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.THE OMAHA' SUNDAY'" BEE:- AUGUST 26, 1.006.
- NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
Office, 10 Pearl
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CI arks.' soda. . ' '
fitockert Sells carpet. ' ' f
Finn engraving at Leftert's .
Eil Rogers' Tony Faust beer.- -17
Get those new photo at Schmidt'.
Plumbing and heating, Blxby Son.
I,ewts Cutler, funeral dtrector.'Phone T.
. Woodrtng Undertaking company. Tel III.
DIAMONDS AH AN INVESTMENT.
TALK TO LEFFKTrr ABOUT IT.
Oeorg Hoagland ha the Kansaa Shall
brick. All hard brick. Oet bla price.
Bee Stephen Bro. for Are brick and fire
oay, sewer pipe, nttlng and garden hose,
Fate R. Morrison of First aen.wa
railed to Onawa. la., yesterday morning
by the critical nine of hi father. V "
OET YOUR OIBSON . PICTURG
FRAMED WITH BEAUTIFUL FRAMEb;
IS TO 60 CENTS. BORW1CK, ill 80.
George H. Stlllman, formerly of ..this
city, was . in - OottncU ' Bluffs yesterday 011
his, way horn-to-Kansas Clt from 0s
Moines. v .
An Important "meeting tif 'Cobncll Bluff
Bricklayers' Protective union will b held
Wednesday evening when all memb- are
requested, to attend.
I 'pay 111 Mr ton for cast Iron- mlimA
?10; stove, 18: rag, 1 Helper lb.: rubber,
Ve;. copper. 14c per lb. J. Katelman,' 808
Main, both 'phonea 160.
We wholesale Ice cream. .Shipped to any
part of the state. Special price to the i
tatl trade. I Muocl, ill West Broadway,
Council Bluff, la,,. Tel. I4.
We have the flneat line of sample monu
ment to select from in the west. Sheeley
A Lane Marble and Oranlte Works, ill
- East Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
AH member or John Huu caatle. Royal
Highlander, and the team in uniform, r
requeated to meet at Danish hall at I 16
a. rn. sharp to attend th funeral of Fair
Fay opening Western Iowa college, Mtr
rlam block. Council Bluffs. ,1a., Alondav,
August 17. Englleh. Normal, Bookkeeping"
and Shorthand department. Send for n
catalpuguea. Both 'phones.
Mr. Camilla. Simpson, the white wife of
"i'1' -Simpson, tn colored Janitor' of
the First National bank, was adjudged liv
sana yesterday and ordered committed to
the state asylum at Clarinda.
Ivan R. Chapman has resigned his po
?J"n with the Rock Island railroad tn
Chicago to accept one with Pax ton ft Oal-
Council Bluff hi permanent home. '
Judge Whaeler yesi ,r overruled ' the
motion for a. transfer to the United States
court, of the personal Injury damage ult
of Blevert Rlef against the Nebraska Tel
ephone company and I. A. Hyde, foreman
of. the line gang. ..... v , . i
Congressman Walter I. Smith will speak
Tuesday before the Cass County Veteran s
association at Atlantic; Wednesday he will
address-the old settler reunion at Oak
land 'and Thursday he to booked for
speech at Paclfio Junction.
rThe following Iced drinks' and lee cream
Will ba served all this week at the Cla-k
irug company': Madja. froseh phoephald;
Siberian flip, ejdorado sundae, tropical -sun
Jaef .Carmenclta. kiss,, southern " beauty;
American sundae and Greenland Iceberg"
Harry Stahl, aged 14, and Charle Bagi
aged ik two. lad, from, Clarinda, were or.
dered. committed 't the-crefornv-scsoot-iat
EMora.tty-Judge' Wheeler oh complaint of
the authorities, of-Page county. . The boys
were, charged with thtevlng and, Incorrliil
..Mlttr ..-"-; ' i -tx . ..,
The" funeral of ht4 liter M.a. ri.i.wT.in.
herwlll Jse held this morning at a, o'clock
frtlnf the- fnmljy residence; 7a East- pierce
sir anaiounai wlir be In Walnut Hill
Cetwrery; Rev. Jame O May, pastor of
Broadway Methodist church, will conduct
the services. ' ' ' ,
The, sale, of Ipts. conducted by tha irirrri
of Grfenf-hfelds tk Mayne lit the "western
part of the city yesterday attracted,. a Jarie
nunfbpr of bujrf rs, xiiany being frorh Omaha.
Over one hundred lot were disposed of, to
persons who announced tbjtlr. liateollpAj Of '.
building house -on-ihen: - m '
-Frd .C. Hooker, who conducts' grocery :
tare1 'on High' street. -was before- Judge
Wheeler In district court yesterday on a
ban; trwrtnstacy.' -Me.-'was.aeTUenoea-tu
eighteen month In the state hospital for
dipsomaniacs "at' KnoxvlUe, the commltt
Nnent. however, not to issue pending good
Alexander C. Clark. 1804 Avenue D. died
eeterday morning aged - tt vears.i . Ha
eaves a wife. The funeral will hm hoM
Monday at i:J0' p. m from the People
ohurch, Omaha. Rev. Charles Savtdge con
ductlnar the -service and tHlrlal .will- be
In Forest Lawn cemetery. . Deceased wa
a member of the Independent Order of
Forester of Omaha. "''
A mas meeting of the citizen of the
West end wHI be held Tuesday evening- at
he c'ub house of the West Council Blurts
Improvement club, Broadway and Thirty
Fourth street. There will be a musical
program and add reuse by Mayor Macraa,
President Keller, J. H. Swart and J. J.
ClKtoa, editor of "The Booster,'.' Refresh
ments will be served and every one Inter
ested tn the welfare of that portion of the
city. la. cordially invited to attend.
GREEN AND NORFOLK FURNACES
OIVB THE BEST SATISFACTION. ASK
PEOPLE THAT USE THEM. THEY WILL
TELL YOU WHAT THEY ARE. P. . A.
SPENCER. 1U BROADWAY.
