i,rw nn1.ii.imi..ij
' J ai4 mr brovatota. ,
j or aant la alaia wiar,
I hr air:a. r we. tuff
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