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TIIE 0MA1IA DAILY BEE: RATUHDAY, MAY 19, 1906.
THE two beet Ban Francisco book ar
. Flahop rllovi' and the one written by
Char) banks and Cpl Read. We Mil
both; (HQ pags; lnO photo; to per cent;
credit; freight paid; outfit (re, W. A.
Hlxenbaugh Co, War Bla., Omaha.
AOENTS wanted on our new work, Th
Destruction of fan Francisco." Abso
lutely new and nonssnsatlonal. Illus
trated. fH!l with enmr-rehenalT valua
bl Information and containing a Urge
ral map of the city, a It tii with th
burned district, fully outlined. Coin
plot outfit and terra sent prepaid upon
receipt of 20 cents. Kand-McNally A
Co.. Chicago, IlL J
BAN FRANCISCO OREAT DISASTER.
Only II book. Far outsells hlaher prlred
bonks. iJifge, fully Illustrated. Kstra
terma. Freight paid. Credit given.
Outfit free. 2lgler Co., 116 locust St.,
Philadelphia, Pa. J 66 lx
MEN of good appesranre splendid chance
a winner for the homes men making
from $18 to 136 weekly. Room 2. f'axton
block. I to a. m. and B p. m. E. E.
Tiunran. J 563
WANTED TO RENT
YOT'NO couple want two unfurnished
rooms with rnned family, In good nelRh
borhood, near nice place to take meals.
Address E . Bee. K-632
V ANTED Three or four furnished rooms
for light housekeeping, close In. Addreaa
Fred C. Frlnk, Krug theater.
K 567 2tix
WANTED To rent, a furnished houce for
the summer. Address E 4.', Bee.
K fiM 20x
WANTED Will pay liberally for one or
two large well furnished rooms In pri
vate family. Hanarom park neighbor
hood: references exchanged. Address K
43, Ree Kr5J2yx
HORSES AND WAGONS FOR SALE
FOR BALE High bred riding mare. years
old, well gaited. gentle, weight about l.UK)
lbs. Inquire fc3 Charles St., after p. m.
P H&SS 2uX
FOR HALE Horses, high class, high act
ing, well hred single drivers; matched
pairs, young, sound, large, also sp'd
prospects and horses with records. These
horses on sale at Genoa, Neb., after May
10. Come o.- writ. Roberts & rUillmu-i,
Oenoa, Neb P-Mlua 20
MUST soil my open family Surrey, cheap,
almost new, roomy. Telephone Harney
K. A. STURGivS, eglstered attorney; pat
ents, trade ir.'.rks, copyrights; no fee un.
leas successful, ill N. Y. Life, Omaha.
V. i- LARSON & CO.. patent lawyers;
patent book free. Be Uldg.. Omaha, Neb.
fcHAKI'E MACH1NB WORKS-Patents
procured, invention developed, drawings,
patterns, castings, machine work. 04-6l2
at. 10th 8t. 3oI
f A'lT.NTS procured, Bought and sold. Na
tional lnvestnant Co., ai Douglas Block.
t.lOO-arre ranch. centr of tat of N.
braska; want good genoral stock mer
, chandlso. Ranch price, 31,000.
1,400 acrea wheat and alfalfa land north
west Missouri; want rental or merchan
dise. Price of land, 121,000.
JCHN M. LIVJNUSTON.
Nebraska City, Neb.
' ... Z M412 21
IF YOU do not find what you want in this
column, put an ad In and you will aoon
get it. Z-tut
MME. HLDDHA, LEADING PALMIST.
Call at No. 113 Soutb 16th St., upstair.
Resultful prediction absolutely given'.
MRS. FAl'ST i now permanently located
at 1606 Cuming St. Ladles, 60c; gentle
men, 1. Satisfaction guaranteed.
GO TO Mrs. O'Neal, (colored) palmist and
card reader, with your troubles. Tel. Rod
1f1. 1214 N. list. S 6f4 24x
ANCHOR and iron fencing.
6c oer ft. 206 N. 17th Si. Tel. Red 8
WIRE and Iron fencing, hitching post,
wire trellis. Omaha Wire & Iron Works,
'U27 Far nam street. Tel. Red 6!Jt.
M W6 J9
LYNG3TAD High Grade 180S Calendar.
a. inDvr 8 E- corner 1th St. and
& JORVE. capltol Ave. M
ENGRAVING and printing. Kotera
Co.. 1610 Howard. Tel. Douglaa kjol.
YOU CAN RENT
An OLIVER TYPEWRITER with oak
labia for 13.00 monthly.
CONVENIENT AT HOME.
THE OL1VUR TYPEWRITER CO.,
Ill 8. 16th ot. Tel. Doug. 2911.
BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES
WIS TRUST EVERYBODY, easy payments,
and lead the world In cheap prices no
billiard and pool tables and bar fixtures;
catalogue f r. Th Brunswick-Balko-Collendor
Co., 407 8. 10th St., Omaha, Neb.
CUT-RATE railway tickets everywhere,
P. H. Flillblo, 1606 Farnam. 'Phone Doug.
LARSON JOHNSON, 140 Farnam. Doug.