.' 8,100 acre good farm, land In eastern Colo
rado, t& par acre and up: no irrigation re
quired. Can rata all kind of am all grain
and corn.' A few good homesteads Join
our lands; Send for printed matter. V C
Louge. 134 Main atreet; Council Bluff '!,
. -CENTRAL ' FK)UR-1.15, Every . sack
Warranted. Central Qrocery and Meat. Mar
ks!. Both 'phone H. - ,
..,fwaiton Musla company, 407 West Broad
way th plao ,. Wher you . will ., find .a
' splendid aasortmsat . of ' piano ' to - select
from. Cooover, , CablM, Schubert and
Klngbury'a All clean,, new,. good. '.Prioe
and term t suit vry person. W think
'It voo4.jbo.uaf to deal with. '
n Watek gplal.
S Leffert' west . window display for a
fin dlfolay of men' Jewelry 0ntlmn'
k.ll ala. 1-year, ' hand-ehgraved. gold-filled
hunting ca with good Waltham - new
. model movement, f IS. ' On aale for ' on
'wk only at Leffert', . ' . .
If you are looking forward' to your um
mr' outing yu -will need a Tw vacation
oaitl: It yott, ar going camping with
a ntJl party you will want fw" delloa
. ct;'lf you ar going to a ptenhryou will
s,want your baskst filled with "good thing
to eat." , Sandwich, olive, plcklea, cakes,
-Che, fruits, a cold bottle of ginger el
t er root beer in tact VeAt has every
thing neceaaary to fill a dainty' lunch
basket ma& th beet th market affords.-
f Mast B !.
, vrMust aU waiting Hm ftxr- rooms, city
water. I on car Un and rent for ts per
month; always rented.- TL a. Chart T.
Officer, Gl Broadway.
Wher gha.ll Bay Mr -43rrtt
WE ANSWER THIS QUESTION, FIRST.
WHERE PRICES ARE RIGHT; SEO
OND. WHERE TUB OOODfl ARE FRESH
AND FIRST CLASS; . THIRD. . WHERE
YOU WILL RECEIVE COURTEOUS AND
HONEST TREATMENT. WE FULLFIL
,;THB ABOVJB REQUIREMENTS IN EV
ERY RESPECT. GIVE US A TRIAL OR
DER AND-WS) ARB SXIRB YOU WILL
BB OUR RBOULA9X CUSTOMER. JOHN
OLSON. TM W. BROAXWAY.i ""
QCAVEtlCCR . WORK
I haul 4 anlreala, tj. par 4mo. ,
Oarba, !, ma.aur and. all rwa
tMah: dean vault an resimut.- AM
work do la guranUeA r- 1 . a -
, 'Phen. R4 UM, , ( a.
J. H. H K ft L QCK j
St, Tel, 43,
BOOSTS FOR THE ;CARSlUL
ladicatiom Parade on Opsninr Vtj Will
.- Eclipig All PriTiom EfforU. .
LABOR. ORGANIZATIONS . JOINING IN
Mayer Prealdeat f oaaaaerelal
tlab Is PrelaiRatloas Call
la; a Everybody Help
Present Indication r that: the parade
of th morning of the opening day of th
atreet fair and. carnival, which I also La
bor day, will be one of the biggest ever
see a In ' Council Bluff: It will not be
the fault of the Commercial club or the
oarnlval committee If It I not, a both
organisation are- working "hard to make .It
a great event, At the meeting yesterday
of .the executive committee of the Commer
cial club and the officers of the Carnival
company Secretary Reed of the Commer-
I clal club reported that a number off ra
I'ternal societies and several of the labor
I organisation had' notified hrm of their In
tention to. participate. ,A letter of regret
from th president of. the Railroad Switch
men' .union, which wa read. In .which
he stated that owing .to the railroad at
present toeing so busy th member of
the organisation would be unable to take
part in , t)ie parade, but would otherwise
do their hare to make the week' Zcstlvl-
ties g ucCes. . "
I Th original plan of having Jnerely a foot
I parade has been abandoned and the mer
1 chahtt are to be requested to have all their
I delivery teama and other wagons in line.
I The atatomoblle section promise 40. be quite
g feature of the. pageartt. The big whole
sale .Implement. Arm have signified their
I Intention of having all th wagons in their
I service tn the parade and many Will be oc
I cupled by the targe army of young women
tenographers on Implement row.
Id' connection With the parade Mayor
Macrae Issued "the following official proc
lamation: yesterday : .
'To "the People of Council Bluffs: Begin
ning on Monday, September I, a fair and
carnival Is' to b held lo this city under
the Joint--ausploe of the Council Bluff
Commercial club and the Fair and Carnival
company. -'. . .,.
There is every reason to bolleV that this
occasion will be a memorable one," perhaps
the' most Important of I th kind ever held
In this -city. " ' - -
The" object and purpose of the carnival I
primarily to' give' Council Bluff a wider
pulrfidty as -a itrtde ;center and as a city
of utatntial acklevementa and eaoeptnnal
promise. : '
By reason' of the"efforts put forth by th
Commercial club Council' Bluffs baa- made
rapid advance during the. last few year
and the fair and carnival mfty.be regarded
a a celebration given In honor of th
achievements of that organisation.
A great parade I to- he held on the -morning
of September I. The parade 1 to be
1 the opening number 01 tne program 01. in
I The lucres of ubsequent event wnt de-
thuslnslam, will) whlchx the . cittaens par
ticipate in the parade. Realising the lm-
rrtarrr-e? of thlainitlal feator of th week,
hereby request the member of. the city
oouncfl.to participate In the, parade In a
body that, all city officer likewise present
themselves for place tn th.line of march
and that the, head of all departments. In
eluding the fire department, marshal all
mploye)un,nr, ther supervision aqdt ptac
iitemselve -t-the disposal of-the grand
marshal of th day. '
-' Furtrmrmore. I call upon an cltlsena to
enter Info and -become part of this worthy
movement for a greater carnival, Ji greater
Council Bluff and consequently a greater
clUaanahlp-.-. ;.;..-' ' .- --.'
: -Commercial 1ab .Call.
C. W. ! 'McDonald,-presideVit of' th'Cdm
rherclal .' club, also issued a proclamation;
in part as fallow:
It la the duty and privilege of every
business: man, professional man, manufac
turer and Jobber In. th city to join, In this
popular movement to promote th city'
Interests. Therefore as president of the
Council Bluffs Commercial club, I urge
?ll such to enter Into ' this great fall
estlval with spirit and enthusiasm, ajid to
mak every effort to be represented, in the
parade In a way that' wll) be a credit to
themselves and to the city. At no time In
th history of Council Bluffs ha there been
an occasion In the success of which so
many people were Interested. 4nd In th
promotion of which so many people were
ready to lend a hand.
