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THE OMATIA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 24, 1906.
Otlicc, 10 I'mrl
ravls sells dnira.
fttockert sella carrefe
Fine engrnvlng at I-e.Tert a.
Ed Rogers' Tony Faust beer.
New lorsticn. 30 Pearl Ft.. Mnloney.
Plumbing and heating, Blxby Pon.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. .'3S.
Uwli Cutler, funeral dl-eetor. 'Phone ;.
For rent, unfurnished rooms. -31 Main St.
Diamonds an an Inveaiment. Talk to
Leffert about It.
Buy your Edison records from Wlllkim
on, 17 So. Main St.
It la better to buy your snoes at Hamil
ton a than to wish you nad.
Piano lessons. Mwrguerite I.. Morehouse,
82U Frank street. Inu. phone l'HO.
Special coursrs tor public school pupils
fflven at Western Iowa i oncaa.
Extra heavy, four-passenger lawn swings. '
IS K. J. Roller Merc. Co. Phone, 82". counsel engaged by the city to look after
For rent, dwelling, 605 Ninth Ave.; new; I fh , R j d f tn nB-otlatlons with the
I Char.e. T. Olllcer, 418 Broadway. I WBW,,rk, company. The meeting. It Is
8s Btepher Broa. for fire brick and fire ... . , . , --,,,
Clay, sewer pipe, tlttlngs and garden hoso. said, was called at the Instance of Coun
If your shoes hurt you It Is your own oilmen Wnllnoe, Olson and Knudsen of the
fault yuu can get a perfect (It at Hamil- Kprrn committee on waterworks. Council
ton a. , . , man Hendrlx. who Is a member of this ape-
antler, K3 Broadway. , an Invitation to be present and he Is nat-
If you have lender feet and want a 1 urally wondering why. Councilman Wal
aood. comfortable ahoa see Duncan A ,nrp chBrrnnn pf the special committee.
TC-'nmcaThop" tailored suits . was unable , be" present, but thither
advance fall styles. Ask to see them. Bee- , six councllmen were In attendance, as was
onA floor. The John Beno Co. j city Solicitor Kimball.
Cool and refreshing Ice cream and aorta Tn mftnr for the purpose of con
n1." iV. ream dSed'" Wr.f Bering the reownmend.tlon of the ape-
Tou can find the latest and beat framed clal committee (at W. F. Klerstedt. the
clotures at any price you Want at the hydraulic engine- of Kansas City, - be
Council Bluffs Paint, Oil .nd Olass Co. employed at a compensation of l,o0 to
ofirit th "
Bwalne Mauer, 3a-3a V est Broadway. works plant and to furnish an estimate of
Edward Johnson of Atchlnaon, Kan., and the cost of the construction of a tiew one.
Hessle Robinson of St. Joseph, were mar- Tnl mntter Is to come up for action at
ried In this city yesterday, Justice Field
li you want a big bargain In a new or ,
sllgntly used organ now is the time to
get It at A. nospe uo., m ouum ."" ot,
For Sale Will sacrifice on my fine piano.
Payments If desired. Can be seen at
Bchmoller & Mueller's. iA Broadway,
Council Bluffs, la.
Wa wholesale ice cream. Shipped to
any part of the state. Special prices to
tha retail trade. I. Muccl, 218 West Broad
Vay, Council Bluffs, la. Tel. IS.
We have the finest line of sample monu-
menu lu seieci xrum in wie woo, ohooij
JLane Marble and Uranlte wurka. HI? ,
East Broadway, Council Bluffs, la. 1
Just received, -sixty different atyles In 1 employment of Mr. Klerstedt at this time,
wall paper for our summer trade. The At the meeting of the committee of the
boat time In the year to paper la In the , , ,, , ,
aummerV Borwlck. 211 South Main. I wh. ""r councllmen-Flemlng. Hendrix,
The following extracts will be served this j Maloney and Smith voted against engag
week at our soda fountain: Carmacla Kiss, I lng Mr. Klerstedt, and It is said they will
Maple Leaf. Conteloupe Sundaes. Hartford . d wnPn tne mattpr comM up an
Kat, Froaen Phosphate, Grape Juice I -em-
r,.. Morairhinn punch Horlick'a for action at the meeting of the city cottn-
f hospbate. Maple Nog. Clark Drug Co. j
The controversy Between me newsuoyo
and newsdealers and the agents for the
Chicago papers as to the price of the
papers, failed to reach a settlement yes- .
The controversy between the newsboys
nanera. railed to reacn a seinemeni - ,
terday and It was announced last night
that no cnioago PfPe" ""f ' ' ,
Judge Wheeler in district court yesterday ,
overruled the motion of the defense for a
new trial In the peraonal Injury damage
lit of C. y. cooper of ronmioum, m.,
.in.t hm rtmfthn & Council Hluffs Street
uuiiurav twmmtnv Jtnlrment on the ver-
diet of J160 secured by Cooper waa ordered
That the killing of Borfhers In Pottawat- i
tamle county haa become quite an "dustrV
elnce the supervisors decided to ofTer a
k,,ntv of id cents a .head is evidenced by
the records in County Auditor Cheyne a J
office. The supervisors at their recent ses- ,
slon allowed claims amounting to U.iB.&S ,
.v. .iiMn. ni th.u. little nests.
Real Estate Transfers.
These transfers were reported to The Bee j
June it by the Title, Guaranty and Trust
company of Council Bluffs:
John P. Talbot and wife to John H.
