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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MARCH 31, 1007.
Office). 10 Inrl
EASTER AT THE CHURCHES
Morlo a 6pc!al Featnrs with All the Local
TWO SERVICES fO KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
Attend First Congrfiatloml la the
Mnralac and Drodif Methodist
In the F. renins: Cnlldrea la
Ths order trt services today at St. Paul'
Kplnrxipal church. Rev. II. W. Btarr, rector,
III ba as follow: Holy communion at 8
ti, m. morning prayer, holy communion and
sermon at 10:30 o'clock; Banter festival by
children of Sunday school at 1:30 p. m.
There, will be io evening service. Thl la
Organ preJude ,
Processional Hymn (No. 112) Jecrus
ChriHt Is Rlivn Today, Alleluia!
Anthem Thev lluve Taken Away Mv
Opening Sentences, Exhortation, etc
Ahthetn Christ, our Passover. I ttfic-
rtflced foe I's Shepperd
Froier Piulms for the Day: 11, lvil, cxI
Klrnt Lesson Exodus, xr:23
Te Deum i Dudley Buck
Beonnn Lesson Matthew, xxvill..
Jubilate lo Rathburn
Nlcene Creed, Veralclen, Prayer.
Hymn (Introlt) No. JVii
Gloria Tllri (After the Kplstle)...
Hymn (No. lay Jeeua Lives
Offertory Duet Awake Up, My Glory
Mis Price and Mrs. Sherman.
Gloria In Kxoelsi Old Chant
Nunc Dtmlttls , 1. Turl
Iteceaslonal Hvnin (No. llfcl-'At the
Urtib'i High Feast, We Bins
CHILDREN'S EASTER. FESTIVAL-S:).
Prccessrosal Hymn (No. 110 Come, T
Opening Kcntenoes and Lord' Prayer..
Special Pnalin, No. cxvlll
Gloria Pntrl '.
The Iaexn John, xxlv to 28
Nuno IMrnltU , , .
Apostles' Creed and Prayers
Hymn (No. Uti) Angels, Roll the Rock
Away , ,
Offertory Dwt-Upward Pushing, Buds
I at Raster Sprmaj
Lynne Brown and Kenneth Sherman.
Distribution of (Medal (
Presentation of Offertory
Prayers and Benediction
Reoeaslonal Hymn (No. 121) The Strife
la O'er, the Battle Done
Broadway Methodist Church.
" ' The evening aervlceg at the Broadway
Methodist church will be attended by the
members of Ivanhoa commandery. Knights
Templar, who will be addressed by the
pastor, Rev. James O'May, on "The Quest
of the Crusaders." The services will be
gin at 7:80 o'clock. Tha morning services
will be In charge of the Sunday school, as
sisted by the Sunday school orchestra,
when tha following Easter program will be
Selection by Orchestra
Processional iOaster Carol.
fcrayer and Response
thorua He Lives.... t
Responsive Scripture Reading
Led by Mrs. Arthur.
Primary Processional Hand In Hand.
'Recitation The Master Calls...
By Grace Madsn.
' Song Glorious Easier Morn
Mr. Orton's Class.
Responsive Scripture Heading-
, -. Led by Mrs. Arthur.
Recitation The Red. "White and Blue:..-;
' Trio of Olrls, Mr. McMahon's Class.
Primary Bong Good Day
.Recitation What We Can Do
Sextet of Boys, Mr. .Cook Class.,
Carol The Message of Today
. Mr. Munger' Class.
Colo and Chorus Kustertlde
Mrs. Post's Class.
Recitation Faith and Iaove......
Grace McMahon. ,'
The Christian' Battle Hymn
Grand Chorus S00 Voices.
By Superintendent F. H. Orcutt.
Foster Offering -.....
Broadway Sunday School Orchestra;
8ng Jemis Lives
Mr. McMahon's Class.
' "Responsive Scripture Reading
Led by Mrs. Arthur.
Carol He Came Forth Triumphant
Recitation Jesus Uvea
Bong Shout the . Victory
Closing Song The Praise of Jesus...
. .By Sunday School.
This to the program for the evening
service at T:S0 o'clock:
Musical Service From Bethlehem to
Organ Prelude Prayer Shelly
. ... . , ...! . V. rf-ll rt,.
AtiineRi i no nv&vrni jiviiuv .., j
of God Custsnce
CStorua a Capella O, Little Town of
Files Cured '
Quickly at Home
Without Tain, Cutting or Surgery
W Ttvt It. Baxnpla Package Trse.
Seven people out of ten are said to
have Piles. Not on maa In a million
r,.f thain. and wa are proving It
evary day at our own expense. We send
a sampla package of tha wonderful Pyra
mid pil Cura to any person absolutely
' Wa don i. do this as a matter of amuse
meet or philanthropy, but because It Is
to our interest to do ao. W know that
"the sufferer from piles, tormented and
driven almost crasy by this wretchtd
trouble, will And such Immediate relief
that he will go at once to his druggidt
and buy a box and get well.
Wa know that w have got tha great
est remedy In the world for piles, and
V are ready and willing to stand or fiU
by the verdict of those who make the
trial. We have been doing thle for some
' yeara now and w never yet have had
occasion to regret 1L
, And tha remedy at the drug store is
exactly the sama as the sample we send
out. As, for Instance, here Is a man who
got such Immediate relief from the tain
pie that ha at onca bought a box. Waa
it Just tha sameT Undoubtedly, sine It
fcured him after all sorts and klnda of
things had failed. .
Here Is a sample of tb kind of letters
we get every day, and w don't have to
ask for them:
"Received your sample of Pile Cure and
hava given It a fair trial and It has
"proven the best I ever tried and effected
a complete cure. I can recommend you
highly In this vicinity. Have used your
sample and on box and It has been a
complete cur. It has been worth lv
"Thanking you for th sample and tha
cure. I will recommend you. to everybody.
Yours rpectfully, Julius Maysr. dealer
In feathers, ginseng and hides. Bedfoid.
