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THE BEE: OMAILV. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 13. 1911.
AFFAIRS ATJODTH OMAHA
Three Hundred Men Kuih Pipe Liie
for Stock Yards.
BUCKCTOH' M LIKES OUTLOOK
ntrl.ru far First lima There la
Water for Mario City-
As fjit m SoO men can labor, the work
of building the pipe line tor the new
stock yards water worka is being pushed
to completion. Already the pipe have
been laid from Twelfth and Missouri ave
nue across Twenty-fourth street. It Is
expected that the work on the pipe line
will be completed within three weeks,
after which the machinery of the plant
will be Installed.
E. Buckingham, general manner of the
fctock Yards company, said yesterday that
lie expected tho whole plant to be In
running order within six months.
"It will be the blssest Improvement
that has been made In the yards for a
long time," said he, "and we are accord
ingly delighted that the real.satlan of
such a long felt want Is so near at band.
For years wo havo been short of Water
over hero. The Installation of our own
water supply will bo of benefit to tho
jnrds, the commission men, shippers,
farmers and stockmen generally through
out the state of Nebraska."
In the packing houses participation In
tho benefits of the new plant Is not an
"Of course," laid one of the packing
bouse. officials yesterday, "the water
plant la for the stock yards first. It la
built for their benefit. If they .can sup
ply themselves and the packing houses
we will benefit greatly. But we are not
certain that the plant will more than
suffice for the needs of the yards."
Generally the officials and employes of
the yards and packing houses, Including
the commission and stockmen, are de
lighted that they are so soon to realise
the dreams of many years In an adequate
water supply. Stockmen In discussing the
Improvement recall times when a short
water supply meant a loss of many dol
lars In the sale of cattle.
Rtocknea to Make Trip.
Secretary A. F. Btryker of the Uve
Stock exchange yesterday announced
the program for the visit of the stock
men to the state farm, where they art
to be entertained by the bureau of ani
Nearly 200 stockmen will accept the
Invitation and Join the band that will
leave fiouth Omaha over tho Burlington
road for Lincoln on November 33. The
ttpeclal train leaves at 9 a. ni. and will
arrive In Lincoln early In the forenoon.
Cpon tho arrival of the visitors they
will be token at once to see the state
farm, 'and particularly tho animal Indus,
try department.' Later they will be the
luncheon guests of the department of
household economics at the university.
The visitors will bo taken to the cam
pus, where the great game between
Michigan and Nebraska university will
Dr. Cnrtl to Speak.
Dr. Henry S. Curtis of "vVarcester,
Mass., has accepted the invitation of Su
perintendent N. M. Graham to address
the school teachors and publlo generally
at the high school auditorium on Tues
day, evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Dr. Curtis will speak on "The Bchool
Playground and the Curriculum of Play
as Seen In Germany, England and
"Dr. Curtis is a most accomplished
speaker," said Mr. Graham last evening
"and I am anxious to have as many as
w. . . M . 1 V. A hi. Itt.tt,.. Whlh Will
The admission will be free to members
of the school board, teachers, parents
Mayor Tralaor III.
Due to overwork and exposure during
the late campaign. Mayor P. J. Tralnor Is
ill at his home, J64 South Thirtieth
The mayor was taken 111 Friday night
At first It was thought that he was suf
fering from a slight cold. Dr. A. H.
Koentg. bis physician, was called and
announced that the patient was threat
ened w1tl"i pneumonia.
Yesterday his honor was much Im-
. 1 J . .A w -i4
jtruvru Him 1 1 1 (7 uuvivi is.
off the serious lung Inflammation that
Women Want Suffrage.
The women of South Omaha, some of
them at leact, want auffrage.
The first gun will be fired Monday
veiling when the Douglas County
Woman's Franchise club will be organ
Used at 2418 N street.
Wise ones among the annexationists
ray that the new organization will be an
adjunct to their camp, but there are
those who say that tho women voters-to-bo
will remember the words of Attor
ney II. C Murphy, who ' In a recent
speech indicated his willingness to give
a ballot to the women. If the same lay
la his power to give.
Many small Fires.
Teeterday's cold snap caused the hur
ried operation of long unusued chimneys
and a4 'f- result there wero numerous
email blazes throughout the city during
Two brought out the fire department.
William Golsh?)', at 2403 R street,
can a!rayi be count-d upon at the
busy housewife's ready belp in cases
of emergency. Here is a suggestion
tor a dainty dessert.
K be Km SprUor GtUur... t WW Bilk,
cup and wiet . , j cu augur.