Mickey, sw and se4, nw4, and lots
S and i. In block 28; seW and lots 1
and 1. In block ; ntt. neV and nW
mil. S2. and nVfc. nwV.. 33-74-44. w. d.
H. tl. Fisher and wife to Adolph
Gelse. lota 11. iz. 13 ana it, diock
2. Fiaher a First add. to Under
wood, la., w. d
J. U Drulen and wife and James G.
Megeath to E. J. Gilbert, lots 11 and
li, plock 22. Central aubdlv. to Coun
cil Bluffs, w. d ....
M H. Paxrlck to C. O. Griffith, lots
13 and 14, block 9, McClelland, la.,
G? W' McGea'th and wife to E. J. Gil
bert, lota U and 12, block 82. Cen
tral subdlv. to Council Bluffs, q.
Florence F. Everest et al to John P.
Talbott, stt, sw"4. and lot S, In 28-7(1-44.
q. c. d
J. D. Bybee to S. C. Foote, lot 8, block
164, Crescent City, la., q. c. d
Seven transfers, total
Mud pie dresses for children ginghams
and chambray neatly trimmed, very serviceable,-
will stand washing. Prlcen from
50c to $2.60. Second floor. The John Beno
Wa employ nothing but first-class tin
ners and plumbera and guarantee all of
our work. Spencer Furnace and Sheet
Metal Works. U8 Weat Broadway.
Ica cream at. Purity Candy Kitchen,
wholesale and retail. Special prices to par
ties, loages and churches. TeL 646.
Don't forget that I have fine spring and
aurumer suits from 120 to 126. E. S. Hicks.
Mora with pnlnt than with anything else.
Tou may think you aave a few dollars
on first cost, but you'll lose a year or more
on tha wear. We ' don't offer bargain
counter prices ,for paint, but we paint so
It stays painted. Jensen Ik Nicholson.
Outside and Inside House Decorations.
Special for convention people: JO per cent
discount on all of the following: Dinner
sets, muslo cabinets, dinner chairs, porch
furniture, parlor lamps, center tables,' buf
fets, sideboards, kitchen cabinets, go-carts,
refrigerators, portieres, lace curtains, oil
cloth, linoleum, carpets and mattings. D.
W. Keller, lot South Main.
For the fruit season we have provided a
liberal quantity of 10-quart preserving
kettles In first quality purple enameled
ware at 38 cents each. Don't fall to get
ne of these; worth double the money.
Paddock HaiHlschey Hardware company..
H jrou are thinking of decorating your
home see W. 8. Ilewetson's line nt fancy
paper, room mouldings and headings. Will
do your 'work carefully and reasonably.
Pictures, and framing in the latest style
The comfort seeking man wllf find his
answer In one of our straw hats. Pana
mas. Sennit, split and Mackinaw straw hats
in the season's newest styles, 30c to 86.
Largest stock tn the city at The John
The great tale of wash fabrics for cool
summer dresses is now In progress at
The John Beno Co.
Special courses for public school pupils
given at Western Iowa College.
Co to Hicks' for your money s werta la
tailoring. No bluff, either.
K. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. 260. Nlnht IMS
I haul dead animals. l on per hagd.
Gro.. aaoea. iiMiiur and all rub
bish; clean vaults and cesspools. All
work done Is guaranteed.
Ctuls promptly attended to.
'Phone. Red U.t '
J. H. SHERLOCK
8t. Tel. 43.
CONFER OVER WATER WORKS
Councilman Dirousi tha Employment of a
TALK CHANGES TrL cPlNIDN OF NO ONE
Indication thnt When Report of Com
mittee Cornea Hefore Connrll Tote
Will Tie. as It Did in
Committee of Whole.
An informs! meeting of tha members of
the city council was held Friday night In
the office of Harl Tlnley. the special
the meeting of the city council Monday-4
mgni ann me p--ii cnmmm-. u
was anxious to change the opinion of cer
tain of the councllmen who voted against
the proposition at the meeting of the com
mittee of the whole Inst week.
Mr. Harl, on behalf of the special com
mittee, gave his views on the proposition,
as did City Solicitor Kimball, both of
whom snoke stronaiv In favor of securing
the services of Mr. Klerstedt. It is under-
stood that the meeting or conference did
, v, , , v,
not r,8U,t ,n fhanalng the opinion of the
four councllmen. who are opposed to the
ell Monday night. Although Mayor Mac-
rae voted at the meeting of the committee
rae voted at the m
. h , h
or the whole, he
0 at the council i
will not be able to do
i " """im m mC rvmv ui
MA !. i . V.
a tie. As the proposition to engage the
ser Ices of Mr. Klerstedt .carries with it
expenditure of city funds In excess of
M It has to be passed by a majority
vote of the council, and In the event of
tie the mayor will not have the deciding
GOVERNOR MICKEY BUYS RIO FARM
Consideration Same In Deed Is Sixty
One Thousand Dollars.
The deed transferring 618 acres of land In
rre8c,nt township from John-P. Talbot
. . .
"nd " to Governor John H. Mickey of
Nebraska waa filed for record yesterday.
The consideration named Ja 181.300. The
property acquired by Governor Mickey Is
known as the Mayne farm, It being for
merly owned by W. 8. Mayne of this city.
The land is opposite, Florence, where. It la
stated. Governor Mickey Intends at some
future date to make his home and from
where ' he will manage the big farm, with
the assistance of his sons. The- ferry oper
ated by the Dentons from Florence to a
point on' the Iowa shore will afford Gov
ernor Mickey easy access to hia Iowa
High grade pianos sold on eaay payments,
U0 down and 15 per month. Swanson
Muslo Co., 407 Broadway. Pianos tuned and
Enders' Dollar Raaor.
