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_ _ _ _ TIlE 01\ AnA _ DAILY nEE : , . Arl'TnD..A.Y ! . , 1AnOII _ 23 , 18m' . . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ' I
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. _ 8po1IL ; NOT1GS.
Ad1ert rlrnll for these rolumM "Il bo
IIrn nntl 12130 p. tn , for the ovntnl nll
lntl 8 p. in. fat the morning nnd Sunday
* . dltlon.
A < 'urtcrl by rcqnelUnJ I numbered
rhcee , rnn II" ' " nnlwer nIl It rllclI to f
numbered letter In rare of The lice. An-
. "erl 10 nddrrllCI "II ho Irl1ered "Ion
rrurnlnUon of the eheele on I , . Jntrl ,
1 1-2e.n word ' , ra Illerton , Ie I word
hercnfer. ? ththlng tnken - for 1.8 than 210
for lrt liicrUon.
' hlo nlhertselenll must un cOlleeu-
WANTFD , POSITION ny YO'UNO MAN. AOE
20 . II mi chine lhp or blackmllh shop . 10
complete Irate : 10,1 tefrrences. AthrPR A1
bert ncker. Iue 111. Neb. A-M701 %
k ANTED-MALE HELP.
A FrW COMIITgNT MIN TO INTlOHCF A
new fMluro In Inluslrlnl Insurance. 2 lce
building. 1I-.t74 : ; %
WANn l. OOD , FNFIOJTI SOI.ICITOIS
10 hl lo nlte , eny. good "nvlnl hUllnCI In
N1)tflCkfl. Iowa. "nn.nl or 1ljrnurI. Cal or
n < .lres Room 12 , 'Vnre block. Omit.
& . 1t-M73 I 2i
A I.IMITrD NUlnm OI . ' IUOIT IOYR
AnI nIiI can s'cure through the Omaha Ix '
nhl ( ' , curl , OIIU'
( rllor n lfe "clolnrlhll , In the Omnha ituM-
nCH" , u1tgo. free of charge. Inquire C
Jer ' , n\erll.lnl , i1eirtrnent. ' Omaha 1-
celHlor , 1&1 I.'nrn"m street 1- li8) 21 !
A MAN Oi 1\1' 'fO MANAm : I > 1)ISTItIflIJT-
Inl AmllleH. cati1 . ) ok. . ctrci. no eorre.
I'IOflIeflCe. len < 1)'lvan CI'r" Delrolt ! lch"
10 for RnmpIce . sap , elc" and nct Iecnl
- oler 10 you. 1-:179 29'
WANT1D . M1VUO WI.I , WORK VOlt
$ ; .0 monlh . .Int. or large cornmtiitofl. . ielI-
In InlB hy Mmplo 10 tte3lerI. fllrtCO
tIflnecesary. Write tifl. We vI1l explain. Fur
HeAlrl pftrtlcutarf . Hcn,1 "I "lp. 101.ho\ ! Spe.
claly Co. , 73 4h slreet Cincinnati. Ohio. I
U-M79 21' ,
A CIANO T MAKE MONEY-I MAI $ :110
the laM Alx 'Wfckl lellnl ,1.h w"herH. and
WOR Ilrk part of the t1ni' . I .Ion't Se why
olerA : .In not CO Into the .1.h wnAher hURlnr"8.
No rnnvl""lnl. 10 Sold nil my , % I"herH nt home.
"prf.cl HaU.rnclon. < gver one ! els atlothM' .
Ivery family wnnll one. 1 will make $3..0 )
thIs year CI' ) ' . I can wa.h nnl , dry our < 1.he"
In two mintat . Any ' > e ran make $ .0 10
$10 a ( lay. Iror circllirN write 10 Iron City
DIhVnjier Ct ) . . S. hIghland avenuP. l . Ic. I ,
l'itt.Iurg. Pa n-M. 2.3'
WANT13t AT ONII , leon WOODWOmrm
for repairing and gonerul new wurk ; Atea.iy
repalrlnl Ienerl .Ien\
jo : slall WnleR nnc wanted. Actresl SI. .To.rllh
Buggy Co. , SI. Joseph Mo. I3-M92t
WANT I ) . AN ACIVI : . 1lFt.tM31.1.3 IUSINfSS
man 10 take nn Intcr.l In a sure Increa.111
paying buslnfs ; onlY small amount of money
rulrc < l. Attdre9 K 43. lie' - JSO 29'
FIRST CLASS GIRLS AT SCANDINAVIAN Y.
W. h lc. Oiilco . 161 Capitol avenuc. Ci23 'fel. A18' an
W ANTI : A FIitST-CLAtS SWl DHl on
German cook. Good wages pnld. Also comp -
petent . eon"lrl. . Refercncea In one ! , case reo
qulred. Mrs. Francis C. Orahie . London Court
( one black north 0 : 1t. Mary's a\'enu fourth
houlc aBt of 21h street ) . C-M8O3 :
IOUSES , F. K. DARLING , DAIUER : IILOCK. D-9G7 :
UOUSES IN AI.L PARTS OF THE CITY. THE
O. F. Davis company. 15 < Faronm. D-t'6S '
IOUSES ; DENAWA & CO. , 108 N. 1511 ST.
FOR R1INT-O.ltOOM - COTTAOI.3 . IN OOOD fltt-
pair , city wnler. $10.0 per month 10 good pnr-
te ! 19 N. 37h. 1 block from I"nrnm car line.
Inquire al Sioelzel's stove store. next to posl.
. . , IOUSES : , WALLACE BROWN BL. . IG & 197 Doug.
FOR nENT-2U3 CAPITOL AVENUE. II
rooms . modem. The O. F. Davis company. 1
MODIIRN 7.ROOM' 10USE NEAn PARK APply -
- ply 10 S. 21h Btreet. D-M8S
LAnOE LIST IIOUSE WEAD. IGTI & DOUG.
, - - _ e , 'I 1 fl-274-A3
VOR RENT. FI.A" AT NORThEAST CORner -
n.r of Eleventh and howard streets. In god
condition. Reasonable .
rondlton. I.a.ollblc terms. Inquire rom
314. FIMt National bank building. D-151:2
- S Fn RttNT FIVE ROOM COTAGE ON \VIST
Ilde of North Twenly'"cnd street just north
of Clark Rlret Eight dollars a monlh. In-
quite room 3U Firt National bank buiidini.
Dl ; 22
7-ROOM COTrAGII. MODERN , 301 LEA VEN-
HOUSES FOrt ' IU.3NT. $15 TO $10. FIDflLTTY
' -Trust _ Co. . 102 Funam. $0. D-M33-31 FIFrTY
H. E. CLE CO LARGEST LIST H OMAHA.
ELEOANT nmcn nESIFNCES IN IILOCK
at southwe.t corner : anti California streets :
all modern convenlencr , : very low rcnt. C. A.
. Blnrr. 515 N. Y. Life Bldg. D-II1 28'
. p- FOR m NT , TIlllIllI-ROOM ( COTTAGE 5OCT11.
east corner 231 und Clarke with large , : r. I
dn plot D-MT5
SIX.IWOM FURNISIIIID COTTAGII , MODIH1N .
new Inside . I. I. Harder 4 Co. . IIDfRN. .
DJ.OCn HOU8 FOIl RENT : NEW ; TWO
O.t and basement : nine rooms ; nil modern
conveniences ; rent $30 ; only 7 minutes walk ,
Irons postoflice. Percy D. Ford , 434-43G nee' '
blog. D-M779 % 4
hODElN 10-loM IJOUSII. CENTRAL LOCA.
tirni. % 1 Duglns sl. W. F. Ciark 2202 Dnu/ln9 I.CA-
sl. ' fl-790481
ELL'OANT IIOITSII. VURNISI1IID.ON CAn
near park. 1. ' . D. 'Vead. 161h and Douln9.
) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ D-788-4 _ _ _ _ _ _
CHOICEST MOm lN IIIOIIT-IIOOM BRICK
rOlhlence In Omaha $2 . , O IOlT.nOOM ; Sherwo IlCI .
