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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE j.. "WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, lMfi.
CEMENT BLOCK MACHINERY
Tnp Construction Co., 103 Neville Bin.
Miles face down cement block machine,
TREES AND SHRUBS
LARQK8T assortment of tree and shrubs
In the city at Crescent Nursery. Bales
arnund. Jlst and Farnam. Tl. Douglas
SnS7. - ..
HMD. BUDDHA, LEADING PALMIST.
Call at No. 113 South lfith Bt., upstairs.
Reeultful prediction absolutely given.
LET John Orant make your oment aid,
walk, driveway or cellar floor If you
want the bst guaranteed 10 years Office
llh floor Bca Bldg. Tel. Dourl" "42.
JOHNSON. Institute, 418 N. Y. L. Tel. Doug.
L. HENDERSON, 15U Farnam. Tel. Doug.
HE89 8WOBODA. 1415 Farnam.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
t SflOJI STATTOJITEJITII A.D M ARC Y.
Overland Limited i
The China and Janan
l 8:40 am a 8:18 am
. Faat Mall , a 4:15 pin a 5:10 pm
Col -A Calif. Ex. ..... .a 4:16 pin l:l am
California V Ore. Ex. ..a 4:26 pm a 6:10 pm
Los Angeles Limited.... all :S0 am "al0:4S pm
Kant Mall ;.... 1:65 pm a 1:30 pm
Colorado Special ...a 7:46 am a 7:44 am
North Platte Local. a 8:10 am a 4 50 pm
Beatrice Local b 3.15 pm b IM pm
(.hleesT (treat Weitrrn.
St. Paul & Minn a 8:30 pm a 7:16 am
St. Paul Minn. ...... .a 7:46 am a 1: pm
Chicago Limited a 6:00 pm al0:80 am
Chicago Express a 5:U6 am a 3:30 pm
Minn. aV Bt. Paul Ex. .b 1:00 am bl8:tS pm
Minn. St. Paul Ltd. ..a 8:30 pm a 1:80 am
CbJcago, Rock lilund & Parlflo.
Chicago Limited a 8:25 am a 7:10 am
Chicago Express a 1:W tin a 8:uo pm
Chicago ttxpreae, Local. bll:16 am a 4:30 pm
Lea Molne Expreaa a 4:80 pm bll:50 am
Chicago Kat Express, .a 6:40 pm a 1:15 pm
. . L . WEST.
Rocky Mountain: Ltd. ..a 7:20 am a 8:15 am
Colorado Express a 2:01 pm a 1:16 pm
OKlaticma & Texas Ex. a 4:40 pm a!2:u6 pm
(klcaxo t fcrtbwetern,
Local Cedar Rapid a T:05 am a 6:00 Dm
Clilcaao Davllabt a 8:00 am 11:30 Dm
Chicago Daylight :.a 8:00 am 11:50 pm
Chicago Limited a 8:88 pm 8:15 am
Carroll Lrca ....a 4:38 pm 8:60 am
St. Paul Fast Mall. .....a S:-o pm 7:06 am
bioux C & St. P. Local. .b 8:50 pm a l":8i am
Fast Mall , 2:30 pw
Chicago Express . a 6:50 pm a 7:30 am
Chicago Limited all :0b pm 11:15 am
Norfolk & Bonesteel....a 7:40 am 10:35 am
Lincoln at Long Pine. ..a 7:40 am 10:X& am
Casper & Wyoming a 8:00 pm as:05pm
Deadwood c Lincoln. ...a 8:00 pm 6: pm
Hastings Albion b 8:00 pm 6:06 pm
Fremont-Albion b 8:02 pm tU:40 pm
..all .30 am 8:45 pm
Chicago' Express ...
Ch.ingo Limited ...
a 8:00 am a 8:65 pm
8:uu pm a 7:30 uro 1
St.,- Lodla' Expreaa.
a 6:30 Dm a 3:40 am I
Bt. ' Louis Lxcai urom
Council Bluffs) a 8:15 am al0:30 pm
Btaoberry" !eal tfrom- "
council Blurrs o:wpm oil :jq am
Chicago, Milwaukee A 3t. Paal.
Chlcagw Colo. Bpeo l.a 7:55 am a 7:85 am
Overland Umlted' .......a tiSH put a 9:20 ami
Marlon Cedar K., Lo..b 8:45 am b 11:00 pm
Mlaaoarl PnclUc. ,
St. 1 Ijoula Mpeeavr..a S:00 am a 8 JO pm
K C SU L. Exnress.a 11:16 pm a 6:00 pm
HI HLINUTO STAHOS lOTH MAiOS
Denver & Ciillfornla,
Northwest Special ...
Northwest Express .
.Nebraska Expreaa ..
..a 4:10 pm a 3:25 pm
..a 4:10 pm a 8:30 pm
..a 4:10 pm a 7:10 am
..all:10 pm a 8:30 pm
..a 8:10 am a 7:40 pm
..a 8:00 am
a 9:06 am
Lincoln Fast Mall b 2:15 pm all:M pm
Ft. Crook & Plattsm h. .03:50 pm bl0:26 am
Bellevue & Platum n...a l:w pm a 8:30 am
Detrver Limited a 7:10 am
uenevue at rc junc...ai.ui a .w am
Bellevue A Pae. June. ..a 810 am a 2:00 pm
Chicago Special a 7:25 am a 7:25 am
Chieago Expreas a 8:46 pm a l:oi Dm
Chicago Flyer a 8:05 pm a 7:25 am
Iowa Local a :u am ai0:68 pro
Bt. Louis Expreaa a 4:46 pm all:30 am
Kanaaa CIty-lt. Joe a!0:46 pn a 6:46 am
Kansas cuy-Bt. joe.. ..a 8:16 am a 1.10 pm
Kansaa City-St. Joe a 4: 4o pra
WEBSTER DEPOT 18TH at WEBSTER
Chlraao, Bt. Paal, Minneapolis
rw(n City Passenger... b 8:80 am b 8:10 Dm
Sioux City Passenger. .a 2:i pm all 20 am
.0 s:4a am c 5:50 pm
enraska Local, via
Weeping Water b 8:50 pm bl2:80 pm
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, d Dally
except Saturday, e Sunday only, e Daily
C CAXD L AVIAN'-AM ERIC AN UK
4J UM Tea Tw4a-crew Nmu. aWm..
