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CURRENT NEWS OF IOWA
TIIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER - 23. m.
Offlce, 10 rear!
tav1s, 6 rut.
Stoekert tall esrpsts.
Fin engrsvlng at Leffsrt'.
Ed Roger' Tony Fauat baar.
0t tho new photo at Schmidt'.
Flurabing and heating, Blsby Bon.
I-wls Cutler, funeral director, phon 7.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel Ml.
School auppltea. Alexander's, tMt B'way.
7"fclAMOND" AS AN INVESTMENT.
pLK TO LEFFERT ABOUT IT.
Buy your phonographs and records from
Williamson, 17 South Main atreat.
Superflons haJm removed permanently by
electrolyses at Graven, lfl6 Pearl Bt.
George Hoagland haa the Kanaaa Shalt
brick. All hard brick. Oet hla prlcaa.
8aa Stephen Broa. for fire brick and fir
clay, aawar pipe, fitting and garden hose.
FREE AT TfOKERS, I.ARGB COL
OHt.1) I'HOTO WITH EACH DOZEN
We take rontracta for paper hanging,
painting and Interior decorating. Borwlck,
m -South Main.
CUT FLOWERS .FROM HERMAN
GHE.EN HOI BKH. FOR SALti AT
-' For .Hale My. nine-room residence at
southeast corner of loth Ave. and High
tit., lot 6xlh feet. W. II. Thomas, loos
The Woman- guild of St. Paul' Episco
pal church will meet Monday afternoon at
the, residence of Mrs. I. A. Siegfried, tit
Day and flight school at Wee tern fowa
college. Students assisted to positions.
. Bend for catalog. NPhone for Information.
I'pay Hit per ton for cast iron; mixed,
110; stove, 8;. raga. lo par lb.; rubber,
7c; copper, 14o per lb. 3. xatalman, loj
llarn, bom 'phonea 0.
W wholesale lc cream. Shipped to any
ptrt fit the slat. Special prices to the
retail trade. 1 Mucci, 111 Weat Broadway,
Council Bluffs. Ja.. Tel. .
Wi have the finest Una of sample monu
ments to select from In the weat. Sheeley
A Lane Marble and Granite worka, 317
East Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
Don't fall to look through Petersen Y
Schoenlng a line of furniture, rugs, mat
tings and lace curtain . 8.. Id on easy
payments. Liberal discount for cash.
The Tegular monthly tension of the school
board, which was postponed last Tuesday
night on account of the Porter meeting at
tha opera house, will be held Tuesday night
of this week.
Rev. Henry D long performed the mar
riage, ceremony yesterday for the following
couple-Mm Omaha: Our. Hamlin and
Mary Mattln, and Thomas Hurst and Mary
Bell Fauseett. -
CVvalVlh band? 111 go to Hamburg. la.,
Tuesday morning,- -where It will- -ha the
chief at fraction at the Interstate fair. The
hand will a lev) give, a eerie of -evening
. concers,ther clurlng the week.
The case of the three men . and three
women arrested Friday in a room at the
Ogden hotel where the. police discovered
ft complete opium Joint layout, was con
tinued in police court yesterday until Mon
day. Captain J. H. Hoofstltler will deliver a
Series of temperance lectures at the Broad
way Methodist church, commencing this
afternoon at I o'clock and 7 so this evening,
and continuing every evening throughout
the week. (
Thomas Mlllett. now of Gold field. Nev.,
la In the city renawing acquaintance Mr.
Millet t was with the firm which laid the
It. . . 1 11 yl In IfifiJ T' W
piaiuw tniua i ' v, , ino
paving now a it Is, tuft of hollows and
kkimni And f4riirA anmAwhsf llkjk fur.
'showed field, was a revelation to" Mr. Mlllett.
rHE FOMjOWINO DRINKS WILL BK
SERVED AT CLARK'S SODA FOUNTAIN
'HIE WEEK: MADJA,' 10c; FROZEN
PHOSPHATE 10c: HAPPY . THOUGHT.
16c; KLDARADO SUN DAB, 16c; TROP
ICAL SUNDAE, lRc; MA818CHIN0 BUG
FLIP, loci SOUTHERN BEAUTY, 16c:
AMERICAN SUNDAE, lfc; MAPLE
Rev. C. F. -Barrett of Delaware, O., was
In the city yesterday in conference with
local pasters' relative to Ji-fxuutlble union
and while' otfie ot file psxtors .Savored the
propovnlortf. Bthrns iWtflnlte was nirl ved. t.
The matter. It is eftlrf, rViay tie taken up
kgaln later. From here Rev. Barrett went
to. Hamburg. f .-. . . ;
The funeral of Orval Hansen; the son
of Mr. and Mra. William Hansen, residing
near Laka Manawa. who waa accidentally
Shot by an eider brother, will be held this
fftarnoon from the residence of Mr. and
Irs. F. Stephens. 110 Stutsman street, at
o'clock, and. burial will be In Walnut
Hill cemetery.- ar. siepnens is a aiey
tlstefof the dead lad.
