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TTTB -OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY. AUGUST 24,
POSITION wsnted by, axperlenoed rin(
ihhv hnueekeeper; can five reference.
Q'l 66. ca re Bet. A, M27 2
PERSONAL , , '
WITHOUT AN OPERATION ALL kinds
f piles cured internal, external, blind,
bleeding or Itching plica.- : A guarantee
given In evary re treated bjr Dr. Mas
well, who ts bad -twenty-five ri' ex
rerlvnce In treating plU-e. Hundreds of
testimonials siren on application. 6M Bee
Lid., Umoliii We. Phone Doualaa J44.
ai U M174 Agil
ANY POOItaiWi In need of a friend call
or write to the matron ol the Salvation
Army llonw for" Women at, 3824 N. 24: B
fit., OTish. Neb: U M10
Trtr kelli j Laundry.
."R. ROT, Chiropody, R, 8 8. 1606 Farn m.
PRIVATE confinement home: Mra Dr.
Klos. 201S uat 8L Tel. Doug. Z6it.
Jjeiii ami Cleaning, Sponging and Shrink
ing, ouly 6c. per yard. Band fur price Uit
OOLDMAN PLEATING CO.,
iO0 Douglas Hn-dL. Tel. Douglas ISM.
CIT X 6 TEAM.
Tel. Doug. 264.
211 8. lltb Bt.
PRIVATE hoirie during confinement. Mra.
Uardeli. Hit Charles. Tel. Doug. 8311.
NOTICE All persona are warned against
giving credit to my wife, Nettle Moore.
a I will not be. responsible for any au
counta contracted by her. C. F. Moor.
602 Pierce Bt, U M3J3 24
THB Salvation Army solicits cast-off,
clothing; In fact, anything you do nut
need. We collect, repair and sell, at 114
N. 11th. 6U, tor coat -of collecting to the
worthy poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 413 And
wagon will call. ' U H
FREE medical and -surgical treatment ni
Crelgbtoa Medical College, 14th and
Davenport ' fcls. Special attention paid
to confinement cases. All treatment su
pervised by college prolessor. 'Pbone
Doug. li7. Call answered day or n'u
THB City Garbage Co --Office. 14th and
Leaveoworlo, cits. Tel. DougU. DS7.
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
biea adopted. The Uood Samaritan San
itarium. 728 Flrat Avs.. Council Bluff,
la. Tel, J74. : , U-822
SURVEYING, Blickanadarter, SU Bee Bids.
... . ;.. . . U-770
OMAUA, BUunmrrM Institute, Barnes Bldg.
t- U 771
SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mall; cut
prlcea. Bend for free catalogue. Myeri
Dillon Drug Co., , Omaha. U 77ii
WE3 RENT sewing machines at U per
week; we -aell acond-band machines fi
up. Nebraska Cycle Co., coauer 15th and
Harney. .Teh Douglas itfi.. . . U 771.
PRS. VOOEL, private hospital for women
and (of Jndlea before and during confine
ments . Ul &. Uth Bt.. Omaha, Neb.
x . . U-MV70 S17
ARCHITECT O. I Brollne. Ill Bee Bldg.
ACOKN PKESS rMa,
tHOUU) BLANCH ARD'8 ECZEMA LO
TION not glvi speedy or aatiefactonr re
ulte, notify Prof. I.- Bianchard, akin
pec)a.nst. ' Minneapolis, Minn. Whole
Balers' aupply all uAiggleta. -
. - ' . . " , U-MOOBlOx
JUAUIN.X IV Smith! 118 N. ifc M floor
U M8S1 814s
BE8T nerve bracer for men. . "arny'a Nerve
Food lJllle V-l, lo, poetpaid. boerman s,
McConneil Cra . C'Jv,- Omaha.
DR. PK1E3, epoc'iai'it, women's Mlseasea
weuknessea, tUschargea, irregularities,
curea patnleaiy and aafely, Wlthnell
block. lLtti and llarney, room & Omaha.
PILES Mast' Obstinate
tiymmea .Pile Remedy,
box 87 2. Cincinnati, 0,
By iiiall 60c.
WANTEDTO . BORROW
VANTi;l)-To borrow . I jOQ or 11,000 home
money on ample, well rented residence
nrouurty In Bouth Omaha, at 7 per cent.
Addres.;N-" Bee..- .. V-7
I.VNnSTAn Htrh Grade 1807 Calendars.
,nnn " b.'S. oorner lMh St. and
ul rfudve. capital AveC 741
WE HAVE i hew pres-rio )ob too large
or uo-amau. central unrintlng to.
t,. , soo Sept 16
BUT plumbing auppllaa direct. Wholesale
prices, fcava on very article.-Only BrsU
olaaa goods . handled. Prompt attention
to avery order, Bead for catalogue.. B. 9.
Karoi. rr uaxrison bu cnicago, in.
n JOHNSON- Institute, ill N. I, L Tol.
