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TTTH 05l AH A . DAILY TIER : ' TUESI)A V, ' REPTKMnKn'' 2.V ' "1006.
NEWS ; OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
OfBc. 10 1H
Clerfc'a.' da.f " V 9
Gtockert sella carpefa.
Fln-ngra-Tlia t I.irTert'a.
Ed Roger Tony Faust bear.
Oet those yiear photos at Schmidt'.
Plumbing- and heating, Blxby Boa.
Lewis Culler, (anirtl director,, phone T.
Woodrtng- Undertaking company. Tel til.
chord sumjlle. Alexander'. W trway.
pu7 "r umnfr . 01 ..uprpr, council
B Bine, ia. tie ran outsell them all.
DIAMONDS AS AN INVESTMENT.
TALK-XCKLEFFERT ABOUT. IT. ; -
Buy your phonpgraph arid reoorda from
I Williamson, 1J ruth Main atraet. .
Superfleu haira removed permanently by
lectrolyaes at Oravei', lot Pearl B-
George Ho aland haa the Kanaaa Shall
one, aii nara Dries, uei ms prices.
Sea Stephen Bros, for fere brtck and Sr I
clay, ,-sewer pip,-StUng. ana garden bose. In what Is known aa the waterworks in
Oak Leaf camo. RoVal ' Nela-hbors 'of tuhrtlon suit, stated ihit ha honed ta do
America, will meet this evening at their
The prtstpone4 'regular ; monthly 'meeting
of the Board of Education has been called
for this evening.
We -take : contracts for paper hanging,
painting and interior decorating. Borwick,
III ftevth Mala.' - '
CUT FLOWERS FROM HtCRMAN
OKKEN !UaE8. OH SALE
BWA1NE Ic MAXfcR.
8. B. Ford, and Jennie Alloth, both of
Omaha, were married -in thla city yester
day by Rav.-Henry IteLong.
Lay ud night' delmoi at 'Western' Iowa
colleger - Btiroentk v assisted to positions. '
Bend for catalog., 'Phona for information. -" , ...
Both 'phones. - j an? case expire until December 19, of this
1 P' U toa for caat Iron; mixed. ! yrKT ana possibly not until January 24,
cf coVperVc Sr T tkLJi : - ' th. contention that the
Main, bca , 'phones 0. j franchise doea not expire until December
Wa wholesale Ice cream. Shipped to any ! 19 of this year is that although the charter
?Iirfh-"'?tM'-.4B?!C.'l,irPr.'!2" 2 lh'l" granted January 24. U81' It was
retail trade. 1 MuccL 111 West Broadway, " , ,
Council, Bluff s, la,. Tel. 64. surpended until December 19 of that year,
Wa hava the finest line of sample mdnu- owing to litigation .begun by N. P. Dodge
menta to select from in the west. Bheeiey
A Lane Marble and Granite works, 21
ast Broadway, Council Bluff, la.
Don't' fall . to .look through .Petersen At
Schoening s llde of furniture, rugs, mat
tings ana lace ' ctlrtains.' ' kkilu on easy
payments. Liberal discount tor cash.
Justice Field performed tne marriage cer
emony yesterday tor otto Sueinnlc and
Laura fclegllch, a. young couple wtio came
all the way ; lrom Minueapoila, Minn., to
xnere will be no mid-week, aei-vicea
Wednesday evening at hi. John a Knffimh '
Lutheran chyron. as previously announced. ,
The Choir, rehearsal nowever, will be bold j
Wedn;dy.ana Friday evenings- 4
James Collier, arrested on a vagrancy
Lutheran chyron, as previously announced. ',
charge late Maturdtry night, was lined sw ready to submit his 'report to the city coun-fn-
P'f curi yMteraay ,,,oin- cIl at lu meeting. Monday night, October 1.
Ing, the tine bring suwpenaeg ion ins mom- , . ... .l . , , , . .
Is? to: shake the dust of - CVuncii rilutrs I The "ult of tne Omaha Bridge Termi
Jrom Ws heels before night. ' nal company against Charles R. Hannan
Ws tjever falj to give absolute fcatlafac- and others, was submitted to Judge Mc-
i.ltm,"..:CyM;? ,"nf1 by our sanitary pnr,on yesterday on the demurrer of the
process are .thoroughly cleaned. We taite , . ,. , . .,.. . ..
