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TITE OMAHA DAILY Hl'i:: BtTXDAY. NOVKMKEK 1". 101.
CURRENT NEWS OF IOWA.
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Micron MKvnov
Carls Mil drug.
I;efTert's glasses flt.
Btockert sells carpeta, ,
A store for men "Beno's."
Celebrated Met ber on Up. Neumayar.
Diamond betrothal ring at Lertert's, 4i
Broadway.
14-K and 1t-K wedding rings at Leffert's
40 broadwajr.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. George F. Hughes,
Friday night, a Fon.
Picture framing. C. K. Alexander Co.,
33 Broadway. Tel. W.
Alderman C. W. MclJnnald returned home
yesterday from a western trip.
Pyrography outfit and supplies. C. E.
'Alexander & Co., 3&I VJroidwa).
A new revolving ooor to coat 1700 1 to
be placed at the east entranre of the post
offlce. A raae of diphtheria In the family of R.
Vanderwalker, m South Sixth street, haa
been reported to the Board of Health.
: Florence Carr, a HX-year-old pupil of St.
1 Francla' academy, died Friday from pneu
monia. Her parenta live In Deadwood.
i Carol Norton, C. 8. D.. of New York
City will deliver a free lecture on Christian
Rclenca Monday evening at the New
theater.
For rent, office room ground floor; one
Of the moat central locations In the busi
ness portion of tha city. Apply to Tba Be
office, city.
Jamea O. Moss van yesterday appointed
administrator of the .estate of Tracy H.
Moss, who died October 18 last. His bond
was placed at flO.MU.
For rent my 12-room residence. 330 Oak
land avenue. In part or all. Furnished or
unfurnished. Modern In every respect; also
good barn. O. P. Mo Kesson. ,
Christian Science lecture by Carol Norton,
C. 8. V., of New York, at New theater w
Monday night, November 16, 8 o'clock.
Public. Invited. Admission free.
A number of ministers attending the
Methodist Missionary conference In Omaha
will occupy the pulpits of the several Meth
odist churches In this city today.
John Connors, chnrged with bootlegging,
was brought In from Malvern last night
by Deputy United Spates Marshal McCoy.
Commissioner Crawford committed him to
tha county Jail.
, Clarence Halle, an Idaho miner, has ar
rived to spend the winter with hla brother,
John Halle, member of the Hoard of Trus
tees of Kane township. This la their first
meeting In twenty-eight years.
W. II. Iewls, living at Seventeenth street
and Avenue F whs arrested last evening on
suspicion of having broken Into the prem
laea of F. D. leaner at B7 North Seventh
treat and stolen several articles.
A motion for a new trial In the suit of
W. C. Utterback against V. A. Wells was
filed yesterday. This Is the suit In which
the plaintiff sued to recover over $000 paid
for beer while he was conducting a saloon
In this city, but the Jury found for Wells.
The Ashlock Hydro-Carbon burner for
heating and cooking stoves. The only
crude oU burner In the market. On ex
hibition at 221 Main street. Excellent prop
osition for good live agent with small cap
ital. Whitney & Shipley, general agents.
Nearly 200 members of the Masonic fra
ternity of this city and surrounding towns
attended the meeting of Bluff City Masonic
lodge Friday evening and after witnessing
the exemplification of the work In the third
degree enjoyed a banquet and a social sua
sion. Judge Preston yesterday overruled a mo
tion to set aside the Judgment given the
plaintiff In the Suit of Hesley against Man
hardt. The Judgment waa given the plain
tiff owing to the failure f the defendant
and his attorney to appear when the case
waa called.-
Deputy Treasurer John M. Matthews Is
mourning the loss of a well fed hog. Dur
ing Friday night some nervy thief went to
tha hog pen on Mr. Matthews' farm Just
outside the city and not only slaughtered
one of tha largest hoga, but watted to dress
It before carrying It away.
Tha "red hat" parade of Harvey DeLong
yesterday afternoon was almost us big an
attraction as a circus parade. He niirer-
tlsed for IM) little girls and about 5 put
'In an appearance nnd took part In the pro
cession. In retirn for taking part In the
parade and wearing a tall coiuc.il re J paper
hat each lltiij maid was presented will! a
Filipino doll.