Douar. jea. . . . 7SI
DR. W. W. BOWSER, over 1600 Famam,
Tel. tong.-S70. MS6& 622
Breat Weatarn -Orknlta Oe. Douplss tkl:
- - - 7U4 Au:
L- HENDERSON. l&LI Farnam. Tet Dong.
LAW & COLLECTIONS
J. M. MacfarUnd, 0 N. T, U Bldg. TeU
Doug- ; : . -TK
- . MADAME BUDDHA,
LBADINO PALMIST OF OMAHA.
Eventful and truthful predictions given.
(.all ill et. lata eui vcp. Boston mors.
W Wen You ; Write, to
V; ; Advertisers -
iwxnber It only takes an extra stroks ot
two of trae pan to meatioa the fact that yoa
saw Abe ad. la The Baa. .
' GOVERNMENT NOTICES
-PROPOSALS'- FOR CLOTHINO AND
equipage: - Depot quartermaster's office.
Third and Olive streets. St. Louis, Mo.,
Auruat 28, It i. Sealed . proposals. In
trlpiloaAa, subject to usual conditions, will
be received hera until 18 o'clock noon. Sep
lember 11. lie., and then opened for f ur
ulshlug and delivering at, the St. Louis de-pot
of the quartrpiastr's denarUnent, United
Btatea araiy 6 (wo rota brooms and 4,kt
scrubblnaT brushes. The right Is reserved to
rejeql or arcpt aiiy or all proposals or ny
pari thereof. Preferjie,e will -be given to
articles of domestic manufarture, condi
tions of .duality, and. price (including In
price, of foroign - Droduciiona or manufac
tures the duly thereon) being eiul.
Standard g,mp4ea-4o e- seen at, and
li'stka for propoaala and full Information
will be furnished upon -application to this
Ihce. Envelope containing propoaala to
.e endorsed "Proponals for clolhlng and
t gulpuge to be ' opened at II o'clock noon.
Scpteiiiber 11. KVij. IJeutenant Colonel V.
Von Schrader, dpot quartermaster,
I'nitsd Slates army." - Jha following In
fcrmstlon is furnished In'mpneotlon with
the foregoing .dvertlsemem. . Bids ste in
vited for furnishing and delivering at depot
Of 1 ho quartermasters department at St.
Louis, Uia foUowlng articles. Ai4s7-
OFFfCE CONSTRUOTrNtJ yi'ARTER-
manier, neyenne. nvomlnf, AugtiM i,
I. Pealed prxosnln, .In trfi4lcte, wjll be.
received t tnU oftlce iinul a. m.'
September JO. !. at which time they will
be opened In piilMir, for furnishing all ma
terial and lafnir required and laying ap-
i'i AiriiiMtiy i..va square reel hi -cmcreie
sidewalk and leu sou ore feet of stone road
croexlns at Fort L. A. Rncnell. WyntnlnK,
in arroniance with plana and epclncatiorui
on r.le at the above named oftlce. Blank
forms of proposals- and fiifl 'Information
furnished on appllcntlnn. The rlnht la re
served to reject eny and all bids or part
of bids. Envelopes con lain In ." proposals
should be enrlorscd. "Proposals for Con
crete Walks and Stone lroeelns;s," and ad
dressed V. K. Hart, yuartermuster, U. 8.
Army, in charge of construction, Cheyenne,
yoming. AZ-4-25-7i -B1S-H.
Office. Fort Crook. Nebraska. August 10.
If4 Sealed proposals. In triplicate, sub
ject to the usual conditions, will be re
ceived here until 10 o'clock a. m., central
standard time, August 25,. 19"., for making
repairs to swimming pool and accessories
thereto, at this post' Full Information will
be furnished and drawings and specifica
tions may be seen at this office. Proposal
to be marked ' "Tropossla fn Yepafrs to
swimming pool" and -addressed to -Captain
It., R. Stogsdsll, Quartarmaater, 30th In
fantry, Constructing Quartermaster.
CONSTRUCTING QUARTERMASTER 8
Office, Omaha, Nebraska, August J, 1K08.
6ealed proposals. In triplicate, subject to
the usual conditions, will he- received here
until 10 o clock a. m., central atandard
time, AuKust 27, 11, for Installing a water
ystem at Fort Omaha:. Nebraska. Full
information furnished on application to this
onice, wnere pisns ana epeclncauons may
be seen. Proposals to be marked "Pro
posals for" Installing a Water System,"' and
addressed to Major M. OR AY ZALlXSKk.
Constructing Oosrtermnster, Armv ituild
Ing, Omaha, Nebraska. A8-I-10-11-24-2S
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BRIGHTER DAYS FOR .ERIN
Ttaaotkx F. . Healey Talks E.neonraaT
laaly of (ho Prospect lor
Hew Leal Laws. "
NEW YORK, Aug, .23. Timothy F.
Healey, member of Parliament, who arrived
her yesterday enroute to Ctilcsgo,' said ha
believed that within ten years the land
question would be settled foe Ireland.
