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TITE OMAITA DAILY' DEE: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1903.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA.
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
METING A RECORD BREAKER
Largest Attendance, in History of Sonthwut
Iowa Teachers' Avociatlon.
PROGRAM ONE OF UNUSUAL EXCELLENCE
Officers Elected at Caarladlna; leasts
lad Rnolatlaai Adopted letting;
Forth Teachers' Views oa
Varloaa Tapirs.
r
What Is generally conceded to be the
most successful annual meeting In every
respect of the Southwestern Iowa Teachers'
association closed yesterday morning. Not
nly was the attendance the largest In
ths history of ths association, but the pro
gram offered by the executive committee
was the best.
The following officers were elected for
ths ensuing year on the recommendation
of ths nominating committee:
President, J. C. King, city superintendent
Of schools, Boone, la.; vice president, MIhb
Georgia. Cubine, principal of high school,
Atlantic, la.; secretary, Ooorge A. Luxfmd,
county superintendent Shelby county; rail
road secretary, O. J. McManus, county
superintendent. Council Bluffs; chairman
executive committee, U. 8. Dirk, city super
intendent of schools. Red Oak, la.
Resolutions in addition to those acknowl
edging the courtesy of ths local teachers
and the excellent arrangements made for
entertaining the visiting teachers, the fol
lowing were adopted:
The law relating to compulsory education
meets our approbation. Hut we desire the
coming legislature to so amend the same
that It may be made more definite and
mora operative. That the time limit be
increased to twesty-fmir week; that the
period of attendance begin with the first
week of school and that the age limit be
ths sixteenth year.
Centralisation of rural schools and free
transrtortallon to the same are recom
mended as one of the helps In solving the
problem whereby the city and rural schools
may become more on an equality.
We desire such a modification of our
laws as would increase the tenure of of-
2ce of all educational positions, from the
eed of the state department to the
teacher In the smallest rural district; we
also favor a law such as Is found In some
f our sister states, In regard to a min
imum salary, with gradual Increase ac
cording to scholastic and professional at
tainments. We reaffirm our belief In manual rralnlnr
as being no fad, but a great step forward
In true education.
We pledge ourselves that we will use our
Influence that these advances. In educa
tional line may be brought about.
Following the business session yesterday
morning Dr. Arnold Tomklns of the Chi
cago Normal school addressed ths teacher
on "Altruism as a Law of Education."
N. T. Plumbing Co., TeL J60. Night, F57.
With the Churches.
At Grace Episcopal church the rector.
Rev. T. J. Brookes, will conduct services
at 11 a, m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school
will be held at 1:48 a. m.
At the Second Presbyterian church this
evening Rev. E. M. Wilson of Bongle,
western India, will speak on mission work
In that country. The topic of Rev. Harvey
Hostetlsr's sermon at the morning service
will be "Walking in White."
Elder M. M. - Turpen will preach this
morning at 10:30 o'clock in the Latter
Day Saints' church and in the evening at
7:30 o'clock Elder F. A. Smith will occupy
ths pulpit. Sunday school will be at noon.
During the week services will be held
very evening.
At the First Christian church this morn
ing there will be a special service for
the old folks, at which the pastor, Rev.
W. B. Clemmer, will preach on "The Les
son of LKo." At the evening service, at
7:M o'clock, the subject of the pastor's
sermon will be "The Future of the Chris
tian Church."
Rev. W. B. Clemmer, pastor of the First
Christian church, will preach this after
noon at t o'clock at the Union Christian
church, corner of Thirty-fifth street and
Broadway. Sunday school will be held
at t p. m.
The Becond Church of Christ (Scientist)
Will hold services in Modem Woodmen of
America hall. In Merrlam block, at 10:45
a. m. Subject, "Everlasting Punishment."
Sunday school immediately after the serv
ice. Wednesday evening, testimonial meet
ing at 7:44.
