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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : MONDAY. JANUARY 11. 1900.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
Otlce 15 Scott Street.
Stockert sella carpets.
Ed Rogers, Tony Faust beer.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. Thons tt.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. t
Pictures for gifts. C. E. Alexander, $33
Dr. Scott Covalt, dentist, removed to
Room 30U City Nat. Bank Bldg.
The annual meeting; of the Associated
Charities will be held Monday afternoon at
i:30 o'clock In the parlors of the First
Presbyterian church. Officers for the en
suing; year will be elected and reports from
the various officers read. A full attendance
Mrs. P. M. Hoffman, R17 Fifth avenue, Is
confined to her home with sickness.
Lost A man lost tl by not going to Dun
can's big discount sale, at 23 Main street,
for his shoes.
The county supervisors, aftr disposing
of a lot of routine business yerterday. In
cluding the auditing and allowing of a
large batch of bills and claims, adjourned
to Tuesday, January IV.
The West Council Bluffs Improvement
club will meet Tuesday evening for the
annual election pf officers.
The annual dinner and business meeting
of the congregstion of the First Congrega
tional church will bo held Monday evening
In the church parlors.
Dr. J. C. Dectkln. Dentist, haa moved
Ills office from the Sapp block to Koom
2f)2. second floor. City National bank
The Council Bluffs Beta!) Grocers' and
Butchers' association will give a dancing
party in the Masonic temple auditorium
Thursday evening of this week.
D. C. Martin, rooming at 750 West 'Wash
ington avenue, reported to the police last
evening that a sneak thief had entered his
room and stolen several garments and other
Twenty pe' fit discount on a'l shoes,
slippers and overshoes and winter goods at
Duncan's, 23 Vain street.
Thomas F. King of Ftrt Omaha and
Oertrudo P. Haxe of Omaha were married
In thla city yesterday by Rev. Henry De
I -on. The groom ts a member of the
signal cot-pa stationed at Fort Omaha.
Bee our ad on page 13." Cut this out
and present It to us and we will refund
your car fare on a purchase of $5. Pal
ace Clothing Co., corner lth and Doug
Ian Ssreeta, Omaha.
Mrs. Sophia Smith, a former resident of
Treynor, Is., died yesterday at St.
Bernard's hospital from the Infirmities of
old age and mental trouble. The body was
taken to Cutler's undertaking rooms await
ing disposition by relatives
We quote facts, not hot air ,
say wo have me dcsi system ""'"
fine watcn repairing in inc mj
once and be convinced. Only reasonable
prices charged.- O. Mauthe, 228 Bway.
Word has been received here of the
death of Mrs. Elisabeth vlley. a former
resident of Council Bluffs. Mrs. Wiley,
who was 81 vears of age, died at the homo
of her daughter, Mrs. Carrie Ballard. In
Karsas City. The furcral will be held In
Glenwood, la., today.
Nothing reserved at Duncan's shoe sale.
Everything has the 20 per cent discount off
for the next ten days, a Main street.
In Justice Gardiner's court a Jury yes
teiday gave Frank Welsner a verdict for
60 against the street railway company for
the death of a mule belonging to Welsner.
which it was alleged was struck and killed
ry a street car on the Fifth avenue line
near Twelfth street cne night during laai
An Information charging James Johnscn.
1006 Fifth avenue, with being a dlpsomanlao
was filed yesterday bv his wife. Mrs. Klr
stlne Johnson. The question of whether
Johnson shall be committed to the stsM
hospital for lnebrlatea will be decided by
Juiige Thornoll Monday rrormng. Johiicn
fan taken Into custody last evening by
the sheriff and placed In the county Jail.
At the meeting of Council Bluffs loilge
No. 270, Ancient Order of United Workmen,
Friday evening, those officers rre In
stsllrd: Hans Sandwlck. past master work
man; William Klnsel, master workman;
W. Batchelor. foreman; W. H. Foster,
overseer; Cecil Tipton, guide; T. A. Bre
wlck. recorder; O. Hochman, financier: D.
1 Hose, receiver: Mr. Crenshaw, Inside
watchman; Mr. Keller, outside watchman.
Found A woman found she saved $1 by
attending the big shoe sale at Duncan's, 23
Me in street, and having her feet properly
Rev. C. 8 Hanley of Shenandoah will
close his week's engagement at the Peo
ple's church. Thirty-fifth stroet and Avenue
H. this evening. Rev. Dr. O. O. Smith,
pestor of the First Congregational church,
will assist In the closing services, which
wiil include a communion service In the
morning.. In tho afternoon Mr. Hanley will
speak at Woodbury ehnpd. Mr. Hanley's
next work Is at the Cor.giogatlonal church
In Cromwell, la.
Twenty Per Cent Discount Sale Furni
ture, heating stoves. Petersen & Schoenlng
Ivanhoe homestead No. 391. Brotherhood
of American Yeomen, will Install officers
Thursday evening. January 14, In the
Knights of Pythias hall. W. E. Davy of
lies Moines, supreme secretary, and W. R.
ghlrlev of Sioux City, state manager, will
officiate at the Installation. The officers
to he Inaugurated are: Foreman. Wallace
M. Hendrlx; overseer. W. H. Mullen; cor
respondent. Mrs. Barbara Tucker; master
of ceremonies, Mrs. K. A. Tucker; chap
lain. Mrs. Maude Maxwell.
