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TTTE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER 2, 190&
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
R. C. Peters & Co.
tUOO W have to offir a li-room hnum
With city water and nwrr, well
built ami In excellent condition and
repair, one block from the Dodge car
line, (10.00 down and monthly pay
menta will take this.
fl.7K A alz-room house, north of B'mli
park and only two blocks from Har
ney car line. Has city water, gns
and electrlo light; shade and fruit
trees, strawberry beds and perma
nent cement walk. $0uo do wo and
11,809 A nine-room house, furnace, bath
and closet. Recently overhauled mid
put In good condition of repair. 1209
down and monthly payments. Look
at It. 3611 Mason St.
12,000 A six-room ail modern house etcept
lng furnace, only five years old. on
a deep lot, with chicken house, coal
house, some fruit trees and a grape
arbor; everything In good condition.
One block from car Una. $600 down
and monthly payments.
12,660 North of Locust Bt. on Bherman
Ave car line, In Kountae Place, we
have a brand new one-story house,
cemented cellar and furnace, open
nickel plated plumbing. A gem,
$600 down and monthly payments.
13,090 We have a newly built e-rooin huuie,
positively the best constructed In the
city. It Is finished throughout with
quarter-sawed oak and birch) good
i slaed lot and beautiful lawn; one
block from Walnut Hill car line.
Let us show you this. We can
make terms to suit you.
$2,300 A seven-room ail modern house at
3S09 Jackson St. In good condition
of repair, with cemented cellar and
permanent walks. Can be bought
on reasonable terms.
At fit and 418 North Sth Bt. we hare
tha most costly constructed double houne
i In the city. The exterior of the finest
limestone and the Interior of a superior
hardwood finish, with every modern con
venience. If you are looking for some
thing that will last for agea and necessi
tate but little outlay for repairs, tills ia tU
Bee us for price and terms.
R. C. Peters & Co.
110 South 17th Bt. (Be Bid.:.)
N. P. Dodge & Co.
$1,000 For a full aouth front lot. with
. cement walk, on Lafayette Ave.;
1(0 ft- east of 8th St, among
aome of tha finest residences in
Omaha. Tou can't buy a lot on
this street for leas than $1,250;
we only have this 'prloe for a few
days; one-half cash If you can't
TOO For two lota on corner, 100x1 10;
east front on tOth St., near Miama;
$ too For two 60x111 ft. lota on Mlamn,
a few feet east of J 0th Su Now
these are the cheapest lots In
Omaha today any real eslata
man knows It,
! N. P. DODGE & CO.
1714 Farnam Bt.
RE Ml0 1
New, B rooms, modern, south
front, 83d and Seward, eVSu.
Easy terms, same as rent
New 5-room cottage, modern,
SO feet front lot, near t6ih
and Ames, $130.
HAVE A HOME
l-room modern house, south of Leaven-
worth, one block from car, $i,800.
11-room house, ' all modern and large
tarn, nice nnisn, x&.uuo.
-room modern honsa on ear Una on
aay terms, $1,000.
8-room house on lot 90x140, with good
Darn, one mock rrom oar, h.w.
Boom 3. N. Y. Ufa.
'Phone Douglas m.
FREE LAND WANTED Can provide beat
olaaa o( settlers tor any good territory;
want iree ioa for,,uuo intelligent, ex
perienced American farmers; strict in'
veatinauon invited. - Address F. Moor,
ixick uox Im, Minneapolis, Minn.
RE Mill 83x
HOMES IN THE WEST
There are yel hundreds uf uuttuuiia of
aorea uf goou government land in AUaaourl
and ArxauiMj auDject u nouiesieaa vuiiy.
ll only costs $14 to own loo acres. Huuiuy
climate, aood soil, uure water and wail
timbered. My booa. just priniau, tu about
ucaliou, how to get it, etc it auto UUia
about iiomeeteada in the new rich state cC
Ukiaiioma aba many ouier luterteung uii
taie about me great west, ft la ILaO call.
j. tsi. suiiu.
Leader block, bpriugnalrt, Mo.
A. P. TL'KEY A SON.
We Offer 66x132 ou the north aide ejf
iaveuport, second lot west of ItUi bu
lor 31.b0. 1 he lot ia vacul a..u prac
tically ou grau. uu top sc uu nui
near higu school and Crelghloa oiling.
e us about uus lot at aac.
A. P. TUaJbX at bON,
4it Board eX Trade. Tai. Douglaa-2l8L
itM, MJk4 1
liEKE IS TOUR OPPORTUNITY.
wlii oner for aale a tew days only, two
tracts of ground at tne corner of Ud
ami i amain, a a price thai will juauiy
Uiair use for medium pricea uoaiee.
T'ONIEbi LOCATION IN llim Wll
William K. hotter, 8ul farowu iilk.
CANADA LAND. CANADA LAND.
INVESTMENT OF ALL.
ITiey come to you direct from owner; no
taenia: best hard wheat lands at 9 to ta;
aay terms; others ask $15. Avoid the
heavy commissions. Man oraers souoiteu,
Write us today; we save you money. T,
A. Parker Land CO, Spencer la.
RE MS84 S2S
Lire In One
Rent the Other.