The fourth annual appearance of the
Dramatic club In the clever new society
comedy, "'Coulter, Jr.." promises to be un
vent of universal Interest. Rehearsals
under the direction of Mine Fitch ere prog
ressing finely, and the production nromlHes
to excel any previous efforts of thU populir goal,
vi j(iiiBBiitii. A 1 1 r ' mil i m iui iiiq
benefit of the Associated Charities.
SALOON WAR IS AT AN END
Attoraeji for Bo'.h Fco imi Ait to Haw
Omi Jtidaoitly Postpoiti
AGENT WELLS TO REMAIN IN THE FIELD
rgr rowel Gathers In Cowrt Rsosi
Expecting to Witness Lively
Times, bat They tio Away
Disappointed.
The saloon fight In Council Bluffs was de
clared off yesterday morning and tho war
ring factions decided to bury the hatchet.
This outcome of the controversy has been
looked for, as It was known that pressure
was being brought to bear on both factions
Friday night to make peace and end tha
fight.
When district court convened yesterday
morning tho court room was thronged with
attorneys, witnesses and Interested spec
tators. Attorney Benjamin, acting for the
faction- which precipitated the struggle by
bringing Injunction suits against the Storx
Brewing company's saloons, and Attorney
Wadsworth, representing the Ston Brew
ing company'a interest, both asked that all
the saloon Injunction cases set for hearing
be continued Indefinitely and Judge Preston
made an order to this effect. This for
mality completed the crowd filed from the
court room.
It Is understood that the white winged
dove of peace now reigns supreme and that
the Injunction cases on both sides will
never be brought to trial. The Blue Rib
bon and Plnnell saloons, owned by the
Storx Brewing company, and which had
been closed a week ago under landlord's
last night that he had been held up and
I robbed by two tramps In the Northwest-
ern railroad yards. Glndney said he waa
forced to surrender his entire wealth,
amounting to f2.(M at the point of a revolver
Glodney told the police that he was trying
to make his way back east and was wait
ting In the north end of the yards, ex
pecting to Jump a freight train when he
met two fellows. The tramps Invited him
to take lufich with them and he did so,
Ms hosts rooking some meat over a Are
they had built alongside the right-of-way.
After partaking of the repast Glodney ex
cused himself saying he was going to catch
a train. Before he could get away one of
the tramps pulled a big revolver and held
It to his face, while the other went through
his pockets. Having relieved lilm of his
cash the tramps told Glodney to go ahead
and catch his train.
nDM4 VOTIXU CONTEST.
the
Mr. O. Talbott Leads tbe List at
End of the First Week.
DeLong'a Grandma Voting Contest hag
taken a little start during the first week,
but there Is plenty of chance yet for new
contestants to enter. Next week, how
ever. It In expected that the voting will
become lively, to If yonr favorite Is not
on the list It will be better to get her
started at once. One thing that should be
taken Into consideration Is, that this 'con
test will not drag along all winter. The
closing date, which was stated at the be
ginning, Is Saturday, December 5. leaving
Just three weeks more for the contest to
run. The vote at o'clock last evening
was as follows: ,
Mrs. O. Talbott 1,0.18
Mrs. W. . Moyne 1,OT7
Mrs. John Under l
Mrs. Alice Davis, 900; Mrs. I. C. Bonham,
S35; Mrs. Mary Tibbltts. 7S0; Mrs. John
Rogers, 413; Mrs. Eliza Newton, 410; Mrs.
Lucy Turker, 275; Mrs. 8. C. Whittlesey,
276; Mrs. Mary Pfelfer. 189; Mrs. L. Sher
wood. 175; Mrs. Jane KIrby, 119, and twenty
two others with less than 100 votes each.
One vote Is given wKh each cent's worth
purchased In Harvey DeLong'a printing or
writ of attachment as a precautionary
move on the part of the brewing company, "tationery departments, 107 Broadway. The
reonened for business yesterday afternoon, i Prizes, which can be seen at Petersen &
It Is also understood that no further ef
fort will be made by Mr. Benjamin's
clients to drive Agent Wells of the Stora
company from the field.