Owing to the death of the little daughter
of Rev. and Mrs. George Edward Walk
there will be no services In St. Paul's Epis
copal church today.
the casket and almost filled the room in
. hlch It reposed. The services were con
ducted by Rev W. J. Calfee, former pas
tor of the Broadway Methodist church,
who came here from El Paso, Tex., and
Rev. W. J. Stratton, the present pastor of
Broadway church. Mrs. L. R. Hypes sang
a solo, "Lead, Kindly Light,' and hymns
were rendered by a quartet of young women
from the Broadway church choir. Burial
was In Falrvlew cemetery, the pallbearers
being Emmet Tlnley, Dr. H. B. Jennings,
W. 8. Mayne, F. C. Lougee, F. H. Orcutt
and Jacob Sims.
Mandamus Asralnat Aadltor.
The controversy between Chairman Miller
of the democratic county central committee
and County Auditor Innes over the pub
lication of the official ballot culminated
yesterday In a mandamus suit being
brought sgalnst Mr. Innes to compel him
to publish the ballot In the Journal-Herald
of Avoca. Chairman Miller took the posi
tion that the Neola Reporter, In which
Innes had decided to publish the ballot,
was not a democratic paper and insisted
that the Avoca Journal-Herald was the
proper paper In which the publication
should be made. The application for a
writ of mandamus was not made by Chair
man Miller personally, but by J. C. Nlcoll,
one of his lieutenants, and was heard
yesterday afternoon by Judge Wheeler In
district court, who took the case under
advisement until Monday.
Heavy Tax Dlabarsemeata.
County Treasurer And turned over yes
terday to City Treasurer True snd 8ohool
Treasurer Davis elos'e upon $100,000 proceeds
of the September tax collections. To City
Treasurer True he turned over $52,828.89 of
this amount, $50,386.63 being regular and
$2,442.26 special taxes. To School Treasurer
Davis ha turned over $41,819.18. He also dis
tributed among the different school dis
tricts of the county $52,338.78, making a total
of $146,986.82 which he disbursed yesterday.
PAST WEEK IN BLUFFS SOCIETY
No Pretentions Events Mark the Rec
ord of the Seven Days Jast
Ended.
mltted to St. Bernsrd's hospital 8-ptember
s by the commissioners on Insanity.
Cousins, who is only 17 years of hkc has
sufficiently recovered to foave the hnspltal
and will be taken home by his brother.
The police are looking for Charles Suth
erland, who Is charged with the theft of a
bicycle from the barn of Douglas & Stiles.
The wheel was recovered from a second
hand goods store on Broadway, where It
had been sold for 75 cents. It Is said that
a patrolman on the Broadway beat could
have arrested Sutherland only for the rule
forbidding a patrolman to leave his beat
even to catch a thief.
A visit to the Western Iowa Business and
Normal college night school convinces one
that most of the oftlce employes, clerks and
others of our city realize the Importance
of Improving their spare hours by taking
advantage of the opportunity afforded by
tthls school, as so many are in attendance.
The president of the school stated that
about a score entered thU week and as
many more will enter Monduy.
Louis D. Carrier of Omaha has filed ob
jections to the probating of the will of the
SIXTEEN TRUE BILLS FOUND
Grand Jury at Des Moinei Create! Con
iternation Among Offioiala.
EXTORTION AND BRIBERY CHARGED
Systematic Blackmail of the Keepers
of Gambling; Houses, Drag
Stores, Saloons and Re
aorta Is Alleged.
DES MOINES, Oct. 24.-The grand Jury
has returned sixteen Indictments against
local officials charged with having sys-
late Mrs. Clara E. Wlilmaa-r, who died tematically blackmailed keepers of gamoung
In this city recently. Mrs. Wilimasiter he- houses, drug stores, saloons and resorts.
