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THE OMAHA DAILY J IKK; TUESDAY, NOVEMBER MI, l!of,.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
Offices 10 IVnil
'PROGRAMS TOR VETERANS
Ertrythisc it leadiatsi far Rtuaian of
. tit Army of the Taiitiie.
MAYOR ASKS CITIZENS TO DECORATE,
Afiaaahtera of the America Hernia,
lloa to Giro Reera-tloa at the
Kike' Clvb Ream la Hoaor
of be Visitor.
All arrangementa for the entertainment
r'of the Society of tha-Army of the Tennes
see, which, will hold lta thlrty-alxlh annual
reunion this' city Thursday and Friday
'of thla "week, wero practically completed
yesterday by the executive and other com-
.mittees having tha matter In charge.
The followlna; la the completed official
.program for the two day:
On Wednesday evenfhf, November 7, there
.will, be ,t wo. camp nre for the entertain
ment of visiting officer and soldiers of all
urml'iK at 'the Dodga I-lght Guard armory
and Danish hall at t o'clock p. m., where
sneakers of local and national reDutatlon
. will, make addressed.
,j Order of Evirliri.
Frrst Pay, Thursday, November
66 A. M. Aseernhly by the trumpeters,
Wall "MeFadden's Drum corpa following.
The Society of tha Army of the Tennessee
will march from the Grand hotel to the
auditorium of the Elka' club house for the
nusiness meeting, commencing at iu o ciock
2 to 4 IV M--Beoeptlon at the Orand ho
tel. At this reception the society will re
ceive all old ofneera and aoldlera of tha
The society, with lta guesta, will much
with ithe )nd and trumpeters from, tha
Orand hotel to the New theater.
I Mar ilenrrsl Urenvllle M. Dodge, presi
dent of the Society "of the Army of the
Tennessee, will preside.
Muslo :.i t
. . Covalt'a Band.
ij ..I a .. l t . t . . .
Sung Star pngled Manner ....
wVddre,sa -of Web-ome
Jbm. Albert B. (-Hunmlne, Governor of Iowa,
Address-of welcome .
Hun. Donald- Macrae, Jr., Mayor of
- -Ouncll Blurts.
,&0t"--Old Black Joe
-. n r Klks' Quartet.
Bespojise to th Welcome t
. , - . , General John C. Black.
.General Smith D. Atkins.
Son ; ..v. t
-Mrs. Mary E. Latey of the Society of tha
Army of the Tennessee.
Major General O. O. Howard, Commander
of the Arhiy of the Tennessee.
Major. General Y. T. Grant. Commander
'Department of the East.
ani'-i it ,
Seond Day. Friday. November'
:63 a. m. -"Assembly" py the trumpeters.
irtim corps 'followlna:.'
' The society will match to the Auditorium
.'of th; Klks' club house for the adjourned
4Htsln-ss 'meeting- at 10 a. m.
2 o P. M. Reception to the society and
Its Invited guests at the parlors of the
Klks' dun house by .the women of Council
7:4fi P. M. Members of the society and in
vrted guest will assemble at headquarters
fn the Grand hotel and at the sound of the
' trumpet march to the banquet hall.
Entertainment . committee headquarters
... CUtUDB, R. PORTER.
For Lieutenant Oovernor.
JOHN D. DBNISON,
For Secretary of State,
J. S. MoLUFUD.
Guthrie Canter, la.
For State Auditor,
C. K. MOORE,
For State Treasurer, -L.
Lake City, la.
For Attorney General,
. , Albta, la.
For Judges of Supremo Court.
E. M. CARR, .
Manchester, la. -
L. M. FISHER,
For dark of 8upreme Court,
T. W. KEEN AN,
Far Resort rr of tha Supreme Court,
H. W PARKS.
For Railroad Cemmisslonere,
W. I,. CARPENTER,
Pea Moines, la.
B. K. RTAHI
Mpunt Pleaaant, la.
For Superintendent of BcneoU,
PROF. W. S. WILSON.
, - Rook Raolia, la.
For Congressman, Ninth Iowa,
. VT. C. CAMPBELL,
For Judge of tha platrlct Ceurt,
V. W. MILLER,
Pottawattamie County, la,
' For Representatives,
JOHN P. ORGAN.
Council Bluffs, la.
A. A LENOCKER,
. . COrXTY TICKET.
M. C. OOODWIN,
Council Bluffs, la.
JOHN D. HANSON,
JAMP.H C. JfiNsEK,
Council Bluffs, la.
Fat Clerk af District Court,
i' For Recorder. .
" "Far County Attorney,
: . ROSCOE BARTON,
For Superintendent of Schoola,
MlS CAKOMNE TOBIlY.
Council Bluffs, la.
- - For Coroner,
., DR. J. F. SPR1NK.
, Council Blufta, la.
C H. McOkKADT,
DOM I NICK OHOU,
C M CRIPPEN.
Council Bluffs, la.
' LUTE UMITH,
. Trw8UIP TICKET.
For Jutfge of Superior Court,
HAHVEY O. OUR EN.
" Council Bluffs. Ia.
For Justice of the peace.
J.. K. COOPkR,
' Council Bluffs. Ia
SAMUEL A. OREEV,
Council Bluffs, la.
- For Constables,
, FRANK EDGAR.
Council Bluffs, la.
i'H h ,1 KN8EN.
Cauncll Bluffk. I a.