Iccg.. i CUE pemnad eaoaisOM.
! a UKJjvoanful tall I Uaapumtul vanilla.
Soak tl.ttn. tm c.'d v-atcr iv minutrt. K.h.
CUM-f.l A oK. . .... B.ilk. aug. M . A-i-1
M4HH lu hoa cutuiA. et im coal pUrt. A. It
iUM.Lcu a-lii u.taa r,iir o4 ..a.- Di.i-arootu
lil... terr.a ua ropr-t M lit Mltir kbalia aa4
g.i&.kJi wtui tmd tally utl Uuuugki . neat.
Cautiea S aur. to ttic KNOX Cutis.,
a we.aar sIMiM will sot give Um hum tcwJu.
fi. fmpit It iiamp mmd frm"! .MM,
CHARLES 8. KNOX CO.
400 Kmi Af.. MMlnn, N. T.
or Jelly. L.j" y jiy Buns.
I in I ii ' rn ii i 1 i
started a fire In his furnace, with the
result that his whole house was threat
ened for a time. The Are department
extinguished the blase.
At S. last night another defective
chimney caused a blase at MS North
Twenty-eighth street. The damage was
Great preparations are being made ty
the women of the ITnlted Presbyterian
church for the chrysanthemum festival
to be held Thursday and Friday even
ings at the chur'h building. Twenty
third and L streets.
The affair has been In charge of Men
dames Bruce MoCulloch, Fred Towl and
Terry Wheeler, who have -arranged an
elaborate muelcal and literary program
for the occasion. Some of the numbers
Piano solo Miss Abbott
Msrs. T. J. 1'mereon. C. L. Owen WU
llam Kesclike and Karl Abbott.
Vlolli solo Mies Ita Hunter
Baritone solo William Iteeclike
Itess solo Karl Abbott
Piano nolo Ilaael True
Chryganthemum drill bv Jlttio girls..
FRIDAY S PROGRAM.
rlano solo Beulah Davis
ocsl solo Ruth Jnnson
Mand'ng: Lola Byrd
Mlrsea Phinlca Conaway, Oeordina Davis,
Anen Mtsgerald and Angela Rreen.
Violin solo Beanie Rolf
RttHS solo Murray French
Piano solo... Myrtle Ry
(ilesnooil Ilea ttwnth Omaha.
A tie, B to 6, was th score of the Olen-wood-South
Omaha foot ball game playod
yesterday afternoon at the Country club
grounds. The weather Interfered with
the game and neither school seemed at
Ita best. Both scores were made in the
second half. The gams was not well at
tended. Mrs. O'Donohne Dead.
Mrs. Margaret O'Donohue, aged 77 years,
died yesterday afternoon at her residence,
Twenty-third and Q streets.
The funeral will be held from the resi
dence Monday at S a. m. to St. Agnes''
church. Interment will be made In St.
Mr. O'Donohue Is survived by her two
sons, Michael and Patrick O'Donohue,
and one daughter. Sister Mary Camlllus.
HI a; Iay for Hibernians.
The Ancient Order of Illuernlans, In
cluding a big contingent from Omahit,
will Initiate & cls of l'JO members to
day at the Workman temple, Twenty
fifth and M streets.
Tho initiation ceremonies will begin
with mass at St. Agnes' church, after
which the members will be entertained
at dinner at the Greor hotel. The degree
work begins at 3 o'clock and will continue
A smoker will be given In the evening.
.Magic City tioaalp.
Take dinner at the Atlas cafe today.
A. H. Murdock went to Payetto, Idaho,
on a business trip Saturday.
Special prices on burnt wood for Xmas
presents. Tel. South 30SO.
A committee of nine met at the home
of Mrs. R. M. Laverty, 8619 C street. Fri
day afternoon to arrange for a program
to be given about December 1 by the
ladles' auxiliary of the Toung Men's
D. E. Robb was called to Corydon, la.,
by the serious Illness of his mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Orton were the
over-Sunday guests of Miss Fanny Sage.
'Phone South S5 tor window plaea. Pav
Hck Paint and Paper Co. We deliver.'
Deputy State Fire Warden John Trou
tnn Is back In town after a long trip
through the state. Ho will remain a day
'Phone Fell South 86S Independent F-l
i"r n caae or jeiter uoia ioi. frompt ao
livery to any part of city. William Jeiter.