He declared that a great Improvement
over former conditions had been -brought
about by the operations of -the purchase
act. Half of the Small -farmers of Wexford
had already aoqulred provlatonal title to
their land. The condition was true in
other- counties.' When 1h bond Issue au
thorised to sustain the purchase act had
been floated ha expected . to. see a tre
mendous increase in the' number of fanners
owning their lands. " .' " . "
FREE RATIONS TO BE DROPPED
All Aklebodled Residents ; of , Sam
Fraaclsco Mast Kara Fosd- -After
BAN FRANCISCO. Aug. U-The relief
corporation haa announced that .after
August 26 no more prbvislbns ' wflf be sup
plied to refugees that are Able-bodied.
Those thst are worhty. 111 or suiTermg
from old age may still draw 'rations, but
men with, sound limbs and strong sinew
and women able to care for themeelvaa
will have to ahlft for themselves. - - '
' Business propositions advertised In The
Bee -go into the homes-of- the-best-peopla
I haul dead animals, 27.00 er head.
Garbage, ashes, manure aad aft rua
biah;' clean vaults sod cesspools. aL
work done Is guaranteed.
Calls promptly attends t. 1
. P .Paone. Red U78. -'
J. H. SHERLOCK
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
Office, 10 Perl
, Darls. druea.
Clark's, eodas. - -
Stockert sells carpets. .
Fine engraving at Leffert'a.
Ed Rogers' Tony Faust beer.
Oet these new photos at Schmidt's.
Plumbing and heating, Blxby aV Son.
Souvenir postals, Alexander's, 83S B'way.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone 87.
W'oodring Undertaking company. Tel. 838.
Tell your troubles to Hafer, the Lumber
man, If they are In his line.
DIAMONDS AS AN INVESTMENT,
TALK TO LEFFERT ABOUT IT.
George Hosgland has the Kansas Shall
Brick. All hard brick. Oet his prices.,
See Stephen Bros, for Are irUk snd fire
clsy, sewer pipe, fittings and garden hose.
SR1CTLY CASH FOR ALL SHOES AT
DUNCAN A DEAN 8 CHEAT CLOSING
OUT SHOE SALE.
The children at the Associated Charities'
creche are to be given s picnic and outing
at Lake Manawa this afternoon.
Judge U. II. Scott Is home from a fishing
trip to the Minnesota lakes and presided
over police court yesterday morning.
Justice Field performed the marriage
ceremony yesterday for Estey Clevenger of
Omaha and Ethel Crabb of Bedlson, Mo.
OET YOUR U1BBON PICA OKta
FRAMED WITH BEAUTIFUL FRAMED;
36 TO 0 CENTS. BORW1CK, 211 SO.
I pay 812 per ton for cast Iron;- mixed,
$10; stove. !; rags, 1Mb per lb., rubber,
74kc; copper, 14c- per lb. J. Katelman,' M
Main, both phones 660.
Wa wholeaale Ice cream. Shinned to any
part of the state. Special prices to the re- j
tail trade. 1. Muccf. 213 West Broadway.'
Council Hllifrn. Ia Tel 364.
We have the finest line of sample monu
ments to select from in tlte '. Jheeley
at Lane Marble and (jfranlte Works, 217
Eaat Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
C. E. Blevert, the well known conductor
on the Northwestern, who has been off
duty for seven weeks on account of ill
health, expects to resume his run In a
Fall opening Western Iowa college, Mer
rtam block. Council Bluffs, la.. Monday,
August 27. English, Normal, Bookkeeping
and Shorthand departments. Send tor new
catalogue. Both 'phones.
The-Pottawattamie -County Veterans' as
soclatiun and the Old Settlers' association
of Mills, Fremont and Pottawattamie
counties will hold their annual reunion at
Oakland, August 29 and 30.
The following Iced drinks and Ice cream , thanks for the kind reception and entertaln
wlll be served all this week at-the Clark ment which they have provided for the
ituk company oiauju. iiuwn pi,vuu-., memners or tnis association.
Siberian flip, eldoraoo sundae, tropical sun- i yVe also desire to express our ' ftpprecln
dae. Carmenclte kiss, southern beauty, ton OI (h. Knn arts nnd the great
American sundae .and Greenland Iceberg. assistance given us by Mr. W. R. Reed,
The funeral of the late William Bonhning ' secretary of the Council Bluffs Commercial
will be held this afternoon at 2 p'clock ' club; for we know he has given a great
Irt.n the family residence, 1W8 Avenue A. ( deal of time and nttentlon for the benefit of
Uev. O. W, Snyder of St. John's English , our convention and the convenience and en
Lutheran church will conduct the services ( tertalnment of Its members,
and Interment will be In Walnut Hill We desire further to return our thanks
The finals In the golf tournament at '
Lake Manawa for the Jacquemln trophy,
will be played Saturday afternoon, when
William Coppock and William Helser will
compete for the championship. Coppock .
has a handicap of nine and Helser eleven.
The first game In the woman's tournament
for the W. A. Maurer trophy will also be
played. Several entries are looked for.
George O. Enyart, son of Mr. and Mrs.
3 p Knvurl. died yeBterday morning at
.w. uMi.nd r.iiM A Paint company In
Omaha. The funeral will be held Sunday
Hill cemetery. Rev. James O May, pastor
of Broadway Methodist church, will con
duct the services.
