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    THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JANUARY 21. 1912.
Council Bluffs
Council Bluffs
I son and Pore Ptnnow. both of Council R. Chamber of Magnolia officiating, i .a t reconatrurt.! ami new ami i.iiir
Bluffa, They gave their ases aa 23 I Burial wtll be at the Crescent cemetcr . j jik set. This l very greatly m the
ana 3t respectively. Mlse Louise Bate. 11 Fifth avenue. vfrne. out Manager l-.nKil.n -.w-l
John B. Preston died at St. Bernard's I waa painfully Injured lat evening when
SOCIAUSTS GET IN POLITICS
Said that Party Will Cat Figure in
Council Bluffs Campaign.
i
GATHES III DA5ISH CITIZENS :
Xat
Heawrt Atraaa thai Mrs
Meaabere at Party Are Cea
trikatiac raaapaica
Kaada.
The socialist party of Council Bluffs
promises to cut a figure iu the aprlnf
municipal campaign. The prediction was
made yesterday by a number of the lead
ers that they would elect members of
t he council from the Fourth and Fifth
wards and would no 'I a vote throughout
the city that would make the party com
pare favorably with the old organlatlona.
They base this estimate upon the declare
tlon that they have prepared for tha
absorption of a largo part of the Danish
vote of the city and will carry pretty
nearly the full strength of the adherents
to the cause of union labor.
Some color Is given to the claim that
many of the Danish citisens have allied
themselves with the new party by the
number of the Panes who have filed their
Petitions for the various offices. They
now rcpreaent nearly one-half of the
total number of candidates. Another. J.
P. Christiansen. 124 East Washington
avenue, filed yesterday for alderman
from tha First ward, and Slack Peterson,
for many years track foreman for the
Milwaukee railroad and always hereto
fore a republican, will file today tor
alderman from tha Fifth. Two other
Lanes have filed as candidates on the
socialist ticket for both tha Fourth and
Fifth wards. This is said to bo for the
purpose of giving the Danish voter, who
are very strong In both wards, the chance
of choosing between two candidates to
allay any personal feelings, with th
understanding that whichever get th
nomination will receive the full socialist
vote. i ,
Faaae far ("aaaaalga.
It waa stated by Secretary Steppuhn
yesterday that twenty-five men. who are
not members of tha party, have signed
tbligatlons to, pay tS a month from
February 1 to November 1 to aid In pro
viding funds for th city and state cam
paigns. It Is said that tha socialists will
place a full county ticket in th field for
the June primaries. , A number of th
randldatea have already been selected,
but their names have been withheld.
Old party leaden who have been watch
ing th situation said yesterday that th
soelailsta would poll sot less than N and
possibly mora than twice that number of
rotes In the city campaign, showing a
party strength thai may give there the
balance of sower. Th party has bees la
process af reorganisation for several
months and all ef tha "direct action"
advocates have Wen, expelled. Thirteen
wr expelled In th course of ball a
dosen meetings during December.
. On additional republican filed yester
day. He Is YYA. Hlghstntth. MS Bouth
Twenty-first street, and fa Will ask for
tha nomination rot alderman - from the
firth ward. Mr. Hlghsmlth Is one of the
Oldest employes la point of service among
tha memters of th fnlon Pacific force at
. tha transfer yards.
' With th last available moment only
five days distant no rtpublli an candidate
for mayor has filed. Since littles encour
a reman has been given the movement to
form a nonpartisan ticket. It begins to
look aa If Mayor Moloney Is likely to gel
uls. third term by default.
Minor Mention
The Council Bluffs Office of
The Omaha Bee is at IS
Scott Street. Telephone) 43.''
Bankers Opposed to
the Aldrich Bill
In accordance with the general plan of
the banks sll over th? country to attack
th A illicit bill th bankers of Council
Muffs held a meeting yesterday after
noon at I lie Commercial club and took
action. - This, nowcrei, was not th full
purpose of the meeting, which was to ap
point two nonpartisan business men as
members of a committee to attend th
meeting of th National Financial league,
which. is soon to meet in Chicago for
th purposs of dev ising ways and means
for securing better currency legislation..!
