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THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1900.
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Davis, drugh. . - .
COKRIGANS, undertaker. 'Phone US.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. 339.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone 87.
FAUST BEER AT ROGERS' BUFFET.
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BAIRD. LONGKNECKER A BOLAND,
Undertaker. 'Phone M. N. Main St.
Dr. V. W. Magarell,' optometrist, moved
to 20H-20S City National bank building.
Harmony chapter. Order of the Eastern
Star, will hold a special meeting thla even
ing for Initiation or candidates.
County Attorney J. J. flex left last
evening on a business trip to Oreen Uav,
W'l. II expect to return the first of next
William Phillip, an aged resident of
x-oia, la., wa yesterday adjudged lnane
iiTid ordered committed to the state asylum
Tr. II. L. Morehouse of New York Cltv.
route home from an extended western
Up. Is the guest of hi brother. E. B.
Morrhoure, 10"tt Fourth avenue.
laical coal dealer sent notice to their
customer yesterday that all coal this win-!
ter u on Id be sold for cash only and that
in no case would credit be extended.
Lewi W. Lowe of Lincoln, Neb., and
Jessie Piante of Omaha were married in
this city yesterday, the ceremony being
m rformed by Justice E. B. Gardiner.
About ninety teacher and would-be
tfiicheiK are taking the regular July ex
amination, conducted by County iuperln
. -iid. nt Jackson at the high school build
Inn. John n. Black, a former resident of
I'oitn attamle county and a heavy land
owner near Oirlsnolri, la., arrive In the city
yesterday from Cotulla. Tex., where three
year ano he established a colony of Iowa
Leltoy Grace of Davenport, la., and Belle
1'ilesily of Rolfe, la., were married In this
city yesterday, the ceremony being per
formed by Rev. James M. Williams at the
pareoiiHge of the Broadway Methodiat
Rev. Henry DeLong performed the mar
riage ceremony yesterday for Arthur A.
Thomas of Persia, la., and Blanche M.
Howard of Yorkshire, la., and for Fred R.
v vv iinan
" auert IS
vviinam ana Mayme M. Drumm, both of
Powell, aged 20. and Annie Peterson.
HKert IS. the former from Omaha and the
latter giving Fremont, Neb., aa her home,
were refused a marriage license here yes
terday on account of the fact that the
wouiu-ne groom was not or legal age.
An IpnformAtlon ' charging Jamee S.
Stamleford with being mentally deranged
was filed yesterday by City Detective
Callaghan at the reouest of Standefnrri's
wue. Mianaerord is a traveling salesman
and reside at 14 Third street. Pending
an examination before the commissioners
for the Insane he waa yesterday placed in
m. iiernaru a nospitai.
M. A. Wlckersham, an employe of the
Union Pacific Tea company, was arrested
yesterday on a charge of embexxllng $144
belonging to the company. The Information
was filed in the court of Justice Coe-per
by Charles Horn, the company' local man
aser. Wlckersham wa unable to furnish
the required bond in the sum of $.100 and
was committed to the county Jail pending
his preliminary hearing set for Saturday
i J, L. Fugate, who 'wa one of the wlt--nesses
for the defendant at the preliminary
hearing of Jack Boten of Henderson,
charged with botlegglng, last Saturday be
fore United States Commissioner ('raw
ford 1VH hi-nu..hl h.f,... u- .. a
.... - . u , , , . . Mai. v.liuni
yesterday on a similar charge. He waived
examination and waa bound over to the
federal grand Jury, which will meet here
In September. He furnished a bond In the
sum of $:'10 and returned last evening to
his homo In Henderson. Fugate make the
second of Booten'a witnesses to be ar
rested for alleged violation of the Internal
revenue law. The Information against
Jugate was filed by V. W, Dunne, special
pituger from PrV III., ..who had charge
of the case against Booten and was pres
ent at his hearing before the commissioner.
N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. IV). Night, F-1T02.
THE NEW HIGH TOE PREDOMINATES IN THIS LOT.
S. A. PIERCE & COMPANY
Broadway and Main Street.