thenfMH.tourdor wid reisy them, iou plaintiff to the defendants answer. This
have no trouble or . annoyance, call up ' Suit la one of aeveral arising out of the at
1S and sea how cheap we do" It. The tempt of Hannan to acquire by purchase
Council Bluffs Carpet cleaning and Hug . ,
ManufBg Co4 North Main atreet D0Ut 1 000 ,cre" on th we8t ld of lhe
1HU OLLoWnNi L.tx.4vjte win. x,ai Missouri river from the state of Iowa un
SEKVED at CLAKK'8 booa FOUNTAIN i der an act of the Thirtieth general assem
Pmohphati lMAHJAHPr:Tif.w? I Wrt auditor .of state -W
IVhadL-WUa" 2o?f)jg!-n all' abandmed river beds, lakes . nd
ICAL-ti'NDAE. lie: MASldCHlNOiCUa islands In the waters of the state, to-
.Vff4. tot-AUTlf. Uc; , gether with accretiona to such landa. Han
uaV?' 1Ci t APt,1!ian wa. the first appUcant for tha pur-
wait for the hio it.tnr.n.iniinn' ti.t t I
Oct. . Hot Blast Heater barnina- liafd I
coal, soft', coal, cpn. ;U in operation dur' '
ing this week, coles new High Oven
Kanae- andcCoia'a.Coielsed Hot Blast Hteel
Hana jilso In operation. ' They, broil, , boll, ,
Daae, toast, roast and cook an at tne
same time. Don t miss It, Oct. 1 to Oct. (
Paddock ft llandschey Hdw.i 41 S. Main.
Large, posters announcing the republican
meeting at the' New -theater 'inuredy
evening of this week, . whon Hun. J. J.
tannuu. 4cakru of. .hp UiWt tff reure-.i
aentativea, and Hun. James K. Wtimm,
congressman from Indldnu. -will ' speak,
have been distributed aoout the city and a
large number sent td tne surrounding
towns In tne Ninth congressional district.
Mayor Macrae yesterday Isaued the call
for m special matting ol the city council
tonight,- at which time he 'win return
without 'Ills- signature tha contract Willi
the Cllisena' Ua and lectrlc company tor
tne city lighting, approved by the cuuncit
a week' ago by a vute or to z. it was
stated yesterday by several ot the council
men that indications were that the con
tract. Would be approved over the mayor's
veto. ' - -
Charles Miller and- Harry Dougherty, two
f the llnee man and. tne three women ar
rested at Ogden house in the room w lit re
the police uiscovered an opium lay out,
forfeited their bonus,, amounting to- x.W.
in police court by tailing lo.mir. IranK
O Nell, who failed to secure bono, had hia
bearing continued until thia malnlng, hS
did Arthur -Bitter, who hud pu Uv a lot)
cash bond and who did not snow up until
court was ready to adjourn for the day.
A further partial ' hearing ' was had ' In
police court yesterday In the ''case of I.
Joffe, the . lewer . Broadway grocer and
butcher, charged with selling and having
tainted meat for sale. The testimony Of
Dr. Miller, the city food Inspector, as to
the eondJtlou . ofi, JoRe s -market and the
quality of meat sold -Mm, waa corrob
orated by aeveral wltneaaes.v who testified
to hsvlng purchased meat there- which waa
not up to the standard by any means. As
Joffe' e attorney had to atteno to a case in
the district court ths hearing waa con
tinued. Ms Chrlstensen. en route from Oakley,
Kss., lo Wakonds. .8. D., reported to the
police late Sunday night the loss of hia
pocketbook, eontainlng $180 In cash and his
ticket from this cltn to his destination in
fiouth. Dakota. Chrlstensen told the police
he. had vlalted the New theater during -tne
evening and '-thought' he might have
dropped It'tliere or had his pocket -picked.
Yesterdsy the police lesrned that, a certain
woman had been seen to pick up the pock
etbook. The 'police, however, took no ac
tion yesterday,, rspectlug that the woman
would, as soon as ahe learned the owner of
tha pocXetbooH, return ). .,:, ,..
. ;.Fe--' hale-:
A GOOD PA YrNO 8MOB STORE, DOINO
II. 100 A MONTH." 'WILL INVOICE 13.000.;
SPLKNDID OPF.NINO. DCNCAN ft
DEAN, 22 MAIN ST.. COUNCIL BLUFFS,
All persons 1 nowlng . themselves . to be
Indebted to POrrah, Bean or the Duaoa i
Shoe company are' requested to, call and
Licenses to wed etera Issued yesterday to
Name and Residence.
Joseph J. Petrick, Howella. Neb...
Mary T. Mlnarek. Clark son. Neb..
B. Ford. Omaha.-..:....
Jennie AHoth,.' Uaiaha... ...
W. S. Wilkinson. Waterloo la....
Lulu N Ueise,. NeoLa, la....
Otto Sireiunlck, Minneapolis, Minn., 22
laura Stegllch,' Minneapolis, Minn 21
Ralph I. Scott, Neola, Ia.' 21
kmrna A. Anderson, Neola; la.... 20
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Owaer Seeds Maaoy.
Must sell anoderS .six-room dwelling near
high school jTel.. al. Charles T. Officer.
419 Broadway.,. '
If you need . a sewing machjna or want
to rent a machine or want your machine
repaired, call on Williamson, at IT South
Main tret. Ha baa machines to rent from
Ke up. -.- -.-
lm I nWiHrWee thing In mat
j alt-a r ii lo. .! ti
brllltaet liialre aa IKJ
or 41 ot r.
