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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1913.
r Oounoil Bluffs METCALF BANQUET GUEST Commercial Club Head Gives Result of Hit Tour Abroad. UXES GERMAN CITY WAYS "Where relltlcs Arr Eliminated In fiorerntna- Municipalities, There Best Reaalts Hre Been Se cured, 1 111 Idea. More than IS business and profeesional men tendered Thomas D- Met calf a ban quet last nlirht In the ball room of the Urand hotel and g-ave him an opportunity to reciprocate by giving a recital of hla ixperlence and observations when mak ing; a tour of Europe as tho representa tive of Council Bluff with the delegates from the American Chic association. Mr Met calf had already elTtn In an Infernal way a review of his work as a sightseer abroad when he talked to the members of the lie tall Merchants' asso ciation and had presented It In a much more connected and comprehensive man ner In his letters from the other side, but last nUtht he broucht it all sUU more closely by his runnlnjr narrative and vis ualized It by showing" several hundred etereoftloon views that ho had collected or made from photograph a The formal part of his report was type written arid was & comprehensive review nt the scetrese of city building: and mu nicipal perfection attained In the old wsr4 It was a presentation of the bct that Bare has to offer. Particular at section was given by Mr. Metcalf to forma eC msfttstpal foremmtnt, and it was In Otsmtmy where ha found the best, much wMeh he felt was applicable to Amer ican crttes and come of It particularly to Oeestell BineYs. BltmlnatlBK Felltie. The lessen of It all was tho neces sary far the elimination of politics and Mrty patrons In municipal affairs. Die described the several forms ot eemmlselon form et government that ,4 Vrestht the best results to many ef the most prosperous German cities, and announced himself as a most ardent advocate of the com mission plan for Council Bluffs. lie satd he would bo aHeffea with the present Iowa plan if no) better cohM be secured, but that If to the Iowa plan eeald be added some of the raetliri and common sense ideas of the German form he felt certain Council 3lhrf ee-uM become one of the most beautiful, as well as one of the most pi eneeeewa eiefes in the country. In the s-l Mures that followed, tbtn was eem41fted by views of the permanent, character of all public works, Council Bluffs Minor Mention Council Bluffs Office of The Bee Is at li KOXTX Mais St. Telephone 43. Gas Company Pays Annual Royalty A. U Sfurtlsh, tnenaer of the CIU Sins' Gas and KSectrlQ Light company, yeatarday ent t the city butldJnK a cheek for K.IM.M, the royalty paid to the cety 'mioci the terms ot the eom peaty'a eentraet'for the year eniRg Oc tober li. the date of the oentraet. The nta-eJtyMbated imcenta mt i,m feet of gas Mid to eoinSama nneVS per aent e( the y'e is tnsonte from eteetrte eur lent. The rMy has Inereated from the be sinning: of the ftrst eontraet made on Ootoner 'm, whs it was H.W.. Man aer Snettsn Jttt4 at that time hie belief that the annual royalty would reach , Before the end of the five year contract, and aW that It wewM show prenortlenately larrer Increases each eor AH of this money has' gene into the fund from which the city's street light r'ft bills are paid monthly. m r FnaoMi Is never vrHten pf those who eurs vmh gent eotde with Dr. King's New Meseverr- Guaranteed. Wc and W.W. Tor sale by V" dnigaiAdvertieement. Davis, drug's. Vletrole, 111 A. llospo Co. Corrlgans, undertakers. Phone 14. Woodrlns; V ndwtaklng Co. Tel. 330. Blank book work. Morehouse & Co, OAIIDNIJH Pltlisa, printing. Phone S3. FAUST VKCn. AT nOOBRS' BUFFET. Lewis Cutler, funeral director. Phone 97. Girt wanted for general housework, zns Oakland avenue. Council Bluffs, I ft. l'or rtent Small cotteve, WT 0. First street. Water, gas and electric lights. I Green, 120 West Broadway. Bradley Electric Co., wiring and fix tures. Phone 393. The highest grade optical work In the city Is done at Leffert's. C. J5. IATJBTrtUP PIANO CO. New lo cation. 