N. Y. Plumbing Co., Tel. 2M. Night, F-667.
GUARDS DOWN COLLEGIANS
Win Bard Contest from Tarklo by a
Score of Fifteen to
Nothing.
The collegians from Tarklo, Mo., proved
no match for the Dodge Light -Guards and
the game yesterday afternoon on the grid
Iron at Lake Manawa resulted In their de
feat by the score of 15 to 0. The game
despite the fact that Tarklo foiled to score,
was a good one from atart to finish. The
soldiers had at several points In the con
test to exert all their muscle to hold the
visitors from crossing their Una. The at
tendance was most disappointing to the
Dodge Light Guards who have to bear tha
expense of bringing the visiting team to
this city, as there was not over 100 persona
In the grand stand.
The halves were twenty-five and twenty
minutes: The Guards won the tons and
chose the south goal. ' Ferrler kicked off
for Tarklo and Dietrich caught the pigskin
Rchoenlng's, are as follows: First prize,
bed room suite; second prise, Morris chair;
third prize, upholstered rocker.
Matters In District Court.
"It's no use giving me no attorney. J'se
guilty and I knows it. Judge," was the
answer Ed Moore, the negro charged with
the theft of a hat and a pair of gloves from
tha store of tho John Bono company, when
Judge Preston asked him yesterday If he
had an attorney. Moore, together with
seven defendants Indicted by the grand
Jury, were being arraigned and assigned
attorneys to defend them.
Marlon Bell, Indicted for the theft of an
overcoat from the Grand Army hall during
n dance, also plead guilty, while the other
defendants took time to plead.
Richard Devaney and Peter Nelson, the
young fellows Indicted for Breaking Into a
Northwestern freight car on October 4,
were arrested yesterday nnd committed to
the 'county Jail In default of bonds placed
at 1500 each.
James Luce, who with Charles Brownies
and Sterling Forrest, was indicted on tho
charge of looting Pullman cars In the
yards of the Northwestern railroad, by
which they were employed as car cleaners,
was arrested yesterday. In default of
ball placed at $500 he was sent to Join
Brownlee and Forrest In the county. Jail.
et the five yard line. After a number of! l"'r two inaicimenis agmmsi eacn or
Urtm nl,i' thai rjiiArrin corHrd the hall for I the three.
club at her home on Broadway, Friday
evening
Mr. ard Mrs. M. Wollmnn and little son
and Mr. nnd Mrs. John Keller will leave
tomorrow for Los Aniteler. Cal., where they
will spend the winter.
Mrs. Washington Runyon of Park nvenue
has issued Invitations for a reception to be
given at her home Monday afternoon, No
vember 23. from 3 to 6.
The marriage of Mr. (Jeorge Oerner and
Mine Frances Bowman will occur Wednes
day evening at the home of Miss Bowman's
sister, Mrs. Wood Allen.
Miss Hazel Manderson entertained the
members of the Kuchre club at her I o -e
on Saturday evening. The prize at card.,
was won by Mrs. Robert Theinhardt.
The members of the Dramatic club are
holding two rehesriHls a week for the play
which they will present for the benefit of
the Associated Charities at the New theater
on December 4.
The members of the Council Bluffs
Woman's club will hold their annual re
ception Friday. November i7. The mem
bers of the literature and art departments
will act as hostesses.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hunt entertained at
their home on Avenue L on Friday evening
about fifty of their friends. A pleasing
mimical prcgram formed the feature of
the evening's entertainment, following
which n dainty lunch was served.
The West Council Bluffs Soclnl club en
tertained Inst Alnndny night at u masqne
ade ball. Miss K. Demiey was awarded
the prize for the handsomest costume,
while the prize for the most unique cos
tume whs won by Mies K. Donnelly.
The entertainment given Friday after
noon and evening by the pupils of the
Pierce street school was attended by a
large number of the patrons and frlendB of
the school. Miss Grace Bsrr. Mrs. MulMs
and Hale Blxhy assisted In the program.
The members of the Daughters of the
American Revolution gave a card party on
Thursday evening at the home of Mrs.