C. A. Starr G15 N. Y. Life , Dhlg.
' 1IDFRN 1.nOM HOURf" S'fIAM HI > T.
furnished pr unfurlsh ; term . oC years. Ad-
dress K 6 fr Bee 0119cc. 1)-M797
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS.
X'LEASANT nOOM 1921 DODGE
lLEARANT 192 E-7 :
.VERY : : DEHIAnLE FRONTJIOOM WITh AN
alcove. ZI3 B. 2.3th st E-33
I"OI 1 l NT. NICI . 1"UINJ8Inm 1600MB.
Call Il 2107 Dougl.s. 11-738-2
NICfl.y Fumsl5D ROOM $ S.O MONTH ,
S ! l1owrtl . ; 11-767.23'
IoONT ROOM , WITH A1.COVC : MOIiIltN .
- _ G01 ; 8. 2311 * aveune. 13-M73 7'
1IINIHI : ILM. IIATII , $6 MONTIL 191
.5 - Irarnam al. 11-761-It'
1'UhNISHED ROOMS aND BOARD.
2UCFI.Y FUlNIJlm 1100MB. WITH GOOD
board : rles reasonable The Rose 221 liar-
001. F-Ml7 AJ"
FIONT nOOMS SlTAU.E FOR TIUP
lenla or couple : other rooms ; auperlor board.
1 Chlclgo. F- 11 23'
Nll'EJ.Y I'UHmSIEO ltOOMt4. SOUTH FRONT
veranda. "lhs , table boud , 13.101. 1622 llarneyj ,
F-71 25' .
cMB , WITH BOARD . . Z2 DODO ITltEllT.
1'-M176 2. '
lJI . \AN'f ROOM IN IIY.\Tf l'A I.y ,
wIth nam. or wlheul board. Hefercnccs. " - % 1 S Vat. " .
UN1'UBNIBKED ROOMS TO RENT
I UNI"URN1SICD CIIAMBIII1S Volt HOURE-
- _ keeping to man and wife . . N. 1715. 51-312
1cB RENT-STORES AND OFIICE3 .
F ' r. TiE . -t'rny IlCIC BUILDING ,
t l"rnaln * Btreot . Thla building hu a tire.
prGof cement basement , complete .Ieam heat-
I'lIf wl&ment comll .
log' tiature. . ; Cater on all floors , gas , etc. Apply -
. ply at the pmce at The Dee 1-91 .
l"n IIIINT TU1EES''OlY AND 1IASIIMIINT
brick tton buiding at 105 Farnam slrl ,
In lrt class condition ; .ulabl , to any kind
ot liusinese. Inqulie room 31 , Firt National
- tUldIOC. I-Slill n
JrOn IHINT . TWO STORES. ADJOINII'0.
orer % 31 an Leannwollh striell : whit rent
tosp'h'er $ or separate : 101 bu.lne. 100lon.
Inquire on prcmtsei . 2-51730 2G"
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AGENTS WANTED ,
O&N' . fALD 01 . 'EM.L. ! W1T1 . 'r us
. . quick : we 1\0 something ot great Importance
tt ' 8) ' 10 ) "U : brand flew line ; big money In I ;
" , ll quick Ir ytu may be to Isle : don't tall
to wri , 1)dey r : JUt . enl your o43reu fal
pOStal wo will itirprlce 'ou ; ho quick <
r.lnll wl surrl.e you b quik or you
may lI 1k . opportunity ; 1.0 n day In I aUre.
J'lcrpl Supply Q. , dfpl11nent R. Augueta .
) . J-51373 .
S - J-MJ2 2.
IENTI WANTED : $ . O DA1\- . NEW IN-
, .lla. Ihlata : , 2 to 0 sld 10 a house.
Hample tH 1'h & Jkln , Clnelnn. O.
- . CWANTEDTO _ _ _ -lil _ _ 2" _
WANTIW. 1.lRn , 1. 6 on ' .IO0M 11013511.
wills bm ; swat not more Uln $11 : aoth ot
\ I Ck street ; Lao Chl < reD , A.3lresa It W. - lIce.
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fiRST STORAGE lUI.0NO IN OMAHA U S.
goy. bnMd wlNhoule : hcueirnld ! os stored :
. 1013.1015 Leavenworth . 3d-il ?
_ j2st rflieC. O. ' ! O.S Lc.l 1-0
STOI1AGII. FRANK . EWEIS. U1 lAnNf Y.
PIANO , UPI1IWIT CAI3INRT cII1AND . VOlt
IIANO UI'IOlT CAnNfT OlAND. t'OI
sale It I great bargain. J , Sonnenberg . 1 :
Douglas street. 0-7.1731 25'
Volt SAJI. F'ItNITURII 1"01 AN 8.IOI
hioue cheep . nt .iiG homey at. 0-762 2.
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Volt SAt.1 FUINITUm OF 8.110051 COT-
tage. cheap. Call T day and Tlunday ) CI'en-
Inls or Slluray ! after 4 p. m. . nt 181 N. 34h
Rlreet. oM71 24'
ALMOST NIm.TOANT nOUSrIO.D I'un-
.1 , efor'c \ cheap. K 10. Uee. O-721"
FUI6NITUI6II 01 FIVFI.I100SIIIOUSIl . IN
FtlNITtnf FIVE.1001 IOUSI
UM S monlhl ; Ialy leaving city . Alrcs
& S. 31h Blrcel. O-tS 21"
FOl SAL , HORSES AND WAGONS
VOlt SALII , TWO STANlAtD tiED STAt. .
lions. 6 and 7 , elegant slyle. choice breclnl ;
I.th fast ; ready 10 track or for slul. , 1'Iatte
Valley Live Stock Co. . remonl , Nch.
AN IASTlmr nUda\ COMPANY WILL l.SE
out nt less than tlt cost lop haggles . road
wagotis and lhaclon8. Alcrep K 62 . flee.
walns 1'-SilO ) : S'
1100 & CI1ICHEI4 FCNCI WII . nITTlm
A cheaper than Wood. J. J. Ledd . 403 S. 11th.
HAIIWOOD COMfl1N.TlON 100 AND
chicken fenee. Chas. It. Lee. 91h and Ioulln. ;
IAIY J"1 BA2AI-3l COWS. 2 T 1.\1 S , COM.
1Ieio outfit ; established milk route ; alt or part ;
ouln estnblshe < , Florence , Neb.
cheap ; 01'1,1) John lonce8"n I.'lorcnel Qi6S-AZ "
3-flow 1.IIATIIIIL6 TOP LIOIIT HUOOY , YEHY
cheap . for cast H. E. Cole Co. , 19 N. 151h.
WImMAN PIANOS , IIWoWOIT OI1OANS.
Wohrll e Uro" 11 So. 17th. Q-914
MRS. DR. \VARI1IIN . CIAllOY ANT. 1P.
liable business medium ; jlh yea al 19 N. 1 ; h.
MADAM ROMAINE , 2H. N. 1&TlI. FLAT A.
MASSAG . ATHS. ETC.
NEWLY FITED BATh IAnLnS : TURKish -
Ish and electric baths for ladles and gentle-
men. Madame howell , 32 South 151h Rlr.et.
2d floor. T-M310-A5'
MASSAGII-MADA7.t1l IJERNAITLD . 1421 DODoe
MASSAOE-IADAI DElNAID. 12
. treet. T-M3iS AS"
MADAM 13111T11 12 S. 13TI. 20 FLOOR no
3 : magnetIc. vapor. alcohol slenm. Bulpherlne
. . T-M1l2 "
and sea Lalh. T-lll2 :
TURKISh IJATI1S ; ONLY II.ACf IN CITY
exclusively for ladles Suite 109.110. Bee bldg.
D. IAAS , FLORIST . PLANTS CUT FLOWEnS.
Bnnquet. hail , residence and grave decorations.
