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•Y ,# a-' 4 4 IL'". This Paper— limed In Two Section* Section One. Pages one to 8. VOL. SO -W^sp.. CONVENTION WAS HOST INSPIRING Women's Foreign Missionary Society Convention Thursday and Friday Was Well Attended TALK BY EVA GREGG WILSON Entertainment Furnished Visitors Won Much Praise—Excellent Luncheon Was Served. The convention of tlie Woman's For eign Missionary society of the Coun cil Bluffs district, held at tins Meth odist church in ueiuson on Thursday nnd Friday, was a most inspiring and helpful meeting from every standpoint There were but few changes in tlie program as announced in last week's Review. The Interest throughout thtf con vention was good and tlie attendance was excellent, there being in the neighborhood Of sixty delegates pres ent from different towns in tlie dis trict. The special-music as furnished- by. the organist, Miss Hazel Laub, and the Methodist choir, by Mr. Bnrborka with his harp, by a,young ladies' quar tet from Dow City and the Denison col Isge quartet was greatly appreciated. Mrs. Eva Clregg Wilson, a returned missionary, whq,has spent manv years in India, delighted everyone with her splendid addresses. Mrs. Martha- Stahl Beall, one of the officers of the Des Moines Conference Missionary society, also gave excel lent servio 0. The entertainment furnished the visiting delegates won most enthusi astic praise. On, Friday noonday luncheon was nerved in Hie lecture room, cafeteria style, and in tlie eve ning the "ladies served an excellent dinner, at which time toasts were re sponded to, and there were reports from the Standardbearers, the Young People's socletie's of this district. This was a most delightful phase of the convention. Friday afternoon at the close of the program the visiting del egates were taken' in automobiles for a sight seeing tour of the city. The Friday evenitig program was rendered very largely by the young people, and was. full of interest. All in all it was a great.convention. Reports from over the district showed the worksite in a. flourishing condi tio^ with'«vir increasing interest. The ladies or,the local society who AJdricb chas HisidhctJ strict The Denlson society is one of the strongest In the conference and has made a good record for large contri butions during the past fifteen or twenty years of its history. We understand'the next convention will ho held at Coin, in the extreme southern part of tlie district. The officers elected for tlie ensuing year are as follows: President, Mrs. 10. W. -Pierce, Denl son. First Vice President, Mrs. C. R. K( logg,. Shenandoah. Second Vice President—Mrs. C. 11. nichards. Northboro. Third Vice President, Mrs. S. L. ViiiiSlyke. Manilla. Recording Secretary, Mrs. A. 1/. Miclcel. Council Bluffs. Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. C. L. Voss, Denison. Treasurer, Mrs. Harvey A. Johnson, Logan. Secretary Rxten&ion Work, Mrs. (irace Bauer, Glenwood. Supt. Young People's Work, Mrs, W. N. Graves, Woodbine. Supt. Children's Work, Mrs. I. R. McClynicnd, Malvern. A. J. BOND SELLS RESIDENCE. Mr. C. M. Jensen, of Carroll, Purchas es This Beautiful 'Residence Site —Consideration $4,200. Mr, A. J. Bond' litis sold his resi dence properly on Hast Chestnut streetwta Mr. C. M. Jensen, of Carroll. Cor a consideration of $4,200, the deal being consummated on Friday of last week. For several months Mr. Jensen has been endeavoring to purchase a suit able :residence in Denison, intending tft move hero from (Carroll, where he bus resided for the past yenr. Last winter he sold Ills interest in the Car roll laundry and naturally wished to return to Denison, where lie couiil better look after Ills two farms locat ed on the outskirts of the city. We are told that Mr. and Mis. Bonil will leave this spring for an extended visit at points in the west, but that they will not leave Denison perma nently. Mrs. J. T. Uaugh was pleasantly en tertained ut tlie. Mr. M. Conroy home near Arlon on'Tftttraday of last week. •--riw ft'TV-T* curator, I A -"•. CIRCUS TO VISIT DENISON. Gollmar Bros. Show to Exhibit Hfre Thursday, May 20th—Big Me- 1 nagerie Main Attraction. "System and efficiency" is tlie mot to of the modern successful