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Office, 10 Pearl
CARNIVAL PUNS ; PROGRESS
TTaiDterr Vest and Check Up and Find
Booth! About AH Tsksa, ' ,
FJENCt TO BE. DpNE BY MIPU OF WEEK
Or I vat Pip Baroale aa 8aU
' Be SemethlBsT Entirely- New
i Likr laleas. te Valte
la Bl Parade.
"the. Street Fair and Carnival company
held an important -, meeting yesterday . to
check up On wtr that ha bean dona In
the way of . providing fot,'.lhe big event
tbat la to open September tv It was ound
that practically every detail haa been pro
vided, for. - .A. report from manufacturer!
on the bl hte fence was-to the effect
that It wotila bt completed about the mid
dle of next week and would be delivered
on the aroinjfls'jyit later than 'August 29.
Notice wa. recelVjtdfonj " the manutac-
turers ot the carnival sin saying that the i
pins were on the. way and would probably
reach'- CoWcrf Tstiiftt today.-1 : The. phi Is !
on .an, orlglaarf design, and wilt be a hand
some souvenir" oY fhe carplval. i
3$ waa 'deijtdei x6 start CMf bAlloong to
night and the first ascension will be made
from- the- roof If the ink's club at about i
s-.Vcidck.'' . -V: f ' 1
A communlWlon-was received from the '.
Central return onlorr opening negotiations
for the Wg Joint labor -and "Industrial pa
rage to te 'jield pA the. riWnlnf of Sep
tember,'. -V, , . " ,
The secretary of -.the. carnival Committee
reported that all but three of the' booths !
ha'd been" takW and juj further effort will !
! ninuo io aispnss 01 in.se as there Is
, always a. call for a half dozen booths after
the lists have been practically closed. The
beoth' diagram sTiows . that they will' be
occupied as follows:'
Booth No. 1, headquarters of the Car
nival confnao jr.. . At thsioint some member
ot the eernlval committee will lie found
at all hours- of-he afternoon and evening
and, an heretofore. It will be the admin
Booth NoJ'VllI be occupied by the
New-Nortpar.jil, company; 1
Booth No. 31 Will be occupied by the glrla
of the Flower Mission, who will sell pea
nuts and popcorn. '
Booth No. 4 has been taken by the Met
Booth No. 6 haa been assigned to B. M.
Sargent and his reliable old bear will be
ttie: first wild .beast that patrons of the
carnival will encounter on their way down
Booth No.., will glitter with the artistic
SlHiilay tlwtf, wUl be made, by the H. W.
, Letlert company..
BoQtb . I has-been secured by Joe
Jmlth a;co.' ,' ... v
Booths, Nos, ( and wUl be occupied by
the C'ltlzena'. Wna- and Electric company.
Boo ilj No.'lO has been taken by the Pio
neer Imple ment -"Company. - The company
111 use" the booth as headquarters for their
frienda, . :j, ..- .-, -
Booth No, ll has been engaged by the
Mortem IVoodmen and it will, he headauar-
lers for, then, order during the fair.
I uooin iJN,.j naa neen assigned io me
Nebraska Telephone company. This com
pany wUl muke an exhibit of all the mod
era conveniences and Appliances. In the
Booth Nos, -13 nnd 14 will be the head
9uarters,i,for' the John Beno company.
- Booth., N. i 14 4ias bem secured by the
Peregoy & Moore company,
.'.' -Booth Ko,. U ,hS'.bti. taken by W, A
Maurer. ,vt.c -.-xi'.rr. . . .,
Booths Nos. IS and 19 have been taken by
M. !.. Vn Brunt.
Sooth-No; ; at the northeast comer of
First avenue eiyl Sixth street, will be In
chnr'ge 6f lhAacatd Charities, ;
Booth No. 21 has been- assigned to a
catrrur who will fumlKh sandwiches and
Other 'refreshments -durln the- t-arnlvat-
llooth Noi bas,be?n taken by the
Qrocers' ana Butchers association, to be
used as they deem. -best' to advertise their
jrganisHtlon and what It represents.
Booth No. 23 will be In charge of the
rrlrtfiy. rhureh women. - - ..
