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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: DECEMBER 0, 1906.
Office, 10 Pearl BU Tel. 48.
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Stockert aril carpet.
Fine engraving at LerTert'e.
Ed Rogers' Tony Faust beer.
e Borwirk for Xmaa goods.
Plumbing and heating, Blxby Bon.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director, 'phone $7.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. TeL. U.
CIGAR BANDS AND DISHE8 AT
AlI.X A.VDKR 8, K B WAY.
1HAMONH8 AS AN INVFSTMENT.
TALK TO LFTERT ABOUT If.
Ht. Paul's church bniar, 17 Pearl ul U
Main 8ts.. December 12, U and 14.
Horn To Mr. and Mm. II. K. Lftnen of
the Christian Home, yesterday, a eon.
MANTLES, W CENTS. PEST MANTLE
in town for tub Hucjs. w. a.
MRU. DAWSON'S PALE OP HAND.
FAINTED CHINA PLC 11 AND li sua
All sixes of torm doora, storm sah,
atorm wmdowa suid weather stripe at Geo.
Mens felt lined overshoes, $1.60. Men'l
Poston pure gum overshoes, $L60. Duncan
&. Dean, a B, Main.
If your shoes need repairing bring thcrn
to us. We II them while you wall. Bar
unt a Family Shoe Store.
A beautiful and ornamental gas burner,
ine V CIBUfLCIl CII1UK IMIUp, tUllllClC,
gleph&n Bros., 6A West Broadway.
OLD CROW, TAYLOR, GORDON, Mc
PRAYER AMI MANY OTHER BEST
UKANUH AT THE JARV13 STORE.
Hafer la loading lumber In cam for the
farmer and stockman constantly. That is
the beat evidence that he makes the low
How would a piano do for a surprise?
Bourlclus has a line selection on hand. 3.1a
Uroadway, where the organ suuids upon
An old indictment against J. L. Price ot
this city on a charge of uttering a forged
check was dismissed yesterday by County
Betore buying a suit or overcoat it will
pay you' to see E. B Hicks. Good suit
Irum IJb.ftl to iJj.uu. Pants. K.uu to tlo.uu.
fcvorytulng nrst-ulass. is., ti. Hlcka, 13 Pearl
High grade granite work, from the best
Barre imported granites, lettering, carving
and tracings Fine munumental work a
specialty, bheeley & Lane, 21J East Broad
A money-saving coal, the Cross Creek
Lehigh. Why? Because It Is clean, it
burns to m. clean ojth ajid makes a nice
glowing fire that lasts. Co. Bluffs Coal Ik
lee Co. 'Phone "2.
BUY YOUR XMAS GIFTS AT THE
PALM GROVE- BAZAR, THURSDAY
a i.' o V7. u .K.T A Mr, k'VLUIMIl IN DAN.
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ItiH HALL REFRESHMENTS SERVED.
Judge Green yesterday granted Dr. J. F.
Waller a divorce from Anna M. Walter.
Dr. Walter alleged desertion on the part
. Li. ....... nt.,1 , ha pat wm heard Friday
L before Judge Green.
Globe Wernicke elastic oounuama
an Ideal present; a gilt of a few sections;
Is inexpensive and is the beginning for a
Ht.,H.v whose growth la unlimited. Kel-
ler-Karnsworth Fur Co.
ONLY O.NE KAMI I. Y LIQUOR STORE
IN COUNCIL BLL r r B.
IV I'llAKllE. LI J OR. ALL KINDS,
ALT. PRICES. JARV1S. 225 MAIN ST.
Ed Hlgglns, found guilty In the district
court of assaulting O. C. Brown on a.
Hock Island train, returning from a ball
game at Neola, was fined $50 and costs oy
Judge ureen ycnieiuoy.
' i , in tha market to buy 600 tons of ma
chlnery Iron, 3U0 tons stove Iron, 20 tons
of rubber and 20 tons copper and -brass.
Write for prices before you sell. J. Katel
man, 803 8. Main 8t. Both phones 660.
High art pr nals, the finest water color
pictures In the city. One of these pictures
will make an Ideal as well as lasting Xmas
present. Come and see our new Xmas
stock of pictures. H. Borwlck, 211 Bo. MaU
ROUBLE OVER USE OF LABEL
Member of Tailors' Union Hai Warrant
lamed for Arrest of Anton Ltndrard.
DEFENDANT CONDUCTS AN OPEN SHOP
ays Label Wu PI seed on Garment
TVIthoat Ills Knowledge by m
t'aloa Tailor Who Made
the Garment for Him.
Anton Iiundgard, a tailor on North Main
street, was made defendant yesterday In
the first case ever brought In Council
Fluffs for the alleged unlawful use of
the union label. The Information was
filed In the court of Justice Gardiner, j
Louis Kosa, a tailor employed at the John
Oliver shop, being the complaining wit-
nesa. The charge, It Is said, was brought
by Koss at the Instltgatlon of the Journey
men Tailors' union. .
