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TIIE OMAIIA SUNDAY BEE i DECEMHEtt 1,-1 007. ----
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
Office 15 Scott Street.
Btockert Mils carpets.
Ed Rogers, Tony Faust beer.
See Schmidt's elegant new photos.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. Thone 17.
. Voodrlng Undertaking Company. Tel. SIX
Rev. George Makeley of St Paul, Minn.,
will All the pulpit of tha Second Presby
terian church tomorrow.
Tletures and frames, Berwick, fll S. Main.
Beautiful new fancy and plain oval
frame. Alesander's, (31 Broadway.
Excelsior Masnnlo lodge will meet this
(evening for work In tha third degree.
HALF FRTCE BALE OF LACES CUR
TAINS. PETERSEN BCHOENINO CO.
' Each married man on tha pollca force waa
presented Kith a turkey by Chief Rich
F A. Howard and A. P. Nichols of Des
Moines are here to attend tha funeral of
their niece, Mine Howard.
Office spare for rent, iS a month; central
location, steam heat and elcctrlo light fur
nished. Omaha Bee, 14 Scot street.
I A marriage license waa famed yesterday
to William Bennett, aged 24, and Bessie
Williams, aged 23, both of Nebraska Cltty.
BCDWE15ER BOTTLED BRER 19
SERVED AT ALL. FIRST-CLABd BARS
AND CAFES. U. ROSEN FELD CO., Agts.
Mrs. M. Aumman waa Issued a building
rWmlt yesterday for a one-and-a-half story
f.-r.me cottage at 1S10 Second avenue to
(Patrolman Gillespie resumed his position
. (In the police force yesterday after a ten
days" vacation spent with relatives In
) We will regard It a compliment to have
our goods Inspected whether you purchase
or not. ttne the goods and learn the prices
and we will be satisfied. Uerron s.
Musical program, Monday evening at
Foliinoller &- Mueller a hall: Miss Mnses,
Mrs. Hypaa, Miss Haselton, Mr. MeC'on
. nell, Mr. A. A. Covalt. Admission 26 cents.
Tou do not need to buy. Just come In
and see our new line of art goods. We are
real anxious to show them to you. me
best display of art goods In tha city. It.
Unrwlrk, 21 1 Bo. Main el.
The regular monthly session of the Board
of Education, scheduled for next Tuesday
evening, will be held Monday evening on
account of there helng a lecture at the
high school Tuesday evening.
We can aave you money, lahor nnd the
Inconvenience of wash day by sending your
family washing to the bluff City laundry.
Finished work by the doson. RouKh dry
to per pound' All flat prices are Ironed.
Captain Saegar of the Council Bluffs High
school foot ball tenm 1ms received a chal
( lnge from the Missouri Military college at
Mexico for a post-season game. The local
team has the challenge under consideration.
Peter Rooney of thl city and Oscar Was-
sem of Omaha will wrestle for two fulls out
of three at the New theater Friday even
ing December 6, the proceeds of the even
lit. o be added to the. fund for Fireman
James Peterson, Janitor of the High
school. Is wesrlnr his right hand In a sling.
Thursday evening he caught the member In
the cylinder of the heating apparatus he-
twn the Jacket and the piston. One fin
ger was fractured and the nana was paaiy
- Chris Carlson, 1014 Broadway, Is homo
from Alta, la., where he was called by the
sudden death of Ms father, John Carlson.
Mr. Carlnnu, sr.. was SO y?ars of age and
dl'-ij suddenly from a stroke of appoplexy.
He was preparing to visit his son here.
When atrlckdn. ,
' Jack Conway, who is serving a thirty
days' sentence In the county Jail for the
theft of a eeventy-pound caddy of tea from
en Illinois Central freight . car, was re
moved to St. Bernard's hospital yester
day. He Is suffering from a well developed
attack of delirium tremens.
i ut. morgan u. uuer in msi evening
fc-Nw York. .City, where he mill enter
lh Metropolitan hospital ns Interne for
lehlhtoan months, having Won the appolnt-
inqm ii .lie t.uiii jiciii iv Rxmiimntitni wiirn
he-, gradusteed this year from tfie Hahn
entan Medical eollcga In Chicago. - .,
' Councilman Wallace, who was appointed
a dnleaate from Iowa by Governor Cum
mins to the National Rivers "and Harhors
coBKresa In WeFhtngton. D. C,. 1ju asked
that hla epenes to the convention be paid
by the city. The matter will come up at
tha meeting of the city council tonight.
