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OF INTEREST FROM IOWA.
CURRENT ! . NEWS _ _ _ _ _ _ k'l J .
Cooper , Tire Ins. , 6 Pearl , tol. 372.
P. A. Ballou of Doston Is In the city.
W A. Cadman of Lincoln Is In the city.
W. S. Cooper wont to St. Louis laat even
ing.H. . n. Richards of New York City IB a
Council DlulTfl visitor.
Lily comp , No. 1 , 'Hoyal Neighbors of
America , will Install officers this evening.
Ilov Henry DeLong elates that ho Is In
need of overcoats to supply urgent demands
made upon him by the poor.
Mrs. Charles E. AVrlght of Chicago and
( Mrs. Draco Estco of Aurora , III. , are visit
ing their brothers , frank P. and Charles H.
Wo glvo nllentlon to llttlo things In laun
dry work. Ynu get nil that Is best In fine
work acid good service at the Kngle laundry ,
Colonel Lopcr of the Iowa National Guard
Is In the clly , presumably on business con-
nccled with the coming election of the guards
In the city ,
Sirs. Hobcrt Lee Duval has returned from
Baltimore , Aid , , nnd Is the guest of Mr.
Duval's mother , Mrs. Mcrvvln Maynard , 2100
Tlio Misses Sutlon were the guests last
week of Mrs. Charles Turner of Omaha , who
gave n very elegant luncheon In their honor
William Illtshko , a herder employed at the
Easdalo < lalry , was hurt jcstcrday by his
horse falling upon him. Ono of his legs
< wns badly bruised and wrenched.
The funeral of Edward McManlglll will
bo held at 10 o'clock this morning from the
residence , corner of Tlfth avenue and Tenth
Ltrcct. Inlcrmont nt Walnut Hill.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Union Veteran
league will hold n business meeting at Mrs.
Lunkly's , Tuesday , Jnuuary 10 , at 2 o clock
p. m. All members are requested to bo
lr Cndy , sentenced by Justice Vein to
thirty d'ljs In the counly Jail for drunken
ness , had his senltcicc' suspended bj the Jus
tice jtsterday , after serving twenty Cajs of
A large delegation of the members of the
Young People's Alliance of the Evangelical
association , after the adjourning of thu state
convention jcstcrday , visited the Institute
for the Deaf.
J. It. Lucas , an Implement dealer In Creston -
ton , arrived In the illy jcstcrday on busi
ness , and will stay over to attend the con-
volition of Implement dealers to bo held
licro this week.
Miss Uroadflold and Mlsa Washburn ,
primary teachers of Schujler , Neb. , have
been sent by the school board of their city
to visit the schools of Council Bluffs today
All members of the Patriotic Order Sons
of America are requested to meet at the
hall , 103 Pearl street , this morning at 9
o'clock , to attend the funeral of Brother Ed
Harry Hclser , scnlenced on October 29 leone
ono year in the county Jail for the shooting
of James McCalmant , better known as "Cj-
clone , " received a suspension of sentence
from Governor Drake jcstcrday.
Attornej J. J. Stewart has returned from
a buelnchs trip In the western part of Ne
braska He sajs thu condition of things out
there Is Improving and Hut almost cvorj-
body Is feeding cattle Ono man , a sort of
cattle king In the vlclnltj' of Grteley Center ,
Is feeding 10,000 head.
The team nttnchel to the Ogdcn hotel
omnibus indulged in a runavvaj yesterday.
The horses became frightened at a
Rock Island passenger train -while the
driver , Herbert Koxloy , was on the depot
platform , nnd notwithstanding the fact that
they were hitched to a fortj-pound weight ,
ran aa far as the Pearl street Junction and
succeeded In smashing the omnibus , as tlio
result of a collision with a coal wagon. No
one was hurt.
C. D. Vlavl Co , female temedy ; consulta
tion frco Ofllco hours , 9 to 12 and 2 to G.
Health book furnished. 32G-327-323 Merrlani
N. Y. Plumbing comptny. Tfi ! . 250.
Discounted 5 per cent , If paid on or before
January lOlh. Office open Saturday and Mon
Hoffmnjr's fancy patent flour makes the
best nnd most bread. Ask your grocer for It.
Implement Dcnlcrx * M
Tlio annual convention of the Ion a and
Nebraska' Implement Dealers' association
"will meet In this city tomorrow , and will bo
In session for two dajs. The implement
wholesalers and other Jobbers are making
ample preparations to cam for the croud of
delegates that always attend the meetings.
The sessions will bo held at the Grand hotel.
Follow Ing Is the program that has been ar
Wednesday Morning- Appointment of com
mittees. HcportB of standing committees.
Wednesday Afternoon Presldent'8 ad
dress , Secretary's report. P.ipjra and dls-
Thursday Morning Business of special
importance to the association.
Thursday Afternoon Hcports of commlt-
Iccs Election of olliccrs. Closing exer
The association Is composed entirely of re-
tall dealers. Wednesday night the visitors
will bo the guests of the wholesalers at the
Dohany theater to witness 'IV Hey Wanted. "
Thursday night another entertainment , which
will probably consist of a banquet at the
Grand hotel , will bo nrranged for.
The district convention of the Young Pee
ple's German Evangelical alliance was closed
by tlio meeting last night. At the conclu-
Flon of the religious exercises the ofllccrs of
the association for the ensuing jcar were
elected as follows : President , L. W. IJeck cf
Council Bluffs ; vice president , H. Snssman of
Mlnden ; secretary , Shuler of Nobel ; treas
urer , Mlnnlo Goto of Council Dluffs. The
next annual meeting of the association wilt
bo hold at Nobel , la. Yebtorday afternoon
nbout fifty of the teachers visited the low a
School for the Dpaf nnd vvcro oleasantly en-
lei tallied b > Prof. Ilothect nnd the teachers.
Oti their return to the city ( hey passed a
Ecrlcs of flattering resolutions convoying to
the management of Wio Institute their thanks
for the courtesies shown them.
Dcntli of .Slu'i'tmril llninniiN.
Mlsa Elwior Montgomery received a tele
gram from Miss Honiaim of Now York JCE-
tcrdoy advising her of the death ot her
father , Sheppard Hoinans , president nnd
founder of the Provident Llfo Insurance com-
na iy Miss Homans has made several visits
to Council Bluffs , and has bcconio a great
200 tons baled hay for sale. Ono to five
tens , JD DO per ton ; five tons cr more , $000
per ton ; 20o per halo or C bale > s for $1.00.
