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WEDDING OF MISS
0UVE PATTERSON
Prominent Denison Girl Becomes Bride
of Dr. C. M. Remsen in New
York at High Noon Today.
MAKRIED AT THE PLAZA HOTEL
Ui-ide Wore Ueautifirl Gown of Dark
filue Chiffon Velvet and Toque of
B|ack V/ith French Plumes.
New York City, Nov. 29.—(Special
U« 'i he Review)—Before a few friends
and immediate relatives of both fam
ilies* Miss Elizabeth Olive Patterson,
of Wenisou, Iowa, daughter of Mr.
James Harris Patterson, a prominent
retired banker of the same place, be
came the bride of Dr. Charles Mailo'ry
Hem sen, son cf President and Mrs.
Ira Itemsen, of John Hopkins univers
ity. The ceremony took place at high
noon in the white and gold room of
Uie Plaza hotel, 59th Broadway, Hew
Wfw* City, the Reverend Slattery, of
GVace church, being the officiating
clergyman.
Miss. Patterson, who was £iven away
tier father, bad a3 her only attend
vw SW fcer cousin, Miss Miriam Patter
son*, ol Omaha, Neb. The bride was
attired in a handsome suit of dark "blue
Chiffon velvet and wore A close fit
ting. toque of black with fiat French
Ithmies. The bridal boquet was of
lilies of the valley and orchids. The
maid of honor wore a beautiful gown
of rose colored broadcloth, a liat of
black with white aigrettes and carried
.American beauties.
Mrs. Patterson wore a violet colored
gowii trimmed in black fur and lacc.
Mrs. Remsen was gowned in Mack
mid- wxiile with trimming of Venetian
'point lace. Dr. Karnsen was attended
by Ms brother, Mr. Ira Remsen, of
H\w York, who acted as best man.
Tfeflre were no ushers.
following the ceremony a wedding
breakfast was served in the state din
ing room. Among the guests were:
Mr. f»nd Mrs. omen Harris Patter
son, Denison, lo#a Pres. and Mrs.
Ira h'emsen, Haitiraore, Md. Mr. and
Mrs. Mose Soutliworth, Springfield,
Mass. Mr. Louia and Miss Helen Mai
lory. New York, N. Y. Mr. D. G. Pat
terson, Omaha, Neb. llnsign 1). C.
Patterson, Jr. of the United States
icivy Messrs. Richard, Kenneth and
John Patterson, of Kansas City, Mo.
Mr. R. H. Patterson, of Chicago Mr.
M.I. Patterson, Hagerstown, Md. Dr.
John King, of Baltimore Mrs. H. J.
Patterson, College Park, Md. General
and Mrs. J. lord Kent, U. S. Arsenal,
Watervliet, N. Y.
following the breakfast. Dr. and
fAra. Charles M. Remsen departed for
a' trip through the 'north, after which
they will go to the West Indies Tor a
Short stay. They will reside at
Georgian Terrace hotel in Atlanta,
Ga., where Dr. Remsen will enter the
l)r8ctice of his profession.
Most every fellow you meet iy tired
gf,
#iis job.
patronize those who advertise.
Parisian Ivory
The newest of the new in the way of
material for all toilet articles is repre
sented in our stock by Toilet, Manicure
and Military Sets, Combs, Brushes,
Mirrors and all sorts of miscellaneous
articles. We didn't forget the baby,
either, and have a large variety of in
fants' sets. This ware should appeal
to you, as it is both beautiful and serv
iceable.
Holiday Goods
We have about everything you can
think of under this heading and will
mention a few just to remind you: Col
lar and Cuff Boxes, Necktie Boxes,
Post Card Albums, Shaving Sets,,
Smoking Sets, Games, Books, Candy,
etc.
GOODRICH NEWS.
Mrs. E. McNeal enjoyed a visit from
her brother and family, who live south
of Denison, Sunday.
