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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER
spending all of your income
Snve up for a rainy day and deposit your savings
United States National Bank
where deposits are received of $1.00 or more.
3 Interest Paid on Deposits.
Deposits made on or before September 10th will draw
interest from September 1st.
Oldest Bank in Nebraska.
Capital and Surplus $1,200,000.00.
Total Assets over $13,000,000.00.
ASK FOR THE OLD PASTORS
All Methodist Churches ia City Make
PREPARING FOR CONFERENCE
First Chnwh. Adopt Resolotlons
Highly (ompllmriitirr to tee
Pastor Mho llaa Brn
The Council Bluffs Office of the
Oman Bee ta at 15 Soot Strait.
Both 'phones 43.
Uavls, drugs. I
Majestic Ilanges. DeVol Hdw. Co.
t'UUIUOANS, undertaker. 'Phono 148.
For rent, modern house, 723 tin avenue.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tal. 839.
Lewis Cutler, funeral dlractor. 'Phona ST.
FAUST BKKR AT UOQERd' BUFFET,
lialrd Uolaud. undertaker. 'Phone 121.
When you want reliable want ad adver
tising, use The Bee.
' Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cessna are visiting
at North Platte, Neb.
City Clerk and Mrs. A. W. Casady left
last night for Chicago.
Herman Buerdorf returned Sunday from
an extended trip abroad.
Twenty per cont off on Cameras. Alex
ander's Art store, 338 Broadway.
Famous Steel King farm wagons,
Sparling A Triplets 221 Broadway.
Dr. W. W. Mesar.ll. optometrist, moved
to StA-208 City National bank building.
Up-to-date Art Department and Ploture
Framtrg, Borwlck, Sill South Mai street.
The men of the Trinity ( Methodist Epis
copal church will hold a sociable Friday
evening at the home of F. E. Merrill.
Dr. B. F. Williams, pathologist of th
Insane hospital at Lincoln wan the guest
of his brother, Rev. J. M. Williams on
The body of Infant Charles C. Wolfe, son
of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Wolfe, who died
Sunday, will be taken to Table Rock, Neb.,
for Interment, today.
William Lubecke. a cook, fell In a
faint at Glen avenue and Broadway Mon
day morning. . He was taken to the police
station where City Physician Tubbs at
-The last report of the patent office St
Washington. D. C, shows two patents Is
sued to local men, one to M. B. Park, for
a nut lock and one to F. H. Schley, for
a milling machine.
The funeral of Illght Sidney Gregory will
be held at J 80 this afternoon at the resi
dence tfO uttitf-errentre. The Hov." Edgar
Price officiating. Interment will take place
at Walnut lllil cemetery.
JtidKe Snyder held a short session of
police court yesterday morning and dis
posed of a light grist. The case against
Harry Allen, charged with disturbing the
peace at the St. Joe hotel, was continued
until this morning.
Secretary Harry Q. Curtis of the Young
Men's t'nrlMtlan association spent yester
day mailing notices to all subscribers to
the bnlldlng fund, of the rally day member
ship canvaas Wednesday. Committees
composed of two men and two boys, will
be assigned to sections of the city and will
make a house to house canvass for mem
bers. The fire department was called to N. P.
Jorgensen's milk depot at 604 South Main
street yesterday morning by a slight blaze
caused by communication of a fire in u
small boiler to a pile of straw In the
uusement of the building. The fire was
extinguished with slight damage to the
Rev. Henry DeLong, probation officer
and "marytng parson" will celebrate his
seventy-fifth birthday anniversary today
I'ncle Henry was born In Beaver county
Penn., September 7, 183S. He came to
Council Bluffs July 3, 1H4 and fifty-one
years ago this month was licensed to
preach in the old cottonwood church next
lo the present site of the Ogden hotel. For
four years he rode the Council Bluffs
circuit In the 70s, after which he took up
missionary worn in mis city.
WANTED 25 GIRLS FOR GENERAL
WORK IN THE CANDT FACTORY
WAGES FOUR TO SIX DOLLARS PER
WEEK. JOHN G. WOODWARD & CO.
