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THE OMAHA DAILY REE: SUNDAY, AFRTL 15. 190.
Office, 10 IVri St. Tel. 43.
SPECIAL EASTER SERVICES
Mimic Forms Larare Part of the Proerami at
MANY OF THEM OF AN ELABORATE NATURE
Kullbli Templar to Attend Service
at First Consreaatlonal Church
Children Participate In Be
era I Program.
Special services and elaborate musical
program will mark tlio celebration of
Esstor Sunday In the churches of Council
Muff today. Many of the house of wor
ship have been made beautiful for the
tlay with decorations of Easter linen, palms,
ferns and cut flowers. In accordance with
the general custom, the children of the
Sunday schools will observe the day with
special exercises cither at the morning or
The Easter services at St. Paul' Epis
copal church will be at the following hour:
7 a. m., holy communion; 10:30 a, m., morn
ing prayer, holy communion and sermon;
1:30 p. m., children's Easter festival.
Program for the 10:80 o'clock service:
Professional Hymn Jesus Christ is
Risen Today Worgan
Easter Anthem Christ Our Passover Is
Hacrllleed fur t"s t Bracketf
Kpeelal Psalms II. lvll:lU
First IesHon Exodus xv-v:22
Te Detim Dudley Buck
Hem ml l,eson Matthew xxvlli
.lubllatn .i Reade
Ntm-cne creed and prayers
Introlt yuartet Christ is Risen
.'... Dudley Buck
Gloria Tlbl II. II. Woodward
Hymn loft Welcome,- Happy Morning....
Offertory Anthem As the Earth Bring-
cth Forth Her Bud C. Harries
Gloria In Excelsls Old chant
Recessional Hymn, lis The Lambs
High Feast We Sing Windsor
Program for the 3:30 o'clock service:
Processional Hymn, 112 Jesus Christ Is
Risen Today Worgan
The Wesson Acts II. xxll:37
Nunc Dlmittl Eangdon
Creed and prayers :
Hymn 110 Come, Ye Kiathful, Raise
the Strain Llseant
Distribution of prizes
Offertory Duet Hall, Joyous Morn
Recessional Hymn, lift The Lamb's
High Feast We 8lng
At the Broadway Methodist church there
will bo Easter services both morning and
evening. The regular annual musical pro
gram by the Sunday school children will
be given In the morning, with an Illus
trated address by the pastor. Rev. James
O'May. The music will be specially
adapted to the Easter time. In the even
ing the choir, assisted by Mrs. George
Kline, contralto, and C. E. Lnustrop, vio
linist, will, under the direction of Mr.
Mitchell, render a special program, and
there will bo an address by the pastor, Il
lustrated by the stereoptlcon. This is
the program for the evening music:
Organ Frcludc Easter Morning. .Mailing
Miss Dona Sims-Sylvester.
Hymn The Heavens Declare Thy
Glory Eord Edwards
Anthem Awake Thou That Sleepest..
, ( Green
Soprano Solo Miss Chambers
Bass Solo Mr. Sinlield.
-Contralto Solo Art Thou Weary. . .West
Mrs. George Kline.
.Anthem As It Began to Dawn ... .Martin
Soprano Solo Miss Chambers.
Vljuartet Approach and Behold Macy
- Violin Solo Andante for the G String
Mr. C. E. Laustrop,
Soprano Solo Resurrection Sheldon
Miss 1.11 tie- Chambers.
Anthem They Have Taken Away My
Offertory Melody Gut 1 man t
Miss Lena Sims-Sylvester.
Anthem Hark. Hark, My Soul ....Shelly
Contralto Solo Miss Chambers.
Soprano Ohltgato and Solo Miss
Duel Miss Ranck and Miss Cham
bers. Hymn Holy, Holy, Holy Dykes
.Post hide March to Calvary, (from the
Miss I-na Sims-Sylvster.
KnlKhta Te-uplnr Attend Services.
At the First Congregational church Rev.
Otterbeln O. Smith, pastor, Easter dny
services will bo at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. In the morning the pastor will take
as the subject of his sermon "The Cross
In Art and History." The morning services
will be attended by the members of Ivan
hoe commandcry. Knights Templar, In a
body at the Invitation of the pastor, who Is
a member of the order. This will be the
program of the morning service:
Prelude Silver Trumpets Vlvlnanl
invocation and Lords Prayer
Responsive reading, page 75, selection 39.