business man in no business is this motto more closely adhered to than in tlie management of a large circus such as Gollmar Bros. America's Greatest Shows, which is to exhibit at Denison on -Thursday. May 20th. In a show the size of Gollmar Bros, if a definite plan were not followed out faithfully chaos would be tlie result. Wi.en the performance is over at nigtit. every piece of show property front the smallest' piece of rope or stake to the monster canvas under which tlie t-ifcus performance is giv en, is leaded in the sume place in the same wagon, the wagon is hauled to the same place on tlie same car of the train by the same team. This or der is not varied from one end of the season to tlie other. A big circus like the Gollmar Bros, moves too fast to stop to teach any one, therefore, efficiency is tlie first requirement of everyone with the show, from the humblest canvasman to the highest salaried employee on the pay roll, all must understand their business thoroughly, aijd he prepared to do the work they are engaged for at all. times and under all conditions. Gollmar Bros, have added the entire collection of trained wild animals of circus for this season, and the big Herr Driesbock to their mammoth combined shows will exhibit at Den ison on Thursday, May 20th. MORE WOLF BOUNTIES PAID Auditor P. J. Portz Pays Out $70.00 for Cub Wolf Scalps During the Past Week. County Auditor P. J. Portz believes that if wolf scalp bounties continue coming in for the next few weeks as fast as they have during the past month that Crawford county will ceasc to be a rendezvous for wolves. During the past week twenty wolf scalps were turned in to the auditor's office and warrants totalling $70.00 were paid for the scalps. Those turn ing in scalps and the amounts paid are as follows: April 28th. Ira Brundigq, Boyer township. 7 cub wolf scalps* $28.00. May 1st, Minnie Carbaugh, Union township, 8 cul) wolf scalps, $32.00. May 3d, Frank Mitchell, Hayes township, 5 cub wolf scalps. $20.00. ®j" Denison was greatly honored by the visiting ladles by having two of her womcn re-elected to office, Mrs. R. \V. Pierce being re-elected president of the society and Mrs. C. L. Voss as corresponding secretary. DEATH OF MRS. D. A. CALLAHAN Known in Denison As Miss Isabelle Campbell, Formerly Trimmer for Balle-Brodersen Store.' Denison friends of Mrs. D. A. Cilia han, who was formerly Miss Isabelle Campbell, will be pained to learn of her death which occurred at her home at Fremont, Neb., on Tuesday of last week, following the birth of a son. The baby is healthy and doing well. Mrs. Callahan was .'17 years of age and before her marriage over a year ago was a resident of Council Bluffs, where her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex ander Campbell, now" reside. Her hus band is a prominent man of Fremont, holding the position of freight agent for the Union Pacillc railway. Miss Isabelle Campbell lived here in Denison for almost three years, be ing employed as trimmer in the milli nery department of the Balle-Broder sen store, and during her residence here made mnny__frlends. She was a young lady or pleasing personality and held in high esteem by all with whom she came in contact. REVIEW PUBLISHES STATE LAW. New Law for Purchase and Condem nation of Land for Highways to Avoid' Matter of Expense On another page of this week's is sue will be found one of the new laws passed by the state legislature and which will go into effect' this week. This new, law provides for the pur chase or condemnation by boards of supervisors of land for highway pur poses in order to avoid unnecessarilv cxpensive bridges or grades and to avoid railway crossings and to straight en roads to avoid bad turns and cor ners. It will be noticed that this law goes into effect as soon as published in the Denison Review and the Des Moines News, an amendment which was ro«de to it by Representative P. J. Klinker when tiie bill was up for consideration before tho house. Mr. O. 10. Bratnson. editor of the Dunlap Reporter, was a business vis itor in Denison yesterday. Whilq in tlie city lie made the Iteview office a call. Mr. and Mrs. August Weinbrandt, of Vail, were pleasant visitors in Den ison last Friday. While here Mr. Weinbrandt called at the Review office and extended his subscription for all ot lie,- year. v- •r n- rippir«i^/ I ... ?r, BAPTISTS HOLD 3-DAY SESSION Beginning With Next Tuesday After noon, the Baptist People Will Entertain Many Delegates. 