340 Middle Broadway. See Borwlck for wall paper and paint ing. 209 and 211 8. Main street. Sdentlflo watch repair work, the kind that Is appreciated, at Lefferf s. TO SAVE OR TO JlOnitOW, SEE C. B. Mutual Bide-, and Loan Ass'n., 123 Pearl. HlTDWEISnrt on draught The a rand. Budwelsor In bottles at all flrst-claso bars. A baby girl was born yesterday morn ing at 4;30 o'clock to Dr. and Mra Sidney Bmlth, at 4: o'clock. For nent-fimnll.cotUe, 607 B. First street Water, gas and electric lights. U Green, 120 Wet Broadway. If you want a guarantee that protects you on your piano, purchase It of A. Hospe Co., 407 West Broadway, Council Bluffs, la. Hove your overcoat cleaned; new velvet collar eaves you buying a new one. Cook's Cleaning Works, m West Broad way. Phone ITS. Mrs. Iloes, a slater of Mrs. Mullls, from Kanaa City, will alnr a duet with Mrs. Mullls in addition to the regular program for the Catliollo bazar. Ronald Eugene McCullv, aged 3 years 11 months, little son of Mr. and Mrs. 3, H. McCulIy, 3416 Avenue P, died at 4 o'clock Monday morning from croup after two days' lllneea. The body will be taktn to Salisbury. Mn for burial. The family have lived In Council B-luffs only two months. Benldes the parents, four sisters and one brother survive. Word has been received here that Will iam Klmbel. one of the real pioneers ot tho city, died at Oshkosh, Nej., last Wednesday. He was 37 years old and death was due to hla ace. Mr. Klmbel came to Council Bluffs in 1K1. later r;o- ins west, upon nis return in isn ne maas his home In Council Bluffs, leavlnr hers a short time ago to make his home with nis son, I. II. Klmbel. on tut rancn. lie leaves four daughters, Mrs. S. C Marr and Mrs. R. A. Ulakealee, both of this city, and Mra V. Suit and Mra. C. II. Dolson of Oshkosh, Neb, Burial took place at Oshkosh, TliV. David w. Itelnhardt. aired S3 years, died at C:20 Monday morning at the family residence, vm Avenuo u, aiicr an Illness of eleven month. The deceased was a retired Iiaptlit minister and came to Council Bluffs three years ago from. Pryor, Qkl. lie was a member ot the Royal Arcanum. The funeral will be hold this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the residence. Friends are requested jiot to send flowers. Besides the wide, three sons survive, 'oiey are a, j. neronirai of Hartferd, Conn.j n. . B. . JMnhardt ot this city and 33. C, Relnhardt ot High point. N. C. C. 3. Lawta who haa been conducting1 a meet luccewtful grooery buelnese far sev eral years at 3337 West Hroanway, has old the stocK and nxiuren ana win leave in a raw dava for the Delta county. Colo rado, fruit districts. He purchased a year asm .sixteen acres or ino uneei irnEavi. fruit lands Ih the Vldnlt of Hotcffklse, one of the beet parts ot the fruit belt, and will hereafter dovotn his time to the development of a fruit farm. He l lo cated one-half mile from Hotchklse, on ibe Denver, i ruo uratiae ranroaa. . r.. Iteald, a buelnese man of Arlen, Is., haa purohased the grocery business and Is preparing to take immediate posseaeten. The cafe hi tho Nicholas thealer has a seed Into the control of I. Muccl, the wholesale lea cream and candy manu facturer, and ha has begun a complete transformation ot tho place. The work of alteration will be continued through out the Vrek. with the expectation ot being complete? In time for a formal opening Saturday. New fixtures are be inc Installed, to conform with the plans of the new management. The place has been officially named the "Lincoln High way of Hwcets." which Indicates the char acter of service to be given Ice cream and high grade candles and, sweets. The plsce has always been very attractive and the additions and changes that are now being made will advance it several Heps higher. Nebraska ADAMS PAYS0LD ACCOUNT Fifth County of Nebraska to Respond to Call of Auditor. FOR CARE OF THE INSANE Omaka Htreet Rnllvrnr' ' Cnmpnny Would Hare