. Th flr.t Installment ' of the carnival
badge arrived yesterday, .They. are In the
shape of a Maltese cross with red center,
bordered with 'yellow and bearing -the In
orlption, "Council Bluff Carnival, - Sep
tember t to I!'...' . '.
MEDIUM AND HIOH GRADE BEWINO
Machines. I carry a large line
OF THE LATEST IMPROVED MA
CHINES. I HAVE. MACHINES RANG
ING "Ui PRICES FROM ftl.tO UP. CAN
FURNISH MACHINES THAT MAKE
BOTH LOCK AND, CHAIN STITCH I
SELL. THE FINEST , AND QNLY PER
FECT,. ROTARY SHUTTLE MACHINE,
NOW-ON THE MARKET. I SELL MA
CHINES ON EASY PAYMENTS WITH
LIBERAL .DISCOUNT FOR CASH. ALL
MACHINES TAKEN TO TOUR HOME
FOR TRIAL. I REPAIR ALL MAKES OF
MACHINES ; "KEEP NEEDLES, ' OILS
AND' PARTS OF MACHINES, HAVE
HAD- TWENTY-8IX YEARS' EXPERI
ENCE IN SEWING MACHINES. ALL IN
COTDNCIL'BLUFFS. COMB IN AKD SEE
rY OOODS AND "FIGURE WITH ME.
SELL EDISON AND VICTOR TALK
ING MACHINES AND CARRY A LARGE
STOCK' OF" RECORDS.' 'IND.- 'PHONE
10T-RBD'; BELL "PHONE, RED '11117.
fl. M. WILLIAMSON,- 17 SOUTH MAIN.
SPECIAL' ROCKER SALE.. SEE SAM
PLES 'IN OUR WINDOW. KELLER
FARNS WORTH ' FURNITURE CO.
Oa Wlc gpeclats.
t Solid gold scarf pina, a An assortment,
at fl. for on weak only.. Lsffsrt'a.
Ral Estate Transfer.
These , transfer were reported to Th
Be August 3 by the. Pottawattamie Abr
tract Title company of Council' Bluffs:
Richard O'Connall and wife to Henry
' Bonne,- part northwest quarter of
northwest quarter 10-W-41 w. d....L7I.H
Charle M. Burke a ad wife to Sarah
J. Hardesty, lota and 10 In block
4 In Walnut. Ia., sr. d 800.00
Richard E. Turner to William Hay
food, lot In block I In Hughea A
onlphan' , addition to. Council
Bluff. Ia.. w. d XX) 46
Zoe'M. Rost to F. L. Reed, lot I tn
block 1 in Perry addition to Couu- . '
ell, Bluff. Ia.. w. d W 00
Matilda Baar to Bertha Allls. A. F.
Saar and Ada A. Jones, part south '
half of north half 1-74-41 q. c. d....
Flv transfer, total
Travis Case ftetl4.
The criminal preoeedlng against William
F. Travta, th farm-hand, charged with a
tatutery pffena against Netti Both well,
th 14-year-old daughter of Frank Snethen
of Lewis.townshlp, were dismissed In Jus
tice Field' Court yesterday. After a week
In .th county . Jail Travia.. who Is but.
yeaot age, prevailed, on th girt s parent
to permit jilra t compromise matter by
marrying her.,- Juatle Flf Id performed th
ceremony, the mother of the girl and th
father of th .young maa being present
Travis met th yowqg girt At G ten wood,
where h wa visiting friends. - It was sajid
io De a cas of love af first light -Wtfejt
the girt returned home ah wa accom
panied by Travta, whom little Mis Both well
Introduced her husband. Mr. Boethen,
although surprised, decided 1 to take the
matter philosophically, until after several
day of the honeymoon had passed, when
she .discovered' that her' daughter had
hoaxed her and that' no' marriage ceremony
had been performed. Mr.. Snethen then
caused th arrest of young Travis.
DESERTED WIFB AFTER GIFFOR0
Take Her Mwey ad Leave with a
! Yc Olrl. .
A warrant wa. Issued yesterday from th
superior court "for the arrest of Clarence
fiifford, until recently a waiter .in a Broad-,
way restaurant, on complaint of Mrs. Mary
Qifford, claiming to be hi wife. The .com
plaint charge Olfford with maintaining Il
licit, relation with Mary Fefnrey,; a young
woman IS year of age who. was untll re
cently employed In a local candy' factory.
Mrr. Olfford also accuse her husband -of
taking; fl.OOO of her money when he left
the city, presumably In company with Miss
Fernley. The warrant for Gilford's arrest
was Issued yesterday after Mr. Olfford
had consulted with County Attorney Hess
and Chief of .Police Richmond.
If . the stry of Mrs. -Thomas Fernley,
mother of the young woman 'said -to hav
accompanied ..Gilford Yrom thi , city, - I
true,' her daughter I a victim of -Olfford'
duplicity, and Olfford If arrested wilt have
t answer a mora serious charge, than that
preferred against htm In the superior court
According to Mrs. Fernley. who resides at
1509 Flrtt avenue, -5lfford commenced pay
ing attention' to her daughter last December.-
with the. result that they were miw
tied In Omaha August 6, Mrs. Fernley re
celvlhg -word of their marriage from her
daughter at Denver. , The daughter wrote"
at the time they were leaving Denver that
Mr. Fernley need not wrft them until she
heard- from ,them again. Since then Mrs,
Farnley ha not heard from her daughter.
.Last March a baby was born to Glfford
and hi wlf and, Mrs, Fernley eaw the
notice In the papers. She called the man
attention to It but he laughed it off, de
claring that Clarence Glfford ' was hi
brother. . '., . . . ' .
Gilford la thohght to be at present In Se
attle, Wah., or vicinity.
. FIT Watch Specials.
Gentlemen' 17-Jewel WaJtham. nickel
movement, patent mlcrometto regulator. In
S0-yer Ttold-fllld' icaae, 114. "
Gentlemen'' 1? Ie Elgin, new: -model
mpvement, tn a 26-year gold-filled case,
monograraed free of charge, til. .
