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TIIK OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: APRI: 14. 1007.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
Office, 10 I'emri
MIMtllt MK TMIV
Btoclirt s- IU carpets.
Sine engravings at I.efTrt's.
Ed Rogers' Tony Faust brer.
Fee. Schmidt s elegant new photos.
m luiiiiiiitK huh f"aiiiiK. t"11; ojii.
1-ewlH Cutler, funetal dnecl"f, phone 7.
Woodrtng Undertaking company, Tel. 1
PKTF.BS.LN BCHOKNINU KK1.I. R'.'GH.
Watch repairing. O. Mauthe, 22 YVest
, MAMnNHS Ad AN I N V I'STM liN T.
vrflALh. To LliFh KKT ACOl.T IT.
J Oocarts, folding and reclining, all kinds
fc.ni! 9. e, lit till- l..-.t:U p'Mblblc prices, il.
YV. Keller, luS a. Main.
Jarelclnlei. i ami ferneries In now an
tettety al very low rlce. C. K. Alexan
der, 3.13 ll'Way. 'lei.
Going to IU tii.it o. ili.sun with limiting?
Cnji at Stock ui t a ami a..,, the ,,cw stock,
ll a fine and worth vour time to see it
Oflli lals of the Illinois Central iiillroad
rcpoiied the theft of a ha r-l i f wa. say
fro. n a. iur In thv yard I-i nlay night.
BCDVN tiSk.K Hui'lLf I) tii-.KK IS
8KKY LD (JNbl AT KIP. j'p CM. ASS BAU.S
AND CA1LS. I.. iUK-jlCNFLID i O., A:ts.
Mi a. Donald Mnc-ran left Thursdaay even
ing lor Y uHhiiiKton, 1. C, to alien. I the
meting of the imunliK'ia of tup A nan
The .Mil. in n mill, I of St. Paul s F.: Isco-
pal rhuirh will iiii ( t Monday a' te-i no n I
eiihe t evidence of Mis. ( '. K. Tyler, Ml
Mr. ni!,1 Mm. Chaih s Mil mm Id of
iSionx rails, H. I. urrr ihe (j-u lust
V-ee'i nf Mr. M. D nib' s parents, Jlr. unci
kits. ( haiirs W. .b I maid.
'il.i- Id-al-Ilust i' . .1 in. a city will piny
a do lint- iiHrtdcr this a.te.n oon with H;i(.. s
riii.lni;' oi iiniaaa at toe liull park on
Sixteen:!, uvi-n . The lit at game w ill be
caned at 2 p in
John tclnlioi ii. it liiiiner nu-uiUr of the
Hilli'o in-f an I familiarly k.i.wn ns
Long joi n, " li.i uiKo oi tin' f,n t Hint nc.
sta.t's nix feet right inches in his i-t cK
Iiin li ei, liaM la- n i .-aj noliiifd on the
'Ini' W'oroen a t'hr! .tian association will
(lc a .iuiy I'ac.ida) uii,i at ti,
i'ooKc (.lanli in U1..1 y. parti' 1h f,,r
he 1 cli :l,t of toe tn-H hoaiiilal an.i in.
dicatioiH are theie will he
The Mro iiepaitniint w,"
lii, moi'iiiiiK al i'i.jI o'cluiii
a lir in an empiy im.k.i
Noi thwi sii : n yatua. T'tai
l VI J 14. g..
I' ailed yeste:
(ill ill t.ie
IpM Hfe tie-
lleVed to he 1 ' ' i uiFiolc fm
fee. lit Iiich In l.elglit cars.
tnia and o;her
I lie cane ailio-t J. itni K. I.awren
tha'god Py nuiinl tiltlcr- ll'Tlier wl'h
Vloiaiiui.' tun I'Oirip'.s:,! y eilurailun law tiv
ni.1 H'intttt, 1.18 iu-y w I'-old sol ti M-li i.
Was Cilllilllli u ill JllslL'l'- rre i -.s conn
JiSl' Ulil.' IOI tWU W'KS. it I.IIW.C. I "
ahlcles liy II. .s J to, n:s.. i-, f0!,.j Hi.. a. to
athool It la lih' iy tne cane wi I b ilioppeil.
Calrmati N nuswi t th u' ;i,e x c.tivu
eomioltle. of tin- i o nine: dal ch.'.i is ;e
lug fairly limndti ted wita :ippl ca'.i n
from ie:soiiH necking the p. nit. n ot m u-
tt.ary ot tlie dun sua e the aim mm . !
t Air. it i eil s rest 41. a i ion sas caae s -v-ral
of tin' ii inl l. a i urn , are f'u.t iui of-
ti v n mei:, but tin- n.ajoi ity
H (i Metier. !:. K Smlti. C. ;,.
Woi.d, A. Ii. ll'H.aill, S. .e it 1 1 ii i J.
Gfeeilsnielil were 1 1 , ipll llel". 1 yi(.;el'ia.
fcuiei.ir I'annii is uh a jury iu I'-u.i 'inn I:
leihtr. 1 by the 0:..nlia Council III
fii'iel Haliwaiy compaii.v on ach - de
:.a i .g.it-t way lnuii the 'M .ria or
Ireny udditi ni to tie river. The laud he
me Marsn estate atlu lie Jury
valuo of per aero iiuou ;t.
J'lu- (MiiiiBitiv wauls Ini feet on iiicii slu.'
for the put pose, it in stated. v( iil.lm: In
the iippioach to i.s Lridg.
Plu mo.id Klniin on I'nsy 'trrioa.
The ong''V;ement si aaon is now open and
every young lady can have the diamond
ring to which she Is entitled when we are
Genuine diamond, l karat, vely bril
liant set, M karat fancy Tiffany mount
ing for $100.
Ueiui'no cut diamonds, in H knrnt gold,
fancy mountings for Jl'J.Oa. Slb'll and H5ao.
, Perfect tut white diamond, ' karat, set
In 14 kar.it gold, fancy Tiffany mounting,
's. karat, brilliant white atone, act In 14
karat g ild Tiffany mounting for $.18 00.
knrat perfect wuite dlaniond. Bet in
14 karut gold Tiffany mounting for 75.0o.
See them In our window.
LKFFK.HTS, 4"J Hroadway.
Are you looking for something new In
Wall paper new patterns, new styles? If
you really want something up-to-date Just
call at norwickH. 211 B. Main. You w ill
have no trouble In finding what you want.
Clerks who understand their trade will
Walt on you and help you make your se
laotViun. lotectlon Against iettlni( Sonkrd.
Protection Against Getting Soaked We
are sole agents for Huttlg's Rubber Roof
ing In "this section. It la . nut Ihe moat
costly roofing on the market hut there Is
none better for the purpose used. If you
have a Hat roof It is Just the thing, cheaper
than shingles fur It sells at 12.25 a square
and will l.mt nearly as long. C. Hater
Lumber Co., Council Bluffs, Ia.
A I. oxer of Art
Especially If he has home proclivities will
admire our recent Invoices of papers for
Wall, hall and celling. Naturally there
are thousands ot pattern offered us sev
eral times a year. YVe select what we
think will suit you. One visit and a long;
look will show whether or not we are pre
pared to meet your needs. Jensen & Nlco
laleen, iK West Broadway.