In the Information It Is alleged Lundgard
attached a union label to a suit of clothes
sold to Charles H. Panther, manager of
the Now theater. The complaint Is based '
on an act of the Twenty-fourth general as
sembly applying to labels and trade marks
which have been properly registered with
the secretary of state and which reads as
It shall be unlawful for any person or,
corporation to Imitate any label, trade
mark or form of advertisement, as pro
vided In this act, or to knowingly use any
counterfeit or Imitation thereof, or to uee
or dlwplay Mich genuine label, trade
mark or form of advertisement, or the
name or seal of such iersons, union or as
sociation, or oflicer thereof, unless au
thorized so to do, or In any manner not
authorised by him or it. Any person vio
lating any provision of this section shall
bo Imprisoned in the county Jail not more
than thirty days, or b fined not less than
$-J nor more than $1U0.
Lundgard conducts what Is known as an
open shop, but has union men working for
him. Lundgard, who was placed under ar
rest and gave bond for his appearance
next Tuesday morning, declared that he
was wholly unaware that the label com
plained of had been attached to the suit
made for and sold to Mr. Banther. It
developed, however, that James Goddard,
a tailor working for Lundgnrd, who Is a
member of the union and who made the
suit, tacked on the label. Goddard claimed
that,' being a member of the union, he
had a perfect right to attach the union la
bel to all garments made by him. "Falsely
using the union label" is the technical
charge made aguinot Lundgard.
We are now ready to show our holiday
stock of pianos and musical Instruments
of all kind!). The largest stock In the city
to select from. The best assortment of
GOOD PIANOS. The smallest assortment
of cheap pianos; in fact, we are out of
them. On our second floor we have a large
number of second-hand organs of good
makes at prices from $5 to 40. Some of
them good as new. Terms and prices to
suit customers or no sale. Please call; It
won't take long. Swanson Music Co., 407
- Good goods and courteous treatment Is
what I give to all my customers alike. I
have a nice line of Xmas Jewelry. It will
Joy you to look It over before you buy
for Xmas. O. Mauthe, 228 W. Broadway.
NOT THB CHEAPEST, BUT THE BEST
WINES, BRANDIES, WHISKIES, AT
J I .hzaZ-
cans a Savins to You on Everything You Buy for Fall and Winter Needs
THE NEWEST AND BEST ASSORTMENTS, ALSO ONE OF THE LARGEST STOCKS OF
Dry oods, loads, Rugs and Furnishings
In Western Icrw Is being closed out at Sacrifice Prices on everything not Just a few articles here and there through the stock, but KVKRVW1EKK AMj OVKlt EVKHYTTIINO Is
being closed out at a SACRIFICE PIUCK. This means dollars to you, for these choice assortments of merchandise are the
newest and most popular to be found the very things you wish at this season of the year.
TAILOIt MADE SUITS.
Nothing more appropriate for a
fine Holiday gift for mother' or
Bister than a choice, up-to-date
Tailor Made Suit. f
Perfect copies of the latest Paris
ian Importations Dark Blue
Broadcloth, elegantly trimmed
with black piped bands and
fancy braid skirt trimmed with
black piping on band, pleated ef
fect an unparalled value at
$35 In the great closing out
sale at $24.50
Saves you $10.60,
Another Parisian Model black
and gray check, fancy braid, red
buttons a fine $35 suit In
the great closing out sale
Still Another Parisian Model
blouse effect dark red broad
cloth, elaborately trimmed with
black Bilk braids, the braid ou
the front of the vest effect hav
ing bright red and green silk
soutache braid drawn through
giving the whole garment a
strikingly handsome effect. A
magnificent $45 suit. In the
great closing out sale at. . .$32
Do not think all the suits are to
cost this much. We have all
styles and qualities. Have white
suits, rose colored suits, gray
suits, black suits, blue suits, green
suits, etc., and every suit in the
house at a special sacrifice price.
Our $6.89 suit offer is a wonder.
An extraordinary offer In the
choicest of $15 suits. About 25
suits In the lot, up-to-date, sty
lish, good material and perfectly
made. Your choice at. .$6.&9
Fresh arrivals Just received In
the house as this ad goes to press.
Up-to-the-minute in style, every
garment goes at a special price
in this great closing out sale.
The popular long coats In gray
check splendid $10 values
closing out at $8.50
Fine $20 Plaid Long Coats clos
ing out at $16.50
Fine $18 Cloaks closing out
And a world of others new
garments special closing price
on every one.
THE EXTRA SPECIAL COATS.
The coats of last season Just
as warm and serviceable as ever,
are neat dressy garments, but not
being the "very latest," we have
unmercifully slashed the prices.
They make splendid garments for
every day and school wear.
Three Great (losing Out Lots:
LOT No. 1 at $2.48.
Kerseys and Cheviots, 30-inch
garments, fancy band and braid
trimmed. t Worth up to $8.
Closing ont at $2.48 each.
LOT No. 2 at $3.48.