Twenty Per Cent Discount Sale Furni
ture, heating atoves. Peteraen & Schoenlng
Deputy Clerk Hardesty of the district
court completed yesterdny the annual re
port for 1 of the Juvenile division of the
district court, which will be sent to the
Slate Beard of Control at Doa Moines It
shows thst thirty-nine esses of children
under 16 years of age were docketed. Of
tiie thirty-nine cases formally docketed
thirteen children were placed in the care
of the probation officers or returned to
their parents with Instructions to report.
Private homea were found for three chil
dren Thirteen were sent to Btate Institu
tions, at Eldora or Mltehellvllle. and one
h sent to . St. Bernard's hospital as a
Arrested for Stealing Fnra.
Albert Hogan, charged with breaking Into
the hide house of J. R. Llndeay at Main
atrcet and Ninth avenue last Tuesday night
and stealing fur pelts valued at about $300,
was brought back from Lincoln, Neb., last
evening by Detectives Callaghan and
Hogan was arrested In Lincoln when he
.mured the Cadwallader hide house and
uffeied a large number of mink and civet
cat pelts for sale. I Tog an was foun'd In
possession of twenty-eight pelts when taken.
Into custody. Most of these were Identified
last night by Mr. Lindsay as forming part
of" the bundles of furs stolen from his
Ilogan, who Is a stranger to the local
police, refused to talk last nlgnt. He eon
sonted to accompany the officers to Council
Bluffs without requisition papers.
Licenses to wed were issued yesterday to
Name and Residence. Age.
Thomas F. King. Fort Omaha
Gertrude P. Haie. Omaha 19
Georcc R. Fenn, Crescent, la 18
l. lla Sarratt. Crescent, la
IF YOU ARE CURABLE
WE CAN CURE YCU
Average Tims ts Core
Rupture. .. .One Visit
" One Visit
Cataracts ...10 Days
Catarrh .....SO Days
Goiter SO Days
Piles . . . .8 to t Days
Offtos Soars to t
Writ today to
Main and Broadway,
covarcu avxrrru, t i i
Both 'Phones 43.
POOR YEAR FOR FRUIT MEN
Receipts of Growers' Association Less
Than Half Previous Year.
BRIGHT PROSPECTS FOR FUTURE
Leglslatare o Bo Asked for Law
Compelling; tbe Spraying; of
Fralt Trees for nestroe
tlon of Peats.
Reports of the secretary and other of
ficers at the annual meeting of the Coun
cil Blnffs Grape Growers' association Sat
urday showed that the organisation had
not enjoyed aa prosperous a season as in
1907. Aa a result of the disastrous condi
tions which prevailed last spring the fruit
crop In this vicinity wss light as compared
wth former years and the business done
by the association was less than half what
It was during the previous year. Reports
from growers, however, were that Indica
tions pointed to a heavy crop this year,
although It was conceded that It was a
little early to make a sure forecast.
The association placed Itself on record as
unanimously opposed to the proposed wide
tire legislation by the state legislature.
The members expressed themselves as be
ing of the opinion that tt would entlal
needless expense on the farmers.
That Iowa should have a law requiring
spraying of fruit trees and making other
regulations similar to those In force in
fruit states of the Pacific slope, for the
destruction of fruit pests was a sentiment
expressed by the members and the matter
was discussed at length, but no action waa
The old board of directors waa re-elected.
It Is composed aa follows: J. J. Aula
baugh, Alexander Wood, J. J. Hess, C.
Konlgmacher, Henry Sperling, W. S. Kee
Une, J. Gretzer, W. G. Rich, R. McKenxle.
These officers were elected: President, J.
J. Aulabuugh; vice president, Alexander
Wood: secretary, J. J. Hess; treasurer.
r Vnnl.mnrh.r Th.u w.r. rtAmed as an
- ',,,, - committee: P. Wahlgren. E. A.
Hess and P. Bagley
The directore adjourned to meet Satur
day, January 23, at which time the election
of a general manager will be held and
other business transacted.
The report of the secretary showed that
the receipts of the association during 1908
were $59,072.31, and tho disbursements were
$58,299.12. The sales of fruit for the sea
son amounted to $39,468.01, and salea of ma
terial were $4,845.11. The resources of the
association are placed at $33,581.63, and the
liabilities at $20,000, of which amount $16,000
represents stock subscriptions, making the
net liabilities only $4,000.
The gross annual receipts of the associa
tion since Us Incorporation January 14,
1893, have been aa follows:
DAY FOR WATER BOXD HEARING
January Twenty-Seven Set by Judge
Judge Smith McPherson at a session of
United States court In this city yesterday,
fixed Wednesday, January 27 for a hear
ing In the suit brought by the C. B. Nash
company of Omaha, against the city offic
ials of Council Bluffs to restrain the ls-
suance of the proposed $600,000 water works
bonds, and to enjoin further proceedings
In the action Instituted to test the validity
of the proposed bond issue, At this hear
ing the court will be asked to determine
the question of vacating the restraining
order Issued January 5, or the Issuance of
a temporary Injunction.
