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FIVE YEARS FOR SANFORD
Prisoner Wants to Bead Statement,
but is Not Permitted.
FIVE THOUSAND FOE GRIEF
Mr. nmc Miiwnr Thinks Kb Bat.
fered (hat Maeh for Fallare of
Ororge Foster Kr Ilia
Promts to Marry Her.
Charles M. Sanford. cpnrtcted of shooting
at and wounding Claude N. Oano. a neigh
bor, on the morning of April 15 lent, was
sen fenced yesterday by Judge Woodruff In
district court. to five years In the peniten
tiary at Fort Madison. By good conduct
Sanford can reduce this term to three years
and nlna months, and the State Hoard of
Parole may parole before that time.
Sanford has had a somewhat turbulent
career during the last year, and before his
recent trial an effort was made by his
friends to have him adjudged Insane, but
It failed. s Since his arrest for shooting
Oano, Sanford s wife brought suit for di
vorce and was granted a decree. The shoot
ing of Gano followed a quarrel between
Fanford and his wife, which culminated In
Pan ford driving his wife out of the house
late at night.
Sanford, In anticipation of his sentence,
had prepared a lengthy statement, which
he Intended to read to the court, but Judge
Woodruff refused to permit him to read It,
although Sanford was given an opportun
ity to make a statement If he no desired,
why sentence should not be passed upon
Judge Woodruff yesterday set the trial
of Ben Sloan, charged with the murder of
James Wallace, a young Scotchman, who
was beaten and thrown from a Northwest
ern passenger train near Crescent City on
the evening of May 12 last, for Monday,
The following new assignment of Jury
cases was made by Judge Woodruff:
Mondny, October 11 State of Iowa against
Stevenson; State of Iowa against
12 John Chadwell
against John Olson.
Wednesday, October 18 City of Council
Bluffs against Charles Stevenson (three
Friday, October 1R Arthur Clay French
.against Andrew. A. Larsom ct al. : National
; Hank of Commerce against Flloklnger
Monday. October 18 State of Iowa
against Ben Sloan.
Tuesday, October 19 State of Iowa
aeslrst Leon Plcotte.
Wednesday. October 20 John Scherer
arslnst Alfalfa Meal Company.
Thursday, October 21-Klmball Bros. Com
pany against Cltliens Oas and Electric
Monday. October 25Theodora Ptorten
Wants rT for Grief.
Mrs. Rose Mowery of this city who In
her petition says she has been a widow I
for five years, filed In fhe district court
yesterday a suit against George Foster
for 15,000 damages for alleged breach of i !
promise to marry her. ,
Mrs. Mowery recites In her petition that
she and Foster were "friends and ac
quaintances" before either was married,
and that a few months after the death of
his wife. Foster began calling on her, and
continued these visits up to the fall of !
last year when, she alleges, an agreement
was entered Into that they should be mar
ried. The. engagement, ao Mrs. Mowery
says, was frequently announced to their
friends and she had mad all arrangements
for her .marriage when Foster suddenly
ceased his attentions and married another
woman. Mrs. Mowery says that the fail
ure of the defendant to fulfill his agree
ment to marry her has caused her much
mental anguish and humiliation and $5,000 J jjj
Is the estimate or me aamage to ner at-
The records In the office of the clerk of
the district court show that on September
28 of this year a marriage license was Is
sued to George W. Foster of Council
Bluffs, aged 49, and Stella Miller, of Cres
cent, la., aged 18.
Edward Mason yesterday filed suit for
divorce from Mary Mason, to whom he !
was married In Rockford township, Potta
wattamie county, on May , 1897. He says
that the defendant deserted him and their
two children In July, 1904, and remained i :
away four years. She returned and was
readmitted - Into the family circle on the
understanding that she would care for the i
plaintiff and their children, as a dutiful
wife should. On September 20 of this year,
however, the defendant, it Is said, again
left her husband and children. Mason asks
In addition to the dlvoroe that he be
awarded the custody of the two children.
