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THE OMA1TA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1007.
Of fir. 10 Iari
CITY APPORTIONS FUNDS
rxpensei f City Estimated t $8,003
More Than Lart Tsar.
PAVING CONTRACTS LET TO WICKHAM
Chief of Police Ordered to Bee that
- Ordinance Regarding Throwing of
Waste Paper aad Other Utter
la Street la Enforced.
Anticipating a revenue of $85,000 the city
council last evening, after having: approved
it In meeting of the committee of the
whole during the afternoon, passed the ap
propriation ordinance for the Aural year
beginning April-1. The ordinance appro
priate! a total of $84,760 for the maintenance
of the several municipal departments, aa
Mayor .... W)
Auditor .. .. , l.Ouu
Office help .........................., 8"0
Treasurer ...... liOO
oium help goo
Holloltor ..m. .! ,, l,fi0
City olark. ..
Office hslp ........... l'O
Deputy city clerk . U0
Klsht couno.llmen, 3A each.... 1(0
Judge superior court.... LOCO
Total . $10,500
Police and marshal's department 123,7V
Flr department 26.6" 0
Klre and police telegraph .
Rnglneer's department 4,750
Streets and alleys , 10,000
Printing and supplies.. i,6"0
Olty pound SO0
Health department l.ft'iO
City hall 1.5-0
Figures for Last Year.
The appropriations last year amounted to
$7(5,475, as follows:
Mayor $ 9nn
City clerk 1,2i0
lpputy city clerk 0
City physician 6"0
Kight rouncllmen, $.tO each 2,ftoo
Custodian city hall TM
Judge superior court 1,000
Total .". .. . .$10,oo
Police and marshal's department 21-.3:5
Mrs department 23,3-0
Fire and police telegraph 2,0io
Bngineers department 4.4-0
Streets and alleys 10,0)
Printing and supplies 1,2)
City pound 600
", Total ... $76,475
Chances from Last Year.
The appropriation for the police depart
ment is Increased $2,425, to permit of ad
ditional men and the purchasa of an ambu
lance. There will be about $500 left over
in this fund from the last appropriation.
The appropriation for the flre depart
ment Is increased $2,120, to provide for
Dew equipment which Is needed.
Ths appropriation for the city elec
trician's department, known as the flre
and police telegraph. Is raised $C00. The
city engineer's department gets an in
crease of only $330.
The appropriation for printing and sup
plies is Increased $1,V. to provide frr
the compiling and puKls'ilng of the city
ordinances, which work Is now being done
by Attorney Q. H. Scott,
The , city pound appropriation is. In
A new appropriation, that for the city
hall. Is made this jrear" of $1,600.. which
includes the salary of the custodian. In
creased from $30 to $65 a month, and
provides for fuel and sundry repairs.
A new department, that of health, Is
provided for this year, with an appropria
tion of $1,960, which Includes the salary
of the city physician of $500 and provides
for all expenses of the police health officer
and Inspector of meat and food stuffs dur
ing the summer months.
. Ths appropriation for streets and alleys
Is the same as last year.
This year $1,000 Is appropriated for the
"We lead all competitors in the city in the price and amount
of Leaf Lard sold. We intend to live np to this reputation,
and, therefore, will, for Saturday only, sell more leaf lard
for a dollar than was ever sold in Council Bluffs 12
pound basket .$1.00
Small Skinned Hams, per
Picnic Hams, per lb. . .10
Breakfast Bacon Strips, per
pound 12 ys$
Mutton Legs, per lb.lOV
Hind quarters Spring Lamb
Doth Phones 24
ORVIS MARKET GROCERY
Both 'Phones 46.
FRESH COUNTRY EGGS,
Best of Lettuce, Celery,
Shoulder Pot Roast, lb. 5
Hams, per lb H
Creamery Butter, lb.. 25
Metzger's Bread, six loaves
TVa Dust, 2 pounds.. . ,25
Soda or Oyster Crackers,
'per pound ., 5
ORVIS' BEST FLOUR, per sack S1.05
BEST SUPERLATIVE FLOUR, per sack . . 05t
EVERY SACK WARRANTED.
flt. Tel. 48.
expenses of the city election, to be held In
No appropriation was made this year for
Indian creek, as the $3,000 appropriated
for this purpose last year remains Intact
and In addition there Is about $2,800 which
the city received for dirt taken from the
creek bed last summer and sold for filling
low lying lots.