H. ' ' 1 ' tOW,
Council Bluffs, la.
r or Assessor.
J H. 1. 1 BHK.M.
B I. G4IIR1-: r.-i'.iN.
TaT.e Iw hsh p.
Ht. Tel. 4:1.
re In the league rooms, third floor, Ornnd
The parlors nf the Klks- club rooms will
he opm at all times for the use of the
members of the society and its Invited
nests for ensy renting places and cosv
Carriages will he at ths Orand hotel eat h
morning for the use of the members of the
Proclamation by Maor.
Many of the business houses are being
decorated In honor of the distinguished
guests and In this connection Mayor Mac
rae yesterday Issued the following procla
Tha Society of the Armv of the Tennessee
will bold Its snnusl meeting In Council
Bluffs this week. As mayor of the cltv
and a member of the cltlxena' executive
committee having charge of the arrange
ments for the reception and entertainment
Of these veterans 1 request that all who
can do ao decorate their homes and busi
ness places In honor of men whose pres.
ence Is- an honor to our cltv.
I'nfurl Old Glory and fling It to the
breeae. Let the red. white and blue be seen
from all vantage points. The men of the
Society of the Army of the Tennessee fol
lowed thst flag on many a hard-rought
field, straining their eyes at times through
the smoke of battle, while artillery thun
dered and the deadly minis ball sang Its
song, to catch a glimpse of its beautiful
They loved It then and they love It today.
Council Bluffs Is the. Iowa home of the
commander of the socletv. Ma lor Genera'
Granville M. Dodge. In his honor, there
fore, and that of the surviving hemes of
the old Army of the Tennessee let us act
all together and make our citv a city beau
tiful to look upon, worthy of the honor of
being chosen as the place of meeting of
these veterans. , .
U. A. R. Reception.
At a meeting yesterday morning of the
women'a reception committee, of which
Mra. Donald Macrae is chairman. It wai
decided that the members of the local
chapter. Daughters of the American Revo
lution, would hold a reception Thursday
afternoon from I to S o'clock In the parlora
of the Elks club house for the members
of the Society of the Army of the Tennes
aeo and their Invited guests.' A cordial in
vitation la extended to the women of the
city to attend thla reception.
Friday afternoon, between the same hours
and In the same place, the members of the
women'a reception committee will receive.
These comprise the women'a reception com
mittee: Mrs.' Donald Macrae, chairman; Mrs. R
Fj. Montgomery, Mrs. George K. Wright
Mra. E. W. Hart, Mrs. Victor Bender, Mrs'
Ernest E. Hart, Mrs. D. W. Bushnell, Mrs.
C. L. Haas. Mrs. Charles T. (Stewart, Mis.
W. H. Dudley, Mrs. H. W. Binder. Mrs.
Walter I. Smith, Mrs. Lucius Wells, Mrs
Smith McPherson, Mrs. N. P. Dodge, Mrs.
Joseph B, Reed, Mrs. Spencer Smith Mrs
August Beresheim, Mrs. William Groneweg'
Mrs. John N. Baldwin, Mrs. Robert B
Wallace, Mrs. Edward Canning, Mrs. W. L
Balnbridge. Mrs. O. D. Wheeler. Miss Caro
line L. Dodge, Mrs. M. A. Tluley. Mrs. C
G. Saund-rs, Mrs. Charles A. Beno, Mrs
.V W-!,l,,ri Mr"- c- w- McDonald, Mrs.
Emmet Tinley, Mrs. H. A. Qulnn, Mrs. F.
R. Davis. Mrs. H. H. Van Brunt. Mrs. J. J.
Hess. Mrs. W. S. Stlllman. Mrs. W. A
Maurfr, Mrs. J. F. Wilcox. Mrs. B. m'
Sargent, Mrs. George H. Richmond.
THE RADIANT HOME' BASE BURNER
IS WITHOUT DOUBT THE GREATEST
HEATING STOVE AND FUEL SAVER
IN THE WORLD. NO HOME IS COM
PLETE WITHOUT ONE. WE UNCON
DITIONALLY GUARANTEE IT. COME
DOWN TO OUR STORE AND SEE
THEM. WE WILL BE PLEASED TO
SHOW YOU AND POINT OUT ITS GOOD
QUALITIES. SOLE AGENTS, PETER
SEN AND 8CHOENING CO., HARD
WARE AND FURNITURE, COUNCIL
You can't afford to have your carpets and
rugi beaten In tha old-fashioned way when
you can have tfiem thoroughly cleaned by
mr process at auch moderate cost, without I
ilurv to the finest fahri,. ),!.. I
, . . --.".. "....
,our last winter's suit and let us make It
look like new. Council Bluffs Cleaning and
Bug Factory, H North Main St .
Next Monday. Norember 5, new classes
j will be organized in the day and evening
I school at the Weatern Iowa college. Phone
J for information; both phonea.
Pictures for wedding gifts. C. E. Alex
ander, 338 Broadway.
WATER WORK REPORT JtOT READY
Baa-laeer Kfersted Falls to Pat la
I An Appearaaee.
I wiuiam Klerated, the expert hydraulic en- i
tineer otnnloved hv the cltv fnH t ...
rive veitrrlm- sq ti .v,. ...
r yesterday aa. It waa thought possible
no tmgni ana consequently there was noth.
Ing lng n ii waterworks matter at the
regular monthly eeslon of the city coun
cil last night.