U3s and 1U0 South Hat street with one
Qround TSxlfiu, East front on paved
TUolUB bRENNAN, Koom 1. New Toik
mw BALK Good corner lot on paved
street, two blocks from car line, twenty
minutes' ride from Y. O. ; price, UTS. caab
or pay menu. Box 17, uniana. iseD.
KMr vntllif 4.MAm knMu eiifl.lnf mnnA 1m.
cation. Be KIT . South loth. In'aulre 1U1
vision du iu-4uu u
rmTHI.K CORNER, with four residences
within out block of Dosiofflue. South
Omaha; nicely located, alruuat within a
Stone a tnrow or ouaineaa ceuier, r. J.,
rubllo library, high school and street car
t la cia-neJ by a nonresident and li
going. Rents for per laoiuh. What
more can you eskf Prloe. V; partly
caah.- balance par oent. Investigate at
once. n bi, douvq vuiaua.
RQ 1U $
rflR BALB Lot tV Tuttle'S subdivision.
aorner tbth and gprague fits., a t-acre
tract, which makes U fine lots, iuxlM
teet. and alley. Price, $2. cash.
Block No. IM. Florence, on Main St., Just
north Omaha city limits, t feet, faclnif
east on car line, oy zm reel aeep, a
baautlf ul borne alta, streets on all aides.
Price. ll.aoO cash. Both good buys.
Aalreaa Gerard Brandenburg, owner. Los
1 V. - Sale Bureau. (04 Neville block. Real
Batata and InvesUnents. Kk Mia tit
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
Near D. and T. Institute. Co. Bluff, nice
smooth upland, wiui lair improvement;
lvel road to city. Price, $i.5O0. H. Q.
McOee, Co. Bluff a, Ia. HE
FOR SALE By owner, modern 7-room
nouse, wnn gooa Dim anu umn-ui. nuuiu.
front, full lou Telephone Maple MIL
re m x
FOR SALE FARMS
FINE FARMS AND RANCH
LANDS, UNION PACLFIO
Is closing out Its lands In western Ne
braska. Colorado and Wyoming.
From $1.00 to 16.00 per acre,
Take advantage of the low price and easy
terms offered, the opportunity will loos
Special excursion rates to the landa
For further information apply to
UNIG.V PACIFIC LAND AOENCT.
$1$ South lath St., Omaha, Neu.
Yes. we have two or more of our Justly
famous low -rate excursions Tuesday, Sep
tember 4th. If OU are going anywnere
to look at cheap land with a view of buy
ing, see us. We can secure TOU a ticket
much cheaper than TOU can buy it. We
have 18 people to go anyway, and might
rviaslhlv ret along without 1 OU. but if
IUy care lo so cuti munuajr aiiu mm 11 a
i'ou a ticket ana mane you iairiy con
'nrtahle on the entire triD. and show ToU
land your better Judgment will tell you to
purchaM. Now, It is up to TOU.
THB CONTINENTAL REALTT CO.,
S2-M U. S. NatX Bank Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
X ALVI S
CHEAP FARMS In South Dakota; big
crops. Dig rusn; iv.wai acrea to seieci
from; $10 per acre and up. Chance of a
lifetime. Buy from owner. Cheap ex
ruralon every Tuesdar. Come at one.
. J. fi. Haslitt, Marlon, S. D.
xi iM.ii a
Western Kansas Wheat Lands
(0.000 seres of fine wheat lands, $4.00 te
$15 00 per acre. Special excursions every
Tuesday. Write for particulars. Olobe
Land and Investment CO., umana, iseo.,
and Sioux City. la. li MCI SU
A GOOD bualness lot for sale. Best loca
tion in town. Address J. J. r., r remont.
Neb. RE MJ63 SZ2
17. B. Sale Bureau, $04 Nurllle block. Real
Estate and investments. rtxu wa b
FOR SALE California land opening; rest
dence not required; some improvements
necessary; instruction book tree, c m
E. Association, 108 Chamber of Commerce,
Los Angeles, Cal. , 11-128 2x
4S0 ACRES IN BANNER COUNTY.
Nine miles from Karrisburc. county arat
level land, soil is of black vegetable mold
on a clay subsoil, Is very rich, works fine,
having no rocks or stones; Ltw acres in
cutivatlon. balance pasture and hay land;
good fences, sheds and other outbuildings
and wind mills; neat 6-room dwelling; price
only $10 per acre; it would make an Ideal
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
1st Floor N. Y. L. Bldg. Tel. Doug. 178L
LEVEL corn land for salo and exchange;
Free lists, li. L. Craven 4k Co., una wo.
Cheap W estern Landa
l.ono.OOO acres Colorado. Kansas and No
braska lands, J to fi.t0 per acre, uov
ernment homesteads located. Printed lists
giving legal description and prices, also
ronpn, pictures, eic. iree.
TUB STERLING INVESTMENT CO..