Miss Lessie Cose visited her friond,
Miss Goldie Mason, Sunday.
Carl Winey lost a steer Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Morris and babe,
who have been visiting at the L. F.
Morris home, wont to Dow City Mon
day to visit relatives. Miss Morris
accompanied them aH far as Denison.
George Newcom was down Monday
from Boyer to give his father-in-law
a lift at corn picking.
Mr. and Mrs. p. D. ^ew^on enjoyed.
a.Yisit from thpir daughter Tuesday,,,
Mrs. Newcom remained over niglit
with her sister, Mrs. A. D. Winey,
and spent Wednesday at the B. Bea
man home visiting her friond, Mrs.
Elsie Green, of Dakota.
John Cos© was a Denison visitor
this week.
Eugene Brogdcn is home again. He
left his brother, Clarence,, better.
Asa Brown and family were in town
the latter part of the week.
Clay Morris and Ilia wife's brother
came up from Dow City Saturday and
took dinner -with l». P. Morris and
daughter, returning the same day.
Kirs. Chas. Robertson is enjoying a
visit from her slater, Miss Edith
Williams.
Dale Cose and family visited Sun
day at the homo of her father.
Mrs. A. G. Myera and children spent
Sunday at the home of her sister, Mar
garet Brogdcn.
Bid Cose arid family visited at the
U. S. Dunbar homo Sunday.
On account of tlie light corn crop,
farmers are nearly done husking.
This is Thanksgiving week. Don't
forget to count.ypur blessings they
are many, oven if you don't have a big
fat turkey for your Tfiatilcagiving din1
ner.

MORGAN ITEMS.
Friends of Mrs. John Ixjrenwcn gath
ered at her home November 28th to
help her celebrate her birthday.
J. 11. Jensen and Kddie Struck made
a business trip to Omaha last Tues
day, returning the same week.
Mrs. G. F. Vogt spent Saturday of
last week visiting lier sitseer in Char
ter jOak.
Lulu Girard, teacher of No. li, spent
Saturday and Sunday at her home near
Schleswig in Otter Creek township.
Gcandpa Wulf, is up .and around
after a slege pf illness. It is hoped by
hjs inapy, (riejida tliat he will soon re
cover.
There will be no school in any dis
tricts Thanksgiving day and some of
the teachers will take the Friday fol
lowing so as to spend Thanksgiving
at their homes.
The windmill on C. V. Vogt'H farm
makes it look up to date
What has become of the fellow
who called his father "Pap?"
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Perfumery
People are fastidious in their per
fumery requirements and we have tried
to meet these needs by "stocking up"
with such sterling goods as Solon
Palmer's, Jurgens' and Lorenz's, to
gether with the specialties of other
good perfumes.
We are carrying a nice assortment of
25 cent and 50 cent packages and you
will find them convenient to drop into
your incomplete Xmas packages.
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THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, NOV.
R. KNAUL, Pharmacist,
The case arose in one of the interi
or counties of the state where a mem
ber of the school board, who is au in
surance agent, Is trying to get the
board to take insurance on school
buildings in the companies which such
member represents.
That portion of the opinion directly
affecting the question says, "Aside
from the statutory prohibition iigainst
the practice the common law prohibits
a member of the school board from
selling materials or supplies to the
school district. The logic of this case
applies with equal force to the selling
of fire insurance to the aehool district,
uoth are against the public policy."
Based on Court Opinion.
".'The opinion is based on the case of
Bey against Davidson in the'1
S3 Iowa
supreme court reports. That case lays
down the board rule that no person in
a judiciary capacity or serving in a
capacity of public trust has the legal
right to do any act, make any deal for
his principle which will result in a
financial profit to him. Special atten
tion is given to school boards, city
councils, boards of supervisors and
persons serving in such capacities.
The case holds that not only is it il
legal but against sound public policy.
