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"r« sWi 4* -0 S '•""Ajjfcr* .I-V •. & si$ wj!y«fp%wpp^p High demands you,- attention. •Up to date system, modern apparatus and accessories, and technical skill in handling same places us in the lead in picture mak-, ing. We can please you. w. w. Give us a call. Photographer, Laub Block. Mr. W. S. McVey made a business trip to Omaba yesterday. Mrs. F. Hoffman spent Friday with her siater Mrs. Stone ot Dow City. Drs. Rath and Cobb of Dunlap wete the city Sunday visiting their lady friends. The city council has been having a hot time this week with the board of Review it* i**" mis work. ,/ J-ssSr & 4rrrw» The Germania Venn will give a- Dublic dance at the Opera House Monday even ing April 24th. Mr. F. O. Ivens and Mr. J. B. Sibbert went down to Arion on water works busi ness last Friday. T. J. Phillipps of Arion and John Hari gan of Boyer township were in their ases sor's books the first of the week. This almost completes the assessment of the county. if Frank L. Schumaker of Orleans, Nebr. was in town Sunday visiting his sistsrs, Anna and Kate. Mr. Schumaker is in the Loan and Real Estate business at Orleans and he reports doing well. The P. E. O.'s gave an elegant pre nuptial shower to Miss Minnie Balle on Thursday at the home of Mrs. Dr. Kemp. .The party was a complete[surprise to Miss Balle. The house was decorated in the P. E. O. colors, and under a large wed ding bell Miss Balle was invited to sit. She was then showered with mottos and directions and she then started on a pro longed hunt, her reward being the finding lpof a great many funny and usefnl things, the crowning gift being a dozen solid sil 1 ':. ,' -ver tea spoons. A very nice supper was -'""*'served and by Miss Balle's place was a spoon. Miss Balle is deservedly popular club and social circles and this delight" party but gave expression to this iling of regard. I B. J. SIBBERT, Mgr. Tie Event of Season 1 the America'* Bait Dlalact Comedian and Swaat Slngar Mr. James T. McAlpin and his great company of Dsamatic Artists in the latest and funniest of all Sweedish dialect Comedies. 'Hans Hanson' Pathos, Laughter, Mu Singing, Dancing. Everything new, bright, Cheerful PEOPLES' PRICES, 25, 35, 50e. Seats on sale at Johnson's Book store. A DOUBLE TRAGEDY. Mrs. O. A. Patterson Notified of Her Parents' Death FATHER AND MOTHER DEAD Reads Telegram Received This After noon From Her Brother at Mt. Vernon, Ohio. Mrs. O. A. Patterson received a tlls pitch this afternoon from her brother at Mt. Vernon, Ohio, that both her father tnd mother were dead. There was no further explanation in the message, nothing but the statement as given above. Mrs. Patterson re ceived a letter from her mother yes tsrday but"nothing was said about ill ness and in fact both.her parents were reported to be in good health. The only explanation that can be given is that some terrible accident has occurred in which both the father and mother were killed. Mrs. Pat terson is prostrated with grief but, ac companied by Mr.[Patterson, she starts to-cight for Ohio. Her parents names were Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Jones aDd they were greatly beloved citizens of Mt. Vernon. We cannot express with too much earnestness our sympathy with Mrs. Patterson in this overwhelm ing grief. Editor' Harthun spent Saturday in Dunlap. Miss Blanche Gable spent Sunday with Logan relatives, Mr. Ed. Erler made Omaha a business visit on Saturday. Mr. Frank Fee transacted business in Carroll on Monday. Alderman J. H. Jones and Mr. Ed Burke spent Sunday in Dunlap. Mr. John Klinker and wife spent Sun day visiting relatives in Boyer. Mr. R. A. Romans visited Wisconsin points on business last week. Mrs. Fabe Crandall visited Dow City relatives the latter part of last week. 1 iVlotieybak silks DURABILITY. |SUPERIOWITY. Let Us Tell You About It Easter headquarters For Mushrooms, Cucumbers, 1 Spinach, Mint, New Beets, &L4 Miss Hart returned from Woodbine on Sunday and remained until Wednesday. Mr. J. D. Sievers was in Dunlap on Friday, looking after his business in teiests at that point. Miss Harvey of Logam wtio has been the guest of Mrs. Sears McHenry return, ed to her home on Sunday. N Asparagus, Tomatoes, ... Wax Beans, New Turnips, Lettuce, New Potatoes, Young Onions, Celery, Radishes, Straw Berries, Sweet Pot, yri\ Pie Plant, V' Bananas, Oranges, Grape Fruit, Omaha on Miss Agnes King went to Friday to hear Paderwski, and enjoy ed the concert very much. Mr. J. W. Bell went to Chicago Fri day. He has accepted a position as foreman with McArthur Bros, railroad contractors, f' Mr. Bradbury has been having his store decorated and it looks splendidly as a result—neat and attractive as a new pin. Hon. Qeo. Rea cf Arion spent Tuesday