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TIIK OMAHA RTTCDAY BEE: .TUNE 13. 1909.
Council Bluffs Council Bluffs Council Bluffs Council Bluffs 6 SALOON KEEPERS ARE FINED Two Aroca Publican. Arc Adjudged in Contempt of Court TWO OTHER CASES CONTINUED John F.rlrkeon and Jn Hansen nanrtl Blaffe Alleare tliat Vio lation of the l,aw Was Only Technical. A. Wahl and C. Wendt. Joint proprietors of a ssloon In Avoca, were yesterday ad judged by Judge Wheeler of the district court to be In contempt of court In that they continued to sell liquor In a building which was within the distance prescribed by statute of a rhtirch, after an Injunction restraining them from the Illegal sale of liquor had been obtained by County Attor ney Hess asalnst them. They were each fined and will have to pay the court costit and an attorney fee of $25 each to the county attorney. The saloon, conducted by Wahl and Wendt, was within 300 feet of the Roman Catholic church at Avoca and this constituted a violation of the Injunc tion restraining them from selling liquor contrary to the provisions of the mulct law. The contempt case against Henry Kuhl, similar to that of Wahl and Wendl, was continued until next week, owing to a death In the defendent's family. The hearing In the contempt case against John Erlckson and James Hansen, who up to the night of June 5, conducted a sa loon at 330 West Broadway wa partially held and continued until Monday. They are charged with violating the law by remain ing In their saloon after 10 o'clock on the night of June 6. On behalf of the defend ants It was testified that the reason they remained Ir the saloon after the closing hour was In order to get the furniture and other contents ready for moving early on Monday morning. That any sale of li quor was made after the closing hour was denied. E. C. Goodrich, proprietor of the saloon in the State hotel building, on South Main atreet. against whom an Indictment wax recently returned by the grand Jury and against whom an injunction was obtained March 22, was yesterday summoned to ap pear before Judge .Wheeler, Monday, and answer to the charge of being In contempt. C. W. Penlft, father of Harry Senlft, a young man who tstlfled before the grand Jury Is the complaining witness. Goodrich Is alleged to have sold liquor to young Senrt. a minor on three successive Sun days, March 9, Hi and 13. Which do you pay for? Ice coals money. Those of us who pay the bills know that only too well. We think, therefore, that you will appreciate our calling your at tention to the Alaska, the greatest Ice saver known to the refrigerator world. We want to show you the Alaska, the best Insulated refrigerator made for defy ing heal and cold, so thai you will see why they are such tremendous Ice savers keeping out the heat and keeping In the cold. That's all there Is to It, but It takes the Alaska, the best Insulated refrigerator, to do It. It does not need much figuring to show that the Alaska will pay for ieself In the saving of Ice In a very short time. If ou are In need of a refrigerator, see ours first. Peterson Schoening -'o. Marriage Licenses. Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday to the following: Name and Residence. Age. Eorl C. Dalton. Council Bluffs 20 Levlna K. Byard. Council Bluffs 20 Thomas Lane, Council Bluffs 36 Rachel Joslln, Ixigan, la IX W. K. Flmple, Omaha 3S lona Tackett, Omaha 24 AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES. Sperling A Trlplett, 327 Broadway. At Redwood Stomp. The Young Men's Christian association will Inaugurate Its short course In Bible study to be held In the open air during the summer by meeting this afternoon at Silver There is no gift that so much appeals to n June bride ns n chest of Table Silver, whether it be Sterling Silver or in one of the beautiful patterns we are showing in best quality plate. Before making your gift selection let us suggest that you call and get prices on our silver. AVe can sell you a very pretty lined case holding a dozen pieces or a heavy chest holding six dozen. One half dozen knives and forks, teaspoons, dessert spoons, butter knife an4 sugar spoon, in Rogers' best qual ity silver. Pretty designs iu French gray tf-l A FA finish. 