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401 to 405 Broadway GARDINER , BOSTON STORE Council Bluffs , Iowa.
A Great Sale of Ready to Wear Garments ! Cape * , J'ck'ts Ladies9 , Suit ® Collarettes - JSoas Un der wear. Black Coney lloa , trltntncJ with Ladles' ' Black Curl Cloth Jacket- Full assortment of colors nnd sizes , at great marten tnlls. worth , / - Men's extra .honvy flfcooetl unrtor- now style , all d7.es , as represented ly reduced prices $2.50 , our price 2. / O xvonr , covorcd > i n in out , worth 57.50 , - , _ . . - _ , $7.50 Tailor-made' Suite - . _ _ , Marten Boa , extra good quality , Boatns.cnch t > / 2 O only . Stk.7. & for . 4t. 75 only trimmed with tnlls , O.OO Men's now pure , silk fleeeeil , the Ladles' Tan nnd Black Jackets- SO.CO Tallor-inado Suits * best for lioiuth nncl 1 nr\ r refer Stone Marten I3oa , trimmed with JL.\J\J 5. OS comfort full lined , extra well finished , made for . . Marten _ of Covert nnd Kersey cloth , usually $12.00 Tnilor-niado Suits < - > _ _ , tnlls O.GU Men's all wool fleece nnd nil wool sold for 810.00 , our arrrTk for . O. 7 > Hod Fox , trimmed , - , . _ , untiltnry pnrmonts.Vo iniiko a price each . J / . i > L * with tails > .73 oflort these , t special < in _ , f\f\ $1S and , 20 Tailor-made Suits - Heal Stone Marten Boa , ilno ' JLt\J\J 25. OO gai'tnouU ' . Ladles' Kersey Cloth Jackets in for 812 and . _ . blitek , bro.vn , tan , blue nnd cadet. only worth J25.00 , 19.OO Our Sl.RO nnd $2.50 garments nro all highly finished , tailor made , Ladies' Dress Skirts Black Coney Collar- best values in the tnurkot for the cut coat shape , extra good values , > r- . ctte , silk lined O.1 G money. In plain black nnd figured mohair nnd serge $10.00 at 85.00 , $3.50 , $2.25 , $1.75 , 81.60 Black Coney Collarette , with Children's Underwear Wo have Astrakhan j-okc , . _ ' ana . . a full line of children's underwear , Also a full line of Ladles Jackets , Ladles' black crepon Sklrte , In various patterns eatin lined t > .7fc > in cotton ; ilouco anil wool , at lowest similar styles , in Covert , Kersey , . . Klcctrlo Seal Collarotte , prices. terns , at J12.00 , $5.00 , down with Astrakhan . . _ Beaver and Persian Boucle cloth to . Ladies' Underwear Ladies' 7.5O at extra low prices and good values yoke . ' lleooetl underwear full sized heavy Ladles' plaid and plain colored Skirts at 'JycJ Oppossum Collarette , , $ # .75 , 5.OO , 6,75 , $9.75 , $7.50. $5.75 , $5.00 , $4.50 , . , trlmmod with henda _ _ , , - ami finished seams , _ , O.OO , 12.OO , 15.OO $3.50 , and . and tails 7,5O at 2&O Electric Seal Collarotte , extra Lmlics1 Egyptian llocccil underwear and7.OO eaeJh. Ladies9 Wrappers fine nnd well _ - a repular COo garment , at , t > c/O o 9.75 finished Calico AVrnppere In largo assortment of colors Ladies' now nngorn fleeced underwear , very fine- and soft llcoco , CAJPJ3S Electric Seal Collarette , with " and sizes , worth $1,00 our ors c ? made by a now process , la not damaged by"washing _ , tabs and Persian price , each . Oe/O yoke at OC/O Largo and well assorted line of trimmed with Mar- _ Ladies' Persian Boucle Capes at Ladles' heavy Flannelette Wrappers In full ten tails 2lftOO Lndios' all wool garments , the lowest prices over offered in each line of . sizes nnd colors only X.OO Ilcal Marten Collnretto and Deaver Collarette , all extra , well lined all sixes , fJOc and this vicinity. Just imagine a full and finished with tabs and trlmnieU with Marten tails , at extra low Ladins' union suits at 25c , a lot of extra value union suit8worth sweep curl cloth cape , full lined and At $1.25 wo show an extra good quality In prlces-S 17.00 , $20.00. $2'2.50 and S25.00. up to C9e. interlined 33 inches and 30 inches Flannelette Wrappers , elaborately trimmed , At ! 19c a lot of fine heavy fleeced union suits. euch only and with 12-Inch Ilouacc a bargain - _ Hosierv , , gain at . At 60c , full sized , extra quality union suits worth 81. 5,75 and 7.5O Others In Percale , Cotton Flannel nnd all Ladles * Ladies' ' all wool union suits , rt extra heavy fleeced wool all neatly trimmed and well Hose atl , SI.50 and I/ . Other prices are each , . , $2.50 _ a made , at , $3.50 - , ' wool black warranted Ladies'all . J.75 pair tights , -i $5.75. 