201 Front SL, Sterling, Colo.
COMEJ WHERE CROPS NEVER FAIL
Free Information about Irrigated land In
the Grtdley Colonies, Butte Co.. Califor
nia. No crop failures on irrigatea iana.
Five to six croiis alfalfa every season-
Dairying and stock raising highly profita
ble. Peaches, grapes, figs and English
walnuts give big profits. Abundant water
for irrigation at low rates. A reruie ana
prosperous section, with rooa scnnois,
churches and arood roads. Two railroad.
Good market. One hundred families have
settled at Uridley the last year. Many
more coming. Write for free printed
CHA8. F. O'BRIEN. Gen'l Mgr.,
11C Post St., San Francisco, CaI
60.000 acres of fin" wheat lands, $4.00 to
$15.00 per acre. Special excursions every
Tuesday, write for particulars, moue
Land and Inveetment Co., umana, rueo.,
and Sioux City, la. h auzi sis
1.000 ACRES AT $4.00 AN ACRE.
In western Nebraska, soli Is black loam
on a heavy clay subsoil. Is very rich and
easily worked; no stones. The owner Is
anxious to sell. The same kind of land
tinder Irrigation sells as high as $100 an
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
1st Floor N. YK L. Bldg. Tel. Doug. 178L
TUESDAY IS ANOTHER GOING DATE
to the wonderful South Valley or eastern
Colorado. Very low rate of $14.70 for the
round trln. Fare refunded to buyers.
We have a few 4u's at $8 per acre on easy
terms that will be worth o to iw wnen
the proposed government canal Is built
$4 per acre caah and 10c per acre per
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON CO.,
1201 Farnam St.
TI. 8. National Hank Bldg.
OPEN MONDAY EVENINGS TILL S:.
A-l Farm For Sale.
Will raise IS to 40 bu. wheat per acre
10 to 0 bu. corn, 50 to 76 bu. oats, 40 to 16
bu. barley and other crops in proportion.
In well sottled community in eastern part
of South Dakota, within a few miles of
a town that has for nine sucoesslve years
shipped more wheat than any other coun
try town in the U. 8.; 100 to 840 acres Ini
proved and unimproved. Bargains at $17 M
to $30.00 per acre, either for home or In
vestment. Part cash, easy terms. 'Ex
cursion every Tuesday. For rates and In
formation call on or . write FIDELITY
REAL ESTATE AND TRUST CO., 644 Bee
Bldg.,pmaha, Neb; H 251 fx
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
OARVIN BROS.. 1604 Farnam, I and H
per cent loaua uu teat eaii, uv um.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
WANTED City loans snd warrants. W
Farnam Smith Co., 144) saruam Bt.
BUILDING loans on residence property; I
per caul. w. a. aieiate, nainge xtia.
LOWEST RATES lie nits, Paxton Block.
. w 1.1
PRIVATE MONET-F. D. Wead. liiu Doug.
$1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and rest.
dance property in omana; lowest rat.a,
n delay. Thomas brciiuan, K. 1, N. Y
4.UO. " a
WANTED City loans. R. C. Peurs Co.
City it farm loaua O. F. Carson Co.. N.Y.L
LOANS on improved city property. W. H.
ilioiuax. mm rirat Mauonat eaiix ciag.
$S.0uw In $5M and t'iuO amounts. M. J. Ken
uard Co., suo-io Brown iicK w Jul
LOW ratea Private money. $600 and up.
CHAS. E. HILUAMBUN CO.
MORAND'8 classes for adults reopens
iueaaay, Heptember 4, at I p. in. A reduc
tion of $2 on all tickets bought On or be
fore opening night. Call 16th and Harney.
Open all day and evening; Sunday I to 6
leiepnone iougiaa HU. opening assent'
Diy September a. m in box
I0HN8ON; InsUtute. 4U N. T. U TeL
DR. W. W. BOWSER, ever UOO Farnam.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
DEWET European hotel. Uth and Farnam,
Dong. 611 O. M.E. Hani Trnnks
Thurston hotel; rooms UK up per week.
CAPITOL HOTEL, Wth and Capitol Are
soutn front; rooms wiut or wtuiout uoaro.
GOOD table board, tot So. J 5th Are.
m us six
BEAUTIFULLT furnished and all modern
front rocnis at reasonable prices, nil n.
10th. E MTU Xx
MODERN rooms; shade; fine neighborhood;
ue of piano. 2302 Sherman Ave., phone
Douglas 3114. E MSTS ox
TWO newly furnished south front rooms;
connected by door, frivate lamuy, mot
Harney. 'Phone Douglas 5840.
E 901 6x
I ROOMS, housekeeping. 111 8. Uth.
EXCELLENT modern furnished room for
one person. Phone in house. i4 Har
ney lit. E-MS30
NICELT furnished rooms, modern; pleas
ant surroundings; good board; reasonable
rates. The Rose, 2v20 Harney St.
ONE large, well lighted, south room, mod
ern; hot water heat, isos capital Ave.
E MD15 8
NICELY furnished room for gentleman;
modern conveniences, zio N. ud.
E M914 I
FOR RENT Large furnished front room.
tliOK Douglas St., omana, incd.