2( pieces, complete vAUatJU .sttasasjtfAIM One half dozen teaspoons, dessert spoons and table spoons beautiful patterns, very best quality silver CI ft ft ft plate, in silk lined moire case, for ,vlvUU MMDS iilMttiliittl WKfttTTfTraWnr : : : :tt One halt dozen hollow handle lessrt spoons, butter knife best quality silver plate made. Klegant pat terns, in green moire case, silk lined, for . . One half dozen Sterling silver knives and forks, tea spoons, dessert spoons, in all the popular and staple pat terns, put up in satin lined oak or mahogany (97 E.ft chest, upward from Valllv Vffiriii.ititls-tiswi LEFFERTS A. A. CLARK & CO. IflAH MflflFY fill LUfli. Ii.Ul.t.1 UN AK9 AHT CHATTEL SJSfXTUTY AT OWE-HAL" THE USUAL RATES. I Tweatf Tears of Successful Business. OORSXR MADf A BID BROADWAY, OVKK AMERICAN s&PRESS. No oonnectton with the fires saillns themselves The CUrk Mortgsge Co. BOTH PHONES 117. it 4 o'clock at the Redwood stump In Fair mount. The course to be pursued will be known as "Studies of Sacred Waters." For this arternoon. "The River Nile," will be the topic of study, the discussion of which will be led by Henry Peterson. The open air Sunday afternoon meetings In Fair mount park last summer proved very at tractive and all men and boys Interested In the study contemplated are Invited to attend. Our f-irnlture Is the product of the best factories In America, the material Is well selected and well seasoned, and the highest class of cabinet work Is what every customer has the satisfaction of getting for their money, every article Is a dependable piece of furniture for many years to come. The prices placed on our furniture concerns, when you consider the quality of the goods we carry. Do not hesitate to come to our store and ask our sales people to show you any thing you want to see In our furniture department. Peterson & Schoening Co. James Prior present the hilarious nautical playlet, "Captain Barnacle's Courtship." nt the Diamond theater Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednes day. FTni,lll DRAOAGE DISTRICT Snpervlaors Take This Action Despite Vlfornna Protests. By a vote of three to two the county supervisors, silting as a drainage board, yesterday decided to establish the Nishna botna drainage district, despite the vigor ous protests that have been made by In terested land owners against the project. Supervisors Baker, Sets and Spencer voted In favor of the establishment of the ditch, while Chairman Bullls and Supervisor John voted against It. There Is little doubt but that the courts will be appealed to by the objectors to present the construction of the ditch If possible. J. Hsrley Mayne, who made the prelim inary survey, was appointed englnetr In charge of construction. After the final survey Is made by Engineer Mayne, the petitioners for the ditch will be required to file a bond In the sum of about $15,00) before the work of construction can be commenced. The statute provides that the bond must be In double the amount fixed as damages to be paid owners of land through which the ditch will be dug. Those opposed to the ditch have ten days in which to appeal from the action of the board nnd It was stated yesterday that the matter would undoubtedly be taken Into the district court and higher, If necessary. Nonresident property owners whose land would be affected by the construction of the ditch have the right to go into the T'nlted States court and secure an Injunc tion which would tie matters up for an Indefinite period. The new drainage district Is to be known as drainage district No. B of Pottawattamie county. The supervisors adjourned as a drainage board until June 22. Gifts for the bride and groom selected from our stock will be a constant and happy reminder of that eventful day for yearn to come. Our Jewelry lasts; our solid gold Jewelry Is the best the market produces. Our prices are below the aver age. This combination makes It a sate and permanent investment to trade nere. O. Mauthe, 228 W. Broadway. FOR MEDICAL AND FAMILY USE BUY YOl'R LIQUORS AT L. ROSEN FELD CO., 519 SO. MAIN. "PHONE 321 Heal Kstate Transfers. These transfers were reported to The Bee, June 12, by the Pottawattamie County Abstract company of Council Bluffs: Auditor of Pottawattamie county to state of Iowa, nw 8 and part neVi ne. 7-74-73. qcd $ 1 Al Rlche and wife to Q. J. Ersklne, twenty-two acres in se nw4. 35-76-41, wd 1500 Belle Hicks and husband to First Presbyterian church of Council Bluffs, east 4 feet of lot 9 and east 4fi feet of lot 10, in block 10, Hayllss' 1st Addition to Council Bluffs, wd 3.000 Henry Wlese, referee, to J. S. Tay lor. sV4 sei 27 and n' ne. 3t-77-3. refd lfi.000 Total, four transfers $21,501 Chests lUUUttslWJKBBnk s knives" and torks, teaspoons, aud sugar spoon. The very $16.50 HORSES, CATTLE AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE J No. P. TIMLKa, Mgr. Minor Mention Tae OvaaeO, Blatti Orftee f ska Omaha Bee to M U itrMi I is vis. Jrugs. CORRIOANS, Undertakers. 'Phones 148. Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone 37. Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. 13. FAUST BEER AT ROGERS' BUFFET. When you want reliable want ad adver tising, use The Bee. Dr. W. W. Magarell. optometrist moved to SOS-lW City National bank building. BA1RD. LONGENECKER BOLAND. Undertakers. 