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Offlre, 1(1 Droit
Rtorksrt sells carpets.
M Pagers' Tony Faust beer.
Pin engravings at Leffert.
Be Schmidt's elegant new photos.
Lewi Cut lor, fun-ral director, 'phone 17.
Woodrtng Undertaking company, Tal. 63.
PETERSEN BCHOKNINU SELL RUGS
Lhjnee carVla. Alexander's. 331 Broadway.
DIAMONDS AH 4.N INVESTMENT.
ITALIC TO LEKFliRT ABOUT IT.
Council Bluff lodge of Elks will meet
I'Vlday night for Initiation of candidates.
Wedding and engagement ring at the
right price. O. Mauthe, ZA Went Broad-
i High grade watches, wedding and en
i Kagenient rings. 228 West Broadway. O.
Mrs. D. Macrae arrived home yesterday
from Washington, . C, and a trip to the
) -amestown exposition.
BUDWK1SEK BOTTLE!) BEER 13
BEKVED ONLY AT FIK5T-CLA8B BARB
AND CAFES. 1 KOflENFKLD CO., Agta.
'. CARRIAGES ALWA1S READY. CALL.
b 7J, BOTH THONEfl, GRAND LIVERY.
thi'. W. AND ELMER E. MLNNICK. PRO-
The body of Mrs. Jnnette I Axon, who died
UMilav Avenlriar at fit brtiuA'l hrmtlllAj.
yesterday sent to her former home
ttiiX North Platte, Neb., where her son,
4, .iarry Dixon, resides.
, During the month of April 28S transfers
ft real estate were recorded, with an ag-
rrea-al consideration of tSSS. 71.9 i . as
Of .gainst 177 transfers In April, 1906, with a
H .otal consideration of Ci2Lil6.i7.
0 1 can furnish A No. 1 diamonds, the clear.
.let and i
I IOfW glV
.let and no flaws. A diamond cut to sharp
i . - .. ,.c
vs more renection man on wno
O Mauthe. 228 Broadway.
marriage license was Issued yesterday
. . - . A . It i t . .
M and Florence Maiuihan, aged i, of
at,v,atro, DL They were maiTled by Rev.
tru ienry DeLong at his office in the court
. . iThe city council commenced Its work as
cam b(Miri 0f equalization last evening, hold
ing a short session wtth Assessor Hardin.
-ievlewliig the assessment will occupy the
est or ine week and meetings win he
.eld each evening until the work la com
,ktd. The commissioners on Insanity have been
i.sked by Walter P. Ford to Investigate the
i aae of Kate O Nell, a patient from Pooa
nontas county, In St. BerniLxd's hospital.
tlss O'Nell's oonditlon has become worse
..n her relatives now wish to have her
j. viai to in state asyiuin at ujieroK.ee ine
. i ooimlsst oners will hold a hearing in her
onv.se Friday or Saturday.
The receots tn the general fund of the
rSirSMtan hume lust week wars 1 1,176. ITT, be
uujr (1,078,17 above the needs of teh week
toe. reduoing the amoust needed In the
.rruyeovenirnt and oenllngent fund for 1A7
10 lX2tftXn. In the manager's fund the
leoeux were tb4. being I'd) above the needs
uf the week and reduoing the deficiency
lit thta fund to mri.u to date.
Fr Txeaner, the stranger who eeveral
wake) ago attempted to commit suicide
iix Uw city Jail by clashing his throat with
a tin apoon, was yesterday ordered com
inafesd to the State Asylum for the In
baoe at Claiinda. The commissioners have
us yet failed to ascertain Tieaners legal
fsesdsiioa, and his case Is still sending ba
rer, the State Board of Control.
A. W. Ellsworth yesterday dismissed his
sua against P. W. Cramer, in which he
nought heavy damages for alleged slander,
ill suit originated over the arrest of Ells
worth two years ago on the charge of set
tins; tire to his hotel building In Mc
Clelland. Ellsworth, who was acquitted,
attributed his arrest to a number of busi
ness men of McClelland and he brought
Mult for malicious prosecution and arrest.
The trial resulted In the dismissal of the
suit so far as the malicious prosecution
and arrest was concerned and as against
ull defendants except Cramer. Then Ells-
? ataiiaer. out nas now aismissea u.