Tho Woman's Christian Temperance
union win meet with Mrs. Rouk, 621
North Twenty-first street, Wednesday
For Rent Six-room house, modern ex
cept heat; also large barn. Location, 2318
O St Rent, tau. Will sell cheap. Phone
Mrs. Isaao Noyes and Mrs. Stewart
Early, guests of Judge and Mrs. A. L.
Sutton, have returned to their home at
Take dinner at the Atlas cafe today.
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Porter have re
turned to their home at Torrlngton. Wyo.,
after a pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Red Men tribe No. 89 of South Omaha
ha leased the Labor Temple for two
years. The first meeting will be held
there on Monday night.
Buy your coal or Gunderson Bros.
Cherokee nut, $4.00 per ton. Bell phone
South 108; Independent F-1844.
John Mendek was arrested Saturday
morning at 1:30 by Officers Watson and
Zaloudek, who- accuse him of pilfering
lumber from the stock yards.
The King's Daughters of the First
Presbyterian church will serve a noon
day dinner at the church next Wednes
day. All are cordially Invited.
After a pleasant visit with South
Omaha friends, Mrs. Frank N-lhus and
daughter, Frances, returned Monday to
their home In Keya Paha county.
"The Bachelor." ail N. Strictly mod
ern. Ready for bnalness. J. L. Bovlo.
proprietor. South 1372.
South Omaha camp No. 211, Woodmen
of the World, will Introduce a class ot
Woodmen Into perfected woodcraft on
Wednesday evening, November '1.
Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Graham had as
guests during the teachers' convention
Superintendent R. H. Graham of Wy
more and MIks Mary E. Graham of Clay
Haturday afternoon, Mrs. Lulu M.
Mathews, asslbted by Mini Jessie Stltt,
was hostexs to the P. E. O. society. Mrs.
Andrew Gault of Omaha addreseed the
CARNEY COAL is clean; no cllnltors
less than 3 per cent ash. Tel. So. 3.
After a visit with South Omaha friends.
Mrs. Samuel Christie, formerly of this
place, left tho first of the week for Des
Moinos. She will later return to her homo
at Seattle, Wash.
For Sale Klght-room modern house, hoi
waer heat, oak finish; pavc4 street,
hard sidewalk: near street car, schools
and church; It.OOM rash, balance like rent.
P. C. Caldwell. 1-J6 S. 30th, South Omaha.
Mrs. A. D. Majors, 2108 O street, has as
guests at a liou.e party this week. MUoum.
Dorabeo Jones, Kthel and B-tlre Ken J
nuiiiiQ auu r.awinr EiianKensmp,
Broken Bow, Neb., and Mrs. Nettleton
Mrs. George Parks, Twenty.flfth ond
D streets, entertained ot dinner Monday
evening, plates were laid for Mr. and
Mrs. John Uillln. Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Cameron and daughter, Margaret, of
Oman, and Mrs. Lan Camerun of
Mrs. J. W. Lowry will entertain the
toadies' auxiliary of the Ancient Order of
Hibernians at her borne in Fort Crook
Tuesday evening All members are re
quested to meet at Twenty-fourth and
N streets in time to take the 8 o'clock
car to Fort Crook.
Mrs. Anna Sasranek. who oieu Friday
at the age of 81 years, will be burieu
Monday morning at v o'clock from hr
late ridence, 1608 N street. Funeral
services will be held In the Bohemian
Catholic church and Interment made in
St. Mary's cemetery.
Take dinner at the Atlas cafe today.
Mrs. George Parks on Friday enter
talned the New Century club at whist.
The guests of honor were Mesdames J.
M. Tanner and John Mullin. The rooms
were tastefully decorated with white
chrysanthemums and ferns, six table
were placed for tho players. Mesdames
Thomas iHjlun and Dan lianan were
Master Ottis Marling entertained Ma
friends at an OiDlieuni nartv Haiunlnv
afternoon In honor of his eleventh birth
duy. At the conclusion of the theatrical
program the irty r.-plred to the Delft
tea room In the Hrat.de s bul'dlng, where
luncheon was served. The guests were:
Misses Ruth l.verty, Millie Smith. Helen
Adklns, Frances Casteele. Dot lu McGraw,
Omaha; end Masters Albert Weppner,
Regnold Kverutt, llcnnlng Rsrlou!t,
James Bern,-, Ralph Loverty and James
Kooney of Omaha.
