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THE -OMAHA SUNDAY DEE: . SEPTEMBER .2r 190rt.
NEWS OF INTEREST' FROM IOWA
Office, 10 Pearl
Mion mextioi. .
. Davis, drugs.
Ptockert sells carpets. ' '
Pint engraving ar tieffert'a. '
Ed Rogers' Tony Faust beer.
Oet thoaa naw photo at Bchraldt'a.
Plumbing and heating, Blxby A Bon.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phono 7.
Woodrltig Undertaking company. Tal SSI.
Picture framing.- C. E. Alexander, 35S
DIAMONDS A8 AN INVESTMENT.
TALK TO LEFFKRT. ABOUT IT- , -George
Hoagland haa the Kansas Shall
brick. All hard brick. Get hla prlcea.
Bee Stephen Bros, for fire brick and lira
clay, aewer pipe, fittings and garden hoa.
WANTED. POT TO LKARN THR TIN
NER'S TRADE. SWAINE MAUEK,
S30 WEST BROADWAY.
SltE HUNTER'S SPECIAL IN SILK
BOA. JCBT THE THINO FOR COOL
tiVK.NTSG. VEHlf STrLJSH EFFECTS.
OET YOUR (ItRSOV PtrTVTtlM
FRAMED WITH BEAUTIFUL FRAMEb;
16 TO.H CENTS, BORWICK. til SO.
MAIN.. ... .
I pay lit per ton for cast Iron; mixed,
$10: etove, g; rage, mo per Ib.t rubber,
7ci copper, 14c per lb. J. Ksteiman, 0j
Main, both 'phones $19.
Wa wholesale Ice eieam. .Shipped to ar.y
part ef the atate. Special prlcea to lha r ;
tall trade I Muecl, til Weat Broadway.
Council Bluffa, la. Tel. I4.
Wa have the fineat Una of aample mon-i-menta
to select from In the weat. Sheeiey
A Lane Mnfblq and Oranite Works, ill
liaut Broadway, Council Bluffa, la.
Don't' fall to aee the Cola's New High
Oven range. Wonderful departure. See It
1UL e"re. You will be interested. Pad
dock Hanrtmhy Hardware company,
H. S. Campbell, a conductor on the
Northweatern living at 23 Sixth avenue,
haa been appointed trainmaster for the
Council BIufTa and Omaha division with
headquarters In this city.
Fall opening Western Iowa college, M er--rlam
block, Council Bluffs, lav Mondav,
August IT.. English, Normal. Bookkeeping
and Hhorthand departments. Send for m
catalougues. Both 'phone.
The hearing of William Hughe's, alias
"Sleepy Willie, ' the negro charged with
the theft of-a watch from tne residence
of J, W, Otto, was continued In police
court yesterday until Tuesday next.
Carnival Is here; fall la here; Hicks' new
fall goods are here; as fine a line as ever
came to the city. Please call and be con
vinced before -buying that I can deliver
the goods Jn up-to-date atyle and shapes.
B. 8. Hicks. '
Joe Bennett, alias Bert Swisher, who was
arrested at Olenwood, Is... Friday, having
la hla possession a bicycle stolen from Bax
ter Green of this city, was yesterday bound
over to await the action of the grand Jury
by Police Judge Scott.
The following Iced drlnka and 'Ice crVam
will be served all this week at the Clark
Drug company's: Madja, frosen phosphate.
Blberian nip. eiaoraao aunaae, iropioai sun-'
dae, Carmencita - kiss, southern beauty,
American sundae and Greenland Iceberg.
Perry Ford, who claims to be purchasing
agent of the Winnipeg, Yankton A Out!
railroad, and Is charged with cheating by
false pretenses In connection with the
purchase of a typewriter from tin -Omaha
arm. had hla -hearing continued In police
sourt yesterday until Tuesday, as he de
rirea to secure the services of an Omaha
The members' of Council Bluffs ' Brick
layer'' union No. giwlll take part In Mon
day morning's parade. They will wear
white trousers, shirts and capa and carry
pennanta bearing ' the - Inscription "We
helped to build Council Bluffs." After the
parade the members will go to Lake Man
aw with their families, where they will
have a basket picnic In the afternoon at
A. Metssras Cat.
Naw Location ot Wholesale Bakery,
. lit Hamate Street, Co, Bluffs, la.
" Home-made Bread a Specialty.
Visitors Welcome. . ; .
,800 acres good farm land la eastern Colo
rado, lb per acre and up; no irrigaU.oa re
quired. Can rate all kinds of smaii grain,
lad com.. A few good homesteads Join
aur lands. Bend for pr'.aK ...aUer, . F. C,
Lougee, lM Mala street. Coiner. Pluffa, la.
PEARL BT. ,
NEW LOCATION, M
Ja Makes Enltr Aaslgnnteat.
The March term ot 'district court, which
began March SO, time lo-ercloa yesterday
when Judge Macy, after making "an as
signment of equity cases for the first week
ef the August terni, which wfll be convened
September 10, adjourned court to that date.
The following la the assignment:
. Monday, September 10 Blaine against Cll-
lett et al. i proDaie, esiai neme owicnBru,
Tuesday. Sentember 11 Shields against
.Tmbaugh et al.; Masa againat Burmelater
(special): Man against Tlmm (special).
Wednesday, September 13 Koona agalnat
quire et al.: Jackson agalnat Jackson.
Thursday, September 13 Bailsman against
Lisbon lnaurartce company; Norman against
Kormaa. , , ? . ,
Friday, Beptemoer. il Benjamin againsi
Everett (conditional); Ayleaworth against
Saturday, September 15 Barton against
city of Council Bluffs. .
Monday, September 17 Co-operative
Gertrude C. Anderson, Council Bluffs.... 18
Maloney; Bergen agalnat Bergen.
' Tuesday, September 18 Konigmaeher
against Otis, administrator estate of John
! . . rr gal. '
' Medium and high grade ewing machlnea.
