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TTIi: 0MA1IA DAILY BEEt FRIDAY, AUOUST 10, 1P0G.
. PILES CUBED
WITHOCY AN oPKRATION-AUi kinds
of plls ;ur d-internl, asternal, blind,
bleeding or itching piles. A auarantee
given In eveiy case treated by Dr. Mas
well, who nan had twenty-five years' ex
perlence m treating plies Hundred of
testimonials given on application. B24 B
Hldg On.aha, Neb. Phone iwuglas 1424.
AN V I'OOR OIRL in need of a friend call
or write lo the matron ef the balvatloti
Army Homo for Women at 8SC4 N. 2t;h
Bt.. O.-naba, Neb. . U-M100
TRT KELLY'S Laundry.
DR. ROT. Ch.ropody, R. J at J, 150u Farnm.
PRIVATE ronlnement home; Mm. Dr.
King. 3olS N. Sat St. Tel. Doug. g"9a
P I F A T I N C"l DuttonaRuc'ng,
l I 11 1 1 i v fcmbrolderlng.
Dyeing and Cleaning, Sponging and Shrink
ing, only he per yard. Send (or price list
GOLDMAN PLEATING CO.,
209 Douglas Block. Tel. Douglas ,934
LAU N D R Yc 'jS?.11
PRIVATE home during confinement. Mrs.
Gjrdell, !1G Charles. J el. Doug. Mil.
THK Balvatlon Army aollclta caat-off
clothing;. In fact, anything you do not
need.. We collect, repair and aell, at 114
N. 11th St., for coat of collecting to the
worthy poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 413a and
wagon will call. U 61'
i 1 nvivrid fi8TEOI)aY. Mrs. Rit-
LJirSUlj ttnhous-. 410 N. Wth St.
Room t, 2d floor.
U M361 316
FREE medical and s'irglcal treatment nt
Cretgbton Medical College. 14th and
Davenport Hts. Special attention paid
to confinement cases. - All treatment su
pervised by college professors. 'Phone
Doug. 1167. Calla answered day or night.
THE City Garbage Co. Office, 14th and
Leavenworth Bin, Tel. Douglt.S 13(7.
FRIVATK home during confinement; ha
blee adopted. The Good Samaritan 8m
' Itarlum, - 728 First Ave., Council BlufN,
la. Tel. 774. U-3K
SURVEYING. Bllckenaderfer, 312 Bee Bldg.
OMAHA Stammerer Institute, Ramge Pldg.
f ArtKP.TTf ! treatment and bath. Mme.
lUAUlrjll Bnilth, 1U N. 15. 2d floor.
.U MJM Auglux
SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mall; cut
Ertcea. Bend for free catalogue. Myere
'lllon Drug Co., Omaha. U 77i
WE RENT sewing machines at (1 per
week; we aell noonl-hand machines la
up. Nebraska Cycle Co., corner 16th and
Harney. Tel. Douglas 166S. U 778
DRtt. VOUEL, private hospital for women
and for ladiea before and during confine
ment. 2319 S. 13th Bt., Omaha, Neb.
- .- - U-M387 Augl7
MAGNETIC Massage, 412 N. lth St.
iUAUlXUilU second floor, room IT.
.1 . U M00 augis
CHIROPODIST Dr. Dunbar. 20 Neville
block; halrdresslng, etc. Douglas 6170.
U M14 Aug.W
ARCHITECT O. L. Brollne, tig Bee Bldg.
U 432 85
BUSINESS lunch fifteen cents. Regular
dinner twejity-flve rents. Short orders at
all hours. Ed Rothery, 111 B. 14th. D. H.
Rump, Manager-Prop. J M47I 14s
PACKING china, cut glass and wedding
presents a specialty Address Joseph
uurns, case rit. u-M nx
BEST nerve bracer for men. "Gray's Nerve
Food Pills" It box, postpaid. Sherman A
-McConnaU Drug Co., Omaha. 774
DR. PRIES, specialist, women's diseases,
weaknesses, discharges, Irregularities,
cured painlessly and safely. Wlthnell
block, litlj anlarpey. room & Omaha.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
r - EVERYBODY NEEDS IT.
1 tfclti im ihm- nlaie ta miim and rut It.
I in' 1 1 at tnnnev aland In tha wav Af an
joying yourself when It can be so eaally
obtained at this office on HOUSEHOLD
(WOW, PIANOS, UORSUd, WAUONd,
ETC. . , .. v
SPECIAL RATES ON SALARY LOANS.
We have a good proposition to offer those
Who wisn money 10 iiao intra over vaca
tion period, can ana re convincea.
EELIABLE CREDIT CO.
S07-80S Paxton Block.
'-. -. . X-M362 U
do . without. . but what'a the
use? None at all.
on your furniture, pianos, live -stock
and other chattels. We
also loan to persona steadily
employed on their plain not .
NO ONE WLLL KNOW.
you ever had a loan, besides
you have use of both money
and security at the same time.
, EASY PAYMENTS
arranged to suit your purse.
If paid before due.
Omafea Mortgage Loan Co.,
US Board of. Trade Bldg. Tel. Douglas 2296.
- 1 SO. MTU ST.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, horse, cows, tlo. C. F. Reed, 610 8.
Bowen, 703 N. Y. Life Bldg.,
Advances private money oa chattels or
salary; easy to get; no rod tape; you g(
' money same day asked for at sina.ll ofct.
Open evenings till 7. X 77
CHATTEL and salary loana Phoenix
Credit Co., feoi Paxton block. X Taj
EAGLE LOAN OFFICE; reliable, accom
modating; all business conOdentlal. 1301
Louglaa. X 741
FI RNITURE. live stock, salary loans.
