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5 THE OMAHA "DAILY BEE : RUNDAT , OCTCTBETC 1C , 1808.
COUNCIL BLUFFS. 3iivno.\ . fitockcrt Carpet Co. , :0-"i-:07 llwy. Moore's food kills worms and fattens. C. B. Jaciiutmln & Co. , Jewelers and op ticians , 27 South Main street. Will Eisemau. forraoilv n resident of thin lty , but now living In Salt Lake , Is visit ing Council Bluffs friends. J. C. IJtxby. heating and sanitary engineer. Plans and specifications for heating , plumb- lug and lighting. 202 Main , Council Bluffs. Uon't you think It must bo a pretty good laundry that can please BO many hundreds ot customers ? Well that's the "Eagle , " 721 Broadwav. Thirty-five cars loaded with alcohol from Pcorla and other distilling points , consigned to the Japanese government , were trans ferred yesterday from the Burlington to the Union Pacific. Mrs. Cornelius Armstrong died yesterday nt 237 Seventeenth avenue , aged 72 years. Death was'clue to old age * . The funeral will bo held this morning from the residence , at 10 o'clock and interment will bo In Falr- \le\f cemetery. Alfred Laurls. the Infant son of Mr. and MM. Ed. Schay. 1C01 South Tenth street , died yesterday , aged 0 months. The fu neral will bo held from thn residence this nflernnon at 2:30 : o'clock and Interment will li" In Falrvlow cemetery. A twin brother of the child was burled a few days ago. A trlegram received here by Attorney .Ia- rnb Sims , from W. E. Balnbrldge. states that ho has left I'ekln for the United States and will shortly be again nt home. No reasons are given In the telegram for thla nction of Mr. Balnbrldge. who has been second end secretary of the United States lega tion In China. The members of Canton Pottawattamle , No. 6. Patriarchs Mllltiint. Independent Or- < lor of Odd Follows , uro ordered to appear in full dress uniform nt Odd Fellows temple - plo tomorrow morning nt 8:30 : o'clock , from where thpy will go to Omaha tn participate In the cxcrclcew of Odd Fellows' day at the exposition. A mooting to complete arrange ment ? will bo held this afternoon nt 2 o'clock , nt which nil members are requested to be present. Physical perfection , the secret of beauty. Call 01 send for "Vlavl Message. " Vlavl Co. , 120iU""lam Block. N. V. Plurablnc company. Tel. 250. Odd Fellows' Grand Commandery Welcome Flogs for Bale at Delraven'u drug store. Wo have made nn extra effort In the se lection of our fall and winter underwear. No war tax on these goods. Metcalf & Mct calf. Walter Johnson , lawyer , notary. Sapp blk , Collections made everywhere la U. S. Those deslrlne conies of the Jubilee edi tion of The Uallv Bee can secure them al the Council Bluffs office of The Bee. Note * of the Court * . Henry Cornellson nnd Jennlo M. Smltt brought suit in the district court yester day against the estate ot ithe late W. F Slcdcntopf to have certain transfers o property mode by the late W. F. Sleden- topf to his wife set aside and the properlj inado subject to their claims. They alst Ocmand an accounting of rents received am proceeds of property sold , If any , by th ! heirs. .Mrs. E. L. Bellinger has commenced sul ! ligalnst iFannle F. Collins to set aside 't ' deed and secure possession of two lots It Williams' subdivision. In her petition.Mrs Bellinger sets up that last September sh < placed for sale with F. J. Day eighty acre : of land In this county. Ho disposed ot thi property for her for $2,000 , as aho clalini ho represented to her. Now she allrgc : that slnco then she has discovered that thi property was sold for $4,000 to ono Wtlsoi Smith , who paid $2,000 cash and decdci over for the remaining $2,000 the two lot she now seeks tn secure possession of. Thi deeds to thcso lots , she alleges , were madi to Fannlo F. Collins , the wife of a mai nbo assisted Day In making the trade whereas , she alleges , they should right fully have been deeded 'to ' her. .Mrs. Awllda Reed flled a petition for dl vorco from Peter Reed , to whom she wai married lu 1S81 in Ontario , Canada. Shi alleges drunkenness and cruel trcatmen and asks for the custody of the three mlno children. She also asks for $30 temporar : and $30 a month permanent alimony , Mr * . Aunio C. Putman also filed n petl tlnn for divorce , asking -the court to dls polvo the bonds that united her to Marqul H. Putman and which were- tied at Camden X. J , , In January , 1S93. She states Ilia . her husband deserted her October 2 , 18UC | | nnd she asks the court -to grant her tin custody of their ono child , Bertie M. Put man , who Is now 12 years of age. The Jury In the case of Thomas Dorset against J. B. Young brought In a verdlc yesterday afternoon