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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: .TFLV IP. 1000.
fme DhmQ Mmffa OfTtee
Omaha IN la at II
CORRIQAN.4 Undertakrra. 'Phones 141
Woodrlng Undertaking company. IL tSx
Ls Is Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone J7.
FAt'ST UEKR AT ROGERS' BUFFET.
When you want reliable want ad adver-
up Tne yw,
Dterlng binders and mnm. Knai-itn
& Trlplett, 123 Broadway.
TUB COOIEST PIACR IN TOWN 18
TUB DIAMOND THEATER. 1UVY" 10
BArnrj, lonoenkhker boland,
rnderiakers. 'Phone 12a, N. Main 8U
. JIa X: iY ". optometrist, moved
to .20g City National bank building.
For Rent Two rooms. Happ block. In
quire E. A. Wlckham. 19 Scott street.
A building permit was Issued yesterday
to F. K. Roff for a two-story frame cot
1100 I"r"n'a first addition to coat
. Secretary J. J. Hughes of the Board of
Education will leave today for a week's
trip to Chicago, Milwaukee and other
- Twenty per rent , discount sale on hum
Vnoeks, rpfrlgsrnlurs, lawn movers and Ice
.cream freeaers. Buy while the assortment
,l pooil. K C. 1eV'ol Hurdwars company.
? The rase against the women charged
with kerlng snil being Inmates of houses
Zit 111 repute In the courts of Justices
Hlardlner and Cooper were continued jres
fetilay until next Friday.
- James C'allngliari, who was recently pa-
roled from the State Hospital for Dtpso
tinnnlacH at Knoxvllle, was taken back
4n the Initltution yesterday to complete
3il sentence of two years.
T Twin Brothers eni-ampinent. Independ
ent Order of Odd Fellows, will meet Mon
i ay evenlnir for liiMtnllstlon of officers.
j,ol!owing the Installation ref reehments
..tvl'l be served and a social session en
'i"yed. H (tame of ball yesterday afternoon
T ' ; Ideiil-Huntlers' osrk between the
' urt houa Pottawattamie Indians and
3.1c Ilaracn of the First Baptist church
is uraves defeated the Christians by a
'I '-ore of 3 to 0, after an exceptionally
. Tha funeral of Pnal, the Infant ton of
Ir. and Mrs. Oliver Struts, ISIS High
jyireei, wno men rridny afternoon, was
lkU yesterdsy afternoon from the family
Jreslrtcnce. Uev. Frank Caldwell, cantor
2f Trinity Methodist church, conducted
r4lie services and burial waa In FaJrvIew
1 Mrs. Louise Smith, wife of H. F. Bmlth,
1- Houth Hlxth street.- died yesterday
at the lCdmundson Memorial hospital, aged
.32 years. Besides her husband one win
survives her. The funeral will be held
Monduy afternoon at 2 o'cliwk foam the
-.turn My residence aud burial will' he In
Jlvalnut Hill cemetery.
'' The condition of Mr. VA Anderson of
South First street, whr wns rendered un
conscious Friday nta by a fall from
j street car. from wli.cli she attempted
jjo aught before It had stopped, was re
ported yesterday to be much Improved,
"and It 1m expected she will be able to
Heave the hospital In a day or two.
" Hugh A. Waldron, a brakeman In the
employ of tha Union Pacific and a resi
dent of this city, has filed a voluntary
Jietltlon In bankruptcy In the federal
court. He schedules his liabilities at
11 24. His assets consist of household
goods and salary due, nmountlng to
11155.82, all of which he claims as exempt.
, Twenty per pent discount on ninety pat-
rns of picture moulding ws are drop
s' from slock. Alexanders, 831 Broad-
Edwin H. Jackson, .county superintend
ent of schools, has been notified that
Pottawattamie county la entitled to a
ftulttnn scholarship In the didactic course
Highland Pnrk cnllrgn. Pes Moines.
IL lOnswell, president of the Institu
tes, states that a wealthy resident of
les Moines provides eurh a scholsrshlp
for one person from each county In the
Stats. The appointment In this county
is to be made by Mr. Jackson, who awaits
ppllcatlons from persons Interested.