No honing, no atroplng. See them In our
show winder. Swalne & Mauer, where
they sell high grade hardware. 336 and 33S
When you hear a man complaining thai
he can't understand why his neighbor's
clothes look, wear and fit so much better
than his own. It is time for him to visit
our men's clothing section and try on a
few of our superior II. H. M. hand tailored
suits two or three-piece. All Council Bluffs
best dressed men wear clothes with H. H.
M. on the coat label. They cost no more
than common makes. $1000 to 82S.OO. Sold
exclusively at The John Beno Co.
Why are McAfee's bakery goods better
than any made or sold In the city? Simply
because all of the ingredients that go into
their composition are absolutely pure and
of tha highest grade produced, and will
conform to and pass Inspection under any
pure food law on earth. No compounds or
We pay 111.00 per ton for cast Iron; mixed.
f.uu per ton; stoves. 17.60; rags, lc a lb.;
rubber, 7c; copper. 14c per lb. J. Kattle-
mau, 80S South Main.
Two hundred-acre farm five miles from
Missouri Valley. Good Improvements and
orchard. Cheap at $72 per acre. Wallace
Benjamin, room 1. First National bank
building. Uffliw telephone 303.
The Title Guaranty ana Trust company,
abstracters of titles. Books date back to
1KU Books are all Up to date. Work ac
curately and promptly done at. lowest
pricea. Office opposite court house, 236 Pearl
street. Council Bluffs. Ia.
Ice up. food up, fuel up. With these
three necessities of life getting the "bal-
,i a Bausiaction to know
msi i ne jonn eno Co la keeping prices
on merchandise down.
CENTRAL FI.OCR-fl.Ia. Every sack
warranted. Central Grocery and Meat Mar
ket. Both Phones 24. .
Jarara for Federal Conrt.
The following Jurors were drawn ye
terday for the July term of the superior
court: John . Rohrbrrg. Keg Creek town
ship; W.vF. Griffith. York 'township; W.
T. Hewitt, H. M. Brown. Newt Stevens.
Henry DeLong. Jr.. E. E. Shugart. A. E.
Avery, Jchn Jensen. Elmer James, C. P.
Lewis, Henry Torneton. W. 8. Wllklns. J.
I. Datesman. C. M. Nicholson.
Yachting shoes In white, made especially
for the purpose. Sargent a Family Shoe
To the chicken raiser: Don't scrap with
your neighbors. Fence them up. We have
the Wat assortment of poultry fence ever
carried In the city. C. Hafer.
Demonstration for Firemen.
A telegram was received from Chief Jones
of the fire department that he and his men
would be home from the state tournament
Sunday evening. As no demonstration far
the victorious firemen could be held Sunday
it has been decided to hold a meeting at
the Commercial club rooms at lu a. u. this
morning, at which time arrangements will
be made for a suitable demonstration, to be
held Monday evening In their honor.
both ainr.a to law but lok
Jadire Wheeler Derldea Mtlatlnn Be
tween Martaraajre Companies.
Judge Wheeler In district court yester
day handed down tils decision In the In
junction suit of the Clark Mortgage com
pany agalst A. A. Clark and company,
which haa been pending for nearly a year.
The ruling favors neither aide, as both
the plaintiff and the defendant are en
Joined from doing some of the things of
which the other complained and the costs
of the action are divided equally between1
The litigation resulted from A. A. Clark
re-entering the loan mortgage business
after he had sold out- to the Clark Mort
gage company. In order to re-enter the
same business Clark, under the terms of j
run comraci wnn me mongage company,
had to pay the latter IS.OW) penalty. Clark
established hia office In the same building
with the Clark Mortgage company and
then the trouble commenced.
Clark on resuming business changed the
sign which the Clark Mortgage company
had painted on the outside wall as a
starter and the Clark Mortgage company
advertised Itself aa "successors to A. A.
Clark and company." To this Clark ob
jected and naturally the Clarke Mortgage
company did not approve of having ita
slgna changed. Cross Injunction suits fol
Judge Wheeler In his decision ordered
Clark to remove hla sign from the outside
of tha building and the Clark Mortgage
company Is enjoined from further adver
tising Itself as successor to A. A. Clark
and company and Is required to remove
from the hallway between the two offices a
small sign, which It had placed there and
which Clark complained was an obstruc
tion. The petition and cross petition ara
dismissed as 'to all other matters com
Snnday hervlees. I
St. Paul's Episcopal church, Rev. H. W.
Starr, rector. Second Sunday after Trinity;
holy communion at 8 a. tn.; morning prayer
and sermon at 10:30 o'clock; Sunday school
at noon. There will be no evening service.
First Freshyterlan church, Marcus P. Mc-
Clure, minister. 10:30 a. m. sermon by Rev.
Charles E. Bradt, Ph. D., of Chicago.
Theme: "The Greatest Command and the,
Best Promise In the Word of God;" 12 Bible
school; 7 p. m., young people's service,
"John Eliot, and Missions Among the In
dians;" 8 p. m., evening worship, sermon
by the pastor, "Conventicles', Ancient and
Modern." Mid-week service Wednesday 7:30
First Congregational church. Dr. Otter
beln O. Smith, pastor. Morning service at
10:30; evening service at 8: prayer meeting,
Wednesday evening at 8: Sunday school,
noon. Special music morning Hnd evening.
Dr. H. W. Tuttle of Grlnnell, who haa been
In attendance at the state Sunday school
convention, will preach.