Thomas Metealf. They will give another
curd party Novemler 24. at the home of
Mrs. Ernest Kldred Hart.
Miss Ethel Lemen, daughter of Rev. J.
O. lrfmcn. manager of the Christian Home,
was married last Tuesday In Pittsburg to
Mr. Bidnev Smith. Mr. Smith Is a member
of Mrs Flak's "Mary Magdala" company.
The announcement of Miss Icemen's mar
riage came as a great surprise to her large
circle of friends In this city.
Miss Caroline Murphy entertained at a 7
o'clock course dinner at her home on Ave
nue F on Tuesday evening. White chrys
anthemums were used In profusion In the
decorations. Covers were laid for eight,
the guests being the Misses Anita Bououet.
Nellie Johnson. Claudia Scott. Etna Hlllls
Emma Rink, and the Misses Daisy Hlir
glns and Eleanor Coffeen of Omnha. Fol
lowing the dinner the hostess and Mlsi
Hlggins rendered a pleasing musical pro
gram. ON CHARGE OF CHECK FORGING
Man Who Circa Kamc of Pan! Kevins
to Police Identified as Passer
of Boarna Pir.
LOGAN, la.. Nov. 14. (Special.) A man
who gave Ms name to the police as Paul
Kevins and claims Bloomington. Wis., as
his home, was arrested last night on a
charge of forging a check.
Yesterday afternoon Mm. N. M. Hade
man, who owns a store at Loveland, sold
a small mil or goods to a man who. gave
his name as John Parks. He offered In
payment a check for U2.70 signed by Rob
ert Hatcher, a prominent farmer living
fou miles east of Loveland'. Parks re
ceived some change In cash and departed,
leaving the goods to be called for. He
was next aeen at the station, where he
waa Just too late to catch a train nnd
started for Council Bluffs on foot. The
ctiwk was soon found to be forged and a
constable waa placed on tha trail.
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JUST
SUMMER
LIKF A
VACATION
Wearing? n Pair of
SHOl:S I I. ted t . . .
SARGENT'S
seventy yards Into Tarklo's territory but
lost It on downs. This was In seven min
utes of play. Tarklo then punted on tha
twenty-five yard line but with strong ltne
playing the soldiers succeeded In keeping
the ball most of the time In Tarklo'a terri
tory. The first touchdown was secured by
Nlcoll for the soldiers after sixteen min
utes of play but Richmond failed to kick
For the remainder of the half honors
were about equally divided until within
two seconds to play Dietrich crossed Tar
klo's line, secured the second touchdown
for the soldiers. Ooff attempted to kick
goal but failed. Score 10 to 0 In favor of
the Guards.
In the second half Tarklo attempted to
retrieve Its fortunes and did some strong
playing, keeping the ball well In the
Guards' territory for the large part of the
ha'f. With strong line playing the Guards
forced Tarklo back about the middle of
the half and Richrronl was literally
pulled over Tarklo's line, thus making the
third touchdown for the soldiers. Rlch
1 mond again essayed to kick goal but failed.
I Two end runs by Chestnut and NIcoM were
nraciicaiiy me umy mar uuti vi i.ivt
I Guards for the remainder of the half. The I
collegians after the third touchdown pulled i
themselves together In grand thape and
the Guards had all they could do to hold
the visitors from crossing their line. The
game closed with the ball In the soldiers'
territory.
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Thumu
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Stuart
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Ron ling at Elks' t lab.
The opening game of the bowling tourna
ment at the Elks' club resulted In a victory
for team No.- 2, captained ' by A. V.
Frush, who was substituted for Dr. Deet
kln. The score follows:
TEAM NO. 1.
Wilcox ......
Hazelton ....
Rons
Phepard
(Beebe) Hill
lfiS
I-''
99
137
Totals
Totals.
TEAM
(Frush) Deetkln
Oardlner
1 (Turner) Dm vnport
(Harlc) GrejnHhleld.
Zuer .nuehit n
G9t
NO. 2.
1st.
14
120
111
X23
t
635
2d
174
112
9.S
IIS
118
620
d.
