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8 THE OMAHA DAILY "BEE : STTNDAY , "FEB'RUA'RT 19 , 1800.
I NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA.
I COUNCIL BLUFFS.
MI.VOH MENTION.
Wear Hamilton's $3.fiO shoes.
Davis sells glass.
Moore's foot ! kills worms and fattens.
C. K. Alexander & Co. , picture frames.
Hartcl & Mlllor. 100 n'way. give "Stars. "
lowa Furniture K. carpet Co. , 407 U'way.
J. C. Ulxby. heating , plumbing. Tel. 193.
P D Jacitii | mln & Co. , Jewelers and op
tician * , 27 South .Main street.
Get your work done at the popular Eagle
laundry , 724 Uroadwny , 'phono 157.
J. It. Illanchard of Avoca , who In n candi
date for etnte representative on the repub
lican > tlckot this fall , was In the city yester
day.
Hclga and Lcmnn Hanson , lufl , " Middle
Ilrnton etrcot , were reported to the Hoard
ot Health yesterday as suffering from whoop
ing cough.
The revival meetings at the Union mls-
Filon are still In progress and Mrs. Kollcy
of Tal > or , la. , is pxpccted hero this week
to take part.
The funeral of Sadie , the Infant daughter
of Mrs. Augusta I'ryor , will be held this
Jnorning at 11 o'clock from the family resi
dence on North Hroadway.
The fuuoml of .the late Wlllam P. Wight-
man will bo held this afternoon at 3 o'clock
front the residence of his daughter , Mrs. L.
C. Uraluy , IfiOl Upper Droadway.
The public meeting of the Thcosophlcal so
ciety will bo held at 3 o'clock this afternoon
nt tlio residence of Mrs. Van llrunt , 715
Fourth street. The subject will bo "Truth. "
Judge Thornell , at the conclusion of dis
trict court yesterday afternoon , went to htfc
lionio nt Sidney to spend Sunday with hU
family. Ho will return Monday morning In
llmo for court.
At the mooting ot the Council Bluffs Ite-
publlcan club yesterday appropriate resolu
tions sympathizing with the family of the
late Christian lloscn , a valued member of
< ho club , were adopted ,
Mrs , llottlo Cole , charged by Mrs. James
Storrler with the larcrtiy of $1,200 , has ap
plied to have a number of wltnwscB sub-
poonned from Harrison county nt the ex
pense of the state. Justice Vlen yesterday
granted the request.
John Anderson , tat whoso place near Honey
Creek n buggy ntolcn from 13. B. Valkenburg
of 1821 Hurt street , Omaha , was found Fri
day , was taken across the river yesterday
morning by Detective Dunn. The buggy wa
found hidden In the brush back of Ander-
Bon'fl house.
John G. Unln , a brother of Uobert and
William llnlsi of this city , died yesterday at
lila home near Florence. Ho leaves avlfu
nnd one daughter , the latter bclnt ; in Richmond
mend , Va. , attending school. Mr. Hnln wet
well known nnd had a large circle of friends
In thla city.
Members Sims nnd Moore are expected to
bring up 'the ' question of a new High school
building nt the meeting of the Hoard of Ed
ucation .tomorrow night. The present buildIng -
Ing Is entirely Inadequate for the. present
number of pupils and a class has been
opened at the Washington avenue school
building.
A special meeting of the Sanitary Ilellef
commission let called for this afternoon at
4 o'clock sharp , at Dr. Tlnley's offlco in the
Daldwln block. Every member of the order
nnd every woman in the city who has a rela
tive or friend In Company L Is earnestly re
quested to make an effort to bo present , A
question of importance has arisen and ac
tion must bo taken Immediately.
Mrs. Anna Thompson , wife of Sordn
Thompson , 111G Broadway , died yesterday
'morning of fitomacb trouble , aged 58 years.
Deceased ( had been alllnn for the- last three
ycnns. She leaves u husband nnd five chil
dren. The funeral will be held at 4 o'clock
this uftomocn from the residence. Ilev. An
drew Peterson will conduct the services and
interment will be In Walnut Hill cemetery.
The funernl of the late Mrs. Margrethe
Jensen will bo held this afternoon at 2:30 :
o'clock from the residence of her eon , John
Jensen , 300 Curtis street. The services will
bo conducted by Rev. S. M. Perkins of the
Christian Taberaaclo nnd Interment will be
in Falrvlew cemetery. The following will
net rm pallbcarors : Andrew Rasmusscc ,
Sorcn Henderson , Chris Larson , llartel An
dersen , Fred Troulson nnd George Smith.
At the meeting of the Grape Groweis'
Bhlpplng association yeslorriny afternoon Id
Farmers' hall in the county cour. boujo thu
question of entering Inio < \ contract for the
purchase of boxes and barfkc-tn was dlscuCil
at length , but no action was taken. A num
ber of new members were elected and tne
prospects for the coming eeason discussed.
lj. O. Williams reported that the Fruit
Growers' nnd Gardeners' association had
Keno out of business , leaving a balance ot
J10 In the .treusury. . The 500 newly printed
copies of the by laws and constitution of the
association were ordered distributed. Sam
Avery prcaldcd nnd J. J. He a acted as sec
retary.
N. Y. Plumbing company. Tel. 250.
Trade wh ro they give "Stnrs. "
MnrrliiKt : Iilronse * .
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday to
itho following persons :
Name and Residence. Age.
George W. Ward , Pigeon 25
Grace M. Clark , Heolietown 21
Charles A. Clark , Ileebetown 2
Nolllo H. Molt , Recder's Mill 20
C. F. Morris , Onnwa 39
WnUto Hudson , Rich Hill. Mo 3C
A PLAGUE OF THE NIGHT
I'H.KS AM ) OT1IEU I KCTAI <
THOUIII.F.H EASILY CUItED II V A
NEW A.\I > SAFE METHOD.
'A llfiaiirlinlilc IS'iinilior of CurcH Made
! > > tinI'yritmlil I'llc Curt * .
About ore person In every four Buffers
from some form of rectal disease. The
tnost common nnd annoying Is Itching piles ,
Indicated by warmth , slight moisture and
Intense , uncontrollable ) Itching In the parts
off ec ted ,
The usual treatment has beea some simple
ointment or salve , which sometimes gives
temporary relief , but nothing like a perma
nent euro can ho expected from euch super
ficial treatment.
