Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, August 12, 1906, NEWS SECTION, Page 11, Image 11

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Office, 10 Pearl
Davis, drugs.
Clark's sodas.
Stockert sells carpels.
Finn engraving m Leffert'.
Ed Rogers' Tony Faust beet-.
Plumbing find heating, Blxby 4 Bon.
Souvenir postals, Alexander's, 333 B way.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. S?9.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone 87.
-.! Beer Rohrer lert last evening tor a
risk's visit in Ksnmit City.
Ueorge Uoagiend haa the Kansas Shall
brick. All bard brick. Oct hla prlcea.
Only ten day, mora for those tii suits
at Hks', worth M and up. E. 8. Hlcke.
See Stephen Hroa. for fire brick and lira
tiuy, wtr pipe, fittings and garden hose.
, ?.lK1V-iUY -AHH kuti A1.L bHufc; AC
i ariut. balk.
John Casey of Spink. 8. D , died yesterday
in hi. BMiiaw'i hospital, wnere he had
Uen a patient since January 1, 1M4.
Mr. and Mrs. I.wi8 Culler h.ive bern
cuiicd tu La Porte, ind., by the death of
' wuitPi a mother, mil ti. ti. weir.
ihe Fish -and -Game piT,teetlve ansocia
lion uiii have a flurt bake and smoker at ita
ciuohouae at Manawa on beptember 16.
e wiioivfct ic no .re.,:n. nmpped to any
part f'f trie HUiu-. Hpecihi price to tue ra
tal! trade. 1. Mucci, ii.- Weal Broadway,
council liluna. la. let. KM.
we have tne iine-at hub ot sample monu
iiienia to icicii troin li. tue wesu tiiieeley
k Lane Marble und Granite Works, ill
fsst ttrojuwrt-. Council liluita, Ja.
tall opening Western Iowa college, Mer
ribin block, Council Bluffs, la., Monday,
August .'. KiiKllsn, Normal, Bookkeeping
mu Bnoilnar.u departments. Send lor new
iitirtlugue. Uotli phonos.
AH members of the National society,
Army of tne Philippines, Intending to at
Unu the annual reunion in Des Moines will
t.ike the a. m. train at the Rovk island
local depot Monday morning.
rfunt levelled something in new and up-U-daie
picture moulding. Note la your
ma nee tu get that picture framed up you
i..ld away. h rwick. 211 South Main
I'on't worry about the price; we will make
mat right
Mis. Florence Willis, wife of R. E. Wll
Ii.s, li-ii Kifln avenue died yesterday morn
ing, aged M years. The funeral will be
held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the
residence and interment will be In r'ulr
vlew cemetery.
The following Iced drinks and Ire- err am
will be served all this week at the Clark
Drug company's: Madjn, frnsen phosphate,
Siberian flip, eldorado sumJae, tropical sun
Oae, Carnienrlte kiss, southern beauty,
American sundae and Greenland Iceberg.
"Doc" George E. Smith, a former pro
prietor of the Grand hotel in this city, is
a candidate, snbjoct to the approval of the
paity, for tne democratic nomination to the
Mwciifi legislature from Kansas City. . He
states 'that ids platform is the "abolishment
of capital punishment."
Mrs. Eesle Knni filed In the district
court yesterday suit for -damages against
J. A. Knox, alleging desertion and failure
to auppoi t. Sue asks the custody of their
S yca -f;Icl son and an attachment against
tho defendant's salary of t6 a month as a
railroad, employe and for 8ift0 alimony.
Announcement has been received here of
the engagement of C. B. Altchison and Miss
Bertha WHlintns, former, reaidenta of.Coun
f ,eli Muffs, the wedding to take place early
"Tu September. Mr. Altchison Is now a res
ident of ' Portland, Ore., while Miss Wil
liams was until recently a resident of San
til memory of the late Mrs. Mary J. Shti
gurt, the Springfield Aid society, of which
she wis a member, held niemnrlal exercises
last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Quirk
In llunllh township. ' Th ' exercises in
cluded the reading of a memorial address by
Miss Uessle Ward, secretary of the society,
each .member present responding to roll
call 'with an -appropriate verse In memory
of their' departed sister.
Justice Gardiner bas taken under advise
ment the suit brought by L. E. Eltmlller
aaalnst, the Milwaukee railroad to recover
IK) the value of an overcoat stolen from
a trunk whlla In the baguake room at the
local depot, The railrpad d nled the lia
bility, contending that Eltmlller should
have taken his baggage from the depot
when he arrived and that his failure to do
so relieved the company from any respon
sibility. '' F"or Sale.
Medium and high-grade sewing machlnea.
I rai-rv a lame line of the latest Im
proved machines. I have machlnea ranging
in price from 122.50 up. Can furnish ma
cliires 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
chine taken to your home for trtal. I re
pair all makes of machines; keep needlea,
olla. and parts of machlnea, have had
twenty-six years' experience In sewing ma
chines, all In Council Bluffs. Come in and
see my goods and figure with me. I sell
Edison and Victor talking machlnea and
carry a large stock of records. Ind. 'phone
707-Red; Bell. 'phone, Redlll57. S. M. Wil
liamson, 1? South Main.
Delegates to Irrigation Congress.
Harry J. Saundera, 2u4 Oakland avenue,
thla city,' haa been named by Governor
Cummins aa a delegate to the National Ir
rigation congress to be held at Boise,
Idaho, September I to . inclusive. Mr.
Saundera waa for two yeara aaslatant en
gineer In-the government reclamation ser
vice In Wyoming and at present la In the
employ of the engineering department of
the Union" Pacific in Omaha,'-
roar Big Osh.
WARE No. L 10-quart purple preserving
kettle, worth 76c. for 40c; No. 3. It-quart
gray granite water pall, worth 86c. for
40c: No. 3. 14-quart purple dish pan, worth
tec. for 46c; No. 4. H-quart blue outalde.
white Inside, enamel pall, worth 11.35, for
Tbc. Paddock-Handschy Hardware Co., 41
8. Main BU Tel. 67.
CENTRAL FLOUR 31. U. Every sack
warranted. .Central Grocery and. Meat Mar
ket. Both 'phone 14.
' I haul dead animals. 81 W per bead.