100 DELEGATES IN ATTENDANCE Guests Will be Entertained Noon and Evening at Normandy—Recep tion Held at Church. Wo publish below the program of tho three days' -session of the Des MoinertWestern Bai list association, which opens next Tuesday at p. m. Tlie district embraces the territory from Ft. Dodge to Perry and from Boone to Missouri Valley. There will be perhaps one hundred delegates in attendance. All the people of Denison are invited to come in at any time and enjoy the programs. The guests will be served at noon and evening at the Normandy and every thing'is being done to make it a pleasant and profit* able time for all. The church will hold an informal receptiito in the church parlors after the service on Tuesday evening. I Tuesday Afternoon. o:00—Praise Service, ftev. T. A. Searcy, Perry. 2:30—Round Table on "Budget Plan, Conducted by Dr. S. E. Wilcox, Den Moines. Benediction. Tuesday Evening 7:30—Praise Service. Mrs. F!. P. Will iams, Denison. 8:00—Address of Welcome on Behalf of Ministerial Association—Rev. J. C. Tourtellot. Address'of Welcome on Behalf of Rn tertaining Church—Rev. 1*3. P. Will iams, Denison. Response—Rev. C. F. McMann, Carrol) 8:30—Annual Sermon—Rev. W. R. Adams, Rockwell City. Appointment of Nominating Commit tee. Benediction. Reception of Delegates in Church Par lors in charge of Mrs. J. H. Dunbar. Wednesday Forenoon 9:00—Praise Service—Rev. II. L Krnst, Logan. 0:30—Reading Church Letters. Election of Officers. 11:00—Address—Rev. G. P. Mitchell, Missionary Secretary. Des Moines. Wednesday Afternoon fe&tS Women's Session In charge of Mrs. 1*3. P. Williams, Pres ident, Denison. l-.JO^rPrarse Servlee—Mrs. CartpbeU, Missouri- Valley. 2:00—Business: Election of IJfficers: President, Secretary-Treasurer. Missionary Rducatiou—Miss Mary L. Kringlc, Carroll. Solo—Mrs. Broyles. llarlan. 2:30—News From the Field—M r,i. Hat tie Stewart, Rockwell City. 00—Young Ladies' Work—Mrs. F. Warren, Boone. Song—Primary Department, Denison. Round Table, Conducted by Mrs. Harry Carpenter, Denison. What Shall We Render Unto God? Of fering. A Great Field of Opportunity—Miss Mary Parish, Sac City. Wednesday Evening. 7:30—Praise Service—Rev. Clifford Cox, Jefferson. 8:00—Address, "Tithing."—Dr. J. B. Smith, Waterloo. Offering for Ministerial Relief. Benedict ion. Thursday Forenoon D:00—Praise Service—Rev. Norman It. Hill. Sac City. Sunday School Work In charge of Rev. W. 10. Adams, Rock well City. 0:30—How to Roost a Sunday School. —Mr. Geo. L. Miller, Carroll. Address—Mrs. R. P. Plimpton, Deni son. S. S. Round Table, Conducted by Rev. J. A. Lapliam, Des Moines. 11:00—Doctrinnl Sermon—Rev. D. P. Odell, Ft. Dodge. Benediction. Thursday Afternoon 1:30—Praise Service—Rev. A. O. Broyles, llarlan. 2:00—Reports of Committees. Uutluished Business. 2:30—B. Y. P. IT. Work in charge of Rev. D. P. Odell, President. Thursday Evening 7*: 30—Praise Service—Rev. George A. Campbell. Address, "Rvangelism."—Dr. John A. Rarl, Des Moines. Adjournment. Miss Harriet Ilall entertained the mothers of the children of her kinder garten classes at the central school building Friday afternoon. The little folks wore not in attendance, but the fond mothers undertook to carry on their class work and kept busy mak ing May baskets, weaving, etc. We have it from very good authority that the work done by the mothers did not any where near compare to that done by their children. Late in tho after noon Miss Hall served light refresh ments and tho guests departed after a very enjoyable afternoon. -w'^mm, wp** ty*•• 77//S WEEK'S NEWS THIS WEEK, NOT NEXT WEEK DENISON, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1915. NEW CAFE "THE CRAWFORD': Judges Select Name of "The Craw ford" for New Cafe—T. J. Kelly and Roy Gebert Win Prize. Tho $25.00 cash prize offered by Messrs. Mill & Heclit, proprietors of the new cafe for a name for their place of business, was awarded to Mr. T. J. Kelly, of Des Moines, and Roy Gebert, of Denison, both of whom en