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THE OMAHA SUNDAY HER: .1UXE 27, 19O0.
A uncil Bluffs Council Bluffs Council Bluffs Minor Mention Tki joaacll aUafte Off as" Ob. Im U M U iMH lMt Bath Toil . Darin, drugs. CORRIOANS, Undertakers. 'Phones !. Woodrlng Undertsklng company. Tel. 83. Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone 17. FAC8T BRER AT KOOERiT BUFFET. When you want reliable want ad adver tlalnar. use The Be. Deerlng binders and mowers. Ppearllng A Trlplett, 217 Broadway. It. W. W. Maarell. optometrist moved to JOS-208 City National bank building. BAIKD. LONOENECKER BOL.AKD. Undertaken. 'Phone 122, 14 N. Main Ht. WANTED FIVE TEA Via TO DELIVER ICE TO FAMILIES. A. O. UlLUEKT ICE COMPANY. Oxfords In all leather. shapes, and sivles at ptls that tell them, Duncan Hhne Co., Main street. We are closing out our base ball goods at a big induction. Boys, here la a chance for many good bargains. Petersen A fctchoenlng Co. Hot dam and low shoes go together well. Try a pair of ours. Duncan Hhoe Co., 23 Main street. Cherrv eedeis we show a Mg susorv ment at .Or, Vfic and hoc. P. C. Hardware Co. 'Phone. In your DeVol order. 'Phones . Former Iepnty KheHff William A. Orone weg. was yesterday appointed deputy United States marshal for the Council Bluffs district by U. d. Marshal Frank B. Clark. He succeeds W. T. Cole on July 1. Oeorge Bern waa arrested yesterday af nfw.n r,n Bn Anea ii 1 1 and battery charge preferred against Mm by U Buns In the court of Justice Cooper. Bona gave bonds for his appearance before the court mon day afternoon. Our prices on low shoes are the lowest in the cny, save money oj nu Duncan Mie Co., 23 Main street. A continuation of the study of the Eu phrates river and Its surroundings will he heia rjy tne iouiik mmi v i"1'"" , . elation at the open nlr meeting at 4 o'clock at the Redwood stump in r atrmouni pm. All men unit hova are invited to aueno. , these meetings. Thomas Williams, the automobile sna chlnlst arrested here Thursday at the In stance of the authorities of Chicago, where he Is wanted to answer to the charge of embexzlement of the funds of his employer, waa taken back to the Windy City yester day morning by M. F. Magner, an officer from that city. The meeting of the several committees having In charge arrangements for the Fourth of July celebration In Falrmount park, called for yesterday afternoon, at the rooms of the Commercial club, failed for lack of attendance. Another effort will be made to get the committees together next Tuesday afternoon. The funeral of the late Edward B. Sher lock was held yesterday afternoon from 8t. Frances Xavler's church and was largely attended. Requiem high mass was said ' by Rev. Father ' Hurklielser. Burial was In Kt. Joseph's cemetery, the pall bearers being Mayor Thomas Maloney, Charles Muhlaner, Oeorge S. Davis. J. S. Mlthen, VV. 11 Ware and L. H. Michel!. Mlsa Margaret Jefferis, who was born and raised In Pottawattamie county, was found dead In lied yneterday morning, at her home In McClelland. She was 4 years of age and death was attributed; to neaii disease. She Is survived by one son and six daughters. The arrangements fur the funeral, other than ih-.l burial will be In Falrvlew cemetery In this city, have not been made. Summer trousers and conts need pressing and cleaning often to keep them lookln-i good. Kverv young man wants to look neat and clean. Notice your own clothes, see how quick they get shabby If they an not pressed and kept up in shape. O'lr prices for pressing and dry cleaning are very reasonable, anil there Is no necessity for any one to wear clothes tha look shabby. Then you may have laid away a last summer's suit which may look a llt.l-s shabby to you. Bring It to us and let us clean and press It. It may save you tha buying of a new suit and you can get an other summer's wr out of It. Hluff City Laundry, Dry Cleaning and Dye works. Phones S14. 