Lougco & Lougcc.
I.niiKliiK' fur Hoodlum * ,
The police nro looking for n gang of hood-
lutna who created a disturbance on the corner
of Washington avcnuo and North Eighth
itrcet at midnight Sunday night. Charles
Swalno and othtr citizens have lodged com
plaints and the fellows will bo hunted down
ind punished ,
TrleN till * I'olNiiu Itonle ,
CEDAH HAPIDS , la , Jan. 10. ( Special
Telegram. ) Ira ( Mortoy of Ottumvva , while
visiting at Elberton , 'took poison this after
noon with suicidal Intent and will die. Ho
lias a wlfo and several children ut Ottumvva.
No cause Is known.
llellcf from Cnlnrrli ,
Hero Is one of a thousand teatlmonlrs , The
Hov. A , I ) , Buckley , of lluffulo , BUJH ; "I
wish all fo know vvhnt a blessing Dr. Ag-
novv'B Caturrhnl Powder la In a cano of
catarrh , I was troubled with thin disease
for years , but the IIrat time I used his rem
edy It KUVO most delightful relief , I now
regard inynelfentirely cured after lining It
for two months. " Cl. Kuhn & Co , 15th and
Uoujjlua ; Shurmun 4c ilcCouncU > rujf Co , , *
1U3 Dodj.- ,
HUNT DOWN SCALP HUNTERS
Men Who Engage In a ProGtablo Swindling
Business Oaught ,
MADISON AUTHORITIES AFTER THEM
li , ( Jros cnor nml .Terternoii
Held on OlinrRC nf DofnunlliiK
tlio County on
Clnlinn for llnniil ) .
On Thursday afternoon J , T. Mclntosh , a
gray-haired old man , enjoyed a spirited colloquy
quy with tlio members of the County Hoard
of Supci visors nnd County Attorney Saunders
\\lillo negotiating a sale to the board of n
batch of nlno wolf scalps. The members ot
the board Indulged In a good deal of dialling
and Intimated their belief that the old man
was engaged In the work of Importing wolf
skins from Wjomlng , Dakota and other
western slates v-hcro there Is no bounty cr
it Is very small nnd presenting the scalps to
the Iowa board omd chiming the large bounty
offered here. Events that transpired yester
day Droved that the humorous allusions to
the origin of the scalps presented by Mc
lntosh were ell true and that ho has been an
active member of the enterprising band of
Importers who have been following the busi
ness for many years. Mclntosh was ar-
resled and Is now In the custodj' of Sheriff
L. M SHIIman of Madison county , who will
take him to Wintered for trial on the chat go
of having Imported ? SO worth of scalps Into
Madison county nnd colle'ctcd the bounty.
Last fall when joung Ilaph was discovered
to bo In the business of Importing scalps the
county authorities leanncd enough to convince
them that there was an organized crowd en
gaged In the work , and there were reasons
for the belief that they were operating all
over western nnd northern Iowa. The In
formation obtained Uicn led to Inquiry being
made In numerous counties and the suspicion
beeamo a conviction that every county In the
western part of the state had been pajlng
largo sums < is bounty on wolves that weio
killed In Wjomlng. Many men were sus
pected , but none were arrested until the
Madison countj officer made the discovery
that a colony of the importers hnd invaded
that county Tor several dajs a party con
sisting of three men and ono woman had been
camping on the Coon river. They were living
In a tent , and the story they circulated that
they were engaged In making a livelihood
by following the profession of trappers was
generally a edited. Suspicion was first cast
upon them when they received n number of
consignments from various points In Wjo
mlng. About the same titno a largo number
of wolf scalps began to bo presented to the
TRACKED THEM DOWN.
A wolf wus a great rarity In the country
and the largo number of scalps excited coti-
s'ldcr.ablo discussion. In the fore part of last
week another consignment came from Wjo
mlng. It remained In ( tie express ofllco near
a Etovo for tevcral dajs and its presence be
gan to bo noticeable by a disagreeable odor.
The box wus called for bj Mclntosh and It
vvus delivered to him. He was followed to
his camp on the Coon river arU the two men
with him wcro recognized as the persons who
collected bounty for scalps presented at the
auditor's ofllco a few dajs before. Mclnlosh
wn'i also recognized as the third person ' .ho
delivered scalps and eollected money. Ifao
Investigating partj quietly returned to town
aril warpjnta wcro sworn out for the arrest
of the crowd. They were not berved until
the next dujMclutash had In the meantime
returned to Council Bluffs , accompanied by
the ivonrin. The two lemalulog men
were placed under arrest and their
tent searched. The search resulted
in the discovery of fifty-eight wolf
ecalps , mnnj of them still in the orig
inal packages lo which they .hud . been shipped
by express. The men were placed um'er ? r-
rest and lodged In the county Jail ot Winter-
set. They gave the names of Thomas Jeffer
son and Arthur Grosvenor , and both claimed
to llvo In Omaha. The men tiad collected
tlio bounty on sixteen scalps at $5 a scalp. In
quiry developed the fact that the nun had
delivered on equal number of scalps ut Da
Soto. the countv scat of Dallas county , and
fuithcr Inquiry at the auditors' oinccs In all
counties north and wcstsboncd that the same
pirtlea had presented a. varying number ot
scalps aud collected two bounties. la nearly
all of the counties express packages had been
received bj the meii , all coming from Wyo
The Madison county Information charges
Melutosh and the others with obtaining
money under false pretense ? , aiU Sheriff SI1I1-
man followed him to Council llluffs. He
reached hero Sunday evening and with the
assistance of the Council Bluffs ofllcers traced
Main let ; h to Omaha. Ho was found at the
former homo of the Grosvenors on Nlio-oenth
street. Olrs. Grosvenor was also taken into
custody and brought to this side , both con
tenting to come without a requisition. Tlicro
was no warrant for the woman and she vvaa
permitted to go free , but expressed her de-
slro to return to her husbanj. The worn' n
was sent to a hotel acid Mclntosh was taken
to the county Jail for the night. They will
leave on the early train this morning for
Wintcrset. Tlio Investigations have not been
discontinued and will probably be pushed Into
W > omlng and Dikota and the swindlers at
tint end of tbo line captured and punished.
Itinl INInlr TriiiixfrrN.
Tlio follow IHR transfers are reported from
the title nml lo.ui olllco of J. W. Squire ,
101 Peail street :
Tred Fleer nml wlfo to Henry Spect ,
1 rod off s aide sett svvtf , 23-71-42 ,
w , d ? 5
Wlnfleld Scott mill wlfo to William C.