tered the name of "The Crawford." In asmuch cs the judges decided that this was tlie best name entered and as it had been entered by two different parties, the prize was divided equally between tliem. We understand that Mr.' Kelly has notified Messrs. Mill & Hccht to turn over ills part of tlie prize to the baseball organization. Over three hundred names were en tered in this contest and every one was taking an active interest in nam ing Denison's new jtnd up to date cafe, it was no easy matter for C. L. Ducander, W. R. Jenkins and Roy R. £1ote, who acted as judges, to select the most appropriate name out of tlie three hundred, but after canvassing the names, for some' time they came to a decision. Tho proprietors are, not as well pleased with the name selected by the judges as they are with some oth ers that were suggested and may de cide to use' some other name. DEATH OF PHILIP MICHELS. Forn:er Resident Here Died at His Home in Ames Saturday After Illness of Short Duration. News was received in Denison Sat urday of the death of Mr. Philip Michels at his home in Ames on that day, following a brief illness. Mr. Michels was formerly a resident of Denison and han many friends here wiio were pained, to learn of his'sud den demise. Philip Louie Michels was born on Aug. 1ft, 1875, in Germany, and in 188-1, at the age of'iiin6 years, came with his parents to America, locating at Ida Grove. Iowa, where ho lived until he reached manhood. He-was united in marriage to Miss Pjiror.ia Biggs here in Denison on: the 24th day uf Sep tember, 1905, and resided iiore for sev eral years before moving to Ames. He was a tailor by trade and a prolicicnt and competent .wofrkman, whose serv ices were always in demand. For some time ha conducted a dry clean ing and pressing ^establishment at Ames, but lately has been employed at 'fhe Holmes C|ttliy.»Shcp.J When tB£ "SiiUntsJi-Anioricaib war broke .out he enlisted and was ii) the south awaiting orders to be transport ed to Cuba when he was taken down with the dreaded fever and after his recovery received an honorable dis charge. lie was a kind nnd loving husband, a good neighbor and friend whose sud den death was a great shock to all. He leaves to mourn his death his beloved wife and one daughter, Lina, his aged mother and tliroo sisters. Relatives from Denison who were in Ames Monday afternoon attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. 11. W. Faul, Mr. and Mrs. ('has. Robinault, Lafay ette Biggs, Mrs. Ralph Beainan, Mr. W. A. Biggs and Mrs. Guy Blackmail. The funeral services were held at the family residence at 2:30 o'clock Monday afternoon. Rev. Thuereson, pastor of the .Methodist church, offici hting, after which interment was made in the Ames cemetery. The ladies of the Friday club have requested the Review to make mention of tlie fact that the Register and Lead er will print a speaiul edition on next Wednesday, May 12th, which will be devoted to the state work of woman suffrage. The various departments in this special edition arc to be edited by prominent club women in the state, witli special articles contributed by people of local and national reputa tion. Miss Flora Dunlap Is the editor in chief and Mrs. George' W. Clarke, wife of the governor, will edit the Home and Children's departments. Sixty thousand copies of this edition are to be printed and sold for live cents a copy, the proceeds to be de voted to the state work for woman suffrage. Local people who wish to help out this cause by purchasing one or more copies are asked to noti''v Mrs. Carl B. Richardson, secretary of tho Friday club. Harry Gill, the Chicago horse buy er, will be in Denison on Tuesday, Alay lltli, at Limb's barn, and Craw ford county people who have horses for sale should by. all means bring tliem here on that day and let him make an offer on them. Mr. Gill is advertising in this iusue of the Review that he desires head of cavalry horses and mares from to 10 years old, weighing Iroin 1000 to 1100 pounds: also ruo head of artillery horses and marc- from to 10 years old, weight from 1000 to 1400. Read over his announcement elsewhere iu this issue. MENAGH'S Anniversary Sale announcement appears elsewhere S in this issue. Take advantage