The committee to which had been referred
I th n"""" of locating the additional lights
under the new lighting contract with the
jCitlsena Gsa 4- Electric company presented ,
lta report which was approved. New art
,Ught are to be placed at Main. Sixth,
; Seventh, Ninth and Tenth atreeta or .Broad.
1 ZH'. n !VenUe ""d rp"r """'
. The four arc lights on the tower on the
ken HntnT?ly T' hOUf " be
.taken down and rep'ueed at Fifth avenue
I and Pearl street, inteibtc on of Main and
xj.r, c,,.. ju.u
Pearl atieeta, Fifth avenue and Sixth
.atreot enl Willow avenue and Sixth street,
j Councilman Knudsen declared that If arty
I"!'""!1! . oiane (o remove ire lights
from the uuuit house tnw.r ini,,n..fi. J
iceedinim would be brought against the city.
Let them enjoin," said the n.ayor, "I
believe the city council has authority to
place the city lights where it deems beat."
The committee also recommends that
the arc lights In the several wards which
are In Isolated places be excifanacd for
four thlrty-two-candle power tncandekcent
lights, tha latter to be ao placed aa to give
a more general Illumination. The recom- i
mendatlon waa concurred In. '.
The committee consisting of Councilman
Knudsen, Maloney and Wallace to which
had been referred the matter of purchasing
dump wagons aa recommended by the n.uy-.
or, reported favorably as to thj purcha , Fourth Ward. First Precinct County
of ane at a, cost of uot to excewd Hm iva an court house.
Tr-ifn.ni l ourth Ward, Second Precinct 1302 South
experiment. , 1Il4i)
Rev. W. L. Glersdorf asked permission ! Fifth Ward. First Precinct-Count v
fo elect a city mission building, to be con- building, corner Fifth avenue and Twelfth
atructed of frame, covered with corrugated tiJ7t!; , a A . , .
i, . ,. . . " , Hfth Ward, Secotid Precinct County
Iron, on a lot owned by the city at Twelfth l.uildliiK. corner Thirteenth street and
treat and Broadway. The building. It wau .Fifteenth avenue.
Stated, waa to coot $2,500. The request was Sixth Ward, First Precinct County
referred to the committee of the whole. ! 0V,rTrl'Ks'treetr'''"r Av,,nU6 " ",ld 1 "'"-
C. N. Poor was granted a permit to! Sixth Ward. Second Precinct Fifth and
operate a saloon at 1U0 West Broadway. ', Locust.
The finance compilttee, to which waa re- j The following are the Judgea and clerks
ferrvd the matter of the purchase by the ! of election for the rlty:
city of the oil painting by H, Jensen of First Ward. First Precinct JudKcs,
Council Bluffs when it waa nothing more J"1'" Halle, I-wis Hammer. II. Shoemaker;
than a trading post, reported that the con- ; iTSSit lnVc-Y.fdges. V.
tlngent fund was depleted and conse- K Keller. N. W. Williams, Robert Rain;
quently there was no fund out of which clerks. Henrv De Ing. jr., lxmie Snyder.
the city could pay Artist Jensen. The ie- 8"-'0,,l WhtJ; t ir rreclnct-Judges.
..... Spencer Sni th. George lxuut. M F Rolirer:
port was concurred in. Mr. Jensen tlua , iVrk. J. S. blanchard, A. A. Covalt. '
stated he was willing to leave the pahiiiiii; Second Wsrd. Second I'reclnct Jui1es. A.
hanging In the council chamber, If the Ask with. John Olson, - L. p. Hervlss:
counci, would purchase 1, at the beginning X "
of the new ftaual year next April. The Knox. Robert Green. P. J. MrHrlde; clorka.
councllmen declined to make any promise. It. V. limes. George F. lluhi-.
The city attorney Was Instructed to tile ' .,Third ,w,ard- . S'fond Preeim t-Jl..g .,.
an information against J.( Stein, a WeM ' aaierta. J." iT'&uJ'iC
Broadway Junk dealer, for moving a email Thomas.
frame ahack on to a lot on Broadway, Fourth Ward, First Precinct Judges, y.
near Seventh ..reel, without aecurl... ,h. 5.$ VMH-rid'.T "F.Jpi, h". "
consent of the council. At a former meet- I Fourth Ward, Second Precinct-Judges
lnj; of tha council tha city clerk was In- H. F. Knudsen. Ed Ford, S. J. H. Hoyaen;
structed to notify Stein u renune the ' c','r'1"- s"rn Wilson, William Guff,
atrucur. a, once, bu, .Inc. then Stein. UtZVSrs"ol:Xfc
place of removing It, had covered It wl'hlj. i '. Fl-mmlng Ed Welch,
sheeting. Fifih W ard. Second I Tivlnct -Jmiges. H.
Kegardlng the Dm suits brmiaht hv th.
properly opposite the high school buildltiR
by reason of the peculiar construction of
the pHving at this pnlnt, whl.-li it was
complained caused the surface water to
flow onto the lots. City, Solicitor Kimball
recommended thai the city reconstruct the
p.-ivlng so as to avoid the conditions coin
plnliied of. The matter ass referred to
the ilty engineer, city attorney and Coun
cilman Wallace, with Instructions to report
bark to the council.
l'mler the new rule the consideration of
the monthly grist of bills was postponed
until the next meeting, only the pay rolls
being allowed last night.