1813 Vlnlon atreel Telephne 776. 11-933
MASSAGII ELECTI6O TILIIRMAL DATIS ,
MASSAGE chirpodis. SIme. 10st , 3 ½ S. 151h sl
THE DELLE EPPERLY COHSI T , MADE TO
or"r from measure. 1909 J'nnam street.U1Go
VIA VI CO. , 346 mm DI.DO. : HEALTH 1300t
- _ fre home treatment ; lady attendant. U-lo
G ELEGANTLY FIN1SIED CAD I'IIOTOS.
99 cents , for 10 days only al Cowan's. & :
Iroadwaj" . Council caya . 15-51210
FOR FIRST CLASS PIANO TUNING HAVE
Merriam. at " 'odbrldge Bros. . 17 So. Hlh , t.
CUm FOIl LADES , 1816 CHICAGO ST.
SPANISH ! IF YOU WISH TO LEARN TO
speak Spanish address for particulars. Gay
C. Griffith . li1 fledge . U-Gil 22'
FOIl INFORMATION ON IILACK hILLS GOLD
mine nnl , prospects wrie ILACK . Flo'er. Hnpd !
City. 8. D. prspecs U-lSO :
MISS ALICE JANES HAS RESIGNED Hfl
position a9 nurse nt Carroll . Iowa , and wilt
. be found at 35 : . N.2lh. . U-1ISO 23" .
MONEY TO LOAN-REAL ESTATE.
ANTHONY LAN & TRUST CO. . 3t N.Y. LIFE
loans nl low rates for choice security In Nebraska .
brka and Iowa fana or Omaha city W-I0l .
LU'E INSURANCE POLICIES LOANED ON
or bought. 1" O. Che.ney , Kansas. city. W-I02 Mo.
MONEY 'fO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
real eslnle. Jrennan , Love & Co. " Pd.xton \V-103 k
MONEY TO LAN AT LWEST nATES. THE
O. F. Davis Co. , l5 Fanam st. 'V-I04
VERY LOW RATES MADE ON GOOD LOANS.
J. % V. Squire , 218 nee bldg. . W-I0G
CITY LOANS. C A. STA1tR'G15 , ? , Y. LIFE.
STAUn.'ml Y'VII f
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMInOVED OMAHA
property. Fidelity Trust company , 17U2 Farnam.
LOANS ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED CITY
LANS . W. lramam Smith & Co. , 13 Faram ,
M9NEY TO LOAN ON OMAHA REAL ESTATE
I 6 per cent. W. D. Idelkte let Nnt. Dk. bldg.
ClT LOANS. $5.0 TO $5.0.0 AT LWlST
CITY rlel Powell & Potter. ht Ooor. N. Y. L. - bldg.
INVESTORS DIECOIY CO" 10 WALL ST. ,
N. Y. cmpie and . sell names ot bona Ode
eastern avestOrS who have money to Invest.
Full particularS upon request. 'V-WS6 126.
WANTED , DUI.DNG LOANS AT ONCE. 1"1.
delity Trust Compnn 102 Faram street.
celly ' .
% -Ml3l 31.
MONEY TO AN-CHATTELS.
MONEY TO LOoN ON FURNITIIE , PIWOS .
hcrses . waons etc. . nt lowest rates In city ;
no moval of goods ; strictly conldental : you
' amount can PaY , the loan oft nl any time or In nn ,
01IA1.10HTOAGE T.OAN CO"
. 30 Su. IGlh Sl.
MONEY TO LOAN ONJIOUSIIIIOLD 1'URm-
turo. pIanos horses wagons . or any kind of
chattel securIty nl lowest possible rates which
you can pay ' "de nl any time nod In any
amount FIIEI.ITY LOAN GUARANTEE CO. ) .
Hem 4 , Wlhnol block. X-1l3
J. D. HADDOCK , HOOAI 421. nAllE IILOCK.
MONEY TO LAN ON IrUlNITURt AND
1.I.n09. . l"re Terry . 430 lamge block. X-IU
JUSINESS CHANCES ,
DO YOU WANT A StONIlY MAICJ1T THE
Edison I'tnclosrpe ( debt machines ) . look In
99,000 In lea than 11 eo months . For tens
address Edison lUnetO&C01)B Co. . 10 Ho. 161h
01" Omaha Neb Y-116I
FOR 8AI.F on I1ENT : SALOON AND FJX.
Iut hOW beer house In Odell. Addre.s F. J ,
Truxaw . Olel Neb. Y-ll1 24'
.0.0 WILL BUY ONE OJ' TiE UST E8.
$ Intlsbec sanitariums. with all this latest 1m.
prvemenla In electricity , ehectru . Trllah ,
vapor and water baths , with the Inlrsl cash
ollco practice In this city ; a eplrndld chance
1rr a couple physicians , sl > lalll , or Ian and
wife : reason for selling. going into . wholesale
manufacturing business : will gh.o a month
trial If requested. Address touolon Illectro.
Oavanlo ennltarlum Houlun , Tex. . Eecr.
building , Y-MGi A1S.
I'JUNTlm W\NT" : AN ALL AROUND
printer , with a lIttle money wanting 10 go In
partnerbillp wIth a newspaper man In n lucra.
live country piEce. ! Address F. Vt. Ott . 1.ar.
arnIe . Wyo. Y-W32 ZO" .
VOlt IMLD. CANDY KITCHEN' ' ANI ICE i
: cream Parlor ; best locatIon In town ; n bargain
It sold soon. Address Hex = Ilarlsn. Ia.
1"01 SALE. I"ISTCI.ASS GROCERY STOCK :
gooti location ; A 1 trade ; invoice about S.G00.00 ;
good reasons for selling. Address K - 47. .0.0 Iee. 2"
1"1 SALE MEAT MAlKI . EVEHY'INO
lrt visas. good location and good buIneu ;
owner leaving tlly. Address IC 49 , Bee once ,
Omaha. Y-IG U
BUSINESS CHANCe ; FOR SALI GOOD SA.
lon ant 1.laurant ; Ir.I-lal location. A"
dress l' 42 Ue ottice. Y- n2 24'
SUCCESSFUl. . Si'IICUL.ATION. AMOUNTS OF
trm $ : .0 to $ .0.0 can b. mad. 10 yield
good rei ur. In " 'al street speculation. Pal'
phlel free o application. Consolidated Block
& l'rudur. Co ( established U S. InCorporated
3892) ) , L New and U llroad street. Nol York.
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WANTED-A 11069511 I IXCUANOE FOIl
WANF1A n. A. UOlpe , sr. , UII 1.01
FOIl SALE 01 TRAD . A > .0.0 STOCK OF
general lerIandl. for eastern Nelmuka or
we.ler Iowa farm. or Omaha or South Onulha
properly. Adclra IC U , Omaha Bee.
WILl TJIAD1 CLJAH LAND VOlt 0001 EN-
. IWrt r"nlU city proj.ely. No Ihld class
or uainiprcv.d property coasidared. I Ie
Hurpbrey , u New york LU. .
" 5oE KNOWS WHAT5 .T "
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SANTA CLAUS SOAP
j4\ . BECAUSE 13 THE Bt5T. PUREST l MOST ECONOMC
I ! SOLD E''ERE
/ E IHEN.K.FAIRBANKGOMPANY - - , CHICAGO.
WANT TO TRADE COUNCIL III.IWFS
city real estate for a Block of clothing and
elY ! . Address J , 1' . Emlg , Avoca , In
_ _ _ Z-M&0
IlOltSlI.IIAI1NIIBH AND PIAB'ON IN GOD
condition Tukey. for a clear lot worth $ . Z-72 A. - : 1.
Foil TI1ADE . Ur.o STOCK OF GENERAL
merchandise for farm and $ G cast , . I.ck Box
D , SUnburn , Dallas county. ha. 7.:15 21-
TO IIXCIIAN(111. GI.EAH KANSAS CITY 111151-
dence and Wyandotte r.Ilelce 101. an,1 , e"sler
Kansas . farm ) It exchange fur meiciunnulise. All-
, " , ' Mo.MIll 24 "
dress I Jslcy. 1"/a'le. 10. .ISOI
FOR SALE-REAL EST AT .