ALl IO U
BLBOANTLT furnished front room for one
or two gentlemen, convenient to business,
private family, references. 114 So. Wth
Ave. E M2S3 3
A NICELY furnished front room, with
alcove, all modern, with steam heat; also
one nice single room. 122 B. 26th St. Tel.
Doug. 6309. E 248$ 2x
ROOM for two gentlemen; private family;
modern. 1712 Davenport. a Mtt ax
DESIRABLE front rooms, suitable for two,
modern, 117 o. Wth bt, i I
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
On direct line to South Omaha. Amer
lean and European, corner 13th and Jack
son Sts. The best modern and up-to-date
medium priced hotel In the city, and the
only one that has a long dUtance tele
phone, and steam heat In every room.
Elegant rooms with private baths. Pub
lic baths free to guests. We are now
ready for permanent and transient guests.
Call and see us and get satisfactory ratea
It. A. uinge, props. earn wauman,
M. A. Nagi, Manager.
Doug. 611 0. M. E. Haul Trunks
VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms, cafe.
MODERN rooms, home cooking; reasonable
price. Hi Howard St. 'lei. uougiaa
8668. F M3K0
609 So 26 th Ave. Good board, neat.
clean rooms; private family; modorn
conveniences. 'Phoxie. F 725 lx
2 LARGE rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
with or without board, izu f ark Ave.
F M ix
PLEASANT steam heat rooms, choice
meals. 817 S. 18th. F-S4 2x
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
TW O oleasant unfurnished rooms, modern.
Private lamuy. oooa ooara near. in
So. 25th Ave. 'Phone Doug. 6ti58.
G M9'JS 2
FOR RENT HOUSES
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
prices. Tel. Douglas 161-5. Schmnller A
Mueller -iano vo.. iai-i4is arnam.
UUUOiO c p.ters b. Co.. Beo Bldg.
RnTTSPQ In all parts of the city. The
UUUQEjO 0- jt, iavU Co., 60S Bee Bldg.
HOUSES. Insurance. Ringwalt, Barker Bk,
OMAHA Van & Storage Co., pack, move,
store H. li. goods; storehouse. U20-1M N.
Uth. Office, 1611 Farnam. Tel. DougUM.
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van fltor.
age Co. Tel Doug. 14W. Office. 1713 Web
ater St P M
BUILDINGS TO LET.
1213-15 Harney St., 4-story and basement.
lm Farnam. 1-storv and basement, 22x120.
Will put either of above in condition to
W. FARNAM SMITH CO.,
) Farnam SU
See us when shipping household goods to)
large cities west. We can save you
money. EXPRESSMEN'S DELIVERY
CO., ut r. EMAteenin au is. mui-
AM. TRANS. CO. Household and other
jt -. , n ' I T . .. i.tA. line lTar-
FOR RENT Store room, Wth and Vinton
sts., i. ,
C. M. BACHMANN. 435 Paxton Block.
MODERN house, near park. Apply l509 ,
COUN8MAN-VAN BURGH CO.,
Storaae and Transfer: best storage house
In the city. Immediate attention given
1K29-31-31 N. lblh St. lei. uougias-aoia.
D 936 Ol
I am nov. ready tor applications for
the handsome new apartments at
I4th and Harney (facing Senator
Millard's home) and only 5 minutes
walk from city hall each 8-room
apartment, $50. See them at once,
613 N. Y. L. Doug. 1471.
4-ROOM modern fiats, 1112 S. Uth.
10 ROOM brick, steam heat, 1414 Sherwood
Ave. Trenery, ISutiVs Farnam St.
ROOMING bouse, No. HI South 17th street.
Steam heat. 14 rooms, the nearest one for
boarding and ' rooming. Bee room, 2u2
Neville Bik. D 7ui six
TO RENT Eight-room, modern house. 2610
Chicago St. E. A. Smith, 2-6 Neville Bik..
telephone Douglas Mai. D MS7J 1
HOUSE TO LET.
1637 Park Ave., 9-room modern. Facing
Hanacom Park. $36.
W. FARNAM 8MITH aV CO.,
114 Farnam St.
Modern house and barn, 1120 South $lst
Modern house $0t South 23rd St. $27 80.
Thomas Brennan, Room 1, New York Lite
Bldg. D M9ol
TWO new 6-room houses, southwest corner
20th snd Clark, modern except furnace,
finished September lo;' rent U3 and $3.
Ringwalt Bros., Sot 8. 16th St.
D M929 t
10-ROOM, all modern, almost new, house,
at 710 N. 40th; porcelain bath, stationary
washtubs, polished oak floors, large barn;
rental $60. L. D. Spalding. 'Phone Doug.
230. 210 S. Uth. D Mil 8
COZY cottage 6 rooms, $18 per month, W4
South toth St., Leavenworth car line ono
block; vacant September li can be rented
new from the owner, $18 South ex h St.
4O 164 sS
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR RENT A modern s-roorn cottage:
furnace, full lot. barn and cistern, uli
Ersklne. D 43 I
PA TNE. BOSTWnCK at CO..