I- Ontb West End LutsT
'. tl.mJ Tea. we have SOU nice. hleh. level lntu
"'"t'.-ery oesiraoiy looatea, lor au classes 01
moms aoinr nuaiiiMHfl nr vmnmvM in airniir
1" jContemplated Improvements In the vlcin-
' cook, r win double the values within fifteen
' Ryn, Imths. Buv now and the nrofll la voura.
i ..l. 'Wi can alva vou a alnsie lot or a hlonW
" iirn:r , -
- Elwbuf lots together If desired.
'.r'' Ut your friends to Join you and form a
new Boituuuruuuu ui uur unn viiuiva.
A few houses also for sale on the easy
Prices are light and the terms of pay
ment will bs made to suit your purposes.
Call and let us show you. C. C. Clifton
Company, 606 Broadway, Co. Bluffs. Both
Need any laoe curtalnaT Before you
buy better come In and see us. We want
10 surprise you In price and quality. D.
V. Keller, 102 & Main.
Petersen Sohoenlng sells matting.
Buy the Jewel gas or gasoline store.
They are the safest. Petersen Bohoentag.
Bee Offiee Hr4.
The Council Bluffs offloe o The Omaha
Bee was moved yesterday from No. 10
Pearl street, where It has been for the last
ten years, to- No. 15 Scott street. The new
in On)' " directly north of the Sapp block
l opposite tn Mcraika Telephone oom-
W It C -"""""ST- v
t Are said often to bo burled tlx tee under
J rromid. But many time women caU on
! hair family phyloian, trnfrtrlsK, as ahsy
BRAglne, one from djtpejtsla, anoUMir from
fttftrt diseaM, another from liyer or kid
cry disease, another from nervena pros
iratlon, another with pain hare and there,
and In this way they present alike to
tbemstlv and their eatryfroinc or over
ouy doctor, separate disease, lor which
he, awumlng them to be such, prescribe
his pill and potion. In reality, they re
611 only symptom canred by some nterlne
Itease. The'BTtslcln,tttnornt of the
cuiut of sufff ring,f ps npTKtretment
until large bills are u4e. JtTkuerlng
patient gets no botwrJJr.c2ahB
til ,aiTptimig aTr trrTrrraanrsymp-
Mtma, ana innmuung ominri insveaa ol
trolonged misery. It has been well said,
at "a disease known Is half cured." .
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is a
scientific medicine, carefully devised by
an experienced and skillful physician,
and adapted to woman's delicate tyftem.
tils made of native American medicinal
tool and 's perfectly brml?i tn its
Ai ajiowerful Invigorating Unto "Fa
vorite Prescription" Imparts ttarongth to
the waole system and to the organs dis
tinctly feminine In particular, for over
worked, "worn-out mn-down." debili
tated teachers, milliners, dressmakers,
seamstresses, "shop-girls, house-keepers,
nnrMng mothers, and feeble women gen
erally, Dr. Pierce Favorite Prescription
Is the greatest earthly boon, being un
equaled as an appeiulng cordial and re
As a soothing and strengthening nerv
ine l-'avorlte Prescription " is nneonaled
and I Invaluable in allaying and sub
duing nervous excitability, irritability,
nervous exhaustion, nefvous prostration,
neuralgia, hysteria, rpasms, Pt. Vltus't
dance, and other distressing, nervous
symptoms commonly attendant upon
lunctlouaj and organic disease of the
uterus, it Induces refreshing sleep and
relieves mental anxiety and despondency.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets InvljroraU
the stomach, liver and bowels. One to
tivee a doee. Fvy t take as candy.
I haul dead animal. $1. per head.
Garbage, aihea, manure and all rub
blah; clean vault and cesspools. All
werk don Is guaranteed.
Calls promptly attended to.
lad. Phone lilt Y bell Red 117$
J. II. 8HERLOCK i
wrong irestmeni, out prouaoiy won a
Pmper rnedlPlne llko X)T , Plerpi'a Fnvnrn
I'i't v th'tion. cJlrrcfLiI to the ctiUACJVouTJ
M. Tel. .
SA.S ilERSTED TOO H1CQ
0. A, Fardell ItUoki the Water Bate
Fropoied by Coaco.l'i Iccisssr.