Petition of J. A. , IlaOs Made More Specific and Certain. Nebraska l From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Oct SWBpeclaU-Counly Clerk C. it. Hudson of Adams county has sent a draft for 31.939.S9 to pay the amount due for care of Insane In. full Adams Is the fifth county to respond to the call. There Is still In the neigh borhood of 373,000 due from the different counties and they will be reminded by the auditor that the amount Is due until forbearance ceases to be a virtue and then the attorney general will be called upon to take a hand In the game. Kerr Incorporations. The American Hand Bewnd Bhoe com pany ot Omaha riled articles ot Incor poration wltii the secretary ofetato to day. The capital stock Is given as 3IM,C39 and the Incorporators are A. A, McClure, T, W. Austin and E O. Mo-Gllton. The Towle Itealty company of Falls City also files Its articles of incorporation with a capital stock of 3,0. Edwin II. Towle and John W. Towle are the Incor porators. Wants Specific Complaint, The Omaha de Council fluffs street railway company ban filed With the state railway commissioner Its answer In the application of Representative James A. Davis of Omaha asking that the street car company be required to sell six tickets for a quarter. The company asks in its answer that Mr. Davis be required to make bis complaint more specific and certain. Omnhn Man to Wed. William F. Swanback of Omaha secured a marriage lteense In Lincoln yesterday to marry Beryl Virginia Mo&ntee of Hasting. Swanback gave his age as 33 and the young woman as 22. Traction Bends Mny if a-. The railway commission granted per- mtseien to the Lincoln Traction company this afternoon to Issue stocks and bonds In the sum of 380,396 for Improvements and extensions. Notes from Beatrice and Gage County BEATRICE, Neb., Oct. 3L-Speclal.) The case ot the state of Nebraska against Harvey ltoberts of Liberty, charged with carrying concealed weapons, was set for trial in the district court Monday, but the attorneys discovered that the word "concealed" had been omitted from the complaint. The county attorney asked eave to amend the Information, but the attorneys for the defense objected. An other complaint was drawn up and Rob erts was arrested again. He will be given another hearing In county court before the case can 'come Up again In the district court N Two petitions aaktng for divorce were filed In the district court Monday. Bamuel P. Rouse ot Wymore asks for a decree from his wife, Katy A., on the grounds ot unfaithfulness. Daisy Darwin ot this city wants a divorce from her husband, William, charging desertion. A number of farmers of Gage county have asked Farm Demonstrator Ltebers to ko to Wisconsin or some other dairy state and purchase some Holsteln cows. Mr. Llebera says that If a sufficient num ber of the members of the Gago County Improvement association want Holsteln cows, so that one or more carloads can be purchased, and will make the neces sary arrangements as to furnishing funds with which to buy the stock he will close deal tor them. Many farmers In this county are becoming Interested In the matter of securing better" dairy cattle for their herds, and It is thought that before long many farms will bo stocked with the beat dairy cows than can be procured. Klks to Hnlld Clnb lfonse. PLATTBMOUTH, Neb., Oct. 21.-(8p- clal.) The Kike lodge ot this city have n-ade arrangements for the erection ot a new club house or tho members of the order. The new building will be of brick enear, with a covering of stucco, and will contain, besides the lodge rooms, a danee hall, reading: and billiard rooms, committee rooms, and will be one of the handsomest buildings In the city. Tho lodgo here has just received a large number of members and Is one of the fastest growing lodges In the state. Burt County Men rignt uourt Mouse (From a Staff Correetondent.) LINCOLN, Oct 3L-(Stectal.r-George W, Miner et a!, have appealed from a decision ot (he district court of Burt county, where an Injunction was sought to restrain the county board of that county1 from levying a 6-mtll tax for the purpose of erecting a court house. The tax was levied by the board according to a bill passed by the' last legislature, but the opposers ot the levy claim that the board lias, no authority to levy the tax heeauie t will bring the- levy up to lfti mill, whleh ls 1 mttLmera than they- , .... t ... u taui irsmujr icy J i The remonstrators also question the validity of the act of the legislature and want the supreme court fo rule on the matter. Health and Weight Rtord ,ttfc!'