141 N. vth, 6-r. cottage, city water $12.50.
tint Burdette. 6 r.. strictly modern except
furnace, raw $14.
4117 charlea, r., city water Inside, fur
Sit 8. ioth Ave., r., etrtotly all modern,
nice yard $30.
tlO N. 21st. 0 r., strictly modem, new;
snaiies, gas range and iaunory healer fur.
nlshed free IM.
$47i Harney, 10 r., strictly modem, Just
overhauled and put in nne snaps lor
rooming house $60.
$474 Harney, 14 r., strictly modern. Just
overnauied sod put in nne en ape tor room
ing house $U6.
to S. X7lh, t r., strictly modern except
lurnace; nne vara
PAYNE. UOSTW1CK St CO..
Sixth Floor N. Y. Ufa Bldg
T-ROOM modern cottage, new, 123; no small
children. 8417 Poppleton Ave.
4 ROOMS, modern, to family of adults.
am fierce St. u auu tx
JW2 S. 20th Ave, s-room cottage, 112.
2332 Maple, just completed, 7 rooms, strictly
2221 Cuming. 8 rooms, strictly modem, $30.
Corner of lth and Lake, i rooms 2d floor.
strictly modern, gas, electric light and
steam heat building, just completed, $25.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
First Floor N. T. L Bldg.
'Phone Douglas 178L
D ISO I
BEAUTIFUL new modern house of 6
rooms, fine location, north; owner
leaving city permanently, will rent
to first-class tenant for $85.
618 N. T. L. Doug. 1472.
Jt'ST WHAT YOU WANT.
Good 6-room house at 28th and Blondo.
This house has gas, city water also well
water; Just been newly papered through
out and about to be painted and new
roof; is In good condition and cheap at
$16 per month. Good yard.
CHAS. IX WILLIAMSON CO.,
1201 Farnam BU.
$22.60 8-r., all modern house, near 42d and
$14.00 New 4-r. cottage, near 41st and Jack
RHIMER A CHASE CO..
1609 Farnam. Ground Floor. Doug. Jfl7.
I H7 i
FOR RENT Fine -room modern brick
dwelling, 213 8. 29th Ave. 147.60. Strictly
modern apartment in Davldge Bldg., fac
ing Farnam. $40.00. 2-story brick building.
1113 Harney, aw.uo.
JOHN W. ROBBINB, 1SUB J? AxviN A M r.
1 ia a
NEW S-roosi modern, gas. electrlo light.
hot and cold water, full paeement, fur
nace, stone wslks, tWl No. 18th St., pae-
sesalon September 10. IMone Christie,
Doug. 132, Room S, N. Y. Life Bldg.
D 221 t
1521 GEORGIA AVE., 7 rooms, modern ex
cept furnace; $26.00.
J. II. SHERWOOD,
Phone Doug. 3SS. 987 N. Y. Life.
u ii s
FOR RENT The large and commodiou
house at corner 19th and Capitol Ave. Has
Jum been put in splendid condition T all
modern conveniences, electrlo light, beau
tiful fixture, handsome bath room, newly
decorated throughout. For rent to re
SDonMlhle party only at $75.00 per month.
Illcks Real Estate Company, 19 Board of
Traue Bldg. leiepnone, uougias ma.
WANTED TO RENT
BY October 1, 6 or 6-room modern cottage
near car line. Address O $0, In care of
Bee. K.-B5 zx
Do You Wish to Make a Change
11 you have a farm, home,- business or prop
erty that you want to sell or exenange
GLOBE "LAND AND INVESTMENT CO.,
Omaha, Neb., or Hloux City, la.
FOR BALE A first-class Job office with
A-l newspaper plant in connection, pub
lishing three papers m surrounding
towns; jar type all new; aoing goou
business; excellent reasons for selling;
located at Hastings, Neb. Write now,
or come, as this snap will not last long.
Prices lew. Address Box &16, Hastings,
FOR SALE Drug stock and fixtures; In
voice $4,0U0; county seat town In south
western Nebraska. Owner has tco much
outbide business. Write if you mean
business. Address O 9, care Omaha Bee.
NATIONAL INFORMATION BUREAU
One dollar registration fee brings fullest
obtainable information ; any subject; serv
Ice at nominal cost. For particulars ad
dress, Inclosing stamp, 401 Munsey Build
ing, Washington, u. c. x iu zx
I will sell at public sale, to the highest
bidder, at York. Neb., Sept. 81, lHott, at
I p. m., the L. D. Metssner stock of dry
goods. - A clean, complete stock. Invoiced
over $18,400.00, Including fixtures. Best
location In town. Come any time and
Inspect the stock. C. H. KOlllng. Assignee,
York. Neb. x mi b
BUSINESS CHANCE General sales man
acrer wanted: well known manufacturing
company, doing largest business of Its
kind in U. 8., desires to contract for a
term of years with capable, trustworthy
man to take charge of branch office and
manage aalesmen In his own city and ter
ritory; liberal aalary, commlaelon and al
lowance for office expenses; manager must
place on deposit $1,000 during term of em
ployment, under contract to ie muiuauy
satisfactory, and furnish good references
as to Integrity; salary and commission
should average $'A) monthly; permanent
and ro'ln business assured right party.