N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tel. HM. Night, IM70J.
JI 'sly Clearaae af Pletarea.
Big discounts on pictures, both framed
and unframed. Alexander's Art Stors, 833
Only 17 Lincoln pianos left from our big
Lincoln stock shipped to Council Bluffs. It
'trill pay you to call and Investigate ttal
fine stock of high-grade pianos. A. Hospe
Co., 18 fl. Main t., 29 Pearl St., Counoll
POSTMASTERS TALK SHOP
Southwestern Iowa League Hold IU
KEITH EE-ELECTED PRESIDENT
rostmaster Itaselton, la Address of
Welcome, Dlscaases Inflaenee of
Karal Service oa Iload
The Southwestern Iowa tragus of Third
and Fourth-Class Postmasters at Its mid
summer meeting yesterday re-elected W.
B. Keith of Mondamln president and It. 1
Reynolds of Little Bloux secretary-treasurer.
The following vice presidents for th
counties represented In the league wera
elected: Harrison county, Exra Miller,
Plsgah; Crawford. W, I. Spottswood,
Westslde; Carroll, P. M. Moore, Arcadia;
Audubon, K. P. Larson, Klmballton;
Shelby. A. V. Ames, KIrkman; Potta
wattamie, W. P. Dinwiddle, Macedonia;
Ca-, W. B. Davla, Lewis; Montgomery, A.
F. Ntwqulst, Stanton; Mills, T. F. Plumb,
Silver City; Fremont, H. H. Townsend,
Randolph; Page, S. R. Shaw, Coin.
The next meeting of the league will be
held In Council Bluffs during January at
a date to b decided upon later.
In his address of welcome at the morn
ing session Postmaster A. B. Haielton of
Council Bluffs said: "Meetings of this
character do more for the good of the
department than any other one feature.
They help postmasters to keep pacs with
changes and new methods. 1 feel sura
that the people In general do not realise
what an Influential factor the country
postmaster Is In promoting and maintain
ing good roads throughout the state. All
the postmaster has to do Is to telephone
his patron and Inform him that there Is
a piece of road near him which makes It
hard for a carrier on his route. I have
found that all men along these rural routes
want their mall above everything else and
realtse that It Is a great accommodation
for them, so will do everything In their
nower to facilitate delivery.- A word from
the postmaster to his carriers and from
the carrier to the patrons along the routes
will do more for the promoting of good
roads In Iowa than any move that could
The meeting was late In coming to order
and following Mr. Haxclton'a address of
welcome an adjournment was taken to the
Grand hotel, where the visiting Naabys
enjoyed a social hour around the lunoheon
At the afternoon session the program
published was carried out, with the excep
tion of the paper on "Civil Bervtoe uaw
and Its Bearing on the Third and Fourth
Class Postmasters," by I. It. scoti 01 urn-
wold, who was unable to be present. Some
disappointment was felt at the Inability of
President W. O, Dorsey of the Nebraska
State league, who was to have addressed
the meeting, being unable to be present.
Charles O. Barry of Walker, president 01
the Iowa State league, was In attendance
and addressed the meeting. Postofflce In
spector J. S. Bwenson made a brief 'In
formal talk on the Inspection of offices.
Among those present were L. L. Rey
nolds, Little Sioux; C, L. Black, urinies;
Ezra Miller, Plsgah; W. B. Keith, Mon
datiiln; A. F. Newqulst, Stanton; Charles
O. Barry, Walker; Roscoe c Baunaers,
Manilla; J. F. Owens, Hancock; Leslie A.
Campbell, Corleyi W. L. Spottswood, west
Side; 6. A. Bendon, Portsmouth; B. R.
Mills, Woodbine; J. II. Johnson, Logan;
A. E. Curey, Shelby, and N. Bwanson,
i Let us figure your contract on painting.
Wi know we can satisfy you. II. Bor
stick, til South Uatnt street.
; Pure gold, seamless, all sixes, thus no
delay or altering, S3 to 112. Engraving
e Marriage Lt erases.
Lloenses to wed were Issued yesterday
to the following:
:' Name and Residence. Age.