Fine Kerseys and Cheviots,
many lined throughout with satin.
Black, browns, blues, castors; 30
lnch garments; worth up to $12.
Closing out at $3.48 each.
IXJT No. 3 at $4.98.
Finest of Kerseys 2 7 and 30
inch garments; elegant designs;
lined throughout with fine satin;
worth up to $18 each.
Closing out at $4.98 eAch
Here, again, are outlandish prices
to close out the line before Xmas.
$2, $2.50 $3 and $3.50 garments;
sizes from 5 to 10 years of age
closing out at Q8
Another Elegant Bargain Coats
for sizes 8 to 12 years of age;
$4, $4.50 and $5 values clos
ing out at $2.48
Extra Special In the misses' gar
ments; splendid quality cloths;
heavy serges and novelty
weaves; perfectly made; strik
ing designs; sold at $7, $8.50
and up to $12.50 each closing
out. Your choice of the entire
lot, at $3.48
This is an outlandish price to
mak'e, and we believe you will be
agreeably surprised to see such a
fine quality of goods such ser
vice giving garments at such a
ridiculously low price.
The season of all the year when
each designs to gladden the heart
of others by tokens of love and
good fellowship, the great problem
of the hour "What shall 1 buy
for presents?" Is simplified by
Hunter's Great Closing Out Sale.
The money you have planned on
spending will do you the greatest
good at Hunter's, for all this maze
of beautiful Xmas merchandise is
being sold at closing out sacrifice
prices. You have bue to look
through the endless number of
articles especially adapted for
presents to teallze at once the big
caving It means to you to do your
Xmas shopping at Hunter's.
Toilet cases, comb sets, brush
sets, collar boxes, handkerchief
boxes, glove boxes, necktie boxes,
candelabtas, fancy pictures, fancy
frames, fancy vases, fancy bisque
figures, smoker's sets, celluloid
novelties, books, albums, cushions,
cushion tops, gloves, neckties,
fancy collars, handkerchiefs ga
lore, belts, mufflers, ribbon and a
thousand and one things too num
erous to mention.
THREE GREAT CLOSING OUT
SPECIALS IN BOOKS.
Handsomely bound in cloth, all
by standard authors an unpar
alleled offer In books. We have
them in our basement and have a
fine light by which to look them
Lot No. 1 at 19 Each.
This lot includes all our 25c
books by such authors as Dickens,
Cooper, Hawthorne, Kipling, Du
mas and others of like repute.
Lot No. 2 at 42 Each.
A truly marvelous offer. 85c,.
75c, 68c, 63c and 60c books, fine
cloth binding, hundreds of copies
from which to choose. Closing out
price of 4 2c for your choice.
Lot No. at 75 Each.
In this lot we have placed all
our $1, $1.25 and $1.50 books.
Choice reading matter, handsomely
bound. Closing out price 75c each.
Books make exceptionally nice
presents for your own library as
well as gifts to others.
CLOSING OUT PRICES ON
We have an immense stock of
ribbons. Fancy ribbons for mak
ing shopping bags, holders for
turnover collars and other Xmas
novelties. Plain ribbons In satins
and taffetas, including the double
faced satius for fancy work of all
kinds. A closing out price on
every yard of ribbon in the houso.
It's money in your pocket for other
presents to buy your ribbons at
this great Closing Out Sale.
Ho the extraordinary ribbon spo
c h st 15c per yard. Plain and fancy
rtblions. values up to Sc a yard a
fine range of colors. Closing out at
15 Per Yard.
Our great 2ir, fancy ribbon special,
wide fancies, splendid values up to
60c a yard doting out at
25k Ver Yard.
CLOSING OIT PRICES ON TOYS
Hre Is where Santa Claus la making-
his money do him double service. A
CI3H1NU OI T 1'RU'K on every toy
we have In the house. Iron toys, toy
furniture, dolls and doll heads, gnmei
by the wholesale, banks, rooking
horses, gramophones, etc
Toy Department In Basement.
osing ut Sale
33-35 Pearl and 32-34 Main Street
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA.
A. E. Counter o.
See Stephan Bros, for the latest and best
Inverted burners.' K9 West Broadway.
THE LOWJ00T PRICE FOR A GIVEN
DliAUTi AND THE BIOS' WUALITY
?OR A GIVEN PRICE. If YOU WANT
FIT HER. BU 1ULK GROCERIES A.NJJ
MEATS AT THE CENTRAL, GROCERY
AND MEAT MARKET. 'PHONES 24.
FOR ADVICE AND JUDGMENT ON
GOOD CIGARS GO TO MAIXINEY. t
PEARL. BT HIS XMAS STOCK OF
GARS IS COMPLETE. TEL.L. HIM
XV 11 A 1 YOU WANT AND YOU'LL GET
JUST THE CIGAR TO SUIT THE TASTE.
Hurry Hornberger, the newsboy who lost
a foot attempting to Jump on a moving
motor at the corner of Pearl street and
Broadway lust summer, hus been paid iu
by the street railway company in settle
ment of whatever claim he might have
bad for damages.