KM ITT? KAftfPI.lt ASdraas DaaL a
m r- m '.i ; -i
St. Tel. 43
WATER WORKS RULING SOON
Jndgs KcPheriot Indicates Ha May Fan
on Caw Thii Week.
INVOLVES DATE OF COMPANY FRANCHISE
tane Relating; te l.aad la Bast Omaha
Claimed by llaaaaa aad Ala by
Bridge Casapaay Sabmltted ,
to the teart. "" '
Judge Smith McPherson of the United
States court, when asked last night how
oon n ! to hand down his decision
before fnd of , we.k- Th. wlt
,n I""""" that brought In April of
this year by UeOrge N. Smalley, a resident
of Maasachussets and stockholder in the
waterworks company, ' to-restrain the city
council from putting' Into force the ordi
nance passed February 2, which provided
for a reduced schedule of water ratea.
The question of the fairness of the rates
named In the ordinance ia not raised in
this suit, although the ordinance la at
tacked. The contention made Is that the
. . . . ., ... , . ,
and others of this city. Later the council
extended the time for completing the con
struction of the wsterworks plant to Janu
ary 24, 1883, and it Is contended that this
extension operated to exterid the franchise
twenty-five years from that date, or until
January 24, 1908.
William Klersted, the expert employed by
the city to make a computation of the
value ol the present waterworks plant and
furnish an estimate of the cost of a new
one, haa returned to the
,.,,,,,,,..1 ,. rn
additional data before co
Prt- Mr- Klersted, it Is
one, haa returned to the dry to procure
completing his Te-
chase of lands In controversy and at the
time of his acDllcat on deDOSlted 11.000 with
ih. .t.ia auditor '
.. The. terminal company in Ita demun-er
contended that Ilannan'a application for
purchase had been rescinded, owing to the
fact that the Thlrty-ftrst general assem
bly altered the law, . Ihua repealing ti e
act of the prevloue legislature. t The ter
minal company had flled under i the act
6f the ' inmi -legislature," nut on behalf of
Hannan R waa contended that the act of
the Thlrty-flrst general assembly was uri-i
constitutional and the repeat was Ineffec
tive aa he had a vested right under the
act of the Thirtieth general assembly. -,
Judge McPherson took the case under ad
visement. As the same question Is In
volved la the other suits against Hannan
In this matter, the disposition of this one
will determine them.
If you think of painting your house let
as give you an estimate now,
antee'the paint to be made of pure ma
terials, mixed and put up by skilled me
chanics, ao when we paint It stays painted.
Wa also have some odd lots of artistic wall
paper that we are closing out at low prices
to make way for new stock. If you want
good paper at little cost come see us now.
Jensen- ft Nlcolaesen, 238 Broadway. -
HANK AJI D FILE TO BE 1SVITEJ)
Xew Featare ia Heanlea of Army at
Ths local committee in . charge of ar- (
rangetnente for the. entertainment of tha
Bucixy or me Army or tne lennessee
its reunion in tnis city on movemoer s
and 9. hsa decided upon an Innovation In
connection with the meeting. The Society
of the Army of the Tennessee Is composed
solely of commissioned , pincers. Thla
year on the augge.tlon of Major teorge
H. Richmond, chairman of the local execu -
tlya committee, the men of the rank and
me of lha Army of th. Tennessee will be
invited to gather here during the reunion
to meet and greet the men under whom
The suggestion was first submitted by
Major Richmond to General G. M. Dodge,
president of the society, and was by him
referred to the executive committee . of
the society The suggestion, was heartily I
approved by the committee and notice to
this effect was received yesterdsy morning
by Major Richmond from General Dodge.
The local committee will at once Jasus
tha invitations to tha rank and file and
make aultable arrangements for their' en
tertainment when they coma here.
Major Richmond atated yesterday that
he had every reason to believe that tha
reunion of the Society of tha Army of
the Tennessee in Council Bluffs this yoar
would be the greatest In the history of
the organisation. Three hundred and
ninety-five invitations were aent out by
the local committee Friday and up, to
yeaterday Major Richmond had already
received .seventeen replies, fourteen of
which were to the effect that tha party
addressed would be. .there without fail.
Five of the fourteen answers also stated
they would be accompanied by their wivea.
- The letter from General Dodge also, con
tained the Information that General 1 'red
Grant, General J. A. Black, General O. O.
Howard and General Osterhaus are to he
preaent at the reunion and that Mrs. John
A. Logan, .widow of the famous general,
and her daughter, are also to be present.
The banquet will be held at the Grand
hotel on tha night of November 9 and
General Howard and Mrs. Logan are on th
program to respond to toeets. Indications
are the banquet 'will be the blggeat ever
held by the society.