-'SBsn wa?l MIS8 K. HOWARD Whoa food could not bo retained tm the ntoffMih, her family physielaa pre aoribtxl Dttffr's Pure Malt Whlekny, d mm Mlwi Kitty Howard thanks tMs wettderfH! remedy beaHse he can eat heartily, and it Has lncrcnoed her weight 5 F6Hm4 In elk; months' time, She earn no herself: "I vh directed fey. my family doeter to take n Ubleipoonful ot Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey before taenia in a little water with sugar added. Before taking your wonderful preparation, I could net eat, and when I did, I could net keep food on my stomach; but thanks to Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey I can bow eat heartily and have Increased ever 3S pounds In weight la. the past six months, irhlch Is the longth of tlmo I have bn taking Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. I now weigh l4s pounds, and I attribute my recovery of health and -weight to Duf fy's Pure Melt Whiskey." Miss Kitty Heward, 299 TUlary St., Brooklyn, N. Y, Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Kill bring a healthy glow to the pallid cheek, give new energy to tho falter g limbs, strengthen and invigorate the weary body and throbbing brain: reanimate the vital organs and creato a new supply ot rich, red blood. It wakes the old feel young and the young strong and vig orous, Prescribed by physicians, used in hospitals, and Vf "cognlied as a family medicine everywhere. Thousand of our patients, both men and women alike, who have Wee restored to health and strength, extol its virtues an on f the world's greatest tonlo snlmulants and body build re. It la sold by most druggists, grooera and dealers at 31.00 a largs bottle. Medical booklet and doctor's advice free, if you writ. Tie Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N, Y, rVavl lAdlee Best. M tot inm sKrervuort or uitrmm9S reisirM esmen skill la tlttin and the moat modern manufactur ing equlpsaen such as m ettared by Tit Wa G. Cleveland Co. sssjUsl and JtoraiM BnagsUs. TBuy your surgical suppuea wpere your pnyaician buys nis.'' IlllilHE Rectal Diseases Cured A asM treatasant, that cures Piles. Fistula and other Rectal disease in a short tjaM, wishes t a wrfical operation. No Chloroform, Ether or other general aaast bask Mad. A cm gwuteed in every case accepted for treatroest, sad bo mosey to he paid until cited. Write far V4c en RacUl Diseases, with teetlmeelata. n TW(nT"enlBVe emWWnWwa 4sJW taphealsi CLAWS0N MURDER TRIAL BEGINS. AT WILBER WILBUR, Neb., Oet, 2L-Bpedal Tel egram.) In the trial of Clarence Claw son 'for the murder of Itoee McICInsey the following were selected to try the accused on a charge ot first degree mur der! James Crone, Kasl, Dowald, Brooks, Krebs, Krensher, Wllforth, Chrystal, I'reeburn, Iatenchlftger, McDonald and Flaming. Tlie murder of which Clawson ! charged was committed August 2. tho last day of the carnival, which had been In progress then three days, and took place In an alley adjoining a dance hall about midnight. It Is claimed by the defense that McKtneey, who was killed, sturck May Kraft, of very questionable char acter, and who frankly admitted her oc cupation on the witness stand today; that she called to the Clawson woman for help, that MoKlnsey struck at her and that Clawson came Up then after some, words and an altercation Clawson drew his reser from hla pocket and stashed at MdKntey, Intending to cut hm on the