Duff Green Loan Co., room k, Barker
block. X 7s4
DR. PK1BENOWB PRIVATE MONEY
loaned on furniture, piano, salary,
horses, eta, in any amount, at less ilian
half the rate; no red tape; perfect pri
vacy, immediate attention; on any trriut
. wanted; payments suspended in case of
sickness or out-of -employment. Koum
214 Karbach block, 30 8. lath bt. X 1
MONET LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
and otheis without security; easy pay
ments. Offices In 61 principal cities. Tol-
- man, room 714. New York Lit Bids.
'HATTEL8. salary and Jewelry loam.
Foley Loan Co.. Uu4 Farnam 8t X-7S
- MADAME BUDDHA
LEADING PALMIST OF' OMAHA
F.ventful and truthful predictions given.
Oil 111 8. llth BU. Opp. Boston Mi ore.
ANCHOR ami iron Fencing; Wire Fencing
per foot 6 N. 17th Bt. Tel. Red 814
I. HENOTERSON. 1 Farnam. Tel. Dug
BARRKTT Fdward, Hard 80 yearn, died
Funeral August 10 at .V from family
residence. 19it Mouth' Kleventh street, to
St. Patrick', church. Interment Bt. Mary s
ZIMM FRM A N Kllxabeth, Augtwt 9.
aged 71) year.
Funeral ffom the residence of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Lena Miller, 1739 South Ninth,
Friday, AtiKiist in, 1SH. at p. m. Inter
ment Forest Lawn. Friend Invited. De
ceased la survived bv three daughters. Mrs.
Trlmbley of Farnam. Neb : Mr. Dunham
of F.ldorado Springs. Mn., and Mrs. Lena
Miller of Omaha.
RICHARDSON Lyman, at Savannah, Oa.,
on August K aged 72 year.
Funeral private, Sunday afternoon at ! 3ft,
from 412 North Twenty-seond street.
Frlenda are requested not to send flower
Interment in charge of Ixiyal lg:on commander)-,
at Prospect Hill cemetery.
Great Western Granlt Co. Douglas 6V1.
OFFICE CHIEF QIARTERM AS TEK.
Denver, Colo., August B, ISC. Scaled
proposals In triplicate, subject to usual
condition, will he received here until II
a. in. Augiiat 20, 1!H6, for the supply at
Dale Creek or Islay, Wyoming, during the
month of AtiKua: and September, I, of
l.tmi.KO pounds graded white oats, beat
HiiBllty, or equal, and 2,flo0.oni pounds haled
hay, timothy or equal preferred, proposals
for quantities leas than the total quanti
ties required, or for delivery at points
other than those named, will be entertained.
Kidder a guaranty or certified check to be
ten per cent of bid. I'. 8 reserves the right
In accept or relect any or all bids or any
part of any bid. Information furnished
on application to this office. Knvelopes to
be marked: "Proposals for Forage at Dale
Creek or Islay. Wyoming." C. A. H. Mc
Cauley, Chief Quartermaster.
AUfJ IT 11 18 ;vti
CON8TRVCTING QVARTEHM ASTERS
Office, Fort Crook. Nebraska, August 10,
19i6 --Sealed proposals. In triplicate, aub-
ect to the usual conditions, will be re
ceived here until 10 o'clock a. m., central
standard time, August 25, 190ft, for making
repairs to swimming pool and accessories
thereto, at this poat. mil Information win
be furnished and drawings and speclflca-
lons may be seen at this omre. IToposaia
to.be marked "Proposals for repairs to
swimming pool" and addressed to Captain
K. It. HtoKsrtall, uuartermaster, in in
fantry, Constructing Quartermaster.
Ofnce. Omaha, Nebraska, August 1, ltKM.
Eealed proposals. Intripllrate, subject to
the usual conditions, will be received here
until 10 o'clock a. m., central standard
time. August 27, for Installing a water
avstem at Fort Omaha, Nebraska. Full
Information furnished on application to this
office, where plans and specifications may
be seen. Proposals to be marked "Pro
posals for Installing a Water System," and
addressed to Major M. GRAY ZALINSK1,
Constructing Quartermaster. Army Build
ing. Omaha. Nebraska. AS-9-10-11-24-26
RAILWAY TIME CARD
UNION STATION TENTH AND MARC Y
a 8:18 pm
a 5:10 pm
a 9 JO am
a 6:10 pm
a l .ao pm
a 7:44 am
a 4:60 pm
b 1 .00 pm
Overland Limited a t;4u am
The China and Japan
Fast Mail a 4:i& pm
Colo. A Calif. Ex a 4:15 pm
California & Ore. Ex. .a 4:25 pm
Los Angeles Limited. ...au:o am
Fast Mall a 1:55 pm
Colorado Special a 7.46 am
North f lane ixicai a s:iv mm
Beatrice Loce! .......... o 1:1a pm
CblcaQ Great Westera.
Bt. Paul & Minneapolis. :30 pm
Bt. Paul A Minneapolis. 7:45 am
Chicago Limited 6:40 pm
Chicago express i.um
Chicago Express 1:30 pra
Chicago A Northwestern.
Local Cedar Rapids..... a 7: am
Chicago Uaylignt a :v0 am
Chicago Limited a HM pm
I -urrnll IC&1 S 4:U 1)111
a 6:00 pm
a :& am
i M pm
a 7 :tu am
a 6:06 pra
bU : 40 pra
a 6:00 am
Bt. Paul Fast Mall. a V.26 pm
Bioux C. & Bt. f. Local, b :0 pm
Chicago Express a 5:50 pm
Chicago Limited alias; pm
Norfolk & Bonesteel ...a 7:40am
Lincoln At VOg nun... i .w am
Casper & Wyoming. ...a 1:00 pm ,
Deadwooa at x.incoin...a :w pin
Hastings Superior. ...b S:0o pm
Fremont-Albion b 8:02 pm
Chicago Local all :S0 am
Bhoehonl express au:oo am
Twin City Limited...... 7:60 am
Chicago Express ..