Garbage, ashes, manure and all rub
bish; clean vaults and cesspool. All
orork. done I guaranteed.
Call promptly attended ta
"Phone. Red U73.
H " " The Only Perfect H
B , 409 Broadwa. B j
St. Tel. 48.
Altari Liquor it B;d Bold in the Place
After Midnicbt
AetlAB Taken Beeaaae Complaint Wna
Made Restaarant Was' Being;
laed to Evade Mldntuht
Closing Order.
Mayor Macrea took a hand personally In
the enforcement of the midnight closing
order at an early hour this morning. About
1 o'clock he entered the restaurant run In
connection with the Manhattan saloon,
where he discovered a number of people
drinking at the tables. He personally
placed all the employes of the place under
arrest and then telephoning for the police
had the prisoners taken to the city Jail.
H. A. Larson, proprietor of the place, I
gave bail for,, their appearance in police
court Monday morning and the employes
were released from custody. .
The action was taken by the mayor on
account of complaint made to htm that
liquor waa being sold In the restaurant
attached to the Manhattan saloon after
the saloon had been closed and In this way
the midnight closing order was being
This is ih second time Mayor Macrae
has personslly conducted a rsld. and In
both Instances he landed a load for the
patrol wa-on.
The new wall paper store of W. 8.
Hewetson has been In business four months
and wishes to thank the people of Council
Bluffs and vicinity for their liberal pat
ronage, and hopes to be better prepared In
the. future to do work. All outside work
now under tho. charge of C. 11. Mallck.
paper hanging, painting, etc. If you want
your house painted Inside or out, or de
corated come and see me and get esti
mates. Window shades a specialty, pic
tures and framing. A big line of new pic
tures Just arrived for the fall season. Th
very latest styles In picture mouldings.
W. S. Hewetson. Broadway and Fourth
Sts., Council Bluffs.
8PENCER. 16 Broadway.
We are agents for the best wheel chair
for Invalids. C. E. Alexander, 331 B'way.
Bandar Services
St. John'a Lutheran church. Rev. G. W.
Snyder, paator. Preaching eervleea at 11
a. m when the pastor will take aa the
subject of his sermon. "Examplea." Sun
day school will be at 9:45 a. m. There wMll
be no evening services.
Rev. O. W. Snyder of ' St. John' English
Lutheran chufeh will conduct services at
R p. m. at the Union Christian church,
Broadway and Thirty-fifth street.
There will be preaching aervlcea at the
Second Presbyterian church at 10:30 a. m.
and 8 p. m., conducted by Rev. W. H.
Lytle, P. D., of Lawrence, Kan. Sunday
school will be at noon.
First Church of Christ, Scientist, will
hold services In the Temple Emmanuel on
North Seventh street at 11 a. m.. when the
subject will be "Mind." Sunday school will
be at 12:15 p. m. and the regular mid-week
testimony meeting Wednesday evening at
( o'clock.
Second Church of Christ. Scientist, will
hold sendees this morning at 10:46 a. m.
In Modem Woodmen hall In the Merrlam
block, when the subject will be "MUid."
Sunday school at 11:46 a. m. Wednesday
evening testimony meeting at 7:45 o'clock.
At the Broadway Methodist church there
will be preaching services at 10:80 a. m.
and 8 p. m. In the morning the pastor.
Rev. James O'May, wilt take as the topic
Of hla sermon "Questionable Amuaement"
and In the evening hla theme will be
Jacob." Sunday school will be at noon
and Epworth league meeting at 7 p. m.
Rev. Jamea O'May, paator of Broadway
Methodist church, will preach at the open
air aervlcea In Falrmount park thla after
noon at 3 o'clock.
Swedish Lutheran church. Rev. B. N.
Glim, pastor. Servlcea at 10:30 a. m. and
p. m. Sunday school will be held at
noon, but there will be no Bible class dur
ing August.
Joseph Cohn of Brooklyn. N. T.. son of
Rev. Leopold Cohn. known aa ' the first
Jewish adherent to the' Baptist faith, will
peak both morning and evening today' at
the First Baptist church.
If you are looking forward to your sum
mer's outing you will nsed 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 plcnlo
you win want your basket filled with
"good things to eat." Sandwich, olivos,
ptckiea. cakes, cheese, fruit, a cold bottle
of ginger ale f root beer In fact McAtee
baa everything neceeaary to' All a-dainty
lunch basket and the . beat the market
met restaurant, 130 Broadway.
Real Batate Transfers.
These transfers were reported to The Bee
August II by the Title Guaranty and Trust
company of Council Bluffs:
E. E. McClure and wife to Mary
E. McClure. lot In block 11 In Stuts
man second addition to Council
Bluffs. Iowa, w. d 3 700
Heirs of J. K. Hardanbrook to Edward
A. ftlder. lot 3 In block 1 In Judson's
second addition to Neola, Iowa. w. d.
Mary L. Everett to Benjamln-Fehr
Real Estate company, lot 2 In block
86 and lots 'M and 28 In block a In
Ferry addition to Council Bluffs,
Iowa, . w.. d I
Three transfers, total
A. Metsgar Co
New Location of Wholesale Bakery,
til Mynster Street. Co. Bluffs, la.
Home-made Bread a Specialty.
Visitor Welcome.
6,800 acre goodjarra land In eastern Colo
rado, 36 per acraTand up; no Irrigation re
quired Can raise all klnda of small grain
and eorn. A few good homesteads Join
our lands. Send for printed mattes. F. C
Lougee. lit Main street. Council Bluffs, la.
'PHONES 368.
Co veil Hand Gea to Vromeat.
A. A. CovaJt and hi band Of thirty pieces
will go lo Fremont. Neb.. Tueeday for a
three days' engagement at- the Nebraska
State Firemen tournament. . - la addition
to the tournament a wmatotl reattval of
band oncer ta will bo held la the city dur
ing the three evenings. Covalt s band has
also been eegegtd for the Council Bluff
street fair and carnival for the week be
ginning September 3.
;. gloves and
Ws have the Favorite Gas Stoves in a
variety of sixes and styles. Prices from
113 60 to linn for the popular sites.
Don't buy a gas stove without first seeing
the Favorites. Paddock and Handschey
Hardware Co.