ICE CREAM SEASON NOW OPEN.
BEND IN YOCR ORDER 8. YVE ARE
READY TO FILL Tli EM I. MCCCI Jll
HROADWAY, COUNCIL, BLUFFS IA
Jarvls sells tht rurest wines.
Removal and closing out sale of
paper, burlap and wall decorations,
twres, mirrors and art goo.ls. YV. 8. He
eon, Masonic temple. Council Bluffs.
YonnsT Coni.le "urprlae Friends.
Oeorge R. YY'heeler. son of Mrs. Loi
Wheeler,' 707 First avertiue, and Miss Ina
P. Abdlll. d-iughter of Mr. and Mrs. YV. F.
Abdilt, iJl sixth avenue, surprised their
friends by being married Friday evening
Bind keeping the fact f om their resieectjve
parents until Saturday morning. The cere
mony was performed by Rev. II. YV. Starr
at St. Paul's Episcopal rectory. Mr. and
Mrs. YVheeler will for the present make
their rionie with the former's mother at
lu7 First avenue. Mr. Wheeler is employed
With the Nebraska Moline Plow rompany
In Omaha and Ins bride was a stenographer
u the offices of another Implement flrm In
A. A. CLARK a CO.
vi ami 31
And 'mltcl Security at one-iialf the Ukual ratios.
Twenly years tif surces,sf ul busT.iess.
roniepr Main mid Hroadway, Over American Kxirest,.
No rnnlion with Clark Mortgaj;e Co.
Botb TkOBM SIT. JaTO. F. TIWI.ET,
St. Trl. 43.
SALUUN CASES ALL CO OVER
Judje Unab'a to Hear Cottemp: Frocretl
incs Aeaint Frown at 1 his Tim.
MfY NOT BE REACH. D B.FORE JU'.E
n litis Mnat He llenril He fore fialoon
Injnnctliina Ire Tried They Are
All of 1 hem Unas I p
I The runti-rapt nase Bsalnst J. Urown, the
' snlnon rrui1'-r Horn Kansiis". was post
i poii' d liuK-liniifly yi st'-nlny in district
court, and wl'li H iv til all of the Injunc
tion su.ts aiiaiii.it MiloonkciU'i a In this
illy and county. Juokp Wheeler slated
: h( wo.jld, if iiswlhle, take up the contempt
ma'.ti r a.fter he was through with the Jury
;.. As Judge W liccler made a second
afli;nuient of law aua.-a yesterday ex
ie:.iliiig up to May l.'i. and atatcd he would
; make a third HflKtimi nt later, Ilrown a
he had tipfore June 1.
The poHl i x irii'i nt n t was due to the fact
that the healing In the bank choik case of
l-'t ri' sl .eKeinan against the Council
!:!eT, Pav'nt'.s and the Crawford County I
.-lute hanks was Ptlll occupying the at- I
tentlon of the co .rt yesterday. As out-of- j
town ntloi ii' s are engaged In the ens.' ;
hearing in ordi
Itroivn and hi
we iv In coin,
hltiis'lf as not
iniH' iiniii t.ietit .
d dined to continue the
- to lake up the Hiown ,
sattorney, N. A. Crawford.
:nd the former expressed
nl nil satisfied with the
Mr. Crawford said: "V
do not want Mr
for till delay,
that If th re Is i
We want It
tiv ildny the
torney Is re "risible for 11."
This from Atl"i'it"" Crawford caused the
court lo ream k, "1 do not understand that
Mr lit 'V n Is hci used nf or is In any way
r.a p.'ti-.ble for the pes'. I'onenH nt of this
.a.-". It hiia sin. ply I'cen impossible to
vein h it."
".Iiout when do you tlilnk ynu will be
ihroiiRh '.villi the Jury cases?" asked Mr.
i raw ti rd of the . ourt.
hard to ! 1! al this time. I can
a'out the mlillle o fMay. It
I. bout the
that the Jury nil! be held until
lltsl of June and the equity
he lnk."i up after that. I w ll
ourt as In; g as It i.s n "saiy
of the business." iepllnl tho
c,.;,;i. ic i
in s v.
it . ;U i:;
ns-imraeiit made yesterday are a
o1 c; initial rases. 1 he llrst crlm-m-
asslita. il is that of Mrs. Rmlly
i. rib Hies: ', (l.aiitid wi ll practicing
1 . ithoui a litense. Thht caae is
next Tl uisdny. The trial i,f I'm
Htul A' 'bur l-vl o:i the ciairge of
holding up and robbing the crews of two
motor cars at the easl end of the biidg'!
neatly two ears ago Is set for May l'
but ihe.ro is no certainty that It will be
held al that d.ue of during the present
Apislriiiincirt of Cases.
This Is the assignment made yesterday:
Mot,da. April !.' Ax.
If A I ursi'll et .1.
Tiiesilay, April l'i Slnte of I. wa
F.nniv i . Uiisee. Stute of Iowa
Johetines Kahle r.
Wedinsoav. Aptil 17- William Deet Ing
Co. ni:aliiHi G. W. Kasslng ot nl.
Ti.eieaii..- A iti-il I. I'.sih.r llnidv et al.
agalnBt c'l'.y of Council iilifis. State of
I Iowa against Arthur Soutl'w.-ll. (
Fiielay, Apr, I lie i ren a. v. i.umin ugBion :
Estate- Of Samuel Rlhner. '
Monday. April 22 -li. H. Jackson ngiin-t
Chicago Great Western Hallway Company
et al , si e.clal; S. M. l liaamon aga list
Chicago Great Western Kaii.oad Com-
' T-.e'selav. April 23-Omnha & Council ,
tth.fls Strei't Katlwny Company ngauist
I eo A. illaril. liilon paclllc Toa Com- :
panv against Gent go M. Van Patton. appeul. .
Uednes.lay. April. 21-Clark Moiagage)
Con. panv ugalnal G. W. Hayes, appeal; 1
J. V. Hinglia.n against Jacob Stein. I
ThiitHilav. April Lie -1 :i: .thet 11 h lower ,
against Contlneiilal Casualty Company.
sAimiav. Ai.rll '.-;-W. S. Coot-r against
Mary I). Str.-et i l al.
Mondav, April .Mime mnnf
Nebraska Teh-phone. Company, Ma y I
Coffnian analtiHt City of c'ouncll Hlufls.
Tueselliy, April ,;o- Blllle- Ol iov.k uh."""
R. S I'.cuihuri, Stale of Iowa ngaiuHi 11. o.
LV.-I .. . t
Wednesday-, May 1-State of Iowa against
George Mathesen, Maggie Hansen against
Hurry Searle. Jr.
Tburselav, May 2-R. F. McKesson against
National Cash Register Company. A. W .
Ellsworth against Peter YV. Cramer.
Saturday. May 4 Rudolph Toiler (mil
panv against 1". M. Phillips et al
Mondav, May li-MaJo: F. Woodward
against 1 imaha eSr Council Bluffs Railway
unci Budge. Company et nl., John A. Moyer
against Council Bluffs Nursery Company,
''I'ueselay. May 7 Denver Harris against
Esiaie of D. J. Fogarty. Becial.