L. HENDERSON. 1619 Farnam. Tel. Doug.
HE8S 8WOBODA. 1416 Farnam.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
3. M. MACFARLAND, SOS N. Y. L. Bldg.
Tel. Douglaa t&H. MQ
CEMENT BLOCK MACHINERY
Tapp Construction Co., 203 Neville Blk.
MUaa fac down vemant block machin.
JOH NSON Inatllute, til N. Y. L. Tel. Doug.
PROPOSALS FOR CLOTHING AND
qulpag Depot guartermaater Ofhca,
td and Ollv St., tit. Loula, Mo.. May
lg. lduu. Bealed proposala. In trinllcatr.
Subject to usual coudltiona, will be received
her until 12 o'clock noon. Jun 6. 1mi6. and
then opened, for furmahlng and delivering
gt in oi. uiui u'H'ui oi in guartermatt-
1r s Department, , v... . army, s.ooo corn
rooms and L5u0 scrubbing brushes. The
right Is mserved to reject or accept any or
all proposala or any part thereof. Prefer
ence will b given to articles of domestic
manufacture, condition of quality and
price (inducting m price oi foreign produe
lions or manufactures (be duty thvreont La
ln equal. Standard samples to. be seen at
and blanks for proposals and full Informa
tion will be furnished upon application to
this office. Envelopes contalrdng proposals
to b endorsed r roposais lor clothing and
EQulnaa. to be opened at 12 o'clock
Jun 6, 190. Lt. Col. F. Von etch
Depot Quartermaster, U. Army.''
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
at rarna Paaer. 1.0 a Year.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
Office, 10 Pcaari
CUMMINS IN CITY ALL DAY
Governor Put in the Time Eeitintj at Hit
Boom in ilotol.
DENIES REPORT OF PHYSICAL BREAKDOWN
Sot Inrllaed to Talk Mark on Prob
able Rtnilt of the. (aniaalan.
Farther Thaat to Say He Wai
Satlsfle-d With Oatlook.
Governor A. B. Cummins spent Friday In
Council Bluffs and will leave early this
morning for Atlantic, Cass county, where
he will attend ' a banquet given In his
honor and speak during the afternoon, re
turning to Des Moines at night. Mr. Cum
mins' visit to this city was to enjoy a
day s rest. Thursday evening he spoke at
Sheldon. O'Brien county, and, having no
dale yesterday, he decided to rest up, and
with this In view spent th greater part of
yesterday In his room at the Grand hotel.
During the evening he waa greeted by a
number of friends.
Governor Cummins, while showing th
strain of his strenuous campaign, cannot
be classed as a sick man by any means
and tie said the dispatch sent eut from
Fort Dodge that he had been selxed with
nervous prostration was entirely without
foundation. His voice, if anything, ap
peared somewhat hoarser than when h
was in Council Bluffs a week ag-o.
Mr. Cummins, while not anxious to dis
cuss the campaign, expressed confidence In
his ability to overcome Ills opponents.
Knf orrtaa; Ordinance on Plumbing.
1 he new ordinance requiring that all
brick tnken up ior laying water or gas
mains or for other purposes must be re
laid on a concrete base of not less than
six Inches Is to be rigidly enforced. Yester
day afternoon a report was made to City
Marshal Richmond the firm of Stephan
Bros, was relaying the brick paving on
Pearl street, torn up for the placing of
water connections, without the concrete
base. Major Richmond at once notified the
firm to stop work, take up such brick as
had been relald and put In the concrete
base. No arrests were made, as Walter
Btephan stated to Chief Richmond that he
wus unaware of the conditions of the new
In excavating yesterday morning fur th
water connections employes of Slephan
Bros, uncovered an ancient well which had
evidently been undisturbed since the pio
neer days of the city. This well, with about
six feet of water In It and the old Iron
pipe, was found about twenty feet from
the curb and close to the outer rail of the
east motor track. It was covered with
heavy boards, which, It Is supposed, had
been placed there at the time Pearl street
was laid out and graded. The brick walls
of the old well were found tobe In good
condition. Old timers are of th opinion
that the well was formerly In the yard of
the residence of Dr. McMahon, who had a
residence on what Is now Main street. At
that time there was no building on Pearl
street and In fact the street had not ven
been laid out. It took several wagon loads
of dirt to fill th old well.
Matter In District Coart.
Reginald and George Blake, th two boy
whose father, William Blake, was alleged
to have neglected, were before Judge
Wheeler In the Juvenile division of th dis
trict court yesterday. The father promised
to give the boys better car and attention
and the court dismissed the case.
Mrs. John L. Kenney was cited to appear
before Juatlce Field yesterday on com
plaint of David P. Simmons, who charged
her with beating and knocking down hi
lt-year-old daughter, Madalln. The trouble
Is said to have resulted from a neighbor
hood row. Mrs. Knney gave bond for her
appearance next Wednesday in court.
In district court this morning Judg
Wheelar will pas sentence on Mickey Tag
gert, the youth convicted of snatching a
pocketbook from Mr. May Solomon and
on Charles, alia "Dutch", Stevenson, who
by agreement pleaded guilty to the theft
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Mmw York Pari 0 Day
LA FBOVENCB, neweet of fast levlatbana,
baring passenger elevator, roof cafe, and man
ther innovation, fleet of modern, gigantic
Twin-Screw and Express Steamers; naval offi
cer' man-of-war discipline. Company a vest.