Nfirvray, Sweden and Denmark
. . . BalUns truav . Maw . York at uaa.
V FY Ttet Mar IT
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UNITED STATES,, June 7. July 19, Aug. 80
OaTAKIl... June 21, Aug. 8. Sept. 1J
C F. TIErrJEN..,.June 28, Aug. 9. Sept. 20
Fin mmd, aaa ana vartis; aaeons aM. aftl.aa,
. ror Tirana awr w Lxx-ml Anu. t
fOHOJi CO.. 1 Broadway. N. T,
: GOVERNMENT NOTICES
fROPOSALU FOR BEEF AND MUTTON.
Ofhoe of Chief Commissary, Omaha, Ne
braska, April 2v, l). ttealad proposals. Id
triplicate, U1 ba received here unul 11
O clock a. u.. oentral standard time. May
Is. las), and then publicly opened for furu-
iiiung sucn irean oeei ana mutton as may
be. required by the Subsistence Department.
L'. 8. Array, at Umiha. Forta Omaha-
Crook, Ntobrtra and lUibinson, Neb., Fort
Des Moines, lows. Forts Leavsri worth,
Riley, and Military prison at Fort Leaven-
nunn. luuiaui; r oris Alackensle, U. A.
Ruaaell and Washakie. W vo.: Fort Maada.
8 D, and Jefferson Barracks and Arcadia
Blue Rang. Mo, during the six months
commenoiug July 1, luuo. Proposals will
glso be received until 10 o clock a. ill., moun
tain standard time at Forts Niobrara and
Robinson, Nebraska, Forts D. A. Russell,
Washakie and Mackenate, Wyo.. and Fort
SJabUIa. H TY. It l .1 Until 11 nVlnnl, - ...
veblrai standard time, at Forts Omaha and
l rooa, ' reurasa, f ort Ues Moines. Iowa,
f ons jsavenwortn, miey and Military
prison at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, and
.Jeffaraon Barracks, Mo., and opened at
Busts by . respective commissaries, each
receiving proposals lor Die own post only.
Information furnished on application here
or to commissary at post authorised to
open propoaala. U. 8. reserves the light
to reject any or all proposals or any part
thereof, i-nvelope should be marked "Pro
poaala for Fresh Beef and Mutton," and
addressed to undersigned or commissary
at post authorised to receive proposals
T. B. HACKKK. Captain, Commissary,
A-21 1 23 24 25 MU 17
CONSTRl'CTINO QUARTERMASTER 8
OfllL-e Fort Crook, Nebraska, May 14,
liM. aoalod proposals. In triplicate, sub
ject to the usual oundltlons, will be re
etved here until M u'clock a. in . cuntral
standard Vnie. June 1, lKmi. t which lime
they win do ppenea puouc, lor the eon
tructlon of four additions to and eight
its tolU-t rooms In present barracks build
ing No. X at Fort CrooK. Nebraska. Plane
and aueciaoationa and blank forma of nro-
pusals may s obtained at this "office or
at .(be omwe Ot the Chief Quartermaster,
-rpartmeeit t the Missouri. Omaha,
Waaka. The light Is reserved to reject
any and all bids or part of blda CAP
TAIN K. R. 6TOGSDALL. Captain and Q.
M . Mu lafauuy, Couslrucung Quarter
Diaater. Mlt-le-lt-11 Jl-1
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
Office, 10 Pearl
ORATOR FOR GRADUATION
Dr. A. L Winihip to Address Graduates of
the Publio Schools.
SIXTY-SEVEN IN THE StNIOR CLASS
Contract for Addition to Twentieth
A-renne Hrhool Let to Wlrkham
Bras., and for KnUlnss Klahth
street School to Hallenbecli .
At the meeting of (he Board of Education
last night It was decided on recommenda
tion of Superintendent Clifford that the
commencement exercises of the graduating
class be held on the evening of Thursday.
June 7, and that Dr. A. K. Wloshlp of Chi
cago be sveured to deliver the address of
the evening. Providing all of Ihe students
pass In their studies, the graduating class
this year will consist of sixty-seven mem
bersforty-eight young women and nine
teen young men. The list cf prospective
graduates as submitted to the board last
night by Superintendent Clifford Is as fol
Girls Abdlll. Hazel. UK Washington ave
nue; Hall. Lila. 317 Scott street: Harnett,
Myrtle. 318 William street; Bender, Nellie.
1X4 Park avenue; Bowman, Lula. RIW Bast
Pierce street; Casey, Pearl, 218 Twelfth ave
nue; Clark, Kathertne. 2416 Avenue A; Fng
llsh. Mabelle, 1NU Sixth avenue; Felt. Ruth,
1133 Pierce street; Fisher, Margaret. S21
Avenue C; Fllckenger, Helen, 91 Fourth
avenue; Fllckenger, Margaret, i roiirtn
avenue; Uross. Nellie, "til South Twenty-
fourt'i street; Clllson, Burl, Hroadway ana
Elliott street; Harding, Zelpha, 818 Stuts
man street: Horrlgan, Kathertne. 127 Fair
view avenue: Hughes. Pearl. McPherson
avenue; Keith, Florence,' EiG Oakland ave
nue; Kllen. Rachel, fill East Broadway;
Lindsay, Winifred, 4S Perln avenue: Lund
gard. Mabel, S23 Eighth avenue; Myera,
Maude, 401 Park avenue; Morrow, Haxel,
10 Seventh avenue: Mcconneii, Mary, wi
Charles street; McPherson, Margaret. 1113
Fourth avenue; Nelson, Laura, 1K) South
Twelfth street; Organ, Edith, 106 Bluff
street; Parsons, Edith. 132 North Oraham
avenue; Pheney. Agnes, vox Avenue b;
Pierce, Ijeone, 725 Fourth street; Reed,
Eunice, 325 Scott . street ; Sandwlck, Anna.