FARM FOrt SAL ; I CAN OFFlH VOlt A
Imlled tmo , fliRt at ni nttrnct\e trice . a
choice ImprvC 40 - acre latin , located In Saty
county. N "raskn near 1.1 Plate station and
the new fort : this Is strictly second bench
land and the improvements are oC a good
order ; $ ,2.0 cash wIll buy the equity In this
farm ; no Ird considered. 'Vnler G. Cark ,
118 Uarey sl" Omaha. Ncb. IEM IS as
EXCIANO S AND SALES : CITY PI6OPEI6TY.
farms. merchandise. Garvin Dros. . 20 N. Y. L
FARM LANDS. C. F. IAIUUSON , 912 N. Y. L.
2i5 acres nine miles north of P. O. nl $30.
16U acres 23 miles S. 'V. . II $10.
( ) acres 5 ½ miles nQrlh , al $31.50.
40 acres , 5 ! mites west on pa'cment. al $200.
2 acres , Del\ldere , for $730.
1 acre , Brlghlon. $200.
F. D. Wead. IGlh & Dou 1ns. MTI-lCtl-23
UARGAINS. HOUSES. LOTS AND FARMS : ,
sale or trade . e V. K ) . . Barker HEl1 block.
FINE GARDEN LAND. 5 StILES FROSt 1' . 0. ,
$0 GAlDEN . 910 N. Y. I. . . bldg. IES2
ABSTRACTS. TiE BrItON HEED COMPANY.
4-rom house and lot. N. W. , $321.
3 - room , South 2lh 81" $8 :
4-rom. near end 2lh St. car , soulh. $ & 50.
P. 2) . Wend , enc & Douglns. REiC.23
A HOME FOR YOUR WIFI2. ;
I PERFECT LIE OEM
MODERN SIX.ROM COTTAGE.
. 3ST - .13121:270 YIN1SIIED.
FIRST CLASS NEIGIIBOI6IIOOD.
WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE OF DUSINESS
CLOSE TO CA LNE ,
CONVENIENT T SCUOOL
WILL TAE CHEAP : AS PAnT OF FIRST
FIDELITY TnUST CO :
172 FANAM ST.
DAUGAINS. SALE on TRADE IN CITY PROF.
attics and frama. Jno. N. Frenzr. CIT P. O.
FINE 7.nOOIIHOUSE JUST 01"1 LOWE AVE
Nice 7 . room house. hot and cold water and
bath and barn , full lot near Hascm purk.
1.2 : S5 cash . 6 per cent Inlersl ,
F. 2) . Wend , 161h & Douglas St. ItE-760-23
IOUNZE PLACE I1ATIGAINS. FOR HALE OR
exchange. J. J. Gibson . 31 bl Nat'l hank.
WANTED , FAUSt Fan CASH.
\Vanted . house near park for cash.
" \Vanted 210,0 residence for a.h.
' 'anled. lot near park for r.sh.
\Vanted lot sour 3lh and Famnam.
" 'a . 10 or 20 ares for cash
" 'nnlc. 16 near Omaha for cash
Wanted , 160 for $25 I acre.
'Van lcd , farm land for merchandise and cash.
\Vanted , good house near I' . O. part ( Irdde ) .
'Vnnled horses for clear Iota.
' Vanteu1 . residence for ncr nge.
Wanted . 10 loa out $600.
" 'un led. 10 lon out $500.
C. 1' , Harrison ill $ Y. 1.lfe. fl-.753.22'
A F11V OF oun REAL BARGAINS :
Wi sell I lot on . Georgia avenue cheap It taken
within len ( da.H.
A . coiner lot on Curlng street , worth $ . ,0.0 for
$1,560 O If taken soon.
3 iota In Drnke's addition to exchange for neat
An elegant south front lot on IrJ.lol street . big
stRap . to cheap 10 Inme In print
Bcautrul building sIte fronting on Hnneom rarl , .
high amt sIghtly. can be Hold very cheap. Want
i'ldchity Trust Co. . Sole Agenl. 1702 1111-51803 Famnarn 13 St.
Sr. 0 , DAXON 403 N. J6TH. 19
VICTOR BICYCLES. THE FINEST Of' ALL
VICOI . Omaha Bicycle Co. . 32 N. 16th slreel
STERLING mCYCJ-S , IUU.T JICI A
watch Western Electrical Supply CO.,432 H. 1m"S
81111 TIlE YIHILB hALL lEAlNOH ON
Relay Special. WI Barnum & En ) . . m N16 15. ,
"COLUMBIA" l . . FINEST IIXAMI'LE 0'
light and high grade bicycle construction. 'VI ,
LYe Dckey 8i Co. , 10a Douglas at , agents. 919
IlMINGTDN AND EAGLE. CROSS GUN CO. ,
- 10 6. 1th street. 1131
A. I. DIMNI & CO. . WI0.l:8AI.E AND JIll.
lal bIcycle , , JI6 . 'arlm lret ; bicycles old
on easy pnymenta. 'GI
BICYCLE RIDING ACADEMY ; I
ONLY lnIG ACAIElt. IN CITY ; I'Ufl.
chn.er free. Wi larur & Uro. . 130 ' N. 1th. 1i I ,
BV'ANBON'ALIEN . 11 CUMING , TEL lOG - . .
H , K. I3UItIIET. FUNElAL DmJCIOI AND
embalmer lGI Chicago lt" teleptuons $ ) . 98
51. O. MAUL. UNDERTAIt1 ANI EMUAI.
er . ln Funam al. . telephone 223. 98.
C W. BAKER. UNDERTAKER , & 1 S. IGfH 96 HT. *
- . PS
BUILDING &LOAN ASSOOIATION
now TO ' GilT A J0MD on tECllM GOOD
Interest on savings. Apply to Omaha L & 11.
As.'n , filI lee bldg. U. W , NallGer , Sec.
1(3 ( 1
SUAIES IN MUTUAL I. & 11. AS8'N PAY
0 , 7 , 6 per Cent when I , Z. 3 years Old always
redeemable. n04 Faram .1. , ) Nnilnser , Sec.
HOTEL. VAm'm .UTU AND JONES STS.
n " . al U.W per day.
W . al 12.00 da ' .
rm. $ .0 per day.
fp.el.1 rates 10 commercial travelers. Room
and "o.r by week or montl Frank Ililditch .
AETNA HOUSE ( EUtl'EAN ) , N. W. 0069.
Ulh saul D. . Iows by day or weck .3
ELECTRICAl. ENONI JlS AND CONTI1AC.
tori for electric light and motor plnnt and nil
kinds of electrical constrUction . 'eslcrn Elec-
- klnl Supply Co. , US sOd 420 S. 1&lh 81. 993
mucIc WORK ; SIEW\LlS , CELLAR
hour. ele WORI J61h alreet. Tel. 40. A. hllewit.
M O .Al
CANAIAN EIII.OyIBNT nUnfAU 1111. i '
moved to 162 Douglas ; male and female help.
D. ' 1' . IloTNT HAS m MOVED IllS COAL
omee 10 20 8. IGlh 81. Dr01 block . J2S
- - - - - -
iiiCil 1EDUCED : SlIEltIIAN . BEST WYO
ming coal : nUl. $10 ; IUII > . $ : .W ; 2.0) Corn
n Ion delIvered. IG05 Farnam street 11
CESSI'OOL1.3 CLEANED. ANTI-jUONOIm.Y
prices. John Nelson . 48 S. 11th. Tel 1198-Al 1173. '
ALA . . OROVl . ENGINEERS ' AND AU.
chltccts' supplies. 318 S. lh street , Omnha.
'rOV. REl !
STOVE RElAIHS Volt 40.0 DIFFERENT
makes of stoves : walr attachments and con.
elections a specialty. 107 Douglas st. Omaha
Stove Repair 'Vorks 92
HORTHANV . &IMJ. ) ' PLWRLTI.NG.
VAN SANT'S SCIOOL OF SIORT nAND. N.
Y. Life Omnha. Ask ( . circu1ar. 12
DRESSM11NU : .
