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THE OMAHA SUNDAY T KE : NOVEMBER
Office, 10 Pearl Ht. Tel. 43.
RlfkE CASE SET FOR TRIAL
Woman Accused cf Killinz frank Potts to
lacs Jury JSextWetk.
PAT CROWE CASt OFF THE- TRIAL DOCKET
( nmtf Altrnr lira Annoaurra,
Howftfr, that He Will Make an
f.ltort to Rrrarc a Hearing;
In tho riMHMiarnnient by Jul Grren ps
ttrtlay of Jury rar, t.h trial of Emnu
Rlpk tho young woman charged with
nnmler In the first dr-grew for the nllrftrd
killltm (if Fnnk Kflth I'ntto, hits bten
ft for Monilny, December 3.
The trial of l'itt frown on the charge of
holding up nnd robbing the crews of
motors at tho cast end of the bridge In
Mny. 1!'5, which had been fet for Decrm
ber 6. Is ilropppd from the new alignment,
' but Co-.mty Attorney Hoi's stated yester
day that It was hla Intention to try Crowe
at this tenn of court If possible.
The following la the reassign ment of the
criminal nnd Inw cases as made yester
day: Monday. November M Potter Hgalnst
JoiiKin; Ktxta against Pendcrgast et a!:
Blate aRalnxt Sayen; State against Mc-
NfivembiT Slate against Pwooney;
iale agaJnst Whltmorc; State against Hlg-
November IS State against Nelch.
, Decemhrr estate aaainst IUpkc; Slate
December l(i lirenzen against Street
T'.u'lwnv company; McKesson asolnat Na
tional Cash ll-gleter company.
Dccemhei- 11 Alleshnuse against t ooK ,
' Hoxpe. administrator, against M. C. & t.
1. Railway eompi'ny. .on
per ember 12 -lni MT against Street Rail;
way "cnm-Miny. Trutlom' National bank of
Ui.cheNt."- V., against I nion Transfer
puny; I.orenzeii against Street Railway
and bridge company.
December 1 funis worth against New
Vork Plumbing company; K-iler against
Hoard of Purk C onimlssloners. .,...
lecemler 14-Kntelman against Water
works company; X'rlce against City, two
CT"emher 15-Kvcrett against Street Rall-
' against Milwaukee railway (spec all.
Pi Iarsen. administrator,
airalnxt Children' sons .mwiuiaitu,.,,,
Company: J-nsen aga Inst Street Railway
.company; Harnett . eln"t lUnder
Itecemner iv r.v
Railway company; Tarklngion against EUs-
W?Jecenber m-Tumer against Van Brunt.
December Jl-Khlers agalnKt Larsen et
'!.; Burnham against West et al
The Jury In tne personal injiiry damage
suit of Mrs. Louise Reed against the re
puted owners of the Sapp block brought In
o, sealed verdict last evening which was
stated to be In favor of the plaintiff in
' the sum of $3,000. The case had been dis
robed a. to A. A. Gain,,.. E. K-JInrt and
A Wlekham. leaving Oreenshlelds. SA
erest and Micallster as the defendants.
Mr Reed asked $15,000 damages for In
juries In an elevator accident due, it was
asserted, to the negligence of mi employe
of the owners of the building.
Cour.tv Attorney Hees filed an applica
tion In district court yesterday for ar i order
renulrlng the officers of the Portland Gold
Ui.ln, comnanv to produce for Inspection
and to be used by Pottawattamie county
in Its suits to tax the stock of the com
pany all the stock ledgers, other books and
documents of the corporation, together with
all record, of the alleged transfer of the
asset, of the company W-the new Wyoming
incorporation. In hi application which Is
quite a voluminous document. County At
torney Hes. make, allegations of fraud
ulent transfer, of stock and manipulation
of the same In order to avoid assessment
for taxation 1 thl. county.
Finest L.tne of Pianos
From which to make a selection. In the
purchase of a piano a person should u.
unusual a-. The name on a piano count,
a great deal. Our stock Includes Ave of
the leading makes, Conover. Cttble. Schu
bert. Kingsbury and Wellington. Every one
strictly high grade Instruments. We oiler
no premiums or commissions, every ad
vantage Is given the buyer. Any one can
purchase a piano now on our easy payment
plan. Come In and let us .how you. Tianos
tuned, repaired and stored. Swan.on Mu
sic company, n West Broadway.
Extra-Ladles' $2.0tl checked Panama
waist on sale for $1.18. Second floor waist
section. The John Beno Co.
A. Metsvar Y Co.
New Location of Wholesale Bakery.
61 Mynster Street. Council Bluffs. Ia.
Home-made Bread a Specialty.
the principal address and Hon. C. G. Saun
ders of this city will deliver the eulogy
on departed member..