The mayor Is allowed $800 for ofTle help
and the auditor and treasurer are allowed
like amounts for clerical help when
needed. The city clerk Is given an al
lowance of $100 for extra offloe help. With
the exception of that of the custodian of
the city hall, all salaries remain as last
Wlckham Gets Paving Contract.
The contract for paving a number of
streets, as ordered by the recent resolution.
was awarded toR A. Wlckham, he being
the lowest bidder. The council decided on
Galesburg block as the material to be usf d.
with concrete base, the depth of base to
depend on the street paved. The price
varies according to ths depth of the base.
Wlckham was Instructed to commence the
paving on Lower Broadway aa soon as the
ourblng is In position.
At the suggestion of Councilman Smith,
It was decided to consolidate the bridge
repair gang and the sidewalk repair gang
under the supervision of Sidewalk Inspector
Peterson as an economlo proposition. The
committee on city property and bridges will
have Jurisdiction over the consolidated
gangs Instead of ths streets' and alleys
A resolution ordering the Northwestern
railroad to construct culverts under ' Its
tracks on Eleventh street at the Intersec
tions of Avenues D, E, P and Q was
At the suggestion of Councilman Tounk
erman, the city solicitor was Instructed to
prepare an ordinance requiring all water
and gas meter Inspectors to be designated
by some uniform or badge, so as to prevant
Importers entering, and robbing houses and
meters under the guise of such Inspectors.
The matter of the business streets being
littered with paper and other rubbish
thrown or swept out of stores was the sub
ject of a long dlscusBlon, during which
Councilman Wallace voiced a protest
against the condition of the waste paper
boxes Installed by an advertising Arm at
the street corners. Chief of Police Rich
mond explained the trouble his men had
In . compelling merchants to comply with
the ordinances prohibiting the throwing or
sweeping of waste paper and other refuse
In the streets. Mayor Macrae said It was
time the citizens learned to take some
pride In the appearance of the streets, and
It was decided that the several ordinances
governing this matter should henceforth
be rigidly enforced. Copies of the ordinance
prohibiting the throwing of waste paper,
etc., In the streets are to be served on
every merchant and business house on
Broadway between First street and the
Northwestern tracks and on Pearl and Main
streets by the police department, after
which all violators will be promptly ar
- A Pointer.
Bring In your watch If out of order. I
will make you appreciate good workman
ship. Repair work Is my special line.
Jewelry, watches, clocks, etc. My prices
are always reasonable. O. Mauths, 228
HARDWARE SPECIALS-Oood garden
rake, 20c; steel shovels, 43c; steel hoe, 19o;
good wheelbarrow, $1.50; 2-plece floral sots,
10c and 25c; grass, white clover, garden and
flower seeds in bulk. J. Zoller Mar. Co.,
100-102-108 Broadway. Phone 320.
Graves Falls to Get Reward.
A few days ago Mrs. Annie Banner, living
at 2501 Avenue I left a handbag containing
her bankbook, a small sum of money and
Jewelry of the value of about $400 In a
street car: She notified the police of her
loss and at their suggestion offered a re
ward of $25 for the return of the bog and
contents. Yesterday morning Samuel
Graves, who conducts a small grocery
store at 1901 High street, appeared at the
newspaper offloe publishing the offer of the
Front quarters Spring Lamb
Strictly Fresh' Eggs, per
Country Butter, per lb. 25
Apples, per peek 25
For Easter we have a large
supply of Fancy Strawber
ries, Lettuce, Radishes,
Onions, Parsley, etc.
G00-G02 W. Broadway
PER DOZEN 15
Pickles and Young Onions.