arm, but that MclKneey raised his arm and the blow was de flected to McKlnsey'a neck. Severed the jugular vein and trachea se that it was Impossible for McKlnsey to talk. After tho cuttlnk McKlnsey went to the entrance of, the dance hall where be was met by a couple ot hla friends, taken aside and died Itj nbout" thirty minutes. Clawson "walked to Crete that night. took a train to Lincoln the next rooming, wae arrested and brought hero by Bherlff Myers, on way down and after arriving again he confessed to the killing, but stated It was In defence of himself, his wife and the Kraft woman. SEVERAL APPLICATIONS FOR IRRIGATION RIGHTS (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Oct. n-(8pclal.)-Se-era application were filed with the State Hoard of Irrigation this mornmr, among them being the following; The county board, of Nuckolls county applies for a state aid bridge across the Republican, river one miles wet of Su perior. The bridge will be 409 feet long and Us estimated oot will be H,W. C. N. rhllbrtok ot Fullerton applies for water rights for power purposes from the Cedar river at, Belgrade. Patterson 1-atteraon, attorneys tor the ITord CaU company protest against the granting of the petition on the grounds that the ditch will cut through the cattied yards of the company. An advisory board to the state board of Irrigation haa been appointed by the latter board according to the provisions of senate file S71 lntrpdvtotd by Senator Buahee on request of State Engineer Price last winter. While the house butchered up the bill considerably from Ita original provisions, it Is a law and the board yesterday made the following appointments: Representative, C. It. Qustafson of Mead; J. D. Heeler, presi dent Nebraska state irrigation association, and 11. li KrederlckMn of Omaha. I The Persistent and Judicious fee, of Newspaper Advertising is the Road to German Day la Sacesafal. PliATTgMOTJTn, Neb., Oct Jt-8p- clal.) German day was celebrated here Saturday by a monrter parade ot auto mobiles, mounted horsemen and Oermat societies on foot In the afternoon and the parade wu witnessed by some 10U3 people. In tho errenlna a grand ball was given at the German Home, which was attended by some 000 people. Sunday the Qennans were addressed at the Home by Mathew Gerlng of this city in ling- llh and Otto Kinder of Omaha, who arms over the announcement which tamo' spoke In Qerman. The speakers were introduced by Mayor John P. Settler of this city, tn the evening a grand con cert was given at the Parmele theater by a company of Omaha vocailtts, under the direction of Prof. Theodore R. Reese, and the performance was attended by an audience that packed the theater. Tho two days' celebration was attended by all the German farmers In this part of Cass county and was an Immense suc cess In every way. Vlrnlntane Travel by Frelnht. BEATRICE, Neb., Oct. a.-(SpecIal T!esram.) Residents of the little toWn et Virginia east of this city are up In today that the Missouri Paclfla road had 1 taken off the only passenger train run-' ntng between Beneca, Kan., and that point, leaving them only one freight train a day. Blnnaer Wins Fight. BEATRICE, Neb., Oct. 2W8peciai Telegram.) At a special election held at Dttler Satnrday .7. O. Blauser won out In the fight for postmaster and received the endorsement ot the patrons of the office over the other two candidates. The vote was, Blauser, 364; 8. F. Clark, 73; Fred Star, 20. The special election was called by the democratic central com mute of Jefferson county, in order to end the fight for the office. Hoods Sarsaparilla Cures "all blood humors, all eruptions, clears the complex ion, creates an appetite, aids digestion, relieves that tired feeling, gives vigor and vim. Oet It today In usual liquid! form ok chocolated tablets called Sfersstas. Yerma cushion shoes for sensitive feet- Mayer Yerma Cushion Shoes give relief to sensitive, tender feet. They conform perfectly to the natural shape of the foot. If you want