Thu only permanent euro far Itching plies
yet discovered IB the Pyramid Pile Cure ,
not only for Itching piles , but for every other
form of plies , blind , bleeding or protruding.
The llrst application gives Instant relief and
the continued use for a short tlmo causes a
permanent removal of the tumors or the
small parabltrs which cause the Intense lull
ing and dliicomfort of Itching pllm ,
Many physicians for a long time supposed
that the remarkable relief afforded by the
Pyramid Pllo Cure was because It was sup
posed to contain cocaine , opium or similar
drugs , but such U not the case. A recent
careful analysts of tlio remedy showed It to
be absolutely free from any cocaine , opium
or In fact any poisonous , Injurious drugs
whatever.
For this reason the Pyramid Pile Cure Is
probably the only pile cure extensively rec
ommended by physicians , because It Is BO
Baftgo prompt In the relict afforded , and
t.o far B known thu only positive cure be
fore Ilio public ,
111 ono year the Pyramid Pile Cure hau
become the best known , the safest and the
moat extensively sold of any pile cure before
the public ,
Nearly all druggists now sell It ut COc and
$1 per package.
Address the Pyramid Co. , Marshall , Mich. ,
for book on cause nnd euro of pllea and also
hundreds of testimonials from all parts of
thu United States.
K suffering from any form of piles ask
your druggist for u packngo of Pyramid Pllo
Guru and try It tonight.
SLIP IN AT THE BACK DOOR
Saloons Today Will Not Be Hermetically
Sealed O.B First Ordered.
HIS HONOR THE MAYOR LETS UP A BIT
IV run ii * Drnlrlim " Qnrni-U Their
Thlrxt Toilny Onn Ilo So by 13n-
tcrhiK from the Side
or Hour.
Yielding to pressure brought to hear by
the saloon men nnd those who object to hav
ing tlio means whereby to quench their thlrat
on the Sabbath hut off Mayor Jennings yes
terday partially rescinded the order for the
closing of saloons on Sunday. The order
has bocn modlllcd so as to permit ot the
back and side doors being opened , but the
front entrances are to bo kept closed. All
drinking Is to bo done In the back part of
the saloons.
That the present city democratic adminis
tration Is under n , compact to permit the
gambling rooms to keep open In violation
of the law Is generally admitted to bo the
case. For proof of this those who are op
posed to the gambling rooms being allowed
to run point to tlie fact that only Friday
night Immediately after It became known
that the church people were circulating a
petition protesting against the gambling
house a now one \vns opened and is now run
ning full blast on Pearl street. When In
formed of this last evening Mayor Jennings
appeared to bo somewhat surprised , hut de-
cllne-1 to glvo any Information as to what
ho Intended doing. Chief of Police Ulxby
admitted ho was nwaro that the place had
been opened up and was running.
Chief Blxby yesterday took exception to
the statement Hint the gambling houses were
paying a monthly fine or license for being
permitted to keep open. Ho said that such
was not the case and In support of his
statement referred to the blotter at the po
lice station. The entries there show that
the proprietors are nominally placed under
arrest each month for "keeping a disorderly
house , " and a second entry shows that they
are "admitted to ball in the sum of $100 to
appear. " A third entry shows the "money
forfeited by order of court. "
Wanted Two dining room girls at the
Metropolitan hotel.
The Corner Stone Sunday school class will
give an entertainment at the Christian tabernacle -
ernaclo February 22. Admission 15 cents.
CAUGHT Ul IN TIII2 SOCIAL WIIIHI. , .
Many I'lrnnniit OntliorltiKN During
Klritt Week of Lent.
Among the most pleasant social gather
ings of ( lie week were the card parties given
by Mrs. Harry L. Cummtngs Monday and
Tuesday afternoons. The windows were
darkened nnd the rooms presented a pretty
picture with their soft rose colored lights
and profusion of roses and carnations. The
refreshments were exceptionally dainty.
The score cards were little rose-colored val
entines. Cloven tables were used each day
and the prizes suggested Valentino dny.
On Monday the first prize was won by Mrs.
I. M. Treynor , the second by Mrs. James
and the consolation prize was carried off
by Mrs. McMillan of Onawn. Tuesday Mrs.
Bereshelm was the winner of the first prize
and Mrs. Fred Davis of the second. The
consolation prize was awarded to Mrs.
Frank Wright.-
Mr. and Mrs. Victor E. Bender of Third
avenue entertained nt cards In delightful
fashion over sixty-five guests Tuesday even-
Ing. The rooms were very tastefully deco
rated In roses , carnations and smllax. The
score cards were the daintiest of heart-
shaped valentines. Elaborate refreshments
were served In courses , everything b : lng
heart-shape as a constant reminder that St.
Valentino was the patron saint of the even-
Ing. Mrs. Eldon Lougeo was the winner ot
the woman's first prize , an exquisite placquo
of cuplds , while Dr. Charles Woodbury car
ried off that for the men , a pretty heart-
shaped picture frame. The consolation
prizes were won by Mrs. Dudley and Mr.
Cameron Patterson.
Mrs. Van Vechtcn will' ' arrive from Cedar
Rapids tomorrow morning.nnd will bo the
guest of Mrs. Thomas Mctcalf , who , on
Monday afternoon from 4 to C , will glvo a
reception | n her honor. The members ut
the Ideal club , the Thursday club and the
teachers of the Bloomer school will be en
tertained. At the Bloomer school Tu-3d.iy
afternoon nt 3:30 : o'clock there will bo n re
ception for the pupils of nil the public
schools. At 4:30 : o'clock nil who are le-
sirous of meeting Mrs. Van Vechten person
ally nro Invited to attend the reception. In
the evening the reception will bo continued ,
with a talk by Mr. Jacob Sims of the school
board nnd by Mrs. Van Vechten. The pro
ceeds of the reception nt the school will bo
used In purchasing pictures for the building.