Address Manager Sales Department, lluA
Chamber of Commerce Uldg., Chicago.
WANTED Lanre. well established roanu
facturlng company, making staple Una of
goods widely known, wants satisfactory
man with $tS,0u0 cash to establish and
carry on branch business; $225 per month
salary and all expenses, with share of
Droflts extra: unuaually safe investment,
permanent engagement and high-class
business; good for $5,000 per year or bet
ter, with big future increase. For partic
ulars, furnlnh references and address
Business, 67 wabasn Ave., cnirago.
Y 78 2x
EARN $200 and upwards monthly; we teach
you the mall order business, including ad
vertising and business correspondence, by
mall; by our system you can easily make
large profits without Interfering with
present occupation; no capital required;
we co-operate with you, help you secure
customers and assist you to a quick suo
cess; Interesting booklet free. The Mall
Order Lyceum, 118 Phelps Bldg., Scran-
ton, fa. 1 (o
a a r-. k 1 Uim the new business In one
VlPl day; big money; permanent
woik In your locality. Investi
gate. Particulars for stamp. F. R. Ritter,
b, coiumous, J.
PARTY with capital of $5,000 can purchase
a manufacturing pusineas paying a pruni
of from $260 to w montniy. Amnun
all i.atent riahta. factory, materi
als. etc. Other interests requiring all of
present owner's Urns and attention 00m
pel him to offer at this price. Address
H SO, care uora 1 nomas, u yiM Ix
Patents Secured or Fee Returned.
Send model or sketch for free opinion as to
patentability. Send for Illustrated Guide
Bock. Contains 100 mechanical move
m.nta and 1.1 BT OF INVENTIONS
WANTED. Particulars NEW TRADE
MARK LAW. COPIKlUHTB, eto. Pat
ents advertised free In World's Progress.
KYAMB. WlLKtM CO.,
888 F St.
Ington. D. C.
YOU can never profit by business chances
unless you nave aome money; amen sav
iriaa are the foundation of ierae fortunes
start a savings account with J. L Bran
dele A Son, Bankers. 14 la and Douglas
tits. Assets ever 4U0.Uvu, x
Land today Is the safest, best-paying in
vestment, values are increasing rapiaiy.
Secure yourself and buy good land while
you can. We have land from $6 to ijO
per acre. Offer safe and reliable Invest
ments and transact a strictly legitimate
business. If you Want to sell, buy or ex
change property or make Investments, see
or write us and we will give prompt and
1LENRY II. GENAU,
V. 8. Pales Bureau,
804 Neville Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
FOR SALE or exchange Fine $9,000 stock
or clothing, shoes, furnishing goods, in
central Illinois town of K.uuo population.
Want good farm or city property. Ad
dress O 81, care Bee. Y 119 8
FOR BALE OR TRADE Bowling alley snd
amusement parlors; only one in town uf
over 4.000 people; alleys and fixtures all
new; can be purchased at a great bar
gain If taken at once; owner must sell on
account ot other business; will bear
closest Investigation. Call or address W.
C. Ramsey, Albla, Ia. Y 2o7 8
FOR BALE OR TRADE A stxty-barrell
roller mill, with gasoline engine, all com
plete, for sale or trade for good Ne
braska land. Inquire of John J. Goebel,
Hartlngton, Nab. Y M906 2
WANTED Elderly gentleman partner In
lucrative manufacturing ousiness. Heri
feldt. 94 Windsor Hotel. Y-904 2x
FREE To purchaser of clear lot, mfg.
own near tk i. l,ouis, price 110, uniiui
ing plan to make $26 week with $100 capital
Handle your own money. Interstate
Land Co., 818 Mass. Bldg., Kansas City.
80-ROOM hotel, nice grounds, two lota,
gooa Dusiness, iz,boo. c. . mat Die,
Shelton, Neb. Y 94 x
SEND $28.00 for 25 shares New World
(Montana) Smelting Company stock to
C. J. Steeple, 102 First Ave., Seattle,
Wash. Will mall certificate Immediately
Bank references. Y 9a2 2x
FOR SALE General mdse., living rooms;
money maker; small town; investigate;
object to retire from business; tB.ow will
buy It. Address Box 646, Douglas, Wyo.
FREE SIX MONTHS Financial paper con
taining important news from Mevada and
Oregon great gold fields; read It; learn
the stocks that are money makers; mailed
six months free on request. American
Securities, 84 Broadway, New York.