Pyramid Pile Cure Is for sale at every
druggit s at 60 cents a box or. If you
would Ilk to try a aampl first, you will
receive on by return mall by sondlng
your name and address to The Fyiamla
Drug Company, it Pyramid Building,
St. Tel. 40.
Antrm Jerusalem Pnrker Nevln
Qnurtet Jlnrk of Ages Dudley Buck
Bolo and Chorus The Holy City .
Add-r-ss to the Knights Templars by Rev.
James 0lay. Triple 1 he Quest of
Anthem Cslvary .Rodney
polo 1 he Hesiirrertlon Pheldnn
Offertory Hymn of Prnlae Mendelssohn
Polo and Chorus The Palms Faure
Flonle-Llft Vd Tour Heads: Oh. Ye
First Cnnarregat lonal Chireh.
On the Invitation of the pnstor. Rev. O.
O. Bmlth, D. D., the members of Ivanhoe
commandery. Knights Templar, will at
tend the morning service In a body. Dr.
Bml'.h will take ns the theme of his ad
dress "Tho Defenders of the Cross." There
will be a special musical program at the
S o'clock vespers. Sunday school at noon.
The progrnm for the morning service and
the ve?iers follow:
Prelude and Entree Crusaders' March. Gade
Doxo'.oiry and Invocation
Snni'tus Plr J. Stalner
Responsive Rending Selection i, 1 to 19
Anthern-The Strife Is O'er B. Bteana
Scrlp'.urn reading and pruyer, with re
sponse Solo Hall. Joyous Morn C adman
Miss Lillian MacDonuld.
Offertory Largo Dvorak
Hymn No. Juo Christ the Lord Is Risen
Sermon The Defenders of the Cro. ...
Bir Knight Dr. Otterbeln O. Smith.
Anthem I Will Mention thu Loving
Kindnesses Sir J. Sullivan
Hymn No. 2 All Hall the Power of
Postlude-Worthy Is the Lamb Handel
Rlr Knight Prower Simons, choir master
Prelude Sliver Trumpets Vlvlanl
(Call tp worship and XXIII Psalm In
tfvmn KTr, U fomo V ITalthfnl
CUT J. Dlllll'"
Anthem Keek In tlie Lora n.oiiEri
Solo Ouartet Ix'ad, Kindly Light Buck
Offertory Pannes Fineries Mallly
Hymn no. aa-i Know j nai my
deemer Llveth Handel
Solo and Quartet Bcene from Elijah....
i , Mendelssohn
Lord Qd of Abraham,
Cast thv, burden upon tha Lord.
Mr. George Slnlliild and quartet.
Bolo The Klntc cf Glory Coombs
Mrs. A. R. Heaps.
Anthem Seek Ye the Lord ...Roberts
Hymn No. iiC The Day of Resurrection
.Btr Henry Smart
Postlude'-Hallelujah Cliorus Handel
First Prestyterl C'hurrh.
The order of services at the First Pre'by
tcrlan church. Rev. Marcus P. McClure,
pastor, today will be as follows:
Vorsnell w BKner
Solos by Mr. Jo Barton . . .
Recitative In the Eid of a Sabbath.
Air, "Fear Not Ye" Sueppe,rd
Hymns ' '
Tho Day of Resurrection
...John of Damascus (8th century)
Lift Up, Lift Up Your Voices Now
Rejoice All Ye Believers Laurentl
Sermon Theme The Bon of God with Power.
Vesper Communion Service ;
In the Cross of Christ I Glory. .Bowrlng
'TIs Midnight ..Tappan
Fairest Lord Jesus Anon
Communion Addtvus Opening tha Door to
Reception of Members and Sacrament of
the Lord's Supper.
The young people's special Raster servioe
will Immediately follow the vesper service.
There will b special music and a program
Mrs. D. H. Snook, Mr.. Coker and Mr.
Barton will sing special numbers. J2 m.,
tio Blblo school. Easter musio and', an
Easter addresa. will , take the place of the
usual Bible tuuy. f- - ' ? ? V
-8ecoftl rreabytsrlaa Chaiek. i .
Easter Sunday will be observed at the
Second Presbyterian church.. Rev. Grant
B. Wilder, pastor, with a special program
in the evening by th Sabbath school. There
will bo preaching services at 10:30 a. m.,'
when; there 'Will be special Easter muelc.
Sermon Tmhject, "Immortality." ' The Young
People's society will meet at 9:45 p. m.
and Sunday school will be at noon. This
la the program for the evening service:
Son bv school. "Happy Easter Morning."
Lord s Prayer ay- sctiooi
Scripture reading..'.: By superintendent
Ladies quartet. uur j-aseiuu uimo
Addresa By Pastor
Solo Mrs. Smith
Recitation Donald Strong
Song Sunbeam choir
Heading jvatnerine Morenouse
Duet 8weet Easter Day.
Exercise Primary class
Bong , Kitty Chain
Mixed quartet, I Am tne Kesurrection.
ilcciiauon i .......... .r auiuia nuu
Chorus choir Christ Is Risen
"The March of the Leave,", Exercise .
and Drill. v '
'Responsive service and offering.
Song by school Unfurl the Banner .
St. John' Baalish Lutheran Chareh,
Tha following Is th order of service for
Easter Bunday at Bt. John' English Luth
eran church, ' Rev.' D'. "W." Snyder, pastor:
Processional Brightly Gleams Our Banner
Piano voluntary Maria Scorteld
Anthem Tie Midnight.. Caryl Florlo
Easier Liturgy Gloria Patrl, Kyrle., Gloria
Hymn Christ, ths Lord. 1 Risen Today
HymnYes, tha Redeemer Rose
Anthem Triumphant Stralna Arts
Confirmation and Infant baptism
Anthem Christ, Our Passover Chappie
Sermon w..., -
Hymin According to Thy Gracious Word
Recessional My Church. My Church.
Th soloists will be Miss Lfly Peterson,
Mis Dorothy Hoag and Carl F. Stough.
