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THE OMAHA. SUNDAY. BEE: JUNE 10, 190ft.
Offlcc, 10 Pearl St. Tel. 43.
Davis sells drugs.
t-'tnckert sells carpet.
I'd Rogen" Tonjr Faust beer.
aw location. JO Pearl Bt. Maloney.
Plumbing and heating. Bixby A Son.
Uondrlng Undertaking company. Tel. 339.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone 97.
Diamond aa an Investment, Talk to
I.efCrri about It. .
Special course for public achoo! pupil
given at Western Iowa College.
ll ultra In barefoot sandals for chil
dren at Sargent's Family Shoe Store.
do Sterhen Bros, for fire brick and fir
elity. sewer pipe, fitting i-nd garden hos.
Fred Marten, aged C7 year, an Inmate
of tne county poor farm at McClelland died
i you hava tender feet and want a
good comfortable anoo . ee Duncan oc
1, ufi, :3 Main aireet.
l i e cheapest ard bent lots for dwelling
aio lo be had In Babbitt Place. Sold ly
....,. T. Oltlccr, iU U way.
jUovlng vans and wngon; furnitura
ikied. Nesbltt's iraneier and Storage.
T'l. ?J- Oflice 111 West Broadway.
Picture Framing a pecley. Picture
framed to older. Prices i oaoiiable. Bur
Vink. ill South Main atreot. Tel. fe3.
ixof. A. K. Heap" of the high achooi
fat.-in i y .: gout- 10 Chicago to tnxe a
ai.ii.ntr course at the unlverMty there.
CLY DOTY MAY BE ALIVE
Tonne; Man Thought to Hare Committed
Suicide ii a Gnipect Now.
MARSHAL OF WESTON STRIKES A CLUE
Arreata Wayfarer Who Answer
Deaerlptlon Seat Oat of Missing
Voatb, bat Taraa Him
There la now considerable doubt a to
whether Guy R. Doty, the young man
from Juniata., Neb., part of whose clothing
wu found last Sunday near the river bank,
did commit aulclde by throwing hlmaelf
Into the Missouri river. A search of the
river bank In the vicinity of the place
where the clothing waa discovered failed
to reveal any footprlnta leading to the
Yesterday Chief of Police Richmond re
ceived a communication from J. W. Mur-
idock, city marshal of Weston, Mo., In
1 bhlih t r- Unrlnnl. PtnVftVI the I n f f 1 T 711 -
uruir-UVrtal SuannV: that a rn .n.rmg the de-
liibl-cliif . t. A. bpvncer. la V it Broad- ( acrlption sent out by the authorltlea of
.i.. I this cltv of young Doty had been picked
1 he Ideal Hustlers will play the Stnr- , h Tn), degcrlpton of the
Hunts of i-uiHha tins afternoon at tne South I v , . v... ,K.
I. ,.. h:,,l narK Sixth street and a.xt-entn young man at Weston answers that of the
... I supposed suicide, even to a crooked little
Pictures make moat deairsble wedding ' ringer on the right hand. Aa the carda
gin. cue tne choice assortment at Alex- Mnt out fron) Councll Bluffs only offered
places -.tYies." '" reward of $2R for the recovery of the
i '.i' bale WUI sacrifice on my fine piano. I body. Marshal Murdock did not feel that
iu minis If desired. Can ba seen at I he was empowered to hold the young man
bciihioiler Ac Mueller a. BruM"whom lie suspected to be young Doty
s..i.icu lilulls, la. I.. . . ...
Mrs. May H. Prior yesterday dismissed
ill be held at noon. The time for con
firmation has been postponed until Sunday,
First Christian church. Rev. W.B. Clem
mer, pastor. Morning ' service. 11 o'clock;
subject of pastor's sermon. "Some Teaching
Ideals In the Bible School." At the even
ing aervlce there will be a special musical
program under the direction of Miss Lulu
Van Brunt, chorister, followed by the ser
mon by the paster to the Tribe of Ben
Hur. Sunday school will be at 9.45 a. m.
Loyalty Christian Endeavor meeting at
I p. m., and Young People'a Christian En
deavor society at 7 p. m.
At the Broadway Methodist church
children's day anniversary will be recog
nized In the use of an Illustrated sermon
by the pastor at 10:30 a. m.; topic of the
sermon. "Manaen and Hia Brother." Par
rnta are. requested to bring their children
to the rooming preaching aervlce as well
aa the Sabbath school. There will be
good music at all of the services of the
church. Sunday school at noon. Epworth
league at 7 p. m. and preaching aervlce at
8 p. m. Topic of the evening service, "The
Life Behind the Law."