22-24-2 North Main street. There will be a unique service of muoh Interest at Broadway church Sunday morn Ing. The long roll will be called. This Is the oomplete roll of membership, includ ing the probationers of the church. Each one la expected to be present and answer to his or her name by a sentence or re aponse "Here." Messages will be read from those who are unable to attend. This service will begin at 10 o'clock, because of the large number of names to be called This day was observed at this church In this way a number of years ago and was one of much Interest, and It Is expected that this will be a much more Impressive occasion because of the larger number or names to be called. The official hoard or Broadway church cordially extends an In vitation to the public generally to shara this service. If In doubt choose silver. It's practically Imperishable, a good reason for selecttnf silver as a lasting remembrance. We have always In stock a large variety of silver ware, tht best In the market, of the best makes and latest patterns and designs. A newly married couple always appreciates nice silver. See O. Mauthe. the reasonable priced jeweler, 228 West Broadway. A large assortment of suitcases, tmnks, traveling bags, etc. If you want something good In this line at reasonable prices here la the place to get It goods that you can abaolutely depend on. Petersen A Schoen tng Co. Marriage Licensee. ' Licenses to wed were issued yesterday to the following: Name and Residence. Age. Herman Williams. South Omaha Amanda Mllner. South Omaha 2 Grant G. Alexander, Council Bluffs 34 Anna Lois Btcknell. Council Bluffs 82 Look Well to Your Eyes. Consult only an expert. Do not run the chances of having your eyes Injured by Imperfectly fitted glasses. Come here and 1st me personally tell you about your eyes. "Eyesight Is my specialty." Dr. W. W. Magarrell. optometrist, 206-208 City National Bank Building, Council Bluffs. Factory on premises. FOR MEDICAL AND FAMILT USE BUY YOUR LIQUORS AT L. ROSEN FELD CO.. 51 SO. MAIN. 'PHONE S2J. MONEY Prlvste money to loan on city property. Low rates; cash on hand. F. 3. Schnorr, lit Broadway. Geo. W. Klein I'pholsterlng, Furniture Kepalr ed and Kefiulshed, Feathers IlenovateJ, .Mirrors Iteplated, and mil kinds of mattress work done. Roth 'Phones. 19 So. Main ht- Council muff. 8 "Have It Dene Right" I 4 JE3 A. A. CLARK a CO. I nun MniiFY nn LUHII Li UN LI Uil An AJrr chattel itboctutt don? i wraiy gears or Macceesful Business. 1X1 .A IX AXD BROADWAY. OYF.B iMruiriv wvbde-oo IiraS auimi BOTH I'taoNKS 217 DAILY NONPAREIL IS SOLD Meiin. Norrii tnd Hughes Acquire Control of Property. VICTOR BENDER SELLS INTEREST Xew Owners Arf Prsprietar ( the Marshalltown Tlme'S-Re pablicaa Mr. finches Will Come Her as Manager of Papier. Announcement was made yesterday after noon by Victor E. Bender that he had dis posed of the corporation stock, plant and good will of the New Nonpareil company to P. W. Norrls, jr.. and W. P. Hughes, publishers of The Times-Republican at Marshalltown, la. Mr. Hughes, It Is stated, will assume active control of the Dally Nonpareil and will remove to Coun cil Bluffs at once. Mr. Morris, It Is said, will retain his residence In Msrshalltown where he will continue to personally con duct The Times-Republican. Mr. Bender aald yesterday afternoon that while he had no definite plans for the future, he would probably purchase a) newspaper elsewhere. He said he did not expect to remain In Council Bluffs. The change of ownership, Mr. Bender aald, he believed would cause very few changes In the personnel of the editorial and busi ness forces of The Dally Nonpareil. Mr. Bender has been connected with the New Nonpareil company since November, 1WM, and a few years ago aoquired practically all of the stock. Nothing nicer than a hammock for a hot day. We can furnish you with Just what you want. Get one and select a nice cool place to try It. Tou will agree with us hoi a nlre hammock Is lust the thing for refreshing rest. Petersen & Schoen- Oxfords In all leathers, shapes, and them, Duncan styles at prices that sell Shoe Co., 23 Main street. Services at the Charches. Broadway Methodist church, Rev. James M. Williams, pastor. 