2102 South Tenth street; Seabold. Fannie,
30 Fifteenth street; Sedgwick. Mina, 205
Ornce street; Shepard, Florence, 710 Perm
avenue; Shugart, Edith, 3 Ulen avenue
SteDhan. Louise. 713 Madson avenue; Stork
Vera. 207 Harrison street; Telfer. Prudence,
228 Twelfth avenue; Wahlgrene. t Hattle,
Council Bluffs; Walker, Helen. Woodbury
avenue; Walker, Irma, 323 South First
street; Ward, Rose A., 717 Cook avenue;
Waterman, Bessie, Flemmlng avenue;
Wyatt. Hazel. 2416 Avenue B: Wiley. Edna.
214 Washington avenue; Wind. Viva, 738
Washington avenue; Wright, Dora, wjs
Boys Ballenger. Lee, 721 Willow avenue
Baird. Lynne. 1535 High street; Battey,
Percy, East Pierce gtjwst ;Iwlck,
Emll, 2109 South Tenth street; Byer. Will
lam. 621 Franklin avenue; Clay, Roy, R.
r . i. no. c. city; uoner. noger. j i nim
avenue: Ditnmock. Joe. 1803 South Seventh
street; Dobson, Mark, corner Avenue O
and Tenth street; Orason, Charles. 741
Franklin avenue; Hawkina, Emmai. ma
Tlilr tvAirna' lfnnla William 413 Smith
trt.hlh lrt- I,unritrnm Rme.l 1402
Fairmont avenue: Lydon. John. 200 Park
avenue: Monro. Melvln. Orand avenue:
Reed, Lee, Fourth avenue; Sayles, Allen,
1005 Third avenue; Vogeler, Ous, 1017 Sixth
avenue; w right, livereii, ia rourtn ave-
Tne contract for the construction ot the
addition to the Twentieth Avenue school
was warded to Wlckham Bros., on. their
bid of 63.360 and that for raising, the Eighth
Street school to the Consolidated Construc-
Uon company on Its bid of $5,126. Other
bids received for raising the North Eighth
Street school were: Hollenbeck Bros.,
85,137; Wlckham, 85,290.
Chairman Anderson of the committee on
buildings and grounds submitted the fol
lowing estimate of the cost of painting
four ot the school buildings this summer
Third street, $557.36: Thirty-second street,
tn ,,',,. ',., ti-ncfi. M.dlaan
8S' Harrl8n reet, 4,tt.tt), , Madison
The question of whether a principal la en
nilnl in a Wev in her x-hnnl hullriliiK was
:'tle1 ,0 htey to w"
brought up by Member Shugart at tha re-
Quest of a Drincltml. Member Anderson, aa
chairman of the committee on buildings
I . , tJ ,.
nd founds, could not see the necessity
of a principal wanting a key, as the Janitor
was supposed to be around the building
I v, .., hw, r.
a key when I was elected to the board,"
he remarked. Member Schoedsack ex
pressed the opinion that a principal might
have occasion of times to visit her school
I out of regular hours and was entitled to
I have a key. Afte.r. more pr less discus-
i, V. i. 7k i.
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I , , , . . " ' Ak . .
opposite upiiuoiis regaruing hub quesiiuti.
Frog Ponds Near Scboelhoase.
Member Schocdaack called . attention to
the existence of what he termed three
frog ponds in the Immediate vicinity 'Of the
North Eighth Street school, the stagnant
wator In m-hlrh VB m m a niAnlMi trt that tlAavtth
ot the children attending that echool. The
cretary was instructed to bring It to the
CONSTRUCTING yUARTEJtMABTER 8
otnee, hou . vee Moines, lowa. May
14. li Sealed Dropoaala. Ib - trlollcats.
will be received here until 8 p. in., standard
time, June 2, 1906, for constructing, plumb
ing, steam heating; and electric wiring at
Fort Ds Moines. Iowa. 1 set field officers'
?urters, 1 double set lieutenants' quarters,
double set N. C. staff officers' quarturs, 1
stable lor arart ammais, I quartermaster s
worKsnop, civilian employes quarters, all
to do onca Duuaings, ana i Dana stand,
frame. Information furnished on aoull-
catlon here, or at Depot Quartermas
ter's Offices, V. 9. Army, at Chicago,
III., St. Louis, Mo., and Omaha, Neb.
Vailed States reserves the right to accent
or reject any or all proposals, or parte
thereof. Envelopes containing proposals
snouia do enaursea - rroposais ror -and
addressed M. W. Kowell. Q. M
Office. Omaha, Nebraska. May 15. lu
Sealed proptiaaM, le- arlpllcata, . subject to
the usual conn it ions, win be received here
Until 10 o'clock a. in., central standard
time, June 8. 1S"6, at which time they will
be opened In public, for furnishing and In-
stalling screens for door and window open
ings In various public buildings at Fort
Omaha, Nobraaka. Specification and blank
forma of proposals may be obtained at this
office. J he right is reserved to reject any
and all bids or carts of bids. Ma lor M
Gray Zalinski, Quartermaster V. tf- Army,
- M 15-18-17-18-J8-8
NOTICE FOR BIDS TOR STATE. PRINT
Bids will be received bv the State Print.
Ing Board at tha office of the secratary of
state at Lincoln, Neb., on or before 8
p. m., Wednesday, May 28. 1808, for printing
a.nu innuing duu reprint copies, eacn ot vol
ume No. 4, 7, 8, 18, 14, 28 and 27 of the Ne
braska supreme court reports.
Specifications fur aasne can be found on
me ui ins onice of the secretary of state.
All bids must be arconiDanled b a bond
equal In amount to the probable cost of
the work bid upon. The board reserve
iue r-.gm 10 reject any and all bids.
