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OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
THE BUTTY QUESTION
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Once, 10 Pearl
GERMANS GIVE BIG PARADE
Fafat of the Morning On of th Beit
Eve 6mh it the Citj.
THE URGE FLOATS ARE HISTORICAL
port at liiii la the Afteraoaa
Dane la kc Evealajg Knda-
th Festlthle af ibi Tnt
Days' trlfbratto. '
Few 'if any-better parade have ever been
J witnessed In. this city than the historical
" and industrial pageant, which .formed the
'principal feature-of the Oerntan Day cele
bratlon yesterday morning;. The -procession
:'w over a mile Ions and took half an
jhdiir to pug a given point j
j, Music waa one-of the pfornlnont feature
or the parade, 'there being no lea than
eeven bands- In the column. Neuman's
juvenile band .from Avoca attracted much
attention, hot' only on account of the youth
? of the members, but also because of the
t really" excellent manner In which they
bands heading: their delegations and there
. were two Cove It bands, Bmlvh's Land and
i Gfe.cn' band from Omaha.
I The- 4x large historical floats naturally
were the 'center'. of attraction. Each was
J precedad by a., banner announcing the
title. The characters on the floats were i
correctly eotuird and each-float presented
a. striking and unique (nature of the big
i parade. . The 'largest "delegations In line
were front Avoca, Mlnden and Walnut.
The Industrial portion ot the parade,
T while, not as large as had been 'anticipated,
i made' an excellent showing. -The Peterson
I A. Schoenlug company. had ihe largest In
dustrial display and was awarded the first
pr.a also tha first prise (o rtba best
bluricgl float, "Founders of Clermantown."
Tha femurs of' this firm's exhibit was a
float fGxty fee,t 'long divided Into fpur
compartments, respectively fitted up and
furnished as'a kitchen, dining room, parlor
and bed rortfn. " The John Heno company
Awarded, the second prize for Its dls-'
play, ,;-Whlle' trie third was awarded to
The Browdap ft Daplcls conceit was
on' of the prettiest exhibits In the parade.
vnal) trap drawn by an equally small
p yy". eat a tittle, golden-haired girl, who
protfjedher. pretty face, from the rays
of the sun, with a .tiny parasol made of
flowers whll'tfie little carriage looked as
If made, entirely" of the same." The harness
of, thw nylaisSurr steed - appeared to be
garlanda of flowers and vines. It was gen-c-llyroneedd.
0 have een' one of the
prettiest attractions ever seen In a parade
In this city. r
Tbe. cltV 6fflc1ul rode- In carriage and
the .' flree'qerar'tment brought tip the rear
of. eh colli mm
After the parade a large-dumber of
vlnfWa went to Lake- Manawa, where late
afternoon a -number of foot rsces
were pullejl, ,ou"., ..Atari?, however, went
a doe -the 'river to ee the parade and
take In the Ak-Sar-Ben resttvltles.
fne'thlrd annuel celebration of German
Day. was brought to, a close with a dance
In lOHniah-aall lftstv evening. '-.. v .
We are' headquarter, for -fine, piano.
JXo matter what may be your need we can
atipply it. We offer you a line (ft piano
that re fully tested and we guarantee you
satisfaction' in ,the purchase of an Instru
ineti.f 'from liif.' 'Cairen us. Your money
wlll go' 'faftner Here than anywhere else.
Jasy' t'ei'mi'Tf "flfklre'd. "''Swahson - Music
cp.';vT wyv5Broaaw'', ", ; ' -
SEE Ot'K 'SPBCIAl, IBP LA T IN OUR
I VEW BinLDlNO ef th Monarch malleabl j
-on and-steer ' rahge: -iiie omr perreci i
tnge -on the Market that last and give
tlafactlon; Kellcr-FarnsWorfn Furniture
mpanyn-l-IB'Tvet Broadway Council
, ;Cocrrr1al Clab Meetlnar.
Th regular montniy-meeting or tne gen
eral memberahlp of the Commercial club
will b held thla evening. At Vhls meeting
a, new executive committee will-be elected.
A there era aeveral Important matters to
STOP. WOMAN I
Cffar In allrao and drift alaar from
4 to wore, taaowtof full wall that
hay ouffat to haw - lmmediata aaaiit
mmrjtt but natural modeaty tnpals
. - - J' . i . : -i
laf Mm. . Ptota. . 1 -raT
kam fo ar cm- I lv
al4 yonr prlvat II .
llg to gt WWBaajg J
t W9iauB .wfeipM Te'i- I I
mmom with woman's dig-' 1
aA4 oovar ' a fT. I J .
jgaey M. . . , ' . LJ J
iir. Mnkham-la th y I
et,nfhtarlnUw of j
idl.'B. Ptnkha-, j!
pad toe ww&j yeaxa A
teBaaeherdlraotVoo, . . 1 A
Wa1 gtaoaj ,her da- 4i xA
aae,.h ha been fig r. It . ll h
freaoloixarra. i .- i
.' iq an annua iram aapvwng lurni-
jfaltM to tha question and probable
i vgaDiiiat!ana - of even their family ,
r p&Taloiao. It la uaneeeaeery. Without
1 boM7 or p" you can consult a wo
X naa wboae. ksowledgw from actual ex-
parUaoe U great. .
Mr. Piakham's Staadleg lavlutloa.