Anthem Awake l"p My Glory Barnby
Scripture Prayer and Response.
Solo The Resurrection Shelley
Mis. R. Prendergast.
Offertory and prayer of blessing
Hymn Rock of Ages
Anthem They Have Taken Away My
Bermon The Cross In Art and History.
A n I hem llonanna Grunlcr
Pusllud Hallelujah Chorus (from
In the evening the children of the Sunday
school, assisted by the choir under the
Perhaps you don't know wo
Kll JAl'-A IAC. the irreat re
Juvenator of floors, furniture
ntul all woodon ami metal things
n round the house the kind that
comes la thirteen, colors and ha a
a hundred uses.
Ye, w sell JAP-A-I..AC sell
a lot of It, too. Everybody
And we sell many other house
hold necessities our stock la
complete and up-to-date In every
way. and our prices suit pockets
of different depths.
Irop in and let ua tell yon
w hat J AP A-LAC la and what It
dov. 7jc buya a quart can.
an av n a sa mm
211 S. Main. Tel. E 8 3.
direction of Mrs. Robert Mullls. will ren
der an Easter program. Mrs. Charles Che
will sing "We Praise Thee" and Miss
Phoebe Judson and Mrs. Mullls will sing
the duet, "Hark. Hark My Soul." by Shelly.
First Christian church. Rev. W. B. Clem
mer, pastor. Special Easter service. Morn
ing sermon and worship at 11 o'clock; ser
mon theme, "Christianity a Hope; a Prom
ise for tha World to Come." The Lord's
supper at 11 noon. Special music at this
Easter anthem W. F. Pudda
Soprano solo, Mrs. Eva Ferguson; bar
Hone solo, Ross Williams.
Solo The Mighty King ....Andrew J. Bock
Pr. Williams. .
Folo Te Bells of Easter Day
lyouis R. Dressier
Miss Van Brunt.
Offertory Sonata Pathetlquo. Op. IS....
Mrs. E. Gertrude Pay.
The choir, under the direction of Miss Van
Brunt, will render a epeelal musical pro
gram at the hour of evening worship, 8
Hymn Now the Pay Is O'er
Rev. W. B. Clemmer.
Easter anthem W. F. Sudds
Soprano solo, Mrs. Ferguson; baritone
solo, Mr. Williams.
Polo The Angel's Message A. F. Loud
Miss Van Brunt.
Anthem An It Began to Dawn
Soprano solo. Miss Winter.
Quartet Christ the Lord la Risen
Mrs. W. W. Sherman, Mrs. B. I Ban
ford, Tom Montfort. Xennpbon Kynett
Accompanist. Miss Norene.
Rev. W. B. Clemmer.
Offertory Eighteenth Nocturne, Op. 62..
Mrs. E Gertrude Pay.
Anthem Hosanna Jules Granler
Alto solo, Mrs. B. L. Banford; bass solo,
Duet-Hark! Hark! My Soul
Harrv Rowe Shelley
Miss Van Brunt and Mr. Williams.
Hymn-Holy Spirit. Light Divine
This Is the program of the Easter serv
ices at the First Presbyterian church, Rev.
Marcus P. McClure, pastor:.
10:30 a. m.: Organ Prelude Marche
Pontlficalo de la Tombelle
Anthem Chrlftt the Lord Is Risen To
day ..: : Buck
Anthem Triumphant Strains Arise
Offertory Vision Rhelnberger
Offertory Solo The Glad Easter Morning
Mrs. W. U Welsh.
Sermon Theme The Supreme Question
Called Forth by Easter
Post hide Dedication Armstrong
12 m.: Bible school Easter exercises....
5 p. m.: Vesper service and the sacra
ment of the Lord's supper
Prelude Gethsemane Mailing
Anthem Glory in the Highest Hanseom
offertory Consolation Mendelssohn
Duet Twilight Nevln
Mrs. N. O. Ward and Dr. Claud Iwls.
Sermon Theme The Victory Through
Our Lord Jesus Christ
Meeting of the Voung People's Society
Christian Endeavor Immediately following
the vesper service.
Subject Lessons From Christ's Resur
Mr. McClure, Leader.