The program for th reunion haa not
yet been, completed, but the local commit
tees are hard at work.
NEW, LOCATION. 20
Cases la Javeaile Caart.
Peter Loeeth. soa of Chris Loaeth, 1113
hi. iyeard daughter. Fior,cfc Toung
Uwath I alleged to have attempted the
ajtlt auiaaav a'taranAa tm ta Tasailnit
utn Tentn atreet. a is a not quite it years j impure, u uncanny maiier, cut nas me system of Malaria, and restores the
f age, waa arretted yesterday on com- blood to a strong, healthy condition. S.' S. S., hesides removing the germs
piaim of wuiiaia Knight, who charged o! Malaria,' builds up and give tone and vigor to the entire system bv its
him- with attempting .criminal aaaault on fine tonic effects. Malaria is a blood disea anrt a o a i ......
avenue school hmise. The little Knight girl
and a companion. It Is sal?, cllmbod
through a window Into the! school and
we,r seen by young I.netth, who followrd
thm. The . boy, denies the , charge, ami
asserts that the " girls became frightened
when he found them In the . building and
screamed. The lad wjll, be .brought before
Judge Mary In the Juvenile dlvlolon of the
district court this morning, in the mean
time having been turned over to the
custody of his father.
A. C. Shoemaker, residing at 110 South
Tenth street, yesterday filed Information
In the Juvenile division of the district
court, charging two boys. Mel Johnson of
J4 South Tenth street and Charles Case of
lm South Eleventh street, with robbing
Ma peach orchard. The boya wfll probably
have a hearing today.
tpeclal sale on etchings framed lx. t
osk frames, 21.50 up. Picture framing a
speclslty. A good time to paper your home.
See our 'new line of wall papera. Oet our
figures for home decorating. W. 8. Hewet
son, Broadway and Fourth street.. Council
Bluffs. It Is no task for. us to mske you
figures, and If we are not the lowest we do
not expect the business.
Swanson Music company, 407 Weat
Broadway the place where you will And
a splendid assortment of pianos to select
from. ' Conovers, Cables. Schubert and
Kingsbury's. All clean, new goods. Prices
and terms to suit every person. Wa think
it a good house to deal with.'
CITY LOSES TAX FF.RRET CASE
U. W. Hewitt Flies Demarrer, Wtlrk
In the district court yesterday the lax
ferret suit of County Treasurer Conalgny
against O. W. Hewitt of this city was
decided in the latter's favor and th-.- cms
of the case taxed to the couu'y. Atiomey
Hcwrtt, as agent for his aunt, Mr.-. I'flkcr,
a resident of Ann Arbor, Mich., waa sued
for taxes oy certain mortgage U Id by
Mrs. Felker, for the years isa to 1U, In
due! ve. . Hewitt -demurred to th claim
and the county treasurer confessed to dis
miss as to the taxes for IS. 1X97 and 1898,
aa these were barred by the statute of lim
itations. As to the tuxes Tor the two re
maining years Judge Mac) susutined the
demur,-er of th defendant nnd the plu'ntlff,
electing to stand on his original ti-irn.
the case was dlsm-ved uni the costs taxed
to Pottawattamie county. Heaitt con
tended that he had merely u power rf at
torney to release the morgaies whn they
were paid off and that they were nuver In
hia possession so that no could list I ."cm
for taxation. . .-
Anna L, Strong begin iuit for divorce
from George W. Strong, to whom line a as
married at - Tekarhah, N:b. October' 13,
18. She alleges that her husband de
serted her October Vtt. In addifun 4o
the divorce she asks the court to decree
the title to their home to 01. m Iter. ;'
George A. Hoaglnnd com msnoert.' S.ilt to
establish a lien of IU40.70 -on the Good
rich hotel building recntly coinpletd at
the corner of Broadway iind Klijlith atreti
for material aupplled. W . 8. Oodilch,
proprietor of the hotel, J. P. Waavei. the
contractor; tha Conjolidl'ed : Construction
company, the First National bank (f thia
city, the Fred MlUer Brewing CJinpai.y of
Milwaukee, and Sw-nne ft' Mauer of this
city, are named as d.fi-icinu-s.
; Former. Councilman L. A. Casper has
brought suit to enjoin the city from assess
ing or attempting to collect the assessment
for the paving' opposite his ireporty. at
Ninth ' avenue and! Third avenue. -: H
also asks' $1,000 damages' for -a nuisance
created and roalptalnedby tiie t,itydni4i'ont
of the property. - The suit arises &vir the
construction of a crossing, placed; after lhfi
paving waa laid, which Gasper claims
throws the surface f water ' and mud onto
' The prisoners indicted lest week hy the
grand Jury was arraigned and all,' with the
exception of George Bishop, rlmrged with
tha theft of 420 from the resljeuca of Mlas
Avery, and Joe Bennett, charged with ths
theft of a bicycle, the property of Baxter
Green, entered nlaaa .if n..r ai.lltv T7. .