A beautiful diamond ring worth tV will
be given to the lady receiving the largest
Dumber of votes. One vote given with every
cent's worth of candy purchased at our
store, rurlty Candy Kitchen. Bt! West
See the Beckwlth Round Gk before you
buy. They last for thirty years. None
genuine without" the nm on the legs.
Swaine & Mauer, M6-S.1S Broadway.
8e Stephen Bros, for the latest and best
Inverted burners. W West Broadway.
Wood or Wood 1 oa ol f
Would you like to buy better wood and
more of It for less money? We sell store
lengths and chunks. Missouri oak wood at
ll.M a rick. This Is a bargain. Brldenstetn
A Smith. Fourteenth avenue and Sixth
street. Tel. IB.
Our highest ambition is, when we frame
a picture for you, to do It right and please
our custmers. Perhapa you have a picture
that needs framing. Bring it to our store
and let us see what we can frame It for.
We'll do It as reasonable as It possibly can
be. done. Council Bluffs Taint, Oil and GIa.s
Company, Merrlam block.
That old frame Is beginning to look
shabby. Let us put on a new one. We can
frkme It right. Just to suit yon and up-to-date.
Borwlck, ai South Main.
For Imported wines and liquors, and Bud
welser beei'. go to L. Rosen f eld. wholesale
liquor dealer, 6U South Main street.
ESTIMATE f ELECTION RESII.T
Managers of Both Partlea Pretend to
Everything looks exceedingly favorable
for the election of the entire republican
ticket. The candidates on our county ticket
will be elected by majorities ranging from
(ffl to 1.4UI. Governor Cummins will, go out
of Pottawattamie county with from l.iOO
to 1.600. Since his Council Bluffs speech
conditions have become much mora favor
able to the governor and to a very great
extent pre-conventlon diHaffectlon has van
ished. In the strong Cummins districts
the feeling has also greatly Improved and
the county ticket will receive the support
from the republicans which It should.
K. E. SMITH.'
Chairman Republican County Central Com
We "feel very confident of success this
year and expect to elect our whole ticket.
I have been In close touch for the last
thirty daya with all parts of the county and
have received expressions from many sides
that It Is the Intention to have a general
house cleaning In county affairs this year.
Tha vote on election day will demonstrate
the fact that the voters of Pottawattamie
county are now ready for a general house
cleaning. A. W. CASADY,
Chairman Democratic County Central Com-
The whole republican state ticket will be
elected. Including every congressional nom
inee, with the possible exception of the
First district, that occupying the south
eastern corner of the state. Congressman
Smith will receive a majority of anout 7.000
In the Ninth district and Governor Cum
mins, I think, about 6.0U0. Governor Cum
mins will be elected by a majority of be
tween 25.000 and 30,000. The whole repub
lican county ticket will be elected by safe
majorities, although I - look for mere or
less scratching. County Attorney Hess will
ne ntgn man on the county ticket, aa he
was two years ago.
The three candidate.
on the Judicial ticket will be elected without
ny qtont as Wj j j Brandes and
Wllloughbv Dye on the legislative ticket
despite the hard fight made against the
former. GEORGE S. WRIGHT,
Member of the Republican State Central
Committee from the Ninth Congressional
I very much dislike to forecast, because
I do not believe thtre is a man in the Ninth
district or in the state of Iowa who Is uOlu
to intelligently forecast the result of Tues
day's election. The democrats realize their
exceptional opportunity this year and will
get out a full vote, while I have every
reason to believe many republicans will
stay away from the polls. In my opinion
there la no doubt but that Porter will carry
the Ninth district and I wou'd not be at all
surprised If he carried Pottawattamie 6ounly
by a neat little majority In view of the fact
mat despite an sum ana done there Is not
the mwt perfect harmony existing in tha
republican ranks. J. J. HUGHES
Member of the Democratic State Central
rommittee rrom the Ninth Congressional
The close of the campaign yesterday
found both republicans and democrats con
fident of victory today. While the demo
crats ara hopeful of electing trulr county
ticket, the republicans expect to, and this
is the difference In the situation.
if the local beta posted Indicate any-
thing, tney Indicate that the democrats
have very little expectation of electing any
of the candl(,utea on their county ticket.
Not do"" ho." been wagered by the demo-
cra tntU y mcur candidate will
. but a number of bt. have been
,',,, ..,., ,., , fh.
7,7 , . 7 , .7
publ oan cand dates obtaining certain ma-
, . ... . . ...
Joritles. In almost all Instances the ma
jority wagered again et hus been SuO or in
At republican headquarters last night
,hre w" en,r1 ""I" that when the
votea are counted tonight they will show
another conclusive victory for the repub
lican ticket, almost as great as those in
le and 1WH.
These are the polling places in the city:
First Ward, First Precinct 132 East
First Ward. Secor.d Precinct 207 East
"erond wara, first rrecincea Bryant
"i,7,' ,, ,.., a... i,
Third Ward, KJrst Precinct 101 Fourth
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Main ' ouu...
""""'-K. I A. rirewl.-k. Join II w.ir.i
To vet C VTITI i a m-MiitTir nn. X TT "vTvaU;
clerks. Ed Cadwsllad'-r. K. J. McKlnley.
Htxth Ward, Seeond Precinct Judges. 1
Pliv-tlel. C. A llatulltoo, John Hansen;
clerks, Jens Hinisen, James M. Traniker.