City Solicitor C. F. Kimball entered an
appearance for all the defendants In the
suit and January 27, waa aet for the hear
ing by agreement of counsel for both sides,
L. F. Crofoot of Omaha, appearing for the
After the date for the hearing had been
agreed upon Judge McPherson suggested
that counsel arrange between themselves
for the taking of the evidence, so that It
might be reduced to writing and submitted
to ths court In that form on the date
named. Pending the hearing on January
27, the temporary restraining order Issued
by Judge McPherson when the suit was
filed, will remain in force.
Convention of Postmasters.
Addresses and discussion of vartoua mat
ters of peculiar Interest in the postal serv
ice will comprise the program of a meeting
of the postmasters of the third and fourth-
class offices In the Council Bluffs district
to be held In the federal building of this
city Tuesday, January 19. The opening
aesslon will be held at 10 o'clock lu the
Among ths subjects to be discussed will
be "The Local Rural Free Delivery
Parcels Post," by L U Reynolds of Little
Sioux, secretary of the association, and
"New Department Orders and Improve
ments In the Service." by Charles A. Rey
nolds of Harlan. The question box will be
In charge of W. P. Dinwiddle of Macedonia.
W. B. Keith, president of the association,
will be chairman of the meeting. An in
vitation has been extended to the wives of
the postmasters and to the rural carriers of
the district to be present at the meeting.
Real Estate Transfers.
These transfers were reported to The Bee
January t by the Pottawattamie County
Abstract company of Council Bluffs:
William F. Helman et al. to Auguste
Helman, neV ne, section 1, and part
nwi4 nV 1-75-40, q. c. d $ 1
Hattle O. Hardin, and W. D. Hardin
to W. R. Fry. lot 2. block 33. Bay.
llss & Palmer's add to Council Bluffs,
q. c. d
George W. Brett and wife to W. R.
Fry, lot 2. block 23. Bayltss Pal
mer's add. to Council Bluffs, q. c, d.
Harmon D. Harpole and wife to Fran
ces if. Archer, lot 29, block 30, Ferry's
add. to Council Bluffs, w. d
August Gailus and wife to Anna Case,
lot 1, blm'k . Beers' subdiv. to Coun
cil Bluffs, w. d
A. H. Smith and wife to Alexander
Valller, ee awV 21-76-43, w. d
Total, alx transfers.
Accidentally Shoots Himself;
Albert Kolb. living at 16J0 South Ninth
street, while . handling a loaded revolver
on Broadway near Shxth street last oven,
lng, accidentally discharged the weapon
Tho bullet entered his left leg and lodged
In the ball of tbe foot. He was taken to
police headquarters, where City Physician
Tubus removed ths bullet, aud later was
taken to his home. Kolb told the police he
ti taking the revolver to a friend and
pulled It out of his pocket to show another
friend, when It was accidentally discharged.
The affair created considerable excitement
on Broadway, as the afreet wss crowded at
the time and a large number of people
were Just leaving one of the moving picture
theaters near which young Kolb was standing.
Aadltorlnm Company Flection.
At the first annual meeting of the Au
ditorium company, held In the rooms of
the Ct mmerclat club, the old board of di
rector and officers was re-elected.
Tha officers are: President. Eugene
Stupfel, vice president. Dr. H. B. Jen
nings; secretary, D. E. Stuart; treasurer,
Paul C. De Vol; executive committee, J.
E. Hollenbeck, William Children and Dr.
The report of the treasurer showed that
the finances of the company were In good
ahape. It was decided to continue the
campaign for the subscription of stock
and devote the money thua obtained to
laying the floor and finishing the ex
terior of the building, the walls of which
It la proposed to cover with cement.
Appraisers on School Site.
E. R. Jackson, county superintendent of
schools, yesterday appointed H. O. Mc
Gee. D. W. Otis and F. F. Everest as the
commissioners to appraise the property
at the corner of Broadway and Oak street,
which the Board of Education desires to
condemn as a site for the proposed new
school building In the eastern part of the
The Board of Education and the owners
of the property were unable to reach an
agreement as to the purchase price, so
the board decided to resort to condemna
PAST WEEK I BUFFS SOCIETY
Comings, Goings aad Doing of People
Mr. Frank Keeline will leave today for
St. Mary's. Kan., where he will enter Bt.
Mr. Bryant of Denver is the guest of his
aunt, Mis. H. B. Watson, 111 West Wash
The C. M. L. Club will be entertained
Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
C. R. Cornelius. 502 South Seventh street.
Mrs. T. G. Turner entertained the Ideal
club Tuesday afternoon. The next meeting
will be at the home of Mrs. Lewis Cutler.
Miss Florence Lacy and Miss Bernadette
Wlckham have returned to Atchison, Kan.,
where they will continue their studies In
St. Joseph's college.
Mr. Iee Wlckham. Mr. Robert Wlckhsm
snd Mr. Ed Kherlock left Thursday evening
for St. Mary's, Kan., where they continue
their studies at St. Mary's college.
Ed Hess entertained at an oyster supper
Friday evening nt the Hess farm. His
guests were the Misses Lillian Price, Helen
Robinson. Ellen Organ and Messrs. Clyde
Lyon, Btrt Clark and Ira Frederlckson.
The members of St. Anne's chapter of
the Woman s guild of St. Paul s Episcopal
church will entertain at a card party
Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Theodore N. Petersen on Fourth street.