There were present aa representatives
of tha banks: C. K. Fries. Commercial
National: T. O. Turner. City National;
Hubert Tinier, State Savings, and Joha
ft Spindler. First National. The re
quest for the meeting and the designa
tion of delegates specifically stated that
business men. rather than bankers, be
selected, snd William Cronewrg. head of
the wr-ole: grocery firm of Groneweg
at Bchormgen, and F. If. Keys of the
Keys Bra- Carriage factory were
chosen. It was also Insisted that on of
th delegates bs a republican and toe
other f. democrat, which was fully ob
served in the appointments. The tenor
of th dUcuasions Indicated that ail of
the bankers present opposed the Aldrich
bill. It was raid that th financial league
a as not called for the purpose of oppos
ing the Aldrich bill or any other finan
cial measure, but to suggest better cur
rency laws-
Real Estate Traeefere.
The following transfers were reported
to The Be January IX MIS. by tha Pot
tawattamie County Abstract company of
council Bluffs:
Thomas II. Matters and wife to
Mat tie J. Voorhee. pert ntH '
. sad part nw arts. !-!-. w. d..tJS.en
Cora Sherman and husband to
Thomas 11. Matters, part ne swU
and part n' !-;-. w. ... !,(
James A. Williams snd wife to Asa
U Brock le, lot a. block . Myn
. ster a add. to Council Bluffs, w. d.
August Oiderog and sift ta Fred
Melerott. lot a. block I, Oiderog s
add. to Treynor, w. d
J. W. Squire and wife to George W.
itewitt. part tot a aioca zs. t.ver
ett's add. to Council Bluffs, a. w. a. M
Fiv transfers, total H,t
ITS
lieaee War at Ckarlee Cttr.
CHARLES CITT. la-. Jan. 3. -(Special
Telegram. -U W. Elliott; detect!.
employed by th state antl-aalooa
league, furnished evidence which con
victed a number of parties her today of
selling Intoxicating liquors and keeatng
a pubuc nuisance. Afterwards Informa
tion was filed against the detective of
liarina givea Intoxicating liquor to a 13.
year-eld boy. Elliott was bound over to
the grand Jury and put up a CM bond.
Davis, drugs.
lfferfs. opticians.
H. Borwlek for wall paper.
Corrlgans. undertakers. Phones MS.
The big I per rent discount &ale now
going on at the.Kaoble Art Shop.
FAUST BEER AT ROGERS' BCFFET.
Wood ring Undertaking Co. Tel. WS.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. Phone 31.
We giv premium coupons at The Puff.
M Broadway. Cigars and tobacco.
PER CENT DISCOUNT OS ALL
WALL PAPER AXD ItlXlM MOULD
iritiS. H. Borwick. ;il So. Main St.
All votaries and officers of Shuakium
temple No. M are requested to meet at
Knights of Pythias ha.1 oa Sunday after
noon at 3 o'clock.
8AM SNYDER LOANS MONEY on
household goods, horses, cattle and all
chattel securities at a big discount of the
usual rates, office over Mu West Broad
way. The First rongregallonal church choir
will meet this evening fr practice. The
work of putting the church in order for
the services tomorrow was about com
pleted yesterday.
Judge Thornell ha auoointed R. 8.
Johnaon administrator of the ealate of
Frank P. Wilson, who died January 4.
The estate is estimated to be not worth
more than 1500.
A divorce was yesterday granted to
Mrs. Maude Harding from her husband,
Homer Oliver Harding. They were mar
ried on January . 19a. Cruelty was the
basis of the charge.
One marriage license was iasued yes
terday. The receptents were Harry Han-
hospital yesterday of arterlc sclerosis.
; alter an Illness of five months. He
7 years old. The body waa removed to
Cutlers to be prepared for transporting
; to pnngneld. Neb., for burial.
i The Council Bluffs High school basket
hall team waa defeated by the lied Oak
High school quintet at lied Oak. la., last
, night by the dose score of 25 to . This
was Council Bluffs High school's first
came of the season and the quintet
. played a strong team in Red Oak High.
Deourr United Slates Marshal Qrone-
wea will ta to Chtraao Monday to attend
the convention of the Modern Woodmen
of America. He is a delegate to the con
vention which is called for the purpose of
considering the plan of Increasing tn
rates for insurance protection. The meet
ing is one of great importance to tne
order, which will be fully represented
from til parts of the country.
Mayor Mainney left last evening for
New York and other eastern cities, tie
wilt be atsent a week or more looking
after matters connected with his duties
as national treasurer of the Ancient
Order of Hibernians. He is on the
program for a rood healthy Irish talk
at the Chestnut Street theater in Phila
delphia Tuesday night where the Hiber
nians ure tu have some big doings.