John W. Mjer. Mlnden, la 23
;iorathea Stelnhauer, Carroll, la 21
iKarl Campbell, Loveland, la 21
.Uirtle Kerney, Loveland, la 21
JAmoe W. Utterhack, Council Bluffs. 29
Lena Neldermeyer, Council Bluffs 25
,'W. J. Frohsrdt. Council Bluffs 21
OI)le M. Ford. Council Bluffs ,...19
Ouetaf Theodore Carlson, Essex. Ia
Amanda Guatafcon, Council Bluffs 87
Increase la Debt Nearly
Thousand la 31 out a.
City Auditor McAneney's monthly report
of the general financial condition of ;he
municipality on July 1, issued yesterday,
shows an Increase of the net city debt
from $M),&9.?3, on June 1, to I56,70u.6, on
The cash on hand In the different funds
on July 1 was as follows:
General 26.066 W
a report of this great gathering. All are
Invited. No evening preaching service.
Broadway Methodist Church, Rev. James
M. Williams, Pastor Class meeting at 10
a. m; morning worship at 10:30. John W.
Nicholson of Jannsvllle, Wis., one of the
founders of the Gideons, will speak, A
Gideon's rally. Sunday school at 12 m.
Epworth. league at 7 p. m. Evening serv
ice at S p. m. The Toung Men's Christian
association will have charge. Rev. C. L.
Baxter, district superintendent, will speak
on "Stop Thief:" Good orchestra and spe
Second Presbyterian Church, Rev. George
A. Ray, Pastor Morning worship at 10;30
a. m. Subject, "Search the Scripture,"
Sabbath school at 12 m. Christian En
deavor at 7:15 p. m. Evening service at t
p. m., subject, "Simon the Leper," chap
First Baptist Church, Rev. F. A. Case,
Pastor Regular services at 11 o'clook In
the morning and I o'clock In the evening.
Sunday school at noon. Baptist Toung
People's union meeting at 7 p. m. The
Rev. C. H. Owens, formerly of Silver City,
will speak In the morning.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Rev. John
William Jones, M. A., Rector Holy com
munion at 8 a. m. Morning service and ser
mon at 10:30. Sunday school at noon.
First Christian Church, Rev. Edgar Prloe,
Pastor Services will be held In the Dan
Ish hall, corner Park avenue and Broad'
way, where services will be held until the
new edifice Is completed. Bible school at
9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Christian
Endeavor at 7 p. m., and evening service
St. John's English Lutheran Church, Rev.
O. W. Snyder, Pastor Services at 10:30
o'clock In th morning. Sermon, subject,
"The Workers and the Buildings." Sunday
achool at noon. No services In the evening.
The First Church of Christ, Scientist
Will hold services at 10:4S a. m., In the
Mason 1 0 temple when the subject of the
lesson-sermon will be "Life". Sunday
school Immediately after the service. ' The
regular mid-week meeting will be held
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
Trinity Methodist church, Frank Cald
well. Pastor Sabbath school at 10 a. m.
preaching, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.; Epworth
league at 7 p. m.
Memorial Baptist Church Morning ser
vice at 10:30 a. m.; Sunday school at 13 m.;
Baptist Young Peoples' union at 7 P. m..
and preaching at 8 pf m.
Fifth Avenue Methodist Church, Rev. B.
Grant Lewis, Pastoi Morning service at
10:30 o'clock; Sunday achool at 11 m.; Jun
ior Epworth league at p. m. ; Epworth
league at 7 p. m. ; evening service at 8
o' clock; midweek prayer service Wednes
day at 7:30 p. m. ; class meeting first
Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p. m.
West Side Christian Church Sunday
school at 10 a. m. and preaching service
at 11 a. m., and I p. in; Toung Peoples'
meeting at 7 p. m.
People's Congregational Church, C. S.
Hanley, Pastor Sabbath school at 10 a.
m. ; morning service at 11 o'clock; evening
service In the church as usual at 8 o'clock.
Prayer meeting at the church Monday
Epworth Methodist Church, Rev. A. V,
Babb, Pastor Sunday school at t a, m.
preaching at 11 a. m., and 8 p. m. ; Epworth
league at 6:30 p. m.
