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TITE 0MAT1A' DAILY BEE: MONDAY, APHIS 1WT.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
Office, 10 rearl
Davis sells drug.
Storkert sella carpet.
r,d Rogers' Tony rauet besr. j
numbing and heating. Blrby at gen. .
Drs. Woodbury, oentlst. an Pearl stret
Woodrlng Undertaking Company. Tel. K.
Lwls Cutler, funera' director. 'Phone (7.
Diamond-as an investment- Talk te
J.?rert about It.
l'yrography outflte and supplies. C. K.
Alexander. 233 B way.
Coatmakers wanted at Hicks, II Tearl
M.. Council Bluffs. Ia.
"print term Western Iowa college open
next Monday. Enroll then.
Tinners and plumeri wanted. Bpcncer, l&l
m 'it Itrosdway, Council Bluffa, Ia.
Special order work. Jewelry and watch
i ''Polling of a high quality at DcfTert's.
Wanted Ambitious young Indira to pre
liara at Western Iowa college tor positions.
For Imported wines, liquors ana cham
Ijagne, D. Roaenfeld company. BIB Main Bt.
Wanted-All K. O. T. M a. to bring the.r
hoea (or repair to curls Loseth at 2t
SIX per cent mortgages on real estate
(or sale. Absoluts security. Clifton
Do you want a good soda? Well, lust
so to Clark a Drug Co.; ha s got the beat
in the city.
Htar chapter. Royal Arch Maiona, will
meet thle evening for work in. the mark
The MRU school will hold its annual
field meet Friday afternoon, May t, at
the Driving park.
Peterson, the Oun snd Locksmith, will
move to his own building May 1, and
i'Q AVest Broadway.
If you want your fire Insurance to In
sure have Clifton-Walker Co. writs It In
Moving vans and Wagona; atovea stored.
.Neeblit a Transfer and Storage. Tel. $4.
vjfnce, JJ1 Broadway.
The Aid aoclety of the Royal Neighbors
of America will meet Friday afternoon at
the home of Mia. P. II. Wind.
The only up-to-date shoe repair ahop In
the city. Shoes haif-soled while you wail,
.Ac. Bargent's Family Shoe Btore.
The Turlty Candy Kitchen, 6 West
Broadway, has tne reputation of making
ihe best ice cream In Council Bluffa.
'20 per cent discount at Duncan & Dean'a,
-.1 Main Bt., co. Bluffs., for the nest ten
nays. Come and aee the bargains we are
Bquirs A Annls, money to loan; cssh on
rtand, no delay; city and farm property for
Mile on catty terms 01 payment: Utiles, lul
Yea, wall paper, that's what we carry
and do the wont right and the price right,
im. Call up telephone t83. Burwlck, ill
.ith Main street.
James Hunter, cashier of the German-
American bank at Mlnnen. Ia.. is saiu to
,m a possible candluate for the nomination
t county treasurer.
Mr. W. H. Pontius and daughters, Jes-
riv mm Aima, nave heen calleu to learned.
Jan., hy the death of Mrs. J. C. Pontius,
iuniHTiy oi inia cuy.
To Uie Chicken Kaiser: Don't scrap with
your neighbors. Fence thorn up. We havs
ine beat assortment o. poultry fenoe ever
uari'iea in ins cuy. v.. ttarr.
Do not sell your old Iron, copper, brass
ana oid rubbers before you see uo. We pay
, li..r . . . It ' , l.T.
w iui iiv. in mlk. 1 1 1 r i j iron, w.
ivauieman, eat B. Main. Tel. sou.
H. M. Williamson, bicycles, aewlng ma
chines, bdison pnonographs, records. He-
puj-ing machines and bicycles a specialty.
6. Main Bt., Council Biufts. Ia.
Wt havs the finest Una of sample monu
ments to select (rom in the west. BLeely
utni iuuioie ana uranue works, M
uasi uioauway, Council Bluffs, la.
Wanted Ambitious young men u prepare
at "VVeiuern Iowa vullege tor Doaltlona.
Kuss--uur ubuvI luuiu i rooiu-eixe rugs
la now complete. A lame Una of the moat
lU'Siiabio pmterna nw ready for your In-
peuiou. in Kener-Farnawortu Furni
'i he beat meal In the city for the money
. . home cooking, home made bread and rolis,
M.oinu Hindu uies: best of coffe and cream.
meats rouKeu to suit our customers. Vienna
esiaurant, 414 w. Broadway.