' VfBM afferiai' from any form of
fcmaUweakaeaaaxe In rited to promptly
eommanleate with Mr. Pinkham, at
LrM.'Maa. ' All letter are reoalvad,
oeed, read and answered by women
-ij-. A wognaA can freely tajik of her
vrtiaU iUnesa to a !( tha hag
tWa eatabllahed tha eternal eoa&dano
iTtween VI re Plakham and the women
1 America whWh ha . ateeer been
kroken. Out of the vaat volume of
aiperieao which ahehaa to drew from.
It i more than poaaibie that she haa
ra!aed th very Voowledro that will
E your oaoa. She i-e othlr U
advice ha reUoved tionaand. Surelr
" . rich or ooor. 1a very fooliah
it she doea wot take edrntaTe oi thU
fr-Vroo offerwf aaeigteao..
VI . U Aumt AOBiiai vo ga a
u ?. LTiU E. Mnkham'arefeieble
ySl?L i Vtoe. aad writ Mra Pink-
UmTyV. M -v for ST c.
When medicta haa be gnooemtnj
4 .torini to health ao maav women,
t ,rnn"o''w.eH ear withont trv'T.p JW
WllwrU-icv- it wiU mo -
St. Tel. 4.
come lit fore the club a full attendsnee is
Our facilities are unexcelled fur doing all
kinds of carpet work. We will tske tip
your carpet, clean It, refit It to another
room and lay It. Prices very moderate.
Try us. The Council Bluffs Carpet Cleaning
and Rug Manufacturing company.
CENTRAL FLOCR I1.1S. Every sack
warranted. Central Grocery and Meat Mar-
ket. Both 'phones 84.
N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. 260. Night, Ll
RKriHI.ICAS LHADEBS tOUf:R
(ampalara "aid to Re Proareaalas la a
Favor a Me Maaaer.
Regarding the state campaign In Iowa,
Chairman Frank H. Woods of the repub
lican state committee, who was In the city
yesterday In attendance at the conference
of rr publican county chairmen of the
Ninth ' congressional district, members t)f
the congressional commlttf and republi
can and Independent editors of the district,
said: "Conditions on governor look very
good, but there Is a hard fight on the leg
Islntlve ticket In most purls of the state.
The prospects, however, are good for most
of the republican congressional candi
dates. 1 believe, that all the old candi
date will be returned, but there la some
doubt as to the election in the First dis
trict,. Where the republican nominee Is a
new man. Governor Cummins, despite the
fight bring made against him In his own
party, will Undoubtedly be elected by the
normal majority, If not by a bigger one
The normal majority In Iowa Is from 27,000
to 30,000. Cummins cannot be defeated."
Reports from the several chnlrmen
showed that the counties comprising the
Nfnth district were In good shape with
every prospect for republican success.
Those presnnt in addition to Chairman
Woods of the state committee were Con
gressman Walter I. 'Smith. State Senator
C. G. Saunders, County Chairman Elmer
E. Smith, George 8. Wright, Ninth district
member of state committee; Hon. Spenser
Bmlth, all ot this city; J. 8. Baxter, county
chairman of Montgomery county; H. ' B.
Herbert, Audubon county, member of
congressional committee; A. C. Ross,
Audubon Republican; P. B. Brown Har-
Ian Republican; R. B. Hull, Harlan
American; J. C. McCabe, Logan Observer
D. U. 'Scott, Orlswold ' American; F. F.
Jones, Villlsca, member ot Iowa legisla
ture; "H. W. Byera of Harlan, candidate
for attorney general;. W. J. Davis, chair
man of Cass county committee; W. P.
Wortman of the Malvern leader, chair
man of Mills county committee; Walter
Ellis. Red Oak.
Adair and Guthrie counties were not
represented at the conference, which was
held at the Grand hotel.
. i ' f
The celebrated Acorn line of stove,
ranges, base burner, heating stove and
cook stoves, sold the world over, and
acknowledged to be the best stove on lor
market for heating, cooking and durability.
Vo not buy until you see the Acorn, V. W.
Keller, agent, 103 8outh Main street
If you think of painting your house let
it give you an estimate now. W guar
ntee th paint to be mad ot pur ma
terials, mixed and put up by. skilled me
chanic, so when we paint It stay painted.
We also have some odd lots of artlstlo' wall
paper that w are closing out at low price
to make way for new stock. If you want
good paper at little cost come see u now.
Jensen at Nlcolaeaen, Z3S Broadway.
THE M08T UP-TO-DATB RESTAUR
ANT IN COUNCIL BLUFFS. GOOD SER
VICE" AND HOME COOKING. Th Calu
met restaurant, 620 Broadway.
Footpad Holds 1 Woaaaa.
Mrs, J. Peterson wa held up by a foot
pad Monday night near her residence, 1221
goutn Blxth Btreet, The rufflan compelled
Mrg Petcron to tanA while he made a
search of her clothing for money or Jewelry,
but failed to find either.
Mr. Peterson had been calling on a
neighbor and wa returning home, when
the fellow atepped from behind a tree and
ordered her to hold up her hands.' ' Thor
oughly frightened, Mr. Peterson complied
and the ruffian deliberately searched her
clothing, while the unfortunate woman
waa so overcome with fear she was unable
to make any protest or cry for assistance.
When th fellow failed to fipd either money
or jewelry he pushed Mrs, Peterson' from
him with a curse and walked away in the
The footpad was a white man and the
police believe a tramp. Mra, Peterson was
so badly frightened that she waa unable
to give the police but a poor, description of
her assailant. She described the fellow as
tall and slender.