By LOU W. FKAZIER
Secretary to the Board.
Llnxpln. Neb. May It lSui. ........ .
TOO LATE TO CLAir.
LOST A bull terrier pup; whit with btibdle
spoia on Daca and left Half of face. Ra-
turn to sm joaee street and receive ro
Bt, Tel. 4S.
nntlce of the local Board of Health through
the city council to these unfilled lota, with
a request that they be brought to grade.
The purchase of additional ground for the
Thirty-second Street school has rendered It
necessary to change the present alley, and
the city council Is to be asked to "vacate
a portion of the old alley and in return
the Board of Education will donate part
of the school land for the new alley.
Superintend nt Clifford's report for the
eighth, month of school ending April 27
contained the following statistics:
Entire enrollment: Boys 2.714, girls !.".2,
total 6.6T6; imonthly enrollment: Boys S..
girls 2,5ti3. total 4.871; average dally attend
ance, 4.560.87; per cent of attendance, 96.73;
number cases of tardiness. 216; number
neither absent nor tardy, 2,715.
HERRIOTT CAM." O HIS FRBD9
till la the Field as a Candidate for
Hon. John Herrlott of Stuart, lieutenant
governor of Iowa, spent Tuesday In Coun
cil Bluffs conferring with friends and
Incidentally loosing after his political
"Are you etill a candidate for governor,"
was asked him.
"I am still In the field. 1 never was a
randldate of my own volition and only
consented to become one at the solicita
tion of my friends. Aa my friends have
not Intimated that they desire me to wifTi
draw 1 am still a candidate," was the
lieutenant governor'a reply.
Mr. Herrlott, during the afternoon, had
a long conference with National Com
mitteeman Ernest E. Hart and Oeorge 8.
Wright, chairman of the republican county
central committee. He also paid State
Senator Saunders a visit at the latter's
office, and met a number of leading re
publicans later In the office of County At
torney Hess in the court house.
The - visit of the lieutenant governor
had not been previously announced, but
his presence In the city soon became
known and he was greeted by many
of his friends during his stay.
After the conference between Mr. Her
rlott and Chairman Watght of the county
central committee, the latter announced
that the lieutenant governor had promised
to visit Walnut on May 21. Avoca on
May 22 and Oakland on May 23. It was,
not decided that Mr. Herrlott would de
liver addresses at these places, but he
probably will if requested. Mr. Herrlott,
in discussing his plana for the remainder
of the compaign, said to Mr. Wright that
while he might make a few speeches he
would nlurh prefer visiting around and
meeting the people personally, when ques
tions could be asked and answered by
him frankly and fairly.
While unwilling to discuss the situation
ao far as he was concerned personally, Mr.
Herrlott said that despite the action of
his own county, Guthrie, he could see
nothing; discouraging In It.
Terr 1 Bo Cot la Prices. ,
In introducing the one-price plan of
selling pianos the A. Hospe Co. knew It
was necessary to place a llgure on all their
pianos that would be from $60.00 to $75.00
less than the lowest price after all con
cessions and allowances were made by the
Irregular priced dealer. Thia plan ha
evidently met the public approval aa their
business Is growing rapidly. You do not
run any chances in buying at A. Hospe
Co., 88 South Main street. ...
Winter Is now about over and you ought
to be looking around for a nice driving
wagon or a eurrey. Tou will find everything-
in that line at Van Brunt's big repository.-
Two hundred different sty lea to
choose from. Terms reasonable.
Investigate our cheap land proposition lit
eastern Colorado, $5 per acre for raising; all
kinds of crops; good soil; best of water;
delightful climate. Excursions first and
third Tuesdays of each month. Bend for
printed matter. F. C, Lougee, 124 Main
street. Council Bluffs, la.
Absolutely pure unfermented grape Juice,
26fl and 60c a bottle. Wash boilers, $1.26 to
$2.75, the best grade of boiler in the market.
Gasoline stoves, $2.26; garden tools, screen
wire, Hsc per square foot. J. Olson, Tel.
US, 73 West Broadway.
Parties having houses for rent or sale.
list them with Clifton-Walker Co. (or quick
action. Recent sales have greatly reduced
our list and we have customer waiting; for
Special sale on pairs and half pairs of
beautiful lace curtains, 50c, to $1. Stockert
Folding and reclining gocarts. D. W. Kel
ler, 10$ South Main.
Why bother with shampooing your own
hair when you can have it' washed in soft
water and dried with compressed . air at
Graves', 105 Pearl etreetf
When In need of lumber, brick, cement
plaster, 11m. sand, rubberold and A mason
roofing, In fact any thins In building; ma
terial, so to George A. Hoaaiand. 724 a.
Main Bt., where quality and prices are
The cleanest and best restaurant in the
cHy; eervlce prompt, The Vienna, 414 West
If yon prefer quality to Quantity and
absolute satisfaction to yourself, ret
Schmidt's photos. Always guaranteed to
pleas. 'Phone 857; 406 Broadway.
CENTRAL FLOCR-81.15. Every sack
warranted. Central . Grocery and Meat
Two hundred-acre farm Ave miles tmn
Missouri Valley. Good Improvements and
orchard. Cheap at $71 oer acr. w.ii.
Benjamin, room L First National bank
building. Office telephone 208.
Are you thinking of painting or Daoer.
IngT If you are. let us figure with von
We can do the work cheaper and better
than anybody else, and it will cost you
nothing to figure with us. Council Bluffs
raini. oil and Glass Co., Merrlam block
v ' tJiucer nas some Big barsalna In
residence property and vacant lota which
ae is onerina; ror sale now.
Porch and lawn furniture. D. W. Keller
108 South Main. '
Twenty Per Cent Dlseonnt.
Sals on Jardlnlers this week at W.
N. T. Plumbing Co. TeL 160. Night. L898.
0drd ta Vaeat Betel.