At the evening service th choir will re
peat th morning anthem and the Sunday
school and choir will render the Easter can
tata ntltled. "Out of th Gloom." ' Sunday
school will be held at 9:eS a. m. and young
people' meeting aa usual at 7 p. m.
Fifth Arena Methodist Chareh.
Th order of service today at the Fifth
Avenue Methodist church. Rev. E. C.
Newland, pastor, will be a follow: Sab
bath school at :40; Easter program In
charge of Sunday school, 10:48; Junior
F.pworth league at 8:30; Bpworth league
at :S0. topic, 'Th Now Llf." Mrs. New
lnnd leader; evening sermon at 7:30, topic,
"Th Resurrection of the Dead;", special
music; solo, Helen Morrow.
EASTER PROGRAM, 10:.
Hvmn Fling Out th Banner
Recitation A bung of Easter
Recitation Break th Joyful Easter
Mary Hansen. .
Bong Ring. Huppy bells
Mrs. Rogurs' and Mrs. rlpauldlng's classes.
Recitation The Foolish Seeds
Four Primary Children.
Recitation A Child's Prayer
Recitation I Bring You a Greeting..
Recitation Of Countless Mother I .
am only One
Rocltatton Easter Violets
Hymn Rise, Glorious Conqueror,
Recitation A Missionary Plea
Recitation Easter Even
Recitation It Is More Blessed
I Kir a Sparks.
Hymn Lift Your Ulai Voices
Eva Jones, lluldah Cochran, Let ha Brook
and Besale rNnda.
Eu9tor Exrcln Klsen Triumphant..
By Fourteen Children.
Bong Christ Is Hlaen
Rsv. Mr. Newland.
rirat Baptist Chare k.
Easter will ba celebrated at tha rirst
Baptist church this morning by the ren
dition of Dudley Buck's cantata, "Christ
the Victor." Tha soloists will be Dr.
Claude Lewis, Miss Aten, Mr. Chase, Mr.
Baldwin, L. Ballenger and Mrs. A. R.
Heaps. At tha evening service the rite
of baptism will b administered and the
pastor. Rev. F. A. Case, will take aa the
subject of his sermon "Life Pilgrimage."
There will be special Easter muslo at the
session of the Sunday school.
Tha First Church of Christ, Scientist,
will hold services In the auditorium of the
public library building at It a. in, when
the subject will be "Unreality Sunday
school will be at 12:15 p. m. and tha reg
ular testimonial meeting Wednesday even
ing at 8 o'clock.
Jewelry Remodeling and 'Repairing at
LefTertav-Wo do absolutely the best work
in the city, because we have the largest
equipped shop and employ only the finest
and best skilled workmen. There Is noth
ing In tha repair line we cannot do no
matter how badly broken or how many
parts missing. Bring us In a trial Job
Just to show you what we can do. We feel
confident that once a customer, you will
always be a customer. All work done
promptly and prlcea reasonable. Lefferta,
Before getting your upholstering, mat
tress making, repairing and reflntshlng
done, get the prices of the Morgan Up
holstering Co., 831 Broadway, next to Alex
ander's art store. Tel. for quick orders.
Bell 393; Ind. S7t red.
Tin Duncan Shoe company hss succeeded
the firm of Duncan & Dean and will con
tinue the business at the old stand with a
large new stock of shoos.
COMMERCIAL CLl'B COMMITTEES
E. II. Merrlam Announces Men Who
W llr Direct Affairs.
E. H. Merrlam. the newly elected presi
dent of the Council Bluffs Commercial club,
has announced the following standing com
mittee for the ensuing year:
Transportation C. W. McDonald, chair
man; V. H. Kevs, F. R. Davis, H. H. Van
Brunt. Hon. William Oronoweg. C. H
Chlsam. E. P. Johnson. H. D. Harle, Hon.
W. I. Smith. C. T. Peavey. tmcius Wells.
Manufacturers H. W. Binder, chairman;
Joseph W. Smith, F. J. Day, Calvin Hater,
John Mehlhop, William Coppock, W. H
Trade Extension T.' N. ' Petersen, chair
man: John P. Davis. W. F. SteDhan. E
Kretc timer. J. H. Pace, 8. B. Elliot, Edward
Retail Trade Marcus Bourlclus, ' chair
man: Charles Bwalne. George F. Hamilton
S. T. McAtee, A. E. Hunter, T. S. Farns-
worth. T. D. Matcnlf.
Municipal- Legislation H. A. Qulnn,
nk . i.n.. . i. . . n-u.ia- it A T linn.
chett. D. 'g Morgan," 8. F. Henry, George
Keettne, M. F. Rohrer.
County and State Legislation C. G.
Baunders. chairman: C. M. Hnrle. A. H.
Haselton. W. NV Clifford, S. B.: Bnyder,
J P. OreennhlfltU J. P. Hess.
Roads snd Streets W, F. Baker, chair
man; J. H. Mallory, W. 8 Goodrich. John
Olson, A. C. Keller. J. E. Wallace, Roy
Parks A. C. Graham, chairman; Alex
ander Wood, Jacob Neumayer, F. O. Glea
son, O. Younkerman. Lewis Cutlet. Frank
Membership F. T. True, chairman; Rob
ert Wallace, F. D. Empkle. Dr. J. H. Clea
ver, Dr. Gall Hamilton, II. A- Soarle, L,
Publiclty-V. E. Bender, chairman; Prof.'
O. J. McManua, Dr. P. J. Montgomery,
John Toller. Peter Jensenr E. H.- Leffert,
Gus Htnru.'hs. - ,
Finance T. G. Turner, chairman; C. K.
Price, Theodore Laskowskl, H. C. Peterson,
L. R. Hypes, A. E. Brock, F. J. Bchnorr.
Entertainment H, . H. Van Brunt,' chair
man; Frank Rlker. J F. Wilcox, W. E.
McConnell. Harry Z. Haas, R. C. Peregoy,
W. A. Maurer. - T ' '
Grievance V. L. Treynor, "chairman;
Hon. D. Macrae.Jr.. E. . .Lougee. T. J.