Mrs A. D. Major gave a Japanese
shower for Miss Ethel Kenneelv of
Frownvllle. Nelv. at her borne. C'.iN U
street. Friday afternoon The decorat ona
In the dining room wero white rhrysen-
fl emiims. while the living room
s, with pink roses. A four-course
lu..vneon wss served. Those rresent
were: Mesdames Nettleton of Peru and
VVygal and Misses lvrsbee Jones, Khmer,
Tekamnh. Neb.; Burnes, Norfolk; lest.io
hill, oienwnnti. In. ; Maude ana . sy
Roy, tnnaha: Horsham. Tekaniah; Ad-
llne and fcther Blankenship. Broken
Hnvr. NH llarllra K'.nn.ilv Veil Mid
dlesworth and Rose Tynon, l'eru.
Mrs. A. L. I.ett, sr., assisted by Mrs.
A. A. Jaemer, entertained the l.adlos
Afternoon club, at whist, at the home oi
Mrs. ltt. ?rH Poppletnn avenue. Six
tables were arranged for the players.
'1 hose present were: Mesdames CUKhry,
D. I Holmes, Sloan, Dr. Kelley, C. A.
.Melchcr, Fred Towl, J. O. Martin, R.
Gilchrist. Bruco McCulloch. W. B.
Cheek, I M. Lord. J. M. Tanner, John
(.riiji.ie, O. J. Ames, B. Elliott. A. A.
Jasmer, Strang, K. L. Stephens, A. P.
Dm He. W. R. Suns, R. Carley. IV. 13.
."ihindel, A. A. McOraw, lyamberet. A.
Crandal. L. C. Gibson, A. L. Lott, Jr.,
ttii-A. I., Lott. Sr.
One of tho pretty social affairs of the
week was the celebration of the tenth
wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrst
Walter Madden at their home, 707 North
Twentieth street. Mr. and Mrs. Madden
were the recipients of many useful gifts,
amone which was n. set of aluminum
ware. The house decorations consisted
of red roses and ferns. After greetings
and felicitations had been exchanged be
tween the guests and happy couple, the
rest of the evening wss devoted to a
fame of high five, in which Mrs. James
tail and Mr, C. J. Francisco wero the
prize winners. Among thoso present were:
Messrs. and Mnsda;nes '. J. Francisco,
C. O. Nownos, Walter Berry, !,u Pars
ley, Claud Clifton. James Hall, Will
Green, Cumnilngs, C. Iloje.
With the Bowlers
Played. Won. Lost.
Storn Bottlers 11 18 6
Derby Woolens ?1 13
Rnmohr's Spons ;rl r H
Ileselln's .Mixers VI 14 7
Maney's Kunklet 21 11 3d
Drummers 21 lit 11
German Homo IS 8 1
Chris Lycks IS 7 11
Specials 15 U
W. O. W IS v IS
172 ltrtl i
171 A. tliill.r
do orirmii ,
I). S h.tt.r.
i", H. llnMer
m IT. Lauderk.mp
rlu u ..
11 J. Laudarkamp .
Hrdlo Jill J.ruihld
Plerin.a Ill Corby
lllgnln. 1(1 pailrmkr IU
l.mou M Pe.nenn 127
Dnl.n HI Rrfreisler !M
Nlpp.ll lt Ea(leinn 107
Magic tlty l.eaxme.
Martin's Tigers 17 7
Jetter's Gold Tops 15
Culkln's Cubs 1!
Boyce Cracker Jacks 13 1
Potorsen'a Candy Kids.... 12
Garlow's Colts G
South Omaha Ice and Coul 4
hi v.wii i6i
Koch ...174 l l.yborn lit
rrltwh.r 174 KtUr 1S4
F.s.nbcrc 175 M.nn Kl
ii.ini.Mn 174 u.k.r Its
ritisemlil 17.1 Kru.e 1M
K.nnnty 17J M.rl.tt 1st
Brlcs 170 H. Winters Ifto
Ohu.iOt 174 I'MtTtfn IM)
Hall 144 lirnni ISO
Cooley 17 Martin 140
Ch.rM 1 Ilr. Cos 14
Dr. Hunt 14 Pex-tick 141
Lepln.kl IM WlnMr 141
Hutu 146 Rhrwood 141
vo'ort ;r, wiir. Ht
Thomn. 144 t)rmr 144
Gu.t.von 14 Mullra 140
lUinmond Tawl , 119
Nol.n ItH llnwe IM
ll.m 142 t'ondon 1J4
V.ltd m finrt j:;4
C'l.rk Ill X.llNm :.. Hi
Culkln IM Uribblo Ul
Monday. November 13
1-3 Jotter's Gold Tops vs. Culkln's Cubs.