Walt for tha big demonstration, Oct. 1
to Oct. 6. Hot Blast Heater burning hard
:oal, soft coal, cobs, all In operation dur
ng this week. Cole's new High Oven
tange snd Cole's colvlzed' Hot Blast Bteel
rlang also Itv operation. They broil, boll,
ka tout, roust and cook all at the
same time.- Don t mlas It, OcU 1 to Oct. t.
F. J. Day brought suit in the district
court to restrain lue sale by Sheriff Can
nine and the Boyle National bank of Dan
ville, Ky., of thirty-ttiree lots In Manawa
park which were about to oe sold as the
property of James S. chtisman under exe
cution in the suit of Hie Boyle National
bank against Chrlxman and others, Day
asserts in his petition that the lots belong
to lilm and -that Chnsman haa no Interest
n them. A temporary restraining order
was Issued by Judge Aiacy. . .
Mra. Mary Andrews caused the attest
yesterday of Mis. Barati A. Brie paid on
a charge of maaing malicious threats, the
Information being filed In the court of
Justice Field, airs. Shepard gave bond
for her appearance next 1'bursuay. Mrs.
Andrews and Mis. Archer were charged
. with assaulting Mrs. Bheps-rd, but the
Frand Jury iguorod the complaint ind
ailed to return an Indictment. Mrs. Bhep
ftrd announced her determination to bring
tha matter again before tha graud Jury at
the next term of district court and it Is
i supposed that the present complaint arise
out ot thia. ...
nsmav HmmAm Maaav.
1 Must' sell modern six-room dwelling near
high school. Tel. 1. Charles T. Officer,
If you think or painting your houaa let
glv you an estlmat now. We guar
antee th paint to be mad of pur ma
terials, mixed and put up by skilled me
chanics, so when w paint It stays painted.
W also have some odd lot of artistlo wall
paper that w are cloatng out at low prtoea
t mak way for new stock. If you want
good paper at little coat coma see us now.
Jensen Nlcolaesen, ZU Broadway.
.tot acres good farm land In aeatern Colo
rado, 16. per acre and up; no litigation, re
quired Can raise all kinds of small grain
corn. A' few good homesteads Join
- our lands. Send for printed matter. F. C.
Jouge. 124 Main street, Council Bluffs, Is,
Ucenses to wed wer Issued yesterday
to the following:
Name and Residence. Age.
Ouy Hamlin. Omaha IS
Mary4 Martin. i Omaha
'Thomas Hurfst. Omaha. j..:, II
t' Mary Bell Fauaaelt. Omaha ,.: 27
Martin M. Meier, Dea Moinea '..... 71
I raula Beatrice Jocopetti, Des Moines, II
Earl I, .Chevalier, Lincoln, Neb...'... H
Mlna E. Rathburn, Lincoln, Neb It
The season' newest and finest designs
In Jewelry.- -.. - ".. '."
Bwanson Music company, T7 Weat
Broad way -r4 be place wher you wlU find
a splendid assortment of pianos to select
from. Conovers. Cable. Schubert and
Kingsbury's.. Alt clean, new goods. Pries
1 and terms to suit every person. We think
t It a good 'house, to deal with. ' -
ferva you right. What does th . Fa
muli Radiant Hem Hard Coal .Stuve
and Sterling, Leplngton Steel Rang dT
Th only real aeai saver.. In th west.
I Petersen V Schoenlng Co.. sole agents.
THE MOST UP-TO-DATE; RESTAUR-
ANT IN COUNCIL. BLUFFS. GOOD SER
VICE AND HOD IS COOKJNO. Th Cslu
pkt' ixtsosant, 3 Broadway.'
St. Tel. 43.
VETO FOR LIGHT CINTRACT
Major AaD0unoi Hi Will Befall to 8i
SPECIAL MEETING TO CONSIDER VETO
ladleatlons ls Wis Orlglaally Voted
la Its rsTr Will Staad Pat aaa
Carry It Over th Mayor's
Mayor Macrae will return without hla
official signature the lighting contract with
tha Cltliens' Gas and Electric company,
passed at the meeting of tha city council
last Monday by a vote of six to two That
this was hla Intention wss stated by Mayor
Macrae last evening. As the city council
does not meet In regular session until
October 1, Mayor Macrae stated ha Would
on Monday Issue a call for a special meet
ing Tuesday night at which time he will
return unsigned the contract, with his
reasons for so doing.
At the meeting last Monday night when
the contract waa approved and the mayor
Instructed to sign It by a vote of six to
two, Mayor Macrae's remarks Indicated
that he would refuse to attach his official
signature to the document and would leave
It to the council to pass It over his veto,
if It saw fit to do so.
