Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, June 29, 1906, Page 9, Image 9
r i THE OMAIIA DAILY BEEi FT? TP AY, JUNE 20, 100(1 . 1 H" rv r I A. 2. t t 1 1 PERSONAL A Dollar for You Any Urn before July 4ih. !. this (lip will be afcepu-d t 8I.W down. pymnt on 110 purchase of shoes, hat or cloth ing, the balance to be paid ss you esrn It. llome Credit Clothing Co., 152QDodge St., Cmaba. O. A. LuiUUto:. Mgr. U 477 FAIR. healthy. Satin skin bMlowM by Batin Kin cream na tin twin puwder. -c. .......... U- M A nVFTTP ratm!iit baths. Mm &UJJMJi.XJ Bnuth. iU N. Is. Id floor. u t;s Jy - " 1 T 1 . ANT POOR GIRL In need of a friend call or writ ia lite matron oC the salvation Army ham. Tor women at 824 N Hth SL, Omaha. Nab U Ml) TRT JELLY'S Laundry. 'Phone ouilu- tR. ROT. Chiropody. R. 1 A I. 1608 Far nan. r L 411 -YOU CAN BUST An OLIVER TYPEWRITER with uoi xor iitro monthly. CONVENIENT AT HOME THE OLIVER T YpEVKlTER CO., ' 11 8. 18th 8c. Tel Doug 111. i - Or-UIH Jlllf 1 TOUR aavlng1 48 prfcht. Investigate. Pennell MI f Winery Co., Ill South. 16th St ; ... U 48t PRIVATE ' confinement home; Mr. Dr. King. W N.'ilil BC Tal. Doug 85j8. t ' - a 41 PLEATING Bi ALL. KINDS. 3uttone, Ruchtng, h'mhrnlrl.rlllff. Dyelna? and nuaini. finAnalnn m.nd Shrink Ing, only to par yard: bend tor prica llt and aampla,., GOLDMAN PUEATINO CO.. KW Petlglag JUlok. . . . Tel. Douglas ! U 4iJ ' '1 i i) i LAUNDRY CITT BT BAM. Tel. poug. s4 ' m 8. IHh St. U 4S4 PRIVATE "borne, during eoaflnamant. Mr . Urdell,J2i jtharlea. TcL Doug. i3U- i .. THS5 Salvation Army aollclta caat-olt elothlngt- In faeti anything you da not neaoV. wa collAot, repair and sell, at 114 K 11th for coat f collecting to tha weTthy pooti Call 'Fbona Doug. 1138 and wagon wiU ealL U-6U Lake Okoboji Choice furnished ootUNre with six el. ptn.i rooms; Jarga lot well , located on the lake; tlsa S4S4, twj-atory; if talon Within 4erl dajrft', 11,100. R. C. PETERS & CO., Bee Bldg. 220 So. 17th St "' U 20 it FREK raedloed and surgical treatment at Crelghtoo Medical .College, 14th and Davenport ' Sis. Special attention paid to confinement - aae. All treatment supervised by -college professors. 'Phone Doug. U7. Call answered day or night. u ia4 THE City Garbage co.-office. 4th and Leavenworth Sta. Tel. Douglas 1387 CAITFSl THREES-LA YER WHITE. KV niUjr. JOHNBON-OOODLET CO.. UJ Lake. Tel. Douglaa 1S7K Jul 1 PRIVATiC com during confinement; ba bies adontad. The Good Samaritan San- tarrum, im .gvt ava. vouncu n.uiis, iUyjCYNO, BUcktBSderf er. 212 Bee Bid, OMAMA aUammarer laaUtUta, Ramge Blk. . , ' " ..... . - U ids . SYRINGES, rubber, goods, by mall; gut 6 r lose. Send for free catalogue., Myers illon Drug .Co.. Omaha. U-4S BBWINO machine and supplies. P. E. FlotLavAa Co., Uli Capitol Ave. i " ', -(-, , ... ) - ptn-3oeay. trmale !tMi mm uutal. Mrs. Hit- tnhpUM.!i0 N.1 16th sX., room 1. 2nd floor. 111 JT WT5 ' IIJNT ewlng machine at ft week: we sail second l and machl pet nes IB" up-' Nebrtaka Cycle Co.. cornet XitU ana iiixnay, xuu vugia iooa. DRS. TOOEti private hospital for women and for Ud.e befora and during confine . Mia fa - '., K at A - ... U-M4S4 July IS Clwir TTalr restored to Its youthful color UrHy aoii and fiotu w, use no dye or loUoo. 214 N. 22nd. Tel. Red aOOS. U M-6o-July-ll LEARN" DRE8SMAKINO By the Mo Dowell. system you are taught the. only system or cvuung wun a woria-wiae repu. tation: easy "oayment: ' position free end for circular. McDowell School oi Drmaklng, Mr. Connolly manager, 1621 famam. umaha. u msj jyw GRAND 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION AT BENNINGTON. NEB. For concessions and particulars apply to committee, P. Mangold, p. I. inckey. BALLOON-AfceMlons. McKay Bros , lilt i 1ASK grocar for Itim'a fancy currants, x..:.-. U M1S1 i ' MAGNETIC N. wthat., 1 : ,. seconu rioor. room i. . , ...... .. U M14 July2S IliRCEb WAVE.1 manicuring, facial ftiaa. sage. i.utinryant, S16 e Hidg. . - . 1 -. - U-M14S July25 WANTED FoUrtk of July attractions merry-go-round, trapese act, etc. ; beat of term. Address Fourth of July Commit tee, Wemon, Neb. U M3a Jyl MEDICAL BEST nerve bracer tror men. "Gray" Nerve Food PU1"41 boa. , postpaid. Sherman A Met on neil lrur '-a., omana. an PRINTING LTNOSTAO nh Or-de 1907 Calendat. - E.. corner Mth St. and m wvin.v. Capitol Ave. tul ENGRAVING and ' printing. Kotera A C4t 1U Howard.- Tel. Douglas Uu"7. , . . . 4Jl CLAIRVOYANTS MWB, BUDDHA. LEADING. PALMIST. t ail at Mo. U4 Hum mho dw. upeiair. IieuUful,iirdioUoa abaoluteiy, given IF -in -troufeir or worried consult the re liable Mra Fauaft Permanently located at lew (.Aiming. Advice on all affairs. - - 8-SJ4 x FENCING ANCHOR and Iron f-eitemg; Wire Fencing , .. . . . n . a. vi i.ti. a. ..i . . ut t V ySl. AWVVi ISV 4 PS. ncuu v - . . . Juiy .i w i ..... mm r WIRE and Jtba Fencing, mtching Post, WHka 244 'VtuM.vSu , Ti fled 9u. i i .- - . M2D4 Jy PLUMBING' . -1 Ki'T plumbing aappllea direct " Wholesale vrloea. - Save oo every article. out fir.t-Llaaa aottda handlod. Prompt atten ttvn-to .WMry- vrdtr. .- bend for caiaiogu. 14.-1.' Karol. Saa Harrison ML, Chicago. III. - M Jto . CONSULTING ENGINEER L. TC GARDNER, lit First Nat. .Bank power I'lanis, manufacturing proces. U tlanta. testa, inspection, rt-ports. -J WIU July 11 ( HORSES AND WAGONS FOR SALE FOR SAl.E-8n.alt tiers, about fc swonds. very gentle. .aullabl fur children. -44 B totlv . . P-r.7 SSs -OSTEOPATHY JOH.1SOM lusUlule, U M. T. In. Tel. Doa; tar FLORISTS U HENDERSON Ult Famam. 