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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1909)
Blue Ball Flour,
Marahall Blend FVur,
Columbia High Patent,
Gold Medal Flour,
Hand Picked Apples,
Home Orown Grapes,
. Onlona. ,
4 pounds for
Beat Navy Beans,
4 pounds for
5 pounds for
pet Milk, lre ales,
8 cans for
. Pet Milk, small size
We give ticket with
Coffee: with eech pound
one ticket: wun m"
tea two tlc''t. Knch t
for 2 He. w pickles,
1T9 w. Broadway.
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AND PEAT MARKET
Both Phonea. 11. 600-602 BROADWAY.
A FEW OF OUR LOW PRICES
19 lbs. Granulated Sugar for ....
Best Sugar Cured Breakfast Bacon,
Hand Picked Applea,
, per pound ....
per pound . . . .
Fancy Concord Grapes,
per basket ,
Quart Jar Olives,
Contra 1 Flour, per sack
Gilt Edge Flour, per sack
IS NOW IN PROGRESS DAILY AT 3:00 O'CLOCK AFTERNOONS
AND AT 8:00 OF NIGHTS AND WILL CONTINUE UNTIL
The Largest, Most Modern and Expensive Stock of Diamonds, Watches, Gold Jewelry,
Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Etc., in Western Iowa
All to Go For Whatever Price You IBid
A large number of beautiful and expensive articles given away absolutely free at each session of the sale
Mr. E. H. Leffert personally guarantees the qua! y :f each article sold One hundred chairs provided for ladies, who are cordially
invited Courtesy to our patrons square dealing and truthful representation are the watch
words of our auctioneer, Mr, Tames C Hand
SOUTHERN FRUITS TO SHOW
Texai Citrus Orowen Write They
Will Make a Big Exhibit..
FL0EIDA ALSO GETS IN LINE
Secretary of Fruit Growers' Auol.
tloa Pabllshes fetter Polntlaa;
Omt the Tatar of the X"
tlonal Fruit Mow.
A big exhibit of fruit, vegetables and
othr producta from southern Texas
promises to be one of the moat Interesting
features ofthe National Horticultural con
gress fruit show this year. This exhibit
will be made under the auspices v of the
Texas CHrua Growers' association,' which
haa Ita headquarters at Houston.
Fred L. Reed, general superintendent of
the fruh ahow, is In receipts of the follow
ing letter from J, W. Canada, secretary
of the association:
Freeman L. Reed, Council Bluffa, la.
Pear fllr: Yesterday at a meeting of the
directors of the association and of repre-
native land men It waa decided that we
should make the finest exhibit possible at
the congress. To this end we appointed a
flnanoe committee to raise the necessary
funds and appointed a practical horticul
turist to collect and make ready the ex
hibit. I eannot say yet how much apae
we shall want, but we shall certainly end
not lews than a carload of fruit, vegetables
and other products of southern Texas. We
shall also cany on a vigorous campaign
of advertising in connection with this ex
hibit, and I have already beKan this by
sending to a number of papera in your
state and adjoining States the story of
the exhibit wo ."hall make. From lima to
time I shall furnish hundreds of papers
In these statee with stories of lnter?Ht rcl
stive to the exhibit that Texas will n ake
at the o.jgiis and frm this end I shall
do nil possible to stir up Interest among
the people there and get me largest at
tendance possible nt the congress. Ona
dWitlnct thing we will do Is to send the
Kiicvt (nil finest satsuma orange tree
In atrip, per lb 13H
per pound . .
per round . .
per pound .
per pound . .
i i i it ia it
ALL. IS SOLD
I Council Bluffs
we can find, taking It up by the roots
with fruit on It. Aa soon aa our commit
tee has had time to go over the prize list
carefully and I have taken the matter up
with the manager of the exhibit I shall
write y u any suggestion I may have taken
in legard to the list. v
We shall work as rapidly as possible lit
collecting fruits necessary for making
rady our exhibit and we expect to make
It so as it will In Itself repay anyone who
comes to the congress.
Florida to Exhibit.