of the bargains offered 'iaiMinaiiia ii-umiuMiiiiii II -. .'' LOCAL HOSPITAL MAY BE SOLD Doctors Visit Denison With View of Purchasing the Denison Hospital to Use for Sanitarium. DIRECTORS WILL SOON DECIDE Sorre Stockholders Not Favoring Sale Unless Hocpital Can Be Used by Local Physicians for Patients There is a rumor current that the Denison hospital may be sold to two out of town doctors, who contemplate purchasing tho same fcr a sanitarium. These doctors, wiio are prominent physicians in a nearby town, are now conducting a sanitarium and are malv ing a success of it, but tlie railway facilities are not the best anil they are anxious to secure a location more suitable alid for some time have been considering Denison. They were tak en through the hospital yesterday and were well satisfied with the building and equipment and especially with the site overlooking the beautiful Boyer valley. We are informed that, letters have been sent to the stocUho'ders of the Denison hospital and a meeting will be called in the near future for the f.urpoce of deciding whether or not the property will be sold. Home of the stockholders, we are informed, will not be willing to sell the property If the hospital can not be used tor the caring for of patients of our local doc tors. They might be in favor of sell ing the hospital if it is possible to en ter into an arrangement whereby all local physicians may perform opera tions there and ha\e their patients cared for. The Denison hospital has not been a paying institution as all Denison people know, nor has it been self sus taining. There has been no end of work on the part,of the hosuital board to keep tho institution going and it has only been through the public spir itedness of our citizoii3 and ladies' clubs that enough money has been forthcoming to keep tlie hospital open. REE5BERG5 ERECTING BUILDING Are Building Work Shop and Dry Cleaning Establishment on Prop erty on Lower Main Street Ree .berg Bros, have commenced the eroct.ion of a modern building on Mr. A. B. Reesberg's lot at the corner of Chestnut and Main streets, which they will usi for a work shop and tlry denn ing establishment. They have found that their, quarters in the new opera house block are not large enough so tli&y decided to build a building where all the tailoring work will be done, as well as tho dry cleaning. Their room in the opera house block will be used for a salesroom entirely. The new building is being built of cement blocks and is 2S.\S8 feet in dimensions, one story high. It will front on Main street and a large por tion of the building will be devoted to a work shop for the tailors. The, remainder of the building is to bo fit ted up for dry cleaning and all of the latest appliances for the cleaning of clothes will be iustalleil. We are tola on good authority that the dry clean ing establishment will be the finest in western Iowa. With the new para phernalia they will be able to clean the finest of women's garments. The new building will he constructed so that workmen will have the best of light at all times of the day and the ventilation will be perfect. They ex pect to be able to occupy it the latter pari of this month. Mr. A. B. Reesberg. during his resi dence in Denison, lias built up a lurge tailoring trade, not only here in Den ison, but in the surrounding territory, llis brother only recently came from Illinois and has gone into the business with him and will have charge of the ladies' tailoring department. 1-le has had years of experience along this line and no doubt this part of tlie bus inesii will grow in proportion. Saturday was the busiest day in Denison since the tirxt of the year1 and Denison merchants wore kept busy from early morn till late at night waiting on customers. Most of the customers were from a distance tak ing advantage of tlie good roads. The streets were full of automobiles and around the court house a Review re porter counted over ninety machines parked along tho curbing, and it is safe to sny that over one hundred ma chines visited Denison during day. Denison is one of the best trad ing centers iu western Iowa and peo ple generally recognize this fact, com ing here from a distance of forty miles to purchase