While driving a new horse, recently pur
chased by the Cltlxens' Gas and Electrlo
company, by wnicn ne is wniimiw
man Pruell had two rlba broken In a run
away accident yesterday morning. A tug
became unhooked and the horse started to
run away.- n ui vv
with Bruell under It. The horse ran
several blocks -but finally ; J, fturnbleatwrer
?hTbroken' hares. and fell. " the buggy
wag badly smashed. .
I am going to place on sale a case of
mirrors, 8Vxl2 inches, In ovals, oak framed,
worth $1.00, Friday and Saturday. 29c. A
few" gilt oval framed beveled French plate
mirrors, . 18x20 Inches, worth $8.60; sale
Have you any photographs of yourself or
friends which you wish enlarged? Bring
them In. I have arranged with a reliable
house to do the work In crayon, sepia,
pastel or water color.
I am selling wall paper, room mouldings,
paints and picture framing. W. 8. Hewet
son. Broadway and Fourth street, -Council
Bluffs, I a.
GREEN AND NORFOLK FURNACES
OIVE THB BE8T SATISFACTION. ASK
PEOPLE THAT USE THEM. THEY WILL
TELL YOU WHAT THET ARE. F. '
BPENCEB. 1 Broadway.
Faaeral of Clyde Cleasaser.
Funeral services over Clyde Clemmer, son
of Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Clemmer. who was
drowned Tuesday evening In Noble's lake,
were held yesterday afternoon at the fam
ily residence on Willow avenue. The ser
vices were conducted by. Rev. Mr,: Klrch
stlne pastor of the Northside Christian
church of Omahdl and Rev. S. J. Carter of
this city. All of the members of the Minis
terial association at present In the city at
tended the services. Following the services
the remains were taken to Lanark, 111., the
former home of the family. ' ,
' 6,800 acres good farm land In eastern Colo
rado. $8 per acre and up; no Irrigation re
quired Can raise all kinds of small grain
sod corn. A few good homesteads Join
our lands. Send for printed matter. F. C
Lougee, 124 Main street. Council Bluffs,, Is.
Real Eatate Transfers.
These transfers were reported to The Bee
August 23 by the Pottawattamie Abstract
t.-onpany of Council Bluffs:
Irving 8. Little and wife to Richard
Licber southeast i 86-74-43 $1,000
Ernest E. Hurt and wife to Peter
Donnelly, lot 24. In block S4. in Ferry
addition to Council Bluffs. Ia.. w. d. 600
Charlotte Armour Ward and husband ..
, to Andrew C. Petersen, lot 8, In
block 14. In Crawford s addition to
Council Bluffs. Ia., w. d.... ...........
Heirs of Hardin James to H. M. Reel,
lot 1. in 1V-TI-. q. c. h. ........
Henry M. Reel to Laura Reel,
In 19-77-44. q. C. d ;
Five transfers, total....
- 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 yon will want
few delicacies; if yon are going to a ptcnlo
you will want your basket filled with
"good things to eat" Sandwiches, olives,
ptckiee, cakes, cheese, fruits, a cold bottle
of ginger ale or root beer la fact MoAtee
has everything necass.y to fill a dainty
lunch basket and the beat the market
Maat Be Sold.
Muat sell dwelling. Has five rooms, city
water. Is on car tine and rents for $8 per
month; always rented. Tel. 61. Charles T.
pfflcer. 41$ Broadway.
Licenses to wed . were Issued yesterday to
The following: -...,
Name and residence. . Age.
Estey Clevenger, Omaha. .........v.;......22
Ethel Crabb, Bedlaon. Mo : a
Ole Nieison, Omaha m ...V..27
Met ha Schoemen. Council Bluffs, !l
. 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. Borwlck, 211
South Mala St.
' We ase agents for ths best wheel chairs
for Invalids. C. li. Alexander, 231 B'way.
NEW LOCATION, 88
Bt. TeL 43.
OFFICIALS FINISH UP WORK
Fife Convention! Veet in Forenoon and
After Ehort f esions Adjourn,
EXTEND THEIR THANKS FOR COURTESIES
Probability All Will Meet Rest Tear
at the Saaaa Tlsae at Ike
Capital City Sessions
Are Profl table.
The five conventions of the state associa.
tlons of county supervisors, county tress,
urers, county sudltors, county recorders
and clerks of the district court were
brought to a close yesterday with the morn
ing sessions. While the attendance was not
what had been expected, those who were
prevent were unanimous In their declara
tions that the session had not only been
most enjoyable, but also most profitable.
The plsn of holding the conventions at the
same time and place met with general sp
proval, and will. It Is expected, become
While three of the organisations left the
selection of the place In which to hold next
I year s meetlns to their respective executive
committees, It Is believed thst all five asso.
... ' A . . . .,
i..i..i .u mm in ur. moinn, wmcn CKJ
was selected by the supervisors for their
next meeting. The supervisors before ad
journing adopted the following resolutions,
which express the sentiments of the other
aperv-tsora Are Thankfal.