Booths No. U and 25 have been taken
ay the Christian Endeavorers. who will
Ifillxe It to the advuntuge of their organisa
Jon. '; ; - ' - - '
, Booth No, K Avilt be made, attractive and
aiusli-al by ,Mr; Bourtclus.
Boothsos. 'it,- 28 and 29 tiave been sat
tslde fof ' the eacluslve- occupancy of that
kiBtly ruinous , emporium, known as the
J'Kentry" store. .
1 Booth No. 80 has been Uken by the Coun
cil Bluff- Qcnera! hospital and will be fur
nished like a model hospital room.
, Booth No. 81 will be of especial construc
tion and built with reference to the ac
commodation of the "big bat." - -r
Booth No. U baa been taken by Koaenfeld
k Co., the house furnishers. . ,
Booth No. 83 will be occupied by models
bf the Meyer's Iceless refrigerators.
Booth Wo.- 84' has been assigned to the
Kretchmer Manufacturing company, where
that conoern will exhibit an Interesting
variety of bee supplies.
: Booth-Jeo SS wlU.be-the headquarter! of
CENTRAL GROCERY AND
BOTH PHONES 24.
y 2 " A rW OF OUR SATURDAY SPECIALS:
Rex Br.eakfaat Bacon. f It
per lb. 1JC
per lb .aC
.JMlana,; :-. :. .
jier lb.. v. . ,y ...... . V
Radre4 tr4, '-'25 C
Leaf L&rdr . -., 1 f(
- Fresh.' Drees ed ' . .1
Chickens, par lb. . . . .lasC
- Our machine aHced Dried Beef, Bacofl nd Boiled Ham costs no
rrtore than those cut' some time ago that Is stle and unpalatable.
Oar meat Is cut the day you buy It and cut thin aa a wafer. -
tr'y otfR Central flour,
r per sack .-. ,..
v v . tj
'V ' " - "utL"
. 1, .... , - a n - - .. ... . i !! i
Any, fatent Flour.' per sack $1.05
Granulated Cane Sugar, SO lbs.
for. . , . r . . . ..v. ; .ixo
Fancy Potatoes, per bushel . . . 50c
Besf 20e Coffee, per lb.'. . . .13He
Swetjt Water Melons, each. . . . J5c
Fancy 'Bananas, per dot. 10c
Half bushel baske Tomatoes 15c
Any .Laundry Soap,- 10 bars.. 25c
One lb. package Currants,, ..7 H
Bolh Phones 499.' :
e; V -1
r e. - t - -
:.. '... mt:- :t
St. Tel. 49.
John R. Long, painter, paper hanger and
Booth No. M will again be occupied by
C. Gelse tk Son.
Booth No. 87 will be occupied by the
New York Plumbing company.
Booths Nes. 88 and 39 will be occupied by
the ladles' Aid society, and booths Nos.
40, 41 and 41 have again been taken by the
firm of Petersen Hchoenlng.
Booth No. 48 has been taken by the West
ern Iowa college. '
Booths Nos. 44 and 46 wilt be occupied by
the Are department.
Booths Nos 4H, 47 and 48 have been re
tained by the carnival company In which
to display te grand prises that will be
offered during the fair.
Booths Nos. 4 and 60 will be occupied
by the exhibit Of the Council Bluffs Qrape
Booth No. 61 haa been taken by the Inde
pendent Telephone company, where It will
make an exhibit of modern methods and
appliances In telephoning.
Booth No. 58 has been aecured by the
Alfalfa Meal company.
Booths Nos. 63 and 64 will be taken by
J. F. Wilcox for an artistic floral display.
Booths Nos. 65 and 56 will contain con
cession of the Japahese ball game . and
ruby glass engravers.
Booth No. 57 will he occupied -by the
Council Bluffs Commsrcial club.
This leaves only three booths unoccu
pied. While the different attractions of Par
ker's famous white city on wheels have
no been assigned their places on the
grounds. In all probability . "Beautiful Bag
dad": will- be located on the Woodbury lots
at the corner of First avenue and Sev
enth street. . Thla attraction Is a .bla", show
In Itself. The tent has a dapacity of 1.800
people; the stage Is thirty-two feet wide
and twenty feet deep, and forty people are
In the cast.