I cany a large )ln of th latest improved
- machlnea. ..1 have machine ranging In
prlca.from ups Can furnish machlnea
that make both lock and chain atltrh. I
ell the finest and only perfect rotary shut,
tie machine . now on the market. I tell
machines on easy payments with liberal
discount for 'Cash. All machlnea taken to
your home for trial. I .repair all make ef
maehlne. keep eeedles, oil and part of
machine; , have had twenty-six years' at
experience' In aewlng machine, all In
Council Bluff. Com In and see my goods
and figure with me. I veil Edison and Vic
tor ' talking' machlnea" and ' carry" a ' large
ttocli pC records. Ind. 'phone 107-Red; Bell
'phene. Red. 11157. 8. M. Williamson. 17
outh Mm. '
,.'.. At I.eCert's.
The newest in braoeleta, comba, lockets,
sbalns and pins, Juat received.
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday to
Name and Residence. Age,
f. . Russell, Omaha
baa lAinunga, umus
Cheater Bar r. Dayton, D.
Carrie Hansen, Minoqua, Wis
A L. Van Leer. Clarks. Neb
Eva Walton. Clarks. Neb...
Walter Feldt, Council Rluffs
Sertrud C Andersen. Council Bluff.
. Swansod Music company, ' 407 West
Broadway the place where you will find
k splendid assortment of planoa to select
from. Conovere, Cab lea, Schubert and
bUBgabury'f. All -clean, new good. Prlcea
and 'term to ault every person- We think
It a good house to deal with.
and holiday good coming
If you are looking forward to your sum
mer's outing you will need a few vacation
aeceaaltlea; if .yo are going camping . 'With
a areatl party you will want a few dellca
else; if you are going to a picnic you will
want . your "basket filled with "good thing
to aat.. Sandwiches olives, picklaa, oakea,
cheeee, fruits, a cold bottle ef ginger al
sr root beer la fact McAte baa every
thing necessary . to fill a dainty ' lunch
basket aad th best the market aHorda.
St. Tel. 43.
PARADE PLANS ARE READY
Major Riohmond tad CeercUrj Reed of
Oommtroiil Club Complete Plana.
tXPECTED TO START AT TEN O'CLOCK
Marr Will Ride at Ike Head, Fol
lowed by be Oraad Marshal aad
Platoon t Police, Msrefclngr
- - gnnth na Pearl.
Major Oeorge .il. Richmond, chief of
police, who will act aa grand marshal of
the parade Monday morning, with Secretary
Reed of the Commercial club, arranged last
evening the formation of the parade and
other particulars In connection with the
demonstration attendant on the opening of
the street fair and carnival.
These have, been selected by Major Rich
mond to act as hit aide: John A. Keellne,
chief of ataff; Rev. James O May. Frank
Haas, Dr. 8. T. Miller and Peter Peterson.
The parade will form at 10 o'clock and
tbis will be the line of march:
South of -Pearl street to Sixth - avenue;
east on Sixth avenue to Main street; north
on Main street to Broadway; earn on Broad
way to First Street; north on First street
to Washington- avenue; west on Washington
avenue to Bryant street; south on Bryant
atreet to Broadway; west on Broadway to
Eighth street, where the column will dis
The. column will form a follows:
"Hon. D. Maerea, 1r., Mayor.
Oeorge H. Richmond, Marshal and Aides.
Platoon of Police, flight Resting on First
Avenue East of Pearl.
1 4Jovlt s Rand.
Dodge Light Guards. Right Resting on First
Avenue &Mt of Pesri.
City Officials in Carriages Will Form on
West Side of Pearl Street.
Danish. Societies Will Form on Pearl Street,
Right Resting on First Avenue.
Modern Woodmen Will Form on Willow
Avenue East of Pearl. Right Resting
All Ibor Organisations Will Form on
Fifth Avenue, Right Resting on Pearl.
Nonpareil Force Will Form on Fifth Ave
nue Between Pearl and Main.
Girls' end Boys' Cavalcade Will Form on
Heart Street In Front of Library.
Nebraska Telephone Company Will Form
on Willow Between Sixth and Seventh.
Maloney'a Brigade Will Form on Willow
Avenue, Right Resting on Seventh.
Commercial Club Will Form on First Ave
nue Between Pearl and Sixth Street.
Automobiles Will Form on Pearl Street Ba-
' tween Broadway and First Avenue.
The Merrlam Block Division Will Be As
signed to a Place In the line
The Fire Department Will Form on Seventh
Street Between Willow and . .
All Floata and Wagons Will Porra on Sixth
Avenue, Right Resting on Main Street,
Those First on the Ground Taking
- the Right.
Plana for Deaieeratle Rally.
At a largely attended meeting -of local
Memoerata last evening committees were
appointed and other preliminary arrange
ments made . for the democratic rally to
be held la this city Tuesday, September
18, when Hon. Claude R. Porter of Cen
terville, democratic nominee for governor,
will be the principal speaker. These are
the committees: - ..-.. ,
On Arrangements Louis Zurmuehlen,
On Finance A. W. Caaady, chairman,
W. H. Schura, with power to add to their
num ber. ... ;
On Publicity and Traneportatlon-i-w.
B. fteed. chairman; Hon. Victor Jennings,
H. W. Binder. H. P. Barrett, O. D. Todd,
Ertieat Paculley, W. H. Lynchard.
On Speakera Emmet Tlnley, chairman;
Join P. Organ. ,
On Reception Mayor D. Macrae, Jr.,
chairman; and fifty-seven others.
While the plana for the rally have as
yet only been outlined it la proposed to
hold two or more meeting during the
day; on In the Dodge Light i Guard
armory, one In the open air at Fourth and
Broadway and possibly one la the opera
house or some other hall.