Miss Cherrv Wells entertained at an In
formal Kensington Thursday at her home
on Park avenue In honor of Mrs. Robert
Thelnhardt. Cards were enjoyed through
out the evening, nfter which light refresh
ments were served.
The Oakland Avenue club met Friday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. J. D. Crock'
well. 135 Vine street. Mrs. C. G. Saunders
gave as her topic. "Noble Character.
Ruth;" Mrs. J. B. 8wan, "Paris; Stod
dard Lecture, Mrs. F. J. Towslee,
Mrs. J. W. Mitchell was hostess to the
Kensington club Thursday afternoon. The
afternoon was pleasantly snent at kenslng
ton work, after which light refreshments
were served. The club will .be entertained
Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs,
C. S. Lawson, 420 Glen avenue.
The members of the Rochester Dancing
ciud enjoyed a masquerade dance Tuesday
evening In Eagles hall. Prizes for the
handsomest costumes were swarded Mrs.
Kate Funs, Miss Ellen Busby, Mr. Bert
Sunderland and Mr. Alvln Winn. Mayor
Maloney acted aa one or tne judges.
Miss Ethel Watson entertained at an In
formal 7 o'clock dinner Monday evening
for Mrs. Robert Thelnhardt. The dining
room waa prettily decorated In rink and
green, a large bowl of pink roses forming
a pretty center piece on the dining table.
Covers were lnld for ten guests. After din
ner the evening was pleasantly spent at
Mrs. Karl Hoist entertained the Klatter
klub Friday afternoon at her home on Fifth
avenue. Prises at "5oO" were awarded Miss
Cherry Wells, Miss Lillian Price. Mrs.
George Mayne. Mrs. Frank Plnney and
Miss Marian Tyler. At the close of the
game light refreshments were served. Miss
Marian Tyler will be the next hostess to
The Atlas club met Tuesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. W. I. Walker. 'The Es
corial." was the topic given by Mrs. G.
Hamilton: "Supremacy of the Seas I'nder
Charles V," by Mrs. Ed. Keys: "Cordova
ad the Mosque," by Mrs. J. M. Barstow;
"Commerce, Ancient and Modern," by Mrs.
C. F. Kimball; "Current Events'' by Mrs.
L. R. Hypes.
Mrs. M. F. Rohrer entertained at a card
party Tuesday afternoon at her home. 239
Vine street, for her daughter, Mrs. Robert
Thelnhardt, of Seneca, Neb. Bridge was
played, two tables being used. Mrs. Atkins
was awarded the prize for the highest
score and Mrs. Kd Brown was awarded
the consolation prize. At the close of the
game light refreshments were served.
The Misses Stubbs gave an informal
dancing party last evening. The guests
were the Misses Mary Mayno, Vena Binder,
Mary Wadsworth. Edith Organ, Ruth Felt.
Margaret Metcalf. Hazel Hannan, Sarah
Kesley, Velma Peck, Frances Keeline and
Messrs. Roland Otis, Glen Reed. Will Cut
ler, Wlnfleld Mayne, Jean Cleaver. Ward
Price, George Camp. John Stubhs, M.
Ketclium and Miles Graham of Omaha,
The University club met Wedensday af
ternoon St the home of Mrs. J. M. Mat
thews, on Angle avenue, Mrs. Haley acting
as leader. The study for the afternoon
Included the Kenaissnnce ana aiooern Art.
and the eludy of Italy. Mrs. Thornton
told "The Story of Enid," after which
New Year Kesonmons were given Dy
the guests. Mrs. Ingram will act aa host
ess January 13. Mrs. McCune acting aa
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Qulnn entertained
the members of the Knoii Hill "600 club
at a 7 o'clock course dinner Thursday
evening at their home on Oakland avenue.
The after dinner hours were devoted to
"brt." Mrs. Qulnn ana Mr. J. r , Wilcox
helnr awarded the prises for the highest
scores In the series of games to date. Mr.
nd Mrs. Charles Be no will entertain the
club January 21 at their home on Lawton
The Tuesday History cluh met Tuesday
afternoon a me nonie or ira. r-uroum, bis
rlxtn avenue, nirs. ireu morgan acieq as
leaier. Mrs. J. L. Mahle gave as her tenlc,
"(jueen Christina;" Mrs. J. J. Spindler,
"John Banner: Ferstensson;" Mrs. C. G.
Saunders. "War with Denmark;" Mrs. G.
A. Stavclv, "Swedish Colony In America;"
Mrs. A. W. Askwlth. "Peace of West
phalia;" Mrs. W. C. Joseph. "Codex Ar
gent; Mrs. b. M. nnyaer. education.
Railroad OBelal Missing.
CRESTON. la., Jan. .-(8peclal.)-After
a week's unaccountable absence ths friends
of L. Z. Braytnn, cashier of the Chicago,
Burlington & Qulncy Railroad company at
Shenandoah, are much concerned, especially
aa the railroad auditor haa given out that
after several days spent going over Bray
ton's accounta they Indicate that he Is
several hundred dullara r.iort, Mr. Brayton
came from Aurora, 111., to Shenandoah. He
left Shenandoah a week ago, saying he was
going to Omaha, and that Is ths last heard
of him. He Is the secretary of the Elk
lodge at Shenandoah and It Is said his
business relations with them are all
straight. His brother Elks are Inclined to
believe he la the victim of a temporary
Iaternrnnn Hooal Tarirs Dowa.