126 Tal. Doug DEATH NOTICES I'OtOHF.RTY-Jolin at his home, I'll! Oak street Wednesday morning, sged 80 year Funeral Frldny morning June 2S.at o i'l rk from rwMcm of hi soft Charles Dougherty. 4.'3 North Klshteenth street to t. Patrick' church. Inte rment . .at St. Mary a remlery. UNDERTAKERS HOFFMANN A GENTLEMAN. 702 N. lth. Douglas rti.W. M938 .fulS MONUMENTS Great Western Granite Co. Douglaa WH. ' Jli Jy24 MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS VACATION MQNEY1 EVERYBODY NEEDS IT. And thia la th place to coma and get It. Don't let money stand In the way of en Joying yourielf when It can b ao easily obtained at Uila. ofttce on .HOl'SEHOLU GOODS, PIANOS. HORSES. WAGONS, etc. SPECIAL RATES ON ' SALARY -LOANS! XV t hara a good prn'poTtlnn tn OfTpr thnaa who wish money to tlrta them over vacation period. Call and he convinced. RELIABLE CREDIT CO., S07-&6 Pazton Block. X-M-944-S0 OUR LOANS our employes are well Informed and courtedus and we are aiwaya pleased to explain our manner of loana. We tell you to the cent what th coat will be. and If you conclude that It will not pay you ts borrow, there la no harm dona . , we loan on furniture, pianos, live aioca nd other cnattela and to aalarled people Upon their own agreement to pav. wa onrer you rates as low as you wiu nd and our facil'.tlea for Quick and con Odenilal set vices are unsurpassed. . We ar tha oldest concern in our una in tha city, and. we always try to please our OL1A1IA MOltTOAQE LOAN COMPANY. 119 Board of Trade Bid- Phoa Doug. TSi. MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew elry, horses, cows, ate. C t . Kcea, no a. lSth. ' - X 9I Bo wen,. 703 NV Y. Life Bldg., Advance private money on chattels or salary. EAy to get no rea tape, xou get money aame day 'asked Mr at small oust. Open evenings till 1. XM DR. PRIBENOW'S PBIVATB MONET loaned., on. .furniture, pianos, salary, horses, etc.. In any amount, at less than half the rate; no red tape; perfect pri vacy; Immediate attention; on any terms wanted; payments suspended In case of sickness or out of employment. Room 114 Karbach Blk., tot 8, Uth SL X 4 EAGLE Loan Offlce, reliable, aeoommodat. ing; all buainea oonadentlal, . Uul Doug, X-eul MONEY LOANED SALARIED PKOPLB and others without aecunty; easy pay ments. Office In 53 principal cltlea. Tul man, foorp, m New York Life Bldg. FURNITURE,' Piano-. Jewelrr Loan. till Neville wik. twis vy tHAt-BW.MJAN im . X 4 FURNITURE, Live 8tock. Salary Loana lun urn ioan, . vo.,., yooio. tiaraer Blk. X 4v9 CHATTELS,' aalary . and . jewelry ; loana r oiey, jan L-o.. uli jr arnam, St. A ow CHATTEL and ' salary loan; Phoenix Credit. Co,. ftU Paxton Block. X-M4fi3 SIDEWALKS SIDEWALKS All kind licensed. A. R tioei, iuo Webster. lei. Doug. 404. Wnen You Write to Advertisers. remember It only take an extra stroke or two of th pen to mention th fact that you saw to ad. In The Jiee, GOVERNMENT NOTICES PROPOSAL8 FOR CAVALRY AND AR- tlllery horses: Chief - Uuartermaster'a Offlce, Omaha, Nb.,- ij-une la. lswtt. Sealed proposals, in Iri plicate, will be received st this office, until 12 o'clock m., central standard time. July "2, lHu.'"' and then opened, in the presence -of attending bir ders,, for two hundred and seventy-five (275) csvalry horses, and twenty-five (26) artillery horses, for delivery at Beattle. Washington; or other ' prominent railroad points. The animals to conlorm to speci fications for cavalry horses. United State reserves riant to acceDt or reject any or all proposals or any part thereof. Par ticulars' rnd nlank ror proposals . will be furnished on application. Envelope con taining' pfopotal to br-indorsed "Pra- poal for Tiorsee," and addressed to Major M. Gray eallnskl. Chief Quarter. master. JU-14-l6-16-at-3oa UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF Agriculture, office of. the. stcreta,v. Washington, D. C; - June -22, . IU. Notice Is hereby given that the Secretary of Agi i culture nas, .uuaer autnoruy. coprerrwi law, lasued an amendment described Amendment No, 4 to the regulatlona of the Secretary of Agriculture governing- the in spection, dlxlnfection, certification, treat ment, handling, and method and mAnner of delivery and shipment, of live stock which is the subject of interstate t omruerce. Thia amendment mouines Regulation- 3s. cover ing the disinfection of cars 1 Mnd " other veh'cles. yards, ri-iw.' sheds, chutes, etc. that have contained sherp. X ople of Amendment No. 4 to the Regulation may be obtained from the Chief of rhe'Hureau of Animal Industry, - .whose address Is Washington, U. C, James waon. sec retary. J.'9dlt OCEAS ITKAXURI anchor uni rj. a nan, rraAMHHirs K'CW YORK, LONDON" AND OLASOOW. NEW TORH FALA&MO AND NAPLES. t.M,uf arm.) mtMlALlOB. SlMllCM. UUauS. Tka toaUoit of pAftfwnsers cuttluU teastilarva. Sits r naaa-Ui tickets laurs enwwa nw i orm u Inuk, Basllak. iruk aa all tnulptl MalliMJ lata at tuiKlin rate, ml lor Bs el 1 ottrm rr lMhu te rhuI latMBt.iie apvlr local astDl el tM A or or L.u, of tt tlkjSIOaMAwJI BHUS.. UH I mu laioa. lib . Find a Customer Ere thing yeu hare) t Mil Is-wanted by gomebody If price an4 quality are riynt Bet Want Ad Will ftad tM roe torn en scavenger worm I haul dead anlmala, II 00 per head. Garb. asl.es. manure end all .rub bish;, clean vaults and - rcMouuU- All work, don t guarantsrfal , -i-U .promptly att-ndod. to. . . ... - ypiwne. R4 Vff . .. J. K wHIRlOCK NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA COUNCIL Offloa, 10 INwri . . MlXttrt MKtTlOI. Clark' soda. y Davis sells dniga. Btockert sells csrpet. Fine engraving at Leffert . Ed Roger' Tony Fault beer. New location. 