Two huntcra from Omaha, who were ar
rested at I eke MaiiHwa Thursday while
.shooting without an Iowa license, by Con
stable fViyle, failed to appear when their
rases were called before Justice Rlcf ys
terrtav and the. guns they had deposited as
security (or their appearance were ordered
forfeited to the state.
' A. W. Orlflln, an electrician In the employ
of the Milwaukee mllrnad. Is seriously 111
at (he Edmundson Memorial hocpltal. JAr.
Orlffin v.as electrlclitn In charge of esft
bound pasaencPr No. 2 when token 111
Thursday nlsht. He was taken off the train
at the roundhouse and removed to the hos
pital in the cltv smhulnnce. There being no
one to take bis place tha train had to pro
ceed east without electric lights. Mr. Qrlf
fin's, home la in Chicago.
Has been built on lines of, Integrity and
fair dealing. The faot that wo devote our
selves exclusively to the scientific examina
tion of the eye and tha furnishing of
glasses makes It posslbla to do more satis
factory work, both to our patients and our
selves. Dr. W. W. MagarreU. optometrist,
10 Pearl street. Factory, on the' premises
pig winter term. Western Iowa college
opena next Monday, December 2. Bend for
catalogue; 'phone for Information.
Boaflre Spreads to Barn.
A young son of Ira Nixon, a farmer liv
ing eight miles northeast of Council Bluffs
In Hasel Dell township, celebrated Thanks
giving dsy by building a small bonfire. In
close proximity to the f barn. The result
was the toss of twenty tons of bay and the
barn In which It was stored. Nixon car
ried floo Insurance on the barn and $50 on
liUY BKAl Ld KKO.Nj; La.
CLIPPER CLUB SKATES
PnlCCO 75c, 51. 51-75, 52.00, 55, PAIR
. ARE BETTER. . ARE GUARANTEED.
ARE BIEHT 1H PRICE. . ARE SOLD OMY BY
PADDOCK IIAI1DSGIIY HARDWARE GO.
THE KEEN KUTTER GTORE
PHONE 57.' 41 S. HA IN ST.
BUY SKATES KROM 1'3.
A. A. CLAHEI a CO.
I HAM finnY nH HORSES, CUTTLE and
LUJlU l.iUULI UU HOUSEHOLD rURNIIUHH.v
And any Chatt.J Security at on-baif tha uetutl -ate.
v Twy-uty Years of successful business.
Corner Main ad llroadwaf, Ovor Aiuertceua Ciproas,
No ronnecili.n Wliu tha ftrtn calling tr.eu.sol Via The t'Urk Mortaae Co.
Buta 'Irbuuea I1T. J0. . Tiai.lv k.
Both 'Phones 43.
FRUIT MEN COME NEXT WEEK
Effort Making to Secure a Large
Attendance at Conrention.
SEND OUT UNIQUE ESTTTATIOirs
Itnaanet at Oran4 Hotel Will II Mad
More Attractive by Musical X a sa
bers and Probably Address
by Notable Speaker.
Secretary Bomberger of tha Southwest
ern Iowa Horticultural society la making
every effort to secure a large and repre
sentative attendance at the thirty-second
annual meeting to be held In Council Bluffs
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fri
day of next week. Tha Invitation which
Mr. Bomberger has sent out to tha mem-
bera of the society and many fruit growers
and others not associated with tha organi
sation la somewhat unique In Ita wording.
Cut loose come. Flve-mlnuto side talks
can gain loOO here; come for pointers
there are tall, fat, short, slim, atrong,
weak people; they differ widely; so does
experience; the reasona for differences are
not always unreasonable," Is the way Sec
rotary Bomberger words his Invitation.
Local fruit men, especially the members
of the Council Bluffs Orape Growers' asso
ciation, which has a prominent place on the
program, are taking active Interest In the
coming meeting and are doing everything
In their power to Insure the session being
a success In every respect. The executive
committee of tha Commercial club, together
with Secretary Reed, are also working hard
to maka tha meeting a profitable and en
joyable one for the visitors. Preparations
for the banquet at the Grand hotel on next
Thursday night at which tha visitors will
be guests of honor are going on apace. It
lias been practically decided that tha reg
ular monthly luncheon of the Commercial
club, which Is scheduled for Wednesday,
will be abandoned and Instead the members
will attend the banquet Thursday night.