Matters In District Court.
In the district court yesterday Mrs. Julia
F. Burnett brought suit against John
Under, a wholesale liquor dealer, to re-'
cover damages placed at 10,W0 for the al
leged sale bf liquor to Iter husband. Ac
cording to the petition the husband of the
plaintiff, who la a carpenter by' trade,
earned 82.500 a year and had succeeded In
accumulating property valued at over
J10.000 when In 1904 and 1905 he lost all
through his Indulgence In strong liquor
which the defendant Is alleged to have sup
plied him with.
Etta Gilbert has brought suit against the
street railway company to recover dam
ages placed at 81.000 for Injuries alleged to
have been received while alighting from a
motor at Broadway and Seventh streets on
May 6 of last year.
Viola Rablln seeks a divorce from William
Rablln. to whom she was married In Omaha
on March 6, 1906. She accuses her husband
with cruel and Inhuman treatment and ha
bitual drunkenness. In addition to the di
vorce she asks the custody of their minor
child and such other relief as the court may
decide she is entitled to.
Mary Margaret Hooker filed original no
tice of suit for divorce from Frederick
C. Hooker, alleging cruel and Inhuman
treatment, the particulars of. which will
appear in the petition to be filed today.
Henry A. Schuh began suit to enjoin
Ira S. Wllklns from re-engaging In the pool
mom business.' The plaintiff states tie
purchased a pool room from Wllklns at
713 West Broadway and that Wllklns has
reopened a few doors, away In a similar
business contrary to agreement. Judge
Wheeler . yesterday lasued a temporary In
junction against Wllklns. .-
' Bird & Smith are plalritiffs In a suit filed
yesterday against the real estate firm of
Squire oe'Annls of this city In. which they
seek ,;V . recover 12,800 alleged to be due
them as commission on the- sale of cer
tain real estate. In 'a second, suit Bird
& Smith ask judgment agaliist, ,A. D. Annls
Individually for I94H.64 for money alleged to
hnve been, paid putljy them at, Annie' jre
qtiest and order.' '" - --
, J- Bey'iRHspet rtrora Officer.
W. LV Kuser, assistant superintendent of
the stats Industrial school at Eldora, ar
rived In Council Bluffs Wednesday to take
back to the institution John Hatfield, alias
John' Goff, who escaped from the school
last April., but he returned home last even
ing without the . youth. . Yaung Goff,
which Is said to be the boy's right name,
waa turned over to Mr. Kuser shortly after
8 o'clock Wednesday evening. As the
young fellow expressed a wish to change
his clothes before being taken away Mr.
Kuser took him to "the home of his mother,
Mrs. Sylvia Hatfield, 16 First avenue.
Once Inside the house-the boy made a
dash for the upstairs and Jumped out, of
a second story window. In the confusion
that followed young Goff succeeded In mak
ing his escape and despite 'the" efforts of
Large Fancy Watermelons f
each JOc aad. 17C
' SO lbs
Extra Fancy ppjaa. ,
. per peek. ...... .-'
per lb. ...,,. AH V
Evergreen Sugar Corn,
' per dos i
One lb. package Raisins, . . . 7Je
Ginger Snaps, per lb .5c
Any Crackers, per lb. , .5c
Good Japan Rice, per lb. ..... :5e
Sweet Cookies, 3 lbs .sac
S lbs. good Lard .......... .25c
Sngar cured Bacon, per lb.. . 18 He
Uneeda BlsoulU, 3 pkgs. . .. . ,10c
Ground Pepper, per lb. .. . .lSHe
Syrup, per gallon ,80c
the police had not been recaptured up to
last nbfht: ' ' '
Mrs. Hatfield was much aggrieved over
the rapture of her son by the police
Wednesday. She said he was SO years of
age and since his escape from Eldora
he had been a good boy and worked steadily
as his employer would testify. She dented
that he had been going under an assumed
name as Qoff was hie light name, his
father having died eighteen years ago 'In
Chamberlain, 8. D.