WEBSTER C1TT. Ia., Jan. I.8pcal
Telegram. ) By a vots of mora than two
to one Scott townahlp yeaterday refused
a rlght-of-m-ay to the Waterloo A Ames
Interurban line. The reason wss because
It would cut the township diagonally, cross
ing the farms In a similar manner.
JAMIESON ANSWERS HEPBURN
Insists Ills Plurality Is l arger Than
(;lTrn Hint by tn Canvass
DES MOINES, Jan. 10. Attorneys for
Congressman-elect W. D. Jamleson are In
Washington to serve upon Congressman
W. P. Hepburn an answer to his notice of
crntest of the Eighth Iowa congressional
election. Jamleson declares he is entitled
to 1.557 plurality Instead of 310 given him
by the canvassing board. He charges Il
legal voting In soma precincts and Insists
that the contest was started by Congress
man Hepburn for factional purposes.
BIG PRICES ARB PAID FOR HOGS
Five Hondred Dollars for si Spring;
NBOIiA. la.. Jan. 10.-(Bpeclal Tele
gram.) The Duroc-Jersey hog sale held
here today by F. L. Hopper was one of
the most successful of the year. There
were a large number of bidders present
from all the great hog states of the court
try and the bidding waa lively. Forty
six head were disposed of and the aver
age price was $140. The top price was
paid for a gilt by Red Guthrie Chief. It
was bid In for $500 by Waltemeyer Bros,
of Melbourne, la. .- The auctioneers were
Colonel F. F. Luther of Grand Junction,
la., and Colonel Fred Reppert of Decatur,
New Treatment for Meningitis.
MARSHALLTOWN, la Jan. .-(Specll.)
For the first time In the west the Flex
ner serum for the curs of spinal meningitis
was used In this city today In the case of
Ernest Pepper, a rural mall carrier. Pep
per was taken sick early this morning.
Within two hours ho became critical and
a little later the attending physician found
his patient without a noticeable pulse. A
consultation of physicians was held, with
the result thnt the serum was tried. The
spinal fluid was drawn from the spinal
cord of the patient. Through the same
needle with which the fluid was removed
T as injected thirty cublo centlnjeters of
serum, Within a short time the patient's
temperature began to fall steadily, and It
dropped from 103 to 100. This afternoon
hla condition was Improved, but his chances
of recovery are alight, A second Injection
of the serum was made this evening. The
crse Is attracting much local attention
from the physicians, as the serum, which
was secured from ths Rockefeller Institute
of Medical Research of New York a few
days ago, was the first sent west of the
Big Chicken Sbow at Dowa.
WEBSTER CITY, la., Jan. 9. (Spcctal.)
One of the biggest poultry shows which
will be held in Iowa this year opens at
Dowa on Tuesday, January 19. The pre
mium list shows $400 In cash premiums,
stiver cups and merchandise. No strings
are attached to the purses, all of which
will be paid In full. D. E. ' Hale of
Rochester, Minn., will Judge the entries.
The Dowg association Is a member of the
American Poultry association and ths shojr
will be held under its rules.
A number of Webster City fanciers and
other nearby raisers of fine poultry will
exhibit at the Dows show. Dows has a
reputation as a poultry show town which
will bring In probably more outside ex
hibitors than will come to any other ex
hibition In Iowa outside the state ahow.
Banowet by Harlan Exchange.
HARLAN, Is., Jan. 0. (Special Tele
gram.) The Harlan Commercial exchange
held Ita annual banquet last night in ths
exchange rooms, with Colonel Lafayette
Young of Des Moines as guest of honor.
The seven-course banquet was served to
fifty people by the women of the St. Paul
John Sandham acted as toastmaster and
N. Nlelson, president of the exchange;
Mayor Edmund Lock wood, W. T. Shepherd.
George W. Culllaon and County Attorney
G. S. White responded to toasts.
Lafo Young addressed the exchange on
the subject of municipal improvement and
the securing of small factories and Inter
urban roads. The address was well re
ceived. Iowa News Motes.
IDA GROVE The Ice harvest heiran h.r.
and the cut is fourteen Inches of perfect ice.
wirr am crymHi. two nrms are putting
up an extra supply for the outside market
this year because of the Ice famine In Iowa
CRE8TON An unidentified negro, who
started to walk from Lennox to his home
at St, Joseph, over the Burlington, road
was set upon by a gang of Italian laborers
near Bedford and severely beaten and
stripped of his clothing. A farmer near by
witnessed the melee and went to the vic
tim s aid and carried him home, where he
was found to be In a critical condition. Ho
waa taken to his home In St. Joseph Thurs
IDA GROVE The Ida county crop report
for the year ahowa a total yield of S.174.900
bushels of corn for the county, an a vera a
of thirty-eight bushels to the acre. Pota
toes in this county averaged ninety-eight
bushels to the sere. Once a great wheat
countv. Ida county produced but 4.500 bush
els of winter wheat and but 95.8(10 bushels
of spring wheat during the year. Because
of less and less wheat helng raised In the
county the Roush mill at Holsteln was dis
mantled during the year and moved to On
awa. CRESTpN-The Afton - Bedford High
school debate occurred at Bedford last night
snd wss won by Bedford, with the affirma
tive side of the question, two to one. Both
sides wished to defend the negative, and
after agreeing to settle the question bv
drawing cuts. Bedford drew ths affirms"-
rLl.e'.i."0Jh. T1"ult was a J"Wed vlctorv
for the Bedford team, which was composed
'P1JLk nWI11 Dresher. Bruce Mahan
with Edwin Beard alternate. -Afton's teani
was yne Hammers. Arnold 8ander and
Pearl Callahan, with Sidney- Kelley alter
nate. The Judges were Forrest C. Ensign
of Iowa City, state Inspector of schools
Superintendent W. R. Andrew, of Osceola'
and Superintendent Manifold of Malvern
Bedford won in the debate between the
two schools last year, and Afton the pre
vious year. y
r.lu.t ?R,XEA "''"""l was caused In
political circles here when H. M T.-h., '
"urttin-i or iaa county, tendered hli
"'"il'"'10 Lh Boar1 of Supervisors, and
,T..T i i" Wu ' " ",r"Pn """"d and sp.