' Wktn iaall I Bar Mr OrMerixt
WT! ANSWER THIS QUESTION. FIRST,
WHERE PRICES ARB RIOHT; SEC
OND, WHERE THE GOODS ARE FRESH
AND FIRST. CLASS; ' THIRD, WHERE
TOU WILL RECEIVE COURTEOUS AND
HONEST TREATMENT. WE FULLFIL
THE ABOVB REQUIREMENTS IN EV
ERT RESPECT. GIVE US A TRIAL OR
DER AND. WE ARB SURE TOU WILL
BE OUR REGULAR CUSTOMER. JOHN
OLSON. 711 W. BROADWAT.
Get ready for the carnival.
Special prlcea on belt a. bags, fancy para
sols, white akirta and shirt waist wits,, at
. Board of Edaeatlon Crltlelaed.
The action of the Board of Education in
removing all (the Bell telephone from th
public echoole and Installing, In their place.
thoe of the Independent company, la be
ing crltlelaed by patron and teacher of
the schools. This criticism haa been ac
centuated by the receipts) by the teacher
of letter from the officer of the Independ
ent Telephone compaqy Informing them of
the action of the board and suggesting that
thla may b of sufficient Interest to them
to warrant aubacrlblng for telephone aer-
vice of the Independent company. En
closed with the telephone company' letter
la one from Oeorge W. Weaterdahl, presi
dent of the Boasd of Education, who says:
"Th 'phonea taken out are being replaced
hy the 'phone of the Independent Tele
phone company, and 'therefore, the public
schools and those connected therewith can
only be reached by the Independent telephones-."
The teacher do not take kindly to thla
plan of th Board of Education to boost
th Independent Telephone company. A
large majort.'y of the teacher and patron
of th achooU have the Bell telephone In
their house anct the action of the Board
of Education now place them In a position
where they cannot communicate with th
schools or the management by telephone
unleaa they Install the Independent ocm
pany's 'phones In their homes.
A business man In speaking of the action
of the schood board yesterday said: "In
such .mattera a thla the board ahould not
discriminate or act as boosters for pn
company agalnat another. Th fact that
several membera of the Board Qf Educa
tion are director or. Interested la the Inde
pendent company makes the thing look al)
the worse, at least on the urface."
THE MOST UP-TO-DATE RESTAUR
ANT IN COUNCIL BLUFFS. GOOD SER
VICE AND HOME COOKING. The Calu
met restaurant. tt Broadway.
CENTRAL FLOUK 81.lt. Every aatk
warranted Central Grocery and Meat Mar
ket. Both 'phone 24.
N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. 264. Night Ll.
. Class Water Tank Break.
A wooden tank with glaa aids which
had been erected on the carnival grounds
for th exhibition ta he-given by Prof.
Kelly, the water king, gave way when
partly filled with water yesterday morning.
TJi strain on th plat glaaa side proved
toe great knd one aide of th glaaa broke
with a loud explosion.
Pieces of the ahttered glaaa flew In . all
direction. One large. Jagged piece atrurk
Fred TrauUnan, an 11-year-old boy, sua
of the proprietor of the 'St. Joe house on
South Msln street, severing -a tendon In the
back part of his f.wt. iThe boy wsa car
ried to the office of a nearby physician,
where it wa found necessary to place sit
stitches to close the wound. He was later
removed to hla home. It will be three weeks
before the boy can use his foot, and the
little fellow was greatly concerned be
cause he would miss the street- fair. Toung
Trautman was standing at lesst twenty-five
feet from the tsnk when the glass broke.
Special carnival prlcea this week. Watch
All person knowing themselves la be
Indebted to Duncan A Dean or the Duncan
Shoe company are requested to call and
aetUe at' one.
COMMERCIAL ME HAVE BIO TIME
Oeod Atteadaace aad Plenty of ftparf
The annual picnic and outing of the local
council, t'nlted Commercial 'Travelers,
brought oat a good and exceedingly -merry
crowd to Lake Manawa yesterday after
noon and evening. A varied program Of
races and other contest was held In the
Uttle park at the rear of the Fish and
Oame club's ' quarters, some of tha con
tests, aa will be seen by the summary, be
ing of 4. unique and amusing character.
After the sports the merrymaker enjoyed
a 'basket lunch and then dancing In the
clubhouse until time to return home. '
The following la tile list of winners In
the several contests: m
Roys and girls (under' V years! race:
Tom Smith wont Helen Smith second. -
Women's egg race: Hassl Covert won,' Ev
elyn Edgerton second.
Members' footrace:' Page Morrison won.
W. J. Johnson ktoiiiI.
Women's ball throwing contest: Evelyn
Edgerton won, Hasel Covert second.
Cracker eating contest: Mre. Charle'
Woodford won, Page Morrison aecond, Al
Youngest married woman on grounds: Mre.
Heaviest member' wife: . Mrs. 3. W.
Kelly won, Mrs. C W. Watts. second.
Collar and necktie rsce: Page Morrison
won. George Dtinree second.
'Members' wives footrace: Mrs. -Oeorge
Dupre won, Mrs. C. L. Hutehens second.
Heaviest member on grounds with slim
mest wife: J. F. Helwlg won, W. W. Os
Largest family on grounds: J. F. Helwlg.
Olrls (under 11 years) footrace: Maria
Helwlg won, Mlldren Fleming aecond, Hasel
Young women s footrace: Hasel Covert
won, Evelyn Edgerton aecond, Abble Ed
If you want a Srat das - hand-made,
nobby harness drop In and see . "Van
Brunt." A new consignment Just in.
Everything on head' from pony harness to
the heaviest team harness. Prices light.
At Leert'e, .
Special carnival prlcea this week,
our window. ...
At the Flrt Presbyterian church. Rev.