Large size "12G" Oranges,
per dozen 35
T-Nrm Arknloa vnvr roV 'lA
Strawberries, per box.. 20 g
h.arly June Peas, can. 10c
Large size Cocoanuts, eacli
reward with Mrs. Barvnar's bag and with
out the money. Mrs, Banrutr was notified
and she In turn called In the police. The
result was that Oravns was tnken Into cus
tody by Cap'aln O'Nell and taken to po
lice headquarters. Chief Richmond Insisted
that Mrs. Banner's should not pay any re
ward under the circumstances and Graves
was forced to give up her piuprity without
receiving the $35. Graves stated that he
had found the bag on the car and had
taken It home with him Instead of turning
It over to the motor conductor. Mm Ban
nar's home and address ware In her bank
book, so Graves oould have discovered the
owner of the bag without waiting until
reward was offered through the local news
RABBITS LAY EASTER EOGS-But do
not go out hunting for them: It does not
pay when you can telephone to . your
gTOcer and get them delivered. Enster Is
never complete unless you have ham snd
eggs. We have Swift's Premium hams on
sale today at 17Hc per lb. They are their
best brand, and every one Is wrapped and
Inspected by the government. We are hav
ing nice strawberries now; slso have cu
cumbers, spinach, lettuce, radishes, green
onions and pieplant. We make a specialty
In Japan teas at 60o and 60c per lb.; In gun
powders we have 60c and 76c. In coffee
we have B. & M. blend. 35o: Rio, 10c; Pan
tos, ffio; Tale, 80c. Bartel & Miller. Tele
ROBERT BURNS lOo CIGAR, OLD
TIMES Be AND ESFINA 10c CIGARS. MA
LON1CT CIGAR CO., DISTRIBUTORS,
COUNCIL BLUFFS I A.
Missouri river Ice. pure, solid, the very
beet. Service prompt; obliging drivers.
Co. Bluffs Coal and Ice Co. 'Phone 71
SPELLING CONTESTS IH SCHOOLS
Friday, April 13, the City Champion
ship Will Be Decided.
The closing of the public schools of the
city yesterday for the spring vacation was
preceded by the third Quarterly spelling
contest, which was held in all the build
ings with the exception of the high school.
On Friday, April 18, the winners In yester
day's contest will meet to decide the Ques
tion of who is the champion speller in the
schools. The winners In yesterday's contest
Washington Avenue School 3-2, Margaret
Felton; VI. Esther Klllpnck; 4-t Mildred
Montgomery; (-1, Marvel Miller; 6-$, Merle
Luce: 8-1, Ralph Nlpps; 5-2, Pauline Relrter;
7-1, Florence Lendt; 7-2, Carl Negothon; 8-1.
Arthur Bloknell and Rhea Johannsen; 8-2,
George Smith and Arnold Ranch.
Bloomer School -2, Holland Griffin and
Jessie Farlow; 4-1, Clarence Moore and' Roy
League; 4-2, Malcom Emlth and June
Fisher; 6-1, Grace Robinson; 6-2, Helen
McAneney; ' 6-1, Margaret Schneider; 6-2,
Marie Jacobsen and Helen Garrett; 7-L
Lottie Rosebrook; 7-2, Clna Chrlstensen and
Edna Harlan; 8-1, Peter Alcher.
Twentieth Avenue School- -8-2, Stella
Johnson; 4-L Wesley Chandler; 4-2, Bodillus
Jensen; 6-1, Hattle Hartenhoff: 6-2. Ruth
Ferrltor; 6-1, Cecilia Jensen; 6-2, Elsie In
gram; 7-1, Julius Sorenson.
Pierce Street School 3-2, Emma Rasmus
sen: 4-1. Joyce Larsen: 4-2. Harry Fleming:
6-L Sidney North; 6-2, May Tanner; 8-1,
Bessie Battey; 6-2, Leonard Stevens; T-l,
Paul Gerock; 7-2, Margorle Skndan.
Th rd Street School S-2. Vera Meyers:
4-1. Albert Voss: 4-2, Dorothy Deexley; 6-1,
Hazel Winnie: R-2. Hnxel Uenflt: 6-1. Henry
Slachter; -. Harry Howard; 7-L Pearl
Elshth Street School 8-2. ErVlle witike:
4-1, May Walker; 4-2, Janet GUInsky; 6-1.
Clifford German; B-2, Jemima Ross; 6-1,
Robert O'Nell; 6-2, Thora Hill.
Second Avenue school a-2, Robert Koo-
ney; 4-1, Weldner Spern, 4-2, Howard Cars-
ley; 6-1. Hazel snonts; Audrey ward:
6-1, Loyd Roper; 6-2, Marie Mulita; 7-1,
Anna jonnston; 7-2, Ionian Koper; 8-1, uuia
Avenue B School S-z. Fhyiis Smith: 4-L
Vera Servls; 4-2, Amy Jackson; 6-1, Lillian
Heckmen; 6-1, Hattle Achats; 6-1, Ella
Anderson: 6-2, Dorrls Marten; 7-1, Kittle
Martin: 7-2. Llla Odell: 8-L Eva Warner:
8-2, Olga Hansen
Thirty-second Street School 8-1, Ada
Crawford: 4-1, Frank Duncan; 4-2, Ruth
Wood; 6-1, Berdena Snyder.