J ett B).nop ,dlnKUd tJ th, ra,''t.4hB
thev had been rivhtlv In.llct-H
All of the defendants a ere without Court-
sel or means to obtain the serves cf ame
and Judge Macy assigned them ttto:reys
as follows: W. R. Jacn, Attorney J.
J. Stewart; 8. C. Whittaker, Jo:Bcrnett,
William Jacques, George Bishop, Attorney
R. J. Organ; James Gardiner, R.jlvrt Wil
liams. Attorney Gall Garretson; John John
son, Walter Monroe. G. Henry,, A.. Smith,
Attorney Wadsworth; William Fry, At'or
nev E. Schurs. : ' '
O. C. Carter has begun . suit- for divorce
from Mabel C. Carter - to whom he was
married In Boone. Ia.. March , lM. Ha
allege that his wife's ungovernable temper
i compelled him to leave her Thursday of
I compelled him to leave her Thursday
wt wek. He ,kB th. cu,t0,y of thflr
( 7-yesr-oId daughter and the possession of
, Kbout wort of furBltur, ,nd.nou,e
no,d g00d, now held by his wife. As he la
fBarfu, Mr. Carter may r(,mov0 th. fur.
nltur, ou, of tne JurledlctoR of
, h, k tha, tempor, ,njUnct,on be
imurd straining her from ao doing,
Th. E d,vorce agreement
I ,, A ,,, .., tm ' ,
perjury flled against Eppe by his wife
and the similar counter charges filed
against Mrs. E-ppa, were Ignored by the
Natlea ta easterners.
COAL IS SCARCE IN COUNCIL
BLUFFS. WE BOUGHT EARLY AND
ADVISE YOU TO AVAIL YOURSELF
OF OUR PRESENT SUPPLY OF COAL
WHILE IT LASTS. BRIDENSTEIN ft
SMITH. SIXTH ST. AND FOURTEENTH
AVE. TEL. 132.
3.309 acres good farm land ia aeatera Colo
rado. $5 per acre and up; no Irrigation re
quired. Can raise all kinds of am all grain
and corn. A few good homesteads Join
our lsnda. Send for printed matter. T. C.
Lougee, 124 Main street. Council Bluffs, la.
GOOD WEIGHT,' GOOD MEASURE AND
GOOD QUALITY ARE MATTERS OF
VITAL IMPORTANCE TO THE GROCERY
BUYER: they are of much Importance to
us; by having all three of ths right stand
ard we have gained and continued to hold
tha trade of a large and ' discriminating
The healthy color of the ritln Is given to it by the jnifliona of little red
corpuscles in the blood. These, are the carriers of nourishment, health and
strength to all part of the body in other words the very life of the
blood. When the germs of Malaria get into thia vital fluid; they destroy
these corpuscle and rob the blood of ita rich, life-ausUlning qualities, ren
dering it thin, weak and watery and unable to supply the system with the
needed streseth to resist disease. Then th
pale, sallow complexions, weak vitality, poor appetite, deranged digestion. .
general -let down" condition of the system, and perhaps chills. and slight
fever, show that this insidious disease is gradually affecting the entire health
Malaria must be removed from the system through the circulation,' and the
medicine to accomplish thij is S. S. It not only cleanses the blood of all
j it is a perfect tlood purifier. Book on the blood and' any medkaldvice
' aitllotit chanr" wtrtr- m.nrr - . .V T-L
class of custodiers. Can't we have yours?
Ordera ara filled promptly and -rsrefully
and prlpea are aa low, a the prevailing
market rates will permit Juhn Olsen, 739-41
A. . Meteane A Co,
New location of Wholesale Bakery,
tl Mynster Street. -C. Fluffs. Is.
Home-made Bread a Specialty.
. Visitors Welcome.
8KE OCR SPECIAL DISPLAY IN OITR
NEW BVTLDINQ f the Monarch malleable
Iron and steel ranges. . The only perfect
range on the market that. lasts, and gives
satisfaction. Keller-Farnsworth Furniture
company. 111-13-15 West Broadway. Council
When you buy a piano at A. Hospe ft
,,. .,.. marJ.t. nrotected by
the guarantee of the most reliable music
house In the west.
Council Bluffs. '
2( South Main street,
THE MOST . UP-TO-DATE RESTAUR
ANT IN COUNCIL BLUFFS. GOOD SER
VICE AND HOME COOKING. The Calu
met restaurant, S30 Broadway.
Real F.ntate ; Transfers.
These transfers' Were reported to The Bee
September 24 by thePottaaattamle County
Abstract company of Council Bluffs:
Maud I. Snodgrass and husband to
Christian Kberhart, lots 22. and 23.
block 32, Central snbdlv., W. d $2,500
Assignee of Keens Five Cent Savings
bank to U. O. Kepner. lot 8. block 15,
Heirs' subdlv... S. w. d 2,000
Olsf Glllgam and wife to Rosa Marcus,
lot 7. block 10, Mullln's subdlv.. w. d.