The local committee la arranging an ex
cellent program for the entertainment of
tha visitors on Wedneaday evening. The
program will be of a musical and literary
character with prohably one address by
Boms prominent speaker. This entertain
ment will be given in the south nourt room
of the county court houeo In which the ses
sions of the society will be held. Tha fruit
display will be in the large room adjoining
occupied by the county surveyor and city
assessor. The headquarters of the eoclety
during the meeting will be at the Grand
.The people of this vicinity who pur
chased pianos of A. Hospe Co. thlrty
thrts years ago are still satisfied, cus
tomers and their children are buying of
them now. New looallon, S. Main and
29 S. Pearl Sta., Council Bluffs, la.
Solid go'.d and filled, beautiful collection.
Matters In District Court.
Felix Seta, chairman of tha Pottawatta
mie County Board of Supervisors, has Tied
In the district court original notice of suit
against the World Publishing company
of Omaha for 12,000 damages, for alleged
libel. While tgiey are not act forth In the
notice, damages are' asked for tha publica
tion by the defendant company of alleged
willful and malicious libelous articles. Mr.
Bets recently filed notice of a similar suit
for t5,0o0 against the New Nonpareil Pub
lishing company of Council Bluffs.
Henry Davis filed notice of suit against
the Wabash Railroad company for $5,000
damages for personal Injuries alleged to
have been received October 17 last while
In the employ of the defendant company.
Announcement was made yesterday that
wben Judge Groan reconvenes court next
Monday he will take up and dispose of the
motion for a new trial In the case of Roy
W. Stevens, eonvlctad of attempted criminal
assault on 11-year-old Christina Christen
sen. ' Select your Xmaa gifts early at Leffert's;
choice now from full stocks; prices down
J5 to X per cent. Pay all or part down as
suits convenience; presents laid away by
us until you wsnt them.
Offlce space, for rent, ts a month; central
location, steam heat and eleotrlo light fur
nished. Omaha Bee, tf Scott street.
Groom For art a License.
When Rev. Henry PeLong arrived Thurs
day evening at the home of. Mr. and Mrs.
W. F. Sheppard, (22 South Main street
where ha was to officiate at the wedding of
George Jt. Phillips and Miss Ethel Bhep
pard, the house was filled with friends and
relatives, who had gathered to witness the
ceremony. When everything was ready for
the ceremony Rev. Mr. DeLong called for
the license, and not till then did the groom
repiember that Iq the excltemoot of the
occasion be had forgotten thla very essen
tial requirement There was nothing to do
but to delay the ceremony until the needed
UUV SK.ATK3 VliOU US.
SEASON IS- HERE
BUY 6KATE3 FROM U8.
license could be secured. A tuck would
have It IL V. Batter, clerk of tha district
court, waa found at hla bom on East
Pteroe street, and when tha situation waa
explained to him, consented to ge to the
court house and Issue tha required docu
ment. This all took time, and It was two
hours after the appointed time that the
wedding ceremony waa performed.
Show windows are beginning to appear
with their best trimming fust cow aa tha
holiday days come on. On of tha best
ahow windows so far to maka Its appear
ance In the mualcal Una la at IS South Mala
and Pearl street, which undoubtedly
displays tha finest stock of pianos, small
mualcal Instruments and sheet muslo In
tha city. Tha firm of A. Hospe Co. were
compelled Just recently on aooount of the
large Increase In their business to seek
larger quarters and as they bar two ex
cellent show windows In which to display
their goods, they are certainly making
good use of them.
Wlrkhaaa Completes Two Jobs.
E. A. Wlckham Co., of this city, con
tractors on the Milwaukee extension In
Dakota and Montana, wilt close down the
work tor the winter today. The con
struction ganga of the Wlckham company,
numbering some 200 men, after completing
the work on the Rapid City line, a stretch
of 100 miles, were transferred to the Pacific
ooast line and have been working east of
Wilbaux, Mont '.
Contractor Wlckham completed yesterday
the paving on West Broadway between
Twentieth and Twenty-fifth streets. He
will not attempt any more work on Broad
way thla year, but will resume laying the
paving In the spring. He has about one
and a half miles of sewer yet to lay and
four gangs are now at work (n order to get
this work completed before the ground gets
too hard. Sewers to be laid thla year are
on Nineteenth avenue from Thirteenth to
Sixteenth street; Ninth atreet from Six
teenth to Nineteenth avenue; sixteenth
avenue from Sixth to Eighth street;
Pleaaant street from Thirteenth to
Fifteenth avonue; Fifteenth avenue from
Pleasant to Third street; Sixteenth avenue
from Third to Main atreet Ten cars . of
pipe have Just been received by Mr
Wlckham tor this work. '
U ph ol a t e rtn sr.'