PRESENTS MASS OF FIGURES OF HIS OWN
Kieemtlve Committee ol the Com
merelsil Club slaves No Asiaoaara
neil of Beerelary to Iic
ced Mr. Reed.
The mans of figures which he quoted
detracted somewhat from the value of C.
A. Uardell's address before the Commer
cial club last night on "Water Rates."
Mr. Ilardell took ths position that the
schedule prepared by Mr. Klersted of Kar
sas City, the expert hydraulic engineer
employed by tho city, was entirely too
high. The spker introduced so many
figures that they became perfectly be
wildering and his audience was unable to
follow him. Mr. Hardell took Mr. Kler
sted's schedule and literally tore It to pieces
from beginning to end with his array of
counter rates and figures.
Mayor Macrae and most of the member
of the city council were present during
Mr. Hardell's talk, coming to the meeting
from their session at the city hall as a
Board of Equalization.
City Treasurer True addressed the club
on "Taxation," hrs addree being sub
stantially what he had written tn hlo an
nual report and which ha already been
The report of Secretary Reed showed that
the club had a membership of 260 In good
standing on May 1. The executive com
mittee failed to make any report or oug
gectlon a to the election of a secretary
to succeed Mr. Reed, but It is understood
that some action Is anticipated at the meet
ing of the committee this evening.
Bend ns that barn or house bill and we
will sav you money. We can sell you
building material at lower prices, freight
prepaid, than your local dealer. Two cents
will get our prices and prove our state
ments. C. Uafer Lumber Co.
Bee office removed to IE Scott street, op
posite Nebraska Telephone building.
Matting and window shades at Stockerta.
HOSPITAL. I If USED OF FUND
Women to Give Baiar In Kffort to
Raise the Cash.
The members of the Woman's Christian
association realize that energetic efforts
will have to be made to raise funds to
meet the pressing liabilities which now
face them as the result of opening the new
Jennie EMmunueon Memorial hospital. In
the first place, the association found It
had to meet the Interest on the (40,000 loan
from J. D. Edmund-on before It had time
to realise anything particularly from the
new hospital. Then again, a large ex
pense was Incurred and I being Incurred
In equipping the new building and grad
ing the grounds about It. Ever since the
new hospital was opened to the public
there ha ben a heavy drain upon the
resources of the association and the mem
bers, who have worked hard to make the
Institution what It I today, are con
fronted with the necessity of raising at
least $3,000 to take care of th more Im
mediately pressing need.
With the end In view of fstlslng thl
money, or at least part of It, the asso
ciation has secured the aid of the Prot
estant churches of the city In the baser
to be held the week beginning May 10 In
ths basement of the Hunter store. The
several churches will each donate a day
to taking charge of the baxar. Another
plan will be to soliolt from the larger
merchant of the city, a per cent on their
sales of a certain day's business. This
suggestion was made by a member of one
of the big firms and It Is expected the
others will be only too pleased to fall
Into line and In this manner assist the
association In It work.
Learn Yoar Baby to Walk.
We have Just received a shipment of
baby walkers. U25 to $2.60 each. Get one
and learn your baby to walk. D. W. Kel
ler, 108 South Mam.
Bee office removed to 16 Scott street, op
posite Nebraska Telephone building.
Card of Thanks.
Captain William T. Shlvely and family
wish to express their thank to their friends
for the flower and sympathy shown them
tn the death of the wife and mother.
CAPTAIN W. T. SHIVELY AND FAMILY.
COURT 'WANTS TWO TELEPHONES
Jadaro Raids la Abeyance Orders of
Roard of Supervisors.
The two telephones for the use of the
district court will remain where they are,
at leaat Tor the present. Such was the
order Issued yesterday by Judge Wheeler.
The county supervisors, at the last meet
ing decided to reduce the number of
telephones In the court house. The clerk
of the district court, county audi (or and
sheriff were permitted to retain the Bell
and Independent telephones in their re
spective offloe, but the treasurer, re
corder, superintendent of school an1
county attorney were permitted to retain
only one telephone each, they to decide
which they preferred. Bell or Independent.