A most complete line of little folks' shoes
for dress or school wear. Every pair of
these shoes are warranted to give satisfac
tion and are priced from $1.60 to $2.50, ac
cording to slie. DUNCAN SHOE CO., 23
WANTED boya to uell the Saturday eve
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Real Estate Transfers.
Theae transfers were reported to The Bee
October 9 by the Pottawattamie County
Abstract company of Council Bluffs:
A. G. Decker and wife to E. H. Ixiu
gee, lot 4, block 9, Cochran's add.,
w. d $l,SO0
Edmund McWIlllams and wife to J.
T. Montford, lot 13, block 1, Madison
Park add., w. d 1,250
Nathan Cary to Lester Cary, north 20
feet lot 12, block 15, Walnut, w..d.. 1
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THE STOVES THAT ARE MADE TO LAST.
STEWART STOVES AND RANGES HAVE
BEEN SOLD FOR OVER SEVENTY YEARS.
WITH A STEWART RANGE IN YOUR
KITCHEN YOU WILL NEED NO OTHER
HEAT DURING THE FALL AND SPRING.
MADE OF THE VERY BEST MATERIAL.
A WRITTEN GUARANTEE GIVEN BY THE
MANUFACTURER AND ENDORSED
BY US, WITH EACH STOVE.
SPECIAL TERMS THIS WEEK"
MAGNET STEWART STEEL RANGE, LIKE
SMALL PAYMENT DOWN,
BALANCE ONE DOLLAR PER WEEK.
Total, three transfers.. $3,051
For Week Beginning Oct 10
Tiffany ' Iridescent Glass
Olive Trays, Bon Bon Dishes, Pickle
Dishes, Nut Dishes, Vases, Compots, etc.
15c, 25c and 50c values; this week only,
choice, 10c, each.
Hanging Wall Match Safes of every
description monk heads, animal heads, Jap, Fisherman,
Arab, etc. pieces that you would ordinarily pay 50c up to
$1.00 for; special, choice, 25c.
Our Dollar Table
We have established a $1.00 table articles selected at
random throughout the store and ranging in price from
$1.25 to $3.00. You will find big bargains on this table.
We are headquarters for electric
lamps and shades; also gas mantles,
gas fixtures, gas reading lamps, etc.
W. A. MAURER
tlon and are priced from $1.50 to $2.60, ac
cording to size. DUNCAN SHOE CO.. 23
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Sl'SDAY TOPICS AT C1IIRCHES
Three Methodist rnnnrearatlona T'nlte
Broadway Methodist church. Rev. James
M. Williams, pastor; Dr. Claude P. Lewis,
muslo director. Class meeting? In Sunday
school room at 10. Sermon theme at 10:30,
"Secret Strength." This will be the regular
church service. Evangelist Moudenschleld
will be at the Fifth avenue church, wh?ri
the series of meetings will be continued
each evening next week. Sunday school
at noon; A. L. Mlckel, superintendent.
Union Epworth league at 6:30. The Broad
way,. Fifth avenue and Trinity leagues will
unite In this service. Dertha Stevens Stay
ton, the district deaconess, will lead the
meeting. At 7:30 union services of the three
Methodist churches engaged In the revival.
Evangelist Houdensehteld will speak on
'The Last Call." There will be no other
services at Broadway during the week. "3V 11
evening services at Fifth avenue church
and afternoon services at Trinity church.
First Congregational church, Dr. Otte-.
beln O. Smith, pastor. Sermon subject at
10:30, "Forgiveness;" at 7:20, "What Is the
Matter With Council Bluffs?" Special
music morning and evening. Sunday school
at noon. Midweek service Wednesday
evening at 7:43 at the parsonage. Men's
Monday noon lunch at Dutch room of the
Grand hotel. , v
First Presbyterian Church, Rev. Marcus
P. McClure, Minister Morning worship at
10:30, theme, "The Ideal and the Idea;" er
monette for boya and girls, "Poor and
Foolish Though Rich;" Bible school at 12;
young people's societies at 3:15, Helen M.