- The famous Acorn stove; nothing In the
market like It for heat, economy, durability
and n"atness. We nm.ke- the most rcasant
able price on atoves In the rlty, considering
the quality. We handle a lurge stock of car
pets, linoleum sad dlclotn. D. W. Keller.
103 South Main street.
MAU)NEY CIGAR CO., ft) PEARL ST.,
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA., DISTRIBUTERS
FOR THE ROBERT BURNS 10c Cl'lAH
AND LITTLE BOBBIE, OLD TIMES
AND ERB1S 6c CIGARS.
14 you -want the best lights to be had buy
your hornets and mantles at W. A.
Maurer's, Lindsay burners complete, 73c.
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday to
Name and Residence. Ag".
.T. II. Boyle, Omaha ;t
Mary Mleark, Lincoln, Neb Jd
James O. 8wngger, Nebraska City, Neb.. X!
Lucy J. Lamborn, Nebraska City, Neb... "fi
Combination gas and electric chandeliers
and the celebrated Welsbach 'Incandescent
gas burners. Why tint sec us before you
buy. We can ccrtninly plejise you on price
and quality of goods. . Strplmn Bros.,
You get the lowest price, easiest terms
and best guarantee on your piano when
purchased at A. Hospe Co., South Main
St., Council Bluffs.-.
Stockert sells carriets.
Fine engravings at Leffert'e.
Ed Rogers' Tony Faust beer.
Get those new photos at Schmidt'.
Plumbing and heating- Blxby A Son.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director, 'phone 9S7.
Woodring Undertaking company. Tel. 33.
,nP,IAJMON1?!v.A3 AN INVESTMENT.
TALK TO LEFFEHT ABOUT IT.
TINNERS AND PLUMBERS WANTED.
F. A. SPENCER. IM W. BROADWAY.
Hafer saves you money. That Is what yon
are working for. C. Hafer, Council Bluffs.
I repair talking machines, bicycles nnd
sewing machines. S. M. Williamson, 17 So.
A beautiful and ornamental gas burner,
the Welsbach chick lamp, complete, ll.il.
Btephan Bros., 629 W. Broadway.
COAL TEAMS WANTED to haul coal
for Fenlon Wickham Coal company.
Higher wages paid. 107 Pearl street.
Hat and cold drinks served with vanilla
and saltin wafers; hot chocolate, oyster
cocktail, clam and tomato bouillon. Clark
I pay 12 per ton for cast Iron; mixed.
110; atove, is; rags. - lvc per lb.; rubber,
7c; copper, 14c. per lb. j. Kaielman, bui
Main, both 'phones 650. a
A building permit was issued yesterday
to N. P. Peterson for a two-story irauii
dwelling at the corner of Ninth street and
Avenue A, to cost $ii,f00.
WHEN GOING TO BUILD GO TO GEO.
A. HOAGLAXU, THE PIONEER LUM
BER MAN OF COUNCIL BLUFFS. K4
SOUTH MAIN STREET. TEL. 24i.
High grade granite work, from the best
Bane Imported granites, lettering, carving
and .tracing. Fine . monumental work a
specialty.. Sheeley Lune, J1V East Broad
way. Rev. H. W. Starr', rector of St. Paul'3
Episcopal church, who was called to
Waco, Tex., by the death f his tatfier.
Rev. F. R. Starr, la - expected home to
day. Miss Kathryn TreYnor of the Pierce
street teaching force Is on the sick list.
Mrs. Nora Lathrop Karnes of Kansas
City is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. McClelland of .thla. ftity.
The Infant daushtir".of Mr. and Mrs.
P. H. Ladlges, 1SM8 Eighth avenue, died
yesterday . The funeral will be held thla
afternoon at 2 o'clock trom the family
residence and bmOJ $U be iix Walnut
Hill cemetery. . ,
One Of the bl- Wucg deer at Fairmont
park eacaped - while '.being', transferred
trom one enclosure'-Tb the other. Tiw
animal took fright at a dog and made a
dash for Jiberty. Whi last aeen it was
city fr ou'ih'''Bt,;rn )arl ol tho
Fred Hchelber, aed t M' years, died yes
terday at his home at Twenty-sixth street
and Broadway. He Is survived l,v four
sons and two daughters. The " metal
will be held Thursday morning at '.'-SO
o'clock from the German - Lutheran
The "society vaudeville" .entertainment
last Friday night af, 'the. New theater,
given for the bene!)!, of the creche build
ing fund, will net the rUnd a little ov-r
$Hu0. A harvest Iiome for the same In
stitution will be given, at the creche next
Articles of incorporation of the Warm
SprliiKS Valley Development cum). any
were tiled for record yesterday. c. W.
Douglas and A. C. Stiles, both of this
city, are the Incorporators and the capital
stock Is placed at !!(), uon. Santa Monica,
Cal., la named aa thu'princlpal place of
The funeral of the iale Mrs. S. II. Eves
will be held Wei;iedav afternoon at U
o'clock from the residence in Lewie town
ship and interment will be in the Lewi
township cemetery. Rev. F. A. Case, pas
tor of tl.c First Baptist Church, will cou
duct the services. - '
Captain Shafer and "Officer Gillespie
were called late Sunday night to the resi
dence of Mrs. Strain, 1'12 Harmony, wheie
a. dog which by Its actions ws thought
to be suffering from ruble nad inva.l.-l
the domicile. A shot from Officer
lespie's revolver terminated the earthly
career of the canine.