HARDWARE and furniture stock for sale
at a bo r gain, central Iowa; Invoice about
$4.0"0; could be reduced; good reasons for
selling; owner has other business; no
trades, but will sell and give purchaser
time on part of invoice. Address O 4S,
care of Omaha Bee. Y M17S 8
NO MAN EVER BECAME RICH
from his work alone; most large fortunes
are the result or trade; you have the same
opportunity to make a fortune; will you
accept UT Write for our booklet, "Sci
ence vs. Speculation." Maeaulay ft Co.,
265 La Salle St., Chicago. Y-174 tx
FOR SALE First-class steam laundry In
ctty or quarter million; exclusive location:
own building on very favorable ground
lease; four wagons; weekly receipts, $400;
at sacrifice. Address Salmon, Boston
Block, Minneapolis, Minn. Y 178 2x
$600 to $6,000 makes you independent. Ad
areas immediately room 12m, iuh ruiton
Bt., Mew York. Y 126 Zx
START a mall order business; we furnish
everything necessary: only few dollars rc
quired; new plan, success certain, costs
nnining to investigate, aiiiDurn-nirKS,
8b8 Dearborn St., Chicago. Y 160 2x
FORTUNES from Abalone Pearls, Jewelry
ana Marine rood froaucis. own cannery
and fisheries; few shares $1 each. Aba
lone Packing Co., 122 Jordon Ave., San
'rancisco, cal. x 149 zx
OTHERS have mads fortunes In mines;
send for our rjrosrectua something differ
ent than the rest; the 'new Eldorado of
Wyoming; get In on our prospecting deal.
Phillips son, snosnonl, wyo. 1 147 u
GOOD undeveloped mines furnished; stock
taken in payment; utile or no money, we
receive our pay wnen mine pays aivi
dends. Yuba Gravel Mining Co, Broad
way, Oakland, Cal. Y 142 2x
MONEY furnished on bond and stock
Issues In high-class propositions: loans
and charters secured: will take Interest
In new corporation. First National Bond
to., iiector uiag., inicago. 1 iub xx
MONEY Do you need It T We are in a
Doeltlon to furnish cartltnl for any mor-
Itorioua enterprises; we can sell your
.stocks and bonds quickly on commission
basis; money advanced on good securities;
charters procured in any state: do not
fall to confer with us. It will be tn your
interest. H. Kaats Co., Bankers, la
coma Bldg., Chicago. Y 109 tx
WHEAT $12.60 buys five upa and Ave
downs; good for one week; t-cent advance
or decline from price gives 1100 pront;
write for particulars. Commerce Grain
uo., commerce uiag., l nicer o. t-iwi xx
SEND for "Successful Method" of trading
In grain with small capital: booklet and
market letter sent free; rererences. com'
stock at Co., Commerce Bldg., Chicago.
Its manufacture most profitable Industry In
America: demand far exceeds supply.
According to contractors' estimate, con
ditions will continue same for years; ce
ment rapidly taking place of lumber,
brick and stone, being cheaper and more
durable. The world Is entering upon "the
cement age." We have Immense valuable
deposit Portland Cement materials on
railroad in famous southern Kansas gas
and cement belt and own fuel supply, gas
and coal. To secure additional funds for
erection of plant we offer aome treasury
stock below par. Construction work go
ing on. Big dividends assured. Write
for particulars contained In illustrated
prospectus. The Guthrie Mountain Coal
and Cement Co., 816 Hall Bldg., Kansas
-11y, 010. x
CONFECTIONERY, lee cream and cater.
Ing bualness In city of over lO.Ono. no 00m
petition, svertge sales $100 per day, will
sen for invoice, write for particulars.
Wm. Madgett. Hastings. Neb. Y
WORTHY people started In advertising
business; capital or experience unneces
sary: credit extended. Commercial Berv
Ice Co., 22 St. James Bldg., New York.
FOR BALE A good restaurant, doing a
nne ousiness, in county seat town or z.oon;
must sell within 10 day-t. Address N 67,
care pee. I M41 BIT
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Rubber automobile tire; reward.
Return 10 c. i wiikins, Dewey hotel.
STRAYED Bay mare pony; last seen go
ing east at tiKnorn, Net). Notify Wll
llara Wright, Valley, Neb. Reward.
FOUND Pair nose glasses In case. Call
ft N. Y. Life and pay for this ad. and
. owner can nave property. 40 Sx
FOUND A lady's gold watch (engraved)
zouna on I'inKney or, owner osn re
ceive same by calling at 1 Plnkney Bt.
LOST Small sorrel mare; reward If re
turned to Foley Bros., 2816 Farnam.
LOST Brooch with It diamonds and 18
opals. Reward for return to Dr. Powell,
aw raxion oiocx. ioai aiua
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BU' SECOND-HAND
FL'RNITURE. stoves, earpets, clotbln
and shoes. Pay the best prices. Ta
Douglas 8V7L N 461 Si
WANTED Engine, type, newspaper or Job
press, itHxiz or larger, isox mi, stroma,
burg, Neb. N a6 tx
WANTED Hard coal burner; must bo In
first-class shape. Tel. Red 6001-
N 187 8
LTNOSTAD H'5 ?
. ,nDun oornsr lath St and
m. vyn . a, Capitol Ave. 146
WE HAVE a new press no Job too large
809 Sept 16
COMPLETE line of 1907 Calendars. Snail
J fruiting Co., 810 B. 12th Bu . -k!93 Ol
WITHOUT AN OPERATION. All kinds
of piles cured Internal, external, blind,
bleeding or Itching piles. A guarantee
given In every case treated by Dr. Max
well, who has had twenty-five years' ex-
fertence In treating pllea. Hundreds of
eatlmonlals given on application. 624 Be
Bldg., Omaha, Neb. 'Phone Douglas-1421.