McAneney, leader, and at 6:45, Miss Tlllle
Altmansperger, leader; evening service at
7:45, subject, "Assassins of Souls."
St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Rev. John
William Jones, Reotor Eighteenth Sunday
after Trinity; holy communion at 8; morn
ing prayer and sermon at 10:30; Sunday
school and meeting of Senior Brotherhood
of St. Andrew at noon; evening service av 4;
meeting of Junior Brotherhood at 7:30.
St. John's English Lutheran Church, Rev.
O. W. Snyder, Pastor Preaching services
at 10:30 and 7:46; morning sermon subject,
' The Attractive Building;" evening 'sermon
subject, "The Assured Rest;" Sunday school
at noon; young people's business meeting
The First -Church of Christ, Scientist
Services will be held at' 10:45 in the Ma
sonic Temple hall, when the subject of the
sermon lesson will be "Are Sin, Disease
and Death Real?" Regular mid-week testi
monial meeting will be held Wednesday
evening at 8.
First Baptist Church, Rev. F. A. Case.
Pastor Morning service at 10:30; evening
service at 8. subject, "Trouble of Dlst'nc
tlon;" Sunday school at noon; Baptist
Young People's union members at 7.
First Christian church, Danish hall,
Broadway and Park avenue, Rev. Edsar
Price, pastor. Bible school at 9:45. Sub
ject at 11, "Partnership;" at 7:30, "Program
of Jesus." Christian Endeavor at 7.
Second Presbyterian church, Rev. George
A. Ray, D. D., pastor. Morning worship
at 10:30. Sabbath school at noon. Chris
tian Endeavor at 7:15. Evening services
Memorial Baptist church. Services at
10:30 and $. Sunday school at noon. Younz
People'a union at 7.
West Side Christian church. Sunday
school at 10. services at 11 and 8. Prayer
meeting at the church Morday evening.
Epworth Methodist church, Rev. A. V.
Babb, pastor. Sui.day school at 9. Preach
ing at 11 and 8. Epworth league at 6:30.
Bethany Presbyterian church. Rev. John
Kroonmeyer, pastor. Strvlces at 10 and X.
Sunday achool at 11:45. Christian Endeavor
aoclety at 7.
Seventh Day Adventlst church, W. A.
McKebben, elder. Sabbath school at 10.
Saturday service at 11.
Latter Day Saints' church. Preaching at
10:46 and 8. Sunday schcol nt 9:30.
Woodbury avenue chapel Sunday school
at S p. m.
Free Methodist church. Sunday school
at 10 a. m., followed by preaching. Preach
ing at $ p. m.
Fifth Avenue Methodist church. Rev. S
Grant Lewis, pastor. Preaching at 10:30
and S. Sunday school at noon. Epworth
league at 7; Melvln Urovier, leader.
Children's Misses' and Little Ladles'
shoes In high tops for school wear,
l'atents, gun metals and vlcl leathers,
prices, 91.50 to $2.50, according to size.
DUNCAN SHOE CO., 23 Main St.
SEW CLOTIII'(l STORE OPENS
Mayer Clothlna; Co. is Nott Ready
Theodore Mayer has started a clothing
business at 109 North Sixteenth street
under the name of the Mayer Clothing
company. He will handle a full line of
men's clothing, furnishings, hats and caps.
Mr. Mayer la well known In Omaha and
the state of Nebraska. He came to this
state In 1879, settling In Fremont. From
there ho came to Omaha nine years ago.
For the last twelve years he has traveled
the states of Nebraska, Iowa, and North
and South Dakota In the clothing line.
The store is stocked with a well selected
assortment and , tastily and attractively
Entile Form Marching Clnfe.
Membefs of the local aerie of Eagles have
formed a marching club with the Intention
of making a showing at the meeting of
the Grand aerie In St. Louis next year. The
organization Is to be known as the St.
Louis Marching club and the following of
ficers have been elected: President, James
Casey; vice president, C. Konlgmacher;
treasurer. F. E. Deuel.