goods'. Denison business houses carry a complete line of merchandise with a varietv to se lect from that cannot he excelled out side of the larger cities. Miss Bessie Hall, of Duulap, arrived in Denison Saturday for a week end visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Myron Bell, south of town. J! ••.ihmiip.IImm P,*4 JUUij^p^^ CLASS RECITAL Pupils of Mis$ Hazel Laub Appear in Recital Last Saturday Evening— Fine Program Given. Tlie pupils of Miss Hazel Laub, ranging in age from seven to fourteen years, with a few of the older members of the class, held an excellent musi cal recital at tlie lfbrary club room on Saturday evening of iast week. The parents and friends of the perform ers, had been invited to attend the en tei'tainiuent. anil everyone present en joyed the unusually able performance of so many little tots, all of whom dis played so much interest and thorough training in their work. After the pro gram of the evening tlie gnest3 were invited to remain for a social hour and dainty refreshments were served by Miss Laub. The more advanced pupils of the class will hold a recital iu the near future. Below we print the program for the evening: Chinese Song Garnsey Mamma's Sewing Machine .. Aldrich Goodbye Dolly Aldrich Katherine Woolston Bauerntanz Gurlitt Sonnenschein Gurlitt Virginia Shields In the Hayloft Mokrej's Dancing Daisy Fields Mokrej's Dora Maas Round Dance Seeboeclc Olga Schroeder School's Out Smith The Old Soldier Smith Walton Runlet Waltz. Behr Walter Frese The Clock .' Rllsworth The Three Bears (.Who's Been in My Chair) Ellsworth Walter Sibbert The Rlf's Story Armstrong Lillian Finnern Playing Tag Cerwick Dance of the Brownies Laver Marie llawley Daisv Waltz Watson Bye Baby Bunting Watson Mary Patterson (2iU£grt. Lillian Finnern) The Little Trumpeter VonGall Greta Thompson Thome Spaulding Ruby Smith Spring Flowers Egghard Delia Pool To a Wild Rose MacDowell Rsther Randall Priscilla Lindsay Kdna Timni King's March Gambrel Irma Salomon Morning Prayer Streabog Marie Weiss Good Morning Lerman Good Night Lerman (From the Diary-of a Day Birds Welcome the Dawn, Cock Crow, The Child Arouses from Slum ber. Wide Awake. Good Morning. Nine O'C-lock. Kvening Prayer, Good Night, Lullaby, Fast Asleep. Margaret Kinney Return of Spring Beaumont Ruth SHletto Kvening Chimes lleins Nellie Bolton Sigh of Love Lavigne Maurino llamley March of the Pixies Brown (Charles Meyers Fifth Nocturn Leybach Florence Runlet MENAGH'S ANNIVERSARY SALE. Successful Department Store Cele brating Anniversary of Furniture Department With Special Sale The Menagii store is celebrating the anniversary of their furniture depart ment and are advertising!a big anni versary sale in all of the iVepartments of their store in this week's iJsue of the Review. Two full pages 'and a double page are required to present the buying public with some of tho values which tliev are offering. Tho management of this store knows the value of publicity and especially of advertising in tlie local newspapers, and tlifcy depend almost entirely on the local newspapers to acquaint the public with the exceptional values which they offer. Mr. .lamer, Menagh. Ilie manager of tho store, has entire charge of the ad vertising. and personally writes all of the copy for the ads which appear in the Denison papers. He understands merchandising from overv standpoint and in a pleasing way tells the gener al public, through his cds, about the goods vliich are handled by the Men store. He has found that this is the cheapest and mo-i effective ad verlising that he can do. We wish to call particular attention to the Menagh ads which appear in the second section of this paper. Mr. William Rabe and sister. Miss Birdie who have recently moved from near Iticketts to Sehleswig, were in Denizen on Friday last shopping and visiting Willi friends. Mr. N'els I'earson has purchased a tine Chevrolet touring car from l'aiitsch Bros. Mr. Pea.rson has nl readv learned to drive the car and his family cud friends are enjoying many nice rides. \'f ''ifoiyf..•*.. •A?'- a '.