Hnttellc nml Wllllnm J. Martin , lotH
1 , 2 nml 3. block 2 , William's Second
ndd , to Hancock , w. d 1
Adolp1 ] GOOH and wlfo to Henry fipeot ,
vv'/j fie'i nnd nc'/4 se'S. 20-74-1. , vv d. . C.C03
I' . H , Wind mid wlfo 16 Citizen's State ,
Hank , Council muffs , vv'i neVi nml
mv',4 sett , S-7G-42 , ami nvv < i , 5-73-4. ,
w. d 5.223
Henry F 1'lumcr nnd wife to William
U Boehrn , 20 feet off n sldo scVi
11VV/4 , 3J-74-42 , vv. U 33
M. A. Young1 et nl to Immot Tllilcy ,
lot 10 , block ! i. Hall's add. , Council
muffs , q c. d 109
A. H. Walker nnd wlfo to Mnry A.
James , lot 7 In Hnyllss & I'ulinor'H
add , , Council IJIuffs , q , c , d ISO
William Host'Iii to Anna A , llosch , lot
1. block 10 , Mlndon , vv. d J.COO
Sarah M. Hums mid wlfo to till
llrown , lot 20 , block 10 , Tierce's
HUtnl. . Council HlulTs , w. d 1,000
WlntlPld Williams to Wlllhm C.
llattello , lot 1 , nml suhd. ne'/S sw'J , i > -
70-31) ) , nml Jots 1 , 2 and 3 , And , sulid ,
ue'i svv'4 , 8-70-JO , vv. d 3.COO
M , H , Whlto mid wlfo , Cornllln Hnnnn
and husband , Ilertlm M , Simons ami
husband to city of Council Dluffs.
part outlet 2 , Jackson's add. , Council
Jlluffs. q , c , d 1
frank Heeho to Naomi licebe , lots 9
and 10 , "block " 2.I low aid's add. ,
Council Uluffs , w. d. . , 70)
Twelve transfers , total $17,817
Discounted G per cent , If paid on or before
January 10th , Olllco open Saturday and Mon
HUH ii Trntllnv Mnimp.
A domesticated trotting moose was re
ceived at the transfer last evening and taken
out of the car for feeding and exercise. The
animal came from Montana , where Itv.ua
captured about four months ago. The beast
was ) oung and quickly domesticated. Its
onncr soon accustomed It to drive In har
ness and was astonished to discover that It
had extraordinary speed qualities and was
itblo to make a record of 2:15 : on the regular
track. The animal Is In care of Mr. Woods ,
and ho Is under contract to deliver It to
Detroit , where It will bo entered In the
spring races. The mooKo Is a handsome and
gigantic fellow , as proud and hlghstrung as ,
the best thoroughbred race horte. and Is
extremely doclloi 'Ills trainer says ho enters
Into the spirit of a race with all of the zest
and fire of the veteran track horse. He Is
n square trotter and never makes a break
from the start to the finish. Hc will be at
the transfer during the" greater part of the
day today , and will no doubt receive many
roit now AM ) ciiu.s' iiL'ti.niM ;
Children In lie Culled I'poii for Their
Today the teachers nnd principals In al !
the school buildings will talk to the pupils
concerning the contributions that will bo
asked from them for the fund to ereet the
Hoys' and Girls' bluldlng at the Trnnsmls-
slsslppl Exposition. Mrs. Judge Reed hna
designated tomorrow as "rally dav" In the
schools , when the patronesses will visit nil
of the schools , make short talks on the sub
jects and distribute the booklets On the
following day the collection will bo taken
up at the close of the dally session of the
schools. The patronesses today will thor
oughly explain the enterprise nnd show the
Importance of each child bringing a smnll
contribution. On "rally day" n program of
special exercises will bo prepared , which !
will be of a patriotic nature and will still
further prepare the minds of the children
for the donations on the following day ,
when ! nil ot the children nro expected to
bring their moncj- . These neglecting or for
getting 11 may make their. donations on.
Friday morning. Tlio school board hns
given consent for only the ono collection
to be taken up , nnd It Is expected thnt so
far as possible the donations will be made
on Thursday. Contrlbutlora made after that
must bo given to the teachers , who will bo
rcqufrcd to keep n strict account of all
received andi send a copy of the same to
the patronesses , together with the money.
The patronesses will hold a mooting In the
parlors of the Grand hotel on Saturday mornIng -
Ing , No particular amount has been speci
fied ns the proper sum for each child It
brine , but Mrs. Uccd la encouraged to bo-
llevo that the collection will approximate
close to $2 000. For the 1,000 pupils In the
public schooH this will mnKo 50 cents for
each child , but many of them have ex
pressed thclti determination to glvo $ .1 o
The names of the patronesses iwho will
visit the schools today follow :
Washington avenue , Mrs. C. M. Harlo ;
Illoomer , Mrs. Thomas Metcalf ; High school ,
Mrs. Atkins ; Madison avrnue , Mrs. Forrest
Smith ; Pierce street , Mrs Charles Heno ; Second
end avcnuo , Mrs W. Dudley ; Avenue- , Mrs
A. C. Harding ; Hnirlson stieot , Mrs. 13. D.
UcllU ; Eighth avenue. Mis. D. G. Morgan ;
Twentieth avenue , Mrs Grow ; Third street ,
Mrs Havccstosk ; Thlrtj-second street , Mrs
Discounted G per cent , If paid on or before
January 10th. Office open Saturday and Mon
COtNCII. COMMITTEE'S II.VU1) JOI1.
Try lo Apportion Money for Hie Vnrl-
oiis Cl < 3 rnnils.