4.5O , 5.OO , and A regular 25c Fleece Lined fust , colors , . , , jL - Hose ( S pairs _ , _ . 5.75 , S,5O , tolO.OO DressingSacques for GOc ) for 17O ' Infants' Wear. well asorted line of ladles' ' A full nnd Ladles' Fleece Lined Hose , . and J5.OO each. Dressing Sacqucs in all colors and sizes , with double eolo and neatly trimmed with ribbon , fancy feath ribbed top very _ Ladies' Golf Capos , in fine assort er stitching and wide sailor collar , at the clastic , extra valu * Z 5 C Rubens'Infant Shirt Just received , a flno ment of colors at the following following pricee , each , $4.50 , $2.25 , _ _ . Ladles' flno Cashmere line of Ruben's under prices $1.75 , $1.25 and . 9OO TVE NEVER CHANGE COLOR Hose , per pair , _ _ . wear for infante , like 39c and IfiJO cut n most convenient 5.75 , New line ladlea' Fancy Hose per pair _ and comfortable gar Gloves GOc and 2&C ment. 7.0O , to $12 each. Children's Fleece Lined Hose extra value A nice line of dainty $1CO Ccntemerl flno kid Glove (3 ( pairs 50c ) 17O Backs for infants in all PLUSH CAJP.BS very dressy , in all shades . jL. Children's heavy ribbed Cotton Hose pretty shades $1.50 Doris , a new cycle and drlv (3 ( for 25c ) JLOO at l5.60G9,05o ! , ; the ' anil crush at of Ladles' Plush in both plain Full line Capos ing Glove for ladlea . ! Children's flno Cashmere Infau's hoodB , an end following prices $1.00 Ladles' Arabian Undressed Mocha Hose " 5O less itBsortmont at 25o , 8.75 4.75. 5.OO , 7.5O , Golves , In all the leading ' 33e 50o OQe , $2.98 , , 230 -i rr \ Men's Furnishings , , , - n - shades . JL.LfU No Buttons NoTrouble 75cand. 1.25 1O OO 12.OO , to 2O.OO each. A big lot of men's Laundered Men's Full Laundered Shirts , Misses' and Children's fine Mocha Jllttens , Shirts , regular 50c with two collars and cuffs to fur trimmed , 50c nnd . .39o quality , to close. . match good line of new styles- ' ' would be good value at3O - MISSJBS < CIIILDR&NS J'K'TS Ladles' fine Undressed Mocha Mittens- .1.00 Men's Laundered Shirts with fl.OO our price , each . . . . " - ' * < - ' New line of men's Work Gloves and Mitts. go at . . . two collars to match worth We have the biggest line of Jl.OO Children' and Misses' Jackets and Reefers , trimmed ' , 50c to close , at * ? O/ " Colored Laundorea Shirts In tha Men's fine Drees Gloves 1.50 Full line of * Children's fancy and plaid gloves , something vorr now (3 ( for $1.00) ) t > yC ? city ALL SIXES up to IS. , § . a pair. .39c " " " " ' with fnncv braid , buttons and uppllquo work also fancv golf per pair . . Our line of Men's Furnishings is "Uie most "complete."N'BVV lines ' capo effect at $1.50 , $2.00 , $2.50 , $3.511. $1.50 , $5.00 , Ladlca' fancy driving gloves , a now novelty , very stylish , of Neckwear all the new shapes of collars , suspenders to suit , in all Men's silk lined Dress Gloves , extra vnlue § 1.25 thn . buckles , including the Manhattan , President , French and SU.75 to $ ! ) .UO each. go at ( . . 5Oo Shirley ne.w makes. Everything new in men's Half Hose , In woolen. a pair New line of men's Scotch Knit Gloves ' in assortment of A full line of ladles' and children's wool mittens , best line Cashmere. Lisle nnd Cotton. Our $1.00 White Laundered is a won Missos' Grctulien Clonks for school wear . good In the city , 25c to , . . 75c der , In all styles , open and closed front , long and short bosom , all and Mitts at 25c , 39c , 50c and 75c a pair. . . and $5.00. . colors at $2.50 , $2.08 , $3.75 sizes to IS. COUNCIL BLUFFS. PLANS FOR THE RECEPTION Council Bluffs Getting Into Shape to Receive the Returning Volunteers. COMMITTEES GETTING DOWN TO WORK I.nrul livrciitlvr t'onnnHtee Sciul * Out Iji'tlcr 1 > Mayor i > f Kvcry City IVhlcli HUH Company In ( lie I Preparations for the reception to the Fifty- first Iowa are goinp ; on apace and by the end of the week every committee will be linrd at work. The committees have an im- jnonfio amount of detail work to do. In ac cordance with