Be It resolved by the state association of
county supervisors of the state of Iowa,
now In session assembled, that s
We most sincerely extend to our worthy
secretary, Mr. Felix Bets, the thanks of the
association for his very efficient work In
rendering the services he has given us. In
making onr meeting a success, snd the en
tertainment of the members of the associa
tion satisfactory In every way.
We also extend to the board of super-
iHlnr. r, t pnllawallnmla 1 1 i .. m.. 1. , ..
for the royal reception - and kind welcorre
tendered to us by th honorable mavor of
CouncP Bluffs. Dr. Donald Macrae: also to
the Omnha Council Bluffs Street Rallwftv
company, the Lake- Mans wa ' Amusement
compsny. the Council Bluffs Rowing asso
ciation and the Elks cluh for the favors si
generously extended to the members of the
association, and to the dally press for their
courtesy In giving publicity to our matters.
Recorders Elect . Officers.
The recorders elected the following officers:
President. J. S. Halllday. Boone; vice pres.-
dent. G. G. Balrd. Counoll Bluffs: secretarv
j 8nd treasurer. J. A: Murphy. Ida. Leglsla.
committee, G,..G. ,Ba.rd. chairman;
John P. Mercer,- Monroe; Mrs. Frank Dod
son. Polk; Ole Langland? Story j J. 8. Halll
day, Boone. , .,. ,""'
Des Moines was selected sa the place for
next year's meeting, but the dab? was left
to the executive, committee to fix. The
legislative . committee ' was Instructed to
an act providing for' a Tour-year term for
... officers, and ever. Individual
member of the assodJtlcut'.was urged to
press the matter upon trie attention of the
senator and representatives . from ' his
county." ' . ' -
Old Officers Salt Aadltors.
The auditors re-elected "the old officers as
follows: Presldei.t. J Vj Dalley, Cherokee;
secretary, E. A. Larson, Red Oak; treas
urer, Frank W, Leedhairi, Clinton.
The date and, place fat holding next year's
meeting was left to .the executive commit
tee, but It is generally 'dnderstood it will
be held in Des Moines, with ths other state
associations of county officers.
" The clerks- of the district court before
adjourning adopted a vote' of thanks .to
Judge O. D. Wheeler of this city for his
address before them pri. the opening day.
While a, majority .of the visitor left
for their' homes on the1 afternoon trains,
quite' a number remained over to enjoy
another - outing at Lake Manawa, while
several went oyer. to Ornaha, to visit Krug
park. t . ' .
Where Shall I Bay My Groceries
ANSWER THIS QUE8TION, FIRST
WHERE PRICES ARE RIGHT. SEC
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ivn rmaT rr.iBfl TUiun wuirna
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BE OUR REGULAR CU8TOMER. JOHN
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A. Metsgar A Ca
New Location of - Wholesale Bakery.
616 Mynster Street. Co. Bluffs. Ia.
Home-made Bread a Specialty.
Permanent Hoase for Creeke.
A permanent home for the Associated
ChaiitieA' creche Is now sasured through
the liberality of Mr. k- 8hugart. Yes
terday Mr. Shugart notified the officers of
the association that he would raise his
original offer of 82,000 to $5,000 provided the
association would purchase the site and
pay him 4 per cent on the money for the
remainder of his life. While no formal
action has been taken yet, it wss stated
that the association would be only too will
ing to accept Mr. Shugart's proposition.
The association also got another windfall
yesterday. A friend of the organisation,
who requested that his name be not made
public, contributed $500 towards the ooat of
the site for the creche building. The per
formance of "A Midsummer Night's
Dream" at Falrmount park netted the asso
ciation $706, permitting It to pay off all out
standing Indebtedness and place $300 to
wards the fund for the purchase of the site.
Ihe association hope to secure a central
site for the creche building, and when one
la aelected will call upon the generously
Inclined people of Council Bluffs to con
tribute towards Its purchase.
ATJ persons knowing themselves to be in.
debted to Duncan Dean or the Dunces
Shoe company are requested to call and
settle at once. '
NEW LOCATION. 88
Eighty per cent of the vehicles around
Council .Bluffs are Van Brunt's work.
There must be some good reasons for this.
Call around and Van Brunt will give you
the reasons why. At the Big Repository,
12 and- 24 Fourth street
Aeross Continent la Aata.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Devlne and
young son of New York City, Dr. W. 8. De-
vine of Marshalltown. Ia., and S. D. Rogers
of San Francisco, chauffeur, en route to
New York from San Francisco by auto
mobile, passed through Council Bluffs yes.
terday afternoon, making a short stop to
eat supper at one of the restaurants.
Edward T. Devlne haa been In charge of
the Red Cross relief work In San Fran
cisco for the last three months and Is now
on- his way home. The rsrty left San
Francisco August 4. On reaching Reno,
Nev., they shipped the auto by rail to
Laramie, the patty also making (hat part
of the trip by rail. Mr. Devlne said that
so far they had had a very pleasant trip
and made on an average 1 miles a day.