Emma Rlpke, the ,vpung woman await
ing the action of ilrw- grand Jury on a
charge of killing . Frank K. Polta, waa
visited yesterday at the county Jj.11 by
the pastor of the Gorman Luthenm
church at Hanover.v Kan., her former
home and by whom she waa confirmed
ahuut two ears ago.
William Stevenson, colored, charged
with breaking Into a dining tar in tile
Milwaukee yards Sunday and stealing Ji5
and some of the silverware, was lodged
In the county Jail yesterday evening, hav
ing been brought buck from Omaha where
he was arrested. Stevenson w as formerly
employed as second rook on the car, but
was recently discharged.
The police were asked yesterday to
locate a stranger who hired a horse and
buggy from the Lovejoy livery on diutu
street Sunday afternoon and failed to. re
tdm them. The buggy, badly wrecked.
was found near a saloon on Broadway
and Thirty-seventh street, while Hie hor&o
waa hitched nearby. Investigation leads
to the belief that the stranger, alter
meeting with the mishap, hoarded a cur
for Omaha. The hire of the rig, amount
ing to 1. SO. was j aid In advanie, but
Ixivejoy is now out ftbout 1D for it pans
to the .buggy. .-'.".
A. Metsarar Jt l u.
New location of Wholesale Bakery,
616 Mynster Street, Council Bluffs, Ia.
Home-made Bread a Specialty.
o Work, fo Grand Jury.
LOGAN, la..' Nov. S (Spec ial -At the
Harrison county district court now In ses
sion here the grand Jury convened and.
after fifteen minutes llnditur no business
to transact, adjourned without finding any
Indictments. Tomorrow being election day,
there Is no court either today nor tomor
row, but court will reconvene on Wednea
day. Ntudrat Hurt In U uinaaluiu,
IOWA CITY, Ia., Nov. 8 (Special Tele
grant.) George F. Hruiah of Cedar Raplda,
Id., a university student, sustained sprained
aiikUs in (he university gymnasium thla
afternoon. A screw holding- a Vope ladder
on which he waa climbing- broke and he fell
t lex en feet.
CJ . , short ord
A af .i
HOPE OF DEMOCRACY FADES
Erjio'i Viiit, Iuttt ad of Uelpiir, Kiocki
Holes in tne Ikircrasr.
VOTE IS EXPECTED TO BE A LARGE ONE
Kriinhlirana- Feel Confident nf tarry
Isg All Rut the First, Fifth
ml Mh Cnnarrssloan I
(From n Staff Corieepondent.1
DKS MOINES, .Nov. S.-(Speelal.)-Head-quarters
of the republican and democratic
committers In this city are deserted today
and all have gone home lo vote and the
work of the campaign Is ended. Tomorrow
both headquarters wtjl keep open house nnd
receive returns up to a late hour tomorrow
night. About the republican headquarters
the last few days there has licen every all
ot confidence, the. confidential feeling grow
ing perceptibly. There Is no question hut
that the speech of W. J. Bryan, In which
he said thnt "If" there were men on the,
state committee not favorable to rate legis
lation they should resign, and "If" there
was money received from the rallroadH lor
the csmpnlgn It should be returned, has
had a had effect on the democratic strength
and did much for Cummins. The repub
lican newspapers of the state have had
no trouble In producing the editorials of
I-ouls Murphy in the Dubugue Telegiaph,
a democratic paper, and have produced the
page from the proceedings of the rump
convention in Chicago, showing the name
of C. W. Miller, chairman of the demo
cratic committee, as a delegate to the con
vention which voted In opposition to giving
to any commission power to fix rail rood
rates. It Is confidently anticipated that the
vote tomorrow will be a large one on both
sides. New elements, however, make It
very difficult to make a prediction as to the
probublc plurality for Cummins. Boles wus
elected governor on the democratic ticket
the second time by 2n7,mn to 1H9.000. Aside
from, this, the largest democratic vote for
governor was in 1897, when Fred E. White
got 1M.853, against 224,729 for Leslie M. Shaw.
The democrats are counting on a' big
Increase In the democratic vote over that
of l!o3 for Jerry Sullivan for governor,
which was 159.726. There is little, however,
to Indicate that thla Increase In democratic
votes will be aa large aa the democratic
estimate, their figures being 3I.MO Increase.
To elect Porter governor the democrats
are counting- on an Increase of 20.000 In the
democratic vote and on 30.000 republicans
scrntchjng Cummins. This means a change
of 300 republican votes ' In each'. county
on the average, and If their hopes come
true Porter would get 209,000 and enough
to elect him, based on the vote of 190:!.
Thla allows no change of votes from the
democratic column for Cummins. Conser
vative republicans admit that Cummins
will be schratched some, but put the figure
at less than 200 to tha county and believe
that Cummins will get a democratic vote
for every republican vote that he loses.
If the republican predictions come true.
Cummins and the state ticket will be
elected by about the figures of 1903. when
Cummina got a vote of 238,804 and Sulli
van, the democratic candidate, 169,726.
There is no possibility of the democrats
getting a majority In either house of the
legislature and they do not claim the
will. On congressmen three districts at
least are In doubt. Every Iowa eongress
man now la a republican. The election
tomorrow In the First, Second and Sixth,
however, Is In doubt. Some republicans
go so far as to say that the First will
surely go democratic. The. next' greatest
doubt Is in the Sixth, where Lacey has
been making a hard campaign, but with
odds against him: There Is sonle slight
question aa to the Fifth, but for the moat
part It Is expected to go republican and
Meat Prodncera Afrr Bla; Men.