John A. Norton, a Council Bluffs street
csr conductor, has applied to the bank
ruptcy court tor relief rrom hla debts In
a petition filed In the federal court yes
terday. He schedules debts of II. 29. and
asaeta nothing but what la claimed as
exempt. These include 1120 worth of
personal property, IS) due In wages and
a life insurance policy for fj.eoa. The
creditors are shown to be almost ex
clusively wholesale firms and banks with
no large amounts due any of them.
Mrs. Christina Rasmussen. aged 42
years, wife of Peter Kasmuasen. died yes.
i terday morning at the Omaha Oeneral
I hospital, after an operation for cancer.
Mrs. Rasmussen was at the hospltsl
four days. She is survived by her hus
band and three daughters. Mrs. Clarence
Hendertcks of McClelland. Mrs. Henry
Peterson and Miss Myrtle Rasmussen,
both of Missouri Valley. The body was
removed t Woodrlng's undertsklng
rooms and will be held there until 8un
Oay. The funeral will be held at 1
o'clock Sunday afternoon at the I .alter
Day Saint's church at Crescent, Elder D.
she slipped on the Icy pavement at the
juncture or reari street ana nroadwaj
and fell with great violence on one of the
car tracks. She was runn.ng to ca'.ch a
Fifth avenue car when the accident hap
pened. Miss Bates was picked up wholly
unconscious and carried Into the Central
cigar store, where a physician was called
to attend her. While atill in an uncon
scious condition she waa placed in C. M.
Atherton's automobile and tHken to her
home, where medical attention was con
tinued to be given her. She was still
buffering severely from the thock lant
era to do whatever was uece.i-virv tr
neet every wlh of the cilv council in
connection mtth the new service. The
council has not yet elven orders for th
lddltional lights that have been deciilej
jpon in the vicinity of the Auditorium.
,ut will do i probably at the ei mcet-ng-
The next move is to secnr the
.laming arcs on ltroalwa all the wv
to the river, one at isch street cr,ss'nie
on aerial wires. Those thus Installed now.
n contrast with those on the ieric?tais
n the undenmmiid disirit t. show tlmt
the aerial construction nivcs about 50 ier
cent greater cniciency than is realised ly
fte otner sv stem, xnns one at each inter-
GOV. ALDRICH KEPT BUSY AirftJ
FILLING SPEAKING DATES! 6$ UUFCQ
veDlnr but the fear that thrr tni&ht J tuon wouid m&k, th. WPMrii ran t
hare boen erious Iniury to the nuin
was dlapellrd.
Th beat known weapon to heat don n
hlfch prices la to quit utinK an artick.
We have plenty of country luttr on
hand today at 35c a pound, oleomarga
rine at 3bc. horn made aonrhum at 40c
a aallon. Sua Beam ayrup at rullon,
auer kraut. lc quart; celery. lc, let
tuoe. $c; cabbage. 10 and 20o; macaroni,
all ktnda at !c a package. have
nevor chanced the quality or price on
New York roaated coffee. 2Sc a pound;
Ben Davis applea at 2&c a peck, lirtinea
Golden apples. V peck. If you want an
extra Rood flour try the Boh Whlt.
Il.fiv: Golden Rule, 1140. Hartel Miller.
mono 3se.
Tha funertl of Mrs. Sarah YVareham
widow of PhiSflp Wareham. will be hetd
this afternoon at tJd o'clock from the
home of her niece, Mrs. Lonar! Leut
slnaer. I saw too terrace. For the pur
Iowa Nrm Tkaif".
MARSHAM-TOWN in hi lies received
last June, when Lyman l- Hntchklr of
this city fell from a cherry tree whll
pit-kin cherries, today caused the aKcd
man a death.
RROOK LYN John R. Hatcher, preai
dent of the Poweshiek founty Savin
bank and one of the oldest ami Ivi
known bankers In central Iowa, tiled at
hi home here Friday morning.
IDA GROVK The Arthur Satnici U-nk
at Arthur, in thi count , at its annual
meet in f decided to erect a modem two.
story' brick hullilmii-. The hank declared
an i per cent dividend and a J) per cnt
stock dividend.
MARSHAI,l,TOW.- Watli stepied In
this firenoon to tip a div.rc cane thst
wan set for trial next week, tn which
Mtn. Kdith l. Ikdle soukM to he lee all v
poaa of keepinf a promisa made to her ' aeparatM from Herman " Itolie. The
husband that he ahould- fa burled tn Wat- i hitter died at tattj inter vf typhoid
Broadway a welt lirhtnl thi.rouphfarc.
nut Hill cemetery and that w hen th tint
cama ahe ahould rest by hts aide and that
ootn anouia oa Dunea in accordance ith
the ritual of soma nroteatant chunh
the services will be conducted by Hrv
?eer.