At the Reorganized Church of Jesue
Christ of lAtter Day Saints Elder Charles
Fry will preach at 10:46 a. m. and Elder
F. E. Cohrt at 7:45 p. m. Sunday school
will be at noon and young people'a meeting
at 6 p. m.
third Tueedays ef each month,
printed matter. F. C. t.ougee,
street. Council Bluffs. Ia.
In tne uiniilci cuuri tne suit for divot ce
i. uugiit uy i. r u lew da ao ogainai
ouuitttt A. i'r.ur.
Do not seii your old Iron, copper, brass
aiiti Old iu.,nd lluic sou tea u. WO
iiay f pi-1" .or I oiHc:u,eiy iiuii.
m. ivauiuiiiun, elk, ti. -NlJiil. it'-
tt iiave inu llatikl imo of sample monu
nieiua to i-itct iioui in lue weai. bheely
ot Lam: Mamie and Oianlttt worka, Ui
i.iifi. iiuu), Council lilutra, la.
,, wiioieiaie ice cream. Shipped to
Marshal Murdock. In the hope of keeping
the young man there until the Doty family
at Juniata could be communicated with,
offered to secure work for him. but the
young fellow left town as soon as he was
Chief Richmond, after reading the letter
from the Weston marshal, feels convinced
that Doty did not commit suicide, but that
the clothing placed by the river and the
lettcra found In the pocket of the coat
pari ot me siaie. """ ..V w t were only part of a ruse to lead the young
ii,o ieiall trade. Ju Wuoci. mi woai
i.oauwmy. Co. liiuffs. la. Tel. 4. man'a family to believe that he had done
.wrs. Katherlne garnish died yesterday away with himself. Major Richmond for
auernoon at her home, 160 fc'ittu avenui-, , warded the letter from the Weston officer
nom neart .troUDie, agea .w yen, uuc
uaughter, Misa Fannie Samlsn, aurvlvea
Ilervey Newell DeVol and 'Mlnnlo May
ljtixon, both of Omaha, were married In
w.l nty yesterday afternoon by Rev. O. W.
Biiytli'i' at bt. John's Knglisn Lutheran
Uj you want to cool off? Go to the
Ciaik Drug Co. and get one of their de
licious Ice cream sooas, sit down at a
nice clean table, under an electric fan,
and you will have no trouble In keeping
Senator C. G. Saunders and Dr. H. S.
West are home from a tlslilug trip to
Jetferson lake, Wisconsin. County Aitor-
nev J. J. HeKS and W. A. Maurer, who!
1. .lined the rest of the party, will remain
inert) until Monday.
A special train of fourteen cara of race
homes belonging to J. D. Hagen, the Call
loinia horaeina.n, arrived from the west laat
oviMitnv and waa transferred to the Il
linois Central at tlila point. Tne horses
are uouna for the east.
The members of the local Woman'a Chris
tian Temperance union observed the Na
tioal Flower Mission day yesterday by
carrying forty-nve bouquets of flowera to
tne . nutates of the county and city Jntls
and the patients ut the General hospital.
lieu, in otricer Lucas has been detuned lo
see tnut tne ordinance reguiating licet
overhanging sluewalks Is enforced. Ti.i
oruinaiicv requires that all trees ovi
liaiigniK sidewalks must be cut to a helg.,1
ol ui least eight feet from the sldewaia.
iw-.cmiipiiitsut No. 8, Union Veteran
lcKiun, lust night installed Miss Hobos as
tiaugnter of tne encampment," to sucoeed
Mlaa eyiia iSnyder, who lias filled the po
sition lor a number of yeare and who re
,i.ed. owing lo Her approacnlng marriage.
Arthur Southwell paid 85 and costa In
Justice Gardiner's court yesterday for as
suuitinK Jens Thompson, a neighbor. The
trouble between the two was said to have
si u ted over Southwell charging Thomp
son a children with purloining Ills cherries.
Mrs. Maggie Frank gave an informal re
ception Friday nfternoon at her residence,
Dli South Seventh street, for the members
of the Woman's Christian Temperance
urHo:i and their friends. Mrs. E. K. Denny
and Mrs. O. U. Oldham contributed to the
Police Officer Maher Is temporarily off
duty owing to stepping on a rusty nail.
ord from Iowa City yesterday was to
the effect that Council Bluffs had been
aelected for the next meeting of the Iowa
Slate Manufacturers' association, which
closed Its convention there yesterday afternoon.
to Doty's father at Juniata yesterday.