10 a. m., the long roll call; all members, Including probationers, are expected to be at this service and answer to their names, as they are called. This day has not been observed for years. Notice the hour Is thirty minutes earlier than usual. Plan to be on time at 10 o'clock. Sunday school at 12, conducted by F. H. Orcutt. Epworth league devotional meeting at 7, topic, "Sleeping Disciples," leader. Fred Deffenbaugh. Evening service at 8. Theme of sermon, "A Look Into the Future." The orchestra will assist In the singing. Famous hymns will be used. First Presbyterian church. Rev. Marcus P. McClure, minister. Morning service. 10:30 o'clock, theme, "Life and Work for Christ In the Land of the White Elephant. speaker, J. W. McKcan. M. D. ; 12 m., the Bible school; 3:16 p. m., young people's service. Miss Maude Clark, leader; 7 p. m young people's service, Miss Marie Gllss man, leader; 8 p. m., the evening sen Ice, theme. "The Kinsman, Our Redeemer." A welcome to everyone. First Baptist church. Rev. F. A. Cajie, pastor. Regular services at 11 o'clock In the morning and 8 o'clock In the evening Sunday school at noon. Baptist Young Peoples' union meeting at 7 p. m. First Christian church. Rev. Edgar Price, pastor. Services will be held In the Danish hall, corner Park avenue and Broadway where services will be held until the new edifice Is completed. Bible school at 9:43 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Christian En deavor at 7 p. m., and evening service at 8 o'clock. St. John's English Lutheran church, Rev, G. W. Snyder, pastor. Preaching service at 10:30 a. m., sermon subject, "The Adver sary. Sunday school at noon and young peoples' meeting at 7 p. m. Sacred concert at 8 p. m., by choir and congregation. This is will be the last evening service until September. The First Church of Christ Scientist, will hold services in the Masonic temple at 10:4." a. m., when the subject of the lesson ser mon will be "Christian Science." Sunday school after church service. The regular mid-week testimonial meeting will be held Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Second Presbyterian church, Rev. George A. Kay, pastor. Morning worship at 10:30 o'clock, subject, "Things That We Ought to Be Ashamed of." Sabbath school at 12 m. Christian Endeavor at 7:15 p. m., sub Ject "Missionary Pocketbooks." Scripture, II, Corinthians, vl., 6-16. Leader, Miss Rose Wood. Tuple will be presented by Miss Ada Alnsworth. In the evening at 8 o'clock, Dr, McKean of Slam will occupy the pulpit. Dr. McKean has been a missionary In Slam for twenty years, and la an Interest Ing speaker. Trinity Methodist Church. Rev. Frank Caldwell, pastor Sabbath school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a- m. and 8 p. m. Ep worth league at 7 p. m. Memorial Baptist Church Morning service at 10:30 p. m., Sunday school at 12 m.. Baptist Young People's union at 7 p. m. and preaching at 8 p. m. Fifth Avenue Methodist Church Rev, 8 Grant 1-ewls, Pastor Morning aervloe at 10:30 o'clock. Sunday school at 12 noon, Junior Epworth league at 8 p. m. Epworth league at 7 p. m. Evening service at o'clock. Mid-week prayer service Wednes day at 7:30 p. m. Teachers' meeting Wednesday at 8:30 p. m. Class meeting, first Wednesday of each . month, at 7:80 p. m. West Side Christian Church Sunda school at 10 a. m. and preaching service at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Young People' meeting at 7 p. m. People's Congregational Church, Rev. C, S. Ilanley, Pastor Sabbath school at 10 a. m. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Even Ing service In the church as usual at o clock. Prayer meeting at the church Monday evening. Epworth Methodist Church, Rev. A Babb, Pastor Sunday school at 10 a. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Epworth league at 6: SO p. m. Bethany presby terlan Church, Rev. John Kroonmeyer, Pastor Servloea at 10 a. and 8 p. m. Sunday school at 11:46 a. Christian Endeavor society at 7 p. m. Latter Day Saints' Church Preaching 10:4o a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school at noon. Woodbury Avenue Chapel Sunday school at I p. m. Free Methodist Church, Rev. D. C. La aim, raiiur ounaay acnooi at 10 a. m followed by preaching. Preaching at 8 p. horses, cattle and HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE at oxe-half ttih usual rates. . afcJM HUM, cnemaaivea tm Clark Monjruaa Cc mo. v, llaLKi, Mgr. m. The services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. will both be conducted by the Rev. D. C. Eddy, presiding elder, closing the quarterly meeting services. First Congregational Church. Dr. Otler beln O. Smith. Pastor Morning service at 10.30. 