The much-wanted black coats for Women
arrived. Among them aro extraordinary
values at $in.. $12.30. $15.00 and $Jo.00. If
you could see thee coats as we see them,
the lining, the careful finishing Inside and
out; the fine quality of materials, you'd
nay with us. The John Reno Co. have the
best conts in t lie entire west and their
prices, are lowest. 1xcause the linings, trim
mings and materials in each garment are
so good. Second Moor coat section. The
John Bern) Co.
WK ABSOLITEI.Y OCA RANT HE T1IR
RADIANT HOME RAPE El'RNKH
NEVER TO CRACK. THE BEST IN
THE WORLD. CALL AND SEE Til EM.
SKATES AND SLEDS FOR THE BOYS.
PETERSON & 8CHOENINO CO., HDW. &
FL RNITCHE, CO. BLCFFS, I A.
St. Taul u Episcopal church, Rev. H. W.
Starr rector; Sunday before Advent; holy
communion at 8 a. m. : morning prayer and
s-rmon at 10:30; Sunday chool nt noon;
evening prnyer and sermon at 7:30; sub
ject of morning sermon, "Tho Choice of an
St. John's English Lutheran church. Rev.
G. W. Snyder, pastor; preaching services
at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m.: subject of morn
ing sermon. "The Thanksgiving Compari
son of Blessings;" evening subject, "Seek
ing the Lost, the Aim;'" Sunday school
at :45 a. m.; young people's meeting at 7
p. in.; special Thanksgiving music at both
First Christian church, Rev. W. R. Clem
mcr, pastor; preaching services at 11 a. m.
and 7:3it p. m. ; subject of morning sermon,
"The .Church a Fact for Faith." There
will be a special temperance service In the
evening, which the members of the
Woman's CTrristlun Temperance union will
attend. The pastor will deliver a temper
ance address, illustrated by stereoptlcon
views and Interspersed with illustrated
songs. Bible school will be at :45 a. m.
and meeting of the Christian Endeavor so
ciety at 6:80 p. m.
First Church of Christ Scientist will
hold services ut 11 a. m. in the Temple
Emmanuel, when the subject will be "An
cient anfl Modern Necromancy, or Mes
merism and Hypnotism." Sunday school
will be at 12:15 p. m. and the usual mid
week testimony meeting Wednesday even
ing at & o'clock.
Second Church of Christ Scientist will
hold service in Woodman hnli, in the
Merriani block, at 10:45 a. in., when the
subject will be "Ancient and Modern
Necromancy, or Mesmerism and Hyp
notism." Sunday school will be nt 11:45
a. in. and the regular midweek testimony
meeting Wednesday evening at 7:15 o'clock.
First Congregational church. Rev. Otter
bein O. Smith, uastor. Morning service,
10:30; evening vespers. 5 o'clock; Sunday
school at noon; prayer meeting Wednesday
evening; young people's study class at 6
o'clock. Morning subject, "At the Pool of
Bethesda:" vesper talk. "Sampson Grind
ing at the Mill." Rev. EMmmltt, a friend of
the pastor's, will speak at vespers.
Second Presbyterian Services Sunday
morning. 10:30. sermon by Rev. G. B. Wilder
of Omaha; Sunday school at noon; evening
service at 7:30, sermon by Rev. Stephen
Phelps of Bellevue. Neb.
At the Broadway Methodist church this
evening the choir will give its regular
monthly sacred musical under the direc
tion of Dr. Calude Lewis, for which the
following program has been arranged:
Prelude Nocturne Mendelssohn
Processional From Greenland's Icy
Vesper Hvnin-Antlphnnal Response
"NotxUnto t's. O. Lord" Martin
Choir and Mixed Quartet.
"Tarry With Me, O. My Savior" r. .Shelley
Baritone and Choir.
"Virgin's Lullaby" Church
Soprano and Female Quartet.
"Daughter of Zlon" Stalner
Men's Chorus and Choir.
"The Lost Chord" Sullivan
Laurel Male Quartet.
Offertory Melodie Orleg
"Crossing the Bar" Willeby
Mil's Brace Barr.
"Iord, All Thy Pathways" Pinsutl
Recessional Hark. Hark, My Soul
Postlude Ave Maria Clark
Miss Neta Baith at the organ.
for ten days, making a total compensa
tion of $2B. provided he would testify to
being engaged n the work of registration
for so many days. At first the board de
cided to place the limit of pay at six
clays, making the compensation but $16,
and to this the registrars filed a strenuous
Final action was taken establishing the
public road asked for east of Mannwa,
which follows the river bink to the Mills
Combination gas and electric chandeliers
and the celebrated Welsbach Incandescent
gas burners. Why not see ua before you
buy. We can certainly please you on prlc.
and quality of goods. Shephan Bros., 62$
Women who know the sturdy wearing
qualities of good flannelettes will einbrac"
this opportunity for securing $1.00 night
gowns for fi!c, 2d floor. The John Iteno Co.