George W. Klein, 1 South Main street,
-phones: Ind., 710 Black; Bell, ttl.
Don't pull your money out of the bank
and hide It. Buy a diamond at Leffert's.
Always an asset you can realise on. Ad
vancing in value all the time.
Real Estate Transfers.
These transfers were reported to The
Bee November 29 by the Pottawattamie
County Abstract company of Council
Marlette Aylesworth and husband nnd
James Aylesworth to Cora Sherman,
part nefc sw4 and part n w"4 seV. of
1&-7B-43. w. d M.J00
Charles Schmidt and 'wife, et at. to
M. E. Crosier, n75 ft, of sw4 of blk.
47 Allen St Cook's add. to Avoca.
la., w. d. 1,600
Sheriff of Pottawattamie county, la.,
to Charles Schmidt, Jr., and L. J.
Bungs, nH w Ot blk. 47, Allan a .
Cook s add. to Avoca. la., fihff P. J.193
George Hansen and wife to Albert W. .
Knapp, lot S In blk. 8, Allison's add.
to Council Bluffs, la., w. A 2,000
Sheriff of Pottawattamie, county, la.,
to Charles Schmidt, Jr.. and L. J.
Bunge, aU bw of blk. 47, Allen & .
Cook's add. to Avoca, la., Shff D. LIT
hertrr of Pottawattamie county. Ia.,
to Charles Schmidt Jr., and L. J.
Bunge, n nwi of blk. 47, Atlen &
' Conk's add. to Avoca. Ia Shff. D. 1,
Sheriff of Pottawattamie county, ia.,
to -Charlee Schmidt, Jr., and L. J- ."
Bunge,- n4 e4 of blk. 47, Allen &
, Cnok'a adl to Avoca. Ia.. Shff. D. tE2
I. Muccl and wife to James M. Llntger,
60 feet of lot 8 in Huntington'B '
add. to Council Bluffa. Ia,, w. d. .. 1,000
Clirence H. Hafer and wife to F. R.
Flinn. lot B In blk. 38, Central subd.
of Council Bluffa, Ia.. w. d 1,000
Brick J. Erickson and wife to Mary
J. Putman. lota 1 and 14 In blk. g
in Omaha add. to Council Bluffs. Ia.,
w. d ' 950
J. P. Hee and wife and J. P. Hess. Jr.,
to Kate Fair, lot t in blk. 1, Squlrs's
add. to Council Fluffs, la., w. d. .. 1
H. M. Trlplett to B. P. Trlolett. lots
t. 4. I, and 7 in blk. E, McClelland,
Christian Andersen and wife to Chas.
H. Ijins. acres off 8 side of nV
swH sad nlO acres of stt sw4 of
12-77-41 rqe.d. X
A. J. Andersen anil wife to Cbas H.
Lane eiO aerea of sH w of 12-77-44
Chsr?8 Larsen'ani' wife 'to'CTj". H.
Lane, it acres of SWA ot 12-77-44,
q, C d I
Sixteen transfers; total
Diamonds never wear out, get old or go
out of style. We buy our diamonds at
headauarters and can save you money
on the purchase, price. Have a look at
ur gems. Leffert's.
PyrogTaphy outfits snd supplies. C p.
C'lbcrt McClurg of Colorado Springs has
been secured by the Council Bluffs Com
mercial club to give his lecture or "Travel
Talk," as he himself calls It, on Texas, en
the evening of Friday. January 8. The lec
ture la to be free to the publlo and will be
given In the auditorium of the public
"O. Brave New World" ia the title Mr.
McClurg glvea to the lecture. The dla-
covery and history of tha Lone mar state,
with graphlo word plotures of Its develop
ment, present beauties and reaouroea, It la
stated, constitute tbe general trend of the
leoture. The lecture will be illustrated with
ateroontlran views together with motion
picture scenes of tarpon fishing on the Oulf
of Mexico, -.
Wanted Places (or students to room and
board, and places to work for room and
board. Western Iowa College.
N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tel. 360; night, L I
New Scotch post earda Sea ths:a at
Alexander's Art Store.
Victims af Bad Cheek a.
