Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, April 10, 1912, Page 5, Image 5
5 J Council Bluffs it i !L J MAYOR NAMESHIS HELPERS Ho Xaterial Change Made in List of City Employes. ELGAff UPON POUCE SOAKS iifl M W cirsTzL ..v".f- ZZ-J?ZZ?ZZZZr : --"Vlr-.Tir.Sl. .-cn.Ti-.ita.xswxwi'ri.'iit.x!' atrrst: sasrtw txust.r.t-.as raws AnTtm 1 Massed te aeeeesl B. M. Saret, tiraatniinnt' atTWWrxaxxTwnee SATxswsrtevriw'-aeTsBW! -,'' ""TT r l II'--Va THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 10. 1912. W swsraatiJe'ua,waj Tens ' Has Expired., genera far W est Ead Matter at Dteeewelea. Mayor Maloney'a prediction that there would be a very few changes la the per LJeliir"" i. in j i 1 --.J.ir OMEN who are housewives, and especially those who have families know the countless instances where the quick use of a good stimulant is valuable. Pure Malt Whiskey . is the best stimulant for household use. You know its value and reputation. Hare you a bottle in the botjte dow ? At dtifffists, froctn antl irar dealers, f rdirref. $1.00 larr. battle. TU Dsffr Mak Wsirlr, Ce. Rtcktttcr, H. T. Council Bluffs Council Bluffs . . AnAiirnnn ! are now showing . normal crop of fruit TALKS TO FRUIT GROWERS'--. !. . "" j better, than last season. This it par- . Ilrul.rly ito In th Keellne orchard, Prof. Gieene OutHntl Flam fOT I w here exact scientific method were scrupulously followed by Prof. 8. K. Increasing1 Apple Crop. PUSHES WORK STARTED IN 1911 Indications Are tieod for a Bis Apple Crop Thla Year If Orch- , arda Are, Given Proper , . ' Care. Prof. Laurens Greene of th horticul ture department of th. Mate agricultural college a( Ame., waa the curat of the Heal Eetate esch.nge at th. noon luncn eon yesterday. He waa Invited to be present an! outline soms njana thai have beeniln eontempletlan lor advancjna-tiu Ifutt grewlhf Interest et this sertlenr- t Th state has tw Vxport'insi stations located near Council? BluOa, both tnder tke management. at Prof. Greeno an J oih.r 'member, of th. faculty of the collate. On. la of a general agricultural character, operated In connection with tho county farm at McClelland, and th other la Confined exclusively to fruit de velopment and la located on the Royer farm, eaat of the city. Including the or chard, where experiment, are being car ried out. Thla part of the work la el moat exchialvely under the care of Prof. Greene, assisted by Profs. Beach, Blue and others. Thi location of thee, two station make. Council Bluffs a central point for a large territory In which are many -people Intereeted In tie work carried on. '.It I. for the purpose of disseminating the 'information acquired that plana under consideration have been formed. ' One of the scheme, talked of yesterday waa s horticultural Institute tor the spe cial benefit of fruit grower. In Potta wattamie and Mills counties, that will be held for several days, and at which prac tical demonstrations can be given alone various lines. Prof. Greene announced that Dr. A. B. Cooper, the Hood River apple packing ex pert. ' bad expreeeed bis willingness to come here again thla fan and conduct an other school of Instruction similar to that of Met year. Apple growers who took advantage of the complete course of instruction In sorting, grading and packing apples found It wax ths most profitable Information they had ever ob tained and waa worth many times Its ,st m application Ins, year. Every orchard lst who pdeked hia apples In the manner taught him. disposed of his crop. early In December at better prices than have sl.icc been paid. Such a school this year would be attended by a much larger number 4han took advantage of tho opportunity last year. . " Prof. Greene stated yesterday that :he White, who came here from the Ames college to take charge of the oro.iard. Congregationalists Meet in Convention The fifty-eighth annual spring meeting of the Council Bluff. Association of Con gregational