Why shorten your life by baking over
a hot stove when you can buy better bread
and pastiles at McAlea? the real
merit of our goods tfrat makea them ao
tropular. They are not aiinply equal to, but
tter than any sold In the city. Try
Twentieth Ceutury and Colonial bread and
The police learned yesterday that Myrtle
Chirk, the young woman from Irwin. Ia.,
who left her grip full of clothing on the
fciriHwalk on Main street some days ago
a nd' then walked away, la working in the
Woodward candy factory In this city. No
tice of the young woman's whereabouta
has been sent to her parents at Irwin.
Dr. E. P. Bellinger left yesterdny for
Ban Francisco for the purpose of trying to
recover his Jewelry and money which were
in the t.afe of the Rush hotel, which was
completely destroyed by the earthquake
and aubaequent nre. Dr. Bellinger haa
hopes of recovering part, If not all, of his
. puMi-esslnns. He expects to return by the
erd of the week.
Inez Beman, who claims to be the wife of
George Clark, a saloon keeper of this clly.
was before Judge Wheeler yesterday for
tne seconc time on a charge ot being a
AT THE COt'SCIL DI.I'PFS CHI BCHE8
Chlldren'a Day Will Be C.lvea Appro
First Congregational church, Dr. Otter
bern O. Smith, pastor. Morning service
at 10:80. Evening service at 8:00. Sunday
school, noon. Prayer meeting Wednesday
evening at 8:00. doming. Children's Day
program and christening of children.
Evening subject: "A Review of the Re
cent Book, 'A Business Man's Common
Sense View of Hell.' " Special music
morning and evening.
CHILDREN'S DAY PROGRAM.
Prelude and Processional ....Hymn 148
Invocation and Lord's . Prayer
Responsive Reading Nos. 266 and 267
Recitation John Kimball
Song Marching Onward. No. 84
By School and Choir
Song By Junior and Primary Classes
Solo Lucius Pryor
Violin Solo Iren Klntz
Recitation Spring Class of Girls
ur.Pt bolo Miss Hsscl Goff
Jolo lt the IJttle Ones Come
Christening of Children
Solo That Sweet Story of Old '..
Miss Mabel Hoagland
Reception of Children
Duet The Homeland
....Edith A. Smith and Alma J. Smith
Song-The Glory Song, No. 54. ...By School
In place of the regular service this morn
ing at the First Presbyterian church the
pupils of the 8unday school wilt observe
Children's day and render the following
Voluntary-Marche Pontlflcale (de la
Processional Follow Our Leader, Jesus
(No. 60 School
Hymn Swell the Bong of Gladness (No.
Hymn-Holy. Holy, Holy (No. 183, In
Church Hymnal 80)
School and Congregation
Scripture Reading. Leader and Congregation
Hymn Awake: Tls Children's Day (No.
Baptism of Children
Duet and Chorus He Did Not Die In
Vain (No. 18)
..Mrs. Welsh and Dr Lewis and School
Recitation Something for Jesus. ...Ellen
Kerney, Gerald McMillen DeWItt Tucker
Song Shining Primary Department
Recitation Four Letters Louise Wescott
Recitation The Lowly Stranger
Hymn Depth of Mercy (No. 170. Hym
nal 41) Congregation
Song Sabbath Bells... Primary Dcpurtment
Recitation The Land of Smiles
Recitation Chlldren'a Day ..Mary Gregg
Recitation Some Chlldren'a Day
worth. Donald McClure. Idtn Kerney
Recitation The Birds' Music
Hymn Anniversary Song iNo. 1:). . .School
Recitation Two Friends. .Robert McTwIgan
Recitation Thoughts of God.... Fern Clark
Recitation The Utile Hands
Song Jesus Wanta Me for a Sunbeam..
. Primary Deoartment
I.ODGF.S HOLD MFMOHIAI. SERVICES
Odd Fellaws. Bea Han and Woodmen
The Odd Fellow lodges of this city wilt
hold their annual memorial exercises today.
Members of the different lodges will as
semble at Odd Fellows' temple at 2:10 p. m.
and march to Falrvlew cemetery, where a
memorial address will be delivered by Judgo
O. H. Scott and the proper form of decora
tion of graves of deceased members pro
ceeded with. The exercises at the cemetery
will be closed with prayer by Chaplain R.
N. Wycoff. In the evening at 7:15 o'clock
the Odd Fellows, Rebrkahs and their friends
will reassemble at Odd Fellows' temple
and march In a body to Trinity Methodlrt
church where the pastor. Rev. Charles
Mayne, wftl deliver a memorial sermon.
The members of Winner court. Tribe of
Ben Hur, will hold memorial services this
evening at the First Christian church where
the pastor. Rev. W. B. Clemmer, will de
liver the address.