The pollca learned yesterday that the man
posing aa Charley Parker, who passed a
bogus check on the Palace grooery, suo
ceded In securing other victims. The fel
low Induced Sara Friedman, a Broadway
pawnbroker, to honor one of the checks for
Iffl.eO. Friedman ia out a $30 shotgun and
$1.40 In cash. P. Friedman, a pawnbroker
oa South Main atreet, aooepted one 'of the
ohecka for $8. The police say the fellow
attempted to ca-h similar cchecks at sev
eral otlier places, but did not succeed. All
of the checks bad printed In the corner
with rubber letters, "Lewis Wheeler
Mfg. Co- M Avenue B, Council Bluffa
klneT of soft coal stovaa, the Acorn gas
burner. It saves W per cent of the fuel by
burning up all gases Instead of letting
them go up ths chimney. Burns anything.
Po not buy till you see It. IX W. Keller,
Kit South Mala street.
Wife Proves Uayleldiag.
FORT DODdiC la., Nov. Kftpeelal)
Because her busband had been eoavloted
ot the oriiue of selling Uquor contrary to
law and sc&teaoed by tha court to slaty
days Ia Jail Mrs. Mary X Tim moan ap
plied for and secured a divorce from him.
"My huaband," said Mia TimnoM on ths
stand, "only tended bar for another man
wU kept aa Illegal place oao day, when
be was sick, to help bun out, but Uat
didn't slows tua la icy sUmatlec
MAIL ORDER IIOUSE FIGHTS
Chicago Firm Seeks to Hare Des
Jloinei Retail Grocer. Indicted.
ASSERTS THEY ABE ET TRUST
Ovrao CaaaiRlns aal lr a inker at Ills
Close Political Frleads Hold a
Coslmioe, bat Are Blleat
a t Its Object.
(From a Staff Correspondent )
DE3 MOINES, la., Not. SO. Speolal.)
A fight' agalnat the alleged Des Moines
Orocera' trust is threatened by Sears, Roe
buck dt Company of Chicago, the big mall
order house indicted by the federal grand
Jury for use of the United States malls
for the purpose of fraud. It is asserted
that the Des Moines Retail Orocera' asso
ciation Is at the bottom of the indictment
agalnat the Chicago concern. Thla waa
openly stated at the time tha Indictment
came. Editor PUklhgton of the Iowa Trade
Journal and W. A. Graham, a lawyer, said
to have been engaged for the work by the
Retail Orocera' association, uncovered the
evidence that led to the federal Indlut
The Chicago firm baa engaged N. T.
Guernsey, an attorney of Des Moines, to
represent It In the trial in the federal
court here, which has been set for next
May. It is alleged that alnce the Indict
ment detectives for thla Chicago concern
have been here looking up the claim that
the Retail Orocera' association la a corpo
ration In restraint of trade In that It flxea
the prices on groceries here and keops
them well up.
The report has it that the Chicago con
cern proposes to fight fire with fire and
will seek to bring about the indictment of
the offioers of the local association. This
may be brought by the Polk county grand
Jury, or it may be brought before the fed
eral grand Jury of Chicago, where tha mall
order house la supposed to have more
The warrants for the arrest of the offi
cials of Sears, Roebuck dt Company were
placed In the hands of a United States
deputy marshal today and the deputy left
for Chicago to servo them. The officiate
will be taken before a United States com
missioner and allowed to give bond.
Csmmlm to Davenport,
Governor Cummins soma time ago ac
cepted the invitation to address the Elks
at Davepnort on December 1. This will be
the occasion of their memorial services for
members of the order who have died. A
committee oonalsttng of Colonel Ficnch, ex
Congressman Lane and others will receive
htm. During bis stay in Davenport bs will
be entertained by Colonel French.
Owl Car December 1.
It has bees announced by tha manage
ment of the pes Moines street railway
system that the owl car service here will
be started December 1.
Politicians Are Here.
Lieutenant Governor Warren Garst of
Coon Rapids, ex-Senator A. B. Funk of
Spirit Lake, Senator Smith of Osage, At
torney General Byers, Editor D. W. Norrla
of the Marshalltown Times-Republican,
State Binder B. D. Chaasell, State Printer
Emory English were all In Dea Moines to
day and were all In Governor Cummins'
office with the governor In consultation at
one time. Just the nature of the matter
under consideration could not be learned.
It was denied that It had to do with the
question of who will be the' progressive
csndldato for governor and it was denied
that it related to the campaign for United
States senator. It was intjmated that
"nothing might come of the conference."
Chairman Woods Denies Chnrsre.
Chairman Frank P. Woods denies that
$SO,000 was contributed to the last republi
can campaign by the liquor interests. The
charge was made In the Shenondoah
World, a democratic newspaper of which
Senator W. E Jamleson of the Fremont
Page district la editor and proprietor.