Andrew H. Larson of Hasel Dell town
ship ia to have a hearing today before
ouugn wneeier on a cnargs or. inebriety
The tntorrnauon Was hied by Mrs. Mar
garet Larson. Larson spent Bunday In
tn county jau.
Members of Fidelity council. Royal
Arcanum, navs Deen invvited to attend a
reception, given by Cmou pat-lllo council,
Omaha, tine evenlna to the dcDutv su
preniu regent In Itulirbough college nuild-
ng. iieiiuicrs from hero will meet at the
Uiand. hotel at i.ji) p. m.
Kev. W. D. Price, paator of Ep worth
Methodist churcn, haa accepted a call to
thn pautorate of the Methodist church at
Willow bpringa. N. 1. A meeting of the
congregation ha been called tor thla
evening, and It la said a rail will be ex
tended to Kev. Mr. Webster of Omaha.
Thomas K. Virtue, aged t yeara, died at
Ills reniuvure, 7 ID Firet avenue, after a
short lliuvaa. his wue, two sons, Clar
ence and Hubert Virtue, and one daugh
ter, Mrs. Bert HuflaKtr, all of this city,
survive nun. The remains will be taken
to Silver City, Is., touay for Interment.
Wllilam K. Hoyt, Jr., son of William E.
Hoyt, jd-u Avenue B, died yesterday, aged
15 yeata. Deceased waa stuierlntenuent of
lbs Consolidated Construction company of
this city. Bervices will be held at the fam
ily residence Tuesday morning at 10
o clock, loilowing which the remains will
be taken to Lov eland, la., for burial.
Special sale thla week on Buster Brown's
gocatls, l.j. ixjitt miss this sale. Kegiii
lar puce, fu. Bwane Sl Mauer, B way.
Clias. T. Ofhcer is Selling some line bar
gains ,n dwellings and vacant lota out of
the long lint of pioperty be haa In his hands
to sell, people who havs become tired of
paying rent are buying norma from him.
Those who can should taks advantage of
Fine saitipie of lacs curtains from lVfe to
1 yards lung; a snap, Jms a sample. Hops
anu pluin portieres, matting, ruga, latecs
patterns. Linoleum from two to four
yarda we can make to tit your room all In
one piece. Btuckert Carpet company, ioe-I
Vtt Broadway. Council Blurta. la.
"Caldwell lawn mowera," the best In the
world, U W to Hi oo. Did you ever stop
to tiiink thst Wm. Caldwell of the Cald
well Manufuciunng Co. mads the first lawn
mower In America He did. and this com
pany Is still making the best lawn mowers
In the world. Psddock & Handsuhy Hdw.
C, ixclualvs agents.
Our business s selling pianos and wln
nnlg by strict business methods, no de
ception, the same price to all and giving
the In shent poalble values for the money
paid us. We have been trying 11 tor many
rara, and our custumera nave learned
tim value of reliability. Our guarantee ia
Inconiestible. The A. Hospe Co., si Bo.
The second trial of James Arthur, charged
with being Implicated In the attempt to
blow the safe of the Treynor bank on Janu
ary , 1S6. Is aligned fur today In district
court. Arthur's alleged accomplice, John
Bernstein, pleaded guilty and was sentenced
to tn years In the penitentiary at tort
Mft.tiartn Arthur wsa ei ini'tr! e4 and riven
rr.L. k..i ....rf .nrf ik. ....
Arthur waa convicten ana given
IT.-me court sent the raa pack lor a new
A meting of Group No. S. District Bank
ers' ao lution haa twen called fur this city
tm May 14. Attorney Funnel Tinley haa
leen Invited to deliver Hie address of wi-
come. W. H. jonnson. cnnliier oi me mate
Havings bunk of Logan, la chairman of tit.'
sroup and L. D. tiooii'lch. cashier of the
State bank of Neoia. Is secretary. There
are 16 banks In the territory embraced In
Uro'jp No. 6 and attendance of alout sixty
hankers Is expected at the meting.
Openlagr of tn Independent Tel.
. phase Company's Balldlags.
The Independent Telephone company will
r,idi it. n.w hulMln. Noa. 31 and 33 South i
Main atreet. on Monday, and every cltlsen
I 1 1 . a A mmM lmm S Ik. SilllM .
Is invited to attend and Inspect the build
Ing and equipment. The switchboard will
be operated for tbe purpose of Illustrating
the method of handling calls and every
facility will be afforded to visitors to en
lighten themselves as to the operation of
a modern telephone plant. The opening Is
planned to precede the actual Installation
of telephones In order to enable the com
pany to give visiters every attention with
out interfering with service. Musle and
icfreshmenis will be provided.
pring term Western Iowa college epeos
a it Monday. Enroll then.
ti. V. Plumbing Co. Tec 36 Nig at, an.