175
Itil
154
Ht
131
767.
Totals
Totals, 2.071.
The next game will be Monday
between Tam No. S, captained by
Etnyre, and Team No. 4, captained
August Bereahelm.
3d.
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143
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81
IM
74
3d.
13
135
H
' 119
117
679
night
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Wanted.
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Real Xstrte Transfers.
Tlicae transfers were filed yesterday In
the Abstract, title and loan office of Squire
A Annls, IM pearl street:
Isnlah Roosa to Lavlna E. Wood.
lot IS. block 20. Burn's add., w. d..$ 1
Margaret L. McGee and husband to
Many E. Overocker. lot 1, block
23, Howard add., w. d i'i
George L. Martin and wife to Maud
mid Ethel W. Kentlle. lot 6. Muck
12. My lister's add, v.-. d 2,1M
J.'k;V
fV-v;.i-,:'.:w;-:.v'--
4
3
HI
than
our
6
Is no more bewildering
stock of
Uintor Oucrcoo
No Old StockNot a -coat
that has been carried over, but our
elegant stock of new fresh styles
of this year's productions.
Long, medium and extra long
in plain and belted backs, and in
all the correct mixtures of browns,
olives, oxfords and navies, at
SIO, SI2.50, SI5,
$17.50, $20 to $30.
"Get the Habit."
JOE SMITH CO.,
415 Broadway; Council Bluffs, la.
A man who waa identified as Parks was
overtaken on tho road to Council liluffa
ind was arrested and brought back. He
gave his name as Paul Nevlns of Bloom
ington, Wis., and denies that he Is the
man who forged the check.
WHAT'S THE tJSE
Why are people satisfied with the 3 per cent paid by
banks on their tsavings? The money in safe, but is it
as well invested as it would be in a good piece of prop
ertyor will it .increase as rapidly?.
i
Kl.ftCO-300 North fclghth street. Cottage
S rooms, closets, cellar, gas. shade, lawn,
water In kitchen. Slxe 4'ixS3 feet. Rents
for tic per annum.
?.l,KO-316 North Eighth Street. Cottage,
C rooms, closets, gas, bath, furnace, hot
and cold water, lawn, corner lot. Sizo
55x68 feet. Rents for (218 per annum.
These two properties Join, are In good
condition, well rented, and have a tot.il
frontage on Eighth street of 95 feet.
FIGIRKS DON'T I. IE.
Kiai'RES FROM OI R BOOKS ON THIS
" PROPERTT:
Rental Income, one year.
Taxes '
Water rent
Insurance nnd it p.ilrs....
Total outlay
ITSI.O
J4v:a
so. so
..... 72.40
I1C9.50
Net Income (equal to 7',4
per eent ' lit 1. 97
A bank would pay 3. per cent on the .
$3,Z 193.00
WE HAVE OTIIEIJS EQUALLY AS GOOD.
SQUIRE & ANN IS.
TELEPHONE 96. 101 PEARL STREET
9
j Hsfer sells lumber Cntch the Idea?
Three transfers, total.
12.141
The ladies of Broudway Methodist Krls-
' copal church will hold their annual btiiiuir
at Royal Arcanum hall. Wednesday and
Thursday, November IS and 19. Luncheon,
, 15 cents. Chicken pie luner. ?3 cents.
St'iiscrlptiouai taken for the I.itilin' Home
Jourrnl and Saturday Evening Post.
PAST WEEK IN BLUFFS SOCIETY
THOSE
BACV SIS
With the t'harrkes.
At 8t. raul'a Episcopal church there will
be morning praytr ard sermon by P.ev. 3.
H. Finn of Cedar Rapid", at 10:J0 o'clock.'
The evening rcrvVe wi'l be om'Med. 1
At flrnce FpifopM rhureli there will he
mornliFg service nt 11 o'e'erk, with a rer
lron by the rector. Rov. T. J. Brookes.
Verj.er service. at 4 p. in. Sundy school,
will be nt 10 a.' m. . j
This evening at the Second Preabyterian I
church the pastor. Rev. Harvey Hosteller. , Mr j , Stewart has gone to Clr.rlnna'l
will deliver an Illustrated sermon on t to visit relatives.