Bj) Wmb VaMW fcilllsllil Tirnilllllsl
n n r rn v7
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for fho jfcncrous palronano accortlotl this store by the people of Council Illuff and vicinity. The realization that they fully appreciate the money sav
Ins; value we are offering them and the assurance that we have made them our friends Is Mifflrlent cause to he thankful. We will place on sale Mon
day, Nov. 20, and continue through Thanksgiving week, the choicest line of goods ever before shown In this city at prices that are bound to sell them.
5 TliinUnnrmn I 1 A very sj-wcial lino of Bleached nnd Unblcaclietl Linen the kind jj
3 1 IlanKSglVing LIACU CSpCClal you have so lonjr boon looking for. Now is your rlianoe to buy g
a lor less money. I lie opportunity may not come again for getting the very newest, brightest and best of the choicest linen pro
ducts so cheap.
See Stephan Bros, for the latest and best
Inverted burners. S9 West Broadway.
Heal Katate Transfers.
These transfers were reported to The
Bee November 21 by the Pottawattamie
County Abstract company of Council
Peter Kelgor and wife to August Old
erog, lot 8, in block 11, McClelland,
w. d $ 810
Same to same, lot 18, block 11, In Mc
Clelland, w. d
Sums to same, lots 8 and 9, in block
2, In McClelland, w. d,
Same to same, lot 7, In block 11, in
McClelland, w. d
Jessica J. Sledentopf and, husband to
August H. Kchutx and Charles Hill,
lot 14. In block , Jackson's add. to
Council Bluffs, w. d
Kllxabcth B. Stroi'k nnd husband to
Ixiura B. Orr. lot W, In block "O,"
In Curtis & Ramsey's add. to Coun
cil Bluffs, w. d
T. J. Kvans to W. and Sylvester Dye,
lot 5, in hlock 8. In Macedonia, w. d.
W. J. Johnson and wife to J. T. An
derson, lot 10. In block 10, Kvans' 2d
Bridge add. to Council Bluffs, w. d..
Louis Roenfeldt and wife to Max Neu
mann, ni lot 25, In Avoca Land and
Loan company's wib. in Avoca. w. d.
John M. Burns to Augusta Kelgor,
'lot 5. in block 2, in McClelland, w. d.
Claudia R. Bronson and husband to
Llllle M. Slgman. northwesterly 4-
feet of lot 4, In Miller's sub. In Coun
cil Bluffs, w. d
F.mma Neumann and husband to Louis
Roenfeldt. middle 50 feet of south
120 feet of lot 2, in sub. of lot 2, In
n(4 nwH lfi-77-39, w. d
August Rudiger and wife to Emma
Neumann, same, q. c. d
Cornelia Van Tuyl to Louis Roen
feldt, same, q. c. d
Chris Hagedorn and wife to Murgre
tha Schultx, same, q. c. d
Choice early Ohio potatoes at BOe, de
livered in five-bushel lots or more. Both
phones 182. Bridenstine & Smith, 1401 S.
Sample line of fine fancy knit circular
shawls, that ordinarily would be consid
ered good $1.50 values, on sale for 98c. 2d
floor. The John Beno Co.
N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. 260. Night, S03.
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday
to the following:
Name and Ridenee. Age.
Jacob Btelnert, Russell, Kan 21
Kate Stelnert, Russell, Kan 18
Francis M. Tavlor, Council Bluffs 21
Delia Currle, Council Bluffs 18
I repair clocks. I put them In good run
ning order, clean them up and fix them so
you can depend on the time, at a reason
able price. O. Mauthe, 228 W. Broadway.
Unbleached, 60 Inches wide, choice 75r values to go at GOtf.
Unbleached, fiO Inches wide, regular 45c value, special at 30.
Fine Blf ached, $1.00 vafuf, to run special at 75k.
Extra fin.e Bleached, 72 lncihes wide, regular prlce'f 1.50, at S1.10.
Kxtra fine, 72 Inches wide, $1.25 value, on sale at 08.
Fine Bleached, $1.25 value, special at g8. '
These are only a few of the elegant line of choice Linens we are
showing this week.
PATTERN LINEN TABLE CLOTHS
Fine Linen, regular $3.75 values, at $2.98.
Fine $3.00 Pattern Cloths, at $2.4S.