the plan that the reception Bhould bo a state-wide one the local execu tive committee yesterday sent a letter or invitation to the mayor of every city and town In lown. The letter Is as follows : "The Klfty-drst Iowa regiment of volun teers Is now returning from the Philippines and will soon nguln bo on Iowa soil. It Is undoubtedly the sentiment of nil the people of our ( itate that the reception to this regi ment , of which we nro BO proud , should be fully In keeping wih the patrlotlum nnd loy alty of our state. At a meeting of a com mittee from each city more directly Inter ested In llio regiment , on account of being the homo of ono or more companies , hold at Crestou recently , It waa decided that'the l > coplo of Iowa should welcome the regi ment In this city. The exact date of the arrival of our hoye cannot ut this time bo determined , but tbo press of the state will announce thu date as soon a It can bo learned , Kvery city and town within the elate Bhould bo represented on this happy occasion , and all Bhould join In Iowa's ex pression of gratitude nnd love. We wish most earnestly to Invite and urge you , Mr. Mayor , and through you all the people or your city , to be with ua anj take active part in welcoming our returning fiolilicre. Come nnd bring your city with you. " At a moctlni ; of the committee , held yc - tcrday afternoon , three more sub-commltteea wore appointed , as follows : Transportation W. J. Davenport , J. C. Mltcliull , A. T. Klwoll. L. H. CSrecr , J. H. Jlluiicliurd. A. J. Jlnmlnrson , I. M. Troynor , \ \ ' . S. Dlmmoc-k , J. N. llaldwln , v. n. Ilencler , t'recl Davis. Luulns Wells , W. W. Lnonils and 1. C. Ilonham. DndKus Ours" S , WrlBht , W. L. Doug lass , J. Al. Konlon. Georso Mtiyno.V. . A. Maurer , Mrs. Smith Mcl'horson , Mrs. John N. lialdwln , Ml.ia Helen Moore , Mrs. Her man Ho.sch. ConiiuKtrr. Dr. Macrae was made chairman of the subcommittee - committee on arrangements , but the inem- l > oru will not bo announced until today , Mnyor Jennings Is chairman of the local reception committee nnd he ban not yet se lected these who will act on this committee- , FARM LOANS Negotiated In Eastern Nebraska and Iowa. Junu-n N. fiisacly , Jr. , 1M Main St. , Council llluRs. LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES BOUGHT l < * or Caiili ur I.uniicil On , 1) . II. SHKAFi : A 00. . C 1'earl Struet , Conucll lUnfTi , IOITO. but hast promised to name the llet today. Judge J. t R. Heed Is chairman of the local committee on invitations nnd he Is expected to name his associates some time today. Mayor Jennings Is also chairman of the com mittee on program and this has not been filled yet. The reception committee , with the mayor at Its head , will consist of the chairmen of the various sub-committees , who are as follows : Finance , K. 13. Hart ; transportation , W. J. Davenport ; Invitation , Judge J. 11 , Heed ; reception. Mayor Victor Jennings ; refresh ments. K. W. Hart ; press nnd publicity , H. AV. Tllton ; halls , hotel * and headquarters * , G. W. Llpo ; music , I. M. Treynor ; badges , Oeorgo S. Wright ; program , Mayor Victor Jennings ; decorations , L. A. ( Jasper ; parade , J. B. Atkins ; arrangements , Dr. D. Macrae ; carriages and horses. 13. II. Odelt ; printing , J. J. Stendman ; speakers , John N. Ualdwln ; camptlres , George Carson. The refreshment committee , which neces- | j sarlly will be ono of the most Important , la j i not yet complete , but E. W. Hart , chairman I | of the executive committee of this subcommittee - ' | committee , expects to bo able to announce the membership today. At the meeting yesterday the committee i on halls , hotels and headquarters waa In structed to secure a suitable headquarters for the regiment for the day and In addi tion separate headquarters for each com- i 1 pany. The Idea Is that thcno separate bead- j quarters can be used as the rallying place i for the people from the towns repropescnteU hv companies In the regiment and enable them to easily find any member of the regi ment that they may desire. Kach of thesn , headquarters will be In charge