Heirs of W. C. Spetmsn to Fred W.
Hpetman, lot 9, block 4, Street add.,
n. c. d....,
F. W. Spetman and wife to Antoinette
M. Spetman. lot 9, .block 4, Street'a
add., q. c. d 32
Heire of William C. Spetman to Ella
8petman. lot 7, block 4, Street's add.,
w. d 250
Robert L. Rain snd wife to Thomas K. . -Huff.
w40 feet lot 5. block 34,. Central
sulKilv., w. d ...ITS
Thomas H. James and wife lo Minnie
Sweetman. kit 9, block 1. Railroad
add., w. d.. VJ 50
S. C. Foots to E. D. HaJe, part lots
1. 2. 2. 4. I and , block 91. -Crescent
Cltv. a. w. d , 4J
Countr. treasurer td A. C. Keller, lots
14. 16, 16 and 17. block IS. Highland
Place,' t. d 3
County treasurer to A. C , Keller, lot
I. block 39, Central subdlv., t. d '7
Nathan C.' Sears and wife to F. J.'
Fitsgerald. nwH block M. Allen ft
Cook's add.,, w. a.....,.f
Twelve transfers. Total.- v .........
For Imported wines.. , liquors arid Bud
wetser beer go td L. .Jtosenfeld, wholesele
liquor dealer, 619 South Main street.
CENTRAL FLOUR-.!,-18- Evry sack
warranted. Central Grocery anil Meat Mar
ket., Both 'phones 14.
PEARL 8T. r
-'' fit' ' ' ''" !-. '
N T. Plumbing Co. Tsl. 250, Night, L691
io QI-'ITABLE BITl;'rOH. 'HOSPITAL
htat Board af Caateol 'oeB Tarvaarh
List of Property OBered.
V 4Frorn a. 'Staff jCoftespondent.) .
DE MOINES. SepUuiil. (Special. AJ
thoUgh'' the ' State Board of Control haa
visited forty or more eltea that have "been
offered to the atate. foT ta site for the
tuberculosis hospital an.'!hes' exhausted the
list tit1 thbia offered ft-nas failed to,.'(!4d
one thai-Is suited -to Mhe' purpose aut)
meet the requirements laid down by the
board, aa f unamentat. (18 ffe ttpiti , fcow
engaged In sesrchlng .th4l.1tMB lor a site
thst Is aultable for the purpose. The re
quirements1 laid downiorAbe . Bog'dJof
Control are; Ah InegHauatfbl supply :of
purs' ti&ti gpbd drath)i$ in ;posslblllty
Ot disposing of ,Vthe -'saiw(fge';.4ocatd...ao'
that supplies can be swltched'-fronv rail
road to Institution grourda;. that , It shall
be on- high ground; that U aiII be within
easy reach of the public!-that 'there -shall
be atjlehat a. (Juarter. section of . go.iJ ,fapn
If.nd. ;' ''! f ui - 1 tf
Chairman Woods of tha. republican. atate
central committee today' fixed on October
I n the date f"or the TntKMiafrct ,-onfe?-.
enca of committeemen, candidates and edi
tors,' 'jjt.' will be at,"ort' Dpd'ge! Com
mitteeman . Converse, In' charge of the
speakers' bureau, . announced , dates fur
speeches by Sena tor 'botllver 'as follows:
October 1 at Indlanela- October 4 at -Atlantic.
'October - 5 t Adabon, Octobef,' $
at confrrenCa a;t Fort Dodge.
Tha supreme court today decided th fol-H
lowing caaeai '' ' 5 r '"-' '" -. ,
Banker' Mutual Casualty company ap
pellant against First National . bank of
Council Bluffs, .appeal from Polk district
court, reversed. Suit waa to enforce the
payment ot. an aaseaamsnt on a policy of
Insurance..- . s '" "
L. C. tirlffln appellant against C. E.
Pskine and C. F. Andrews, reeelvers of
the Corning State bank, eppeal from Adams
district- court. Suit to secure surrender
and cancellation of bond-' and mortgage, re
Before the court this afternoon attorneys
argued the cake of A. P. Huggard against
the American Glucose company -of Daven
port, a solt'for damages for personal In
jury In which the verdict of the Jury In the
lower "court waa. foe $J99 Che largest ver
dict for.personsl Injury-1 eVef-"rendered-In
the state.'- ..-- . ; .-.-..::..
The weekly crop bulletins, Issued, here
and the dally corn and- whear bulletins,
both of which are Issued by' the weather
and crop aervlce, will end thla week. At
the offices In the government building
here It Is said today that the corn crop
la practically safe from frost, at least safe
from any frost likely to come at this sea
son of the yesr and the bulletins will there
fore be ended. The last of the weekly bul
letins will he leased tomorrow and -ths
dsily corn and wheat 'bulletins will cease
Sunday next. . ,-...