Frank P. Wooda waa chairman of the re
publican atate contral committee. He
aaya: "While the committee had anfflclent
funds to pay the necessary expenses of
the campaign, there waa not one oent of
it contributed by the liquor Interests. All
the contributions were small, the largest
being $2fl0 and the smallest K carta."
Wit Will Be Receiver f
Politicians are watching with some In
terest tbe campaign that Is on at Charlton
for the position of receiver for the First
National bank there. H. D. Copeland is a
candidate for tha position and has the
endorsement of Congressman Hepburn and
practically all the state officials. It has
been claimed at Charlton that the appoint
ment would not go to anyone inside of the
eighth district on the claim that Senator
Allison was supporting someone else
Pardon for BUI' Richards.
Friends of Bill Richards, the former
United States deputy marshal convloted
and sentenced to the penitentiary for
eighteen years for a robbery at Hamilton,
la., some years ago, are endeavoring to aa.
cure a pardon for him. Learning that he
waa under suspicion, Richards fled the
country and then began negotiations for
bond, pending giving himself up. As soon
aa bond was arranged and he was aaaured
a fair trial be canae to Dea Molnea and
waa placed under arrest. Blnoe then all
the persons by whose testimony he was
convicted have been sent to the peniten
tiary for one crime or another. Richards
was convicted of robbing; Mr. and Mrs.
Sullivan. Sullivan Is In the penttfntlary
for attempted murder e-nd Mrs. Sullivan
for keeping a disorderly house. Baird,
who was convicted of the robbery and
turned atate'a evidence agulnat Richards,
la at 111 at the penitentiary. There has al
ways been some ' doubt as to Richards
Ouwt Sratleel Sold.
ONAWA. Ia., Nov. f .-!SpectaJ.)-The
Onawa 6entlnel, tha leading republican
paper of Monona county, has been gold by
its owner, W. R. Prealtt, to T. L. and C.
B- Ooseard of Ames, la., who lake posses
sion next Monday morning. About a year
and a half ego Mr. Prewitt was appointed
postmaster of Onawa and he claims In the
announcement that his duties as postmas
ter Interfere to considerable extent with
bis editorial duties and thst he prefers to
retain tbe government Job. Mr. Prewitt
bought the t'entinel of Lister Brothers
about five years sgo and has enlarged the
plant oonatlerahly In the meantime. The
Sentinel under his charge has alwaya been
very active In Monona county politics.
Hotel Loses Turkey dapply.
FORT DODGE. Ia., Nov. .-Spclal.)
Thieves entered the coon where thirty fat
turkeys were penned up for Thanksgiving
at tho Crawford hotel the night before
Thanksgiving and stole all of the fowls
for the next day's feaat except one, which
was toe Lvely to capture. The loss waa
pot discovered until the next day and It
was found neoessary to scour the farming
oommunlUea In utoovotnleo to secure a
supply of national birds for tha guests of
Tna List Veer tsaalL
FOP.T PODGE, la.. Nor. 29.-lSpec.liO.)
The lightest tax sle held la Wsbrter
county for years will take place Monday,
December I, at the court house In Fort
XEieeittn-e TScIkefis FREE
a Tickets FREE WUti Every SIO or Over I MEN'S or WOMEN'S
4 Tickets FHEC With Every 918 or Over CLOTHING SALE.
Tho Tickets ara for ths Burwood Theater and May Da Had for Any Performance Desired.
Jj i P -
The best value In the city for the money.
Flegant selected seasoned stock.
l.nrire 42-In. square tops, best of con
struction, extenda to six pr
feet, $10.00 valuea on AJ
ft bkiu ir - pri
U IRON BEDS SHfa
Our iron bed values .tie recognised as
the best in the city. This week ws offer
a fancy design new bed of full bent.
seamless tubing, beautiful enameled,
other stores ask 8.&0
tor It, our
Extra fine value, built by
experts, largo fire-pot, du
plex shaking and draw
grates, nnnaaomeiy ntcu. i
Dodge. Less than 200 properties will be
sold. This Is pointed at by flnsnclal men
as "h favorable Indication. The delinquent
tax list Is an important indication of the
real financial condition of property owners
snd when the list Is large it may usually
be assumed that times are "really hard."
Woodmen Camp at Fort Podge.
pnRT nonflE. Ia.. Nov. 29. (Special.)