" Gentlemen' 20-year, gold-filled, engraved
can, with good Elgin or Waltham nickel
movement, IJO. '. .
Gentlemen' popular 11 else, JOyear gold
filled case, with Waltham new model move
mentj tli . '.",'' : 'V.'"'; ' '
Gentlemen'gS., ais. -28-year hand en
grave). '" gold-fined hunting case, .with la
Jewel new model patent "regular Elgin
moven ent. HI. V - , . ; '
On ai.le for one' week, and all shewn-in
our men's display .In . west wlndow
... :,-.'. ll j-lilCSTBaT'.eV -.
, A, Hetesar ' -.. .
New location of'" Who)esIe" ' Bakery!,
Ill Myntt Sfreef, Co. BlorT. Ia.
Home-mad Bread Speelalty.
Visitors "Welcome. ,
There wMl be, holy communion- at 8 aV.m.
at St. Psul s Eicopal. church. , t
FVst Church , f Chrt'st (Scientist) will
hold services at It a. m. In Temple Emman
uel on'.North Sev inth street, when -the .sub
ject will be "Man." Sunday School will he
at 12:18 p. m. and th regular -mid-week
service Wednesday evening, at I p. m. 1
Second Church of Christ Sclantistt wlH
hold service In Woodman hall tn the Mee
rlara block at 10:4S a. m", wlen. the upjet
will be "Man.", The. usual mid-week testi
mony meeting will be Wednesday evening
at 7:45 p. m. Sunday school will be at
11:45 a. in. today. . ' " ! '
At the 'Swedish 'Lutheran church! Rev1.
P.-. N". Glim pastor, there' will be" service
at 10:10 s, m. and I p'm.'8uh4ay 'school
will be at noon In the evening the pastor
will take a th subject of hla sermon "The
Death of God's Saints Preclvu In HI
Sight" . ...
St. John' English Lutheran church. Rev.
G. W. Snyder, pastor. Preaching service
at 11 a. m., when th aubject of the pastpr's
Sermon' will be, "The Gospel and Its
Effects." ' Ther"wUt . be no evening ser
ylcea. - Sunday school will be at 1:45 a. m.
' There will be preaching services at the
Union Christian . church, Broadway and
Thirty-fifth atreet, at I p. m., when Rev. O.
W. Bnydef. pastor of St.' John' English
Lutheran church, will preach. ' . ' ".
There wfll be no preaching services today
at the Second Presbyterian church. Sunday
school 'will be held at. noon. '
AM persona knowing themselves to b In.
debted to Dunoaa dt Dean or th. Duncan
Sho company ar requested to call sad
sttl at ono. .' . - -,
MALONET'fi . , NEW , LOCATJOW. M
PEARL ST . ; . ..
Big Cwt Qlaaa Hal a LeSert'a.
' Until September' i V. Will sell bur entire
lna of fine cut glass, at one-nfth off the
regular price. ' v-
, For Bale Furniture of twenty-room hotel
In good railroad division point. Price, ISO.
Will rent hotel for $38 on account of -sickness.
1 1 full 'of board era ' Quick sal.
Address D. 6.. Kerr,' M.&roadway, Council
Bluffs. - .- . ' .
-. - - -'.. ' -.
THE MO8T -TTP-TO-DATw RESTAUR
ANT IN COUNCIL BLUFFS. GOOD SA.
VICE AND HOME-COOKING. Th Calif
met restaurant. ISO Broaaway.
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday
to th following: , v' '
Nam and Residence. . . Age.
Thomas Cerovac, Omaha... J3
Mary Brodoiich. Omaha u
William F. Travis, -Bartlett Ia U
Finettl H. Bptbwell, Council Bluff .... 14
Albert F1el-t Council Bluff 14
Arvllla Cheiney. Council Bluff U
For Imported wtne. liquor ' . and . Bud
wler beer go ta L. Rosanfeld. wholal
liquor dealer. II South Main atreet
Cut price on trained picture. C. E.
AUsander, M Broadway.
. MALONET t NK
e EARL ST.
Democrats Wasa Twwashls) Ticket.
For Justice of th Pear's J. K. Cooper,
S- A. Oreene.
For Cbnatables Frapk, Edgar, Chris Jen-
. . For Township Clerk Harry Lushaw.'
For Township Trustees . L. Garretson,
Henry Lueben- ' ' -
rvr Auwnaiiip AiKiavr Y . uuncan
This township ticket wa .placed In nom
ination by the democrat, of Council Bluffs
and Kan township, outside th city, at
th city hall last night : ,
Harvey a Ouren, th party nominee for
Judge cf th superior court, presided, with
Charles F. Paachel as secretary; There was
a full representation of tba various' pre
cincts. ' : H '
Th flrat iormal balloi '.aufflc4 to naia
th Candidate a fortjuaticee of the-peace and
constables. ; Th township nominee - we r
elect by acclamation. . - .
For Justice of : th peace, besides to
nominees, Gaorg Hunter. C Wesley, B..B.
Den tier -and W.- W. Cone were candidate.
N r. Bether ws an -unsucosefnl candi
date for nomination for constable. -
. t)e Week apeelala t l.eer's.
3olld gold, scarf pins, a frne assortment
at H, for one week only.
Nobby scarf pln; best quality; gold
fllled: lor;-for on week. only.
Gentlemen' ribbon fob, elegant styles,
on sale st from P.J8 op.
8ee Leffert' west window. Everything
In the' wlmtow for men.. It will Interest
you men. so don't fill to see It.
, ' LEFFERT'S.
Have .your rooms papered and yoir house
painted In' and outside. This Is Just the
time of the year. You will get It done
right and at the right price. Bnrwtck..Zll
South Main St
Wejrfl Depart are
In stove construction.--. Have yod seen It?
On exhibition at our store. -Cole's new
high oven range. Price. SS.tO. It will In
terest you. Don't fall to see this wonder
ful stove. .Paddock Handschy Hdw. Co.,
(1 So. Main St. -Both 'phones 87.
.N. T.. Plumbing Co. ml. 60. Night MM.