Bt. TM. 43.
PEOPLE ARE URCED TO GIVE
Msm Meetinc at Hew 1 better Productm
of Email Result, Howcrer.
DAY IS SPNT PACKING SUPPLIES
Carload of Headlan ana tlothlag Ei-
peeted to Be Ready (or For
nardlaa- Not Later Than
' resents live of the league, spoke In the
While the mass meeting yesterduy after- I morning at the First Presbpterlan church
noon at the New theater, under the i and In the evening at the Second Presby
ausplcea of the California relief committee, terlan church, while Dr. McCaeh spoke In
brought out a gathering which filled the ! the evening at the First Christian church,
first floor. It was noticeable that 95 per I In explanation of what the Antl-aaloon
cent of those preaent were women. As a i league had accomplished the speakers said
reault of the meeting the committee's fund
waa Increased H60. Of this t!8.60 was
contributed In casb and $24 In pledges.
Rev. F. A. Case, pastor of the First Bap
tist church, presided and short talks were
made by Mayor Macrae, Rev. James O'May,
pastor of the Broadway Methodist church;
Senator C. O. Saundera and Charlss M.
Hsrl. Both Mayor Macrae and Rev. O'May
dwelt strongly on the point that the dis
aster In Ban Francisco called for a lib
eral response from the people of Council
Bluffs In return for the magnificent man
ner In which the boys of the Fifty-first
Iowa volunteers were treated during their
stay In that city, both on going and re
turning from the Philippines. Rev. W. B.
Ctemmer, Rev. W. N. Graves and Rev. O.
W. Bnyder assisted in the exercises, while
Mrs. Robert Mullls contributed a vocal
At a meeting of the executive commit
tee following the mass meeting In the opera
house It wss suggested that an effort be
made to secure a carload of provisions.
Including potatoes, onions end other non
perishable vegetables. Nothing definite,
however, was decided about this and the
matter will be brought up again at the
meetings of the full committee this morn
ing at 10:30 o'clock In the rooms of the
The members of the woman's commit
tee worked hard the greater part of Sun
day packing the clothing and bedding
which they had collected. The women ex.
pect to be able to send forward a carload
of clothing, blankets and other bedding
not later than Tuesday.
The Union Pacific has placed a car at
the disposal of the committee and will
send It to the coast as soon as it Is loaded.
The collection at the Broadway Metho
dist church yesterday morning amounted to
1 .08 and"lhat at the First Christian
church about $12. The other churehee have
not yet reported to Treasurer True.
Blwffa Feople In 'Frisco.
Nat C. Browning, a former resident of
Carroll county, this state, was at the
Orand hotel yesterday en route from Los
Angeles, Cal., where he at present re
sides, to Des Moines. He was accompanied
by his mother. On the train here they
met a young woman and a yotftig man,
refugees from San Francisco, who escaped
from the stricken city with nothing but
the clothes they had on their backs and
enough money to pay their way to Chi
cago, where they have relatives. At the
suggestion-of her son; Mrs. Browning ac
companied the young couple from Council
Bluffs to Chicago 1n order to see that their
wants on the Journey were supplied.
Mrs. B. M. Jaekson. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Llpe, Is anxious about the
ssfety of her husband. Dr. Jackson, who
was called to Ban Francisco about April
1 by the serious Illness of his father, who
was In a hospital there. Nothing has been
heard from Dr. Jackson since the disaster
and all efforts to reach him by telegraph
havs seemingly failed. Mrs. Jackson ex
pected her husband to leave San Fran
cIsco last Wednesday.
William Mattal, formerly tralnmastrr of
the Omaha division of tbe Great Western
railroad, now superintendent of terminals
at Oelweln, passed through Council "Bluffs
Saturday en route to San Francisco. His
family was visiting there and he has been
unable to get any word from them.
Mr. Henry Ott of "Lincoln avenue Is
much worried over her son, Henry Ott,
who was employed In the Southern Pacific
headquarters In San Francisco. Efforts to
communicate with him have failed so far.
Chicago Cottage Organ, four sets of
reeds and octave couplers, eleven stops,
high top. walnut cass. Price. $22.
Estey Organ, four sets, of reeds, nine
stops, high top, walnut case. Price $26.
Schults Organ, four sets of reeds, eight
stops, octave couplers, high top, with big
mirror, walnut case. Price I3J.