Second Church of Christ. Scientist, will
hold services this morning at 10:45 a. m.
In Modern Woodmen hall. In the Merrlam
block, when the subject will be "God."
Sunday school at 11:46 a. m. Wednesday
evening testimony meeting at 7:45 o'clock.
Broadway Methodist church. Rev. James
O'May, pastor. Preaching In the morning
at 10:30 o'clock by Rev. C. J. English of
Shenandoah, Ia. Sunday school at noon
and meeting of Epworth league at 7 p. m.
In the evening the choir, under the direc
tion of Dr. Claude P. Lewis, and assisted
by tha Elks quartet, will give Its final
concert for the season. This Is the pro
gram: Prelude At Evening Dudley Buck
Anthem Te Shall Go Out With Joy....
i ; Bamhy
Puet Tarry Thou With Me .-...Nlcolal
Messrs. Gerke and Rlgdon.
Anthem Return Oh Wanderer.... Berwald
Scripture Reading ,
Solo By the Waters of Babylon Howell
Miss Francis Brock.
Mixed Quartet One Sweetly Solemn
Off ertory Lullaby rBartlett
Male Quartet Still, Still With Thee
Rev. Dr. C. J. English, Ph.' D.
Receaslonal How Firm a Foundation..
Postlude Unfold Te Portals Everlasting
Rev. John R. Vance of Columbus Junction
will occupy the pulpit both morning and
evening at the Second Presbyterian church.
Services will be at 10:30 a. m. and 8 p. tn.
Sunday school will, be at noon.
At the Swedish Lutheran church. Rev.
B. N. Glim, pastor, services will be at 19:30
a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school will be at
noon. The children's choir will sing at
the morning service.
At St. John's English Lutheran church,
Rev. G. W. Snyder, pastor, there will be
chlldrena' and flower services at 11 a. m.,
when the congregation and Sunday school
will render the cantata, "Jesus and the
Children." Preaching at 8 p. m., when the
pastor will take aa the subject of his Ser
mon, "Excuse and Acceptance." Sunday
school at 8 a. m. and young people's meet
ing at 7:15 p. m.
At the First Christian church at 11 a. m.
the pastor, Rev. W. B. Clemmer, will preaoh
a special sermon to the members of Fidel
ity council. Royal Arcanum, who will at
tend In a body. In the evening the pastor
will give a lecture on "In Egyptian Bond
age and In the Wilderness," . Illustrated
with stereoptlcon views. Sunday school
win oe at :46 a. m. and meeting of the
Young People's Christian Endeavor society
at T p. m.
There will be preaching services at the
I'nlon Christian church, Broadway and
Thirty-fifth atreet. at 8 p. m. Sunday. Sun
day school will be held at 10 a. m.
Mrs. A. C. Davis will conduct services
and preach this afternoon at 3 o'clock at
the Pentacostsl mission.
The First Church of Christ. Scientist,
will hold services In Temple Emmanuel,
on North Seventh street, at U a. m., when
the subject will be "God." Sunday school
will be at 12:15 p. m. and the regular mid
week testimony meeting Wednesday even-
i lng at 8 o'clock
At me Reorganised Church of Jeeu
. Christ of letter Day Saints Elder F. E.
mnn win presen at 10:46 a. m. and Elder
J. O. Booth at 7:45 p. m. Monday evenlrg
at 7:45 Elder Paul M. Hansen. Who haa
Just returned from a tour of the Holy Land
will lecture on "Joppa to Jerusalem." The
lecture will be free '
For Imported wines, liquors and Budwelser
beer go td I. Rosenfeld, wholesale liquor
dealer, 61. South Main street.
Don't Go to Omaha
Until you try at home. You have storks
of shoes In Council Bluffs equal to any city.
Try Sargent's and the whole bunch. You
will find what you want somewhere. Sar
gtnt'a Family Shoe Store. Look for the
Investigate our cheap land proposition hi
eastern Colorado; f6 per acre for raising all
kinds of crops; good soil; best of water;
delightful climate. Excursions first and
third Tuesdays of each month. Send for
printed' matter. F. C. Lougee, 124 Main
street. Council Bluffs, la.
White canvas Oxfords, all kinds. Prices,
$1 to $2. Duncan A Dean. 28 Main atreet.
Wed. and E.c.p.. Pr.see.tlon.
Edith Fltiloff, the young woman from
Mason City. Ia., who was arrested In
Council Bluffs last Thursday on the charge
of obtaining 8 uneW false pretenses from
Ernest Reamer, her second cousin, to
whom she was engaged to be married,
has, according to a dispatch from Mason
City, compromised matters by marrying
Harl on Inanrnnee Committee.
Attorney C. M. Harl of this city haa
been Invited by Russell W. Fish, secretary
of the MutVinl I.,lfe Policyholder associa
tion at Washington, I. C. to become a
member of the executive committee. This
executive committee Is composed of one
member from each state and county were'
the company does business and Its pur
pose Is to stamp out the graft evil which
the recent Armstrong Investigations dis
closed existed In the large Insurance com
panies. A lnw rttently enacted by the New York
legislature makes the term of office of
trustees of life Insurance companies ex
jHte on Jummry 1. The management of
the various companies must file their ticket
by July "15 and the policyholders make
their nominations by September IS. The
Purpose of the Mutual Life Policyholders
association Is to see that none but the
right sort of men are selected as trustees.
W can't put the shoe stock In the win
dow. If you don't see what you want, go
Inside. Pargent's Family Shoe Store. Look
for the bear.
