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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 24.
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(NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
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BURGLAR HAS BUSY MClli
iniow ttnaie Artist news tonaneu
for Eon'.h f eyenth Ureet
JJLIUS UNGAR WAKENED BY VISITOR
Victim Told to Remain Qalet, as
Moiff Was All that Was Wanted,
"eearlas; Which He Rows
to collrrt taxes on the stock, refused to
produce the record of transactions relating
to the change of nssc end this question Is
still to be pawd upon t the court.
The stock hrldors, through their counsel,
while disclaiming any liability whatever In
the matter of taxes In thta county, produced
evidence to show that the extent of thilr
stock holding had been exaggerated.
1 ha "tallow candle" burglar, aa he has
come to be known. was abroad again Thurs
day night and three residences on florith
Seventh street, In the same neighborhood
where h worked a few nights ago, were
visited by him.
Julius Ungar, who rooms at the' Rosen-
feld residence, 223 South Seventh street,
awoke to And a man going through the
pocketa of his clothes. The fellow was
working by the light of a piece of a candle
which he had placed on the bureau. When
the burglar noticed Ungar was awake, he
said: "He gtlll there and don't make any
noise, t oon t want anything but your
money." The fellow then picked up his
candle and decamped with Mr. 1'ng.ir's
trousers, from which he secured shout $5
From the. Rnewnfeld residence the burglar
went to the home of Captain J. J. Brown
at 290 South Seventh street, where the
rooms on the lower floor were ransacked
tn the fellow's evident search for monev
only. Spots of candle grease were found
on the carpets In all of the rooms. As f.i
as has been ascertained the buglar secured
nothing; of value at the Brown resilience
The lone burglar with his tallow canc'.le
also visited the residence of County At
torney J. J. Hess at 224 South Seventh
street, where ae- ransacked every drawei
and cupboard In the downstairs rooms.
The telltale marks of candle grease were
plentifully In evidence. Here the burglar
secured about W from a child's bank and
gome silver from Mrs. Hess' pocket book.
That the burglar visited the Hen residence
before that of Captain J. J. Brown was
evident from the fact that Mrs. Hess'
pocket book was found on the floor of one
of the rooms In the Brown home. Mr.
Ungar' s trousers were found on the porch
of the Brown residence.
On the floor of the parlor In the Hess
residence a pocketbook. supposed to have
been dropped by the burglar, was found
yesterday morning. It Is not known to
whom It belongs. At each of the three
houses visited Thursday night tho burglar
entered by forcing one of the downstairs
DRESSED TURKEYS, ducks, geese end
chickens. We will have a supply from
our farmers Tuesday and Wednesday of
next week. We are also getting In flne,
crisp celery from, Kalamasoo. We have
lettuce, rutabagas, krout, parsnips, cab-bge-,
dates, figs, cider, raisins, currants.
Bartel & Miller, Tel. SS9.
Few expenses lead to low prices. Our
expenses are next to nothing and our prices
on pianos are the lowest of any house west
of Chicago, quality taVen In consideration.
Bouriclus Piano House, S35 Broadway, Co.
Bluffs, where the organ stands upon the
Women's flne 119.00, S17.K) and $.0.00 suits
of "remarkable goodness" go on sale for
only SS.50. Second floor, suit section. Tha
John Beno Company.
Iea'tng the real estate firm of Greenshlelda
t Everest and J. K. Norman Macallster as
J. H. Kints, one of the Jury trying th
case, was taken Slrk yesterday and by
agreemenf of both sides the suit Is being
tried to eleven Jurors. All of the evldencj
was In by adjournment yesterday afternoon
and the case will go to the Jury today.
WE ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE THE
RADIANT HOME BASE BURNER
NEVER TO CRACK. THE BEST IN
THE WORLD. CALL AND SEE THEM.
SKATES AND 8LEDS FOR THE BOYS.
PETHKSON & SCHOENINO CO.. HDW.
FURNITURE. CO. BLUFFS, IA.
"The early bird catches the worm." Come
today while the selection Is good, and se
cure one of our splendid 115.00, $17.80 or
$20.00 suits for women which are on special
sale at $8.50, Second floor, suit section.
The John Beno Company.
of commission In regular ring style. Officer
Woods happened to be In the neighborhood
and he arrested the belligerent couple.
We have a new shoe for your work. Come
In and see them. Sargent's Family Shoe
Council Bluffs, la., has the lowest lum
ber freight rate. ' I Infer has the lowest
prices and the best assorted stock of goods.