Ir. anticipation of the regular shaking up
among Methodist ministers which occurs at
the regular annual confrrence of that
church the local 'congregations adopleM
resolutions at tho last quarterly conference
asking that ths present pastors be re
assigned to the Council Bluffs charges.
Resolutions were presented to the con
gregation at the Broadway Methodist
church Sunday and similar action has been
lakn at the Fifth avenue. Trinity and Ep
Rev. J, M. Williams of the Broadway
church was given a warm endorsement In
the following resolutions:
Whereas, Our pastor. Rev. J. M. Wil
liams. Is Just now completing his second
year among us.
Whereas. He has given us snie ana
efficient service, has ministered to the
church spiritually, has sdded to the mem
bership, has strengthened me nnanciai in
terests and has worked without ceasing
and with unfailing hopefulness and good
cheer to Improvs eaoh department of our
Whereas. He has brought the cnurcn
Into the best and most flourishing condi
tion In Its history, and
Whereas. He has endeared hlmseir to us
by his Christian fellowship and example.
his unselfish service ana unnsgging ei;
therefore, be It
Resolved, by the members of the Broad
wav Methodist church, at this service as
sembled, That we here publicly tender to
Kev. and Mrs. Williams our appreciation
of their work among us, ;hat we assure
them of our desire that his pastorate shall
continue and that we request the official
board of the church to take such steps as
may be necessary to insure his return to
us by the coming session of the conference.
The next meeting of the Pes Moines con
ference, which Includes this city, will be
held at Ames on September 15. Bishop
Joseph F. Berry of Buffalo, N. Y., will
preside. The local pastors will go to Ames
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WANTED 25 GIRLS FOR PACKING
WOODWARD'S FINE CHOCOIATES.
WAGES FOUR TO SIX DOLLARS PER
WEEK. JOHN O. WOODWARD & CO.
Dead Man May Be from Blaffs.
Charles Downs, the man who was kllkd
In a railroad accident at Grand Center, Ia.
last Saturday, Is supposed to be a Council
Bluffs man, and Is said to be a brother of
Al Downs of this city.
Inquiry was made of the Omaha and
local ponce ror the whereabouts of a
brother of the dead man and Al Downs
was notified. He has a brother Charles,
but Is not yet certain that the dead man
Is his brother.
Information of the death of Downs was
received by telegram from L. B. Beardsley,
division superintendent of the Milwaukee
road at Grand Center.
Al Downs was formerly proprietor of the
First National bank barber shop and for
some time haa been living on a farm In
Garner township with W. H. Coons. His
brother Charles at one time worked at the
barber trade In this city.
The body ot the dead man has been
taken to Mapleton, where Al Downs will
go as soon, as he has further information
with reference to the matter.
RAIN SPOILS LABOR DAY PLANS
Carpenters Plrnle May Be Held at
Rainy weather caused the postponement
of the big Labor day picnic of the carpen
ters and Joiners, which was to have been
held in Walnut Grove yesterday, but It Is
possible that the picnic will be held at
The committee In charge of the affair
waited until noon In the hope of having
better weather, before finally - calling the
Work was generally suspended In the
city, but the dampness kept all' at home.
The attendance at Lake Manawa was small
and it was a chilly and uncomfortable
crowd that braved the elements to listen
to the band concert and enjoy the other
concessions of the resort.
Ci'isjisI CiriiilSasssyWen-aTsef O I
Was- to n S?S, tat
A Tailor Made Suit
Will out-last a ready-mada suit hree to
one. It always looks neat, and fits better.
Sea meI create and develop clothe that
give a man an easy grace and quiet dig
SIS W Broadway, CounoU Bluffs.
WANTED 100 Girls to wrap Woodward's
real butter scotch and Woodward's pure
sugar stick sandy. Work done by piece
work. Girls can earn from four to eight
dollars per week. John G. Woodward 4t
Camp Meeting; Program.
Attendance at the revival meetings which
are being held at the Memorial Baptist
church has been exceptionally good despite
the unfavorable weather.