DRESSMAKING IN F..5UhICS. .31G GRANT sl.
s.aub . 146-31'
. > nl/
PROFE JON AL.
2)11. A. SIIIPMAN. CbR.116T11 & CHICAOO.
; . 1u , ; . 152 A12'
MUSIC A' ' thLANGUAGE.
c. F. GELENBECK. D.UIST AND GUITAR
teacher , 191 Casa at. . a..1. . 91
BUSINESS 1-TICEB .
DAMAGED ! IROnS 161iItLVERED , 71 N. 16.
, " o1. 18
CARPENTERS . BUILDERS.
'C ; E. 5.1OI1R1tt..PAP17$1IiAItGIN0 , . HOUSE
sign painting ; . brick worKUplalerlng ; ' off . I I.
Barker blk. ; tel. 735 ; ; ' shop z Slit Iznrd ; tel. $11 408.
011AlA COLLEGE DENTAL SUHGEny. FREE
Infirmary ; dentistry at cosl. IGlh & Cap. ave.
- _ 1352
w. C. ASITON & CO. , 30 S. Int ; 740-A19
Dn. PAUL DENTIST 2 : BURT ST. 14
J rE r
Lawyers and solicitors. SUES & Co. . Boo
Building , OMAHA , Neb. Advice FRE
W.EBELAID . TO REST.
Funerals ot SIrs . Lucndl Slouch and Mr.
C. 11. " 'ooley Yesterlll )
The funeral of Mrs. , Lucinda Monel was
held yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock. A
large number of trlends attended the obsequies -
quies , which were held at the residence or a
Son . J. J. Mone1. 2035 Dodge street. Dean
Gardner conducted the services. Several an-
theme , IncludIng "Oh I Paradise : ' "Abide
with Me " and 'Lord . Let 10 Know Mine
End " were sung by the Cathedral cbolr.
Many beautiful floral tributes rested on the
caslel The pal bearers were H D. Ken-
nedy J. H. Millard , Dr , P. Grossman G. W.
Lininger , Judge Lake and Joepl Darker.
Funeral 01 c. n , Wootioy.
The funeral or Charles R. Wooley was
held yestrday afternoon at 2 o'elock at the
. family residence , 706 South ThIrtieth , street.
Roy S. Wright Butler conducted the serv-
Ices. The pal ' bearers wee Robert Huhiter
J. R. Campbell. C. T. Harrison and . .1.V. .
Cragg. A large number ot Mr Woolley's
friends tolowed the remains to their fnal
resting place In Prospect . Hii cemetery.
lohlnsolK Gn 10 Alburn 1'lson.
BUFFALO , March 22-Clarence Robinson
was taken to Auburn today to serVe his aen-
tonce or lIfe Imprisonment for the murder of
Montgomery Gibbs. Sadie Hoblnson will be
taken to Auburn tonight
l'EIIHUN.-I. I'.l I . WltI I'11t4.
F. M. Casteler , Blair , Is at the Millard.
E. J. Johnson , Salt Lake City , Is at thin
Charles H. Casey , Portland , Ore , Is a . guest
at the Millard . 1 : " i
H. N. PIerce or N rtbk ! took dinner at the
Murray yesterday. .
Ross O. hammond ot Seward was at the
Murray last evening I , "l :
R. H. Lacey . wlte lnd ! child , Washington ,
'D , a. , are guests at Ia 11elone
J. D. Dlckover , WUol1 and child , Hot
Springs , B. D" are Paxton guests
James Watson chiIrn ot the Tha'er
county republican cchtrt @ committee , Is a
guest lt the Arcade .
At the Darker are : ; iJ. U. Moorshead of
Chicago , A. s. KoholuJUpreas agent for the
New Great Syndicate audI Paris Ilporomc
circus , and D. G. Spn8ef and a. U. Warder
or Kansas City. Spn , ,
At the Mercer-A. ! 10gle. Chicago ; C.
W. ( irittlth . Lincoln : ' 1."L. " Clark , Chicago :
O. Galaher , Kansas Q t : Charles Lacey
Plumb , Chicago : Chale H. Whimot. Du-
buque. la. : J. F. Wright , ChIcago : George
Dee Dubuque , la ; Gorge Ualn. Chicago ;
W. J. Henry , Philadelphia ; L. M. I"lzhugh ,
Cincinnati ; Waiter Sanford , New York : C.
S. 'osselman , New York ; U. H Walace ,
1ekamab : O. U. Swingley Beatrice : Burt
Frelelben , St. Louts : J. O. St. l'Ierre UOI-
ton . 11 a I. : A. O. West , W. S. Harlan , Lin-
Nehnsilula "t Iho Iloieig.
At the Arcade-C. J. l'ope , 'ell Cloud : A.
D. McNeer , Blue 11.
At the Dellone-D . W. Dickinson , Te-
krah : 11 , S. larrlson , Yor } ,
At the : larl-'or M. Cooke , Lincoln ;
Mrs. gdwaN g. Wootsey , Nebraska City ;
David Fitzgerald , Lincoln ,
At the Iatol-I" ° . ' 1'Ierne' . J. A. Hnrrls.
George I" Palmer Broken now : I. B.
Uterls ? , Aurora : C , d. Hoyt , Beatrice : M. I ) .
\ elh , I.lncoln.
At the Merchants-li. I" , Marsh , Elkhorn :
J. W. I"lzgeraldj Ueemer ; Mnlht . Cornell .
Valentine : . 0. . Gales , Albion' : Iat
Dauthcrt ) . O.alala : A. W. Clalkiiis. Bllln"v
ONLY TIE TWO \ PREAChERS
But lnlf of the Promhell Witnesses Aginst
the Police Appeared Last Night
[ NDE WILL NOT AND COX NOT READY
No ' llony of I Satisfactory Rind II i
Olven - Revs. In'llo and 1'0(1 1)ia-
11o ell to Go Into ( .3r'ieruttItte- ,
1'otItug the Ceiuiuty Atorn ( ) ' ,
Great develOpments were anticipated by
the matiy who elbowed one aQother In the
room of thc Board or Fire Ind Police Com-
Ills lonera Isst night
Ex.Polcemm : Cox had promlsell to testify
to the dark doings or the Iiolco department :
which hAd cOle under his notice while he
was a polcem n. Another ex-omcr. George
Linde , was also to have been 01 hatl with
chnrges against Chief Scan ) ' , anti 16ev. Alex-
tinder Irvine nod 110 % ' . n. J. 10\11 had
prom\el to tel nil they hall learned Ilurlng
their nocturnal peregrinations In the burnt
Ilstrlct In search ot evidence for the grand
Cox , however , did ' not appear. He was
not ready with his wlnes es. 11'e ' did nol
come , either , but the tolowlng note was read
to explain his absence :
"T the Honorable Police Commissioners . :
I shah not appear ngalnst Chile Sea\ ,
therefore you will kindly excuse me. "
This and the fact that Commissioner Coburn
had not appeared lade It doubtul whether
or not the investigation would be held at all
last night , but a messenger who hind been
sent to : Ir. Coburn's house having reported
hIm ns being out of town It was determined
to I'roceell wlhout him
IRVINE W0IJI.D NOT TEI.L.
llo' . Alexander Irvine , upon Illaton ex- i I
tended by Mr. Sirlclder , was sworn and de- ,
scrlbcd substantially what. ho and 11ev. Gregory -
ory J. Powell hail wititesoed on Ninth street
One nigh In the later part of February , 10
the effect that the two clergymen had seen
two men thrown out of a resort there by 0111-
ccr Flake , who returel ) to the house and remained -
mained there n considerable time .
"We are " Ball Mr. Irvine. "In a peculiar
positon In this investigation , for we do not
pretend to Implc.te ) Chief Scavoy. I al
under the inlprelslln however , thnt thIs olE.
cer , Fiske , whom I had never seen betore.