It is quite probable, in thu opinion of
attorneys who were asked eoncerning
the opinion that it applies to condi
tions in Des Moines and might be in
ferred to embrace the renting of of
fices in the Fleming block from Robert
Fleming, president of the board.—Des
Moines Capital.
MILFORO CENTER-
Mrs. Win. Hook, of Manilla, and
Joseph and Nellie Collins, of Denison,
visited the last of the week at the
C. E. Breen home.
Frank and Robert Hawley spent
Sunday and Monday at Clarinda.
Miss Lessie Sleehta is visiting her
The Calamity Howlers Say "No Christmas"
Just take a look into our store and tell them they are mistaken. We have taken
pains to meet the needs of our patrons in all of the following lines, and if you really
obliged to make your funds reach along way then by all means let us gura with you.
We are after your trade by
giving more value for less money than
you can possibly get anywhere else. Try
us and see. Phone orders promptly filled.
MEMBERS CANNOT
SELL SUPPLIES
8pecial Counsel Lee Renders Opinion
Relative to Members of School
Board Selling Supplies.
CANNOT WRITE FIRE INSURANCE
Opinion Most Sweeping—Holds That
It Is Not Only Illegal, but Not
Sound Public Policy.
Members of the school board have
no legal right to write fire insurance
on any property belonging to the
school district, neither do they have
any right to sell any supplies or ma
terials .to the school board, accord
ing to an important opinion handed
down by N. J. Lee, special counsel of
the state department of justice.
The opinion goes even further than
this and makes the sweeping asser
lior that members of a school board
have no legal right to deal with the
board of which they are members, for
supplies for the district if by the deal
such member is to make any money.
29,1911.
Dolls
Do not neglect getting that Doll
ready.
If she needs anew head, body or wig
let us supply you. Our line of heads
is represented in Bisquie, Metal and
Celluloid, and we have both kid and
cloth bodies—the former in full cork,
half cork and hair stuffed.
A nice line of dressed dolls on hand.
sister, Mrs. Taylor, and daughters.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Byrnes, of Ged
des, S. D„ spent Thursday at the Jas.
Byrnes home.
Thos. Hutchinson and family spent
Saturday at the county seat.
Mrs. Scaggs, of Denison, is visiting
Richard Robinson and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Swan Johnson were
pleasantly surprised Friday evening
by a large company of neighbors and
friends. A very social evening was
spent, at the close of which a de
licious luncheon was served.
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NISHNABOTNY.
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Mrs. James Tate visited at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Pete Portz,
in Denison, last Thursday evening.
Miss Alma Steinkeuhler was home
for an over-Sunday visit.
Dave ComstalK and sister, Dolly,
accompanied by Bertha and Fritz
Arnold, drove to Charter Oak, Satur
day for au over-Sunday visit at the
Emil Specht home.
Barney Mundt spent Sunday with
Barney and August Loewe.
Mr. Jaines McCullough of near Vail
spent Tuesday evening with Mr. F.
McSorley.
Henry and Fiddie Harmman visited
at the August Loewe home last Tues
day evening.
A number from this vicinity attend
ed the dance given at Jake Rustqr
holtz's Saturday evening.
Simon McLinn spent Sunday with
relatives here.
FILLS VACANT PULPIT.
L. H. Mayne, Editor of Palo Alto Re
porter, and Candidate for Repre
sentative to Preach.
L. H. Mayne, publisher of the Pa'.o
Alto Reporter of Emmetsburg, has
been appointed as pastor of the Meth
odist church at Livermore. The re
cent session of the Northwest Iowa
conference left Livermore "to be sup
plied." When the need of a man was
pointed out to Mr. Mayne by District
Superintendent Smylie, he consented
to supply until such time as a regular
pastor can be secured. Mr. Mayne
was a candidate at the primary elec
tion in 1910 to succeed Congressman
Frank Woods. The Reporter is the
leading republican paper in that sec
tion.