The Musical Auxiliary of the Council
Bluffs Woman's club will give a George
and Martha Washlugton party Wednesday
evening at the Royal Arcanum hall. The
Virginia reel will bo danced In costume
and also n country dance. The Bongs nnd
uuslc will bo patriotic nnd will bo furnished
iy well known local soloists and the Festi
val Choral society. Those who will par-
: lclpate In the Washlngtonlan dance nre
; he Misses ( Marion Benton , Edna Kecllne ,
3oorgeneBebblngton , Fanny Davenport ,
[ llancho Lewis , Maude Bryant , Josephine
tllxby , .Messrs. Thomas Jefferson Lacey ,
John Adams Chamberlain , Baron De Kalb ,
i-'avln , John Hancock DoKay , Captain Nu-
: han Halo Hanchctt , General Putnam Odell ,
Jinoral Lafayette Tulloys , Robert Morris
Mitchell nnd Dr. Benjamin Franklin Ruth
erford. The participants In the country
lance will be Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J. Hess , Mr.
and Mrs. Frnuk Wright , the Misses Grace
leorbe , Mary Key , Lucille Plnnoy Charity
Sabcock , Helen Baldwin , Alberta Troutman ,
Irene Test and Mrs. P. 'Barnard , Messrs.
leorge Gornor , Gratton Foley , George II.
Mnync , Harry Haas , James Fonlon , Wood-
worth Allen , Lloyd OriftUh nnd Dr. II. A.
Woodbury. For the Inst named dance Mr.
II. H. Field will play and call the figures.
The Crlbhago club was entertained Frl-
lay evening by iMrs. C. E. H. Campbell.
The llrat prlzo for the -women was captured
by Mrs. Fred Davis , -while that for the mail
was won by Mr. D. J. Rockwell. The con
solation prizes wore carried off by Sirs ,
Mcrrlain and Olr. Victor E , Bonder. The
next meeting will bo with Mrs. Fred Davis.
The Neighborhood Card club met with
Mrs. Victor Jennings last week. Mrs , Pugb
will entertain It this week.
Mrs. Darraugh entertained at tea Wednes
day evening In honor of Mr. Murray of
Louisville , Ky.
Mra. Crandall and Mrs. Gunnoudu gave a
theater party of fourteen at the Crelghton-
Orphcum Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. Charles Reynolds of Charles street
was the victim of a surprise party Friday
evening , about flftec of his friends bolng
In the conspiracy. Games were played dur
ing the evening and a very pleasant tlmo
ftijoyeu.
Mrs. Dudley entertained a few friends ut
tea Thursday evening.
Mr , Walter T. Payne- spent a few days of
lust week with his paronta , Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. IMyno of 2302 Avenue 15.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. E. Dawson of 603 Seventh
avenue were the recipients of a very picas- '
ant surprise Thursday evening. Armed with
nil manner of delectable viands about twenty
ot their friends descended upon them , .took
posseis lon of the dining room nnd served a
most delicious supper. Cnrds were played
nnd the evening very pleasantly spent.
Mrs. L. Smith ot Beech street has been
called to Davenport by the death of her
mother.
Mrs. A. B. Sweetlnp , who has b ? n visit
ing her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. John T. Oli
ver , left for her home In Chicago yesterday.
Mr. John Bono Is convalescing from a so-
vcro attnrk of rheumatism.
Mrs , Freeman L. Hoed of First avenue
entertained Wednesday afternoon the ex-
members of the World's Parliament club.
Mrs. Henry ronrt a very Interesting paper
on Rosa Bonhcur and Mrs. Jones played
several sclectlonfl. Llgnt refreshments were
served and n general social tlmo had ,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Baker of North Sev
enth street are entertaining their cousin ,
Mr. Albert Otterbacli of Mcndotn , 111.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Atkins have removed
from Bancroft termce to the Bloomer resi
dence on Fourth street.
Mrs. C. M. Talcott nnd children have returned -
, turned from Chicago. Mr. Talcott , who was
! sick In Omaha , 1ms also Joined his family
nt their home In Council Bluffs.
Mrs. W. F. VIcRoy of South Fourth
street has returned homo from a visit with
frlrnds In Denver , Colo.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hopkins of Avenue
A entertained the last week Mr. Thomas
Williams of West Point , Neb.
Miss Brock had as her guest the last week
Miss Rcnny of Plattsmouth , Neb.
Mrs. Cummlngs Is entertaining her sister ,
Miss Lang of Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wells of Boonc , la. ,
wore the guests the last week ot Mr. and
Mrs. F. B. Warner of Washington nvenue.
Mrs. Charles McChcsnoy had ns her guest
during the last week her cousin , Miss Flam-
mnnt of Mlneoln.
Mrs. Victor E. Bender of Third avenue en
joyed a visit the last week from her mother ,
Mrs. Robert W. Colvlllo of Gnlcsburg , 111.
Mr. John T. Stewart returned homo Tues
day from n shrt visit In Kansas City.
SIIss Agnes Cnldwcll srent the last week
with Mrs. Allstrnnd of Missouri Valley.
Miss Luella Wntklns returned Tuesday
from n visit with relatives In Missouri Val
ley.
ley.Mr. . and Mrs. H. H. Harris have taken
rooms nt the Mlkesell home on Avenue C ,
but will go to housekeeping In their home
again In the 'spring.
Miss Caroline Bowman of Fifth avenue is
entertaining her nephew , Mr. T. P. Bowman
of Helena , Mont. In the near future Miss
1 Bowman and her nephew will make an ex
tended eastern trip , spending some tlmo In
Washington , D. C.
Mrs. Dillon Ross entertained the Euchre
club 'Monday ' evening. 'Miss Kensler of
Omaha won the women's prlzo nnd Mr.
Wood Allen carried oft that for the men.
The next meeting will bo nt the home of
Mrs. J. M. Casady.
The Women's Whist club met at Mrs. Mc-
Kuno's Thursday afternoon nnd will be en-
tortalncd tomorrow afternoon by Mrs.
Tyl'r.
The Hamilton Whist club was entertained
by Mrs. Merrlam last Thursday and will
meet with Mrs. W. W. Sherman next Tues
day.
day.The
The Jolly Forty club has disbanded until
after Lent.
Shrove. Tuesday evening the boarders of
St. Francis academy , according to a time-
honored custom , appeared before their
teachers en masque and the large recreation
hall was the scene of n Jolly merrymaking.
After much puzzling over odd figures by
mystified teachers the masques were re
moved and an Improptu dance held.
The masquerade given by the Triple Link
at Odd Fellows' hall Tuesday evening was
a decided success. The costumes were both
handsome nnd unique nnd the cake walk
was exceptionally clover. The cake was
won by Mr. Frank Silvers. To the social
committee , of which Mr. J. F. Spare Is
chairman , is due much of the enjoyment of
the evening.