Shugart, Painter Knox, F,. F.. Everest;
D. E. Stuart. '
Buildings Chris Jensen,-chairman: Chris
Straub, E. A. Wick ham,. N. P. Anderson.
F. A. Fox. R. W. Bixby, A. Ixiule.
' "fhese coin prise the executive committee:
John G. Wadsworth, chairman; Charles
A. Bono, Thomas G. Green, R. H. Bloomer,
Dr. H. B. Jennings. ... . f .
FINE WATCH REPAIRING"
W mean Just what we say we abso
lutely guarantee to return your watch to
you In perfect condition no matter what
condition It may have been In when brought
to ua for repair. Our Mr. Plella la an
acknowledged expert In watch repairing
and so confident are we In his ability that
we give you our personal guarantee. Lef-
ferts, reliable Jeweler.
CENTRAL FLOUR, R.05 ' PER SACK;
EVERT BACK WARRANTED, CENTRAL
GROCERY AKD' MEAT MARKET.
Real Estate Transfers. '
These transfer were reported to The Bee
March 30 by tha Pottawattamie County Ab
stract company) of Council Bluffs:
George H. May no and' wife to Eliza- - -beth
M. Officer, lota 6 and 6, Audi
tor' subdiv. of outlet Turley, w. d. 2,300
LUii F. Hooker and husband to An- -
nle M. Keys, lot , Turley's subdiv.
of nutlot 7. Jackson' add., .w. d. 2,300
Burlington Saving bank to Elisabeth - '
M. Officer, lot a. block It. Jackson a
add., w. d.: 2.200
Edgar C. Hutchinson and wife' to
Jaune P. Wlckham, part of lot 8,
block 8, Eubank 2d add., and lot t, ,
Auditor' subdiv. of e4 sw4 30-75-43,
-w. d 2.100
Andrew E. Brook and wife to Eliza- .
both M..Oincer, lot 16, Auditor'
subdiv. of W4& feet of outlots 2 and
8. Jackson's add., w. d 1,800
Rhodu Miller to Maggie 8. By Lee, lot
b. Auditor subdiv. nwvi neVi, and
lot 2, Auditor' subdiv. swV4 rs-Si 25-77-44.
w. d 1.600
Ava Ellen Gardner and husband to .
Edward J. Elwrnberger .and wife,
lot U and eJJ feet lot 15, Johns o's
add., w. d L300
Granite Savings Bank and Trust oom-
jxtny to E. T. Ratllff. lot 21, block 6,
bacaett's .add., w. d tOO
Painter Knox and wife tq N. C.
Thompson, lot 0, Auditor's subdiv.
. of sublot 10, original plat ldt 48,
w. d 600
Thomas C Kenmeaiy and wife to
Thompson E. Kali iff, lot 2, block 4,
Websters 1st, . w. d 634
Iowa Townsite company to Mary A.
Cumnunsky. part of outlot B, Mc
Clelland, la., w. d 260
Iowa Townsite company to Mary A.
Cummlnaky, lots 1, 2.1 and 4, block
4. McClelland, la., w d 23
Jan Mary Innea to J. W. Squire, eH
lot 4, block 18, Beers' add., d 260
H. O. Fisher and wlie to Jelvet Ho
Keown, lot 8, block S. Flsher'a add..
Underwood, la, w.' d 200
F. H. Hancock and wife to Christian
Young, lots 13, 14 and 15, block 8,
Hancock, la., w. d 150
F. H Hancock and wife to Howard
A. Fehl. lots it I and 7, block 8,
Hanci"ck, la, w. d 150
T. F. DeOroat and wife to Jea Jeesen,
lots is and JU, bioca 4, Howard a add.,
Leon L. Poston to Minnie Post on,
wife, lot 14, Mock 4, Harrison Street
arid., q. c d
A. W. Wlnegar and wife and J. W.
Martin and wife to A. Hoogewonlng,
lots 8 and 4, bkvk 12, Avoca, la.,
LeRov Dorintn and wife to J. W.
thjuirts. e lot 4, block It, Beers'
add., q. c d
total 116. 8a
Missouri river Ice, pure, solid, th vary
beat. Service prompt; obliging drivers.
Co. Bluffs Coal and Ice Co. 'Phone 71
POTATOES Vary cholo potatoes, 65c
per buahel. Brldensten Smith, 14th Ave.
and tth Bt. Both' phones 1ST
. Fawlly of Wllklasoa l ocated.
Ia th possession of F. W. Wilkinson,
who died Friday In a street car, wa a
letter bearing on th envelope a return
card of the secretary of the Board of Edu
cation. Fargo. N. D. Chief of Pollc Rich
mond telegraphed to the secretary and re
ceived an answer showing that th secre
tary of th Fargo school board wa Mrs.
Grsre Brennan. a daughter of the dead
man. The letter found on Wilkinson wn
signed only "Orsce." Mrs. Brennsn fur
nished Chief Richmond with th address
of Mrs. Wilkinson In Chlcsgo and a tele
gram to her brought th response that Rev.
leorge McDougai. pastor ol the Oiivet
Baptist church In Omaha, would take
charge of her husband's body and make all
arrangements for the funeral. There was
nothing In the dispatch to Indicate that
Mrs. Wilkinson Intended coming here. Up
to a late hour last night nothing had been
heard by Undertaker Cutler from Rev. Mr.
F. A. SPENCER.
Plumbing, steam and gas fitting, furnace
and sheet metal work, galvanised Iron cor
nice, skylight, tin roofing, gutter, spouting
and repairing. Green and Norfolk furnace.
First-class - mechanics In - all branches.
Both telephone No. 690. 1TS West Broad
way, Council Bluffs, la.
Yourself and friends sr cordially Invited
t attend th rpening of our new store
on Thursday evening, April I, 1907. Flower
f.ir the ladle. Concert In our recital hall
by Mla Shaddtick'tV Juvenile orchestra.