2nS.h-V.ruM i In the indictment, already
on a vault In which her remains and those returned, sixty subpoenas have been issued
of her daughter Mae were to be placed, for the purpose of Investigating similar
In objecting to the probating of the will
Carrier alleges that Mrs. Wlllmasser w
of unsound mind at the time she niacin It.
A stranger, giving the name of Frel Kaer.
applied lor and w8 given lodging at the
city Jail Friday night. Yesterday morning
he was Identified as Paul Bechler, wanted
for the theft of a watch and chain and suit
of clothes from K. Leffert, a lnrmer of
Hasel Dell township. Bechler admitted he
waa the mat, aanliil anil anlrl thai v n
he hired out to Leffert the latter agreed to ' conspiring to extort.
charges affecting the entire police depart
ment. Those Indicted are:
L. J. Livingston, Justice of the peace,
Saylor township, receiving a bribe.
John Dally, constable, receiving bribes,
threats to extort, conspiracy.
John Vlckers, constable, receiving bribe,
pay him $15 a month, but after he had
worked some time leffert told him he
would only pay him IS a month. Bechler
says he took the property to make up
me Discrepancy in nis wages. His
was continued until Monday.
case
Real Estate Transfers.
These transfers were filed yesterday in
the abstract, title and loan office of Squire
& Annis, 101 Pearl street:
Margaret L McQee and husband to
Sarah J. Linn, 136x176 ft. In nwV.,
seVi, 28-75-44. w. d ....$ 300
Horace E. Gould to James Barnes, lot
8, block 13, Bayliss & Palmer's add.,
w. d 125
Agnes Folsom to C. 8. Savago, lots 25
and 26, b'.ock 15, Central sub., s. w. d. 40
E. P. Chamberlain to Marv H. Wil
liams and Ethel W. Henrich, lots 1
and 24. block 2, Glendale add., and
northerly part lot 158, original plat,
w. d 4,500
D. A, Snapp. administrator, to Elsie
Chapman, lot 4, block 4, Sackett's'
add., a. d 500 ,
Matters la District Coart.
Dr. Q. W. Pangle is made defendant in
m. $3,000 damage suit brought by Mrs. Mary
Nicholson, formerly a patient at his hos
pital. The damage suit Is a sequel to a rob
bery at the hospital about two months ago,
When a thief entered Mrs. Nicholson's room
at about I o'clock (n ths morning and got
away with her pocketbook, containing
11,100 In cash.
Mrs. Lou M. Qraves has commenced ault
for divorce from Charles C. Oraves, to
Whom shs was married In Sarpy county,
Nebraska, July 12. I8&
Belle Dean alleges that on the night of
October 14 last she tell into a trench at
Pierce and Frank streets which had been 1
dng by the CI tl sens' Qas and Electric
company and received severs and perma
nent Injuries, for which she has brought
ult against the company for 11, W0. The
plaintiff alleges that the trench was left
'Without a warning light at night.
Ohio Knox, aa administrator of the estate
of Richard E. Baker, has brought suit
gainst the Wabash Railroad company for
$2,000. Baker killed December 20, 1SJ2,
by being run down by a Wabash switch en
gine on Eighteenth avenue between Tenth
and Eleventh streets.
A. R. Headlee began suit in the district
court yesterday against E. Meyer tor 15.000
damages for alleged falsa arrest and Imprisonment.
Mrs. T. Farnsworth entertained at lunch
eon Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. William McCaMlster of Denver is
visiting friends In the city.
Miss Massenberg entertained at a 7
o'clock dinner Wednesday evening.
Mrs. J. T. Beach of South First street is
vlxitlng friends at Colorado Springs.
Miss Lillian Bell of Ashland. Neb., is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. True. .
Mrs. P. C. DeVol entertained a few
neighboring friends at cards Wednesday
evening.
The members of the Evening Whist club
were entertained Friday by Miss Caroline
L. Dodge.
Mrs. Jamea Conner of Denlaon was in
tho city last week the guest of Mrs. H.