W. 8. Goodrich will have to surrender
poasesslen of the Metropolitan hotel to
the owner, Mrs. Pauline Dobson. This
was ths decision reached by a Jury In
Justice Gardiner's court yesterday. It
was stated that Goodrich would appeal
rrom the finding of the Jury.
uooancn ses p g verbal - agreement
whereby he 'was a tenant at will provided
he paid the stipulated rent of $118 a
month. He had been la possession of the
hotel from June 1, UOI, under a lease
which expired January 1, 195. and since
then under verbal agreement. The finding
of the Jury requires Ooodrlrh to give
Immediate possession of the property to
Matters In Dlstrlet t onrt.
It took a Jury In the district court yes
terday Just five minutes to deride that
Mickey Taggart. the? Omaha youth in
dtcted for snatching a pocketbook from
Mrs. May Solomon, was guilty as charged.
Former County Attorney W. H. Klllpack
was appointed t defend Taggart. as the
latter stated he was without funds to
secure counsel. During the examination
of the Jury panel It developed that sixteen
of the twenty Jurors had been the victims
of robbers at one time or another.
Etly Brown filed suit for divorce from
Harry Brown, to whom she was married
in this city April 24. I, and from whom
she separated March 8 of this year. She
makes statutory charges against her hus
band and asks the custody of their only
child, a baby girl.
John C. Benton, a Sioux City youth, who
was convicted at the. October term of
court In this city under the name of John
Try with entering and robbing, with two
youthful companions, a shoe store on South
Main street, has been paroled by Governor
Cummins from the penitentiary at Fort
Madison, where he was committed for one
year. I nder tne terms or the parole, young
Benton Is to stay In Woodbury county
until the expiration of his sentence.
The suit brought by Martha McCann
against the Northwestern rallroud for $10.
000 for the death of Floyd F. Mitchell has
been ordered transferred to the federal
court by Judge Wheeler. Arthur Flnnegan
and M. 8. Swlgert, engineer and fireman on
the train which struck Mitchell, were
named as party defendants, with the pur
pose of retaining the suit In the dlatrlct
court, but Judge Wheeler held that there
was no possibility that Flnnegan or Swlg
ert could have been responsible for the
failure to display danger signals, which
was alleged to be the cause of the acci
dent. Rest Eaar.
When your hard day's work is done get
a hammock and hang It in the cool shade
and take life easy for an hour or so. If
you haven't got one go to Swalne &
Mauer, they have the best hammocks for
75c and up to $6.00.
The Title Ouarabiy and Trust company,
abstracters of titles. Books date back to
1858. Books are all up to date. Work ac
curately and promtly done at lowest
prices. Office opposite court house, 735 Pearl
street. Council Bluffs, la.
Malonry's cigars bring thought in the
early morning; solace In time of woes;
peace In the hush of the twilight; balm and
sweetness cf memory before your eyelids
close. Maloney's new location, 80 Pearl.
If you don't read this you will lose your
digestion. Read It and ' then call your
grocer and order a sack of Big A flour,
the kind that pleaacs. -
CENTRAL FLOUR-41.15. Every sack
warranted. Central Grocery and Meat
Neapolitan Ice cream, 30c a brick.
Muccl, the ice cream man. Tel. 364.
Go to Hicks' for ypiur money's worth in
tailoring. No bluff, either.
Plana for Imprnylna- Hrnadwajr,
At a meeting of tlspecial committee- of
the Commercial club, appointed to devlee
ways and means for. the making of Broad
way passable between Twentieth street,
where the paving now being laid ends, to
the motor company's bridges, it was de
cided to request the city council to do the
Pass an ordinance requiring three-inch
tires on all wagons weighing with load
from 2.000 to 4.000 pounds, and four-Inch
tires for all wagons with loads weighing
above 4,000 pounds.
To macadamize the block between Thirty
seventh and Thirty-eighth streets with
Louisville (Neb.) rock as an experiment.
To have all holes on Broadway west of
Twentieth street filled up so as to make
the thoroughfare passable.
To have the block on Second avenue, be
tween Thirteenth street and Indian creek,
which is now said to be no'hlng more or
less than a big mud hole, placed in pass
able condition under the direction of Su
pervisor W. F. Baker, who has a plan for
improving dirt streets which he wishes
Rustic hickory, and Adirondack silver
birch porch furniture, Vudor porch shades,
Vudor hammocks, ViMor hammock chairs.
If you want solid comfort on a hot summer
evening get Into one; of aur' Vudor ham
mocks or one of our "Vudor hammock
chairs and you will get It. Keller-Farns-worth
Have you seen the beautiful rugs we
make out of old wornout carpets? Better
Investigate. It's worth While. We're put
ting out hundreds of them In the best
homes. Our man 'will call and explain.
'Phone 616. Council Bluffs Carpet Cleaning
and Rug Mfg. Co., 34 N. Main.
Don't forget that I have fine spring and
summer suits from $20 ttf $25. E. S. Hicks.
' sjarrtaaje Licenses.
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday
to the following: ,..
Name and Residence.
William F. Hicks, Omaha
Catherine Albeck. Omaha
C. R, Todd. Plattsmoulh. Neb
Winona Smith, Plattsmoulh, Neb..
Jacob E. Cadwell, Omaha ,i..t
Sadie Nelson, Omaha
Tlfcef (all an F.Ik.
The Elks' club house on First avenue
as visited by a burglar Monday night.
who Bee u red about 3uO cigars and some
small change from the cigar rase. The
thief secured entrance lo the' building by
prying open the middle window of the re
ception room opening onto the front porch.
The cigar case was easily forced. The
thief tore the rack containing the pool
balls from the wall of the billard room.
but apparently changed his mind about
Dr. Chapin says, " Fresh
cow's milk should be the
basis of an infant's food."
MelluVs Food is always to be used
with fresh milk as a basis, that is
why Mtllin's Food gives such good
results. Bend for our frea book of
- MelluVs Food Babies."
The OUT Ufaata feed receMad
tke GMAXS Ikiif si It. LeaUTlVea,
Ce)U Htaal, ItUKdst Award,
rertUad, Orei. 1905.
alKLUN'S rOOO CO, BOSTON, Mass
carrying the balls away, as they were found
Intact In the rark. which had been V''1
In the corner of one of the card rooms.