"This Is the most important meeting of
horticulturists and agriculturists, held In
the United States. This la one of Florida's
finest opportunities" says Jamea McComb
of Tampa, commissioner for Florida to
secure an exhibit from the state speaking
of the National Horticultural congress
fruit show In an article In the Tampa
Weekly Tribune of recent date; Commis
sioner McComb's article . in part la as
Florida can and should make the most
Interesting exhibit. What will the visi
tors to the exhibition think of a fine dis
play of green beana, peas, lettuce, toma
toes, peppers, egg plant, etc., such as only
Florida can show at that time of the
Florida will hnve California, Texas and
Loulsana as competitora for the citrus
fruit prizes, but aa we claim to have the
finest grape fruit, oranges and tangerine?
In the world our growers ahould not feel
anxious about winning from all compel
ttor "in a walk" particularly as we can
show better colored fruit at that tlmo than
California can show.
When It Is remembered that thousands
of tqurlets and aettlers come to our glor
ious climate through the winter months,
from the northern and western portion
of our country, It behooves every public
spirited citizen of the state to do his part
to help Florida make the grandest dis
play at the exhibition.
Heal estate men, colonization promo
ters, boards of trade, county commto
alonera end town or city officials should
take action at one to hnve their locality.
U'.wi or xclty I epi Ohiiutd. Sjiao; mm
be applied for, funds provided and a plan
of campaign adopted and followed out.
All this takes money. If you do not
care to make an exhibit you can do your
part by contributing to the general fund.
It will take several thousand dollars to
defray necessary expenses.
Come and see ouf line of school
Every pair guaranteed to give satisfac
tion. Trices the lowest, quality considered.
Duncan Shoe Co., 13 Main St.
Debating; at Hlwh School.
The debuting tenms of the Delia Tau
and Vh"iTi' 1 1 iilan Literary aociclies of the
Hlgn -.-hnoi are getting ready for the an.
I nual forensic rontons. Within a few weeks
1 the preliminaries for the slate debate will
1 he commenced.
I Pruf. W. A. itrindiey.- who ha charge ot
the debating and dramatic work In the
High school, has appointed the following
tiauifc from the two societies: Delia Ta'i
Huili Hendnrson, Dolhe !!us, Mary
Chapman and Mabel Hart; riii'. 'iiathiuns,
Ilany Cuoper, Hoy Mauer. Geotge Kpooner
and Keneth Snyder.
Uuard of Supervisors.
j The botrd of supti 'visors yesterday
'adopted a resolution granting the Street
Hallway company ptrmUsl.gi to construct
and maintain a em Itch track on wliut I
known as the Lewis it Clark road, for the
accomodation of tbe School fur the Deaf.
THE BEE: OMATIA. RATOTUY, REPTErBETt IS, 1009.
The permit la granted to the Omaha, Court
ell Bluffa Sl Suburban Railway company,
Indicating that the Omaha and Council
Street Railway company la operating the
Manawa line and this extension to the
School for the Deaf under the franchise
granted this company.
The contract for furntahlng the county
court house and the poor farm at McClel
land with coal was awarded to the Car
bon Coal company. There were four other
The purchase of an electrlo clock for the
court house was approved, but the propo
sition to purchase a "chronograph" for
use In the different offices waa turned
dcrtvn by the board.
After disposing of a considerable grist
of routine business the board adjourned
until next Tuesday.
Amy A. Carter, of Braham, Minn.,
Sends Voluntary Testimony
DOCTORS' GREAT OFFER
Doctor Theodora Milan, who la chief ot
stall of the lainous Atuiro-Anierican
Doctors, Is In receipt of the following
letter, voluntarily aent by Amy A. Carter,
after removing a tumor from her fuce:
Ui annum, Minn., April 14, 10V.
Austro-Aiiitiicaii Doctors, ilk Kamge
Ulug., omaita, Neb.:
Deur eirx: 1 taut) this opportunity tu
tlmna you for tne care whicli you gave
to lay case, and to assure you that 1 will
uHa sptait a gooa woiU for you. 1
r'l.iui it .; y, u h.'U trieut a reutL n lu
ueen tu iu rid ot the atiinoyli. gmwln
which you iemoed lrom my tai-a. 1 am
conviiiLvu, alter ireati.ig with you, thai
your inviuoua are modern and aclenlirii',
ana you may ue my name a reterence
to anyone ttut'ferlng with similar trouble...
1 win be glad to write them regarding
you a'.ta your treutinent. Yours truiy,
AMY A. CAHifiU.