Far r snd A Votey Organ, four seta of
reeds, eleveu stops, octave couplers, high
fancy top, with mirror, oak case. Price 3R.
Schults Organ, four seta ef rseds, eleven
stops, octsvs couplers, high fancy top,
with mirror. Pries. $37.
Bchmoller & Mueller Organ, four sets of
reeds, eleven stops, octave couplers, vox
humana. high fancy top with French
plate mirror. Price, $43.
Sold for cash or payments of $3 cash
and cents per week.
BCHMOLLER A MUELLER PIANO CO..
'Phone lot. 50$ Broadway, Council Bluffs.
Norway and Swedish Imported goods,
finest dellkatease anchovls. Sio a keg. Nor
wegian smoked sardines In olive oil, ths
finest and cleanest sardine put up, 16c a
can. Norwegian sennep or mustard, the
finest mustard made, '20o a can. Imported
Swedish summer sausage, per lb., BW. We
guarantee these goods to be strictly Im
ported goods. J. Olson, 739 and "4i W.
xv n-var fa.il to alva absolute satiafac-
tton. carpets cleaned oy our sanitary
process are thoroughly cleaned. We take
them from your floor and relay tnem. iou
have no trouble or annoyance. Call up
Hi and sse how cueap we do It. The Coun-
! ell Bluffs Cleaning and Rug Mfg. Co., 21 N.
High tirade rtaaoa, gvoo.
We sell the celebrated Kingsbury piano for
rv. tx. This piano la without doubt one
jf ths best values ever oflervd to the pub
lie. It can be bought on payments as low
as $10 cash-$6 per month. Stool and beau
tiful scarf Included. Swanson Muslo Co.,
new location 407 Broadway.
4 (h of Councll Bluffs mould
wall for Big A flour, the best made, your
home mill would be obliged to run day and
night 306 days In the year and then could
not supply the demand and would employ
two shifts of help who ' would get their
wage every week and all prods be kept In
Malm felines Htr.vrrrtl,
The police yistuday found a box which
had contained twtnty-f ur palra of shoes
and another box supposed to have con
tained twelve pairs, of which eight pairs
were still In It, In Dalston's pasture near
ths tracks of the Great Western. It Is
thought they may be part of the proceeds
vt the robbery of freight cars in Mlss4
Valley. Two strangers giving the names
of Tom Brown and George Lewis wers ar
reeted shortly after in a Broadway restau
rant and they, with Mike Kerns and Frank
Bnyle, the two auppects arrested Satur
day evening, will be tsken to Missouri
Valley today. The shoes found yesterday
were consigned to Hayward Bros, of
ATI-AI.OO LKAGI K 19 ACTIVE
amber af Palplts Oeewpled hy
Dr. I. N. Cosh, Dr. A. L. Frlsble an
Attorney John M. Houser, representative
of the Iowa Antl-saloon league, were In
Council Bluffs yesterday and spoke at
several churches on the work of the lea-
gue. Dr. Friable spoke both morning and
; evening at the First Congregational
I church. Mr. Houser. who is the legal rep-
It had helped to make ths saloon men un
easy because they had come to realise
that they were encountering a force which
means business and which has destroyed
that sense of security the saloon men had
felt In the past. It haa been the mean of
disseminating literature through the state,
haa held 912 meetings during the past year
and bad helped to carry on 100 prosecu
tions against saloon men who were violat
ing the law against Joints, which had no
pretense ef legality for their existence and
operations and against druggists who were
making use of their permits to convert
their counters Into bars. It has afforded
an opportunity for the affiliation Of all
temperance people of all political parties
and had been the means of encouraging
temperance people by demonstrating that
something could be done Xo check the
liquor trade by concerted and persistent
Reference was mado to the "time limit"
bill, which the league had succeeded In
having passed by the recent legislature.
This bill provides that permits shall be
limited to five years, at the expiration of
which new permits will havs to be ob
tained. The passage of this bill, the speak
ers said, had been responsible for the per
sons who had proposed to erect a big
brewery In Des Moines ' changing their
minds, they fearing to Invest any large
amount of money In such an enterprise
with the uncertainty of obtaining a per
mit at the expiration of five years.
For Bale Ten acres, near car Una. Win
sell half or alt; five acres In fruit: good
roads; good land: no buildings; 1300 per
acre; make a nice home. I write fire
Insurance. Wallace Benjamin, Room L
First Nat'l Bank .Bids. 203 office 'phone;
Black 1444 Rea. 'phone.
Lecture on Christian Sclewee.