IOC. 7 FOfZTMJAte
, .j'f,.ml councuT
M. E. VVEILCM
24tti and Fornum
SPECIAL OFFERINGS FOR THURSDAY
Creamery Butter, per pound SOc
Fresh Eggs, per dozen 20c
..Peas, per dozen cans $1.10
"Corn, per doezn cans 90c
Tomatoes, per dozen cans $1.10
'No. 1 Whole Hams, per pound 15c
' No. 1 Strips Bacon, per pound 17Vc
BTXBTTaTIBTO 11X1 QVAXXTT, CX.XAV AVS fUlI.
raoa. Ball O. 1411, lad. A-8611.
SPECIAL OFFICER SHOOTS BOY
Charles Mandel Seriously Wounded
by Employe of Great Western.
BULLET PASSES THROUGH BREAST
Yoaaa Man Had Been Illdlna; la
f'relaht Car and Watchman
Thoaaht lie Wa Drarrlaa;
Charles Mandel, a 13-year-old lad who
claims Chicago as his home, but who Is
said to have been wording In a South
Omaha packing house for some weeks, was
shot In the right breast about S 30 o'clock
Wednesday morning In the yards of the
Great Western railroad, by Charle Boss-
man, a special officer In the employ of the
railway company. The lad's wound while ,
serious Is not thought to be fatal. He was
at once removed to the Jennie Edmundson
Memorial" fospnal, Where he wa attended
by City Thyslclan Tubbs.
Toung Mandel ha only one arm, having
lost the right one and when Rossman
called on him to halt, he put up this one
arm. Falling to see two hands In the air,
Rossman rays he thought Mandel was us
ing the other to draw a gun and this
caused him to fire.
A Rossman wafe making hi rounds of
the railroad yards Mandel and four com
panions Jumped from a freight car In which
they had been hiding with the Intention.
It I aupposed of beating their way out of
town. Rossman called to them to stop,
but with the exception of Mnndel they took
to their heels. Mandel when he heard the
officer order them to stop and throw up
their hands elevated the one hand which
he possessed. The darkness Rossman said
prevented him from seeing that the lad
had but one arm.
The bullet from Rossman' revolver
struck Mandel In the right breast and
went entirely through his body, coming out
near the shonldor blsde. When Mandel
fell Rossman called some yard men to his
assistance and they carried the young man
to the freight depot. City Physician Tubbs
and Dr. J. M. Barstow were summoned
and after dressing the young man' wound
they ordered him taken to the Edmundson
hospital, where last evening he wa re
ported to be doing well. The bullet missed
the lung and unless unforeseen complica
tions ensue the young man will recover.
Mandel, who says his home Is In Chi
cago, said that he had been working in
the Armour packing house In South Omaha.
He had been boarding with Joe Pepbark
at M A street near Avenue K. He also
said he had two, half sisters living In
South Omaha. He offered no explanation
to account for being In the railroad yards
In this city at that time of the morning
Rossman went to Omaha after Mandel
had been removed to the hospital, but
agreed to return to Council Bluffs later
In the day. He returned about 2 o'clock,
when he wa placed under arrest on orders
from Chief Richmond and a charge of as
sault with Intent to murder wa placed
Sanford Back In Jail.
Charles M. Sanford. who was out on
bond on an Indictment charging shooting
and wounding Claude B. Gano on the
morning of April 15" last, haa been sur
rendered by hi bondsmen and Is now In
the county Jail again. He was taken Into
ouatody In South Omaha and yesterday
brought back to Council Bluff. In addl-
q n r
Greatest in values, . biggest
in quantity, best in up-to-dateness
in 6tyle, finish and
service. These shoes bear
the stamp of the best shoe-'
makers in this country.
1,000 pairs Men's Patent
Colt Boots and Oxfords,
$3.50 und $5.00 values cut to
Seeing is believing, come
and get in on this money
COUNCIL 6LUFS, IA.
tlon an Information charging him with
being Insane ha been filed with the com
missioner for the Insane. This Information
was filed by Attorney Fremont Benjamin,
father of Wallace Benjamin, member of
the Benjamin A Fehr Real Estate com
pany, which wa surety on Sanford' bond
in the sum of 11,500.
There Is also a charge pending against
Sanford In one of the Justice court of
assaulting with intent to murder a man
MRS. GRIFFITH KIM." HERSELF
Wife of lewis Township Farmer
Commit lclde by hootlng.