Buled trains. Havre-Paris, s kours.
LA PROVENCB ..
LA LORRAINE .
For clan, reservations and full Informa
tion call on, telephone, or writ to
Harry K. Moore, 1601 Farnam Street
Louis rese, rare First National Bank
J. IS. Reynolds, 1502 Farnam Street
V. O. Davidson. 1512 Farnam Street
O. E. Akbett. Farnam Street,
W. K. ltock. 1524 Farnam Street.
aVa-oata to Onanka
SCANDLN A V lAii-A&l LKICAN UM
1,0 Ta Twlo-crw ri nf ItiUMri
Norway, Sweden mi Dejuaark
stlln trum Maw lark at aeaa.
XaUif Olav Kay M
I Mitu o l A i ba..june 7, juty is, au. xu
OSCAR II Jun 21. Aug. 2. Kept. 12
C. F. TIETOEN. . . .June 28. Aug. . Sept. 2n
HELIO OLAV July 6. Aug. 1&. Sept. 27
rint rabln. an upwards; aaoona Main, talks.
Far Tlrketa apply t Local Acaata, t
A. B. JOH.MOJi CO- 1 Broadway. N. T.
PROPOSALS FOR MACHINERY, EN-
arine. printing; pta. ic.. t-ipeion, Minn,
May 12, 1J. bealed proposals, plainly
marked on the outside of the sealed en
velop "urouoaals (or macmnery, tools,
etc., and addressed to th undersigned at
Pipestone, alum., will be received at the
Indian school until 2 o'clock p. m. of
Saturday, June 1 1, for furnishing and
delivering a Dlaaer. cul-oll aawa, aria.
engln lathe, mortising machine, baud
saw, 10-horsd power gasoline engine, one
printing press, type, etc., as per list ana
apectneationa obtainable at th school. Bid
der must elate in their bids Ike proposed
price of each article to be offered undar
contract. The right is reserved to raject
any uid.'or any part of any bid, If deemed
for the best Interest of the service. Each
bid must b accompanied by a certified
check or draft upon eo.ne L'nlted Stat
depository cr solvent national bank, mad
payable to the order of th Commlasloner
of Indian Affairs, for at least 6 per cent
of the amount of the proposal, which Qhack
or draft ehall be forfeited to th United
State In cas a bidder receiving an award
snail fall to execute promptly a satisfac
tory contract in accordance wltb hi bid,
otherwise to be returned to th bidder.
Bid accompanied by cash In 11a u of certi
fied check will not ba conaldered.
W. 8. CAMPBELL. Sapt.
Bt. Tel. 48.
of clothing of less vslue than $3) from the
pawnshop of S. Friedman.
TE THOlsAM) DOLLAR WtM'KIl
Y. M. ('. A. eds It aa Starter for
"Is ther a person willing to donat 110,000
towards the Young Men's Christian asso
ciation? ' If there Is the committee. In
charge of the project would be glad to hear
from him or her at the earliest opportunity.
Frank C. Rtker of the committee, who hss
be?n In communication with one of the
leading Young Men's Christian association
campaigners for funds, with a view of se
curing his sen-Ices for Council Bluffs, re
ceived letters from him yesterday In which
he suggests that In order to make the can
vass for subscriptions successful the com
mittee should first secure the promise of a
donation of at least llrt.uOD conditional on
the balance of the amount needed be raised
within thirty days. The writer, while not
stating so directly, gives the inference that
If such a donation la secured by the com
mittee he would b willing to give his serv
ices for at least three weeks during the
coming month to manage a campaign In
this, aa he has done most successfully in
several larger - cities,
Rustio hickory and Adirondack silver
birch porch furniture, Vudor porch shades,
Vudor hammocks, Vudor hammock chairs.
If you want solid comrort on a not 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
last Saturday we had good lines, but
today we have the finest we have had this
year. We do nit like to brag, but w can
not help It when wc hava got the goods.
They are now shipped from Missouri. The
prices for these are 10c or three for 25c. W
have others that we will sell, 4 for 25c;
new potatoes, 4 pounds for 26e: tomatoes,
l'.'Hc per pound; cucumbers, 10c; pineapples.
10c; radishes, lc per bunch; wax beans, 15c
per pound; cabbage, 5c;. asparagus, 6 and
10c a bunch. Bartel & Miller. Tel. 859.
Smoking Is a pleasure; not a habit. We
have found that out. Our customers all
say It Is a pleasure to smoke our cigars.
Now, If you want a real half hour's pleas
ure come In and let us sell you cigar after
this. We are located at 30 Pearl St., our
new location. Maloney.
You are safe when you Intrust your wall
paper work to us. We want you to be
satisfied so we will get your work again;
therefore we do It right, and if you buy
wall paper of us we make a price that will
satisfy you. Borwlck, 211 B. Main. Tel.
Right now Is the time to paper and paint
and If you arc going to paint and paper
let the Council Bluffs Paint, Oil and Glass
company do your painting and papering,
because they do it right.
Cream Ormonde, 50c a Jar. There Is noth
ing like It for the complexion, sore hands,
feet or face. It' cooling, soothing and haa
a very sweet smell. Graves Is th sole
agent, 106 Pearl street.