The special meeting of Hie council ap
pointed at the last meeting to consider the
matter and decide upon the amount of money
that is to be apprcprlateJ for the various clly
funds for use during the fiscal jear which
will commence April 1 met in the city buildIng -
Ing last night and spent an hour In discus
sion. The commltteo Is composed of Alder
men Pace , Sayles and Atkins and by rc&olu-
tlon the council added Major Carson and City
Attorney Hazelton. Tiie discussion last even
ing related chiefly to the new law which re
quires this procedure. Tncre are several In-
'congrultlcs ' in It which the committee de
cided to endeavor to have corrected and will
ask Senator Pufcey arU the Pottawattamlc
representatives to try to have some modifica
tions of the law made by the legislature this
winter. The new law requires the council
at the beginning of each fiscal year to make
estimates of the amount of money that will
bo required for expenditure in each fund dur
ing the jcar. The law allows 90 per cent of
the anticipated 'Income for the year to bo ap
propriated for use in all cf the funds , but
when the appropriation Is once made it can
not bo changed during the year , and not a
dollar In auy fund oin be expendeJ beyond
the amount appropriated. Nor can a balance
In any fund be w Ithdravv n and used to fill out
a shortage in another. The income that ds
giving the most trouble Is the amount de
rived from the police fund. This comes from .
fines and licenses , the bulk of It from the
saloon licenses Owing to Uio peculiar condi
tion in which the paloon keepers are now
placed it Is Impossible to tell how many of
them will ctntlnuo In business throughout
the jcar. The aldermen considered the plan
last night of Issuing warrants against this
fund In the old way. Whether such action
would bo legal remains to bo determined by
further discussion and inquiry. The modlllca-
tious of the law that will bo asked for will
chiefly rc'ato ' to the disposition of this fund.
The committee will hold frequent meetings
between the present and April 1 and no action
will bo taken except after the most caieful
consldcrattcu and Inquiry.
o 'Water itl u IIoHpltnl.
MOUNT PLEASANT , la. , Jan. 10. ( Spe
cial. ) The water supply for the Iowa Hospital
for the Insane hero was exhausted last week
and a serious problem confronts the managers
of the institution. Water is being hauled In
barrels from the county poor farm near by.
There Is water In the new artesian well , but
until pumping can bo done It will not be
known whether the supply Is sufficient for
the needs -of the Institution. For some dajs
the city bos been in danger from the lack
of water sipply and a mass meeting will be
held tomorrow evening to consider the prob
lem of getting a better supply.
I Poultry .Slion.
CDDMl RAPIDS , la. , Jan. 10. ( Special
Telegram. ) Over 100 exhlbltlors from Iowa ,
Illinois and Wisconsin are here with nearly
l.COO Wrdb at the thhd annual exhibition of
the Western Poultry Fanciers' association ,
which began tonight and will last all the
week. Over $1,000 In prizes will be given.
Mliocils HIiiiNcIf llenil.
CENTEUVILLI3 , la. , Jan. 10. S. V. Lane ,
a prominent citizen of this county , shot and
killed himself at his home In Mjstlc , six
miles northwest of Centervlllo , this morning.
Mr. Lane had cerved three terms as county
treasurer , and at the time of his death won
In the lumber business at Mjstlc.
A new opera house at Centervlllo Is ap-
A census taken by letter carriers- shows a
population of nearly 30,000 for Ced r Rapids.
The Sioux Ilaplds Roller Mill company Is
a now corporation In charge of the mill at
The city tax levy In Brooklyn Is only 39
nillln fcr this year , a reduction of 13 mills
Horn last year.
The now Hamilton hotel at Leon has been
sold to John C. Mornlngstar of DCS Molnes.
Consideration , $20,000.
Scott county spent nearly $50,000 last year
on new reads In 'the vicinity of Davenport
and a largo sum -will bo rpont this year.
A cigar factory Is to bo removed from
Sioux Falls to Waterloo , and It will bo In
rperatlon in tlm latter city by March 15 ,
Competition Is driving down the prlco of
telephone service in DCS Molnes cad greatly
Increasing the number of phones In use ,
The city council of Clear Lake Is asked
to grant the owners of the electric read the
right to cut ice en thu lake lor the period of
ten jcars ,
The supervisors of Franklin county have
contracted to have the court house frescoed
at a cost of $2,000 , and the taxpajers aio mak
ing a vigorous protest on the expense ,
Keokuk Gate City : Iowa has added In
agricultural products alone to the nation's
wealth more than three times the value of
all the silver mines in the United States.
Peerless Iowa !
The total bond Issue and Indebtedness of
the town of West Liberty Is $19,000 , based
upon property ot the assessed valuation of
$402,000. The town Is now asking for bids
to refund Us water works bonds.
The Sloan Star la urging the business men
to organize EOIIIO sort of an association to
promote the commercial and manufacturing
Interests of the town. It says that twice In
the faul llvo yearn the lack or such an organi
zation has lost tbo locution of a busluws en
Legislature AtsimEToTT Organize and Holds
NOTHING DONE IN WAY OF LEGISLATION
-VrrniiKrinonti Cnnilcci1 for < Iic lii-
itUKtirntlon , itli Vliurmlnj , of tlio
( JoM-mor-Lniir CU11 mill
.Military 1'a null- .
DHS MOIND3 , Jan. 10. ( Special Tele
gram ) Arrangements for Inauguration , on
Thursday , were completcJ this evening. The
ceremonies will take place at the capltol at
2 30 p. in. , preceded by a civil and military
parade , beginning at 1 o'clock. Governor
Shaw will deliver his Inaugural from a plat
form In the great rotundi of tlio capltol
The legislative session opened today very un
eventfully , both houses holding forenoon and
afternoon sessions. The committees \\lll not
ho announced till after tlio Inauguration.
Nothing but permanent organization was ef
Al'I'CU , TO l'iI'lL : OK IOWA.
Cintcrnor llrnKr W\HCH for Help for
< hc SlnritiiKT CiiIiiuiM.
DBS 5IOINES. Jan. 10. ( Special. ) Gov
ernor Drake has Issued an appeal to the
pcoplo of Iowa for aid for the suffering
Cubans as follows :
Tlio terrible suffering condition of the
people of the Island of Cuba hus caused the
president of the United States to nppolnt
a number of people ns u Central Cuban
Keller committee for the collection of funds ,
food , clothing and medicine for tlio teller
of those nllllctcil puoplc. I nm asked by
that con\mltteo to urge that steps ba
taken In this state In aid of this benevo
In accordance with this request , the ob
ject of which commands my warmest
sjinpathles , I Invite tlm people of the state
of Ion a to contribute of the bountiful store
with which heaven has fa\ored them for
the help of the staivlng thoubamls of
icoplo who have suffered from a war at-
Lciided with circumstances of cruelty nml
icrlldy scarcely paralleled In the. most bir-
Jirous rises , anil much moie so than these
which our ancestors denounced as such.
To that end we would siiTcst ( ( the foima-
tlon of nn clllclent committee In the sev
eral counties to take the matter In hand
anil in go forward the work of relief. The
contributions will bo s > ent through the Cen
tral Cuban Relief committee to Consul Gen
eral Leo at Havana for dlsttlbutlon.