Tl.e electric light company is felici
tating itself that the break, which oc
curred some ten days ago, has been
fully repaired and the arc lights are
again in commission. The company
was considerably embarrassed, not be
cause of the less in income, but be
cause of the failure to furnish street
light during the dark nights whiie the
revival services were being held, and
because of the unjust criticisms in
dulged in by a few on account of the
absence of the lights. People gener
ally, however, were charitable enough
not to find fault, because they kHew
it was not the fault of the company
that the delay in the restoration of the
lights occurred.
Now is the time to subscribe.
Advertisement for Bids for Construction
of Street Improvement.
Sealed proposals will be received at
Hit- office of the city clerk of Denison,
Iowa, until 2 o'clock p. m., on the 12th
dixy of December, 1911, for furnishing
labor \nd materials for street improve
ment on the following streets and parts
of streets, to-wit:
That part of Benefit street from the
center of the intersection of Benefit and
Wall* street to a line produced intersect
ing the center of the alley running east
und west through block sixty-seven (6 0,
thence due west to the bank of the
Hoyer river, all in Denison, Iowa, by
sewering the same with a ten (10) inch
vitrilied .sewer pipe.
Kaid seiver shall be constructed of ten
(10) inch vitrified salt glazed sewer
tile, and manholes and flush tanks shall
lie done-'in accordance witli plans and
specifications of the city engineer, Jiow
on tile with the city clerk, wnic/i plans
and specifications are by reference made
a part of this advertisement.
i'..e lollowirtg is.an approximate esti
mate of ttie work to be done:
]»20 feet of ten-inch vitrified sewer
tile
3 manholes.
All bids must be accompanied in a
separate envelope by a certified check
payable to the city treasurer in the sum
of one hundred and fifty ($150) dollars,
as security that the bidder will enter
into the contract for the construction
of the contemplated street improvement
and will give bond as required.
When the said street improvement as
contracted for lias been completed and
accepted by the city council the cost and
expense of such street improvement, ex
cept such part thereof as shall be pay
able from the city sewer fund, shall be
assessed against the property abutting
thereon and adjacent thereto to a dis
tance of one hundred and fifty (-1H0)
feet, as by law provided, and the city
shall issue bonds for such part of said
assessment as shall not be paid in cash,
and as soon as sueli bonds shall be ne
gotiated the contractor shall receive pay
ment on the contract to the amount in
which tho abutting and adjacent prop
erty to a distance of one hundred and
fifty (1 ")0 feet was assessed thereon,
but no money shall be due under the
contract on that portion payable from
the assessment against abutting proper
ty- and adjacent property to a distance
of one hundred and fifty (150) feet until
the said bonds are issued and negotiat
ed as by law provided, or the city has
had a reasonable time so to do.
The cost and expense of said street
improvement at spaces opposite property
owned by the city of Denison or the
United States, and any deficiency where
tile special assessment, which may be
levied against any lot or tract of land
shall be insulllcient to pay the cost of
t''e improvement shall be paid from the
city sewer fund as by law provided.
Said street improvement shall be
commenced on or before the l!th day of
March, 1912, and shall be completed on
'r before the 1st day of May, 1912, and
shall be kept in repair at the expense
of the contractor for one year from the
'ate of its acceptance by the city coun
cil.
sufficient bond, to be approved by the
si'.fliec-nt bond, to be approved by the
:itv council, obligating the contractor
and his bondsmen to a faithful perform
ance of the contract and to keep the
said street improvement In good repair
for a pferiod of one year after the ac
ceptance of the same by the city council.
Bids will be publicly opened at the
city hall at 2 o'clock p. in. on the 12th
iay of December, 1911, and the city
council will act thereon at a council
meeting to bo held at 8 o'clock p. in.
on the same day, and wiy let the con
tract in the name of the city to the
lowest bidder, but all bids may be re
jected.
Ilids should be on printed blanks,
which may be had from the city clerk
on request.
l»:t.od this 21st day of November, 1»11.
10. F. Tl'OKTOR,
4S-2t City Clerk of Denison, Iowa.