The question arose yesterday a to which
office the telephone In th dlstiiot court
belonged. H. V. BatUy. clerk of th dis
trict court, disclaimed any Interest a did
Sheriff Canning. Both Clerk Battey and
Sheriff Canning need the two telephones
In their respective offices downstairs and
are unwilling to eaortfloe either the Bell
of the Independent a they desire to ac
commodate attorney and others attending
district court. Th matter was called to
the attention of Judge Wheeler yesterday
and he ordered that the telephone be not
disturbed until the next meeting of the
supervisor. Judge Wheeler will Insist that
the telephones rn the district court be left
where they are.
Give us your order for that spring car
tet. W do the rat-mw 1v mr, .
light to your room. D. W. Keller, 10$ s.
Lac curtains. Btockert Carpet Co.
Casner Makes Denial.
Former Councilman L. A. Casper Is em
phatic In his denial that Morton Marcus, a
lad living at 726 Fifth avsnus, was knocked
down by hi automobile Tuesday a re
ported. Th accident 1 said to have oc
curred at th corner of Broadway and Main
street Mr. Casper stales that h was
driving bis machine at a speed not exceed
ing three mil a an hour at th time and
that th boy atarted to run across th
street In front of the machine but turned,
slipped and fell. Mr. Cur uv, h km A
applied the brake and the automobile
siuppea ai least two reel rrom the lad.
Toung Marcus was taken to police head
quarter where the statement was made
that he was knocked down by Mr. Casper's
automobile. Thl led Chief of Police Rich
mond, according to a local paper, to make
some strong remark againat "apeedlag"
" v i ' ' -
THE RKUABLK ST RE
Entire Dressmaking and Furnish-jug Stocks of
Mmes. Puttie and Darrell of
i if Ann frf n r
uver $iuu,uuu.uu worm or ciegam anus, urcss uooas, Laces, cmDroiaens, niuuons, urcss mm- i
minqs, Unmade Robes. Goves, Corsets, Hosiery, Muslin Underwear, eve Secured by our New i
York buyer at about half actual value,
All clean, new merchandise,
01 tnese stoc&s can be shown in our windows or mentioned
From Madames Pattie & Darrell Btock, all the finest
unmade Robes of Madames Pattie & Darrell that sell from
$30.00 to $75.00 each, can be bought for ys the regular
price, no two of these Robes alike, they are all direct from
Paris; the finest French Novelties made for the Spring
of 1907, consisting of Tailor Suitings, Evening Shades,
Evening Dresses, Shirt Vai6t Suiting, etc
Splendid Under muslins Bargains
From the New York Stock Purchase at l2 to ys the Regular Retail Prices.
The most delightful bargain opportunity ever offered to Omaha buy
ers; most of these garments come in small lots, so come early before as
sortments are broken.
Handsome Skirts, worth to $6.00, trimmed with fine embroideries, laces,
insertings and wash ribbons, in this sale at $2.98, $2.50, $1.98, $1.50
Ladies' Gowns, made from finest nainsooks .and cambrics, high neck, V-
neck or slipovers, with long or short sleeves, daintily trimmed and worth
to $3.50. In this sale at $1.50, 98c, 75c, and 49c
Ladies' Chemise, worth to $3.00, cut extra full and long, trimmed with best
embroideries, laces and wash ribbons. Prices $1.50, 98c, 75c and 49c
Ladies' Corset Covers, worth to $7.50, finest assortment ever shown in
Omaha, all newest styles and finest materials. Sale prices $1.50, 69c, 49c,
25c and -. 19c
Ladies' Drawers, worth to $1.50, made of finest cambrics, nainsooks and
muslins, trimmed with best embroideries and laces, lawn ruffles and clus
ter tucks, remarkable bargains at, sale prices 75c, 49c and 25c
From the Great New York
Dree Making and Frunishlng
Goods Stock Purchase.
AH good makes, in choice models,
worth up to $2.60, la this sale
at. choice 08
$1.00 Corsets in drab or white Ba
tiste, best models, hose support
ers attached, at 69
A splendid line of LaGrecque Cor
sets, regular $5.00 qualities
Regular $3 qualities at $1.50
.... nn th. nubile streets and what
would happen If the practice was continued.