I do not deem It necessary that efforts
bo made to arouse Intel cst In the cause for
which these contributions are designed. I
believe that It is only necessary that the
) eoplo be advised that such contributions
ire desired and that the piopei provision
ms been made for their reaching1 the dcso-
A central state committee will be np-
polntcd and its membeis will be shortly an.
ins wipe's bjhrnit LOVES HIM.
Unfortunate StnJc of Affair * In nn
loun I'll in I l.i.
ELDORA , la. , Jdii. ( 10. ( Special Tele-
giam. ) Word comes hero from Williams
that Miss Jennie Wakeman , a maiden of
Uldora , and her brothei-ln-law , W. E Ed-
\ards , a prosperous farmer , have formed
such a love for each other that Edwards Is
about to forsake hie family and Hvo with
he sister-in-law. Jn October , Jonnlo went
o \Islt her sister , who married DJvvards
tilrteoa jeais ago and now has three children.
Slio was at once attracted to Eduards , who
returned her affection. < The wife saw- the
change- affairs and pleaded with her sister
o return home , but ol.no avail. Every re
quest made of her husuand to demist was Ig
nored , Edwards declaring he .could , never
he vvlthout'fho gin. 'ana never would.
A brother of Miss WaUeman , who came to
; ot the elster to forsdlco Edwards , was driven
rom the place. The father , P. D Wakeman ,
came to break the Ill-sent love , but he was
also driven away. At present Edwards has
made an arsenal of his house , confining him
self , family Rod Miss Wakeman therein , and
eajs ho will defend his rights at home even
If blood Is ehed Sjmpathy In the neighbor
hood Is all in favor of the aged father and
a coat of tar and feathers ia looked for.
( neil nt iSti-nlliiK1.
SIOUX CITY , Jan. 10. ( Special Tele
gram. ) George Adams , the absconding
cashier of the American Express company
in Sioux City , who was arrested in Phila.
dclphla today , stele about $8,000 insldo of a
very few days before he skipped out. The
officials of the company have refused It *
divulge tlio amount of his peculations , say
ing the amounts were small , but the oflK
clal records sho\v differently. The man was
Indicted on two counts and will be brought
to this city by the officers of the American
Surety company to stand trial. At first it
was supposed , ho committed suicldo by
drowning , but for the last week his trunks
have been In Philadelphia and this led to
his artrest. He had been in the employ of
the company as Us costlier in this city for
two years. Ho was In the Philadelphia of
fice c-f the American Express company when
arrested.x. . -
Murder Trial Oneim Monday.
DUBUQUE , la . Jan. 10 ( Special Tele-
grim ) Frsnk Arnold , charged with murderIng -
Ing Henry Duffy , the leading merchant of
Waukon , will be put on trial there next
Monday. Ho will be defended by an accident .
Insurance compiny , Interested In proving
that Duffy committed suicide. Duffy slept
over the store. Ono revolver was found In
his hand and another by his sldo and the
plate's theory Is that ho surprised a burglar ,
who fihot him. Oao of the revolvers vvaa
Identified as Arnold's Ho disappeared and
was arrested at Omaha
I't'tltlnu for llcliiNtntriiu-nt.
SIOUX CITY , Jan. 10. ( Special Tele
gram. ) In tbo district court In Sioux City
thU morning a resolution was presented to
the court and ordered adopted asking the
county board /supervisors to return two
deputies to the ofllco of the clerk of the
courts. Tlieso two men had been cut off
by the board and the members of tbo bar
seriously objected to It. It Is now a qucs
tlon whether tha board will accept the sug
gestions of the court and members of tlm
bar or not.
IjllNI'M II F < M > t.
DOONE , la , Jan. 10. ( Special Tele
gram. ) John Forbes , ji miner at Fraser , had
his foot so badly crushed by falling slate
that amputation wis'neceasary. The opera.
tlon was performed ( today.
Jon a 1'ri'MN'1 Comment.
Sioux City Journal ! f1 Two or three Iowa
newspapers are quite * busily engaged at pros.
out In throwing bou/juots at themselves.
Cedar Rapids Jleijp'blftxm : The prominence
of Governor Shawjlsl due to hlo fearless
championship of a grrat principle. The
greatest rewards cf politics como to these
who never pay ! the , Demagogue.
Durllagton Hawkeye Hereafter let no ono
accuse Burlington , : ) > f jgrced In the use of
Btato funds. The eiioral assembly appro
priated $10,000 dollars , toward the expenses
of the acnil-ccntenntal celebration. This
was Inadequate * and the citizens of Hurling-
ten raised a still larger amount In addition
and made the celebration a success After
paying all bills , tlio semi-centennial com
mission has returned to the state treasury
Keokuk Gate Clt > : Tbo special dispatcher
sent out from DCS Molnes to the effect that
tbo special committee appointed a jear ago
to examine Into and report to the coining
icsfllon upon the various fitate Institutions
will inako a sensational report ought to betaken
taken viith a whole barrel of salt. Talk about
a prospective "great explosion" and all , that
sort of thing Is probably the result of an
Imagination that Las been working- over
Davenport Democrat : Among the pardons
recently Issued by President McKlnlcy are
two at least that were granted for suIMclent
cause. Tbo fortunate men both live In Iowa.
They arc George W. and William Sbcperd ,
brothers , of White Oak. Their pardons were
made out on the rcommcmlatlon of the judge
and ( lie- district attorney who tried them ,
nnd who say that they ore * convinced that
the Shcperd brothers arc Innocent And novel
should have been convicted , In such a case
ah this apardon by no means rights the
.SIM Item SPECTATORS TOR WUU'ONS
IIt el- SliootlttpITulc lit nil Intllaiin
CINCINNATI , Jan. 10. A special to the
Commercial-Tribune from Mount Vernon ,
Ky. , says :
At the examining trial of William Hund
ley for killing John Lawrence Judge WIN
llama today ordered the court room cleared ,
co Hint all who desired to return might be
examined by nn ofllcer for weapons and dis
armed. Flvo minutes afterwards rifles In
front of the court house , In the hands of
Pcto and Ulzn Langford , wore firing at ex-
Jailor William Mulllns and his friend ? . Sev
eral revolvers replied from various quartern ,
These Injured by the Lxingfords were C. Ij
King , who iccelvcd two balls through the
thigh , considered dangerous ; William Mul-
llne , shot through both hands The Ling-
fords say itwas nn accident In shooting
King. All the participants wcro jailed , In
cluding ex-Deputy Sheriff Ueubcn .Mulllns ,
who , sonio distance away when the shooting
occurred , ilrcr/ his pistol nnd fired at the
Langfords until they disappeared.