Thu women of the Fifth' Avenue Methodist
church gave a very enjoyable social and
oyster supper Tuesday evening at the par
sonage.
The Dnnner society gave a well attended
masquerade ball last night at Its hall on
Main street. A largo number of pretty and
unique costumes were noticed.
One of the Jolllest affairs of the last week
was the "hayseed" dance given Thursday
night by the members of Augusta Grove at
Woodman hall. Many of the costumes cnr-
rled out the hayseed Idea to perfection nnd
were the source of considerable amusement.
Bluffs company , Uniform Rank , Knights
of Pythias , gave one of their popular dances
Thursday night nt Hughes' hall , which was
well attended and , as usual , proved most
enjoyable.
What promises to bo n feature of the com
ing week Is the Trade Carnival to be given
Friday evening nt Odd Fellows' hall by the
young women of the Fifth Avenue Methodist
church.
Mr. William McConnell of Underwood nnd
Miss Catherine M. Wlckham of Weston were
quietly married Ira the presence of n few rel-
ntlves nnd Intimate friends Monday after
noon at St. Francis Xnvior's church by Rev.
Father Fcoley of St. Beniard'B
The members of the Central University
club were entertained yesterday afternoon
at tlio homo of Mrs. Hul > 3tte on Wnsh'ugton '
avenue.
Mr. Myron D. Harrlmau and Miss May
Voscy , both of Underwood , were married
Thursday afternoon at 'tho Christian tabernacle -
naclo parsonage , Rev. S , M. Perkins offlclat-
Intf. Only a few relatives nnd Intimate
friends were present. Both brldo and groom
nro well known In ihls city , where they have
a largo circle of friends.
Miss Ellen Dodge returned from a visit to
Now York last Tuesday.
Charles T. Stewart returned homo Tuesday
from a visit to his ranch.
Mra. II. A. Stcelo returned Thursday from
a visit with relatives In Hastings , Neb.
Mr. and Mr , Robert R. Frey nnd family
will remove shortly to Indianapolis , Ind ,
Mr. Ferdinand Wles loft Thursday for New
York for n visit of several weeks , When ho
returns ho will bo accompanied by Mrs.
Wles , utio has been In the east for some
time.
time.Mr.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L , Douglas left Thurs
day for an extended trip of a month , dur
ing which they will visit St. Louis , friends
In several places In Illinois and Mason City ,
In. They expect to return March 15.
Mrs , 0. T. Trotter returned Wednesday
from n visit In Red Oak ,
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Frey left Friday for
Akron , O. , where they will make their fu
ture home.
Miss Kate Rlley left Monday for Chicago.
She expects to bo away about two week *
Friends of Miss Beatrice Hinds of St. Jo
seph , Mo. , will bo grieved to hear of her
serious Illness.
Miss Bcrta Woods has returned from a
visit with her parents In Henderson , la.
Mr. R. B. Montgomery returned to Texas
yesterday after a brief visit with lus family
here.
here.Miss
Miss Eleanor Montgomery expects to Ipavo
shortly for a visit of several weeks In New
York ,
Mrs. Horace Everett , accompanied by her
slstor , Mrs. Smith , loaves shortly for a trip
to Cuba , where MM. Smith's son Is stationed
with his command.
l , - i TnUeii In .lull ,
The young man arrested Friday evening
after stealing a pair of shoes from Sargcut'u
utoro nnd who refused to glvo his nnmo nt
the tlmo told Judge Aylesworth In police
court yesterday morning he was James
Lee and that his homo was In Grlnnell ,
In. The photograph album found In his
possession was Identified by George Davis ,
the Broadway druggist , as one stolen from
his store. So far no ono has appeared
to claim the bolt of cloth and the police
nro of the opinion that It was stolen else
where , Leo tried to account for his pos
session of the stolen goods by putting up
n story about n woman whom he met on the
street giving them to him. Informations
charging hint with larceny from n build
ing were filed against him by B. M. Snr-
gent , Camp Brothere and George 8. Davis
In Justice Vlon's court. Leo waived exam
ination on all three charges nnd was com
mitted to the county Jail to await the action
of the grand Jury. Before being taken to
Jail the police had Leo photographed. Ho
objected to the proceeding and fought like
a tiger at the gallery. His hat was torn
to shreds In the struggle to get his picture
taken ,
Jtmv notts A inn nusi.vcss.
Film Two Itoportn nml IlrltiRN In Nu-
ni cro UN Inillutiiicntn In One liny.
The district court grand Jury mndo two
reports yesterday , returning n number of In-
dlctmonts and then adjourned until Tuesday ,
when It will resume Us deliberations. U
has a number of cases to dispose of yet.
Four of the Indictments returned wore
against Charles Stevenson , a young man of
this city. Ono Indictment Is on the charge
of obtaining $52u worth of hay ot Otto Sanr
on October 18 of last year and paying for It
with notes to which the nnmo of Robert
Stevenson , nn engineer living nt 151G Fifth
avenue , was forged. For this ho was also
Indicted on the charges ot forgery and ut
tering a forged Instrument. The fourth
Indictment Is on the charge of obtaining
money under false pretenses by securing n
loan from A. A. Clark & Co. on a wagon
and team which wore the property of an
other person. His ball under the tour In
dictments was placed at $3,100. A second
Indictment was returned against R. B. Tracy ,
John Lawrence nnd Jobn Wyatt on the
charge of breaking nnd entering a school
house In Lewis township with Intent to
commit a public offense. A previous Indict
ment had be n returned by this grand Jury
against them on the charge of stealing a
large number of chickens ana turkeys from
the premises of E , M. Lorcnz. They were
captured In Omaha with the stolen plunder
In their possession and were brought back
here on requisition papers.
Two Indictments were returned against
Sam Barnes for breaking nnd entering the
premises of Mrs. Kirk , 820 Avenue D , on
the night of February 12 , nnd stealing chick
ens to the value of $30 , belonging to Mrs.
Kirk and Mrs.Suyder. Barnes Is the man with
whom the two boys , John Kronlg and Hufus
Moon , arrested for the theft of the chickens ,
accused of being the man who accompanied
them and disposed of the plunder.