A. Matsaar A re.
New Location of Wholesale Bakery,
fit Mynster Street, Co. Bluffs, ia.
Home-mad Bread a Specialty.
Here Is a good chance to get a 18-horse-power
JaQkson touring car. almost new.
On exhibition 'at Van Brunt' buggy re
pository. Fourth street. Will be sold very
cheap. Call' and see It.
Hafer would not argue with you for a
chance to figure if he thuught he could
not compete. C. Hafer, Counoil Bluffs.
' Real Estate Transfers.
These transfer were reported to The Be
October 1 by the Pottawattamie County
Abstract company of Council, Bluffs: '
Katie Dasbach and hus"band to Hilda
Parish, lot S and 3. Tindule's suIkIiv.
of out lot F, John Johnson's add.,
w. d !"
Harriet K. Hardin to Nicholas O'Brien,
lot 1, block F, Curtis Ramsey's
add., w. d : 1,5.5
James L. love and wife and J. W.
Qrtme and wife to Klsle C Johnson,
lot 18 and nA lot 15. McOee's subdiv.
of block 21, Hughes 4 Doniphan'
add., w. d
R. R. Ritchie to Martin P. Schmidt,
lots 10 to Is, inclusive, block
Central ubdlv., w. d...
Charle A. Palmer and wife to C. J.
Biilweil. lots 7. 8. . 10 and 11. block 24.
Benson's 1st add., w. d
Benjamin-Fehr Real Kstate company
to First National bank of Council
Bluffs, lot 36, block 12. Ferry add.,
First Nstional bank ot Council Bluffs
to Benjamin-Fehr Real Estate com
pany, lot K, block 12, Kerry add., w. d.
Florence F. Evereat t al tu R. R.
Ritchie, lota is to is. inclusive, niocK
i't Central subdiv.. q. c. d
Gmrm McCann and wit to Mary Gif
foid. iart nw", :-"4-S, w. d
Nine transfer, total..........'.';...
Tile? grandest opportunity ever known for
saving money on high class pianos ha
brought many buyer to A. Hoape Co.. 24
South Main Street, Council Bluffs.
PEARL BT. .
Oaea Bark te Penitentiary.
William J-Ty, maictea tor Dressing into
th residence ot his uncle.' William A.
Gruver, corner Twenty-fifth street sn4 Ave
nue H. entered a plea of guilty yet'rda.y
in the district court and was sentenced to
,ine- months In the penitentiary hv J iV;
Mai). Hi stoic a guitar nd sold U l
3a cents. He had Jut completed a term .M
one year for a burglary watch netted hiui
It j i) J waul a good position, nuisii k
course at the Western Iowa college. l
and evening school. Enroll any time
Phone for Information.
Wanted. First class shoe salesman.
References required. None other need ap
ply. M. M. . 8arg"f t, sign of the bear.
For Imported wines, liquor and Bud
aelser beer go to L. Rosenfeld, .wholesele
liquor dealer, II Bouth Main street. 1
tqi.M li. jtPrROtt: I.IUHTtOMHtd
Mayor Aaaoaaeea He Will Slga It la
After a discussion lasting over two hours
the city council, by a vote of & to 2, lust
night approved the revised lighting con
tract and Mayor ' Macrae announced he
would sign It in the morning. The two
voting against its approval were Wallace
It mas past 10 o'clock when City Clerk
Sapp took up the lighting contract and
commenced tu read it. As soon as he
hud done so Councilman Maloney movert
that it be approved and the mayor di
rected to sign it. Councilman Younker-
man, chairman of the Are and light com
mittee, secomlcd it and then the trouble
began. Councilman Wallace want'd to
know why a provision for A moonlight
schedule as well as an all night schedule
had not been Incorporated In the con
tract. He thought it ought to be- optional
with the city on which schedule to run, as
on some nights as much light would not
bo required as on others.
Councilman Olson, who had been doing
some figuring while the. contract was being
read, also had an objection to raise. He
did not approve of using the entire light
ing fund to pay for the 200 lights. He.
thought there ought to be a balance kept
in the fund for new lights that might be
The contract for supplying the city build
ings with coal was awarded to the Carbon
Coal company, the only, bidder. The price
ie based upon present freight rates, but
If they Increase then the price of the con I
soars correspondingly. It the rate go
down then the city is to pay lees for its
fuel. The price named by the company
Is $10. SO for anthracite In ton lots and 3.M
per ton In car lots for Centervllle lump.
Prices were also named on several other
varieties of soft coal. Including mine run.
Councilman Yonnketman wanted . the
council to empower his committee to sell
three of the fire department horses and
purchase two new ones. To this Mayor
Maorae objected and he outlined a plan for
the purchase by the city of three dump
wagon to clean up'afr the" street sweeper
and to use the three -Qlscarded fire horses
for this purpose. (The matter wa referred
to a special committee consisting of Cottn
cilmen Knudsen, Maloney and Wallace, to
report af the next meeting.