.a 1:00 am a 1:66 pm
.a 6:0u pm a 7:14) am
Island A Paclao.
a :26 am a 7:lu am
a 7:w am a 4:30 pm
a 6:16 am alO lO pra
Iowa Local ....
Chicago Mail ..
1UB &AJv.at i-.w . w w.m. yiw
Chicago lEaatern Exp.). a 4:06 pm a 1:46 pm
Chicago tluwa Limited). a 6:66 pm al2:l0 pm
Rocky Mountain Llm...a 7.20 am 6:16 am
Colo. A Cal. Express... a 2 01 pm a 6:65 pra
Okl. A Texas Exp a 4:40 pm al2:i pm
Colorado Faat Mall ....alO lO pin a 7:36 am
a dally, b dally except Sunday.
Chicago, Mllwaok.ee A St. Paal.
Chl.'A Colo. Special.., .a 7:66 am a 7:W am
California A Ore. Ex. ..a 6:46 pm a 1:10 pm
Overland Limited a 8:34 pm a 1:20 am
Marlon A Cedar R. Loo.b 6:46 am b 11:00 pm
Missouri Paclao. .
Bt. Louis Sxpresa a 1:00 am a 6:30 pm
K. C. A 8t L. Express.. all :15 pra a 6:00 pm
W a baa.
Bt, Louis Express a 6:30 pm a 1:40 am
bt. Louis Local . (from -
Council Bl lifts) a 6:15 am alO.W pm
Stanberry Local (from
Council Bluffs) b 6:00 pro bll;) am
BURLINGTON STATION loth MASON.
Denver A California. ...a 4:10 pm
Black Hills a 4:10 pm
Northwest Special ......a 4.10 pra
Northwest Express ...... all. 10 pm
Nebraska Express a 9:10 am
Nebraska Local a 6:00 am
I.lnoolii Faat Mall b S:00 pm
EH. Crook A Plattam'h..b x.6o pm
Bellevue A Plaltain h.tw 7.60 am
Believue A Pao. June. ..a 1:30 am
Bellevue A Pao. Juno.. .a 9:10 am
Chicago bpeclHl a 7:136 am
Chicago Express a 1:46 pm
. v a -.A ...
1 2 it nM
a 6:30 pm
a 9. 06 am
a 6:30 pm
a i:w pm
a 9:06 am
a 6:30 am
a 1 66
V nilgai x-tw. w.w fu,
Iowa Local a 6:16 am
bt. Louis express a . pm
Kansas Clty-Su Joe....al0:46 pm
l. ,'Uv.Hr T ci am a ...
Kacsas Ciiy-St. Joe a 4:46 pm
WEBSTER DEPOT 161 fa WEBSTER
St. Paal, Miaaeapolls A
Twin City Pasenfrer...b 6.30 am. b 9:10 pra
Ploux Cltv Passenger. ..a I 00 pnil all:a) am
Emerson Ixical b 8:J0 pm b fkio sm
- i . I fi.ai; dm. rrt
. .C 6:46 am e 6.60 pm
tl laaowrl PaalSo.
Nebraska Local, via
Weeping Water ,, b 1:60 pm bll: 10 pa
b Dally except Sunday, d Pall
e Sunday only. . e Dally
Find them every 3it
by watching th aa
nouncmenta ta TUB
BEE'S Want A4 Cut-ums.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
Office, 10 Pearl
' - MM OB IF.STI01,
Stovkert sella carpets.
Fine engraving at LefTert s.
Fd Rogers' Tony Faust beer.
I'lii tubing and healing, Hlxby A Son.
Souvenir poatals, Alexander's, 33S B'wsy.
Woodilng Undertaking company. Tel. S3.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. Phone 7.
MAMONDS A AN INVESTMENT.
TALK TO LEFFERT ABOUT IT.
Ueorgi Hoagland has the Kansas Shall
brick. All hard brick. Out his prices.
Only ten days more for those i-J suits
at Hicks', worth 635 and up. ' E. S. lilcka.
Bee Stephen Bros tor hie brick and fire
clay, sewer pipe, fittings and garden hose.
1 Infer sells builders' hardware on the
same plan as lumber, ynitk sales and
STRICTLY CASH FOR ALL SHOES AT
Dl'NCAN & LEAN'S GREAT CLOSING
OCT SHOE SALE.
R. 1. Rennetl Is home from Chicago on a
visit to his parents, Mr. and Airs. G. M.
Long, :'Sl Avenue G.
County Tren surer Conslgney turned over
to City Treasurer True yesterday 14.681 72,
being the municipality a proportion of the
lax collections for July.
We whoiesole ice cream. Shipped to any
part of the state. Special prlcet to the re
tail trade. I. Muccl, 213 West Broadway,
Council Bluffs, la. Tel. 3M.
We have the finest line uf sample monu
ments to select from li. the west. Sheeley
at Lane Marble and Uranlte Works, 217
E.iet Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Lenocker of Oakland,
la., were In the city yesterday on their
way for a trip through the Black Hills.
They were accompanied by Misa Happy
Frantx, also of Oakland.
Fall opening Western Iowa college, Mer
riani block. Council Bluffs, la., Monday,
August 27. English, Normal. Bookkeeping
ami Shorthand deparlmenlu. Send for new
catalogue. Both phones.