A. Metir Co.
New Location of Wholesale Bakery.
$11 Mynster Street, Council Bluffs, la.
Home-made Bread a 8peclnlty.
SATURDAY GROCERY SPECIALS -"Rice,,
per lb.. Be; ginger snaps, lb.. 6c:
evaporated pears, lb.. 20c; home made mince
meat, lb.. 12tc; prunes, lb.. 5c; seedless
Sultana raisins, lb.. 15c; .sweet cider, per
gai.. toe; rigs, per pkg.. 6c; dates, per pkg.. -., ,.,,,,. . t,.Aii road from
walnuts, lb.. 11c: Malaira r,,. .- f,t.A
qt., 20c; sour
r grapes, lb., 16c; chow chow
"., or; a,iao Dananaa. oranges.
apples, calory, lettuce, radishes, wax beans,
sweet potatoes, cranberries, etc.. etc. J
Zoller Mer. Co., NXM02-10S Broadway.
GET READY for your mince neat. We
have cider, raisins, currants, citron, or we
ran sell you mince meat. already prepared.
lUrtel Miller. TeL 859.
DIKE ENCROACH Kg O THE PARK
President Graham Makes Discovery
While Look in sr Over Lnad.
President Graham of the Board of Park
Commissioners Is somewhat exercised over
the discovery that a portion of the dike
recently constructed In the northwestern
part of the city to protect adjacent prop
erty from overflows of Big lake and to
provide a thoroughfare for people entering
the city from that direction, haa been con
structed on land which Is said to be within
the confines of Lake view park, by which
name the property surrounding Big lake
md owned by the city is known.
The dike, it Is claimed, obstructs the only
entrance to Lakevlew park at that point.
President Graham and the other two mem
bers of the park board visited the place
yesterday and while they found that the
dike had encroached somewhat on the park
property, they admitted not much damage
had been done. President Graham, how
ever, takes exception to any portion of the
park land being used for the dike, as he
figures that the dike, although constructed
In part by the city, Is for the main purpose
of protecting the property of a private
Individual or company. '
A9 the suggestion of President Graham,
the park board is considering the advisa
bility of fencing In Lekevlew pork. A spe
cial meeting of the park board to consider
this matter will bo held either Monday or
The city opened $600 of Its portion of the
county road fund levied within the munic
ipal limits on-the dike and roadway,' ths
work being done under the supervision of
Colonel W. F. Baker, member of the County
Board of Supervisors. - The balance of the
cost of the work was borne by the owners
of the property benefited. The dike was
All vehicles now on my sample floor wl',1
be closed out at cut prices for the next
$0 days. I must make room for olhor
goods. Now le the time to get good bar
gains at VanBrunt's.
NOVEL WAY 10 BOOM ACHY
Keokuk Vo'ei Lares Sum to Ksnufao
toriei Oat of City Treasury.
street. That It had encroached on the park
property was not known until President
Graham made the discovery.
"Preparedness" Is the word that comes
from the holiday handkerchief section.
You'll do well to buy now. Many rars
values In ladles' and children's handker
chiefs are being offered at 10c, 15c. 20c, 26c.
JSC and 50c. H'd'k'f section, main floor.
The John Beno Company.
Portland Case Drags.
County Attorney Hess and Attorney
Charles M. Hart, representing the county,
and Congressman W. U Smith and State
Vo?? ; .8HUnfeLr"' representing the Central Grocery and Meat Market.
-, irxuuru iiuiiie yesterday from
We will have a nice stock of fancy tur
keys, ducks, geese, chickens, oysters, game
and fish of all kinds for Thanksgiving.
Denver and other .Colorado points, where
nay went to take depositions In the suits
lrought by Pottawattamie county to colleot
taxes on the stock of the Portland Gold,
Mining company. The taking of depositions 1
was not completed, as James V. Burns was
nt Goldfletd, Nev., and Frank Peck, secre
tary of the company, was absent from the
city. The hearing was continued to some
time In December.
Acting under directions of counsel.
Charles V. Turner, secretary of the Wyom
ing corporation, the Portland Gold Mining
company having been reincorporated in that
stata shortly after suit was brought here
C 0. D. MARKET
128 WEST BROADWAY
Both 'Phones 65
For Imported wines and liquors and Bud
welser beer, go to L. Rosenfeld, wholesale
liquor dealer, 513 South Main street.