Marcua P. McClure, paator, there will be
preaching art-vice at 10:30 a. m. and 7:
p. m. In the morning the pastor will take
aa the aubject of his sermon "Labor Day
and the Church." HI theme In the evening
will be "Demetiiua, Shrine Builder." Bible
achool will be held at noon and meeting
of the Christian Endeavor society at 6:90
p. m. All member are dealred to come to
the first meeting of the new church year,
aa today I consecration Sunday.
Rev. E. E. Mack of Prescott, . Ia., , will
preach at th Second Presbyterian church
both morning and evening. Sunday school
wUI be at 1:46 a. m. and meeting ot Chris
tian Endeavor society, at 7 p. m.
Flret Chiirch of . Christ, Scientist, will
hold service at 11 a. m. ia Temple Em
manuel on North Seventh street.) when th
Subject - will lie - 'Substance." Sunday
school will be at 12:1 p. m. and th regu
lar midweek testimony meeting . Wedues-
y evening at o'clock. .' .
Second Church of Christ. Sciential will
hold aervlc at 10:48 a. m., In Woodman
hall In the Merrlam block, when the Sub
ject will be. "Substance.". . Sunday achool
will be at U: 46 a. m. and the usual mid
week testimony meeting .Wednesday even
ing at 7:4g o'clock.
St. Paul's Episcopal church. Rev. ft. W.
Starr, rector. Twelfth Sunday after Trlnr
'T: boly communion; 10:80 a. m.,
holy communion and sermon; 11. m Sun
day school and Bible class; I p. m., even
ing prayer and sermon. At .the morning
service Mr. Longstrect will alng Campion
"The Ninety and Nine" for the offertory.
In the evening Mrs. W. W.' Sherman and
Mia Emily Rutherford will sing th duet,
"Sun of My Soul." .
Swedish Lutheran church. Rev. B. N.
Ollm. paator. " There will be no morning
services, but In the evening at I o'clock
Rev. r. N. Swan berg of Omaha will oc
cupy the pulpit. Sunday achool will b at
The Sunday school of the' Flret Baptist
church will meet at noon at the Bhugart
building. 87 Pearl street, owing t th
church undergoing repair.
At LraraH's. .
8pecial carnival prices thla week,
our window. .
SPECIAL. ROCKER. SALE. . SEE 8A,T.
PLE8 IN OUR WTNDOW. KELLER.
FARNSWORTH FURNITURE CO.
Real Katiat Transfer.
Tha transfer wiir reported to The Bee
September 1 by the Title Guaranty and
iruat company of Coancil Bluffs:
H, W. Binder and wife to Mathew
Tlnley. lot 8 m elock J la Curtl and
Ramaey s addition to Council Bluffs, "
la. w. d , .JlffJO
John WehrH and wife to Robert Boua-
neia, pari nwne4 J-7S-44. w. d...'.
Elva Mills to. Belle McKinlev. ror
neia, part nw)ne4 1-74-44. w. d...'. X.OOt
mini io. riene Mctuniev. tari
awWawU 81-78-43. w. d
osrun ran ena ffiusoana to Martin p.
Schmidt, lot ii 7-8-22 and 28 In-block
St and lot.fi In. block 80 In Central
subdivision In Council Bluff, la.
w. d . ana
r. j. uiuiwsih wile to Julia Cisw-
son. lota t and In block U In lien
son flret addition to Council Bluffs.
la. w. a.. ina
aiane Anairun io Aaoipn Ander
sen, BVseH and ae44ne 80-7S-41. w. d.
J. P. Fall et al. to Henry Ewitchler.;
lot 17 In Mock SO In Central subdi
vision in Council B1ufr,i Ia. a. e. L...
J. P. Fall et al. to J. J. .Taylor, iota
8-84-3 and M In block 28 and lot 82
In block 80 In Central subdivision ta
Council Bluffs. Ia. a c. d
J. P. Fall et al. t Mlna Deltehler,
lota 10-11-12 and U la block 89 and
lota 8-4 and 1 In block 80 in Central
subdlvli ion la Council Bluffa. Ia..
q. c. d '.....: r... 1
Four transfers, total ....;.,..47,8u4
. Mast a a).! -
Must lell dwelling. Haa Ave room, city
water. 1 on car line and "rent for 88 per
month; alwaya rented. TL 1. ' Charles T.
Officer, ll Broadway.
NEW LOCAtiON, SI
Christian Pnnaral fa Chlannaaa.
Ah Cured, a Chinaman, aged 87 year,'
died yeaterday morning at the residence of
his cousin, John Sankes, 46 North Main
trt Death wa due to tuberculosis.
La Ab Cured, whoa, naste wa . pro
nounced Lee Cue. I th Art Chinaman to
die and be burled in thla eityv -. For yeara
hla cousin. John Sankee, a convert to th
Baptist church of thla city, waa th only
resident Chinaman m Council Blaffa. I
Ah Cured cams to this city about a year
ago and mads hi home with hla cousin.,
Th funeral was held yesterday after
noon from the Wood ring undertaking
raama and . burial wa in Falrvlew cam-
etery. At first It was desired to have tne
funeral rites conducted by a Chinese priest,
but none was found available and the ser
vices were conducted according to the
Christian church by Rev. g. J. Carter of
this city. A number of the members of
the Chinese colony In Omaha were In
attendance and at the grave they Carried
out as far as possible the customs of their
country. La Ah Cured had been Iri the
I'nlted State about twenty yeare.
The bet watch and Jewelry repslrlng In
For Imported wines, liquors and Bud
welser beer go to L. Rosenfeld. wholesale
liquor dealer, C1I South Main atreet.
Onardaaaen Off for Riley.
The Fifty-sixth regiment, Iowa National
Guard, mobilised In this city yesterday
afternoon at the Union Pacific transfer
fromwhere. In a specTal train of two aoc
tlons.'lt started for Fbrt'Rfley last even
ing ovr the Union Pacific.