Despondent over 111 health from which
ahe had suffered for upwards of two
years with apparently no prospect of get
ting better, Mrs. Emma K. Griffith, wife
of J. W. Griffith, a farmer living about
seven miles south of Council Bluffs In
Lewis township killed herself with a shot-
gun about 6:30
o'clock Wednesday morn-
Mr. Griffith was In her bedroom, when
she shot herself. She had risen, dressed
and was sitting In a chair when she
fired the fatal shot. The charge tore a
gaping wound in the breast and death was
Mrs. Griffith was alone In the house at
the time. Her husband had gone to the
barn to do the chore and her 9-year-o4d
son, George had Just left the house on
his way to the barn to assist his father
when he heard the shot Running back
to the house he discovered hi mother
sitting In the chair In her bedroom, ap
parently lifeless with the blood pouring
from the wound In her breast. The shot
gun was lying on the floor beside the
Hastening to the barn the lad told his
father what had happened and together
they returned to the house, but there was
nothing they could do except notify the
Dr. V. L. Treynor after Investigating the
circumstances decided that an Inquest
would be unnecessary.
Mrs. Griffith was 42 year ,of age and 1
survived by her husband and the son,
George, besides five sisters, three half
sisters and a half brother, most of whom
reside in Lewi township or the vicinity.
The funeral will be held thla afternoon
at i o'clock from the Lutheran church In
Plumer settlement and interment will be
In the Plumer cemetery.
Lsnktnn Charge Drink Vend
era Caused Husband' Death.
Mrs. Jessie Lankton, widow of James
Lankton, who received fatal Injuries In. a
street fight with John Sheffler on the
night of August 12, 1907. haa brought suit
in the district court against several sa
loonkeepers for $20,000 damages. Mrs.
Lankton claims that her husband wa
Intoxicated when he engaged In the fight
which resulted In hi death and that the
defendant saloonmen were responsible
for his Intoxicated condition. She asks
$10,000 actual and $10,000 exemplary dam
The defendant named In the action are
Martin Jensen, II. A. Larson and Anders
Larson, reputed owners of the Manhat
tan saloon; William E. Nestlehouse and
Charles Poore, reputed owners of the
Hoffman saloon, Blnce closed; Mvron H
Sherman, Thomas Haley and Sherman &
Haley, reputed owner of the Blue Rib
bon saloon, the Independent Realty com
pany and the American Bonding company
of Baltimore. James Lankton who was
an upholsterer by trade, was according
to his widow a kind and loving father and
husband and an industrious workman able
to earn from $75 to $100 month.
The Intoxication of her husband on the
night that he engaged In the fight with
John Sheffler on Broadway was, Mr
Lankton aJleges In her petition, "the
direct result of the unlawful giving and
selling of intoxicating liquor to Lankton
by each of said defendants.
Sheffler wa Indicted for the killing of
Lankton, whose death resulted from a
fractured skull caused by falling and
striking the curb, but on trial was ac
quitted. Let'tis figure your contract on painting.
We know we can satisfy you. II. Bor
wlck, 211 South Main street
Executive Council Make No Change
In Pottawattamie Roll.
County Auditor Innes received official
notice yesterday "from the state executive
council that It hud made no change In the
assessed valuation of farm, city or town
property as fixed by the Board of Super
visor of Pottawattamie county.
In 1907 when the last previous assess
ment of real estate was made the state
executive council made no change to far a
Pottawattamie county waa concerned.
The average valuation placed on land
outside the cities and town In Pottawat
tamie county this year la S-'d.M an acre
which Is much below the market value of
farm land a shown by the record of
transfers of such property. In 1907 the
average valuation of farm land In this
county waa in the neighborhood of t.
Advices from Des Moines ' show that In
seventy-four counties besides Pottawat
tamie, the state executive council left the
farm land valuattona unchanged from the
figures returned by the supervisors. In
twenty-four counties the valuation was
raised and In one county It was lowered.
FOR MEDICAL AND FAMILY USE
BUY YOUR LIQUORS.AT ROSENFELD
LIQUOR CO. 619 S. Main. 'Phone 3323.
Real Katate Transfer.
These transfers were reported to The
Bee, July 28 by the Pottawattamie County
Abstract company of Council Bluffs:
Dav and lies company to James
Chrlstofferson, lot U In block 72 in
Riddle subdivision, Souncll Bluffs.
w d T. $ 260
F. II Stow to Jennie D. Stow, lot 7
In block 19. Mulllna subdivision,
Council Bluffs, w d 1
F. H. Stow to Jennie D. Stow, part
sw'4 ne4 21-75-4, w d 1
Henry Schneckloth sr. and wife t
Iowa Townsite company, lot S In
block 11. Bentley. w d 75
Lee W. Taylor and wife to Lewi N.