There will be a lecture on Christian Sci
ence at New theater by Hon. Edward A.
Kimball of Chicago, on Tuesday eve.. May
1, under the auspices of Second Church of
Christ (Scientist) of Council Bluffs. Ad
Investigate our cheap land proposition In
eastern Colorado. IS per acre for raising all
kinds of crops; good soil; best of water;
delightful climate. Excursions first and
third Tuesdays of each month. Send for
printed matter. F. C. Lougee, 114 Mala
street. Council Bluffs, la.
"When In search of ."good things to eat
don't overlook McAfee's bakery depart
ment. Our line of bakery products is un
limited and unsqualed. "Colonial and 20th
Century" bread (two new ones) are meet
lug with much favor and would tempt tba
relate of the most exacting.
tt pays to buy goods with a reputation
and a history that mean "Van Brunt ve
hicle!." Tou use one once and. you will
here no other; enough said. Remember the
place, 12 to 24 24th St. The Big Buggy
Xw f'hurrh Organised.
Rev. Marcus P. McClure and Rev. Har
vey Hostetler, pastors of the First and
1 Second Presbyterian churches of this city
respectively, organised a Presbyterian
church at McClelland, Ia., yesterday after
non. For the present the new congre
gation will hold services In a hall, but
expects to be able to erect a house of
worship this summer. Rev. F. D. Haner,
pastor of the Presbyterian church at Ne
ola, will hold services Sunday afternoon
st McClelland. The pastors from Council
Bluffs were driven to McCelland and back
by former Councilman L. A. Casper In
his automobile and this caused Rev. Mr.
Hostetler on hie return to remark that ha
believed it was the first Presbyterian
church to ba opened by an automobile.
. , y .
When In need of lumteer, brick, cement,
plaster, lime, sand, rubberold and Amazon
roofing. In fsct anything In building ma
terial, go to George A. Hoagland. 724 8,
Main St., where quality and prices are
Th Title Guaranty and Trust company,
abstracters of titles. Books date back te
18&3. Books are all up to data. Work ac
curate Jy and promptly done at lowest
prices. Office opposite court house, 236 Pearl
street. Council Bluffs, Ia.
I say cheapest because I sell the best
goods In the city for ths price I ask for
them. Iron beds, mattings, goearts. tide
boards, bookcases, buffets, dinner sets, lace
curtains and house furnishings. D. W.
Keller, 103 So. Main.
Parties hsvlng houses for rent or sale,
list them with Clifton-Walker Co. for quick
action. Recent sales have greatly reduced
our list and ws have customers waiting for
If you prefer quality to quantity and
absolute satisfaction to yourself, get
Schmidt's photos. Always guaranteed to
please. 'Phone 367; 403 Broadway. '
Garden rakes, 20c. 30c. 4sc, 5c each; gar
den hoes, 20c up to 76c; garden spades from
40c up. Peterson ai Schoenlng company.
Grave. lu Pearl St., has switches from
$! up Call and see them.
Cra op Oalckty Cnred.
A few doses of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy bring surprising results when a
child shows symptoms of croup. There Is
no cause for alarm when this medicine is
In the house, as It rarely takes more than
three or tour doses to bring about a com
plete cure. It has never failed even In tbe
most severe and dangerous cases and DO
horns where there are small children can
afford to ba without It.
DIAMONDS Ed holm, lath and Harvey.
Milwaukee As.emblya.an Aealted.
MILWAUKEE. Wis.. April 22. -Assemblyman
Fred II. Hurtling was today adjudged
pot guilty or accepting a bribe by a Jury
in the municipal court. Hartung was In.
dieted by the last grand Jury charged with
bribery In 1301 In connection with a county
contract wheu be was a member of the
board of eupervlsors. Other indictments
art rmmliixs a aJul liartung,
WORK FOR SUPREME COIRT
Number of Appeals in Harder Oftieg Up for
AMANA SOCIETY CASE ON THE DOCKET
Cam ml as Has Big; Lead In Delegates
So Fnr geleeted, kal Kane af Cnn
ties In s Called "Reserva
tlon" Hst Vet (elected.
(From a Btait Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, April 22. (8peclal.)-Bome
of the most Important cases ever presented
to the supreme court will be submitted at
the May term of court, which opens May 3.