'Phone 122, 14 N. Main St. Try a picture for that next wedding pres ent. Alexander's Art Store, 333 Broadway. WHERE ARE THEY GOING? TO THE IOWA LOAN CO., OF COURSE. COR. PKAKL AND BROADWAY. W. E. Flmple and loa Tackett. both of Omaha, were married In this city yester day by Justice I'.. H. Gardiner. $350 M. Schulti piano, used Just three months, at $225. Don't delay this. A. Hospe, 2 So. Main and 29 Pearl Sts., Co. Bluffs, la. As July 4 falls on Sunday this year It his been decided by the committees In charge to hold the public celebration in Fall mount park on Monday, July 5. For rug buyers: A visit to our rug de partment will convince housekeepers at once that no finer lines can be found; that our prions are less; that conditions are the best for satisfactory buying to our customers. You will find that every claim made for superiority can be readily sub stantiated. Our experience has proved to us that the best goods sold at a reasonable profit, are the best advertising card. Peter son & Schoening Co. The South First Street chapter of the Woman's guild of St. Paul's Episcopal church will meet Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clara Ward, 20 North First street. Albert BruiWll, aged 25 years, died yes terday morning at Merry hospital. The body was removed to Cutler's undertak ing rooms awaiting word from relatives liv ing In Canada. John Melhop, Jr., secretary of the Iowa and Nebraska Wholesale Grocers' associ ation. Is home from Buffalo, N. Y., where he attended the national convention of wholesale grocers. En route home he visited In New York and Boston. An adjourned meeting of the Board of Education will be held Monday evening in the office of President i Tlnley to take action In the matter of fnsuance of re funding bonds end in the matter of the new school building at Oak street and Broadway. The funeral of the late Mrs. C. Johnson will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residenre, 1007 West Broadway, and interment will be In Falrvlew ceme tery. Rov. H. A. Reichenbach, pastor of the Danish Baptist church,, will conduct the services. The funeral of the late James Ruberg will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the family residence, 1214 East Pierce street, and interment will be In Falrvlew cemetery. Rev. Dr. George A. Ray, pastor "i me r-econa fresDytenan church, will conduct the services. The funeral of the late Mrs. John Under win ne held this arternoon at 4 o'clock from the family residence. 201 North First street, and burial will be In Walnut Hill cemetery. Rev. T. J. Mackay. rector of ah saints- Episcopal church, Omaha, will conduct the services. Council camn. Woodmen nf h. vm-m will hold Its annual memorial services in I'anisn nan at z o clock this arternoon. C. 11. Grim will nreslrie and artHr.. .m be delivered by C. M. Maynard and W. B. lackey, committees will decorate the graves of deceased members in Walnut run ana x atrview cemetery. r reoerlrk Hartlng, aged 60 years, died at nis nome yesterday in McClelland, Ia.. from henrt failure. Two sisters, Mrs. Catherine Brockman of West lames Kester of Quirk, survive him Thi funeral will be held this afternoon at 2:30 o ciock irom nis late residenre and burial will be n the Hardin township cemetery. Mrs. Ersle Ottnian was before the com missioners on insanltv yesterdav on com plaint of her stepfather. A. Olson. The commissioners decided that Mrs. Ottman was mentally all right. Later In the dav Mrs. Ottman was taken before Justice J. K. Cooper on a charge of Intoxication and was sent to the county Jail for thirty days. The funeral of Charles Sebern, only son of r. A. Sebern. 1R03 Soutfi Eleventh street, who accidentally drowned while eo gaged In painting a bridge over the Kaw river at Kansas City, Ksn., Thursday aft ernoon, was held yesterday afternoon from the family residence, burinl being In Falr- '" cemetery, uev. John Kroonemeyer. pastor of Bethany Preshvterlan churrh conducted the services. Besides his father deceased la survived by four sisters. John J. Splndler of the First National bank. .. Konigmarher of the Commercial National bank and Charles R. Hannan, Jr., of the City National lank, arrived home yesterday morning from Waterloo, where they attended the annual meeting of the Iowa State Bankers' association. Mr. Splndler was elected as delegate to the annual meeting of the American Bankers' association to be held in Chi cago In September. J. A. Smyth. 1030 Fifth avenue, his wife and immune Harrington, an empinve of the Kep ner garage at 1327 West Broadway, were In police court yesterday morning charged I w Ith disturbing the hhf. in., i, Friday night on Broadway near Thirteenth street. Smyth found his wife In Harring ton s company and trouble ensued. Smyth struck Harrington and the latter drew a revolver and fired at Smyth, but the bul let went wide of Its mark. The police ar rived on the scene and nlanH tw..