Churches and Ministers will be held at Tabor, beginning next Tuesday and concluding Wednesday evening. The aasoctatlon reprcsenta the churchea In Council bluff... Harlan. Anita, Farragut. Atlantic, Tabor, Dunlep, Avoos, Creeton, dhebandoah, Orlewold, Fontanfllel Crom well. Corning. Exjrs. Ijewls, Oakland, Ned Oak, Gleawood. Gomer sad Orient Each church la entitled to three delegate, and this will make the gathering of a considerable Importance In point of else. A large delegation I. expected to go from Council Bluffs. Including also a number of clergymen from Omaha. The convention la for the purpose of considering matters of general Interest to the church. A feature of the gathering will be the presence -of Rev. Mr. Rice of Council Bluffs, the oldest Congregational minister In the state, who founded th. first Congregational church In Council Bluffs nearly seventy years ago. Fol lowing la the program. Tuesday Afterneea. Organisation and business. "The Church. Its Work and Organisa tion," J. M. Cumminxs, Farragut. The Church. It. Ministry In the Train ing of Youth." C. F. Fisher, Tabor. "The Church. Its Ministry of Human Sympathy," W. J. Turner. Bhenandoah. (Twenty minutes to be allowed for each paper and ten for discussion-) Munday school hour by Dr. Luella Reed and M. C. Gaston. Sunday school super intendents, Shenandoah and Tabor. Events. Service of song by choir of the Tabor church. Association sermon, G. E. Wood. Red Oak. bWmon to be followed by the com munion service and offering for minis terial relief. Sacrament administered by F. W. Long. Tabor, and J. H. Mlntier. Extra. Htlirsiir Morales;. Business. Devotional hour. Rev. George O. Rica, Council Bluffa. Subject. "Hevlvala and Declensions in the Church During Uia Last CenturyA Warning and Guide for the Present." Written reports from the churches. , Afteraeea Business. ' Benevolence, and association expenses,, J. T. Walker. Creeton. Woman', missionary hour, Mrs. R. J. Savery. Atlantic, president. Reception by the faculty of the college. Kveataa-. ' Bong service by the Tsbor choir. "Chrlstlsn Endeavor and the Church,'' M. O. aoelman. Atlantic. A. Jen Kins, pastor a jk .... t I .prospect, for a big apple crop .In ::!sjgt My, Avenue church. Omaha. victnuy mis yer was cuieiiy cor.nne'j to those orchards where modem methods of 'culture and protection against insect life were followed last year.- Several of the orchards near by which bore big crops sst year and were properiy cultivated eVKr.i if- h wi A Pleasant gsrprla follows the first dose of Dr. king's New Ufa Pills, the painless regulators that strengthen you. Guaranteed, Sc. For sals by Beaton Drug Ce. Whole Rife Food VOU know how wholesome good German rye bread is. The) sturdiest, healthiest peoplw i the world eat it. Bra is tb complete) food the. kind that will do yoa tte most eood and leave ins taste in year mouth. Coo tains tea vital .Inn sets tea Cream of Rye h soft t EAT IT. FOP HEALTH tender flakes ssede frees the vM rr br wfta. al tSe hwt left is. A feed te bs ceases, therefore, free frees tee ieetaadgra wMcb erieaee ihjaiinrss la ready pre- nekes, etc. Net only poerwunc sat mssnes uainio Erarrbosy tikes n. Get It tress rear i Fret S rsrrbaay hkes it. Oet U Inm yoor srcr. esSsaaalirbjafst'irfar. ft?! MaiefKja. ThM hiwa Unas ainH ttxtf et toe rssssessln. secaasa. riiSis.il lkstWaatf li i n i. f M ta -k iv a sonnel of his official appointees wss mors thsa made good. There were no changes whatever In the heads of dopertmei.ii The only material change was In ths makeup of the Board of Fire and Police Commissioners by the appointment rf Frank Elgan to take the place of B. M. Sargent, whose term haa expired. There was greater Interest evinced In the appolntmenta than any other part nf the council's business Isst night, and the greater part of the large number of people who filled the room left Immedi ately after the mayor read the names. They were: Dr. R. B. Tubbs, city plwkt clan; . J. McKlnley, city electrician; C. M. Crlppen, street commissioner; Wil liam lllgeson, superintendent of market.; C. P. F. Froom, chief of police and city marshal; Peter Smith, police, health and market inspector; Warren Hough, poll tax collector; Andrew Hansen, custodian, of tho city building: Charles Davis, poundmsster; !oule Zurmuehlen, member of the Board of Fire end Police Conimts- I slon for the short term, and Frank Elgan for the full term of aix years. ever Makes laaalry. Alderman Boyer came very near at.v.t Ing aoraethlng when lie Innocently asked If It wss necessary for the council at or.es to confirm the appointments, atayor Ma loney ..Id It was not necessary for the council to confirm the appointments at all. although It had been done, as the new law of ISO held the mayor personslly li able for th. conduct of the appointees and gave him absolute power In selecting them. Alderman Boyer explained that he had no objection to any of the ap pointees, although aome of them were en tire strangers to him. but he only wanted the appointment, held up In accordance with the excellent suggestion contained In ths mayors messsge that all matters should be talked over In private, and he thought these appointment, were proper subjects for consideration at a session of the mayor's cabinet. Alderman Evans, who made the motion to approve the ap polntmenta, offered to withdraw hla mo tion If the approval was not necessary, and It looked a. If there might be a chance for some argument, but when the law waa read by the mayor and his position declared to be cor rect by former City Solicitor Kimball and City Solicitor Stuart, the motion waa reneaed and the motion carried unani mously aa an effort to show that no dis respect was Intended to be shown the mayor. Basrlaeer'a Faroe. City Engineer E. F. Stlmson alio an nounced hi. appointment, for the next two years, as follows: Ernest E. Cook, aa.l.tant engineer, salary SIS per month; C. A. Walters, Instrument man. t: W. Lee Hough, rod man. Va, and Mdhlon B. Brown, paving Inspector, ttu. The tabulation of the bids for the con struction of ths North Msln street end Mynstsr street bridges showed that S3. A. W irk bam was low bidder and he waa awarded the contract. His bid of WTV for ths entire work. Including the double retaining walla, was mors than U.OOs lass than the next lowest bidder. In aome of the bids ths estimate, for material ex ceeded th. total amount of the Wlckham bid. The contract call, for the work to be done by April I. I'll The question of constructing storm sewers on cross streets from Msln aa far down aa Sixteenth avenue before the new paving la laid waa brought up by City Engineer Stlmeon, who estimated that the work would cost about tl.tno. It waa referred to the committee on police, health and sewers, with Instruc tions to report at the next meeting owing to the necessity of Immediate action In relation to Willow avenue, which la to be repaved at once. Sevsere Are Dlaewaeed. The question of th. aewer on Fifth ave nue waa railed and Its discussion led to a general talk on the necessity of pro viding sewerage for the whole weat end of town. Dr. Tubbs spoke In favor of such action, and told the council that It waa a bigger problem than the water worka and one that demanded the moat Intelligent consideration. Ha said It would be only a question of time when a serious epidemic would result from ths present conditions. The Fifth avenue aewer waa referred to the committee of the whole, which will meet on Thursday afternoon. In this connection Msyor Maloney submitted a lot of things be wanted considered st this committee meeting, among them dumping refuse Into the streets and Into Indian creek, throw ing bottles and glass on the pavements and wests paper. In the alleys. The com mittee will endeavor to devise some new punishment end find some means of en forcing H. Controversy