H. VanBrunt
Mrs. C. E. VanCourt of Chicago Is the
guest of Mrs. O. P. Wlckham of South
Seventh street.
Mrs. N. P. Dodge has returned from a
two weeks' visit with friends at Fort Madi
son and vicinity.
Miss Edith Lowman entertained a num
ber of friends at her home on Washington
avenue Wednesday evening.
Mrs. J. W. Smith entertained at six
handed euchre Wednesday evening at her
home on South Seventh street.
Miss Maude Bryant of Colorado Springs
is the guest of Mrs. Robert Mitchell. She
la on her way to Chicago to visit relatives.
Miss Hlght of Dubuque, who has been
in the city the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Valdemar M. Johnson, has returned to her
home.
The next meeting of the Daughters of
the American Revolution will be - held
Thursday. Mrs. W. S. Keellne will be ths
hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Edson entertatned the
members of the United CommeroJal Trav
elers' Euchre club at their home on Grace
street Friday evening.
Mrs. William Pee ley of Portland, Ore.,
formerly Miss Myra Crane of this city, is
the guest of her parents; Captain and Mrs.
George Crane of Park avenue. -
Mrs. P. J. Montgomery entertained a
few friends Informally at luncheon Thurs
day afternoon complimentary to Mrs. M.
N. Puch of Bellvue, Neb., and Mrs. Town
send of Omaha.
Miss Frances Wright, formerly of the
Council Bluffs schools, but now super
visor of music in the schools at Red Oak,
was the guest of friends in this city last
week.
R. L. Branson and Miss Ethel Bradshaw
ire united In marriage Wednesday even
ing at the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bradshaw of Nicholas
street. Rev, W. J. Stratton, pastor of the
Broadway Methodist church, officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Bronson will make their home
at Peru, Neb., where) the groom is engaged
In business.
Mr. Frank P. Green of Omaha and Miss
Anna L. Kalsor were married Thursday
afternoon at the residence of the bride's
parents Mr. and Mrs. William H. Kalsor.
Rev. W. B. Clemmer, pastor of the First
Christian church, performed the ceremony,
which was witnessed by the Immediate
relatives and a few Intimate friends of
the bridal couple. The groom Is In the
employ of the Union Pacific railroad, while
the bride has been prominently Identified
with the work of the First Christian
church. Mr. and Mrs. Green will make
their home at 8v9 Avenus C, this city.
Five transfers, total $5,465
CONVICT GROCER OF ROBBERY
Jary at Clinton Finds Well Known
Boslness Man Gnllty of Serlons
Offenses.
CLINTON. Oct. 24. (Special Telegram.)
DsSilel Murphy, a grocer of this city, was
convicted of robbery here this afternoon
after the Jury had been out one hour.
Murphy was Indicted on twenty-five counts
and has been tried on two and convicted
on each. It is alleged he has been an
accomplice In robberies here for years.
He can get a life sentence on today's conviction.
Will Art as Judge.
CHICAGO. Oct. 24. Colonel W. S. Per
kins of Perth. Scotland, one of the most
famous Judges of live stock In Europe,
cabled today his acceptance of an invita
tion to act as Judge at the Internationa!
Live Stock show in Chicago, November
28 to December 6.
D. E. Roe, special assistant constable,
receiving a bribe, threats to extort.
John Eggerman, special assistant con
stable, receiving bribes, conspiring to ex
tort. A. M. Cleary, ex-pollcenian, conspiring to
extort.
Campaign Warming t'p.
The week Just closed has been one of
great activity In political circles and the
republicans have had about thirty speakers
on the stump all week. The reports indi
cate that meetings have been generally well
attended. The week closed with meetings
! this afternoon and evening as follows: Gov
ernor A. B, Cummins at Algona, Benator
W. B. Allison at West Union, Secretary
Leslie M. Shaw at Iowa City, Governor S.
R. VanSant of Minnesota at Hampton, R.
G. Cousins at Tama, G. N. Haugen at
Mason City, J. F. Lacey at Buxton, J. A.