Fair a( Massaara.-
SIDNKT. Ia., Bept, 24-r-(8perlal.)
After belna surfeited with carnival and
street fairs with oriental attachment.
Hamburg Is to return, fa the food old
fashioned asrtcultural fair, 'after a laps
of twentjr-fire years. The dates ara Sep
tember J3-!3. In addition to tha sgii
cultural. horticultural and stork displays,
there will ba a variety of entertaining
features; races and ball games every day.
bu.ll wrestling, etc. The famous Covalt
hand if pAiinHl Bluffs haa been anaaaa1 '
for the entire week.
RIDS THE SYSTEM
V - .
CIMMLNS OPENS .CAMPAIGN
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Governor af Iowa "! Add , Larre
Audieno at Uhurcb.
DEFINES HIS ATTITUDE ON THE TARIFF
lie Favera Revlalna of Rarb Rrhedeles
that Kxperleaee Demoaatrates.
Work lajastlc to
DBS MOINES, Ia.. 8ept 24. Governor
Cummins opened the republican state cam
paign tonight at Churdan. Ia. Speaking to
an audience of 1,500 busineaa men und
fsrmers". His address was devoted largely
to setting right hia attitude towards tai Iff.
"I am a republican," he declared and
then he affirmed his faith In the protective
tariff principle. He did not, however, te
trad his preconventlon declaration In
favor of a revision of some schedules-and
asserted that hi position In these matters
was not nonrepubllcan. The governor said
The Individuals who compose corporation
have precisely ihe same rights that all
cltisens have In public affairs and they
ought to exercise them with the same
freedom and independence that charac
terises the unincorporated part of the com
munity; but I profoundly believ that cor
porations, as such, should be rigorously
excluded from politics, that such associated
Influence ia a harmful - Influence and If I
could have my way, not one dollar from
the treasury of a corporation would ever
be contributed to the treasury of a political
The principle that the government" of the
United States and the government of the
state shall be conducted by Its men and
not by Its corporations Is not nearer to
the hearts of the people than any article
of partisan faith. Do not misunderstand
me. My opinions on party Issues never
have been- and never will be tempered
to secure democratic votes. I am a republi
can and believe In the doctrines of my
party. . I am proud of its history, cherish
Its traditions snd rejoice In the vlctortea
It haa accomplished. I have abiding con
viction that Its work In the future will be
wine and Just and that Its policies will
lead the nstion through paths of honor to
the highest distinction to which a govern
ment can enjoy. 1 retract nothing that I
have said with regard to the tariff. My
views are unchanged and within the ranks
of the party I will labor as earnestly as
I csn, not for a general .revision of the
schedules,' for that I have never favored,
but for reducing certain duties which our
experience during the past nine years haa
shown to be excessive.
Protection given through import duties
so that our home producers shall enjoy
a reasonaDie advantage in the nome
markets over their foreign competitors is
the cornerstone of our growth and pros
perity, and la a vital article In the repub
My contention has- always been that the
revision of the schedules must be In har
mony with, and baaed upon th protective
policy; that our- duties that are too high
should be lowered, - but not so as to im
pair their efficiency aa protective duties.
Duties should always be high enough to
give the domestic producer hid home market
with a reasonable profit, but they should
never be high enough to enable the domes
tic producer to exact an unfair profit from
the domestic consumer, r The modification
I have worked for and shall continue to
work for In therefore a republican niddl
flcatlon, for while it is true, according to
my way of thinking, that certain excessive
duties have compelled American buyers to
pay unjust -prices they have not wrought
a little of the injury that would be In
flicted by a revision or reduction at the
hands of the democratic party Upon- a
platform of tariff for revenue only.
Mall Clerk's Inarles Fatal.
SIDNEY,' la., Sept. 24. (Special.)
George W. . Chaffee, the mall clerk who
waa ao'badiylnjured aome months ago' In
an accident on the' Sidney-Carson branch
,pt the Burlington, and who haa since been
confined to his home, went to Chcago.ja
few day.a ; , ajjae for ''.mifjdlcal treatment.
Word has .been received that the doctors
give "him no, '.encouragement ,And that hi
chances for reqqyery are eW small.- H
was injured about the bead and at th
bas4 ot, the .brain., . ... . .. ., ... . ,',
;'i ' '
',, - Iowa reat Being; Mlaed.