'evening service at 8 p. m. Sunday school at noon. Morning subject, "Sus taining Power." Special musical service In the evening. We have Just received In our rug depart ment many new patterns and designs. We want you to see them. Come In. Petersen II Schoentng Co. We have a large number of bankers' carpenters,' clerks,' and stenographers' pen cils which we are giving away as long as they last. Call at our office and get them. Iowa Loan company, corner Pearl and Broadway, suite 5. Don't! Don't! Don't! Don't buy glasses as you would shoes; they should be fitted by an expert. You may select a pair that aids your vision for the time being, but that may prove most Injurious. Don't buy heap glasses. Don't read In bed or on a moving train. Don't read without your glasses or with some one else's. Lon't continue wearing your old glasses when you feel that they are not Just right. It's so easy to have them right by seeing O. Mauthe. 228 West Broadway. DOBBINS BOX D IS RF.Dl CEI Court Cats A moon t In One Case from T.ooo to ae.ooo. John R. Dobbins, alleged "steerer" for the J. C. Maybray gang of swindlers In the particular case of T. W. Ballew, the banker of Princeton, Mo., who was bun coed out of 830,000 on a fake horse race, succeeded yesterday In having the die- let court reduce his bond from 87.000 to 86.000. Two Indictments were returned against Dobbins, who was arrested last February In New York. One on a charge of larceny nd the other on a charge of conspiracy, both being alleged complicity In the swind ling of Banker Ballew. The bond under each Indictment was originally fixed at 85.000, making a total of 810,000. Subse- uently the bond" In the conspiracy case as reduced to $2,000 and yesterday Judge Wheeler further reduced It to $1,000. It Is said that Dobbins expects to be ble to furnish bonds In the sum of $6,000 nd secure his release from the close con fines of the county Jail where he has been Ince February. Postofflce Inspector Swenson, who was In the city yesterday afternoon for a short while, told of the arrest and subsequent escape of one of the alleged "steerers" of the Maybray gang a few days ago. Mr. Swenson located the man in a small town In Kansas and before securing his arrest by the county authorities telegraphed to the postmaster of the town to find out if the sheriff could be trusted. The post master replied that the sheriff and his de puties were all right and Inspector Swen son then notified the sheriff to arrest the man, which was done. The arrested man wanted to go to his home to change his clothing and the sheriff consented. The herlff stood at the front door while deputy guarded the rear door. When they became tired of' waiting they entered the house to look for their man and found he had made his escape by a side door. The fellow without a hat and In his shirt sieves made his getaway bareback on a horse and so far as the sheriff of the small Kansas town knows Is still going. Inspector Swenson Is keeping hard on the trail of the members of the notorious 'big store" gang and said yesterday that he hoped to land several more of them behind the bars before he got through with the case. The season for wall paper Is nearly over, but there are still many rooms that need new wall paper to make them look tidy and comfortable. See us; we make It specialty to decorate these rooms this time of the year, because the weather condl tions are better than In the spring. You do not need to tear up your house to paper; we have canvas to put on the floor and do not dirty your floor or carpet. H. Bor wick, 211 South Main street. Hot days and low shoes go together well. Try a pair of ours. Duncan Shoe Co., 23 Main atreet. The fashion ladles' tailoring, TV H Emleln, professor. We do first class work reasonable. We make suits for $16, skirts, $5. Would you give us a trial. 