30 Pearl St.. Matoney. Plumbing and heating, Blxby A Son. Woodritig Undertaking company. Tel. Lewi Cutler, funeral director. 'Fhon 7. Diamonds as an Investment. Talk to Leffert about it. Fireworks of i- kinds. Purity Candy Kitchen, $46 W. Broadway. Buy your building material f rom C. Hafer. Big stock and little prices. Bluff City Masonic loilne will meet tonight for work In the third degree. Piano lesson. Marguerite I- Morehouse, L'O Frank street, ind. 'phone 1040. Extra heavy, four-passenger lawn swings, ro.ai. J. Kollsr Merc. Co. Phone 820. Position is wslting for you after taking a courae In the Western Iowa college. Bee Stephen Bros, for Arc brick and fire clay, sewer pipe, tltting and garden hose. All our goods are marked in plain figures. This niaki-s buying easy. Peterson & Schoning Co. Picture frame made to order. Hundreds of patterns tu choose from. C. E. Alex ander, 123 Broadway. If you have tender feet and want tood. comfortable alio ae Duncan A an, i3 Main street. The Woman's Relief corps aid aoclety will meet tins afternoon with Mr. Marks, 10J5 East Washington avenue. Mrs. U J. Trimble has been called to Colorado Springs by the serious Illness of her slHUr Mrs. Mary K, .Anderson. H. A. Qulnn has been called to Baltimore by the death of his brother-in-law, Henry F. Manning, who died Tuesday at Knox vllle, Tenn. For Sale Will' sacrifice on my fine piano. Payments If desired. Can be seen at Schmoller A Mueller'. 60S Broadway, Council Bluffs. . la. Charles A. Epp began uit in the district court yesterday for divorce from Ann C. Kdd..-to w hom he was married Decemner 26. 1902, at Mitchellvllle, la. we wholesale Ice cream. Shipped to any part of the state. Special price te th retail trade. I. Mucct, 213 meat Broad Way, Council Bluffs, la. Tel. Mi- We have the Sneat line of sample monu ments to select from In the west. Sheely A Lane Marble and Granite works, 117 East Broadway, Council Bluffs, la. Just received, sixty different styles In wall paper for our summer trad. Th best time In the year to paper Is in tb ummer. Borwlck. 211 South Main; Michael O'Brien filed original notice. of uit in the district court yesterday against the Wabash railroad claiming J I HO for six head - of calves killed on the company right-of-way, ... i Th following extract will be served this week at our soda fountain: Carmacla Kiss, Maple Leaf, Canteloupe Sundaes, Hartford Eatj -Frosen Phoephate, Grape Juice Lem onade, Maraschino Punch, Horltck'a Egg phosphate. Maple Nog. Clark Drug Co. Cheap fruit Jars are high priced this ea on. Why not buy good ones at a -very little-more? We have the "Globe " glass top.-.pa font self-sealing fruit Jars. Pints. II per dosen; quarts. 11.10. Also extra heavy rubbers, tin top Jelly glasses and root bcor bottles. W. A, Maurer. Mrs. Mary Maloney, wife of Patrick P. Maloney, 1H4 Avenue C, died last evening after a short Illness from perltontls. aged 48 yhrs. Besides her husbsnd, two daught ers, and three sons survive her. The funeral will be held Saturday morning at 9 o'clock from St. Francis Xavler's church and Inter ment will be In St. Jone-ph cemetery. To forestall further litigation the street railway company ia taking down the via duct over th roadway at Its entrance to the resort at Itke Manawa. 1 tie court ordered the street railway company, as the result- of the litigation over-4he closing of certain streets at Manawa, to remove all obstructions. When the viaduct waa left standing) threats were recently made that th courts would again. be appftaled in. . . , There wHl be-a general meeting of th Council Bluffs Fish and Game Protective association this evening at the club house t lAke Manawa. Since the treet railway company fenced in its reaort a a result of .the litigation over the streets the club house can only be reached by a long detour along' the Country 'road and not from-the reaort. Tbe meeting tonigui ia to aeviae wave and means to secure some way of getting to and from the club house other than at present. Jim Brown will have a hearing: In Justice Field's court tomorrow morning on the charge of taking $5 from the person of J. p. Hraay. tirown ana nraay were in a South Main street saloon on June 12. when Brown noticed ,a to bill protruding from Brady's pocket. He pTomPl'y took posse, slon of the bill, it Is alleged, but when the owner remonstrated promised to return, it. After waiting, fifteen (lnvs and falling to get the money "back Brady yesterday filed an tnrormanon in justice r leia a courr, Brown gave bond for hie appearance Satur day. The funeral of Arthur Zlno. who died a few -days ago at St. Bernard's hospital, will be held this morning at 9 o'clock from t. peter. I'atnouc. cnurcn. ana intermeni will be in St. Joseph cemetery. Mrs. Harry Johns of Atchison, Kan., sister of tho deceased, who intended coming here to at tend the funeral, yesterday notified I nder- aker Woodrlng that she would be unable to be present and gave directions for the burial. The mother and another slater of the deceased, who were former resident of Council Bluffs, are living in Iawton, Okl . hut' wilt not be able to come for the funeral,. Picture framing Is a profession and re quire natural talent to obtain good re sults. We've got the talent and guaran tee to do the work right.. Handling wall paper and doing th work 1 one of our One art and when It come to figuring on painting you can do no better than to fig ure with us, because w can do th work right and always mak th right prica. Council Bluff Paint. Oil and Glass Co, New location, Merrlanv block. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN One -room house with gas, city water and sewerage, also a 6-room cottsge with city water and sswerage; both well rented. Never vacant. Must be sold at once. Will make a good Investment or a good home. Please call and let me show them to you. Have houses to rent On monthly payments.- Call m up. rhone 417 and 40A Red. D. 8. Kerr, M6 Broadway, Council Bluffs, Ia. Remember We can't put the shoe stock In the win dow. It you don't se what you want, go Inside. Sargent a Family Shoe Store. Look for the bear. Special 2u per cent discount on all of th following: Dinner sets, -music cabinets, dinner chair, porch furniture, parlor lamp, center table, buffets, sideboards, kitchen cabinets, go-carts, refrigeratory, portlerus, lace curtains, oil cloth, linoleum, earpcta and mattings. D. W. Keller. 103 So. Malu. Ten high top organs, with French be-el plate mirrors, must be sold quick'. Get a big bargain at A.. Heap Co., at B. Mala St., Council Bljffs. CENTRAL rLOL'Iy-Sl.U. - Every sack warranted. Central Grocery and Meat Mar ket. Both Phone IC If you ar in need ot a sewing machine, bicycle or phonograph call on 8. M. Will. Unison. 17 8. Main St., or 'prior, red H7, W employ nothing but first-class tin Mr and plumbers and guarantee all of our work. Spencer Furnae aad Sheet Metal Work. 161 West Broadway. - - . Something entirely new and lust ol Beautiful new photo at a special offer fr Short lime only at Schmidt studio. Dea l forget thai .1 have an spring and summer suit from 20 to 12. B. 8. Hieka Faacy sugar cured Xsx breakfast bacon, lle per pound Central Grocery and Meat Market. Bulk ' Pheae 24. White cnva Oxford, all king. Price, HUH. Punca Degn, u Mala aueet. BLUFFS St. TL 48. HOTEL CLERK PROVES WISE Bu t Chance to Lean Ten Dollar on "Fine" Gold WgtcL HAD BEEN TCUCHLD ON THE GAME BEFORE Sends Boy for Police and Stranger aad His "Phoney" Tlmeplef Are Both Reposing la tkc Police gtatloa. "Good evening, Mr. Park," H the fa miliar manner In which a young man, well dressed but a stranger, addressed the chief clerk at the Grand hotel last even ing. "I am in rather an embarrassing po sition. I have two women friends I prom ised to take to the lake this evening' and I find I have left my pocketbook at home. Would you kindly accommodate me with 110 on this until tomorrow." With this the stranger placed a seemingly handsome gold watch with silk fob and charm In Mr. Parks' hand. "My father Is a well known Rock Island official in Omaha and 1 will bring the money over after lunch' tomorrow," he continued. Mr. Parks, however, hail been there before. "Let me have your name, as we gen erally like to know to whom we lend money," replied Mr. Parka, as he handed the stranger a slip of paper. "Oh my name is F. O. Wilson. I live at S515 Farnam street. I am well known across the river." "Is your name In the directory?" "It ought to be, I have lived ther--Umg enough." - While the stranger was writing his nam on A slip of paper. Clerk Park managed to send on of the boys after an officer and kept the fellow waiting a minute or so while he pretended to unlock the safe to get the money. When the officer ar rived the fellow etarted to run, but waa quickly overhauled. At th city Jail he gave the name of T, G. Teaman and had letters on him ad dressed to thia name to th general de livery, Omaha. ' He is being held for Investigation. The watch la one., of the cheapest "phoney" kind. Clerk Parks about a year ago loaned the son of a "prominent Northwestern official In Omaha" $10 on a somewhat similar watch end under similar circumstances and consequently the game last night failed to work. DRAINAGE ASSESSMENT SETTLED Partlea Get Together and Reach an Amicable Agreement. The county supervisors, Bitting as a drainage board, approved yesterday after noon the benefit assessment schedule for the Pigeon creek ditch' after reaching a settlement with the Northwestern railroad satisfactory to the ditch promoters and Contractor Wlckhatn. ..