It Is thought that the .burglar was some
person well acquainted with the premises.
A burglar also visited the rectory or Bt.
Paul s Rptfrropal church Monday nlyht, but
was heard by a member of Rev. 11 W.
Btarr's household, who screamed, and the
unwelcome visitor made a hurtled retreat,
supposedly through the window by which
he had entered.
MIX Oil MKVriOX.
Davis sells drugs.
Stockert sells carpets.
Ed Rodgers Tony Faust beer.
Plumbing and beating. Blxby Son.
Woodrlng Undertaking Company. Tel 3S9.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone 87.
Diamonds as an Investment. Talk to
Ieffert about It.
Beautiful lace door panels, 3f-c and up.
Stockert Carpet Co.
Price and Ice-saving refrigerators at D.
W. Keller's, 103 South Main.
Plain lie cream. 25c a brick. I. Muccl,
The lea. Cream Man. Tel. 364.
Buy your cigar bands for decoration
work at Alexander's art store. 3;3 B'way.
For Imported wines, liquors and cham
pagne. 1.. Rosenfeld company, 511 Main.
Council Bluffs Court of Honor will meet
In regular seiwion this evening lit Daulsli
Wanted All K. O. T. M.s to bring their
shoes for repair to Chris Loseth, at 2.1
Six per cent mortgaRes on real estate
for sale. Absolute security. Clifton
I,ook nt that beautiful lot on t !l. n avenue
which ChHs. T. officer ha for sale. U Is
the rnont beautiful lot left.
Painting and wall paper hanging a spe
cialty. Council Bluffs I'aint. Oil and Glues
Co. New location, Merrlam block.
Moving vans and wagons; furniture
stored. Nesbltt's Ttansfer and Storage.
Tel. 93. Office 331 West Broadway.
If you need a sewing machine, bicycle
or phonograph, call on S. W. Williamson,
17 South Main St., or 'phone red 1 1 a V .
If you want to stand in with your sweet
heart you must treat her to one of Clark's
sodas. She knows they are the best in the
C. R. Bowen, alias Claude Only, was ar
rested by the police here yesterday, lie
is said to be wanted by the Omaha authori
ties. Two kinds of saw dust. We have a full
car of course for the Iceman and a nice
lot of tine for the merchant for store
floors. H. Uucll.
For Sale Will sacrifice on my fine piano.
Payments if' desired. Cull be seen at
Schmoller Mueller's, 602 Broadway,
Council Bluffs, lowa.
The Woman's guild of St. Paul's Epi
copal church will meet this afternoon at
the home of the president, Mrs. H. A.
Quinn, on Oakland avenue.
Do not sell your old Iron, copper, brass
and old rubbers before you see us. We
pay $ per ton for No. 1 machinery Iron.
J. Kattleman, 803 S. Main. Tel. 650.
We have the finest line of sample monu
ments to select from In Ihe west. Sheely
ft Lane Marble and Granite Works, 217
East Broadway, Council Bluffs, In.
Gregg shorthand demonstration at West
ern Iowa college Thursday evening by ail
expert who takes dictation In any lan
guage. Free and everybody welcome.
Buy your hammocks early and get a full
season's use of It. We have them from
75c to $6 each. See them at our store.
Paddock & Handschy Hardware company.
The annual meeting of Group No. 6, State
Bankers' association, will be held In this
city today at the Grand hotel. Some fifty
members are expected to be In attendance.
Council Bluffs lodge of Elks will Initiate
a class of candidates at the regular meet
ing Friday night. At the business meeting
refreshments will bo served und a social
Tigredla temple, Rathbone Sisters, will
meet Friday night in Knights of Pythias
hall, when representatives, to the grand
temple will be elected and Arrangements
made for attending the district convention
at Hastings, la., next tuonth.
Chris Chrlstensen, a tailor' on West
Broadway, was arrested last night by
Deputy Sheriff GroneWeg under an In
formation filed by his brother, Dr. M. C.
Chrlstensen. charging him with being a
chronic dipHomanlac. Chrlstensen will huve
a hearing before Judge Wheeler today.
The members of the city council as a
committee of the whole took a drive around
the city yesterday afternoon to investigate
a number 'of matters, such as change of
grades, opening of streets, etc., which had
been submitted .to the committee to report
on at next meeting of the city council.
Rev. Henry DeLong performed the mar
riage ceremony yesterday in his office at
the county court house for the following
three couples: William F. Hicks and Cath
erine Albeck, both of Omaha; C. H. Todd
and Winona Smith, both of Plattsmoulh,
Neb.; Jacob E. Gauwcll and Sadie Nelson,
both of Omaha.
Why does Borwick's wall paper give the
best satisfaction? Because he sells the
best paper in the city for the money and
does his work right. His customers never
complain (mat a saying a whole loti, Dut
If you will call him up at 211 South Main
street; telephone 63. and let him do your
work you will be satlsned. too.
Councilman Maloney has filed a protest
against the method cf exterminating un
tagged dogs In the city pound ny snooting
them. He has recommended the use of
chloroform as a more humane method of
sending the canines to the happy hunting
grounds, and it will probably uo adopted
by the poundmaster hereafter.
The receipts in the general fund of the
Christian Home last wei-K were iiuu.tjw,
being 8H9.40 below the needs of the week
and Increasing the amount needed In the
contingent and improvement fund for lwi
to 111.5:15.83. In the manager's fund the le
celpts were $23, being- $12 below the needs
or the week and increasing tne aeiiciency
In this fund to date to $15.75.
Miss Edith Evangeline Blakely, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blakely,
83 Lincoln avenue, died yesterday from
tuberculosis, aged IS years. She had been
sick for a year. The funeral will be held
this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from the fam
ily residence and Interment will be In Wul-
nue Hill cemetery. Rev W. N. Graves,
pastor of the Fifth Avenue Methodist
church, will conduct the services.