Members of Council camp, No. 14, Wood
men of the World, will assemble at their
lodge room In Danish hall at 1 o'clock this
afternoon and proceed In a body to Omaha
to attend the memorial services with the
Omaha and South Omaha lodges In Boyd's
theater. A committee from the camp will
proceed to the cemeteries this morning and
decorate the graves of deceased members
CiR 4SD JI'RVr MtKF.9 ITS REPORT
Five Indictments Retnrned, hat Only
Tito Made Fablle.
The district court grand Jury completed
Its deliberations for this term yesterday
morning, filed Its report, returning five
Indictments and was excused by Judge
Wheeler until the opening of the next term
of court on August 28.
Of the five Indictments only two were
made public yesterday, the parties named
In the others not being In custody.
One Indictment Is against. J. O'Hearn,
F. J. Moredick and P. C. Bainter, the
three I'nlon Pacific switchmen, on the
charge of breaking and entering a freight
car and stealing a case of whisky. The
men, who were out on 1300 bonds given
In police court, were rearrested and lodged
In the county Jail last evening. Their
bonds under the Indictment are placed at
8300 each. They expect to be able to
furnish them. ' .
Another Indictment was against Robert
Finlayson, alias Robert Harris, the Omaha
man, on the charge of stealing a bicycle
valued at $35, the property of John
Chambers of this city. Finlayson was In
the county Jnll awaiting the action of the
grand Jury. His bond under the Indict
ment Is placed at $.100.
The grand Jury failed to find Indictments
against Arthur Fegley and George ltl
mer charged with holding up and robbing
Rockwell Jewell, a butcher, on the
night of May 19, thla year. It also failed
to return an Indictment against W. H.
Pleper. the solicitor charged with insult
ing conduct towards Mrs. Minnie Oldaker
at the latter a residence on Benton street.
In its report on the Jails at Mtnden,
Underwood and Neola the grand Jury
found that those at Underwood and Neola
were In good condition, but that the one
In Mlnden needed replacing by a new
building, as It did not regard the present
one as safe or a "reasonably comfortable"
place In which to confine prisoners.
This Is the time of year to get your home
decorating done. Stoves down, furnaces out,
no rush gives the mechanics a chance to do
yon a first class job. See the new line of
wall papers at W, 8. Hewetson's. The
latest up-to-date styles at lowest possible
prices. Picture framing dona reasonably
and up to date. W. 8. llewetson, Masonic
The Wallace clrcua prides Itself upon be
ing absolutely without a peer in point of
equipment, the excellence of Its stock, the
extenslveness of Its zoological display and
the real merit of its performance. Will
exhibit In Council Bluffs June 20.
Twenty per cent discount on lawn mow.
era and refrigerators. Extra special 1-S
burner and 1-4 burner Michigan gasoline
stoves, light with torches', will not explode,
for $13.60 and $15.60 each. Paddock ft Hand
Talking machines of all makea and any
thing in that line for sale at Bouriclus
Piano House, 335 Broadway, where the or
gan stands upon the building.
See W. S. Hewetson for house painting
Get estimates on Interior or exterior work,
Jim Dormitory Plana,
Plans for the boys' new dormitory build
Ing at the Christian Home have been
placed In the hands of contractors who
have been Invited to bid on the construe
tlon. The building will cost. It Is estl
mated. In the neighborhood of $20,000. It
will be of brick with whit stone finish
inga and will be 116 feet long and forty-
five feet wide and two stories In height
with a basement.
Port Arthur was one of the- strongest
fortified cities In the world, but was sur
rendered becsuse the Russians could not
get Big A flour. Use v no other.
CENTRAL FLOUR-i.tt. Every sack-
warranted. Central Grocery ana Meat
Extra good oranges at only 30c per dozen.
Bartel & Miller. Tel $59.
Everybody la delighted to sea a nicely
decorated room, right up in style, restful
and plecslng to the eye, wall paper well
matched and of the latest designs. It Is
easy to get these points If you figure with
us and at atrlctly moderate prices. Wa
are satisfied wa can please you If you let
us furnish the wall paper. We guarantee
the work to be done right. Council Bluffs
Paint, Oil and Glass Co. New location,
Do not 'smoke any more of those rank
cigars. Go to Maloney's, 80 Pearl St., and
get a cigar where quality stands first and
where every puff Is a delight. He handle-!
nothing but first-class stock. You know
it pays to buy the best cigars because
you get the best satisfaction out of them.
For wedding gifts In solid silver and cut
Team for Firemen's Tonrnament.
Jack and Jim, the fire department team
which will represent Council Bluffs at the
state flremens' tournament In Clinton, June
19 to 21, will leave for there Monday, ac
companied by Fire Chief Robert Jones, W.