COSVEJITIO OF LITHER I.EAOIB
Klae Ckarekes Represented
The fifth annual convention
Stanton District Luther league
Swedish Lutheran church, will open this
afternoon at Immanuel church, corner of
Seventh and Mill streets and last over
Sunday. Nine churches located at Council
Bluffs, Red Oak, Stanton, Creston, Fre
mont, Bethesda, Bssex, Shenandoah and
Tabor, comprise the district and about
eighty delegates are expected to be In at
tendance at the convention.
Rev. B. N. Qllm, pastor of the local
church, will deliver the "address of. welcome
at the opening session this afternoon and
Rev. F. V. Hanson of Red Oak will make
the response. This evening there will be
a miscellaneous program and the con
vention will close Bunday evening with a
sacred concert. ' ' ".''
This Is the program:
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, 8 O'CLOCK.
Speech of Welcome Re. ' B. -' N. Oltm,
Response Rev. F.. V. Hanson, Red, Oak..
Piano Solo Edna Anderson, Stanton.
SATURDAY EVENING; 8 O'CLOCK. ;.
, Recitation Victoria Hildur, Tabor. .i
Choir Red Oak. -
Select Reading Josle Nelson, Council
Reading Agnes Samuelson. Bhensndosh.
Ladles' Quartet Elisabeth BJorkgren,
Anna Veak, Gertrude Veak, Anna Ander
Declamation Halite Johnson, Creston.
Recitation Laura Olson, Stanton.
Aldress Rev. P. M. Ltndberg. Omaha.
Plan-o Solo Rev. B. N. Glim, Council
THE MOST UP-TO-DAT -RESTAURANT
IN COUNCIL BLUFFS. GOOD SER.
VICE AND HOME COOKING. The Calu
met restaurant, 620 Broadway.
The Title Guaranty and Trust company,
abstracters of titles. Books date back to
1S53. Books are all up to date. Work ac
curately and promptly done at lowest
prices. Office opposite court house, 233 pearl
street, Council Bluffs, la.
Have your rooms papered and your house
painted In and outside. This Is just the
time of the year. You will get it done
right and at the right price,
South Main St.
Democratic Primaries Called.
The democrats will hold precinct pri
maries this evening at 8 o'clock In the
several wards of the city to select dele
gates to attend the county convention to
be held at Mlnden next Friday, at which
time a county ticket will'be plabed In
nomination and the county central com
The places for holding the primaries and
the number of delegates alotted each pre
cinct are as follows:
First Ward First precinct, five deegatea,
First Ward Second precinct, nve aele-
gatea, William Gall's blacksmith shop
Second Warri First precinct, nve ae
gates, city building. ' - ' ; -.'-..
Second Ward Second precinct, four del
egate. L. F. ServlssV store
Third Warn First precinct. .. lour, aeie-
gates, Hotel Martens. , ...
Third Ward Second precinct, -four dele
gates, No. 1 hose1 house. ' '
Fourrn wara-First precinct, tout aeie-
gates. Farmers' hall, ..coynty houaa.,.
Fourth wara-etecona precinct, tnree aei-
egates, Emm el htus, StaXeeifui avenue
and Slth street.-- , . ... .
Finn, wara-tFjrst precinct, six, qeiegaies,
county building, corner Fifth avenue and
Twelfth street '
Fifth Ward Second' precinct,' four dele
gates, county bulldlQgv 'Dixtesntho avenue
and Fourteenth street.
Sixth Ward First precinct nve delegates.
county . building, corner . Avenue v B and
Blxtn wara Becona precinct, two aeie-
gates, corner Fifth and Locust streets.
The announcement that Claude R. Por
ter, the democratic nominee for governor,
would bsrpresent at the convention In Mln
den and make an address appears to have
been somewhat premature. J. J, Hughes,
chairman 'of the ' dty "central committee
and member of the state commutes, from
the Ninth district,' received yesterday a
letter from Mr. Porter In which he states
that he will be unable to attend the con
vention, as he had already promised to
deliver an address ' at Farragut. on' that
day. It Is also suggested that Mr. Por
ter does not desire to make any political
addresses In advance of the opening of
the campaign proper.