Why can you tell that Mucci's Ice cream
Is swell? Because he makes the pure
Neapolitan lc cream at 80c a brick. 211
W. Broadway. Telephone 3R4.
Band Concert Sanday.
The park commissioners have arranged
a treat for the people of Council Bluffs
In the nature of a military band concert
at Falrmount park Sunday afternoon by
the band of the Thirtieth T'nlted States
Infantry from Fort Crook, under the leader
ahlp of Bandmaster August Haase.
President A. C. Graham and Secretary
Kd Bowman of the park board went to
Fort Crook yesterday and concluded tho
arrangements for the appearance of the
band Sunday afternoon at Falrmount park.
The concert will commence at 2:20 o'clock
and the band will render a program of
thirteen numbers with probably some ex
tras. This Is the program arranged by Band
master Haase for Sunday afternoon:
March Honor to the Brave Rolllnson
Overture Hchanspiel Bach
rantasie Honrs of Ireland.... Mruait
Walt Evergreen Haase
Intermeszo The Flying Arrow Holsman
Overture The Beautiful Galatea Suppe
Musical Suite From Foreign Coun
tries , Mozkowsky
Descriptive A Hunting Scene. ...Buccalossl
Walts Prayer and Paaaion Grimm
Medley Overture The Star O'Hare
Melodie of Love Engleman
March Thirtieth United States In
Star Spangled Banner (
When your hard day's work Is don get
a hammock and hang It In th cool shad
and take life easy for an hour or so. If
you havtn't got on go to Bwain A
Mauer. they hav th best hammocks for
T6o and up to 24.00.
Investigate onr cheap land proposition In
astern Colorado, S6 per acre for raising all
kind of crop; good soil; best of water;
delightful climate. Excursion first and
third Tuesday a of each month. Send 'for
printed matter. F. C. Lougee, 124 Main
street. Council Bluffs, Is.
"In th springtime" everybody cleans
house; housekeepers are always on th
lookout for some agent to lessen thla ardu
ous duty. "Old Dutch Cleanser Chase
Dirt." For a free demonstration see Mc
A tee's show window.
If you prefer quality to quantity and
absolut satisfaction to yourself, gat
Schmidt's photos. Always guaranteed to
please. 'Phon S67; 406 Broadway.
Special sale on pair and halt pair of
beautiful lac curtains, 60c to II. Btockert
Porch and Iswn furnltur. D. W. Keller,
102 South Main.
Wedding? Presents Stolen.
Unless th police succeed In recovering
th stolen Jewelry. A. H. Collier, rooming
at 114 South Seventh street, will have to
purchase two rings to replace those which
he had Intended giving to his fiance. Col
Her reported to the police yesterday morn
lng that a thief had broken Into his trunk
and stolen fc5 in cvsh, a 160 diamond ring
a 212 topas ring, besides other articles -In
tended for his wedding, the day for which
had been set. The thief had auoceeded In
unlocking the trunk and then relocklng It,
Collier imparted hi suspicion to th po
He and th latter have started on th
trail of th suspect.
Looking! tor Piano.
Omaha attorney war In Council Bluffs
yesterday endeavoring to locate a number
of piano forming part of. th stock of
th Perfield Piano company of th city
across th river. It I said that th Per
field company mad an assignment Tburs
day to Mis Effi Ellis, a music teacher
of thla city, for th benefit of It creditor
and It 1 alleged that th transfer ot a
number of pianos to this side of the river
took place under this assignment.
R. Stewart, said to be a medical atudent
at Crelghton, who claims to be on of the
firm largest creditors, went Into court
With bankruptcy proceedings glnt the
Perfield company and secured the appoint
ment of J. M. Donnelly as receiver. Don
nelly at once took possession of what
stock was In sight and began proceedings
to replevin the pianos said to have been
brought to this side of the river.
M-IKR HAVE GOOD PIANOS
Been Sold So Low and on 9nk Una?
It I a well known fact that the A. Hosp
company are the oldest and largest deal-
ers In pianos In the west, operating Uv
storas, contracting for pianos in large
quantities ana oy men- conservative melh-
ods db sell pianos at prices that astonish
competition. It occurred to them that this
Idea of asking S3' to oo per cent more lor
a piano than it was worth, then making
concession and allowances in an Irregular
way, was not a fair proposition, so they
make only one price and that price is
based on th actual cost of Construction.
You can't beat the other fellow, so be safe
and get your piano at A. Hospe company's.
South Main street.
Carpets taken up and cleaned by our sani
tary process and relaid on one day' no
tice. Now Is the time to leave your or
der. Council Bluffs Carpet Cleaning and
Rug Manufacturing company, 30 N. Main
St. Tel. 616.
One of the greatest Inventions of the
twentieth century Is the celebrated ''Star
Ball Bearing" axle on Van Brunt vehicles.
You have only to grease your buggy once
a year; that is worth something. Isn't it?
Besides, - reduces draft one-half. Call
around and examine It.
Do you want your home decorated this
spring? If so see the new line of Imported
goods at Hewetson'a New Wall Paper
Btore, Maaontc temple, Broadway, Council
Haa your husband a nice, comfortable
den where he can go and take a smoke and
rest? 1 have some odd rolls of the Blrge
papers which I am closing out very cheap.