for the defendant. Dor Belt sued for $1,200 for alleged services ti clearing land belonging to Young In Crescen .ownshlp In the year 183fi. I'ollro Court No ( < " > . Harry Egbert. H. Langdon and W. Mottaz the three young men who have been such i Miiircc of trouble to the police , had a hear Ing before Judge Aylesworth yesterda ; morning on the charge ot disturbing thi peace. The Judge let thorn off with a. suspended ponded fine of $10 and costs during good be bfivlor. but took occasion to road them tin riot act. He. told them tlmt if found on tin II streets at night at an unreasonable hou ' they would be arrested and ho would se < tn It that they served out this flno and an other larger one on the top of It. Robert E. Alchlu was taken Into custod ; nv the police yesterday afternoon as helm mentally deranged. He was arrested Ait KU t 8 for u similar reason and was turnei over to the county authorities , buO th Buaiel of Insanity Commissioners after In Ycstlgatlng hiH case ordered his release. Every top coat sold by Metcalf & Metcal is warranted to equal any made to ordc tailor garment for which you will pay twlc the monev. Why are Klein's cigars so popular ? As the boyr. who smoke only the best. F. S. Knapp xised Cole's Hot Blast heatc lust Don't grumble because you paid too muc for that suit you are wearing. It's you own fault. You should have gene to Met calf & Metcalf'K. where thsy soli only th best and at the lowest margin of profits. Unit ICxtiitc TrititHOrM , The following transfers were tiled ycstci day In Uin abstract , title and loan office c J. W. Squire. 101 Pearl street : "William Hulrd und wlfo to Fort Dodgn & Omaha Itullroiul company , uuvernmcut lot 3 unit uccrotloiiH In 11-75-44 , wd $2,2 ; B.iino to same , nc'.i ' swU 11-73-h and tiocretlontJ , w 0 1,2 * . Same to mimewMj nwU 11-75-44 ami accretions , w d & Charles Bixttollo to same , lot 10. blocl : 7. Hccrs' mill , w d 10 ; B.-iui" lu same , lot 11 , block 16 , Mul- lln'H subtltv.v d 1 ! S.I mo tu sumo lot 4 , block S. Boers' add. w d game to tmmc. ' ,4 of lot 3 , block 2 , Uo rH' ndd. w d l.W Samuel J. Howe to It. Grunt Robin son nil of Burkot 1'lucc , an add , ( | u d II. arnnt Robinson to Fort Dodge & Omnhu Hiillroud company , same , w d 3.01 Hunt ) O. Robinson to name , lot S , Mock 7. 1'ottor < t Cobli's ndd. w d. . . 6. lIoIiH ot Milton Tuotlo to fume , block : | , liccra' udd. w d 4,0i ! ' . T , True and wife to same , lot IS , block 1C. Mullln's tnibdlv. w d V. AvtiiKlon A. ICdglngtoii and wife In Kllu K. flippy , n W feet of lot 9 , Davis Purk add Avocu. w d. , & F. C' Louei'H mid \vlfo to Carl Cool , lot 7. block 45. Itlddlo's tuibdlv.v d . & Aaron L. Wellman und wlfo to J.V. . Squire , trustee , lot 4 , blocl ; S. Juck- nm'tt add. w d IfUen transfer * , totul J15. & NEEDS THE CROUND ITSELF Jubstanca of the Port Dodge's Answer to the Northwestern Demand , AMENDED PETITION FILED YESTERDAY President Duncomlic Rein Ont \Vliy He Think * III" Ilonil Should Ilnvc the Ground It Untight In the J u dm ) n Tract. It would appear that the Chicago & North western nnd the Fort Dodge & Omaha road , hove bren unable to arrive at an amicable settlement as to the right-of-way contro versy over the Judson tract recently pur chased by the latter load and that the matter will have to be arbitrated by the courts. J. F. Duncombc , president of the Fort Dodge ft Omaha road , Is In the eltj and yesterday filed an amendment to his petition for an Injunction restraining the Northwestern from Instituting condemna tion proceedings against the company's re cently acquired land. Ho also filed nr answer to the ? Northwestern's petition li the condemnation case. The amendmenl acts up that slnco the commencement o the action the engineers have completce their surveys and examination of the lane In controversy with reference to the loca tion of the plaintiff's ( Fort Dodge & Omaha : line of road and that to construct the roae nt the point In controversy on the eas sldo of the Northwestern' ! ) rlght-of-wa ; would entail enormous expense In the ex cavatlon eifthe - high bluff for a long dls tancc. The bluffs extcud so near to thi east line of the Northwestern's rlght-of way that plaintiff's road could not be con structPd on the east side without grea excavation , and further that to build thi road on this side would necessitate twi extra crossings of defendant's railroad which could bo avoided by constructing 1 on the west side It was for theSe reasons the amendment states , that the location 01 the west side of the Xorthwestern's right of-way over the premises sought to be con demned was adopted. In the answer filed it Is