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TTIE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1910.
Council Bluffs Minor Mention mmmm' mam mmhhmh Tie CoancU Bluffs of floe of the Ontbt Bse U at 18 Boott Btr.l Both 'phonM 43. iJaviK. drugs. Tho Clark barhr shop for baths. C'orrlKurn, undertaker. 'Phones lig. lilah-clasa tailoring. Martin Petersen. FAffciT HKKU AT KOGER8' BL'FFET. Woodrlnjr Undertaking company. Tel. 3. Ixwis cutler, funeral director. 'Phone 37. HalrU & Uoland, undertakers, 'phone 12B. . c8tc?da"rn f Falrflel 'n the Bluff. Bj'uffVlJl'tou" f LeM8r " CoUnC" .'!c2rj!5f"".df.!ocurau te8t' of tha eyM vlimnrJV,8- of Seventh avenue la Vlxltlnfr friend In lied Oak. Chiiilos Finley and Itiihsle Olbscn of lied U.ik uru gucKtn at the Urand. T.f'''.rd K.e"y ot nut. S. V.. la a Council i-iuiis visitor, etupping at the Urand. U Gilkerson. C, . Outhrle and I nana of Jjes Moines arc at the Urand. Wanted A competent girl for general housework, ilia, u u, Hypes, 4W oak land Ave. The paik commlsnlontrs will install a concrete, sanitary, fountain- near the. l alr inont park entiance. Master Meclmnlo J. W. Johnson of the Orent Went, of Clarion, a Council Ulutrs vlitor Wednesday. JudKe Walter I. Smith MX. Wednesday cvcnnm at 6 o'clock for Washington to ronume hl congrvHMlonal duties. Ivanhoe Connnamlery No. 17, Knights Tmiplur, will meet Thursday evening for work In the Order of the Temple. F. E. Kaufman, secretary of the Young Mtn's Christian association, has returned I lroni a ton days' visit to Pacific coast points. JuMtlco of the Peace J. K. Cooper left Wednesday evening for Les Moines to at tend the Orand Army of the itepublic en campment. OFKKHL'D FOR BALE WILL, HELP YOU TO 8KLL MANY AKT1CLE9 AROUND TUB HOUSE THAT YOU DON'T WANT. The body of Miss Bridget Kearns will be returned to Creston for burial. She died Tuesday at t. Bernard's hospital of cer ebral hemorrhage Pianos in all the latest fancy veneers of the very best makes procurable at A. Hospe Co., Co. Bluff, la. 2H &. Main Bt., 29 Pearl Bt. Kasy payments. Mrs. R. E. Montgomery accompanied her father, General Urenville M. Dodge, to the Iowa Orand Army Department encamp ment at Dea Moines Wednesday. v move youk real estate. put ' .your ad in the real estate kec m hon of the bee. the bee goes to t peoplh that have the money. Fred Brockman died at his home near Fnderwood Tuesday of blood poisoning. Ho was M years of age and a native of Germany. The funeral was held Wednes day morning. (Solomon McKnlght died at 11:30 Wednes day morning of cancer of the stomach, at his home near this olty. He Is survived by a wlfo and fourteen children, seven girls and seven boys. DIPLOMAS AND CLASS P1CTURE8 They should bd framed at once, before they become damaged. Alexander's Art Store, &1 Broadway, gives special attention to their proper framing. Albert Zatier, aged 59 years, died Wednes day afternoon at the Udmundson hospi tal. He Is survived by his wife and two daughters. The body was shipped to Au dubon, la., fur Interment. The funeral of the late Mrs. L. M. Sher raden was held from the family residence, 915 Third avenue, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The services were In charge of Rev. O. O. Smith. Interment at Falrvlew cemetery. One of the prettiest sights to be obtained In Council Bluffs Is the peony garden of the Crescent nursery on Avenue A near Tlrrtysecfnd "street'." ' The garden" com prises several acres In extent and Is now in full wealth of bloom of every variety and color. A gang of thirty or more street railway men Is engaged lowering the Avenue A tracks between Twenty-fourth and Twenty sixth streets to the recently established street grade In that section. The city will be put to considerable expense in grading upproiiches where Avenue A is lower than the ungraded cross streets. Esther Hudspoth, a thirteen-year-old girl, was taken Into custody by the police 'i'ui'fouy niKht as she alighted from a Wabash train from Blanchard. The arrest of the girl wns through a telegram from WlllUtm Hockabout, her stepfather. The girl told the