Dances and various entertainments will
be given by the club this winter as a means
of raising funds to defray the cost of uni
forms and the expense of going to St.
The following committees to take charge
of the affairs of the organization have
been appointed; Auditing, George Green,
Jerry Walters, W. D. Hanson; constitution
and by-laws, Harry Smith, Frank Capell,
H&rvey Ouren; entertainment, Wallace
Benjamin, George Green, Frank Silvers, C.
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The Council Bluffs Of floe of the
Omaha Bsa la at IS Soott Street.
Botn 'phonss 43.
Diamond playing the best vaudeville.
CORRIOANS, undertakers. 'Phone 148.
Majestic ranges. P. C. De Vol Hdw. Co.
Woodring Undertaking company. Tel. 33J.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone 37.
FAUST BEER AT ROGERS' BUFFET.
For rent, modern house, 726 6th avenue.
When you want reliable want ad adver
tising, use The Bee.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Butcher, 119
East Pierce street, a daughter.
Famous Steel King farm wagons, Sper
ling & Trlplett, 327 Broadway.
Balrd & Boland, undertakers. "Phone 121
WANTED Competent sewing women for
alteration dept. The John Beno Co.
Expert piano tuning. Hospe, Phone 544
(for aO days), 29 Pearl St., 28 S. Main.
Up-to-date Art Department and Picture
Framing. Borwick, 211 South Main street.
For good painting see Walter Nlcholaisen
& Co., 14 South Main street. 'Phone Inde
pendent 416 lied.
FOR RENT TWO ROOMS, SAPP
BLOCK. INQUIRE E. A. WICKHAM, 1st
SCOTT STREET. PHONES, 4b3.
Fcr the best results In picture framing
go where It Is made a specialty, which Is
Alexander's Art Store. 333 B'way.
A marriage license was Issued yesterday
to Roy Leslie and Nellie M. Foster, both
aged 19 and both of Council Bluffs.
Mrs. W. H. Copson was called to Den
ver, Colo., Friday evening by the serious
illness of Miss Ella Qulnn, foster-daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Copson.
The regular monthly meeting of the As
sociated Charities will be held Monday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. P. Gun
nouda, 734 Willow avenue.
The Oakland avenue chapter of the Wom
an's guild of St. Paul's Episcopal church
will meet Monday afternoon with Mrs.
Burten, 1-12 West Washington avenue.
Mornlngside chapter of the Woman's
guild of St. Paul s Episcopal church will
meet Tuesdny afternoon at "Grandvlew,"
the suburban home of Mrs. J. 8. Gretaer.
Why buy a new suit when you can have
your old one made to look like new at the
Uluff City Laundry Dry Cleaning Dye
Works., phones 314. 22-24-26 North Main
In a basket ball game yesterday morn
ing between the Young Men's Chrlstlnn
Association Hustlers and the Washington
Avonue team, the luiter met defeat by
the closo score of 13 to 12.
The dedication of the new Holy Family
church at Twenty-third street and Avenue
B hns been set for next Sunday. The dedi
catory services will be In charge of the
Rev. Father Nugent of Des Moines.
County Auditor Innes yesterday Issued
fifty-five hunter's licenses, making a total
of M5 to date since the new game laws
went Into effect. Mr. Innes feels satisfied
that Pottawattamie county holds the rec
ord for these licenses.
The West Council Bluffs Improvement
club has awarded the contract for Install
ing a heating plant In Its club house on
West Broadway to the Council Bluffs Sheet
Metal company. The cost of the plant will
be defrayed out of the receipts of the recent
fair and carnival held by the club.
Mrs. Sue Harper Minis of Atlanta. Or.
who will lecture on Christian Science this
afternooiW at the Star theater, arrived In
the city yesterday afternoon and Is stop
ping at the Grand hotel. The lecture,
which Is under the auspices of thn First
Church of Christ, Scientist, of this city,
will be free.