Madison Avenue School 8-2, Dennis John
son: 4-L May Corbet: 4-1 Willie Lanadon:
6-1. Jessie Millard.
Harrison Street School S-2. Mona Peters:
4-1, Mabel Barnett; 4-2, Clifford Schouboe;
6-1, Katie Bnarp; -z, urace Kelly; 6-1,
Helen Barghausen; 6-2. Harry Drew.
Eighth Avenue School 1-2, Bessie Daven
port; 4-1, Emma Frledrlch.
Before getting yQur upholstering, mat
tress making, repairing and reflnlshlng
done, gst the prices of the Morgan Up
holstering Co., 831 Broadway, nsxt to Alex
ander's art store. Tel. for quick orders.
Bell 3S3; Ind. 879 red.
CENTRAL FLOUR. 81.08 PER SACK;
EVERT SACK WARRANTED. CENTRAL
GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET,
F. A. SPENCER.
Plumbing, steam and gas fitting, furnace
and sheet metal work, galvanized iron cor
nice, skylight, tin roofing, gutter, spouting
and repairing, Green and Norfolk furnaces.
First-class mechanics in all branches.
Both telephones No. 690. 158 West Broad
way, Council Bluffs, la.
COLONEL WIIJCIXSOIV DIES IN CAR
Stricken with Heart Failure WTille
Enroate to His Room.
F. W. Wilkinson, an elderly man known
among the sporting fraternity of Council
Bluffs as "The Colonel" on account of his
military bearing and appearance. was
stricken with heart failure while In a
street car yesterday morning about 11
o'clock on his way to his room at 81 North
Sixth street from the Ogden hotel, where
he boarded. When the car reached Broad
way and Pearl street Conductor Earlsy's
attention was called to Wilkinson, who
was sitting bolt upright in his seat, his
eyes starting from his head and his face
suffused with Mood. Earley at once real
ized that the man was dying and with
the assistance of some of the male pas
sengers carried Wilkinson into the cigar
store of Gunnoude A Zurmuehlen nearby.
Wilkinson, however, was dead by the time
the store was reached.
Coroner Treynor was at once notified
and he had the body removed to the un
dertaking rooms of L. Cutler.
Wilkinson Is said to have been 71 years
of age. 'Little, however. Is known of htm
except that his wife Is believed to live In
Chicago and a daughter either in New
York or some other eastern city. It is
stated that he was a member of a well-to-do
family. He had been a resident of
this city for about two years, during
which he took his meals at the Ogden
hotel and roomed at 81 North Sixth stre9r.
He was on his way there after taking
breakfast when stricken. At the hotel he
complained to a friend of not feeling
well, but to all outward appearance was
in his usual health when he boarded the
car opposite the hotel
My Baslaess Has Grows 88 1-3
during the last year. I mean that it shall
continue to grow. FaL and square lumbar,
with fair and square methods of buying
and selling it mads it grow. I ask your
aid. promising you mine. C. Hafer Lum
ber Co., Council Bluffs, la.
Fresh line of up-to-date House Furnish
ings. Carpets, Rugs, Oilcloth. Linoleum,
Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators, Window
Shades snd Lace Curtains.
D. W. KELLER. 103 South Main
Paee Aaka Damasra.
Fred Pace, 77 Madison avenue, who was
on the motor car which was struck by a.
Great Western freight train at ths Main
street crossing, the accident resulting In
the death of Roy B. Felton. cashier of
the State Savings bank of Ur lerwood, la.
has begun suit for IXOOO damages against
"Just A Little Better
has been our motto for
half a century.
We are known by our
works our beers have
popular approval our rep
utation insures quality.
In our new brand
"Luxus" we dedded to
break away from conven
tional brewing standards
from the prevailing habit of
imitating foreign beers.