Wednesday, May x-Mary A. '1 hompson
against Wabash 'Kualwav Company. Niels
Hansen against The Union Transfer Com
Thursday, May Kr-Stnte of Iowa
G Henry S. Smith. Slate of Iowa
Arthur U'1, John Doe.
Friday. May b-Si.:t of Iowa against
l'e i'1-..w-e. Arthur Ievl.
M, .0. lav. Mav 12 U P. Nichols
Chicago,' Milwaukee ex St. Paul
Company et al., sieeclal.
Turseliiy, May 14-C. A. Flowe-,
trator. against Chicago Grruet
Railway Company it ah, special.
Wednesday, May li Nellie
YVeetern Buckley i
against F. T. C. Johnson.
House c le aning becomes a pleasure to the
wife If she Is assured of somctUeVa new
to add to her home. One of our Electrlo
1-aii.ps Is Just the thing-it will add to the
pleasure and convenience of the whole
family. YVe have a tine assortment on
special sale at J10.U) each, regular prices
from $15 00 to I25.U0. See them In our
Hankers Meet In May.
The semi-annual meeting; of Group No.
j of the Iowa Banker's association will be
held in this city Thursday. May 16. The
serious will be be Id at the Grand hotel.
The coniiultti-e on arraiigementa consists
of C. E i'rle and E. E. Hart of this city.
P. Potter of Harlan. I.. D. Goodrich
of Red Oak. .1 . L. Lake of Shenandoah and
I C J. Pallet a. in of Denmark.
I The program has not yet been completed,
but among the sp.-uUeis will be Emmet
Tlnley of lllis oily and Congnasman Walter
1. Smith, wnu will addres sthe meeting
H3R:3, CURE anJ
on "Cungri'halonal I.eK'.latlon Affect InK
Hiitik'.tiR." Mr. TlnUy will d. ilicr the ad-
i'tBs ot wrlconip. 'i'l.e vlal'lim lAiiki-rsi
wl.l he put. -r 'aim d at l inchpon In the
middle of the day Ly the local menilipra
The territory t-iiihmecd In (Jronp i In
chidea the follow Itik ten counties: Votta
watianil". Harrison. t'awa. Motititomery,
fiawford. Mills. I'ae, Shelby, Audubun
Itpfor fretting your upholstering:, mat
tress making, repairing and reftnlshlng
done get the prices of the Morgan t'p
ho'sterlng Co., Xll Hroadway, next to Alex
ander's art More. T1. for quick orders.
Hi 11, 313; lnd., 370 red.
1'ure grape Juke. Jaryia' store.
F. A. SPENCER.
Plumbing, steam and gas fitting, furnace
and sheet metal work, galvanlied Iron cor
nice, skylight, tin roofing, gutter, spouting
and repairing. Oreen End Norfolk furnacea
FUst-claas mechanics In all brandies.
Iloth telephones No. 6(90. log West Uroad
ay. Council Bluffs, la.
First Presbyterian church, R-v. Marcus
P. McClure, pastor, morning service at
10 30 o'clock, sermon subject, "Not Ashamed
of the toapl;" Illble school at noon, In
terni'tllate society at 4 p. m.. Toung Pe -pl's
society nt- 6 So p ni., evening s.'rvlce
at 7:30 o'clock, sermon subject. "A Wed
ding Garment." Midweek prayer meeting
St John's Knghsh Lutheran church. Itev.
G. W. Snyder, pa-stor. Preaching services
nt 11 a. m. and 8 p. rn Mornimr sermon
subject. "Chuivh Government;" evening
aernion subject "The Shepherd and the
Fold." Sunday school at 9 46 a. m. and
young jieoplo s meetlrig at 7:S p. m.
First Church of Christ. Scientist, will hold
services at 11 a. m. In the auditorium if
the public, library building, when the sub
ject wtil be "Doctrine of Atonement." Sun
day school will be at 1J .15. The usual mid
week testimony meeting will b held
Werlnesciiy evening nt S o'clock.
First Congregational church, corner Sev
enjli avenue end Sixth street. Pr. Otter
bein O. Smith, pastor. Morning worship
nt lo Hi, vesjrs from 5 to o'clock; no 7:3)
service; Sunday sch ol nt noon, midweek
service Wtvlnesilay evening at 8, Yming
?bn's Foiinightly club Monday evening.
All young men invited. Morning subject.
"The D'vlne Girt of TJeauty." Vesper mes
sage, ' Tie Pure In Heart." Special music
morning am! evening.
First Christian church. Rev. J. A. Mr
Kenzle. pastor. Illble fchool at 9:43 a. m.,
rreachitir; service at 11 a. m., sermon BUb
Jcct, "Home First;" communion service at
noon, mrctlrg of Kndeavor sorlety at 7 p.
la., preaching service at S p. m., senuon
: r.bjc(.t, "rives nud Iizarus." Sj-ei'lal mu
sic at t th services.
St. I'auI'H episcopal church. Rev. It. W.
Starr, rector. He- otid Sunday after Kiisthr;
i a. in., holy communion; 10 31 B. in., morn
ing prayer and sermon; 12 in., Kunday
sdio il; X p. m., evening prayer and f-rmon.
lort ing t-'plc. "Is Mis. Fxldy or tha Chrls-
t an Church Most In Accord with
tore?" Hvening topic, "The Truest
fai tor of Mankind."
Lest Kentucky whlaky. Jarvls.
West Knd lolKf
Yes. we have 3X nice, high, level lots,
very desirably loca-ted. for all classes of
people doing hualness or employed In either
Omaha or Council Bluffs.
Contemplated Improvements in the vicin
ity will double the values within
months. Buy now and the pr. fit Is yours.
1 i e can give you a single lot or a d;ock
of lot3 together If desired.
Gr t your friends to Join you and form a
j new neighborhood of ye ur own choice.
A few houses also for sale on the easy
' payme nt plan.
Prices are right and the terms of pay
ment will be male to suit your purposes.
Call and le t us show you. C. C. Clifton
' Company, .rm8 Broadway, Co. Bluffs. R" th
. 'phones 7M.
nnralar Visits Txxo Resldenees. j
A burglar entered the home of R. A.
Barhman at 1S17 Second avenue Friday nnd
stole a watch valued at J45 and $1.35
In cash. The fellow took Mr. Rachman'a
watch from beside his bed. but as the case
wan only a silverlne one, discarded It and
left It on the dining room table. Tho
watch, while only having a silverlne case.
Is valued by its owner at tW. Entrance
was effected by the kitchen door, which,
it Is supposed, the burglar opened with a
skeleton key. The burglar left both the
kitchen and the front door, by which he
left the house, wide open. Mr. Rachman'a
son was awakened, presumably by the
-nnlse of tho thief opening the front door.
He noticed the house felt cold, as the wind
was blowing clenr through It. and start'-d
to Investigate. The two open doors showed
the house had been visited and Investigation
led to the discovery of the theft of the
watch and money.