Just received something In new and up-to-date
picture moulding. Now Is your
chance to get that picture framed up you
laid away. Berwick, 211 South Main.
Don't worry about the price; We will make
that right. ,
OWING TO THE LARGE CROWDS
THAT ARB ATTENDING OUR SALE
DURING THE DAY VK HAVE DE
CIDED TO KEEP OPEN UNTIL NINE
O'CIAJCK EAH EVENING HEREAF
TER. DUNCAN & DEAN. 23 MAIN ST.
Captain Green has offered the Associated
Charities the services of a number of men
of the Dodge Light Guards to keep the
line at the presentation of "A Midsummer
Night s Dream ' at rairmount pam lues
day evening and the offer has been gladly
Van Brunt vehicles furnish an array of
talking points not found on any other
vehicles. Others will tell you that their s
Is Just as good aa "Van Brunt's." You
have been up against these "Just as good"
things before, call around ana see me;
my statements are not mere assertion,
but facts. '
William J. O Donnell. only son of Mrs!
E. O Donnell of 323 Glen avenue, died last
evening at Mercy hospital after three days'
lime-SB. lcceaiHl, woo was O" yrara ui
age, had a large number of friends and
acquaintances In thin city to wHom the
news of his death came as a great shock.
Besides his mother two sisters survive him.
C. B. Hart, charged with swindling two
clerks at the IfTert Jewelry store out of
$19.75 on the short change racket, finally
had hid preliminary hearing yesterday be
fore Justice Field and was bound over to
await the action of the grand jury. His
bond was fixed at which he had not
given up to last night, but he expects to
be able to furnish it today.
Rev. Henry DeLong performed the mar
riage ceremony yesterday at his office In
the county court house for H. F. Andrews
of Little Rock, Ark., and Lovlnla A Pro-
vencher of Exeter. Neb., and W. H. Enla
and B. L. Caaterllne, both of Council Bluffs.
The combined ages of the two it rooms and
two brides was 221 years. Both prides gave
ineir age as oz. wnne one of the grooms
was 61 ami the other 56.
The commissioners on Insanity had be
fore them yesterday Miss Anna Nelson,
an elderly spinster who resides on Wash
ington avenue wnose '-eccentricities are
a source of-great annoyance to . her neigh
bors, miss Nelson in addition to her home
property owns an eight-room house on
Washington avenue Id which he 'lives
alone al times. She has been before the
board on previous occasions and her case
is a most perplexing one for the commis
sioners to decide. The commissioners failed
to rearh a decision yesterday and continued
tne neanng until Saturday.
Medium and high-grade sewing machines.
I cuiry a large line of the latest Im
proved machines. I have machines ranging
In price from (22.50 up. Can furnish ma
chines that make both lock and chain
stitch. I sell the finest and only perfect
rotary shuttle machines now on the mar
ket. I sell machines on easy payments,
with liberal discount for cash. All ma
chines taken to your home for trial. I re
pair all makes of machines; keep needles.
oils and parts of machines; have had
twenty-six years' experience In sowing ma
chines, all in Council Bluffs.- Come m and
see my goods and figure with me. .-1 sell
Edison and Victor talking machines and
carry a large stock of records. Ind. 'phone
707-Red; Bell 'phone, Red-1167. B. M. Wil
liamson, 17 South Main. :
Where Shall I Bay My Groceries f
WE ANSWER THIS QUESTION. FIRST
WHERE PRICES ARE RIGHT, SEC
OND, WHERE THE GOOD8 ARE FRESH
AND FIRST CLASS. THIRD. WHERE
YOU WILL RECEIVE COURTEOUS AND
HONEST TREATMENT. WE FULLFIL
THE ABOVE REQUIREMENTS IN EV
ERY RESPECT. GIVE US A TRIAL OR
DER AND WE ARE 8URE YOU WILL
BE OUR REGULAR CUSTOMER. JOHN
OLSON, 739 W. BROADWAY.
If you are looking torward to your sum
mer's outing you will need a few va
cation necessities; If you are going camp
ing with a small party you will want a
few delicacies; if you are going to a plcnio
yon will want your basket filled with
"good things to eat." Eandwlches, olives,
plckies, cakes, cheese, fruits, a cold bottle
of ginger ale or root beer In fact McAtee
has everything necessary to All a dainty
lunch basket and the best the market
I 67 : t a a Aft-. I
The Only Perfect
DOUBLE VISION LENS.
COME IN AND SEE THEM. I
I haul dead animals, 6106 per head.
Garbage, aalies, manure and all rub
bish; clean vaults and tea pools. Au
work done Is auarantead.
Calla promptly attended ta
'Phone. Red 1871
J. H. SHERLOCK
St. Tel. 43.
GUARDS BACK FROM HIRE
Bail and Hot San Render. Wwk'l Trip a
ALL PULL THROUGH IN GOOD CONDITION
Mea Are In Marh Better fhape Than
talforms After Their Contact with
Iowa Mad from Hed Oak
With every evidence of having had a
more than usually strenuous week of it
Company L, Fifty-fifth regiment, Iowa Na
tional guard, otherwise known as the Dodge
Light Guards, arrived home yesterday
afternoon from Atlantic. The men were In
fine fettle, despite the fact that for seven
days they had been tramping through mud
and when It was not raining the sun was
shining hot on them.
Thursday morning of last week the com
pany left Council Bluffs over the Bur
lington for Red Oak where the regiment
mobilized and started on Its hike to At
lantic, each ray's march being accom
panied by maneuvers as If the regiment
was passing through a hostile country.