between tsxpsyers end the Council Bluffs Concrete company over alleged poor work done in sidewalk coa st ruction waa partially settled when the certificates were ordered Issued to the contract ore for all work except where protasis had been filed. It waa asserted that Urge section, of the newly laid ce ment waa permitted to freeae last falL Nelson Glbbs. E. D. Thompson, R. S. Whits. C. E. Tsylor. U E. Bridensteln. C. B. Aroockle, lohn Walsh. I. H. Schlcketana, H. 8. Alexander and Robert Deramtng asked appointment aa paving. aldewaJk and sewer Inspectors, and all applications were referred to the city engineer. WELL KNOWN TRAPPER FOUND DEAD AT HOME Ike Canary, one of the best-known huntera. risbermen and trappers, 11 vine In the vicinity of Honey Creek lake, waa found dead In Ma little aback last even ing. Death la bet lev ad to have been due to natural causes, but Coroner Cutler ordered the body to be taken hi charts by local officers antll an Inquiry could be made today. T'nde Ike" eras very eM. but hsd not been knows to have been III for the butt twenty years. He had lived slone In a little house for many years, and waa very popular among hunters and ftaher mea wfae made regular visits to the lake. Hs Is not knows to have any rehulvae. Fancy northern seed eats, alfalfa, clever, timothy, lawn grass sod onion rets. Tounkerman Seed Co. Stimulate your b'jelnee by advertising In The bee-the newspaper that reaches U of the buyers. "I am going to drive my old Chalmers another year. "I have watched a number of my frioiuls trade their ears in each sjiring for a new make at an average difference of a thousand dollars or more, while I continued to use my original Clialmers car. "The other day I purchased a house and lot with the money I have saved in this way and tho rental I will receive this year will more than keep up the property besides paying all my yearly motoring bills. "I recently had my car thoroughly overttiiasied at a total expense of HlllO, and will give you my word that it runs as good today as when 1 bought it two and a half years ago. . . "I have found the one place where n man enn save money in buying motor cars. You know, most men suffer a greater loss from depreciation than from all of the other motoring expenses combined. 1 find that this loss can be reduced tremendously by purchasing a good car and then keeping it. "Just remember, that an automobile dealer can do much more for you than cut his price. He can sell you a long lived car. In fact the dealer who has the best car is the least inclined to vary his selling prices. "I will continue to drive this car, a duplicate of which can now be bought for $1,500 for at least two more years and let the other fellow keep on buying a new machine each year at a loss of a thousand dollars. "When I finally sell my car I shall buy a Clialmers 'Thirty-Six which, you understand, has some nice im provements over an early Chalmers model like mine." This is the gist of an actual conversation which occurred in Omaha the other day between an .attorney and his friend. It does not illustrate an unusual case it simply clearly points to you tho average satisfaction afforded Chalmers owners. They actually do keep their Chalmers cars year after year at a great saving of money. They positively are pleased with and proud of their Clialmers cars and find more satisfaction than they would enjoy 'from the use of a new automobile, in proving to their friends that their judgment is good. t- ' No,: these men do not want to trade for a new automobile. They are motor-satisfied; and at tho sriinf time they enjoy U substantial Baving." ' , , , , . Better look this car over early as there is apt to bo another Chalmers shortage this spring. . ' II. E FREDRICsaSOl. AUTOMOBILE COMY 2044-46-48 FARNAM STREET CHALMZRS "THIETY-SIX." CHALMERS "3a" Top, Windshield, Dependable Air Pressure Motor Top; Windshield, Magneto Presto Lamps, Tools, Starter. Etc. $1,950 F. 0. B., Omaha. $1,550 T. 0. B., Omaha, ALSO AGENTS FOR PIZBCE-AE&OW, ETC. , Council Bluffs Minor Mention The Council Blaffg Offers of Toe Omaha Hea la at IS Scott Street. Telephoas 4 a. Davis. ' Vletrela. 