T. Hull at Grimes, J. P. Conner at Brltt,
Walter I. Smith at Stuart, James M. Bren
ton at Adair, N. E. Kendall at New Sharon
and Victor B. Dolllver at Cresco. The event
of the week has been the meetings by Sec
retary Shaw and by Solicitor of the Treas
ury M. D. O'Connell. The republicans be
lieve that they have the campaign well In
hand and efforts are now being made to se
cure a complete registration In the cities
and a full vote.
The democrats, have had but few speak
ers. Jeremiah B. Sullivan has spoken twice
nearly every day In the week, chiefly in the
eastern art of the state and he will con
tinue his active campaigning next week
and until election day.
Woman Dies of Barns.
A distressing accident or suicide occurred
In this city this morning at an early hour,
ana Mrs. Mary A. finion, widow of a
former pioneer settler, was burned to death,
She was getting breakfast alone in her
horn's near Drake university and was seen
to run out of the kitchen into the yard
(Continued on Ninth Page.)
Plumbing and heating. Blxby ft Son.
Bary Child la Cedar Raalds.
Rev. and Mrs. George Edward Walk will
leave this morning for Cedar Rapids, la.,
to which place ths remains of their lit tie
daughter, Annie, who died Friday from in
juries received by being thrown from a
pony aha was tiding, wilt be taken from
Mtneola, Kan. The funeral will bo held
Monday and Bishop Morrison will conduct
t a aarvfoata. Rev. Walk was tn hava
preached his farewell sermon this morning hootln brce r P"
...-. . . , J the roof of the firehuu
at Bt. Pauls church, having accepted the . as the biros were flying
rectors nip 01 urace cnurcn at cedar Rap
ids. The death of his little daughter, how
.ever, prevents this, as both he and Mrs.
Walk desired that ths child should be
burled at Cedar Rapids, which la to be
their new home.
A special meeting of the vestry of Bt.
Pawl's church was held last evening, at
which resolutions expressing the deepest
sympathy with Rev. and Sirs. Walk in
their bereavement were adopted.
Fanoral of Mrs. C. M. Harl.
The funeral services over ths late Mrs.
Charles M. Hart. held, yesterday morninit
at I ha famtlv rayaiilanrtai nn Ca V 1 nA a van ua
vera attended by a large gathering of aor-
wing friends, TLe UjiU trikvitts ovve.ej I
MINOR MKSTIOX.
Davis sells drugs.
Stockert sells cigars.
A store for men "Beno's."
Expert watch repairing. Leffert, 40 B'y.
Celebrated Mats beer on tap. Neumayer.
Diamond betrothal rings at Leffert's, 4ut
Broadway,
14-K and l'-K wedding rlnga at Leffert's,
409 Broadway.
Twenty per cent discount sale on picture
framing. Alexander's, 333 B way.
Harvest exercises will be held this after
noon at I o'clock at the Woodbury Avenue
schoolhouse.
Lost. A reddish yellow dog, about halt
grown. Return to bwanson's music store
and receive reward.
A marriage license was issued to A. E.
Jones of this city, aged 46, and Ltlia Lar
son, aged 40, of Omaha.
For Hale One Radiant Home base burner,
good as new, only K&. Oole-tfreisfora
Hardware company, 41 d. Main.
For Sale Nice, clean stock of groceries at
gluO w. Broauway; will sea or rent Duiia
lng with stock, ti. Kishton. 2100 W. B wy.
For rent, office room, ground floor; one
of ths most central locauons in the busi
ness portion of the city. Apply to Tho lie
onice, city.
We contract to keep public and private
houses free from roaches by ths year. In
sect Exterminator Manuiacturing company.
council iJlunu, la. lelepnone -.
All members of Council Bluffs division
No. 10, uniform rank. Knights o( the Mac
cabees, are ordered by Captain Eigan to
report at the armory this afternoon at
.M o clock In uiuform.