"Paul, the Missionary." presenting a num- I Mr. and Mrs. J. C aldwell are home from
ber of ,flne stereoptleon views. At the
morning service Rev,
m
ambrr of Interesting; Rorli
lata, but tiilu!4' of a
(ration S-ture.
1 Uallirr.
Pre-
OF SI Pp--
Vr B KJ lie preai
Mr.
a visit to Okernaha. I. T.
u win i.k! mr- anu Mrs- inorne or Avenue si enter
Hostctler will, take ulrud t..ld. .v..,lll
the subject of hla sermon "The Public Mrs. Horace Everett 1m snerulina- the week
and Character Making." t vivitir.g f:iends at Kansaa City.
First Christian church there wi'l; m Miss Genevieve Baldwin lias returned
rrom a vimi tun riu-i.us in i r.Kao.
and 7:30
We told you something ubout llu-rn 'n nu"
Friday advertisement, but they will t.Unl
repetition. Ordinary hoe stare slight the
children's line, but with us It is given a
much If not more attention thn oiher
parts of our business, and as a result peo
ple are becoming more fur, 111 if with Cm
fact that what you want n alw lys be
had at this store.
LOOK rKI.OW l
INFANTS' WARM I-INE1 PH3i:&. turned
"...V.. OUC
75c
ilea, twee or
alses J to 5.
.CHILD 8 of the same
lira I to t
INFANTS' FANCY
I to I
eTHUJ'8. of the sume sue.
sises ( to I
JNFANT8' BPRlNtl H EEL
CtHOES,
CLOTH TOP '.ACE.
76c
1.00
slses i to i.
preathmg serviies at 11 a. in
lu m. In the evening the tastor. Rev. W
D. CKmmer. will deliver the third of a ;
rerles of popul.ir prirtlral discourses to I
' v u.rg people, t.tklng as bis subject. "The
Ideal Yourg Man A Young Woman'! Bay
So." Plh school will be at a. m. '
I Elder C. Scott will preach at 10:80 a. m. i
( and T:J6 p. m at the Latter Day Pa'nts'
I church today. Surdsy schto! will le at
) rotn. and the regular midweek prayer ;
oiertlug Wednesday evening at 7;IW o'e'ock. (
i The First Church t'f Christ (Scientist)
will hold servlcrs In the 8pp build ng at ;
11 a. in., when the subject of the less o i
. will I e. "Soul and Oody." Sunday school
j will lie held at tha close of the services.
Tr regular testimonial meeting will be
, Wlnrday evening at I o'clock. j
The 8e-ond Church of Chr!t (Scientist) x
Jf e HI I'o'd rervlees In Modern Wrodmen of
, tr-'ir-. hall In Merriaia b'oik. at :
! . m Subject. "Soul and Fody." Scnday
rt 1 o"! Immediately after the srlce. Oa
Sune to Wheeling. W.
weeks vlxii with
Atlantic, la..
S. Croinwe.l,
Miss' Oibson hai
V., tor a couple
irieuas.
Mis. J. Q. Gieenly of
vUiung her sister, Mrs. J
iirr.acn sirvvt.
The Danish Krotb-rhojd will give a
masquerade ball In oraud Army ha. I neat
Saturday night.
The members of the Tueaday. History
club will meet Tuesday afteruoon with
Mrs. L. A. Urdy.
The members of the Woman's Whist
club will meet Ti:ei.day afternoon wlin
Mrs. C. 8. lfferts.
' Mis. R. 8. Terwlll'ger entertained a few
ifiitnds Informally at a luncheon given at
i her hum Friday.
I Tho meir.l rrs of the Eut hie club will be
. entertained Tuesday tfternoou at the home
l of Mlas hicks of Omaha.
I The members of the Elks' lodge will give
! a i ompiimentary dance Monday evening.
November u. at tne ciun house.
Mr. and Mrs. William MeClure and run.
i- 1 Homer, of Van Werl. t).. are guevts of Mi.'
Met lure's sister. Mrs. i ! Oldhum.