IDA OKOVK The count v attorney ha.i
been intitructed by the Board of Shiper
visors tn collect Inherit amv lax on the
tM.flnu rMutc left by the late Anna K.
i'rom a Staff orrepondent.f
I.INCtUeN. Jan. n.-SiccUI ) (Joremor
Aldrich has a tons; list of pekinc; dates,
running up to August, and applications
are still cosntiiK In. whK h a'.th his canv
paignina; will Keep him roar'nah!y busy.
l-'ullowttu: is the list:
January 3-Oraaha Young Men's Chris
tian association.
Januarj" Plymouth Congregational
churh.
January 2i County Treasurers aseocfa
tion. im.iha.
January 3--Kvanvllle. Ind.
Januarv 3 Iayton. O.
February 1 -HcsiMMia, Mich.
February S Peru.
February -4"ountry I ifc convention.
Norfolk, evening.
Frbrtiarv 12 Crete.
February IS-Nebraska retail hardware
men. Uneoln.
February 14 Vo.ing Mi-ni 1 If publican
cluh. Lincoln
February 24 Wahoo. Luther coilefc.
May - Shuliert comnHncemeni.
August a Nebraska City Chautauqua.
at Home
Qtilck Relief Trial Package Mailed
Free o All In riatn Wrapper.
Rdgar Price, pastor of the First t'hrtstlan Cole. The estste goes to heirs in Km an. I
church. The grave will bs made by the ! and under a treaty with Kite-land a 31
Mi of Iter husband tn one of the most 1 1"1, lHei collateral liiherttsnc. tax was tn
beautiful spots tn the cemeterv. . isvert in the county In which the eMato
. , "... ! was located. It Is understood attorneys
. i?Jf, -l k5 .T..''" ,,!',mln' have hern employed to resist the collec
arc lights ordered by the city council was .1... , .k iiiherttaiite tax
awung Into place yesterday at the corner 1 " """"""' 'x'
of Hroadway and Denton atreet. Illiimi- i
natlng the coraer where the car line ; Klght la KaHlaail .teptwd.
turna Into Benton street. For each of ' iaiMkiN, Jan. 2i.ln a ten-miind fight
the last half dosen lights Installed sieclal ; here tonight between the Kngllslt ex
IndivMual trsnaforniers were renulred, 1 rhaniplnn puglllut, Arthur Warner, and
each costing about Ho. To Install the 1 an American. Ktchard fooper. tne referee
lamp on Benton street and for those on stopped the bout In the fourth round, as
North Main street Ihe old feed lines had I cooper manifestly wss unable to continue
ATHENIAN DEBATERS UNABLE ,
TO DECIDE MOOTED QUESTION;
!
The AilienKn lehatlng society of the !
Onwha High tchool held a heated argu
ment lart evening at the Toung Men's
Christian sssorlatlon on th quentlon rf
abolishing the annual camp of the school
cadet regiment and finally closed their
dlnurslon by oKrerlng that each calct
was entlthtl to lila own opinions on the i
subject sml should not be Influenced by j
his fellow soidtcr. .
joseidi tHrrnson uphelil the affltmatlve
SMe ami I nnrlcs miook ineo to snow up
the merits of his negative view on tlie
ituestlon.
In addition to the debate th following
program was given: Plan solo, Glenn
Mu-gr.ive: jokes. Maurice ("lark; recita
tion. "Zero," Karl Starboard.
The VrhaasM Bstlls.
Many rases ef Piles have been rurev
by a trial package of Pyramid Pile Itemed)-
without further treatment. Wben it
proves Its value to you, get more from
your druggist, at 0 cents a box. ar.d le
sure you get the kind you ask for. Him -ply
clip out free coupon below ami mail
today, together with your name and ad
dress on a slip of paper, to the Pyraml.l
Drug fo, ;v Pyramid Hldg.. Marchstl.
Mich., and a sample will be sent you
FUKli Save yourself from the sur
geon's knife and lta torture, the doctor
and his bills
1 ! IT. 021. 2m -3-1
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Dearer mm taaaghfer CeeeletedU
ROCKWELL. Ia-. Jan. . -Joseph
iMWey anal Fred Slaughter were today
foand guilty ef caawplracT to commit
felony by a Jury la the district eoort. 1
probably will be proooenced tomorrow.
Tke men were alleged to hare kidnaped :
lMwey-a children from tbetr motber.
whom Dewey bad asset led tereral Daoaxba
jmvious. - -
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