111. a. Hoape Ca. H. Berwick for wsi. paper. Weodrtng Uadertaklng Co. Tel tax Ce trig ana. undertakers, r hones ua. NEW YORK Plumbing Oo. 'Phone act. FAUST BEER AT ROGERS" BllFFET. . Lewis Cutler.- funeral director. 'Pheae sr. afagaalaea bound. Morehouse Co. Dlckeraon for fine work on R. R. watches, a Peart fit. Bluff City Laundry, Dry Cleaning and Dye worka. New 'phone Ne. 21U. TO SAVE OR BORROW. STK C. B. Mutual Bids. Loan Ass's.. 12t Peart. Free Trial A Victor or Vict role. Tele phone or write A. Hospe Co.. lt West Broenway. Bt'DWEISER on draught The Omnd. Anheuser on draught a. Adraln. Bud weleer la bottles at all flrst-ciaaa bare. WANTED Oood general servant; email family and good waaea. Mrs. J. N. K. Mscallster, (U Clark Ave, CouneU Bluffs. U. Incubators, st-err cstaeny. I7JS: 12- egg capacity for IU.M1 W. sell the Des Moines Incubator una. r. L. le vol Hdw. Co, hM Be way. SAM SNYDER LOANS MONET on household geede, bereee, cattle and all chattel securities at a btc discount of the usual ratea. umce ova us w. B away. Orlainal notice In a suit for divorce waa yeeterday filed rn the district court hr Josephine Anoersna against her hua- ban.l, C. 8. Anderson. 8 he charges crueltv. snd will ask for the custody of ther t-yesr-old sue, together wtta alimony. At tre close of the Easter arvlce. when the Itivrtattoa waa extended to any present deeirtne; to unite with the church, fitv-two men snd women responded at the First PsMbvtertsn church. They In cluded s number of business and profes sional men of the ity. At the elose of the communion service s reception was held for the new membera. Dan Asher, who waa driving with his wife when both were Injured In a run away on North Eighth street a year ago ha. filed a suit for tcrno damages against the street rail ay company. t aiming that the runaway waa caused by the horse lafclna mailt at a street cur pawing over the line when it was being constructed. sirs Asher waa thrown from the vehicle ami Injured. The spring season tor wall papering la going to be abort on account of the ex tremely long winter; you should have your papering done aa early aa poaaibia. Select your paper now. When the rush commences everybody will want their work done at once, and our stock of ar tistic patterns and style, has never beeit s. complete s. It I. now. The early gird gets the pick snd the best work. Jensen Wsll Paper Co., Masonic Temple, treats everybody right. Modern Eilberto waa In police court to answer to a chtve ' ihlnr drunk. He is a Mexican, and wis on South Nine teenth street arlv Sstur.lsv night, when he accosted Mlae l'la Klepter tts she teased him on the strict not far from her horns. She anpeu.ed ss s witness in nollcs court y4J,'T1ar mornins and Identified the nun. He wis also identi fied by several -t Vrt, but was still unsble fully to :denjry himself. He was aent to the county Jail to eprad thirty day.. Tom Carter, William Ssles, U Kennedy, John Btck and Clv.le McClelland were in police court yeeterday. The first three were charged with breaking snd enter ing, and had their casea continued until April li. Rick was held to the grand Jury. L. B. Dredge, charged with re ceiving property In the form of a lot of shoes stolen from merchandise care, had his bearlrur continued until :ortay, and waa required to remain in tall or give a bond of ti n. McClelland a bond was fixed at S. Rrondway Methodist church, James M. WilHsms, minister. The Epworth league business meeting et the church Tues day evening at o'clock. Special busi ness on hand. The president urges s full attendance. All-day neetlr.K of Wheel No. t Wednesday with Mrs. F H. Orcutt, 22 Oakland avenue. Prayer meeting at t p. m. Wednesday. Kpectat