Bethany Presbyterian Church, Rev. John
Kroonmeyer, Pastor Services at 10 a.
and I p, m,; Sunday school at 11:46 a. m. ;
Christian Endeavor society at 7 p. m.
Seventh Day Adventlst Church, W, A.
McKebber, Elder Sabbath school at 10 a.
m. ; Saturday service at 11 a, m.
Latter Day Saints' Church Preaching at
10:45 a. m. and 8 p. m. ; Sunday school
:30 a. m.
Woodbury Avenue Chapel Sunday school
at 8 p. m.
Free Methodist Church, Rer. D. C. Lam
son, Pastor eunday school at 10 a. m
following by preaching at 8 p. m.
Bond loan. Interest
Water works sinking
Indian creek 4.744.66
No guess work In our methods.
We have all the latest and most Im
proved apparatus for accurately testing
the eyes for defective vision.
You can rely upon our work and methods
of fitting glasses.
Here you get years of experience and my
W. W. MAGARRELL,
Optometrist, 2-8 City National Bank
Building, Counoll Bluffs, la.
The gross Indebtedness of the city on
July 1 was as follows:
General fund warrants $ 8,841.40
Brldse fund warrants, special Lxn.vi
Lliihtins fund warrants 1.641.63
Indian creek fund warrants 44.44
Regular city bonds 164,000.00
Water works sinking fund war
rants v ITS OS
Water fund warrants 16.81
Vac-ailed for Jewelry Repairs.
We would consider It a great favor If
all persons having uncalled for Jewelry re
pairs would call for same before we move
lato our new location. Emtl H. Leffert.
Jaly Clearance Sale.
20 per cent discount on ninety patterns of
picture mouldings we are dropping from
alook. Also on pyrography sets and on
framed pictures. Alexander's, 133 B'way.
Pictures that are real art can be found
la Bor wick's Art Department. HI 8. Main
Bt. Ploture framing a specialty.
Twenty per cent dlsoount on all refriger
ators. Petereen Jk 8cho- nlng Co,
Twenty per cent discount on our entire
line of hammocks. Petersen A Schoenlng
Geo. VV. Klein
rpholsUning, Furniture Ilpair
e1 and Keflnishetl, Feathers
If-ovatl. Mirrors ItfpUted,
aid all kinds of ma Ureas work
10 Bo. Mala St Council Bluffs.
I ''flave Done Right"
sTa test tJM aw has sssaa.
. 1 rrvn
Total $176.999. 68
The total cash In the hands of City
Treasurer True on July 1 was as follows
General cash balance lll,t.t7
Cash balance Improvement (1.318.98
Library fund 9.13.41
Miss Nancy Faalk of Coaaell Blaffs
Meets Death oa Northwestern.
Nancy May Faulk, the 14-year-old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Faulk. 1028 Ave
nue J, was run down and Instantly killed
by a switch engine on the Northwestern
tracks In Council Bluffs Saturday morn
The girl waa crossing the tracks, re
turning home with a pall of water, near
the coal ahutes at the north end of the
yards, when she waa hit by a switch en
gine backing three cars aouthbound. Her
head was crushed and death waa Instan
taneous. The body waa taken to Cutler's
undertaking establishment, on orders from
Coroner Traynor, who said that there
probably would be no Inquest
The funeral will be held this afternoon
at 4 o'clock from the residence of the girl's
uncle, 8. Woodward. 1008 Avenue D, and
burial will be In Walnut Hill cemetery,
Mr. and Mrs. Faulk and family came to
Council Bluffs recently from Blair, Neb.
served. Besides the twenty-four members
of the club, there were several guests from
jmaha and out of town.
The weekly dance at the Lake Manawa
Clubhouse of the Council Bluffs Rowing
aKiMu-iatUin Friday night brought out the
blKseet crowd ut the season, and with the
cooi tueeie blowing off the water, a must
enjoyable time was had. The music was
especially soud and a pleasing feature of
the evening was the singing 01 the To
Mrs. H. A. Qulnn gave a luncheon Tues
ay at the Omaha club In honor of her
ueat. Mrs. t . U. Miller ol t. lucagu, and
Irs. Marls Fleming of Chicago, who was
visulnrf her sister, Miss BaKer. Covers
were laid for sixteen. After luncheon the
party returned to the Qulnn home on Oak-
nd avenue and played bridge and 000,
Mrs. c A. Heno being awarded the prise
at 600 and Mrs. F. T. 'irune that at bridge.