The meetings are conducted by Evange
list D. W. Relnhart, who announces the
following program for ths remainder of
Tuesday evening, "What la Christian Sci
ence, or Satan as an Angel of Light."
Wednesday evening, "The Power Back of
Thursday evening, "False Teachings of
, Friday evening, "Is the World Growing
Better or Worse?"
Saturday evening, "The Second Coming
The new models of the great Majestic
Range are In and on exhibition. Prices,
347 to SS. P. C. DeVoI Hdw. Co.
At the time of the failure of the Officer
A Pusey bank, the mine was looked to
as an asset which might be more than
sufficient to meet all the debts of the
firm, but It failed to produce.
J. J. Stewart, attorney for 8. G. Under
wood, the present owner of the mine, has
denied the rumors ot the rich finds on the
property but persistent rumors say that
sufficient gold has been taken out to pay
off all the Indebtedness against the prop
erty and that upwards of 3126,000 waa taken
out during August.
It Ib thought that the rumors may have
arisen from reports of rich lodes found In
djolning mining properties.
THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN, THO
American plan dinner week days, BOc;
Sundays, 75c. Six until 8 p. m.. Grand
See Sperling Trlplett, S27 Broadway for
N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tel. 250. Night. L-1703.
New Way to Pick
Up Easy Money
Seal Estate Man and Astrologer Work
Combine on Credulous
IOWA MINERS MAY STRIKE
Trouble at the Enterprise Mine at
Des Moines Likely to Spread.
SIXTEEN THOUSAND INVOLVED
Company Ralsee Rent Hnim
Its Men and Refa.es to Arbl
trate, and Sympathetic
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, la.. Sept. . (Special Tele
gram.) Unless the coal mine operators at
Enterprise reconsider their refusal to nego
tiate with the '300 striking miners the en
tire 16,000 miners In the state will be called
out In two weeks. The Enterprise strike
is over an Increase In rent on the com
panies' houses. The operators refused to
arbitrate when visited by the local presi
dent of the union today.
The wage scales and suoh questions are
settled biennially at a Joint convention of
delegates of the miners unions of the state
and tho cotfl mine operators association.
The contract calls for arbitration of all
questions outside of the- scale of wages
and other matters not specifically settled
by the biennial contract.
State Needs Laborers.
J. F. Liebbe. state architect for the
Board of Control, returned today from a
trip to the state Institutions at Cherokee,
Independence and Oakdale where building
operations are under way. He says the
work Is lagging much for want of labor
ers, mainly plasterers and carpenters. Es
pecially at Cherokee and Independence
where big Infirmaries are being erected
and where jpuch plastering Is needed there
Is an especial shortage of plasterers.
Petition Hunter's Release-.
A petition for a pardon or parole of
Matt Hunter, the Mt. Ayr man who killed
Homer Holland, will be presented to the
state board of parole soon. The petition Is
being circulated by Hunter's sister and Is
being signed by many people. Hunter af
ter being committed to the penitentiary
refused to work for many months and It
was thought had gone Insane. The warden
refused to count time on hln committment
till he went to .work. For some months
now he has bef n at work. He was sen
tenced to twenty-five years imprisonment.
Holland was a Drake university athlete
and held a state championship for running
high Jump. The two men are said to have
quarreled over a game of cards and
Hunter meeting him on the street at'tot
Holland and killed him.
Tire New Fall
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Such "Rainy" wet day as the early fall
generally brings forth, will undoubtedly re
mind you of your need of one of these
Now It matters little what yonr personal
preference may be ia regard to style, color,
or fabric, since we are prepared to suit
every Individual taste.
We have so many different styles. In
such a yarlety of high grade fabrics that
you'll marvel at the completeness of our
assortment besides being surprised at the
very evident fine tailoring of every gar
ment. The "military" Style) which was the
most popular coat of the season last year
will again be worn by the most fastidious
We cordially Invite you to tnspect these
garments. Prices range from
"THE HOVSE Or HIGH MERIT"
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN HOT
WATER HEATING FLANT AND NEW
INLAID LINOLEUM. INQUIRE AT
LEFFERT'S, 40st BROADWAY.