Considerable time waa devoted to a die
cusslon over the manner In which the pay
ment of bills against the city should be
authorlxed. Councilman Smith thought
the custom In vogue m-as too lax and that
member of committees did not sufficiently
Investigate the correctness of bill before
attaching their O. K. to them. City
Auditor McAneney suggested that all bills
except the regular pay roll and salary
lists be held until the second meeting each
month Instead of being brought up and
allowed at the first meeting a has been
the custom since Council Bluff waa able
to- boast a city, council. He contended
thl plan would give the councllrpsn bet
ter opportunity to Investigate the bills' be
longing to their committee. The plan
seemed to meet with favor and the city
auditor and city aollcltor were Instructed
to draft an ordinance providing for this
change and submit same at the next meet
ing. John Mergen waa granted a permit to
conduct a saloon at 617 South Main street.
All.Week Blgr Demonstration.
Continuing; Monday morning and lasting
alt week, wa will demonatrate the Cole'
CoJelied teel and High Oven Range and
Cole'a Original Hot Blast Heaters; all In
operation at our store. 41 8. Main Bt. .
set of cooking utensil free. Paddock A
Handschey Hardware Co.
WHEN OOTNG TO BUILD. OO TO GEO.
A. HOAOLAND, THB PIONEER LUM
BER MAN OF COUNCIL BLUFFS. 724
SOUTH MAIN STREET. TEL. 245.
Owner Need Money.
Must sell modern six-room dwelling near
high school. Tel. fl. Charle T. Officer.
Picture for wedding gift. C. -E.
ander, S33 Broadway.
Going; to Open Blsc Kariu.
John R. Black of Grtswold. one of the
wealthiest farmers in Pottawattamie
county, left yesterday for La Salle county,
Texae. where he and his associates have
purchased 23,000 acres of land.. Mr.. Black,
who wa accompanied by his wife and part j
oi ( nis lamuy, inienu to settle, on the
property and crop it. Two of his sons
will remain in charge of Mr. Black's two
farms In this county, comprising SoO acres.
Mr. Black' home near Grlswold Is one
of th nneat country home in southwestern
Iowa. Accompanying Mr. Black yester
day were ten young men and their wives,
who .will form the nucleus for a settle
ment on the property. They will each
receive eighty ' acres and a house erected
for them by Mr. Black and will pay for
sunie by half of the crops raised each
year until the land ia paid for. For the
first year they will be paid a salary by
Mr "Black. Two car loads of commissary,
farming Implements, etc.. accompanied Mr.
Black and party yesterday.
If you need a sewing machine or want
to rent a machine or want your machine
repaired, call on Williamson, at 1? South
Main street. He haa machine to rent (rem
SGo up. -
NEW LOCATION, 1
Licenses to wed were issued yesterday to
Name and residence.
Nicholas Caaale, Lincoln, Neb
Bertha Mtlford. IJncoln, Neb
G. W. Hilliard, Giltner, Neb
Rosella Huffman, Giltner. Neb.
Clarence H. Judson. Seattle. Wash..
Laura F. Meyers, Council Bluffs
Thaddeus Cox, Council Bluffs..
Floray Brown. Council Bluff
J. B. MrMahon. Council Bluffs K
Ethel Beck ley, Council Bluffs.... '..1
A GOOD PATINO SHOE STORE. DO I NO
tl.SM A MONTH. WILL INVOICE W.060.
SPLENDID OPENING. DUNCAN t
DEAN. SI MAIN ST., COUNCIL BLUFFS.
MOXDAT. OCT.. 1 New classes organ
ised in Western Iowa college.
Ready te Report oa Water Works.
William Kierated. the expert who is pre
paring for the city a computation of the
value of the water worka system. Win leave
today for hi home In JCansa City. He
has secured all th data necessary and
when he returns a ill have with him his
reju.rt resdv to submit to the city council.
! The date of Ms return is uncertain.
rt Dmtii the Uutt f U. t n ations
hue been msde In different parts of the
city to ascertain the condition of the aater
plr-a. In every instance the pip "have
l"tn found to be in good condition.
Taffy Seasoa Opeaa.
t'onie to the Purity Candy Kltch'-n.
Angel food taffy, yanky peanut and ttit
good butterscotch now on our counter.
Home-made candy Is alway the best. O.
C. Brown Mfg. Co., 64 Broadway.
We sell the Red Cross Base Burner, th
Round Onk Heating Stove and the Quirk
deal Ranpe. See us before you buy. Swalne
ft Usurer, Mn-SS Broadway.
Stockert sell carpets.
Fine engravlnga at Ieffert's.
Ed Rogers' Tony Faust beer.
Get those new photos at Schmidt'. '
Plumbing and heating, Blxby at Bon.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director, 'plionc -7,
Woodi ing Undertaking company. Tel. 3JJ.
For rent, modern house. rt9 Sixth aveniie.
DIAMONDS A8 AN I INVESTMENT.
TALK '1X LEFFERT ABOUT IT.
Buy your phonographs and rerords from
Williamson, 17 South Main street.
Superfluous hairs removed permanently by
electrolyses at Uravea', 105 Pearl street.
See Stephen Bros, for Are brick and lire
rlAy, sewer pipe, lit I lug and garden hose.
Horn to Mr. end Mrs. W. L. Douglass of
4outh Eighth street, yesterday, a daughter.
We take contracts for paper; nagging,
minting and Interior decorating. VkitwicH,
.11 South Main.
Miss Maude Watson of Coleridge, Neb..
Is the guept of her grandparents, Kev. ami
Mrs. Henry De Long. . '.
J. B. MrMahon and Ethel Berkley, both
of Omaha, were married in t(Us city yestcr-
oay by justice Uardiner.