- under arrest. Harrington was fined $20 and costs for carrying concealed weapons, while Mrs. Smyth was fined $10 and costs. Smyth was discharged. We supply glasses to fit all defects of eyes. You can have the service of our experience free of charge. If your glasses are not satisfactory, or if your eyes are weak, or if you are suffering with head aches, do not delay, but come to us at once. We understand how to prescribe glasses only when needed. If you do not need glasses we will tell you so. O Mauthe, 22S W. B'way. Amons; the Lodgei, The following fraternal orders held elec tion of officers during the last week: Pottawattamie Tribe, Improved Order of Ked Men-hachem. B. 8. Terrill; senior sagamore, R. C. Meneray; Junior sagamore t. L. Sanvllle; prophet, E. I. Hanna; rep resentatives to grand council at Cedar Rapids. L. J. Patterson, M. W. Van Y ai mer, E. I. Hanna. Twin City Encampment, Independent Or der of Odd Fellows Chief pan mien, j. j. Watt; high priest. W. H. Mullin; sanlor warden. J. J. Sharp; Junior warden, A. li UlbBon, scribe, Thomas McMuliln; treas urer, S. Stevenson. Jewel Court, Tribe of Ben Hur Chief, S U. Wheeler; Judge. Harold P. Thorn; teacher. Mra. G. G. Halrd; captain, William Iuignecker; guide. U. O. Halrd; Inner doorkeeper, U. 8. lireueman; outer door keeper. J. F. Spare; scribe, Mrs. S. E Cane; keeper of tributes, Mis. L. 8. Bren eman. John Huss Castle, Royal Highlanders Illustrious protector. Frank Llgan; chief counxelor. Mrs. Sklpton; worthy evangel Mrs. Collins: warder. H. B. Thomas; sen ary. Mrs. Catherine Clark; manager, Mrs. .1. W. Jones: secretary and treasurer, Mrs Ijiiira J. Meneray. liuneho Society No. B, D. 8. D. F. of America President. John J. Myrtus; vice president. N. P. Chrlstofferxen ; secretary, A. Hansen: treasurer C. Jensen; financial secretary. Slnar H. Rasmussen: librarian. A. Jepsen; slrk committee. P. Chrlstoffer sen and Ole Rasmussen; trustee, 8. Wilson IxHlge No. 10. lanlsh Brotherhood Prs lilent. Frank Petersen; vice president, M P. Olsen; secretary. Die Hansen: financial secretary, John Jordansen; treasurer, Ber lel Nelsen; trustee, J. C. Jensen: guide Lars Hansen: Inside guard. Louis Rasmus sen: outside guard, Knud Keller. If you want your pressing and dry clean ing done better than the ordinary, send It to the Bluff City laundry. Dry Cleaning and Dye Works. When the driver calls for your laundry give him your bundle. 22-S4-W N. Main St. Phonea 314. Plowr Stage Driver Dead. Jacob Henry Rogers, a pioneer stage driver In the days before the railroads reached Council Bluffs, and for many years thereafter engaged In the transfer and livery business, died shortly before midnight, Friday night, at his home, 133 Fifteenth avenue. He was 74 years of age and death was due to the Infirmities at tendant upon old age. He was a veteran of the civil war having served In Company C, Second regiment, Nebraska volunteer cavalry. Two sons, Edward F. and William Rogers, and a brother, John Rogers, all residents of this city survive him. The funeral will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from Woodrlng's undertaking rooms and burial will be In Falrvlew ceme tery, Rev. F. A. Case, pastor of the First Baptist churoh will conduct the services. Our paints have great covering quality. They go further and last longer than any wood or metal protectors and beautlflera of which we have cognisance. Thatts not ac cidental It's simply because the manufac turers we represent make honest paint. content with their regular custom at fair profit. Instead of trying to make It all by asking low prices for showy, but unsub stantial paints. W. Nlcholaisen A Co., 14 South Main street. SERVICE" AT THE CHI RCHES Children's Day Program st Broadway Methodist sod First Presbyterlas. Following Is the program of the Chil dren's day services this morning at 10:)) o'clock al the Broadway Methodist church; Prelude Sunday school orchestra. Prayer Pastor. Song Sunday school. Scripture Reading Assistant Superintend ent Mlckel. Recitation, Golden Band Mrs. GorreU's class. Song, Little Temple Builders Primary class. Recitations Bernlce Thomas, Robert Gray, Helen Ogden and Jack Wilcox. Recitation Audrey Gorrell. Recitation, What We Can Do Miss Lind say's class. Solo, The Singing In God's Acres Ralph Anderson. Exercise, Pansy Thoughts Miss 8hubert's clsss. Exercise. The Board of Education Drill Mrs, Mlckel s. Mrs. Post's, Mr. McMahon's and Mr. Munger's classes. Address, Children's Uay Rev. Williams. Offertory. Uuartet. Lead Kindly Light Messrs. Bengstrum, Anderson, Borland and Band ruff. Song, In Our Father's Care Miss Balrd's class. Song, Let All the Children Sing-Miss Pippin's clase. Announcements. Song Sunday school. Benediction. . Postlude. At the First Presbyterian church the fol lowing Children's day program of exer cises will be given this morning at 10:30 o'clock: Voluntary Echo Song Jesus Wants Me for a Sun beam Primary Department and School. Processional The Son of God Goes Forth to War Tune, Crusaders Invocation (Congregation remaining standing) The Minister. Hymn No. 58 Come, Thou Almighty King School and Congregation. Hymn No. 411 Children of the Heavenly King School and Congregation, Prayer The Minister. Solo Suffer the Little Children to Come Unto Me Mrs. L. R. Hvoes. The presentation