An Indictment was returned against
George Freeman nnd Ollvrr Cornell on the
charge of conspiring to commit a felony
by cheating 0. D. Funk , a farmer of Glen-
wood , la. They arc the parties who secured
$5 from Funk on a pretended sale of harness
oil and after getting his money Jumped into
their buggy and drove to Omaha , where
they were arrested. Cornell Is in custody
here , but Freeman was allowed out on his
own recognizance by Judge Aylcsworth.
Freeman Is the proprietor of a livery barn
on Cumlng street in Omaha.
The charge against C. C. Ltnzcl of ob
taining money Tinder false pretenses was
ignore by the grand Jury. Linzel rented
a house and after he had been served with
notice to quit by the landlord is alleged
to have sublet a room to Mrs. Hannah
Campbell , who paid for It In advance. Mrs.
Campbell was turned out by the landlord
before the time for which she had paid Lln-
zcl had expired.
The charge of burglary against H. L.
Farmer , the deaf mute accused of robbing
William Brown , another mute , was likewise
Ignored. The Jury failed to entertain the
charge ngnlnst Alfred Speck of Lewis town
ship , who wns accused of breaking In tfio
door of his own house with an ax and driving
out his family with threats to kill them.
Two petitions were Hied in the United
States district court yesterday by persons
desiring to be declared bankrupts and freed
of their debts.
Richard Hodgson of Hawthorne , who fnlls
to stnto his calling in life , plnccs his lia
bilities at $2,770 , which consists mostly of
debts Incurred by borrowing money. James
Kllblngton of Hawthorne is named as the
heaviest creditor , with $1,450 loaned money
against Hodgson. The petitioner's assets
consist solely of some household goods ,
which ho claims as exempt.
Thomas C. Mayhew of Lincoln township ,
this county , a farmer , schedules his liabili
ties at $1,363.37. His assets ho lists at $44C ,
consisting of household goods , two cows , a
team , five hogs and three shoals.
Bluff City Laundry , 'phono 314. "The
cheapest because the best. "
Do you know that the finest line of pianos ,
organs , violins , guitars , talking machines ,
sheet music and everything else kept In a
llrst-closs music store are always to be
found at the Bourlclus Music House , 32C
Broadway , where the organ stands upon
the building.
See those oranges at Klein's.
IIAHDIN PUTS IU A FIGHT.
CHy AxucHHOr AiimvorM the 1'ctltlon
Flluil In Court.
Yesterday afternoon City Assessor Will-
lam D. Hardin filed in the district court his
answer to the petition of the city that a
writ of mandamus be Issued compelling him
to make the assessment for the 1809 tax
levy. Ho lays the whole blame for not
commencing the work of the assessment on
County Auditor Innes' shoulders and says
that ho has been nt all times ready , willing
nnd anxious to proceed with nnd perform
his duties as assessor , but had been pre
vented from doing so iby the failure"nnd
refusal of the county auditor to furnish him
with a plat book ns required by section 1304
of the code of 1807 ; that he has never been
provided with finch plat 'book ' , although ho
has made a written demand upon the county
auditor for It ; that the county auditor , com
plying with the provisions of the code , has
supplied similar plat books to all other as
sessors In the county ; that ho is unable to
proceed with his work until such plat Is
furnished to him , nnd that his failure to
make the assessment is duo to the failure
of the auditor to furnish uch plat book ,
Ho says further that section 1326 of the
code of 1807 , relating to building and loan
associations provides that Immediately after
February 10 of each year tbo county auditor
shall furnish to each assessor In his county
the names of each stockholder In such asso
ciation residing In euch assessor's district ,
together with the number of shares hold by
each person and the actual value of each
sJjare on the first day of January preceding.
Hardin states that the auditor has failed
to do this and that ho cannot proceed with
the assessment without It.
He also sots up that the real and personal
property is listed and assessed on the same
blank and that being the case it Is im
practicable nnd impossible for him to pro
ceed with such [ iBsefumcntB separately.
Any delay , ho says , In making the assess
ment la not caused 'by ' his fault or neglect ,
but by the neglect of the officer 'whoeo duty
It is to furnish him with a plat book.
The answer concludes as follows ;
"Wherefore , this defendant prays that a
mandamus Issue from this court ordering
the said defendant , R. V. Inncs , county aud
itor , to furnish the plat took provided for
by section 1)164 ) ot the code and the state
ment provided for by * rctlon 1S26 of the
code nnd that n to thla defendant thlt
cause bo dismissed with costs nnd this de
fendant Joins with the city In Its prtyii
for relief ngalnst the defendant , U. V.
Innes , "
County Auditor Innes ho not yet filed
his reply , but expects that Counfy Attorney
Kllpack , who Is looking after his Interests ,
will do BO tomorrow morning before the
case comes up for 'hearing before Judge
Thornell.
HAI. PAHTY'S AHItlV.Ui
III Council IllufTn ,
General Oeorgo Washington , Mrs. Marthn
Washington and sulto will arrive In Coun
cil Bluffs by special stage , on next Wednes
day morning. They will ho given a public ,
patriotic concert nnd reception , with danc
ing , nt Itoy.il Arcanum hall in the cvrtiing ,
by the musical auxiliary of the Council
Bluffs Woman's club. Patriotism will rclgn
supreme for that evening.
Klein's fruits are the best.
Itcport nf CmiiiiHTclnl CoiniiiKtro.
At the meeting of the commercial committee -
too last evening Chairman Test made the
following report of what had been done
since the committee wns appointed :
The Omaha Bridge nnd Terminal Railway
company boa be-eu asked 'to ppen an agency
hero nnd establish train connections with
its Omaha railroad connections.
The Chicago , Rock Island & Pacific Hall
way company has been eeke-d to ndvertlso
Council Bluffs n ono of Us principal termi
nals , placing the city on an equality with
Chicago , Denver , Kaunas City , Omaha nnd
other points. The Rock Islnnd lias also been
requested to glvo ithls city Sunday morning
trains to Des Molnes and a regular dally
morning s rvico weat of the Missouri river
for commercial men who make this city
their headquarters.
The Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul Hall
way company has been nsked to ndvnrllea
Council Bluffs ns oue of its terminal points.
The Chicago , llurll'.ig'ton ' & Qulucy Rnll-
way company s St. Louis line has been re
quested to advertise Council Bluffs as one
of Its principal terminal points and to run
ItH "St. Louis Flyers" via Council Bluffs In
stead of diverting them , at Pacific Junction.