Fine $8.00 Pattern Cloths, at 5.f)8.
Fine $11.75 Pattern Cloths, at 8.1)8.
Extra fine $15.00 Pattern Cloths, at SI 0.08.
Elegant $18.00 Pattern Cloths, at $14.98.
Napkins to match the above cloths at proportionate prices to conform
to the low rate you pay for high grade goods.
LADIES' TAILOK-lflADE SUITS
iuThMiMni Ex4ra Specials Broadcloth Suits BlackMohair Suits
vi . o i Some of the very choicest There is nothing more ser- These beautiful $33.00 Black
A remarkable offering in 8ults. .. , . ' . ; r. . , '
we have takeu quiu. . Suit we have-just a little viceable, neat, rich and dur- Mohair SuUa . (hft fc.
number of the choicest $io.oo better than vou ever paw able than a good broadcloth , . . ,
JV?taSct7 S so,d bpf0 t $35.01)-we suit. They always look well .Thanksgiving sale at $19.48.
place them on sale for Thanks- put them in this big sale at and wear well, and it is Elegant Novelty Shiits, in
sffilioeeeis worthtorfthlVw'e6 a MvinK to of 10-50 m? to b"' ln ven y-a splendid value at
ask for the entire suit. They are These are bargains at the at full prices. AVe are mak- fl . nf nn
unexcelled $15 00 values they regular price of $35.00- ing a special offer this week K"'ar price 01 -.j.wu
;.6.98 ii;:iat 24.50 Er:t$?24.50 p"! 19.48
BLANKETS- $ Zi1 trlt?" ZWX: COMFORTS- A magnificent assortment of Bed Com-
?,x!rnVood valuM at r"8U"ir ,r,ce-doub,y " ln thp bl ThnkKiv.nK pRie. forts, each and every Comfort in the house is selling at a
$1.40 Cotton Blankets at 91.19 J1.B0 Cotton Blankets at tl.89 . rrn 1 j-
60c cotton manket. at 48o 75c cotton Blankets at bo money saving in price to you. They range m value troni
1.85 Cotton Blankets at 1J9 2.C0 Cotton Blankets at S1.6S $1.29 t0$7.00 each.
BIG LINE OF FINE WORSTED TROUS
ERINGS AND SCOTCH SUITINGS JUST
ARRIVED AT E. S. HICKS, 13 PEARL ST.
Economy washed egg coal was never
named better, for It Is certainly economi
cal. It leaves a small amount of ashes
when burned, makes a good hot fire, and It
Is a lasting coal and does not make as
much smoke as most soft coals. Council
Blufta Coal and Ice company. 'Phone 72.
KLOWKRS AND PLANTS FOR
We have a nne assortment of iiliints and
choice cut flowers to we.ect from. The new
Begonia, Glorle de Lorraine with its mass
ot pink flowers; Cyclamens of the moFt
beautiful shades, decorated In the latest
fashion; a flne lot of Palms aud FernH.
Bend your friends a nice plant or one of
our special boxes, consisting of choice
flowers tastefully arranged.
J. F. WILCOX.
MALONET CIGAR CO., 30 PEARL ST.,
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA.. DISTRIBUTERS
FOR THE ROBERT BURNS 10c CIGAR
AND LITTLE BOBBIE. OLD T1ME9
AND ERR1S 5c CIGARS.
When a woman thinks of a silk petticoat
she usually Imagines' the price much laiger
than 3.M, yet that amount will buy a good
$6.00 all silk petticoat, with deep dust rullle.
The colcrs. too. are unusually good, not
dingy or unseasonable, but desirable shades,
underwear section, 2d floor. The John Beno
AVe will have a nice stock of fancy tur
knys, ducks, geeae. chickens, oysters, game
ai.d nah of all kinds for Thanksgiving.
Central Grocery and Meat Market.
Sewing machine suppllea, sewing ma
chines repaired, sewing machines for rent,
or we can tell you one on satisfactory
terms. 8. M. Williamwn. 17 8. Main.
Klka Memorial services.
The annual memorial exercises of Coun
cil Bluffs lodge No. 631 will be. held at
the New theater Sunday. December i, at
1 p. m. Extraordinary preparations have
been made to make this the most In
teresting and impressive meeting of the
kind that has ever been held in The his
tory of No. 631. Hon. W. H. Atwell of
Dallas. Tex., regarded as one of the most
eloquent speakers in Elkdom, will deliver
8ee our beautiful new Xmas photographs
and portraits. We ate making some hand
some water colors, sepia and crayon work
which must be ordered before December
17 and we won't disappoint you. Schmidt,
.1 I.noky Thonaht.