SPECIALS FOIt SATURDAY J
rRESH DRESSED . 44.
CHICKENS, per lb... UC
PIRLOIN STEAK. ri,
' per pound I WO
STEAK, per lt IUC
ROUND STEAK. 4A.
per lb lUO
BEST POT fSf
ROAST BEEF, lb O-OO
BEST RIB A
BOILING BEEF, lb
SAUSAGE, lb.. IWO
Boat forg-et, aay and all beef pot
roasts, so to do.
Koae over .fco. ngular price Be to
' lOo par IN
Real Estate Transfers.
. These transfers were reported to The Bee
November 3 by the Pottawattamie County
Abstract company of Council Bluffs:
A. 1. Hurtwell and wife to Margaret
JenViis. lots 5 and 6, block 8, Mc
Clelland. . w d $
8avnH Loan and Building association
to Eli Itaaston, lot 11, block IS. Wll
llama' First Add, Council Bluffs, w d
Executor A. Cochran Estate to Olive
B. Arnd. lots . 11, 1J and 22, block
31, Central Subdlv., Council Blurts,
Emma B. Duprat to William J. Lev
en tt. lot 15. block 38, Manawa Park
Add. Council Bluffs, w d
William Arnd and wife to Mrs. Delia
Mcl ean, lots 41 and 42, block S,
Wright's Add, Council Bluffs, w d..
Mary L. Everett to Jessica J. Sleden
topf.i lots 12 and 13. block 6, Central
Sutidiv., Council Bluffs, q c d
County treasurer to Benjamln-Fehr
Real Estate company, lot 9, block 81.
Evans' Second Bridge Add, Council
Bluffs, t d
J. V. Greenshields and wife to A. J.
Bosnian. interest In lot 13, block
32, Evans" Second Bridge Add. Coun
cil Bluffs, q o d
County trensurer to Benjamln-Fehr-Keal
Estate company, lot 10, block
12, Bters' Sulxliv.. Council Bluffs,
Same to same, lota 2 and 2, block 7.
Benson's Second Add, Council Bluffs,
8m to same, lots 1 and S. block i,
Bt-nson's Second Add, Council Bluffs,
Same to same, lots S. 4. 5 and 12,
block 12. and lots and 7. block 63.
1 tall road Add, Council Bluffs, and lot
K A nils Sub of nel c'-i 18-75-43. t d
Same to same. i Interest in lot , block
3, Howard Add, council Biurrs. i a..
RULIXO OS UARATIE MATTERS
Fifteen Days the Mlaltnara Time for
Release of Patients.
Mayor Macrae, as president of the local
Board of Health, yesterday made an offi
cial announcement to the effect that the
shortest period of quarantine for diph
theria would be fifteen days. This de
cision was reached as the result of a com
munication from Prof. Henry Albert of
the Iowa State university, the state bac
teriologist, answering certain questions
put to him regarding this much mooted
matter by City Physician Rice at the sug
gestion of the local Board of Health.
After admitting In his communication
that the rules of the State Board of
Health, as to quarantine for diphtheria,
are contradictory and Inconsistent, Prof.
Albert, In answer to the questions pro
pounded by Dr. Rice answers as follows:
The board does not recognize any bac
teriological examinations except those
made by a bacteriologist of the Board of
There are but few cases where the
bacilli disappear entirely in b-ss than
eight or ten days after the disappearance
of the membrane, and there le, therefore,
no reason for sending specimens for ex
amination before that time. 1 have
therefore recommended that beginning
with about the tenth day after tho dis
appearance of ,the membrane, tho firtt
specimen for release from quarantine bo
submitted for examination; if found posi
tive, thsn others sent at intervals of treni
five to seven days until a negative report
Is received. Upon tho receipt of such a
second swabbing may be made and sub
mitted. If also negative, then quarantine
may be released. If positive, then fur
ther specimens sent until two consecu
tive negative reports are received.
Only those who have been quarantined
with the patient, namely the nurse, neej
to have a bacteriological examination
made for release from quarantine, and
only one in case It proves to be negative.