Among the cases there are four murder
esses, besides the case agalnxt the Aniana
society, In which It Is sought to compel
the society to incorporate. Among the
murder cases Is the case of John Harden
of Decatur county, charged wtlh the murder
of W. E. Bracewell. They w-ere neighbors,
and Bracewell's cattle got Into Hayden's
field. Bracewell rode over on a horse to
drive them out and Hayden shot him as
he sat on the horse. Harden had served
a term In the Kansas penitentiary before
coming to Iowa. Another murder case
comes from the same county and Is that
against Charles "Woodard, charged with the
murder of his wife, supposedly to get her
life Insurance. The case of Millard Buck
of Jasper county, who Is charged with
murder and pleaded Insanity, will be sub
mitted. Since his conviction he has been
confined In the Insane ward of the peni
tentiary. Another case Is that against WHUnm H.
Moore of Muscatine county, who Is accused
of having ridden a horse onto an old man
who was attempting to aaslst htm in
capturing a loose horse In the streets. Still
another Is the famous Blydenburg case
from Hardin county on a petition for a re
hearing. He Is accused of wife murder.
There are two murder cases from Tolk
county, one the Charles Thomas case, on
the charge- of 1 murdering Mabel Scoffield,
and the case against Neal Matthews, a
negro, who ia accused of a double murder.
All seven- men are under sentence of life
Among other important cases to be sub
mitted are those against the Amana society,
a religious organisation, owning several
sections of land and a number of villages
and millions of property In Iowa county.
The society has escaped taxation on the
ground of being a religious society and
taxpayers have brought suit to force the
society to incorporate or disband. The
society won In the lower court.
The case against Day Dunning bt Ring
gold county, charged with receiving de
posits when his bank was Insolvent, and
the case of Shaw against the city council
of Marshalltown, Involving the soldier's
preference law, on an application for a re
hearing, will also be submitted.
Cannulas Lends In Delegates.
Conventions of the republican party In
a number of the most Important counties
of ths state will be held this week as
Monday, April 23 Cerro Gordo conven
tion, Carroll convention.
Tuesday. April 24 Monona convention.
Jasper convention for district and congres
sional delegates only.
Wednesday, April 2;V Dubuque convention.
Thursday, April SU Ringgold primaries,
Howard convention, Ida caucuses, Guthrie
Buturdav. April 2--Deiwaro convention
Butler primaries, Wright - primaries, Ida
Up to Saturday night caucuses and con
ventions ha dbeen held In twenty-four of
the ninety-nine counties of the state, re
suiting as follows:
M ad I son
Palo Alto ....
The big feature of the the state fire
men's turnament at Clinton, June 18 to
22, this year will be a race between the
champion fire teams of Iowa and Illinois,
Lincoln now holds the championship fire
team of Illinois and Des - Moines the
championship team of Iowa. The
Illinois tournament ' will be held before
that In Iowa, and the race will be on the
last day ef the Iowa tournament between
the championship teams of this year.
Jack and Jack, the champions of the Iowa
tournament, will be in the race again
this year. Clinton has organised an as
soclatlon for the purpose of taking care
of the tournament with prominent busi
ness men filling the offices. It Is under
stood among the firemen that Council
Bluffs will not only attend with Its
famous team Midnight and Dynamite,
but will havs a second team. There Is
considerable mystery as to this second
team and some of the departments in
other cities have the Impression that the
team Is decidedly fast and likely to prove
May Be Mastered On.
General Thrift' hss Issued an- order serv
lng notice on the First Signal Corps com
pany of the National Guard, located In
In this city, that unlesa there Is a marked
Improvement In the company's work at
ones the company -will be mustered out.
Under the new methods of the depart
men companies are rated as excellent, very
good, good, fair snd subject to muster
out and the old method of rating com
panics by per cent has been abandoned.
The Flr.t Signal company of this city
served In the Philippines.
Ke.tdenee at Adams.
ADAMS. Neb., April 22. (Specla!.)-The
residence of M. J. Klllen on Main street
was damaged by firs ft. 1 o'clock this
morning while the family was at church
The furniture was destroyed and the wood
work of the Interior of the house badly
scorched. Willing hands with buckets and
fire extinguishers smothered the flames
The furniture was fully nsured - ml the
house psrtly Insured. The flie caught from
the kitchen stove.
Hotel at t'aencr.
CASPER. Wyo.,' April 22.-t8pclal Tele
gram.V Fire was discovered hi the Grand
Central hotel this morning about 1 o'clock
The explosion of a can of floor oil on a
stove in the bar room cuused the fire. The
fire department responded to the alarm and
did good work In checking the flames In a
few minutes. The damage was about 3v00
and Is covered by Insurance.
Cfcnreh at lawn City.