Mr. Casper was one of the first In Council
Bluffs to own an automobile and it Is well
known that he has never been accused of
speedlnr' his machine on the public
Here to Stay
W ar dally receiving new lot of shoes
and ar selling them at our usual low
price. Duncan Shoe Co.
Real Estate Transfers.
These transfers were reported to Th Bee
Mar 1 hy the Pottawattamie County Ab
stract company of Council Bluffs:
Vslentlne Plumb and wife to Arthur
C B!btxe. se1 se4 of 26 and ne4
n4 of 6-74-0, w. d M.
W. 8. Cooper and wife to Henry Bpet
man, lots V, 11 and li Mary R
Btreet's subdlv. of outlot 4, Jack-
son's sdrt., w. d i.WO
Marv Eninfrene Perry Morris and hus
band to Emogen H. Perry, undlv4-15
of nW4 nVi and the se4 ne'4 of
14-T5-4I. q. c. d 2.000
Fayette Perry et al to Frand Waldo
Perry. wVk nol4 of l8"-42- 1- 0 A
George W. Llie and wife to trustees
of Tabernaz-le Baptist church of
Council Bluffs, lot li. block 12. Beers'
subdlv., w. d
Margaret L Mode snd husband to
Anne I Hussn, w6 feet of lot S,
block V. Hughes & Ltjnlphane's
add., w. d
Mary L. Everett to Warren W. Mln-
nsrd, lots 14. IB, 18, in. ju. zi, s;. i
and 14, block 33. Railroad ndil.,
s. w. 4
Leonard j Verett end Msry L. Ever
ett to t rge r. wsra. private roan
way In n sw4 of 2 and In wVi
nw'i of fc-7-4l q. c. d
Treasurer of Pottawattamie county to
Elmer L. Fehr, lot 1. blorK 41. ana
Int 21 hlork 41. Ferrv add., t. d
Jessica J. Bledentopf and husband and
Ellen M. Haai ana nusDana 10 ,
Louisa I. Norrross. lots 13 and 14,
block 14, Oaleshurg add.. j. c. d. i
Jesse R- Kennedy tn Marv B. Grow,
lot T. block 15, Williams' 1st add.,
w. d 1
Frank Waldo Perry et si to Luclan
lXiru and Fayette Perry. undtvt-lS
of dh ne and se4 neH 17-75-42,
q. o. d 1
Frank Waldo Perry and wlf to Emo
gene H. Perry, undlv2-15 of nw'i ne'4
and s-V nei of 17-75-42. o. c. d 1
Ben)emln-Fehr Real Estate company
to Kate W. Bhaw, lots ( and 7, block
ft. Burns' add , q. c. d 1
County treasurer to Elmer L Fehr,
kit &, block SI. Evans' 2d Bridge add.,
t. d 1
Fifteen transfers, total I.0
Complete Un of Victor base ball good
Petersen A Sohoenlng.
May Day la Sehoola.
May day was observed In the kindergar
ten and lower grade of th public schools
of the city yesterday. May poles. May
basket and songs of springtime were the
principal feature of th exercise, which
DAILY BEE: THURSDAY,
Most Delightful Bargains vver
tit ii r- i
bought for Spring and Summer,
From the Pattie & Darrell stock
at about Half Price. A splendid
line of matched sets of Edges
and Insertings in this sale at, up
$1.00 Allover Embroideries 50
From 8 till 9 a. m. Ladles'
Gowns, worth to $1.60, trim
med with laces, embroidery and
washable ribbons, choice. . -50
From 0 Un 10 a. m. Ladles'
Skirts, worth to $1.60, daintily
trimmed, generously propor
tioned; snap at 69
IEI HAY DENS' 5T
wore both Instructive and Interesting to th
little folk. Id the kindergarten the May
pole was th principal attraction. The
youngster were Instructed how to fashion
May baskets out of paper, which they
proudly carried home as evidence, of their
ability. In some of th buildings th young
folk, after making their May basket, were
provided with flowers with which to nil
Bee office removed to 15 Soott treet, op
posite Nebraska Telephone building. .
You will soon begin to think of Ice again.
When you do call the Council Bluffs Coal
and Ice company. Telephone 72.
Frelaht Bureau Needed.
President E. H. Merriam of the Commer
cial club, who with C. W. McDonald. F. H.