Two hundred members of the Modern
Woodmen of America gathered in Tort
Dodge Wednesday evening- on the occasion
of the celebration of the twentieth anni
versary of the organlaatlon of the Fort
Dodge camp of the order. The day was
made one of general celebration for the
nrdr In Webster county and forty camps
were represented at the meeting, whloh was
held in the srmory. A class or rony candi
dates was initiated n'id a banquet was
nerved. Head Banker C. H. McNclder cf
Maeon City, State Deputy Korne of Des
Moines, and other notables in the order
were In attendance.
No Scrip Used at Fort Dodge.
FORT DODOE. Ia.. Nov. 80 (Special.)
tp a, tni in Tumi have Buffered leas from
the flrancial depression than Fort Dodge.
There haa been no scare, no rumors afoot,
credit haa not been undermined or con
fidence in the last shaken. During the
height of the excitement over the country
the banks here paid in cash and Bcrip or
cashiers' checka have never been Issued.
"Our deposits are heavier right now than
they were two months ago," saio a promi
nent banker, "and I believe the same holds
true with the rest of tho banks of the
city." There are five banks In Fort Dodge
and their total capltailiatlon is so.o.uw.
Deposits exoeed $3,0(10,000. f
Iowa News Neies. -
-a. r-wtmr l"l Kmiu rt an finlriAntl-
tramp was found in the ruins of iarls
E. WUson s Darn loaay. " "c,'""".
tramp crawled into the bay and lighted
his pipe, falling asleep. ,
. n . ...n,,M r m -1 Vlanavmn
ri,i!;ABAri i V HAicy inn...,,, .
oaahler of the First National bank at this
place, is retovoruia mJiji iin
that if Flanagan recovers he will be totally
The physicians will make no statement
other than thla. The bank Is looking for
MARSHAL! TOWN Mrs. Barah Lackey
Thorlton, aaed W years, and one of the
pioneer settlors of Marshall county, died
at her home In this city today of a com
plication of diBeaaes due to old age. With
her husband, who survives her, Mrs. TliorU
ton came to this county in 1&. She Is
survived by four gnnsratlons. Inoludnd
among thtin there being two great-greatgrandchildren.
MAK8HALLTOWN At a meeting of the
executive committee of the Iowa Sunday
School association, held In this city today,
plans for the 1 convention, to bu held in
this city In June, were outlined. The con
vention will be held during the third wetk
In June and the program committee ex
pects to have somb of the bet known
speakers and workers In Sunday school
circles In the I'nlted States on the pro
gram. Dr. J. C. Kephart, of Toledo, chair
man of the executive contrulttee said that
the next convention would be the largeat
ever held by the Elate ssoclatton.
ALIENS ARE RUSHING HOWE
Twelve Tkosuai Steerasie Passengers
Will Leave New York for
NEW TORK. Nov. 10. The extraordinary
rush of aliens to Europe continues una
bated and eight steamships sailing tomor
row will csrry over 12,000 steerage passen
gers. Nearly all transatlantic liners sched
uled to sail within the next two weeks have
bean booked up because of ths flood of ap
plications. The steamship President Lin
coln, sailing next Thursday, will break all
records for the number of steerage passen
gers carried by one ship. This steamer
will take l,M paasengers In the steerage
for Mediterranean points, which is about
M passengers more than tbe vessel could
ordinarily accom modal.
Berths will bo made up between decks
and, as K Is more profitable to carry steer
age passengers than freight, several tons
of freight will bo left beldud and tke apace
used for passengers. The best previous
record for the number of steerage pas
Furniture Makes Acceptable
Our floors are filled with season
able goods that are snltabls for Xmas
presents. Ws suggest early baying
before tho assortments are broken.
(10 MONEY DOVil
makes It possibls for yon to eome
here and purchase your Christinas
presents without worrying about hav
ing ths money to pay for It. Tha
after payments are mads to suit your
SOLID OAK DRESSERS
Beautiful golden oak fin
lh, three large and easy
sliding drawers, bust of
construction and unmatch
ed value, spe
this week for.
FEW FURNITURE BASGtlNS THAT
Couches, 15.00 values, sale
$5.00 values, sale price ...91.75
10.00 values, sale pries . 6.50
1515 -17-10 FARHAMSTa
CU BTOKST TUT'l BQOdJM AXX, OT1U
sengers was held by the President Grant,
which last week carried away 3,200.
The Mauretanla, the Republic, the Ma
trlcla, the Koenlg Albert, the New York,
the Caledonia, tho Nord Amcrlka and the
C. F. TletJonwlll take away the 12,000
steerage passengers who sail tomorrow.