The members of the Jolly Neighbors ten
dered Mrs. J. W. Klibane a surprise party
'lhursday afternoon at her home, 2u07 Ave
nue E, in honor of her birthday. Five hun
dred was played, prlr.es being awarded Mrs.
Wallace, Mrs. Llngren and Mrs. Hilda Han
sen. At the close of the game a course
luncheon was served. The club will be en
tertained next Saturday afternoon by Mrs.
Georgia Negus, at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Bergman, on North Eighth street.
Mrs. Joseph Robinson of Mill street waa
hostess to the Woman's club of the Rail
way Mall association Wednesday afternoon,
Following the business meeting a social
session was held, at which an Informal
musical program ot vocal and instrumental
selections was given by Miss Mary McCon
nell, Mrs. Wallace Wheeler, Miss Laura
Robinson. Miss Dsy, Mis. Bauehn. and a
reading by Miss Grace .Day. At the close
of the program a course luncheon wa.t
Mrs. Marls Fleming of Chicago was truest
of honor at a card and luncheon party
given Monday morning by Mrs. James W.
Mitchell and Mrs. Frank T. True, at the
home of the latter on Second avenue. The
rooms were prettily decorated with Dink
carnations. Prlxs at "S00" were awarded
Mrs. H. A. Qulnn and Mrs. W. Stone, but
they presented them to the guest of honor.
At the luncheon which was served at 1
o'clock at small tables Covers were In Id
for sixteen guests. Mrs. True and Mrs.
Mitchell were assisted In entertaining by
Mrs. William Roy DeVol and Miss Msrlnn
One of the Inlllest affairs of last week
was the automobile party and dinner glvon
Wednesday evening by Mr. Rov Wilcox In
honor of Mr. and Mrs. William Roy Ie
Vol. The guests, twenty In number, atitned
to Calhoun, where an old-fashioned coun
try dinner was served. On the hand-
painted place cards were automobile scenes,
wnue at eacn piate lor tne men was a
small automobile caD filled with candv
and for the women auto guggles likewise
filled with candy. Old-fashioned flowers
were used In the table decorations, an Im
mense mound of daisies forming an attrac
tive centerpiece. The trip home waa made
Miss Edna Emerlne and Mr. Krnest
Pate of Blair, Neb., were married Wednes
day evening at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Emerlne.
2407 South Thirtieth street. Rev. John
Kroonemeyer. of the Bethany Presbyterian
church, officiating. Miss Carrie Emerlne,
sister, and Miss Hazel Burk, cousin of
the bride, were bridesmaids, while the
groom was attended Jy Edward Emerlne,
brother of the bride, and by his brother,
George Pate. The bride wore silk and car
ried brides' roses. The bridesmaids were
gowned In white dotted Swiss and carried
pink roses. Following the ceremony a
wedding supper was served at which forty
five guests were present. Mr. and Mrs.
Pate have gone to husekeeplng at Twen
tieth avenue and Eleventh street.
ITHK HOUBS THAT OAVB YOU MONIV
DISCOUNT OH REED GO-CARTS
This is our Summer Clean-Up Sale on reed
go-carts, and in order to close out ovory
ono we havo instituted this oxtrcmoly
wonderful prico slashing discount salo.
Every stylo and prico of reed go-carts are
included. Any ono in need of a cart or
contemplating buying ono should not fail
to attend this salo as they will novor bo
able to get such a bargain again.
Below We Quote Some of the Bargains
HITS G e-Cart,
115 08 Oe-Cart,
118. SO Go-Cart.
The Fashion, ladles' tailoring, R. H.
Bmleln proprietor, late fitter Orkln Bros.
I do first-class work reasonable. I make
suits for 815, skirts $5. I also do altering
to suit. Would you give me a trial? S3
South Main street.