Wa pay 111. 00 per ton rorcaatlron; mixed,
tt0( per ton; stoves, 17.60; rsgs, le a lb.;
rubber, 7c; copper. Ho per lb. J. Kettle
man, 801 South Main. Both 'phone 660. -
Tell your troubles to Hsfer, the lumber
man, If they are In his line.
"A Ml duo miner Sight's Dream" to Be
Ulven at Falrmoant Park.
All arrangements for the presentation of
"A Midsummer Night's Dream" In Fair
mount park Tuesday evening for the benefit
of the Creche building fund are complete
and the members of the Associated Chari
ties are hopeful for a large patronage.
The "Horseshoe bend" has been selected
as the part of the park In whlrh the play
will be presented and It' will be roped off
srt-1 a detachment of the Dodge Light
GtiSrds will be on liand to keep the' line.
The. play will be presented with the same
accessories as In Hansrom park, Omaha,
and under the direction of Miss Fitch, al
though with a slightly different cast, which
will be as follows:
Hermia i...
Musts rdseed
....Clinton V. Hlgby
......Rodney Durkes
Dan Ulalr
Clifford Hlne
Wiley Hafor
lliixel Cook
Berntce Cloger
Fannie Dletrlck
George Baldwin Phelps
Stella Beselin
Hasel Brown
Janette Gilbert
I A) rile McAtee
Marian Jarvls
Mildred Fleming
Other fairies: Mildred Cane, Hernlce
Goebrlng, Alice Csne, Frances Goehring,
Helen Canning. Irene Wallace, Nellie
Ewall, Doris Bradly, Magdaline Klngati,
Helen Walker, Elisabeth Pare, Clara (lor
ham, Marian Turner, Gladys Elliott. Mable
Van Brunt. Lticlle Flemmlng Gladys Mo
loney. Irene Shlcketane, Marian True,
Elisabeth Qulnn, Ieontlnn Marie Louie,
Edith Monson, Laura Strlder and Mane
Quince Rodney Dtirkee
Snug, a Joiner Perle Elerdlng
Bottom, a weaver Wilson Smith
Flute, a bellows mender Eugene Royce
Snout, a tinker Allan Sayles
Starveling, a tailor James Sims
The following selection will be rendered
by the orchestra: "Jose," march; "Heart"
Desire," novelette; "Lady Teaxle," selec
tion; "Flying Arrow," Intermezzo; "Cupid-
Charm," serenade; "Love' Reverie,' wait.
Mast Go.
Thirty-one lot belonging to an old estate,
west of car house on Avenues A, B and C,
First, Second and Third avenue, fifty lot,
1100 each, on monthly payments. Wallace
Benjamin, room 1, First National bank
building. Both 'phone 303.
Did it ever occur to you why there, are
so many . "VanBrunt's Vehicles" down
around the streets of Council Bluffs? It la
because he sells nothing but the best
quality, and If there Is anything wrong
he makes It good. . That 1 worth some
thing, Isn't It?
Residents, on First Avenue Dislike
Having Street Fenced I'p.
: The executive committee, of the Commer-
'clal club, under the auspices of which the
street fair and carnival will be held this
year, yesterday decided to invite all the
fraternal and military organisations -, of
the city and surrounding town to take
part In the parade, which will mark the
opening of the carnival on Monday, Sep
tember 8. '
Some of the residents on First avenue are
not over pleased at the prospect of having
the street In front of their homes fenced
off again this year, not to mention the
annoyance from the nolse of the street fair,
'and there has been some desultory talk the
last few days of enjoining the carnival
company from occupying the streete. There
was soma similar talk last year, but the
matter waa amoothed over and It possibly
may be arranged this year without taking
the matter Into the courts. There has also
been some talk of enjoining the park' Com
missioners from permitting any portion of
Bay Una park being fenced off. Those who
are protesting contend that the park com
missioners are exceeding their authority
'n permitting the park to be shut off from
he public for a whole week.
Where Shall I Bay My Groceries?
Eagles Off for Mll-rraakee.
Attorney 8. B. Wadsworth, who la a can
didal for the position of grand worthy,
president of the Fraternal Order of Eaglea,
left laat evening for Milwaukee to attend
the meeting of the grand aerie. Mr.
Wadsworth goes with the Indorsement of
the Iowa grand aerie and he la said to
stand an excellent chance of being elected
bead of the order.
Other members of the local aerie who will
leave today for Milwaukee are: Ed. Clem
emson. Painter Knox, Wallace Benjamin,
H. A. Larson, O. C. Brown, F. B. Haun,
Ovlde Vlen. Lee Evans, H. H. Griffith,
W. H. Ware, 8. H. Conner, Jacob Rink.
B. Walton, Jack Whlttaker. Herman Kll
llan, William A. Cummins, C. Leibold.
Louis Jensen and Slack Peterson. Sev
eral will be accompanied by their wives
and other members of their families.
Closing Oat Bale on Summer Goods.
30 per cent dlacount on Gasoline Stoves,
Hammocks, Garden Hose, Ice Cream
Freezers and Water Coolers. Don't forget
we sell F.nder's Dolls r Razor.
33 and 338 Broadway.
five miles from Council Bluffs poatofflce.
well Improved. Will take a 12.000 realdence
toward It. Address D 8. Kerr. 646 Broad
way. Council Bluffs, 'phones 417 and 604
Far Imported wlnea, llquora and Bud
welaer beer go to L. Rosenfeld, wholesale
liquor dealer, 613 South Main street
All person knowing themselves to be In
debted to Duncan dt Dean or the Duncan
Shoe company are requested to call and
settle at once.
N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. 0. Night LS83.
. Plans for Ukor Dar
The Trades and Labor assembly at its
meeting Friday night decided to hold a
foreal celebration of Labor day. Mondav
September 3. No attempt will be made to
!d parade, although It Is possible th
vciaVlabor orgauiaalioiui may take v"
in the carnival and street fair parade.
The celebration, according to present plans,
will probably take the form of a picnic
and program of sports and possibly seme
speeches at lake Manama or some other
pleaeure resort.
Owner Reeds Money.
- t can sell fJ-rooin 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. Charle T. Officer. 41 Broad
way. Report on City Flntnrrn.