See our large JIne of Jewel and Dangler
gasoline stoes. The best that money
will buy. Prices range from $2.16 to lao.OO.
Easy payments. Peterson Schoenlng Co.
We pay $11.00 per ton for cast Iron; mixed,
$9. CO per ton: stoves, $7.60; rags, lc a lb.;
rubber, 7c; copper. 14c per lb. J. Kattle
nian, 808 South Main. Both 'Phones 650.
Something entirely new and .Just out,
Beautiful new photos at a special offer for
short time only at Schmidt's studio.
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday
to the following:
Name and Residence Ago
J. B. Mlnahan, Neola. Ia 21
Johanna Lynch. Neola. Ia 20
John Nelson. Council Bluffs 28
Hattie Gustafson, Page Co., Ia J4
Edward Johnson. Atchison, Kns 29
Bessie Robinson, St. Joseph, Mo 21
Ostermoor Cotton Felt Mattreases are
guaranteed not o lump or pack. Price,
$15.00. We are exclusive agents. Keller
Farnsworth Furniture Co.
Fancy sugar cured Rex breakfast bacon,
12Hc per pound. Central Grocery and Meat
Market. Both ' Phones 24.
A. IHetsgrar A Co.
New Location of Wholesale Bakery,
616 Mynster St., Co. Bluffs, la.
Home-made Bread a Specialty.
PAST WEEK I BLUFFS SOCIETY
Comings and Golnss of People Whom
Mr. C. J. Stilwell left Friday for an ex
tended eastern trip.
Miss Helen Foley has gone to Rlpon, Wis.,
for a visit with friends.
Miss Alice Hooker has returned from a
week's visit tn Chicago.
Mrs. Charles A. Wiley has returned from
a visit to Kearney, Neb.
John Llndt left Wednesdsy for a pleas
ure trip to Portland, Ore.
Mrs. P. O. Wright of Danbury, Ia.. Is vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mra. T. J. Carey.
Miss Ethel W. Henrlch of 206 Park ave
nue Is visiting relatives in Denver, uoio.
Mrs. Carrie Jackson has gone to Los
Angeles, Cal., for a visit with relatives.
Miss Marian Tvler of Sixth avenue will
be hostess to the Klatter Klub Friday aft
Mrs. I B Cousins has gone to Lincoln
for a with her daughter, Mrs. Will
Miss l . .-jle Martin left Wednesday to
visit friends in St. josepn ana otner Mis
Miss Bertha Meier of Avoca ia the gueat
of Mr. H. V. Battey and family on East
nr Theodore Olson has rone to Wake
field, Neb., for a two weeks' visit with rel
atives and friends.
v.ri MCnnnell. who has been studying
music at Simpson college, Is home for the
Mlas Pansy Morehouse has returned from
Chicago, where sne naa oeen auenumg mo
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Smith and son.
Elmer E.. Jr.. left Tuesday for a vlait In
Seattle and Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Jamea McConnell of Clinton
are visiting tne latter s oroiner, rar. j.. j
Carey. 2708 Avenue B.
Mr. Joe 8. Eeehi arrived Monday to spend
the summer with his granaparenia, ror.
and Mrs. O. Wr. ButU.
Mrs. Frank T. McCreadv, 628 First ave
nue, has gone to Kansas City for a visit of
two weeks with Irlends.
Rev. Marcus P. McClure Is enjoying- a
visit from his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1. N.
McClure of Mediapolls, Ia.
Miss Eva Baumgartner of Detroit Is a
guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Evecett, 2117 West Broadway.
.Mrs. C. W. Rink. Mrs. Agnes Beason and
Mrs. J. F. Nevlns left yesterday on a vlait
to relatives In Clarksvllie, la.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cassady. 1011 Seventh
avenue, have aa their guests Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Wilson of Mason City, la.
Miss Mattle Zentmlre of Oakland, Ia.,
Is visiting her slater, Mrs. James O May,
of the Broadway Methodist cnurcn.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson. 213 East
Broadway, left Wednesday evening for
Chicago, where they will visit friends.
Mr. snd Mrs. G. Ekdahl of Loa Angeles,
Cal., were In the city Thursday and Fri
day, the guests of friends and relatives.
Mr. Fred Vincent arrived home Wednes
day evening after spending several weeks
with friends ana relatives in uincinnau.
Mrs. Ellis and daughter and Mrs. Adolph
Beno will leave today for Colorado Springs,
where they expect to spend tne Biitniner.
Mrs. C. M. Nicholson entertained Frldiy
afternoon at her home on North First
street the members of Tlgredia temple
Misa Ida HUUa. who was the guest last
week of her sister. Mrs. Ed C. Brown, left
last evening for an extended visit with her
parents In Defiance, la.
Misa Blanche Scott left Friday for an
extended visit to Dayton, Wash. She will
be accompanied as far as Billings, Mont.,
by her father, Mr. J. w. Boon.
Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Wataon. Ill Washlna
ton avenue, have aa their guests Rev. and
Mrs. Halbert of Sioux City and T. Hamlin
ana u. cassaay or Denlson.
The Misses Nettie and Agnes Fleming,
daughters of Councilman and Mrs. J. C.
Fleming, are spending the summer vaca
tlon with friends In Muskegon. Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. 'William H. Van Brunt an
nounce tne marriage of their daughter.
Lulu Frances, to Mr. Fred Casey Hancock,
July 8, at St. Paul's Episcopal church.
Mrs. H. 8. Lynn and Miss 'Bessie Gat
trell. who have been visiting Mrs. Clara
Brown on First avenue, left Wednesday
morning ior meir nomes in nanaaa iuy.