Mayor Macrae takes the same position
ss Councilman- Wallace, which is that In
his opinion Council Bluffs should not pay
more per arc lamp for Its public lighting
than Omaha dors. The recent conference
between President Nash of the . lighting
company and Mayor Macrae, the latter
stated laM evening, had not tended to In
duce him to change hla opinion and con
sequently he would decline to sign the
Whether the six councllmen. Fleming,
Hendrlx. Knudsen, Maloney, Smith ,snd
Tounkerman, will stand by their vote .of
last Monday and pasa the contract over
the mayor's veto remains to be seen.
Councilman Knudsen stated yesterday when
apprised of the mayor's Intention to veto
the contract that to data no one had con
vinced him that he had erred In voting
for the measure and Intimated that unless
be changed hla mind before Tuesday night
he would certainly vote the same as he did
last Monday. The other five councllmen.
It was stated last evening, had decided to
stand pat and vote for the contract.
Special sale 'on etching framed - 11x30,
oak frames,' 11.50 up. Picture framing a
specialty. A good time to paper your hone.
See our new line of wsli paper. Get our
figures for horn decorating. W. 8. Hewet
son, Broadway and Fourth street., Council
Bluffs. It Is no task for us to mak you
figures, and If we are not tba lowest we do
not expect the business.
The best of violin strings, three different
brands at the Bourlclu Piano 'House, Sto
Broadway, Council Bluffs. la., where the
organ stand upon th building.
St. Paul's Episcopal church, Rev." H. W.
Starr, . rector. Fifteenth. '. Sunday after
Trinity. Holy communion at, I a, m. Morn
ing prayer, litany and sermon at in 30 a. m.
Sunday school, at hoon. Baptismal service
at 4 p. 'm. Evening prayer and sermon at
I o'.clock. Th rector's sermon subject In
the morning will be, "How P.ecent Change
in the World of Thought Have Affected
Our Conception of Christianity,", and la the
evening, "How the Death of Christ Saves
Us from Sin.".
First Presbyterian church. ' Rev. Marclis
P. McClure, minister. At 10: a. m., "Chris
Han Philosophy from the Cobbler's Bench."
Bible school at noon. Young People's
service at 1:30; subject, "A strong will, how
to get It and use' It for temperance," I
Peter, 4:1-11. At 7:30 p. m., "Under the
Shadow of the Almighty.". Midweek aervlce
Wednesday evening at 7:10.
First Congregational church. Dr. Otter
beln O. Smith, pastor. Morning service at
10:10. Evening vespers at i. Sunday achool
at noon. Prayer meeting Wednesday von,
Ing at 7:45. Morning subject. "Why Must
the Good Suffer In the Redemption of the
World," and in the evening, "What Crea
tion Expects of Man."
There will be preaching services at St.
John's English Lutheran church at 11 a. m.
and 7:10 p. m. In the morning the pastor.
Rev. O. W. Snyder, -will take as the sub
ject of his sermon, "The Great Family."
In the ; evening his topic will be "Fully
Known.", Special music by 4 ha chorus choir
at both services. Sunday school at 1:46
a. m and young people's meeting at 7
At .the Broadway Methodist church tha
pastor. Rev. .James O May. at 10:30 a. m.
will preach on "The Forward Slogan." In
the evening at 7:30 o'clock Captain J. H.
Hoofstltler will deliver a temperance lee
tuer under the auspices of the temperance
committee of the church.
First Church of Christ (Scientist) will
hold services at 11 a. m. In Temple Em
manuel on North Seventh street, when the
Subject will be "Unreality.", Sunday achool
will be at 11:11 p. m. and th regular mid
week testimony meeting Wednesday even
ing at I o'clock.
Second Church of Christ (Sulentlst) will
hold services at 10:46 a. m. In Woodman
hall In the Merrlam block, when the sub
ject will be "Unreality." Sunday achool
will be at 11:46 a ra. and tb usual mid
week, testimony meeting Wednesday even
ing at 1:46 o'clock.
Rev. Joshua Rials of Omaha will con
duct servloes at 10:10 a. m. at the Second
Presbyterian church. There will be .no
evening servloes. . Sunday school will be
at noon. ,
Notice to elastomers.
COAL IS SCARCE IN COUNCIL
BLUFFS, WE BOUOHT EARLY AND
ADVISE YOU TO AVAIL YOURSELF
OF OUR PRESENT SUPPLY OF COAL
WHILE IT LASTS. BRIDENSTE1N sV
BMITH. SIXTH ST. AND FOURTEENTH
AVE. TEU IIS.
For Imported wines, liquors and Bud
welser beer go to I- Rosenfeld, wbolesel
liquor dealer, 111 South Main street.
Special price on watchea during this
SEE OUR SPECIAL DISPLAY IN OUR
NEW BUILDING of th Monarch malleable
Iron and eteal ranges. Th only perfect
range on tha market that lasts and gives
satisfaction. Kllr-Farnswortb Furniture
company, IU-1S-U Weat Broadway, Council
Glass Brokea la Feeallar Maaaer.
On of th lsrgs plat glass window
n tb offlc of the Cltlsen'a Gas nd Elec
tric company on Pearl street was broken
yesterday afternoon In a peculiar manner.