FOR MT5PICAL AND FAMILY USB
BUT TOUR LIQUORS AT ROSENFELD
LIQUOR CO. 511 S. Main. 'Phones 8323.
Services at tk. Ca arches.
First Congregational Church, Df. Otter
beln O. Smith, Pastor Morning servloe at
10:80. No evening servloe. Sunday school
noon. Special morning program. Organ
prelude. Musle by the Toronto Mall quar
tet. Invocation and Lord's prayer. First
scripture lesson. Musle by Toronto Mall
quartet. Scripture reading and prayer.
Music by the Toronto Matl quartet. Of
fertory and announcements. Musto by
Toronto Mall quartet. Sermon, "Christ
and Our Common Ufa." Muslo by Tor
onto Mall quartet.
First Presbyterian Church, Marcus P.
MoClure, Minister The morning serioe.
10:30 o'clock, theme: The word of God Re
ceived and Adequately Expressed." The
Bible school, primary department, 810 a.
no. Senior department, 12 m. The Young
People's society hour, 7 p. , m. Harry
Cooper, who represented this society at the
St. Paul laternaUunai convention, wlU glv
PAST WGBK IN BLUFFS SOCIETY
Mrs. Maris Fleming- ef Cblcasro Gaest
of Honor at Several Functions.
Mrs. Hattie Goff will leave today for a
visit In New York City.
Mr. H. J. Carse arrived home Thursday
from a trip to southern Colorado and New
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Nicholson will leave
today for an extended trip to Pacific ooast
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Reye will leave
today for Denver and other points In
Miss Theon Kendle left yesterday for an
extended visit with relatives and friends
lu Muscatine, la.
Miss Else Bplndler was hostess to the
Y. Y.' Y club Saturday afternoon at her
home on nri avenue.
Miss Kathertne Warner was hostess to
the Phlio club Wednesday afternoon at
her home on Glen avenue.
The members of the Corona club were
entertained Wednesday evening by Miss
Tracey at her home on Sixteenth avenue,
Mrs. C. D. Parmalee and daughter. Miss
Rachael, will leave today for Lake Oko
bojl to spend the remainder of the sum
The Merl Coles Nochle club was enter
tained Wednesday evening by Miss Alberta
Ingram at nor home on South Eleventh
jrat.A 11m IIV.
.una ..i .uu. uii , , ' : . n j , uf. rtuii .rciiuc.
Is visiting friends In Des Moines and will
also visit In Chicago before returning
Mrs. J. B, Mulholland and children will
leave today for Seattle, Wash., where
they will visit Mrs. Mulholland'a parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stephenson.
The "8. S. B. Girls" spent Tuesday at the
lake, going down early in the morning for
breakfast. Mrs. is. canning and Mrs.
E. Gllllland chaperoned the party.
Mrs. W.' C. Potts and children of Cedar
Rapids. Ia., who are the guests of Mrs.
Potts' parents. Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Carse.
1000 Fourth avenue, will return home Mon
Mrs. Cowles of Des Moines was the
guest ot honor at a picnic luncheon at
Luke Manawa Tuesday, given by Mrs.
G. T. Phelps, Mrs. W. O. Wirt and others.
Mr. and Mra. J. H. Dietrich announce the
engagement of their daughter. Miss Fanny
Jayne Dietrich, and Mr. William F. Rich
mond, the wedding to take place the latter
part of September.
Mrs. Jerry Walters entertained Inform
ally at "open house" Thursday afternoon
at her cottage, ' Idle Hour," at Lake Man
awa, complimentary to her guest. Miss
Nina Marie ttaioom 01 Atchison, Kan.
Mrs. F. E. Ollllland of Willow avenue
emertatned the Thursday Arternoon Hiid
club. Prises were awarded to Mra.
Harley Mayne and Mrs. Kretchmer. At
the close of the game refreshments wer
Mrs. A. P. Fair entertained at luncheon
at her home on Oakland avenue Thursday
for Mrs. Maria Fleming of Chicago. Covers
were laid for tweive. sweet peas wera
used In profusion In the decoration of the
rooms and to table.