See them; they are the thing for coxy nooks
and dens. Jiewetson's, Masonic temple,
Parties having houses for rent or sale,
list them with Clifton-Walker Co. for quick
action. Recent sales have greatly reduced
our list and we have customers watting for
New and attractive goods coming In all
the time at Hewetson's New Picture and
Art Store. Framing a specialty. Masonic
temple, Broadway, Council Bluffs.
Go to Hicks' for your money's worth in
tailoring. No bluff, either.
N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tel. 260. Night, L9S.
Woman and Doge Botk Free,
Mrs. John Anderson of 2904 Avenue B
was in police court yesterday morning on
complaint of Frank Hennlng, a next door
neighbor, who charged her with discharg
ing firearms within the city limits, which
Is contrary to the city ordinances. During
in nearjng it developed that Hennlng's
sole objection to Mrs. Anderson using lire-
arm about her place of residence was
that he feared she might not prove always
a sure markswoman and that some of her
shots might go astray and wound him or
some member of Ma family.
Mrs. Anderson, it seemed, had used a
small rifle with the view of exterminating
a small dog belonging to some resident In
her Immediate neighborhood, which, she
asserted, had a penchant for her young
spring chickens. To the dog's appetite for
spring chickens Mrs. Anderson ascribed the
loss of six of her blood. Judge Scott tils
charged Mrs. Anderson with a recom
mendation that In future she more care
fully observe the city ordinances.
Twenty Per Cent Discount.
Bale on Jardlnlera this week at W.
Absolutely pure unfermented grape juice,
26c and 60c a bottle. Wash boilers, 2126 to
12.75, the best grade of boiler In the market.
Gasoline stoves, 22.25; .garden tools, screen
wire, lHo per square foot. J. Olson, Tel.
113. 732 West Broadway.
The Title Guaranty and Trust company.
abstracters of titles. Books date back to
1863. Books are all up to date. Work ac
curately and promptly done at lowest
prices. Office opposite court house, 233 Pearl
street. Council Bluffs, I.
If you don't read this you will lose your
digestion. Read lt and then call your
grocer and order a sack of Big A flour,
the kind that pleases.
Don't forget that I have fine spring and
summer suits from 220 to 125. E. 8. Hick.
A good school 1 Western Iowa college.
Hordln Directs Mnnnwa Band.
B. Nordln of Omaha, lt 1 announced,
'111 conduct the band at Lake Manawa
thla summer Instead of A. A. Covalt. - The
announcement come a great aurpr's
to Mr. Covalt and his many friends. Mr.
Nordin haa been In charge of the band
at Courtland Beach for the last two sea
sons. Mr. Covalt, who has been conductor
of th Manawa band for the last four
years, said he did not know why the change
was made. He said he had expected to
act as director of the band again this
season and had made hi arrangement for
the summer accordingly. A day or so ago,
however, he learned that his services would
not be rengaged and that Mr. Nordln hud
been selected as band director.
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday
to the following:
Name and Residence. -Agi
William Davis, Han Francisco 27
Mamie Lee, Omaha -js
Charles Fred Rletzke, Kensington. Kan. 23
Matilda Rletzke, Kensington, Kan ..26
CENTRAL FLOUR-61.15. Every sack
warranted. Central Grocery and Meat
A good school Is Western Iowa college.
Davis sell drugs.
Btockert sells carpets.
Ed Rodgers' Tony Faust beer.
New location. 30 Pearl Bt. -Maloney.
TMumblng and heating, Bixby aV Bon.
A good school is Western lowa college.
Woodrlng Undertaking Company. Tsl 12$.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone 7.
Diamonds as sn Investment. Talk to
Lefftrt about It.
Buy your Edison records from William
son. 17 8. Main Bt.
Beautiful lace door panels, 35c and up.
Btockert Carpet Co.
Prlc and ice-saving refrigerator at D.
W. Keller . 10S Boulb Main.
Buy your cigar band for decoration
work at Alexander' art store, 133 B'way.
For Imported wines, liquor and cham
pagne. L. Rosnfeld company, 611 Main.
Buy your Ice cream at 1. Muccl. the Ice
cream man. Plain lo cream, 26c a brick.
Wanted All K. O. T. M s to bring their
shot-s for repair to Chris Loaalh, at 21
H. V. Battey. clerk of th district court.
arrived home last evening from Excelsior
Six per cent mortgages on ral estat
for aal. Absolut aecurity. Cllflon
Moving van and wagons: furnltur
storei. Neshltt's Trsnsfer and Storage.
Tel. 2S. offlc 111 West Broadway.
Look before you leap, but when you do
leap, leap for one of Clark's sodas, ail
flavors. They ai the best. Clark Drug Co.
Shades ready made and made to order
In all colors. Ask to see the patent hold
ers. Hewetson's, Masonic temple. Council
Two kinds of sawdust. We have a full
car of coarse for the Iceman and a nice
lot of fine for the merchant tor store floors.
Do not forget the Council Bluffs Paint.
Oil and Glass company when it comes to
wall paper because they can make you
,n brat figures.