The report of City Auditor MOAneney for
the month of July, completed yesterday,
shows the smounts expended of the appro
priations during the first four months of
the fiscal year to be several thousand
dollar In excess of the proportion for such
time. The report, so far as (Tie general
fund Is concerned, follows:
Amt. Appro-
year. prlation. Unused.
Salaries, executive
department 3 1.531.80 110,730 $ 7.1W.30
Police and mar
shal's dept T.fW 00
StrVets and alleys. S.R17 pn
14.;4 no
it 10
ia'im'as t
Fire department.... 8.2W.8:
Flr and police
telegraph 1.226.18 2,0no
Engineer's depart
ment 1.6R9 60 4.420
Trlntlng and sup
plies 417.8 . 1.2S0
Citv pound...' 5O0 00 5nrt
Contingencies 8.IW6.73 8,46
774 82
- 832.14
"' 800.27
Totals 877.000 344.761.K
Now Is yo'ir chance for hne photos cheap;
our handsome 87.50 folder only 36.00; 36.68
folder, large sice, only 15.00, and our 36.00
gilt edge panels only 84.60 per doten; smal
ler sices half price for a shopt time only
-at Schmidt's studio, 406 Broadway.
Comings and tiolnga of People on
Mrs. F. A. Spencer is visiting relatives In
Melrose, Minn.
Miss Ada Alnsworth is home from a, so
journ at Manltou, Colo.
Mrs. Drayton W. Bushnsll will entertain
the Monday Bridge club.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Weed left Tuesday
for a visit at Bellfleld, N. D.
Mr. Mac Hanchett Is home from Chicago,
where he Is studying medicine.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Smith of Prospect street
left yesterday for Minneapolis.
Miss Mary Nlcoll of Franklin avenue la
vlKltlng friends In Blair, Neb.
Miss Ida Pippin entertained a number of
young friends Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Samuel Brown of Kenosha, Wl.,
la visiting relatives in this city.
Miss Marie Cornelius is home from a
visit at Chicago and Freeport. III.
Mr. L. M. Shubert and children are vis
iting relatives In Burlington, la.
Dr. A. C. Brown arrived home last even
ing from a fishing trop to Colorado.
Mr. and Mr. Ohio Knox of Park avenue
are visiting relatives In Hoopston, 111.
Miss Eva Baldwin loft Thursday ou a
visit to friends lh Green River, Wyo.
Mrs; Charles L. Haas and Mrs. Donald
Macrae, Jr., ,are at Central Lake, Mich.
Mrs. Charles . D. Parmalee and daughter
are home from a sojourn at Lake Okobojl.
Mrs. William Arnd and daughters, Alice
and Hazel, left yesterday for Osakls, Minn.
Mrs. I. N. Minnlck' and daughter, Mnxlne,
are home from a visit near Grafton, Neb.
Mrs. Sarrr Snyder Is entertaining her
niece, Miss Libbie Frlenden, of Fremont,
Neb. -
Mr. F. C. Rlker has gone to llorrodsburg,
Ky., for a three weeks' visit with his par
ents. Mrs. C. II. Ouren and children left
Wednesday for a visit in Blnghamton,
N. T.
Mlsa Ethel Shubert of South First street
entertained a number of friend informally
Miss Hazel Pippin entertained at dinner
Thursday evening. Covers were laid for
Miss Merta Kenher of Plattsmouth is the
guest of Mrs. L. H. Wolfe of Madison
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Mitchell arrived home
yesterday morning from a week' visit In
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bono left Wednes
day for an extended sojourn at Colorado
Springs. - ,
Miss Eleanor Brown of First avenue will
entertain the Klatter club Wednesday
Mra HetiaiA niark. 114 South First street.
has as her guest Mrs. T. C. Hare of Pitts
burg, Pa.
Mini Helen f'olev of South Sixth street
has as her guest Miss Wilson of Gothen
burg. Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin D. Hughes are home
from Lake Okobojl, where tney spent tneir
Mr. W. E. Dawson left yesterday for a
six weeks' visit at Denver and other Colo
rado points. .
Rev and Mra. S. Alexander have as their
guest Mrs. E. 11. Coddlngton of Mount
neasam, la.
Mrs. C. W. Coker is the guest of Mra.
C. W. Hicks at their summer cottage at
Lake Okobojl.
Mrs. Winifred Llndsey haa gone to
Clarlnda. Ia., on a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
w. A. Ijlndsey
Miss Packard of Ottumwa. Ia.. is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. II. A. Quinn, ot
Oakland avenue.
Mrs. Willi Short of Hazel street Is en
tertaining her sister, Mrs. Thylory Dolan
of Beatrice, Neb
Miss Marian Beattie of Glen avenue. Is
home from an extended visit with friends
near Tennant, Ia.
The Misses Elsie Kelson and Emma and
Ella Ranck are enjoying a vacation outing
at Sheridan, Wyo.
Miss Eunice Mortenson entertained at a
watermelon party Tuesday evening for Miss
Urey ot Columbus, Aio.
Mra. Har-kett of Las Veaas. N. M.. Is
the gueat of her sister, Mrs. W. Hughes
of McPherson avenue
rs. W. A. CaniDbetl ef Marion, la., wa
the gueat last week ot Mra. ti. u. watsun
of Washington avenue.
Mra. Robert Mullla has aa her guests her
nieces, the Misses Bertha. Mary and Gene
vieve Koff ot Kansas City.
Misses Marjorie and Edith Williams of
Rochester, Ind., are guests of Mrs. Mary
Williams, auo Park avenue.
Mias Jennie G. Rice and Miss' Emma
Boesche of the high school faculty lift
yesterday for a Colorado trip
Mrs. Georae Bullls of Stut3mao street
has as her guexts the Mlaxes ilsttie and
lAittie Hums of urana lsianu, rneo
Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. Brers and daughter,
Delia May, of Glen avenue, left yesterday
for a week s visit in Ht. I'uui, ounn.
Mr. und Mrs. A. W. Moore of Kansas
City are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Earl
til. Joan on ifiaet wusningion avenue.
Mrs. J. E. Hollenbeck and daughter. Mrs.
Frank Plnncy. left .Wednesday on a trip
to Colorado points ana sail ukc iiiy.