The other members of -the family who
r in me same nouse, nut wno nave not
come In contact with the patient In any
way, need not have such an examination
In regard to whether or not children
In a family in which one is suffering from
diphtheria may remove to another house,
I cannot say positively. The rules, on
Sags five refer to the head of the fantlly,
ut It says nothing In regard to other
cnunren. A release of quarantine by
means of the spirit of bacteriological iex-
aminattons, however, would permit surij
children to be removed to another house.
ir on bacteriological examination a nega
tive report was received, provided they
bad been In quarantine a sufficient length
of time to cover the period of incubation
ana provioea, or course, that the other
rules or tne board regarding change or
clothing, disinfection of person be com
The fifth question regarding the con
sideration of tha incubation period is
f Tactically answered in four. When an
ndlvidual is exposed to diphtheria the
germs do not necessarily Immediately
lodge on the tonsils or pharynx, and the
probability Is that in a vast majority of
cases a negative report would be received
a day or several days after the exposure,
and since the incubation period is from
two to seven days, I would think that the
rule, accord In ir to the snirlt of bacteriolOK-
Ical examination, would be that the swah-
C blnation gas and electric chandeliers
a k . 'celebrated Welebach Incandescent
g. ..ners. Why not see us before yoa
buy. We can certainly please you on price
and quality of goods. Shephan Bros., 52$
Stockert sells carpets.
Fine engravings at Leffert's.
Ed Rogers' Tony Faust beer.
See Borwick for Xmas goods.
Piumbing and heating, Blxby k. Son.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director, 'phone 997.
Woodring Undertaking company. Tel. SS9.
The best ladles' kid gloves for $1.00 at
The John Beno Company.
We sew new soles on your shoes for 75c.
Sargent's Family Shoe Store.
ror good picture framing go to Alexan
ders Art Store, $33 Broadway.
DIAMONDS AS AN INVESTMENT.
TALK TO LEFFERT ABOUT IT.
Lewis Cutler and son, Will, have gone
to Li I'orte, Ind., on business and to visit
All sixes of storm doors, storm sash,
storm windows and weather strips, at Geo.
Men's felt lined overshoes, $1.50. Men's
Bosuin pure gum overshoes, $1.50. Duncan
Dean, 2$ S. Main.
A building permit was issued yesterday
to O. W. Elllthorpe for a ono-Ftory frame
dwelling to cost W.Ltu
We have ordered 1.000 gallons of solid
packed oysters, for Thanksgiving. Central
Grocery and Meat Market.
A beautiful and ornamental gas burner,
the Welshach chick lamp, complete, $1.26.
Btephan Bros., 529 West Broadway.
WANTED An expe.rieneed man to drefs
turkevs. geese, ducks and rhlekens. J.
Zollcr Mer. Co.. WO-!'i2-ie6 Brondway.
DO NOT FORGET that we will have
plentv of dressed chicken, turkeys, geso
and ducks. Bartel & Miller. Tel. U59.
winter term Western Iowa College opens
Monday, Dec. 3. Send for catalogue.
'Fhoue for information. Both 'phones.
Take a look in our window at Fisk's
granite self-bnsting roasters: four sizes,
$Uo, J2.00, 2.2h, $2.50. Swaine & Mauer, 3.(6
OJi West Broadway.
I pay $12 per ton for cast Iron; mixed,
$10; atove, i; rasa, l'c per lb.; rubber,
7c; copper, 14c per lb. J. Katelman, Su2
Muni, both 'phones 660.
Thanksgiving is not complete unless you
have a box of bon bons we have the beat
or a pound or two of our pure uome-made
candy. Mucci. 218 W. Broadway.
The greatest $.50 sale of ladles' tailored
suits that formerly sold at $i5.v0 to $20.00
will prove of special interest to knowing
buyers. The John Beno Company.
A marriage license was issued yesterday
to Charles Holllns. aged i, of Malvern, la.,
and Emma McDanlels, aged 19. of this city.
They weranvarried by Justice Field.
Simon McGrew, Jr., arrested Thursday
under two Indictments In connection with
a charge of forging a check, secured his
release yesterday on bonds in tho sum of
Munsing underwear for men, women and
children, union suits and separate gar
ments; none better made; cost 110 more
than ordinary kinds. The John Beno Com
pany. msh grade granite work, from the best
Barre imported granites, lettering, carving
and tracing. Fine monumental work a
specialty. Sheeley & Lane, 217 East Broad
way. Rev. W. B. Clemmer of the First Chris
tian church has invited the members of
the Woman's Christian Temperance union
to attend the special services at his church
Your watch must have attention, If you
want it " to run, right. Does yours need
cleaning or regulating? I will guarantee to
do either riy tit if you bring it In. O.
Mauthe, 223 W. Bdway.