The Chicago & Northwestern Railway
company has been nsked to establish express
connections with its ; t o'clock p. in. trains
for Nebraska nnd Wyoming points.
A prominent business man ot this city has
expressed his willingness to take steps to
form n trust company to facilitate the loca
tion of now industries and enterprises.
The worklngmen nnd the renl estate denl-
ers of the city have been requested to or-
gnnize.
The Merchants' nnd Mnnufncturers' asso
ciation has been requested to take up the
matter of securing the location of the con
templated Iowa sugar beet factory and re
finery.
A correspondence has been started with
the American Sugar Refinery company as to
the advisability of locating a , cauo and syrup
refinery In Council Bluffs.
Snap Shots all go at 10 cents each at the
Council Bluffs ofllco of The Bee.
Davis sells drugs.
Klein's cigars beat 'em all.
Dlntrlct Cniirt Niitcn.
The Jury in the case of Charles Deltchlcr
against iHenry Hartje in the district court
brought in a verdict Saturday afternoon
for the plaintiff In the aura of $14.55.
Deltchlor sued for the value of two calves
alleged to have been killed toy a dog be
longing to Hartje and the latter brought a
counter-claim for the value of the dog ,
alleged to have been poisoned by the plain
tiff. The verdict was "based " on the value
of ono calf as sworn to by Deltchlor when
on the stand , less 45 cents , which ho said
he wns willing to deduct , being the amount
he received for their pelts. The value
of the second calf was offset against the
canine.
The suit of Ebenczer G. Hager agalns
the City Council of Council Bluffs was dls
missed on motion of the defendant a
plaintiff's cost. In this case It was shown
that the plaintiff had Bottled out ot cour
with the Milwaukee railway , which hai
been made a party defendant.
The hearing on the application of ( Mrs
Elizabeth McKee for an Injunction ngains
: ho saloon at HOG Broadway , conducted by
D. Graham and C. Dobbins , wns continued
until next Wednesday on agreement. A
settlement is looked for in the meantime.
Attorney Hendrlcks on behalf of Joseph
ICenncy. Ora Haley and Frank Dyer , the
.hree men recently committed to the county
inll under the state vagrancy law , argued
a motion to quash the information and for
.ho discharge of the prisoners. Ho based
his motion on the grounds that the section
under which the men were committed was
unconstitutional , Inasmuch as It provldei
'or a trial In the district court without
the defendants 'being ' first Indicted by the
grand Jury. Judge Thornell overruled
he motion.
The women of Trinity Methodist Episcopal
church will serve a Martha Washington din
ner Wednesday , February 22 , from fi to S
p. m. at the church , corner of Ninth nvcnuo
and Fourth street. At S p. in. there will be
a program , consisting nf music and an ad
dress by Colonel C , G. Saunders. Tlcke's 20c.
Remember the exposition by getting some
copies of Snap Shots at the Council Bluffs
ofllco of The Bee. Ten cents each.
Buy your candies at Kloln'e.
( 'liureliotoM ,
At the First Baptist church this morning
the pootor. Rev. R. Venting , will preach on
"Tonguo Tied , or the Gift of Speech. " In
the evening Jils subject will be "History of
Our Gospel Songs. " Sunday school will bo
it nocci and Young People's union meeting
it 6:30 : p. m.
Rev. Alexander Llthcrland , pastor of the
Second Presbyterian churcli , will take ns
; ho subject of his sermon this morning. "Tho
Diblo n Means of Development of Christian
Life. " In the evening his theme will be
'Tho Gospel Not a Reservoir , but a Spring. "
Rev. D. D. Hurt of the First Christian
hurch , Omaha , will preach at the. Christian
abcrnaclo this morning. The subject of ( 'Is
icrmon will bo "Tho Fullness of the Gos
pel. " The pastor. Rev. S. M. Perkins , will
ircach In the evening , his topic being "Curs-
ng nnd Swearing. "
Services nt Grace Episcopal church will be
leld today ns follows ; Sunday school at ! ) :4S :
i. m. ; morning prayer and sermon nt 11
) 'clock ; evening prayer and sermon at 7:30 :
j'clock. There will bo no Lenten services
.his week , as the rector , Rev. II , L. Knox ,
vlll attend the consecration of Rev. Dr. Mer-
ison as bishop of Iowa nt Chicago on
iVcdncsday.
At the First Congregational churcli this
nornlng the pastor , Rev. G. W. Wilson , will
ako as the subject of his sermon "Avoiding
Vnxlous Care. " In the evening his ilmmo
" ' . " school
vlll be "Abraham's Trial. Sunday
vlll bo at noon and Christian Endeavor
neotlng at 6:30 : p , m.
Rev. J. K. Moore of Omaha will conduct
joth morning and evening servlccu at the
"Ifth Avenue Methodist church today. Sun-
lay school will bo at noon ; Junior league
netting at 3 p. m. ; Epworth lenguo meeting
it 6:3Q. : p. m. and morning class lit iMu
j'clock ,
The services at St. Paul's Episcopal
: hurch , Rev. George E. Walk , rector , JoJay
vlll ho as follows : Morning prayer , litany
md sermon at 10:30 : o'clock ; evening prayer
md sermon at 7:30 : o'clock. During L it
.ho week day services will be as followa :
fuesdays , Wednesdays and Thursdays ,
iraycr and address at 4:30 : p , m , ; cvealoc
irayer and lecture on Fridays at 7:30 : o'clock ;
iVedncsday evenings , prayer and lecture at
Ml Saints' chapel , Third avenue and Elgh-
ecnth street.
The pastor. Rev. G. W. Snyder , will [ ircach
it St. John's English Lutheran church at
0:30 : a. in. and 7:30 : p. m , todiy. Sunday
chool will be at noon and young people's
ncetlng at 7 p. in. ,
OSTEOPATHY , I
To Those Who .HttlTct Thn llnninn
IJoJj- I * nu Intrlontc Mnotilnc- .
\\M" cVfr , npk J'l'TBclf why you suf-
ve
T"S
. ,
tlmo IH u certain
cure : NcrvousiicVs
i
roMin'r'0 ' ' ! ? ' , IlhM" ni , Aa.hmn .