Foreign tastes are not
American tastes English,
Germans, Hungarians, etc.,
do not live our strenuous
life we require different
standards of nourishment.
the Omaha A Council Bluffs Street Rail
Pace was standing on the rear platform
of the motor with Felton and was thrown
against the iron railing, severely injuring
his knee. It is alleged. He was on his
way at the time to Walnut, where ha had
a contract, he says, for shearing 14,000
sheep, his business being that of a sheep
shearer, and for which he has an equip
ment operated by power.' lie was unable
to carry out that or any other contract
owing to his Injured knee, and the accident.
he assarts, has proved a serious losa to
SATURDAY SPECIALS In grocery de
partment: Grape Nuts,"pkg., 11c; Shredded
Wheat Biscuit, pkg., 8c; Sapollo, per bar,
7c; 1-1 b. pkg. tea dust, 10c; good rice, per
lb., Sc; Jello, all flavors, pkg., 7V4o; 20c can
Michigan pears, 11c; Baker's chocolate, per
pkg., 16c; radishes, lettuce, strawberries,
cucumbers, rhubarb, carrots, beets, onions,
oranges, bananas, etc J. Zoller Mer, Co
100-102-106 Broadway. Phone 320. .
The Cement Staun at Baal.
If you Intend doing any cemsnt work do
not fall to call on George A. Hoagland for
prices on cement, sand, crushed rock, etc
Have Just unloaded 1,000 barrels of Fort
land cement and can make you very at
CONFIDENCE THICK EASILY Tl'HSBD
Pol lee Recover Money, However, for
Pete Foley, a youth as verdant as the em
blem of his native country, who arrived at
the Union Paclflo transfer yesterday morn
iiitf en route from Maine to San Francisco,
waa easy plucking for a brace of confidence
sharks. At the transfer depot Foley was
approached by a stranger who was also on
his road to San Francisco. As they had
several hours to wait the stranger sug
gested a trip up towtt. Foley was agree
able and the two came up town and vis
ited a saloon. Hero Foley's new found
friend met another friend. They proposed
a game of cards after discovering that
Foley had $135 in currency with him. Foley
did not play cards, although assured he
oould easily double his money. Foley's
w found friend, however, got into the
game after borrowing $125 from Foley, giv
ing him tn return a check for $300. The
third man won the money and shortly after
disappeared, Foley's friend then said they
would go out and get the check cashed so
that Foley could reimburse himself. The
stranger took Foley to Omaha and while In
a saloon on the way to th bank made his
exit by the rear door. Foley waited and
waited until well on Into the afternoon, and
then becoming suspicious confided his sus
picions to the man behind the bar. The
bartender advised him to see the police,
which advice Foley followed. An officer
from the Omaha force escorted Foley back
across the river and the local police took
the matter up. Aa a result U P. Hill, a
bartender In the Opera house saloon, was
taken to police headquarters, Foley identi
fying the saloon. as the place where the
trick was turned on him. Hill was later
released after a charge of grand1 larceny
had been entered on the register against
him as the proprietor of the saloon handed
to Chief Richmond a check for the $125
which Foley had lost.
Foley missed his train yesterday after
noon, but will be sent on his way rejoicing
today. The money which Chief Richmond
recovered for him. however, will not be en
trusted to Foley for fear he may be bun
coed out of it again before he reaches his
destination. Major Richmond wtll send the
money to San Francisco for Foley and he
will have to get along until he arrive there
with the $10 which the confidence men con
siderately did not take from him.
Garden Tool Specials.
Aood garden rake. 20c: steel garden hoe,
85c; steel shovels and. spades, 60c; 8-pleca
floral sets, 10c; extra heavy spading fork,
85c; good wheelbarrow, $1.60; garden and
grass seeds, onion sets, etc., etc. We have
the good and the price. J. Zoller Mer.
Co. "Phone $20. 100-1U8-106 Broadway.
N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. 260. Night L-968.
Concert by Glee CI ah.
The Penn College Glee club gave a de
cidedly pleasing entertainment at ths high
school auditorium last evening. While the
audisnc was not aa large as had been
a l vC ttiglliiiviil in the tumv
TQ)EER advertising has reached a high point of
Hf development it is difficult to emphasize in mere
words, the superior goodness of a new and really
distinctive brew. All the superlatives have been used.
But the superlative of beer
until we (after fifty years of successful
brewing and patient, painstaking study
of the true American taste) perfected
4(J' atwsiaste '
"The Beer You like"
You are interested only In what the bot
tle says the argument is all In the bottle.
If that argument convinces you that "Luxus"
is new and distinctive, a perfect beer and the
finest brewed why then, we are satisfied
and so are you.
At your next beer inspiration, Just try a
cold, sparkling bottle of "Luxus" or have a
case sent home. If you do not say that
"Luxus" is "The most exquisite refinement of
the brewer's art" but you will I
Brewed and bottled in Omaha by the
Fred King Brewing Company
"Exponents of the Fine Art of Brewing."
hoped for, the cadets expect to realise a
substantial sum from the entertainment,
which will be used to help defray the ex
penses of their encampment tn June.