Beautiful new patterns In table linens
for Thanksuivlno- linen seekers. Exclusive
sets, cloth and napkins to match, well
worth $s.c. are to be had for $3.00 a set.
Tho John Beno Company.
The fcKMird of County Supervisors, which.
In company with the board of Harrison
county, inspected the Joint drainage dl tones
In course of construction yesterday, will
recon-ene In' adjourned regular session this
Charles Brown, the youth arrested at the
Metropolitan hotel on the charge of enter
ing the rooms of guextn and stealing a re
volver and other articles, was yesterday
bound over by Judge Scott to await the
action of the grand Jury.
Hot chocolate, luc; hot. coffee, 10c; hot
tomato bouillon, l"e, hot clam bouillon,
loc; hot chicken bouillon, 10c; hot beef tea,
10c; hot malted milk, 10c; hot clam broth,
10c, and hot lemonade, 10c; Clark's sundae,
l')c, served with cream and wafers. Clark
ABE YOU GOING TO PUT A FURNA Ik'
IN THAT NEW HOI fcE? IF YOI' ARK.
LET US FIGURE WITH YOU ON ONE
FCRTY THOUSAND IN ONE LUMP
Inspector Insists that Vnde'r the lawn
Uh the Apt Constitutes Entbes
slement hrnskn Prisoner
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES. Nov. 23.-tSpecisl
Boosting a city In Des Moines is child's
play compared with the methods of dolng
things In the city of Keokuk, according to
the report of the Inspection of the Keokuk
city accounts, as made by the Inspectors
from the office of the state auditor. The
report has been filnd with the state auditor
and also with the mayor and city clerk of
the city of Keokuk. Here are the two big
gest things that Keokuk did to boost its
city: Appropriated $30,000 for the benefit
of the cereal mill which had burned; ap
propriated JW.OOO and built a factory build
ing which was leased free to a concern to
induce It to locate in Keokuk. There Is
another Item of $2,000 which the Inspectors
unearthed as having been appropriated tn
the Keokuk ft Hamilton Power company,
besides some other minor Items along the
same line. ,
These facts are brought Out by the state
Irmpcctor because of the fart that such
use of the public funds Is clearly 'Illegal
and is defined by the statutes as embezzle
ment. Requisition for Beadle.
A requisition was Issued today at the
governor's office on tha governor of Ne
braska for Charles Beadle, who will be
released at the Nebraska state penitentiary
at Lincoln on December L Beadle Is wantod
In Pottawattamie county for the theft
of a $100 .rhaeton from Charles Green of
Cheap Rates for Conventions.
A rate of one and a third fare for the
round trip has been granted for the Corn
Belt Meat Producers' convention. State
Farmers' Institute and agricultural con-
entlon. Horticultural society convention
and Park and Forestry convention, all of
which will be held here the week beginning
December 11. The conventions will bring
together more prominent men than has ever
been brought together at these conventions
Iowa at stock Show.
AND MEAT MARKET
BOTH 'PHONES 24. 600-602 BROADWAY.
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
3-lb. can Tomatoi,
Uncolored Japan Tea, .
, per lb ,
Rio Coffee, J 0 1
per lb I .C.zC
Fresh Crisp Ginger
snaps, per id. .
strips, per lb. . .
Lard, 3 lbs.,
Solid Packed Oystera, AA
per quart. O J w
Try Our Central Flour, every sack warranted, " -f CZ
per sack. . I I w
The lad was riding ths animal to the corn
field when It stumbled and fell.
Bee our beautiful new Xmas photographs
and portraits. We are making some hand
some water colors, sepia and crayon work
which must be ordered before December
17 and we won't disappoint you. Schmidt,
Sewing machine supplies, sewing ma
chines repaired, sewing machines for rent,
or we can sell you one on satisfactory
terms. 8. M. Williamson, 17 8. Main.
Tabor to Hear Messiah.
TABOR, la., Nov. a.-Speclal.) Tabor
Oratorio socloty will sing Handel's "Mes
siah" December 20. The soloists will be:
I Miss Marie Shanafelt of the conservatory
faculty, soprano; Miss Clair Holpensteln, a
.Tabor conservatory senior, contralto; Mr.