PAT WEEK ; I! BI.VFF8 SOCIETY
Mlgsantmer Heat Ceases a Drop In
Miss Harriett Walker -1 visiting -friends
In IOgan, la. '
Miss L-u DeHaven Is visiting relative
In Albany. Mo.
Mr. Laurence Woodford hat arrived home
from a two. weeks1' visit in Chicago. -
Mr. Harry Longstfeet " of Chics go I9 tn
the city renewing old acquaintances.
Mr. J. Gerke left last week for a two
weeks' vacation In Grand Rapids, Mloh.
'Charlotte McCuskey left Friday for a
visit with relatives neat- Duluth. Minn.
Mr. Clarence Frederlckson left . "Friday
for a visit with relative In De Moines.
Mr. Raymond Rissee of Ksnsair City Is
visiting Mr. John McAteet of First. avenue.
Mr. W. F. Sspp will leave today. for a
visit at hla old home at Mount Vernon, O.
The Misses Mabel 1 Lacy and Madge
Walker are visiting friends In Des Moines.
The Council Bluffs Dramatic club -wilt
give a box party at the iiurwood TuesdaT
evening. . . - .
' Mrs. Charles Norcntt of Chlosgo Is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Fred Carlson, on
Misses Mollis' and' "Ella Huss 'returned'
Friday from a five weeks' sojourn in Colo
Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Allen of Chicago ar
the guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Woodbury
Of Bluff street. ; .
Mrs. T. Si Davis and daughter, Maud,
are home from an outing at Jefferson
- Rev, H. W. Starr and Jam 11 y have ar
rived home from a seven weeks' -outing
at Lake OkoboJI.
Miss Maude Norcott left Friday' for an
extended visit with relatives and friend
in Lo Angeles,-.Cat .. .-..
Mr. Charle J. Sayles and eon, Jackson,
left Wednesday for a trip to Denver, and
other Colorado points, ' ''''
Mrs. Will Heiser of Glen avenue will en
tertain the member of. the Flower mis
sion Thursday- afternoon.
litre. C. Hi ' Cherry of South Seventh
street haa gone for a two weeks' visit with
relatives In FalfDury, Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. W. .R. Orchard of GTidden.
Ia are guest of Mr. a ad Mrs. Dennis
O'Leary of Mynster street- ' .
Mr. L. 1. Butler and. daughter, Joy, 'of
Woodbine., Ia., . are visiting Mra. Jam
Storing of .223 North Twelfth atreet-
Mrs. Donald .Macrae, Jr., and .children
and mother, Mr. H. C. Miller, arrived
homq Friday from their Michigan trip.
Miss Faye Brown entertained about
twenty friends at her country home Thur'
day evening. , Light refreshments were
:Dr. T. - J. Cokers pastor of the First
Methodist church of Clianuie, Kan., J the
f uent of hi brother, C. W.Coker, and
amlly. ,..-, .....
Mr. and' Mr. "A. O. Grahari of Graham
avenue have gone to Manltnj, C0J0., with
the hope of , benefiting Mrs. .Graham'
health. ' -
Mra Charles Fulmer and children of 801
Eighth avenue -ar home from a two
month' visit with relative In Grand Val
ley, Colo. ...
'Miss Lottie MeConnell of 107 Charle
street arrived home from Valparaiso, Ind
where she lately, graduated from the col
lege there. ,
Mr. W. D. Durfe 1 horn from a lx
weeks' outing in. the northesstern part of
the state, where; he was a member of a
camping party. , - .
Mr. and Mrs. - Charles Langmad and
daughtera, Florence : an1 Cecil, are home
from -.t wo weeks" -visit with. Mrs. Lang
made'a sister in Chicago.'
Mr. and Mrs. Irk F,' Hasaad of Lo An
galea, Cal., who ' have been visiting Mr.
Hasead's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Bone of Washington avenue, have returned
home. ' . - 1
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Harding, en routs to
their home at Deniaon, la., from an . ex
tended trip to British Columbia, are th
guests of Mr. Harding's father at 10U7 Sixth
Mrs. Mary E. Brown of Seattle, Wash.,
who has been the guest of her sister, Mr.
Clara G. Brown, of First avenue, ha left
for her hem and will stop en route st St
Paul to visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter I. Smith entertained
at dinner Saturday. Cover were laid for
Mr. Nlchenoc, Mrs. Schannon of Washing
ton D. C, Mr. Frank Cleaver and Dr. J.
H. Cleaver and Ml, snd Mr. Smith.
Th Sorority of th Council Bluff High
school entertained Saturday evening at a
trolling party at the home of Mis Ruth
Felt, 1133 'Bast Pierce street. Light re
freshments wer served on the lawn.
. Mrs. Pag E. Morrison of First avenue
entertained a number of young folks and
their escorts Wednesday at a picnic lunch
at Lake Manawa for her son, Donald Page,
n celebration ot hi birthday anniversary.
Th member of the Little Bridge club
met at the horn of Mrs. F. R. Da Vis; on
South Eighth street, Tueaday afternoon.
The prise wa won b Mr. Charles A.
Bradley. Mis Bullard will be the next
Mrs. 8. 8. Chapmsn of 1.118 South Sixth
street left Saturday for a month's visit In
Virginia. Bh was accompanied by her
daughter. Mr. W. A. Joseph, and son, Tom
of Chicago, who hav been visiting In
Council bluffs for the last two month.
The comic opera "Pinafore" will be given
at th Casino at Lak Manawa next Thurs
day and Friday evening for th benefit of
the Qjuncli Bluff Improvement club.
There are to be several box parties. Be
sides the regular cast there will be several
Th pupil of Mia Maude G. Bell and
Mr. Edna Hen Stroop will give a series of
musicals at their studio, 14 Stutsman
street, Thursday and Friday evenings and
Saturday afternoon, the latter being for
the entertainment of th pupil only and
will be private.
Messrs. Georse Allen of Harlan. Ia.. and
Austin Hopewell of Tekamah, Neb., son
of the republican nominee for lieutenant
governor, ar th guests of Messrs. Carle
ton Woodward and Heed Fllcklnaer. The
four are members of the Kappa Sigma
iraiemity at tn lowa otate university.