Mrs. T. C. Ifleris ente-talned a nunl
of her Omaha frln'S at a kt'siiiKto.".
DIAM ON OS
We invite you to come and set our superb
asortinent of exquisite Diamond Kings, CIuh
lers, TAVO-Stoue Combinations, CiivletM and
8olitaiiTB. New goods, fresh (rom the ciitttrs,
at surprisingly low prices. '
THE RO YA L
RED CROSS
t'
1 i
Can't be matched as a heat
producer and a handsome
parlor heater. Its reputa
tion is such that we have
calls from all sections, and
when they find notwith
standing its very high qual
ity, that our price is right,
the sale is about made. If
you haven't been in to see
Stoves and
come in and , let
them to you.
t
us
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336-SI8 BROADWAY,
COUNCIL BLUFS. 1A.
JAGQUE RAISES
27 MAIN STrtEET
From A to 1
We know our buine.K, ami if yi-u want
satisfactory woik call on u. We liiike a
specialty of fine sanilHiy plumbing, and
yleldo none for sk 11 In that line. Hove
made a reputation and kuhmIii It. i:.li
mates furnlahed and Jobbing promptly ex
ecuted. Prices very reusmyilile, too. You'M
ilnd us reliable, our woik tirnt-clasH ond
our charges rcas-orable.
J. C. Bixby6c Son,
UIKi Pearl ft.
CouncM HlutTs.
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A New and Complete Line o'
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302 Mala St.
Telepbeae 103.
THE DUNCAN SHOE
COMPANY,
23 Main Street
! Wednesday evening.
! 7:1-..
tesllnonlal meetir.g at
Hel4 la by Trana.
Constantlne Qloditey, who. clnlms
Tirk City as his home and who said he
had been visiting friends In
g ven at her ben'e 1 in. S'.. . HfUrmiwi
II. . W. II. Her. on -.J Mis. E. II rn
of l.oone. 1 ere Ma's of Mrs. Herr- n
I siste Mrs. F. A. Bi.iptco. of Avenue B
The da'.iing perly to be given by the
New High Rehool Cadets will occur Thurtdav
evening, rvuveir.uer M, in l.ovai Arcmuiiu
Kail
Omaha frj , w Vlllrliell nlertalned the loem-
I Mrs J W
several ntooths, complained to the pollca 1 bcrs of the I'nltad VooimercUl Travelers'
It's a QustiOii of Fact
that what you send to our laundry you
get back, at the right limu. In the right
way. In the right atyle. Our time la
mostly taken no with the work. We'll
guarantee that's right. The prices wa il
leave to you lv you think they're
right? Get the work done and test.
Special rates to agents. Write to us.
Bluff City Laundry,
WALLACE A GROUT. Trops
'Phone 111 V-U North Main Street
Stylish Pettico
We have just put in a fuil S
the "ORIGINAL KALA.
Petticoats, They are in:.:,
high quality mercerized ( i
the French Garment Co.. . n
zoo, Mich. Every one is iu , 1
fresh from the factory. T. c ; c
very distinctive and exclusive in
style and character, rossensiirj i
chie and modish arningcment of
rufftcH and outlines. You will
find them very ntylisli jind beauti
ful garments at
$1.75, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00.
A I.I, THE EltV LATEST AOVKI.TIKI
IW TAII.OIIEII Mill) l MKIHTN
MFKt lAL, IIKDU Ell llll EM IJ Al l.
Mll.l.l EH Y.
ANNA II. MOORE,rrSfwoy
HANSEN & MARKS,
Jewelers
A Specialty In Manufacturing an j Rspalrin.
Telephone L620
203 South Main St.
(Opposite Merriam Block)
The Wisest of Men
Are thoric who try to get the most for their n.oiiey. and
iviicn von hnv coal, vou want coal not dirt anl Klnle mixed willi
it. Wo screen all our coal beforehand.' When ii
to you it is alwayH nice and dry. We have all kinds
is
of
deli vci ed
co;il.
WM. WELCH,
Otfire
i
10 N.
Tel.
Main St.
Tel. U'S. Iiraneh Office til ' . -Main Si.
Yard, 8tli and 11th A .-nue.

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