Miss Jl'esta McMullen of Emerson, la.,
waa the guest last week of her aunt, Mra.
1J. J. Whlttaker, 237 Seventeenth avenue.-
Miss Emma Moore of First avenue kit
Minday for a visit with friends and rela
tives at several points in Illinois and Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Smith, 1522 South
Seventh street, have as thslr guests Mrs.
I'.. A. GrasHlleld and daughter ot bl. Joseph,
Mrs. Anna Klnsey and Miss Dora Sheely
of New York sre guests at the home ot
their brother, Mr. ii. Unceiy ot Stutsman
Mrs. Wslter S. Slilltnan entertained the
Little Bridge club Wednesday afternoon.
Mra. E. H. Merrlam will be the hostess
this week.
Mra. J. G. Hayes. 71 S Hazel street, has
as her guests her slaters, Mrs. Lizzie Davie
of Kansas City and Mrs. Kale Thomas of
San Kianclsco.
Mrs. Parker ilolbrook of Unawu, Ia., and
niece, Mias Florence Clurk of Green Bay,
Wis., were guenta last week ot Dr. and
Mrs. A. P. lianehett.
Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Wilson of Lake
Geneva, Wis., were the guests laat week
of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. pitch of Thud
street, en route to Colorado.
Mr. and Mrs. George Gerner of Helena,
Mont., and daughter. Mrs. Charles Vinner,
are guee'.s at ti. home of their son and
brother, Mr. George Gerner, Jr., on Glen
Mr. Dudley Griffith arrived home yeater-
day from the Chicago unlveralty on a visit
10 nia parents, r.ev. and Mra. A. E. Grif
fith. Mr. Griffith will teach next year at
Park college. Mo.
The Misrea4ora Bpetman, Helen Gaines,
Beatrice llolloway. I-eona Piorce, AmanU
Burknian. Irina Smith and Ruth Wycuoff
forrifl a l.l-tur pirty riven in honor of
j .im kjuui., vi.u ia waning litre from
Jacksonville. 111., at iJke Manaw Wedne-1
(day afternoon.
irs i , mi nan nn miss riiesnor nan
are sojourning at Manltou, Colo. Mr. Harl
haa gone to Chicago to meet his daughter,
Mis Ruth, who is expected home todsy
from her European trip.
Miss Eleanor Brown of First avenue has
returned from a four months' visit In
Minneapolis, accompanied by her sister,
Mrs. Charles G. Brown of Seattle, who will
be the guest of Mrs. Clara G. Brown.
Mias Price and Miss Wirt and their
fuest. Mis. Wood of Omaha, chaperoned
y Mrs. Price and Mrs. Wirt, formed a
house party st the Hot club nmise at
Lake Manawa from Thursday to Monday.
Prof. U M. Thornmirah. vrlnolpal of the
Iaterson, N. J"., high srhool. who hsa
been the guest of I r. and Mrs. R. O,
Williamson, East Pierre street, left yester
day for a trip to Los Angeles and other
California points.
Mrs. W. F. Sapp entertained at bridge
Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. Tues
day the point prise was awarded Mis.
Wallace Shepard and the honor prise to
Mrs. o. Patterson. Thursday the point
prise was won by Mrs. W. A. Maurer.
Mlws Margaret Metcalf Tf Willow avenue
entertained at dinner Ftldsy evening for
her guests, Miss Stella Gilchrist of De
Moines, Miss Cecil Pratt and Messrs.
Ralph Shank and Clark Hall of Red Oak.
la- After dinner the party attended the
boat club dance at l.ake Manawa.
Mlsa Florence Squire entertslned at her
horns on Story street Wednesday evenipg
st a lawn partv complimentary to her
guest. Miss Donna Begole of Beatrice,
Neb. Over 10 guests were present. The
'awn was nung wiin reo. una wimr ch-l-
rlo lights. In a small pagoda on the
iruni inwn Bk iiinunv ipiirr u-iu ii'i in
one portion, while punch was served from
low oilier. ati orinenim i urniMiru niuwi
from a bower composed of palms on the
wide porch. Dainty refreshments were
served al fresco late In the evening.
Iowa Sews Xotee.
TABOR l.ast evening fire, originating
from spontaneous combustion caused by
several tons of oats and baled hay being
;lnced In the barn on E, R. Ashley s place
n North Tsbor, destroyed the barn and
contents. The loss smounts to about $400,
which is covered by Insurance.
NEWTON The coroner's Jury In the
George lloffmeler case returned ayerdlct
last night that lloffmeler had come to his
death from ''poison sdmlnlstered by his
own hand, but not with suicidal Intent."
Hoffmeler s body haa been taken to Knox
vllle for burial and there has been no ex
amination of the contents of the stomach.
BOONE While nlavlna with his father
rifle, which had leen left standing in a
corner of the kitchen, little . George Mr-
Bride shot and perhaps fatally wounded
Johnnie Itecket. a 9-year-old Son of a neigh
bor. The bullet entered the ooy s Dooy a
little above the right hip and passed clear
through the abdomen, coming out near the
cetner of the body In front.
IOWA FA LI The opinion prevail In
this district thst a nomination will be
speedily made at the senatorial conven
tion that reconvenes to break tne deadlocK,
next Wednesday. After two sessions, the
convention was unable to name a candi
date for senator on the republican ticket
and in hopes or arnving at some conclu
sion, another attempt will be made next
week at v enster city.
IOWA FALLS-The next meeting of the
Hardin County Veterans' association will
be held In Union and will continue two
days. At the reunion held In Eldora this
week, the following officers for the coming
year were elected: Colonel, I. N. Brown,
of Union; lieutenunt colonel, A. C, Harris,
of Eldora; major, C. A. Bliss, of Iowa
FBIls; chaplain, Rev, w. K. Stanley, or
Kldor. The adjutant and -quartermaster
are to be appointed by the colonel.