polloe that her reason for running away was on account of harsh treatment from her stepfather. Tha girl gave the police- the name and address of u aunt, a Mrs. Maud Hudspeth, 1m Vine iU-it, Council Bluffs, and she was turned ovt-T to the care of her aunt. The mother of the child arrived In Council Bluffs Wednesday afternoon, and upon persuasion by Hev. Mr. DeLong the girl was Induced to return home with her. Hockabout, the stepfather, denied to Chief of Police Froom that he had ever mistreated the child, but said that her trouble was way wardness and that site would not brook correction. New and choice productions in hand palnted china Juat received from Plckard studios. Nrt to be sold at "one-half price," but at the very lowest price possible to sell goods bought direct from the Plckard stu dios. Every piece a gem and bears the Plckard trade-mark. No odds and ends of different lines displayed here. Every artlrle new and up-to-date. Emit H. Leffert, 503 oad way. MarrlHkve Licenses. licenses to wed were Issued to tha fol lowing persons yesterday: J, W.-White, Spokane SS 4f Ounces M. Mallei y, Council Bluffs US V , A. V. de Golcourla, New York 67 Nellie Rlstino, Lliiuoln, Neb 24 Louts E. Orcutt. Council Bluffs I Mary U. Haxclton, Council Bluffs 2a Harry C. Hathaway, Council Bluffs '.... 2o Huxel Q. Baild, Council Bluffs U Otto Mass, tiilver City J Kdilh Ltcinark, GU'iiuood ti D. T. Myers. Grlnnell 2s Cpra L. Muli-head, Toledo la Z& Albert Brink, Morris, la 32 Ditia. Vogelaar, JloniH, la Iti Elghteen-kaiat wedding rings at Gerner's. All sUes. No delay fur altering. Imported and domestic wines, brandies onj cordials. Old Taylor, Guckenhelmer and Old McBiayer whiskies bottled In bond. Koseiifcld Lliiuc-r Co Phones SX'S. Three Mure Marriages to Heeord, Rev. Henry De Long, acting' overseer of the poor and the "marrying parson" added three more marriages to his string Wednes day afternoon. The parties were D. T. Myers of Grlnnell and Cora L. Mulrhead of Toli-do, la.; Otto Masa of silver City, la., and Edith L'temark of Glen wood and Albert Brink and Dlna Vogelaar both of Morris, la. Farmers Koike Wanted to buy veal calves . Zoller Mercantile company, 100-HJi'-lW-hXi Broadway, Phones 320. N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tol. ; Night, L-17&2. v ' -pel (rum Appraisement. r. fie aut of Ounsn Plumer. against tha L Si O. Phort Line., an appeal from the deolaiun of the 'Board of Appraisers In condemnation proceedings is on trial In the Pottawattamie dstrkt court Cwunrll Lodge, Loyal Order Moeae. Mouse emblem headquarters we have the official emblem, buttons, charms and pins, they are r.ut expensive. Iffert'a, Lerfort'.s lewelry is always. good, no mat ter "ha, l the coil So is Leffert's repair wjiK. . - . tt Vt't xu Ar Business BooaUra. : . . .. ... i Council Bluffs SMITH'S LtAD IN CODNIY With Eetumg Almost Complete Hai Majority of Over Thousand. BAKER FOR COUNTY SUPERVISOR Local Republican Candidate Wins Place on Ticket Scott Leads for Attorney Woodrlns for Coroner. Up to midnight Wednesday night com plete returns on the congressional primaries had not been received from seven precincts outside of Council Bluffs and on ward. precinct in the city. The belated precincts art Center, Kane, La ton, Lincoln, Mlnden, Silver Creek, Val ley, Washington and Waveland, and the third precinct of the Sixth ward. Council Bluffs. Tha latest totals of Pottawattamie county are given in the following table, which shows a lead of 1,073 for Judge Smith. The vote of tha county in detail, excepting for the missing precincts is as follows; For congress; ,, Byers. Smith. Belknap u5 l(i Carson ui Mi Center , ... Crescent 7 ig Boomer a Earner jj 31, V,rov 13 W Hardin 13 43 Hazel Dell 10 m James 4tt & Kane outside ... ... Keg Creek g 7 Knox no eg Lay ton ,,, Low Is 23 49 Lincoln ... Macedonia 26 33 Minden eol 37 ' N,rlll 69 33 Pleasant 7 is Rockford u 7 Silver Creek Treynor j 59 Valley . ... " Washington Waveland Wright 28 4 rk 15 U Council Bluffs; First Ward First precinct $6 110 Second 1 precinct 133 123 Second Ward First precinct 65 IfiO Second precinct 68 172 Third Ward First precinct...: 93 1G5 Second precinct.. 