The twelve companlea of the regiment
are from the following towne: Company
A, Mason City: Company B, Ida Grover
Company C, Webster City; Coropsny D,
Rock Rapids; Company E, Sheldon; Com
pany F, Algona; Company O, Fort Dodge;
Company II, Sioux City; 1 Company 1,
Boone; ' Company K, Etrrmef shurg: Com
pany . L. Sioux City; Company M, Sac
City. - ..'''
Colonel ' William B. Humphrey of Doe
Molnea was In command."
The hosottal corps. In charge of Dr.
Macrae, Jr.. which waa organised In this
city, accompanied the regiment.. The
vised roster of the hospital' corps Is:
Dr. Donald Macrae, Jr., major eurgeoh;
Flret Lieutenant Murphy, SaSux C'ty,
assistant snrgeon: First Lieutenant Gor
don, Emmelsbtirg. esaltant surgeon;
first-class sergeant. Merle Warner; second
class sergeant, James Macrae. Jr.; pri
vates, Edward W. Reynolds, rook- Jasper
Bin, rU ru v . nr mmi", s. ' " ' i i
N. Kim. Charles B,. Arnoio, owii; Pern- ,
rural, .'i nomas c. Lrficejr, nimiiriu v..
Mayne. Jame Nlcoll, Jr., Jay Still. Oalt
Oarretsont L. H. Bolton, Thomas Hardin,
At. fajerfe ,
' See the .new Blslght. one piece double
vision lense", guaranteed to give satisfac
tion. ' ' , '
Have your room papered and your house
painted In and outside. This Is Just the
time of th year. Tou will get It dona
right and at the tight price. Borwlck, HI
South Main St. . .
Labor Day Honrs at PostolBee.
, These hours will prevail at the postofflcc
on Monday, Labor day:
Stamp window, general delivery window
and money order department will be open
from 8 until M a. m. Carrier will make
but one delivery, leaving the postofflce at
a. m.' There will be a business collec
tion made In the afternoon, carrier leaving
the office at 1 p. m. and a collection In
the evening, rarrter leaving the poatofllco
at 7 p. m. There will be no delivery by
rural free delivery carrier.
The public library "til be closed all day
Monday. Beginning today the library will
be open on Sundays from' 2 to p. m.
Be W. B. Hewetson' fall opening display
of picture and wall paper. New style In
wall paper. The latest pictures by Reming
ton, Oesall. Carlson, Smith, Christy, and
Kw Hawk lr ttnlval.
A feature of the band ooncecta at th
treet fair and carnival will be the new
Carnival Queen march composed . fpr the
carnival by Jullu Thlele .of the , Krug
theater. Omaha. Director Cpvait win
open each conoert during the entire week
wltlr hi march aad at .the close or, tne
carnival U will be dedicated to th young
woman who la ehoeen Queen of tBa Car
nival- . , . '
The reason why Hafer doe th buelnesa
la that he delivers the ' good to -your
nearest station at the least cost . .
See' the Kc wash belt selling for Io At
lA8T WEEK IS "BLCFF1 SOCIETY
Canal Wnsaner sf Infornaal social
ui.i sMith- Oraan snent last, week In
u .T p nrnn hat returned from a
i. in r"H nnle Creek. Colo.
Mr. James Heywood ana anugmer vi.j
are home from a sojourn av uui ...,
S. D. ' " ' . . ,
Mrs. Mable of Oakland avenue enterxainea
at dinner Wedneeaay in nonor m
a" tvn Ii m - "
Mr. and Mre. CTlff uunej sua yi
Sharon. Pa., have come io me xmuiis iv
make their home.
Mr. Wrd Dnden U enteriaining
h nrv at her country norae iiwiu
TrlHnv In Mlinni.V. . .
vr pv p. True entertaliled at luncheon
Thursday eompllmentary io airs. i. .
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Mr. C. A. Wiley, until receniiy. oi mi
city, now of Sioux Falls, 8. D., la the guest
of Council Bluffa frlenda.
Mre: Woodbury .entertain"! two tarjies
of bridge Wednesday aiernoon.
Wood Allen won-tne pnae.
r-ktaiina rMnria or weat Drosawsr
has arrived home from a lengthy sojourn
WHO irienas vmmww
Ur' Waits Durfee enter jilned eeven boy
friend In honor of Mr. Roy Palmer. Card
formed the evening' pastime.
Win. George Qrtswold of Chicago, wno na
been visiting friends here for the past two
weeks, haa returned to her home.
Mra.' H. B. Jennings entertained at bridge
Thursday. There were two table. Mjs.
Wood Allen waa awarded the prise.
Mra. Charles Teat Stuart waa hostess of
the Bridge ena inicneon ciuo weanwui
afternoon." There were three tables.
Miss Madge Walker, accompanied by her
friend. Miss Mabel lACy, returned Satur
day from a two week' visit In Chicago.
County Superintendent of School O. J.
McManua and family are home' from 'AW
berts.. Canada,, where they spent the sum
Mrs: Thomas Maloney wul entertain the
C. M. L. club Wednesday afttrnoon, it be
ing the first meeting after ttya aurhmer va
Mr. and Mra. Lew la Cutler arriysd home
yeeterday from Chicago, whare Mr. Cutler
met Mra. Cutlsr on her , return from La
. Mra. Noah Mattlngly arid Mtaa Pansy
Otto have arrived hum from Colorado,
where ihey went for the benefit of Mia
C tto'a health.
Mra. C. D. Palmer of Solon, la., accom
panied by her son Roy of. Chicago, are vis
iting at the home of Mr. Vf. J, McCune on
Mr. and Mra.. F. p. Gleason of Glen
avenue are home from a two montha' vlait
with ' relatives and friends at points in
Kansas and Missouri.'
Mrs. - Owen and daughter Mae. of Fort
Doda, la., are the guests of Mr. and Mra.
Frank Owen and will remain over for
the street fair and carnival.
Mis Gertrude Slyter of Washington ave
nue, who haa been visiting her sister, Mrs.