Keyea and Fred R. Davl of the transporta
tion committee returned yesterday from
Des Moines, where they appeared before
th State Railway commission, is of the
opinion that Council Bluffs would be In a
muoh better position to make demand on
the railroad if It had a freight bureau.
Mr. Merriam and hi confrere realised
thl while In De Moines, a that city has
an exceedingly strong organisation and the
shippers when they go before the railroads
are In a position to make definite demands.
The Council Bluffs men, however, were not
dlsanrjolnted. a they learned a "few
things," as Mr. Merriam termed It, while j
Regarding the "long haul" rat In Iowa,
about which the Council Bluff shippers
complained, Mr. Merriam said yesterday:
"My opinion Is that the commission will
approximate the new Illinois schedule,
which will mean a lower long distance rate
and a higher rate for a short haul."
Greatest tc saver on the market the
Alaska refrigerator. Petersen & Kchoentng.
N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. T60. Night, L-498.
Bee office removed to 15 Beott street, op
posite Nebraska Telephone building.
Womaa Attempts Balrlge.
WEBSTER CITt. Ia., May 1. Bpeclal
Telegram.) Mrs. Madge Olmstead at
tempted to commit suicide last night,
swallowing nearly fifty grains of strych
nin. Prompt assistance of a physician
and a atomacb pump saved her life. She
aid sh was tired of living.
Dewey Day Dtaaer.
WASHINGTON. May lv-Admlral Pewey
and a number of navsl officers attended a
dinner tonight celebrating the ninth anni
versary of Dewey's victory at Manila bay.
Admiral Dewey was kept busy today re
ceiving congratulations from officer who
fought under him.
!JAY 2, 1907.
on Sale Thursda y
n .,. i
will be placed on sale
1907, the finest lot of bargains
in this ad for Thursday hundreds of other bargains aire offered in this sale.
Prom th irew York Fnrobass,
AH highest grade, novelty styles, tang
ing In quality from $1.00 to $10.00 yard
In almost endless variety of Venice,
Planens, Irish Crochet, Batiste, etcv, all
high grade novelties at less than half
Laces worth 12.60 yard, sale price 79o
Laces worth $1 60 yard, sale prloe 69o
Laces worth $1.75 yard, sale )rlce 49o
Laces worth $4.00 yard, sale price 91.39
Laces worth $3.00 yard, sale price g.l
Laces worth 8 5c yard, sale price 39o
Inkers worth $8. on yard,
Iaces worth $1.00 yard,
Lace" worth $1.60 yard,
Laces worth $2.75 yard,
Laces worth $2.85 yard
Lsces worth $4.60 yard,
Laces worth $9.00 yard.
Lores worth $3 60 yard.
sale price $1.49
, sain price 89o
, sain price 39o
, sale price 79o
, sale price 9Ho
sale price $1.39
sale price 3.93
wale price $1.00
in all the latest
From the Pattie & Darrell stock.
A complete line of Braids, Ap
pliques, Bands, Insertings, etc.,
in all the newest patterns and
colors at about half regular
prices, up from , 5
From 10 till 11 a. m. Ladles'
Drawers and Corset Covers,
worth 75c to $1.00, splendid bar
gains at, choice 25
CURRIER SERVES OUT TIME
Leader f Bobber Gaoe Complete! Hit
Term in Iiison This Week.
NO REDUCTION IN RATES fN MERCHANDISE
Railway Commission of Opinion Pres
ent Distance Tariff is for the
Best Interests of the
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, May 1. (Special.) George
Burrler, one of the gang that stole the
Fay diamonds in Clinton, la., will be re
leased from the penitentiary Inside of a
week. Burrler Is the man who confessed
and thus assisted in the convicting of the
other six or seven members of the gang.
It Is asserted that he wa promised len
iency and a mere nominal sentence If he
would turn state's evidence. He did so
and was convicted with the rest. Then he
made an effort to get paroled, but there
was so much objection to the nominal sen
tence Idea and so much of a fight to have
him sufficiently punished with the rest
that he wa allowed to stay In f)ie peni-
tentlary. . When released he will have
served the equivalent of an elghUyear sen
tence, counting off all the good tlm.