Is n connecting link between the higher ,
and the I
authorities ot the police department
denizens of the lurt ( listrict. I do not want
to be understood as making any dlr.c chag03
that 1 bo.
against the chief , and 1 might alhl
leve that this In\stgatol Is nil Immense
farce. This unfortunnte officer , nccordlnR to
my mInd , was simply following his orders.
'If he did not ( chow them coins other one of
the force would have , done It. "
"But " said Mr. Smith . "Scave- Is not
alone under In\sURaton : If you have an-
thliig against any one In any way connected
with the department we want to hear I ;
we are Investigating the whole deplrtlnent. "
"No " repled Mr. Irvine , "I have no spe-
cHic charges which I desire to malee PthbllC.
but I have this much to say that the system
followed by the department here gives a
great deal of leeway for exacting blackmai
from irostltutes. I endorse most heartily
the resolution at present before this board
for the suppresion of the social evil. "
Mr. Irvine then being crCs-questone1 by
Mr Strickler. went over the detaIls of the
Incident on Ninth street. which , however
differed very materIally from the story related -
lated by him on Monday nIght In regard to
the time that the ofcer remained In the
house H _ L after _ . . _ the . . _ _ men uU had L _ ben . _ ejected. _ ' .u' " On .u
Ionoay mglH ne sam ne oeleveu aoou non
an lour elapsed between the time the men
were ejected and time reappearance or the
offlcei. Lnst night he was not positive that
It was even five minutes. He admitted that
all he kne\v of what had occurred Inside of
Ui house WIS gleaned from the rambling
. tl le told by Ule"'tWt' ' ejected men. They
'did not charge nny rough treatment , and he
dill not pretend to say that there was any.
nor did he believe that the 01cer took any
or the money collected.
"So as a mater or flct , " said CommIssioner -
sioner Hartman , "the principal part oC your
testimony Is upon hearsay evidence. that Is ,
upon what these two men told you ? "
"Yes , sir ; I must admit It Is upon that In-
" " , . have In.
"Now continued Hartman , "you \
tmated that you wee , or are. afer some one
ether and above the patrolman m nton !
Now let us know who this Is or what you
meant by this remark ? "
AFER BIGGER FISH.
"We are not after any particular polIceman -
after the suppression of vice
man , nor are we afer
In any particular district : we are engaged
In a war on vIce In general , "
"Dut you have said that you believed this
officer to be a connecting link between the
vice of NInth street and that of the police
department what evidence have
: now you
to warrant thIs broad assertion ? We are
after this very iink. "
"I have nothing but my Impressions , " answered .
swered Mr. Irvine. ,
"You reported all or this matter to the
grand jury did you not , and It found no In.
dlctmen ts T"
" 1 reported it , but do n9t know whether or
not any Indictment were found "
Mr. Mahoney who represents Chief Selvey ,
here asked : "How long did the olcer you
heave mentioned remain In the house alter
the men were ejected , ns you say ? "
"Something over two minutes. "
Mr. Mahoney-have you any information
tor your belief that some of the higher au-
thorltes or the force ape In league wIth vice
In this city ?
Mr. IrlneI have my Impressions and
Mr. Mahoney-Why have you said that you
believed this investigation would be a farce ?
Mr. Irvine-It Is my opinion , but I Is not
necessarily based on. facts
"Do you doubt the Integrit ot thIs
board ? " here interposed Mayor Bemis.
"That Is a question , " replied Mr. IrvIne ,
"that I (10 not care to , answer "
"Ha\e you any preos that there Is cor-
rupton In this board ? " insisted ( Mr. Mahoney .
resuming the cross.exaniination . "Arc there
any facts which would indicate such a late
or affairs or which you are In possession ? "
"I refuse to answer " agaIn was the reply
' -Is I because you know nothing , or be-
cause you do not care to testify to what
you do know ? "
"There are many things regarding which I
do not care to speal before this board I
have nothing further to say . "
"But " said Mr. Mahoney , "you have me-
toned this onler or this Incident as the
connecting hole In I Jna of corruption : now
why do you presume that there Is rely
corruption among the higher olcials or the
department ? "
"Reca iso wherever I have ben this kind )
or "necalse exits , and the police In the
New York penitentiary case are living wit-
nesses to the tact. "
"Still you have no evidence that such a
state or affairs exists In Omaha have you ? "
"No ; I do not think I have , " answered
the wittiess . who then retired .
REV , G. J. POWEr.US nSTIMONY :
11ev. G. J. Powell corroborated Mr. Irvlne's
testimony regarding the Ninth street In.
'cldent , and concluding. said :
. "It la Inipossible to maintain our present
system of dealing with the social evil. I
Is lrOtuctve ( of temptation , and human
nature Is always vulnerable. "
"it would mallo no difference , would It ,
whether the inhabitants or Ninth street wore
scattered over Ihe city or hunched In one
dIstrIct ? " asked Mr. Smith.
"N ne whatever , " was the answer 'Vhat
I want to protest , against IB our system of
hal license. In this either the legislature
Is wrong or the city Is wrong They are
diametrically opposed under the present plan
We are nccommodllng ourselves to the
viciousness ot human nature. These houses
art mere schools or Imlwralty , where the
merest boy can lear his first lesson In vice , "
Joe " or the whom the
Frey , ona men two
reverend gentlemen bad reported t baye
seen ejected from the houab on Ninth street ,
testified , and corroborated the testimony be.
fore given , and juslfed OMcer Flke In
everything he did , and denying that he or
his companion was ejected. He said ( lie
two clergymen represented Ihemsclves I
reporters ot the World.Uerald" , and he and
his friend had laid them the truth ,
WIlam McCafrey : 1.'rey'8 companion. fol.
lowed In the same strain exonerating OUcer
otlJr Flake said h" ass. . railed Into ' 11.
house by the colored porter to qucl 0 dis.
tutbance , bul found none there and was about
to leAve when time two men passed hm In
LIO hl and went out. lie remained In the
heuse Just long enough to remonstrate with
the proprietor lout calling him In again for
the purpoSe ot collecting liquor bills and left
lie supposed that liquor WI sold In such
places , but never saw It done before . as ho
hMl enl ) been on that heat about sIx nights.
Ue tUd not know whether the parties hnll
lenscs or not. lie had not reported that he
had gone Into the 1100cc u hI did not think
It necessary , having overlook the rule r-
gl\Un the matter .
This ended , the testimony on the NInth
J. M. Mttnsky testfl 3S promlsel regard- .
lug certain remarks male , by ChIef SI\.c ) to
him nt time police saI . at unelalmecl goods at
iho police station Ibout three weeks ago
Ho alleged that Seavc made use or the cx-
IlreS810n : "I know who you are , Jerusalem ;
I have your namlown stairs wIth the rest
or them , "
The use ot the expression was practically
admIted , but itvas mal'c ' tluring the hurry
or the auction when : IUI8It ) h:11 : repeatedly
broken the riles rla\llg bids. Ills lame
was down Slalr ! . lS a mater or fact , as
he was lt one time arrestccl for stealing n .
horse and buggy , though he was subsequently
acqtiltted. Six or seven winesses were ox
alinCI to brIng out time facts as outlnc , ' .
After accepting the ttglalol ! ot Officer
Andrew laze , the boarl went into execut\c
sessIon , where I was , lchled to call time nt-
nllon I or the county atornel' 10 the fact
that I home ot prostitution , according to the
tlt101) of Revs . A. j7 . Irvine ntll ! O. J.
Powel alHl ! Otcer Fike , Joseph Frey ntHl
W'ilhiiihli lcense : leCatre , - ) ' , was . seling 1IIlor without -
Keel your blood pure Ind healthy all you
will not ha\e rhmeunlatismn . llood'e Sarsapa-
rilla gives the blo.d vitality and riChlhICes.
ria gl\es tht bled vl.\t ) anl rlchno.
CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDING3.