Thomas Trey nor, In Bloux City, is ex
pected home Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Harris vf Ottumwa,
Ia., are sjueets of Mra. Harrle' sister, Mrs.
C. M. Scott, 714 South Blxth street, an
route home from a trip to Colorado,
The' regular bualneaa meeting of the' St.
Agnes guild of St. Paul'a Episcopal church
waa held at th home of Mra. H. A. Qulnn
Frida evening. Light refreshments were
Mis Maude Davl of B22 South Seventh
treet entertained at a party Thursday
venlng. Dancing and ear formed the
evenlnr pleaaur. After an exyemely
pleaaanl evening re fresh inert wer aerved.
Mra. McFarland, whd I camping at Lak
Manawa, entertained In a most original
manner Wednesday night. After dinner
the twelve lucky gueats were entertained
by telling atorlea while alttlng around a
large eamp Are. -
Ths Bower mission buslnesa and kenaing
ton meeting, waa held Tueaday at. the home
of Mra. W. J. Heleer of lit Glen avenue.
A committee waa aelected to tend to their
booth' at the atreet fair. Refreshments
wer served late In th afternoon,
i Mia Hassl Plpplfl, Miss Florence Keith.
Ulss F.dith Smith, Mr. Horace Haverstnck.
Mr. Paul Wlkoff and Charles m-ott formed
a merry party at l-ake Manawa Wednes
day night. After a basket dinner the young
folk took In the various attractions on Uw
Miss Rose Ward entertained at luncheon
Thursday evening In honor of Miss Viva
Wind and Mr. Mark Pohson. Covers were
laid for Mi Viva Wind. Miss Margaret
McPhcrson. Miss Rose Ward. Mr. Mark
Dobaon, Mr. Charles Arnold and Mr. Leo
The Little Bridge club met Tuesday after
noon at the home of Mis Billiard. n"3 First
avenue. The prise was won by Mrs. H. A.
Umnn. Light refreshments were served.
The club will meet week sfter next st the
home of Mrs. R. B. Tubbe on Willow
Messrs. Walter and John Lntx left yes
terday for Chlcsgo, from where they will
ro by boat to Buffalo, then down the ejt.
awrence river to Montreal, returning to
New York by rail, visiting the White
mountains snd otbef points of Interest be
fore returning home.
The Woman's guild of St. Paul'a Eplsco
pal church held tnelr regular business meet.
Ing at the home of Mrs. George Jackson,
I7 South First street, Monday af'ernoon.
The next meeting of the guild will be held
week after next st the home of Mrs. G. K.
White of 144 Baughn street.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Farrand entertained
at 6 o'clock dinner Wednesday evening.
Covers were laid for Miss Ethel Farrand
of Columbus, Neb.; Mies Merrills Mitchell
of I .os Angeles, Cel.; Mr. Hereld Valne of
Seattle, Wash.; Mr. Floyd Loomls of Fre
mont, Neb.; Mr. Bayard Ioomls of Fre
mont and Mr. and Mrs. Farrand.
About fifty members of the 8wed'Sh
Lutheran church tendered their pastor.
Rev. B. N. Ulltn, and wife s surprise parly
Wednesday evening In celebrstlon of Xlrs.
Gllm's birthday anniversary. A plclnmnt
evening waa spent and the guests lefore
leaving presented tlielr hostess with a
purse of money as a mark of their affec
Man l. eaves Body 1a Dorter.
FORT DODGE, la.. Sept 1. (Special.)
Fort Dodge courta have been called
uPh decide a peculiar caee by the fit
lng of the will of H. F. Orris, a county
charge, which gives his body to Dr. Lloyd
of this city for medical servlcea during
life. Orrla was an old man and lived
alone In a hut near thla city. He was
taken, seriously 111 a mdnth ago and waa
attended by Dr. Lloyd. He seemed much
worried oyer the fsct that .he was unable
ri i r' 2 r ,n J V Ullil ,113 vr nm una i
t0 rry lne doctor for his services and
during his Illness made out a will with
provisions aa above. He Improved slightly
later and was taken to the county poor
farm. Here he died laat Monday. Dr.
Lloyd presented the will after death, but
a aon-ln-law of the deceased refused to
give hi in the body and had It aecretly
burled.. Now the will haa been filed for
probate and If Ita provisions are adhered
to the body will have to be dug up from
its resting place to satisfy the demands
of the testament. v
Prsatnltlnntstn Hold Convention.
ATLANTIC, Ia Sept. 1. (Special.)
The Ninth district congressional and the
Fifteenth Judicial district convention of the
prohibition party was held in tills city
yeaterday. Hon. Oliver' Stewart ef Chi
cago was here for two addreaSes and the
convention waa held after his talks. They
paaaed resolutions commending the re
publican Judicial nominee!" and refusing
to make nomination for those offices. A
resolution endorsing Congressman Smith
waa voted down and the chairman and
secretary of the district committee em
powered to fill the position on the ticket
for congressman. There was but a small
Attendance. The Cass county prohibi
tionists. Immediately following the dis
trict convention met and decided to put a
full county ticket. In the field, and set
Saturday, September IS as the date for
holding the nominating convention.
Veterana at Paelfla Janetloa.
OLENWOOD, Ia., Sept 1. (Special.)
The old soldier' reunion at Pacific Junc
tion drew a large crowd y-terday. The
speaker were Hon.. John T. Stone, Con
gressman Walter Q. Smith, 'Iowa, and
Rev. C. H. Schleh of Nebraska;-.
The ball gam for the reunion purse waa
betweetv Bartlett and Pacific . Junction,
resulting a follow: ,
Pacific Junction. 0 0 11 I 0 1 0 6
Bartlett 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 8
Hatterle: Paelrlo junction, Kllng ana
Anderson; Bartlett, Maxwell and Coaler,
KJUed by Revolving Shaft.