The residence of Jamea E. Corwln nt 151(1
Seventh avenue was also visited by a bur
glar Friday night who secured a gold watch
and a small sum eef money. Here entrance
was effected through a window. Mr. Cor
wln awoke In time to see the thief making
his exit thremgh the window. This hap
pened about 1 o'clock and the police were
riotlfleel. but a search of the neighborhood
failed to reveal the burglar.
Crow, Taylor, Peprer, Gordon. XBJ-rta.
I want your repair work and I am will
ing to earn It by giving you the best
Jewelry or watch work In the city, and at
the most reasonable prices. Bring In your
watches, clock, broken Jewelry and let me
prove my assertion. O. Mauthe, 228 W.
Hoys Go to Industrial School.
Reginald and George Blake, ag-d 12 and
9 years, respectively, seins of George
Blake, 912 Twenty-second avenue, weio
taken before Judge YY'heeler yesterday In
the Juvenile division of the district couit
by Rev. Henry De Jxing. probation officer.
The mother of the lads died several years
ago, and as the father Is away from home
working every day. they have been left
to run wild. Friday night they were
found sleeping in a Great YY'estern box
car and were turned over to the police.
Judge Wheler decided they would be bet
ter off by far at the state school at Kldora
and they were taken there last night by
Deputy Sheriff McCaffery.
Canned fruits on sale at Uarte! A Miller's.
No saloon at Jarvls' store.
nrlelaeniaa llnrt In R oneway.
YV. A. Brldgeman. a gardener living
about thre miles east of the city, was
severely Injured In a runaway uccldent
on Broadway yesterday afternoon. He
was driving a team of young, spirited
horse hitched to a farm wagon. At
Bryant street the horses started on a
run and Brldgeman was unable to control
them. They dashed acj-oss the street,
swerving Just as they reached the side
walk. The wagon struck the curb and
Brldgeman was thrown, striking on bU
bead and shoulders. When picked up
Brldgrmun was unconscious, but soon
came to. He had a deep rut In the h'aJ
I over the left ear and 9 number of smaller
I cuts and bruises. He compla.'ied of the
, pain In his head aud was taken to tha
Kdmumlson hospital In the police ambu
lance, ills condition last night as re
ported to be critical
The team continued on Its career until
It struck a telephone pole at the "corner
of Proadway and Fourth street, -fter col
liding with a delivery wacon belonging ta
C. Morgan. The wagon was badly broken
and one of the horses was Injur-d about
the fore legs. It la said that only a few
months ago Brtdgeman was somewhat
severely Injured by the same team run
Jatvls' for bottled bond rye.
CENTRAL. FI-iOl'R, $1. PER SACK;
EVERT SACK WARRANTED, CENTRAL.
AND MEAT MARKET.
J. W. and Elmer E. Mlnnlrk.
R4 South Main. Hoth 'phones-
Greatest Ice saver on the market the
Alaska refrigerator. Petersen A Schoe
nlng. Jarvls" Is headquarters for pure goods.
Heal Ratnte Transfers.
These transfers were reported to The Hee
April 13 by the Pottawattamie County Ab
stract company of Council llluffs:
William Lewis and wife to Arthur C.
I. ew1a, se1-. 4S-74-. w. d llo.iK.l
James akeiield to Ixnila S. Skellon,
nw4 nw1, 2-77-44, w. d 1.932
8. M. lllff to Edwin B. Puryear, lot
9. in block 6, In town of Oakland.
Ia.. w. d 1.35"
Hui.lah Sandlland. trustee, to Charles
Schmidt. e of lots X. 9 and 1", In
block 34, In town of Avoca. t. d. .. Lou)
Clarence H. Hafer and wife to
Charles W. Pnt gburn. lot 4. In block
2s, In Central subdivision of Council
HlulTs. Ia , w. d.
Nellie Woodburv and husbnud to C.
M. Hoie, lots , 7. S. 9. 1". 11. 13.
14 and If., in block 1. In Webster's
llrst add. to Council Pi'.ifYs. In.,
w. d 8i
Ralph G. Smith and wife to lsora C.
Orton, lot 4. in block 7, In town of
Oakland. Ia., w. d 300
Annie Toller to John K. Toller, lot
II, In block 3, In Hughes & Doni
phan's add. to Council Hlufls, Ia.,
w. d 260
Jessica J. Sledentopf and husbnnd and
1-ileti M S. Hans and husband.
Frank S., to Louisa Notcross, i c ri. 2.K
Geoige S. Wright to C. S. Leff.rts.
lots 9. 10. 11. 12, 13 and 14. In block
2. In Wright's add. to Council Bluffs.
Ia., q. c. d
Ten transfers, total
Jarvls sells bonded whisky.
Who In passing 103 S. Main has ever no
ticed that at K3 Is a building with four
floors, 25xKo teet, filled with house furnish
ings of all kinds carpets, rugs, mattings,
oilcloth, linoleum, window shades, lace cur
tains, gasollno stoves, refrlgerati rs,
ranges, all kinds of furniture, dishes, pic
tures -nythlr.g you want In house furnish
ings; credit or cash? You must see for
yourself to appreciate this great stock. If
you Investigate Mr. Keller's prices you will
be surprised to see how low and reason
able they are. Before y u buy It will pay
you to call.
Jarvls. 'Phone 1
All llcpiors pure.
I ni.lKFI SOCIETY
Clnb Meellnata Oecnny a Most Con
Mr. and Mrs. U A. Casper have returned
from their winter' sojourn In California.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cass leave Monday
morning for an extended visit to Col villa.
The Protn card club will be entertained
Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Adolph Bene),
j 2 Frank street.
.Mrs. Hugh Hamilton of Montana la tne
guest of her sister, Mrs. C. S. Andrews, on
Mul nlngalde avenue.
The C. M. L. club will be entertained
Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Flank
Knelst. 7;i3 Mill street.
Mrs. CInra G. Biiawn and daughter
Eleanor, left YVednesday nfternoon for Rn
extended trip to Seattle, YY'ash.
Mrs. Flora Jensen and children of YY'a- .
hoo. Neb , are the gue's of Mrs. Jensen's
sister, Mrs. Otto Y'ogeler, U)17 Sixth avenue
Mrs. T. A. Barker of this city baa gone ,
to Denver, Colo., where alio will visit
her fathe r and brother for two or three i
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Carse entertained at ;
a theater parly Wedr.es jay evening at lie
Boyd In honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. YV'ent-'
Mr. J. L. YY'allnce of Denver, Colo., who j
has been the guest of his mother and sis- j
ter on Mill street for some time, returned
to his home Friday evening. I
Mrs. George E. Hulelte, 4a7 Park avenue, !
left We-cliiesilay afternoi'ii for Lou An- 1
geles, Cat., wrmre she will visit with her
daughter. Mlts G.rlrude H.iiette.
Miss Minnie Robinson of 7u3 South Sev
enth street entertained Friday evening at
a tnisceilanoeius shower In honor of Miss
Lyi.e; Maiilu, whose we-Jdmg will taka
place In the near future.
Dr. T. B. i-ttcoy, Mr. Hrnry Atkins and
Mrs. J. B. Atkina have returned f.i m a
two weeks' trip to Canaela. Their stay
was shortened on account of the condi
tion of Mrs. Atkins health.