Chart T. Stewart was passing in bis
large touring automobile, whan aa outside
wheel passed over a piece of wood lying
on tha street. Ths piece of' wood, a If
Aung from a catapult, flew ,up and over
the automobile and agaluat th window.
. . , r , .
breaking a largt bole in It. Th remark
able feature of th accident waa that th
piece of wood was on th outer aide of th
automobile and . In order to hare struck
the window must have performed a regular
somersault over th machine and It occupant.
Tour old worn oat carpets and ruga are
valuable. Don't throw them awaf. W
manufacture handsome, reversible rug
from old carpets. Thousands of them In
us In th best homes. Phone Ell. Our man
wfll call and tell you all about It. Betid for
booklet. The Council Bluffs Carpet Clean
ing Manufacturing Co., 14 North Main
Hafer make Tank to order. We hav
a good factory. Do not buy until you
give Hafer, the lumberman. 4 chance St
your bill. Council Bluffs, la.
DRV WOODS FIRM Ql ITS .BVSINBa
lllaess of Oao of Pa risers fllvea a
Reals. ,. -
The A. E. Hunter company, the big dry
goods firm on Pearl and Main streets,
closed its doors last night at the end of
the day's business and will not' reopen them
until Saturday morning next, at which time
a closing out sale will be begun and con'
tinned until the entire stock is disposed of.
The reason for the firm deciding to go
out of business ' I primarily doe to' the
enforced retirement from business of John
Beno on account of continued til health
Unable longer to give the business sny at
tention owlnf to his physical condition Mr;
Beno decided to dteposw of his interest
In the firm. W. A. Maiirer, not being as
he terms It'a "dry goods msn," ' decided
thst he did not care to continue In the
business without Mr.' Beno, and Mr. Hunter,
the third member of the flfm, although' "h
could secure th financial backing requisite
to continue the business'; also decided 'that
without Mr. Beno he did not desire to go
on with It. ' ' '
The business was originally started by
Woodbury it Culver. Later Mr. Woodbury
bought out Mr. Culver and formed a' new
company known as the' W;"Q." Woddb'ury
company. About a year ago John Beno,
W.' A. Maurer of this city and a third party
bought out Mr. Woodbury,' and shortly
after Mr. Hunter Joined the firm, the name
of which was then changed to that of the
A. B Wunter company. '
New fell and holiday Jewelry arriving.
We will show the' largest and best stock
ever In the city.
All persons knowing themselves to be
Indebted to Duncan 4 Dean or the Dunca l
Shoe company are requested to call and
aettle at once.
NEW LOCATION. SO
Rev. Dr. Walters Retornlnsr.
Rev. Lnther M. Walters. D. D., who has
been called here from Los Angeles, Cal.,'
on account of the serious Illness of his son,
E. II. Walters' of the firm of Walters
Wadsworth. and exalted ruler of the Coun
Vu Bluffs I rid (re of Elks, was pastor of the
Broadway Methodist church of this city
during the years 1177, 1S7I and 1R79. The
visit of Dr. Walters to the city recalls a
memorable Incident In the history of the
Broadway church. The' ch'urch during Dr.
Walters' pastorate was heavily encumbered
with debt and h decided before leaving
his charge here to clear off this debt. By
a purely personal campaign ftevi Walters
succeeded lit raising the entire amount and
th lifting of the debt was celebrated .In'
a unique manner ' Permission wa's granted
Dr. Walters to erect 'an Immense tent on
the court house grounds snd there on Sun
day morning In July, 1879. with Bishop
Andrews presiding, the mone was jjou'red
In by those contributing snd announcement
made Of the lifting of the debt which i had
embarrassed the congregation for fifteen
years. The remarkable ' feature of ' Dr.
Walters' successful campaign In raising
ths money needed to rift the debt was' that
at least two-thirds of the money was ob
tained from persons outside the Methodist
church and this fact was clearly dem
onstrated at the mass meeting In the tent.
The gathering was a remarkable one, no
less than forty ministers of all denomina
tions from the surrounding territory being
present to assist In the celebration.
Ill health compelled Dr. Walters to go to
California about eight -years ago and al
though now on the retired list he Is still
active and performs a large amount -of
work In connection with . th Methodist
A GOOD PAYING SHOE STORE. DOING
11.500 A MONTH Wit r. I vrvntr-ir 11 n.
DEAN. 3 MAIN ST., COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Exceptional piano bargains this week at
A. Hospe Co., 2 South Main street ppun
cll Bluffs. Easy payments.
The fit of glasses. Is guaranteed-.
N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tel. SO. Night,: Ll
Real Estate Traasttr. ,
These transfer wer reported to The Bee
September by the Pottawattamie County,
Abstract company of Council Bluff: .