Contractor Wlckliam has commenced
woik on the tMvliig of Eighth avenue, bi-
ta-een Blxth and Lighlh strceta.
E. M. McElrath has arrivexl from. Ran
dolph Minn., and a ill make his home here.
Mrs. ,Mc 11 rath is a daughter ot itcv. Henry
A sneak thief secured a cloak and other
articles of clothing from -t,he residence of
Mrs. K. N. Hlyler, 1021 Third avenue, Mon
I pay 12 per ton for cast iron; mixed tio;
stove, $; rags, llc per lb.; 'rubber, 7ic;
cupper, 14c per lb. J. Kaleiman, 8u2 Mam,
both 'phones 160.
We wholesale Ice cream.' Shipped to any
part of tha state. Special prices to tho
retail trade. 1. Mucci, 21S West Broadway,
Council Bluffs. In. Tel; 34.
We have the finest line ot sample monu
ments to select from In the west. Sheeley
& Lena Marble and Granite works, 217
East Broadway, Council Bluffs. Ia.
Lost Oold bead necklace and locket,
either In town or on road betewen town
and farm (it K. U Shtigart. Finder pleuse
return to Bee office and receive reward.
Calvin Walborn, aged 72 year, died Mon
day night at St. Bernard's hospital. De
ceased was formerly a resident of Glen
wood, Ia., but interment will be in this
Nicholas Canal o and Bertha Mtlford, both
from Uncolii, Neb., and O., W. Hilliard and
Rozaclla Huffman, both from Giltner. Neb.,
were married yesterday in this city by Rev.
Henry De Long.
Th October term of superior court has
been adjourned for one week, owing t trie
absence of Judge Scott, who is vlxltlng
relatives in Loup City, Neb.,, and hunting
Van Brnht ha Just received a few more
car of nobby vehicles and will be pleaded
to have you call and look them over. Home
great bargains will be offered.. Anyone will
direct you to his repository. -.-
George Pabst, a boy residing at 1908 South
Eighth street, will have a hearing this
morning in the' Juvenile division of the
district court on a charge of incorrigibility.
tiled by r rooation twicer Ueljong.
The meeting called for -last night at the
rooms of the Commercial club of thoae In
terested in holding a chautauqtia' in this
city next year failed for want of a. .quorum.
Only four citicens put In a,njtajpcarance.
E. A. Wickham la preparing to commence
work on-the Pigeon Creer irraSnage ditch.
The scow on which the dredge is to be
floated I being constructed and Contractor
Wickham expect to begirt the work, of
taking out dirt In a week. ' J
Mr. Mable C. Carter, 'against . whom her
husband, Orson C. Carter, brought suit
for dlverce, filed In the district court
yesterday a cross-petition ill which, la ad
dition to the decree of divorce, she asks
for judgment tor. 11,000 alimony.
The fire department was called at 6:30
O'clock last evening to the residence ot J.
N. Caaady, 245 Vine street,, where the front
porch was found to be on tire. The. blase
is supposed to have been starred by soma
passemy throwing a matcn under the porcn.
The damage waa small.
' G1KL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
WANTS A PLACE where th lamlly use
our famous Ohio nut coal. Will do the
work of Economy nut and Kentucky nut,
Sa 60c a ton cheaper and three times as
clean. Bridensteln A Smith, Fourteenth
avenue and Sixth street. Telephone l&l
The receipts In the general fund of tiie
Christian home last week were 1119.29, be
ing HO. 71 below the needs of the week and
decreasing the balance in this fund to date
to 1769.38. The amount needed in tne tin
nrovement and contingent fund .for the ie
mainder of 19u6 ia $5,000. In the manager's
fund the receipt were 116,- being 19 below
ON LITTLE BOY
Mouth and Eyes Covered With
Crusts -Face Itched Most Fear-fully-Hands
Pinned Down to
. Prevent: Scratching
MIRACULOUS CURE :
BY CUT1CURA REMEDIES
" Whea mj littU soy wa sis month aid, fc
had ecsema. Th ear szwadsd so quickly
th th whol bod thai ws at see failed ia
th doctor. Ws thsa
weat to aaotaar doctor,
but ho could mot help
klm, sad ia cut despair
w weat to thiid oa.
Matter beeama bad
that b bad regular
hols ia hi cheeks.
larg enough to put a
Baser Into. Th food
hai to bo given with a
spoon, for his mouth
was oTred with crusts
as thick sa a fiager, sad '
whoncTOf bo oaoaed tho
mouth they Mgsa to
bleed sad suppuiats, as
did als his y.
Heads, arms, chest, and
back, ia short tho whol
body, wsj severed rr
aad oer. Ws had a
rest by day or night.
WheaeTer h was laid
la bis bed,' w had to
pia hi hsad dowai
stherwis a weald
scratch tu faeo, and
mak an epa or.
1 think hi face hum
bav itched moot fearfully. ,'. . ,
h e finally thought aotnrng nua ueip,
and I bad made ep my mind to send my wif
with th child to Europe, hoping that th sea
air might core him. oihetwie ho wsa to b
put under good msdical ear tasr. But,
Lord bo blaaaod, sanitar cam duTereatly,
aad w oa saw a miracle. A frioad of our
poke about CuticuTS, W mad trial with
Cutirara Soap, Ointment, and UesoUent, aad
within tea day or tw week w noticed a
decided uuprsf emest. Just sa quickly a th
tckaess had appeared it sis begaa to dia'
ppeax, sad withia to weeks th child wa
absolutely well, sod bis skia was mooth aad
white aeet before." F. Hohrath, President
f th C. L. Hohrath Compsav. Msaufaet.
nrers of "ilk ttibboa. to W Kink Alley,
Juno 6, 1806. South BethUbem, Pa.