Hardly a day passed Without heavy rain
and the boys suffered much discomfort on
that account. When it was not raining
the sun Bhone with considerable fierce
ness, causing the damp uniforms to steam
and the men to perspire as they had not
often done before.
Atlantic was reached Wednesday morning
about 11 o'clock and yesterday morning the
regiment was reviewed by Adjutant Gen
eral Thrift In the unavoidable absence of
Oovernor Cummins. The boys of Com
pany L showed remarkable stamina and
not one dropped out of the ranks during
the hike. Two of the. company collapsed
on reaching camp one night but were fully
recovered the next morning when the regi
ment resumed its tramp.
The boys' uniforms showed on their re
turn yesterday afternoon what they had
been through during the week. They
were considerably the worse for wear and
tear not to speak of the rain but the step
of the men as they marched from the
depot to the armory on Pearl street was aa
Jaunty as on the morning they left for
After relieving themselves of their equip
ment at the armory mbst of the boys lost
no time In "hiking" fof home to get clean
clothes and a bath, also a good square
'meal. During the tramp the boys sub
sisted on army rations such ar hard tack,
bacon, and on one or two rare occasions
fresh meat, beans, onions and potatoes,
coffee without milk and no butter on the
Cosaty Officials to Prky Ball.
W. R. Cox, clerk of the district court of
Harrison county, has on- behalf of the of
ficials of hia county accepted the chal
lenge from H. V. Batter, clerk of the dis
trict court of Pottawattamie to meet the
officials of the latter county on the
diamond during the meeting. of the various
state associations of county officials In this
city, the latter part of tttln month.
In his letter of acceptance Mr. Cox, with
the evident Intention of overawing the of
ficials of Pottawattamie county, writes as
follows: "There Is -prifynne place where
we are weak; that Is the catcher. Our
pitcher. County Treasurer bgden, Is so
fast that we cannot get any one to stand
up for him. The Insurance companies have
threatened to cancel our accident Insur
ance policies If we - undertake to catch
Mr. Ba.ttey, In his reply to the Harrison
county clerk, suggested that there would
not be much need of a catcher when the
Pottawattamies were at the bat and about
all the Harrison county fellows would need
would be an army of small boys to re
trieve the balls as they 'were hit over the
The Potts wattamle officials expect to go
Into training at once for the affray. Rev.
Henry DeLong, probation officer, and of
ficial marriage minister at the court house,
will probably be. called , upon to officiate
Four Big, Onea.
WB ARE OFFERING THIS WEEK
FOUR BIG ' SPECIALS IN ENAMEL
WARE NO. 1, 10-quart purple preserving
kettle, worth 75c, for 40c; No. 2. 12-quart
gray ' granite water 'fait, worth 85c, for
40c; No. I, 14-quart purple dish pan, worth
85c. for 45c; No. 4, 12-quart blue outside,
white lnelde, enamel pall, worth 61.35, for
76c. Paddock-Handschy Hardware Co., 41
S. Main St. Tel. 67.
C.&00 acres good farm land in eastern Colo
rado, $5 per acre and up; no Irrigation re
quired Can raise all kinds of small grain
and corn. A few good homesteads Join
our lands. Send for printed matter. F. C
Lougee, L4 Main street. Council Bluffs, la.
A. Metsgar A Co.
New Location of Wholesale Bakery.
616 Mynster Street, Co. Bluffs, la.
Home-made Bread a Specialty.
Real Estate Transfers.
These transfers were reported August I
to The Bee by the Title Guaranty and
Trust company of Council Bluffs:
Ed N. Jordan to Ernest E. Hart. In
corporated lot 13, block Ji. Jackson's
add., w. d $19,t0
ijeonara iverett ana wire to G. W.
Pangle, lot 1, block S. Buyliaa' Id
aad., w. d
William Gall and wife to Mrs. I. E.
Htowe, lot 12, block 6, Beers' subdiv.,
A. S. Haselton and wife and Geora-e
H. Mayne and wife to Mary Nelson,
part ne-4 swi end part nwV seVi
2V73-44. w. d
Four transfers, total.
Now tc yo-ir chance tor tine photos cheap;
our handsome $7.50 folders only IS. 00; 66.60
folder, large size, only 65.00, and our 68.00
gilt edge panels only (4.60 per dozen; smal
ler sires half yrlce far a short time only
at Schmidt's studio, 406 Broadway.
GREEN AND NORFOLK FURNACES
GIVE THE BEST SATISFACTION. ASK
PEOPLE THAT USE THEM. THET WILL
TELL YOU WHAT THEY ARE. F. A
6PENCER, 156 Broadway.
All persons knowing themselves to be in
debted to Duncan & Dean or the Duncan
Shoe company are requested to call and
settle at once.
Removal Sal Still Oa.
One-third off on short lengths of picture
mouldings. A good time to buy frames.
C E. Alexander, 633 Broadway.
Play Promises a lirrrti.
The women of the Associated Charities
are working hard to ensure the presenta
tion of Shakespeare's "A Mldaummer
Night's Drearn" at-Falrmount park next
Tuesday evening proving a financial suc
cess. The entertainment Is for the benefit
-I the Creche bui.dlng fund and so far
the sale of tickets has been exceptionally
promising. Blocks of tickets were sent by
the committee In charge to several of the
fraternal organisations of the city with
the requrst to dispose of them. The Mac
cabees responded liberally and the Danish
brotherhood not only prompt!- sent a check
for the full amount of the tickets but re
furned the tickets, suggesting that the com
mittee might be able to sell them again.
WHITTAKKH HF.I.It FOIt AAII.T
Denies I harae, bnt I'reseata Kl
' dence to Court.