of a member of the local reception committee and a coni- , rnlttee from the company's home town. The i committee on halls was also instructed to | tiDcuro a suitable hall where breakfast could 1 bo served the regiment promptly on Its arrival - rival In the city and another hall where the reception banquet will be served either at noon or In the afternoon. The large hall in I the Masonic Temple will probably he the | I place whcro the banquet 'Will be held , It be > - , ing about the only hall in the city large i enough to accommodate the entire regiment , The executive committee will meet again this morning at 10 o'clock In the ofllco of Attorney Tlnloy , when It elpectn to wind up all the preliminary work and got the eub- commktccs started out on their several ! missions. I Reasonable amount of mending done free of charge at the Dluff City laundry. This Is the laundry that takes good care of your linen. 31 North Main. IlrnUiMinui Futility Hurt. James McKenna , a brakeman working1 on a gravel train on the Chicago & North western railway , full between the cars yesterday noon and received Injuries -which resulted In his death four hours later. The accident occurred about two mllw from the city , where gra.vel was being laid as 'ballast ' on the second track now In con mo of construction , McKenna was standing on onn of the rear cars attending to thA tir.ikn. when In some manner ho lost his position 1 and fell between the cars , the wheels of the I last one passing over his stomach. Ho , was brought to this city as eoon as possible , , but when ho reached the local depot It was | seen that he could live 'but ' a short time and Dr. Lacey , the company's physician , ordered him placed In the baggage room. Everything possible was done * o alleviate his sufferings , but after lingering tor about four bours , death came to his releaso. McKenna wna conscious moat of the time and begged Dr. Lacey to give him sutllclcnt morphine to kill him , Uov , Pat her Smyth of at. Francis Xavler'e wus with the un- fortijnate man nnd gave him the last rites of the church. The body was removed to Eutop'u under taking rooms , where Coroner Treynor will hold an inquest this morning at 8 o'clock. Little Is known about McKenna ; ho had oaly been in the employ of tbo railroad since Monday and wau a stranger. It Is thought ho had relatives living In Massa- chueets. He was a young man , probably about thirty y < virs of age and of magni ficent physique. DOINGS IN TIIK DISTRICT CO1IIIT. Ilitil lie ii Convicted anil OtherH In- illetcd li > - llio Critml Jury. Geoige Williams , Indicted on the charge of 'breaking ' Into H. L. Whistler's barn last i May nnd stealing a quantity of tools , was J tried before Judge Macy In the district court yesterday and the Jury decided he was guilty. Judge Macy reserved sentence. The jury in the suit of J. F. Huntlngton | of Oakland against H. J , Chambers of thla 1 city brought In a verdict for the plaintiff In j . the sum of $608.13. The suit was over a ! ' note which Huntlngton claimed was his j . property and which had beea collected by I Chambers. The grand Jury returned an Indictment against Mrs. Kate Feeley of Underwood on the charge of aKeault with Intent to com- mlt murder. It la charged that September 1 last Mrs. Feeley fired her revolver at Jcas Heldt nnd Henry Burns , who were sitting on the sidewalk In front of. her house. Mra. Feeley ordered them to move and they rt - ftised when , as they allege , she shot at j them. Mrs. Feeley denies the shooting. She gave hall In the sum of $1,000 for her appearance in court. The case of the City against Mrs. M , F. Itohrcr nnd the Omaha & St. Louis rail way Is set for tot'ay. Thin suit Is over the award for the cordemnatlon of the strip at Sixteenth avenue and Third street. ! The following order was entered by Judge J Smith yesterday In the suit brought by J. ' J. Shea to restrain the city from Issuing the ! refunding -bonds to take up the outstanding ' general and water fund warrants ; "The i submit slon of this cause on the hearing for 1 a temporary restraining order Is waived ana | the cause Is set down for final hearing and trial on the application for a permanent In junction fo Thursday , October 5. " Thlu is understood to be another step In the compromise entered Into by the city council with Shea , looking toward the end ing of the litigation attacking the city's outstanding Indebtedness , it was said yes terday that when the hearing comes up today Shea will allow the matter to go by defhult. It Is these refunding bonds which Shea attacked , which the city Is now ar- ranging to leauo through the medium of a party In Cedar Kaplds. The Jury In the federal court before which was tried the matter of the bankruptcy of C. . 13. Ilandlett decided In favor of the creditors and that Ilandlett waa a bankrupt. The trial of the suit of John Heck , ad ministrator of the estate of Chris Beck , I against the Omaha & St. Paul railway for $10,000 damages for the death of the latter | was commenced yesterday afternoon , A largo number of witnesses have been sub poenaed on both sides nnd In order to ox- > pcdlto matters a night session was hold ' by Judge Woolson last night. Beck was ! killed In August , 1898 , at the Pony creek crossing. WOMKN'H HKMKK CO HI'S MKISTS. Annual Convention of the Ninth Dl - trlot Hclil In Couin-II lllnir . The . annual convention of the Women's Relief corps of the Ninth district of Iowa , held In this city ycsterady , was well at tended , every corps In the district being represented. Sessions were held In the morning nnd afternoon and U' the evening the visiting delegates and a number of members of the local corps visited the ex position across the river. The visitors were entertained at dinner and supper In Orand Army of the Kepubllc hall , where the con vention was held , by the local members , Mrs. Stella Talbot , president of the local corps , presided and Mrs. Etta Spencer acted as secretary. The convention was called to order at 9:30 : o'clock , when Mrs. Talbot bet delivered an address of welcome , which was responded to by Mrs. Hutchison of Lalto City. A siiort while after the convention had beea In session a telegram was received announcing the death of Mrs. Mattie Dawson - son Burblgo , the first department president , at her homo In Agency. The committee on resolutions , consisting of Mcsdamcs Smith of Clnrinda , Pratt of Red Oak and Clark of Missouri Valley , was instructed to draft suitable resolutions of sympathy , which wore adopted and ordered sent to the be reaved family. A committee was appointed to procure a suitable floral tribute as the offering of the Ninth district corps. The remainder of the morning session was taken up In the reading of reports from the several corps. The press work was placed In charge of Mrs. Crowder of Mis souri Valley. The afternoon session was devoted to the exemplification of ritual work by the local corps. Clarinda was selected as the place of meeting for next year's convention. Among those present were : Mesdamea LIz7.lo S. Hutchison , Lake City ; Anna Smith , Clarinda ; Fanny McMillan , Emerson ; Clara 13. Pratt , Red Oak ; Mary C. Lang , Atlantic ; Emma E. Emory , Missouri Valley ; Caroline line Clark , Missouri Valley ; Kate Owens , Avoa ; Ellen L. Crowder , Missouri Valley ; B. Humphrey , S. B. Lake , Lydla Brayton , Emma Hartley , N. B. Stern , Elizabeth Als ton , Logan ; Nettle Tucker , Persia ; C. B. Traver , Dunlop ; Sarah E. Shukler , Emer son ; Hattlo A. Shields * , Emerson ; Mary Tuttle - tle , Woodbine ; Mary C. Read , Avoca ; Ida M. Haas , Woodbine ; Mary L. Brown , Clar inda ; Miss Anne Asman , Tabor. Mrs. Hattlo Brown of Ornalm and Mrs. II , L. Corlllo of Deadwood , S. D , , wore guests of the convention. Mra. Hnnde's classes for dancing will open for children Saturday , October 7 , 2 to G , I. O , O. F. temple ; adults Tuesday , Oc tober 10 , 8 to 10 p. m. , at residence , 235 Oakland avenue , Assembly every Friday , 8:30 : to 11:30 : , I. 0. O. F. temple. Admis sion 25 cents. For further Information caller or address 235 Oakland avenue or telephone 451. Davis sells paint. Howcll'6 Antl "Kawf" cures coughs , colds , Hi-ill ] ? Htnte