L Jones. Ed" Walker and A. Telfer.
Chief Jones hopes by reschlng Clinton a
few days before- the tournament to be able
to give the horses a rest' after' the Journey
and also enable him to give the team a
try-out on the track there.
A number of people from Council Bluffs
are expected to attend the tournament, for
which a special rate of one fare plus 60
cents has been made for the round trip.
A FAREWELL TO
l . . ' ( r
For the next two weeks this Millinery r r&A i
Department will certainly look topsyv
turvey. Every price will be cut to the
quick. You can not realize the deep re
ductions without seeing the lots yourself,
Thofls beautiful $6.00 Hats now special at $3.00.
The special $5.00 Hats just half that price now $2.50. (
The $2.00 Hats now special at $1.00, and like reductions all through the stock.
It is a big price sacrifice for us it is a corresponding gain to you, but you want the
Hats and we want you to have them right now when they will be of benefit to you, so we
will both be pleased with the exchange.
We will also have a sale of Men's Hats no feathers or plumes on these, however just
the plain statement Any Man's Hat in the house during the next two weeks at $1.65.
"Money Saved is Money Earned" A $2.00, $2.50 or $3.00 Hat for $1.65 is certainly saving
money. Mail orders receive prompt and careful attention.
A. E. HUNTER. COMPANY
33-35 Pearl Street.
32-34 Main Street.
Both Phones No. 565.
COUNCIL BLUFFS, - IOWA.
John Beno, President,
nnnif mmmm m a
W. A. Maurer, Secretary,
A. E. Hunter, Treasurer.
orchard. Cheap- at T2 per acre. Wallace
Benjamin, room 1, First National bank
building. Ofilce telephone 203.
JIDICIAI, COXVEXTIOM IS CALLED
Republicans Meet In' Cnnncll Blnffs
At a ' meeting held yesterday afternoon
In this city of the Judicial committee It
was decided to hold the republican con
vention of the Fifteenth Judicial district
In Council Bluffs on the morning of Fri
day, July 20.
Although there are three candidates to
be placed In nomination for the district
benc!f, the work of the convention will be
merely perfunctory, as It is understood
there will be no opposition to the renonil
natlon of Judges A. B. Thornell of Sid
ney, W. R. Green of Audubon and O. D.
Wheeler of Council Bluffs.
The counties composing the Fifteenth Ju
dicial district and the representation they
are entitled to at the convention are as
follows: Audubon, 10; Cass, 16; Fremont,
12; Harrison, IS; Mills, 12; Montgomery, 1;
Page, 18; Pottawattamie, 35; Shelby, IS.
D. 1 Stuart of Council Bluffs is chair
man and Ed M. Mills of Red Oak secre
tary of the committee.
The Title Guaranty and Truat 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, 23S Pearl
street. Council Bluffs, Ia.'
. S. M. Williamson rents and repairs sew
ing machines; also repairs all kinds of bi
cycles. 17 South Main street.
Delivery wagons, high and low, big and
little, of all styles and sizes. If you are
figuring on' anything In this line call around
and see Van Brunt.
Recitation The Children's Feast.. Seven
chronic inebriate. She pleaded for another ; teen Pupils from prlmarv Department
trial and a commitment for eighteen ! Hymn Glad Summer. (No. 2J1 School
months to ftie State Hospital for Lnpmi- i Address Palm TreVs and Cedars In the
Ten high top organs, with French bevel
plate mirrors, must be sold quick. Pet a
big bargain at A. Horpe company's, 33 South
Main street, Councll Bluffs.
Special courses for public school pupils
given at Western Iowa College.
maniacs at Knoxvllla waa auspended dur
ing good -uenavlor.
In accordance with what haa coma
to be an annual custom, the memlwr o'
the executive committee of the Commercial
club and a few Invited friends wure the
fucsts of Attorney Emmet Tlnley at a
uucheon served at Ijkke Manawa yester
day. This aclal gathering took the place
of the regular weekly noon meeting of the
executive committee and accompanying
One of the large motors on the Councll
Bluffs-Omaha line crashed Info an I'niier
Broadway car yesterday evening, near tha
Frank street Intersection. The fend.jr, heart
light and part of the vestibule of the largo
motor were mrtre or less badly dumnged.
No one waa injured, although the conductor
of the small car, who was standing on
the rear platform, waa hurled bv the force
of the collision Into the middle of bn
.car, where he struck agalnat a aeat.