NEWTON LouIbo M. Lister, daughter of
a German count, has caused a sensation
here by filing a suit for divorce against her
husband, Arthur Lister, part owner ot
the Lister opera house here and advance
aaent of the Chase-Lister Theatrical com
pany, which is known in nearly every town
In Iowa. She states that her husband
treated her In a cruel and Inhuman man
ner, frequently kicking her and pulling her
hair. Mrs. Lister is prominent In social
circles here. She was formerly a teacher
In the Burlington schools.., It I said her
father was a German count who was
driven from his country' for political
Quiet Heglra of Women Over Thirty
,. Vive from Philadelphia
V. W. C. A.
By the terms of an official notice posted
lost September at the Philadelphia Toung
Women' Christian association less than a
month remains for all members more than
35 years old living at the Institution' build
ing at Eighteenth and Arch streets In which
to find other quarters.
Twelve whole months were allowed for
a quiet and dignified solution of this det
oate prpblem. - .Many former ; resident ol
the bi building, who cam tinder the bun
of years, have already gone; still others
have taken full advantage of the time
limit, and now the hegira is on In earnest.
There were never any direct personal
notices. The order was simply hung up
In a gtneral Impersonal way, as much as
to say, "This doesn't mean you, but If you
are over 35"
During the year a few of the more on
splcupusly elder occupant have folded
their tents, like the Arab, and as silently
stolen away. They didn't admit that they
couldn't put up with the meals any longer.
or thfft the wall paper In their room was
Just too dreadful to be looked at another
minute, or that the matron was such a
hateful old thing they couldn't endure
her, or that the rules and regulation of
the institution were too binding.
And there Is something In that, too. If
a girl wants to have a beau at the Toung
Women's Christian association building. It
Is said that she has to submit his photo
graph and pedigree to the board of di
rector's. If he passes inspection he may
call once every month between the hour
of 8 and 8:45, occupying one whole (hair
to himself In a brilliantly lighted parlor,
If In these congeninl surroundings the
young man were to fall Into a stupor and
stay until 8:46, it was the duty of the
matron to call time on him..
Spiteful assoclatloners have charged that
these rules are responsible for the large
number of girls who have stayed on and
on there until they were past the dead
tine. Many a lover who Is .willing to go
through fire for a girl shrinks at ice
water. '
But there are about a dozen suspect left
In the building who have as yet made no
sign of departure. They have not been
with the association thirty-five year and
consequently there is no way of proving
that they are past the age limit. New
York Herald.
A Bitter View.
I x vat t Ita funny that love stories
should invariably end with the marriage
of the hero and heroine. '"
Henpeck Why so?
Ixtvatt Because that's really only the be
ginning of their Uvea. -." -
Henpeck That may be, but, It a the end
of the love story. Philadelphia Press.
The Wise Widow.
"John said that ef ever I married again
Ida ghoBt would come back and haunt me,"
said the widow. ;
"Reckon he'll be good as hi word?"
"Not much! I've planted him too deep!"-
Atlanta Constitution.
On Ita Round. .
"Walter, do you mean to say thi Is th
steak I ordered?".
"Yes. sir." ' 1 ''"
"It looks like the same steak the gen
tleman across the table refused to eat a
few minutes ago "
"Tea, sir; we always try It three time
before we give It up, air." Philadelphia
Painful Mlaunttrrstnndlng.
"Porter." whezed the choleric old party,
who rame lumbering down the hotel atalr.
i war at 6 o'clock. "I told you to call me
at "'
"I did. air." responded the porter, "and
you anawered me, 'Go ba-a-ckl Tou f oo-oo-ool!
I'm .U-tlpI' " -.-'- 4,
.-That's the 1 way I snore, you idiot!" ex-
claimed the choleric old party, who had
missed tils train. Chicago Tribune.
Eabgtiet Arm Worker UntipecUdl
BeeeiT Bequest of 1 3, (XXX
Odd Pel I owe May Deride to Maintain
generate Hoiwee for the Aged an
the l.lttle Ones nenendent
on the Order.
tFrom Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, Aug ll-(Speclal.)-A 56.000
bequest ha dropped Into the lap of a
Ringgold county girl who waa least ex
pecting it. Miss Ethel McKlbben. who
came to De Moines some years ago and
Is now Mrs. Wesley Oarver, Is engaged In
Salvation army work her and ha Just
had placed to. her credit In one of the
local banks the sum of 85,000. Her mother.
Mrs. Minerva McKlbben, died when Ethel
was I years old. For several year she has
been engaged In Salvation army work in
this city. She la a nrtarmlng young woman
and some weeks ago fell In love and mar
ried Lieutenant Wesley Carver,-also a Sal
vation rmy worker. In the settling up
of the McKlbben estate In Ringgold county
recently the Des Moines heir to the estate
was discovered. Some farm land wa sold
and the sale gave Mra. Garver a credit of
Bids for Agricultural Hall.
Bids for the errtlon of t,he IJ6ft.onO gr1-
cultural hall at the State Agricultural col
lege at Ames were opened at Ames yester
day and referred to a committee. The low
est bidder was It. W. Schleiiter of Chlcsgo,
who bid 32X.OOO. Charles Welt A Son of
this city bid 126.621. The building Is to he
erected from funds derived from the mill
age tax and the limit which the state
legislature haa placed on the building 1
Farmers Charge Swindle.
Alexander Mullen, John Gannon and
Hugh Gannon, farmer from Valeria, la.,
have started suit in the Polk county dis
trict court against Relshus-Renur Land
company of Grand Rsptds, Minn., In .which
they charge that the Minnesota company
hss swindled them out of their farm and
some town properly iif Polk county.
Insurance Men Heard.
Charle A. Benkert and George H. Ben-
kert. solicitor of the American Life In
surance company were yesterday given a
hearing before Auditor of State Carroll on
the charge, of misrepresentation to men
living near Watklns, Ia. The hearing is
the first under the law giving the auditor
uthorlty to revoke an agent's license.
Will Begin New Departure.
Prof. George L. McKay of the Btete Col
lege ef Agricliture will shortly begin a
new departure In college extension work.
He has appointed Mr. Guthrie, a graduate
of the school, to the work. He will begin
thi summer and will work continuously
among the farmers of the state, going from
one farm to another. He will test the
milk cows to ascertain how profitable they
are. The feed given the cows will be
measured and valued and the value of the
milk secured from the cows tsken end the
farmer Informed of the profit.
Fair Rare Officials.