JM Boyce Crocker Jacks vs. Stclllngs.
Thursday, November 16
1-2 Garlow's Colts vs. Petersen's Candy
8-4 Martin's Tigers vs. South Omaha
Ice and Coal conuany.
Monday, November 20
1-2 Stelilng vs. Petorsen's Candv Kids.
3-4 South Omaha Ice and Coal company
vs. Garlow's OolU.
Thursday, Novemher 23
1-2 Jetter's Gold Tops vs. Boyce
Cracker Jack a
8-4 ,'ulkln's Cubs vs. Martin's Tigers.
Mete Bros 14 4
O'Briens 11 7
Advos II )
Hergs 0 H
Cross 6 ID
Hospes 6 13
N.roe.. Av. N.m...
Il.rtl.y 0 Huntlustan .......
i..onra iv? KMd
IM Kr.url.co .
1SS Bl.keney ..
19u Heynnld. ..
14 BeMlIn ....
Jnhnxin 1K5 Wek.
Mi-M.rtln 184 Toman
IU W. .Ittmann
1&2 . Zltimann
I'layeil. Won, Lost.
. Ul I'.rk.r ...
. 17a Moil
. : Kohanckr
. 171 tlicr.ooil
. 171 M.Hter ...
. HU Mill..- ...
. Ul Ilvyar. ...
. 10". llettntr .
. W Knight
. IKS Hiulth
. IU Carlaon
. 1H Hrlc
. 163 Bwlft
i otal pins
On.mia, -,nv, Swift
Armour, lf.SCG: Ctidahv, 17,ltW.
Swift, high single, VI.
Omaha, high three names, 2,500.
Hammond, high single. 24''
Koch, high three games, fi'l.
Team averages: Omnha. 7."ti; Sulft
Armour, ,'io; iwUMuny,
Won. Lost. pet. Pins
Kl Paxn.i H S . I 14 ;
Columbia l-'lre 17 l' .00 j,lu
Outlaws Iti 11 .;..
A. O. L W. No. 17.. 14 1.1 .,I8 13,1;
A. I. Root Printing. 14 1:1 .!( n,.
t'orey McKenzie.. II l.i .44-1 l:t.4iT
S'jHUldlngs 10 17 .K7i 2 4.3
Midland illass 6 II .TM 1J.0W
K.mrt. Av. Naraea. at.
Larr.b 147 J :. tiOK-kwrll lo
O K. Juhuo-4 17-4 Slmpaos 169
Bland 17J Srhh.ler
bower. llij Kolaintilrk IM
Haintll 14'J (1. A. Joho.tiu H7
I. Smith 1 11. Smith
K. Sto. kw.il law It. ., hni.mer,.
HcnsHtun I! fhrittenaen
Krand. Ii lluffner
Jaron 1.4 H. Xe-hlnlat.r. .
V.laon 13 Mnkry
Canxut.r 1S Grlltlo
Muihii .-. 1.1 I'uUer
Won. Lost, Pet.
London Tallin tfi
Ouarctntt-e CI. .thing. 1"i
Huffner T;illors Ii
Krandes' High lialis 13
Klutz 2d. ill 14
Omaha l.edding 11
J-'arrnll a Syrups 0
V l Matthaa ,.
IU Malum ...
lai Husall ...
1M Arnateln ..
IV) burka ...
1't bau.tfl. ..
WAGE WAR0N CIGARETTES
School Authorities Want None Sold
or Given Minon,
PROSECUTORS GETTING BUSY
Kvideace Treernteil ta Them Will
lie Vsvd -4 tsar Mrs nisrnss
Itemoval of Slot Machlaes
from si tores.
Sale of tobacco In any of Its forms to
boys under 18 years of age Is very likely
to be prohibited in Council Hluffs, and
it may be that the aid of the grand Jury
will be summoned to enforce the order.
It Is eald that never In the history of
the town have there been as many Im
mature boys sddtcted to tho tobacco
habit as at the present time, and that
nearly &0 per cent of the boys attending
the public school, with the greatest aver
age among the High school youth, are
hubitual users of the weed. The state's
antt-clgaretta law is to be rigidly en
forced, Inquiry yesterday among locul cigar
dealers disclosed tho fact that there Is
only a pretense toward observing the let
ter of tho anti-cigarette law and none
whatever about the other provisions that
prohibit any person either to sell, give
or in any manner convey to the posses
sion of children under lit years of age
tobacco in any form. It Is not an un
common thing to see boys S years old
puffing away at cigars, cigarette or
pipes, and they appear to have no dif
ficulty In securing an abundant supply
of any kind ot tobacco tbey destre and
he. a the money to pay for.