Snyder, lot 4 In block A, Allen &
Cooks addition to Avoca, w d 1,0X1
Total, five transfer $ 1.S27
Blue whit three quart coffee Dot now
49c. Tea kettle 49c. Dish pans 43e. P. C.
De Vol Hardware company.
Fire Team Off for Davenport.
Lou and Herb, the team of bay colls
from No. 4 engine houe which will repre
sent the Council Bluffs fire department In
the annual tournament of the Iowa State
Firemen' association left early yesterday
C'laiaC ilia jiis Wrj at 0a
W aaasCslb en
mi n snmaaaamu Mat
morning for Davenport where they will
get several days, training before the tour
nament opens. James Cotter, A- Telfer.
Clarence Hough and William Steven con
stltute the crew which went with the
team. Great thing are expected by the
local firemen of the team which although
young ha been doing some splendid work
In the tryouts. The horse are named
respectively after Louis Zurmuehlen,
president of the Fire and Police commis
sion and Herb Rogers, a well known young
business man through whose efforts the
money to purchase the team a year ag.
was seen red. The expense of sending the
team to Davenport ha been defrayed by
Licenses to wed were issued yesterday
to the following:
Name and Residence.
LeRoy Grace, Davenport, ta
Belle Priestly, Rolf, la
Arthur A. Thomas, Persia, la....
Blanch M. Howard, Yorkshire. Ia
Fred R. Williams, Omaha
Mayme M. Drumm, Omaha
Lewis W. Lowe, Lincoln, Neb
Jessie Prante, Omaha
Last week of July clearance sale of
framed pictures, pyrography sets, eto. See
our remnant of picture mouldings. Alex
ander's, 333 Broadway.
Little Girl is
Eva Traum, Thirteen Years Old, of
Storm Lake, la., Lights Fire
STORM LAKE. Ia., July tt.-Rpeclal
Telegram.) In a fire which destroyed the
farm home of Charles Traum, six miles
southeast of her at noon today, Eva
Traum, aged 13, was so terribly burned
that she will die. The little girl was alone
In the house and had attempted to revive
he fire In the cook stove with kerosene
when an explosion occurred. The father,
seeing the smoke, rushed In from the field
to see the girl run from the house, en
veloped. In flames. He 1 attempted to
smother the fire, but every shred of cloth
ing was burned from the little body. Phy
sicians say she cannot live. The house
was entirely burned, causing a property
loss of $3,000.
CENTAL FIGURE IN FAMOUS
HADDOCK MURDER CASE DEAD
John Areaadorf, Acquitted of Killing
Slows City Minister, Sno
camba. SIOUX CITY. Ia., July 28. John Arena
dorf, the central figure In the famous Had
dock murder trials, died this morning of
Bright' disease, aged . Rev. George C,
Haddock, pnstor of the First Methodist
church here, was murdered August S, 188S.
Arensdorf wa twice tried for the crime.
and waa acquitted at hi second trial.
Both trials attracted national attention.
Haddock' murder wae due to his crusade
against the Sioux City saloons.
BIX HURT IN AUTO ACCIDENT
Two Resident of Algroua, Iowa, May
Die of Injorle.
ALGONA, Ia., July 28.-(Speclal.)-Slx
people from this place were Injured
two of them so seriously that It I
thought that both ma'dle. In
bad auto accident neaf'- her laat
night. The Injured are Frank McCorkle,
driver, hip and leg broken and Internally
Injured; condition very serious; Miss Slgred
Kelson, Injured Internally, serious; Mr. and
Mrs. E. P. Fuller and daughters, Cora and
Ilasel, badly bruised and. cut.
The machine shot down a grade while
rounding a curve at high speed, and then
turned turtle, pinning all six under It. Miss
Nelson wa caught In such a manner that
It was an hour and a half before she could
be removed from her precarious condition
The other member of the party were so
ba'dly hurt and shaken that they could not
Omahan to Ball Hotel.