Ws always look to the lntsrest of our
customers, no matter how small a Job of
wall papering may be. Ws see that you get
the best paper and the best work for your
money. Borwlck. 811 South Main street.
SPECIAL HAM SALE Hammond's Calu
met Regular Hams, especially prepared for
Easter trade. Saturday only, per lb., 16o.
J. Zoller Mer. Co., 100-102-104 Broadway.
Real Estate Transfers.
These transfers were reported to The Bee
March SO by the Pottawattamie County
Abstract company of Council Bluffs:
Warren Hewett and wife to Edwin
Hewett, part lot t. Auditor's subdlv.
of se4 se4 81-75-43; part of lot 1,
Auditor's subdlv. of ne4 ne1 6, and
part nw!4 nw4 5-74-43. w. d $2,000
Byron A. Page and wife to A. W.
Kelpln, lot 6k block 33. Muinn s
subdlv.. w. d
Barton Nelson to Walter Hanson, lot
10, block ?8, Burns' add., w. d
M. N. Hamilton and husband to Gar
rett R. Hartenhoff. lots 9. 10, 11. 12,
13 and 14, block 86. Railroad add.,
Jay B. Byford to Sarah J. Byford.
wife, lot 24, block 4, Webster's 1st
add., w. d 1
Leon L. Poston to Minnie Poston,
wife, nVi wtt lot 61, Johnson's add.,
w. d i
Six transfers, total $3,462
(POTATOES Very choloe potatoes, B6o
per bushel. Brldensten & Smith, 14th Ave.
and 6th St. Both phones 1SS.
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday to
Name and Residence. Age.
William A. Gllbaugh, Omaha 26
Bssle M. Ray, Omaha.. $0
Logan I. Gray, Omaha 23
Martha B. Ray, Omaha 22
Davis, drugs. i
Stockert sells carpets.
Fine engravings at Leffert's.
Ed Rogers' Tony Faust beer.
See Schmidt's elegant new photos.
Plumbing and heating, Blxby & Son.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director, 'phone 87.
Woodring Undertaking company. Tel. 339.
Watch repairing. O. Mauthe, 228 West
NEW SPRING STYLES IN SPRING
GOODS AT HICKS.'
Easter noyeltles snd post cards. C. E.
Alexander, iii B way.
Spring term Western Iowa college, Mon
day, April 1. Catalogue free.
Latest styles and patterns In wall paper,
H. Borwlck, 211 South Main.
DIAMONDS AS AN INVESTMENT.
TALK 'IX) LEFFERT ABOUT IT.
Excelsior Masonic lodge will hold a spe
cial meeting this evening for work In the
Shaduklam temple, Dramatlo Order
Knights of Khuraasan, will meet tonight
for ceremonial purposes.
BUDWE1SER BOTTLED BEER IS
SERVED ONLY AT riRST-CLAHS BARS
AND CAFES. U ROSENFELDT CO., Agta.
The 8u0 opera chairs ordered for the
auditorium of the public library building
have Imn delivered and are now being In
stalled. Mr. and Mrs. John Moran, 1026 Fifth
avenue, arrived home yesterday from Pitts
burg, Pa., where they were called by tht
death of Mr. Mona's father. '
Illinois nut coal, delivered, $&.M per ton;
spsdra grata, $8.W per ton. William Welsh,
It North Main strweu Tel. 128. Yard Eightu
street and Eleventh avenue. Tel. 877.
The hearing of Miss Jessie Rude of Ridge
street on the charge of threatening to shoot
J. V. Thornton, a neighbor, was continued
in Justice Urssne's court yesterday until
Charles B. Kestner shot a full grown
wolf on his farm in Hasel Dell township
yesterday morning. On presenting the
scalp to County Auditor Chsyne he receive
the bounty of $6.
Rev. Henry DeLong performed ths mar
riage ceremony yesterday for William A.
Olioaugh and Bessie M. Ray. and Lgan
I. Gray and Martha B. Ray, all of Omaha.
Tee brides ar sisters.
L. E. Renard will leave the Grand note'
annex before May 1, and will atrain occupy
the Shugaxt residence at the corner oi
First avenue and Sixth street. The Urani
hotel will uae the annex.