denied that o August 17 last or at any other tlmo th attorney for the Northwestern Informe John L. McCague , who made the purchas of the Judson tract for the Fort DoJg company , that the Northwestern desired t change Its line as shown In the blue prlc map filed by the Northwestern In the casi It admits , however , that the attorney dl Inform McCaguo that the Northwestern , de sired to purchase some of this land In or der to straighten Its line and that It wonl pay a reasonable price for it , but he dl not Indicate how or tn what manner th line was to be straightened or what pot tlon ot the land the Northwestern desire to purchase. It denies that when they purchased th land ot Judson , the Fort Dodge & Oman people had any knowledge that the North western had surveyed and staked out line for tbo rectification of Us lines. 1 also denies the statement made that at th tlmo of tbs condemnation proceedings had not set out any stakes or surveyed an line for Its proposed right-of-way. The Fort Dodge company admits the that there Is on the land and at the plac In controversy sufficient room for the COB structlon of lines of railway by both con panics , but denies that there will be rooi for the Fort Dodge & Omaha company I build Its lines without enormous addition : expense and at the expense of the cheat ness and feasibility of Its line If the Nortti western Is permitted to proceed with II condemnation proceedings , and take and ar proprlato land sought to be condemned b It. Such action tbo answer of the Foi Dodge road states would bo an unjust Ir frlngement on Its rights. In conclusion the answer sots forth th : the Interests of both roads and of the pul lie require that the conflicting claims t the use of the lands lu controversy bo ad Judlcated and decreed In equity , to the en that both roads can discharge their publ duties nnd exorcise their franchises by tli maintenance and operation of their re spectlvo roads on the cheapest , most dlrei and feasible lines. Judge Macy , accompanied by Prcsldet Duncombo and attorneys of both roads , too a trip yesterday afternoon over thei laud I controversy to as to be bettor able to Judg the matter when brought before him I court next Tuesday. What Is the use In paying $2ii and $30 fc a suit of clothes that you can get for ha the money at Metcalf & Metcalf's , Main an Pearl streets. Snap Shots , a beautiful souvenir of tt c.\porltion. containing reproductions of a the prominent buildings , together with blrd'H-cye nnd general views of the ground can be had at the Council Bluffs offlce < The Bee for 25 cents. H Is Just the thin to send to jour friends at a distance. Miss Julia Officer , teacher of piano , 51 Willow avenue. Fall and winter term. Those desiring conies of the Jubilee ed tlon of The Dally Bee ctn secure them i the Council Bluffs office of The Bee. MIUIKTV l.V COUNCIL IILUPF K * of the S ell Sot for Ihr AVre I'lnced on Iti-ooril. Tha principal event In social circles du Ing the past week was the wadding of Mil Eleanor L. Stewart , daughter of Mrs. J. 1 Stewart , and Mr. Luther E. Hearno of Clt clnnatl last Wednesday afternoon at S Paul's Episcopal church. The ceremon which was performed by Hev. L. P. McDoi aid. rector of the parish , was witnessed on by the Immediate iclatlvea und a few intlmi friends ot the contracting couple. Ml Kthel Barnard was maid of honor , whl John T. Stewart , second , brother of tl bride , acted ns the groom's brat man. M ami Mrs , Hearne will spend their hone ; moon in the Berkshire lillls , Massachusett and will he at home to their friends In Cli clnnatl after November 20. Miss Eleanor Dodge gave an vlcgant dli ner Thursday night , covers being laid fi sixteen. Mrs. H. r. Hatteuhauer of Seventh avcni In entertaining her niece. Mrs. Thomas Salmon of Bloomlngton , III. Mr. and Mrn. Taylor of Sixth street a entertaining Mr. and Mrs. H. Wlnn Cedar Rapids. . I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Claar have as the guests Mr. and Mrs. Bell ot Hlldreth , Ne The Orand Odd Fellows' ball no Wednesday night promises to bo one of tl leading events of the social season. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Long are cntertainli Mrs. M. Dlckergon of Eau Claire. Mlchlga The Men's club of the First Prcsbytcrli church has reorganized for the winter so , son and celebrated the opening meeting Fr day night with a banquet. Miss Nelllo Moore of South Sixth sire ! gave a chatlni ; dish supper last Mondi | evening In honor of Edward Patterson Sa ford ot Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Boyer of Avenui * A tertalned the last week Burt Veoable n daughter Ethel of Payetto , Idaho. S Vonablo Is editor of thr Payetto Indepon ent. I Judge1 and Mrs , E. E. Aylcaworlh are e IcrtMnlng Mr. and Mrs. , Louis L.yheclo ot Owatonna. Mlnu. Mr. and MM. W W. Sherman had as th < guest the last week Mri. II. S. Ogden IndlanapolU. Ind. | Mrs. n. B. Montgomery Is entertain ! Mrs. F. II. Harbeson and cons , Grant and James , ot Spenccrvllte , 0. Key. II. Knox of Cook avenue entertained during the last week Dr. and 'Mrs. ' C. It. Hunt of Oelweln , la. Mrs. H. J , Abbott of Damon street Is en tertaining Miss Kmlly Ebersole of Manson - son , la. The Misses Messmoro entertained during the last week MUs Carrie Stevenson of Uoone , la. , and Miss Knight of Grand Island. Mr. and Mra. J. M. Ourslcr are entertain ing Dr. and Mrs. W. N. Oursler nnd chil dren ot Odobott , la. Mr. and Mrs. J , C. De Haven have as their guests Mrs. Twist and Miss Katie Twist of Albany , Mo. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hutchlnson are en tertaining Mr. and Mrs. William Cooper ol Woodston , Kan. , and Mrs. W. F. Walkei of Crestotf1 , la. Mrs. O. M. Brown ot South Seventb street has as her guest her niece , Miss Luclla Hogo of Cambridge , O. Mm. M. E. Andruei of State street h entertaining J. P. Sellars and the Mlsscf Mattle Miller and Mary Swayno of Del- mont , 8. D. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Maloncy entertained for Jubilee week B , F. Burton and daughter ot Waterloo , la. , Mrs. Day of Peorln , 111. , and Mrs. Dolan and son ot Burlington , la , Mrs. Charles Wiley of South Seventh street Is entertaining her mother , Mrs. W , B. Uoe of Kearney , Neb. , and'Mrs.i Klnsell of Mt. Ayr. In. Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Williams entertained the past week their niece , Miss Deborah Dalyrlmple , and her friend , Miss Quail ol Moutpoller , Idaho. Mr. and. Mrs. C. L. Felt are entertaining Mrs. Rufus Bradbury'Clark of Sioux City. Miss Margaret O'Donnell of Park avenue is entertaining Miss Mae Shecdy and Mist Florence McDanlcl of Mankato , Kan. Mr. and Mrs. John Davis leave today foi an eastern trip. Mrs. L. L. Spooner Is entertaining hei brother , Oeorgo Blake of Delta , Colo. L. C. and S. W. Bosley held a regular fam- ly reunion the past week , having as theli ; ucsts Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Besley , Mr. am Mrs. E. D. Besley and daughter of Waukegan - gan , 111. , and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bcelc ] and daughter ot McIIenry , III. Mrs. J. B. Atkins chaperoned a party o young women of the C. C. C. C. club to th < exposition last Wednesday. W. E. Morris Is entertaining his mother Mrs. D. L. Morris of Earlham , la. W. II. Bradley 'has ' as his guest hla sister Mrs. Sue Beck of Decatur county , Kansas. Mrs. A. H. Dillon of Mynster street li entertaining her father and sister , E. H Grluncll and Mrs. M. Barnes of Grlnnell , la Mrs. II. N. Wycoff of Seventh avenue li entertaining Mrs. Frances Rader and Mlsi Eva Shull of Manhattan , Kas. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Blood entertained th last week Mr. and Mrs. George Griffin o Rlnnyton , Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Howe entertained durln ; the last week Mr. and Mrs. John Babcocl of Moberly. Dr. and Mrs. F. S. Thomas had as thel guests the last week Mrs. Alice Smit Cheek and her mother Mrs. Smith of De Molnes. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Swan of Sixth avenu entertained the last week Mr. and airs Woodford and Mr. and Mrs. Btddlo of Shen andoah. Mr. and Mrs. Pethybrldgo of Vine strce are entertaining Mrs. Germain Frnnch o Hutchlnson , Kan. Dr. and Mrs. P. J. Montgomery ot Fourt street are entertaining Mr. and Mrs. J. H Fanchor of Dodge Center , Mlnu. Mr. and Mrs. Georgci Hulctto of Washing ton avenue are entertaining Mrs. W. Hu lotto and daughter , Mrs. Carrie Chapman , c Marengo , 111. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Dlmmock are enter talning Mr. and Mrs , Green of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Ely of Avenue A en tertalued the last week Mrs. M. Welsh o Galloway , Neb. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Oliver nro enjoyln a visit from their daughter , Mrs. A. E Sweeting of Chicago. Mrs. Jacob Neumayer entertained durln Jubilee veek her sister , Mrs. Durand oC SI Louis. W. C. Gebhart of the Milwaukee offic had as his guest the last week George 1 Gebhart of Dos 'Molnes. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Atkins entertained th last week Edgar Hill of Salt Lake City. Mrs. George Metcalf has taken up he residence at 801 Fourth avenue , where sh Is now at home to her friends. Mrs. John Moran of Fifth avenue Is en tertftlning her mother , Mrs. E. Bllharz o Chicago. Mrs. J. W. Strohm of Hazel street Is en tertainlng Miss Maryland Springer of Oak land , Cal. Miss Lctson of Fourth street had as he guest the past week Miss Mabel Miller o Beardstown.'IH. W. M. Richardson , 028 Third avenue , entertained tainod the past week his father , John II Richardson , and Miss Mary Richardson c Deckel , Mass. Miss Gertrude Bennet Is In Chicago , wher she will attend the Peace Jubilee festlvl ties. ties.Mis. Mis. N. V. SIcad of Mynster street enter talned during the past week her daughtei Mrs. I.ostor Gary of Upland , Neb. , and Mi and Mrs. Charles Slead of Belton , Mo. Mr. and Mrs. S. \ \ * . Clark had as thel guest the post Nveek Howard Maxwell t Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. VlcRoy of Fourt street are entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Job Evans of Arapahoe , Neb. Mrs. Ernest E , Hart of Park avenue en tertalned the past week Miss Emma Mors of Chicago. Commodore P. B. Smith of Marengo , III was the guest during the past week of E. C Brown and family of Fourth street. Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Mlkesell entertalne the past week Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson t Ewlng , Neb. Mrs. Campbell of Second avenue is entci talntng Mrs. Arthur J. Welles of Kansa City. City.Mrs. Mrs. J. B. Long of South Main street I enjoying a vlalt from her sister , Mrs , E. C Bowman of Cincinnati , 0. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. E. Cavln of Park avenu are entertaining Mrs. Joseph Anderson an daughter , Maud , of Pueblo , Colo. Captain and Mrs. Williams of Washlngto avenue arc entertaining their daughter , Mr ; J. T. Spangler of Walnut , la. Mrs. Andrus and family of State stree have as their guest W. P. Miller of Delnion S. D. Miss Ethel Sheparei entertained durln the last week Miss Mary Leo Read of Cc lumbla , Mo. Mr. and Mrs. E. Subert are entcrtnlnln B. F. Burron and two daughters of Watei Ice , In. Mrs. Clark of Bluff street Is e tertalnln Mrs. J , Moore and Miss Anna Moore of Woi cester , Mass. , and Mrs. (5. H. V'Inn of Kar eas City. Mr. and Mrs , J. W. Barnett of High strci nrc entertaining Mrs. O. M. Barnett of So Diego , Cal. , Mrs. Cella Kruse and Miss Jtill Peepo of Waterloo , la. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Askcr of Twentj t third street entertained during the. last wee Cyrus Holmes , a prominent stockman < Shcnandoah , who has been attending it live stock exhibit : at the exposition. E. H. Rockwell and daughter , Rona , put libbers of the Faroilngtou ( la. ) Herald an . 1 the Leo County Review , nro the guests c Sir. and Mrs. T. R. DraKe of North avonii nnd Inking lu the exposition. Mrs. D. W. llushnell Is enjoying a vis from her mother , Mrs. Iljiulshaw of Ch cago. cago.Mr. . and Mrs. S. S. Facia have as the f ; guests Mr. mid Mrs. A. Holering of Gran I Inland. Neb. ; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin SouthMck of Sout evcnth street are entertaining Dr. C. W. nauldlngvlo nnd son ot Carroll , la. , and Irs. n. W. lluilloft of Sanborn , In. Miss Mnudo Hlmpron ot Yutcs City , III. , s the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. M , Srubcrt f South Twenty-first street. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Strock of Eighth nvc- mc have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Ollvo trock of Falrbury , Neb. E. T. Gilbert of North Eighth street en- artalncd the last week U. Long and sister , Mrs. S. Whlto and daughter of Union county. The Misses Verne I'aul and Lulu Lewis f Harlan will bo the guests this week ot Hov. and Mrs. Knox while visiting the ex- position. Prof. Aman Strobl leaves shortly for a Islt to the Hawaiian Islands. Paul Hlrsoh , who was called to Fort Jodgo by the Illness of his father , returned home Friday , his father being bettor. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dorey Wadsworth celebrated their fifteenth wedding nnnlvor- eary by entertaining a few friends at din ner on Tuesday evening. The appointments of the dining room were perfect. Wo will fit you with the first "try on" ol mr top coats for fall wear. They nrc bran- les. Como In and see them , anyhow. II you buy and the coat doesn't suit , we will return your money. Motcalf & Mctcalf. for OiliI Ki'lloim. In view of the coming session ot the Jrand Lodge I. O. 0. F. of Iowa to bo held n our city this week I would respectfully request all public buildings and busluesf ilaccs to bo suitably decorated on Monday nornlng , October 17 , In honor of our dis tinguished guests and to the credit of our city. VICTOR JENNINOS , Mayor. People are peculiar and hard to suit. Thai Is the reason thuy go to Klein's , 112 Bioiul- way , for tholr flno candles and fruits. A too coat will make you comfortable dur- ng them cool mornings and evenings. Mct calf & Mctcalf have the finest line ever shown In the city. Dell G. Morgan , drugs , 142 Broadway. Church NotCH , At the First Congregational , church todaj [ ho pastor , J. W. Wilson , will take as the subject of his morning sermon , "Rod Giving : ho Increase" and In the evening "A Sab bath Eve.nlng In Capcrnaeum. " All services will be as usual. At the Second Presbyterian church this morning the pastor , Hev. Alexander Llthor- land , will preach on "Relation of Person anil Property" and in the evening his subject will bo "The President and His Visit. " llov. Myron C. Waddell. pastor of the Broadway Methodist church , will take as the subject of his sermon this morning "The True Measure of Greatness" and In the even' Ing "Relation of Thought to Character. " Al services will be at the usual time. There will be services at St. John's Eng' llsh Lutheran church today at 10:30 : a. m ami 7:45 : . m. At the Fifth Avenue Methodist church this morning the service will bo devoted to the old folk and addresses will bo delivered bj Rev. A. C. Pcnnock of Omaha and others At the evening service the pastor , Rev. G P. Fry , will preach on "The Apostles' Pro hibition and Command. " The services at Grace Episcopal churcl today will bo as follows : Holy counnunlot ' 8 a. m. ; Sunday school'10 a. m. ; morning prayer and sermon , 11 o'clock ; evening prayer 7:30 : o'clock. At the First Presbyterian church this morning the pastor , Rev. W. S. Barnes , wll preach on "The Heart and the Will" ani In the evening will take as his subject "Th < Plan of Salvation. " Better get aunty to ask mama < to coaj papa to get one of those flue , now pianos which Bouricius' Music House just got Ir last Tuesday. Such things nro often pin off from season to season and from year t ( year , while you might just as well bo learnIng - Ing right along , whllo you have the chance Bouricius ls > at 320 Broadway , whcro thi organ stands upon the building. The chlllv blasts of winter remind n mat that ho needs a first-class overcoat. Metcal & -Metcalf have lust what you want. Those desiring conies of the Jubilee edl tlon of The Uallv Bee can secure them n the Council Bluffs offlce of The Bee. Otlil Ki'llnim Arrive. Among the prominent Odd Fellows wh ( arrived yesterday were : J. C. Koonz of Bur lington , grand master ; J. S. Bellamy o Knoxville , past grand master ; R. L. Tlltor of Ottumwa , past grand master and gram master of the Ancient Order of Unltee Workmen of Iowa. Both Mr. Koonz and Mr Bellamy are accompanied by their wives The headquarters of the officers of the Od ( Fellows' grand lodge are at the Grand , ever ; room of which has been engaged for theli accommodation this week. Part 2 of The Bee's paotogravures of thi exposition Is now ready and can bo had a the Council Bluffs office. Metcalf & Metcalf can fit you out will an overcoat that will give you comfort am ono that will wear not a lifetime but B long that you will forget the year of pur chase. IilUCIIHOM. Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday t the following persons : Namet and Residence. Age Arthur J. Ellel. Omaha. . . . . . . . . .2 Sophina Bocason. Omaha . J..2 James Haughn , Council Bluffs . 4 Bessie Conley , St. Joseph . 2 A good , durable top coat sold at Metcalf i Metcalf's. from $5 to $18. IIMVII Political The Waterloo Reporter , which Is prlnte In u locality where populism Is popul.il asserts that no matter what troubles th fustonlBtH have thin vear it cannot be Ir.c of money , because everybody has mono In that section of the stnto. Judge Ney made a speech at Davcnpor Tuesday and the police had to Interfere t prevent the people laughing the spenke from the platform. Then everybody an everything left the hall but the chain which were fastened down , except th speaker and the committee. General Weaver announces that he hia sesparate speech prepared for every day fror now until the clouo of the campaign. Tb committee of his party has not yet an nounced whether it will chei the general chnucft to Indict all these specimens ot hi handiwork on the generous otib'lc. Governor Boies' friends asrert that ever promise and every prediction ho has mad In politics has come true and been kcp mid now that he Is forced to stand on th Marshalltown nondescript 'ulatform whll declarlnt : tllnt the Instrument Is bad. ma bo accepted as absolutely certain evidtnr that disasters await the party this fall ttd made this situation necessary. An