1 Charles Schlgsdt. Jr., and wife and
i- 4. xtunge ana wire to Leonard '
Koch, sr., lots 2 and I. block I,
Great Western add to Mlnden, la.,
w. d .11,100
Hiram Shoemaker and wife to James
M. Linlnger. part lot 4 in Original
Plat of Council Bluffs, la.,- w. d. . . . 1,100
John Bhlnkle and wlt to John L. -Foreman,
lot It, block 14, Beers
ubdiv in Council Bluff. Ia., w. d. 1,100
Parlln Orendorff and Martin Co. to
J. T. Brooks, lots (, , 7 snd ' I.
block I, Brysnt Clark'a subdjv .
In Council Bluffs,' la., w. d 800
Benjamlo-Pehr Real Estate. Co. and .
"" Wallace Benjamin and wife to J.
T. Brooks, lot l, I, 4, and 4, - .
block A. Perry's second add and lot- '. .
I, block II, Perry' first add , to
Council Bluffs, la., w. d. . . . . . COO
R. A. Blaine to Maggie E. Glllet. . .
a 40 ft. of lot 11 and all of lot 11. .
Glendale add to Council Bluffs, Is.,
w.. d tot
Wilson C. Shoemaker and . wtfe to
jamas ai. L.imnger, part lot '41 in -
Original Plat of. Council Bluffs, la., . -
I w. d too
E. J. Gilbert and wife to Keys Bros , ,
lots 1 and I. block It, Rrvant-
, Clark'a subdiv in Council Bluffs,,
i la., w. d. . isi
Elmer L. Fehr to J. T. Brooks, lot"
10. block A, Perry's second sdd and
lot 10, block si. Perry'a Hirst add
to Council Bluffs, Is., w. d . too
Hiram 8hoemaker and wife to James
M. Linlnger. psrt Jot 41. Original "
Plat of Council Bluffs. Ia., w. d . - 300
Robert Bleakly and wife to J.'-T.
Brooks, i lots I and 11. block II,
Perry's first add to Council Bluffs,
la. s. w. d iflj
J. D. Edmundson snd wife to E, J.
, uiivrii, iui , uiiat it, arnni t
j Clark add to Council Bluffs, Ia.,
Mary E. Palmer and husband to J.
T. Brooks, lot t. block A, Perry's ' .
second add to Council Bluffs, la.,
0. e. d 7 7$
Mary L. Everett to E. J. Gilbert, lot
1. block II. Bryant at Clark's add
to Council Bluff a, la., w. d. 6
Fourteen transfers, total .
' Sit for tb Creehe.
Th Associated Charttleo decided -yesterday
on a site for ths new building for th
Creche: Th property I that belonging
to Mra W. H. Kuhn at MT East 1 Teres
treet. containing two acres. The ssserla
tlon Is to psy I7.en( for th property and
lib the cuutrlbutloti front Mr. a. 1
Worth of New. Clean, Crisp Merchandise to Be Sold Regardless of Cost
DRY GOODS, RUGS, MILLINERY, CLOAKS, SUITS. UNDERWEAR, BLANKETS, MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND
No, such opportunity has ever before been placed before the purchaser. - , .
" ' . NOTHING RESERVED. EVERY THING MUST. BE SOLD.
THIS GREAT SALE WILL COMMENCE SATURDAY, SEPT. 29TH, AT 9 A. M. .. .
This store will close from Monday, Sept. 24th to Friday, Sept. 28th, inclusive, to prepare for THIS IMMENSE
SACRIFICE SALE AND WILL OPEN SATURDAY, SEPT. 29TH at 9:00 A. M. ,
33-35 Pearl St.
Shugart tins . nearly 16.000 In Its treasury
for this purpose. The site Is near the new
Jennie Edniundson hospital; being erected
by the Woman's Christian, association and
now nearlng completion,
Mrs. M. Wollman was appointed chair
man of the "site fund" committee and
she outlined, a plan for raining the money
needed, which met with the approval, of
the association. It Is believed the asso
ciation will have no difficulty In. securing
the money needed.
GOOD WEIGHT, OOOU MEASURE AND
GOOD QUALITY ARB MATTERS' OF
VITAL IMPORTANCE TO THE GROCERY
BUYER; they sre of much Importance to
vis;, by having all three of the right stand
ard w have gained and continued to hold
the trade of a larg and discriminating
class ef customers.. Can't we have yours?
Orders are filled ' promptly . and carefully
and prices ar as low as the prevailing
market rate will permit. John Olsen, 7S-41
West Broadway. .
THE" BEST "TcVF.R THAT LARGE
PHOTO GIVEN -AWAY BY TUCKER...,
GERMANS ARK TO HAVE BIG TIME
Torealight kParade to" Be , Openln
' Kt.sI on . Frosrrasn.
'Arrangement Jor-the" celebration of Ger.'
me ft day In this elty,.'Mandiry anil-Tudtfr
Oftober 1 and 5, are peactlcirlly complete.
The committee In rhsj-ge has ffft . working
hard to make tho celebration wostby -of the
0ccnMloh.''land the event this 'year ia ex
pected o surpass "tfiat of last year; which
was moat successful In all details. , . . ;
Advices tor ' to the effect that large
crowds will tte here from Walnut, Mlntte!i,
Den I son, - Manning. Carroll,, Charter Oak.