Fight In Schools.
The fight made by Superintendent Rev
erldge and Ills corps of teachers to ban
ish tobacco from the publlo schools lias
boon a losing one, with an Increase
rather than a diminishing ot the habit.
Complaints of teachers to parents, par
ents to teachers and both city and
county officials has led County Attorney
Capell seriously to think ot taking action.
In addition to being heartily In sympathy
with preventing the use of the weed by
tender children, he has no option In the
matter of vigorously enforcing tho law
whenever evidence of Its violation Is
brought to his attention. There la an
abundance of evidence, nnd It Is esslly
obtained. This, backed with en Increas
Inir demand, makes It qulto probable that
prosecution will follow Illegal sales.
, Cigar Man Talks.
"It looks as If thero was an attempt to
be mado to outlaw the cigar stores In
the samo way that the attempt Is being
made to outlaw tho saloons," sold a
dealer last night. "The soda fountains
and tee cream parlors may come next.
followed by tho millinery stores, if this
wave keeps on. There Is not, however,
a dealer In town who would not like to
see it made Impossible for a kid to get
tobacco, but there ,1s scarcely a store
where they cannot get It. It Is not sold
to them direct.' It Is sold to men and
older boys. 'Say? mister, buy me some
makln's' Is a familiar phrase around the
doors of every cigar store. It Is not the
dealer, but the 'friend' that Is the dis
penser to the urchins, and If the law will
light on him good and hard It will not
displease the dealer. ISut don't make the
dealer the victim coming and going."
Dealers yesterday were more willing
to admit the loss of trado by the exclu
sion ot the slot machines Several of
them said there Jiad been a loss of 25
per cent of trade. The inquiries devel
oped a peculiar phase ot human charac
ter. Some of the most Industrloui
patrons of the card wheels and slot ma
chines do not use tobacco at all. Three
men were, pointed out who have been
known to i.iend as high as $3 In slot ma
chines In'a single evening and distribute
the cigars to whoever hoppened to be
present. They played the devices purely
for amusement ond to "try their luck."
ORVIS LOSES CHANCE
TO REDEEM HIS STOCK
C. H. Orvis, whose grocery and meat
market at 687 Broadway was closed by
creditors two weeks ago, lost all ohancs
of redemption of lilts stock yesterdsy
by the foreclosure of a chattel mort
gage and tho sale of the property under
Its provlHlona. It wits stated yesterday
that Mr. Orvts had outstanding obliga
tions approximating between $4,000 and
$5,000. but all of tho property that repre
sented security for theso debts, with
the exception of tho building Itself, wuj
taken pohschuIoii of under a sacond chat
tel mortgago and was bid In by the
mortgagee for $l.0. The sale wan made
by Constable Ouker and tho successful
bidder was John Tlnley, representing tho
Cllobo Mortgago company. His mortgage
was for les-j than $200, but tho bid had
to protect a first chuttel mortgage of
about tl-oO ..eld by A. A. Clark. It Is
sutd there are numerous other chattel
mortgages that are cut out by the sale.
There t also $67 of unpaid clerk hire
and $70 for rent. It U also said that
one local bank holds Or via' puper to the
amount ot about $2,100. The sale yes
terday covers all of the stock, a cash
register and a horso and wagon used for
delivery purposes. Tho building In
which the grocery wus located stands
on leased ground and Is owned by Mr.
Orvls. Tho lease expires next spring
and must ha renewed, which is declared
to be impossible, or the building moved.
This represonts tho only pecurlty for the
other many creditors. Mr. Orvls has
been In business here for many years.
Ho wns a careful business man, but it is
known that he lias beeq laboring under
an Increasing load of debt for a number
REPORT UPON CONDITION
OF THE CITY WATER
The average condition of the Council
Bluffs city water yesterday, according
to the dally analysis at the $3,000 "bug
house" at tho Broadway pumping station
arid the average amount of water con
sumed per capita, with the total amount
pumped, are shown in the following state
ment. Presumptive Test
Pac.terla for Coll.
Source. per CO. Neg. l'ut
I rtaieu water it s
Settled water l.tmO
Haw river water. ..I2.l) j
Uacterial efficiency of treatment.
Turb'dity tap water. 02 parts per l.K).(M.
Turbidity river water, 1.250 parts per
Total pumpage, 20,L:l.iiJ gallons.