It is said that lock jaw has been
known to attack a woman.
Advertising is the greatest thing
in the world, for it has no substitute.
Hand Bags
We know we are incompetition with
the general stores on this proposition,
and for that reason we have expended
no small effort in selecting a line that
would represent not individuality and
quality alone, but would carry with it
prices that would sell the goods. We
invite inspection and comparison.
Cut|Glass
Those able to judge by comparison,
say that our prices on cut glass are
more favorable to the buyer than can
be obtained elsewhere. We are show
ing a nice line and would like you to
see it.
DE3NISON,
IOWA
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NOTICE IK ntOBATE.
State of Iowa, Crawford County, ss.—
In Probate.
In the matter of the estate of Ferd
inand Pranshke, late of Crawford coun
ty, deceased.
Notice of Appplntment of Administratrix
To Whom It May Concern:
You are hereby notified that on the
ISth day of November, 1911, the under
signed was duly appointed Adminis
tratrix of the above entitled estate, and
all creditors of said estate are notified
to tile their claims in the office of the
clerk of the district court, in and for
Crawford county, Iowa, within one year
from the date of this notice, according
to law, and have the same allowed and
ordered paid by the said court, or stand
forever barred therefrom.
fated November 13, 1911.
.TOHANNAH PRANSHKE,
Administratrix.
Conner & Lally, Attorneys. 48-3t
NOTICE IN PBOBATE.
Stute of Iowa, Crawford County, ss.—
1 l'rohate.
In the matter of the estate of Patrick
Fineran, late of Crawford county, de
ceased.
Notice of Appointment of Executor*.
To Whom It May Concern:
You are hereby notified that on the
22d day of November, 1911, the under
signed were duly appointed Executors
of the above untitled estate, and all
creditors of sai-1 estate are notified to
file their claims in the office of the clerk
of the district court, In and for Craw
ford county, Iowa, within one year from
the date of this notice, according to law,
and have the same allowed and ordered
paid by the said court, or stand forever
Jarred therefrom.
Dated November 21, 1911.
UKIDGKT FINURAN,
WILiI.IAM FIfWORAN,
Dated November 20,
Executors.
Conner & Lally, Attorneys. -18-31
NOTICE IN PBOBATE.
State of Iowa, Crawford county, ss
In Probite.
In the matter of the estate of N. P.
Larson, late of Crawford countv, de
ceased.
Notice of Appointment of Executrix.
Ti Whom It May Concern:
You are hereby notified that on the
l"th (iay of November, 1911, the under
signed was duly appointed Kxecutrix
of tho above entitled estate, and all
creditors of said estate are notified to
tile their claims in the office of the
clerk of the district court, in and for
Crawford county. Iowa, within one year
from the date of this notice, according
to law, and have the same allowed and
ordered paid by the said court, or stand
forever barred therefrom.
1911.
CHRISTINA LARSON,
P. .T. Klinker, Kxecutrix.
Attorney for Executrix. 47-3t
Notice in Probate.
State of Iowa, Crawford County, ss.—
In Probate.
In the matter of the estate of Christ
Ilennings, late of Crawford county, de
ceased.
Notice of Appointment of Administratrix
With Will Annexed.
Whom It May Concern:
You are hereby notified that on the
22d day of November, 1911, the under
signed was duly appointed Administrat
rix with will annexed of the above en
titled estate, and all creditors of said
estate are notified to tile their claims
in the office of the clerk of the district
court, in and for Crawford county,
Iowa, within one year from the date of
this notice, according to law, and have
the s.'tinu ftllov.cd and ordered paid by
the said court, or stand forever barred
therefrom.
Dated Denison, Iowa. Nov. 24, 1911.
MARY TIKNNINGS,
Administratrix with Will Annexed.
P. J. Klinker.
Attorney for Administratrix. 48-3t
One way to lose a friend is to have
him get rich while you remain poor.
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