James Lacella, an Italian railroad sec
tion hand, was arrested yesterday morn
ing, charged with attempted assault on
Dorothy lilckard, a 17-year-old girl, living
at 1019 Avenue .1, who Is said to have been
keeping company with the defendant. La
cella gave bond for his appearance in
police court Monday morning.
Otto Herring, whose marital troubles
have been kept In the limelight for several
months, has disposed of his Interest In the
Goodrich hotel, which he purchased Inst
June from W. S. Goodrich, to K. C. Scott
and J. It. Durrle of Omaha. Herring came
to Council Bluffs from Columbus,
near where he Is suld to own a
Oliver Blythe, who claims to hall
North Carolinn, has been lodged In
county Jail to await the action of tin
Irlct court grand Jury. He Ik charged.
the theft of a watch and other ar"
from a furmer near Trcynor, la., for v
he was working. His preliminary he
was held before Justice O. O. Hue
tj'l 1 nomas, arrested several days
while attempting to cash a check tu v
he Is alleged to have forged the nan
Otto Saar, a wealthy farmer of Tre
Ja., waived a preliminary hearing ye
day and was bound- over to the dli
court grand Jury. In default of b.
placed at $500, he was committed to
The strnnger giving his name as J.
phy, arrested Friday on the chare;
stealing from a Rock Island train a ,
case belonging to Mrs. C. W, DeniVt
Grlswold. la., was bound over yestil
morning by Judge Snyder to await th
tlon of the district court grand . jury 4
bond was placed at $50 and he was . l
mitted to the county Jail. . .. . 1
TlmoMiy Klnnev, aped S3 years, fll I
a late hour Friday night at Ills nnmi)
Eighteenth avenue. Deceased, who
native of Ireland, came to the T i
States over fifty years ago. He Is 1
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vivru uy inn njir mill unt- unuKiiin i
funeral will be held Mondny morn '
9 o'clock from Ft. Francis Xavler's ci
and burial will be In St. Joseph ceim
George Blanck. the 12-year-old sr
John Blanck. proprietor of a ssloi
1021 West Broadway, was yesterday
mitted to the State Industrial schn.
IMiirA am tncnrrtirlhln after A henrl.u
fore Judge Knvdcr In the superior cj
The father testified that the boy hntim.
away from home sevr ral times and ak
davs ago was overhauled rorth of t
The funersl of the late Mi-". Cat
Sprlnk of WO Park avenue, held vi
day morning from St. Peter's Cn
church, was largely attended. The -V
lee was conducted by the Rev. Father 5
man. Burial was in St. Joseph cemc
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Children's Misses' and Little Ladles'
shoes In high tops for school wear.
Patents, gun metals and vlcl leathers,
prices, $1.50 to $2.50, according to size.
DUNCAN SHOE CO., 23 Main St.
A most complete line of little folks' shoes
for dress or school wear. Every pair of
these shoes are warranted to lve autlsfac-
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WE CAN CURE YOU
AVERAGE TIME TO CURE
Rupture One Visit
Htdrim-xi.c One Vlalt
Varicocele One Visit
Cataracts .10 Hays
Cancer -. .-30 Day
Catarrh 30 nj
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WHY DON'T YOU WEAR A
TAILOR MADE SUIT?
Figure a little and see If a tailor made
suit Is not three times as cheap In the
long run. I am always In the advance
when It comes to making clothes. Tney
are distinctive In style, perfect In model
and faultless In fit. I never Iron out de
tects, atartia Fsterson, 41S Broadway,
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Leffert Reliable Jewelry Stock
Closes Nlet Saturday,
It will pay you to attend these last sessions of the greatest auction sale of fine
jewelry, cut glass, sterling silver, etc., ever conducted in Council Bluffs.
Christmas is rapidly approaching and there are thousands of articles suitable for
Christmas gifts which will be sold during the week.
Hours of sale three afternoons and eight nights. Select any article from the stock
and it will be put up and sold for what it will bring.
COME! COME! COME!
klerfs, Reliable Jewelers
409 BROADWAY, COUNCIL BLUFFS.
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