8. C. Whlttnker. charged with assaulting
little in-yesfr-old Anna Bailsman with crlm-
Inal Intent, had his preliminary hearing be- rertor Of the hospital; Mrs. Clem F. Klin
forc Judge Scott in. police court yesterday ', ball, president of the Woman lhrl! I;in
morning and was hound over to await the association, and Rev. Charles Mnyne, pastor
action of the grand Jury. His ball was of Trinity Methodist church. The speeches
fixed at IXOno, in default of which he was were Interspersed with musical numbers,
committed to the county Jail. j this part of ttie program being under the
The story of the llttlo girl as told in J direction of Mrs. H. A. (Julnn. The nurses
court yesterday morning was substantially . receiving dlplomns are Ms Hope Rlchard
a repetition of what she told the evening I son. Miss Kiln MrManlgal, M'ss Lillian
she was attacked by Whlttaker. Her story I Forsyth and Miss Helen Weed. At the
was corroborated In many particulars close of the -exercises the four gradimtes
by other witnesses who had seen Whlttaker i wefo tendered an Informal reception, light
leading the children down the track and.!
... ...... i
wna nan later assisted in me pursuit.
One of the employes at the barn where
Whlttaker had worked testified to Whlt
taker tearing up the straw hat he wore the
evening he attempted the assau't on the
child and throwing It under a manure heap
back of the barn.
Whlttnker, who adopted a defiant and
sullen manner In court, denied the charge,
but failed to produce any witnesses In sup
port of his denial.
We pay 111.00 per ton ror castlron; mixed,
S9.00 per ton; stoves, 17.60; rags, lo a lb.;
rubber, 7c: copper, 14o per lb. J. Kattlt
man, 601 South Main. Both 'phones 660.
Thirty-one lots belonging to an old estate,
west of car bouse on Avenues A, B and C,
First, Second and Third avenues, fifty lots,
tlOO each, on monthly payments. Wallace
Benjamin, room 1, Frst National bank
building. Both 'phones 203.
Owner Reads Money. .
I can sell 8-room modern dwelling at big
discount. If sold at once. It Is In fine
neighborhood and on paved street. Call
soon. There are several smaller dwellings,
too. Tel. 61. Charles T. Officer, 411 Broad
way. Wilson la Troablc Aaaln.
Chief Clerk Park of the Grand hotel was
called 'to Omaha yesterday afternoon by a
telephone message to the effect that the po
lice had under arrst there the man Wilson
who had passd a bogus draft on him for
185 tin August 1. When Mr. Park reached
the city Jail In Omaha he found the police
had In custody T. A. Wilson, the man who
was arrested Wednesday In this city on
suspicion tit being the F. W. Wilson who
on August 1 registered from Crawfordsvllle,
Ind. Mr. Park at once secured Mr. Wll
son'a release and Mr. Wilson accompanied
Mr. Parks back to Council Bluffs and Is
again a guest at the Grand hotel.
Mr. Wilson took dinner at the Paxton
hotel In Omaha yesterday noon and re
quested the clerk In charge to cash a check
on the First National bank of Clarlnda, la.
The clerk, being aware of the fact that a
man named Wilson was wanted for de
frauding the Grand hotel of this city, sent
for an officer and when Mr. Wilson finished
eating his meal he was placed under ar
rest. Mr. Wilson expects to resume his In
terrupted Journey to Denver today.
Assessing I'p Paring;.
The city council yesterday afternoon
assessed up the cost of the recentl5awcom-
plrtcd paving on Broadway between .Thir
teenth and Twentieth streets against the
abutting property. The cost of the paving
amounts to something over 118,000, and al
though no tabulation has yet been made
It Is expected that the deficiency which the
city will have to pay out of the general
Improvement fund will exceed 110,000..
The deficiency on the Broadway paving
will swamp the general Improvement fund
for the next twelve months
there is about 64,000 In the fund and proba
bly some 66.000 will be received into It
before the next levy becomes available. In
the meantime there will be nothing In the
fund to meet the deficiencies on the other
streets ordered pave,d.'
The levy for next year will have to be
made by the city council before Septem
A FINE 80-ACRE FARM
five miles from Council Bluffs postofffce,
well Improved. Will take a 12,000 residence
toward It. Address D. S. Kerr, 546 Broad
way, Council Bluffs. 'Phones 417 and 506
CENTRAL FLOUR $115. Every sack
warranted. Central Grocery and Meat Mar
ket. Both 'phones 24.
For Imported wines, liquors and Bud
welser beer go to L. Rosenfeld. wholesale
liquor dealer, 619 South Main street.
CUT GLASS TUMBLERS 19C EACH.
still continues. We are offering new bar
gains every day; William A. Rogers El-ber-
pattern plated silverware 60 per cent
discount. Special sterling manicure and
toilet articles at 50 per cent.'. Cut Sun
burst Tumblers, new shape with star in
bottom, IB 1 cents each for this week only.
W. A. Maurer china store.
THE MOST UP-TO-DAT RESTAUR
ANT IN COUNCIL BLUFFS. GOOD 8ER.
VICE AND HOME COOKING. The Calu
met restaurant, 620 Broadway.
N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tel. 250. Night L6l.
Railroad Magnates In City.
The need of cars In which to haul the
large quantity of grain now being shipped
Is given as the reason for the presence of a
number of railroad officials in the city.
Registered at the Grand hotel last evening
were Superintendent O. Cornellsen of the
Great Western from Clarion, la., and L. 8
Bourne, trainmaster of the mme road;
Superintendent F. M. Jones of the Illinois
Central from Fort Dodge and Genet al
Trainmaster M. H. Farnsworth an li.
Parsons, superintendent of telegraph, with
headquarters In Chicago, also of the Great
Western, P. J. O'Brien of 8t. Ixiuls. super.