' OnVera of the Corn Belt- Meat Producers'
association of Iowa are making an effort.
With a show of success, to get Judge Cowan
of Texas, the attorney for the National
Association of Cattle Growers, to come to
Des Moines next month to address tha as
sociation. The meeting will be held at
the same time as the meeting of the State
Agricultural society. In addition to Judge
Cowan, other notable cattlemen are to be
brought to the state for that meeting, and
with the excellent program that Is being
arranged for the State Aglcultural society
it is expected that wide attention and a
large attendance will be attracted to the
meetings. The State Horticultural society
meets at the same time.
Hare Hlol (nrlled.
A race riot broke out among the work
men on an addition to the plant of Dodd
& Struthers In this city today and police
were called to quell it. Negro workmen
dropped several wheelbarrow loads of
bricks down a shaft and were accused of
doing It purposely to injure the white men
at work on the building. Words led to
blowa and knivea were drawn and a free-for-all
fight ensued In the alley between
the Chamberlain Medicine company plant
and the Dodd & Struthera plant. Several
were badly brulaed, but none Injured fa
tally. - ,
Almost Hlot at City Council.
When the queetlon of paving Forest ave
nue was raised at the meeting of the city
council today it nearly lead to a riot.
Charlee Krana declared to the council that
George J. Stebel had come to his hoi. as
and almost forced Mrs. Krmm to sign a
petition for ereosoted blocks. He claimed
.. r.ran was very atck at tha lime
and that Stebel's actions waa hastening
her death aud that she would probably die
soon. He made a apring at Stebel and
trouble followed. Aldermen separated th
combatants, but the prolonged discussion
of the question by the aldermen was with
tha bitterest feeling.
CENTRAL, FDOrR-.in.l5. Evary Back
warranted. Central Grocery and Xf.. t...
ket. Both phones 14.
BUNCH OF GASOLINE DON'TS
How ot lo Blow 1, tho Hoaae
aad Your Fa sail r
Mr. 11. V. Davis, who Is the atate Are
marshal of Ohio, and who haa prepared
eome very unpleasant statlstlca In reg-ard to
gasoline stovea. haa prepared also the fol
lowing "don'ts" for gasoline consumers:
IUH t fill tha Stove's reservnir mhll.. .1..
burner is alight. Vapor or gasoline, bchuf
ntavter than air. will reach the flame and
the flush will ao frighten the filler that
more gasoline will be apilled and the room
Instantly filed with flam. '
Don't fill the can quite full, for gasoline
expands much more than water when it
become warm and la likely to force open
a seam In the reservoir.
Don't fall to. turn the burner shut befote
filling Ihe reservoir, for the fluid leaking
inrougii it win make a vapor which
set on fire one who strikes
a mauh to
light the otove.
Don't allow too muih fluid to flow Into
1( you tmnk conatipatioa is of lYirui
consequence, just ask your doctor.
He vill ditabuse you of tbat notion in
thortorcter. ' Correct it, at once ! " he
Then ask him about Ayer's
A mild tivrr pill, all vegetable.
pnl-Hah tua fornu'.aa
the burner or fail to t lose It light whin
putting the fire out.
iNm't potir gssollne from one vess-i to
another In a room In which there is n Hi
or lliffht, tecause the Invisible vnor of
gasoline will be drawn to any trc;iily live,
liinip, candle or gas Jet.
Ikni't fall to watch rh-cly for leaks in
reservoir or burner, because Knsnllne, hi-iim
but two-thirds as dense as water, wilt
exude through a snmller hole. Remember,
too. that when the l-nk is Flint II then- is
no drop or damp spt anywhere tn show
Its existence, because the gasoline vapoi
Ir's ss fast as It exnd-s.
IVn'l slop tho stuff, fu- it is more il in-,
gorous than powder. Three-font Ihs of the
stove accidents occur while nillnk tho
Don't keep gasoline In any Jug or In a
can larger than two gallons, because It is
difficult to pour the thin stuff from either
without spilling it.
ln't get your gasoline and kniosene
cans mixed. That error cost two lives In
Ohio last year.
Don't leave any gasoline can open, be
cause currents of air draw out the vapor.
Tho reservoir of every gasoline Move
should be outside ihe building, the feed
pipe passing through. Ihe wall. If so
placed, heat from the stove cannot burst
It, a leak Is harmless and vapor cannot
Ignite while It Is being filled. The stove
Should be fixed to a permanent foundation
so that it cannot be set against npy In
All gnsolinc stoves should have bottom
and three sides closed to prevent com
bustible material from reaching the rUme,
and the main burner grates should be two
feet from the floor. Finally, don't hunt the
source of an odor of gasoline with a light.
The result of finding it Is always Instan
taneous nnd disastrous.
Council Bluffs Heal Estate Transfer.
These transfers wore reported to The Bee
November & by the PottuwHltamle County
Abstract company ,,f Council Bluffs:
Ellen Carlisle and husband to Fred
C. Deen, lot 9 of Auditor s sub sw'4
not sw-i 9-77-3M, w d $ 1,)0
James Nelson and wife to Joseph G.