of children for holy Daptism. Seimonet for Boys and Girls Children's Rights Hymn No. 708 Saviour, Like a Shepherd Lead l's Song Open the Gates for the Dear Lit tle Feet Primary Department. Recitation Welcome PJIlen Kerney. $ me rwentv-thrn psaim Primary. Department Song Something for Jesus Frlmsrv DeDartment. Recitation Because It's Children's Day neien i reynor. Recitation A Little Child Can Serve ... Jhon McGee and Rruca Wallace. Song Valiant Soldiers of the King Boys' Chorus. Recitation God Plans F.ach Day Lonttne Louie. Recitation Smile Whenever Tou Can... DeWltt Tucker. Recitation Jesus Ixwea Me Twelve Children. Address Why study the Bible? J. H. Beveridge. Hymn Alt Thy Works Shall Praise Thee , , Chorus and School. Recitation The Bsbv's Prayer Geraldlne Hess. Recitation The Tongue Iden Kerney. Solo The Homeland Miss Gladys Hess. Rtcltatlon The Little Qnes He Blessed Harriet Arnold. Solo Gather the Roses Jeanette Gilbert. Recitation The First Children' Day.... Elisabeth Pace. Hymn No. S47 Stand l"p, Stand Up for Jesus School and Congregation. Benediction The Minister. Silent Prayer .' Postlude The following children's day program will be given at 10:30 o'clock this morning at the Fifth Avenue Methodist church: Voluntary, orchestra Process. SS3 hymnal, choir. Prayer. "Gloria Patrl," congregation. Responsive scripture reading by the con gregation. Anthem, "Enter Jehovah's Courts," choir. Class exercise, Mrs. Relter's class. Class exercise, Miss Orovler's and Mrs. Hall's classes. Hymn No. 67T, congregation. Cltss exercise. Miss Voorhees' and Mrs. McCcrmlck's classes. Anthem. "Let All Things Praise," choir. Recitation, Marie Khaler. Motion song. "Just a Row of Butter cups," primary class. Memory work, promotion class. Song, "Bright Little Flowers." primary class. Memory work and song, children from Christian Home. Arnouncements, pastor. Offertory, orchestra. Anthem, "Wonderful Love," eholr. Baptism. Song. "The Whole Wide World for Jesus." congregation. First Congregational Church, Dr. Otter beln O. Smith. Pastor Morning service at 10:30. evening service at S, Sunday school at noon, mid-week services Wednesday evening at I at the parsonage. Sunday morning is Children's day service. A pro gram will be given by rne Sunday school and choir, consisting of music and recita tions, with a short address by the pastor. Christening of children will form a part of this service. The offering will go to Sunday school missionary work. The even ing subject will be, "The Certainty and Theraputlc Value of Prayer." Second Presbyterian Church, Rev. George A. Ray, D. D., Pastor Morning worship at 10:30, subject. "Profitable and Unprof itable Lives;" Sabbath school at noon. Christian Endeavor at 7:1B p. m., evening service at 8, sermon the last of a series of discourses on the life of Moses. At St. John's English Lutheran church there will be Flower day and Children's day exercises at 10:80 o'clock In place of the regular service. Carl F. Stough will sing "The Penitent." by Van De Water. Sunday school will be held at noon, but there will be no evening service of young people's meeting on account of the absence of the pastor. Rev. G. W. Snyder, from the city. First Presbyterian Church. Marcus P. McClure. Minister 10:80 o'clock, the annual II lliiAttGliNT Icewemt 1 merJ I Now What is life if we cannot enjoy it T Let us be happy; let us be friendly; let us be joyful and glad. Every glass of sUi. , -n, r , "The Deer that makes the world smile with you," Is a glass of pleasore a bumper of joy. It i to good and it tastes so fine. v K . PROrFcS It For over half a century PEERLESS has been brewed bv the excluve GUND NATURAL PRO-f?- " contains all the rich vital properties of the finest, plumpest Northwestern barley; and come, to your table laden with strength, pleasure and absolute satisfaction. JOHN GUND BREWING CO.. La Croe, Wisconsin W C. IZTDIH, Kanager Omaha Branch, OMAHA, 1T. Telephones Dougias-flJ'M, Independent A-M44. Council Bluffs Children's day services. Superintendent J. H. Beveridge will give an address on the subject, "Why Study the Bible?" and younger members of the Bible school will assist In the program. Children may be presented for baptism. t:16 p. m., the Young People's service, LouIbc Wescott, leader. 7 p. m., the Toung People's ser vice. Beryl Owen, leader. 