Kcstloii. nil ! form1 * of Mnmnrh ir
< " - | - " ! ' 7
tV nir.rhV.V " ' " w
I. nibs. Dislocations , Iloart ' , Lunir K
Liver and Hlnddor trouble
, Drosy H
utcd Kyollds. Kits. Sick llcndnchV
ftmv ! ' : " ' " - ( ' ( 1'rontnto.
J oqrrn , . ' Alm ' " 1" cim'(1 thousand * of
women Klvnn
ut > ns Incurable by other
tc' s f tro.it.ncnt. . It linn currVn great sys- or
per criH of diseases of womrn than
niiv
vor. ? ° im- Un8CH A" nr ° hpnoiu" ' " ! 95 out of
trontcd nro
cured
Nome Prominent Profile Who nn < lor
llio Sc-lcnppt
Among the thousand * of patients who
> " < M'lfully lronlpl1 ?
linthlr methods ! nnd I' osio
cured arp somn vprv
} ! r ' ± en ! ! ' ! ; Mr ? " HPrtiWf of Waili-
, . . ' ,
liiKtpn , n. ( . . wife of Judge Sprlimor. chief
"
Jintlco of court of nppoal * in Indian to"
n " 1lcr f connreM many years
f Kn"
JudRO I H. Goodnight of Franklin. Kv ,
representative. of congress , wn c rod of
same trouble by osttopnthlats as n last re-
l > ' Co"Kcr' AkronO - ° f
Among others who endorse the sclencn
from pprsorml oxpprlptipo nrp : Scimtur nnd
? 'rs' ' , ' ' . ! ' 1ornk < > r' IRO | of 011 | ° : "ovprnor
Frank S. HrlKg of North Dakota , On" .
ernor l.on v.
SlcphpiiN of Missouri. ox-
Oovernnr Altgeld of Illinois , cx-Oovcrnbr
'J.I01.1 ' ! ot N ormoiH. Oovernnr Plngroe of
MlphlBan. novoriior Shaw of Iowa , ex-
Governor IMllliiKimm of Vprmont. Lleuten-
ant Governor Flsk of Vermont PX-Oov-
prnor "Hob" Tuvlor of TomiPiwi nnd mi-
niprous nthnrs of trtwtrd and well pdncatrd
11111 nnd women of our country , as well
as of the old , tiiul Isles of the seas
DR. M , W- BAILEY ,
Gradnnto of Uw A oijcim School , Call or write for furtho'r Information.
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g "Delays are dangerous. " Do not fail
g to have a supply of Clrns. Sunnier
g cigars. John G. Woodward < S Co. , disH - §
H tributors , Council Bluffs , la §
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RICH HERITAGE IS WAITING
Two Siotu City Men Hope to Possess
Priceless Now York Property.
TRACE DESCENT FROM A COLONIAL OWNER
llrltlNh Officer Snld < o Have firnnU-.l
* to TrniiiitH on Mnnlinttnii
Inland unit Aftcrwiiril to
Have Lout Document * * .
SIOUX CITY , la. , Feb. IS. ( Special Tele
gram. ) Two Sioux City men have Just hcon
notified that they are heirs to an enormous
estate In the heart of New York City. These
men are Sparhawk Hutchlus nnd Colonel
Charles D. Slantln. They are direct de
scendants of Alexander Montgomery , an ex-
ofllcer of the British army and a lory ot
colonial New York. He owned thirty acres
of land on Manhattan Islnnd , executed
leases on It to various persons and removed
to Canada. There he died and the leases
were In some manner lost. The renters
then continued In possession of the prop
erty nnd the heirs never could get title.
The tract of land in this ownership In
cludes that on the southern portion of .Man
hattan Island , right In the heart of the
present great city , extending from the Bat
tery north to Murray street and from the
East to the North river. The land is now
worth probably hundreds of millions of del
lars. Already the most Important hit of
evidence has been found in the shape of the
original leases. These were accidentally
discovered In the garret of an old house
In Canada , which formerly was the property
of old maid sisters of Montgomery. These
documents now nre In the possession ot
the heirs. Lawyers have found that the
title to this property Is not clear , as there
is no record of a transfer from Alexander
Montgomery to the next holders.
EASTSIDISIIS LOS 13 . THE FIRIIT.
Hlver Front Incntioii for .Vcw Court
UOHHC In Hilled Out.
DES MOINES , Feb. IS. ( Special Tele
gram. ) The district court today handed
down a decision in the court house site case.
It holds that the election to select a site for
the new $100,000 court house resulted In
favor of the river front location , but because
of the fact that the statutes do not provide
for the issuance of bonds for the * purchase
of real estate for a county court house Kite
( do election was Illegal , It thus being vir
tually held that the court house must be
built on the old site. There has been a big
row over this matter , the east and west Bides
of the city taking sides against each other ,
and ns the oastslders. who are In favor of
the river front , have determined to appeal
to the supreme court the case Hcems des
tined to become as famous ns the Jones
county calf case , and it Is very doubtful If
the court bouse is built at all for a year
or more.
The State Board of Control returned today
from Knoxvllle , where It went to Investi
gate the charges brought against Superin
tendent Culbertson of the State Home for
Feeble Minded. The board found that there
was no foundation for the charges and that
they grew out of dissatisfaction on the part
of some who had their salaries cut down by
the lent legislature.
James Livingston of the Orcat Northern
hotel In Chicago , ono of the promoters of the
Southern hotel at St. Louis nnd the West nt. j
Minneapolis , arrived in the city today to
make urellmlnary Investigations and plans
relative to the building of a now six-story
hotel on n prominent corner.
John Cov.'nlo of the Stnto Hoard of Con
trol today announced that the addition of
Industrial department ) ) to the state Insane
asylums were being planned.
The street car company today announced
that It would appeal to the supreme court
from the decision of the district court mudo
yesterday , which holds Hint It must pay
for all of the paving between their rails
md a foot on each side , making a total of
seven feet , Instead of the five feet they have
aeen paying for ,
LOOKS IJKK 'I'll 15 WllONO "MAX.
IICNIMIlllllllKM ! til IlllllctOll
( iiiiulili-r MiilH-N Him Troulilc.