In the court room , when the shooting oc
curred , Hundley thought his father had
been killed , seized the gun of a guard and
attempted to rush to the fray. It required
x men to hold htm. I
The trouble originated during the last
campaign , when a number of leading repub
licans "bolted the ticket as nominated. Among
them was Sheriff Mulllns , Mr. King and
others. At Crooked Creek precinct nt the
November election Sheriff Mulllns at
tempted to arrest some parties. A fight
came up , when ono of the Langford bojs
was Killed and two others wounded , Includ
ing John Lawrence , who was killed a few
ila > s ago by William Hundley ,
VAM > EIUIII/H IS THU CHAMPION.
All the Sswt'H bet nt 11 CnKc-
NEW YOHIC , Jan. 10. W. 1C. VnndcrblH
cannot only lead the cotillion In gallant fnsh-
on , as ho recently demonstrated , but ho has
low honors ho Is champion of a society cnkc-
walk. Trainer L. Park , the owner of thu
steam jacht Sultana , gave a house party to a
number of his friends , ilr. Vanderbllt was
ono of the party , nnd was the leader of the
u n , which marked the occasion fiom start
o finish. It was a jolly , Informal affair.
lanjolsts wore hlied to furnish the music
Thcro was nn innovation during thu dinner.
t was dancing after each course. To the
strains of " ( All Coons Look AHko to Me" the
; ucstti arose after the soup and glided about
ho dining room. So It went on until the
coffco was reached. The cakewalk , which
> egan about 11 o'clock , was the great event
of the evening. Mr Vnnderbllt led In mag
nificent style , Introducing many new steps
and graceful glides that bi ought nppliubc
torn the other guchts. Some of these who
valked carried candles , and others hnd
irooms nnd carpet sweepers. Near the end
of the walk a joung woman Joined the line ,
and before her she pushed a big baby car-
iagc. And In the carriage reclined a > oung
man , well known to the 400. All admlttcl
hat Mr. Vaudcrbllt was the champion cake-
lljlllK Illicit nVPPHtUPNNOSMllOlltN. .
CHICAGO , Jan. 10The board of chiefs
f the Ancient Order of United Work
men met In annual session here today. The
object of the meeting Is to adjust , pabg on
and pay the claims of the members who
have paid In cxcchs of the maximum assess
ment. The claims will amount to nearly
$250000 The available reserve at present
Is $330000. The 1 > oard Is composed of the
following : Supreme Master Hobson of
Texas , Supremu Foreman Sessions of South
Dakota , Supreme Secretary Hlckfort of
New Hampshire , Supreme Recorder Sackett
bf l'enns > lvanla. Supreme Itecelvor Acker
of New York , Chairman of Committee on
Liws Kinsley of Montana and Chairman
of rinanco Commltteo Case of New' York.
The board will continue In session during
rirxt Coiii Irtloii fur Killing n. XeKra.
KANSAS CITY , Jan. 10 Bill Adlci , a
town tough charged with the murder of
William Johnson , was today convicted of
murder In the second degree and sentenced
to ten years in the penitentiary , The ver
dict was a surprise , not only because It
was believed Adler hnd made a case ot
self-defense , but he Is the Ilrst white man
In Jackson county ever convicted for the
murder of a negro. Three jears ago during
a carnival celebration , Postofflco Inspector
McClure died from a list blow Indicted by
Adler In a street quarrel. Tor this Adler
was given a short Jail sentence.
Tin dill MnKITH Mil ) Comlillic.
CHICAGO Jan. 10. A meeting of the. mpn
Interested In the manufacture of all kinds
of tin cans was held here today , repre
sentatives being1 present from various parts
of the. south and west. It Is understood
that many manufacturers are In favor of
forming a combination. A temporary or-
ganlzitlon was formed with George Smith
of Louisville , Ky. , as chalrm in. Among
those present were : J. S. Jones , Indian
apolis ; P. H Morrl sey , Poorla ; N. H.
Grovcr , Escanaba , Mich. ; J. Ward Roman ,
Oahkosh , WIs. , and W. A. Gill , Columbus. O.
Infprnntluiinl llrloUlaj urn' Villon.
PEORIA , Jan. 10. The International
Bricklayers' and Masons' union began a
meeting at Pcorla today and will bo In
session ten. days or two weeks There are
200 delegates In attendance. This morning
they were welcomed In addro es by A. F.
Miller , president of the local union , Mayor
Warner , ex-Major Allen nnd Judge N. 13.
Worthlngton cif the appellate court. The
latter delivered an elaborate fapeech. Wil
liam Klein of New York , International presi
dent , spoke in icply ,
Vrri-Hl ii Sioux Clt > llinhc/zlcr.
PHILADELPHIA , Jan. lO.-Georgo U.
Adama was arrested here , today and com
mitted to a.valt requisition papers from the
authorities of Iowa. Adams was formerly
in the employ of the American Expre-ss
company at Sioux City , la. , and It Is said
absconded on May 29 last with considerable
of the company's funds. Ho has been living
nt Wilmington , Del.
HUH 11 DniiuiKril Piicr ,
I W , Schwer , who resides at Second nnd
Martha streets , has a sister upon whom ono
Jniiic.4 Macdonald line been making- fre
quent cnlls , Schwer objjcted to this and
waylaid his sister's beau near a saloon ,
corner of Thlrrl and Pine streets , at 1 30
this morning nnd dlcllsured his countenance
so badly that physlc-lan was called In to
II < It up. Arrests will follow.
Holilicr IlolilH Up II ( iiiinlilliiK HOIINI * .
PRCSCOTT , Ariz. , Jan. 10. Ono man IKIH
succeeded In holding up thu Palace naloon ,
a gambling place , nnd nt the point of a
pistol secured all the money In sight. Ho
terrorized about twenty pitrona of the pines
and made his escape with nearly JKO. Ho IH
believed to have had an accomplice ) on the
outHldo and Is suld to have Lscapd on u
northbound train ,
hultu AKiilnxt nil IiiNiiriuiff Coinpiniy.
TOPEKA , Jan , 10. Attorney General
Doyle today sent out to all county clerks
Instructions to brlni ; prosecutions ncalnst
the Now York Llfo company , basing his
conclusions on Information ho said ho had
that the compiny wat ) doing business In the
various counties without a Kansas license.