IOWA CITY, la., April 22 -(.Special Tele
tarn.) lbs Methodist tbjicti was d
atroyed here this morning. The lose Is
divided between the Heme of New Tork
with $8,500 and the Hartford of Hartford
PICKETING BILL NOT LIKED
One Man Raters strong; Objection to
Fropoaed Un Asked by
LONDON, April 21. t8pedl Cablegram
to The Bee.) A lively controversy Is going
on between men like Sir Oeorge Llvesey,
chairman of the South Metropolitan Gas
company, and Sir Godfrey Luihlngton and
the representatives of the trade unions on
the subject of the new trade union legisla
tion. Sir George Llvesey declares that the
picketing section of the new legislation Is
outrsgeous and on ths face of It an ab
"I have said this." contlnued81r George,
and I shall repeat, if they want to give
or receive Information or peecefully per
suade, let them be content with sending one
or two men outside the gates of the prem
ises where the strike Is on and not be al
lowed to attend In any large body outside
any man's house. To talk of attending In
large numbers outside any man's house, to
glva or receive Informstion or peacefully
persuade Is nonsense. The attendance of a
large body of men at such a place can only
be for one purpose Intimidation of the man,
his wife and children. That Is ths worst
and most cowardly part of the picketing
Sir Godfrey Lushlngton. in an interview.
said: "Does the House of Commons know
the real meaning of Mr. Hudson's bill on
trades union dlsputsT Does It realise the
effect of the following clause: 'An action
shall not be brought against a trade union
or' other association aforesaid for the re
covery of damago by any person of persons
by reason of the action of a member or
members of such trade union Or other trade
'To. my, mind that Is as If a trade union
dynamited Its adversaries, expelled them by
violence, burned down a mill, wrecked a
train the funds of the union perhaps the
very funds by means of which the outrage
has been committed it is as If all these
things shajl be exempt from liability to
make reparation. Collective liability being
thus excluded and Individual liability in the
case of workmen being nominal only. It ap
pears as though trades unions shall, so far
as civil remedies are concerned, be licensed
to commit any crime whatsoever."
Last Saprema Effort.
In a last supreme effort to cure Consti
pation, Biliousness, etc., tske Dr. King's
New Life Fills. 25 cents. For sale by
Sherman tt McConnell Drug Co.
When you have anything to trade, ad
vertise It In the "For Exchange" column
on The Bee want ad page.
NOS. ' W75-M64-A elMFLE 6HIRT WAIST
The woman who haa household duties or
business to attend to during the morning Is
always glad of a simple gown which Is
easily made and tubbed. Here la just ths
thing for such a dress and suitable to duck,
linen, percale or lawn, as well as a light
wool or taffetas. It consists of a shirt
waist which escapes absolute plainness
only by Its thise tucks on the shoulder In
front, which provide a modish fullness. The
skirt is a new seven-gored one which fits
smoothly over the hips and has a full rip
ple about the lower edge. The Idea of trim
ming suggested In the drawing might be
followed, using the plain material in bands
about the lower edge. A collar and belt of
silk would add to Its attractiveness. In the
medium site the pattern ealls for 10tt yards
of Ss-liu h material.
No. 47S-61ses, JJ to 44 Inches, bust meas
ure. No. 4M-Sises. to 32 Inches waist.
Ths price of these patterns la 10 cent A
but either win be sent upon receipt of
For the accommodation of readers of The
Bea these pelterns, which ususlly retail at
'from 15 to to cents esch, will be furnished
at the nominal pries of 10 cents. A supply
Is now kept at our office, so those who
wish any pattern can get It either by call
ing or enclosing 10 cants, addrasssd "Pat-
Ltcrn uepsrtment, Omaha See, Omaha, Nee
is the foundation nnd
the principal essential for a reAlly
The King of Bottled Beers
is brewed from the choicest Barley-Malt obtainable,
in combination with Select Hops and Special quality
Yeast. In consequence it has the exquisite taste,
the mellowness and the delicious flavor which can
be found in no other Beer.
Radwelser Is brewed gnd bottled
t the Home Plant oi the
St. Louis. U. S. A.
GEO. KRUG, Manager.
Because It's the Richest, This Is the World's
Not the cheapest price per acre, though that's low.
But so rich that it raises the best and largest
crops per acre and almost any kind of crop.
Read Uncle Sam's agricultural report on the end
less fertility of
SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY
Crops and price considered, it's the cheapest
land in the world.
Go yourself, see the land, what it raises,
Talk to the people. See their prosperity.