in Denison. He looks much improved in health and tells us he had a most enjoy able winter in California -v Mr. ]. F. Barrett one-of the prominent merchants of Dunlap spent Monday in Denison and took occasion to inspect the the new Balle Broderesen store. Mr. L. M. Baer returned from his hunting trip at Wall Lake last week and ye editor enjoyed a duck dinner on Sunday as a result of Lou's marksmanship. The regular meeting of the Denison chapter D. A. R. will meet, Monday afrernoon Aqril 24 at 3 p. in the the club rooms of the Library building. Mr. Geo. Rae, and Mies Janet Rae spent Monday in Denison the guests of Mr. E. N. Pierce. Mr. Rae and fam ily had a delightful winter in Los An geles. THE it 1 J0m gj* Pine Apples, tt wa Cranberrie'tooum Russet enoug! bride, to wea| great-i have a 1 Grand Firemans ball May. 1st. Mr. J. B. Johnson made Des Moines a business visit last week. Mrs. Jas. McClellan visited with his parents in Carroll on Sunday. Mr. C. L. Nicholson was called to Omaha Saturday on a business missioD. Born on Tuesday April 18th to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Pearson a daughter. There will be a grand Easter ball at the Opera house Monday evecing April, 24th. I 89 Neva Crandall of Dow City, was an over Sunday gue-t of Miss Grace Bamford. Rev. Mr. Bryce has been quite ill for the pa3t few days, but is now much improved. Rev. W. E. Bryce was on the sick list the first of the week but is now much better. 3® Don't forget the Trinity Guild Easter sale at the City Hall on Wednesday after noon, April 26th. "Vr* Mrs. Jerome Qu'gley was called to Grand Junction, Iowa on Monday on ac count of the death of her brother. The Queen Esther circle held their first meeting with Mrs. Voss on Monday night The circle has fourteen members. The ladies of the German Methodic church gave a well patronized supper and Bazaar at the City Hall larjt ever ing. Mrs. Dunbar, who has been away H11 winter, returned home on Saturday night and will remain in Deeison this summer. The fire laddies are always willing to turn out and holp others. Show your appreciation by buying a ticket to the firemans ball May 1st. Regular services at the Presbyterian church next Sunday with preaching by the pastor. Theme of the morning sermon, "The joy of the resurrection The board of supervisors went to Jefferson last week to examine some con crete bridges with a view to getting sugges' tions with reference to similar work to be done in this county. Light refreshments will be served by the ladies of Trinity Guild at their sale in the City Hall on April 26. The Guild ladies are noted for their skill in culinary lines as well as in needlework. The Misses Genevieve and Beatrice Lally leave on Friday to spend the Eastertide with their brother Addis at Notere Dame, Ind. They attend the great Easter ball given'by the seniors of the University and will doubtless have a most enjoyable week. gp Miss Delay who has been visitinjpat Young home since the return of Frank and herself from Denver, left on Mon day for her home in Illinois. During her brief stay here she made many friends who know the story of her bravery and womanliness in time of trouble and it is the hope of all that she may some day be a resident of our city. Mr. Chas. C. Hemming announces a great closing sale in this issue. Mr. Kemming is too well known as a reli able merchant for there to be any doubt as to the genuineness of the bar gains he offers. The clothing war seems to be on in Denison and the peo ple will get the benefit of low prices. Mrs. Criswell entertained Penelop on Tuesday, serving a most elegant re past. Mrs. McAhren and the Misses Hart and Clark assisted the hostess. The annual election of officers was held, Mrs. Conner being reelected president, Mrs. Philbrook, vice-presi dent, and Mrs. Scriver, secretary. The guests had a delightful afternoon. Mr. E. C. Petersen will give a novel advertising feature on Saturday, when at 3 p. m. he will have a large quan tity of merchandise thrown from the top of his store building to the street below. We understand the merchan dise will consist of shirts, pants, hats, caps, etc. The goods will be free to whoever gets them. There will pro bably be a srrand- rush worth coming miles to see. Odds and IT WILL PROBABLY *xt t-*£ Wf.j £V IS" K-C? fd.