Mr. J. Wentweirth C'arse nnd family of
Deadwood, S. 1).; Mr. and "Ir. YV. C.
i'otts mid family of Lincoln. Neb., and
Mr. John Carse, who Is attciiuing the Ne
braska slate unlierfclty, are the guests of
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. li. Carse,
I thin Fourth avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Carse, l') Fourth
avenue, participated In a very happy re
union of their entire family during the
past week, the occasion nelng the removal
of their eldest son, Mr. J. Wentwoith
Carse, from lead wood, S. D., to Evans
ton. YVyo., where he has recently been
elected canhler of the Evanston National
Mrs. Frank Capell, 405 Olen avenue, en
tertained the members of the "COU " club
Friday afternoon at her home. Luncheon
was served at 1 o'clock, after which th
guests were the participants In a game
of cards. The prizes were awareb-d to
Mrs. ci.urles Say leu, w ho held tho highest
score, and Mrs. L. Francis the necond
Mrs. George YY'esley, 112 Angle venue,
was hostess of the Economical Cnrel club
Friday afternoon at her borne. Th-? aft
ernoon was delightfully spent at cards,
Mrs. A Mitchell being the winner of the
first prize and Mrs. Hahn the second prize.
The club will have as its hostess Friday
aftiTtioon, Mrs. C. 11 Gilbert, 1104 Fifth
Mr. and Mrs. Gunnison of 417 South
First street we-re tendered a farewell sur
prise party Friday evening by about
twenty of their friends. The e etili.g
was spent at games and music. A beaut I
( i silver e haling dWh wjj presented to
Mr. and Mrs. Gunnison, who will leave
Saturday for California, where they will
make their home.
The Klatter klub was entertained Frlda,
anernonn by Miss Ada Saraent m he
. . .
home. gl7 Mecond avenue. The afternoon
was spent at six-hand euohreMrs Cotter
being awarded the first prise and Miss
Nina Meyers the second prise. Th-
guests' prise wns awarded to Miss nian.-li
Y an Brunt. Dainty ref reshments were
! served nt the close of the gume.
1 Mrs. YY'allace She-pard. 61 'j Fifth avenue,
' entertained the members of the Euchre
club Thursday aftermxm. Mrs. Koker or
Chicago was awarded H,e guests' prize ami
: Mrs. Charles W'oodl.urv the club prlne.
A'e r t,i. pr.nes we're awarded, dainty re-
' freshments were served. The i.ib wlil
be entertained Friday afternoon by Mrs.
, B M Sargent, ti" Second avenue.
1 Mr. and Mrs Perry Black entertained
the members of the Beatrice rlub Frl lay
evening at their homa. Twenty-four mem
bers were present. The rooms were taste
fullv ileooiated with roses. A dain.y
luncneon was served, after which pro- '
gresslve high five was participated In. i
Mrs. A. P. Fair being awarded the first j
prize an. I Mr. Norene the second prize
! The Book Ixivers club was entertained I
YY'eelnesday afternoon bv Mrs F. T. True. I
Seeon.t avenue. The -ubjeet of d:s-
cusslon was Georiie Meredith In comnarl- I
s..n with Browning anl George Klliot
Be freshments w ere served St ihe close of
the meeilrg The club will meet YVe 1nes- '
nav arternoon at the heeme of Mrs. True
Flliabeih Barrett Browning bHr.g the s ;b-
Jeci of discussion.
The Florldara Card club was enter's Ine.t
Thursday afternoon by Mrs William li.nt.
1 .S Seventh avenue Th. afternoo i wi
j aia-nl at cr.l ,;rs Crutnb being awarded
I the Krsi prii and Mrs. Mullingei the t-
ord prize. Light r fn sh-ie t-t we---servel
at the close of the iiii'i" M'
i W . F. . 1 la w son, V. Th 1 r l a ven i - 1 ' I 1
i terlaln the club. t"-'t!'.er .tti tue,t ..as.
1 ban. Is. Monday exenlng.
T'ie Cntt ol e women of t'ois eltv entet
laini'l nt a card party Tue-day afternn.ni
n I St Mh' V s
a !,..;: ,!.k b
J. . ,.,a.
I '. sent.
Mis . He
al w a s
c. I ve.
w ere an a r.l' d
I he first pi t jte,
onj prlt". and
.ellv. W h'
rge La is
tl e "Cut
for all " After the game a dainty
Mr. and Mrs Alet Tipton. 10 Norlh
: Tw t-nty-tif th str."t. entertained a numb. 1
of relatives. ftiends and relgubors
Wednesday evening at a o clock dinner
In honor of their fort v-elgbth wedding an
iilverssry. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tipton were mar
j rled nt Macomb. 111. Apnl h. K.9 A
1 number of their neighbors learn nc of th
event, gathered at their home later in ttie
.evening t.n.l gave the aged couple a gc n
' nine surprise.
The women of St. Paul s guild entertained
at dinner Friday evening at the nome of
Mrs. Emniett Ttnley. UVI Willow avn'ic
There ere about m guests present. The
I committee for the entei talntnent wile Mrs.
1 lb x by. Mrs. lfc.ohitle. Mis. Hvcrs. Mis
' Wuinn and Mrs. Tlnb-v. who we're assisted
' by Mrs. W. W. Sherman. Mrs. Price, Mrs
Canning a, .Mrs. Gates. A four course
1 dinner was served, the guests being sea'. .1
! at small tallies prettily decorated with
! snadi-d ciunlelahra.
'Mrs. Frank True. Mrs. O 1. Wlie.br,
j Mrs. C. O. Filch and Mrs. Moore were the
; lawless, h at 11 prettily appointed luncheon:
'Tnuis-iay evening r..r the iiiembers of thei
Atlas ciulj, at the home of Mrs. True, ;':6 i
Second axetnie. The rooms were pti-uilv
dev.. rated with dark red roses, a large
bunch of which formed a magnlllcent renter
piece on the dining room table. After lun- '
1 roeou mux) proved a delightful enter
tainment during the remainder of tue
I The l'nlversity club was entertained
jWc-dnesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
I N. .Nelson, ii:4 South First mreet. The
topics tor discussion weie Charles Du blb v
Warner and Curtis. Mrs. McCune gave ii
sketch or tncir lives and works and Mrs
Scadden revic-ed one of S at net 's books
Mrs. ItiMaham gave a sketch of the life
of Curtis and Mrs. Wnilaee reviewed one
f his books. Mrs. Snooks had charge of
the current events After the meeting ft
social hour was aMnt and refreshments
Tlx- regular monlhlv meeting of the As
sociated Charities was held Mondav after
noon at the home of Mrs. A. G. Gilbert 124
Smith Seventh street. Two vacancies,
which have occurred on the board, have
been filled by Mrs T. J. Shugart and
Mrs. W. H. Hradloy. After the business
meeting a social hour was spent, Mrs. Kay
Plxhy being chairman of the entertain
ment committee. Mis. Mullls rendered a
number of vocal solos, and Miss Norene
entertained with 11 piano selection Dainty
r.in aliments were served during the after
noon. '1 he Council Bluffs Women's dub of the
Railway Mall Service met Wednesday aft
ernoon with .Mrs. C. R. Long. 733 Mvnstor
t-treet. Mm eon members and six guests
were present. In nddition to the usual
business, tho charter, certifying the ac
ceptance of this club ns a member, of the
omens National auxiliary to the- Rail
way Mall association, was presented An
Interesting- guessing contest took the
place of the usual llternrv program The
ni-Nt meeting of the club w ill be 't ,v v
' me inline or Mrs. U. K JI
107 Charles street.
Both 'phones I.Ti; call Jarvls.