He expects to reach New Tork about the
middle of September. He will visit for
a few days with relatives at Marshall
town and other points In Iowa en route.
DEMOCRATIC CtHVESTIOS TODAY
Xarahrr of Aspirants for Several
Places an the Ticket.
The democrats of Pottawattamie county
will meet In convention today at Mlnden
to place in nomination a county tlckrf.
The prospects last night were that there
would be several contests unless the ticket
wss cut and, dried this morning before the
oonventlon rs called to order.
It Is generally conceded that Harvey
Ouren will 'have no opposition for the
nomination of Judge of the superior ccurt
and the Indications sre that M. C. Good
Win of this city will also land the nomina
tion for counly treasurer without a fight.
Frank B. Lefeber, Rock Island agent St
Walnut, is a candidate for the nomination
for clerk of the district court, as are A. B.
Larlmnre of Avoca and Lee Evans of this
city. Talk among the city delegates last
night seemed to Indicate that Lefeber had
the Inside track on the nomination.
Captain Cal Shafer of the police force Is
an avowed candidate for the nomination
for sheriff as Is James Jensen of the
grocery firm of Frank Peterson A Co.
Jensen will go Into the convention with the
deputations from two of the city precincts
Instructed for him.
A. W. Casady of this city. It Is expected,
will be given the nomination' for tfounty
auditor, while Roscoe Barton of Avoca. It
is said, will likely be the rfty nominee
for county attorney.
Talk on the streets last night was lo
the effect that there will probably lie quit
a contest over the leglslstlve nomination
as there Is quite a long list of asplrsnts.
Dr. 8. D. Tobey of Oakland and John T.
Haten, two democratic war horses, are
most prominently talked of In this connec
tion but they are only two of the several
The convention Is to select a new county
chalrmsn. F. W. MHIer, the present chair
man, who hss held the position for four
years Is anxious to surrender the reins.
There wss some talk yesterday of Richard
Organ, a younger member of the party, be
ing given the place. . ,
For Sale Furniture of twenty-room hotel
In good railroad division point. Price, 8300.
Will rent hotel for $35 on account of sick
ness. Is full of boarders. Quick sale.
Address D, 8. Kerr, 646 Broadway,, Council
CENTRAL FLOUR fill. F.very sack
warranted. Central Grocery and Meat Mar
ket. Both 'phones 24.
Matters In District Coart.
In the district court yesterday Carolln
Borner filed suit for a divorce from Charles
Borner, to whom she was married In 18x2.
She charges her husband . with having S
bad temper and not treating her as a duti
ful husband should. In addition to the
divorce she asks the custody of their three
minor children and half of her husband's
property as alimony. An attachment for
$1,600 upon the property, consisting of two
houses In Ferry addition, to secure her
claim pending the determination ot the suit
was Issued by 'Judge Wheeler..
Blanche M. Walker seeks a divorce from
Homer D. Walker, to whom she was mar
ried In Schuyler. Neb., on December 27,
1901. According to her petition. Mrs. Walk
er's experience of married life waa short
and not of the happiest nature. She charges
her husband with cruel and Inhuman treat
ment, failure to provide and desertion about
five months afters their marriage.
THB MOST UP-TO-DATat RESTAUR
ANT IN COUNCIL BLUFFS. OOOD BER.
VICE AND HOME COOKING. The Cslu
met restaurant, 620 Broadway.
Swanson Music company, 407 West Broad
way ths place where you will And a
splendid assortment of pianos to select
from. Conovers, Cables, Schubert, and
Kingsbury's. All clean, new goods. Prices
and terms to suit every person. We think
it a good house to deal with.
Unable to Identify taapects.
Bonnie Fields and Austin Cuahenberry,
better known as "Happy Hooligan," the
negroes suspected of attempting to hold up
O. K. Harden In his saloon Tuesday night,
and also charged with attempting to hold
up George W. Adams, gatekeeper at Lake
I Mana;a' on Flf,eenth "treet. near Avenue
B, while he was on his way home at a late
hour Monday night, were In police court
yesterdsy morning. Harden failed to Iden
tify them as the negroes who attempted to
hold him up, but Adams recognised Cushen
berry as one of the two who attacked him.
Cushenberry claimed the hold-up of Adams
wss nothing but a Joks snd there was no
Intent to rob. The court, however, sent
Cushenberry to the rock pile Tor twenty
days, while Fields was permitted to go
For Imported wines, liquors and Bud.
welser beer go to L. Rosenfeld. wholesale
liquor dealer. 611 South Main street
Favorite gas stoves, from $12.60 to $35.
See them. The finest line made. Paddock
ft Handschey Hardware Co.
GOOD PIANOS AT THE CLOSEST POS
SIBLE PRICES AT BOURIC1U8 PIANO
HOUSE, 836 BROADWAY, COUNCIL
N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tel. 260. Night LSH
eaatorlal Deadloek Ended.