pointed I. N. Shearer, the Incumbent. In his
place. Terhune is a republican and Shearer
a democrat, and when the former was
elected last fall he wss the only republics"
h?iH hr.ro,,nJy t,cket ,0 w,n- Shearer had
held the office for thirteen consecutive
years, but wss not a csndlrlste for re-election.
Republicans Insist the office should
Th, !V'n J im. rP"bllcsn when
Terhune resigned Terhune resigned be
csuse of his health, which would make It
Impos.lhle. his physician says, for him to
uo in? work.
SIDVEY-The case of Fremont county
against the Fremont Countv bank et al
h?,.uben ""''d'""' y Judge Micy in favor
of the county. This 1. the third decision In
this now noted case, whli h has been In
court for scv.-ral yenr. The suit wis
brought to recover 11.000 which wss d
roslled bv the county treasurer In the
Fremont t'ountv bank over five vears ago
The bank fslled and went out of business
but the funds were supttfwd to be secured
bv four responsible bondsmen, namely
fIark rrv. Jerry Ixcktt. A. V. Penn and
C. J. Bsden. On the first hearing of the
case the judg of the district court decided
that the bondsmen were not liable. The
county anpealed the rase t- the supreme
court snd its decision resulted In a new
trial. Judge Maey hs! now decided that th
county can recover from the -bove named
bondsmen, principal Interest and costs
mounting In all to 11, 156. It la said the de
fendants will appeal.
of the stomach, llvtr torpor, lams hack
and weak kidneys are overcome by Elec
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Matters of great moment to the people of Nebraska Trill
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EVENTS IN OMAHA SUBURBS
Coming and Goings of People in the
Towns Surrounding This City.
NUMBER OF SOCIETY ELECTIONS
Florence Athletic Club Selects Offi
cers and Prepare for a Busy
Season with the Coming
Mr. and Mra. O. O. Jonea of Omaha have
moved Into one of the Oleson cottages.
The Benson public schools reopened on
last Monday after a two weeks' vacation.
Orvllle Pryon returned last Wednesday
from Brlnston, Mo., where ha had gone on
Dr. B. W. Hall has been appointed city
physician at the resignation of Dr. D.
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Peterson have
moved Into one of the Speedle cottages for
Mrs. II. C. Smith Ixis Vegas, Tex., Is a
guest at the Wright and Bralley homes
for some time.
The Methodist ladles Aid society met
at the home of Mrs. E. J. Whistler Wednes
Dr. F. E. Gordon and family have moved
to Benson from Lincoln and have taken
the Thetro home.
P. A. Welsh has sold his butcher shop to
W. J. Duve on Military avenue, who will
enlarge his stock.
Mr. and Mra. W. F. Sprlngmeyer enter
tained at dinner last week n honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Elder.
Mrs. C. O. Anderson entertained at dinner
last Thursday for Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Renstrom and Mr. and Mrs. Bloomqulst.
Mr. and Mrs. David Luae and Miss Bowie
of Omaha Were guests at tiie Walsh home
while attending the Presbyterian dedica
tion. The Bank of Benson and the Benson
Cement works re-elected their officers and
directors last Monday at the annual meet
ings. Miss Lulu Pryor returned Isst Tuesday
evening from Homer, Neb., where she had
spent the holidays at the home of her
Mrs. Alfred Vehrs and Miss Cassle
Bruner are guesta at the John Vehr s home.
The latter In attending high school In
A daughter waa born to Mr. and Mra.
John Blelk, weat of Benaon. on Saturday,
January 9. Mra. Bleik was Mary McGutre
Miss Nora Trotter entertained about
twenty young people at a card party last
week In honor of Miss Hattle Elborn of
Mrs. O. Christiansen entertained a num
ber of relatlvea and friends at her home
last week In honor of her daughter, Emma,
who was home from Peru.
Misses Edna Snell and Emma Chrlstlan
aen returned on Monday to their atudiea
at the State normal of Peru, after spend
ing the holidays at their homes.
Daughters were born to Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Braack. January 5; Mr. and Mrs.