The suit of the Kimball Brothers' Com
pany against the Cltlxcna' Gna and Elec
tric. Company wo given to the district
court Jury at noon yestettluy. I'p to a
late hour laat night no vrdict had been
reached. The plaintiff firm aues to rwcover
$J.WU damages ror the .alleged failure of
tlw electric company to furnish sufficient
power aa per contract to enable the ele
vator Installed by the plaintlffa In the
urinous building of the Groneweg &
eVhoentgen Uliolewile Grocery company to
lift t.Outf pounds weight.
William lt'ifus .Tuckson. colored, who haa
been a familiar figure within the laat few
months in police court, waa before Judge
Scott yerflerday morning charged with
threatening to kill Harry Overmire. a
young white man who resldea in the vi
cinity of the Jackson home. Hie hearing
waa continued until Monday. Jackson de
nied the chftrgtt and told the court that
he had merely advised Overmire, whom he
allegi lad made undue advances to hia
wife a Ifvyear-oid alater, to keep hia aide
of the fence and not to interfere with col
Courts of Our Onl ..Pastor
Offertory Andante (Mendelssohn)
Hymn All Hall the Power of Jesus'
Name (No. 191, Hymnal 139)
Hallelujah Chorus I.ord of Ixirrts. King
of Kings (Handeli congregation
standing Miss Thatcher. Orsanlst
Postlude Cujua Antmam (Kosslnlt
At the evening service at S o'clock Rev.
Joseph J. lampe, D. D., of Omaha will
preach, as the pastor. Rev. Marcus P. Mc
Clure, goes to Bellevue college to preach
the baccalaureate eermon. The young peo
ple's aervlce will be at 7 p. m., with W.
St. Paul's Episcopal church. Rev. H. W.
Starr, rector. Trinity Sunday, 8 a. m.,
holy communion; 10:Stl a. in., morning
prayer and sermon; noon, Sunday school
and Bible cluss; 8 p. m., prayer and ser
mon. The Second Church of Christ. Scientist,
will hold services this morning at 10:45 In
Modern Woodmen hall la the Merrlam
block, when the subject will be, "Ia tha
t'niverse. Including Man," Evolved by
Atomic Force?" Sunday school at 1146 a.
m. Wednesday evening testimony meeting
At the Second Presbyterian church Rev.
Albert D. Judson of Lndl, Wis., will preach
in the morning at to. 3D and In the evening
at 8. Sunday school will be held at noon.
Real Estate Transfers.
' These transfers were reported to Tli Bee
June , by the Title Guaranty and Trust
company of Councll Bluffs:
Arthur C. Smith, trustee, to A. Martv.
part of lot 1 In nw4 ne4 and part
lot 6 In ne4 nw'4 30-75-43. a w d... .85,250
Elvira Vore to Ullie Huber, lot 1 in
suhdiv of lot SO and part of lot 1 In
subdlv of lot 79. In original plat of
Councll Bluffs, Ia., w d 1,415
James L Paxtnn and wife to J. E.
Meln, lot 1, block 20, Ferry add to
Council Bluffs, Ia., w d 100
Three transfers, total 16,766
Purls says white linen parasols. We're
showing these washable sunshadea in
many new exclualve styles at prlcea that
create unusual selling. Better select
your s while the assortment la at Ita beat.
The John Beno Company.
High grade planoa Bold on sasy payroenn,
810 dawn ana 86 per monti;. Rwauson
Music Co., 407 Broadway.
Some elegant lots, with paving and grad
ing paid, on Glen Ave. and also Fifth Ave.
be sold cheap. Chas. T. Officer, 419 Broad-wty.
Something entirely new and Just out.
Beautiful new photos at a special offer for
short time only at Schmidt's studio.
For Imported wines, liquors and Budwelser
beer, go to L. Kosenfeld, wholesale liquor
dealer, 619 South Main atreet.
I hava a number of dwellings, owned by
eastern mortgage companies, which can
be sold cheap. Chas. T. Officer, 419 Broda-way.
For tha best optical work In the city.
Commencement at School for Deaf.
Superintendent Rothert announced yes
terday that the commencement exercises
at the School for the Deaf would be held
June 21 In place of June 26, In order that
they might take place In connection with
the formal dedication of the new adminis
tration building, which had been act for
the earlier date.
State Senator C. G. Saunders will de
liver the dedicatory address and the mem
bers of the State Board of Control and
other distinguished visitors will be present.
GREATER WALLACE CIRCUS COMES TO
ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20TH
Special Snle Monday.
Chicago washing machine, 84.60; copper
bottom boiler, 75c. Swalne & Maurer, 336 and
Two kinds of sawdust. We have a full
car of coarse for the Iceman and a nice lot
of fine for the merchant for store floors. C.