John Oliver, a fireman at No. t engine
house, on lower Broadway, succeeded In
prairie chicken from
use r riaay evening
over tne ouiiaing,
The remains of Mrs. Matilda Norton.
who died at the Woman's Christian Asso
ciation hospital Friday, following a severe
surgical operation, will be taken to Shenan
doah today fur burial. Mrs. Noriou came
here from Herman, Neb.
Application was made yesterday In tho
district court for the appointment of a
guarulan for Dr. O. W. Gordon of this city,
i he application was filed by Mrs. Uuila F.
Carter, who alleges that Dr. Gordon IS
mentally Incapable of caring for his prop
erty.
John Ernst, a farmer living seven miles
eaut of the city, was arrested at hJ home
last evening by Deputy Sheriff Knox on
a warrant Issued from the court of Jus
tice Carson on complaint of Ernst s wife,
who charged btfh witn intoxication. Ernst
was piateu in the county Juu.
John Parkins of Hops, N. D.. arrived In
ha city yesterday In quest of his half
rotner. UaJtai vuusina. wua was cixb
r jassaaaajaasa
FINER 01
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tn the
history
of pianos
has a
of abiolutely
high-rrade
PIANOS
Been shown to the lovers of something STYLISH
and REALLY ARTISTIC than the new stock
at the present time for sale at
ouncius
Piano
OUSG
335 BROADWAY
Where the organ stands upon the building.
It's Good Business
Under present and prospective conditions, to buy coal now. Wholesalers
will, retailers must advance prices soon. Fill up your bins now and mark a
rew aoiiurs saved on yaur housekeeping slate, to nay nothing of being pre
pared for strike contliiKeneies or a sudden cold snap.
Ail kinds ol coal on hand.
Wm. Welch,
Office, 16 N, Main Street. Tel. 128. Branch Office, 615 S. Main Street
Yard, 8th and 11th Avenue. Tel. 537.
V lj ' - ' . - . V "
A Great Convenience
for Employer and Employee
consists of wash basins and lavatories for
oflires. Clean hands make clean books
and letters. Help yourself and your'offlcs
force by letting; us estimate on the neces
sary plumbing, etc., to fit your office up In
the best modern atylo. You'll find our fig
ures and work right.
J. C. Bixby6c Sou,
corvaavrr.
203 Mala Bt
Telephoa 193.
203 Pearl at.
Coaacll BlasTs.
Manufacturing and
Repairing Jewelry
We make a specialty of repairing Jewelry, watches and clocks, and fix them
up Hke new at a very reasonable cost. We manufacture Jewelry to order and
do great deal of work in this line. See our new HolUlay lines of solid gold
Jewelry, watches, clocks, etc. It will save you money to purchase here.
HANSEN 6c MARKS.
1 203 Main Street, (Opposite Men la iu Block).
Tboue. L620.
7
Solid Gold Jo well-j
There's only one place in the city where you ran make your jewelry purchases from a really
metropolitan stock and that's nt Leffert's. Our stock is the largest in the west, and consists
of the newest, most desirable and up-to-date selection of high grade jewelry, in a great variety of
designs. To induce you to visit our store and see for yourself this elegant assortment of solid
gold jewelry we will for the next three days make the following offer:
lO Per Cent
Discount on 14-K. Solid Gold Pearl and Diamond Urooches over 100 swell design.
20 Per Cent
Discount on Solid Gold Scarf Tins and Link Buttons 1!00 latest patterns, in Iioman rose finish
and plain.
25 Per Cent
Discount on Solid Gold Wedding and Engagement Kings and Solid Gold Kings, set with
pearls, rubies, emeralds, opals and other precious srones.