Schn.oller A Mueller Piano Co., II South
Main street. Council Bluffs.
Th Pottawattamie County Abstract Com-
pany m.-ikes superior abstract. Book In
constant use for fifty-five yeara 2X5 Fearl
street. Both 'phones 37.
KAX9A8 BROWN COMES ISTO COIRT
Ready to Make Shovrln of III Right
J. Brown ha returned to Council Bluff.
The saloon crusader from the stste of
Kansas appeared In district court expect
ing that Judge Wheeler would be prepared
io near ma motions or county Attorney
Hess to strike a number of the Injunc
tion petitions against saloonkeepers on the
alleged ground that Brown nad not been
admitted to th bar and was consequently
not qualified to appear aa attorney for "J.
Brown, plaintiff." Mr. Hess, however, wa
not ready to argue th motion and he j
stated that he desired to show the court
that Brown was In contempt In "assuming
to be an officer, attorney or counsellor of
the court ind acting as such without au
thority." He asked that he be given a
week In' which to prepare these charges.
"If It pleases the court. It pleases me."
remarked Mr. Brown, with a smile and
the request of the county attorney was
granted by the Judge.
In th suit brought by the New Non
pareil company to enjoin the Board of Sup
ervisor from entering into th contract
with Morehouse A Company for furnishing
the county with printed supplies, blank
books, etc., the demurrer of the defendant
to the amended petition of the plaintiff
company was argued and taken by the
court under advisement.
Wade B. Bmlth was granted a divorce
from Hazel Smith, the evidence showing
that the defendant had deserted the
plaintiff for another man.
During the trial yesterday of the suit
of Mrs. Bessl Knight for divorce from
George E. Knight, Judge Wheeler took
oecaslon to express the opinion that fea-ble-mlndedness
Is not a ground for di
vorce. "If it were there probably would
be no end to annulments of marriages,"
said the court. In this case the-plalntlff
charged her husband with being at the
time of their marriage feeble-minded and
Idiotic. The husband filed a cross-petition
In which he charged his wife with havi.ig
made threats before other persons that
she would poison him. Th Knight were
married after a three months' acquaint
ance. . Th further hearing In the can 3
will be had latr. -
The case of the state of Iowa against
Vera Lewis, charged with throwing a
brick through th window of a house In
which a danc was being held, wa dis
missed' yesterday. - It'- was assigned for
nerxt Tuesday for trial.
:The trial of Simon McGrew; Jr.. Indicted
on a charge of forgery, has been continued
at the request of tb state, ,
Th trial Jury summoned for Monday
was yesterday notified not to appear until
Wednesday, when ' the personal'- Injury
damage suit of J. M. 8tvn, driver for
former Fir Chief Nicholson, against th
Citizen Gas and Electric company will
be tried for th second time.
Garden Tool Specials.
Good garden rake, 20c; steel garden ho
26c; steel shovels and spade, 60c; 3-plece
floral sets, 10c; extra heavy spading fork
86c; good wheelbarrow, 11.60; garden and
grass seeds, onion seta, etc, etc. W have
the goods and tha price, J. Zoller Mer
Co. 'Phone $20. 100-102-1(4 Broadway.
-N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. 250. Night L-9S8.
Th. Cement Sean sit. Hand. .
If you Intend doing any cement work do
not fall to call on George A. Hoagland for
price on cement, sand, crushed rock, eta.
Have Just unloaded 1,000 barrel of Port
land cement and can make you very at
tractive price '
.fresh line of up-to-date House Furnish
ings, Carpets, Rugs, Oilcloth, Linoleum
Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerator, Window
Shade and Lace Curtains.
X). W. KELLER. 103 South Main.
License to wed were Issued yesterday to
Nam and Hcsiflenc. Age.
i narif-s nensiey. council nnirrs
Josephine Rhoades, Council Bluffs
Franklin J. Crowell, Seward. Neb
Nora Harrison, Seward, Neb
Robert W. Jennings, 8henandoah, la....
Ada C Jennings, Shenandoah, la
Charles H. Sheridan, Primrose, Neb....
Miry J. Moran, Onslow, la
R. W. Frame, Omaha
Clara Rewcrta, Council Bluff
Th ladles auxiliary of the Brotherhood
of Railway Trainmen will give the-lr first
bill at tha Masonic auditorium Monday
evening, April 1. Tickets, 60o Couple
Extra ladles, IS centa
Easter Goods Just received a large ship
ment of bracelets, scarf pins, watches,
watch fob and chain, cuff link, rings,
painted china, cut glass, clocks, silver war
Com In and see th latest bracelet. O,
Mauthe, 228 West Broadway.
ROBERT BURNS 10c CIGAR. OLD
TIMES 6c AND ESPINA lOo CIGARS. MA
LONEY- CIGAR CO.. DISTRIBUTORS,
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IA,
PAST WEEK IX BI.IFFS SOCIETY
Last of th Lenten Season Witnesses
Little of Kot.
Mis Nina Haye I visiting relative In
Mra. Drayton W. Bushnell will leav to-
any for v ashlngton. U. C.
Miss Elisabeth Beach I In Neola visit
ing relative and frionds.
Mrs. J. P. Greenshtelds of Oakland ave
nue 1 visiting relatives In Kansas City,
Rev. John A. Hankins of Ashland. Kan.
; wa the guest of Mrs. John 11. Clark
The IT at a Card club will be entertained
Tuesday afternoon by Mra A. B. Cook, IM
v in street.
Mrs. C. A. Tlndall of Tacoma. Wash.
ths guest of her sister, Mra Voegeler, of
VI I Vfa UtillrwU at C1I.. r. W11u V V
I la the guest of her cousin, Mrs. H. L. Oa
den ot this city. v
Glen Reed and Wylte Hafer are horn
from the Iowa BUtt university to spund
toaster at nome.
Dr. and Mrs. P. J. Montgomery left Frl
day for a trip to Lo Angeles and other
Mrs. George L. Judson left Friday for
Manila. P. I., to Join her huatttuid, who ha
been there for some time.