CattraTM,OlMairt. rim a- rukou
Pwt en Ct-, " r., aMina
Stove Saves all Fuel and Heat Wasted by
Other Heating Stoves
Burns Soft Coal, Hard Coal, Crushed Coke, Ugnlta, Slack or Wood.
CUT No. s. Show air leaking putty
Hot conatraciion of other stove.
KttV I T-SuTTV
JO'Tl f WOIMT
aur Lsakv joinT- la
make it the most economical heating stove in the world., We are Exclusive Agents avoid Imitations. -
tern nfV 4.. CAA A A. You cannot afford to say to yourself, "My old stove or an
Save 3OU.UU TO 3ZUU.UU imitation stove at a little less price will have to do this winter."
Other style stoves and all imitations of this Original Hot Blast are made with stove putty joints, and when you
atop to think that $i.oa saved ou the first cost of the stove means the loss of I50 to Jjoo in fuel during the life of
the stove, you will readily see the advantage of buying Cole's Original Hot Blast, which holds fire just as well and
is just as economical in fuel after years of use as the first day it was put up.
REMEMBER that the words "Cole's Original Hot Blast from Chicago" appear on the feed door of the
Origin.-1 Pstented Hot Blast stove. None genuine without this.
For sale by Milton Rogers & Sons Co., 14th and Karnam; Orchard & Wilhed Carpet Co., 411-16-18
South 10th ; John Hussie Hardware Co., 2407 Cuming; K.. ii. Jones Co., 2TOO Leavenworth; O. F.
Heavers, 424-426 North M St., South Omaha; Hejflrn & ltro., rtfimou, Nrb.; Paddock & Handsrhy Hard
ware Co., 41 South Main St., Council Bluffs, Iowa. . --,
the need of the week and increasing the
deficiency in -this fund to date to "37.ii
EVERV HOU8KWIFK WANTS GOUD,
TKKSH AND CLEAN GROCERIES AT
THU MOST REASONABLE J'KiCE8.
JOHN OL8oN'8 GROCERY AT 78 AND
741 WEST BROADWAY. FULFILLS ALL
THESE REQUIREMENTS TO A LETTER
AND ALL DELIVERIES ARE ECE&lJ
County Superintendent O. J. McManu
has reports of ten -vacancies In the teach
ing force amoriff the, rural schools of Pot
tawattamie county. Other vacancies are in
prospect, it is said. Low salaries are
said to be responsible ior the supply of
teachers for the country schools not being
equal to the demand.
HOT DRINKS AND LIQUID LUNCHES
AT CLARK'S ' DRUG CO. WILL BE
SERVED ALL THIS WEEK. HOT
CHOCOLATE. 10c; HOT BEEF TEA, lf)c;
HOT TOMATO BOUILLON, 10c; HOT
CHICKEN BOUILLON, 10c; HOT CLAM
BOUILLON, lOo; MALTED MILK, 10c:
COFFE1S MALTED MILK, 10c; OYSTER
O. O. Coffee, a fireman In the employ of
the Northwestern railroad, was somewhat
seriously injured by a fall from the tender
of his ermine at the roundhouse late Monday
night, while climbing over the tender he
fell backward, striking across the coupling.
The extent of his injuries, being Inti-rnal,
cannot yet be determined. He was taken to
his home on North second street.
Dates of Poultry Kxlilbtts Darlnsj
Wlater Annoaaoed '
IOWA C1TY, Ia., Oct. :.-(Speclal.)-The
following is the complete list of the chicken
shows to b held In Iowa during the com
ing winter, together with the dates und
Cedar Rapids Suellabarger, Judge; West
ern Fanciers' association; G. 8. Smith, sec
retary; November -30.
Wellman Shellabarger, judge;' Wellmail
Breeders' association; K. J. Coffey, secre
tary; November 15-18.
New London Russell; judge: V. L. Claw
son, sveretury; November 21-a.
Wintleld Shellabarger, judge; Wlnfteld
Poultry and Pet Stock association; Russell
Canby, secretary: November JJ-i'i.
Falrtield Russell, Judge.; J. R. McEdarry.
secretary; November iH-ltx.
Mason City M. V. Bicker, seeretury; De
Rolfe Heimlich, judge; Marion Bruce,
se'retary; December 3-7i
Union U. J. Slianltlln, judge! Fred Mar
shall secretary; December 3-ti.
Monteiuma J. L. Todd, Judge; J. D.
Ilumeston Shellabarger, Judi?e; Wayne
County association; George Kllng, secre
tary; December 4-7.
Vllllsca Russell, judge; F. M. Child, sec
retary; December 6-8.
Waverly Shellabarger. Judge; Waverly
Fanciers' association; B. L. Burbauk, rc
retary; Decembf-r 10-14.
Ijorlmer George Lochrle, secretary: De
CUrinda Rhodes. Judge; Interstate asso
ciation; John LargerquiHt, aecretar ; De
Greenfield Shellabarger. judge; Adair
County association; Mrs. 8. E. Alley, secre
tary:' December 18-21.
Hampton Thomas F. Rigg, Judge: Sher
wood Clock, secretary; December 18-21'.