Trimiferx. The following transfers wore filed yester day In the abstract , title and loan olllco f J. W. Squire , 101 Pearl street : Margnrotha Kcldhahn and husband et nl to Christina Christiansen , lot It nnd n'/j lot 13 , block 6 , . .Meredith's add. , ( ] . c. d $ 200 Mary Ann Lacy to Archibald White- law , eontli C feet of nH lots fi and 17 , block 2. Olendalo add. , w. d 150 Archibald WhiteJaw to William H. HcwetRon , Houth 6 feet of north 31 fc-et of lots 9 and 10 , block 2 , Glendale - dale add. , w. d ICO J. H. Joliannsen and wife to Morton North , lot 8 , block 4 , Noe's add. to Walnut , w. d 100 Joseph C. James and wife 4o Charles -M. MoKinley , lot 2. block 2 , How- ard'H add. , w. d 1.5M Jurgen Slender and wife to Edgar Code , north SI feet lot 4 , Blgclow's add. to Walnut , w. d 50 W. W. Loomls nnd wife to David Bradley & Co. , lots 8 and 10 , block 1 , Arnold's add to Oakland , cj. c. d. 1,000 Total , seven transfers. . . . , $3,150 Miirrlntft * l.li'i-iiBi'd , Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday to the following persons : James H. llauscr , Henderson , la 49 Martha. McChesney , Oakland , la 45 George F. Melu-s , Omahu 21 " Hula M. Llpe. "Council Uluffs 23 J. H. Wlckersham , Shelby county , Iowa. CO Julia A. Allen , Pottawattnmle county. Iowa 63 George O. Martin , Carson , la 22 Anna McClellan , Carson , la JS Scientific optician , Wollrunn 409 Br'dway. 3II.VOK BIENTION. Davis sells gloss. Dr. Bower , Globe bldg. 'Phone 413. Wclsbach burners at Blxby's. Tel. 193. ISudwclser beer. L. Rosenfeldt , agent. Perry pictures. Alexander's , 33S B-way. Dr. Stcphenson. Mcrrlam blk. . room 221. Jlrg. Gus Rollan Is visiting la Jeffer son , In. Ja-mos B. Boone Is quite sick at his home , & 4t ! Washington avenue. The regular meeting of Augusta grove will be held this evening , Itemoved , C. K. Alexander & Co. , Art Em porium , to 333 Broadway. C. B. Jac-quemin & Co. , Jewelers and op ticians , 27 South Main street. Get your work done at the popular Eagle laundry , 724 Broadway. 'Phone 167. W. C. Estep. undertaker , 28 Pearl street. epphonea | , otllce. 97 ; residence. 33. Dr. Hnzen has suffered another stroke of paralysis and his condition la critical. Hog raisers , 100 pounds make you $100. Ji-uore s Stock Food Co. , Council Bluffs. Prof. II. D. McAncney Is visiting relatives In the city , while enroute from California to Washington , u. C. Air. and Mrs. Guy AVIllmott left last evening for 1-hoenlx. Ariz. , for the benefit of the former's health. Sheridan coal Is smokeless ; no clinkers , soot nor sulphur. Fenlon & Foley , solo agents , 37 Main street. The regular meeting of Unity guild of Grace church will be held tomorrow aft ernoon at the parsonage. .Mrs. George IJowen is at the Woman's Christian Association hospital Buffering from a severe attack of quinsy. J. G. Trimble of Kansas City , general solicitor of the Omaha & St. Ixnils railway , is In the city attending federal court. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Kern and daughter Olllo of Denver are in the city visiting the family of R. H. Williams on Harmony stre-et. J. R Wlckersham of Defiance , la. , and Jlrs. Julia A. Allen of Avoca were mar ried ycaterday nt the First Baptist church : In this city , Hev. H. Venting olllclatlng. Mrs. W. L. Baker , corner of North I Lltvhth street nnd Avenue C , will enter- i tain the Indies' Aid society of the Second Presbyterian church this afternoon at o'clock. There will bo an Important meeting this evening of Local No. 2.11 , Retail Clcrkii' International Protective association nt Labor hull. 101 Mnln Htrnnt. ntvhlr > i vr ri mwnber la requested to bo present. Captain D. Mnltby has been appointed bailiff of the district cou.