To have your clothes cleaned Instead of
buying new ones Give us a trial Is all
we ask and we are sure you will tell your
neighbors how nice It was done. We dye
luce, plumes, etc., to match samples. Coun
cil Bluffs Cleaning Co. and Rug Factory,
34 N. Main. Both 'phones 51H.
PAST WEEK IX Bl.l'KFS SOCIETY
TVomher of Weddlnars Mark Approach
Mr. R. J. Morgan and daughter have gone
on a visit to Slasher. N. D.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hough have gone to
New Orleans for a short visit.
Mr. John Beno is home from an extended
trip along the Pacific coast.
Mr. Thomas E Casady of Mollne, 111., un
til recently of this city, is visiting friends
t 1,1IS. v . r. rijipp ui janmuu v rimr in
j home from a visit with friends in Chl-
I Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Cnspcr hnve cono to
Ixs Angeles, where thev will spend the
Miss Mav Warren of St. Joseph, Mo., Is
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. K. E. Sayles.
1IKI5 Third avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Caldwell and daughter
have returned from an extended trip
through Indiana and Ohio.
Mrs. Frank Coyle and daughter, Alleen.
of Gregory. S. l.. are In the city visiting
with friends and relatives.
Mrs. Louis Eldrich of Quincy. Mich., Is
visiting In the cltv nt the home of her
brother, 309 South Eighth street.
The Danish Sisterhood No. 10 gave a
dance at. the Danish hall Saturday evening
A large crowd was In attendance.
Mrs. Charles Harl. 624 Oakland avenue,
will give a "vanity luncheon" Friday after
noon in honor of Miss Ruth Harl.
The Ladies' auxiliary No. 314. of Letter
Carriers, will give a dancing party
Wednesday evening at the Masonic hali.
Mrs. Addio Haddon of Dowaglac, Mich.,
is t'le gut st of her aunt. Mrs. Mary Mike
sell, and Miss L. Card, 5. Mynster street.
Mrs. Thomas Sweeney left Wednesday for
Wheeling W. Va., Mrs. Sweeney's former
home, where she will remain during tho
Miss Gertrude Reed left Thursday for
Iowa City to visit over Sunday with her
brother. Olen. who Is a student at tho Stale
Mr. Lewis Cutler and son. William, left
Thursday evening for Chicago, from where
they will extend thi lr trip to their old home
in 1-a Porte, HI.
Mr. R. V. Hall, who is at present
with the Roger Hros.' company in Omaha,
Is In the city for a visit with his (wren is
for two or tnree days.
The three great HarKaln lioU of Cloak in causlnK all kinds of gUrring times In Hunter' Cloak Department. And well they may, for they are
splendid service garments being sold at ridiculously low prices.
. Lat ?-48 F,neu Kerseys. Cheviots and Zibelene Cloths, 30-Inch garments, fancy band and braid trimmings, mostly blacks and castors, worth
up to $8.00 each your choice at $2.48.
' Lot 2 at $3.98 Fine Kerseys and Cheviots the most practical cloakings known. Many of these garments are satin lined throughout, trimmings
or panne velvet, fancy braid and band effects. 30-inch garments, colors, black, brown, blue and castors. Worth up to $12.00 each your choice $tf.98.
Lot 3 at $4.08 The cap sheaf of this great bargain sale of Cloaks, worth up to $18.00 each your choice at $4.98.
It Is hard for m to give you an adequate Idea of these truly remarkable bargain offerings. The garments are so much better than you are ac
customed to see advertised as bargains, even at double the money.
Tho finest of Kerseys, lined throughout with fine satins, mostly in blacks
30-inch garments your choice at $4.98.
browns and castors. Elegant In design and perfect In fit. 27 and
No ,'?w1 5 niove go8 18 80 latent as the power of prices smashed so low that instead of a scramble to sell them it becomes a scramble to get
them. We have smashed the prices all right it is up to you to take advantage of the opportunity.
fo W M
Farmers, when you need a good farm
--"". " " B" ii.caory ana Mr9 c,vde rav,s who ,,as bpen v,8lUllg
Van Brunt at prices that are right; also ; fr some time In this city with her niece.
scoop boards and wagon boxes. Any one. ! Mrs I. V. Howard', Iihs returned to her
will tell you where Van Brunt's place la.
TbaakssTi vtns Sale
On all our high grade dining room furniture.
to 80 per cent discount on our entire Una
of buffets, sideboards, china cabinets, din
ing tables and chairs from now till Thanks
giving. Keller-KamBworth Furniture Co. -
home in Arbela, Mo.
Mrs. F. H. Ogden, a former resident of
Council Bluffs, is visiting friends in th.s
city, and also her daughter, Mrs. Charles
Van Court of Omaha.