Dr. OtterbeJn O. Smith, partor of th
First Congregational church, went to Rock
Springs, Mo., yesterday murnlng, to deliver
the commencement address for the grad
uatlng clala of the public sc.hoola Ha wll
Lee Lewis, a guest at the Revere hotel,
complained to the police yesterday that h.'i
overuoai. which hs had discarded diuin
really had not been attained
the short hot spell but now needed seeinf
that the thermometer had dropped, had
Mrs. Betsy Goodwin was arranted by
Judge Wheeler In district court yesterday, s
divorce from W. W. Uoodwln, to whom
she had been married for forty years. Mrs.
Goodwin charged that her husband, who
Is 78 years of age, had deserted her. She
is 70 years or age.
Mrs. Beck man will have a hearing next
Friday before Justice Cooper on the charge
or assaulting Mrs. tiarah J. White, a
neighbor, with a barrel stave. Mrs, Whits
was badly used up as a result of - the
fight The parties live on North Fifteenth
street in the vicinity of Avenue A.
Charles Burke, the olty poundmaster,
corralled seven head of horses which he
found wandering about Thursday - night
without an owner In the southeastern part
of ths olty. He also has tn the city pound
an Indian pony which he ploked up loose
several days ago ana which la still un
claimed. F. F. Everest, trustee for the creditors
of the bankrupt Union Transfer company,
has begun suit In the United States
court against O. P. McKesson to recover
$13,000 which. It Is alleged the books of the
bankrupt concern show was paid to Mc
Kesson, with nothing to indlcats for what
A. C. Jeffries, who was hurt In a runa
way accident Thursday morning, waa re
ported to be in a serious condition yester
day. He is at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. Lovejoy, on South Main street. Mrs.
Lovejoy, who was also thrown out of ths
buggy. Is suffering from the shock and Is
confined to her bea.
W. A. Miller of Honey Creek. Is., Is visit
ing at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
Slgafooa, on Fletcher avenue. Mr. Miller
has been a resident of Iowa for over fifty
years and cast his first vote for president
in 1862, in Washington county, for Franklin
Pierce. Although he lacked about one
month of being 21 years of age his vote
was not challenged.
Dr. R. B. Tubbs complained to the police
yesterday that while driving In his auto
mobile on Washington avenue Thursday
night with his wife, some miscreant threw
a stone at them. The missile narrowly
missed Mrs. Tubbs. and struck Dr. Tubbs
in the face, Inflicting a painful bruise. Dr.
Tubbs said the miscreant was evidently a
boy, who disappeared in the darkness up
Ivanhoe commandery, Knights Templar,
will attend in a body Sunday morning ths
Easter services at the First Congregational
church, when they wlkj be addressed by
the pastor. Rev. O. O. Smith, on "The
Defenders of the Cross." In ths evening
the commandery will attend ths services
at Broadway Methodist church, when the
pastor. Rev. James O'May, will take as
the subject of his address "The Quest of
Juilge Greens yesterday handed down a
decision In the suit of Burnham against
West, holding that the mortgage given by
the late George West In 1874 and renewed
every five years since on 190 acres of land
In Rockford township, Pottawattamie
county, la In effect, notwithstanding ths
fact that ths land wss transferred to his
children several years ago. The mortgage
Is held by the plaintiff, Mrs. Mary II.
Burnham, and the suit Is brought against
Mrs. Hattle West, widow of Georgs West,
and a number of others having an lntsr
est in the property.
Rev. James O'May. pastor of Broadway
Methodist church, will conduct the services
at ths funeral of Jena Andersen, late ous
todlan of the Masonlo temple, to be held
Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o'olook In ths
temple. Interment will be in Falrvlew
cemetery. The funeral will be under the
auspices of the Masonlo bodies, but will
be open to the public Canopy lodge, In
dependent Order of Odd Fellows, at Shelby,
la., to which order Andersen formerly be
longed, has adopted resolutions of regret
at his death and will drape Its lojge room
In mourning for thirty days.
Christian Scientist Gets Tlvoree.
SIOL'X CITY, Ia March (Special
Tehogram.) Frank Van GoMer, chairman
of the press committee of the Christian
Science church, today secured a divorce
from Harriet Van Gorder o ths ground of
desertion. Mrs. Van Gorder was given
11,000 under a stipulation. Sha said she left
home because of hsr husband's attentions
to Miss Clara Shepard, ths local Christian
Science leader, who lived in the Van
Iowa News Notes.