Pluce your orders for Xmaj pictures now,
ehpotiul.y when you want us to make the
framed. Do not wait till the last day; wu
will be rushed. If you wait loo long we
can't give you aa good work as we can
now. Council BlulTs Paint, Oil and Glass
Co., Merrtam block.
NOT ONLY OUR WORD, BUT U. S.
ruiVi.-UN.MK.VT HEAL OF PURITY ON
ALL GOODS FROM THE JARV1S STORE.
It doesn't take a fat purae to buy your
Christmas Jewelry here, Just the average
one will do. It's not my purpose to takn
all your money. 1 am atisHfd with a
mull urofu. If vou have any repair work
to be done, bring It to me. 1 wlll lee that
It Is done right. O. Aiaume, w. uruaa
way. The regular monthly meeting of the As
sociated Charities will be held Monday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. G. Gil
bert, 124 South Seventh street. The mem
bers will report their pledge cards for the
crei'he and relate their experiences in
earning the amount of their pledges to
wards the building fund. Mrs. N. J. Bwan-
son will have charge of the social fea
tures of the meeting.
Just Hgure for a moment how much you
are going to pay for small giftB this year.
Now. iiuniKMw vou nay half that sum to A.
iVrV were rar.ed. so a, to avoid ob-
, u.iui wic now in nines ot nign water.
way of a switch engine and did not no
tice another engine coming the other way
on the adjoining track. He was knocked
down and the wheels of the engine pussed
over part of the foot, crushing It. He was
taken to Mercy hospital, where It was
stated that the Injured member would have
to be amputated.
Work on Creek Completed.
The work of widening and deepening the
channel of Indian creek from Sixteenth
avenue to Eighth street, for which the rail
roads centering In this city subscribed a
fund of fc.'C.OUu, has been completed and
the fund hus been exhausted. The last
shovelfull of dirt was taken out yester.
Most of the dirt removed from the bed of
the creek was disposed of by the city to
personn wanting lots filled, and by this
means I2.MX) was secured. This money will
be utilized next spring In redredgtng the
creek below Sixteenth avenue in order that
the water may have a clean sweep to the
The plan of getting the railroads, whose
tracks and bridges cross the creek, to fur
nish the money for the work was evolved
by Councilman Maloney. and he has been
In direct charge and supervision of opera
tion from the day the first shovel was
put Into the mud until the Job was corn-
Great Opening- of Oar Toy Department
MONDAY. DEC. 10. 1906. WE OPEN O'.'R
GREAT TOY DEPARTMENT. LARGEST
EVER SEEN IN CO. BLUFFS. EVERY
CHILD VISITING OCR STORE WILL
GET SOUVENIR. ALL THE LATEST
MECHANICAL TOYS. PETERSEN &
SCIIOENING CO., HARDWARE AND
Combination gas and electric chandeliers
and the celebrated Welsbach Incandescent
gas burners. Why not see us before you
buy. We can certainly please you on price
and quality of goods. Stephan Bros., 513
JARVIS'S WINE STORE, 225 MAIN.
LADY IN CHARGE.
AGKST OP BREWING COMPANY GONE
Accounts with Ills employers Bald to
Be In Bad Shape.
Adolph Goldstein, who has been local
agent for the Fred Miller Brewing com-
rit.,.i i. i. ,.i ..... nany of Milwaukee for the last year, has
Men's suits. J7.50, 10.00 and 112.00.
Hart, Schaffner & Marx suits, $14,00 to
Men'a overcoats, $7.50, $10.00, $12.00, $13.00,
$14.00, $15.00,. $17.00, $18.00, $20.00, $22.60, $26.00
Men's fur coats, $15.00 to $00.00.
Men's pants, $2.50 to $6.00.
Men's umbrellas, plain handles, $1.00 to
$5.00; fancy handles, $2.50 to $10.00.
Celebrated Staley underwear. $1.00, $1.25,
$1.60, $1.75, $2.00, $2.25, $2.50, $2.75, $3.00 and
in's outing fian.nel night robes, 50c, 76c
Men's fancy vests, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.60,
$3.00 and $3.50.
Men s smoking Jackets and lounging
robes, $4.50, $5.00, $0.00, $7.00, $7.50, $8.00, $9.00,
J10.00 and $12.00.
Men's garters, 15c, 25c, 40c and 60c.
Men's sweaters, 50c to $5.00.
Cardigan Jackets, $1.50 to $5.00.
Trunks, $2.00 to $.17.50; traveling bags, 60c
to $2.00; suit cases, $1.50 to $17.50.
Men's flannel shirts, $1.00, $1.60 and $2.00
knit wool shirts, $1.00 to $2.75; Jersey office
Jackets. $3.00 to $4.60.
Men's hunting' coats, $1.50 to $3.50. .
Christmas buying headquarters. . '
THE JOHN BE NO CO.
The Organization of the Kingdom." In
the evening the pastor will begin a series
of three vesper talks, "The Ideal Home."