WEBSTER CITY, fa.. Aug. 22.-(Bpeolal
Telegram.) Charles F. Peterson was Domi
nated at Eagle Grove this afternoon on the
first bsllot ss ths republican senatorial
nominee- from the Thirty-seventh Iowa
district. Hardin county deserted Candl.
date Ward of Eldora, giving Peterson
fifteen votes and D. C. Chase of this city
four. Wright, of course, gsvs Its fifteen
to Peterson, whils Hamilton voted solidly
for Chare. This gave Chase twenty-one
votes to thirty for Peterson. The conven--tlon
had held four prior sessions and be- '
fore convening today had cast 8.8M ballots. I
Hardin county feared a Wright-Hamilton
combination and so bitterly were they op
posed to Chase that they nominated Peter
son as a preference, knowing Ward stood
Baes for EnaTlneer'a Life.
IOWA FALLS. Ia.. Aug. 23.-(8peclal.)-Flfteen
thousand dollars Is ths sum ssked
In a dsmsgs suit against ths Rock Island
road brought by Emma A. Sands, adminis
tratrix of the eatate of Engineer Milo C.
8and. who was killed while In the dis
charge of hla duties In a collision at Vin
ton In October last. It Is cited In the
petition that the deceased csme to his
death while In charge of an engine pulling
a freight train, that' Ms train was not
equipped with a sufficient number of cars
with air brakes so thst he could control
his train and prevent a collision; also that
the train with which he collided waa an
extra freight that was running on the
Urns of Engineer Sands' train.
PLANNING TOR CAMPAIGN
Democrats, ire to ftart in Early and the
REPUBLICANS STAND PAT ON RECORD
When start Is Made Plenty of
Speakers Are to Be Kmploied
I Fight Made a Sharp
One to the Finish.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DE8 MOINES. Aug. :3.-tSpeclal.-Whlle
the cnndldates on the rrruMlcsnxetste and
congressional tickets were meeting with the
State central" committee in Parlor F of
the Savery this afternoon discussing a
late and short campaign, the democratic
candidates were meeting with their state
central committee In their headquarters In
the Observatory .building discussing an
early opening and long campaign. The
democrat aro, of Ihe opinion that a vigor
ous campaign will land' two or three con
gressmen. As well as the head of the
ticket. The republicans believe that the
state Is worn out with. an all summer cam
paign that started really with the last ses
sion of the legislature and they believe the
best results will follow front a short cam
paign. A number of republicans who were
expected to be In the city today to attend
the conference were not ablo to attend.
As a result the meeting confined Itself to
a discussion as to the Issues of the cam
paign and the means of raising funds. The
party proposes to stand pat on its record
in the state nnd the nation and preach the
rlatform a the campaign Issue. The work
of congress and the work of the legislature
nnd the national and state rarty leaders
will be defended In the campaign. If the
democrats choose ' to make the tariff the
main Issue the republicans will be prepared
to meet h: It- Is the plan of the repub
licans, and especially of Chairman Woods,
to make the campaign an Inexpenolve one.
There Is not a disposition to underestimate
the fighting qualities of the opponents,
however, and the liest speakers In the
nation and state will he secured for the
campaign. Committeeman Estabrook of
the Fifth 'district was unable to attend to
day on account . of the sickness of his
mother. Copeland of the Eighth and
Wright of the Ninth were also absent.
Congressman Huohafd was not rresent, but
all the other congressmen were In the city.
The democratic committee was all present
with the exception of Aex Miller of the
First. Prnctlcajly every candidate was
present, , The "committee proposes to raise
the bulk of Its funds by dollar contribu
tions. Ijite In Arriving;.
Most of the candidates and many of the
committeemen of both parties were late In
coming to the city. Senator Gnrst, the re
publican nominee for lieutenant governor,
arrived at the Savery fifteen minutes before
the time for the meeting to convene and the
first person he shook hands with was
Claude R. Porter, the democratic nominee
for governor. They served In the legisla
ture togethex. : Congressman Dawson, fresh
from , renomlnatlon at Clinton yesterday,
reached the city the middle of the fore
noon. Blrdsnll, Kennedy and Connor came
In about noon. As the candidates and com
mitteemen of both parties were about the
Savery lobby together It waa suggested, fa
cetiously, a number of t'.mes that a Joint
session be held. It went no farther than th?
exchange' ot handshakes while the two sides
were holding whispered conferences -about
the corners of the lobby In discussing plans
for the defeat of the other p"arty.
The democratic conference today decided
thai the campaign shall open with a speech
by Porter, nominee for governor, at Ot
tumwa, September 6, and Dennlson, nom
inee for lleutenint governor, at Clarion, on
the same date. Porter will speak on the
7th at Mpntlccllo ' and on the 8th at In
The republicans decided to open the cam
paign about October 1. but no definite action
was taken on anything.
Cities Loan-Their Detectives.
Fifteen detectives from neighboring cities
will corns to Des Moines Sunday to assist
in caring for the State fair crowd. Chicago
will send two, Minneapolis one, Kansas City
one and possibly Orriaha one or two, and in
addition the Rock Island and other rail
roads will send some of their force of de
tectives to the city.
. Kldaaps Ills Children.