NEW LOCATION, - W
Cloalaa- Oat Sale ea Summer Goods.
20 per cent dlsoount on Gasoline Stoves,
Hammocks, Garden Hose, Ice Cream
Freesers and Water Cooler. . Don't forget
,we sell Ender's Dollar Razor.'
SWAINE A MAUER,
SM and 838 Broadway.
A. Metscar Co.
New Location of Wholesale Bakery.
516 Mynster Street, Co. Bluffs. Ia.,
Home-made Bread a . Specialty..
CENTRAL. FLOUR -1U. , Every sack
warranted. Central Grocery and Meat Mar
ket. Both 'phones 24...
Stolesnaa Boy to ale Tots, Sehsel. .
'Ckarlle Celeman, the lVyear-ia bey who
with an snaha lad aamed Kelly pre-saspted
Mrs. Anton Florl's horse and -phaeton and
dTOve to Crescent where they - were' cap'.
tured, was ordered committed to -the 'In
dustrial school at Eldora. yesterday v-by
Judge Wheeler. .The .boy, despite his
youth, has'. been la. miichlet. a- number of
times before. His father Is- dead and his
mother had. married again. The boy, an
I haul 4ea4 animals, U N per head.
Garbage, aenas, manure and all rub
bish; cleaa vaults-and cesstKwla. All
work done Is guaranteed
Ce4ls prompliy attended te . .
'Phone,- Re4 Wl '
' J. H. SHERkOGK
gj The Only Perfect H
I - DOUBLE VISION LENS. .
I COME IN AND 8EB THEM. R
I ' . EXPERT OPTICIANS. I
- 400 Broadway. - - II
DAILY UKE: SATURDAY,
espeelally bright, and good looking lad.
bdhst Into tears when he learned he was
to be sent to Eldora, -but when -told he
would wear a uniform like a soldier there
he wiped away the tears and appeared
quite contented and happy.
Thomas Row bet ham, the lad ordered sent
to Eldora 'Wednesday, baa been given an
other opportunity to behave himself. The
boy's mother pleaded with the court and
Judge Wheeler decided' to give the lad an
other chance. -
N. T. Plumbing Co. let. SA. Night UN.
Owner Needs 9foaer.
I can sell l-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. d. Charles T. Officer, 413 Broad
way. All persons knowing themselves to be in.
debted to Duncan 4k Dean or the Duncan
Shoe company are requested to call and
settle at once.
We are agents for the best wheel chairs
for Invalids. C. E. Alexander, 331 'B'way.
Where Shall I Tiny Mr Groceries f -
WB ANSWER THIS QUESTION, FIRST
WHERE PRICES ARE RIOHT, SEC
OND, WHERE THE GOODS ARE FRESH
AND FIRST CLASS. THIRD, WHKRS
f OU WILL RECEIVE COURTEOUS AND
HONE6T TREATMENT. WE FtTLLFIL'
THE ABOVE REQUIREMENTS IN EV
ERT RESPECT. GIVE US A TRIAL OR
DER AND WE ARE SURE TOU "WILL
BE OUn REGULAR CUSTOMER. JOHN
OLSON. 789 W. BROADWAY. .
- Aadttora Annoance Proa-ram.
The program for the convention of the
State Association ot County Auditors, to
be held In this city August 21, 21 and li,
at the game, time as the conventions of
the state associations of county super
visors, treasurers, recorders and lerka
of the district court, has been Issued by
Secretary E. A. Larson of Red Oak. Liki
the other associations the auditors will
make their headquarters at tho Grand
hotel. This Is the program:
TUESDAY. AUGUST 21 AFTERNOON.
Convention will be called to order by
President Dai ley.
President's address. ' .
Enrollment of new members and collec
tion of annual dues.
Report of ofneers
Report of committees.'
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22 FORENOON.
Discussion of new laws passed by the
last general assembly In so far as they
pertain to the work and duty of the
county auditors, led by Auditors A. H.
Lawrence, Muscatine county, and W. K.
Hamilton of Guthrie county.
Paper on Address Subject: Assess
ment and classification of taxable prop
erty and the relative value of taxable
property as compared with the real
value. Auditor W. E. McLeland, Marshall
THURSDAY. AUGUST 23 FORENOON.