TlrN , C\iii'U ( ii-tH I'lfdTii Yrnrx
NHW YOJIIC , Jan. 10-Mrs. Augusta
Nack , jointly charged with Martin Thorn
of the murder of William Guldensuppo , a
bathrubber , nt Woodulde , L I , In Juno of
Inst year , wns today sentenced to ( Ifteen
years In the state prison nt 'Auburn. The
Kooil time allowance nttalnablu would re
duce the term to ton years and live months.
CVotf ( < T I enl * > Illi1 M
NEW YOHIC , Jan. 10. n. II. Chapman ,
treasurer of the American Malting com
pany , today denied the truth of the report
that representatives of hid company vvt-ro
In Louisville , Ky. , trying to buy n controll
ing Interest In the bruwerlea there ,
HlK 1 > rli Wlirul llnmtH.
NKW YOHIC , Jan. 10. The rim of ono of
the big six-foot drivers of nn engine en the
Baltimore & Ohio burst as the train vvaa
ptut Nfthcrwooil. JJ. J , nt 1210
this mornlrjr Three persons wr-rc xlightly
Injured Thetrnln wns miking fully fifty
miles nn hour when the accident occurml ,
to Enjoin the Snlo.
NR\V YOIIK. Jon , 10. The ovpllcatlon
nji\do on behalf of Charles do Ncufvlll for fi
iSrollmlniry Injunction which would pr.\c-
tlcally strii the wlo of the $100,000.000 Issue
of tcfumllng bonds of the Now York CentM
railroad until decision was reached In d
Ncufvlllo's suit against the New York <
Northern Itnllrond eotrpflciy , the New Yor
Central Hallroad company and Drcxcl , MOT
Kan & Co. , was today denied by Judge Lacombe
combo of the United Stoles court.
THE l'D7,7lE CI.UII.
The award of prizes offered for puzzle
contributed will bo announced next week
As all hinttcr mulled not liter thin Dcccin
bcr 31 wns to bo considered , numerous con
tnhutlpiis wrro not received until after tlm
' 'nto. ' iho tinmo of the winner In the prlro
lyllnblo puzzle -nlll bo given nt thu same
11 mo ,
My FIRST'S n oful nrtlclp. mid mny lie
small or Hrce. . Without my Ttvo the snnl
uov * would be nn nvvful charge ,
The WHOLU , I often hnvo been told ,
is sometimes for1 n wenpon sold ,
1\'Vit ! > ttcr' , " A , smn" ' 'r ' ! l'Blit ' or ilrlnk
1. Burdened. 2. Nimble. 3. Plunges. 4
To appoint byoto. . 5. Homes of birds
H. O. L , .
TliKlishdrvvsliniytshlltws , '
Mv first Is In "type , " but not In "Ink , "
My secoiii ] | S i , , "cnnln. " but not In "link , "
My third is In " " " "
"primer , also In "ng.ifp ,
My fourth Is In "million , " not In "iiuig-
My nl"m ! ' ' r < 1cr. " not In "clews. "
My sixth is in "hnppenV not In "news , "
My seventh Is In "Khoot , " but not In "rob , "
My. ° Kltn , ' , , u , ln 1-iwyor , " not In "mob , "
My iilnlh Is In "board , " but not In "fnlr , "
My tenth is In "freedom , " nlso in "square , "
i ' ° IMIN ' " "K'ctltn d nlFo In "best"
And WHOLES the Imsl nnnmI I , , nil tir >
1. Imprl onmpnt. 2. To hold In the bosom
T Containing nbu'e.I. . Ono v.ho ndmon-
ishes. o An nbscess nround the linger mil
0. An apcrtuio In the nose. 7. A btupld per-
The prlmals and Ilnnls each spell 'tho
name of \alu.iblc. BCIH. MUIUHL
4 * 3
1 A letter. i >
2 to 1 toy.
1 to fi Doctrine ,
( i to 7 A small horse.
S A consonant.
U to jO A product of the plno
11 to 12-A bird.
If to 14-Devoured.
l" A vowel.
l A consonant.
2 to G A number.
S to 7 A sin ill wooden pin.
S A letter
11 A letter ,
i to n A beverage
10 to ll-rish eggs.
12 A vow el.
1 to Ij A great general.
Decapitate a Scotch fuel and leave to take
food , ajraln , and leave a preposition.
Decipltato to set down and lenvo an or
namental fabric ; again , nnd leave a pip
on a plajlng card
Decapitate a precious metal and leave ad
vanced In jear .
Decapitate a fraud and leave a meat ,
again , and leave a form of the verb
Decapitate a Seotch cloth and leave
placed ; again , and leave nbslitnnce.
U. C. L.
1. A bird of Asia and Africa. 2 The cen-
tuiy plants. J Animals of Ainbli 4. Hav
ing a dislike to C A great U'isllsh na\al
commander. C. To ngieo to
_ . PHILOMEL.
Last "week's answers
CO Saw ( bau-faage , sausage.
C A D
CAP 13 R
C A R A J,1 1-1 ' g
CAP A H I s'O N1
D r , 13 o
u n s 13 T
OS Stnre , stnr. Spine , spin. Tablet , table.
Fund. fun. Gat.h , gas.
A I , 13 n T
nt n ID i A
1 > U I N K
S T A 1C U
70 Plump , lump. Clamp , lamp , Avoid.
void. Price , rlco.
71 Nlght-ln-Kale-p , nightingale.
72 N U M 13 U A t.
U N J3 V 13 N
M 13 T 13 V
13 V 13 N
R 13 D
73 A wise son henreth his father's In
R Jj r
13 Q U A Jj
L U V 1 A L
FA I II Y
TJ n I o n S
N 1 B b T
I t 11 S C A
T .1 U G h T
13 n c o i 13
D I B I t S
No potash no mineral no danger
in 8. S. S. This means n great
deal to all who know the disastrous
effects of thuso drugs. It is the
only blood remedy guaranteed
S. S. Q , forces the disease out
through the skin does not dry up
tlio poison to decay the bones , liku
mercurial mixtures do.
111 was almost a phjslcal wreck , tlio result of
forblnnii poison ; H.B 8.
It a real blond remedy ,
for it cured mo per
manently " JI on ry
Holli , ItMS South Ninth
Street , tit , houls , JIo.
Books frco ; nddren. Swift Specific Co , Atlanta.