School Attendance Large.
While he will not be able to call for
an enrollment of the public schools until
the latter part of the week, Superintend
ent J. H. Bevertdge Is confident that the
total will reach well over 6,000 pupils. In
spite of the wet weather yesterday, the at
tendance was good and arrangements were
made for beginning the work of the school
year this morning. Grade pupils were dis
missed for the day at 10:30 In the morning,
but high school pupils remained at the
building during the greater part of the
regular session, until 2:30 o'clock.
An enterprising real estate man Interested
In exploiting Texas lands Is credited with
doing a thriving business up In Loup county
with the assistance of a horoscope reader.
The astrologer has a dignified and com'
mandlng presence, and he and the real
estate man will stop at soma town, but at
different hotels, and are apparent strangers
to each other.
Mr. Real Estate Man advertises the ad
vantages of Texas. He finally suggests
to a receptive customer that Just for tho
fun of the thing they go over and have
their horoscope read by the astrologer.
Of course neither gives the result of his
respective horoscope 'readings away, but
the next day the receptive citlken closes a
deal with the Texas' 'teal estate man for
several hundred dollars worth ot Texas
The astrologer has told him, "You are
about to Invest In some Texas property and
should close the deal at once, as It will be
the making of your fortune."
No enterprising citizen Is going to let a
tip of that kind get away from him and
so he Invests, while the smooth rear estate
man and astrologer slip off to some other
town and work the same Job off on other
Both Combntants tn Bad
Scotty Still shot Charles Wlllla
leg at East Court and Second stn
and Williams stabbed Still In the
Both are in s dangerous condition.
The trouble was over a
FOR MEDICAL AND FAMILY USE
BUY YOUR LIQUORS AT ROSENFELD
LIQUOR CO., 619 S. Main. 'Phones SSSL
Officer Mine May Be Rich.
It ta rumored that the Walter Scott mine
In Colorado, formerly a part of the Thomas
Officer estate, has of late developed rich
lodes and bids fair to become one of the
most valuable mining properties In the
The mine, formerly owned by Thomas
Officer, was believed to be rich but for
many years failed to show any results
and It is said that Mr. Officer spent thous
ands of dollars In an effort to develop it,
TM5 MOOO Gap
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Made by Tiffany. Nearly 3 ft. high in solid gold and sil
; vcr. Actual contract price $1,000. To be awarded at the
National Corn Exposition, Omaha JiVaTiiw
i to the man, woman or child producing the best ear of
; com grown this year in the United States.
Open to everybody belonging to tbe Association Nothing to buy or sell.
:.' The purpose of the donor of this trophy W. K. Kellogg is to improve the quality
'-of the millions of bushels of core used in making Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes.
' . Many people think the perfection of corn flavor has been reached in Toasted Corn
Flakes. Perhaps it has. It you don't know how good Kellogg' i the genuine
Toasted Cora Flakes is, try it. Then you'll see how hard a task we are giving
ourselves to improve It, and the only way we can improve It is by ths better
meat ot ths corn itself.
Professor Holdea, of ths lows State College, the greatest authority on corn in the
world, will award the prise at the National Corn Exposition to be held at Omaha,
Neb., Dec. 0th to 18th, 1009. Two simple rules will govern the plan, and they are
that yom send your best ear ot corn tethe National Cora Exposition, Omaha, Neb.,
before November 27, 1909, and that too are a member of the National Cora Asso-
jCiation full particulars regarding which caa be had by writing to National Cora
Exposition, Omaha, Neb. Tie a tag securely to yoar specimen sad word it, "For
the Kellogg Trophy Contest, and write your name and address plainly. If yonrs
is judged th best, you will get the trophy tor 1910. If yon succeed again next year
t or the year following, ths trophy will become yoar property for all time.
The contest will be open to every state in the Union. Professor Holdea will judge
the corn particularly oa the basis of quality. The growing of more corn
. per acre If, one object of tbe award, but the main purpose oi the
founder ot the trophy ia for improving the quality ot cons used ia
making KiXLOCU'S TOASTED CORN FLAKES. It yon haven't
' tried this delicious cereal, begin your education ia " good things to
at today. All "vers have it
KELLOGG TOASTED CORN FLAKE CO., Battle Creek, Mich.
isPKrC com "mm
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father Sacks Poisoned Wound.