8 o'clock, even ing service. The chorus and Mrs. Hypes will sing. Theme, "Making the Most of Two Worlds." Broadway Methodist Church, James M. Williams, Pastor Class meeting at 10 a. m. in the assembly room. At 10:30, in place of the regular service, the Sunday school will render the annual Children's day pro gram. The church will be decorated and a splendid service given. Regular Sunday school session at 12. The Epworth league devotional service at T p. m.. Topic, "Ac cepting or Rejecting the Truth." Regular evening service at 8. Theme, "Pay the Price." Good singing. Famous hymns will be used. First Baptist Church, Rev. K. A. Case, Pastor Regular services at 11 o'clock In the morning and at 8 o'clock In the even ing. Sunday school at noon. B. Y. P. U. meeting at 7 p. m. People's Congregational Church, Rev. Charles S. ' Hanley, Pastor Children's day program music and speaking will occupy the Sabbath school room at 10 a. m. Dr. John Baptist, the Armenian, will speak at 11, a. m. from personal experience and ob servation of Turkey's deposed sultan and his harem. The pastor will hold an Evangelistic service In the evening. First Christian Church, Rev. Edgar Prloe, Pastor Services will be held In tlu Danish hall, corner Park avenue am Broadway, where services will be held until the new edifice Is completed. Bible school at 9:46 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m. and evening services st t o'clock. Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church, Rev. Frank Caldwell, rastor Sabbath school at 10. Preaching at U and 8. Epworth league at 7. Memorial Baptist Church, Rev. J. M. Bell, Pastor Preaching by. the pastor at noon. ToUng People's union at 7. Fifth Avenue Methodist Church. Rev. S. Grant Lewis, Pastor Class meeting at 10. Morning service at 10:30. Sunday school at noon. Junior league at 3. Evening service at 8. West Side Christian Church Sunday school at 10 and preaching services at 11 and 1 Young People's meeting at 7. Epworth Methodist Church, Rev. A. B. Babb, Pastor Sunday school at 10. Preach at 11 and I. Epworth league at 8:30. Bethany Presbyterian Church, Rev. John Kroonmeyer, Pastor Services at 10 and . Sunday school at 11:45. Christian Endeavor society at 7. Paul Super, who has charge of the Toung Men's Christian association at Honolulu, will occupy the pulpit In the morning. Latter Day Saints' Church Preaching at 10:45 and 8. Sunday school at noon. Woodbury Avenue Chapel Sunday school at t. Free Methodist Church, Rev. D. C. Lam son, Pastor Sunday school at 10, followed by preaching. Preaching at 8. Swedish Lutheran Church, Rev. E. Glad. Pastor Special confirmation services to day. , The First Church of Christ. Scientist will hold services at 10:45 in Masonic temple hall, when the subject of the lea- son-sermon will be God the Preserver of Man." Sunday school following the services. The regular midweek testimonial meeting Wednesday evening at 8. Public reading room. 310 Merrlam block, open from 11:30 to 4:30, except Sundays. PAST WEEK IX BLIPP8 SOCIETY Mr. Wllllsaa Roy DeVol mm Miss (iesrarla Mitchell Married. Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Waterman left Fri- aay on a visit to Burk, 8. D. Miss Minnie Foster left yesterday to visit irienas in Chicago and Wisconsin. Dr. 8. D. Tobey left Friday for Golden, Colo., for a three months' visit with his daughters. Mrs. T. J. Compton is home from a two months' visit In Chicago and other points In Illinois. Mrs. T. G. Turner gave a bridge luncheon Tuesday afternoon at her home on South Eighth street. Mra. J. H. Mayne of Glen avenue was hostess Thursday afternoon to the L. 8. T. Bridge club. Miss Bessie Patterson of New Boston III., Is the guest of Mrs. Charles Bailey of Washington avenue, Mrs. W. C. Burke, son and daughter of 613 Vorhla street, left yesterday to visit friends in Lincoln, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. William Brock of Oak street left Tuesday for a trip to Denver and other Colorado points. Mrs. Henry Smith and daughters. An nette and Phyllis, left Thursday for St. Louis to spend the summer. Mrs. Fred Ward of Washington avenue Is enjoying a visit from her daughter, Mrs. F. D. Ury of Chapman, Neb. Miss Phoebe Spencer and Miss Susie Morehouse are visiting their uncle. Mr. C. A. Canoyer In Macedonia. Ia. Vts. C. 8. Lefferts, to First avenue, en tertained at luncheon Friday afternoon. Covers were laid for nine guests. Mr. James Macrae, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Macrae of Park avenue ia home Another Smile Council Bluffs from St. I.milx university where he took I honors In his plass. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Beaver of Beatrice. Neb., are guests of their daughter, Mrs. George Holmes, 106 North Eighth street, i The Phllo club will be entertained Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. Q. Anderson, 204 Tenth avenue. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Copson will go this week to Duluth, Minn., for an extended vlHlt with their daughter, Mrs. F. U. Bell. The members of the K. G. S. club en Joyed a picnic at Lake Manawa Friday evening, being chaperoned by Mrs. S. T. McAtee and Mrs. P. Gunnoude. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Kunyon arid daught ers. Edith and Helen, saied from San Franclsro last Friday for a three months' trip to Hawaii. China and Japan. Mrs. E. E. Spetman has returned from Waterloo, la., where she attended last Tuesday the wedding of her brother, Mr. C. C. I-aey and Miss Llla Stevlck. The meeting of the Tuesday night "500" club, to have been entertained Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. F. C. Hendricks, was Indefinitely postponed. Mrs. J. K. Cooper went to Iowa Cltv 'Fri day to attend the graduation of her daugh ter. Miss Flora Cooper, from the liberal arts department of the State university. Mrs. David McCulley of Omaha enter tained at luncheon Tuesday afternoon at the Happy Hollow club for Miss Georgia Mitchell. Covers were laid for twelve. Mrs. S. E. Whaley and daughter have gone to Storm Lake, Ia., to attend the wedding of her niece, Miss Hazel Sher bondy, which will take place Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Putnam who have been visiting Mrs. Putnam's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman L. Reed, left yesterday for Sioux Falls, S. D., where they will reside. Mrs. C. R. Tyler and daughter, Miss Marian, arrived home Tuesday from a three months' European trip. They re. turned on the Cincinnati on Its maiden voyage. Mr. Howard Clifton of Red Cliff. Cel.. Is visiting his uncle. Mr. C. C. Clifton, en route home from an extended trip through Oregon. Washington, Idaho, Montana and Colorado. Announcement has been received here of the engagement of Mr. Clarence A. Miller, formerly of Council Bluffs and now of Ithnca. Mich., to Miss Frances Powers of that city. Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. DoVol and family, who came here to attend the wedding of Mr. Roy DeVol and Miss Georgia Mitch ell, returned to their home In Battle Creek, Mich., Thursday evening. Mrs. Frank Byram, who was the guest of her sister. Mrs. J. E. Swan of Lawton terrace, enroute from visiting In Galesburg and Ablnednn. III., left yesterday for her home In Casner. Wyo. Dr. and Mrs. A. P. Hanchett will leave Monday for Cambridge. Mass., to attend the commencement exercises at Harvard university, when their son. Alfred, will receive the degree of bachelor of arts. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Robertson have gone to Woodbine, la., where they will spend the summer and where their children, will attend the normal school. They will re turn to their home in this city In the fall. Mr. F. C. Rlker and bride have returned from a short wedding tilp and are guests of Mr. and Mis. C. O. Robinson. IIS South Seventh street, for a few days before leav ing for their home In Denver, Colo. The meeting of the S. 8. 8. club to have been held last Friday at the surburban home of Miss Millie Soerllng was post poned on account of the weather to Fri day of this woek when Miss Sperling will be the hostess. Miss Evelyn Thomas gave a handsomely appointed luncheon Monday afternoon, complimentary to Miss Georgia Mitchell. Rambler roses were used In profusion In the table and room decorations. Covers were laid for twenty-one. Mrs. A. E. Brock entertained at a most delightful kenslngton Saturday afternoon at her home. 220 Bluff street, there being about twenty guests present. Pink peonies were used In profusion throughout the rooms. Light refreshments were served. The June business meeting and social of the Associated Charities was entertained Monday afternoon by Miss Caroline Dodge at her country home, "The Orchards." At the close of the business session a social time was enjoyed and refreshments were served. Mrs. A. E. Brock entertained In formally at bridge Friday afternoon at her home. 220 Bluff street. Mrs. Han berry was awarded the prise for the high est score. At the close of the game, a course luncheon was served, pink peonies being used for decorating. Covers were laid for twenty guests. Mrs. W. S. Rlgdon of Glen avenue enter tained the Klatter Klub Friday afternoon. Thfc afternoon was spent playing five hun dred, prizes being awarded Miss Cherry Wells. Mrs. Harry Van Brunt and Miss Ellen Organ. At the close of the game a course luncheon was served. Miss Hazel Harran will be the next hostess to th club. Mrs. R. E. Montgomery gave a pretty appointed bridge party Tuesday afternoon at her home, there being thirty guests present. Mrs. Dillon Ross was awarded the prize, for the highest score. Miss Rice, the consolation prize, and Mrs. Edward Shepard. the "cut-for-all" prize. At the end of the game, light refreshments were served. The Philathea girls were entertained t their monthly social and business meet In Frldav evening at the home of Miss Myrtle Van Fossen. 