Burrler and his gang were one of the
most deeperate the state has ever known.
They wer working In harmony with
Bhercllff and his crowd.
Xo Redaction on Merchandise.
While the railroad commission has not
given any decision In the question of the
state rata on merchandise there Is little
Indication given by the members of the
commission from their Informal talks since
the hearing that there will be any reduc
tion In ths rates.. There Is, In fact, con
siderable Indication that there will be no
reduction. Ths Council Bluffs business
men argued for a lower long haul rate.
The railroads, at the hearing, made a plea
for the abolishment of the fixed distance
rates that are In force in Iowa. They
asserted that with less rigidity they could
put In rates that would be satisfactory.
The railroad commission claims that under
the distance tariff In Iowa factories have
been built up and that the abandonment
Of the maximum distance rates would mean
an entire reorganisation of the factory sit
nation, forctng some to close and move
Isewhere. They furthermore seem to
think that the request of th Council
Bluff merchant la somewhat along th
5th Aye., New York f
r t j mn
ever shown in Omaha tat these
Marvelows Silk Bargains
From the pattie & Darrell Stock.
Thousands of yards of Kinest New Silks, including Voiles,
Shadow Marquisette Vhecks, Satins, Border Chiffons,
Voile de Soies, Eleganlt Brocades, Satins, Gross Grains,
French and Swiss Cohered Taffetas, Suiting Novelties,
Rajahs, Foreign and ilomestio Black Silk, etc., values
from 75c to $5.00 yard.l The greatest Silk Bargains it
. has ever been our pleasuVe to offer our customers; yard
49c-69A and 98c
Hosiery and Glovh
FROM THE GREAT NEW YORK
consists of the finest Hosiery i
Ladies' Fine Silk Hose, worth to $2.00, sale prio 9gc
Ladies' Fine Lisle Hose, worth to $1.00, sale pruV 49c
Hand embroidered plain or fancy! colors.
75c Fancy nose, all imported goods, in broken Jits, in this sale at, three
pairs for V. $1.00
50c Imported Fancy Hose, sale price, per pair 25c
All 25c Hose from this purchase at 15c, two pairsWor 25c
GREATEST GLOVE BARGAIN EVER oirt-TCRED.
Long Kid Gloves from the great purchase, worth u)p to $4.00, will be sold
in two lots at I. .$1.50 and $1.98
Extra Heavy Milanese Gloves, with double finger tif worth to $3.00, in
black, white or colors at it $1.50
Ladies' Imported Lisle Gloves that sold up to $2.00Ver pair, in 3 lots
Thursday at 4.25, 98c and 69c
These Gloves are all 12 and 16-button lengths. 1
t c;u, t nu t, ii ti nn A
auu jjioic vjiuca tuat isuiu uu ivy
49c, 25c and 19c
From the Pattie & Darrell stock.
All kinds of fancy Trimming Rib
bons, suitable for Jumper, etc.,
in this sale:
All 60c Ribbons at 39
All 35c Ribbons at 29
All 25c Ribbons at 19
Splendid line of Fancy Notions.
From 2 till S p. m. Ladles' Cor
set Covers, that sold up to $1.00,
broken lots, limit of one to a
customer, In this sale at. . . 15
same line and that they are asking a lower
long haul rate in order to get Into the
territory of the merchants on the eastern
border of the state. ,
Secretary Thomas of the State Board of
Medical Examiner today gave out the fol
lowing date for examination of those
seeking physicians' certificates: At Keo
kuk, May 7, t and 8; at Sioux City, May
28, 29 and 30; at Iowa City, June 6, a and
7; at Des Moines, June 11, 12 and 18. There
will also be an examination for licensing
embalmers in Des Molne May J4 and 25.
Thirty Years Behind Bars.
Lem Whimphey wa sentenced In the dis
trict court here today to thirty year In
the penitentiary at Fort Madison at hard
labor. The sentence was pronounced In
punishment for an assault on Miss Rachel
Gross, and the evidence showed that hs
had choked the girl nearly to death be
fore accomplishing hi purpose. Whimphey
Is 28 years old.
Shrlners for Coast.