E. S. Daniels. January 2, and a aon to Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Johnson, January 8.
Rev. Frederick Donovan, who waa form
erly pastor of Benson Baptist church, left
last Wednesday for the rest. He will be
connected with the Chicago university.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Hills and Mrs. Van
dervoort of St. Ixnits hsve returned to
their homes, sfter spending the holidays
at the home of Mr. and Mra. W. H. Tln
dell. The Women's Christian Temperance
union will meet at the home of Mr
Staley next Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock,
when Mrs. Borshelm of Omaha will be
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Wyantt. Arthur
Wyantt and Messrs. Charles Robertson and
Walter Richards of O'Nell. Neb., have been
guests during the past week at the Bert
Mrs. Abble Tyson of Blair, Neb., and
Mrs. Asa Dixon of the same place have
hoen guests of their sister, Mrs. P. J.
Flynn the last week. Mrs. Tyson will visit
here for some lime.
Mrs. F. E. Toiing entertained the West
Farnam Kensington club at her home last
Thursday afternoon. A grab-bag was one
of the features of the afternoon, and a
dainty lunch waa aerved.
The funeral aervlces over the remains of
Jerome Allen were held at his late home,
west of Benson, last Sunday afternoon,
conducted by the Masonic order of Omaha.
Interment waa at the West Doilge cemetery.
The third number of the entertainment
course. Wig-gam's lecture on "Dollsrs and
Sense" wss trlven at the Independent Or
der of Odd Fellows' hall Isst Wednesday
evening. Though the crowd was not Urge,
tt was appreciative.
The teachera. officers and Rihle and
young people'a classes of the Methodist
Sunday school held a trvnquet last Satur
day evening, when a social time and mak
ing plana for the year'a work was the
purpose of the occasion.
The Presbyterian church was dedicated
laat Sunday afternoon, with but s debt left
of about l-ton. and waa built at a cost of
16.500. of which t'i.M7 waa made by Benson
alone, $1.0X1 by church erection board and
lion was raised last Sunday. A number of
Omaha pastors took psrt Ir the program
and spedal music wss rendered A series
of gospel meetings are now being held.
Miss Florence Smith entertained a number
ef the Omaha High school juniors at a
dancins party at her horn on Main street
last Friday evening. The rooms were
decorated with penants and a dainty lunch
waa served to about fifteen guests.
The Stats Building and Loan Association
elected Us officers Monday as follows:
H. J. Grove, president; Frank Rouse, vice
president: Dr. B. W. Hall, treasurer; C. W.
Erwin, secretary. Directors H. J. Grove,
E. C. Hodder, C. H. Hall, Frsnk Rouse, B.
W. Hall, George Hill and Theodore Oal
llgher. At the regular meeting of the Board of
Education last Monday evening, besides
other routine business, a teacher was
elected to fill the place of Miss McNamara,
who leaves February 1 for the Btate Nor
mal at Peru. Mrs. C. O. Crawford was
elected sa substitute for the rest of the
year. The treasurer and committees resd
their reports. Bills were allowed and ad
ditional rooma for next year were dla
cussed. A special meeting waa held last Friday
evening by the city council to decide the
question of grsnting a license to Krug park
under the name of Rulolph Tlmberly. A
signed petition and remonstrance against
It had been filed by Benaon cltlsens, who
were present and were represented by
Lawyers Thomas and Holmes of Omaha.
City Attorney Hodder acted for the council.
After a lengthy trial no Cerlslon waa made,
and It waa left to the council till Monday
evening next to decide what they would do.
Last Thursday evening, at the Methodist
church, the election of the teachera and
officers of the 8unday school for the com
ing year took place, and plana for work
were made. The election was as follows:
Superintendent, H. J. Groves; assistant
superintendent. Welter Congdon; secretsry,
Howard Lesser; treasurer, Marv Wilson;
librarian, Roy Young: organist, Mrs. E. J.
Whistler. Teschers Two prlmsry. Misses
S. E. Stlger and Edna Kllllan: young
people, Miss Minnie Kellogg. The others
are Mrs. Grove. Mra. Stevens, Mr. N. O.
Colson. Bible class and one other to be
selected by class.
"The Reformation" will be given by home
talent under the auspices of the Benson
Lutheran church on January 11 and 12 at
the Auditorium. Miss S. Ethel Brown will
give the lecture and Rev. B. L. Klsler.
Dave Washburn, J. W. Watson, Minn Mc
Guire will take the main parts In actlnar,
Edward Newman. Mlsa Susan DeGraff,
Mrs. J. C. Peterson and a large chorus the
singing. The entertsinment will close with
a march Including all taking part, and the
singing of the song "Ein Feste Burg."
W. L. 3elby Is In Texas on business.
Mrs. P. J. Barr was a Dundee visitor on
Miss Florence Hathaway returned during
me weeK to ram college.
The Round Dosen club met on Wednes
day with Mrs. Elmer Thomas.
L. L. Johnson is building a "esldence on
Chicago street near Forty-ninth.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Benson left Friday
to upend a lew wePKS in r loritia.
Mrs. Joseph Polcur of Otnulia was the
guesi rriaay or ftirs. M. a. Lemere.
L. D. Hartsou of St. I,ouls was the guest
mi rriuay oi wr, ana Mrs. I), jonnson.
Mrs. W. E. Rhoades entertained the
uunaee linage ciuo Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Otrnilchaoi ..i..
talned the Dundee Coral club at their home
Miss Davis entertained her Sunday school
class of the First Congregations! church
Mrs. David Tlnnniran rf riiin,1a
Is the guest for several weeks of Mr. ami
ana, ionn noss, jr.