Iowa will have Its share and more In the George Johnston of Lincoln, Neb., tenor;
International Fat Stock show at Chlcag-o Mr Txt:i Ellis of Omaha, bass; Dr. John
next month. In some ofthe breeds Iowa MaTriew of Lincoln. Neb., organist; Miss
men are exhibitors of half of the animals Bertha Shutts, pianist, and Mr. Horace A.
entered for the exhibits. This is especially M111. ,nrector. The two latter are mem-
true in the Angus breeding cattle. In bprs of raboP college conservatory faculty.
Shorthorns, Iowa breeders have a big per- , There wln be about eighty In the chorus,
centage of the entries and are well repre- I
sented tn all. Thanksalvlnac Sale
In the exhibits of steers In the Angus I Gn a om. nlgn -rad, dining room f urnlture.
class the State college has one entered M to so per cent discount ca our enUre line
and W. J. Miller of Mets has nine. In of buffets, sideboards, china cabinets, din-
Herefords the State college has one. la ing tables and chairs from now till Thanks-
Galloways J. B. Bailes & son or BtocKport giving. Keller-Farnsworth Furniture Ca
have five. In Red Polled A. P. Arp of i
Eldrldge has four. In Polled Durhams, Are you having trouble with your hard
Shaver & Denker of Kolona have one. In coaj gtove? Just try a ton of our Cross
grades and cross-breds R. M. Anderson & Creek Lehigh and your troubles will end.
Son of Newell have two. the State college Council Bluffs Coal and Ice Co., 'phone 72.
six. N. A. Und of Rolfe two, and W. J.
age suit and has been set for trial tomorrow.
Choice early Ohio potatoes at 60c, de
livered in five-bushel lots or more. Doth
'phones 1S3. BridensUne & Smith, 1401 8.
TEXTILE STRIKER IS AVERTED
Operators Grant Fall Demnnds (
Workers at tha Fall River
FALL RIVER. Mass., Nov. Si. Th full
10 per cent Increase in wages demanded
by the textile mill operatives was granted
today and a threatened strike averted.
The increase affects 80,000 operatives and
Is effective Monday next. M. C D. Borden,
an Independent cotton manufacturer, em
ploying 600 cotton operatives, took the lead
In meeting the demand of the cotton bands.
No demand has been made on him and
his action has practically forced the other
mill manufacturers to meet the Increase.
The agreement of the mill managers, ex
cep"tlng the Borden plants, is . for six
months, but provision Is made for extend
Between November, 1908, and July, 1!"4,
the Fall River operatives suffered reduc
tions aggregating 22H per cent. Last spring
a part of the cut was restored, and In
view of the continued prosperous business
conditions the operatives demanded a com
plete resumption of the 1903 scale.
from aranUnel" mane be not taken Sn- OF 01 R "OT-AIR OHEEN FURNACES,
til 1 th2 enrt Jvf h Hm of th ,!?n? WE KNOW WE CAN SC1T YOU IN
lnc'ibatlon iriod ordinary PKICE AND WORK. F. A, SI'ENCER, 15:
While fifteen days will be the shortest
period of quarantine for diphtheria. It
may be longer, Mayor Macrae stated yes
terday. He said: "Fifteen days will now
be the minimum time from date of out
set of' disease until the first smear Is
made to be sent to the state bacterio
logist. All those in contact with the di-
Total, thirteen transfers 12,814
Many pretty novelty handkerchief boxes
now ready for holiday shoppers. Main
floor. Ths John Beno Company.
Matters In District Coart.
Tn ths twrsonai lniurv damage suit of Mrs,
' Louise Reed against A. A. Oalnes and
' other reputed owners of the Sapp block.
Judge Green yesterday sustained a motion
to dismiss as to Gaines and Ernest E. Hart,
Rev.' Marcus P. MeClure,. pastor of the
First Presbyterian church, will preach an
anniversary sermon, the ocaslon being the
commencement of his second year s pas
torate. Mrs. MeClure and little daughter,
who have been 111 with diphtheria, are con
valescent and the family has been released
Have you voted yet? If not, come and
eased one must have a bacteriolaglcal .ond ring." 'They' will appreciate your
examination made. Two smears must be vote Immensely. One vote with each cent's
made at intervals of at least twenty-four worth of candy purchased Saturday will
hour, and these sent at ones to the state' t&e&&"g
bacteriologist If these are found to con- Take home a sack of candy. -Purity Candy
tain no disease germs or bacilli, then when cncn, (-. c. wrown. Mt w. uronaway
no disease germs or, bacilli, then when
the place has been thoroughly fumigated
according to law, the quarantine may be
Regarding the inconsistencies in the
rules relative to quarantine of the State
Board of Health, Prof. Albert announced
In his letter to City Physician Rice that
he would bring them to the attention of
the board at the next meeting.