The Father," "The Mother." Strangers
work done will keep the creek clear and been absent from tae clty tor -veral da'8
parted with less cash, saved hours of
worrv shoinlnK. providing a gift not for the
dav lune, but a companion for the years to
Come. You run no chances when you buy
!at Hospe'a, as their prices are the loweat;
'terms the eualest.
Archibald Whilelaw, formerly of this
) city, has written trlends here that he In
now a member of the Fowler, 11ck &
I Walker company of BingliamHon, N. Y.,
,'whk'h was recently incorporated for
' $160,000, and operates a large department
I store In that ciiy. Fowler, Kick t Wa"--r
? formerly owned the Boston store Th '1..1S
city and Mr. Whltelaw was connected with
f.them. Later he and John Gardiner, also
J of this city, owned the store.
' A. Metsaar A Co.
j New Location of Wholesale Bakery,
616 Mynster Street, Council Bluffs, 1.
', Home-made Bread a Specialty.
, Visitors Welcome.
avoid dunirer nf the nrevln,,. ri,ii,.i 1 and It Is eiild that his accounts with the
overflown. Wherever possible the railroad company are in bad shape. L. Kutx a rep-
reseniauve 01 ine punier uuiuimuj, iiciu
from Milwaukee and Is at present engaged
In checking up Goldstein's accounts. Mr.
' BOTTLE OF WINE FREE WITH EACH
PURCHASE BEFORE XMAS. COM 8
I EARLY AND GET THE BEST. JARV1S.
.- Do you want to be good to your wife?
;.Oet her a carpet sweeper. The Blssell Is
the best. For Xmas It will save her lots
'of hard work she will appreciate it. bee
them in our window. Stookert Carpet Co.
V MANTLES; 10 CENTS. BEST MANTLE
IN TOWN FOR THE PRICE. W. A.
K pads I Spatial gpndal
Chalc early Ohio potatoes at 6&o de
livered In five-bushel lots or mora. , Both
'phone 182. Brldeusttne Smith, 1401 8.
I'm sorry, but cannot take any more con
tracts for home decorations In the way of
wall papering. Our stock is badly broken
In that line. If you want wall decorations
In pictures, the very latest, I have all
kinds of pictures. Just received a line of
Hamilton King's, Harrison Fisher's, Jessie
Wolcase, Smiths', F. F. Leyenbecker's.
Frederick Remington's, A. B. Frost's, the
Moaeneld'g Parish calendar, Remington's
calendar and other up-to-date pictures. W.
8. Hewetaon, the Happy Home Decorator,
B'way and 4th St., Council Bluffs, la.
Did you ever thtnk now much longer
your clothes wear when you have them
cleaned? We can make them look as good
as new ones. We dye everything, any
shade desired. Carpets cleaned, laid and
refitted. Both 'phones 616. Council Bluffs
Cleaning Co. and Rug Faetory, 34 N. Main.
Kuri yesterday stated that his Investiga
tion so far showed that Goldstein waa In
debted to the company about $4,000. How
much of this waa due to failure to keep
up collections and to cutting of prices to
Increase the business here, Mr. Kurz said
he was unable at present to state.
It was stated also that Goldstein was in
debted to other firms In this city to the
amount of about $3,600. The report that
one of the local bunks was also a heavy
creditor of the absent man could not bo
authenticated last night. Goldstein's
friends express the opinion that his ab
sence from the city la only temporary and
that he will return and straighten mat
JARVIS'S STORE FOR BEST WHISKY,
BOTTLED IN BOND, FOR FAMILY USE.
See our window display our asbestos
sad Irons the best sad Iron on earth all
kinds and sizes. Bwalne & Mauer.
To Make the Heart Grow Pander.
Our high grade Xmas home made can-
lies will do that. If you don't believe !t
take a box to your wife or somebody else
arho may become your wife If you hustle
hard enough. I. Muccl. Phones 364.
Gifts for Men.
Men's gifts are always the most puzzling
to select, but the following apt suggestions
afford an easy solution:
M.-n's stiff hats, Knox. $5.00: opera silk,
$S.a; Stetson, soft and stiff. $3.50 to $6.0; jv)lin g Letters to the Seven Churches ot
First Presbyterian church, Rev. Marcus
P. McClure, pastor. Morning sen-Ices at
10:30, sermon subject, "Instruction Is Thy
Life." Bible school at noon, young people's
meeting at 6:30 p. m., evening worship at
7. -30, sermon subject, "Dlotrephes, Who
Loved the Pre-eminence." Midweek prayer
meeting Wednesday evening.
St. John's English Lutheran church, Rev.
G. W. Snyder, paator. Preaching services
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; subject of
morning sermon, "How to Receive Him;"
evening subject, "How He Will Receive
Us;" Sunday school at 9:46 a. m., and
young people's meeting at 7 p. m.
St. Paul's Episcopal church, Rev. II. W.
Starr, . rector. Second Sunday In Advent.