-t in place of Cap tain L. B. Cousins , who has resigned In order to devote his time to his campaign as candidate on the republican ticket for sheriff. AVllllam Singleton , the 1 > oy who ran away from the Iteform school nt ISIdora nnd was arrested at the homo of hl.H mother In this city , was taken back to the school yester day by H , J. Miles , 0110 of the oillccrs of the Institution. Jopojm L. Illc-ho nnd OMrs. .1. K. Barton wi > ro married yesterday at the home of Mrs. 13. D. lOgbcrt on Garden street , JUH- tico Ovldo Vlen olllclatlng. Mr. and Mm. Hlche will be at homo after October ID at 203 South First street. C. II. Judson loft last evening for 'Min ' neapolis , where ho assumes the manage ment of the MIsMsslppi Valley Telephone company's exchange- . The company Is a new on , J. C. Hublngpr of Kcokuk being the president and main stockholder. The following olllcem were elected Tues- Hay night at the annual meeting of the Council Bluffs 'Mutual Building nnd I/jan association : President , Freeman L. Heed ; vice prc&ldont and counsellor , J. J. Hero ; secretary , J. M. Fenlon ; treasurer , F. J. Day. J. D , Crockwell has returned from his trip to New Vork. Ho was tln-m during the Dowry demonstration * and witnessed both the marine ami land parades. Ho brought homo with him a large number of photo graphs sowing many features of the recep- tlon to Admiral Dewcy. The Christian Kndcavor society of the First Congregational church will hold Its semi-annual business meeting this evening at the home of Minn Clarice Morton , MW Soutli Sixth street. All members are re quested to bo present , as there Is business of Importance .to be transacted. Mr. nnd Mrs. I. S. Peck left yesterday for a fhreo weeks' visit with friends at different points In Iowa and Illinois. This la Jir. Peck's lim vacation during the twenty-seven years he has been In the em ploy of the Hock Island railway. Their son Paul. wJio Is a Htudont of the Uni versity of Chicago , will accompany them as far as the Windy City. Dr. AV. O. Bradbury of Omaha filed an In formation in Justice Vlen's court yesterday charging Duncan Darraugh with larceny. Well , What About Oak Stoves ? Here is something new It has not been sold for 10 years and then a new dress put on it. It has a ONE-PIECE DOOR Cleaner than any Oak made with two doors. It has a VENTIDUCT AT THE BACK Takes the cold air off the floor. It has an air-tight ash pit and a heavy bailed ash pan. It is a beauty it takes the eye because it is made right. GOLE & COLE 41 MAIN STREET. TOM MOORE HENRY GEORGE IO Cents. 5 Cents. TWO JUSTLY POPULAR CIGARS. John 0. Woodward & Co Council Gluffs. THE NEUMAYER JACOII M2IJMAYI3II , I'HOl' . 2W , 200. 203 , 210 Uroadwuy , Council UluffH. Ilat.ec , $ l. ' , iei day ; "i rooms. Klrst-class In every respect. Motor line to all depots. I Local agency for tne celebrated St. LouU A. . D. C. beer. Klrst-claas bar. Tu ( dny nlKht whllo Dr. Ilradbury and a friend wore taking In the eights of Council i JlluffH It Is charged that young Diirraugh took the doctor's liorsu and buggy and drove around the tliy for a Hliort while. I The case will bo lu-ard Haturday. I At the annual mooting of the Htorkhold- ors of the I'eru Plow and Implement com pany , held In this city Tuesday , thn follow- In IT olllcers wi're clectc-d : I'reHldent and general manager , T. J , Koley. Council Hluffs ; vice prcHldont , William Holly , I'oru , III. ; scprotary. U. D. llrcwster , I'eru. III. The aldermen met ypstuniay morning as a cornmlttea of the wliclo ami visited the lix ation of 'the ' proposed chnnRu In the Mynster Springs road In the northern part of thft city. The rluuiKO Is for thti | ) urposc > of taking a It In It out of the cotirxo of the thoroughfare and the < 'hlcago A- North western Hallway company is willing to bear the expense of the work In order that the highway may \ > t shifted further from Its tracks. N. V. Plumbing company. Tol. 250. New neckbands put on shirts free of charge for regular customers at the niuff City luundry , 31 North Main. Hz.MliilNtrr Darn-It to Start Kiml. I/OS ANORLKS , Ciil. . Oct.lion. . .Inhn Ilarrctt , r-x-mlnlster to 81am , will leave for Philadelphia tomorrow nnd will participate In the fommercliil congrfrs that IH a p t of the program of the International Kxporl exposition that In In operation In 1'hllaUcl- phla. means a good cigar have you tried it ! JDHNGWOODWARD&CO , WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTERS COUNCIL BLUFFS.IOWA C , ,