Th Mlaae Georgia Mitchell. Opal Good
man. Ellen Organ, Evylene Thomas, Cher
Tie Wells and Edith Butler of Omaha and
the Messrs. Roy DeVol, Roy Wilcox, Bert
Clsrk, Will Schnoor, Morgan Cutler, and
Paul Beaton of Omaha formed a merry
party of picnicker at Lake Manawa Fri
day evening, who afterwards attended the
tioii ciuo aance.
Miss Margaret Keelin of Glen avenue
entertained at an elaborate four course
luncheon Tuesday. The dining room was
tastefully aecorateo wttn garden nowers.
After lunch th guests were amased by a
paper culling contest. Miss rrwncis
Keeiine won tne prise lor the prettiest
tissue - paper bonnet, while Miss Nellie
Ber.ton won th prise for th funniest.
The Jolly Member Kensington club was
entertained at the home of Mra. White of
baugnn street Wednesday afternoon. Th
room wer prettily decorated with white
aud purple asters. The Aral prise was
awarded to Mra Jonee and the consolation
pna to' Mra. -O. C. Brown. Mrs. Whits,
Mrs. Cons and Mra. Hitchcock wer host,
tsaes. Light refreshments were served.
There will be no mors meeting of the club
until September M.
A set of four ha ad soma Japans
fan only IS cent. Iaqulr or
writ Th Northwestern Un."
City efllce. 101-1401 Famam St
DIAMONDS Premier, jjtn acd Dodm ta,
IOWA'S COAL -MINE' OUTPUT
Orsr Sotoo Million Toni Taken Out Puriiur
tho Put Yar. -
MONROE COUNTY IS AT HEAD OF THE LIST
Thtry-va Fatalities aaa" Tare
Tlsaes that Maay InJared. Fall ol
R( Belag Prtatsal Case
la Both Cases.
' (From a Staff Correspondent.)
DBS MOINES, . Aug. 24.-iSpecll.)-Tha
stat mine Inspectors today filed their re
port with Governor A. B. Cummins and It
shows that for the yean ending June 80,
IN, there was 7.017MK6 ton of coal mined
In tha state of Iowa, while " for the year
before there was '1,908.011- tons mined.
Monro county continue to lead the stat
In the amount" of coal mined, having' I
443.8R7 tons, with Polk second with 1JD4.224
tons, and Appanoose third with - l,054,gi.
Mahaska mined 670.178 tons, Jasper I3S.S07.
Marlon 324.9M. Boone 271.505. Wapello 21,0.
704, - Lucas 151.432, Wayne 12J.288. .Webster
112.223, Adams, Warren, Guthrie, Greene,
Taylor, Page, Dallas. Keokuk, Van Buren
and Scott have each less than t&.ooo tons to
their credit. .Appanoose, Monroe. Wsyne,
Taylor, Pag. Adams, Warren, Jasper,
Polk and Greene counties each show an
increased amount of coal mined over the
year before. . The other counties show :a
loss. There were . thirty-seven - fatalities
attendant upon th production of the coal
and the report give a table showing that
for every 1J,H tons of coal mined In the
stat there la one death and three and one
seventh accidents. The state Is divided
Into three 'districts, th southern-part, of
the coal region., which Is In the southern
part of the state, 'making two districts,
and the counties In th northern part of
the. district making the third district
There I one mine Inspector to-each dis
trict Th thirty-seven death were
caused, twenty-four by fall of slate roof
or coal, three by flying coal, five by being
ron oyer by cars, three by premature ex
plosions, One by being crushed between
cars, and one by fall In vat of hot Water.
, Children A boat Mlae.
"According to an opinion given by Attor
ney General Mullen to the mine Inspectors,
children, between the ages of 14 and IS ar
not excluded from working about mines,
except In that feature of the work where
explosives or 1 powder Is used. The law
prohibit chlluren under 14 from doing any
work In or about mines and prohibit chil
dren under IS working 'where 'there Are ex
plosives. It was thought for a time that
a construction could be put on the law
that would, prohibit children under II work
ing about rAlnei because of the' explosives,
but tba attorney general decides that tbl
1 applicable only, to those parts of the
mine wher the explosives are used..
Hvrlnar an .Walker Reqalsltleta.
Oovrnor Cummins ha been 'asked to
grant a requisition for the return of C. H.
Walker, the president of the Omaha 'I'm-
brena, Manufacturing company, to . that
city. . Walker Is now at Sioux City and
Is under arrest held on the charge of em-
bexillng 12,000 of the -funds, of the com
pany. Hla attorney today Informed Gov
ernor Cutrimln that they desired, to be
heard before th requisition Is granted ,nd
the govemdr ha set Monday forenqon as
the tlm for the hearing. It Is understood'
they will claim that he did nothing with
th funds-of the company more than -h
had a legal right to do as president pf the
company. County Attorney Slabaugh of
Omaha will be here to represent the state
of Nebraska. ...
Moae-y far Clarlada, ;' V
Th regular report filed by the. superin
tendent of the Insane hospital at Clarinda
Vlth the Board of Control today make
the request for appropriation by th next
general assembly for 8100,000 for Improve
ments and new buildings about th hos
pital. The request Includes 878.000 for a
cottage for women, 17,000 for a dynamo,
110.000 for contingent fund and repairs,
84,009 for painting, 12.000 for plumbing and
fixtures, $4,000 for sewer and tunnel, $4,000
ror chimney, 84.000 for milk cows, and asks
the purchase of adjoining land.' ' '
Iowa's Rlfl Teasa.