I'rluce and .J"cuhsPI Implore that ' boy Sic
(11015 red frol " ; )1 hI I I. "
Among the communicatons conslderfd b )
Iho city council at an ljolrned meelng last
nigh was a request from Councilmen Prince
anti Jacobsen of the committee on tire and
water to be cleared from the "odium" which
altachcll to the council on account of its reo
fusal to pay the disputed bills of the Amen-
can Wet r \ company. In explanaton
Ihey submlte(1 ( n slntcmcnt that the
Phonix Foundry compnny had been obliged
to shut down on account of the canceling at
orders for new material by the water worlts
company. They argued that lImo council
hall refused to 1m ' the bills. Conselluellly I
time water com pan had determined to aban. I
don its contemplatel' hUllrovements. The :
rotllr ) ' lost its contract and its emlloyes
were out of a job. For all this time counci
was to lllainto On thee grounds they wlnted
thin councIl to either pay the claim of the
water COlpan ) ' or else relieve the petitioners
from all responsibility . The petitIon was reo
erred to the finance committee.
Superintendent Hunt ef the water works
company Ilresenied u communicaton urgIng
time council 10 Insttuto nn investigation Into
the condition of the elphon tanks used for
fushing tIme sewers of the cl ) There are
300 of these tanks . and In Mr. Hunt's opinion
they sbould use but 1,200 gallons or waler
each per da ) ' . But he declares that 200 of
these tanls are defective and use 1.400 gal-
l'ns a day. On this basis he figures that the
water works camllany lose . 722 Iler tank In
0 year . .01 nearly $160.000 altogether. The
mater wi be looked up by the commltce
on fire and water.
Mr. J. N. T'Iee wi be retained to put In
sixty days of additional work on the tax
lists. 1 Is claimed that there arc a number
ot omissions In the returns of tIme assessors
and these will be Investigated.
The council voted to allow Mrs. Harriet
J.yman $50 for her claim for damages on account -
count or Injuries received hy n fail on the
siulesyalk lIen original claim was for $5.00.
The Board of Public Works was directed
to cause the removal or nn obstruction at
Eghleenth and Mnnderson streets The oh-
structon consists of a small shanly which
stands In the street just touth or the fair
grounds. Its occupants have successfully resisted -
sisted all previous efforts to move timem
Time contract for removing election booths
was awarded to James Stephenson at $6.99
The finance commle reported adversely
on the request or the Board of Fire and
Police Commissioners that the cost or the
new engine be paid out at the general tun l
The bill of , II. M. Waring for $11.80 for
stenographic work was alow J. This was
the sole souvenir ot the recent councimanic
investigation of the city engineer.
The February bill of the Sun Vapor Street
Lighting company was allowed after $78.63
was deducted , for Inferior 'service'
The resolution Introduced by Kennard nt
the previous meeting limiting the expendi-
tunes In the bewCr department 10 $00 a
month except .In cases ot emergency . was
lost by a tie . vote. I was claimed that the
amount was limsufilcient .
Among the new ordinances was a new
Board of health ordinance by TaylOr It was
similar to the ono recently passed. except
that It designated : the maxImum 1alarlc 10
be paid Instead at naming the exact figures.
It was referred to the finance comnmittee.
The Board or Public Works was Instruct
to repair South Fourteenth street from Jackson .
son to Leavenworth at an opnso not exceeding -
ceeding $199. _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _
' 'IOUIJLU FOR NEllISI. . rl ' 'IU . - \ ( ii.
\uny In the VicInIty or lul ulclt ! I11
Lose 'holr l'umisiotia.
IUlIOLDT , Neb , Much 22.-Speclal.- ( ! )
I Is reported here that quite n number ot
old soldiers In this vicinity are receiving let-
tens from Washington , asking them to sbow
cause why theIr penions lcuhl not he cut
down , or cut oft entirely. In one case In Particular .
ticular . the old penaloner hiss not ben out or
his bed for a long ( hue. and , Is totally mlii-
The citizens or lumboll called a mass
meeting for lonlght to see what can bo done
toward securing the location or a sugar tac-
tory here. ConsIderable interest Is being
Time funeral at Mrs. George Grulstead look ! .
place yestcrda from time Christian church at
2 o'clocl 'fhe frternal orders or tIme city ,
Masons , Odd Fellows miami Knights of l'ythlas ,
turned out In large numbers.
l'lailiiiimoiitli ) canlllrr Contust.
PINrSMOUTI. Neb . , March 22.-(8poclll (
Telegram.-1 third animal declamatory
contest or the Platsmouth schools was lick !
at the First Presbylerlan church tonIght antI
was largely attended ( . First honors wel'e
awarded , to Miss llud Mauzy , whose subject
was "Sisler and I. " She was awardec the
gold ledal , and will represent the local
schools at the district coni cst for soutimeast-
cnn Nebraska . whIch occurs In this ely Ixt
10nlh , In the oratorical class Miss Edith
Iuzzel was awanl11 first prlzl. rlls Maul
Hennll received first In the dramatc class
a/II Miss 1.lule Bcllnbary In the umorous.
Their subjects , respectively ! , were : "Scene.
bios' Defense , " "Briar Rose " and 1.e3sons
In Cookery. " There were nine comitestants .
Wherler I rHlly NO"II00.1 / , Oral , , .
I3A1ITLETT . Neb , March , 22-Speeial- ( )
Wheeler county Is greatly II need of grain
for seed and teeth . BeCIIeC ot the lack of
it tIle acreage cultivated will be greatly reduced -
duced bus ( year , 'fhe tel ! are tn no COO-
dlton 10 farm as extensively as usual , aM
even though pltnty of fee'l ! were furnhhe
at olce there would not h3 sufcIent tune to
Plt theIR In condition before worle com.
Work has been resumed on the irrigation
dlch of thl Nebraska Irrigation and Power
company at l rlcln , This ditch will be
extended as far as time noo'ounty line .
131.1 'ibiithiijt Trult IU 1.011 l'imie. .
LONG IIN ! , Neh. , March 22-Special.- ( )
The fish car at the Nebraska 1"lsh conlnluon :
In making its regular distribution stopped
at Long Pine and IJlalte 20.000 trout try
In the Long Pins river , A nursery hiss been
constructed about one ot the large springs ,
where Iho small ones can be shielded from
the larger dali. Another depodt of yearling
trout will be made II May.
Cuis Couily T"lch"r , ' , hthl , :
WEFi'ING W.\TI , Nfh. , March n-
The annual trachtr' Insttute for this county
will convene here Monday morning and con-
tuue for oue week. Superlnlendt11 arley I
bas Uodlfce\ \ this old plan very materialy
and a Good meeting ti expE'lel.
Use Brown' Bronchial Trochos.-"I have
commended them to friends "bo were public
speakers and they hat horoyad eirolely
aarviciaaIs . ) " _ nav henry W. . , lhsStde.r
NOT IN LOVE WITH \ \ ' IllS WIFE \
Mounted Pntrolmnn ' Haze MAkes ills Leave
of Absence Very Inacfinit3.
PROPCSES TO HAY AWAY FROM OMAHA
IrlorlNtlt \ f lnlroa.1 7.Inmi' " Wlo 'VI
Join 11m SOm - . \hnnl'on ' n 'Ifo
nli Five ChtllIren-WItnt , ! " .
In"o Ils to Nut ) ' .
AUtl' haze , I mountcl patrolman , has
severed l his connectou with the poleo fares
or thIs Cit ) ' . lie cate to 01ha a \umber
of years ago and obtained a imoaitioii on tInt
pollee force. lie taikcuI a beat for a few
timniuths , am ! in April , ISSS , lie vent on the
mounted force , wham hi continued until a
few days ago. At time first lnemtiiog of time
Board of Fire' timlul Police Comnniissioners tihs
montii lie was graimtetl a fl-e days' leave ot
absence , oxuimminimmg that lie 'nmited to visit
his paremmts , who reshle at. Pciia , ha , Selling
his horse alit ! bypotiii'cating liii salar' vithm
a shmort hum loan mmmnto , Ii liatle adieu to ltIs
'lfe situ lIve children and turned his back
lilian Oniahma. Nothing 'as thought of 1m14
nbsenc until a couple of dsya ago , although
it as kmlowhm that lie hind stayed awal' longer
thiomii his leave provldeil for , About this tinmo
uhgl ) ' stories comoirnencod to float through thiS
nil' , to the effect that there was a woman 1mm
time case , nail thimit Andy did not intend to
return. Yesterilay it IlecImno apparent to
time mint ! of Chief Seavey that Ilmuze had gone
to stay , for emoo of the mmoahls froni Chicago
brougimt a letter fromoi haze , together witht
lii tosiglmatiOli smith his sian.