- .' Under the agreement reached the assess, nient of 1.6:.S0 against, the railroad was stricken off and the propecty ot the rail road was taken 'out. of the drainage dis trict. In return the railroad withdrew Its claim of 15,000. for .4antgc and entered Into an agreement to.. mov,e Its bridge so as to permit Contract Wick ham to pass his . dredge up or dawn , he elream. Tho railroad ia to replace Its present structure with a steel bridge on stone abuttments. This" agreement was reached after the supervisors had stepped aside and allowed the- representatives of the railroad, the ditch promoters and the 'contractor to get together and talk it over. In order to bring about a settlement of the controversy Con tractor Wlckbam offered" to donate 11,000 pf the contract price for'ths construction of the ditch to the drainage district. The hoard adjourned to August 8, at which time it will decide on the bond Issue to pay for the construction of th ditch, which will coat between 120,000 and 130, 000. " Property owner "assessed for bene fits can pay their assessments on or be fore August 8 in cash and the amount eo paid In will be deducted from the bond Issue. No cash payments on assesmsnta, however, will be aocepted after that date or' after the amount of the bond issue Is determined upon. Ostermear Mattress. Ostermnor Cotton Felt Mattresses ar guaranteed not to lump , or pack, Price. tlt.M. We are exclusive, agent. Keller Farnsworth Furniture Co. Do you krow what makes a buggy worth owning? I will tell yoa. ' First, Its dura blllty and wearing qualitle: second, It ap pearance and comfort. These points you will aiwaya And In "Van -Brunt Vehicles." No use talking, they have no equals. . Call and se. ' Tou know a picture and a frame with out harmony means a poor picture. We have for year made picture framing a specialty and a study. We know what point it takes to make a picture valuable and prised. You will be satisfied with our price if you come to us. H. Borwlck, til S. Main. . Coaaell 4 Consider Light Contract. The city council will meet n commit te cf the whole this afternoon to consider the proposed new lighting contract with th Cltlsen'a Gas and Electric company. While some opposition has arisen to th proposed contract on account of certain persons Inline western part of the city asserting that It doe not guarantee that portion of th city gaa in the neai future, th con tract I generally considered an advan tageous one for the city, seeing that by it the company guarantees a royalty of I per cent of its gross earnings on electrical business other than that of th city light ing This royalty or rebate will enable the city to inatall several more light without extra expense, or will reduce the coat of th are light materially If additional one ar not Installed. While in some quarters there has been a demand for 81 gas the council men ar sat. lined with the reduction, from 11. tt to SI 25. For Imported wines, liquors and Budwelaer beer go to L. Rosenfeld. wholsaal liquor dealer, 611 South Main street. Investigate the superior construction of the Wise furnace. In this progressive age you should provide yourself with th mod ern furnace. The "Wise" 1 more durable, economical and ha greater hasting ca pacity .than any other. We ar ready to how you at 11 8. Main St. Paddock Hand, achy Hardware company. Oo te Hick' for your money's worth la tattering. No bluff, either Kaglee to Itooat In - Blafs. Councilman . Thomas Maloney arrived home last evening from Dea Moines, vhtre he attended the mesttng of the etate uerl of Eagls. He brought with him the In formation that Council Bluffs secured the meeting for lfcT, and that th stgte aerie endorsed the candidacy of 8. B. Wadsworth of this city for worthy (read preeldn of th order at the meeting of the grand aerie to be held in Milwaukee on August It. F. C. Hendricks arrived home with Mr. Maloney and tha rest of the delega tion will return today. We pay 111. 00 per ton for rest Iron; mixed. Is 0 per ton; stove. 17 SO; rsgs, 1 a lb ; rubber, 7c; copper, 14c per R. J. Kattle man, tut South Main. Both 'Phones toO. Position Is waiting for you after taking a course In the Western Iowa college. Fin Farm. Two hundred-acre farm Ave miles from Missouri Vallsy. Good Improvements and orchard. Cheap at 7t per acre. Wallace Benjamin, room t. First National bank building. Office telephone tot. Everest Has HI Tranble. Frank F. Everest, th well known real estate man and former city assessor, was gbl yesterday to testify to the truth of the ancient adage that mlsfqrtuncs never come singly. Wednesday evening Mr. Everest, while out driving with her m-year-old babe and Miss Carrie Spooner, waa thrown out of the buggy and suffered a severely wrenched back. Mis Spooner, who was holding the baby, waa severely bruised, but the child escaped injury. In some manner the lines became entangled In the wheels, the horse became frightened and the buggy was tipped over, throwing the occupants into the street. About i Vclock yesterday morning Mr. Everest, who lives on Glen avenue, arose to give his wife some medicine. Looking for his watch he was surprised to discover that It was not on the bureau where h had plated It before retiring. Investigation showed the remains of a number of burred matches on the floor and the discovery that his clothes were also scattered about the floor with the pocket inside out caused Mr. Everest to realise that he had been robbed while asleep. Neighbors had noticed some person striking matches In different part of the house, but supposing it was some member of the household, had not given the subject any more thought. Besides the watch, which waa a valuable gold one, the thief secured a small sum of money from. Mr. Everest's clothes. None of the silverware In the dining room was touched. It Is thought the thief entered the house' through one of the ecreened windows which had been left open on the lower floor. Investigate our cheap land proposition In eastern Colorado; IS per acre for raising all kinds of crops; good soil; best of water; delightful climate. Excursions' first and third Tuesday of each month. Send for printed matter. F. C. Lougee, 124 Main street. Council Bluffs, I a. A. Metsgar A Cm. New Location of Wholesale Bakery. 