Tor Salo Will sacrlfl. e on my fine piano.
Schmoller Mueller's, 402 Broadway.
council ttluns, Iowa.
IV) not sell your old Iroii. copper, brass
and old rubbers before you see us. V
pay 9 per ton for No. 1 machinery Iron.
J. Kattleman, 802 S. Main. Tel. D0.
We have the finest line of sample monu
ment to select from In the west. Sheely
& Lane Murble and Gvwnite Works, 217
East Broudway, Council Bluffs, la.
Buy your Immnioiks early and get a full
season's use of it. We have them f r m
7Tc to f! each. See them at our store,
Pnddock & Handschy Hardware company.
Mandolin cases, violin cases, anything In
tm n,,,d(r.iil lli.lrumjinl llllA lit most rMI
unable prices at Uourlcus' Piano House,"!
33a Broadway where the organ aianas upou
Morgan Cutler and Forest Haverstock ar
rived yesterday from Chicago, where they
are attending the Hahnemann Medical col
lege, to spend the summer vacation with
The First Ward Improvement club will
meet this evening in the city council cham
ber. Any citizen of the First ward can be
come a member, and all are cordially In
vited to attend.
Joppa council. Royal and Select Masters,
will meet tonight in speilal assembly for
work in the Royal and Select MHHters de
gree. A banquet will be served at the
close of the session.
The Rock Island railroad will run a
special Sunday to Neola for the ball game
between the Petersen ft Sctmeiiltig team
of this city and the Neola team. Covalt s
baud will accompany the team from here.
Klmer A. Olson, the 11-year-old sou of
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Olson, Zliw Avenue C,
died yesterday. The funeral will ba held
tills afternoon at 3 o'clock from the resi
dence and interment will be In Falrvlew
Clyde Clemmer, Loren Andi'us and Jay
Cleaver, the high school's representative
to the state high school Held meet at
Iowa City, left for the university town
yesterday morning. They were accom
panied bv a number of rooters and Prof.
Fred Grass of the high school faculty.
Why does Borwlck s wall paper give th
best satisfaction? Because he sells tn
best paper In the city for the money and
docs His work right. His customers never
complain tihafs saying a whole loll, but
If you will call liini up at 211 South Main
street, telephone ih3, and let him do your
work you will be satisfied, too.
John Frankman, a stranger from San
Francisco, was given thirty days In the
county Jail in police court yesteruay morn
ing lor converting to his own use a btjis
journal which he took from the Northwest
ern yards with the intention, as he ad
mitted, of getting "a piece of money," he
being totally devoid of funds.
Rev. Henry DeLong performed the mar
riage ceremony yesterday for the following
couples: William Davis of San Francisco
and Mamie le of Omaha; Charles Fred
Keltzke and Matilda Reitzke, both from
Kensington, Kan. The latter couple are
cousins, and under the laws of Kansas
could not marry in that stale.
The choir of Bt. Paul's Episcopal church,
under the direction of Mrs. W. W. Sher
man, will giye a sacred concert Sunday
evening in place of the regular services.
The choir will be assisted by Frank Badol
let. flutist, with the Boston Symphony Con
cert orchestra. An excellent program' Is
being arranged for. the concert.
The case aguinst Mark Sweney and Mrs.
Ball, charged by the latter husband. R. A.
Ball of Omaha, with maintaining illicit re
lations, wus dismissed in Justice Gardiner
court yeslurday. The defendants showed
that they had been married In this city,
and there being no evidence to show that
the marriage was not legal Justice Uaral
ner dismissed the case.
Merchants Policeman Charles Claar. while
making his rounds last mkht, discovered
William Fry acting susptcuousiy in a iaiK
alley and took him Into custody. He was
ocked up and will tie called upon to ex
plain his presence in the alley before Judge
Bcoit in ponce court this morning, r ry
has recently completed a sentence In the
Fort Madison penitentiary for burglary.
W. H. Kuhn. a resident of Pottawatta
mie county slnoe 1847, died yesterday morn
ing at his home in Garner township, aged
78 years. He leaves a widow, three sons-
Frank of tins city, wrics ot i ieveiana. v..
and William, jr., of Garner and one daugh
terMrs. Albert Downs or this city Be
sides two brothers Rev. D. A. Kuhn of
Fort Wayne, Ind., and L. 11. Kuhn of
Handcock. Md. Mr. Kuhn 1a said to have
driven the first ox team over the plain
to Denver, which city he helped to lay out.
Arrangements for the funeral have not
Two hundred-acre farm five mile from
Missouri Valley. Good Improvements and
orchard. Cheap at (72 per acre. Wallace
Benjamin, room 1, First National bank
building. Office telephone 203.
The cleanest and best restaurant In the
city, service prompt. The Vienna, 414 West
CENTRAL FLOUR-21.15. Every sack
warranted. Central Grocery and Meat
Folding and reclining go-carts.
Keller, 102 South Main.
A good school Is Western Iowa college.
Fifty-Math Realm en t Wanted to lis
to Fort Riley.
WEBSTER CITY, la.. May 18. (Special.)