FOHT UODQK , Jo. , Feb. 18. ( Special
rclcgram. ) A strong case of resemblance
las been brought to light hern by the nrrtat
) f a well known Sioux City gambler on thu
iunplelon that ho was Fruuk Cornlck , the
Kale gambler Indlcled by the last grand
| ury. The prisoner who gave hit ) name na
311m Bradley , was brought hero yesterday
ind It was not until today that the olllccra
oleased him and not until after more than j
; wenty people had attempted to Identify
tilra. It was later learned from Sioux City
; hat Dradloy was known there na Slim
IVakcIield and that hla resemblance to Cor-
ilck had caused them to bo taken for ono
mother before. The released prisoner
, hrcatens to prosecute for false Imprison-
nent.
of u
AMES. la. , Feb. 18. ( Special Telegram. )
-Hans Lawn , a young Dane , boramo sud-
lenly Insane this morning and behaved In
i violent manner. Ho ran Into the wood ,
itrlpped himself and threw himself In front
) f a train. Ho was rescued , however , and la
low under restraint.
t
I'rlnniipr Ilrlvnxril to Dip , {
FORT DOnOB , la. . Feb. 18. ( Special Tel- |
igrara. ) W , 0. Hallstock , a noted character ,
vha was arrratcd hero on the charge of at- .
cmptlng to commit violence upon the memi
SI'KCIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.
Loans on Improved farms In Iowa. 5
nor cent , with a small commission , or
6J4 Per cent without commission.
Interest and principal payable at our
olllce. Parties now paying G per cent
ran save money by drilling wllli usVC
have several farms for sulo nt low-
prices In western lown.
Two fruit farms close to Council Bluffs
for sale cheap.
A largo list of Improved city property
for sale rheap. Now In the time to pur
chase a home on easy terms ( it a low
price.
We write nro Insurance In the strong
est companies and at rates as low as
any agent representing sound companies.
LOUGRE & LOUORK ,
No. 102 South Main Street.
Council Bluffs , in. Telephone 312
THE NEUMAYER
JACOB NKUMAYBtt , I'ROP.
104. 206. 20S , 210 , Broartw y. Council Blufft ) .
Kates , .2j per day ; 76 rooms. FJrut-das !
II eveiy respect. Motor line to all depots
] I oc.il agency for the Celebrated St. liouli
A. B. C. Beer. First-class bar In con-
nectlon.
Guarantee Hog Cholera
Cure nnd Preventive.
Sold under nn absolute
guarantee. Try It nnd
save your hogs. Ageuta
wanted everywhere.
Write us.
Guarantee Hog Cholera Cure Go.
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA.
hers of his family. Is not expected to live.
Hallstock is a well educated mulatto. Ho
Is n member of the Grand Army of the Ko-
publlc nnd occupied n prominent place In
the community. His present condition was
brought about by drink. Upon the Inter
position of his old soldier friends ho was
released from jail today.
ESCAPE OF IM1ISCIIEET FAII.MKIl.
riionuiN DI-IIII rionrlNliCN Illx Money
anil Hardy Suvs It.
FORT DODGE , In. , Feb. IS. ( Special Tel
egram. ) A bold attempt nt highway robbery
wns made at Manson last evening. Thomas
Dean , n farmer , had come to the city nnd
obtained $300 by selllns produre. This ho
showed quite freely during the dny. He had
been drinking with two strangers , who met
him later In the evening In the outskirts of
the town. When ho started to drive homo
they stopped him nnd attempted to take.his
money. Some men near by were attracted
by his cries and came to the rescue. Oni )
of the men escaped iind is supposed to hnvo
come to Fort Dodgo. The other wns cap
tured nnd lodge in the Malison Jal ( . The man
captured gave the nnmo ot A. C. Smith.
IX TIIU llirr.lIKH CASE.
Vnrlrl.v of OpInloiiN ExproNNuil IIH la
Mil * I'M Mil I OllllMIIIK' .
MASON CITY , la. , Fob. 18. ( Special Tele
gram. ) At 10:30 : today D.V. . Ilurji began
Ills plea In behalf of the Rtato In the Hughes
murder trial. The state attorney expected to
make the opening argument but was pre
vented on account of sickness. Four or flvo
dnyo will bo consumed in arguments. Judge
Sherwhi's Instructions will be < | tilto volumi
nous regarding thu final verdict.
Opinions differ gn-atly. A few think the
evidence would support 11 conviction. About
an equal number hold for nn acquittal ,
whllo a JIJTKO percentage are looking for a
llsagrecment. Mrs. Hughra herself fools
onflileiit of an acquittal and her lawyers are
supporting her ki the opinion.
filHITAI , MllltDKII AT MASO.V CITV ,
KliM'iiiiui lloniI'limui'N n Knlfi * Into
KlIrilUT KlllNOIl'H HlK'U.
MASON CITY , In. . Feb. 18. ( Special Tel-
grnm. ) James Ellison , n farmer , was
itabbrd to death late this afternoon by L.
It. Dune , u fireman. Ellison lived about
in hour.
Done went to n hardware store , bought
i five-Inch blade butcher knife , met Kill-
on nnd plugged him In the buck of tlio
leek , the blade's point reaching the lobo
if thu lung. Ilono run Into a lumber
nrd. A friend got him n team and ho has
hus far escaped. The wlicrlff and n number
if deputies nro In hot chase. It Is not prou-
iblu that ho can evade thu ofDcers.
IOWA CIIHISTIAX ASSOCIATION ,
V'oiinir MI-II'M OrKiinl/iilldii OliMrrvrn
C'ollK < > liny nt Sliito Convention.
DUDUCJUIla. . , Feb. 18. This Is collega
lay at the state convention of the Young
trii'n ! Christian association and the nttcnd-
mro of the members of college branches
* a largo and addresses unusually Inter-
Htlng. C. a Miauntr of. New York waa
mo of the principal speakers ,
Regular business meetlngn of the convcn-
lon will -end tpnlght.
Sunday HeEBlonti will bo wholly rellglotn.
OHccolii fountFuriuitrn. .
SII1LEY. la. , Feb. 18. ( Special Telegram. )
-Tho Osccola county fanners' Institute
loaed KB three dayu' sconlon thin afternoon
> y Intcn'utlng paperx and discussions on UK *
Icultural , educational nnd social topic * , Thu
ollowlng ofllccra were elected for .the cnsu- \
ng year : President , \V , J. Reeves ; Hecrc-
ary , Valentino Dryt'H , trcaeurcr , C. M , Mc-
) ougall , and uu executive committee of live
uewbers.

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