*»'-vwif^ryVfl" Mr. Head of the Fam ily: Don't begrudge the $1.50 it costs for the Review one year. It's worth it to your family. No. 18 RACES WILL BE HELD AT PARK Firemen Select Eaet Vine Street Just South of Washington Park for Their Race Track. BIG MERRY-GO-ROUND BOOKED Substantial Grandstand Will be Erect ed and Everything Made Pleas ant for the Visitors. The firemen held a meeting at tho city hall Friday evening ot last week to perfect arrangements lor the com ing tournament and transacted some important business. From aR indica tions the tournament is going to be a success from every standpoint. Word comes from Logan that they are going to havo a running team here to com pete for the line lot ot prizes, the first team which tliev have ever entered in a tournament. The grounds lor the tournament have been causing the fire bovs no 1 end of worry and this matter was fin ally disposed ot at. the meeting last week. For several weeks thev have been endeavoring to secure the ground belonging to the Northwestern rail road, located just south of the Illinois Central depot, but the Northwestern has leased this ground to one ot their employees Tor a term of years and it was impossible to make suitable ar rangements, so it was finally given up. It has been decided to have the races run on East Vine street trom Washington park to the new athletic park, and the city council has already allowed them the use of this street. It is planned to erect a grandstand on the south side of Washington park under the shade trees and the street will be fenced off with canvass While the location is not as good as the one tirst talked, of, the liremen are well Satisfied. The committee on concessions re ported that one attraction has already jjeen booked and that a big merrv-go round Jrom Boone, the owners paying $100 for this concession. While it in I early yet for the booking offattrac tionr,, a number of inquiries are al ready being receved and no doubt there will be plenty of sidiihpws, cane racks, etc., for the entertainment of I visitors before and after the races. Some of the advertising matter, has already been contraci^d for and weath erproof signs will be pasted. ttKOJJJSte out" this 'part pf thjBjBtate within- thtf next week or ten days. KELLY TO CLOSE OUT BUSINESS Retail Shoe Stock to be Closed Out— Wholesale Business Now De mands His Attention. AJr. W. E. Terry, manager of the Kelly shoe store in this city, informed a Review reporter this morning that Mr. T. J. Kelly has decided to close' out his stock of shoes here in Deni son and retire from retail businosa here. Mr. Kelly will start a sale to morrow and put prices on his stock which will insure their being sold within a short time. Mr. T. J. Kelly has been engage*) iu the retail shoe business in Denis for the past sixteen years or inori and during the time he was a resi dent here made a great success ot th« business. In fact he was so success ful with his Denison store that tie was able to branch out and purchased stores at many points in Iowa. A few years ago he moved to Des Moines, where lie has since been engaged In the wholesale shoe business and since then has not been able, to devote any of his personal attention to the Deni son store. Last year Mr. W. E. Terry was se cured by Mr. Kelly to manage the store and during this time the store has enjoyed a good patronage. Mr. Terry has not decided just what lwa will do"after the stock has been closed out, but is in hopes that he will be able tfi find a business opening hero. The many friends of the Terry family would certainly regret their remov ing from Denison. Sister Kdwina, who has been con fined to the hospital for a couple of weeks, is now improving and will be able to return to the parochial schooL some time next week. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Roesler. of 'Ash. ton. 111., arrived in Denison Friday and spent, the week end here visiting his aunt. Sister Marcella. Mr. and Mrs. Roesler v«re, married last February and have been spending their lionety nioon on the Pacillc coast. 'y Rev. W. 11. Cable, district superin tendent of the Methodist church, of Council Bluffs, Rev. A. B. Adanio, of Dow City, a id Rev. A. R. Grant, of Dunlap, were in Denison Monday spending the day with Rev. J. L. Boyd. In lb:' evening the third quarterly coo terence was held, Rev. Cable presid in:.\ v.'s? .si I 1V J.''