SHENANDOAH, Ia.. July 28. (Special. )-
A proposition haa been made the Booster
club, here by some Omaha parties, to butld
a three-story hotel building, at a cost of
not less than $38,000 for the building, ex.
clusiv of the furnishing. The one atipula
tlon that they make I that a site be
furnished them, which Is now owned by the
Elks lodge and on which they have the
plans drawn for erecting an $18,000 club
house. The cltlsen propose, that If the
Elks will make a change of sites, to pur
chase lots Just aouth of their present site
and give It to them In exchange for their
own. The matter 1 to be acted on at a
meeting of the Elk soon and It is ex
pected that they will assentto the change,
The Omaha parties have agreed to deposit
$1,000 as a forfeit. In case they should fail
to carry out their agreement to erect the
Arrested for Alleged Threat.
GRISWOLD, Ia.. July 28 (Special.)-Vir
gil Larson, a young man who came to this
locality to work at farming, was arrested
Monday and taken before Justice Smith to
answer to the charge of sending a threaten
lng letter to Harry Morton, In which he
demanded a certain amount of money
Upon failure to obtain the- money he wa
going to take full value out of Morton
hide. His bond were fixed at $100. but he
was unable to secure them, and he was
taken to the county Jail at Atlantic 'to
await the action of the court, which meets
the first week in September.
Woman Attempt Saiclde.
STORM LA KMC. Ia., July 28. Special
Telegram.) Because she believed her hus
band had been guilty of misconduct with
another woman, Mr. Fred Burnett at
tempted to commit suicide last night by
taking morphine. Hard work by physl
oiana saved her life. Burnett Is a brake
man on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul, running between here and Rockwell
Finger Chopped Off.
GRISWOLD, Ia., July 2S.-tfpeclal.)-While
showing a friend the workings of
the time lock In the Griswold National
bank, Fred B. D Witt, the assistant
cashier accldently touched a spring and the
bolts shot out with such rapidity that the
second finger of the hand was severed
almost as completely a though chopped
off with an axe. He a ill be off duty for
Dead from Blood Poison.
GRISWOLD. Ia., July Js. (Special.) Mrs
Lulu Turk Ilea dead at her home two mile
south of ton a from the effect of blood
poison. She wa taken III some time ago
with the disease and while everything
known to medical skill waa done to relieve
her suffering, she passed away. Death
came while In a hospital In Omaha
OWA FACTORIES NEED MEN
State Association Will Advertise in
East for Laborers.
POORMAN IS ASKED TO RESIGN
t'onnrllman aehrant Introduce HMO-
lotion Heqneatlaa; Clerk ta
Retire Action oa it I
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES. Ia.. July 28. (Special
Telegram.) Decauae of the scarcity of
laboring men . In Iowa, the . Iow a State
Manufacturer' association has decided to
advertise In the east and with state labor
commissioners of eastern state to Indue
laboring men to come to Iowa. Many of
the Iowa factories are crippled fur want
of workmen, according: to Georre A.
Wrlghtman, secretary of the tate assoc
iation. Many factories desire to enlarge
their plants, but are unable to get more
than enough workmen to keep their pre
sent plants going and so are delaying their
plans for expansion.
Poorntan Asked to Resign.
On th allegation that he Is not In
harmony with the commission plan of
government and tries to work old time
politic and 1 Insubordinate to the head
of the department, Councilman Schramm
today Introduced a resolution In the city
council asking for the resignation of City
Clerk Poorman. , poorman and hi as
sistants have not gotten on well and he
recently notified the bonding company
that because of the mistakes of his as
sistant Miss Kendall their risk on him
waa not safe. The council took the re
solution under advisement
Feudist from Tennessee.
Fred Harvey and Harry Coluhour, ar-
rested as vagrant today told the police
Judge they were mountaineer of Tennes
see and had left to escape family feuds
that made It probable they would be killed
If they didn't kill some one else.
State Architect Chandler of Kansas and
Mr. Root, a clerk in the office of the
archives department of Kansas, were
visitor at the stale- house here today. They
examined the archives department to gel
Idea for the new department In Kansas.
Boom for Ataearn.
Walter S. Athearn of Des Moines may be
a candidate for the republican nomination
for state superintendent of public Instruc
tion at the primaries next year as a result
of the boom given him at the OskaL.oea
teachers' Institute. Mr. Athearn Is dean
of the normal department at Highland
Park college and waa formerly associated
with other In the publication of Midland
schools. Until the action of the Mahaska
county teachers' Institute Athearn had not
been mentioned for the position. R. J.