Holy communion at 8 a. m., morning prayer
and sermon and baptism of Infants at 10:30
a, m. ; Sunday school and Bible class at
noon; evening prayer and sermon at 7:30
o'clock. Subject of morning sermon, "The
Fundamental Uwa of Christ Applied to
Our Religious Life." Evening subject, "St
Blended coney blouse Jackets at $22.60.
Fine electric seal and astrachan coats,
$37.50 to $75.
I.oara Foot I nder Knitlnr.
W. H. Lynch, a mall man In the employ
of the Burlington at the transfer depot
and living at 1100 Eighth avenue, met with
an accident while on his way home from
work Uiat evening which will result In
the loss of his right foot. Walking along
the railroad trucks he stepped out of the
A. A. Clark Hi Co., chattel loans
Our busiueas waa established nearly 20 years mgo (1KHH). lloth l'luines 217.
We loan on buraea, rattle, household furniture and other chattels.
Our reputation and the business we enjoy is the result of fufr and liberal
treatment of our patrons during these 20 years. Our rates are uniformly
lower than other offices. Our loans are made In our own name and never
old or negotiated. Remember our new offices are opposite side of the hall
from our old office, are conveniently arranged with private consulting
rooms. We wish to warn the public that we have no connection with the
firm doing business 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.
COtt. MAIN' AND IIHOADWAV. OVEIt A ML' 11 1 CAN KXI'UKSS OFFICE.
Beacon hats, soft and stiff, $3.00; Beno
8Mclal, $-'.00 and $2.50.
Men's fur caps, $2.00 and $4.00.
Young men's wool caps, 60c, 75c, $1.00 and
Mm's warm Inside fur turn-down caps
at 50c. 76c, $1.00 and $1.60.
Men's pocketbooKs and card eases, 2c,
6x $1.00 to $2.60.
Men's cuff buttons, 26c to $1.50; ehlrt
studs. 26c, 60c, 76c and $1 00.
Scarf pins, 25c to $1.(0,
Men's watch fobs, 25c to $2.00.
Men's neckwear, 25c. 60c, $1.00 and $1.60,
In four-ln-hand, English squares, strings,
bows. Tecks and Ascot.
Men's plain and fancy hose, 10c, 16c, 26c,
Cue and $1.00.
Men's gloves and mittens, kid and Mocha,
60c. 76c,' $1.00, $1.50. $2.00, $2.60. $3.00. $3.50 and
$5.00, unllned and lined with silk, wool,
lamb, goat and squirrel.
Men's Scotch wool gloves. 25c, 60c and
Men's fur gloves and mittens; boys', 60c
and 75c; men's, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.60 and
Men's handkercldels, 6c and 10c; men's
linen handkerchiefs, 15c, 26c, 4oc and 6uc;
men's silk handkerchiefs, 26c, 60c, 76c and
Men's suspenders, 2fc. Soc, 76c, $1.00, $1.60
and $2.26, all In fajicy boxes.
Men's shirts. Doc, $1.00, $1.60 and $2.00.
Mill's Uunslug union culls, $1.50, $2.60,
$3 00 and $4.50.
Men's muffler. 26a, (Oo, 76c, $1.00, $1.60,
$2.00, $2.50 and $3.00.
Broadway Methodist church, Rev. James
O'May, pastor, ("tana meeting at 10 a. m.,
preaching services at 10:30 a. m., Sunday
school at noon, Epworth league meeting at
6:30 p. m., preaching services at 7:30 p. m.
First Christian church. Rev. W. B. Clem
mer, pastor. Special services. Christian
Woman's Board of Missions day, at 11 a. m.
Sermon by pastor on "The Apothesls of
Women." Evening, evangelistic service at
7:30, sermon subject, "81n and Holiness."
Blhle school at K 45 a. m. Christian En
deavor meeting at 6:S0 p. m.
First Church of Christ, Scientist, will
hold services at 11 a. m. In Temple Em
manuel, when the subject will be "God the
Preserver of Man." 8tinday school at 12:16.
Midweek testimony meeting Wednesday
evening at 8 o'clock.
Second' Church of Christ, Scientist, will
hold services In Woodmen hall, Merrlam
block, at 10:45. the subject being "Ood the
Preserver of Man." Sunday school at 11:45.
Testimony meeting Wednesday evening at
Rev. Grant B. Wilder of Omaha will con
duct services today at the Second Presby
terian church. According to present ar
rangements Rev. Mr. Wilder will fill the
pastorate of this city until neit April.
First Congregational church. Dr. Otter
beln O. Smith, pastor. Morning service at
10 30. Evening vespers at 6. Sunday school
at noon. Young people's Bible study at 4.
Forefuthes' day program Thursday even
ing In church parlors. Morning subject,
Gifts for Women.
This list comprises so varied a choice-
useful and esthetic that every taste may
readily be satisfied within Its limits.
Black seal leather, leather lined, special
value at $1. $1.50 to $3.50.