616 Mynster St., Co. Bluffs, Ia. Home-made Bread a Specialty. Our line of violins and other small musi cal instruments is one of the most com plete In the west. Bouricius Piano House, 136 B'way, where the organ stands upon the building. Real Estate Transkfer. These transfers were reported to The Bee June 281by the Title Guaranty and Trust company of Council Bluffs: F. W. Meneray and wife to Thomas French, part nwV. nw1 23 and part se-4 ne4 U-75-44, w d 7,900 Orpha McCurdy to Edgar C. Hutchin son, part of lot I, n block I, in Eubank's 2d add. to Council Bluffs.. . . . ' la..- and lot 3 of Auditor's sub-di-' vision of w4 80-76-48. w d XV. H. Stacy and wife to Nellie F. Merrill, lot 4. in block 7. In Grime' add to Council Bluffs, Ia., w d Fanchlon A. Seller and husband to Nellie F. Merrill, lot 10. in block 3, In Baylies A Palmer's add. to Council Bluffs, la., w d L. knd J. Messenberg to O. R. Larson, lot 13. In block 10, in Pierce's sub- division to Council Bluffs, la., w d H A. Trobough, and husband to Soph rnnla Beecley. lot 12. In block 2, In Gates' edd to Oakland. Ia., w d Charles M. Crlppen and wife to H. Edstrom and I . G. Kepner, lots 1 and 2. In block 1. In Wright's add. to Cotineil Hluffs, Ia., w d M. A. Burke and husbsnd to A. D. Annls, lots 7 and 8, in block 2, in Parkdale add. to Council Bluffa, Ia., w d 1.7CO l.eoo 1.000 50 125 100 A. J. Seaman to Benjamln-Fahr Real Estate company, lots 22 and 2t, In block 9. In Wright's add., and lot 13, in block 27, in Beer sub-dtvtsion to Council Bluffs. Ia.. w d W. S. Balrd to Anna E. Balrd. nV of lot 16. in block 18, In Beer's sub division to Council Bluffs, Ia., w d William O. Moomsw and wife to Nannie A. Fuller, part of lot 11. In Johnson's add, to Council Bluffs., la., q o d , 85 Eleven transfers, total ....111,677 Qnallty foant More with paint than with anything sis. Tou may think you save a few dollars en first cost, hut you'll lose a year or more on. the wear. W don't offer bargain counter price for paint, but w paint so It stays painted. Jensen it Nicholson. Outside and Inside House Decorations. Don't Ge to Omaha Until you try at home. Tou have stocks ot shoe In Council Bluff equal to any city. Try Sargent' and the whole bunch. You will And what you want somewhere. Bar. gent' Family Shoe Store. Look for the bear. Sad Homecoming for Vonnkerman. It will b a aad homecoming for Coun cilman Oscar Younkermaa whsn he reaches his horn In Germany, which he left twenty seven year ago to petti In the United States. Councilman Tounkerman and wife laft Council Bluffs Tuesday for New York, from wher they expected to sail yester day for Germany tu spend two months or so at Mr. Younkerman's old home. Yester dsy morning a letter was received from Germany and was opened by a member of the family. It contained the news of the death of Mr. Tounkerman' father two week ago. When th aged parent realised that death wa approaching, the letter stated, hi one wish was that he would live long enough to one more hi son, Oscsr, who had written telling hi parents of hi Intended Visit, but hi wish wa not gratified ahd he died with his eyes resting on a ,,larg picture of Mr. . Tounkerman which at th dying mini requeat had been placed at tbe foot of the bed. When the sad news was received yester day morning members of the family at first thought of telegraphing to Mr. Tounk erman in New York with the chance of reaching him before h Bailed, but later decided not to do o. ... Ladle' Yachting shoes In white, made especially for the purpose, Sargent's Family Bho Store. N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. tM. Night Lea! Boy Ran Away Iron Home. tester Green, George Green and I Bat ft, three small boys from th Christian home, from which they had been absent about a week, a It later developed, were picked up by the police yesterday morning near a West Broadway saloon. Lester Green wa found to be In possession ot a fnur-ounr bottle of whisky which he had secured at the saloon for a negress named Mr. Campbell, living In the alley south of Broadway near Eighth street. tnveatlcatloa shewed that the negreee had seen th three boys In the alley pick ing over some refuse at tbe rear of a grocery store and she asked the Green lad to go or) the eriand and get the whisky for her. The finding of two new pncketknlves In possession of the youngsters led to the confeselon thst they had tolen a bundle of rocketknlves from one of the 10-cent stores on Broadway. They Implicated four other boys "from the home In th theft and further Inveatlgatlon by the police howed that th other four lads were still missing from the Institution. The boys picked up by the police said they had been sleeping In barns and alleys and subsisting on what they could pick up In th alleys back of grocery and other stores. Fireworks! Fireworks! Fireworks of all kinds. Purity Candy Kitchen, 46 West Broadway. Badera Dollar Rlisr. No honing, no slroping. See them in our show winder. Swain A tauer, where they sell high grade hardware. 