TIOWA ALLS, Ia..JJept;: :i.r Special)
The .'-big peat ' mine-north. -ot here, in
Franklin county, ia being worked thla fall
with a force of twelve .men. .From twelve
to fifteen tons of peat are' taken out daily,
and when ready for market calls for )3
per ton. - The company now has about SoO
tons mined, and about half of K Is ready
fhr market," The most of the work is done
oy steam power.
ts aod has been for 60 Year a nromot
hod reliable cure for Diarrhoea, Djae&v
Ury, Flux, Cholera. Intanturo. etc. Am
these diseases often come In the night,
very home should be prepared to check
them without delay by having a supply
of this excellent remedy oa hand. All
iflragglste aeli 1U
' ' HOTELS.
aiaaaaa City, WSX. rUasoarl
Thai mafnlflcent bote! ha 100 haaa
ttful rooms and la located at Uth and
aloOe atreet In the ahopplng dlatrloU
Only half a block from the aiinorr.
Bird, Thayer dry good store; near all
log Private Bataa.
Velaphoaaa la SOI BVooias. TKot
Ooia Btnanlag WMtl ta Bvery
VaeaoeUed Oata. rerfaot Onialaa. Club
reakXaat aad Table S'Kot Dlaaer
erred la Oafs. Bates SI a Bay aad
Reservations may ba mad by tl
grapb at our azpens.
KvrpKn-BExsour hotel oo.
3T. A. BBjraoaT, Itaaagaa.
(TWhen in Chicago
7 Stop at The
Reflaed. Elegraut, OuM. Lneated ear.
aer ot city's two Soesr beuiavsrds.
coo rev fact to entire -business eenua-.
Close (o beat - theatres and shopping
district. US raetna, lit private baths:
laaarkms writing aad recaption rooms!
Woodwork mahutaar tbr4u-aeut: brats
beds aad aa nndera cominrts; leiepboa
. ia every toeni baauiitul dialng roonif
In best of sverytouig at moderate prka.
UkrhKaa aad Jacfcsoa
: i Pile
a mother ahnulrt Vm a unn .f
. . i " - - j" v an, 11 u 1 me stinering ana
d&nrer incident to the ordeal makes its anticipation one of mtWry.".-'
Mother Friend it the only remedy which relieves women of the jfreat
pain and danger of maternity ; this hour which is dreaded at woman's
severest trial is not only made painlett, but all the danger is avoided
by its use. Those who ue this remedy are no longer despondent or '
gloomy; nervousness, nausea and other flittresting. conditions .ar'
OTercdrr-e, the system it made ready for the coming event, and tha
SeriOUS accidents to rnmmnn tn th. rriii..!
hour are obviated by the ue of
Friend. "Tt ia wnnK its .-ain-kf
says many who have used it. $i.rx per If J
bottle at dm a--.Stores. Rnnk rnntimina
valuable information of interest to
oe sent to. any address free upc
BRADnOD REQULATOR OO.
Nobles of the
Specie! Train Leaves Union Station
Thursday, Sept. 27th
at 7:39 o'clock a. p. v ; ;
EETURNINO IN TIME FOR BUSINESS '
FRIDAY M0RNENQ. V-.
Fare for the Round JnR.
ORIENTAL PAGEANT DEDICATION OF
THE NEW TEMPLE FIRE WORKS - C0L03--SAL
ENTERTAINMENT - BIO ; CEREMONIAL
SESSION NEW STUNTS ON THE HOT SANDS.
. t . . ......
All members of Tangier Templp are- urged and
all sojourning Sarin era are oordially invited to join
the caravan. ' - ''
! For further information see the Potentate' or--.Recorder.
-.V'.'- ' '"
. , - ,i ! A. H. HIPPLE,-Potentate.- v
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b . ' j . - .. ,-.- - f .-
u wiow pacific::
EVERY DAY V
If. . TO OCTOBER 81, 1908. '' 1
SHORT LINE fAST TRAINS NO DC LAYS T-. "
' ' Bt lure your ticket read over thU line, .lx . t .;.,".',
' " ' Inquire at ' j '
V CITY TICKET .OFK1CK, 1324 FAftNAM ST. .."'
V . 'Phone Douglas 834. . . ,, y.n S
" '. j , , ,i i . 1 . . jrm.
!...' ' - " "." MOTBI.S. '- " '. , ;"";...'' '.
Broadway. Fifth Are. and 27th St, NEW YORK' -
m' :w ix 1 1. ' ,vt t. bm i- ri4-T tj ri li
' : ifjif0'
. H PROOF
The ealr html la Maahattaa treating ea Broadway aid Fifth Ava.
It Will &UVG
you tl mo nncl
will use ....
E?fY rnnther- feils' sj"
Krrat dread of the pa:n
. snd danger attendant upon
the moat critical period .
.it ... .l. T -
est to all women, will IClTS A'r'fl
all women will
. t i& -
191 THE CENTER
OF THE SHSPPIX3
a " 1 a
A Modern rirst-Class
HoteL pomplet . la
- all It appointments.
Furnishings aad do
oration entlrejy hear
motion ' for 30t
guests, t suit
with oaths. Rooms.
'ft.lt day up; with
baths, I.t up. Hoi
and cold water ana
telephone la very
room. Cuialo ., uaea
OtORuB W. tWIINIY. Srsarlatai
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