Intendent of transportation of the Wabash
and M. G. Carter, trainmaster of the sanv
road, with headquarters at Stansberry, Ui
Superintendent Cornellsen of the Grei
Western Is accompanied by his wife, sou
District Court Jnry Drawn.
The fallowing petit ;iv was drawn yes
terday (or the August term of district court,
which will be convened Tuesday, August
28, with Judge N. W. Macy of Harlan v.
J. W. Palmer, Garner; William Whitney
Norwalk: Herman Wlltland. Keg Kreek.
Phil Hetrlck. York: II V. Jeffries, Roclt
ford; A. Hunter. Neola: C. B. Peters
Boomer; W. B. Hough. Crescent; O. M.il
thews, Washington. Isaac Nixon. Haul
Dell; H A. ElWbeck. Lulu; F. W. Ouren
Silver Creek; H O New Ion. Same Snvd-.r
J. M. Matthews, J. 8 Miller, George V
Smith. Ix-e Mitchell. Kd Carr. Hans t'liu
en. Ed Clausen. Louis Boeknoff, Blan 1
Rifhton, W. E. Walton. Council Bluff
(irerae qalta Police Force,
Samuel L. Greene, captain of the Dodg
Usht Guards, yesterday filed with Chi. i
of Police Richmond his resignation aa night
desk sergeant at police headquarters. Th
resignation has been accepted, but tbt
vacanry has not yet been filled At head
quarters It ass uii'lerstiiod that Ietec(lvf
Rh liardsun Would be offered the place.
With Pergeant Greenes resignation 'wo
new men will he appointed within a few
days on the force.
Diplomas for I'oar nrses.
The exercises In connection with the pre
sentation of diplomas to four nurses who
have completed the course In the Woman's
Christian Association Training school at the
Council Bluffs General lnpltnl attracted a
larne feathering to St. John's English Luth
eran church Inst evening.
Addresses were marto by Dr V. I. Trey
nor on lichalf of the medical board of ll-
refreshments and fruit punch being served
Mnrrlaae I lcensea
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday to
Name and Residence.
H. F. Andrews. Uttie Rock. Ark
lyivlnda A. Provencher. Exeter, Neb..
W. H. Epla. Council Bluffs
B. L. Ciisterllne, Council Bluffs
Harrison Coanty Jnry.
IADGAN, la.. Aug. 9. -(Special -The petit
Jury for the August term of the Harrison
county district court has been drawn ss
follows: Missouri Valley. W. O. Parker, J.
L. Skelton, J. B. Lyon. Ell Watklns, W. A.
Phillips, A. R. I Grow, G. W. Frarter and
A. G. Brown; Cass. Theodore Evans; Jack
son. O. T. Helstand, F. Hull, A. E. Chase
and S. Parks; Morgan. J. E. Moore and G.
W Rllrehamn: Tavlor .T V tUck : llnr-
rlson, J. XV. Chambers. Albert Powley and
G. T. Hood; Magnolia, J. XV. Kilts; Little
Sioux, I. J. Phelps; Washington, John
Chapman; Union, Thomas Hickey; Calhoun,
J. C. Owens; Royer, E. Said. J. W. Grimes.
J. W. Browning. J. XV. Dlohl. E. J Brown,
L. Hedgecork. C. J. Pliorett and James
Thompson; Jefferson, O. P. Coi eland, J. 8
Morris, F. E. Teel. M. O. Finley. W. 3.
Fountain, R. M. McCabe and XV. A. Donn.
Court convenes August W. with Judge W.
R. Green of Audubon on the bench.
Iowa Jlewa Votes.
ONAWA A telearam from California an
nounces the death of Eugene E. Engle,
formerly of this place.
IOWA FALI.8 Chairman J. D. Steere of
the Hardin county democratic central com
mittee this morning Issued a call for the
county democratic convention, to be held
at F.ldora. September 5.
IOWA FALLS At St. Paul, last evening,
occurred the marriage of Richard A. Vlgnrs,
a prominent business man of this city and
the republican nominee for county auditor,
to Miss Jessie Mae Harris, a formerly
well known young woman of Kldora.
AIGONA Because the late In milord sold
beer and waa fined tTfi, the Hotel Durdall.
one of the finest hostelrles in northern Iowa,
la without a landlord. The latest landlord
left suddenly without giving the owner
notice. The lease, which has Just expired,
had been assigned three times.
ONAWA Mrs. Mary A. Campbell has In
stituted suit for divorce from Clarence E.
Campbell. The defendant once rat) a news
paper In Council Bluffs and once started
suit against Mrs. Campbell's father. Jesse
Peck, for alienating his wife's affections.
He lived at Moorhead, but has left the
IOWA FALLS The largest cash bond
ever filed In the courts of Wright county
has Just been put up by James Hetland of
Austin, Minn., the father of Rev. John Het
land, the Norwegian minister who la un
der indictment on criminal charges In that
county. The senior Hetland Is not a prop
erty owner In the state and so a cash bond
was necessary to secure his son's release,
and 12.000 was put up. The father believes
In his son's Innocence and will fight the
Indictment In the courts. The son. who has
been confined In Jail for several weeks, haa
gone to Belmond to visit some of his
Fnda Life on Train.
ST. IOUI8. Aug. 9 A special to the
Post-Dispatch from Springfield. III., snys:
While enroute from Peoria, on the Chicago,
rwvria. & St. Ixiuls railway. brlnKina- the
body of his mother, Mrs. Mary Riley,
here for burial from Peoria, where she
died. George Riley stepped out 'on the
train platform and dropped to the rails
between the baggage car. In which his
mother's body was. and the smoking car
as the train waa crossing the county line
today and was instantly ground to death.