Watches are guaranteed accurate time
keepers. Velvet Ice crea'm for your Sunday din
ner or party. Always pleases. Brick ice
cream delivered and packed In Ice. Purity
Candy Kitchen. Tel. 674.
Don't forget that 1 hava fine spring and
summer suits ftpm $20 to 126. E. 8. Hlcka,
Cool oft (your hot porch by putting up
our Vudor porch ahadea. Then get Into
one of our Vudor hammock chaira and
have a nice piece of our porch furniture,
r table, for instance, with cigars and a
bottle cooled In one of our Iceberg refrig
erators, and you will find your comfort
complete. Keller & Farnsworth Furniture
On the Way to High School.
S'xty-flve pupils from the eighth grade
In the Washington Avenue and Avenue B
schools who successfully passed the ex
aminations last week will enter the high
school In September. They are as follows:
WASHINGTON AVENUE SCHOOL.
New home-grown peas at t5c per peek
Bartel & Miller. Tel. 359.
White canvaa Oxfords, all kinds. Prices,
U to $2. Duncan tt Dean. 28 Main atreat
New potatoes that are extra large at 50c
per peck. Bartel A Miller. Tel. 359.
With the coming of tha Iceman you'll
need summer weight underwear. Our
fefocks are ready to meet every emergency.
Union auita and separate garments for
men, women and children at popular
prices. The John Beno Compsny.
A. Metso-ar Jt Co.
New Location of Wholesale Bakery.
518 Mynater St., Co. Bluffs. Ia.
Home-made Bread a Specialty.
See those lace curtains howmussy they
look. Just because they are of the sagging
kind. We have laca curtains that do not
aag and window shadea that are right up-to-date.
IJnoleum, oilcloth, matting and
almost anything you want In carpets and
rugs at strictly moderate prices. Stockert
Carpet Co., 206-7 Weat Broadway.
I haul dd animal, 81.00 par head.
Garbage. aeha, manure and nil rub
b.sh; clean vaults and cetAyoala All
work dome ta guaranteed.
Call iwomuiy attended to.
, '1 iioao. Red 11171.
J. H. SHERLOCK
Marriage I Icenaea.
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday to
Name and Residence. Aae.
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, will I Henry Newell DeVol, Omaha 21
hold aervlcea at 11 a. m.. when the aub- i Minnie May Larson. Omaha 30
nooeri vtiruam M'Jiica, t ouncu tflurrs 36
Ject will be, "Is the Universe, Including
Man. Evolved by Atomic Force?" Sunday
school will be at 12:15 p. m. and the regu
lar midweek testimony meeting Wednesday
evening at 8 o'clock.
There will be preaching .services at St.
John's English Lutheran church at II a.
in. and 8 p. m. In the morning the paslor,
Rev. Q. W. Bnydcr, will take aa tha sub
ject of his sermon, "The Triune God" and
In. the evening. ''UnMarchable.' Sunday
school will be at 9:46 a. m. and young peo
ple' mueting at 7:16 p. m.
At the Saedlih Lutheran church. Rev.
B. N. Glim, piMr. tlere will be services
at 10 30 a. ui. ar.d i p. m. Buuday achoo
Olive Connelly, Councll Bluff..
Home-grown strawberries at only 3 for
35c. Bartel Miller. Tel. 859.
CENTRAL FLOUR fl. IS. Every sack
warranted. Central Grocery and Meal
Haa the only double-vision glasses ground
out of one piece In the city.
Alexander'a Art Store has Just re
ceived a large shipment of artistic pottery
In vases, teapots, sugars and creamery
pansy bowls, etc Just the thing for wed
From over the sea come these beautiful
new designs In Japan and China mat
tlnga for aanltary floor coverings. . A full
stock and low prlcea attract, careful buy.
era to our third floor section. The John
Tou'lt keep cool-headed y wearing on
of our straw hats. All Stetson and Knox
latest a ready for you in our men'a hat
section. We never attach fancr nrlr ta I
our hats because f their excellence. Tha
John Beno Company.
' Refrlgeratora, porch chairs, porch rock
ers, cool and reclining go-carts; go-cart
I per cent off; full line of mattings, lino
leums, carpets and rugs. L. W. Keller,
103 S. Main St. v
Bessie Fonda. -Maude
AVENUE B. SCHOOL
tit ace Neeley.
Theron Orener. .
Will Van Leuvan.
For wedding rings of the best quality.