83 South Main street. SALOON KERFER IS FIXED A. Loftman Is Assessed S200 Jada-e Wheeler's Court. A. Loftman, until recently proprietor of a saloon at 606 West Broadway, was fined $200, court costs and an attorney .fee of $28 In the district court yester day by Judge Wheeler. Loftman was charged with contempt of court In thi It was alleged, he had sold liquor to minor named Whtttaker In violation of an injunction issued recently against htm. Injunctions were obtained yesterday by County Attorney Hess against W. R Oourley, who recently opened up , the Courtland Beach resort, and against W. S. Goodrich, who recently leased his hotel, known as the Goodrich hotel, at Broadway and Eighth street. Mrs. May Nobis, who, after considerable trout le with the' local authorities, closed the Riverside hotel on North Thirty-seventh street, made application yesterday for permission to give an abatement bond In order that she might reopen the place. The court made an order that, upon giv ing a bond In the sum of $1,000 and on the payment of coats, the place might be reopened. If Mrs. Noble decides to resume the sale of liquor, she will be required to secure the necessary saloon permits, both from the city authorities and adjoining property owners, to pay the regular mulct tax and licenee and comply strictly with the provisions of tha mulct law. How about that porch; are you using ltT If so you may need some nice porch furniture. Come In and let us help you make a selection. We have everything you need latest stylea and designs. Petersen II Schoentng Co. CHERRY GROWERS NOTICE. Special prices on all kinds of ladders and cherry stoners. J, Zoller Merc. Co., 100-102-104-106 Brosdway. Bararaa May Meet la Omaha. The delegates to the thirteenth annual convention of the world-wide Baraca an I Philathea have returned from Ashevllle, N. C. where the convention has been In ses sion snd closed Wednesday evening. The delegates from the trl-clty union of Baraca and Philathea W. O. Fuller, president of the Baraca union; 8. E. Eaton of Omaha, corresponding secretary of the Baraca union, and Mlsa Jennie O. Barns tn of Omaha, president of the Philathea union bring back word that the convention will probably be held In Omaha next year. The cities In the lead for the convention are Jamestown, N. Y.; Birmingham. Ala., and Omaha. The vote Is to be taken by the executive committee September 1. The delegates from here, however, have the assurance of the majority of the executive commltlve. Including the national pieal- f u tut1 i c 1 1 u ml, Murrns9 I J ii j i fj I r ii II .11 x. ii kTi i pel vm, mm ) ii: I : V N J ii On Monday, June 28th, vre will place at your disposal our stock of Fine Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, etc., etc., nt the lowest prices ever offered on Fine High Grade, Reliable Goods. We must reduce our stock to avoid Loss and Breakage, while moving into our NEW LOCATION 503 BROADWAY NEXT TO THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK It will be your opportunity to buy a watch, some desired piece of jewelry, cut glass, silverware or any article found in a jewelry store at prices from one-fifth to one-half the regular value. Every article sold at this time will be protected by the same guarantee that has made the Leffert Store known throughout southwestern Iowa as the "Reliable Jewelers." Our goods are marked in plain figures You can readily figure the reduction at the following Discounts. 20 PER CENT OFF FILLED WATCHES. 25 PER CENT OFF ON SOLID GOLD JEWELERY. 25 PER CENT OFF-ON CUT GLASS. 33ij PER CENT OFF-ON GOLD FILLED JEWELRY. 25 PER CENT OFF-ON STERLING SILVER. 25 PER CENT OFF ON CLOCKS. 25 PER CENT OFF SILVER. -ON 1 409 BROADWAY, COUNCIL BLUFFS, IA. dent, M. A. Hudson, that Omaha has the best show at present. The delegates had the satisfaction of landing several office for local men. G. E. Wlnslade of Omaha was elected as one of the four vice presi dents of the national union; Gordon Roth of Omaha, state secretary for Nebraska; Rev. F. B. Fellman of Omaha, sixth dis trict secretary, and Henry Peterson of Council Bluffs, state secretary for Iowa. The Wise-man received a telegram to come home at once on account of sickness us he did not have enough money he telephoned the Iowa Loan company, corner Pearl and Broadway and was able to catch the first train home. If It Is money you v. ant see them. Report on City Finances. City Auditor McAneney completed yes terday the financial report of the city for the fiscal year ending April 1. 