Oskaloosn Bbellnbarger and Russell,
Judge; state show; J. R. Hoover, secretary;
Bedford Rusfell, judge; D. C. Moehler,
eoretary: January t-b.
Crtsco 8lmnklln. Judge; Will flchola, sec
retary; January S-12.
Ot-I weln Russell, judge; J. R. Pearry,
secretary; January 28-31. -
Iowa Sews Xotes.
OSKALOOSA Ann Sprowl. a pretty and
attractive young woman of this place, baa
disappeared after leaving a note In which
she aays a love affair baa driven her to
suicide. A search is being made for her.
BTUART John Payton has been suffer
ing for years from what he supposed to be
cancer. Physicians operated on him and
found that his stomach was Inverted. H
has lived for year believing that he wa
afflicted with cancer.
ATLANTIC The little 3-year-old son of
Mr. and Mra Bert Hupp, residing ten mile
south, died suddtnly and without previous
warning of u ruptured blood vess.-l In the
head. He wa at play in th yard when
he apparently fainted. Hi mother went
to him and carried him to th house,
where he lay unconscious for two hour
ATLANTIC The first meeting of Die
Intc rdenominstlonnl ' Ministerial associa
tion after the summer vacation was held
Klerday and new nfflcers elected for the
enxuing term. 'Die meeting was well at
tended by ouls'dcis Hti't the work of re
orgnnlsu'lon coinplet' d Rev. itillliignley
of the Method! Kplscopul church was
'! for pr side;:! 11. d Rev. Proctor
of lu Bctpiial (.hutch for svcivlary.
Up the Chimney, is Where Half Your Fuel
Aioney Goes When the Ordinary Stove is Used
Stove putty is universally used by stove manufacturers for making
tight joints in heating stoves. While the stove is brand new the putty
does the work asked of it. A hot fire for a few months cracks the
putty, it drops out of place, leaving the stove full tof air leaking cracks,
allowing the gases and the fuel and a big part of the heat generated to be
sucked up the chimney and thus wasted. . .--,
More than one-half of all the fuel you put into the putty jointed
stove is lost in this way. If your old stove eats up more fuel and does
not keep fire as well as it did at first, the reason is the stove putty has
dropped out ot the joints.
No stove putty is used in the construction of
this economical stove; it is not necessary, owing
to the patented construction which makes the
stove practically jointles. Cole's not Hlast is
the only heating stove in the world which is
guaranteed to remain always alrtlght. On
account of the absolutely air-tight construction
of Cole's Original Hot Blast Stoves, gases and
the fuel are held back until they are consumed
by tlic patented top Hot Blast draft, and both
gases and heat which escape up the chimney
with other stoves are thus saved to your profit
and comfort soft coal is half gas. As a result
of this saving the fire is never out and the
rooms are heated for two or three hours in the
morning with the coal put ia the Cole'a Hot
Blast Stove the night before.
Ctant ifl (rnm flfrt
ajviviitiiiv wnou tii burnlnf Soft Cast
Note the straight steel jacket encasing the heavy cst
iron fire box inside, aud the guaranteed smoke-proof feed door placed at the front'
of the top ia Cole's Hot Blast Stove, shown by cut No. i. doing away with
air-leaking putty joints at top and bottom of fire pot and around the door
frame on other stoves as shown by cut No. 3.
The water-tight steel bottom and patented compound hinge for ash door, also
the patented steel collar for joining the ash door frame to the heavy steel body to
that it cannot be loosened by action of the fiercest heat, while of only technical
interest, are stiecial features in the Original Hot Blast Stove which combine to
BIG CROWD FOR BEVER1DGE
Anticipated it Will B th Lateeit Political
M sttioc of th Cgmpaicn.
CONFERENCE TO BE HELD THE SAME DAY
Slim Proaperts of Brlngina the Two
ftortles of the W. C. T. I. loaetber
la One Body Distribution of
timers gtambllaa; Block.
tFrom a Staff Correspondent.)
DE8 MOINES, la.. Oct. 2.-l8peclal.)-Interest
politically centers in the big Bev
eridge meeting to be held in the Audi
torium tomorrow night. Every effort has
been made to make the meeting a big
success. It undoubtedly will be one of
the largest. If not the largest, meeting held
by the republican party in this city. With
Beveridga Is to appear Senator Dolliver and
other prominent republicans. Including
Congressman J. A. T. Hull of this district.
The fact that the Bevcrldge speech will
attract a large number of politicians to
the city from this congressional district
as well as from the stale generally ha
been seised upon by the state central com
mittee as an opportune time for the con
ference of republicans of the Seventh dis
trict, the last In the stale to be held. The
district conference will be held tomorrow
afternoon and to it have been Invited all
republican editors, county chairmen, can
didates for the legislature and the con
gressman from this district.
Kullt la Xot Healed.