FORT DODGE, Ia., Sept l.-(Speclal
Telegram,) Peter- Hartman, " Toreman of
the Central gypsum mill, was caught In a
rapidly revolving shaft and whirled to his
death here today. The shaft made over
200 revolutions before he could be
extricated. Both, legs were broken, his
head ws crushed and hi body reduced
almost to a shapeless masa. He leave a
wife and six children. .
Hnbbard Is Renominated.
SHELDON. Ia., Sept 1. Eleventh dis
trict republicans nominated Congressman
E. H. Hubbard today by acclamation.
PRATTLK OF THE lOLAUSTERS.
"Don t walk o fast, mamma," panted
the little boy whose mother waa hurrying
blm to the railway atatlon. "My heart Is
First Uttle OlrJ My papa says your papa
. Second Little Girl Oh, no, he doesn't He
lkes work, but he hate to do It
Teacher Can you tell me what an aristo
crat Is,- Johnny?
Johnny Tes, ma'am. An aristocrat is a
poor person who boasts of hla rich rela
tions. Mamma Tommy, what I the baby crying
Tommy 'Cause he doesn't know thing.
I had to take hla cake and ahow him bow
to eat It.
"Pop, are lawyer alwaya bad tempered?"
"Of courae not, my son. What made you
"Why, the papera are alwaya telling about
their cross-examlnatlona." .
It Is Priscllla's first visit to the country;
she has heard the cackling of the hen and
connected It with the laying of the eggs;
she bear th cow moo and call ta her
mother, "Mamma, come quick; the cow
ha laid some more m.llk."
t Snore) Betrays Bnrglsr.
Th snors of James Weber was his undo
ing when he waa In the house of Ambrose
Perkln for th purpose of burglary la
Toungstown, O." He had effected an en
trance by removing a screen, and then bad
gone to the refrigerator and sideboard. A
too liberal consumption of the beverages he
found therein and tha hearty meal he ate
put him to sleep before he had completed
A long-drawn-out nor awakened Mr!
Perkins. He looked from hla bed to behold
a heavy set man sound asleep by hla bed
side, and when a moment later hi wif
awok she almost fainted.'
uot in the wrong house, I guess, ws
th thick snswer from the man, and Mr,
Perkins was-about to escort him out when
he discovered the contents of his wallet on
the floor, where It had fallen from ths hand
of the man. Weber wss taken to ths police
A Msdel Family.
"I do not think that our family ha been
without Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy alnco w commenced
housekeeping year' ago," say E. W,
Archer,, manager - ot the Republican
Journal, Caldwell, Ohio. "When w go oa
an extended visit we pack It In the cult
case so a to be prepared to ward off any
trouble that may be cauaed by change ef
water and food." ' -
Have thRt.FURNACE fixed up and put in good repair.
You said you would attend to it September 1st. Time's upl
In you put in another winter inhaling gas from a defective
furnace your friends will not know where to find you tht
Candidly now, was your cellar warmer last winter th u
your rooms up stairs? If so drop in and tell us your trou
bles.. FREE INSPECTORS for the present. Better get
your order booked before the rush of fall work begins.
Repairs for everything that cooks and heats.
Excelsior Air Blast Furnaces are the most reliable me
dium priced furnaces made. , The most economical, and the
most satisfactory :n every way. It's a furnace for thi
masses and you can't afford to ignore our invitation to in
R. Uhllg. Pres.
Hugo Srhmldr, V. Pre.
Geo. A. Wilcox. Tress.
C M. Eaton, Sec'y.
OUITS DEMOCRATIC TICKET
H. M. Btrtlett Fall Oat u Oandidat for
Enprem Court Beporter.
G'ORGE HARNAGLE. I AKES VACANT PLACE
Final Balance of th state Fair
Expected to fthsw A boat Forty
Thopssnd Dollars on Right
Side if Ledger.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DE8 MOINES, Ia., Sept. l.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) H. M. Bartlett, nominee on the
democratic state ticket' for supreme court
reporter, nas withdrawn and Oeorge Har
nagle of Des Moines. noinJnee oo .the Polk
county democratic ticket for district Judge,
has been selected by the democratic state
central committee for the position. John
Mulvaney, who two years ago was the
democratlo candidate against Congressman
Hull in the Seventh district, haa been put
on the ticket for Judge In place of Ilamagle.
John N. Smith of Altoona, waa today
nominated by the democrata of the Seventh
district, for congress against Congressman
J. A. T. Hull, republican. Smith la a
Bis; Prolt In Fair.
Preliminary reports of the receipts from
the 1006 state fair show 1100,491 as the total
receipts for the week but this sum will be
augmented some by about 83.000 or 84,000 of
receipts from sources t,hat could not be
computed . definitely for some day. 'This
I 125,000 more than the receipt of. last
year. The profit from the fair cannot be
figured up aa yet, but will probably come
In the neighborhood of 840,400, all of which
will be put In on Improvements for next
year. A large per cent of the exhibitors
left today for the Lincoln, Neb., state fair,
Which is next m the circuit
At the meeting of the fair directora laat
night It wa voted to bar Frank lams ofj
St. Paul, Neb., from exhibiting at future
Iowa fairs unless he makes satisfactory
amends for refusal. 'to obey the orders of
Olenwood Contraet I.rt.
The Board of Control today let the con
tract for the erection of the custodial hall
for boys at Glenwood, to F. X. White of
Eldora, la., for the cum of 846,421. The
contract Include the building with electric
wiring, but not the heating and plumbing.
The contract will be made out at once and
the work of starting on, the building will
be made at once, probably next week. In
order to get It enclosed as soon as possible.
The highest bids were In the vicinity of
Arts Tor Baldea.