A household in time commttmsion Incidemotal to
mno'immg , a leserted 'ile iim tears , witit
two little clmiiuircn CililgIhig to her dress , a
S'hiihiat bet Ic nd ghmbor lmolulimmg another churl
iii her arnie , mind two hmalf.grown boys star.
lug dem'pommmietothy at a letup , was ( ho picture
that greeted a reporter at 2512 llarney
strect last moighit , svimen un called to lmmter
view Mrs. Ammdrew Ilaze.
Mrs. haze did tiot care to talk lmmUClt about
( lie affair , but ilniuhly she salt ! : "Yes , it is
( rile thmat holy imusbammul has loft mno lenniies *
amml with mme source of revcmmtio except time
conmbitmod earnimmgs of mmiy young SOhiS , which
aggregate $30 per nmonthi , My imimeband has
left me with five children , tIme oldest being
15 y'cars of age. I have beomm in poor health
for several weeles. Mr. llmmzo hmas written me
three letters almico im vcmmt. away , time last
0mb beIng ( minim Ciiicago , bumt lie offers 110
explommatioii of lila strmmmmgo conmluct. Timers
was mio quarrehihig betwoemi mis , amid our do-
immestic relations u'ere agreeable , as I sup-
joosed , until lately , when I himtd rea.somm to be-
hero that thmero was a. womali in tlio case
Now thumit is all I care to say cmi that particular -
ticular stmbject. lie has left inn in bad
immmpe , v.ithmout a cent. I mu hot ( hi the best
of health , either , and this almost. drives me
frantic. lie 'emit away on a visit to lowu' .
and hmad lermieslomm to stay fifteen days. so I
did not realize until a ( lay or so ago tlmat I
hiimih been deeerted. I believe Ammuly has been
led astray. "
The two boys of MrL haze are mminly
yoting fellows. One of thuemmm earns $3.50 per
vech1 , aimi lie says Ito will give it all tq lila
nmothmer to help talce care of her and his little
sisters and brothit'rs. Time other hail. vhm
also earns a small salary , shares the 530110
setmtiimoeut. 'Flie total earnings , however , are
only $30 er month for a fammiily of six.
Mrs. Haze will give up her house today
and remove to 1619 Castehlar street.
Sonic of time people residing iii time vicinity
of time deserted hmoimmc say ( lint a married
wonman of Omaha ltzss won Mr. haze's
"friemmdslmip" and ( list time flight is till caused
by lien inilueoice over hum. It is furthermore -
more saul , that this wonman is preparing to
leave the city in time near future , and that
she will be joimmed by time ex-policenian later
on , :
It. is known that. haze has returned lila
star' to Chief Seavey' and tlmc report is ( lull
hiis inalnorata is tim wife of a railroads man ,
Cimiot Detective Ilemmry Haze , brothmcr of .
Andrew Haze , stated timat lie did not. k'now
of sufficient reasons ( hint would cause his
brother to leave his family In the manner
In which lie did. lie was aware that Andrew
had hind donmestic troubes for some time , and
had gotten In debt to some considerable ox-
( emit , but no one Was to blame but his
brother. lie heard of lii. intimacy with wo-
. .T.61i other titan his wife , but could not say
whether he would be joined at liii present
loaton ! by a woman of this city , as lied
WILL NOT BOTHER HIM.
Poserteti WIfe WiiiWalt Until liar Un-
falthCut 5l)0tm IN l'emiimileu.
Fritz Peterson , agent for the bottling do-
partnment of time Omaha Brewing association ,
deserted his wife and three children last
Monday and elopetl with Lottie Forgrave ,
an Inmate of a palace of sin at 114 South
Ninth street. Peterson was formerly the
proprietor of a meat imiaricet at Seventeenth
and Clark etreets for about two years , selling -
ing out three months ago. Since that time
lie has been in ( ho bottling business and his
work as afent took him to ( ho "burnt" dis-
tnict each day , where lie became acquainted
vithm time Forgrayo wonman. Peterson left
liii ; home , 1440 Shernman avenue , last Satur-
( IIi3' night , and hins lint. been seen by his wife
silica that tulle , \Vhmomm imo left lie stated
ho was going to a meeting down town , but
it was iearned lie wehmt to see time Forgrave
woman Itmstead. On Monday ito cent , a note
to his wife asking lien to meet hmlmim at tiio
Boston steno at 3'o'cloclc , Time wife went to
( lie iiiiOifltCd place , but Peterson failed to
show up , and instead wont to time German
Savings bank anti drew out $200 of time $370
lie hind 011 deposit and bought tickets to
Kansas City for lminisoif nmmd paramour and . : .
time two atminted on time evening train.
As soon as Mis , Peterson learned of tim
escapades of imer imtmsband shmo u'emot to time
hlamok inmml StOppel ( lie lonylnent of aimy more
money to lien hmusbammd , imnml at the botthipg
works , where lie was Interemted to time extent
of about $600 , she had mmoatters fixed so that
ho could not dislioso of his interests. Mrs.
Peterson stated that iic would not bother
her husband and would let lmlni go till lie
got tired anmi out of Inommey , vimemi she would j.
be iii a position to got revenge for hue ails.
It S mel l1miumli ! .ighit.
It was vei'y apparent that last night was
Danish mmgiit Ut thm Young Men's ChiI'istiara.
amnocintion mhuotlitoniumhi. 'rimis ( mict was made
manifest by thin nunierotis flags of time
PItick ) ' little imoniloern kimigdom whmlcii decorated -
rated the vahis of time spacious hail , bide by
side with time stars immimi tmth'ilCm4 , iid it was
further omoophinmiizem ! by time exccedingly large
gathering of the ShhtI and lnumgiiters of time
hind of Ohio Vikings , vhio tilled every avail.
'Fime Scantliflitvinmi Giec club opened ( ho
entertmiimmnent ; with ii eupiriterl anl patm'loUo
rendition of thit mititiuniml ammthem of Den.
marlc. and 11,011 MaJor Ll. W , ifaifold , ( Ito
in'esilemit of the Ycumig Memm'm4 Christian us.
mociation , , Ielivered an auhiremB of welcome ,
interspersed with hmuinorou4 ancemlotes about
time Ijammeut ,
Mr. 'I'heotiorn Olsen made a few' remarks
to hmlu countrymen , which were vehl re-
celvcul tmnd loudly tmpuiumumIetl , ! tlrs , Ryan
almul Sli' . W'oIl sang n. Vlmurfllhllif duct , entitled - .
titled "Ito , timntVe 'i'ms'oVei'e n-Muyhhlg , " -
iii nfl extremely pleaemiIlhf manner , This was
fohiomved hiy a short hut 111th ) speech by Mr.
John Mmmtiileacm * . "jeii Slilate l'aralo" svasi
recited 1) ) ) ' Mn , Enkeluoli , vimo vtts greeted
imy mnenitem ! mliplause , A vocal solo ,
"Ii'caens , " sting very sv'eolly by Miami Mo-
lmmnle Zuinthmicmen , elicited nn encore , and Mr.
Sophmumi 11 , Nehlmi of the 1)aimske I'icmeer
macis a few remttninm cmi "lariish Amen.
cmmmum" : SIm-s. Itymimi sang it ( etching ballad , I
"Merrily I Roam. " Wimich was greeted with
ttiupiatise , ammd Mr. inritrik ' .V. Obor , the
secretary of time Young Men's Christian us-
soelation , delivered aim umidress. 'ms enjoy- -
mtbln entertainment wait closed by the I8cmi. - '
dhmmavian flies chub slmmgiimg "America , " the
entire audience participating ,
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