SIOUX FALLS, 8. D.. Sept . (Speclnl.)
The life of Miss Jessie Rutan was saved
by the promptness of her father, Peter
Rutan, a pioneer rancher of Lyman county.
While the s-lrl was walking across a low
land near the home of her father she ran
upon a monster rattlesnake. Before she
could make her escape It hud twice burled
its fange In one of her feet. Crazed for
the time by fright, the girl rushed to her
rather, who without an Instant's delay
sucked the poison out of the wounds and
then applied a solution of soda and kero
sene. This done, he hurried the slrl to the
sanitarium at Chamberlain, where she is
The introduction of the Tung
sten lamp marks the greatest prog
ress in electric lighting since the
invention of the incandescent lamp.
Ask us about it today.
Omaha Electric Light and Power Co.
Y. M. C. A. Bldg. Tel. Doug 1062-Ind. A-1278
The Bee for All the Sporting News
CARS PASS 'EM UP WHILE
THEY CONVERSE IN THE RAIN
Neway Finally Comes to Relief of
Two Men Who Mlsa tho
Since Sixteenth street oetween Farnam
and PouKlas streets has been undergoing
repairs street cars have been stopping for
passengers only on the south side of Far
nam. Because of this several people who
wished to go north have been fooled.
During the rain Monday a bright looking
young man In company with an older man
walked briskly over the Improvised cross
ing on the north side of Sixteenth Just as
a car was approaching from the south.
The two men were in conversation and
the elder was "seeing" his companion to
"Well." began the young fellow. Til be
down In time for the show tonight This
car will get me home In time to get supper
and then I'll hurry back.
"All right," harmonised his friend, "I'll
wait for you at the Henshaw."
By that time the car was crossing Six
teenth street. It came on to the two men.
The younger one turned to say a final
Just then he glanced around to see that
the car had not stopped, but was half way
down the block. He stepped off the cross
ing as If to run after It; then ohanged his
'It must have been filled up," he said.
'Ouess that's right. Well, you can wait
for the next. There it Is, only a block
So ths two waited and again the car
passed them up.
'Gee, there's something wrong here," de-
claaed the older man."
At that moment a newsboy, who had
watched the performance from under an
awning at the Faxton building ran out to
the two wondering individuals.
""You fellows will have to get over on
the other side of, the street to get a car."
was the Information he tendered. "They
don't stop here any more. See that sign."
BURSTING TIRE ON AUTO
MAY CAUSE DEATH OF TWO
it City Island, Near
Victims of Illa-h
NEW YORK, Sept i Bursting of a tire
on the automobile of William Hobbey. a
wealthy resident of Mount Vernon, while
the machine was running at high speed
between Mount Vernon and Pelhana Manor,
early today, threw the car over an em
bankment. Joseph Eisenger, one of the
passengers, waa killed, and Henry Clausen,
another passenger, probably will die. The
men were musicians employed In a hotel
at City Island, whom Hobbey was bring
ing home. Hobbey and his chauffeur
escaped with bad bruises. Hobbey, who
was driving the car, waa arrested and
held in IS.000 balL
Tbe Yellow Peril.
Jaundice malaiiabllllouaneea. vanishes
when Dr. King's New Life Pills are taken.
Guaranteed. 2ba. bold by Beaton Drug Co.
24th and L Qts.. South Omaha
Sells Furniture 20 Below Omaha Prices
Fall opening sale oi new styles in
Furniture, Rugs and Stoves
9x12 high grade velvet rugs . . . SH50
9x12 Axminster rugs .... $17.50
9x12 Bagdad Wilton rugs, Omaha
Solid Oak Princess
Dresser, like cut. .
prices $44 our prices .
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Solid Oak, well made Chif
fonier Plate Mir- Pfj nr
High grade Steef Range, like cut
Sold on payments.
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