William Rolph, arrested In Omaha Hon
day for alleged robbery of a drug store
on Lower Uioadway. ctiangea ins mina yes
terday and accompanied Detective Weir
to this side or tne river witnout requisi
tlon papers. Three secondhand goods
dealers In Omaha to whom Rolph Is charged
with selling the stuff stolen from the drug
store Identified him . at the Omaha police
station as the man wUo disposed of the
goods to mem.
James Bradley, a "negro arrested on sus
Dlclon of being wanted in Omaha In con
lection with the killing of a colored man
named Johnson, was fined $j and coats In
Dolfce court yesterday morning for carry
Ing a revolver, wnica was connscaieo ny
the oolloe. . Bradley s attorney raised the
question of the right or a traveler to carry
such a weapon and demanded that the
revolver be returned te his client. Judg
Scott, however, ruled otherwise.
D. H. Templeton of Wahoo. Neb., who
claimed to have been buncoed out of nearly
JW in a dice game on this side of the
river last "Saturday, told tne police yesier
dav aliernoon alter taking a loon at eta
Crowell, under arrest at ihe clly Jail, tha
he was nut one or tne two men who ihi
tied the bones" Willi hint that eventtu
wfiernoon. Crowell is. however. lxlhg del
In connection with the deal by whu-n he
hired an automobile and chauffeur
Omaha and failed lo pay for same.
Farmer Helps Steal Own Hoar.
MASON CITY, Ja., May 15.-(opeclal.)
Awakened by a pounding on his door late
last night, John Kukke, a farmer, found
two men below who said they had been
hauling a hog past the farm and that It
got away and ran Into Rukke's barnyard.
They asked Rukke to come and help Ihem
catch the bog, which he did, and not until
L morning did he And that he had helped
them to catch one of his own hogs and let
them haul it off. lie started after them,
but they, could not be found.
Perkins Delegate from llarrlaon.
LOO AN, la.. May 16. (Special Telegram.)
The Harrison county republican conten
tion at the court house here this after
noon elected eighteen Perkins delegates.
lao delegates to the senatorial, congres
sional and judicial conventions. Attorney
C. W. Kellogg of Missouri Valley was
chairman and C. A. Vanscoy of Wood
bine, secretary. Reaolulloos were passed
CHARGES AGAINST DOCTOR
Women Medics Object to Conduct of Hos
pital at Arr.es College,
MILLINERS COMPLAIN OF EXPRESS RULES
Deleaates to the Preshyterlnn General
Assemhljr All Provided for and
Everything; In Readiness
I From a Staff Correspondent 1
DKS MOIXE8. May 15. (Special.) At the
convention of the State Society of Iowa
Medical Women. an orgHnllatlon affili
ated with the regnttir State Medical society,
resolutions were passed today demanding
an Investigation Into the methods and con- 1
duct of the college hospital nt the State
Agricultural college at Ames. The move
ment was started by the Story county so
ciety through Dr. M.ir:iret Junes, who
alleges thit Dr. W. V.. Harriman. n son of
ex-Senator W. F. Hairlman of Franklin
county, ha a monopoly on the marmKement
of the "hospital and will allow no other
physicians to be called to the hospital.
The resolutions charge that he furthermore
takes his private paiients to the hospital
at Ihe state's expense. Dr. Harriman Is
char-red by the women doctors with being
but 2.1 years old and Inexperienced. Th
resolutions charge that he receives $1,100
from the state, $i0 from the hospital fund
annually, $-'.6o from each of the l.Suo stu
dents annually ns a hospital fee whether
they are sick or not. If they are sick It
Is charged that they can have the service
of Dr. Harriman only and that for but two
weeks, after which they must pay $10 a
week. The resolutions charge that he got
the position through political pulls and not
on merit. The State Medical society will
have the matter before It tomorrow, when
the women doctors will ask that the trus-
es be demanded to remove Dr. Harriman.
f the trustees fail to act the women say
they will carry the matter before the state
gisluture next winter.
.Milliner In Arm.
The Millinery Jobbers' Association In con
vention today were up In arms because of
notification from the express companies
hat hereafter no shipment will be received
hat occupies more than ninety cubic feet
f space and that 'every shipment of niil-
nery goods must be crated. The order Iihs
aroused all sorts of opposition on the part
the milliners. They assert that under
his order if one hat Is to be shipped 1
must be crated, and that as millinery
goods are light In weight the minimum of
space to be occupied should be considerably
more than ninety cubic feet, which will
How of a box 0x3x3 feet. The association
fncers and members propose to take the
matter up with the authorities. " There Is
some question with the association as to
whether or not the Interstate Commerce
commission has authority. Mr. Spelsborger
of Omaha arrived today and Mr. Davison
St. Joseph. Mo., arrived last evening
nd in conformity with the understanding
year ago, when the meeting was secured
for this city, are co-operating with the
ocal milliner Jobbers In entertaining the
ssoclatlon, which covers eight western
states. This evening there was a vaude
ville and smoker nt Our Circle hall. The
meetings are held at the Chamberlain, hotel.
A special luncheon was served there at
12:30 and an automobile ride about the
city was given at 4. Tomorrow evening
here will be given the most elaborate
banquet Bt the Chamberlain ever given In
Des Moines, at which the plates will be $'J
each. It B asserted by members of the
association that the new Iowa bird law Is
nefficlent and unconstitutional because It
nterferes with Interstate commerce. It Is
sserted that the law cannot prevent shill
ing birds Into the state. The society.
however. Is co-operating with the Audubon
society to discourage the use of birds.
Drleaate Arranged For.