Per capita consumption, W gallons.
of deadly inlcrobea occurs when throat
and lung diseases are treated with Dr.
King's Ni-w Life Llscovery. 6'.c and $1 un.
For sale by Beaton Drug Co.
Tlis Council Bluffs Office of
Tfce Omaha Bee Is at IB Boot!
treat. Flume 43.
Ifftit s. opticians.
H. Porwlck for wall paper.
Corrlgans, undertakers. Thonsi 143.
Genuine Vlctrola. $15. A. llospe Co.
For authority on wstches see Ieffsrt.
FAUST BKKR AT rtOOKKS' BUFFET
Woodrtng Undertaking Co. Tel. 34.
Lewis Cutler, funeial director. I'hone ;.
WANTED Girls st Wodward's candy
livery Victor record in tock. A.
Xmas cards and novelties at Tbo Fauble
Art Shop. MS ll'wav.
Time now to nidcr your new books for
the now year. Morehouse . Co.
You can net anything In the line of
silverware fur tho Thanksgiving tablo at
Lefferts, W:l Brosdwuy.
The Mornlngsldo chnnter of St. Tsui's
guild will meet Tuesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. lloiu-y Sperling on Me.
The Council ltluffs Mutual Iiulidlug &
Iaoan association has cash on bund to
make loans promptly. Yon tuny pay off
the loan In eay payments.
If you want WINDOW ttLASS call Pel)
phone !. iiluff L'itv OIhss ami Mirror
Works, ltilt West ltroadwsy. We make
a specialty of GLAZING at low prices.
SAM 8N YDK.lt LOANS MONKY on
household goods, horses, cattle and all
chattel securities at a big discount of the
usual rate. Office over W West Itroad
wuy. Arthur Grady, a negro, Is belnheld bv
the police under $100 upon complaint of
his wife, who ssvs he struck her and
tried to crsck her skull with a bnttio. In
default of the bond he went to 1all.
Have your pictures framed before the
Xmas rush commences. We will luy them
asldo for you. If you have them franti'il
now, they will cost you less und you
will get better work. C. Jensen, Mnsonlo
EYES TKHTED and glasses fitted. Let
forts, registered opticians, 7x1,1 tlrondwav.
KXCLCSIVH AOK.NfY 1-Mlt COLK'S
HOT BLAST HKATKHS, the stoves that
warm tho floors. IIU up. I'. C. DeV'ol
Hdw. Co.. 5(14 Broadway.
Miss Anna, Sperling of 211 Fletcher
avenue, and Miss II, trice Ludwlg of
Kloux City left yesterday afternoon for
California, where they will remain during
the winter. They will stop at Oakland
ond San lYanclsco and then go to Los
Align I cs. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. McDonald, who
have been visiting ut the home of Mr
McDonald's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W.
mrwmk are 'used for beer in rv4 ' '
ymOl Germany and England, m
I ii ,i i : I : flfi , 1
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If1 ' P 1 J1
We have adopted every idea, every invention that could aid to
attain and preserve purity.
If you knew what we know about beer, you would say, "Schlitz
Schlitz in Brown Dottles.1'
JT 4LW afF C IlM
That Made liiiwaiikesraii
SCHLITZ BEER DELIUERED 111 PLAIN UAGOIJS DY
MILLER LIQUOR CO., 1309 Farnam St. f2,
i e wmm i
L,......,.-.. ....... mill Mil i. "...' i ..im I
Melonnld, fAl South Seventh street, left
yesterday for their home In Slmix Falls,
.-. P., where Mr. McDonnld Is engaged m
the Implement business. Their visit of
wo wtrkv time wns nMide tiniisuslly
pleasant by tho presence of Charles W.
.McDonald, third, ii lusty Infant properly
dollm-d by bis FTamlpnreuts.
Miss Viola AIIIm, datiKhter tif Mr. ami
Mis. William AUIs, 41.1 Slstli avenue,
rrlchrntrd her nlntli birthday anniversary
Krldiiy afternoon hv entertnlnlug a num
ber of her little friends. It vs one of
the brightest children's turtles dnrliw
tho week. Anient the Riie.ls were Msrv
nd Murttaret Tlnley, Kllr.abeth and Wll
son DoiikIiis. Will Copplok, Msrlo AUIs,
KIlKtibetli HruliiKton, Msiy Mel-s, Msrle
Kendall. Will Itithank, Helen, Mels.
Helen (Sonhl, Hetona Mitchell and John
Chief of lNilice Froom has notlfl-f Dr.