There will be a musical program of aev
eral special numbers at this service. There
will be no evening service at the churcn.
At 7:46 o'clock Rev. McClure will preach
at Bethany chapel.
St. John's Enallsli Lutheran.
Easter services will be held at St. John's
will be no evening service at the church,
der at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school will be held at 9:30 a. m. and the
young people's meeting at 7 p. m. .
This Is the morning program:
Processional Praise Ye the Father
Piano Voluntary Selection by Sylvia
Anthem by vested choir Alleluia. .Brackett
Easter Liturgical Service Gloria Patrl
Gloria In Excelcis scripture.
Hymn Christ, the Lord, Is Risen To
day Prayer: Hymn Yes, the Redeemer Rose.
Reception of Members.
Anthem Christ, Our Passover Chappie
Sermon Christ, the Resurrection.
Prayer: Response Father, Thou Art all
Hymn Here, at Thy Table, Lord We
Recessional The Song of God Goes
Forth to Win.
In the evening the Sunday school chil
dren, assisted by the vested choir, will
render the Easter cantanta, "The Stone Is
Rolled Away by Alleman." The choir will
sing the anthem "I Will go to the Altar of
God" by Protheroe.
Rev. M. H. Wilson will preach at th
I'nlon Christian church at 3 p. m. Sunday
school will be held at 2 p. m.
First . church of Christ, Scientist, will
hold services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.,
when the subject will be "Probation After
Death." Sunday school will be at 12:16 p.
m., and the regular mid-week testimony
meeting Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
Second church of Christ, scientist, will
hold services at 10:45 a. m.. In Woodman
hall In the Merrlam block, when the sub
ject will be "Probation After Death." Sun
day school will be at 11:45 a. m.. and the
usual mid-week testimony meeting Wed
nesday evening at 7:45 o'clock.
At the Swedish Lutheran church regular
services will be held at 10:30 a. tn. Sunday
school will be at noon. In the evening at
o'clock the children of the Sunday school,
assisted by the choir, will render an Easter
At the Swedish Baptist church. Rev. a.
D. Forssen, pastor, there will be services
at 10-S0 a. m. and at 8 p. m. The pastor
! will preach at both services. Sunday
school will be at noon and meeting of
Toung People's' union at 5:30 p. m. An
Easter program will be given and supper
will be served at S 30 p. m.
At the Second Presbyterian church the
pastor. Rev. Harvey Hosteller, will take
as the subject of his Easter sermon at the
morning service "The Risen I,ord." In the
evening the Sunday school will render an
The services at St. Francis Xavler's Cath
olic church on Easter morning will be In
keeping with the solemn' festival which the
church celebrates. Rev. Father Hmyth will
he assisted by a number of visiting priests,
and to accommodate the throng of worship
ers masses will be said at :30. 8 and 10:1')
o'clock, the last mass at 10:30 being a sol
emn high mass with a sermon on the resur
rection by Rev. McNelve, 8. J., of Crelghton
university. Music specially prepared will
be rendered by the regular choir of twenty
voices, assisted by Miss Charlotte Taylor,
soprano, and Mr. J. R. Gerke. tenor, under
th direction of Miss Lulu Tholl, organist,
Kyrle Marxo Op. 3
Gloria Mar so Op. 29
Trio Ven 1 1 Creator La HaVhe
Credo Millard B flat
Reglna Coell Berge
banrt us and Agnus Del. B flat Farmer
rental juarrn Clark
Wild duck, chicken and chicken pie,
prime rib of beef, short ribs and brown
potatoes, cream of tomato oup, radishes,
young onions, lettuce, olives, green pes,
lemou and rhubarb pie. pure, coffee with
pure cream. Don't let your mouth water.
but Just go to the Vienna restaurant, where
they cook everything In the finest style,
Just like mother used to.
ftqaabbl Over Fire Department.
Martin Newton, whom Chief Jones rec
ommended to an appointment In the depart
ment to fill the vacancy caused by his pro
motion to the position of chief, went to
work at No. I hose house yesterday, des
pite the fact that no aetton at th last
meeting of the city council aa
and we are doing all in our power to make it more so every day. We
we wish to always be on the advance, always to. have the best values.
you that as well as being "a pleasure to
make HUNTER'S your store. It is riot what you make, but it is what you save that accumulates wealth, I he
dollar you spend with the A. E. Hunter Company, will give you that contentment which comes from receiving
full value for every cent expended. Not only do you get an excellent value in every article you buy, but there is always something special, something extra
attractive bargain values in the true seuse of the term. ,
MKX'S FVKXISH1XO GOOOS.