Extra quality seal, great seal and sea
lion, leather lined, at $4 to $10.
Novelties in elephant calf, large and
small styles, at $3.50 to $10. ,
Small hand purses at 50c to $5.
Xmas cards and tags at 10c package.
Holly sea In, 10c for a box of 100 seals.
Ring boxes In gold and silver, will not
tarnish) 35c to $1.
Jewel boxes In gold and sliver, all new
shapes, at $1.25 to $5.
Trays In gold and sliver, at 60c to $1.
These goods are heavily plated with
gold and silver on white metal and will
Solid backs, at $1 to $1.60 pair.
Real ebony, at $2.50, $3 and $3.60 pair.
Hat brushes, at 25c to 60c.
Real ebony back at $1.26.
Real leather Jewel boxes, imported from
Germany, at $1 to $20. ,
Ladles' and gent's traveling cases, medl
cine cases, tourist clocks, glove, handker
chief, veil case and picnic sets.
Ladles' Xmas umbrellas. In natural gold
and silver handles.
Ladles' colored silk umbrellas, $4 and $5
quality, special price, $3.50.
All silk fancy ribbon for fancy work, spe
clal price at 23c yard.
Waist pins In gold and silver at 10c to
Ladles' fancy frill hose supporters at 50c
to $1.60 mlr.
Ladles' Dents' squirrel lined gloves at
Plain and mounted combs, plain at 25c
to $2.50, mounted at 50c to $5.
New cut Jet combs at 25c to $1.
WOOL DRESS PATTERNS.
Silks, voiles, eollennes, crepe de Paris,
nun's veilings, batistes, marquisettes, lans
downes and exclusive embroidered dress
patterns for evening wear.
Great variety of plain weaves In all new
shades, $1 to $4.
Mixed, plaid and stripe suitings for street
.ear, ZUc to $2.
Plaids at all prices for children's dresses,
5c to $1.50. -
Bearskins, moleskins and astrachans for
lilldren's coats, $2 and $2.60.
Beautiful line of black dress goods In
ill the different weights and weaves.
Table linens by the yard or pattern
lotha and sets. Sets $3.50 to $20.
Napkins, $1 to $8 a dozen.
Damask and huck towels, hemstitched or
fringed, 10c to $1.50.
Bed spreads, $1 to W.
Fancy linens In Japanese drawn work.
Mexican drawn work, loc to $12.60.
Cluny and Irish embroidery in lunch
cloths, tiy cloths, scarfs, center pieces
and dollies. 25c to $17.50.
Embroidered linen sheets and cases.
Irish hand embroidered bed spreads.
Turkish bath robes, $3.50, 4. $5.
White goods for waists and dresses.
Children's fur sets, white angora, dyed
rat, queen ermine, etc.. She to $5.
ladles, fine natural gray squirrel sets,
scarf and muff, extra good values at $30.
Natural mink scarfs, trimmed with heads
and talis, SU) to $45.
Natural mink muffs, flat shaped to match
scarf, at $37.50 to $40.
Ladles' fur scarfs Id black, brown and
gray, coney, opossum, marten, squirrel,
ranging In (.rice from $1 to $40.
Ladles' open or evening coats. In white,
creum, tan, blue, light green and red, from
$20 tu 1JV
Dyed muskrat blouse coats, a rood
looking garment and extra good wearing
rur. at $00.
Good values In beaver and otter coats.
all sizes, for f 0 to $150.
Ladles' hand embroidered handkerchiefs
at $5. $, $7.00. $9 and $10.
Armenian hand-made handkerchiefs at
75c, $1 and $1.75.
Fancy renaissance, lace edge, all linen
center, at 75c, $1. $1.25, $2, $2.50, $4 and $5.
Fine sheer linen handkerchiefs, embroi
dered centers, at 50c (novelties).
Fancy swiss and linen, hem and embroi
dered edge, at 5c, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1 and $1.50.
Nice line of Initial handkerchiefs at 6c,
10c, 15c, 26c and 50c.
Fine linen fancy barred handkerchiefs,
at 25c and &0c.
Children's fancy boxes at 15c, 0c and 50c.
Special line of handkerchiefs, 15c, 15c and
10c values; embroidered and lace edge
handkerchiefs at 6c.
Plain and fancy crepe scarfs, dainty
shades. $1, $1.50, $1.75, $2, $2.50, $4, $5, $6, $7.60.
$8.50 and $12.60.
Children's mufflers, hem ends, 60c.
Ladles' tailor collars, linen, 25c; silk,
50c, 76c. $1, $1.50 end $2.
Ladles' fa.icy lingerie collars, 60c, 75c, $1,
11.25, $1.75 and $2.
New deep cuffs and collars. In sets, at
2.25, $2.75 and $3.50.
Embroidered taffeta silk collars. In white
and colors, 60c.
Windsor ties, 25c and 50c; fancy plaids and
Turnover collars at 16c, 25c, 35c and 6Cc.
Fine swiss embroidered sets, at 60c.