Secord of Sumner, Net)., that a $l5i fur
rout that was stolen from the physician
while ho was vlslt'ng South Omahn bus
been recovered. Tho valuable garment
was stolen from Dr. Norord on October
l. and the police of tho three cities wero
notlfloil. No trace of It t'oiild be found
until the thief slipped over to Council
1 Huffs and pawned it at a local pawn
shop for $..'. The coat wss taken sfter
It had been fully Identified and will be
held awaiting Dr. Sword's orders.
Mrs. Nlcoll, wife of Desk Sergeant
James Nlcoll of the police department, Is
confined to her home, .'CSI Franklin ave
nue, by a painful liiiurv. While walking
In the garret of her home on Monday
afternoon she stepped on the lid of si
peach box from which a nail was pro
truding. The sharp point penetrated the
thin sole of her house slipper nnd entered
the ball of Iter fint. The ordinary pre
cautionary methods were resorted to ut
once, but the wound two or three tlavs
Inter became very much more painful end
threatening. Sho Is now under the cars
of u physician.
Largely from the effects of the shock
caused by a fall about three weeks ago
Which broke her leir. Mrs. Marv Pardo.
a-iV77 years. lled lust nlht nt the home
of InY won, K. S. Pnrdo. 1S" Four'-' '.
"p. Mrs. Put-do's borne wns at Wyan
dotte, Mich., and she bad been visit ug
her son hero for the laft six months.
Besides her eon residing here she Is sur
vived bv another sou and a daughter,
Harry J'aiilo of Detroit and Mis. James
White of Omaha. The ficmlly has many
Hc,iialntinci'S and friends In I minim.
Mrs, Paulo was a meniher of the Metho
dist Chui-eli at Wynndotle. Short services
will bn held this afternoon at 4 o'clock
Germany and England.
The chemists of this
country as well have re
peatedly warned against
the possible dangers to
purity following the use
of light glass bottles.
Light starts decay even in
pure beer. Dark glass gives pro
tection against light.
st the residence of her son, conducted bv
Itev. Kdgnr lYice of the First Christian
church, nfter which the bodv will be
tnken to Detroit over the Illinois Central
John lrson, with a face that bore no
stomp of the criminal, was sent to the
comity Jail yesterday for thirty days
upon his confession of having stolen an
overcoat from the residence of F.dward
C. Sweet man. lie was practically caught
In the act and the confession was not
required to establish his guilt, but It
helped to establish the fact thnt the man
whs not Inherently a thief. His under
wear was t ti In. his clothes were thread
bare and he was cold, chilled by the first
hlnsis of real winter. The coat looked
temptingly comfortable and he put It on
and wore It away.
Much Interest Is felt, not only by the
members and frlenda of the Woman's)
Itellef corps, but by tho music !ovln
public. In tho nppearance here on Novem
ber l." and lit of Sophia Stephen, the noted
intecr ami music delineator, who has won
tho unstinted praise of critics and com
posers In both Htirope and America. She
Is ehsrnctcrtJted as a truly great musician,
who Has poured out her heart In aoner
before princes and princesses. Her mlsalotv
Is to carry the blessings of music nearer
to the people and create' and cultivate,
this greatest of human oualltles In the
hearts and hooves of the lowly as well
as the rich and powerful. She will give,
a series of three concert lectures at the,
Second Preshytejrlan church. The women
of the corps hove felt It to be an altrulstlo
duty to sell the tickets and to arouse a
public sentiment that will crowd the
church to Its capacity.
The basement of the new church build
ing that will house the congregation of
the People's Congregational church at
Thlrty.seennd street and Avenue O ha
been completed with water, gas and elec
tric connections. The church will b
4ftx70 feet, and will be first class In every
reepect. Ail of the material that formed
the First Congregational church bulldlng
Is being used In the construction 'of tho
new church. The hlstorle bell, that fop
two generations or more rang out the,
all to worship at the First church, goon
with the old building and wlH soon rintu
again In Its new location. When the now
edifice Is completed the name that wan
given the organisation by Hev. C. S. Han- 1
ley and bis little handful .of energetic
workers who have accomplished such
wonders, will be dropped and It will bn
"otvn hereafter as tho Dodge Memorial
both In honor of Nathan 1.
See that crown or cork
is branded "Schlitz:
Phones 1 Dout in97
' ,IW,,C3 Independent A tl I
Schlitz Bottled Beer Depot
723 S. 9th St., Omaha, Nebr.
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