The announcement sent out from Des
Moines to the effect that the War depart
ment haa made arrangement to accommo
date one of the Iowa regiments at Fort
Riley, Kan., this summer at the annual
camp haa created something of a sensa
tion among the companies of the Fifty
sixth Iowa, of which Company C in this
city I a member This regiment haa re
ceived its encampment orders to go to
6plrlt Lake July 9. It had been under
stood among all the companies of the
regiment that If any of the Iowa regiments
went to Fort Riley this summer It would
he the Fifty-sixth. It Is said that Adju
tant General Thrift himself permitted this
impression to go out and had even said
as much to different officer In the Fifty
sixth. Whose fault la It that this regi
ment Instead of enjoying regular army
maneuvers at the Kansas fort will be sent
tramping through the woods about Iowa's
famous summer resort?
Displeasure over J he situation Is uni
versal over the regiment and a movement
has been atarted to Investigate the matter.
It Is considered her that a promt to
the Fifty-sixth regiment was virtually made
and that this promise has not been ful
filled is laid, not to Adjutant General
Thrift, but to seme one of the regimental
officers. A trip to the beautiful Fort Riley
has been the dream of every member of the
Fifty-sixth for some sixtli months past
when the announcement was allowed to
go out that If any of the Iowa regiments
were given an opportunity to hold Its
summer camp there It would b th Fifty
sixth. When order were received last
week directing this regiment to go to
Spirit Lake lt was taken for granted that
none ot the lowa regiments would ba sent
to Fort Riley. Now that It has been an
nounced that the War department wilt un
dertake to care for one regiment ther the
soldiers are wroth and propose to find
out who ba betrayed them.
If you hav anything to trad ad van laa
lt in th For Exchange column of th
Bee Want Ad peg.
FIGHT FOR DELEGATES HOT
Complexion of Dlction from Wapello
Oonntj is Unoertain.
BOTH FACTIONS CLAIM THE MAJORITY
rtemaepatl Central Committee t'slla
Mate Convention for Waterloo
nnd Fixes Dale Week
i From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, la., May 18.-tSpeclal.)-The
following counties will hold conventions
tomorrow for the selection of delegations to
the ktnte convention: Tama. Mahaska.
Des Moines, Cedar and Wapello. In addl
tlonT primaries will be held In the follow
ing counties: Fremont, Lousla, Decatur
H Is believed by the Perkins managers
that he will carry all the conventions ex
cept Tama, which will probably go to Rath
bun. They expect to carry all counties
where caucuses are to be held and say
tomorrow's results will add 10s delegates
lo the list of the Sioux City man. even
should It happen that the Wapello conven
tion Is dominated by the Cummins follow
ers They also say that this will put the
First district with 118 delegates and the
Eighth district with 158 delegates in the
Perkin's column. In regard to the conven
tion In Wapello county. It Is admitted, by
both tactions that the fight will probably
be the closest of any convention yet held.
Tonight a number of "visiting, statesmen"
are In the city on their way to Ottumwa.
Senator Mitchell, Representative Chassell
of Plymouth and State Labor Commis
sioner Brlgham will go down to watcii
after the governor's Interests. Both shins
have retained attorneys and the various
questions before the convention - w ill be
fought out to the bitter end.
Information received here Is that W. W.
Copeland. who led the Cummins fight in
Des Moines county, concedes that Perkins
has carried the county. Perkins carried
three city wards In caucuses last night,
aggregating fifty-three delegates, and ail
the country precincts, aggregating sixty
five delegates. Cummins got eight dele
gates out of fourteen in the First ward
and three other wards have contesting dele
gations. Democrats Call Convention.
The democratic state central committee
this afternoon selected Waterloo as the
place for holding the state convention ami
fixed the date of August 8, one week fol
lowing the republican convention. Hon.
Dan Hamilton of Slgotirney was selected
temporary chairman. Ex-Consressman
Walt Butler tried to get the date fixed be
fore the republican convention. Secretuiy
C. W. Miller of Waverly said, if sure of
the nomination of Cummins by the republi
cans, he would have favored an earlier
date. Cedar Rapids and Des Moines wanted
the convention. Members from the First,
Third, Sixth, Seventh and Eighth districts
were present. G. L., Casewell of the Denl
son Bulletin was present witli a proxy of
the Tenth district member and Secretary
Miller had the proxy of Moriisey of the
AND MEAT LVaARECET
Doth 'Phones 24. 600-GO2 Broadway.
A Few Special Prices for Saturday
TJncolored Japan Tea,
per pkg. . i
Dr. Price's Food,
Best Country Butter,
per lb. . .
per dozen .......
Try Our Central Flour
iViVPrv snrk wnrrsntarl nr canb-
. , ......
V 1 '
GLEN AVENUE GROCERY
Both Phones 108.
Best Granulated Sugar, 20
Best Country Butter, per lb.. 18c
4 cans beat Atlantic Corn . . . .2fic
3 cans best Atlantic Peas. . . . 2JV
2 cans Red Alaska Salmon. . . .25c
2 3-lb. cans Egg or Green Gage
2 3-lb. cans Bartletf Pears.
3 packages Currants
3 packages Seeded Raisins.
3 lbs. of big Raisins....