Mrs. John F. Lydon. 200 Park avenue,
will ntertala th lueubar of the C kL
O. V'. Reynolds of Denver. Colo., wa
he guest of Mr snd Mrs. U. A. Lander
gren of this city Thursday.
Mrs. Frank Hillts of Defiance. Is.. Is
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Ed C.
lirrjwn cf lladlscn avenue.
Mrs. C. D. Parnmlee, til Second avenue,
entertained the laughters of the American
Revolution Thursday afternoon.
The Floradora Card club will be enter
tained' Thursday afternoon by Mrs. t). H.
Snooks, 810 North Eighth street.
Gus Voegeler Is home from Grlnnell Col
lege to spend the Easter vacation with hi
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Voogeler.
L. A. Casper and wife of this city, who
have been spending the winter lu Los
Angeles, Cal., are expected to return home
Mrs. F. H. Fans and two children. 107
South Ninth Street, have gone to Beatrice,
Neb., to spend th Easter holiday vacation
with relative. .
Little Miss Delia May Byers celebrated
her loth birthday anniversary last Monday
by entertaining ten of her young friends
at The Renard.
Miss Mary Redding of Atchison, Kan.,
who has been the guest of Mrs. L. 11.
Cutler for the past week, returned to her
Mr. and Mrs.
C. B. Thomas of Chicago
were guests if Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mullls,
a '7 Ninth avenue, Inst week. Mrs. Thomas
I a niece or Mrs Mullls.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Daughters of the American Revolution was
held Thursday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. C. D. l y melee, 11 Second avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wslte are In the city
the auest of their cianirhter. Mrs. H. L
' Cutler, 183 Turley svenun. They have been
traveling during th winter through Mex
ico. Mrs. Theodore Tholl and daughter, Miss
Dorothy of Bpauldlng, Neb., are visiting
at the home of Mr. Tholl'a parents, Mr
and Mrs. Peter Tholl, BOS South Sixth
George Keeltne returned from Florida
Wdnesday evening, where he and his fam
ily have been spend In a- the winter. Tn
other member of the family will return
Mr. Hiram Carson, who has been attend
ing the Iowa State university, Is horns for
the .spring vacation, which he will spend
with his parents. Judge and Mrs. George
varsun oi rransun avenue.
The Council Bluffs Woman's club will b
entertained at a reception Friday afternoon
the home of Mrs. Victor Jennings. 31
North Flrat street, the art and mus.c de
partments of the club acting as hostesses.
Leigh Ballenger. who has Been attend
ing the University of Nebraska, returned
home Wednesday evening to spend th
spring vacation with his parents, Mr. and
Mr. 11. A- Ballanger, 721 Willow avenje.
Mrs. Joe -Smith entertained at a prettily
appointed dinner Tuesduy evening at her
home, lL'J BlutT street. The tables wrVe
decorated In yellow, yellow shaded cand.ul-
aurae being used In lighting. Cover were
laid for eighteen,
Burt Coolev and Miss Henrietta Betners.
both of this city, Were united In marriage
Wednesday evening at the home of tha
bride, 2711 South Eleventh street. Rev.
. A. Cass ofllclattng. Only Immediate
relatives and friends were present.
Mrs. F. J. Dav entertained at dinner
Thursday evening at her home, 809 Sixth
avenue, in honor of her son, Mr. Jack
Day, and Mr. V illey of Arkansas, who re-
urned with him from college to snend th
Eaater vacation. Covers were laid for
The members of the Omega Eta Tau fra
ternity, of the Council Bluffs High school
have everything In readiness for the dan
cing party which Is to be given Thursday
evening in ine eagles nan on fearl street.
Invitations have been Issued for about fifty
The Economical Card club was enter
tained Friday afternoon by Mrs. Jones, 124
Knepper street. The afternoon was spent
at high five, Mrs. Abdill being awarded tha
first prize and Mrs. Gilbert the second
prise. Mrs. Roberts. 612 Voohris street, will
oe tne hostess next t rlday afternoon.
The Ideal club wa entertained Tuesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lewis Cut
ler, 124 Bluff street. Mr. Cutler gave a
sketch of the geological station of Naples
and Mrs. Organ irava a sketch of the
Juvenile courts and schools for boys. The
club will meet Tuesday afternoon at th
nome or Mrs. cutler.
The Nursery Kensington club met Mon
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Frank
E. Clark, 344 Lawton Terrace, to prepare
for a bazar, which Is to be given In about
two week. In th basement of the Hunter
company's store, for the benefit of the
Creche. Light refreshments were served
after the meeting.
The Beatrice club wa entertained Fri
day evening by Mr. and Mrs. Alick Biff man
of Harrison street. High five was played.
th prise winners being Mrs. Helwlg, Mr.
Perry Black and Mr. A. P. Fair. Twenty
five were present. Mr. and Mrs. Perry
Black of South Sixth street will entertain
the club Friday evening, April 12.
The F. F. F. club was entertained Thurs
day afternoon at tha' horn of Mr. F. A.
Wood, at her home on Momlngside avenue.
The afternoon was spent at flinch and a
social time wa enjoyed. Refreshments
were served during the afternoon. The
club will be entertained April 12 by Mrs.
L. W. Aldrlch of Lincoln avenue.
Allen Westerdahl entertained about ven-
teen of his little friends Thursday after
noon In honor of his tenth birthday at his
home, SS0 North First street. The after
noon was spent at games, one of the most
enjoyable features being a "Jack Horner"
pie, from which each guest drew a prize.
A dainty luncheon wa served during the
Misa Cora Harle. RS9 Fifth avenue, was
hostess" of the "600" club Friday afternoon.
A dainty 1. o'clock luncheon was served,
after which "600" was enjoyed. Mrs. Wil
liamson was awarded th first prize and
I.. club at her home Wednesday
It's the simplest matter in the world to save money pro
vided you do not displse the small sums.