At 12:30 today ISO Mystic Shrlners left
Des Moines for the Pacific coast on a spe
cial train with everything arranged for
their comfort. Most of the married men
of the party were accompanied by their
wives. For th amusement and entertain
ment of th crowd a miniature theater was
taken along to give performance twice
De Moines Cleaned I'p.
All De Molnra cleaned up today. Vnder
th Influence of a proclamation by the
mayor every citizen cleaned his own prem
ises and the entire force of the city's street
cleaning department was turned out and
the streets, for th first tlm In, soma
week, were put In the beet of oonditlon.
Furthermore, employes of the city hall and
scrub women were put to work for a gen
eral house cleaning at the city hall and
police station. The cleaning up on May 1
Is Instituted an annual occurrence.
Will Veto Iasnrnne Bill.
It Is practically certain that Governor
Cummins will veto the bill limiting the dlvi
dends to be paid by insurance companies.
The antl-smoks nuisance bill will be vetoed
If the city succeeds In passing a good ordi
nance covering the bill, as the bill applies
only to cities of th population of De
7X T j 1 7, II you think yo
THE RELIABLE ST9RB
prices. Only limited portion
silk, lisle and maco cotton,
iii.vu, fiorT. leneTns. AT. A
Fine pjess Goods
Of all linV, and YVaah Goods
from the P !W & Darrell stock.
In this sale wA far below actual
retail Talue.i 3ee digpfcy an(1
From 8 till 4 J
long hip mod.
i. Corset In
Don i Miss
Molnea Aside from
other bills In th g
One 1 the bill for the
, mere ar two
lor' posse salon.
of land mad ,
oy cnangsa or the oht I.
Molne river and the V .T
of the De
la th bU
amending uii inebriate la
tL m'e.Un 5 "? "TecVt 0 thTlow
city, ie Moines wa aelac
for the next convention and
fur December 8, i and 6.
Frelaht Men on at
Forty truck man In the em
W of the
Rock Island railroad's frelsrht
i. , 1. j . . . .
'T ' " wmw uii i in a morninir k.,,.-
th refusal of the road to pay en, Um
and one-half for all overtime. he com
pany Is attempting to fill their pice with
Iowa New Note.
CLINTON The Northwestern reioayt 1.
rushing material to Clinton for A. n.IT
double track steel bri.lge over the Ifi
slppl at this point work on which tu ba
commenced at once. 1
OTTUMWA-Wllliam 8. Deweln. 4Bur.
Ungton freight conductor, committed licldn
at his home by putting a bullet lni his
brain. Despondency over 111 healtl.nVt
domestic trouble are said to have ok.awt
BAN BORN Going to call her fath tn
breakfast, Miss Mary Allen found th3,i,i
veteran dead. He had paaeed away Mil
sleep. Mrs. Allen In dangerously ill at W
home. Mr. Allen was an old and reepeiil
citizen of O'Brien county. T
lUNlUN-Mri. C. K. Potter, wtf of
prominent Northwestern enirlneer 1.
at her home on Bunnyslde avenue, and tj
husband lies in the same house, which '
quarantined, ill of smallpox. Mrs. Potter'l
dneth was due to blood
CLINTON Andrew Galvin, aged SO years
a veteran of the civil wnr and an olli
settler of Iowa. Is dead at his home her
and the authorities are trying to locate hu
two sons, who left home several years a'.
arY?.?,r,.,n',,t bCr.n h"rl from.
nciioiE.n tiij urea of living, Mrs
Madge Olmsteitd, former queen e
demimonde, attempted suicide ' her
llav rtlcrht l.u .oioll.... . '
JjhyHlc-lan with a stomr j pump naved her
. fiAR.LA.N H"nry ,iV Nielsen, superin
tendent of schools:-, Harlan, was unnnl
mously re-elected ft night. Mr. Nielsen
principal of tu hii-h ...h.i 11..
tings. Neb., for sixyears before coming to
Iowa, and wa president of the Central
M . ' wonai association during
the year 106-0J He has made a splendid
,. IU , ,,, .,-,0,,,, nere auring tn
you t!nn you need 4 tonic,
you think you or a
your Hood, ask j-,r
doctor. If you tbink you would
like to try Ayer'g non-alcoholic
Sriparill, tk your doctor.
w pmbUsh th formeUa
trr an cmr prvparnttons.
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