% M'fcS DENISON, IOWA. ,f» Parents Inspect Work Done By Puplic School Pupils EXHIBIT COVERS WIDE RANGE Excelent Program^Rendered At The Teacher's "At Home" on Friday And Saturday. The popular institution known as The Teachers' At Home" proved a mag net that drew scores of parents to the High School building on Friday and Saturday evening. The exhibit covered a wide range from the first efforts of the Kindergarten pupils to the more penten sions work of the high school seniors. The industrial work made a better showing than in preceding ears, showing a steady advance in this important branch of school work. It was this feature of the exhibit which appealed with greatest force to the visiting parents and fond mamas inspected with loving eyes the work the little hands have done. The basket work was particularly fine and the water colors used in the making of decorative borders, book covsrs etc, showed much artistic skill. The humbler work cf the home as not neglected and a number of very creditably stitched button-holes were in evidence. The written work of the schools was particularly strong and es pecially was it good when it is considered that not alone was the best work of the best pupils shown but the every day work of all the pupils. Supt Savage inaugurat ed the "At Home" several years ago and it has proven extremely popular and has done much to bring parent and teacher into closer relation and to give the par ents a better and more sympathetic view of the work the teachers are trying to ac complish for the children under their charge. The program, which had been arranged for the entertainment of the patrons, was opened by a recitation, "Prisoner of Zanda," by Mary Burch. Miss Burch's interpretation was very fine and she rendered it magnificently. The next number was a vocal solo "Over the Ocean Blue" by John Moloney. He sings well, and we hope to hear more of him along the musical line, for he has a voice of much promise. Mr. Treadway, manual training in structor in the Mo. Valley schools was then introduced. Mr. Treadway had brought with-him a fine exhibit of the work being done by the High school at that place. After explaining something of the process of establish ing the wprk, Mr. Treadway took up the various steps in the wood working course showing the simple beginnings and the development of more Intricate work. He stated that both boys and girls elected the mauual training and showed work of equal merit from both. He then took up the ornamen tial work, especially wood carving and showed some very beautiful and val uable work done by the students. The work thoughout was system atically developed and showed that Mr. Treadway bad accomplished un usual results In the first year of the manual work at Mo. Valley. Inciden tally he presented many facts of inter est concerning the different words that they have studied and collected In the course and revealed many Instances of new Interest that had been aroused in general school work as a result of getting indifferent students interested in the manual training and into the habit of applying themselves to the work given them. All who heard Mr. Treadway's ex cellent address and who saw the work which he presented, were led to ap preciate the facts that manual train ing in a most practical and interesting feature of an educational course, when systematically developed as is being done by Mr. Treadway at Mo. Valley. The practical discussion of this sub BALLE-BRODERSEN CO. Pays to Get Our Prices Before Buying. Must Be Sold at Our Old Stand. the new store. During the remaining weeks we shall endeavor to dispose of all slow selling lines, odds and ends, broken sizes, soiled or mussed merchandise of every description. These will be offered at very low prices, but not advertised, because there is not enough of any particular article to warrant particular description. It will pay everyone to be on the lookout for these bargains as they appear lrom time to time. This is not a general1 mark-down sale all this year's goods, complete lines in every respect will b^ sold to all comers at regular prices, because they are worth the prices asked. be some SIX weeks before we can move to ".V 4 -*S "l ject made the program a roost valuable one for the patrons who were present. The closing number was the Little Farmer's Drill, given by twelve little boys and girls dressed like farmers on a sum mer day raking and hoeing in the field. The little folks did themselves credit and the drill proved very amusing. »». W* THE REVIEW PUBLISH CO. In line with other newspapers, the Bulletin and Der Democrat, THE REVIEW will hereafter be published by an incorp oration. It 11 be known as Th Revew Publishing Co. and will be well known to the as business men and public spirited citizens. F. W. Meyers will contioue as editor and manager of the concern and give his best efforts to the broduction of an honest, interesting and newsy news paper. In closing our connection as so'e owner of 1 HE REVIEW we can but thank our friends and patrons for the splendid pat. ronag^ they have given us since we took control of the paper on January first. We have tritd our best'to give the people a fiast-class paper and the response has been immediate and