comfort or belong to the large army of people with foot troubles, try these cushion shoes and you will U3det stand why they are the leaders tn this type of shoes. HONORBf SHOES For men, women and children Terms Cushion Shoes belong to the famous line of Mayer Honorbilt Shoes, which is ample guarantee of the finest aualitv and workmanship. They mCn,hion are neat and dressy and are mads for men and women in the latest styles andlike all Honor bilt Shoes give excellent wearing service, WARNING Be me ssd bete for tte Mayer trade Mirk e tin sefe. If year dealer sleet set kaatde HesersUt Se,wT9te ts at. We naaka Mayer HewerbUt Shoes in. all styles for men, women and eUMraet Dry. Sex, ike great -wet weather shoe, and MarUw WasUngtea Comfort Skoe. F. Mayer Boot & Shorn Co, Milwaukee iiiimiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiii. AX famBMSssMBssssWsssg:i:.V.' BBBSSSSSSSBSsWBtLlSHBBBBBSBSSSSSSBSSSBSS aVPKaBVsHBBBSSSsBBBlHBSSSSSSSSSBBSSSSSSBBtBS An8SSSSSBsBBBaBBSBSSSSBsS'!.V.'All BdSsfliaaBIP. frfb&Sli 'MSBBHIIipC jmU ASjBBBBmBBSBBBBBBBSBx5c jt af dsBsnHv. ' ligrs x r S SBBBW llimi I ITfTlTlM I J Mayer Yerma CtMhlon Shoes are the moat comfortable shoes made. The built-in cushion is a scien tific principle of comfort footwear. The flexible sols conforms to the shape of the feet, resting it in any position. Keeps the lest warm a winter and ceo! in summer. Quick on the Trigger With a Snap-Shot 4 "Ot Wr m GEORGE' W. MAXWELL Aterre W. MaawtU. one o the leadlas trapaboetKi tats eenstry, says i "I find refeceMen and mpifiltti an famtnlin Tustth. ll'tamntthtUtt mi Ktrl fir, tlavhbumlng lelaee. EnufgmHt." CHARLES G, SPENCER ChsrUt O.Speoeer.eremloest la all th cbamplonahlp trapthootls tours soenti, ari "Fat real enjaymen. I'lttaktmfilpf fid of Tuxtdi. No cAsnceof tongut ilia, ni a mtfhfy Itrg ameunf af tomfatdan." THE crack trapshooter has to be a man with steady nerves and muscles absolutely under control -always ready at the sudden jerk of a string to swing his gun into place and bring down his clay pigeon. This means trained, not to the minute, but to the split-second. He .takes no chances with his nerves. We present the names of some of 'these crack shots who smoke Tuxedo. They like to smoke; but they take no chances on a tobacco that, might "throw them off." They use Tuxedo because it is mild, relaxing, steadying strictly pure. You take no chances, either, when you smoke Tuxedo. You can smoke it all day long all the time. The Perfect Tmhemem fer Pipe and Cigerette is purposely made to give you all the benefits of the highest grade smoke. It is made from the very finest tobacco Kentucky grows ripe, mellow, sweet and mild old Burley, aged right up to perfection-day. Then treated by tha orig inal ,fTuxedo Process," which takes out the sting, makes Tuxedo smoke cool and slow, and guarantees that it cannot bite your tongue. Tuxedo has had many imitators: none has ever equalled it in sheer quality and smoking- " value. YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE Fag gm UstrfcgfsWl Cssreaif-t Much, inner' Ef- lette,cwt4uStkst I UC inWwKksa4rtsrrsHr aJt Eye TOM A. MARSHALL Tom A, Marshall, whose traBaheetisg a hill has ataoe him assent, aay i th miku life iaHot leorib lftnf. 'T FRED GILBERT Fred Gilbert, whete name is cUbrat4 amoac UaBekeaters, mji t "Tho c!ti. mart fragrant, matt plooamt feiacco in my crptrftnea TumJa. Loot (mmtiJncu and fmrity." JUuttratitnt art abtut tnc half tizt of rtal packaitt. L. J. SQUISR Ik J. Staler, wall znowa aQ ertr th coeatrr a ks-ey4 as4 scctlul trapthootaf.tayai , ' Tuxtie U Ik arjy REAL, vnob. A pipifut of Tvxaio h mill and tooth' inf, end I rtcommttti it hlfhln to oM afaetot ma m door, oool hiaca. " mV KFsBKASmmmWlmmml smmmmmmmmmmmmmPsmmmjalpBi' aB BsmmmmVlV jKCT ssamil MBBMas1' "Zl fW FRED O. BILLS Fred G. BOIs.craek shoLwtll knewate all (olio wars oi triptboedaf , tnji i taod, Ulthfal vnokt. My nerva haxo aoee! admirably sine V tten utlng Tuxedo, Ms Uaiin tobacco. " (TH Dig Return.