The wise man looks to the future and saves a part, however
small, of his earnings each month, placing it, where interest- ac
cumulations provide a steady increase. .
Are Vou IfJisliInQ You Had Money?
Qui! Wishing and Save the Small Sumsthat's the best
method to gain. a substantial bank account and one sure to win.
No conditions whatever attached "to this offer except that you
IF YOU HAVE THE BACKBONE TO START WITH SMALL SAVINGS THIS
PROPOSITION WILL'INTEREST YOU
; Hayden, Bros.' Bank is the place tor your savings accounts because it has
a larger paid-up capital than any savings bank in the state
am6unt of cash assets- for liabilities.
ont Cvvvon vrill
acen ttdjr w otij peron.
Mrs. W. Pvper the sernnd prise, Mrs.
Walker receiving the guest's prlif. The
clvih will be entertained April 13 by Mrs.
Frank Coppock. 412 South Eighth street.
The Oakland Avenue club was enter
tained Friday sfternoon by Mrs. C. tl.
Haundem, 3 Osklnnd avenue. The topics
dlsrtissed during the afternoon were the
"r.nd of t leopstra, bv Mrs. iiinm-iienl,
"Temples of Egvpt," by Mrs. Fair; "Find
ing of Thero," bv Mrs. lougee.. The club
will be entertained Friday afternoon by
Mrs. F. C. laougee, 400 Oakland avenue.
The University Card club was enter
tained Wednesday sfternoon st the home of
Mrs. W. j. McCune. 212 Graham Svenue.
Mrs. Aid Olscusaaed the current events. The
authors for discussion were James Whlt
comh Riley and Walter Whitman. Mrs.
Nelson gave a short sketch of the life of
Riley and Mrs. Ackers gave a sketch of
Whitman and Mrs. Brsdden reviewed their
works, Mrs Hanson acted as leader. The
club will be entertained Wednesday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Nelson on Bouth
Mr. John Turner entertained st a dinner
psrty Friday evening at the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Turner, 73
East Pierce street. In honor of Mr. (Hen
Beach of Bhenendoah. Is., who Is vlslt'ng
friends In this city. A dainty three-bourse
dinner wss served during the evening.
The guests were Mr Warren Andrews,
T : ,:"", '' i.-.ih - V
Rlvett, Miss Cor Quick, Miss Tura
Aldrlch, Miss Haiel Hart, Miss Emma
Irson and Mlas Ethel Bchrodcr. The
evening wa spent at games and music.
Conacll 'Blair Is In Better Position
Than Own ha.
Do not think that because our yard are
In Council Bluffs that we nre not In posi
tion to -ship into Nebraska, for we are and
In the pnst yoar we shipped some Joo csrs
to rsnchmen and stockmen In Nehrsska.
C. Hafer Lvmber Co., Council Bluffs, Ia
Our string are Imported Busslan gut, our
violins are some of the best French pmkes,
all our small nnislral Instruments are such
ns It will bs a pleasure for young pupils
to learn upon. Bo'irlclus Piano House, 333
Broadway, Council Bluffs, where th organ
stands upon the building.
Btockert sells carpets.
Fine engravings at Leffert's.
Ed Rogers' Tony Faust beer.
See Schmidt's elegant new photos.
Plumbing and heating, Bixby & Sun.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director, "phon 97.
Woodring Undertaking company. Tel. 838.
Picture framing Alexander',' 333 Broad
way. Watch repairing. O. Mauthe, 228 West
Boo Mauthe elegant Easter window, 228
NEW SPRING STYLES IN SPRING
GOODS AT HICKS '
Spring term Western Iowa college, Mon
day, April 1. Catalogue free.
Latest styles and pattern In wall paper,
H. Borwlck, 211 Bouth Main.
DIAMONDS A8 AN INVESTMENT.
TALrt. TO LEFFERT ABOUT IT.
Mrs. r . E. Lockner has been called to
Maishalltown, la., by th death of her
mother. Mrs. M. A. Hudson.
BUDWEIBER BOTTLED BEER 13
SERVED ONLY AT riRST-CLASS BARB
AND CAFES. L. ROSENFELDT CO., Ages
The Woman' guild of Bt. Paul' Epis
copal church will meet Monday afternoon
at the residence of Mr. K. II. Doollttie on
XDe Woman's Christian association will
no.u us quarterly meeting Monday aftei
noon bi me. nome or Mra w. w. Wallace
on Bluff street.
Charles Hensley and Josephine Rhoades.
loth of tills city, were m.i riled last even
ing at 1616 Avenue A. the home of the
groom, by Rev. Henry DcLong.
Illinois nut coal, delivered, $6.50 per ton;
spadia grate, $8.50 per ton. William Welsh.
18 North Main atreet. Tel. 128. Yard Eighth
street and Eleventh avenue. Tel. 1477.
Superintendent W. N. Clifford of the city
schools has-gune to Deadwnod. 8. IV where
this week he will give a svrtes of ten lec
tures before a convention ot teachers. -
Mra Dora Proflltt, wife of B. F. Proffltt,
who was recently paroled from St. Ber
nard's hospital, was yesterday ordered
committed to the state asylum at Clarlnda.
Franklin J. Crowell and Nora Harr'.s-on,
both from Seward, Neb., were married In
this city yesterday, the ceremony being
performed by Rev. Henry DeLong at the
county court house.
Edward Walker, driver at No. 4 engine
house, who waa recently operated on for
appendicitis at th Edniundson Memorial
hospital, has recovered suiticlently to be
removed to his horn.
Mrs. Stella May Setzer, wife of J. M.
Setzer, V37 Seventh nvenue, died at a late
hour Friday night, aged 24 years. Besides
her husband he leaves two children. The
body will b taken today to Peru, Kan.,
MsnTers of the Danish Brotherhood and
Danebo society will assemble this after
noon at 1:30 at the Danish hall to attend
In a body the funeral of the late Jens
Andersen to be held at 2:80 o'clock from the
Mrs. P. -A. Dunbar, 232 Bouth Ninth street,
arrived home yesterday from Kansas,
where she was called by the death of her
father. Her mother, Mrs. McCoy, accom
panied her home and will take up her resi
dence In this city.