most kindly. We do not believe there is a similar paper in Iowa has made a better business record than Las the REVIEW during 1905. For this patronage we thank our readers, our advertisers and the business men of Deni son. We are glad to continue with THE REVIEW. To us it is dearer than any money consideration. We love the work and we love the people. We love tbs paper as no other iHan will ever love it again and it is our determination to keep it in the forefront as a friend to all who, with it, are striving to do their best, We believe the incorporation will have many advantages, that interesting others in its welfare will strengthen it in many ways and leave us freer to maintain the editor ial and news standard of the paper. All subscription accounts will hereafter be due to The Review Publishing Company. All advertising and job work accounts earned prior to April 5th will be due per sonally to F. W. Meyers. The policy of THE RETIEW will remain unchanged. It will be Republican, broadly republican. It will have no enemies to punish and will be above factionalism in any form It will strive for the welfare of Denison and of Crawford county and will be ready to assist in any enterprise for the uO' building of the community, We believe THE REVIEW will be in position to become •ven a stronger factor in the community and that many of our cherished plans will now be carried out. New machinery will be added and it is highly probable that the old frame office structure will be replaced by a handsome brick block this spring. In conclusion we would ask the same hearty support that has been accorded THE REVIEW in the past and on be-balf both of THE REVIEW Publishing Company and of ourselves as editor we promise to do all in our power to deserve your coufid ence and support The ladies of Trinity Guild are plan ning to hold an Easter Sale in the City Hall on Wednesday afternoon April 26, commencing at 2 o'clock. Aprons, and other articles of needlework will be on sale, and light refreshments will be serv- ed. The prooeeds of the sale will go to wards repairing the church. BUSINESS BRIEFS. House and four lots for sale. Bell phone No. 99. MRS'. J. S. MELTON I5"2'* MM Denison. PASTURE I can takt from 20 to 25 head of cattle in my pasture for the season. $4. for five months. Nothing wanted for less than the fall season. T. HAWK 15 tf —Look for Zimmer & Son's wagon for cut flowers. Flower plants and shubbsry this spring. Rooms for Rent —Three blocks north of Johnson's Book Store. Also a good barn for rent. 16-it* Address Box 1116. —Crop assuring garden seeds at I2-4T. THR BALLE-BRODIRSEN CO. 7" A MATTER OF HEALTH —Mrs. Wm. Halloran will do dress making at her home one block south east of the Washington park. 14-4t. Roomers wanted for 2 good sized nicely newly furnished rooms, one block from REVIEW office. Inquire here. i3-3t* For prices on all kind of farm machiney, Call on GUSTAV STEGEMAN, .V" x3 V, 13 —GARDEN SEEDS your money at I2-4T THE BALLE-BRODERSKN CO. All my customers may find a com-1 plete line of the J. R. Wat kins Rem-, edles at Fred Berg's, the Jeweler,!'»™ Denison, la. —Garden seeds that assure bounteous' crops at THE BALLE-BRODERSEN CO. 12-41 —Buy garden and flower seeds at I2-4T. THE BALLE-BRODERSEN CO. Dr. C. W. Carr's book of accounts is left at the Bank of Dpnison and those wishing and witling to settle their ncconnt may do so by calling. —A suite of office rooms for rent,'' steam heat furnished, well lighted rooms, call or address, J. L. WARBA8SE,.Denison, la. 4 doors north of the post office. 5-tf —WANTED—Cattle and horses to pasture for the summer season in Jackson township. R. j. RILEY, & *5 Vail, Iowa —There will be. a public dance at the Germania opera house Monday April 24. »«. J. Office at Rnaui's Drug Store, C. Phone, Office 249. Res. 248 DENISON, IOWA. g»* -*-:. m#f 'v vS* ll:iS®lp 1. POWDER ri ''-a mm H^msuBsnnm§^%:rPure\Absolutely i*V Denison Iowa. ii££ —GARBER Dentist over Bank of Deni» son. 13 .* —For a good buggy call on or address GUSTAV STEGEMAN, P? Denison, Iowa. w&|j§! -A large package for V' J. MEHAN, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON 7 DRJEKYU- MM1X»E OR ADOU5LC UfCl _) OPERA HOUSE FRIDAY NIGHT MEIN'S SHOES Have you taken advantage of the Bargains Offered? Hundreds have. Ask your Neighbor About It Ladies' Collars. Handsome assortment of the very newest in neckwear creations just received Es pecially lor the Kaster trade are the arri vals opportune. We are headquarters eve thin in Ladies' Furnishings and you can not afford to pass us by. Such small articles as Waist Sets, Collars, Gloves, Handker chiefs, Belts, Bags, Jewelry, Neck Rib bons invite your attention. Our assort ments are large enough to please all. •t-T. -i vjv,'-a A. ll a -P on 1 'i -7 1 0"