Uniformity of records and blanks. Au
ditor Lew Burnett, Polk county.
Election of officers.
If you are looking torwara to your sum
mer's outing you will need a few va
cation necessities; If you sre going camp
ing with a small party you will want
few -delicacies; if you are going to a plcnlo
yon ' will want your basket filled with
'good, things to eat.",'' Sandwiches, olives.
pickles, cakes, cheese, fruits, a cold bottle
of ginger ale or root beer In fact MoAtee
has, everything. hecessary" to nil a -dainty
lunch., basket and the. , -best the market
affords. - -
VT. fj"" aa d. Ranees.
We, have the Favorite OaaStOvee In a
variety-of sizes and styles..- Prices from
W,00 for ithrpQj6ufe't--sise. . , v
wuu vti? m "I" nwin?ii nrsi, seeing
the Favorites. PaddooM "ad -Handschey
Hardware Co.;; ' . ,f ,
dpEEN AND NORFOLK , FURNACES
GIVE THE BEST SATISFACTION.- ABJ
PEOPLE THAT USE THEM: THEY WIIJ,
TElyL'; "yOU . WHAT TWET: ARB.' F. A.
BPEKCER.. ISa Broadway, . ' ,
Ranaway Boys Captured. .
Bruno Simroth and Fried Traulsen, two
runaway boys from the orphan asylum at
Fremont, Neb., were picked up In this city
yesterday morning by- Officer Crum.,; The
boys bad been on the otyd since Saturday
last and were In' a , ragged and pitiable
condition. - ' ' "- "
The Traulsen boy Is the. son of a. barber
who. formerly owned a shop on Broadway
and lived neighbor-to Judge Wheeler. The
father went to Washington after his wife's
death. Intending,- It Is said.- to send for his
family later. He Is said to have become
insane and Is now In an asylum In the
west somewhere. Freddie was plaecd In the
caYe of an aunt In Omaha, but eventually
found his way to the orphan asylum In
Fremont. ' -i -
When the boys were brought before Judge
Wheeler yesterday morning young . Traul
sen Instantly recognized the judge as the
latter did the boy. .' .
f'WelL Ffreddie, have , you found any
place you like better than Fremont since
you ran away?" asked Judge Wheeler of
the lad. '"'''..
"I'd like awfuily to go back to that house
next yours; that was a good place to live,"
sobbed the youngster.'
The boy's tears touched. a soft spot In
the- judge's heart and he took the little
ragged lad home with him to lunoh and see
what could be done for him. , No dispo
sition will be made, of the. boys uutll the
suthorlties ot the Fremont home are heard
Everything of enduring quality must have
a deep, solid feundation; r. A large part of
every successful business' man. must be
spent In preparation- . The success, of "Van
Brunt. vehicles" Is set the result of luck
or1 accident, but the product ef hard and
conscientious effort extending over' wenty
Ive years.. . Call at my repository, II to
'Fourth street. .,...
r ' A FINE 80-ACRK FARM .' ' V
five miles from Council ' Bluffs poptofflce,
Veil Improved. Will take 4 12.000 residence
toward it. .' Address D. 8. Ksrr. MS Broad
way, Council . Bluffs. 'Phones i? and tot
Red. ' ' k .' '
- (,300 acres good farm land la eastern Colo,
redo, S per acre and up; no Irrigation re
quired-. Can raise all kinds of small grain
and corn. A . few good homestead join
our lands. Bend for printed matter F. C
Lougee, 124 Main street. Council Bluffs, la.
For- Imported wines, liquors and Bud
welscr beer go to L. Rossnfeld. -wholesale
liquor dealsr, fit South Main street
NEW LOCATION. M
Stockty-t sells carpets.
Fine engraving at LefTert's. 1
Ed Rogers' Tony Faust beer.
Plumbing and heating, BlKby Bon.
Souvenir postals. Alexander's. 333 B'way
Woodring Undertaking connany. Tel. Sat.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone T.
Buy your building material from C. Hafer.
Big stock and little prices.
DIAMONDS AS AN INVESTMENT.