The Clo RIs girls held a delightful plcnio
at tiie lake Thursday evening. The after
noon was given up principally to boating.
A spread was served early In the evening.
Mlaa Emma Olson will leave today for
Shenandoah, Ia., to attend the marriage
of Mlaa Etta Doty and Hugh Hamilton of
Montana. The wedding will take place
Invitations are out for the wedding of
Miss Edith Frances Brock, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Brock, and Mr.
Ray Bennett, Hiarduley, which will take
Tho following comprised a supper party
at the boat club Friday evening: Mr. and
Mra. Robert Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Plnney, Mr. and Mra. Oliver Patterson and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cutler.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cherry of Pittsburg,
Kan., are the guests of their brother. Mr.
C. H. Cherrv, of rlouth Elgh'h street. Mr.
I snd Mrs. Cherry will leave this week for a
three weeks' visit to Eldorado Sprltuja. Mo.
Xiueen Esther's guild of the "Iret Pres
byterian church will give a lawn party
Thurs1ay evening at the home of Dr.
Macrae, Fifth avenue and Eighth street,
for the members end friends of the church.
Miss Marie Christensen ass surprised
Thursday evening by a number of her
friends. The surprise took the form of a
kitchen shower. Twelve were present. A
dainty luncheon was served at the close
of the evening
Mrs. J H. Reed, who has been visiting
too XaaiUy of tor daughter, airs. CAarles
H. Mayne of this cltv, left Thuradsy morn
ing for her home In Iancaster. Wis. She
waa accompanied by Mrs. Mayne, who will
spend about a month there.
The Hillside club met Thursday after
noon at the home of Mra. Beets. Mrs.
Cotev waa leader for the afternoon, and
the life and works of Eugene Field were
taksn up. Refreshments were served. Mrs.
Anderson will be the next hosteae.
Miss May Caldwell has returned from
Nevada, where she has for the past year
occupied the position of musical director
In the Elko High school. She will spend
the summer with her mother, Mrs. Agnes
Caldwell, 316 North Seventh street.
The members and friends of the Congre
gational church were entertained Monday
evening by Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bell st
their home. 2 Fifth avenue. A large num
berwere In attendance. Music and games
served as amusements for the evening.
Refreshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Cass of Peoria, III.,
arrived yesterday on a visit to Mr. Cass'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cass. Mr.
Cass expects to return to Peoria In two
weeks, but Mrs. Cass will remain here for
at least two months and part of the time
will be the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. II.
In honor of Miss Elizabeth Adair of At
lanta. Ga., Mrs. Frank Plnney gave a hand
somely appointed Informal luncheon on
Wednesday afternoon. Covers were lnld for
Miss Keellne, Miss Adair. Mrs. Arthur
Keellne of Omaha, Miss Adnh Sargent,
Mies Bess Beno, Mlsa Helen Foley, Mrs.
Hollenbeck and Airs. Plnney.
Mr. A. L. English, manager, of the Cltl
xens Gaa and Electric company, left last
evening for Galesburg, 111., where. Monday
noon he will be married to Mil Anna
Wallace daughter of Mrs. C. Wallace. Miss
Wallace and her mother were former resi
dents of Omaha. Mr. English and bride
will take a lake trip before returning to
Miss Nina Meyers entertained a number
of her friends Wednesday afternoon at a
daintily appointed green and white
luncheon at her home, an Park avenue.
In honor of Miss Edith Brock. Dainty
hand decorated cupid place cards were
used and at each place was a delicate
Ink roae filled with pink and white bon
ions. A six-course luncheon was served.
Friends of Councilman and Mrs. Oscar
Tounkerman tendered them a surprise
party Friday night at their home on Ben
son street. The gathering was for the
ptlrpose of wishing Mr. and Mrs. Younker
man "bon voyage." They leave Tuesday
for New York, from where tney win sail
for Germany, where they expect to spend
about two months at Mr. Younkerman'g
FIERCE CONTEST IN IOWA
Only Four Coantles Remain Which
Have ot Chosen Dele
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DE8 MOINES, June 23 (Special Tele
gram.) The contest for control of the re
publican state convention In Iowa Is rapidly
drawing to a close and with the county
conventions held today, there are only
four counties remaining to select delega
tions. The campaign has been the most
strenuous of any pre-conventlon ever held
In Iowa and the prospects are that the asats
of 150 delegates or more will be contested
when the convention meets. Up to tonight
the atandpat list, which Includes the dele
gates Instructed for George D. Perkins and
Captain S. W. Rathburn,. numbers 796 del
egates. The Cummins delegates number
782, leaving sixty-two delegates to be se
lected In the four counties yet to hold
conventions. The. figures above given In
clude all contested delegates on both
in Dallas county today Governor Cum
mins carried the Dallas township caucus
with five delegates to the county conven
tion and Perkins carried the Spring Valley
township caucus with five. Perkins' total
in Dallas county fifty-three, Cummins fifty
nine, with five delegates to be selected
from Walnut township next week.
Cummins carried Allamakee with four
teen, delegates, Wlnneahlek with eighteen,
Howard with ten at county conventions
today, getting Instructed and uncontested
delegations. In Carroll there was a stiff
contest for control and contesting delega
tions were selected, and contesting delega
tions were also selected In Audubon
county. Carroll has twelve delegates and
Audubon ten. The claim of the Cummins
men to date Is as follows: Cummins, In
structed, 796; Perkins, 641; Rathbun, 80;
contested, 161; delegates to be selected
from Dallas, Marlon, Buchanan and
Senators hy Direct Vote.