The twenty men who wllj represent Iowa
at the national rifle shoot at Sea Girt next
month. were decided upon late laat night
as a result of th four days' shooting at
the Fort De Molnea rifle range. ' The men
and ' their regiments and their scores out
of a possible 1,000 at various distances are
Lieutenant Bowen, Fifty-third 851
Private Hjldeman. Fifty-sixth ,794
Sergeant Carlson, Fifty-third.... 778
Captain Hlrd, Fifty-fifth; .778
Sergeant Hlldebrand. Fifty-sixth 774
Private Hennesay. Fifty-third 789
Sergeant A. R. Ruehle, Fifty-sixth 77
Lieutenant Gelst Fifty-third , 781
Sergesnt C. N.' Boss, Fifty-fifth." 761
Private Flnkel, Fifty-sixth ; 750
Sergeant Ellsworth, Fifty-sixth 741
Sergeant Johnson. Flftv-fourth .......744
Sergeant Mayo. Flftv-slxth. 739
Sergeant Harms, Fifty-third........ 788
Major Fisher, Fifty-third 78l
Sergeant Gantt. Fifty-sixth 73
Lieutenant Bever, Fifty-fourth 730
Sergeant T. F. Ruehle. Fifty-sixth 71
Sergeant Glenn, Fifty-sixth. 71
Captain Stanley, Fifty-fifth , 71$
1 Candidate tajared. .
Information ha reached thl city that
Joe Allen, senatorial nominee of th repub
lican party in the Pocahontaa-Humboldt-Buena
.Vlata district and a resident of Po
cahontas county, had his leg broken a fsw
days ago In a runaway. '
Contract la Few Days. .
It Is expectod by the But Board of Con
trol that th contract for th erection of
th custodial hall for boys at th Glen-
wood School for Feeble Minded will be let
In a" few days. Th bids ar all In and
opened and th figures tabulated and con
tract drawn up.
Bower la Literary Bareaa.
Chairman Woods of th republican state
central committee today appointed G. E
Bower, editor of th Sioux County Her
ald, published at Orange City, to hav
charge ef th literary bureau for the cam
paign. Mr. Bowers Is one of th mot
forceful writer among th republican edl
tor of th state.
1 Mtstot Ceaveatlea Called.
ONAWA. Ia.. Aug. 26. (Special.) The
republican county convention of Monona
county waa called yesterday by J. A
Prltchard. county chairman. Th conven
tion 1 to meet at Onawa September II
at 1:80 p. m. to nominate candldatea for
representative, auditor, treasurer, clerk, re
corder, sheriff, superintendent, coroner, sur
veyor, three members of th board of su
pervisor. There ar 174 delegates in all,
and already a lively scramble Is develop
ing for th nomination. Th only promt
nent candidate for representative men
tlo-led are Wlll.C. Whiting, democrat, the
present incumbent and E. M. Ca seedy
hla business partner, and brother-in-law,
who th republican ar disposed to select.
In the event of Csssady nomination
Whiting will not be a candidate. It looks
as though th firm of Casaady A Whiting
controlled both end of th representative
gati thl year.- -.
Alt . . T .
ALBIA, la.. Aug. 26 Two men. were ar
rested, for the alleged ' forgery of three
checks 00 th Black Diamond Jtor of Ol
tumwav A. eearrh of th house of on of
tb man brought to light $200 worth ot the
alleged purlou ; .checks. ;Tr, 1 JjbOO
worth -of almHar check tn the hand ot
lwa Jleve Kate.
CBDAR RAPIDfl-Chrlstlan Springer died
here yesterday from the effects of the heot.
Thorn ss tiksla was also rendered uncntv
sclous for twenty-four hours.
ATLAKTIC -Crickets and mosqultoe are
So thick here that It is almost impossible
to stsy out of doofs st night, and the
mnsouito bites ere proving very poisoning.
especially to children, severs! esses of local
blood poisoning developing from their bites.
I.KWIB Two serious accidents-are re
ported he-e. John' loty ran a flsh hook
Into his hand and had to have th Instru
ment cut out by .a doctor. There Is fear of
blood poisoning. Rernlre Elliott was seri
ously -alded by the overturning f a ketMe
of water with, which- she was going to
pics a cmcsen.
OTTUMWA Heart-broken river thevcon-
duct of her lover, H. R. Sargent, Miss Hsrn.
nouser, sn is-year-oia gin. sutmpteo sui
cide yesterday by shooting herself with a
revolver. Sargent is under arrest charged
with obtaining money under false pre
tenses. He Is said tn hare pawned a watch
belonging to Jils sweetheart.
IOWA CITY Blanche Krall - a -vear-old
girl In Newport township, was sccMentslly
stkh yesterusy oy ner nrotner, r rnnx, wno
discharged a shotgun's contents at her.
Fortunately the shell contained bowder
alone, or her head would have been blown
off. As it wasahe wss burned behind the
T-nr niiu io nt-pn waa uurneu uu ner iru
hand. . "
HAMBURG While Mr. and Mrs. John
Dmikoff were riding with several of their
grandchildren the harness broke as they
were Journeying down a hill. The tongue
of the carrlnge ran Into the ground nd
threw the, cafrlhg completely over. The
carriage was badly broken and all of the
occupants were injured, none seriously ex
cepting John Dnukoff, who is very low.
HAMBURG While Walter Hirkley was
bony putting corn in the crib from a wagon
his-Iltfle boy met with an accident that
msy cripple him for life. Mr. Blrkly was
using an elevator to handle the corn and
the little boy was playing around on the
platform, when his trouser leg wa canght
on a nut of the tumbling rod, breaking and
crushing the bone of his foot, ankle and
lower part Of hla leg. Th lea mav be
saved. 1 .
ATLANTIC Firebugs are undoubtedly at
work in Atlantic. . There have been three
barn fires In a week, and all In the same
neighborhood. Before two of the fires a
smsll boy was seen to hsve left the barns
that were burned. The first attempt at
arson did not prove successful, the Doll
bnrn being discovered on fire In time to
put It out. The next day the Cfirlstenson
hern, right across the alley, humed to the
ground and the day following the Lvons'
bnrn, next to thl one, was badly damaged.
Arrests msy follow soon.
SIOUX CITY Because Gustav Dreger, a
witness, who came from Pierce. Neb., with
Relnhold Maass and Ena Maass, cousins,
to help them marry, declared he wouldn't
take anybody' word to how old the girl
was, the wedding was stopped. Gustave
grit to thinking about the wedding and the
words of his father, who told him never
to swear to anything of which he wasn't
absolutely sure, cs me back tn him nnrt he
doggedly refused to swear slthnugb he said
ne naa known ner -for th last thirteen
years. . "I couldn't know how old she-was
unless I was there when she was born," in
sisted the boy. 80 the wedding was post
poned, as no other person here knew the
The Gentle Cynic
The trouble about being rich Is 'that you
are apt to have a. pate de fold grae appe
tite, and one of those milk-toast stomachs.