Ruy the Jewell gas or gnsollne stove.
They are tho safest. Petersen & Schoenlng.
Do not let the dirt nnd dust accumulate
In your carpets; get one. of Stackert s car
pet sweepers nnd thus sive pounding your
carpet all to pieces. They clean nnd pre
serve the carpet Instead of tearing It ail
Peterson & Schoenlng sell matting.
Missouri Onk Wood.
Chunks and split wood, lnrie rick.
"A Brldenstel'i & Smith. 14th nH
fith Bt Both 'phones.
The best Ice In the city is being delivered
by tho Co. Bluffs Coal & Ice Co. Tel. 71
N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. 260. Night L-9e8.
Business Chnnsea nt t.oirnn.
LOGAN, Ia., April 1 3. (Special. 1 F. F.
Emerson of Magnolia will move to Logan
and take rharge of the Logan Lumber
c ompany a yareis, beginning business
Tin ... ne tins nnd six years' experi
ence In the lumber business. The Logan
Lumber company is the third lumber c on
cern In town and was established by
Frank li. Johnston, who died recently, and
before It wad put In operation.
YY. C. Klger of Logan has bought Gap.
Mills' YVooelblne groce-ry store and baa
moved to that town nnd will personally
continue the business.
Articles of Incorporation have been filed
by the Little Sioux Savings bank of Little
Sheii with the county recorder. Clarence
K. Hesse, late of Council Bluffs, is tlin
cashier. Little Sioux has one other bank,
the Peyton bank.
Spe-ei, r e f the eli:
In Om il 1. w as Ii
LI wellvn. a pcstofllee n
t:ict who has been living
ti' this ws'k and ib-ciued
to remove to Onawa to
1 h: AN The funeral
He'k was laid Fin, ay
farm heme of her sot
f Airs. Nam y A.
Sue ilieo al the
at tne a ,-e ,,f v
years. She was born In N
CEDAR RA ii LiS - low: t
w V rk.
e h.si night by
versa y was deleat. -d ;,. re !..s;
Coc College 111 a d- bale n the
ciuesLoii. lie ele-e isi n was unanimous
AMI.S --Pi of. Vent", n M. Alcke-r has hee,,
elect ed t" the piste 11 , f j i'. lessor o pie
rhainr ii 1 iigiin-e r ug to sucoe d Prof. G. W.
in-H'-ii, wi.o nan ii-Mctail and will
Al Dl IldN Mrs. Janus East, IU years f
age, died Satur.iay ut her home at Atlantic
She hau res, .leu hete for 1 n en' v-iiine years
until three wrrkj ago, when she went to
Atlantic to live.
M.ViiSH AU.i l iWNvA ci.strlct meeting
Of thfi Marshall-Siory district of the
Knights of Pythias baa been uriungc-d for
this city, to take place on Wednesday
April 17. afternoon aiul evening. '
ONAYY'A The bids for the sltlon of en-
liiiicir 01 cut iig .xi'inon.i-nai riaoii d.a.n-
uge district were all reje e ted l y the Boards
! of Su ervi-sors as being loo high. Vu 11
Faircbild, elciuty county suiveyor, wi.l
1 have chafge of the work until an engineer
Is uppo nte d.
LOGAN The Harmony school house ui
the d strict a.ljoiii:i.,j Iigan caught 1I1 e
Friday and buriml to the ground. The fire
started In the annexed vvoodhoase frain an
.unknown smne. TI c e was p-Q Insurance
In the North British and Mercantile-.
IXXiAN At a recent meeting of the
. County Hoard of Sup.1 vi.s ,s the reis.rt of
fe..ji collected during the n...nihs of Janu
ary, February and March bv tin c mrty
auditor was received and ainoiinteil to Jj) f.O
in 1 in: leauic iiueivai ii, e clerk or the
trict court had cnliecie.,1 lijj.lu and
Sheriff had received l
I ELK A Or it After being . ut for five
! J"'... ' Jo t, ai": . " . .lr1 ut
' nejui s
- .. III inn IMS 111 .Sell
We;.t. whi was ua-d lor killing John Ro
land. Ihe punishment was hxeel at Im
prisonment for Hie I.- land anl We-jti ha, I
ue-eii nieioiiK irieniis. rut got iniu a nuar
re I and West riublnil Bal.iiid to death and
buried his bexiy in a culvert.
w A Ti'.Kl M y- ben noilneel that his'
mother w;u dy iiLj al her home la Man- i
Chester. Iteebe-I'l V . Joh'isto'i 11,'iu..-,. ,,f j
the new Kills am! L gan hoteis here, t-ll r- I
lered a specUI train on tn- llliiiei... i n-j
tral and made the run to Manchester, a I
distance furt) -seven miles, iu one' In ur.
Ho arrived too late. Iwwever, an his toother!
was .lead When be get there. j
ONAWA The Oi.awa hie department will 1
give a suppe-r anl si cia. evening Wednes
day evening the 17th Inst, at the opera
house. The imam hose cmiary exoects 1
P have a ruiminK team at ll nsie ii at the '
Maple Valley Firemen's tuuri. anient In .
June, also at Ihe stale inet In S.oux City.
The (OlHWaS Well Ihe fi'vt I'ha n . lolislll p ,
belt s' the Maple Y'a'ie-y l-lreiner. s Voiim- '
anient ass-tela lion, re-tainlng same for thre e
ye ais. and at. a prelty I veiy l-.i of sprint-I
ATLANTIC-An Ir.tereMI'ig pe.lnt of law1
was miseil In the- work of the present fraud '
jury. The law prov des tlie uuy shad I ,
drawn from different tow nshlpa. no two1
fr. nn the same township. In drawing the;
, giend pirv. L Yv I .in.." -man, who Is fore-'
j fan of the pteeetit gtand j'i'y, was a ies,- I
I' ciert of P.e-ar llr ve towrst.p when driven, j
l"lt lM. r lill.Veei to A'l.Vllllo J.HSee II ins. n I
ai oiler member of the err end Jury, was a
resilient ef At'sntie-. Y'hen th-- utrv run I
ivei-.l tie r.- w e-e 'wo from Aelaeta- roe ;t ,
but tie court decide!