Hook of Winneshiek, F. E. Lark of
Monona, Senator Adems of Fayette and
McManus of Council Bluffs are all possible
Raise Farm Value.
In Its equalization of farm assessments
the executive council made a raise of 6
per cent In the valuation of farm lands In
Polk, Plymouth, Howard and Wappello
counties; an Increase of 4 per cent In
Dallas; 3 per cent In Fremont. Monona and
Palo Alto; t per cent In Adams, Butler,
Calhoun, Cass, Chickasaw, Clinton, Floyd,
Lucas, Lyon, O'Brien, Union and Winne
bago and 1 per cent In Clay, Madison and
Only one reduction waa made and thai
was In Johnson county, where a reduction
of S per cent was ordered.
An increase of about $150,000 is made In
the gross assessment of the railroads and
a alight Increase In the lnterurbana.
With one exception the assessed valua
tion per mile of the express companies was
left the same a last year, the exception
being the Pacific express, which was raised
from $25 a 'mile to $30 per mil.
SIX HURT IN IOWA WRECK
Northwestern Paaaeag-er Trala Col
lide with Freight Near
A me. .
DES MOINES. July 28. Blx passengers
on the Chicago & Northwestern paaHetiger
train which left De Molne for South
Dakota points at 2:GS this morning were
Injured In a collision between that train
and a freight train four mile aouth of
Ames early today. There were no fatali
ties. Sixteen Sllahtly Hart. v
KELLY, Ia., July 28.-(Special.)-Slxteen
people were more or less severely injured
In a head-on collision of the 3:30 passenger
out of Des Moines and a freight locomotive
near here this morning about 4 30. The
Injured were cared for by Dr. Templeton
of the Northwestern company at Ames
this morning and were later able to pro
ceed on the train.
The accident occurxd a mile and a
quarter north of Kelly, at a road cross
ing. Commencement at Shenandoah.
SHENANDOAH, Ia.. July I8.-(Speclal.)-
The annual commencement exercises of tho
Western Normal college Is being held this
week. Chancellor Ayleaworth of Center
university of Lincoln will deliver an ad
dress on Thursday afternoon.
Iowa Nevra Note.
CRESTON Work was commenced at Mc
Klnley park yesterday erecting tent for
the Chautauqua assembly, which onens Frl
duy, with Dr. Frank Dixon and the Mauuin
band as the attractions. Reservation of
camping sites haa been quite heavy and
41 pianos must Immediately be gold. Price la no object.
TVblle the quality Is Dot to be equalled or the prices quote) to
be matched, the terms ar revelation in piano selling. KENTAL
andMEW PIANOS are now offered at these terms:
NO MOSEY DOWN FTtKB STOOL FIUCK SCARF
FREE PKUVKRY FREIGHT PREPAID THIRTY DAYS
FREE TRIAL THEN ONE DOLLAR A WEEK.
The QUALITY of our preeent offering and the MONEY TO
BE SAVED mar be noted from these bargains In SLIGHTLY
USED RENTAL PIANOS.
On Mahogany Upright.. $60
One Walnut Upright... fcOO
$300.00 Irera A Pond.. $125
$415.00 Emereoa S275
$$7t.00 Btger $240
$326.00 Mueller $178
$660.00 Stelnway $300
Dont overlook this opportunity. Come now and select your
piano, or USE THE COUPON and WRITE. Either way you will
be glad you hay purchased.
Schmoller & Mueller
1311-1313 Farnam St. Established 1859
Exclmsive RepreeentetlTe for Stelnway rianoe and Aeolian Line.
OUT-OF-TOWN BUYERS PLEASE! USB COUPON
Sctimoller ft Mueller Piano Co., Omaha, Neb. B
I desire to Inquire about your special sale of pianos and con
cernlng your No Money Down Proposition. Seud all Information
to my address at once. This places me under no obligation to
purchase unless I am convinced that you can furnish me a better
piano and save me from $100 to $150 on the purchase.
a 1 Name
B I Address .
large attendance Is expected. Business
house and offices are to close for the day.