TALK TO LEFFERT ABOUT IT.
Xleorga Hoagland haa the Kansas Shall
Brick. All hard brick. Get his prices.
Sea Stephen Bros, for fire brick and fire
clay, sewer pipe, fittings and garden hose.
Miss. Anna Nelson, 1H . Washington ave
nue, who waa recently before tUe oommls
eioiers for the Insane snd Disced In charae
j'.ot her guardian, li. Q. McCice, was y rater-
AUGUST 19, 190G.
SjTT-.T . . ?"7wv-
day sent to.SL Bernard's hospital. Mine
Nelson is said to1 have made threats nltnlnsV
the children of a woman who occupied
a portion of her house. ,
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. K M. Overmyef,,'
2311 South Seventh avenue, yesterday morn
ing, a son.
8RICTLY CASH FOR ALL SHOM AT
DUNCAN A DEAN 8 GREAT CLOSING
OUT SHOE SALE,
A marriage license was Issued yesterday
to C. P. Ureen, aged 82, of Omaha and
Sophia Nleman, aged 40. of, Minneapolis.
For Sale Fine, wide shell phaeton: will
trede with t-seated runabout, paving the
difference. 335 Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
GET YOUR GIBSON PICTURES
FRAMED WITH BEAUTIFUL FRAMES;
SS TO 60 CENTS. BORWICK, 211 SO.
I pay 112 per ton for cast Iron; mixed,
llfl; stove, ; rags, l"4c per lb.; rubber,
7c: copper, ltc per lh. J. Katelman, .
Main, both 'phones 660.
We wholesale Ice cream. Shipped to any
part of the stste. Special prices to the re
tail trade. I. Muccl. 218 West Broadway,
Council Bluffs, la. Tel. 801.
When the Board of Education mcets"next
Tuesday It will be called upon to elect
four teachers to fill vacnnles which have
occurred since the board met in July.
We have the finest line of sample monu
ments to select from in the west. Bhecley
ft Lane Marble and Granite Work, 217
East Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
Fall opening Western Iowa college, 'Mer
Viam block. Council Bluffs, la., Monday,
August 27. English, Normal, Bookkeeping
and Shorthand departments. Send for new
catalogue. Both phones.
C. F. Fox til Dcs Moines, superintend
ent of the Eighth district of the western
division of the Tostal Telegraph ron,
pany, was In the city yesterday on a tour
of inspection of the offices under his Juris
OWING TO THE LARGE CROWDS
THAT ARE ATTENDING OUR SALE
DURING THE DAY WE HAVE DK
CIDED TO KEEP OPEN UNTIL NINE
O'CLOCK EACH EVENING HEREAF
TER. DUNCAN & DEAN, 23 MAIN ST.
The following Iced drinks and Ic? cream
will be served all this. Week at . the Clark
Drug company's; Mfldjn, frozen phoHphate,
Siberian flip, eldorado sundae, tropical sun
dae. Carmenplte kiss, southern beauty,
American sundae and Greenland Iceberg. .
Doug. McClelland, who recently returned
from the state hospital' for Inebriates .Bt
Knoxvllle, was arrested late Thursday
night for brutally assaulting his aged
father end mother at their home,' Six
teenth avenue and Eighth street. His
hearing In police court yesterday was con
tinued to Monday.. -
Frank Kopora filed yesterday In' the
court of Justice Gardiner an Information
charging his brothers-in-law, Jny and
John Prendergast. with assaulting him.
The charge was the result of a family
row at the home, of Mrs. Anna Prender-
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That's a good start toward pleasure and profitabje
vacation. Whether you are going to the seashore re'
sorts of the Atlantic, to the White Mountains of Nawv ;
eise,iiiasi;,pr torsuropo,your iicKcisnuuiu reau viu wiu'j
. Extremely low rotind trip rates in effect daily? .
until September 30 to Canadian points and Western -
New York, and to many New England points on :
August 8, 22, September 5 and 19. -;.
Throe Trains Daily to Chicago .