You can gee more in less time via the
because there's more to see, and you eave both time
For full Information inquire t
UTV TICKET OFFICE, 1824 FARXAM ST.
Thone Douglas 834.
NICHT CHICAGO TRAIN
Number 12 -
TAKE DINNER AT HOME.
leaves Omaha ."..SiOS p. m.
arrives Chicago.. 9:03 a. m.
DAY CHICAGO TRAIN '
leaves Omaha ......7:25 a. m.
arrives Chicago ...8:45 p. m.
AFTERNOON CHICAGO TRAIN
leaves Omaha. .......3:45 p. m,
arrives Chicago ...7:00 a. m.
Tickets, berths, folders, rates and information at
City Ticket Office. 1502 Farnam 6t.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fair Todar ia Nebraska, Warmtr la
East PaMIob Showrrs a Cooler
Tsalght or Tomorrow.
WASHINGTON, April 22.-Foroast of th
weather for Monday and Tuesday:
For Nebraska and South Dakota Fair
Monday, warmer In east portion; showers
and cooler at night or Tuesday.
For lows Fair and warmer Mmiduy;
For Missouri Fair and warmer Monday;
Tuesday fair, warmer In east portion.
For Ksr.sss Fair Monday and Tuesday.
For Wyoming Fair In east, showers and
cooler In west portion Monday; Tuesdsy
fair, cooler In east portion!
For Cslorado Fair Monday, cooler In
west portion; Tuesday fair, cooler In eat
OFriCIi OF TUB WEATHER Bl'RKAl,
OMAHA, April 22 Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day of the lust thtec
years: 11. 1.. lf. 1..
Mftkirnum temperature M U I: 14
Minimum temperature.... 4H 42 40 41
Man tumperature M bt bt U
Precipitation Oi .flu .91 .D
Temperature and precipitation departurs
from the normal at Omaha since March 1,
and comrl(Kins with, the last two yeara:
Ieparturi for th day
Total deficiency since March 1...
Deficiency for the day
Precipitation since March I
Deficiency since March 1
Deficiency for cor. period In 1.
Deficiency for cor. period In 19o4.
Reports from Statloas at
. .It Inc h
. tl Inch .
. .U Inch
. .46 Inch
r r. m.
Station and State Tui.ip. Mas.
of Weather. 7 p. m. Temp.
I.lsmarck. cleitr 4 i .00
Cheyenne, clear 10 "4 ,v0
Chicago, clear 8 44 .110
Iwvenuort, clear 64 M ,im
Denver, clear 7 71 .01
Havre, cloudy ,...M Vi .00
Helena, cloudy 74 h4 k)
Huron, clear Si! .Hi
Koiishs City, clear. 6:' tC
North Flstte, clear 7k It; .14
Omaha, clear 1 tM .
Kapld City, clear 72 7 in
Bt. Iuls, clear 54 .()
8t. Paul. Clear M U .'J
Bait Dak City, cloudy 74 7l T
Valentine, clear ,...7 II 4
Wllllston. clear TS 74 .
'f Indicate trace of precipitation.
i A- UaXaUI. JLabai fcakar.
Csrsed er Ms Gassed
PAY UO FOR CURED
Our acoeptanos of a case is equivalent
to a curs, for w never accept Incura
ble esses. Csnsult us. OCR ADVICB
IS fREiB. For years ws have special
ised en ths aliments of men. Our
methods are distinctly original and
up to dat. Where other physlolans
ar baffled and fall ws curs, and cur
First Wi Cin Yov Then Yoi Pay Us
Tour case Is urgent w ar willing to
wait until you ar cured for th few
dollars w chsrge for our service.
Could ws afford to do this tt our cures
were slow or doubtful?
Let Tb!i Atfvsrtlsemsnt Ba Your Golds
It has been our message to thousands
It has been their first step towards
health it Is our mesaags to you.
Th Only t)gaet W Treat
We saeeesafBllr treat Weakoesa,
rartlal or Comg-Ut Loss. Lack of
Pwr aa gtrBa-tfc, Diseases of
th Kldaeys, Blooal rioaoa, Itkes.
matlsm. Varicocele, Coaetrletlom,
I'rlao, gala Plaeas. Flics, fls.
KortuVtsters Mellcil & Surgical lost.
NerthwStt Car. 1tl Paraam
Omasa. Nek' sshs
- , i
THAT HAPPY LOOK
trill appear If you us th proper rem.
edies to clear your system of Impurities.
Ul DR. WIITMAL't
OCNNA LIVER PILLO
TKI "ILL WITHOUT A PAIN
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