BOONE Senator LaFollette of Wiscon
sin has been compelled to cancel all hi
dates. He waa taken ill following hla lec
ture here Wednesday night and left for
home on ths midnight train.
FAIRFlELDAfter being gone since No
vemtMbr. George Dkrtg. managed of th
Eurle Pattrrn works, is bauk again. Diets
caiut explain his alseno. H says ail he
cun renumber Is that hs cams to con
Bclouaijeas in a hospital in Watertosrn, 111 ,
in January. Concerning his wandsrings
before that his mind Is a blank.
FORT DODGE There will be no marrlasr
ordinance In Fort Dodge. Th stSnstars
itid the bachelors have calmed down their
i-utfled feathers and ths city has been per
mitted to return to Its serenity of old. for
Mayor S. J. Bennett has at last arisen in
Ins wrath and ordered ths joke to chum.
JuA th famous marrlag measure has been
order U burled la tht city cvuocll. It U
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not even b permitted to ootne before the
house at the meeting next Monday.
AMKM. R. Quads, who has been in the
employ of th Dunne eating house of the
Northwestern railroad at this place for
mors than twenty years, has handed In his
resignation and will sever his connection,
with the concern May L The term of Mr.
Quade's service is longer than thnt of any
other man In th service today. Mr. Dunne
was In Ames today, and speaking of the
affair stated that Mr. Quads was the best
man he ever had had In his employ. Ho is
now seeking his successor.
AMES W. H. Pew, a senior student In
the animal husbandry department of. the
Iowa college, coming from Youngstown. ipV
has been chosan head of the animal 'hunt
Canary department tn the New tin mpshlre
Agricultural college, a department wnie'
will b started next fnlL when he take
charge. Mr. Pew has been at Amoa only
two years, out had a university education
when hs came here. The New Hampshire
position Is considered one where a man"
will have great opportunity to show'whnt
he can do In a Meld whero little has hoen
don in ths way of college agriculture.
President Glbbs of the New Humpshlre
college came to Ames last week, to select
a man and lust wired his choice yesterday.
INDIANOLA The Alpha Tau Omega fra
ternity house has been leaned as a pest
house and all of those afflicted with small
pox who are connected with the coli-e
nave been moved to this place. The house
Is situated on the outskirts of town Irs a
hollow west of the college several blocks
and no fear is ex premier! here of a sproad
of the disease from that souroe. Th col
lege dormitory, which w-bm quarantined for
a time, has been thorouirtily renovated and
all of the girls who had rooms there ex
pect to go back rwxt term. Dr. W. E. Ham
ilton, dean of the faculty, who has hen
connected with Simpson college almost
since Its start. Is quite wrloMsly 111 with an
attaok of pneumonia. Dr. Homllton Is well
known throughout the Des Moines confer
ence. Boy In Misery 12 Years Eczema
Knroa4 ftuar Rnriu In' Rmio-h
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Scales. Cracked, inflamed, and.' - J
Swollen Case Pronounced Incur .
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Two Sets of Cuticura Remedies.
HIS SKIN NDW.FINE
AND SMOOTH AS SILK
'I wish to inform you that you.
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twelve years of misery 1 passfd with
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with different remedies for alxut nva
Tears, but when the spot pevaa to .
get larger I put him under, the car
of doctors. I'Dfler their treatment th
disease spread f? four difleruot parts
of his body. The longer the, doctors
treated him the worse it grew. During
the day it would get rough 'and form
Ilk soales. At night it would be
cracked. Inflamed, and badly swollen,
with terrible burning ana ' itching.
When I think of bis suffering, it nearly
breaks my heart. Ills screams oould
bo heard down-stairs.. The suffering
of my son made turn full of misery. I
had do ambition to work, to eat, nor
oould I sleep.
"On doctor told me that my son.'
ecxema was Incurable, and gave it up
for a bad Job. On evening I saw aa
artlols in th paper about the wonderful
Cuticura and darided to give it a trial.
"I tell you that Cuticura Ointment
Is .worth It weight In gold, and when 1
bad used the first bos of C ailment there
was a great improvement, aad by the
time I bad ud th second set of Cuti
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cura Kswolvent my child was cured, lis
Is now twslv years old. and his skin is
a Anaandsmootbassilk. Michael itiQ-
man, T Sumner Avenue, Brooklyn,
H. I, April lo. 1005."
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