St. Agnes' guild was entertained Wednes
day evening at the home of Mrs. H. A.
Quinn. 3-D Oakland avenue. After the
meeting cef reshineuts were fcerved.
Miss Agnes Wlekham was In Chicago for
the lust week visiting with her is!e.-,
For imported wines and liquors and Bud- ) Genevieve, who is taking a uurse'a train
weUer beer, go to L. Rosenfeld. wholesale ,'ur,,e at Joseph's hospital,
lienor dealer. 51SI South Main street. I Mrs- K A' Shepard or Woodbine, ac-
j companied by her son. Edward, is in the
a. . , . T TT. , ., i city for a visit at the home of her parents,
Special Pyrogruphy sale this week. Alex- Mr. and Mrs. K. B OasdiucT. Sir, Franklin
ander's, 3X1 Broadway. ' avenue.
- , - l Mr. and Mrs C. F Ciinon left Thiir.
for Itealatrara. 'day f ' r their home In Stltes, Idaho. They
Supervisor, yesterday, i DT.-'M'.' lZJ'.l':"w ''" 'I'.
acting on the opinion rendered by County Cripen.
Attorney Hess that the remuneration of Mrs. E. J. Gilbert. 2 Willow avenue,
the registrars at the recent election could ! entertained the Euchre club Friday after-
not exceed the $2.50 per calendar day act-
ually employed as provided by the ttta,t
ute, decided to allow each registrar pay
A. A. CM & Co,, chattel loans
Our business was established nearly 24 years ago (1888). ltoLh t'hones 217.
We loan on horses, cattle, household furniture aud other chattels.
Our reputation and the business we enjoy is the result of fair and liberal
treatment of our patrons during these 20 years. Our rates are uniformly
lower than other offices. Our Joans are made in our own name and never
sold or negotiated Remember our new offices are opposide side of the hall
from our old office, are conveniently arranged with private consulting
room. We wish to warn the public that we have no connection with the
firm doing buslne.s under the name of the Clark Mortgage Co., now
occupying our old office. It is a compliment we appreciate giving our
name to their business, but it Is confusing to the public.
tables were used. Mrs. W
wou the first prize. After
(Oil. MAIX AM) HKOAmVAY.
OVKR AMKKtCAX KXI'HKSS OFFICE.
the game refreshments were served.
Friday afternoon the kensington of Ti-gi-edla
temple No. K7, Pythian S'slers. was
entertained by Mrs. John W. Martin, lo
Kneppcr street. large attendance wa
present. After the meeting luncheon was
The regular monthly meeting of the
Daughters of the American Revolution was
held Thursday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. J. V. ci.iulre, 'i.1 Story street. After
the business meeting lisht refreshments
Mme. Birdk-e Blye entertained the pupils
and members of the faculty of St Francis'
academy Friday evening at a piano recital
In the auditorium. lier pieces were all
played from memory aud It was a distinct
Mrs. Gfi-ret Harteuhow of 21.S South
Twelfth street entertained at dinner
Wednesday. Covers wire lnld for Mis.
A. C. Inttralls. Mrs. J. L. Van Woriner, Mrs.
t J. le rrlea, Mrs. Erne Ferritor and
Miss Cheathum. ,
Friends of Leo Marcus tendered him a
surprise party at his home. 713 Mill stree,
Sunday evening. It was arranged by Mibs
Ella Wier and Miss Iora Marcus Pnxes
at cards were awarded to Joe Holland and
! Miss Agnes Flieden.
; Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Wind. 738 West Wash
Jlngtou aveuue, au.uucm tne cngagtmHiu of
their daughter, Nellie May, to Mr. Edmund
Joseph Williams of Denver, Colo. The wed
ding will take place at their home Tuesday
evening, November 37.
Mr. and Mrs. Albln Fox. 1707 Sixth ave
nue, announce the engagement of their
daughter, Frances, to August Changstrom
of tills city. The wedding will take place
Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the
residence of the bride's parents.
The Little Bridge club was entertained
Tuesdav afternoon at the home of Mrs.
E. J. Gilbert. (K9 Willow avenue. Mrs. Van
lnwegen won the highest score. The dub
will be entertained next Friday by Mrs.
E. H. Merrlem, H24 Third avenue.
St. Paul's guild was entertained Monday
afternoon by Mrs. E. A. Doollttle, 107 Soutij
Seventh street. After the meeting a
dainty luncheon was served. Mrs. Peter
son of South First street will entertain
the guild at her home next Tuesday after
The Wednesday Kensingtnn club was en
tertained Thursday Hfternoon by Miss
Kutherlne Warner, 117 Glen avenue. A
guessing game was the chief feature of the
ufternoon, at which Miss Maud Davis won
the prise. After the game light reiresh
r.er.ta were served.