Ottumwa man now claims that h could see "politics" In the presence of th president and party In Io\ui. for he declare that the president lemarkcd to a promii ! ° ti republican when the train stopped then "I am glad to see you looking so strong. The critic Is a rabid populist and declare this remark on the jiwident's part mean that ho was glad to see the republican look ing EO strong , because ho could do mor work this fall for the republican campulgi IlMlll X MVM Titltr * . The attendance of the Iowa City Sta * university U now In excess of last year' ' matriculation. Des Mollies' carnival committee will In corporate and In thst-r-sie produce th Senl-Om-Sed affair annually. Rev. Father Halpln. In charge of th Catholic parishes at Iov.n Falls and El doia. has been traupfcrrrd to Algona. Officials ot various' Iowa towns nre en thuaUbtlc over thet formation In the stat of a branch of the League of America Municipalities. William Vcsa Is CO years old and postmaa ter at Wuverlv Junction. Nelllo Websiw a woman of " 0. was married to him n Waterloo recently According to statistics submitted at th Iowa conference o ( Methodists at Monte Surreys , Phaetons , Carts , Spring and Road Wagons of all kinds. The liirge.4 slock and best vehicles jobbed on Ihe Missouri river. i . > ) - ; Send your orders lo Save Money and get HENRY H. VAN BRUNT , Quick Shipments. council Bluffs , Iowa , G.W.PangleM.D. THE GOOD SAMARITAN 25 YEKR'S EXPERIENCE , ( lender of MlHoaHC-8 of lucn nnd women. PROPRIETOR OP TUB World'i Herbal IHupcmury of MedlclftT. I CURU Catarrh of Head , Throat and Lungs , Diseases of Rye and Var , Fits and Apoplexy , Heart. L'vcr nnd Kidney Diseases , Diabetes , Itrltilit's J , ; ensc , St. Vitus Dance. RheumatismScrofula , Dropsy cured without japping , TnppVortnn removed , all chronic Nervous aud Private Discuses. LOST MAHHOOD mMEPed ennJ CVDIIB9 1C Only Physician who onn C 9 r EllLldi properly cure SYIMIIMS without destroying teeth and bones. No mer cury or poison mineral used. The only Physician who can tell what alii you without asking a question. Those nt a distance send for question blank. No. 1 for men ; No. S for womrn. All correspondence strictly confidential Mcdlclni sent by ciprces. Address all letters to G. W. PANGLE , M. D. , B5C MroHclway , COUNCIL BLUFFS , U t3TSend 3-cent. stauio for roolr. READ THIS : We have for sale an 8-room house , with stable , located on lot CO feet front In finest residence portion of the city. This property can bo bought nt a bar gain If taken at once. Small fruit farm for sale at a low price. Now Is the time to Invest In a home If you want one. Real estate values are low , but are picking up with Increased sales. We have a number of email residence properties that can be bought at low prices. Remember that wo are making loans nnd writing fire Insurance at as low a rate as any ono else , and wo would be pleased to be favored with a share of your business. " LOUGEE & LOUGEE. No. 102 South Main Street. Council Bluffs. la. COLE'S HOT BLAST THE ORIGINAL gives the clean liness and even heat with soft coal , as hard 1C.V coal in Base Burners. The Hot Blast Draft Burns uiul saves the pus half of soft coal. Soft ceal equal to hard conl. I used Cole'B Hot Blast , No. 180 , from December , ' 97 , till HprliiK. It In us clean f any wood atovo I over used. Often a grape basket full eif coal lasted from ono ovi-nliifi till the next. ItVHH steady , even lieut , Klro only went out one-o during the wlntei nnd that was our fault. It never smolccel ajirt wall.s and celling nro clean as If I burned wood. It IH the best steve I eve | saw. saw.MRS. . H. G. MEKK. IS2S Ninth avenue. COM : MA.MFKACTI iii.xr. co. , COUNe-Ml. , IJLUKPS , IA. . CHICAGO , ILL. Lee > , Clarke , Andreesen Hdw , Co. , AgentH , Omaha , Neb. Fees Gas and Gasoline Engines Q'to 25O Horse Power ! ) of All KliiilN. l on us or write for prlopB & descriptions. I1AVI11 HUAII.iV & CO. , Council lltufTM. loirn. THE NEUMAYER JACOI ) NRUMAYBIt.PKOP. :04. 200 , 20S , S10. Itrondwuy , Council niuffr. . Hates , $1.25 per day ; 75 rooms. F'rst-clusi It oveiy respect. Motor line to all elepola. local agency for the Celebrated St. LotiU A. B , U. liecr. Flrat-cliius bar in con * nectlon. zuraa. there are within the confines of the conference 31.C17 members. Robert Schoncbeck and wife of Dubuqut liavo returned home , after two years epe- i i In the Klondike. They went there Imiir3. ' j atelv after their marriage and traveled all I over the country Their baby , born at Daw- 'ran. Is the tlrst wblto child born lu tin Klondike rcKlon. V I THIS WEEK = To clean up our stock of all short lengths in Carpets ( lu- grain , Tapestry and Body Brussels ; Moquette , Axminstera and Velvets ) we will sell them at prices that will surprise you. REMNANT RUGS. We have all short length of Carpets made into Huge , finished oil with fringe to match , which we will give away at almost nothing ; look at these prices : TnpeitrjllriiNxel HitKwllli fringe , 1 ynril lo 1 1ynriln lonpr. nt . 