Trcynor, Manilla, Mlneola, Omaha. Bouth
Omaha, Papllllon, Plattsmouth and other
surrounding towns where there are German
The opening evenU on Monday evening
will be, the .'big torchlight parade. There
will be over 1,000 torehbearers and four
bands. The Omaha societies have slgntfHd
their Intention to take purt In this parade.
Following the parade there will be a meet
ing In the New theater, when tb following
program will be carried out:
Selection Covalt'a orchestra; mldreas of
welcome, G. F. Scheer of Council Bluffs;
address.' Mayor. 13. Macrae; response to
mayor's address. A,' Becker, editor . of the
Freie Presse; song, .Orpheus society,
Omaha; oration, C. Zwaniig, editor LaSalle
County Herald, Ottawa. III.; violin solo.
Prof. Max Baumelster; song, Orpheus
Ladles' choir; solo. Miss Irene Van Noye,
soprano; aolo, Herr Richter. baritone, form
erly a member, of the Imperial opera nt
Vienna; song, Omaha Maennerehor;' srlo,
Peter Laux. basso; selection, Covalt'a
Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock will be
the Industrial and historical parade. .Yli
committee haa offered a number, of sub
star, tlal cash prises, which have been pre
viously announced, ' for the best displays..
There will be a number of floats repre
senting Incidents from German history as
Hermann the Cherusker, taking home
Roman captives. First century. .
Charlemagne and Wlduklnd, the Saxon
Frledrich Barbarossa In th Kyffheuaer.
Napoleon III surrenders to William I.
Steuben snd Wsshlngton's German body
guard. Eighteenth century.
Qermama and Columbia and Columbia
. In the afternoon the scene of the cele
bration.' will be transferred . to Laka
Maiiawa. where a program of. sport and
games wlU be carried out. . The celebration
will be .brought to a close Tuesdsy night
with a grand bail at the Danish hall, wher
'the. smaller room will be reserved for a
social, gathering of the "old timers."
.4. Metsaar at Co.
New Location of Wholessl' Bakery,
Kit Mynater Street. Co. Bluffs, Ia.
Horns-made Bread a Specialty.
DON'T WAIT. BUT HAVE THE CHIL
DRENS' PHOTO TAKEN NOW WHILE
THE WEATHER 18 FINE. TUCKER
MAKES THE BEST A LARGE ONE
Peterson A Schoenlng Co, are receiving
new good dally and Invite visitor.
Good sold on easy payments. Liberal
discount for cash.
PAST WEEK. I Bl.lKFi . SOCIETY
rosalasT Calais f Peeple Whaaa
C. A. Nelson hss gone to Colorado
Mine Mse Blsksley ha gone for a trip
to Colorado Springs. ,
Mra. George Judson has gons to New
Oilcans tor the winter.
Mra E. Kretchmer Is home from a visit
with rlatlvs.st Muscatine, la.-.
Mr. arid Mrs. H. C. Raymond left Thurs
day for Chicago to visit aitb friends.
Mr. Msc Hanchett haa bean visiting
friends 1n Des Mulnes for th past week.
Miss Ella Young of Chicago. Is visiting
Mrs. John I Templeton, North Slsth
: The Misses Gertrude and Nevada Hays
of Stella, Neb., ar in th city visiting
..Mlas Dorothy -Hoag Is boms from a
week's visit witg relatives and friends la
it-"trice. Neb. .
Miss Cora Haasec st Csrr Gordo, Teww,
The Entire Stock of the
l3yiilieir eo. 33-35
to Be Closed Out as
.. . t V '
32-34 Main St.
muammj 1 Mini inn n hill &
is visiting Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Hancock of
Mrs. Charles La Bartle of' Chicago, has
nen spending the pa.t week with Council
Miss Kate lllggins, IM Ninth avenue, left
Friday night for a two months' trip to
Montreal, Can. ,
Jack Day and Kenneth Harmon have gone
to Alton, 111., where they will enter a
The Little Bridge club met last Tuesday
st the home of Mrs. Van Inwegen, sis
Fourth avenue. ,
Colonel W. J. Davenport of Boulder, Colo.'
Is stopping for a few days In Council Bluffs
his former home.
The Misses Bessie and Hazel Hammer
leave tonlfiht for Roanoke. Vs., where they
wlll; spend a yeur In a college. . . ,
Mrs M. E. HslUday ha returned to her
home at Grantville. Utah, afer a visit with
her Bister. Mra. Vt A. Jidii.
Miss Maude Johnson, 1:3 Fifth avenue. (
it.ii alimony nir LMiiuKiue, wnere sue will
spend several week with friends.
Mrs. O. F Anderson of North Eighth
street, left Tuesday for Denver. Colorado
Springs and other Colorado points.
Mr. W. C. Unthsnk. 810 Avenue A, re
turned home last Tuesday from s trip to
Salt Lake City and other western points.