Albert W. Patterson of this city nnd Miss
Hannah Welgl of Osknliosa. Ia.. were
united in marriage Wednesday afternoon
bv Rev. Henry De Long. They will rnnke
a' bridal trip to Oklahoma, whero the
groom's parents reside, and upon their re
turn exnect to locate in Omaha, where All.
Patterson is employed.
A muslcale will be given by Wheel No.
8 of the Broadway church Ladies' Aid so
ciety Wedneatlav evening nt the residence
of Mrs. G. G. Baird, 15"3 High street. All
Interesting program, In which the Broad
way choir. Prof. Carl Frederick Stouglt
and many others will take part, has been
arranged for the affair.
Charles O. Murphy and Miss Lula Gn
ton, both of this city, were united In mar
rlage Wednesday afternoon at St. John s
English Lutheran church Kev. G. . Sny
der officiating. Harvev Parks was grooms
man and Miss Hasel Gauton, sister of the
bride, acted as bridesmaid. For the pres
ent the couple will make their home at olh
South Fifteenth street.
Mr. Ivan R. Chapman of this city sur.
prised his friends by slipping away to Chi
cago and returning with a bride. Mrs.
Chapman was formerly Miss Christine Nel
son of Chicago, and the ceremony took
place last Monday afternoon at the lm
manuel Baptist church, Chicago. Mr. and
Mm. Chapman are at home for the pres
ent at 1118 South Sixth street.
Mr. Charles E. Berry of Omaha and
Miss Helen Kuhl of this city were united
In marriage at high noon Wednesday at
the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Brovles. 312 Little Curtis
street. Rev. G. W. Snyder officiating. A
number of the relatives and friends of the
contracting parties were present o wit
ness the ceremony. The newly married
couple wll make their home at 2205 Web
ster street, Omaha.
The attendance Thursday night at the
third annual ball of the Street Railway Em
ployes' Relief association of Council Bluff
whs so large that it made dancing vry
difficult, all hough all en.toyed a good time.
Il was estimated that there were atiout 100
couples present. Music was furnished bv
Covalt's oKhistra. Ed D. Carr offldpted
as master of ceremonies and J. H. Wilson
performed the duties of floor manager.
Miss pearl Swanson, accompanied by her
father. W. S Swanson of Set Benton street,
left Tutsdav evening for Cheyenne. yn..
where she was married Wednesday evenln-?
to James S. Shoemaker, formerly of Coun
cil Hluffs. Miss Bwpnson is well-known
in this city bv her associates s a talented
musician. She was born and raised in this
ciiv and completed her education In the
high sc hool. The young couple wllll make
their Inane In Cheyenne, where the home
1b already prepared.
A uuiet hnino wedding took place Tues
dav afternoon at the home of Mr. and
iir, il w Ha mes. on Fairmont avenue,
when their' daughter Carrie, liecame the
wife of Frenk D. Noble of Creston. la.
Rev. O. O. Smith officiated. The ceremony
t whi unusually rpiiet and formal, on ac-
.k.u ... ... ...t illncNK of Ml Nobl't S
mother, and onlv immediate relatives were
present. Mr. Noble is connected with a
Chicago book publishing house. Mr. and
Mrs. Noble expect to spend the winter In
the south, after which they will make their
home at Crea'on.
At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. 8. W.
Meneray. ! Sixth avenue, an enjoyable
surprise party was given Friday evening In
honor of thetr son, Alberta, nineteenth
birthday anniversary. The evening was
spent at cards. Mr. Ervan 8etman won the
rirst priie and Miss Haxel Brown received
the "booby" prUe. An Immense bunch of
yellow and pink chrysanthemums formed
the center piece of the dining room table,
which wus presented to the host. After
the games a dainty luncheon wmm served.
The parly was arranged for by Mrs.
Meneray. assisted by Mi"S J.ula Wise aud
Miss Nettle Fieinming. The host was pre
sented with many beautiful presents In
honor of the occasion. Those present were
M as Taselleen Covert, Miss Lula Wise,
Miss Anna Wise, Misa Mabel Hoagland.
Misa Hazel Brown, Mlu Mibel Utfy. Miss
Nettie Flemmintf. Mis Edith Tlmckriter,
Mlsa Edna Meuciaj. Mi'. Kosuoc Menem,
Miss Emma Evers, Miss Emma Meneray,
Miss Dorothy Gordon, Miss Agnes F)em
ming, Miss Cora Dutrow of Crescent City,
Mr. S. W. Meneray, Mr. Milky, Mr. Paul
Wadsworth. Mr. Earl Baird, Mr. Wallaoe
Meneray, Mr. Roscoe Meneray,- Mr. Ervan
Spteman, Mr. Albert Meneray, Mr. Comnlc,
Mr. Ernest Meneray, Mr. Clyde Meneray
and Mr. John Clark.