Mrs. Metzger snd daughter spent part of
' nonoays wun Mrs. A. T. Hewitt and
mrm. n. t. unoaaes.
U- , rn nLi , ,
St. Louis, leaving Mrs. Robinson and her
mother, Mrs. Davis, there for a longer
...i. ... iuu I .iin 1 1 a m ran mad rwn m
Mrs. G. N. DouKlaa and Mrs r T nirh
nrds entertained the Alternate Card club
on Wednesday at the home of the former
Prises were won by Mrs. J. C. Kennard
miu iwrs. iv . smnn.
The Dundee Woman's club met on Tues
day afternoon with Mrs. J. E. Dodds. Mrs
8. R. Elson was the general leader for the
day and Mrs. W. S. Curtis leader of lh.
icurrent tnpira department.
Mrs. W. B. Fonda entertained a Dlta
Gemma reunion at her home Saturday
afternoon In honor of Mrs. Frederick Cus
caden of Erlckson, Neb., and Mrs. F. War
ner Rohlnson of New York. All of the
guests were classmates at the University
The members of the alumnae of the M.
S. N. 8.. residing in Omaha, met last Satur
day evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Balrd. 6012 Cass street. Mrs. Balrd of
the class of 's6 gave the address of wl.
come. Rev. George W. Fraser, 'tia. spoka of
the institution In 18iS. Miss Elizabeth Tay
lor of Brownell hall gave an interesting
talk. John N. Deaver, 6, told of the insti
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tution In 19nfi. and reminiscences were alven
by the members. Refreshments wars served
and dainty nand-paintea programs as sou
venirs of the occasion were presented by
the hostess. A western branch of tbs First
Presbyterian Normal school wss organ
ised, and the following officers elected; H.
H. Alwyne. president; Miss Kinaoetn ia$-
lor, vice president: Mrs. Amanda Stauffer
Balrd, secretary,. ana Jtiiram ueiv. treasurer.
Mrs. Birkhauser of Milwaukee la rlsltlng
Mrs. Robert H. Olmstesd.
Mrs. John Price Is visiting at Missouri
Valley, la., for a few days.
The T. H. C. club wll give a danes at
Pascale'a hall Friday evening.
Mr. Strtbling Is building a new house on
Elk atreet, south of State street.
Mrs. John Lupoid returned from al vlait
at 8a Una, Kan., Monday evening.
The Eaglea are arranging a big wrestling
match for ths evening of January ST.
Mlaa Grace Shoark of the Omaha View
school visited Miss Bondeason laat week.
The Indies of the Cathollo church gave a
card party at Wall'a halt Saturday evening.
Mrs. E. C. Grlffem entertained ths mem
bers of St. Mark's church. Thurday even
ing. An enjoyable surprise party was held at
the home of Miss Christina Gordon, last
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Thompson havs taken
apartments at the Tucker place for tho
The Ladles' Aid society held a peanut
social st the home of Mrs, George Bird,
Mrs. F. B Nichols was a guest of a
matinee party at the Boyd Saturday aft
ernoon. ' The city council sat as a board of equal
ization for he grading of Stats street
C. W. Wetmore has purehssed the old
King farm, just west of town, from W. E.
The Kierle Ice company started to hsr
vest Its Ice crop Thursday, securing ten
Mr. snd Mis. McClure sttended Roger
Brothers In Panama at the Boyd Thurs
Mrs. Kate Remington, state deputy of the
Royal Neighbors of America, waa a Flor
ence visitor Monday.
The Florence Brick company, with a cap
italization of $6.0)0, will make cement blocks
during the coming year.
Mr. and Mra. J. Weber. Jr., entertained
the members of the Lltuary club at their
residence New Year's evs.
The Pleasant Hour club held Ita regu
lar meeting Friday evening at ths home
of Misses Minnie and Belle Dally.
Mrs. Robert Olmstead entertained a
party of young folks Friday afternoon, In
honor of her son, Robert's 8th blrthdsy.
The Modern Woodmen of America will
Install officers Thursday night at which
time the Royal Neighbors will join them.
Sunderland Bros, have placed a large
thermometer In front of George Slert s
drug store so that alt may see how cold
The school board held Its regular meeting
Tuesday night, considering the plans of a
new sohonl house for which bonds wers
Rev. Mr. snd Mrs. Rayburn of ths
Presbyterian church are vialting In Tork
town. Iowa, and while there Rev. Rayburn
Is conducting evangelistic meetings.
F. S. Tucker has been elected as central
committeeman from Florenca in ths Cen
tral Republican club, which was formerly
known as the Equal Bights club.
Paul Haskell haa finished the digging of
the cellar for his new house and will start
on the foundation aa soon as the weather
moderates. It will be a cement block
Mr. and Mrs. Jean McDonald of Beetown.
Grant county, Wisconsin, were visitors st
the farm homo of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Hubbcll. Mr. McDonald Is a cousin of Mr.
Hubbell and this was their first vlait In
Many little lives havs been saved by
Foley's Honey and Tar, for cougha, colda.
croup and whooping cough. It la ths only
safe remedy for infants and children aa it
contains no opiates or other narcotic drugs,
and children like Foley's Honey and Tar.
Careful mothers keep s bottle In tho house.
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