4 lbs. best Prunes
4 lbs. Lima Beans
All Patent Flour, per sack
Extra Fancy Strawberries,
TheOrvis Market and Grocery
537 West Broadway. 'Ptiones 46.
FOR SATURDAY ONLY
New Pickle Pork, per lb Oc
.Picnic Hams 7 He
Round Steak, per lb lOc
Sirloin Steak, per lb 10c
Porterhouse Steak, per lb. . . .10c
Pot Roast, per lb 6c
Boiling Beef, per lb 3c
Corn Beef, per lb 3c
Skinned Hams, per lb !2Hc
10 bars Swift's Pride Soap... 25c
Ninth, who Is sick. The resignation of
Quick of he Kleventh district, who ha
moved to Alabama, was ccptid, hut tlis
vacancy not filled
Doctors K.lrct Offlc era.
The house of delegates to the lowa Stale
Medical society, the body created within
the society to look after the business de
tails of the siclety so as to allow th
membership to devote all the llms of the
convention lo scientific study, met today
and elected the following officers for the
ensuing year: President. K. W. Clark of
Grlnnell: vice president, H. A. Llepzlnger
of Burlington: second vice president, M. J
Keneflk of Algona; delegates to the Ameri
can Medical association, Wlllbtm Jepson
of 6loux City. K. K. Dorr of Des llolnes;
secretary, L. V. Trey nor of Council Bluffs;
committee on public health and legisla
tion. Dr. R. Luther Stevens. Des Moines;
chairman. J. M. Kmmert. Atlantic: F. W.
Powers of Waterloo and the president and
secretary. Those determined on an Inves
tigation of the affairs of the hospital at
the Agricultural college succeeded In get
ting the matter brought up In the house of
delegates today and the president was or
dered to appiont a committee, to Investi
gate and report to the society next year.
The society approved the work of the Stale
Tuberculosis society and appropriated IJW
to further the work. An appropriation of
1300 for a monument to N. S. Davla. founder
of the national society, was made. The
proposition to raise a fund to fight mal
practice suits was laid over for a year
with recommendation that county societies
act on It first.
Kclectlcs Fleet Officer.
The State society of Eclectic doctors con
cluded Its anniiHl meeting here today and
selected Des Moines as the place for the
meeting next year. The following officers
were elected for the year: President, E.
B. Fulllam of Muscatine; vice president, A.
E. Moerke, Burlington; secretary-treasurer,
E. D. Wj lle of Des Moines.
The supreme court today handed down
several decisions and arose for the period.
The June period of the court will rtonven
June 6. The case of long, appellant,
against Faebie of Pottawattamie county
was affirmed by operation of law, the su
preme court being evenly divided, three
for affirming the lower court and three for
reversing. The case of Graham, adminis
trator against the Northwestern railway,
appellant, isVs reversed.
Council Bin IT a Real Estate Traaafera.
These transfers were reported to The
Bee May 18, by the Title Ouaranty and
Trust company of Council Bluffs:
A. I. Hartwell and wife to Peter
Kelger. lot 7, In block 11, In Mc
Clelland. la w d $1,2,10
Leonard Everett, Kxr., to Jesse R.
Kennedy, lot 7. In block 15. In Wil
liams' 1st add to Council Bluffs,
la., w d 1,00.)
E. H. Lougee to 11. J. Welse, lot 7.
In block J, In Curtis Ramsey's
add. to Council Bluffs, la, w d....
Peter A. Kern to Henrietta L.
Hakklns, interest In north lo
acres se4 nw 8-74-43, w d
Mb'kelwBtte & Young Co. to Thomas
E. Robertson, part nVs aw1 27-74-40,
J. 1. Edmundson and wife- to
Mii kelwaite Young Co., part ne'
swV4 27-74-40. q r d
J. W. Squires and wife to Mary A.
H.' Farnham, lots 11 and 12, In
Mi ( lew's sud-divlsion in Council
Bluffs, la., q c d
Seven transfers, total ,,
VKCi KTA IJLKS FHKKH FROM
per bunch IV
Large Heads of Lettuce,
Best Sirloin Steak,
Best Round Steak,
per lb. . . .
Salt Spare Ribs,
per lb , . .
Bacon, per lb.
' ' : " 11111
236 West Broadway
; 4 lbs. best Japan Rice ; .25c
I 6 lbs. hand picked Navy Beans 25c
Uncolored Japan Tea, per lb..2ftc
I Lard, per lb ; 10c
' 3-lb. pall Lard . . .2flc
Best Sweet Mixed Pickles, xit. .15c
6 bunches of Radishes...... 5c
2 heads of lettuce 5c
j Green Onions, per bunch.... lc
; . $ Dig uuncnes Asparagus loc
Extra fancy Pineapples, each. . 10c
Extra fancy ripe Tomatoes, lb. 10c
Extra larga Bananas, per dos. . 15o
4 boxes..". 25o
10 bars Diamond "C" Soap . . .25c
Patent flour, sack $1.10
Sugar Corn, per can 5c
Fancy Rice, per lb 5c
Good Tea, 2 lbs. .. ,25c
Soda Crackers, lb . . , 5c
Oyster Crackers, lb 5c
G lbs. Navy Bean for. . . . , . .25c
Good Butter, per lb 18c
20 lbs. Cane ugar fl.OO
2 lbs. Good Coffw 25c
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