The . argument for Mathlas - Baldes,
charged with the murder of hi wife and
now serving a life sentence for the crime,
has been filed with the clerk of the su
preme court. The case I on th docket
for the September term of court Baldea
and his wife lived eight' mile south ot
Hawrden In Sioux county. The testimony
of the 14-year-old son and 17-year-old
daughter Is that the father attacked the
mother and that the children, taking the
mother' part, tried to fight the father away
and pro Vent the murder, but Were unsuc
cessful. The argument of the attorney for
Baldes Is that the aentence of life lint
prtsdnment I too severe and that It la not
established that the "!jht ' betweoa
me husband . and wife. Is what
caused her death, and furthermore
not proven that Baldea purposely killed
her. It 'la argued that thla was his first
quarrel and that nothing In the evidence
hows that th attack waa auch could
Rain Helps the- Corn.
Rain, which Director John R. Sage of the
crop aervlce aald wa needed for the corn
crop, came thla morning. It amounted to
half Inch here and waa quit general
over the state.
Two Candidate for Clerk.
Rev. A. E. Xepford of Ida Grove, who waa
reading clerk of the house at the last
session of the legislature, and Denrtk
O'l-eary of Council Bluffa, who was Journal
clerk, are aald to be candldatea for chief
clerk of the next session.
OIIE SOLID WEEK OF FUII, COMMEHCHIG
MONDAY, LABOR DAY, SEPT. 3
, - SOUTH OMAHA, NEBRASKA -
FREE TICKETS for two lots will ba given to very one
entering the Carnival Ground. Awards to bo made on
Saturday night, September 8. . . ,
SIX DIG DAYS ANDNIGHTS
Six Big Shows, One Big Ferris Wheel, Four Sensational
Free Acts, daily, beginning at 2 and 7 P. M.
NO GAMES OF CHANCE. . . .
Clean, moral and instructive amusement selected by the
St. Louis Amusement Company from the World's Fair Pikt
of St. Louis. -'
STOVE REPAIR WORKS,
TcVafceM DeaglM H
SUBMARINE BOAT LAUNCHED
Torpedo Boat Cuttlegsh Takes; ts
Water at Fore River thin '
. Qt'INCT, Mass., Sept 1. Th Unites
State submarine torpedo boat Cuttlefish,'
built for th government at the yard of.
the Fore River Shipbuilding company, un
der the direction of the Electric Boat com
pany,' was successfully launched here to
day. The Cuttlefish Is a larger and faeter
development of th s-calld Holland boat,
which th government own.
There I being built Id the same jVarde
two aister Bhlpa of th Cuttlefish type, th
Viper .and the Tarantula, and an addi
tional vessel, the Octopus, which la under-,
stood to be considerably larger thaa th
Cuttlefish claea and aa large aa any of the'
successful marine boats In commission la -
Lincoln and th Vegetarian
Linton Park, who Is now an Inmat of
the Soldiers' and Sailors' home at ' Erie,
Pa., wa among those who Joined In the
chorus: "W are coming. Father Abra
ham, three hundred thousand mors." H
enlisted at Washington and was assigned
to the Second District of Columbia regi
Mr. Park was then, as now. a vegetarian.
While he could assimilate everything con
nected with hla anwr to the call f duty
from the standpoint of patriotism, he could
not assimilate the army pork. It was plain
that If the government wished to do the
square thing by Mr. Per It would have
to a bow broad-mindedness In th matter
So he took his trouble to President Lin
coln and explained that-In some respect
he wa Ilk the children of Israel after
they set out from Egypt. He could not
forget the leek and onlona with which he
waa wont to regale himaelf back In In
diana county. ,
Lincoln amlled. "Tou want me to turn ;
you out to grace like Nebuchadneaaer?' he
asked. ' ."
"It would beat salt pork," was Mr. Park;s
reply. Thereupon Mr. Lincoln wrote care
lessly on an ordinary sheet Ot paper:'
"The bearer, Linton Park, la herewith
granted permission to browse wherevr be
.Mr. Park saw the humor In the not and
enjoyed It quite aa muoh a Lincoln did.
He also enjoyed hla privilege of, "brow-'
lng." The note I till In hla possesstoov
Miss Carrie Wheeler as Wd .
General Joseph 'Wheeler's daughter, Mlsa
Carrie Peyton, is engaged to be married
nouncemeni ui mv eiissciiim u swa
made, both at Wheeler, Ala.,' and In New
Tork, and at the same time It waa stated
that the wedding will take place October
2 at the home of the brtde'a famll.'. ". V '
Mlaa Wheeler la th youngest of the foUr
daughters of the renowned fighter, . Who
died laat January. Her alstera are Miaae's
Lucy L. and Annl E. Wheeler and Mrl.
William J. Harris. She ha on brother,
Major Joseph Wheeler. Jr. Mr. Harri
wa a volunteer nurse in Cuba during in'
Spanish-American, war. .
Mis Carrie Wheeler Is pretty and tal
ented and still In her teens. At tha re
union of tha United Confederate ' Vet
erana In Louisville, Ky.. Jast summer,, kha
waa the aponaor for the aouth and .. h,r
appearance In the hll with her f jd
father was ths signal for a notable dem
onstration. She la quite well . known. In
New Tork, having?, been a member at.itbe
younger aet In aoclety, while General
Wheeler made hla horn at th Waldorf.
Mr- Buck, flk hi flanca. la a aoutkesner,
but haa resided In New Tork tor sever!
yeara. He la a lawyer and belongs to
the University club and th Southern so
ciety. Hs waa graduated from tb Uni
versity of Virginia In 1884. . . .... ;
Fairbanks at Dvnver, t t . t
DENVER. Sept l.-Vlce PreeMeat
Charles W. Falrbanka arrived in Danvar
today enroute to Bolae. Idaho, where h
will attend the Irrigation congress ntt
week; About eeventy-flv prominent busi
ness and profesalonal men were Invited
o meet Mr. Falrbanka at a luncheon given
In his honor by Thomea F. Walsh, arid
'ater the vice president held a reception
tt th Republican club. - 4
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