' tlie time of dlawii,
tliiil the n-siritiua .t
1. 0. D. L10UDR IS SHU Oil
GTrior Crmmirn : iens Bill Flacin-:
Hent? Tax en Fip- Compaie.
good pcs:tion awaits right wan
Hoard of ( nnirnl Hating 1 ) 1 rlleol t
I indlnu Sulciitilr Person as Head
of Hie Il.i..' Industrial
t Frotu a
grn-ii i--Goe: 11
the Glhllland I
Staff Cor: i'spo'1'lent )
t. April 13. (8H-iaal T.-le-.
r Cii'niiiliis t.slay signed
ill. requiring expre-ss ollh es
which leceive Ih.aor for cash 0:1 ,1. llve-i y to
pay the mulct tax. There was an Iniptes
slon ror a tin,,, n,.it he would veto It.
lie rei Monday as a .late- tor hearing
Des Moines business tin 11 w no ate opposed
to tin- sin ke nii:sanee bill.
Hoard Hunts for Mnn,
The' Board of Control Is having .some dlf
lieuliy In finding 11 11:11 11 big enough and
broad enough and sympathetic enough to
net as su.eiintondc!it of the Buys' In-drstrl.-.l
selnied Hl Kldora. Their have been
homy Job l.unicia asking fm the imsltlon.
The iH.aui has turned down cury applicant
th -.is far. Supc riiueiide nt Drake made a
great record nt Bonevllle. Mo. and had
miiile a good lecord while In' was at Kldora, !
His resignation leaves the position vacant. I
A physh an who Is an expert In Insanity I
cases can act as superintende nt of the j
Insane hospital and they are easy to se- '
cure. To fill any of the other positions is
comparatively easy, but to llnd a mnn
who can handle boys and likes to do It 1
and who can educate a had boy Into being 1
good one Is dlrbcult to find and it Is !
Just this that (he- l onr.1 Is huntliiE for. i
l.lablintt Plant for Fair.
A f4t'loa eb-otrle light plant will be In
stalled at the state fair grounds for the
purpose of lighting the grounds and build
ings. The board has decided to make an
exposition of the fair as well as a fair.
This means that It must bo lighted nt night
as brilliantly as at day. An effort was
made to Induce the Des Moines Edison
Light company to run win s t.i the grounds,
which are live miles from the company's
plant, and to furnish the light for the
groun , and buildings. The wiring would
necessitate an Investment of Ilit.ooO ami
the company would not take hold of It
The directors of tho fair have therefore
decided to put In as much of the plant
as. possible this year. One wing of a build
ing will be erected and a boiler and dynamo
will be Installed. The Intention will be to
add to the plant each year as the- profits
of the fair will allow. Every building on
the grounds will In time; be outlined with
Troopers Plny Hull.
Troop D of the Eleventh Culled States
t-avnlty lit Fort Dea Moines belay pur
chased an entire base ball uniform outllt
and during the coming Hummer proposes to
play a number of games.
Ilea Molnea Loses Mall Homes.
It is claimed that the now Iowa antl
pass bill Is the dliect cause of the gov
ernment deciding to remove the mail b xes
from the stre-et cars. As the cars iiiiiio
to the waiting room a mall carrier col
lected the mall from the boxes. The con
tract of trie government with the street
car company piovided a lump sum for the
carrying of the carriers and the mail
boxes. Under the anti-puss law the gov
ernment would have to pay the straight
fate for each mall carrier, which it re
fuses to do.
Iiisnrniiee Hnalneaa Inrrennes.
MAst of the copy for the auditor's firo
Insurance report has gone to the state
piinler and will be ready for distribution
In a month or so. The reports of the
companies all show an Increased bus ii -sa,
county mutuals alone showing 10 Increase
1 of $1iJ,(iiH',iXh), or about 30 per cent over the
pre vious year.
Frntt llnrt by Cold.
John It. Sage, director of the crop and
weather pi rv Ice In Iowa, said today that
the fruit In the state ivns hurt by the cold
I of last night. At Sioux City the thermom
eter stood at U) nbove, at lthervllle 17 and
nt Des Molms 22. Just how bad the fruit
was hint will not be known till the re ports
'are rece ly-pd on M rday. In the southern
part of the state, where the frti.t was
further nrtx'anei'd end some trees are In
hlo --nni, It Is feared the damage will be
: rnndderiihle. In the no- thorn part of the
state It will not be so bad.
life Vneentt'ti Resldenoe llnrned.
The renteb-nce of Hon. Life Young ed
itor of the Capital, was bu' neel this morn
ing. The lire w as discovered In the. attic.
The residence is on F.Ti'-.t Drive In the
fashionable fi"et. n and since occupied by
Mr. Youn has tecn entirely remoileh d ut
confide! able cxpene. The damage from Ihe'
flames amounts to several thousand dol
lars. Unities: Homeless.
As the result of an Indli 'iiiint rharglng
lier with the minder of nn Inf int, Mrs. Fred
YVe'st. proprietor of a maternity h me In
this city, wns arrested today and twenty
or more Infants in the home hail to be taken
charge nf by the Humane sod -y. An ef
fort will bo made to at once find homea Into
which the Infants can be placed.
(iR AMI Jt ltUIIS
ass Connty Aecounts to lie Probed by
Kiperl Aiipolnfeil by Conrt.
ATLANTIC. Ia.. April 13 S ial )
1 he- Cass roiinty grand Jury starled an
li.v rstlgatlon of the books and -xccounlrf i
of the board of supervisors this week,
but found them In such shape that they
fre unable to make anything of thein,
and came into court today asking the
Judge to appoint an expert accountant to
look over the- books and report to them.
Jmle Green, accordingly, made an order
appointing Oe-orge Fennel of the state
department to do the work and report i.'
the next meeting, he to receive a com
pensation of J"i per day for the work.
This Is the result of trouble In the board
that lias caused the resignation of ope
member nnd the commenc ement of oust, r
proceedings against anothe r. The action
of the grand Jury haa caused a mil l sensa
tion. LINCOLN DRY FOR A MONTH
(Continued from Third Page)
' m .1-
The company also voted to re
rr-appe-iuti.il tit of Bud df Y'.rti iia as tire
chief by the mayor. .
KLAKNLV-Nathanl. l H. Diy len rib .1
Patuieiay morning at the age of M. Five
ililelreii eiivlve him Mi. J H por
sv the Keirii' v ; M s. Kug-ne Islpno. YVel..
sier eltv. la ; M-s. John P. Ilntiu.'ii.
M.atlh.. Wash.; Miss Mnhi J Dry.i. 'i
and John N Drvlen of K -.11111 y. 1 he
funeral will b" bald H in lay
A LI ! 'N Lyman Wn rman the promoti r
of the- Midland !' ntral railway win se heiid
iiuartris an- in Albion, siys tie .ri-p-ets
cf the new read are at their b.-si. Th"
legislature having made It not-s.Mc for pre
1 loots to vole Um Is. on. ure.t ol.staeh
b.,a b-,n r.-ii.ovfd from the ..nnse of w,e
1 a- eat.-rp' i-"-. aiid the m- n-'fi-n rtt
given by tie people of the vl !ni . !. a 1 h' o igii
w lib h the rend is to run annates the suc
cess of the unhit.il' i k This rend opens
i sune good terriiory in northern Ne
AIT.rRN-George Co.llngti.n has n.M his
live rv bs rn and transf-r line to G VV.
anl it, K Harmon. Mr. e'odltgton will de
vole liis entire time to bis neve, position as
ir -"i'lt nt an. mi n.ixr i. ll.e Ai'trn 1 -
. ih np conuioy. 'I 'f.s A'iMit r: TU TtK.m
I t . j irat
' 1 oa ,1 i nes
inn J.i.'i'" Tenia
to tit' to tie 1 1 :
,1- . o 1 1. P,
' 01 ef Mr an. I
of Vet'! g Wilt.