Mr. J, C. Doty has left for an extended
trip to Knowlton, Mont., where he will
visit, his daughter,, Mrs... Etta, Doty Hamil
ton. , -. , r ,
Mm and' Mrs. J: N. Schemer of Glen
avenue have returned from Boston, after
placing their daughter, Tina, In a conserva
tory of muslo. . ' . -
Mr. snd Mrs. C. 8. Byers removed vester-
OAV from thlr hnraa , I .
z- - " " u.i . wiru . n,CJIUC I H I
The Renarn. vhere t. .- , i. , . I
Mrs. W. H. Klllpatrlck. 140 Grant street.
hssas her guest her mother nd sister.
Mrs. W. W Brown and ;Mlss Jcnnett
Brown of Shelby: la. , ; '
,,Mr"' J- T' banning and dHiighter. May.
HA Seventh avenue, left .Thursday evening
for Portland. Ore., where they will spend
several weeks with relatives. , .
Leigh Bfcllenger', a member of the high
school graduating class of 'OS, left Thurs
day for Uncoln. where he will begin his
studies in the University of Nebraska. -
i..T.h P' Mv club- was entertained
Vednesday afternoon, at the home, of Mrs.
Y.ohn J- MulqUeen, 719 Seventh avenue. Mrs.
Paul Snyder will be the hostess this week.
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Smith of Beatrice are
visiting for a short time with their son,
M; Lielmar W. Smith. 1 Third avenue
while- en route east, where they will visit
relatives In Chicago. -
The marriage of Mr. Clarence H. Judson.
tormerly of this city, now of Seattle!
.Van? M,5f La"fa Feilanua Meyers
will tak plac Tuesday evening. October 2
st the residence of the bride s mother, Mrs.
F. Meyers, 4ol Park avenue, thia city.
d!?' Ji"m'"c?i',lb'' 'orr""'l.v of Council
Blurt's, left Friday evening for her hpme
in SeHttle.- She haa been visiting frifeiids
In tnls city snd Shenundoah, and had Just
returned from V . V,.L, i. l. :
, -' " " - v.. n, " urir sue spent
some time With her daughter, Mra John
The Luncheon Whist club met Wednesday
i,,.1?" rrtlence of Mrs. Charles Huas, Ml
tlfth avenue. The , afternoon waa spent
In playing whist, after which luncheon
w".,1"?red . Nfxt wek the club will meet
on Wednesday afternoon, at the home of
Mrs. 8. C. Key. 23s Bouth Seventh ttreet. .
A number of her women friends gathered
yesterday afternoon to tender Mrs. Mar
garet E. Hay, mother of Mrs. G. W. Bny-i
iter t t h , . ,.(,. a . a, - ,.
llsh Lutheran church, their congratulatlona,
iv irin on- eigniy-nrsi Dirtnosy anniver
sary. "Grandma" Hay, as she is afTeq
tlonately called by her friends, waa the re-
' jsJW"-"T"- -.rr BsWsw
Radiant Home Baseburners
Tha reason these wonderful heat
ers are so celebrated la because
they are built for use and economy
and not for look and show. . They
bare the largest heating capacity
and most radiating aurface of any
baseburner. and nerfect rem la.
tlon, makes them
Quickly as Possible
clplent of a number of handsome memen
toes of the occasion.
At the home of his daughter. Mrs. W. 8.
Csss, on Grant street, a celebration was
held Thursday of the Tilth birthday of
Mr. R. R. Randall of LlnVoln. who returned
home this afternoon. In spite of his years,
Mr. Randall is atlll lisle, hearty and HCtive
and occupies a responsible position with the
The members of the Junior league of the
Fifth Avenue Methodist church tendered
Rev. and Mrs. W. N. Graves 'a farewell
surprise party Tuesday evening. Mrs.
Grsves was presented by her- young guests
with a handsome gold chain. Rev. Graves
has been assigned to the church at Logan
for the coming year.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Zorbsugh. 118 Bloomer
street, celebrated their leather wedding
Monday evening at their home, by enter
taining about forty guests- Thoss present
were the same as st the wedding. Many
pretty and beautiful lesther presents were
prpented. The evening was spent merrily
with jamst, sfter which dainty refresh
ments were served. The house was dec
orated throughout with purple and whit
A very pretty wedding occurred lest
Thursday evening at p. m when Mr.
Andy Knudsen, jr., snd Miss Mae Russell
were united In marriage by Rev. Clyde
Copelnnd, pastor of the People's Union
church. The ceremony took place st the
new home on Thlrty-f hlrd street and Ave
nue F, recently built by the groom. The
home was tastefully decorated with ferni
and alters. After the wedding supper was
served to a number of friends.
, Weodl Wood I Wood!
"MISSOURI OAK. SECOND GROWTH.
BY THE CORD, IN STOVE LENGTHS OR
CHUNKS. A BIG RICK, 11. CO. BRIDEN
8TEIN A SMITH. 'PHONE 182. FOUR
TEENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET.