Secretary John C. Simpson ef the Depart
ment of - Agrlcuture today announced the
officials for the state fair races as follows:
Starter,. O. P. ITpdegraff, Topeka, Kan.;
clerk, E. A. Phillips, Maquoketa; Judges,
Parley Sheldon, Ames; L. H. Pickard,
Harlan; Reed Kendall and A. L. Denll,
Waterloo; Hal Olll. Garden Grove.
Would Have Two Homes.
B-caue the old people and the children
cannot get along well together, It I likely
that the 6dd Fellow of low will build
the home for the aged at ome other point
than at Mason City. An attempt ha been
made to maintain the oldfolk and children
together, but without success. The ten
dency of the old people is to wish to Check
the boisterous noise of. the youngster and
the' tendance of the youggaters Is to' romp
and play, which is recog1ild a)elng
necessary for their growth and Welfare.
A oommlttee of the grand lodge I - now
Investigating the matter and will visit a
330,000 club house, which a wealthy Clinton,
Ia., Odd Fellow maintains at Cammanche,
near Clinton, and which he I willing to
sell at a very low price. The matter will
be decided at the grand lodge meeting at
Dubuque, In October.-. Creaton, Colfax.
Oskaloosa, Slgourney and Centerville all
want the location of the new home.
Iaternraaa Con pa ay Completed.
The organisation of a company to build
an Interurban railway from Boone to Web
ster City, connecting with the line from
De Molne to Boone,' haa been .completed
and the new company will spend about
giOO.OOO in building and equipping the line.
The company I to be known as the Boone
Webster City Interurban Railway com
pany. The president Is E. E. Hughes, who
built 'the Davenport. Rock Island tt North
western and the Ozark 4 Cherokee rail
road. John C. Regan of. Dea Molne I
vice president, John 8. Crooks, who se
cured the right-of-way for the Newton 4
Northwestern, ia secretary, and J. H. Her
man, cashier of the First National bank
of Boone, ia treasurer.
Colorado Courts In Taagl Over Flee
tlon Case and Come Into
DENVER, Aug. U.-'-Judge John I. Mul
Una, sitting In the criminal division of the
district court today, mads an order setting
aside the writ of habaes corpus Issued yes
terday by' District Judge Peter L. Palmer,
In the case of the four men sentenced to
Jail by County Judge Ben B. Llndsey for
contempt of court In refusing to testify In
the franchise election contest, and ordered
Sheriff Nesbit to bring them Into the crim
inal court. Judge Mullln sssumes Jurlsdlc
tlon of the case under the practice of the
district court, which provide thst writ of
habeas corpus issued by civil Judge must
be made returnable In the criminal division
Judge Palmer had made the writ returna
ble before him September 11 and released
the prisoners on bonds.
The four men are: Henry L. Doherty,
president of the Denver Gas and Electric
company; George N. Ordwty, president of
the elections' committee; Fred A. Williams
and John Cook, Jr.
Northern Paelde Attorney Refuse to
Answer Question Asked hjr
Minnesota Board.
ST. PAUL. Aug. 11 Th Northern f x
cine riauroaa company placed Itself 'n
voluntary rontempt of the Railway and
Warehouae commission today.
The company, through C W. Bunn, It
attorney, absolutely refused to answer a
question concerning the rat paid by the
Chicago, Milwaukee 4 St. Paul to the
Northern. Pacific for hauling freight be
tween Duluth and Minneapolis and St.
Paul. Mr. 'Bunn said th Northern Pa
cific did net snswer because the com
pany believed th answer Immaterial
to the present Issue (th Investigation of
the Hastings-Duluth grain and coal rate).
It is understood that 'when - Attorney
General Toung return te the city the
matter will be referred to him.
Charles l.ogn Is spending thi week la
Chicago. , .
F. s. Tucker was a Rlslr visitor I couple
dsts this week.
Mlns Prudence Tracy visited Omaha
trlnda one day thla week.'
Mra M. M. Thompson was a buslnr
visitor In Omaha Saturday last.
J. A. Thlrtte is Spending a few day at
Bancroft. Neb., visiting relatives.
Miss Martha Tucker Is visiting friend
at Fremont. Neb., for a few day.
Mlsa Anna Carlson Is In Fremont tht
week visiting friends and re la Uvea.
Roy Tncker ef De Soto, Neb., Is' visiting
hla tin.He. William Tucker, for a few days.
Mlsa Mabel Leslie of Crescent, la., spent
Bundsy here Visiting Miss Cora Stmpsoa.
Miss Thomas of Sheridsn, Wo., wss the
guest of Mr. and Mra. F. S, Tucker a
couple days this week.
Mrs. Ella Smith of Fairdale.- 111.. 1 visit
ing her brother. J. H. Harvey of Florence
Height, for a few day.
Mr. and Mrs. John Stuben of Omaha
were the guests of Mr, and Mrf. Otta
Stuben funds y afternoon. -
P. H. Brlggs, former station agent here,
la now at Bancroft. Neb., taking the place
of the regular agent for a few day.
Thomae J. I Land of Perry, 1. I here
visiting his mother, Mrs. De Land, and
looking after some property .Interests.
Andrew B. Anderson, mall carrier on
route No. 1, Is taking his annual vacation.''
He Is spending a week of It In Chicago.
Miss Hulda 1'ucker returned to her horn
at Lincoln, Neb., Tuesday after visiting
relatives and friends here for a couple of
Miss Goldle Roberts of Omaha and Miss
Psulena lllller of Lincoln spent Bundsy
sfternoon here, the guest of M1s Cora
Mrs. Sophia Grossman Is In Hay Springe,
Neb., this week looking after some property
she hss there, and visiting friends, It be
ing her former home.
Prof. J. I. Mr Lane, who Waa re-electd"
principal of the Florence High sclionl,. ,
returned Saturday from Lincoln, where ft
has been attending the State university.
Mrs. John Mann and daughter are spend
ing a few days with Mr. Mann at Whiting,
la. Mr. Msnn Is In charge of a dredging
machine near there, ditching for tho
A large -retaining wall haa been built en
the west side of the high school grounds. .