65 82 Fourth Ward First precinct 35 214 Second precinct 63 88 Fifth Ward First precinct 7 246 Second precinct 30 68 Third precinct 26 57 Sixth Ward- First precinct 91 jss Second precinct 35 30 intra precinct Totals 1.6U 2684 Smith's majority 1,073 Baker Probablr Elected. Late returns from the county Indicate that W. F. Baker of Council Bluffs Is safely elected to the Board of Supervisors. mr. nantr is at present a member of tha board and the only representative on that body from Council Bluffs. W. C. Children also secured nomination to this board. ' The flfrht seems to have centered down to the county attoney anrd coroner. The candidates for attorney were D. L. Ross and a. H. Scott. The earlier returns Indi cated that Scott would win out by a small plurality. ftenry Cutler has a, fairly strong; lead for coroner, with Woodrihs; second. Shuttleworth and Adams are probably nominated for members of the legislature. There were more than eighty names on the republican ballot and over sixty on the democratic ballot, which made the count mcestarlly slow. There was practically no opposition to the remainder of the republican candidates ar.d they were nominated hands down. 1 Chl-Namel. the great floor finish, will lot mar or scratch; makes old floors Jubi like new. We have all colors in stock. P. C. DeVol Hardware Co., 504 Broadway. kMANY MESSAGES FOR SMITH Prosrresslve Receives Congratulations in Lara; Number, Judge Walter I. Smith s the recipient of many telegrams of congratulation from his congressional colleagues In all parts of the country, a few of which are herewith given: WASHINGTON. D. C. June 8Heatty congratulations. Glad to see that you have captured your enemies. Julius Kahn (mem ber of congress from California.) WASHINGTON, D. C. June S.-Every good republican here Is delighted over your splendid victory. Accept most cordial con gratulations. Justice has won. John W Dwlght (member of congress from New York and republican whip.) ATHENS, O., June 8. You will nmke them put our their lights for two years mete. Bully for you. J. P. Wood (chief Justice Spanish treaty claims commission.) WASHINGTON. D. C, June 8.-Result Is fine; it's survival of fittest; It's peaches nd cream. Hearty 001 gratulatlons to you, the state, and the nation, on your success. Charles F. Kone's congratulations. W. O. Barnard (member of ccr.gress from In diana.) WASHINGTON. D. C, June S.-Hartlest congratulations. Herbert Parsons (member of congress from New York.) WASHINGTON. D. C, June S.-Hearty congratulations from your many friends and every republican appreciates thu vic tory. When will you return? H. C. Lou-dei-Blager (member of congress from New Jersey.) CHICAGO, June S. Hearty congratula te a, Kansas was intensely Interested in seeing that Iowa returned a member so able and valuable to the entire country. D. R. Anthony, Jr. (memoer of congress from Kansas.) DE8 MOINES, June 8. Congratulations. Hip you will be equally successful In No vember. J. A. T. Hull. SAGINAW. Mich., June S.-Press reports indicate country still safe. Heartiest con gratulations. (od bless you. J. W. Ford uey (member of congress from Michigan.) WASHINGTON, D. C. June 8.-Heartlest congratulations. It pays to be honest and sincere in politics after all. Francis Burton Harrison (democratic member ot congress from New York.) WASHINGTON. D. C. June 8.-1 con gratulate you and your people. We are all rejoicing W. A. Calderhead (member of congress from Kansas.) WASHINGTON. D. C. June con gratulate the people of your district on their magnificent indorsement of their brave and manly representative. Every body is reJolclng.-W. A. Rodenberg (mem ber of congress from Illinois.) WASHINGTON, D. C. June 8.