Mr, Hugh Silcott and Miss Grace Wood
ford, both of this city, were united in
marriage Wednesday evening at the home
of Mrs. Katherine E. Cook, 244 V.ne
street, where Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wood
ford have been making their home while
their house Is undergoing repairs. Mr.
Silcott and his bride are graduates of the
Council Bluns High school. The wedding
was very quiet, only immediate relatives
and friends being present. Rev. M. P.
McClure of the First Presbyterian church,
of which church Miss Woodford was an
Bctlve members, officiated. Within a hall
hour after the ceremony the couple left
Omaha over the 1'nlori Pacific railroad for
Hastings, Nib., from where they will go
west on a two weeks' wedding trip. They
will make their home at Hastings, where
Mr. Silcott was recently promoted to the
agency of the Implement house In Omaha,
by which lie is employed.
Special bargains In pianos all this week
at RourlcuH' Piano House. Good Miani.'
at from til) up. 335 Broadway. Council
Bluffs, Ia. Where the organ stands upon
We make a specialty of children's shoes
and also fitting children's feet. Sargent's
Family Shoe Stare.
Stockert Bells carpels.
Fine engravings at Leffert's.
Ed Rogers' Tony Faust beer.
See Borwlck for Xmas goods.
Plumbing and heating. Bixby & Son.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director, 'phone &97.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. 339.
Place cards for Thanksgiving dinners.
Alexander's art store.
It only oostii a 2-ccnt stamp to get Ha
fer's prices. Council Bluffs, Ia.
DIAMONDS AS AN INVESTMENT.
TALK TO LEFFERT ABOUT IT.
Tcslay Pretty $1.50 gray mercerised fab
ric waist for c. The John Beno Co.
I Rev. Henry Del.ong will conduct religious
services today at the county poor farm at
Half yearly clearance of tine trimmed mil
linery. What does this mean? That a $10
hat can be had for $5; that a pretty little
trimmed fiat originally to may d pougnt
for $2.50, or any hat In our stock for Just
half the marked price. Coming Just before
Thunksgiving and the start of real winter
the news Is wonderfully opportune. Re
member this Includes what we have left of
the early model hats that set the style.
Second floor, millinery section. The John
The body of Arthur Jensen, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jens Jensen, who died last Thurs
day in Chicago, aged 22 years, will arrive
here this morning in charge of the father.
Tho funeral will be held at 10 o'clock from
Woodring's undertaking rooms and burial
will be In talrvlew cemetery. Arthur
Jensen and his father had been working
In Chicago for some time past. The mother
and other niembera of the family reside on
A family scrap in which Mrs. Thomas
McNeal, her daughter, Mra. 'James F. Rey
nolds, the latter s husband and a revolver
figured, was aired in police court yes
terday morning before Judge gcott. Rey
nolds, In defense of his share in the trou
ble, contended It was a case of too much
tnother-ln-law. Judge Scott succeeded lu
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The Cleanest Soft Coal Htove Made
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The Vortex Hot Blast is a decided
improvement over the old style Hot
The Vortex has two top drafts that
discharge highly heated air directly
into the combustion chamber, with a
rotary motion, giving better combus
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The large ash pau enables the user
to remove ashes In a cleanly manner
without the dust and dirt so com
mon with stoves where it is necessary
to use a shovel and coal hod. Inves
We are the Hot Blast Experts.
Prlces-SlO.OO to $25.00
WE THUST THE PEOPLE.
.Make a Small Payment Down, Then a Dollar or Two a Week Will Do.
P. C DcVol Hardware Co.
THE LEADING STOVE DEALERS.
10 NORTH MAI.N ST.
pings the great family gathering of the year. If love prompts
the carrying of some little souvenir to those NEAREST
and DEAREST let us suggest some of the following:
A Sterling Silver Teaspoon or Fork,
a small piece of Cut Glass or a Hand
Painted China, a single piwe of Toilet
Silver, a dainty bit of Jewelry all
inexpensive, but received with appre
ciation. Such articles may be bought
at our store from. . . .75 to $3.00
$2.00 to $5.00
AVe can offer you a variety of
articles esicially useful at this time.
Sets of Teaspoons, Knives and Forks,
Carving Sets, etc.
A Little Forethought and a Little Money will make it a
Thanksgiving Day indeed for those at home.
LEFFERT'S Roliabl Jewelers
- 409 Broadway.
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