Hav you seen the new effects In Spring; and Summer
Shirts? Medium and dark colors are ultra fashionable this
season, but we have many very neat light oneR. This Is one
of the 'finest assortments ever shown In the plain and
pleated bosoms and In the conventional negligee. Pat
terns and weaves original and exclusive. Workmanship and
fit thft very best. Wilson Bros., Cluett, Watichesetts, all
well known and popular the names alone stand for perfec-.
tlon In shirt making. These lines at $1.00, $1.25, $1.50,
$2.00 and $2. BO are second to none.
Ioitively the greatest Tallica In Men'a 50c Press Shirts In
America. Sounds pretty big when we talk of a line of 50c ,
shirts second to none in America. We hare the shirt
thousands of them, and we wish you to compare them witb
the shirts, you pay up to 75c for at other stores.
There Is style in Hunter's Neckties A magnificent as
sortment from which to select. All the latest shapes all
the most popular patterns in the silks from which they are
made. We offer you values at 25c and 60c which require
no words of ours to show their worth.
We carry full lines of the famous E. & W. Collars, sold
the country over at 25c each. It is a good price. Yes, but
it is also a good collar. It heads the list none better. We
also carry full lines of Cluett-Peabody Collars at 15c, 2 for
25c. The popular priced collars, and none better at the
. MEN'S HOSE.
The (treat special event of the season In Men's Fine Hose.
We were fortunate in securing a big concession in price from
a popular manufacturer by taking all their broken lota. We
are passing this great bargain right along to our patrons.
Most of this large assortment of fine hosiery Is regular 26c
values. Your choice at J fie a pair. We carry a splendid as
sortment of men's hose at 10c, 16c, 25c, 60c and 75c.
Science and stockings meet in "Cadet," the new wear .
proof stocking we sell at 25c. For boys and girls. who are
hard on their clothes it is just the thing. Re-enforced with
Irish linen wherever the rub comes no weak places any
where. We guarantee every pair. Send the boy for the
"Cadet" course in Jlu Jltsu, the Japanese art of self-defense.
He will like it and it is free. -
the recommendation of the new chief. It is
understood, however, that Chief Jones se
cured the promised support of a majority
of the councllmen, who will approve the
appointment over the head of the commit
tee. Why Sehnaoller A MarTIer Should Sell
First One price to everybody.
Second Ask no question as to your busi
Third Guarantee all roods a repsented
or refund the money paid.
Fourth Bell high grade pianos on pay
ments of from 3 to $5 per month.
Fifth In cae your first selection doe not
please you, we give you the privilege to ex
change until satisfied.
Sixth Selling the world's best pianos:
Stelnway & Sons, Steger Son. Emerson,
Ilardman, Gaylord, A. B. Chase, Davis &
Sons, Baus, Kurtzman, Mueller, Bradford
and twenty-three other.
Seventh Three months' free music le
ons with each piano sold.
Eighth Most lrnlcnt with their patrons
In sickness or misfortune.
Ninth Manufacturer of pianos and sell
at factory price.
Tenth Sell a 1300 piano for J1&5, on pay
ment of ti cash and $3 per month.
' Phone 36S; SOS Broadway, Council Bluff.
Economy pointer for piano buyer: One
price, no commission th Hospe plan. This
sum it all up, and the result Is, you get
the best there I for the money from the
factories of fifteen of the standard piano
maker of the world. We save you from
160 to $160 on a piano. A. Hospe Company,
33 South Main St., Council Bluffs.
Did it ever occur to you why there is
so many "Van Brunt" vehicle driven
around the streets of Council Bluffs? It
la because he sell nothing hut the best
quality, and if there. I anything wrong
he make, it good. That is worth some
thing, Isn't it?
If all the people of Council Bluffs should
call for Big A flour, the beat made, your
home mill would be obliged to run day and
night 366 day In the year and then could
not supply the demand and would employ
two shift of help who would get tbelr
wage every week and all profit be kept In
HtRh Grad rtaaoa, f 200.