Leave Union Station, Omaha, . . 7:55 a. m., 5:45 p. m., 8:35 p. m. ' 1
Leave Main St. Depot, Co. Bluffs, 8:20 a. m., 6:10 p. m 9:00 p. ,
Arrive Union Station, Chicago, . . 9:30 p. m 8:35 a. a, 9:25 a. mw
when Kopora, It Is
said, wss badly beaten by his brothers-in-law.
Henry Green, who was before the com
missioners on Insanity yesterday morn
ing, was discharged. It being shown thst
his queer sctlons, which led to hit! arrest
early yesterday morning, were due to his
being affected by the heat. Green wss
picked up on a country road near the
city on complaint of some farmers, who
Judged from his strange actions that he
Mrs. Mary L. Anderson, widow of Will
lam P. Anderson, died yesterday after
noon at the home of her son, C E. Ander
son, 1410 Fslrmount avenue, aged 77 years.
Besides the eon, with whom she made her
home, Mra. Anderson has three sons 11.
A. Anderson of Hnrrls, ' Colo. ', Ralph F.
Anderson of Pittsburg. Pa., and C. W.
Reed of Omaha. Ieceased was born In
Wilkesbsrre, Pa., February 17, 1K3. She
came to Iowa In 1SW and had been a resi
dent of Council Bluffs for ten years. The
funeral, will he held this afternoon at 2
o'clock from St. Francis Xavlcr's church
gast Thursday night.
Carload Georgia Watermelons
Just received, extra large, special for Saturday i f fi
only, each, 15c and
t- . . , AH Melons iinrnntH'd. - f, ,. ,. .
... - , .- t i
Ivxtra fancy larjro Basket Poaches, per basket. . . .;vci . 4 . , i.2Ae
Kxtra fancy Home-Grown Qrnpes, per fl-pound bucket. v. . . .2Ac.
Kxtra fancy Home-Grown Grapes, per 4-pouud buwktit. . . S60
Tomatoes, bushel basket IHc
Kxtra fine large Sweet rotatora, n ponnds, 10c; .'or per peck.'. . . .ajJ
Sugar, 20 lbs .$1.00
Beat WlscpnslA. Cream or Urlcs;
. CheeBC, per lb. .. ..iric
Extra, fine large Potatoes, per
bushel ............... ... HOc
Extra' line large Spring Chickens.
each ; 80c
Extra fine Country Butter, per
Jb. . . ' .aoc
Extra fine large Cooking Apples,
per peck 10c
Glen Avenue Grocery
Adirondacks of New York, or ariy whro 1 ::
1524 FARM AM OTREET, OMAHA. V ,
i 25 PEARL. OT., COUNCIL OLULPO, IA.
NASH I General Western Agents
and Interment will bo In 8i, Joseph ceuis-
tery.- . ', f , ". f
Twrt women of the town, giving tfia'
nnmes of May and Minnie Reed, and their
escort, Harry Whlttaker, were arreeted
shortly before midnight St 'the Manhattan
restaurant, where, it wss ssld, they were
drinking. The girls were released on 110
bonds and Whlttaker Is to, have a hearing
In police court this morning- on a charge
of vsgrsncy. Since the ralj.on the, Man
hattan by Mayor Macrae Cfilef of Police
Richmond gave orders to the pollcfto ar
rest all women found lit the "restaurant
at night. "
aii Francisco Bank Cleartoa's '
SAN FRANCISCO." Aug. lf.-The. ' bank;
clearings of San Franchisee, show much
activity during the Isst Week. The In
creeee over last year wss I per cent and
the totals were well above the ItAOOft.OuO
mark. For the week - ending Thursday
noon, August IS. 190. the clearings were
14.1.914.147 M, as sgalhst l4044S.swa.50 for the
same week of l-5. The Increase la S,7t4,
All Patent Flour, per sack. 91.07 K .
Extra fancy 'Sao Tickles, ' peYA
dos. -Be .
H -gallon site, per dos. . .'. '. .' .tac
1-quart site, per do. . , . , ., .68c
1-plnt size, per do. . . .... . ...45c
Jelly Glasses, per dos. .iSAe
Celery, Sweet Corn," Roekyford
Melons, all kinds' of frulU and ;
Vegetables at lowest prices. h
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