Investigate our aheap atng proposition tn
eastern Colorado,' ti par acre for raising all
kinds of cropa; good soil; best of water;
delightful climate. Eacurstoua (bat an 4
Tin sprinklers, 26 to 60c; cherry atonera,
76c to 81-26; chicken wire. Ve a aquar foot;
hand elcklea, 36 to 60c; lawn rakes, 45c; the
best food choppers, $1 00 to 82.00. John
Olson. 739 West Broadway.
Two hundred-acre farm flv mllea from
Missouri Valley. Good Improvement and
Tou should look over W. 8. Hewetson'a
new line of wallpaper if you are going to
do any Interior decorating. Wallpaptrs
from 4 cents and up. Paints, oils and var
nish, liquid veneer for touching up furni
ture. Pictures framed and moulding of all
kinds. Picture framing artistically done.
Masonic Tsmple, 849 W. Broadway.
Go to Hlcka' for your money's worth U
tailoring. No bluff, either.
500 BIG ACTS
Rohsrt Sticknsy's Haute Eco!e Troups of Menage Horses
25 Horses. 25 Riders.
THE BIGGEST AM) MOHT BEAL'TIFl'Ii PERFORMANCE EVER PRE
NKXTKII WITH AM C1KCIH. POM l'l V KLi '1 HE O.NL.V l)hi.
The Spectacular Street Parade
la a revelation of what wealth, perseverance and brains ran accomplish In the
direction of equipping, organizing and presenting a Gorgeous Pageant. Every
cage or chariot is a work of art. Every hore in a perfect beauty. Every
animal ia a perfect specimen. Every coMume Is iotl.-H. Every rider la g.ace.
fill. The music ia plentiful and of the very lx -t in fact, the, Parade Is worth
going mile to see. IT TAKES PLACE DAILY AT 10 O'CLOCK, UNLESS
I 'N AVOIDABLY DETAINED.
spection of these cool, comfortable summer
shirts will prove our statement. The John
N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tel. 250 Night. L6M
The Nevada 8landard Gold Mining and
Milling company. W New York Life build
ing. Omaha, which owns a rich gold mining
property In the Bullfrog district. Nevada,
that is surrounded by mines and operated
by Omaha people, certainly lias on excep
tional offer. Sonic of Council Bluffs' lead
ing cltlsens have Invested in the stock.
Read advertisement on page 8, Editorial
Here Is a good list to select from: Or
anges. 30c; new peas, 26c peck; new po
tatoes at &0c peck; cabbage. 6c head; ba
nana. 20c doxen; strawberries, three for
25c; wax beans, 15c. Bartel A. Miller, Tel.
Out' lin ef men' neglige shirt pre
sent many new Ideas at unquestionably
th lowest price In th Trl-ClUei. An la-
XOTES 0 C OIAC IL BU FFS SOCIETY
Personal Mention mud Anilities of
Charles M. Hnrl left yenterd.iy for a vlr.lt
Mr. Frll Baumeister I visiting friends
In Puehlo. Colo.
Walton L. Smith left Friday on a visit
to friends in Boston,
Mrs. C. M. Mauer and family are vi.ilt
Ing relailvees at Mlnden. Ia.
Mrs. Helen O Moe left Sunday for a
visit with frlenda In Boston, Mas.
Mra. Emmet Tlnley will leave today for
a week visit with friends In Chlisgo.
Dr. Adda B. MKhell bu returned from
n 1hre weeks sojourn at Excelsior Springs.
iiNs Belle Hirkness has gone to Ireton,
Ia., to vtxlt tier aunt, Mrs. A. Phelps Yuhl.
Mrs. C. 8. lijers and daughter of Glen
-av.nui' are the guest of friends in Lin
The employes of the A. E. Hunter com
pany enjoyed a picnic at Lake Manawa Fit
Mr. and Mra. E.. H. Waltera leave today
for a sojuurn of several weeks at Hot
Mrs. H. B. llayden of Rock Island. HI.,
la the guest of Mr. O. F. Spooner on
Glen avenue. .
Mrs. Hailey Mayne and two children left
Kililay for an extended aojourn at
MUs Belle t. Barclay will leave today
for a trip to Cnlcago, New York and other
Mrs. W. B. Hughes and daughter, Mis
Pearl, left yest.-Klay for an extended ao
Journ ir. Colorado.
Ml", Hrlon T yler, 2"2 Oakland avenue,
left Monday for a visit with friend Hi
Washington. D. C.
Mrs. K. C Crockwell of Columbu, O..
and son are gtists of her parents, Mr. and
Mi- Hpeiicer Smith.
Mr. W. 8. liiden of Brooklyn, N. Y., ii
the guest of lirr slrterB, Mrs. Alice C. Stork
and Mi. E. L. Cook.
Mi Clara Myer entertained th teacbera
of the TweutK th avenue school at a
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