Despondoncy and grief because of the
death of his mother caused Riley to com
mit the act.
Strike Interrupts Unlldlna.
PITTSBURG, Aug. 9. A sympathy strike
movement began ten days ago by the
Pittsburg branch of the structural trades
alliance to aid the carpenters against the
employment of nonunion men has spread
so that many large building operations
have been stopped.
Battleship on Trial.
NEW YORK. Aug. 9-The battleship
Rhode Island, one of the newest and bin
gem of the navy, sailed from this port
early today for a final test before Us ac
ceptance by the government.
INDIA AND CEYLON
Delights thousand), and thousands vtlio ne il. (fiven an opportunity, it
will delight you because of its delicious flavor, ita perfiit purity and posi
OMAHA to MlilllEAPOLIS and RETURN
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
"The Short Line to Minneapolis."
ACCOUNT NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT G. A. R.
Tickets on sale August 11, 12 and 13. Long Return Limit.
Leave Omaha, 8:00 a. m.; Arrive Minneapolis 6;50 p. rn.
Leave Omaha, 8:30 p. m.; Arrive Minneapolis, 7:25 a. m.
Tickets good in both Standard and Tourist Sleepers.
City Ticket Office, 1402 Farnam St.. Omaha
EXAMINING CITY AlCOLNTS
"tate Ainlitor Praparei to Comply with
Nflf Enaotsd Stgtate.
UNCERTAIN HOW MUCH HELP HE HEEDS
M-muihle lor iluslnea te Make aod
l osses all t Be Responsible for
t attlaa Insnraacc Males
"From a Siaff Correspondent.)
PES MOlNF.it. Aug . tipevliU Under
the law inacteil .it the last session of the
legislature requiting t.'iat the state auditor
make an examination of the accounts of
all cities of populHtlon or over at
least once every two years the work waa
commenced today by George Fennel, an In
surance examiner In the auditor's office,
who begun an Investigation of the accounts
of the city officials of Creaton. Pennell
is an expert accountant In the auditor's
office and has been assisting Ifl the Insur
ance department. There are twenty-five
cltlis in the state with a population of
t.niio or over, but the state law provides
that cities of a pepuhitlonf less than
6,o can have the accounts examined by
the auditor's office H the mayor or City
council or twenty citixens request It. It
Is therefore Impossible . for the auditor to
Judge how many employes It will require
"to do the work. If the accounts of. only
the twenty-live are to lie examined It will
not require all of one man's time to do
the work of examining each once hi two
years, but should smaller cities make the
request in any great number other ex
aminers will have to t.e put to work.
Auditor Carroll today announced that tha
commission of seveu . expert accountants v
and city officials who will meet lo devise
a uniform system of accounts for cities of
Iowa will meet on August 111, Instead of
August 14, as. at first announced.
The hank examiners of Iowa will meet
i Bt ,n "tal' mlkor's office; the first of
next week to draw up the blanks on which
the directory boards of the state and sav
ings banks must make the June and De
cember reports to the state auditor. The
law requiring these reports was enacted at
Uie last session of the legislature.
Mnn Francisco Kirct'ata Rates.
George J. Delmage of the Century Fire
Insurance company of this city, In testify
ing before the insurance commission today,
stated that rates were being cut in this
state on (Ire Insurunoe and testified that
he believed It to be duo to the San Fran
cisco fire and earthquake. He testified that
there were companies suffering great Wise
In the fire which would pay out, but were
now cutting elsewhere In ordpr to get a
big volume 6f business and nmko up for
the loss; that there were others which
would not pay out and were trying to get
all the business possible before the crash;
and still other companies, not having any
loss In Sun Francisco which were com
pelled to cut rats to meet those Injured at
San Francisco and hold their business.
The commission this afternoon took up
the mutual companies. W. E. Johnston
and F. D. Babcock of Ida Grove, the first
the president and the second the secretary
of the Grain Shippers' Mutual Insurance
company; President Mllea of the Hardware
Dealers' Mutual at Mason City, Secretary
Ride of the same company of Spencer, F.
E. Gordon of Bsc City of the Hall Storm,
Mutual and J. 11. Herriman and. Norman
Dennlsmore of this city of the Town Dwel
lers' Mutual, were before the commission,
this afternoon to testify.,
gets I p Conspiracy Claim.
David Hellyer, who married In this city
and with his wife, Sarah T. Hellyer, moved
tO Fall City, Nib... and thon back to Dea
Moines, has appealed to the supreme court
his suit to recover a deed to properly In
this city which his ,wlfe secured In all
mony In a divorce proceeding In Nebraska.
Hellyer la an old soldier. Both had chil
dren by former marriages. Hellyer , as
serts his wife knew of hia physical In
firmities before she married him and that
while In Falls City, Nel., she, conspired
with the neighbors and threatened him
with divorce proceedings unless he deeded
to her his property In . Des Moines and
that one of the neighbors accompanied her
to their home and also threatened him.
Now he wishes to have the deed set aside.
Democrats Expect Help,
The democratic state, central committee Is
arranging to bring In Governor- Polk and
Congressmen De Arrnond and Chnmp Clarke
of Missouri, C. A. Towne of New York and
W. J. Bryan of Nebraska to assist them
lh' the Iowa campaign1. At the headquar
ters today It waa stated' that arrangements
had been made to this end.-
Hon. Thomas L. Maxwvll, formerly a res
ident of this city and now a resident of
Creston, Is said to have been practically
agreed upon by- the democrats "f the
Eighth district as the candidate to be nom
inated against Congressman W7 P. Hep
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