Miller seven. In Bliorthorn steers c. a.
Barclay of West Liberty haa one, N. A.
Llnd "of Rolfe three and D. Tertaen of
Bellevue has two.
Minister Accuse Ministers.
. A Jury composed entirely of members of
the Methodist church Is trying Rev. John
II. Swift, a minister of the Christian church
at Wlnterset. for using the United States
malls to extort money from Banker W. J.
Cornell at Wlnterset. Ministers of the
Christian church are witnesses against their
brother minister and the entire population
is stirred. The trial of Rev. John H. SwlU
began In the federal court today. He
nleads that, though he wrote tho letter.
he did not attempt to extoVt money and
wrote the letter to Cornell only as a min
ister in order' to save Cornell and the
church from scandal.
School Teacher Gets Wealth.
Miss Margaret Walker, author of "My
Lady Hollyhock" is a West Des Moines
school teacher. Her royalties on the book
will amount to $15,qOO or $10,000. She sent
manuscripts to five publishers simultane
ously and all accepted them.
Service of OH Companies,
United States Marshal. George M. Chris
tian today received the papers to be
served on Iowa companler n the Standard
Oil suit at St. Louis. The papers were
notices of the St. Louis suit to be served
on the Standard Oil company of Iowa and
the Continental Oil .company of Council
Bluffs, which is a Standard Oil concern.
See Stephsn Bros, for the latest and best
Inverted burners. 69 West Broadway.
District Coart at Losran.
LOGAN, la.. Nov. 33. 9pecial.)-At the
Harrison county district court the matter
of the State of Iowa against Sam Smith,
colored, is now on trial.- The defendant
has been In the county jail for a long time
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
United States Geological Survey, Recla
mation Service, Washington, D. C, Novem
ber 15, 1908. Sealed proposals will be re
ceived at the vftice of the United Stales
Reclamation Service, Mitchell, Nebraska,
until 3 o'clock p. ni., January , 1907, for the
construction of a diversion dam and head
works, involving the excavation of about
90,000 yards of earth and rock, furnishing
and placing in etructures about 10,0ft) feet
B. M. of lumber," and the lohrruCtIS"3' of
about 8,0uu cubic yards of concrete masonry
Ton Mast Look.
At our superb stock of wall and ceiling
decorative papers If you have the alight- loo " there Is any-
Dld you ever notice If the glass on vour
picture was dull and smoky and perhaps
a number of blisters in the glass? If
you want to show oft your pictures In
proper style you must have a good clear
glass. We handle only the best blas
and can frame your pictures so that they
will show up to suit your taste. Council
Bluffs Paint, Oil and Class company, Mer
What Is the use of buying readv-made
suits that get out of shape after you wear
them a few days when you can get a
tailor-made suit at Hicks' right up-to-date
In style, a good fit. and at a very reason
able price? One of Hicks' suits Will out
wear inree reaay-maoe suits and wiil al
"A wholesaler's loss" enables us to, sell
a special lot of women's undergarments
at half price. Main floor. The John Beno
BIG LINE OF FINE WORSTED TROUS
ERINGS AND SCOTCH BUITINOS JUS'l
ARRIVED AT E. S. HICKS, 13 PEARL ST,
Boy Crashed I'nder Horse.
WEBSTER CITY, la., Nov. 3. (Special
Telegram.) Peter Stone, the 10-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Stone, who reside
east of this city, was Instantly killed this
afternoon, being crushed under a horse,
and is charged with breaking Into a boxcar 1 connection with the North Platte project-
on the Northwestern tracks at Missouri from he cniPf engineer. United States Re
Valley. The matter of D-vid. Bender, clamation Service, Washington, D. C, or
against the Rev. H. Kremers. pastor of the from jonn t 5,77?'
AgHll riroujr ic, Ju wiiuviii iv a u,vw uni- i o.
Onis Market and Grocery
Doth Phones 46
New York Sweet Cider, per gallon 35
Orvls' best Flour,
per pound ......
Soda and Oyster Crackers,
' per pound
ner ouart s&wW
per pound. .
Pork Sausage, link or
bulk, 3 pounds. . . . .