CRESTON J. W. niggar, a, very promi
nent business man, died Tuesday as the
result of chronic trouble. He was the pro
prietor of a large department store and
was 0 years of age. He leaves a wife and
FORT DODGE Secretary Pierce of the
Iowa League of Municipalities, spent the
day with Mayor Hennett of this city.
formulating plans for the atate convention
of the league, September 21. !, and El,
Fort Dodge. The Commercial club Avas
selected as the place for the league meet
ings. CRERTON 8. R. Hogaboom of Port Ar
thur, Tex., was accidentally shot at that
point recently. The wound Is considered
quite serious and the ball has not yet been
located. He was a former prominent Cres
ton man, having removed to Texas several
years ago. The accident occurred when a
boy who was hunting with him accidentally
discharged his rifle.
SHENANDOAH The annual fair of the
Shenandoah Fair association will be held
August B to 13. Inclusive. The purses and
prizes have been largely Increased over any
previous year. The managers have also
secured a lot of special attractions and tho
merchants have arranged for exhibitions
down town each evening.
FORT DO DOE The fifteenth annual
meeting of the fifteenth district of the
state Woman's Christian Temperance
union will be held In Fort Dodge. Tuosduy
and Wednesday, August X and i. It will
bring delegates from Ogden, Madrid, West
Boone, Boone, Bethel, Webster City, Strat
ford, Jewell, Prairie Center, Fort Dodge,
Zearing, Slater and Ames.
FORT DODQE The gypum mtnera of
the Plymouth Gypsum mine struck Satur
day night for an Increaae of 5 cent an
hour In wages and no settlement has Deen
made up to tonight. Monday night, the
underground day men of the United States
Gypsum company mills, went on a strlk
for the same concessions, but the mm of
she looks forward to the hour with apprehension. Mother's Friend,
by Its penetrating and soothing properties, allays nausea, nervousness,
unpleasant feelings, and so prepares the system for the ordeal that
she passes through the event yr
with but little suffering, as I
numbers have testified and jV
said, "it is worth Its weight in
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This is the day that we have been talking about
Turn to the real estate columns and select one of the many
desirable home bargains that are advertised for sale on easy
Now is the most opportune time to get a real home bargain.
A year from now you will realize how much your property has
increased in value. This increase in realty value is not a boom,
but the steady growth natural in a growing city.
Buy now while the price and terms are easy.
Thursday is Home Day
One Rosewood . $75
One Oolden Oak $115
$360.00 Adam Schaff ...$175
$400.00 Knabe ...... $175
$800.00 Sterling $135
$850.00 Brlggs $100
$300.00 Davla $105
these plants are kept In operation by Ufe
of reserve rock supply.
CRESTON Miss Edith Knight of this
city and l.eland Parker of Klngsley, Kan.,
were married In thla city yesterday at the
home of the bride s mother, Mrs. William
Knight. Rev. Frank I. Hanseom of the
Congregational church officiating. Sixty
Invited gliosis were present. The biiile Is
one of Creston's prominent young women
and groom Is a Kansa business man.
"VikSTON Miss Italsv Woods, a former
Bedford girl, who has been connected until
recently with Cornell college at Mount
Vernon, Is to leave this fall for Calcutta,
India, where she will assume charge of the
European Girls' High school In that city
as Its principal. The school la an Inter
denominational affair, under th patronage
of the British government.
OSKALOOSA Rev. James II. Reblhan
of Oskalonsa, one of the best known Cath
olic priests in the state, died at the Mercy
hospital In Davenport Sunday as the re
sult of pneumonia. He wa the first priest
born In Davenport to receive orders, and
a peculiar feature of hi death Is that it
occurred en the anniversary of his or
dination. He had been In charge of St.
Mary's church at Oskaloosa for the last
A Derlou Breakdown
come from chronic constipation. Dr.
King' New Life Pill cure headache,
torpid liver and bowel trouble. 25a. Sold
by Beaton Drug Co.
New Town of Stafford.
TANKTON. S. D.. July 28. (Special.)
The town of Stafford 1 to be started soon
at Stafford' Crossing, between the town
of Volin and Irene on the Great Northern.
A side track will be put In. M King will
accept an elevator and other Industrie will
follow. The starting of the town so near
two other come about through the rough
and the steep hill of the neighborhood
making It very hard for farmer to reach
either Volln or Irene.
Is to love children, and no
home can be happyt without
them, yet the ordeal through
which the expectant mother
must pass usually is so full
of suffering and dread that
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