We sell the celebrated Kingsbury piano for
er.t IJOft. Thl piano la without doubt on
if the best values ever offered to th pub
lic. It ran be bought on payments a low
a $10 cash $3 per month. Sinol and beau
tiful scarf included. Swanson Music Co.,
new location VT. Broadway.
For Sale Ten acre, near ear Una. Win
ell half or all; five acre In fruit; good
roads; good land: no buildings; $300 per
ere; make a nice home. I writ fir
Insurance. Wallace Benjamin. Room 1.
First Nst'l Bank bids. 201 offlc 'phone;
Black 1444 Re, 'phone.
Rara Takes Appeal.
The defense in the big Colorado mining
suit of James Dnyl against James K.
Burns, former president of the Portland
liuld Mining company, yesterday filed In
the district court notice of appeal from
the ruling of Judge Thornell overruling tea
Mtalut for a judgment
33-35 PEARL STREET
JOHN , BENO, President.
on the verdict returned In hi favor at th
last trial and from the court's ruling sus
taining the motion of the plaintiff for a
On account of the mild winter we har
left over a large stock of hard coal. - If you
re figuring on your next winter' supply it
will pay you to call us up. We have plenty
of Carney, Illinois egg and washed egg on
hand. Brldenateln & Smith, coal and wood.
Fourteenth Ave. and Sixth St. Tel. JSi
Investigate enr cheap land proposition In
eastern Colorado, $5 per acre for raising all
kind of crop; good oll; best of water;
delightful climate. Excursions first ' and
third Tuesday of each month. Send for
printed matter. F. C. Leasee, 124 Main
street. Council Bluffs, la. . v
When In search of "good things to cat"
don't overlook McAtee' . bakery depart
ment. Our line of bakery product 1 un
limited and unequalcd. "Colonial and 20ih
Century" bread (two new ones) are meet
ing with much favor and would tempt th
palate of the most exacting.
Ever' little bit help. And we can save
you uulte a little in money and time by
taking your carpet and rugs away and
cleaning them for you. Try It. We alo
make handsome ruga out of old carpets.
'Phone 616. Council Bluff Carpet Clean
ing and Rug Mfg. Co., 14 No. Main.
1 say cheapest because I sell the best
goods In the city for the price I ask for
them. Iron beds, mattings, gorarts, side
boards, bookcases, buffets, dinner set, lace
curtains and house furnishings. V. W.
Keller, 103 So. Main.
Shoe Repairing while you wait. We use
our shoe shop to advantage. Our store
has the latest up-to-date machinery. Half
sole sewed. 76c; half soles and heels, II.
Bring In your work at Sargent's Family
I now have my 1!16 bicycles on the floor,
ranging in price from $25 to $. Sell on
monthly payments. Old wheels taken in
trade on new ones. All kinds o( bicycles
repaired. Phone Red 1157. 8. M. William
son. 17 So.. ,l.a!n . .
Jensen A Nicholson, 13 West Broadway,
contract for painting. They use pure' whit
lead and Unseed oil. Now Is the time to
lei them do the wortc.'befofe the" rush cdm-'
mences. You ean get your work done right
tf you let them do If.
Corn cracker and English- toffee. H cent
a pound. Lacuma, a Turkish confection. 10
cent a ppund. Purity Candy Kitchen, 64t
West Broadway. O. C. Brown, manu
facturer of good candles.
Stepfather Willi Boy.
Acting .in a telenhone message to him
from Martin Bergemeler of Mapleton. Is.,
County Jailor-irallup-took I.. O. Mean-an. 1
the lot tern grnndson. a lad of 1 years,
from a Northwestern -passenger train on'Hs
arrival In this city Friday night and kept
the two at the -county Jail until ye-stertlay
morning. Martin Bergemeler I the boy's
stepfather.- the lad being 'the 'Son'of MeSris'
deceased m. Ths boy's -mother recently
Means, who is a man of 71 year of age.
finding hi homo with hi daughter-in-law
uncomfortable, owing to her hupbanif at
titude toward him, decided to ramov to
trade at Hunter's" it
Hunter's Dress Goods Department is filled to overflowing
with the newest and most popular weaves known to the
dress goods world.
It is no secret why we sell such splendid values nt such
low prices. We are always doing a large volume of busi
ness we shall do more and more as the people understand
our straightforward .way of doing business and that we do
exactly as we advertise.