Fresh Dressed 1 1
Chickens, per pound. . . I IC
est notion of keeping in touch with the
latest and best Interior decorations. This
Is a model store In that line and you miss
much if you keep away from here. Jen
sen A. Nicholson, 238 West Broadway.
thing left of It.
clothes it pay-
See Hicks about your
rV ' ' " ' "' ' ' T
fl ' 4a, B-ca so sj a si tn s s m B, son, ess rm rk ma Hi
BOTH "PHONES 108
236 V. BEOADWAY.
SO rounds Bet Cant) Sugar 91.00
ErU-a. Fancy Apples, per bushel , fttkr
Extra Flntt Early Ohio Potatoes, per bushel. , 55c
Extra Fine Naval Oranges, per doxea 2-V
4 cans best Atlantic Corn. . . .23c
SBo ran of Peaches 13c
J6o botttla of Chow Chow. . . . 15c
60c bottl of Maple Syrup. . . .23c
Sour Pickles, per do Be
Bet Tomato Catsup, per gal.
2 lbs. New Maple Syrup 25c
6 lbs. Hand Picked Navy Bcansee
6 lbs. hand picked Navy Beans, 23e
4 lbs. Lima Beans '...23c
4 lbs. best Japan Rice 23c
5 lbs. fancy Prunes 23c
Seeded Rs lulus or Currants,
per pkg 10c
Lemon or Orange Peeling, per
Extra fine Turnips, per peck, ,13c
Any kind of Pancake Flour, 3
2 Pounds Extra Fine Country Butter for 45c
Extra Fine Hams, per pound Hc
8 Pounds New Mince-meat for .23c
Meadow Gold or Gold Medal Flour, per sack. Sl-OO
All Gouds Guaranteed. Prompt Delivery. AVatch Our Ad
Next Wednesday fur Poultry (Specials.
The best overcoats that men wear are
nmde bv Hart, Rchsflfner Marx. We are
, exclusive uicents for this, city for these
celebrated garments of all-wool quality.
perfect tallorlnr and sure to please In
style and price; I10.W to JT.5.0U. The John
MALONET CIGAIt CO.. PEARL BT..
COUNCIL BLUFFS, 1A.. DISTRIBUTERS
FOR THE ROBERT BURNS 10c CIOAR
I AND LITTLE BOBBIE. OLD TIMES
AND ERR13 8c CIGARS.
A Larky Thoasht.
10 nave your cioines cleaned Instead of
buying- new ones Give us a trial is all
we ask and we ars sure you will tell your
neighbors how nice It was done! We dye
lace, plumes, etc., to match samples. Coun
cil Bluffs "Cleaning Co. and Rug Factory,
M N. Main. Both 'phones 516.
N. T. Plumbing Co. TeL &0. Night, sut
Wll""i Net WsstH la Bluffs.
Bertha Wilson, a colored A mason from
the vicinity of the Webster street depot in
Omaha, and her husband, Charles Wilson,
also colored, were each riven ten days In
the city jail yesterday jnornln' in police
' court, but If they will promise to return
across the river and not trouble Council
Bluffs any mors with their presence, they
will probably be releasd sooner.
The Wilsons came to Council Bluffs late
Thursday night. The woman was to a con.
slderable extent under the Influence of
liquor and when near the Northwestern
depot the husband objected to some of his
wife's actions. Mrs. Wilson got fighting
jinsd and prvoeded to ut her busbend vul
U the way people in China say
"Good Morning." The greeting of
almost every nation is an inquiry
after health. The Chinese have the
root of the matter. A strong stom
ach is the foundation. Look after
this organ and the general health
cares for itself. Man is so consti
tuted it cannot be otherwise. It is
the mission of
to keep the stomach well, the liver
active and the bowels regular. They
dispel sickness and create health.
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Bilious.
ne or Constlpatloa cannot exist
when Beec ham's PHU are used ac
cording to directions. For over 50
years they have cured disordered
stomachs, and are now a world-famous
remedy. They merit your
CwUCvMirvbera, In boxes 19a and &x
Illinois CentreJ RaJlroatd
Account International Live Stock Exposition
Tickets on Sale December 1, 2. 3 and 4
Return Limit. December 10th
Two Fast Trains Daily
Leave Omaha 6:00 P. M.
Leave Omaha 8:00 A. M,
Arrive Chicago 7:30 A. M.
Arrive Chicago 9:30, P. M.
TICKETS AND INFORMATION AT CITY TICKET OFFICE.
1402 FARNAM STREET. OMAIIA.
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