Thla widen up the ground twenty feet,
which will he used aa an extension to the'
play grounda. -
Rev. McWIIIiama of Sheridan, Wyo., Wa
the eveat of Mr. and Mra. F. 8. Tucker a
few days this week, stopping off here on
his way to Canadian points. He resumed '
bis Journey Monday.
Pearson Bolln of Zaneavilla, O., I her ,
spending a few days visiting his sister,
Mrs. L. A. Taylor. Mr. Bolln and Mr.
Taylor Saturday for southern Kan
ess to visit a brother.
Warren Walker, son of Mr. and Mra. B.
II. Walker, la visiting hi parent and tak
ing a vacation. He haa been at Armour
Institute the last two -years, taking a course
In electrical engineering.
Mrs. B. E. Crouch spent Saturday and
Sunday here. Mr. Crouch la located here '
as station agent. Mrs. Crouch Is staying
The city councllmen accepted a prom
presented by Engineer Towl at the regular
meeting Monday night. Thla profile anows
the cuts and grades for Bluff street, north
of Iiavenport street, The city clerk wa '
Instructed to advertise for the moving of
about J.ooO cubic yards of dirt that will put ,
the street in gooa shape leading to the two
north bou'evarda In Florence Heights. They
have not been In very good shape and the
street has been so bad that it ha been a
dtillruit matter to get over them with auto
mobile. Weet Ambler.
Allen Faverty writes from Reno, 111., that .
he is well pleased with his newly purchased .
Miss Bessie Mnran was the guest of her'
friend, Mrs. 8. Shandy, at Hanseom Park
Judson Hlgely I convalescent from hi -serious
attack of malaria and Is able to be
out a little.
Harry Bartlett Joined his regiment under
Captain Wlig and left for camp at Fort
Riley, Kansss, Friday. -
Miss Ethel Glfford ot South Sixtieth street
wa the guest of her friend, Mies Gladys .
Ambler, over Sunday.
Mra. I-f t3ttv and latr. Mra T flvaa
entertained their sister, Mr. E. Todd, and .
Grandma Syas over Sunday.
Mrs. L. Boyer entertained her sister. Mrs.
Basoom, and daughter Miss Maud at her
home In Eckerman over Sunday.'
Mr. aiid'Mre;ToTi:n HinM , rrrr-uinrd,
their daughter from town at dinner at their
home in fc.ckernian on Wednesday.
with her parents at Hubbard. Neb., until
they get permanently located here.
Mr. and Mrs. Geores Rlakelw have been .
v'lsited by Dr. Bruce of Chicago at' their
home in East Ambler th past week. .,
Albert Faverty hag been firing a xwffcoM
engine on the Northwestern road between.
South Omaha and irvlngton the past week.
Mrs. Glvier of Monmouth Park waa the
guest of her old friends, Mra. B. F. Hert
sler and daughters, Mesdames Trimble and
Cornwell, Thursday.
Miss Leona Kindts, who has been stand
ing the last three months-with her friends,.
Mr. and Mr. K. Potter, leaves for her bmmim
at Alnsworth, Neb., this week.
Rev.- R. M. Henderson and wife joined
with their four children and families, who'
are home guests this week, in a . family
picnic at Rlvervlew park on Tuesday.
-Mrs. Laura Darling, with Henry Parks,,
wife and daughter, Miss Joeydell, left on
the . Chicago exourslon Suturuay morning
and will visit relatives In Michigan the
rest of the month. , .
- Quarterly meeting services will be held'
at the Southwest Methoaist Episcopal
church Sunday afternoon at 3:30. in the
absence of Itev. Garst, Dr. C. C. Clssell of '
Hsnscom Park church will preach. w' .
Mrs. M. Emory and daughter. Mist
Ethel, who have spnnt- the past ' moptu
with the parents of th former, Mr. and
Mrs. R. M. Henderson, returned to thsir
home in New Jersey Friday morning.
Mrs.' J. E. Aughe leaves on the Grand
Army of the Republic and Woman' Relief
corps official train over the Great Wester
railroad Monday evening for the encamp-,
ment at Minneapolis, where she goes . to
represent the state as national delegate-at-largs
at the Woman a Relief corps convent
tlon which meets there Auguat 16-17. ':.
The Ladles' Aid aoclety met at Haneoom
park Thursday for their annual picnic and
partly finished a large quilt. A fine chickea
dlnner, with dessert of Ice-cream and cake,
waa served from 1 to 3 o'clock. Fifty pro
pie were In attendance. Rev. W. D. Statu
baugh, wife and friend, . Miss Hsre and
Mrs. G. Matthews and Mr. J. Carroll and
daughters of South Omaha, Mrs. Mcllyane
and Mrs. Givler were guest ot honor. The
next meeting will be at Mr. Ormsby'd.
Nineteenth and Sprague street, August 23.'
Council of Mate with CoasultlrO
Rights Among th Reformat"'
Proralaed Peretana.
i jr,
TEHERAN, Perala, Aug. 11. The shah
ha granted the demands of the people for
reforms. Refugees who aought the pro
tection of the British legation, 'with' the'
exception of 200 who have personal. claf ma,
have left the legation, and the Mulish
who fled from Teheran are returning. '
Illuminations In honor of the new order
Of thlr
Ings have beer) ordered throughout
the cour
The reform which are announced In aa
ukaee signed by the shah and made publid
today Include the creation of a council of
state, with consultative rights, to consist
of fifty members, partly elected from, all
classes, Including the clergy, but xclud)ni
th peasant.
The shah evidently wa forced totak
this action, by th powerful combination'
of th clergy. Th capital I quieter, grid
ahops are reopening. ' ' ' . -
LONDON, Aug. ll.-A Persian official
here in an interview today said that( the
granting of a constitution to Persia w&a.
one of the effects of the Russian upheaval.
The economic distress In Persia also placed
no email part In creating the dulr, for
some measure of political freedom. .'' '
Taft to Vlelt Wcsi. r -WASHINGTON.
Aug. ll.8erretary fart;
accompanied by Brigadier General Bell,
chief of staff, will make a tour of Inspec
tion In the middle west early In the autumn'
to atudy brigade posts and the change
neceeaary to assemble troops In larger
posta, thus doing away with minor -foils.
The secretary, will. go aa far aa Feet p. A.
Russell. Wyo., and probably will visit fort
Sill, Okl.