We are agents for the celebrated Priestley's dress goods
none better made an absolute value in every yard.
See the values we offer in Dress Goods at 50c, in Mohairs,
Panamas, Serges, Henriettas, etc.
See the magnificent values at $1.00 in Panamas, Mohairs,
Prunellas, Crepe de Chines, Silk Warp Henriettas, Fancy
See o'ur $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75 fine Dress Goods.
We have splendid values in the cheaper grades of dress
goods, too 26c and Op. Also 26c and down for we start
the cotton weaves as low as 10c per yard.
Hunter's Suit Department is certainly one of the most
attractive spots in the big store. Here you will find the
most perfect creations known to the dressmaker's art.
Every garment faultlessly made. We show neat, service
able suits at $10.00, $12.60, $14.00 and $15.00 each, which
are stylish in effect and made from good materials, The
higher grades are more elaborate in. design, and it would
seem impossible to imagine more attractive costumes than
are here shown in an almost endless variety. Prices range
from $16.50 up to $45.00 each. See the beautiful costumes
W. A. MAURER, Secretary,
Oklahoma, where he ha landed Interests.
Th boy's mother consented that he should
accompany hi grandfather, but when
Bergemeler arrived home and found that
the lad had gone-away telephoned Jailor
Gallup, who Is a friend of the family, that
the grandfather had abducted the child.
Means wa permitted to continue his
Journey yesterday morning and the boy
was taken back to Mapleton by a daughter
of Jailor Gallup. Mr. Gallup asserted yes
terday that he had not plaoed Mean un
der arrest and had given him ono of the
family sleeping room In the jailor' pri
vate apartment In the county Jail.
A good lawn mower, 14-inch, for $2.60.
We alio have Caldwell mower, made by
the oldest lawn mower factory In America.
Come to us for garden tool of all kinds.
Paddock-Handschy Hdw. Co., 41 So. Main.
Th Title Guaranty and Trust company,
abstracter of title. Book data back to
1863. Book are ajl up to date. Work ac
curately and promptly done at lowest
price. Office opposite court house, 236 Pearl
street. Council Bluffs, la.
When In need of lumber, brick, cement,
plaster, lime, sand, rubberold and Amazon
roofing, In fact anything In building ma
terial, go to George A. Hoagland, 724 8.
Main St., where Quality and prices are
Have you called at the new wall paper
and art store? If not, you should do so
and see the new spring style at llcwet
son's wall paper and art store. Picture
framing a specialty.
Golf goods of all kinds Wright & Dit
on. Spauldlng and .Flndlay, clubs, tennis
racket and nets. We carry the largest
vsrlety In the city. Call and see them.
W. A. Maurer.
Our prices cannot' be beat on builders'
hardware. W erarry the largest stock In
the west and make a specialty of this de.
partment. Peterson & Sohoenlng Co.
Parties having house for rent or sale,
list them with Clifton-Walker Co. for quick
action.. Recent sale have greatly reduued
our list and w hsv customer waiting for
New vegetables, nice, tender letiuv
dnlon. "parsley nd rarrot.- They are all
fresh, juat brought Into market. John.
01on. '739-741 West Broadway.
Have You Tried It f
The self-lighting msntle It require no
matches. Call and ee It In use. W. A.
Maurer, sole agr-nt.
Spring term Western low collegt opens
next Monday.' Enroll then. '
If you prefer ' quality' to quantity and
baolute satisfaction to ourself, get
SCrtmlflt'" photo.' Always guaranteed tc
please. 'Phone 57; 408 Broadway.
' TVn't 'fail to' see ' our Easter display.
Everybody welcome. 521 Broadway.
N, T. Plumbing Co. - Tel. 250. Night, H.
We have opened the season with - th
finest line of carpets, rugs, lace curtains,
portlerres (rope and plain), linoleums, mat
ting that ha ever been brought to thl
are not content with "well enough
always to be in a
is also to your interest in
displayed in our Pearl street windows they speak hotter
than can words of ours as to their beauty of design and
completeness of finish.
time that there
dreK8es must bo
attention to our
gandies, fine Chambrays, Dimities, Madras, Mercerized
effects, Silk Taffetas, Silk Zephyrs, Eollennes, etc.
See the great valuo we offer in a Wash Batiste at 12V&C.