1903, which the law requires him to make for the department of finance and municipal accounts of the office of the state auditor. This report, which Is a voluminous affair, gives some Interesting figures of the mun icipal receipts and expenditure. It shows that the levy of 39 mills for city purposes brought In a revenue of $14,622.49. The levies for park and library purposes brought In $19,799.62. There was received as "royalty" from the Cltlsens' Gas and Electric company $3,639.68. The amount received from mulct 1 taxes and rsloon licenses was $34,896.66, while the re ceipts from police court fines and for feitures aggregated tti.07J.04. The Omaha A Council Bluffs Street Railway company- donated towards the cost of the paving of Lower Broadway, $1,600; the Commercial club, $1.3X.00, and the Street Fair and Carnival company, $4,000, a total of $6,926.00. Some of the principal Items of expendi ture are classed as follows: General Government -.. 21.642 T7 Protection of Life and Property 66,811 78 Health and Sanitation 8,630.93 Highways 221,240.77 Libraries, Maintenance and Sup piles 6,41964 Judgment and Damages Recreation, all expenses of City Parks General City Bonds Paid and can celled Interest Paid on Bonds, etc 968.32 11,884.22 13.000.00 13,103.06 We carry the best and largest line of refrigerators In the city. The Alaska refrigerator Is a food preserver and an Ice sever. Pays for Itself In a short time. Do not buy a refrigerator until you see the Alaska. Petersen St Schoentng Co. Our prices on low shoes are the lowest in the city, save money by coming hers. Duncan Shoe Co., 23 Main street. Bishop Will ton Arm Class. Right Rev. Theodore N. Morrison, Episco pal bishop of Iowa, will visit St. Paul's church at 10:30 o'clock thla morning for the purpose of confirming a class. Wot SARGENT Msnysnog STOBgl csvmcM. 1 atu.J We are open for Bids en Cement Sidewalks We manufacture ths best cement block on the market, ths continual air-space cement block. The walls Inside never get wet or damp Put up In cement will last a Ufa time. IKITri CXMSBTT BI.OOK 00 Offloe, moom , First Satlonal Baak BnUOtng. rnoas lad. 140. Vlaat art treat aad rirst Arenas. Lf lert's Egf Lenses f-- r -" '"-11,1 I . m is in ii Hi s. am um ivjf xhsshta. LEFFEHTS C"T aisssnsnipnuiMnj , " susres, M SOLID GOLD AND GOLD TRIPLE PLATED TABLE this service the following special program of music will be rendered: Organ Prelude Salome Processional Hymn The Church a line Foundation Wesley Venlte R.tndcll Te Deum Tours Benedlctus Heathcote Confirmation Hymn Draw, Holy Ghost, Thy Seven-fold Veil Oliver Anthem Hymn I Heard the Voice. ..Dykes Recessional Hymn The Son of God ... Cutlfr Organ Postlude WelganJ Rev. Homer Worthlngton Starr, rector of Christ church. Wlnnetka, 111., former rector of St. Paul's, will preach the sermon to the graduating class of St. Paul's Sunday school next Sunday morning, July 4. The formal graduation of the class will take place at the same service. Diploma Framing. Bring In that diploma for framing, ander's Art store, 333 Broadway. Alex- W'eddlna Kings, Pure golo, seamless, all sixes, thus no delay or altering, $3 to $12. Engraving free. Leffert. N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. 250. Night. F-1702. PAT WEKK IN BI.IFF8 SOCIETY Mr. Claude Hardesly and Miss Rachel Wesley Were Married Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ixiugee are sojourn ing at Spirit Lake. i Miss Beulah Plunkett Is visiting friends In Clearwater, Neb. Rev. F. A. Case, pastor of the First Baptist church, and Mrs. Case left Mon day for Portland, Ore., and other Pacific KomWORCESIER L fADJUSTCH 33H PER CENT OFF-ON HAND PAINTED CHINA. 