LID CAMPAIGN IN CHICAGO
Llqaor Dealers Association PlasmlasT
te Make Fiarht More 'Warrants
CHICAOO, Nov. 80. -Plans for combatting
tho Sunday closing campaign of the Chi
cago Law and Order league were made at
a meeting of the Liquor Dealers' Protective
Aaeoclatlon of Illinois tonight. The ealoon
keepers of Chicago were warned that the
crlaia In the liquor traffic of the aUte haa
been reached, and aa a result ISO names
were added to the membership lists.
Bight additional warranta were sworn out
for alleged offenders against the Sunday
closing ordinances by agents of the Law
and Order league today. Eleven saloon men
prevlouely arremed demanded Jury trials
and their cases were postponed.
- Governor Folk of Missouri today declined
to apeak at the mass meeting which the
adherents of Sunday closing are planning
Tor the near future. The governor gives as
his reason the "doubtful propriety of the
executive of one state going Into another
state and doing what might be considered
Interference with the local affairs of the
ST. PAUL, Minn., Nov. .-A committee
representing the Baptist Young People's
union of St. Paul this afternoon made a
formal demand on the police commission
that the state law forbidding the sale of
Uquor after 11 p. m. be enforced. Tho corn,
mission replied that for the present It would
confine ita efforte to the enforcement of
Mother of Our Famous Cut
One Day Only, Monday, Decemter 2
r-- 'i' i
;-' y v,-f-.-il-
Heavy Cut Glasa Tumblerg, regular price 5.00 per
net Monday, at, per aet $3.35
Grand Pre-Hollday Clearance Bale of odd piecea In Cut
Glaus. These are bargains:
B-lnch N'applea, regular price 1.7S, Friday. .$1.25
Spoon Traya, regular price $2.75, Friday .. .$l.t5
Handled Eon Bona, regular price $3.76, Friday $2.75
Cheese Plate, regular price $2.35, Friday $1.85
7- inch deep Cut Bowls, regular
prlce$2.00, Friday $1.25
8- lnch deep Cut Bowls, regular
prlee $7.80. Friday $5.50
There Is more than the price
to commend this article to
you. Five large and roomy
drawers, elegant construc
LIN IBLI U,
tion, a no
AWAIT TOU THIS WEEK
Parlor Tables 3.5" values, sale price
Rlilrboards, $20 values, sale prloe 91S.7S
Three Pleoe Parlor Suits, $80.00 values
sale prloe flMd
Tfi3 Union's Famous
Easy Terms, o
On bill of 950, 60e
a wock; on a bill of 100
$1.00 a wtk.
the city ordinances forbidding the sale of
liquor after midnight and on Sunday. A
committee representing the Epworto league
of the First Methodist church notified the
mayor that if by January 1 he had taken
no action towarda enforcing tho 11 o'olock
closing law proceedings would be Instituted
to remove him from office.
ARCHBOLD JDENIES TAINT
Vice President of Standard Oil Corn
paay Says All His Money is
NEW YORK. Nov. 80 John D. Arcbbold,
vice president of the Standard OH company,,
declared tonight In a speech at the annual
dinner of the New York Alumni associa
tion of Syracuse university that if be had
thought that there was any taint on hla
money he never would have offered a
dollar to fhe Syracuse university, Tha
principal speaker of the evening was Chan
cellor James R. Day, , who delivered an ad
dress on "Syracuse University."
When a toast was proposed for "Chan
cellor Day and the Man Behind," there
were also cheers for John D, Archbo'.J,
who took the occasion to make a speech.
Mr. Archbold said: ,
"There has been a slight reference to
tainted money this evening. I wish to say
that if I thought there was any taint on
my money I would never have offered a
dollar of it to Syraouse university) my con
science would not have allowed me, I could
not have asked God's blessing on such
"I have earned my money by fifty years
of good, hard, conscientious toll and honest
Intent, In the pursuit of business,- or I
would never have given a dollar to further
When you have anything to sell ad
tlae It In The Bee Want Ad Columns.
Note theaa prices;
Tumblers, (2 shapes) at
Wine GlanRpa, each 2d
Champagne Glauses, each,
at , . . . . 20e
Goblets, each 2G
Handled Sherbets, each,
8 pint Tall Juf at gl.17
Water Beta, at. . $3.23
-Inch deep Cut Bowls, regular
price $10.00, Friday,. $7.75
10-lnrh deep Cut Bowla, regular
price $1S, Friday $14
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