Governor Cummins today mailed to the
governors of all the states the Call for the
convention of five delegates from each
state to be held In this city to further
the matter of securing a constitutional
amendment for a direct vote of the people
on senators. The call fixes the date for
September 5. and the convention will
likely be in the hall of the house of rep
resentatives at the capitol.
The Iowa legislative Insurance commis
sion is considering recommending legisla
tion that will prohibit anyone starttng an
Insurance company or managing an Insur
ance company who does not have sufficient
knowledge of Insurance matters. It may
be decided to recommend that persona who
wish to engage In Insurance business pass
an examination Just as doctors, lawyers
and teacHers have to pass examinations.
A study of the business In the state thus
far leads the commission to the belief that
a great many Insurance companies are
being conducted by ' persons who have no
knowledge of Insurance and who are mis
using the people's money because of Ignor
ance of proper and economic ways In which
to conduct Insurance.
The commission has now gotton well
started Into the Investigation and Attorney
James P. Hewett, legal director of the
National Life Association, was before the
commission today to give the first testi
mony that haa been taken in short hand.
An Investigation of the National will be
continued Monday, when the commission
will meet at 2 o'clock, and ex-President
Henry Pyle of the National will be ques
tioned on the conduct of the company.
Operation on the Coant.
Physicians were today summoned to the
home of F. M. Hubbell to perform an
operation on Count Carl Axel von Wacht
melster, son-in-law to Mr. Hubbell. The
count la connected with the Swedish lega
tion at Havana. It Is stated at the Hub
bell home that the operation was a minor
matter and unworthy of mention.
Mother Seised with Remorse.
Mrs. I -id a Lang went to the home of Mrs.
Ira Williams. 300 West Fifteenth atreet,
today and claimed to be the mother of the
baby which was taken there a day or two
ago and shoved Into Mrs. Williams' arms.
Mrs. Lang admits that she took the baby
there to ft rid of It, but now says that
she has been seised with remorse and
cannot longer bear to be away from her
Infant. Mrs. Lang lives In iJimonl, Ia.,
and left for that place today with her
child. After being given the baby at the
Williams home she went to the home of
friends In this city who feared that she
would again desert It and so called Hu
mane Officer Ed Crawford. Mrs. Lang was
taken to the station, but declared there
was no occasion to suspect her again and
today left for Lamonl.
Albers Retnrns to Mraraajaa.
William C. and Louis Albers. 'two Des
Moines men, who were arrested and im
prisoned on the , charge of slandering a
mayor In a little town of Nicaragua and
whose Imprisonment threatened to Involve
the United States In war with Nicaragua,
have decided to return to that country.
They conducted a tobaccq plantation and
some syndicate had been given a monop
oly on tobacco. The government swooped
down on the Albers plantation and con
fiscated all the supply of tobacco. Ixul
Albers resided In Des Moines and his
brother near Oskaloosa. The were thrown
Go-Carts i Parlor Suites
will bo our lender' In thr- furniture department thl week. Jf yowr
parlor aulte l getting trorn out, your go-cart out of gear, better
come down and bur a new one at Jut about the price Jrou'll hTe
to pay to get the old one mnde over. Von will have no chance again
this summer to bur a high-grade parlor anile or go-cart mt the price
we cll ours thl week, and about the cah von don'l need to have
it here, no matter how cheap we are soiling these good.
o Pfc PI PFfc II "H" IS GOOD WITH US ON ANY
a IS iLaP li 11 TERMS TO SUIT YOU.
This beautiful 112 Folding
Go-Cart, has finely woven
and prettily designed bas
ket, highly tempered stel
running gear, ball bearitut
hubs, rubber tires, dia
mond tubing, silk tnpes'-y
cushion, handsome parasol
our 112 cart on 7 9
This Oo-Cart, same
as one above adver
tised, only It has'
more elaborate bas
ket, and tin" silK
parasol the regulnr
price is $14, m C
$5 Go- ' Q r A
$10 Go- r a
$15 Go- A nr
$20 Go- O CA
regular price. CASH will not get you near so much value at other
stores thia week.
rnrr A bkautifvl plate rack avith kach riR-
jsNlals CHASH OF $10.00 OR OVER IN OIR FIRMTIRE
HILL DERAKTM fi.M,
w- .- in i in -- mm - .i.e-f.i-5&r .
We limit eur practice
Strictly to Pelvic diseases
of men. If we attempted
te cure all human ills, as
many doctors do, we would'
undoubtedly meet with the
same results as they en
counter results oft dis
appointing to the physi
cian and sometimes disas
trous to the patient, ma
vat WKXif cxrmxs.
1 . 1
lsing that tne raaiaaies m
mankind are too many and
vastly complicated for any
one man to master, . wa
gave up the Impossible t" l
long ago. Wa then began
to prepare ourselves for
the capacities and duties
of specialty work, in which
our purpose was to become
supreme. Are not you,-,
health and future happi
ness worthy your time md
trouble to look Into a sys
tem of treatment thit haa I
positively cured cases
which had resisted numer
ous other doctors snd rem
dfes? With our serv'c e
your command, you ihould
not, If you are a vtcum
of Male Pelvic lUseas. s,
continue to suffer and sink.
Varicocele depletes ' vi
tality and Impairs man
hood. No case should ever
be operated upon when
milder treatment will cure.