Mrs. Rollo J. Hart entertained the J. F.
F. Bridge olub Tuesday afternoon at her
home on South First street. At the olose
of the same a coucae luncheon was served.
An Immense bouquet of sweet peas made a
pretty and effective centerpiece lor the
dining room table.
Mrs. F. J. Schnorr and Mrs. Gall Hamll
ton entertained at luncheon Wednesday at
the home of the former on Oakland avenue
complimentary to Mrs. Marls Fleming
Chicago. Sweet peas and nasturtiums
were effectively used in the decorations.
Covers were laid for seveoeteen.
Miss Helen Meneree. kul Third avenue.
entertained the Girls of the Blue and the
Gray Monday. Prises at games vera
awarded atlas Mary Ada and Miss Lucille
McAtee. A course luncheon waa served
during the afternoon. Miss Beaale Qulnn
of Oakland avenue will be the next nesteas.
Ths members of the Council Bluffs Worn
an s club enjoyed a konalngton Thursday
afternoon on the lawn of Mra. Stymvst
ptevenaon s residence on rtaiel street. Hur
tug tne axiernooa a picoio luncheon was
Queer Epldenalo at Sefaleawlgr.
MASON CITY, Ia., July 17. (Speelal.)
The situation at Schleawlg, a small town
on the Chicago A Northwestern railroad
In the north part of Crawford county, la
assuming serious form. Some ten days ago
an epidemic broke out and. Instead of the
doctors being able to control It, It Is assum
ing more and more serious proportions,
Several physicians are working night and
day to alleviate as much as possible the
suffering. There are now eighty cases,
and hardly enough well people In the town
to take care of them. A telephone mes
sage today states that there are twelve
new cases. The victims are nearly all
young people. The symptoms would Indi
cate typhoid fever, but the doctors on the
ground say It is not that
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Letter on Road Seven Tears. '
CRESTON. Ia., July IT. (Special.) Bear-
ng a Newark, N. J., postmark and dated
over seven years ago, a letter has arrived
at ths Corning postofflce addressed to Mrs.
Decatur Bacon. Postal servloe In south
ern Iowa Is hardly as bad as this might
seem to show, for this particular letter has
been seoreted snugly behind a case In
postal car No. 773, according to a notice
pasted across It No. 777 recently went to
the shops at Cleveland for a general over
hauling, and during the process the en
velop, which Is a miniature affair about
the else of a lady's calling card, was dis
covered and forwarded on Its Journey,
Is the Talk of the Town
The -wonderful reductions made on high grade goods during the past week will be
repeated again this week.
It will be your opportunity to buy Useful and Desirable Articles in Gold and Sil
ver, China and Cut Glass at prices where the cost has not been considered.
This stock must be reduced before moving to our new location, 503 Broadway,
next to the First National bank. , '
We are giving you the benefit of a general discount on the entire stock of
25, 334 and 50
besides the very Extra Specials displayed in the windows, and on our tables.
It will pay you to read our ads and watch our windows,
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Invest Part of Your Savings in Colorado Irrigated
Land Near Denver?
We Can Sell You 10, 20, 40. 80 Acres or More
On the very easy payment plan of one-tenth cash, the balance in nine equal annual payments.
The land we are selling is located close to Denver and the main lines of the Union Pacific and Burlington railroads.
The soil is rich, markets the very best, the climate everyone knows is fine, the water supply from the Standley reservoir is
absolutely the best and most reliable supply of water to be had anywhere. The crops are always assured.
IT WILL PAY YOU
To look over these lands at once and buy while the prices are low. Special rates on July 27th of $15.00 for the round trip,
including sleeping car berth. Daily rate of $17.50 for the round trip.'
WE CAN SHOW YOU
How you can get more from a 40-ncre irrigated farm near Denver, than from a 160 acre farm without irrigation in any other
location. All we ask is, let us show you the land and we will Boon satisfy you that what wo say is the truth.
For further particulars, call or write to
HASTINGS & HAYDEN, Agts, Denver-Greeley Investment Co.,
1G14 Harney St., Omaha, Neb. - ' Lincoln, N&brasta .i .... ,