336 and 333 West Broadway. Why era, McAte' l-akery goods better than any made or sold In the city? Simply because all of the Ingrediente that go Into their composition are absolutely pure aud otj the highest grade produced, and will eohform to and pase Inspectlen under any pure food law on earth. No compounds or Imitations used. ,t. Haselton I roaara tnlatrd. Postmaster Haselton was the recipient of many congratulations yesterday by reason of the Wsshlngtan dispatches announcing that tho president had sent to the senate his appointment to succeed himself as post master in this city at the expiration of his term on Jily 11. The Title Guaranty ana Trust company, abstracter of titles. Books date back to 1X63. Booke ar all up te data. Work ac curately and promptly done at lowest prices. Office opposite court house, 236 Pearl treet. Council Bluffs, la. High grade pianos sold on easy payments, 110 down and 15 per month. Swanson Music Co., 407 Broadway. Pianos tuned and stored. Marriage Licenses. Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday to the following: Nsme and Residence. . I A?2 1 Wlnfleld E. Smith. Lincoln, Neh ?B Estella Kellerman, Lincoln, Neb 28 Tom Jett. Omaha , 88 Ella Null. Omaha Is William O. Cheney, Lincoln, Neh t Lucretia Burroughs, Lincoln, Neb .... 16 IOWAN9 ARB QRAHTED DEGR F.F.S BeTcrnt Are Honor Graduate at Vale and Harvard. CAMBRIDGE. Mass., June J8 (Special Telegram.) Among those receiving the doctor of philosophy degree from Harvsrd university is Burrill Samuel Lncey of Du buque, la., for work In physical chemistry. The title ot his thesis Is "Temperature Co efficient . of Concentration Cells and of Electrodes and the Thomas Effect in Elec trotypes." Mr. lAcey has been assistant In chemistry, at Harvard, a John Harvard fellow, and holds the A. B. and A. M. de grees from Harvard. NEW HAVEN, Conn.. June 28. (SpertHl Telegram.) The following students have received the master of arts degree from Yale university: Fred I. Hadsell, Ph. B., of Urper Iowa college, '02; Walter E. Lager, qulst, Clarinda, Ia.. B. A., Simpson col lege, '03, B. A., Yale, '05; Marlon B. Begv ers,;oskaloosa, la.. B. A., Haverford, '06. Stranger Die at Missouri Valley. MISSOURI VALLEY. n.. June 28.-, (Special.) Thia afternoon n stranger giv ing hi name a Jack or Henry Roberts, was suddenly taken with fonyylslons on Erie street, and was carried Into an empty bulltjlng and medical aid summoned, but after working two hours the dot-tor was unable to give the man any relief and he waa then removed to the Gasson Boughton hospital, where Drs. Gasson and Boughton did all that waa possible for the man and not -until after o'clock could they get him to reatlng easy. They then mad an attempt to get him to talk and gathered from hi muttering that hia nam waa .Henry Roberts, that he had a brother Sam and a sister Nellie Hail in Ottumwa, but could not get him to say where he was from or where he was going. ' He tried to talk to ,nm Ana ho alteH Charlie and "Shorty" and asked for a priest. He died about 1:80 o'clock. Fremont Crop Prospect. SIDNEY, Ia., June 28. -(Special.) An other good rain blessed thia region Tues day night, . When' nearly two Inches fell. The general crop prospects never looked better. Corn Is especially promising. The eeaaon haa been favorable in every re spect, and there Is a good stand, which Is clesn, even and. making rapid growth. Hay la hot so rank as last year, but of better quality. Oat and wheat are doing well. Home grown potatoes have already appeared on the local market. Rasp berries and blackberries are abundant, and peaches, plums and apples promts an en ormous yield. Grocer Select Picnic Grounds. MISSOURI VALLEY; la.. June 28 (Special.) Th Council Bluff grocer have decided to hold their annual plcnlu and outing here on Thursday, July 18. Frensled with Fear are many who develop lung trouble. Dr. King's New Discovery will cure them. Guaranteed. 80c -and 81.00. For sale by Sherman A MoConnell Drug Co, ! AND RETURN Vl . Every day to July 7th - . - , - r Round Trij tickets will bo sold to ' IM r KA.vcibl O or LOd ANGEL1SS. j J Alao other low round trip rates In eect daily to Sept. 15 .' (( UNION PACIFIC ) SHORT LINE PAST TRAINS NO DELAY t P eure your tickets rend over this lice . Inquire st - CJTV TICKET OFFICE. I3UI FA UN AM 8T V t-fione iKttifc-ias 3.1 PERKINS MARES PROPOSAL! Rational Committee to Same Commission to Settle All Contcttt. ' ejnBBBBVnMBnaa- CUMMINS NOT HEARD FROM ON QUESTION Last Township In Dallas t'sssty, Selects Delegates and fslrea (lot--, ernor a Majority la the County Convention. (From a Staff Correspondent.) DES MOINE8, June IS. (Special.) H n George D. Perkins, candidate for the re publican nomination for governor, toda' sent his opponent. Governor A. U. Cummins, tli following letter: t am reluctant to take the Initiative It suggesting any plan looking to a peacefu solution of th perplexing altuation nov confronting the republican party of thlt state. I assume that yoti. equally with my self, desire that the convention snail In orderly and above suspicion of Intentlona, wrong. We