Love, like a kitten. Is born blind, but It
soon gets Its. eyes Opened... . -
There wouldn't! be so many sinners, tt
people struggled - to get- Into heaven as
they do to get Into society.
When 'prosperity with us the pessi
mist goes ahead announcing . that this, is
positively the farewell appearance. '
' Four-fifth of the human body I water.
and in woman It consist of unshed tears.
Many a man would rather be on the level
than climb upward. .
Egotism aod discontent are not on speak
None are. so- blind as those who have no
object In View.
It Is pretty tough on the fatted calf that
It should hav to suffer for the sins of the
prodigal son,. -
Treat '4 man like a dog and he will act
like one. t
Even marriage doesn't take the conceit
out of some men.
A woman haa lets logic than a man, but
Th fellow who-courts trouble generally
ends by marrying It. ' x'
The social climber prefers a family tree.
A bad penny always turn up, and then
It generally costs - us a pretty penny.
New York Times..
Ftshlagr sal Camaiaa Rate to Clear
' . Lake, la.. Via Chicago Great
For parties of ten or more, on far and
one-third for th round trip, good for ten
days.' Tickets on sal dally until Septem
ber 80. ' For further Information apply to
IL II. Churchill, O. A., Ul$ Farnam St
'Doctor," asked the caller with th badly
Inflamed eye, "what will It coat to take this
grain of sand out of my yT"
1 shall probably hav to Charge you $6
for the operation,"' said th eminent oculist.
The easiest way to be sure y
of a comfortable trip is to
get a ticket for one of the j
Rock Island's ; fine through v
trains leaving Omaha.
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Iowa Limited -
"J can earn" It chewier than that," re
Joined; the; either, turning tn his ' heel anif .
walking out'' 1
Thus, owing to the greed of both parties,
another prospective desl In real estate cam
to naught Chicago Tribune.
WEST SMASHES TOMATO RING
yadleate Absorbed More Tha a It
Coald Carry and Fatal Rap
Only the commercial resource of th
middle west which the promoter of the
syndicate did not think worthy of consid
eration, prevented the success of a daring
attempt to corner the tomato market which
was started several -months ggo -In th
heart of the tomatexrannlng section. Hart
ford county. Maryland.' St. ioula Would
have been vitally affected by the cornet,
had it been successful, as two of the largest
dealers In tomatoes tn the city had stored
in their warehouse vast surplus storks af,
the vegetable, which they held ln expec.tsv
tlon of a raise,"-" '
The output of, nerby canneries was con
tracted for for some time to come, and
had the corner1 been tffected the prlc t.f
the canned product to the consumer would
hav wone from 10 rents a can, th present
price to a muob higher figure,-
When, a short, time ego, JI was Seen "by
the local operators that the corner .would
not be a success, the stocks ' were thrown
on, the market. As 'a result,, th. present
wholesale prtce of tomatoes I low.
It Is estimated that 48.000,000 cans of to
matoes wer held by the firm la th syn
dicate. The principal Arm Interested was
Smith, Rause Webster "of ' Belatr, Hart
ford county. Md. With them wer asso
ciated th largest dealers of the cities of
the country. The capital Invested at on
time In th attempt was In excess of $4,500,
Estimates of th loss suffered by th
trms Involved range from $750,000 to $1,000.
000. The larger part Of this lost will b
born by th cannerlsa, which war Induced
to enter the syndl.-a'.. Financial ivthorl
tles predict that several failures will fol
low the breaking tt the coiner.
The headquarters if the ytnll'a; wer
In Maryland. When the firms thought
that the stock whl-n they held wer
large enough to give them the control f f
the market they ra'sed (hn price.! in th
east. Almost Immediately the wetrn
canneries who were rot -n tk eyndlcat
made large 1 h'.pment to the' enet and.
forced the the price heck to '. former
point. The syn.llcnte v.is In need of ctsh
to meet the obllritlois which had tien
Incurred, snd wss forc-jd t-i sell Its sur
plus at the prov.iilin.t market prices.
Dealers well In touch wttn the situation
predict that a lirje tnv-:M in th num
ber of western -mnnerlM uiU follow th
failure of the corner-Kt IjiuIs Republic.
If you have anything to trade kdvertrs
It In the For Exchange column of Th
Be Want Ad page.' -
OCT OF THE ORDINARY.
' The smallest of all European bird 1 th
golden-crested wren of Fngland. It tske
about seventy-two of them to weigh a.
It Is estimated thnt there are 77n,W,tt
postal cards used annually In the United
States, while Oermsny uses 1.161,000,000 and
Great Britain 818.000,000.
Jacob Berg of Philadelphia has Just taken
out the first set ot.nstiirallxation papers In
order to become a cltlsen. Mr. Berg is 78
yesrs old and ha lived In this country
thirty-eight years, but has not wanted to
be a voter until now.' . . .
The liquidator appointed by the French
government to manage the property of tha
Carthusian monks sold by suction recently
the trade mark of the Grande Chartreuse,
together with the right to reproduc th
form of the bottle.- The trade mark real
ised $125,000. -
The oldest Mason In years and In point Of
membership in the United State will cele
brate on September 6 his lOSth birthday
and the eighty-first anniversary of his en
trsnce Into Mssonry. Always carrying his
cane and wearing a high hat, which gives
him the appearance of a venerabi om
preacher. James Bellows McGregor Is a
familiar figure on the streets of Newport,
N "H i - -
On the Kabakon. a email Island" In th
Bismarck archipelago In the South e
may be seen two German professor, atlng
Zr cocoanut and olad only n lolii elhi
Th founder of this simple life colony I
Prof. Hnsleheart of .Munich and Erlangen
universities. A chronic Invalid from his
childhood, he determined to trv the fruit
cure He was Joined fifteen month aga
by his companion. Dr. A. Bethmann.
Evidently the weather in Mexico is vary
hot This alone can account for th story
which comss from there ot the discovert of
a Ink of quicksilver three acres in extent
Snd from fifteen to fifty feet deep. Th
Take conveniently located on a mountain
ton and th mountain will be tunneled and
he nulcksllver allowed to run out. ' It ta
accounted for by th theory that volonlo
Eon .melted great beds of cinnabar .ora
and the quicksilver settled In a depression.
This discovery ought to cheapen the prlc
of thermometers. - ' . .
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