If you need a sewing machine or want
to rent a machine of want your' machine
repaired, call on Williamson,, at .1? South
Main street. II ha machines to rent from
26c up. '
First class watch, work and Jewelry
CENTRAL FLOUR-41.15. Every sack
warranted. Central Grocery and Meat Mar
ket. Both 'phones 24.
NEW LOCATION. 30
t'TES SHOW NO OF MOVIXG
Stockmen Get la easy as Redmea'a
Moaey Gives Oat.
DOUGLAS. Wyo:. Sept. 22. (Special. )
The outlook Is constantly becoming more
threatening with reference to the seven
hundred Ut Indians, who gave ao much
trouble here a few weeks ago, and .who
are still camped In this vicinity, notwith
standing their declaration several times
that they Intended to leave. For six
weeks they hare been living In their tee
pees along the river, and It looks as though
It wa their Intention to stay all winter.
Not only are they doing this, but they
are sending back to the White Rock agency
In Idaho, to tell their brothers that they
are having a royal good time, and ask
ing them to come help them eat the dog. .
When they came they were provided m-ith
ROGERS & SONS CO.
14TH AND FARNAM STREETS.:
. Hot Blast
Holds- fire 24 hours with a
hod full of coal. The large
' number of attempted Imita
tions of this store Is the
strongest testimonial of Its
Imonial of Its
sell the genu
- Ine, up from .
, f hi Jt'l'
These they have sold and traded until
now they have, nothing left except their
Are arins nml a considerable amount of
ammunition.1 The bucks are scouring th
hills for antelope and other wild aarhe.
and it Is thought are killing some stock.
As their money Is giving out. it is prob
able tlvey will begin to .make open slaughter
of cattle and sheep before long, and there
will then be open Warfare between the
stiiflf man nn,l I I,a ,.4
W. C. T. U. OF SOUTH DAKOTA
Fqaal Snffrasre and Loral Oatloa Will
Be Pnshed Before) Jtext
PARKER P. V., bept. 22.-(Spcclal Tsle
gram.) Yesterday's meeting of th slgtt
Woman's Christian Temperance union con
vention In session here was full of -interest.
The report of Corresponding Secre
tary Grace Van Vleet Boyd showed th
best results ever secured from tho unions.
The report of the treasurer, Mrs. -F: A'.
Bldwell, showed all bills paid and a nett1
balance In the treasury. Th year's re
ceipts wera 12,412; the membership, 1,607, t
gain of 21 for the year.
Todav's sessions . were devoted tit dlsctia.
slons reports, elec tion of officers, etc. ' Tht '
new officers-" nre! President Mrs f.tietl.
Ramsey,. Woonsocket ; vice president, ' Mrs.
Floy .Cochrane. .Brookings; Correspond In i
secretary,-. Mrs. Grace Van.. Vleet. Boyd,.
Lacey; recording secretary, Mrs. Ruby Jor
dan Smith, Wesslngton Springs; treasurer,
Mrs. F. A. .Bldwell MUcheJl; all re-elected.
About 100 delegates are present. ' Xh 1Ut
ble- diamond ; oratorical oontest, will tuke
place this evening. A temperance rally 1i-
mnrirti. In IwA'nf 'tha 1 Al.iiM.h'Aa
...... .. ... . ..... VN.,,,,,,,
Local option and equal .sufTrajre will be
pressed before the rntxt'leglslatur. . ,
Delegates at large' ' to the' national
Woman'a Christian Temperance.'inlon con
vention at Hartford, , Conn.: Miss Rose
Bower of -Rapid City, Mrs. Elmer Smith
Of Mitchell. Mrs. Ouincv I.es Morrow- of
Brookings, Mrs. Mary' Peterson of Wa
konda; to the world's Woman's Christian.
Tempersnce Union st Boston: Mrs. S. A.
Ramsey of Woonsocket and Mrs. F. A.'
Bldwell of Mitchell. '
A Promlaeat Cltlsen of Deerfleld. lai-
Reeomnieads Chamberlala's Colic,
Cholera aad Diarrhoea ' 1
For the last fifteen years I have used and
nM .It... 1 lain'. i I. nl n nA w ,
rhoea Remedy In my own family It ha
always own a cerium inu positive cure
for -dysentenry and bowel troubles,' and I
can cheerfully recommend . It to anyone
suffering from pains In the. ' stomach or
bowel complaint. It Is a remedy wusrut
an equal. Frank C. Walker, Deerflsld. Ind.
, Armours Dray Heport.
CHICAGO, Sept. 22. Representatives of
Armour & Co. today declared that there
Is no truth in the report that J. Ogden
Armour is about to close out his holdings
In Armour A Co. to the Swifts.
v Steel Range ... ...
Our range sale Is booming. The
low prices we have placed on these
high grade rangea mane rare bar
gains for the- wise buyer. No
putty or stove bolts used ia the .
Quick Meal- all-eteel construction.
That's why they
with high warm
log closet. . . , , . .
J - m'. . 1 J' I
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