410 South First street. At the close of the business meeting, games and music were enjoyed, after which light refreshments were served. There were a'jout twenty mem bers present. Mrs. Robert Peregoy entertained in formally at bridge Frldsv afternoon In honor of her sister, Mrs. F. R Putman of Sioux Falls. H. 1. Bridge was played dtir ing the afternoon, six tables being used. The prize for the highest score was awarded to Mrs. William Pvper. while the second prize was won by Mrs. Ray Blxby. At the close of the game luncheon was served, peonies were used In decorating. The members of Harmony chapter. Order of Eastern Star, entertained at a card party and social Thursday evening In the Masonic temple, at which there was a large attendance present. High five was played during the evening, Mra. i Gllllland and Mr. A. McMillan receiving the prizes for the high scores. At the close of the game, light refreshments were served, after which dancing was enjoyed. Mr. Harry L. Van Brunt gave a stag dlrrer at his home on Willow avenue Mon day evening complimentary to Mr. Roy DeVol and Mr. Frank Bluer. Covers were laid for Messrs. Roy DeVol, Frank Bin if. Dr. Mac Hanchett, Dr. Morgan Cutler, Charles R. Hannan, Jr., Carlton Wood wtid, Bert Ptnney. Will Sclinorr, Ned Win, George Van JJrunt, Roy Wilcox and Hairy L. Van Iirunt. The C. M. L. club met Wednesday aft ernoon at the home of Mrs. Thomas Mal loney, 331 Lawton terrare . Five hundred was plaved during the afternoon, Mrs. Ellen Stephen being .awarded the prize for the highest score, while Mrs. C. R. Hammell was awarded the "cut-for-all" prlne. At the close of the game, a course luncheon was served. The rooms were prettily decorated In pink and white, the same colors being carried out In the luncheon. Mr. Timothy Dunn and Miss Eva Jones were married Tuesday afternoon at the parsonage of St. Francis Xavler's church. Rev. Father McManus officiating. After the ceremony a wedding luncheon was served at the home of the bride's aunt. Mrs George Wesley, the guests being the Immediate relatives and a few Intimate friends of the bride and groom. Mr. and Mis. Dunn are visiting In Perry, la., and will be at home after June l at 134 Knep pet street. Miss Marian Saunders of Oakland avenue was hnstetis to the V. Y. Y. club Friday afternoon at a high tea, following the business meeting. The dining room and table were artistically decorated with smllax and peonies while the table was lighted with shaded candles. The guests were the Misses Esther Splndler, Eliza beth Konlgmacher, Mary Stlllman. Beatrice Tlnley, Gertrude Wheeler, Gertrude Tlnley, Lucille McAtee, Vera Cady, Marie Stewart, Adelaide Wright and Irene Klntz. The annual banquet and reception of the Alumnae association of St. Francis' acad emy will be held Tuesday of this week, the reception in the afternoon and the banquet in the evening In the large dining room of the academv. Wednesday morning at 8 O'clock the the alumnae will attend mass In St. Francis Xavler's churrh. following whlrh the annual business meeting of the association will be held. The commence ment exercises of St. Francis' academy will be held Wednesday evening In the auditorium of the Institution. Miss Angle Cain was host to the Corona cluh Tuesday evening at her home, 301 North Seventh street. There were about twenty-five guests present during the evening, which was spent In playing cards, Miss Jeanette Hayes being awarded the prize. An Informal program of music was also enjoyed. A course luncheon was served, after which a miscellaneous shower was tendered Miss Frances Gallagher, who will he one of the June brides. Punch was served throughout the evening In the liv ing room, over which Miss Frances In goldsby presided. The next meeting of the club will be at the home of Miss Edna Tracey on Sixteenth avenue. The Council Bluffs rink and Blue club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. J. T. tanning, 1127 Seventh avenue, her daughter, Mrs. H. Sweet, acting as hos tess. Five hundred was played during the afternoon, there being three tables used. Mra. Conner was awarded the prize for the highest score, Mrs. Houk, the second prize, and Mrs. Pell the conso latlon prize. At the close of the game, a two-course luncheon was served In the dining room, pink roses being used In decorating. The event also being the birthday anniveraary of Mrs. Lannlng, a number of guests were Invited, among whom were Mrs. J. B. Kirk of Omaha, Miss Addle Sweet of Omaha, Miss Over acker. Miss O'Donnell and Mrs. Anders. The next meeting of the club will be held June 26, at the home of Mrs. A. Henry, 1401 Avenue A. One of the prettiest of June weddings wa that of Mr. William Roy DeVol and Mlsr Georgia Mitchell, which was solemnized Wednesday evening at the home of th bride's parents. County Treasurer and Mrs. James W. Mitchell, the ceremony being performed by Rev. Marcus P. McClure. pastor of the First Presbyterian church, In the presence of a large and select compsny of relatives and friends of the two families. The ceremony was performed In the parlor under a ranopv of asparagus fern and bride's roses. Preceding the entry of the bride and groom, Mrs. Wagner of Omaha sang "I Love You Truly." The bridal party entered to the strains ef the (Continued on Seventh Page.) Geo. VV. Klein I'pholstrring, Furniture Repair rd and Hcflnlshel, Feathers Renovated, Mirrors Replateil, and all kinds of mattress work done. Both 'Phones. 19 So. Main (St., Council Bluffs. 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