W treat Varicocele ac
cording to the latest and
best methods known te
medical science.- The or
gans are not maimed or
mutilated, but are pre
served and strengthened,
faln quickly ceases, swell
ng soon subsides, healthy
circulation Is rapidly re
established, and every ran
of the organism enned
by the disease Is thorough
In oombatlng the "King"
of bad diseases no time
should be lost, no experi
menting should be done.
Only temporary relief
comes from remedies usu
ally employed. Our treat
ment tor Specific Blood
Poison Is absolutely safe,
rapid and permanent, and
leaves no injurious aftor
effects. Kvery external
symptom soon disappears,
while the blood, the tis
sues, the nerve fibres and
the system are cleansed,
strengthened and restored
to normal health and pur
There Is certainly no
victim of Nervo-Vltal De
bility, or Male WoaKnes,
put wnat nopes to oe re
juvenated sometime. You
should not lose your grip
on life because Inferior
remedies have failed to
benefit you. To our treat
ment for this trouble,
varied and modified to suit
each Individual case, a vast
number of restored men to
dav owe their sturdy health
antl happy condition in life.
Disagreeable symptoms soon
disappear, drains of vigor
are stopped, masculine
Northwestern Medical & Surgical Institute
Northwest Corner Farnara and 13th Sts., Omaha, Nob.-
In Jail and finally transported to some dis
tant JhII. Mrs. William Albera followed,
and when she attempted to get clothing
to her husband, who was held in an un
sanitary Jail, an officer rode her down with
his horse while the husband , looked on.
They'were finally released from prison on
the intervention of the rutted States,
which demanded that the three years' sen
tence be set a nlde.
J. Polk In Merlons Condition.
Dr. 1j. L. McArthur. a Chicago physlclan.1
who Is a speclallat In abdominal surgery,
Is In Des Moines today, called in con
sultation with local physicians on the con
dition of J. S. Polk, president of the Des
Moines City Railway company and one of
the pioneer citizens of the city and state.
Dr. J. P. Hanawalt. Mr. Polk's physician,
today stated that Mr. Polk la in serious
coiulltlon, but refused to state the nature
of the trouble. Mr. Polk waa brought
home from Lake Okol.ojl recently, having
suffered a setback while there.
Livery Team la Stolen.
M18SOI RI VALLEY. Ia.. June a. (Spe
cial Telegram.) William Neutlnd had a
team atolen from his livery bam Wednes
day. A man signing his name Peams hlid
a team, staling Le was going to Kode, but
6-Flce Parlor Snlta with massive frames.
mahogany finish, upholstered in nrli ve
lour. one of the most striking designs
vou have ever seen, a genuine bargain si
2o. but during this 10 ?c
l-P1ece Parlor Suite Same as above ex
cepting is done tn fine Vo;on. elour,
320 is the regular price. They are sure
to go In a hurry at Monday s it ...i
This pretty little Oo
Cart Is well mailct
and easily adjusted
our S4.nf) t-nrt we
We are pleased to give you -credit
on these genuine bargains Just the
Fame as if they were selling at the
power Is restored and man
hood made complete.
. Reflex Diseases
In curing an ailment of
any kind we never rail to
treat its reflex complica
tions. If your case is
VARICOCELE, the weak
ness arising from it dls
armours, if it i i tV
OBSTRUCTION and has
developed into Prostatic,
Bladder or Kidney affec
tions, the Injured organs
are restored. If It 1i SPE
CIFIC BLOOD POIBON,
any and all Skin, Blood and
Bone Diseases caused by
the taint are eliminated
from the system. If It
Is NERVO-DEHILITT. the
consequent weakness a - d
other distressing symptoms
are removed and rapfaly re
placed by the youthful n
ergy of robust manhood..
Hehce, all resulting Ills an-l
reflex complications, which
are often more serious hn
the original ailment t'-"t
give rise to them, disap
pear completely and 1
ever with the cure of tha
Come to us. If responr ib'e
v..,, mn.r ..I I 1 tf. n .1.. C'.ired
or In monthly or W-kiy
payments. we mane ;i
L . . n . I aI
and give to eai'h pa.mnt a
legal coniriic in wnv...
backed by abundant capital,
to hold for our prom'se All
prescriptions ore carefully
compounded urder oj "
sonal supervision and guar
anteed to be fresh and abso
lutely pure. No cases ac
cepted through correspond
ence. One personal int"
vlew at office absolutely re.
quired before treatment
commences. Physiclant ho v.
lar cordially Invited '0
confer with us. Our offlo-
hours are from I a. in to J
p m. ; Sundays, from V to 1.
nothing .has been heard from the part)- or
team. A reward of 50 is offered for the
return of the team and apprehension of the
Medal for Iowa r'rilt.
ONA WA, June 23-f8peclal.)-H. E.
Evans of the Onawa fruit farm has just
received a sliver medal from the Columbia
Exposition company of St. Ix.ul fur his
display of apples at the St. Louis exposi
tion. He also holds a diploma for his din
play of fruit there. The honors are a little
slow about arriving, but are fully appre
ciated Just the same.. So far as. known
this is the only medal awarded In this sec
tion. Conrfartor filfford Roes to Hospital.
ATLANTIC. Ia.. June 2J.-(Bpeclal ) Con
ductor Clifford, who was seriously Injured
a few weeks ago, Is Improving slowly, lie
Is still flighty and out of his head when
sitting up a short time, but hopes are en
tertained for his recovery. He waa removed
to the hospital at Rock Island, today.
In case of constipation, peritonitis, etc.,
panic Is averted by curing vourself wl'h
Mr. King's New Life Pill. Kcr sale
bv Sherman (4 McCunnell Drug Cu.
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