Some of the prettiest designs in Sterling Silverware you have ever seen are here now and
new things coming every day. Hundreds of articles in Sterling Silver to select from. Then
the Hand Painted Chinaware we have is worth a careful inspection. It is the handsomest line
of Iland Tainted China we have ever shown. Visitors are invited to see the several lines of ele
gant goods we are now showing and get acquainted with the new styles, such as you will find
only at Leffert's.
ssa
Rail TMIarail br Cths, WampoM a 0a
14,
jfe-rt tm
Oyyrthl trt. Caha. Wfpald a Ca Calraga
wearables a BLACK SUIT.
When the raven's wings grow rusty,
Our Black Suits may crock,
IIMTII TIJCI1 THE WEAR IS "TRUE BLUE"
UN I IL I II til THE COLOR IS "TRUE BLACK"
Made in all the stylish cuts of single and double breasted
in unfinished Worsted, Clay Worsted Serge, Cassimere
and Tricot, at
10, 12.50, IS, 17.50 to 25
All made with our patent shape retaining front, concave
shoulder and hand padded collar.
"Get the habit" See that you have among your
It is an ihdespensible adjunct to your wardrobe.
I
JOE SSU3ITK & CO.
415 Broadway,
Council Bluffs, la
A PARLOR HEATER
The Royal Red Cross
It Is faultless In construction, original In outline and ornamentation. The
smoothness of castings, ths large amount and artistic arrangement of the nickel
mounting makes It an Ideal Illustration of superiority in stove construction. The
ECLIPSE GRATE Is a very strong feature; It Is perfect fitting snd Is Impossible
to clog with clinkers; cleanMn operation no escape of dust or ashes.
THE CIRCULATING FLUES
The two circulating hot air flues form the back division of the heater and are
surrounded continually by the fire while the air Is descending and ascending to
the eit. thus giving It more than double the heating power of lta competitors with
the large single flue.
If you are going to be In need of a stove, drop In and take a look at the
ROYAL RED CKOSS and you will agree that It is among the finest In finish and
most beautiful In design. Buy it and you will always agres that It Is ths quickest
In action always under perfect control and gives the largest amount of heat for
the amount of fuel consumed of any stovs In use.
SWAINE 6fc MAUER
336-338 BROADWAY,
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Buy on Easy
Payments
Tou can buy on the easy payment plan
anything In our immense stock of furniture
stoves, ranges, bed room suites, side
boards, oil cloth and llr.aleum, window
shades, laco and tapestry curtains, fancy
rockers and dinner sets of all dexcrlptlons.
We sell everything at a small margin,
but a big bargain.
D.,W. KELLER,
407 Broadway.
Telephone L611.
Caasalt tke Warld-Famoas
PALMIST, CLAIRVOYANT AND ADVISER
PROF. ICIRO
24a Faarta Street, Coaacll Bluffs, la.
(Cot.- Fourth St. and Willow Ave.)
REDUCED CHICKS: Ladies, SOc; gentle
men. 11.00. Hours from a. m. to :30 p. m.
Strictly private and conndentlal.
SecondHand Stoves
Now Is the time to buy them. New and
second-hand at bargain prlves. We can avll
you a good hard rual stov from to-00 up,
Buft coal stove, $150 up.
A. GILINSKY
M9 South Main fit.
Council Bluffs.
LEWIS CUTLER
VfOKTICIAN.
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Hand painted China Vases, Salad Bowls, Berry Bowls,
Pitchers, Sugar and Cream Sets, Tankards, Steins,
Chocolate Pots, etc,, in grat variety. These goods
are the product of the famous Edgerton Art Studios,
and will bear all criticism.
We invite you to come and see this grand display
JACQUEMIN'S
(ieo. Gerner. Jr., Mgr. 27 Main St. f
A fleiglilMly Feeling
Prompts one man to tell another where he
can get his laundry doue In first-class
style. If you get your work done at our
laundry you will always have It dona to
your satisfaction, because only flrst-clau
work Is done here. Ws call for and de
liver. Bluff City Laundry,
Council Bluff.
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C-M North Main Street.

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