Though all efforts are being made to pre
serve peuce and secure a union of the
partisan and r.on-paVtlsan brandies of the
Woman' Christian Temperance union In
this fctate, there Is evidence of all sorts
of trouble attending that end and the union
muy he yet far aay. Both factions are
holding their annual convention In this city
this week. It Is asserted by the non
partisan branch that the other factions
! wMit all Jhe offices. The non-partisans are
! willing to divide the oftlces, but are not
willing to sacrifice all of them. Th parti
san branch members say that for eighteen
years Mr. Marlon H. Dunham of Burling
ton has worked a president of that branch,
with other officers with her nrurly as many
years, and they argue that there -'is no
particular reason why they should relin-"
qulsh their office just because a small band
of women are to be taken in. This condi
tion of affairs Is not working rapidly for
peace. One of the leaders in the opposition
to any meiger Is Miss Addla M Estey,
president of the Eighth district union. She
is a member of Mrs. Dunham' organisa
tion, but is opposed both to the re-election
of Mr. Dunham and to the merger. The
partisan organization Is meeting In the
Calvary Baptist church. The non-partisan
organization ia meeting in the Plymouth
Congregational church. Its members assert
that when the split occurred some eighteen
year ago they maintained the old organi
tatlon and that it wa the Dunham faction
that split and left tho organisation, it. Is
the non-partisan faction that owns IK-nedict
Home in this city and some other property.
The partisan faction, of which Mrs. Dun
ham ts president, owns no property, and
this is one of th strong arguments of the
non-partisan faction against retaining Mrs.
Dunham as president. They argue that
having the property, while the other have
notie, they are willing to divide the offices
on a peace basis, but are not willing to
"be taken in" by the Dunham organization.
At the meeting in the Calvary Baptist
church a resolution was offered to-lav con
demning tne conviction of child murderers,
the resolution applying to the Albia boy
recently sentenced to the industrial school
for murder. ,
Mlsa Hia Resaovrs t ell.
Grace Rlgby of Manchester. I., ha been
selected to unveil the monument erected
by th stat ot Iowa at Vicksbuig a a
.at-mi . ... VTffi Kavrij :-"vm:
iMf CUT No. t WrvJ
ft 07'TSliow Cele'sNUr .
f aw v not nun
memorial to the soldier killed in th bat .
tie there. The monument will be unveilet
November 15 on the rune trip on which tin
other, monuments ,wUl be. unveiled. Rev
Dr. A. L. Friable of this city will pro
nounce the Invocation, the Fifty-fifth regl
ment band will play, MnJftr 8. H. M. By- (
ers will read a poem of his own' composi
tion and Governor Cummlna will make tht
principal, address. ' ' ' .'. ;.'
Blaaeat Draiaaae- la Slate.
A drainage canal to cost probably $100,000
the largest ditch of Uie kind In the. state
will he brought up before the Polk counts
supervisors. The proposition is 'to drait
20.000 acres of land On ' the Skunk riyei
bottoms. In the northern part of Poll
county. The ditch would be tiffeen tjtllei
long, of which thirteen will be In Polk
county and two miles in Story. It Will he
400 feet wide, Will start between Cambridge
and Ellwell, on the Milwaukee, and extend
across the northern part of the county '
north of MllcheUville and within a mil of
the Jasper county line. ;
Final Crop llnjletla.
The last of the crop bulletins for I0W4
Issued today for the year 190U aays tha'
the close of last week, saw light to licavj
frosts IA the northern part of the tata
but that they did no appreciable danugi
to the corn crop. The report says:
The month of September was ei-ep-tlonally
favorable, serving a a fitting cMsi
to an unusually productive season. The
corn is beyond danger of material barn
by fniBt. and the bulk Of It ha not br
damaged by windstorms. The total yield
gives promise of being considerably anov
the ontput of any previous year in the his
tory of the stale. The other cereal cropi
are very good In yield and quality. The
state has an abundant aupply of forage ot
tail Hllllin. xuniuinae in mioy I'mu, niwi
' fulr progress has been mads In fall plow
ing. The crop of apples and peaches iav
been somewhal beyond expectation. A
a whole, the season of MM has been sf
flclentlv bountiful to add fervency to our
annual' festival of thanksgiving.
Lewis Cat ot the Haa. ' 1
CLARINDA. la., Oct. 1 (Bpeclal Tele
gram.) State Senator L. W. Lewis of this
city, representing Pag and Fremont coun
ties in the Iowa general absembly ami a
stockholder in several banks In Page
county, announces that lie will movr to
Seattle. Wash. Being the republican nom
inee for re-election as senator, lie with
draw his name, and his successor Is to be
named at a convention In Shenandoah next.
Friday. Stiiator I-ewl was tha author
of the Joint resolution pawed by th last I
legislature authorizing Governor Cummins
to call an Interstate convention for the)
proposal of an amendment to th constitu
tion providing for the election of a United;
States senator by direct vote of the -pee'
pie and- has strong rer'ord a an anti
corporation legislator. .
FatrliMHks to speak at Waterloo.
INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 2. Announcement
has been made that Vice rrllent Fair
banks will take part In the Indiana cam
paign. No definite dates have tien' ar
ranged. Tomorrow Mr. and Mrs! FaJ 'banks
will lea ve, for Canton. O On October the
vice president Is to be the guest at n'sns
quet to be given by the Chamber of Corh
tnerce at Erie, Pa. Mr. Fairbanks ha c-"
eepted an Invitation from Governor Cum
mins of Iowa to attend the Iowa "stat
rally" t Waterloo on October 13.
distress after eating, dizziness, that'
heavy feeling, wind and paint ia
the stomach and furred tongue, takt
Beech am s
before you retire to rest. .Thev
start the gastric juices, assist the
stomach to dispose of the food. en-
courage good appetite, sound di-'
gestion and make you feel life ia
worth - livinir.
Sold Ever) where. In boxes 10c. Iftd eWh
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