Neck ruffs, $1.50 to $10.
Silk shaws, 50c to $3.
SILK. CREPE DE CHENES.
75c quality at 68c per yard.
Plaids, 75c and $1.
New pan taffeta, imported fabric nt $1
Shadow peau de rygnes at $1.
Now Persian silks. 79c, $1 and $1.50.
Printed warp silks at $1.50.
Black tjffetas, 50c, 76c, $1. $1.25, $150.
Peau de sole, 60c, $1, $1.25, $1.75 and $2.
Moire Francalae silks at $1.
We carry a full line of Haskell dress
Ladles' fancy hose at 6oc, 75c, $1 and $1.26.
Ladles' silk hose, $1, $1.50, ... $2.50 to $5.
THE JOHN BENO CO.
with the application for a pardon for David
T. Stubbs, former cashier of the Cltlz-ns
Oas and Electric company, which the
j latter a friends have filed with the gov
ernor. Mr. Garrett Inquired Into the cir
cumstances which led to Stubbs' sentenre
to the penitentiary and talked with County
Attorney Hess, Judge Green and other
officials, the fact that Mr. Garrett was
sent here to make this investigation lead.4
Stubbs' friends to expect that Governor
Cunimlm will grant the pardon petitioned
for and that Stubbs will be able to be with
his family Christmas.
A Hew Xmaa Present.
Do you want to give your wife some
thing new for Christmas? Well, Just have
that front room or dining room papered
and decorated. You will find there Is noth
ing will please her better. We are making
special prices for this time of the year
and want you to take advantage of them.
Jensen & Nicholson, 23S W. B'way.
WHISKY-PUREST AND BEST. AND
A LADY TO WAIT ON YOU. AT JAR
We make a specialty of chlldren'i
and also fitting children's feet.
stock in the state. Sargent's Family Shot)
n's shoes t
N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tel. 260. Night. 803.
Hral Karate Transfers.
These transfers were reported to The
Bee December 8 by the Pottawattamie
County Abstract company of Council
Jihn H. Long and wife to J. Chris
Jensen, lot 17, block 6, and part of
outlet 4, In Mul add. to Council
Bluffs, la., w. d '..$2,000
Wlliiu.ni F. Schmidt and wife to
Anna and Marie Haas, n22 feet of
lot 134, block 3o, in Avora, la., w. d .
Iowa Townslle company to First
Presbyterian church of Benlley, la.,
part of outlot X, In Benlley, la.,
Lizzie Rlfenberlck and husband to
Jeaeica J. Sledcntopf, lot , block 1A.
and lot 15, block ISO. In Ferry's add.
to Council Bluffs, la., q. c. d
F. T. True and wife to Mrs. Nettie
Woodward, lot 12, block 3o, In H.iyl.ss
& Palmer s add. to Council Bluffs,
la., w. d
Five transfers; total.
Nowdays a business education Is the first
principle to sucress. Th place to get a
good business education is the Western
Iowa College. .Their students when turned
out are th best In southwestern Iowa.
Make a start light.
NOTHINO LIKE A LITTLE GOOD
LIQUOR FOR COLDS GRIP OR THROAT
TROUBLE. SEE JARVIS. 1TJ8 MAIN ST.
Investlwaltnii Slnbbs fane.
B. W. Garrett, pardon secretary to Gov
ernor Cummins, was In the city yesterday
morning (rum Lvs Moines In connection
King to th'
i be turne
ents of thaw
Park Depends on Qoeailon of Un,
The members of the Park board and the
Board of Education met yesterday after
noon at the Twentieth avenue school and
.coked over the grounds belonging to th'i
school, which it Is proposed to
Into a public park for the rcslden
section of the city. The grounds
to the school comprise one acre and are
and have been for several years used
merely as a cow pasture. Residents of
that vicinity asked that they be made Into
a public park. The Board of Education Is
willing to comply with the request and the
Park board Is willing to take charge of the
grounds, provided the Board of Education
has the legal right to convert the grounds
to such use and turn them over to the Park
board for such a purpose.
The legal side of the question, it was
decided, to refer to the city solicitor and
pending his opinion nothing further will
be done In the matter.
Gifts fur tbe Boys.
The average boy la easily pleased and
seldom critical, but unusual la the youth
who would not delight In some of the fol
lowing attractive array:
Headquarters for boys' gifts.
THE JOHN BENO CO. ,
Poll Tas Not lee.
If you are still delinquent, call and set
tle at once, as I am bringing suit against
delinquents. Pay no attention to this If
you would rather pay costs. D. J. Whit-
Before buying a gas or electric portable
call and see our line. New, up to date,
and prices are right. W. A Maurer.
Wife of Rev. James Thomson Heart..
Word was received here yesterday of the
death of Mrs. James Thomson, wife of the
former pastor of the First Congregational
church of this city, at Hampton, la., where
Rev. Mr. Thomson Is pastor of the Con
gregational church. Mrs. Thomson's death
occurred early yesterday morning froSi
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