-Accept heartiest congratulations. E. U Hamilton (member of congress from Michigan.) WASHINGTON, D. C. June S.Accert sincere congratulations. We are verv happy and will welcome you back with open arms and great enthusiasm. G. J. Dlekema (member of congress from Michigan.) WASHINGTON. D. O., Jjne 8Accept mv heartiest congratulations upon your jreat and well deserved vlctorv James MeKlnney (member of oongrcss from Illi nois.) DES MOINES. June 8-r. F. Everest Congratulations to Walter I. Smith. He Is only beginning to receive his reward for standing by the president and his party. We are greatly Indebted to you for your splendid work.-Q. M. Dodge. , Bnrclnrs Get Boss-. The residence of C. p. Ratekln. Thirty seventh street and Avenue A was broken Into by sneak thieves Tuesday night dur ing the absence of the family in Omaha and Jewelry to the value of :69 stolen. Tha burglary was not discovered until U Council Bluffs return of the family from Omaha. The thieves broke Into the house through a front window. We certainly believe that for good, honest work, better service and lowest prices on wall papers we lead all others. A better selection could not be found anywhere. C. Jensen, Msaonio Temple. Marrlaare Dlsrapts Family. FORT DODGE, la., June . (Special Tele gram.) Thomas Morris, aged M years, a widower, was married last night In this city to Mrs. Cassle Good, a 23-year-old widow, with a child 18 months old. She had been Morris' housekeeper for four weeks, coming here a stranger from Chi cago. Six children of Morris, one 13 years old, and a daughter still at home, will begin action immediately to get 225 acres of the homestead near Humboldt which was In their mother's name. She left no will. Iowa Kens .Notes. HAMPTON The annual picnlo of the Boone Valley Picnic association of the Modern Woodmen Is to be held here on June 16. Several hundred Woodmen and their families are expected. TABOR The funeral of Mrs. Charles Dalton was held here Monday at the home on East street. Rev. John Clark officiated, and the body was taken to Malvern for bur ial. The deceased waa 34 years old and Is survived by her husband. IOWA CITY Arthur Shay, aged 14 years, shot himself accidentally with a 22-callber rifle while playing with It at his home, rs South Madison street Wednesday afternoon. The bullet burled Itselft In his left shoulder from the breast side. Tetanus may de velop. MASON CITY-W. A. Brandenburg, who for the last seven years has been at the head of the Mason City schools, will leave this week for Oklahoma City where he has accepted the position of superintendent of schools. A substantial Increase of salary prompted his removal. TABOR At a meetlnpr of the city council, held lust night, it was decided to hold a special election to decide whether or not to Issue, not to eceed $5,000 In municipal bonds, the proceeds from which shall be applied to extending and enlarging the water system of this city. BOONE Two box cars on the sidetrack at Molngona, used for a freight house and depot, together with a loaded North West ern car, burned Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock. This Is the third fire within a few months. Citizens of the town have been asking for a new depot. Kate Shelly Is agent there. ELDORA Eloping to Cedar Rapids on April 4, Mr. A. J. Sacles, a prominent young lawyer of Ackley, and Miss Alys Susmilch of this place, were married, returned to their respective homes. Today they made their marriage public. The reason given for the elopment was that they had so many friends they could not Invite them all. IOWA CITY Roscoe Hatton narrowly escaped drowning In the Iowa river Mon day, when a canoe, paddled by him and Harold Hands, was overturned near the Iowa City public park. Hands, who Is an exceptionally good swimmer, succeeded In catching hold of Hatton and with a great effort dragged him ashore almost ex hausted. VINTON-Senator William P. Whipple died at his home hefe today of a compli cation of diseases, following a long sick ness. Senator Whipple was one of the best known legislators In the state, he having been a members of the state senate since 1901. He was the author of the bill bearing his name, which placed the various station educational institutions under one board of control. 