' Mrs. Ida German of this city has asked
the police. td assist her In locating her di
vorced - husband on the charge that he
has kidnapped her two children. When
they were divorced the daughter, 4 years
old, was given to the father and the son,
8 years old, was given to the mother.
Both . children were kept af the Chil
dren's home In this city. When the
mother went to the home today to see
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them they.' were gene, the father having) ?
taken them. The father hnd tnken them, I
away last Saturday. Mrs. German clalmg
he is under Injunction td" leave ' them at
the home. ' '
Overcame hy Heat. . ,
W. W. Alnsworth. a prominent business
man here, was today overcome by iha
heat while In the poMoffice building arij
is In a serious condition. ,,-.,
Des Molaes t hief Wew.
Chief of Police J. .Jortes a'hd ' Mlsg
Millie Seems of Mltchrllvllle are to te mar
ried axon, after a courtship of twenty
years. The story leaked out today when .
the chief began Inquiring for flats end r
gave his name as J. W. Jones, but with
held his occupation. .".
Raral Letter Carriers
Several hundred rural mall carriers "are
expected in this city to attend the an
nual convention to he held here August
28 to 29 of the Iowa Rural Letter Car
Liquor Seised at Repot.
SIDNEY, Ia., Aug. 2&.-8peclal Telegram.)
County Attorney Chantry made A raid
on the "Q" depot at Farragut and cap
tnred twenty-one cases, ten barrels, three
boxes and one keg of beer. A man giving
the name of Lon J. Unger and who claimed
to be from Council Bluffs was srreRted for
Illegally engaging In the liquor Waffle
His bond was fixed at $200, which he waa
unable to give and was lodged In the
county Jail In Sidney. . . s
Pioneer Merchant Prowaea.
FAIRBANKS. Is., Aug. 23.-8ud Miller,
sged 5 years, a pioneer merchant taltor of
this place, was drowned In Wapsle river
tonight In the presence of his wife, who
almost drowned In her effort to save hint
The couple were bathing.
DEATH NOTICE"" "
n. K. Johnson.
CARHON. Ia., Aug. 23. (Ppeclal.) R.
K. Johnson of Valparaiso, Neb., died hero
yesterday morning. He had Just, move
here six weeks ago to. look after Ills mill
ing Interests at this place. He had re
sided at Valparaiso since 18(6. .the town
being located on his homestead, lie was
a life-long republican and took a prom
inent part in pontics in saunaera county;
was In the banking business there till
'92, when he sold out. He had conducted
a large elevator and general merchandise
store and was well known to the grain
men of .Omaha. He had been In rather
poor health for the past eight years. The
funeral will be held at Valparaiso, Friday,
SCHUYLER, Neb.. Aug. 23.-(Speclal Tel
egram.) Mr. John Elchols, one Of the old
est settlers of this city,' died at his horn
this morning, after a sickness of over a
year. He has been Jn this city over thirty
eight years, coming here when there were
but few dwellings. He was 70 years old.
His funeral will be held at the Lutheran
church Monday. He was a member of ths
Workmen lodge. . . - '
O. S. Aastla.
. EL PASO. Tex,, Aur. 28. T. A. . Austin,
district manager of the American Smelt
ing and Refining company, in charge of
the company's Mexican business and also
of the El Paao Smelting company, died
today of diabetes. He ' had been with
the company for many years.
Insane Man Deported.
YANKTON. 8. D., Aug. 23. (Special.)
A. Thorstcneen, a young man of about 20
years, who was committed to the 8tate
hospital 'for the Insane here last May, has
been taken to New York, from. Which city
he will sail for Norway.. W. R. Mansfield
of Omaha, Immigration Inspector for this
district;" took charge of the -young man and
was accompanied by Dr. G. S. Adams of
the hospital force. Thorstensen . came to
this country about a year ago last March
and became a resident of Codington County,
Soon after his ' arrival ' symptoms of In
sanity developed and he was committed to
the hospital. The-bospltal authorities con
sulted with the Immigration officials and
It was decided to deport Thorstensen. Ha
will be deported at the expense of ths
Bteamahlp company which brought him to
loath Dakota Brevities.
SIOUX FALLS -Stewards of the Cotton
Methodist church have decided to erect
a new church building thirty-four by fifty
feet In else, with basement, and modern. In
SIOUX FALLS O. O. Warner, who for
several months has been In charge of a
land and loan agency at . Gregory; has
purchased from W. E. Brtdgeman the plant
of the Gregory Advocate, a weekly news
paper published at that place. - - -
SIOUX BALLS The annual "convention
of the Aurora County Sunday School asso
ciation, held at White Lake, recently, waa
one of the moat Interesting -nd success,
ful ever held In the county. The following
officers were elected: President, B. F.
Scott; vice president, Prof. W. H. Lucas;
secretary-treasurer, Mrs. C. P. Gordon. ,
Oil Grand Jary Hears Witnesses.
CHICAOO, Aug. 2S. The first grand Jury
Investigating the Standard Oil company met
early today and heard evidence from four
witnesses, then adjourned untM Monday
morning next. No Indictments were re
turned. --LJ X
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