Doctor Ullen has had more than thlily
years of practice in this country and in the
Austrian clinic, which fits him better
than any one elite to successfully handle
many strange and obstinate cases of all
sorts of ailments, especially the follow
ing: Paralysis, Rheumatism, Goitre, Kpl
lepsy. Gull Stones, Diseases of the Diver,
Kidneys, Siomarh, lilood. Chronic and
N'trvous Discuses of men and women.
Ill addition, Ii" I suuuuiided by a Ha.'
of the luoti comocient oi,.lai.ji rci
gathered upon one siuff. All wnu is
uoi.u iu their uftice uud laboratories, on
tne fourtli floor of the Ka.nge lllook. op
posite the orpheuin theater, at Fifteenth
and Harney streets.
i mil October 1st tl.eiJ will be no charge
to tliore beginning tn dtiiu nt, except for
ineaicttie, and this will be dl.-m.-na at
actual cot. This very fine offer to all
who are 111 is simply tu give tho un
fanilltur with their methods an opportun
ity to sco and be convinced that they can
be benefited by the Ausiro-Amerlcan
Doctors. However, no case la ever se
ct pted in which there 1j any doubt of a
cure, and ne charge t ever made for con
sultation and advice,
The Council Blaffe Offloa of the
Omaha Bee la at 15 Boon Street,
Both 'phones 43.
Majeatlc Ranges. DeVol Hdw. Co.
CURRIGANS, undertakers. 'Phone 148.
For rent, modern bouae, 732 Itn avenue.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. 839.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone 87.
FAUST DER AT ROGERS BUFFET.
Batrd & Boiand, undertakers. 'Phone 128.
When you want reliable want ad adver
tising, use The Bee.
Famous Steel King farm wagons, Sper
ling & Triplett, 827 Broadway.
Dr. W. W. Magarell, optometrist, moved
to 206-208 City National Bank building.
Up-to-date Art Department and Picture
Framing. Borwlck, 211 South Main street.
Anna II. Moore announces her autumn
dhplay of fall millinery at Ji-41 Broad
way. Ladlea cordially invited.
Framed plcturea for gifts the beat kind
of souvenir. A large variety of atylea and
prices at Alexander'a Art Store, 333 B'way.
The district grand Jury la expected to
make a report thla morning, but whether
it will be linal waa not known yesterday,
The funeral of Mack Johnson will be
held Sunday afternoon at 8 o'clock from
Culler's undertaking rooms.' Burial will
be In Fairview cemetery.
Come and see our line of school shoes.
Every pair guaranteed to glva sailsnictlon.
riices the lowest, quality considered.
Duncan Shoe Co., 23 Main St.
JUST TO REMIND YOU that now Is the
time to buy your peaches. We have part
of a car of extra Albertus, only 81 per
case. The finest wa ever bad In the store,
fcurtel & Miller, 36i.
The game of basket ball at the Young
Men'a Christian association gymasluin
lust night between teams from the local
and Omaha associations resulted In tiie
victory for the Bluffs boys, by a score of
85 to 18.
Mayor Maluney has named Councilmcn
Yuunkermaii, Jensen and hkodsholm as
the committee . from the city council to
attend the annual meeting of the Iowa
League of Municipalities at Fort Dodge
nexi week. The mayor and City Solicitor
Kimball will also attend.
Word was received here yesterday of the
sudden death In Denver of .Samuel T.
Weston, son of Mrs. N. veston, of 60j
Mhl street. Mi. V eston, who was 36 years
ot age, was a resident of Council Bluffa
until six years ago, when he removed to
Dei.ver. Hi) was a conductor on the Bur
lington and was married In Hanover,
Kan., only last June. He visited his rela-
Umcls here in July while on his weddiiujl
sisters, Mra. Fannie Nichols of this city,
airs. L,ucy ueniicy ana Mrs. May Mveet,
both of 'lacoma, wash. The body will be
brought here for burial.