theme for consideration and prayer, "The Ministry of the Church." The Bsrscss snd Philathea. will meet In monthly session with Ms he! Hart, ea South First street, on Friday evenlruc. Bethany Presbyterian church. Eight eenth avenue, I. E. Cummins, pastor. Tuesday at I p. m. weekly prayer meet ing. Wednesday at 1 p. m. th. aid so ciety meet, st the home of Mrs. U Rapp, 1717 South Ninth street. Thursday st p. m. Phllsthea entertainment. Friday at p. m. choir practice. Next Rahbeth the pastor be sins a series of sermon, on Men s Problems," and "The Church In Social Service on Sunday, April it All are Invited to hand the pastor queatloaa. Vundsy, April Ss, "The Conservation of Men." Monday, April 2s, regular broth erhood meeting. 8eeker B. M. Alden of the machinists union. Omaha. Subject, "Christ and the Worklngman." Real Eetate Trauaafeea. Real estate transfers reported to The Bee April I by ths Pottawattamie County Abstract company of Council Bluffs: -Jacob H. Coffelt to A. E. Potter, part of Lot I. Auds' aub. of sets seA4 of 1J-7H0, wd I t OS First Coiurreratlon church of Council Bluffa. la., to M. J. Kelly, lots 1 and I. and the north ITs ft. of lot I In oloclc 11 In Hyatt's rub. In Council Bluffs la, wd..... A. E. Potter and wife to Jacob Coffelt. eH of lota and f in Mock 11 In the town of Oak land. Is, wd Heirs of Thomas Winn., de- i.WM ceased, to Charles Winn, th undivided five-sevenths of lot 11 In block 1 In Williams' first add. to Council Bluffs, la, swd ' Heir, of William Koepke. de ceased, to Charles W. Norton, M of nwH of block el In Allen A Cook's add. to th town of Avoca. la, wd C. D. Dlliln to Louis Pan nam lot II In block M In Central aub. to Council Bluffa, la, wa. . S. farmley end wife, et al. It. LI I He J. Parmley. n. M ft. of lot I and nM ft. of el ft of lot In block II, Bay I tea 2d add. to Council Bluffs, la, wd Emery Winn and wife to Charles Winn. und. 1-7 of lot Ji. block It. Williams' 1st add.. Council Bluffa, la, swd City of Council Bluffs to Nellie Mahoney. iota 27, M and In block 41, Ferry add. to Council Bluffs. Ia, ocd Oeorge 8. Wright to Nellie Ma honey, same property, qcd 43.51 e. tN.es l.M l.W Ten transfera, total., ...K1.WM Persistent Advertising 1. th r.ead tw Big Returns. HowtobeCertainof CuringConstlpation Prejudice la a hard thing to overcome. but wher health is at atak and the eptnsoe. of thousands of reliable people differ, frets yours, prejudice then be comes your menace and you euarhl t lay K aside. This Is said In the Interest of people suffering from ohrenso eeaets patioa. and It la worthy of their atten tion. In the onlnlon of lesions of retlsMs Airtecteaa people the most atubbarn eea etlpetloa Imaginable caa be cured by a brief use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrap Pep sin. Too may not have heard at It be fore, but do not doubt Its merits aa that aocount. or because it haa set beea blatantly advertieed. It Is aold vary auc ressruly oa word of mouth recommend a Uoa. Parents are gtvlag It ts their chi la ran todsy who were green It by their pueata, and It haa beea truth fully said that more druggists ua It persoaally In UmIt famines than any ether laxative. Letter recently recevted tross Mr. Marry Racaenburg. Elliott. Iowa, ana Mr. K. Qodlng. DU. Neb., are but a tow of thousands ebowtng the esteem tax waica. Dr. Catdwei'a Syrup Peoeta as ML It la mud, gentle, noa-srletrat-set etoleaa Use ealta or cathartica. It cures gradu ally and pl.aasntly ss that In tnas assure again dee Its own were wnaesst eutatda aid. C.asttpated peons ewe H t theanw selves to use this graad be) spedfla. A arena wtehing te men trial f Una remedy before buying It in tk regular way of a druggist st fifty cents or n dollar a large bottle i taasT.y steal eaa have a sample bottle aent te tb heme free of charge by simply sildiseslng Dr. w. B. CaldwelL S Washlmnaa at, Mas dreUa. III. Tour nam and asrtries aa a postal card will a.