Hanson, lot 2. Auditor's sub se4
sw'4 17-75-4:1, w d tun
Sarali E. Davis, executrix, to William
C. Blunt, one-half Interest in lot -2.
block 10, Avon, Ia., ex d
George L. Wilkinson and wife to W'.
H. Buttler, part of lot 4, block 24,
Neola, la., w d
Isabella Johnston lo S. W. Besley,
iois in ana 14. mock 24, Kallronrt add.
lo Council Blufta,. w l im
Rosa G ill to William Gall, part of lot
1, block 1, Kubanks1 first add. to
Council Bluffs, w d. iK
Charles T. Officer and wile to Chris
tian Eberhart, lots 1 and 2. block 5,
Squires' add. to Council Bluffs, w d 2,WM
William M. Perkins and wife to J. N.
Hutchinson and D. H. Bailey, lot
ii in nantnorn a uoi. to L.ovei,uid,
la., w d i
Christen Peterson and wife to Mrs. E.
J. Melton, lots 9 aud lo, in Peterson a
sub of part of out lo D In McClel
land, la., w d
Mark L. Williams and wile to S. V.
Bealey, lot lrt. block 24, In Ferry add.
to Council Bluffs, w d
Burlington Savings bank lo Charles
r. ornccr. lots l and 2, block i. In
Squires' add. to Council Bluffs, w d 2,B)
Ethel w. Henrich to Mary H. Wil
liams, part of lots 1 and 24, block 2,
in Glendale add. to Council BlulTs,
Mary E. Rowley nnd husband lo F.
C. Maxfleld. i Interest in lot 10,
block 7. In Mynster's add. to Coun
cil Bluffs, w d
Walter Kilnoskt and wife to Rosa
Gall, part of lot 1, block 1, in Ku
banks', first add. to Council Bluffs,
County treasurer to W. 8. Cooper, lot
1 in 14-75-44, t d
Fifteen transfers, aggregating $'2,:'i:j
Bee Want Ads produce naults.
liver for i.'aierntiirul.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 6.-Tlin director of
the mint today purchased lort.ooo ounces of
silver for delivery at the Denver mint at
71.431 per fine ounce.
Falllnar'Colamn Kills Workman.
NEW YORK, Nov. 5. An eight ton Iron
column, forty feet Ions, which had just
been placed in position on the second floor
of the New Grand Central depot today
toppled and crashed through heavy Iron
gliders to the basement, a distance of sixty
feet. It struck and killed a workman and.
seriously Injured another.
A Skin of Beauty i Joy rorover.
T. Felix Oouraud'a Oriental
Croam or Magical Boautlfior.
Rtmovtf Tn, flmr-'n
irct-kiu. Il-ts Patcho.
uik, ted Skin lirae
and rTtry Mtmltt
I os bei,i y. n4 Ue
r B' (IFlt'.-tlUB. it
bu stood lbs t
of 67 Tars, aa
la aa harmlrta wt
la pr.'.perlf Biada
frit of alnjlia
aaiaa. Pr. L. A
Havrs anil to t
laii? of tba hut
ton i vt lent i
A you laille)
will uia thrn
'ftaaraaa'a Cressa at tna Iraat harmful of all lh
kin preparation." for aala ay all artiKt-iftta and Y ancy
Oaoda Dralara la tha Ct..ttf ataua, Canada sod Europe
rERB. T. HOPKINS, rrGt 87 Grrat hnn Slnd Reg Tut
Ts Itltst triumph of Cnfstiont'Art
Put np in linen has all ready
to mail. 2Jc. aka(,tl.Ntlk,
kOc. a Ik. A Sample Box enn
tainlne Six f lavors mailed
postiMtd on receipt ol lor.
Chncnlatea and Bonbons
superior to aor other.
431 Filth ., Mtw York
Mail order rs.efullr snrl promptly rilled.
Koud fr price nat.
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in ri.iiu iii) n.
Piles is a f- ai lul u..-e:sc, but e.tsy tft
cure if 1 1 1 1 in at it l ilit.
An C'l'-iail'in with the knife is d.inn r
ous, cruel, humiliating and unnecessary.
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cured painless, safe and in the pilvii-y
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We mall a trial package free to all wh'i
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fhe harmless, painless nature ol th-s
great remedy and suiii oil' wi ll oil 111
way toward a pet-fed cure. ,
Then you can get M- full-siei1 box front
any druggist for 50 efiit,, luid often one
If the druggist Jitcs lo sell you some
thing Just as Kood, Il ia because lie makes
more money on t ho, HubMitule. .
. Insist on haviiiK u hat you iuU;for.
The cure begins ht tun e 'and continues
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You can go right ahead with your work
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It ia well woith trying..
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No knife and Its torture, . .
No doctor and his bills.
All druggists, 00 cents. Write today for
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NOW IS THE TIME TO TAKE
CURES CCLD3 IN THE HEAD, AND
PREVENTS LA GRIPPE.
Your Druggists Guarantees It.
This Is the season of the. year when
po many people are troubled with coltla
In the head; If you are one of these, go t
your druKiKt and set a box of BltoMO
LAX, the new and Si-ietititlo Cold Cure.
HHOMO-liAX contains no quinine lo
make vour bend stutTy and produce deaf
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a few doses1 lmve been taken, leavluK tha
head free and Hoar and easy ,10 breathe.
Your (IruEBiNt positively sWraiite")
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Better Ret a box today aa you may
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At it th BoJv,
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