See the magnificent values we offer at 25c, 35c and 60c in
this unexcelled line of fine wash goods.
t In Ladles' and Misses' Jackets we have a range of style
and materials second to none and values which are not ex
celled by any store. . See our fine assortments in the
Novelty weaves, in short and three-quarter lengths, at
$6.00. $7.50, $8.00. $9.00, $10.00, $12.50 and up.
"It is a Pleasure to Trade at Hunter's."
The great event in Qouncil Bluffs for the season will bo
the. "Market Day and Spring Opening," Saturday April 21,
1906, when the merchants of Council Bluffs will entertain
the visiting thousands. You are cordially invited to make
your headquarters at the A. E. Hunter Company Store.
Fully one-half of our entire third floor will be fitted up as
a resting room come and meet your friends here.
Covalt's fine orchestra will ' render concerts Saturday
afternoon and evening on our second flfloor everybody,
cordially Invited. 1 '
A. E. HUNTER. Treasurer.
city.. Come In and Inspect for yourself.
Stockert Carpet Co.
HAN .44 ATTACKS OXE NEW LAW
Insist It Deprive Him of RlajTht In
Charles R. Hannan ha brought ult in
the district court here attacking the act
of the recent general assembly of Iowa
repealing and enacting a substitute for the
act passed by the general assembly In
April, 1904, entitled "An act to enable the
state of Iowa to sell or dispose of all
abandoned river channels and all land
within such abandoned river channels and
all sold bar and Islands In the navigable
waters of the state."
Under the act of 1904 Hannan filed for ap
plication for the purchase of about 1,000
acres lying on the west side of the Mis
souri river In what Ib known a Cut-off
and East Omaha. At the time of filing
the application he deposited with the secre
tary of state $1,000. Hannan' application
resulted In several suits, both In the dis
trict and the federal courts, which are now
The state leginlnture at Its recent ses
sion passed an act repealing the act of
1S04 and substituting one which was ap
proved by the governor April 6 of this
year. Thin new act gives the right of pur
chase to occupiers of abandoned river
channel lands for five years and requires
the state to sell the same to them after
the value of the land tins been determined
in an equity suit 1o be brotiRht by Ihn
state In the county In which the lands
are situated. When the value shall be de
termined the party making application for
the purchase shall be entitled to a deed or
Hannan sees In this new act a move on
the part of the occupants of the land
Which lie' dewlies to buy to bent him to
it. In his petition he asserts that the new
act Is null and void because it Is In viola
tion of the constitution of the I'nlted
States providing that no state nhall pass
any law Impairing the olillKatlon of any
contract, which ho assert the state en
tered into with tiltu under the former act.
He asks that the act be declared uncon
stitutional and void, that Secretary ,f
State W. B. Martin and Governor t'uiii
niins and their successors, who are named
as defi-ndants In the action, be rest ralix-il
from receiving or flllnn any application f,,r
the purchase of the land or any pnrt
thereof, for which he had previously tiled
an application to purchase and that the
governor ! ei, joined from Issuing any
deed or patent for sal. I land or any part
Judge Wheeler granted a temporary re
straining order as prayed for.
Heal Estate Transfers.
These transfer wire reported to The
Bee April II by the Title Guaranty and
Trust company of Council Bluffs:
I,. Christian Hondo and wife t- Ivter
Hondo, ti-4 n and i ft of nw
' n. 12-76-43. w d JoW
. . Clifton, r feree, to John H Vin
Cleave, lots H and . block IS. Brown's
uliillv and lots 6, 7 i,,,d s. Mo. k lu
Kerrv Hdd to Connell Itluft-- lu '
rfi n .-. . ,
u a i i...iu.
c l.,lnr.,-) IITIM Wl II, f, .
I.lndsey, und of lots and 10. block
7. Jeffcris' subdiv in Council Bluff.-.,
la., w d
Cyrus II. MrCorinlck and wife und
Charles Ix-ennif and wife u llenrv
J Nichols, lots I. , 3 'ind 4. block ft
Jtrynl (.'lark's add to Council
Bluffs. !.. w d
National Real Ksta'e and Improvement
Co. to John W. Scott, lot 22. U and
position to prove to
dollars and cents to
spring has mado people forget for the
la coming "oceans" of sunshine, when
"llcht as air" almost. We call especial
magnificent HHsortments of Hatistes, Or
34. block 7, Highland Place add to
Council Bluffs, la., w d 00
Florence Folsom Everest and husband
, to Robert ltousfleld, lots 8, 11 and 12
block S, Central subdiv to Council
Bluffs, la., w d 219
Six transfers, total $3,7fi
License to wed were Issued yesterday to
Name and Residence. Age.