15 . ( III Hotly IlriiNNoIn KUR with fringe , 1 yard in t 1ynrilN lonn , nt . 7. % Iluily IlniNNclN . l.oo Hoily llril.MMclM . , . l.il. , Hext MiitiiicUe Hun * . 1.OO Ilc-Ht MoinicHo HIIKM , 1 1ynrilM , . J.u , ' Bent Velvet IliiRn . 1.2. ODD LACE CURTAINS. We have Just finished a nlco Drapery Room. somothlnE Council Bluffs has not had In the past , and to make room for our Immense now line of Draperies , we will sell all tbo remaining stock of the Council Bluffs Carpet Co. at cost , and nil odd Curtains In Nottinghams , Irish Points , Brussels Nets , Tapestry i Brussels Nets , Madras , India Stripes , Slllc .Stripes , Scrims and Swiss below cost. Wo hnvo a large line of Table Covers In Slik , Chelille , Tapestry , etc. , which you can have nt almost nothing. We are golng'io close them out as wo will not have room fqr them , Remember our Mattings and our new 1'lshnet Door Drapery , also our Wisconsin Grass Matting nnd Grass. Matting Rugs at SO , 7uc , $1.00 , etc. OJOD FELLOWS' TEMPLE , Allen Sees the Transmississippi , I was dreadfully shocked ( I gucfs Hint's the word for farmers to use ) anywny I wus nshameel o' Joslnh when I handed him his cup o' tea nt supper time , nu * ho gulped It elown without utoppln * nnd past his cup back. "Joslali Allen , " snyts I , "hain't you got nei man ners ? " "Wai , " says he , "hain't I ben to the fiilr , nnd didn't the wind nn' dust blow Jest ns It old Nutur had turned the tall end o' her old thrnshln' machine over that air fence nn' got my lungs full o' dust ? " When ho wrenched out hln throt with another cup o' tea he S.IJ-H : "Did you BUO that Colo's Gas Burnln Heater , like wo bet last winter , n riinnln * on thu grounds ? " "Wai , " says J , "I elldn't see it runiiln' on the grouml ; I seen It Htandln' still with a lire In It , an' the inun who WIIH a aliowln' on It off elldn't tell hnff the gooel things bout It. Why , n feller was Htundln' by It und the man \ tol' him that It wuel lie > V lire nil nlto with coby , when the feller luffed him right In his face. Wai , 1 spoku right up nn' sod , 'It's so , too ; I uwed one all IUH' winter an' I know It'll hoi' jlre nil nlto with cobs , nn' I know toei , It'll burn up the gas an'smoke mi'won't use more than linn" as much cole ns our oles oak steve did' 'Why , ' says I , 'this man ' 11 let you take one homo an * use it a liu ) month , un' If It don't do what he Hays It will ho ' 11 lot you fetch It buck nn * he ' 11 pay bae-k your money. ' " I Jest felt Ilko stuyln' there all the afternoon a , te-llln' about the good pints o' that air steve ( an1 I hadn't any o"TMr. Stacy's sweet elder cither ) , an' 1 guess I would , too , 1C that tricky feller on the blslcklo hadn't a. showed off. lluldy's man Bays he's goln' to have ono thl.s winter , an' I'm FO glael. for the baby will IIP creeiilii' oil tlio lloor and tlioy won't bo any danger of her takln' cold like JIury < Hd laht winter. And she will buy It of Cole 41 Main Street , , Council Bluffs. GEM HOTBLAST For soft coal or wood. A perfect and economical soft coal sfovc. It consumes all Bases and carbon , making a perfect ) combustion by Its admitting cold air direct to flro pot. U has two large feed doors at top , so as to admit a largo chunk of coal or wood , aiid nu auvorantlo front tcrew draft , the only draft that closes up perfectly air tight. We Invite you to examine thla celebrated steve compare IB with others and ) udgo lor yourself. r\ieni ; : WOOD IIUATHHN. A handsome , economical and most durable cast top and bottom airtight wood Btove made. Will keep flro all night. Dovol's Sheet Iron Air Tight for wood , lined with heavy Iron to top of steve a stove that can be rcllueO with little * cost , Do not fall to buy ono of thes stoves for fall and spring use. , I3. C. Thu Old Reliable Hardware House , Agent For Mnjcstli Ranges Art Garland Hasc Hnrncrs. AftA&iJy j * < ? i Farm and Fruit Lands for Sale. mj j The Fruit raisers around Council niuffa have just closed a prontabla - \ season , the yield being from $50 ro $100 per acre. Wo have some choice 4J bargain ; In Fruit , Vegetable and Farm Lands near Council Uluffg. Let us show them lo you. FAHM LOANS 5 PKH CUNT INTKRKST. * 9 1 DAY & HESS , * = ? 39 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs , Iowa. 4 ?