25 PER CENT OFF ON QUADRUPLE PLATE TABLE WARE. 25 PER CENT OFF TOILETWARE. -ON 33V3 PER CENT OFF TOILET WARE. ON 50 PER CENT OFF ON ELECTRIC LAMPS, BRASS PORCH JARDINIERES AND FERN DISHES, BRASS AND DEN GOODS, STATIONERY AND POTTERY. EMT coast points. They expect to be gone a month. Miss Beinlce Gllmore left Thursday to visit relatives at Whiting. Ind. Miss Klla Brewer left Tuesday for Du luth where she will spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tlbblts are home from a sojourn at Excelsior Springs, Mo. Mrs. A. F. Hollls left Friday for an ex tended visit at her old home In Elkhorn. Wis. Mis. E. J. McKlnley returned Thursday from a visit with relatives at Nebraska City. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Conner and son have gone to Cave Springs, Ua., to visit rela tives. Mrs. J. E. Totter of Avenue B has re turned from a visit with relatives at To peka, Kan. Miss Elolse Harper of Wallsce, Neb.. Is the guest of Miss Dorothy Felt, 1133 East Pierce street. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. H. Haworth leave to day for a sojourn at Point Pleasant, Madi son lake, Minn. Mrs. J. W. Sliepler left Wednesday for San Bernardino, Cal.. to spend the sum mer with her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Askwlth left yes terday for a trip to Los Angeles, Cal., and other Pacific coast points. Mrs. Eupene Stupfel and daughter. Miss Maude, have gone for a six weeks' trip to Pacific coast points. Mrs. Charles Lunkley and granddaugh ter. Miss Gertrude May Scheldle, left Mon day for a trip to Colorado points. Mrs. St. John entertained the members of the Phllo club and thulr husbands at dinner at Lake Manawa yesterday. Miss Lula Spetman will entertain at a kenslngton Monday afternoon at her home In honor of Miss Elizabeth Macrae. Mr. John Gilbert Is home from a three months' tour from the Gulf of Mexico to Corsets THE ADJUSTO Is the corset wonder of the age. Every day more and more and MORE women are getting to know the ADJUSTO, to wear the ADJUSTO, to demand the ADJUSTO. After It Is fitted and laced, simply tighten the bands (without removing the corset) and you at once realize a delightful sense of perfect abdominal support SUPPORT, NOT INJU RIOUS PRESSURE. And the ADJUSTO BANDS may be drawn up a little each time, so that the excess flesh will gradually assume perfect proportions. Batiste or coutil, sizes 20 to 30. SOLD BY LEADING DEALERS. Royal Worcester corset Co. 186 MARKET STREET CHICAGO. ILL. MAKIS4 ALSO Of - BON TON CORSETS Royal Worcester Corsets i to j Send for the Royal Blue Book STERLING SILVER PLATED SILVER JJ British Columbia and return via Den ver. Dr. and Mrs. Claude Dodge of Basin, Wyo., were guests last week of Mr. anil Mrs. M. A. Metr.ger, 440 Glen avenue. Mrs. W. W. Wallace and daughter. Miss Helen, of Bluff street, are home from a visit with relatives and friends In Denver, Colo. The Girls of the Blue and the Gray will be entertained Monday afternoon at the home of Miss Luclle McAtee, till First avenue. Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Flloklnger and dauKh ter left Monday fur California and will visit tlie Alaska-Yukon exposition before returning. Mis. Stephen Phelps and daughter of Bollevue, Neb., are visiting their daughter and sister, Mrs. W. E. McConnell of Tur ley avenue. Mrs. C. A. Atkins left Thursday for Den ver where she will be Joined Julv 1 bv Mr. Atkins and the Misses Elizabeth and Haze! Hammer. Mrs. W. 8. Rlgdon. 303 Glen avenue, left Wednesday for an extended trip to Port land, Seattle. Los Angeles and other Pa cific const points. Dr. and Mrs. Roberts and daughter of Cripple Creek, Colo., were guests of Mis. Frank Wesley of Scott Mreet last week while en route to Chllllcothe, Mo. George Phelps, who has been studying voles culture In Chicago, Is home to spend the summer with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Phelps of First avenue. Mrs. Sophia Mahme and daughter, Miss Tattle, have gone to New York, from whero they will sail for Hamburg. Germanv, where they will spend the summer with relatives. Mrs. C. L. Caughey, 246 Harmony street. Is home from Oklahoma where Khe visited relatives and expected to remain the sum- (Contlnued on Seventh Page.) I Reduce the Hips and Flatten the Abdomen ADJUSTO BANOS AS II TIOHTSNtO II ItoI2 I 'St'UDOXIN StOOCSO Yl asria aojusto Sams II ASS TlttMTSNSD II ) t