are mutually desirous, I air free to say. to shield the party tiUmc front dishonor and to bring about the nomination of S ticket that the sincere membership of the party can loyally and unitedly support. Tho time for calm action Is row. The pre-ronventlnn campaign has been heated. Tho struggle for delegates has never been equalled In our state The con- t-st haa come down to he closing das Without a clear settlement as to the choice . of the party for the gubernatorial nomlnru . tlon. The balance of power Is with delega tlona that are contested, and these contest-", to my mind, should be Impartially and In. telllgently determined to tbe end tlwt confi dence iiiay he established In the Integrity of the convention's determinations. Neltlirr you nor I want a nomination Involving a doubtful title or the suspicion of It. Now, what can he done to provide a fair adjust, ment? . It has occurred to me that w-e might ask for the Intervention of the republican na tional committee. Would you be willing in Join In a request to the chairman of th national committee that he appoint from . the membership of the committee a com mission of three, the cholre to be mad from states sufficiently separated from our state to secure Impartiality and freedom from predetermination, to hear and !e- ternilne the Issues thnt have arisen. My thought is that such rommielon should I' empowered to hear all contests and upon their finding make up a tempnrnry roll to be binding upon al parties, and. ' further, Ihst such commission be authorised to pre scribe, parliamentary rules hy which th convention should be governed In all Its preliminary work. If a plan of this kind were to be agreed to, it would be necessary, of course, that we should PersonHlly obligate ourselves to abide by the action of the commission. i to use otir rull Influence to have their con I elusions accepted by the convention -and to exert all our power to have the plan and conclusion thus -framed carried out in good faith. If this suggestion, prompted only by my desire to place the-eommon welfare of the party nbove personal concern, does not meet your specific approval, I trust I am not mistaken In assuming that the ob. Ject In view haa your cordial endorsement. Therefore, I am not without confidence that some .in can be mutually aureed toV that will secure a creditable adjustment and save the convention from hasty and. Imprudent action, harmful to the party and mortifying to those aaalnst whom re. sponslhlllty might be lodged. I am not personally disposed In this matter to Ignore the authority of our state committee, and my sua-aestlon would be ' (f you should agree with me In the general proposition, to petition our own committee to take tip the matter with- the chairman cf the na tional committee. I should consider It an honor to be favored with your early reply. Respectfully yours. . OKOROK-n. PKRKIN8, Tt' 1st understood that Mr. Perkins' lotter was mailed also to Lieutenant Governor Herrlott at Stuart and Major Ratlibun at Marlon, the two other candidates for the position of governor. . Governor Cummins was not at his office today and It la npt known what his nnswef will be, . . . Comniln Carries Dallas, Governor Cumnilns carried the last town, ship lr Dallas.'county, . Walnut, at caucuses yesterday hv a vote of 116 to 58. On the face of ' the returns he now has sixty-four delegates to the'eounfy conven tion and Perkins-has rlfty-three. Trro New Candidate Talked. Joseph Alien' of Pucahantus county 4. being discussed as a candidate for Stat treasurer. He 1b also mentioned as a candidate for slate senator In opposition to' Senator til WInne of Humboldt county, if la a hanker and a member of th Board of Regents of the State university. A. M. Cloud of Manchester, Buchanan county, ia n"w mentioned ss a . possible candidate for attorney general and It la understood- to be practlonlly determined that he will be a candidate. There are three other candidates In the. flrld for at torney general. The announcement of two candidates for state offices after all but four county conventions have been held 1 rather unusual. . . Insurance Commission. John M. Kmery, actuary of the Dea Mnlnen Life Insurance company, the first expert actuary before the Insurance ln vestlgatlon commission, eald today that h favored an annual accounting and distribu tion of dividends and toll the commission that it would remedy nearly all. the evils as to misappropriation and mislnvestment of funds. ....... , ' Edward A. Temple, president of the Bank, era Life anHoclatlon, wag before the com mission. He testified that, his company had no actuary and needed none., . Ha . gave more In detail Information as to the finan cial cond'tion of the Bankers Life and h. testimony was in connici wtiq mat ot ir--Emery as to some points in insurance matters. He asserted (hut the percentage of loaaes paid would amount to the sam thing as the petventago of individuals dying.' Mr. Emery stated In Ills testimony that the percent was different. The Eleventh cavalry of the regul ir army, stationed at Fort Dea Moines, has been ordered by the department at Washington to postpone ita march to Fort Hlley to August II In order to be In Dps Molne when the reunion of the .Army ot the Philippines Is held in this city.