The . . . .
moment In n .
man's life Is n lie v ;
he feels for th
i. first time the cling
Ing caress of lie
own baby's fin
gers. How tnanjf
thousands of women :
this greatest , wo
And live out urcnry
bnbolcsn , lovelcs
lives , because of 111
lientttt. Ttvcry woman shoiihl realize th
Biiprctnc importance of healthy \lRor am
RtrciiRtlt of the organs distinctly feminine
Unless n woman Is willing- be thnt lens
envied of her sex , n childless woman , sin
cannot afford to neglect this feature of lie
The best known and most successful tncit <
icinc for the cure of all diseases and wcnk <
ncs cs of the female reproductive organs if
Dr. I'lcrcc'fl lfa\orite Prescription , Iltini
drcds of homes tint for jears remained
childless now ring with childish laughter n ]
n tcsult of the beneficial effects of the " Fa.
\otltc Prescription " It is the preparation
of nn eminent nnd skillful specialist , Dr.
II. V. Pierce. 1'or jcnrs it has been used
by Dr. Pierce in his dnily practice in the
Invalids' Hotel nnd Surgical Institute , nt
lluffnlo , N , Y. , the greatest institution o
the kind in the world. It has relieved tbou.
Hands of vv omen from suffering nnd pain nnd
prcpircd thousands for the successful per
formance of the duties of maternity.
W. U. Malcolm , of Ktiohcl , Clay County , Ar-
knn as , writes * "Since 1 last wrote \oii\velirue
hid n bihy elrl born to us My v\lfc took \out
Golden Alcdlcnl Dlscmcry' nnd nlso jour M'a-
\orlte Prescription' nil iliiring the cxpeetaut
period mid until eourmcmcnt , nnd jilic nnd no
trouble to mention. A stouter , hcaitlcr child
was never born. Our child will lie onejenr ot
nic the Fill In t. nnd flic hn < i not been rick n
day. Has not hnd to much ns the colic. U Ita
fact , sir , nnd we have not hnd to be up with her
ns often ns twice nt night flncc her birth. My
wife hnd not even n fever for the two or threa
di > < nftcr the child wns born , nlthoinjh the
nttcndlng physlclnn told in thnt such would ba
the case. Our neighbors remarked lo me that
they thought my wife the stoutest tittle woman
they ever knew , We think our good health duo
to t lie use of jour family medicines. "
Dr. Picrce's Pleasant Pellets cure const- !
pntion. Constipation is the cause of many
diseases. Cure the cause and you cure the
disease. One "Pellet" is n gentle ln\n
tivc , nnd two a mild cathartic. Druggists
/ > ONTINUi : TO I" . A MIHiit\ltl.L
* - ' nml wnstliiR man ? Is there n
goo < l reason ? It Is not only thnt tlio
world HuRhs nt sou , liut 5011 nrp PO
fiirc of jour weilcnejoursclt Hint It
l renllj tlio mo t horilhlc toiture Hint
cnn bo I nm Kin Oil You want to KPI !
rid of It-then whv not < lo It ? Tlic
wm Is Flinplc. "lluiljnn" lm cuicil
others ; It will cure vou One wecU nml
> ou will bo full of fire You will ba
In limning o\cr with Joy nt the nltcrn-
N'ot one mm In n thournml Knows how
neil ; liu Is tilt hc linnUa down , nnd
then the truth Is forced on him stul-
ilcnl.Then he often elves ii ] > hope.
Hut there Is hope for ex cry crenturc ns
IOIIR ns "lliuljnn" Is to be hit ! Ask
what It Ins done for the ino ° t hou ] lifts
cn--eH , nml Hun ImiRlno wlmt It will ilu
for 5011 If jou weio iljlng > on would
lie loutl In ollr cills for help anil now
thnt 5011 nrc wnsttng n\\a } lii not be
man uiuugh to nt luist
If j on nlll send joinmlilrcss or enll
free elienlnrx mill Ic.xlliuoiilnlN nliont
( lie Krent "llinljnn" will lie lit once
neii ( < < > or uUcn j on. The "KO-Ilny
Illooil Cure' ' IN UN e.lleell\e < III Itx pnr-
tlenl.ir Nphcii- H "lluilj nn" IN In
en SON of iierxons ilelillltnt Inn. Tlienu
circular * arc f i ee , too. bo IN medi
cal uillee. . If joil vim lie cured I he
Krent IlnilKoiilnii iloetforM can lie of
more actual m-r\lee to > on than niiv
one clxe oil ( lie f/ice of the earth ,
llii } a Ktninn a nil Nee.
Hudson Medical Institute
Moelitnn , Market anil IJIllK Six. ,
SAN riUNCISCO , CAL.
PURE MALT WiliSKEf
Owing to its fine , full , mellow
flavor , this whiskoycomraunds the high
est prlco in barrels ( to wholesale deal *
era ) of any brand now on the market ,
nnd is the babis of most of tlio bottled
tled blended whlnlcnv nmv Knnvfr.tielimiir
llottlcdnt tlio Distillery with nil nlisnluto
( limrnnlj of I'nrlty mill ( Irlsliial ConJItloit
The consumer buying- this the onlv
( lUtlllc-ry liottllnc of MOUNT VKHNON ( lit
hQUAIJIUloltlci , ouch bcnrlil tlio Num
bered flmirniity Luholl-M ruici ) tlm lilxh-
est uindoof 1'iiiu Uynhl8koy In IH | iiiitiirnl
uiimlltlon , nntlicly fimi from udultonilloii
vUlhchonp splilta uuil Iliivoilngs ,
FOR MIJWCINAL UHR
Hhns the tiulorsomontnt the most prominent !
HhyHiclniiH tliroiiBliout the Uiillcit hVatos.
Tor halo hy All ICuIlablo Do.iluis.
COUNCIL BLUFFS WANTS.
a. muir , TAIIM AND
ot re"l < Uay &
UONrY 1O I/JAN IinnUCKD HATP
Jlrm-cln s Improve , ! f rw and "nildi city
lTar' PI"X ' ° " ' " N > Ca ad J ? . . ail
Instructions. Alliln'iluitcr , tturti
. 33.8 'iroiilway. Herman method
or Dresden Conservatory ,
i Not Irom a financial standpoint exactly
butfree from the defects lound in the
average heating system ,
Steam and Hot Wafer Heating
All the leading Incandescent , Gas
Burners and Mantels. Plumbing
JB C. BIXBY ,
202 Mill a and
203 1'carl St
COUNCIL liLUFFS , IOWA.