1 FORT DODGE Because they copied book criticisms from magazines and papers, thirty high school students are working overtime now to supply original ones be fore thev are awarded thlr year's credits. The fact they had copied developed ac cidentally Just as school closed, when the Instructor, who reviewed the criticisms happened onto "familiar thought snd ex pression" by well known book reviewers In magazines. DOXEY MEETS HIS WIFE AND TROUBLE FLIES FAR Domestle Relatione Appear Far from Strained on Surface at Colnmbns. COLUMBUS, Neb., June 9. (Special.) If the domestic relations between Dr. Lot en S. Doxey and his wife are strained there Is r.o surface Indication of It. Dr. Doxey arrived in Columbus today, having followed Mrs. Doxey from St Louis, where she was acquitted last week of a charge of murder ing William J. Eider. Doxey Immediately went to the hotel where his wife was stay ing and the meeting of the two indicated anything but domestic differences. They are now at the hotel and have apparently smoothed over any trouble that may have existed. Dr. Doxey stated this afternoon that he will remain In Columbus long enough to straighten out his business affairs and that he will then take bis wife to St. Louis, where they expect to make their home In the future. RAILROADS MAKE APPEAL Committee Gives Oat Statement Ask. In Pntlence of the Public. In Rate Lesrlalatloa. NDW YORK, June . The general, ex ecutive of the Railway Business associa tion which, within its membership, repre sents. $400,000,000 of invested capital, which speaks for a group of Industries giving employment to 1.500,000 working men and upon which 6,000.000 people depend for sup port, met here today and gave out a state ment addressed to congress, to the rail ways, to the shippers, and to the public. Congress Is asked to enact the provision recommended by President Taft covering the power of the Interstate Commerce commission; the railways' are asked to facilitate the work of the commission by having their schedules properly arranged; the shippers aie asked to look upon the railways in an' Impartial mannei in the same way as other business concerns are regarded and the public is asked to frankly concede to the railroads the neces sity for adequate revenue and await with patience and good nature the findings of the commission as to the reasonableness of the proposed rates. PATRICK TO DRAW UP BILL Sarnr C'onnty Maa Chosen by Option Ista to Frame New Meaanre. (From a 8taff Correspondent.) LINCOLN. June 9. (Special Telegram.) The headquarters committee of the Antl Saloon league met here today and selected W. R. Patrick of Sarpy county to draft a county option bill. After this bill Is drawn It will be submitted to a committee com posed ot J. J. Sullivan of Omaha, Judge Good of Lincoln and E. L. King of Os ceola. Tills committee is supposed to be disin terested and will be asked to simply pass on the constitutionality of the bill, which will then be put up to the candidates to see If they will support it. There seems to be some doubt whether Judge Good will consent to pass on the bill because of the position he holds on the bench. Desperate Shooting; pains In the chest require quick treatment with Dr. King's New Discovery. Prevents pneumonia. 60c and $1.00. For salo by Beaton Drug Co. American Crnlaers at Slakwan, WASHINGTON. June .-The cruloers Helena and New Orleans have arrived at Slakwan, on the Yanglse Klanc, to lonk over the Interests of American missionaries In that quarter in the event that theie should be any hostile demonstrations b. yond the control of the local author Hies. HARD STORM HITS MISSOURI Lightning and Wind Take Life and Destroy Property. PRISON BUILDINGS UNROOFED Penlteatlnrr "offers Heavy Damage' and for Time Fear Ealsted that Convicts Wonld Break for Liberty. kineANMAS CITT' M- Jun -L'htnlng killed Mrs. Charlotte Hicks, and property estimated to be worth $100,000 was de stroyed during a severe storm here yester felf Thre Ln'1 one-fourth inches of rain Turkey creek. small stream In "the southwestern part of the city which nor mally Is less than a foot deep, became a raging torrent In a' few, minutes and at Places was ten feet deep. Fifteen families who lived along Its banks were forced to vacate their residences. , The water also rose into business houses. Eleven girls were marooned on tha second floor of an office building. They were rescued with the 'aid of a launch. Firemen were called to many parts of the city to rescue families and furniture The rainfall was general throughout Kan sas but not so severe as It was here Richard Constable, living two miles south west of Topeka, was killed by lightning while working in a field. Storm Strikes Prison. JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., June .