Peto Foley, tho verdant youth from Maine
wlio was ne-cei out or lis by two con
fluence sharks In a Broadway saloon Fri
day, wss sent yesterday rejoicing on his
way to San Francisco. To protect him
from again being buncoed while In the city
i in Your indepen
a systematic effort
collar or more 1 will
BAXKKIW, where it is to
credit. I am then to receive an order (KKL'12) on The Omaha Dally
Bee, having a face value of 60 cents. The order to he exchangeable for
Want Ad Advertising In all classifications except Real Estate.
Chief Richmond h1 Foley escorted to ths
1oMt and flnced on the train by one rt
the police force. The money which Chief
Hlchiiinnd recovered I ns leen sent to B,in
Fram Isco to awn't Foley's arrival there.
County Trcaadrer Mitchell, with mi ad
men ted force of rln ks. hud sll the work
he could attend to Inst week. Saturday
Tvp.s. the trst y 'or psylna times without
the penalty, nnil there wss a rush eveiy
day in the we-.-k of taxnayers.
William Pstes. sn employe nf the Union
Pacino. was knocked down and Injured by
a swlich engine In the yards of the North
western Just south of the Hroadway depot
last evening. I ales wss rut spoilt the head
and was taken to Mercy hospital.
Robert W. Jennings and Ada ('. Jennings,
both from Shenandoah, csm to Council
Bluffs yesterday, secured a mnrrlsge license
and had the ceremony pc-formed by Rev.
Henry Delmg. They had bee divorced,
but decided to make up and try It over
During the month of March S"2 transfer
of real estate, with an aggregate consider
ation of !1.0M.321.4. were (lied for record.
This shows sn Increase over the same
month for If-, when 330 transfers were
recorded, with a total consideration ot
Lester Green and Dollle White, a young
colored couple, who secured a marriage
license on Janusry 1, were msrrled yester
day by Rev. Henry Delaong at his othce
In th court house, sickness 01 tne nrvie
was responsible for the delay in the couple
Bnmrer Knox, who recently returned from
Arkansas, was taken to the Edmundson
Memorial hospital yesterday wnere n
underwent an operation made neccsssry
by sn Injury sustained during the Philip
pine campaign In which he served as a
member of the Fifty-first Iowa volunteers.
Mrs. Ineeborg Oondmanson, wife of Iver
Ooodmanson, 18 South Tenth street, died
Friday evening, seed 44 years. Hesioes ner
husband she Is survived by three daughter.
The funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon
at 3 o'clock from the Pnnlsh Lutheran
churclm-nd burial will be In Falrvlew ceme;
Lulu Nelson, a 15-year-old rMri, who bs
been living with an aunt rear Underwood,
was yeetirdny ordered committed to th
Olrls' Industrial hol at Mltchellvllle.
The arlrl had been abandoned bv her mother
and father and evidence before the court
showed she had started on the downward
One of the twenty-three suits for labor
hrouaht ssalrst the Bloomer Artificial Ice
and Cold Storage company and E E. Bayers,
c n trse tor. has by stipulation been trans-
rrlpted from the Justice court to the dis
trict court. The other twenty-two suits will
deend on th outcome of the one taken
to the district court
We always look to the Interest of our
customers, no matter how small a Job of
wall papering mny be. We see that you gt
the best paper and the best work for your
money. Borwlck, 211 South Main street.
, Old Lavranlt Decided.
CRESTON, la., March 80. (Speclnl.)-jftlie
of the most Important civil cases that hag"
ever ' beeii ' tried In this city and one In
which the litigation has been stretched out
over a period of twelve years was ended
raiitiBf sun iiuiui .., ...... -
down by Judge McPherson of the federal
court. The suit was on brought by John
and Ella Hall of this city against J. B.
Market of Omalin, H. rl. Clark, sr., of San
Diego. Cal.. and H. 8. Clark, Jr., of Mitchell.
Neb., for the sum of 320 000, alleging that
at one time the plaintiffs owned a large
number of shares In the Creston Ice com
pany and that when th Creston Water
Works company started In business! a con
spiracy wa entered Into by the defendant
lo depreciate the stork of tho Ice compnny
and render valueless the stork of the plain
tiffs In order to get the business of the lco
company for themselve The attorneys for
the defense found a number of K-pal de
fects In the case as It had been brought to
trial by the defendants and on the stiength
Of these defects Judge McPherson directed
the Jury to rertrrn a verdict for the defend
ants and dismissed tbe case.
Ternstaala for laterorlian,
CRESTON. Ia lvLirch 80. (Special.) A
meeting wa held Wednesday evening fit
which A. E. Parks, manager of the Da
Moines, Wintcrset & Creston Interurbali '
road, and a number of th leading citizen
of tne city were present ana urrw
plan for ecurlng terminal facilities In th
city, the expense to be borne by popular
subscription. This method l token by th
citizen to aid in th ecuring cf a new
road. The citizen will attempt to rale
110.000 for this purpose, which will be put
In the hands of a committee of the citizen
with - Instruction., to purchase suitable
grounds for terminal and turn them over
to the railroad company when the construc
tion work Is finished.
Iowa New Kote.
MAONOIJA-At a stockholders' meeting
Of the Mugnolla Creamery compnny re
cently the plant was le-ised to W. S. Bifduff
of Omaha. J. D. Stuart will be the local
IaOGAN Thomas Young hss filed a bill
of sale by which he transfnrs his Wood
bine grocery store to Gale Mills of Logan,
the consideration being 3.1,260. This is one
of the largest groceries In the county.
Arno'd Bennett of Woodbine will b th
manager of the store.
Be Want Ads for Business Booster,
and bring to us the
and the greatest
Tho Omaha Dally Doe
Bank, No. . I agree to begin
to save, and when it contains one
present it to MAVDKX liIU)8.'
be unlocked and contents placed to my
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