'hat the father
'.i.'lt ll-'d tha. t
to grocv up Iri I.
!.. i- : wi - s- t I
of : I'.' N -be iska c 'hu
ll !" '. nor . hll-
Mrs Pba-i lln-iototi
r The pe-titloii a, I. eci
S rlale to (he dtluk
i" eli ilren are allow e.
nor i a " lend Ice. The
l i A l"i
' -npt 1 an
The. l onion's Chrtsian
medal contrM In th.e,
1 hu re h l-'t Id, iv ei enlng
cry pie i t lo . 1 la The In
ii v. J . Sa sbury ati l
' M s .1. V 1 hi "ible w SS
lateu. as was ' ! i' other
-is I'heie f.- six e-onte.st-.1
11. I-e- II 11. Trav's presented
Miss Maigiret Thomas, the
s 1 : l. st on, In
N FBR SK A
S'A itc II v It'll of
CITY - Members of the
of 1 he r.uioiigion had a tvir-
T'UIMll) night. Tory WeTel
ir the e , -al shin, a of the pack
v hen the f holes, which were
w ot king
loaded with coal fell ami coinple teiy buried
the engine. A h:gh wind prevailed at the
time and with the jar of the engine cause. 1
the s'lyes to give wey A fore-e of men
were il we iA yesterday tumnliig digging
out the engine.
WAIlou 11 o II inrd of F.'ucatlon of this
city l as re-e'oct .-.I the f blowing teachers
f.r the caeiliig year at tin reused salaries:
Prof. C. M. Pair and Misses Nlelson,
Thomas. .Mle.i inid St Marl In In the
(VntrHl ball. ling; West word, Prof. Grnbh
and Misses Aeln'is. Glh-brlsl nnd Manners;
No. tli Hind. Mrs. V. ililaius nnd M ss Oil
man. The following pie-.. -nt tea, -hits did
not apply: Mr Gilbert. Mlsse-s Steiiholin,
Shiri-s. eJrnv.r, P-i'in and Allen.
' NEBRASKA Cli'Y -News has been re
ceived lure that John V.'. Black, for many
I years a resident of this city but who Is
, now on.- of 1 lie leading Insurance, men and
! wealthiest land owners of Seattle. Wash ,
1 Is suffering from cnni-.r al the base of
I the bra ai and that he has but n short time
'to live He was 1 penned mi by surgeons
la few elavs ngei and Ihey say he has no
'chance of recoverv. His daughter. Mrs.
'John S i iggeil. is a resident ef this city.
I STELLA While the family of H. W.
; Leiwe was al supper Friday evening a
: crackling nol-a- was beard up-stalrs and
the- hoinso Was found to be on tire, The
flames had gaine d such headway that all
effoits were put forth to sue the housn
hohl effects and with the help of eiose
neighbors ihey were all s'ved. The farm
Is a fruit farm a hair mile south of town
and belongs lo the- Lowe esiaie. The budd
ing was Insured for .'.. n In the Farmers
& Merchants of Lincoln
MI'MBOI.DT Townley Peterson, the 15-year-ohl
adopted son of Philip Schick and
wife, living several miles south of the
cilv. hi I a fi'W days ng" .met was mlsslin
for about two clivs. none- of the family
knowing as to b's wh-reabouts. The en
tire neighborhood turui'.l out and searched
nl! night for th In.', but no trice could
lie found eilher by Hie use' of the telephone
or bv scouring tin- e-ountt v. Just about the
time the' foster parents naive up In despair.
i the lad returned lo his home, having
1 walked over In'o Kansas several miles with
I the Intention of running nwny. After one
night out be wus ready to start for home
Mama, Be Warned! Pro
tect the Little Ones I
AMA1 Don't be frightened
but be warned I
Every Mother knows, or
should know that the terrlbl
Mortality among children is caused by
Stomach and BoweJ troublrs. Colic, Sour
Curd, Cholera Infantum, Summer Com
plaint, Measles, Rashes, Scarlet Fever
even Mumps have their first cause ia
Tha Delicats Tissues of a Baby't
Bowels will not stand rough treatment.
Salts are too violent, and Castor Oil
will only grease tho passages, but will
not mako and keep them Clean, Health
There Is no other medicines as safe for
child as Cascarets, the fragrant little Candy
Tablet, that has saved thousands of families
from unhappiness. .
The Nursing Mother should always keep
her Milk Mlldljr Purgative by taking a Cas
caret at night before going to bed.
No other medicine has this remarkabla
and valuable quality. Mama takes the
Cascaret, Baby gets the Benefit.
Cascarets act like strengthening Exercise
on the weak little bowels of the growing
babe, and make them able to get all the
Nourishment out of Baby"s Natural Food.
Larger children cannot always be watched,
and will eat unreasonably. The Ready
Remedy should ever be at hand Cascarets
to take caie of the trouble when It comes.
No need to Force or Bribe children to
take Cascarets. They are always
more than re a:!y to eat the sweet little bit
Home Is not complete without the ever
ready Box of CascarMs. Ten cents buys a
small one at the Corner Drug Store.
Be very careful to get tho genuine
made only by the Sterling Remedy Com
pany and never scold in bulk. Every tablet
stamped "CCC." 744
CertifiMir of Pub'ication
STATE OF NEBRASKA
Auiitor of Pub ic Accounts
Lincoln. Feb. 1st. 19"7 It la hereby cer
tifies) that the i:eultable Life Assurance
Society of the United States, of New
Y'ork. In the State of -New York, has com
plied with Ihe insurance law of this atate
applicable to such companies and Is there
fore authorized to continue the business
of life Insurance In tills state- for the cur
rent year lialing January .'list, lseiH.
Summary ef icport filial for the year
ending December ..l'i. h-Ml:
All other sources.. li),.'ej'.e,Bl.l2
t 76 4 tSI.SO
y h" b rs.11.4r,7.i:,ii nl
I-ay ine iits. ll.l'ei.e,llj.74
A DM ITT KD ASSKT9.
Net res -rve i
Net I oirv claims. .
All el', or llahlllths
Cnpllal btocll paid
Bu plus beyond
capiial stock and
ami other liabili
ties 0.777 :iv"el
a mil' 1 ir of I.
.1 bud the peal of the
co. tuts the day and year
:. M SKATtLK. Jit..
w 1 itten
! hi st alsiv e
o- of Public Accounts.
H. D. NEELY, Manager for Nebraska
402-1UJ-401-4IJ. Mer. -hauls Nal'l Bask Bldg.
WM. HENRY BROWN, Caehier
liy nujtpty tun your cutiouifr with-
Balduff's Pure Ice Cream
They wUI appreciate a kiiperlor le
I cream Write me for conn act price.
W. H. BalilufT, io.O Karnatn St., iiinal a
t ,re -.(. m
ne w- ci'iitril
I i a 1 i 1
of On-Hha I
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