James Armstrong, South Omaha !2
Girtie L. Myers, South Omaha ir
E. M. Noe, Henderson, la 32
Nellie Florence, Douglas, la 22
A. A. Summltt, Omaha 32
Anna Zanonl, Omaha 22
W. A. James, Council Bluffs .34
Catherine Constable, Walnut, la 2T
PAST WEEK I BI.t'KFS SOCIETY
Closing Week nf Lent ees Qnlet Time
Mrs. H. G. Chittenden of fiioux City
Is the guest of friends In Council Bluffs.
Mrs. George Trey nor of T)es Motne 1
visiting friend In the city for everI
Mrs. James Storrler of 223 North Twelfth
street will leave today for a visit In Woo4
Mr. George F. Wright has gone t D
buque on a visit to his daughter, Mr.
Mrs. John Schley of Persia. la.. Is vis
iting at the home of Mrs. Aldlnger, IW1
Mrs. Frank Ballenger left Thursday for
Denver. Colo., where she will be joined by
Miss Ethel Cook of Oakland avenue spent
the last week In Omaha, the guest of Mr.
Ad. hub and Mrs. Miller.
Mr. Allen Dudley Is home from the Uni
versity of Missouri at Columbia. Mo., to
spend hlH vitiation with his parents.
Mrs. W. M. Flederu-k of Marne, la , re
turned home yesterday after spending th
last week visiting friendu in this city,
Mrs. T. II. Evans. k Mill street, left
Friday evening for Mid. Uptown, O., wham
she was called by the Illness of her mother.
Miss Helen Baldwin of New York has
been in the Bluffs the last week with her
father, Mr. I C. Baldwin, en route for
Mrs. A. I'.. Eddy lias returned to her
honiH In Malvern, la., after a week's visit
with her daughter, Mrs. J. II. Covert, .i
Mrs. 11. C. Bliss of Lincoln avenue ha
as her guest Mrs. William oshorn T Bu
chanan. Mich., and Mm. Georgu Osborn
of a- Mars. la.
Me shi. i-'runk Ptnitli. Glen Hied and
Heed KlicK,i-nger. who are students at Uie
Iowa unlveislty at Iowa City, are home lor
the spring vacation.
The Afternoon club will be entertained
Thursday afternoon by Mrs. V. E. Tyson,
Mrs. Il.ilhi.iiiy ami Mrs. liu.uetie at Ilia
home or Mrs. Tyson.
Mrs. William M.-Cune, 230 (irahani ave
nue, entertained the member ol the Ho
lla I club of the t nltcl Coinnieri.ial Trav
eler at tarda last night
Mn. Ed l. l-trown of lilen avenue enter-
laitit-ii ijiionnany hi oinner luursniy even
ing in honor of Mrs. W. M. Frederick uf
Maine, la. 'overs were laid for eight.
Rev. and Mrs. . W. Snyder anuuunce
the engagement of their (laughter, Mis
Klvla. In Mr. Carl Fiedeijik rilough of
( nlcago, tin. wcddirg to take plain June l.
Mrs. F. A. Fisher of North First street
was surprint d Thursday afternoon by
twelve ol her neignhom and tin mis. 'Tim
guests all tame in fancy dies. costume.
A luncheon wa served.
Mrs. J. M. rilvetit-r received u tele
gram yeatfiday morning staling that her
husband, who lias for tne last four yea is
la-en III the Plniii,iiies. had landed In be
anie and would arrive bhorlly lu Council
K 1 - I m,...,
..... .no nigcr, ,110 ttii-n avenua
Iiuiniier of friends Kridav
r ot ids cousin. u.u iJ,.
evening In hon-
of tinti.-aiH.lls. Mn-i..
i v i d as t tie main I
. i tne evening.
1 hose present wure Mr. KJgdon, Mr. Jrkt,
. i r i lie evenli
Continued on boventh Paaet
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