-The roofs of three buildings at the state pen! tentlary were blown off by a heavy wind accompanying a severe storm which struck Jeffenson City at 7 o'clock last night. One building, "E" hall, in which GOO con victs are confined, was left without a particle of protection from the downpour which followed, except the tops of the modern steel cells. Two prisoners were Injured slightly by the falling roof tim bers. The main dining hall and the clothing factory were the other two structures damaged. Fifty men, comprising the day guard force and office employes, are work ing tonight clearing away the wreckage. The losa is estimated at about $60,000. For a time it was feared there would be a general attempt on the part of convicts to escape, because the lighting plant was crippled and the penitentiary was in dark ness. This was speedily remedied, how ever, and Warden Andra announced that the convicts had quieted down. Railroad Traffic Delayed. ST. JOSEPH, Mo., June 9.-Heavy rains which fell today caused much delay to rail road traffic. Trains between St. Joseph and Kansas City were held up about eight hours on account of high water near Mur rays. , Trains did not run between Fair field, Neb., and Hanover, Kan., on the Grand Island tonight on account of tracks being under water. More than an inch of rain fell In about two hours here today. Dysentery is a dangerous disease, but can be cured. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlarrohea Remedy has been successfully used In nine epidemics of dysentery. It has 1. ever been known to fall. It Is equally valuable for children and adults, and when reduced with water and sweetened, it is pleasant to take. Sold by all dealers. 1 1 Mount McKinley Explorers Back Three Men Reach Fairbanks, Alaska, with Story of Ascent Requiring Months' Time. , FAIRBANKS, Alaska, " June 9-Pete An derson, W. R. Taylor and Charles McGon nlgle, who were with Tom Lloyd when he reached the summit of Mount McKinley April 3, arrived at Fairbanks today. They said they climbed the mountain a second time, reaching the summit May 17. They corroborated tha story of the first ascent. These men did not return to Fairbanks with Lloyd in April, but remained at Ka tlshna, in the foothills of the mountain. At the request of Lloyd they retraced their steps up the mountain side to take more photographs to be used as proofs to be submitted to the committee of the Order of Pioneers of Alaska, appointed to investi gate Lloyd's story. It took the men a month to reach the summit of the trails laid by the party on the first ascent. - Upon reaching the sum mit, May 17, they found the flag left there six weeks before, intact, and the flagstaff firmly planted in the rocks that had been piled around It. The climbers left nrn. visions in camps along the trail for use of any party that wishes to verify their story rjy roiiowing their route. SAVED FROM AW OPERATION ByLydiaE.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I)e Forest. "Wis. " A f t A r an nnern- tion four years ago 1 naa pains down ward in' both Bides, hackacho nnrl a weakness. The doc tor wanted me to have another opera tion. 1 took T.T.lin I'inkham'a Vegeta ble Compound and I am entirely cured nf m v frniililA. ' Mrs. ArarsTE Vesfermann, I For- esv, isconsin. Another Operation Avoided. Kew Orleans, La. "For years I suf fered from severe female troubles. Finally I was confined to my bed and the doctor said an operation was neces sary. I gave Lydia E. 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