EXTRAORDINARY VALUES for
I uruay buyeia. Susur, nineteen pounds, 81;
I drupe, f i basket, 16 cents; sweet po-
I'.slo. s. per peck. ) cent; hubbard squaah,
' o-i. is; dincv srlinon. per cmi. 10 cems;
,Suit.i!o, pM bar, i, cents, : .pe nnf . pi r
pu.'Kogc, ,j f"'l,U. ..l-,o bai.l:a .U'lori.-.,
' l.'ii. peaiites, p-uis, cic. In ou. ..ital
uepuit merit: iirejHit spring chicken, per
pound, Is Crnts: boneless rolled beef roans,
ound. il cents: potted meal, can, 8 cenis;
pot roasts, pounil.-ijp from I cents, etc. In
our hardware dcpui tment: tine-quart tin
tun vans, uozeu, cenis; xso 1 saivuii
i;tid uh tubes, ii cents; nickle.-pi.ited
Mino'.tlil. lioi.s. per set, ui cems; copper
bottom wuih boiler, 7 cuns: folu.ng va!i
bench. M nts. etc. J. .oiler Men-anuL,
c..mpmi, luu-lui-iu-l0 Bro.uway. 'pnonea
Srr.ool and dress shoes for boys and
gills, new styUs, finest quull'y and rea
sonable prices. Duncan Shoe Co., 24 Mala
THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN. THE
wwMf a-'v r. o una tavr in m 'yVfrtrttrtW
cbtdtt hi motner he i ftuii 4 U
biullier, John, who left tteidt' flr
Denver on receipt of the news, and thre
Council Bluffs, Iowa
ANOTHER MOVE IS DOBBINS CASE
Attorney Asks for Commission to
Counsel for John R. Dobblna, alleged
"steerer" for the Mabray gang, whose
trial In tho district court on charges in the
connection with the alleged fleecing of
T. W. Ballew, a banker of Princeton, Mo.,
has been set for October 4, served notice
yesterday on County Attorney Heaa and
Attorney General Byers, who haa signified
his Intention of assisting In the prosecu
tion of the case on behalf of the state that
a commission would be sworn out on
September 26, to take the deposition of
sixteen witnesses, living In Norton, Kan.,
Alma, Mich, and Omaha.
Dobbins' attorneys also filed yesterday
In the district court a motion asking that
Deputy United- States Marshal W. A.
Groneweg file In th office of the clerk
of the district court all the papers and
letters taken from James C. Mabray and
his associates at the time of their arrest.
The attorney make this request In order,
as they state, that the pa peas may bs at
the disposal of all parties Interested. They
also atate that these papera Include many
which it la intended to use aa evidence.
The witnesses in Omaha whose deposi
tions the defence deslrea to take are F. H.
Davis, Charlea T. Kountze, Luther Drake,
Frank T. Hamilton, R. II. Mllay, Walter
Martin, James T. Wilson, A. B. Currie
and J. M. Cook.
"I have not been advised when Mabray
will be brought to Council Bluffs from
Dea Molnea" aald George S. Wright, at
torney for the alleged head of the gang of
"big store" swindlers on his return to the
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Freeh from our two million dollar sunlit
bakery. Crisp, delicious, nutritious. Try
it for breakfast with milk or cream.
city yesterday after an absence of several
days in Shenandoah, where he was en
gaged In the trial of a railroad casj.
"I do not think that" Mabray will be
brought here before , Monday, aa United
States Marshal Clarke and the other of
ficers of the federal court will come hers
that day to be In readiness for the open
ing of the term of court on Tuesday. I
expect Marshal Clarke and one of his
deputies will bring Mabray with them
Mr. Wright stated that It was his In
tention as soon as Mabray was arraigned
to file demurrers to the two Indictments
against him. He expressed confidence In ,
being able to quash the Indictment on de.'''
Judge Woodruff Is hearing tn the dis
trict court the ault brought by Jay P.
Matthewa of Washington township, Pot
tawattamie county against Bert E. Nash,
and others of Chicago to recover 82,000
paid on a land contract and two cancel
notes amounting to 82,000 more. The case
involves a rather peculiar question. Viola
8. Matthews, sister of Jay Matthewa, vtlhtf
made the contract In July, 1907, was ad
judged Insane by the commissioners In
Council Bluffs a short time later and was
committed to the asylum. Matthewa asks
for cancellation of tbe contract on the
grounds that his sister waa insane at the
time It waa made, he also chargea mis
representation, alleging that the, property
wae worth much less than claimed by tha
Mrs. Nina Keating was granted a di
vorce from Oordon Keating, to whom she
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