Every delegate to the Presbyterian gen
eral assembly, which meets tomorrow at
10:30 o'clock, has been provided with en
tertainment and notified exactly where to
go for such entertainment. This, too. In
he face of the fact that all the Des Moines
hotels are filled with delegates to other
conventions which have been attracted to
he city by the cheap rates for the gen
eral assembly. Thirty-five colored dele
gates have been assigned to homes of col
ored people. Cedar Rapids, Marshalltown,
Boone and other cities have drawn on the
distinguished ministers who will be present
to fill pulpits in those cities next Sunday
and the Sunday following. Most of the
delegates will arrive tomorrow. A special I
train over the Rock Island arrived tonight
and Moderator J. D. Moffat, who will call
the assembly to order tomorrow, arrived
this evening. A special over the Burling
ton left Chicago at 8 o'clock this morning
and reached here tonight. Colonel Thomas,
the commandant at Fort Des Moines, has
arranged an exhibition drill of the Eleventh
cavalry Saturday at the post for the guests,
Saturday being the only day on which the
program Is not crowded.
' Rainfall Maht.
According to the weekly crop bulletin
Issued today by Director Sage the rainfall
in the state has been light the past week
and some of the northern counties are
suffering from lack of rain. Reports as to
the damage of the- frost on the 9th are
variable, according to the bulletin, the darn
age being worst In the Mississippi valley
nd southern sections of the state and
truck gardens where vegetation was far
Grain Dealer Meet.
The Iowa Grain Dealers' association met
here today for its sixth annual meeting,
with a good representation of Its 352 mem
bers present. Prominent grain men from
all tne large western terminals are in
At the opening session this afternoon
in the Young Men's Christian association
auditorium, Secretary George A. Wells
dealt largely with railroad problems. He
charged that the roads have been using
discrimination against the dealers in the
northern and northwestern parts of the
state In the matter of car supply. There
Are served on the Dining Cars between Omaha and Chicago.
Supper is served on the train leaving Union Station at i .-00 p. ra.
and Breakfast before arriving at Chicago. Both of these meals
axe "a la carte," with moderate prices. The service is prompt
and polite. Entire train of Pullman Sleeping Cars, Club Car,
and Free Reclining Chair Cars electric lighted. ,
CITY TlCltT OltlCE. Hit Formam Sri.
had been a ehortsgo of cars, he said, to
such an extent that dealers uffefeil se
vere losses becsuse of -Inability to make,
shipments on their contracts, and also
because of decline In market values. Mr.
Wells pointed out that this shortage did
not exist In other )uirts of the state and
that according to lis Information plenty
of cars were furnished for competitive
shipments at low rates from Kansas City
and Omaha to the Atlantic coast.
general Wlnt Here.
General Theodore Wlnt. commander of
the Department of the Missouri, aas at
the army post today fn make the regular
Inspection. He held a review of Individual
tioopera In exhibitions of horsenisnshlp,
both In skill of the trooper and training
of hc horses.
Teneher' leetlna Postponed.
SlOl'X CITY. la.. May 1, .- ( Special. -Tho
meeting of the Northwestern Iowa Teach
ers association, scheduled to lie held next
Oi tobcr In Ftoftx f 'fty. has been postponed
until the fall of 1907. One meeting of tho
association was IhUI here this spring, at
which time It was voted to hold all future
conventions in the autumn, the first in Oc-
tohvr of this year. The stale ronwntlon
occurs in December, however, and so It
has been decided to postpone Ihe north
ew Member of A me Fnrally.
AMF.S, la.. May 15. (Special. )At a meet
ing of the board of trustees of tho Iowa
Agricultural college Dr. H. G. Van Pelt,
who graduated in 1903, was elected to the
position of assistant professor of animal
husbandry and supi rintendent of the dairy
I'erkln Wins In Siaronrney.
SIGOIRNKY. la.. May 16. Republicans
In convention today selected sixteen dele
gates In favor hf George D. Perkins, can
didate for governor.
Have you mrmrj lnvtitH In fs rompant!,
ItH'trtt- tnmpaui'. trlrpbone rompanie, or
ny others of thia (Una dt-pendttiR upon
franrhiaa? If o want to talk in you.
Thcaa invent mania are he -o mina: mora and
more hazardous aa tha municipal ownership
movement spreads over tha country.
A much eafer ami more profitable Inveat-ro-fnt
la TALK-O-HIIONK alack.
THE TALK-O -PHONE COMPANY f Tol-Mo,
Ohio, neB-an- buainaa two yeara ago with a
paM-up capital of $(m.onO.
Tfxiay THE "LAKK-O-PHoNK plant, one of
the neat equfvped In the land, la valued at
more than $t-Hi. (-'.
I' ruler able and conaervatlv management THE
TALK-O-PUONK COMPANY haa taken a
fore most position In the ranka of competing
THE TAI.K-o-rHONE la known tha country
over, and la retroRrUied aa one of the beat
musical mnthtiiea on tha market.
Dealer will tell you that It la 33 1-3 per
rent, better than any other machine sold
In wnrkmantiMp, material an if rnnatrurtloa
THE TAP.K-o-PHONE" ia nwnnd to none.
That la hy It la purh a ready Holler.
And that la why the demand for TALK-O-
P HON KB is much greater than tha aupply.
To meet this demand la what wa are atrtv-
THK TALK-O-PHONE plant can turn out 7W
machines dally, .(lut to do ao more capital
That explains the reaaon for tha Increane of
the capital atmk to 1,000.(X0.
Tha addition of iriOO.OtjO la not for the pur
pose of extending the plant or buying mora
machinery THAT 18 NOT NKCRKMARir.
Aa we have already aald, THK TALK-O
PHONK plaiit ia completer
EVERY PENNEY UKALIKKt) ON THT? NBW
STOCK will be devoted to tha tnrreaae of
tha buatnees to enlarge the output of
TALK-O-PH NEf to 7y0 a dy, the, full
capacity of the plant.
Pharea are bow aelltng at lf pir value.
Why not Invent now? Every atockhnlder will
ahara In the semi-annual dividend of a per
rent, which will b paid July 1.
Better Investigate at onrt. Prospect u a M
HAERTHER, LEGG & GO.
Fiscal Agents, Ttlk-0-Phone Co., Toledo
1103 Drexel Bldg.
I earn the truth about this wonderful
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