1NY POOR GIRL in need of a friend call
or write to the matron of the Salvation
Army Home for Women at 8824 N. Zth
Pt., Omaha. Neb. U-MW0
TRY KELLY'S Laundry. 'Phone Douglas
l&ao. c m
DR. ROY, Chiropody, R. t A 8, 1605 Farnam.
PRIVATE confinement homa Mrs. Dr.
King, 1018 N. 21st St, Tel. Doug. 8M9.
PI FATINO Buttons Ruchliig,
1 Ltn I Embroidering.
Dyeing and Cleaning, Sponging and Shrink
ing, only 60 per yard. Send for price list
UOLDMAN PLEATING CO.,
MO Douglas Block. Tel. Douglas 1931
Tel. Doug. 264,
til 8. Uth St.
VRIVATE home during confinement. Mrs.
Garde), t216 Charles. TeL Doug. 6311.
THE Salvation Army solicits cast-off
doming; in ract. anything you do not
need. We collect, repair and sell, at 114
N. 11th St.. for cost of collecting to the
worthy poor. Call 'Phonw Doug. 41S6 and
wagon will call. u 611
FREE medical and surgical treatment at
Crelghton Medical College, 14th and
Davenport Sts. Special attention paid to
confinement cases. All treatment super
vised by college professors. 'Phone Doug.
1167. Calls answered day or night.
THE City Garbage Co. Office, 14th and
Leavenworth Sts. Tel. Douglas 1SS7.
PRIVATE fiome during confinement; ba
bies adopted. The Good Samaritan Son
Itarlum. 728 First Ave., Council Blurts,
Ia. Tel. 774. U 823
SURVEYING, Bllckensderfer, til Be Bldg.
OMAHA Stammerer Institute, Ramge Bldg.
SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mall: cut
E rices. Bend for free catalogue. Myers
illon Drug Co., Omaha. U 835
MAGNETIC OSTEOLOG Y Mrs. Rlt
tenhouse, 410 N. 16th.
room t, second floor. U M427 824
WE RENT sewing machines at $1 per
week; we sell second-hsnd machines $3
up. Nebraska Cycle Co.. corner 15th and
Harney. Tel. Douglas 1663. U-836
DR8. VOOL private hospital for women
and for ladles before and during confine
ment. 2319 S. 13th St., Omaha. Neb.
ARCHITECT- O. L. Brollne, 618 Bee Bldg.
U 432 S5
Tel. Douglas 3762.
SHOTLD BLANCHARD-S ECZEMA LO
TION not give speedy or satisfactory re
sults, .notify Prof. 1. Blanchard, skin
specialist, Minneapolis. Minn. Whole
salers supply all druggists.
MAGNETIC iC5,,I",P1."B, thi M'e-
Smith, 118 N. 16, 2d floor.
U MS81 8l4x
WANTED Address of Hattle E. Richards.
Former location near Lincoln or Omaha.
Milliner and dressmaker. Alfred D. Rich
ards, Lodl, Cal. 17 M766 2x
CHIROPflDTRT rt. r...v... ,,, .
block; halt-dressing, etc Douglas 61T9,
WANTED Carnival company, who has
open dates September 19, 80 and $1. In con
nection with stock show and races, at
Pender, Neb, H. G: Heyne, secretary.
. U-J4907 8
CHAMPION Carpet cleaning. Doug. 666. 1621
Leavenworth. U-M926 Ootl
THE Matrimonial Register, September
number now ready, price 10c; describes
ni?,ni "''"i members recently en
rolled. Box 261. Seattle. U 986 2
MIDDLE AGED capitalist, lonesome, d-
vumyaniunanip or loving wire; ncn
or poor, makes no difference. Write Box
, . nji.ll. L Ifl XX
ELDERLY widower, no children, wealthy
uu uuomi, wants a gooa, sensioie Wire.
Address F. L. Rich, 236 Washington St.,
Boston, Mass. U 139 tx
MATRTMOVIAT nllhlll ..
the best possible services' have brought
auuenaa 10 ua ana our patrons alike. Write
for plana for Introductions, state your
V.11WJB, jveiroii, aaicn.
U 972 Sx
OMAHA Steam Pasts Co. manufactures
pure flour paste. 2210 Cuming. Tel.
WUf, WAX. J
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, warts and moles
permanently removed by electricity; con-
uu.uup iri una connaentiai; all work
Luaranieea. Alias Allender, 428 N. Y,
INTERESTING widow, good appearance,
r.nco iinu wiaow, gooa appearance,
ependently situated, seeks through this
thod congenial correspondent, object,
trlmony. References exchanged. 817
North Broad, Philadelphia. U 108 2x
MORPHINE, opium, laudanum, cocaine
habit myself cured; will Inform you of
harmless permanent home oure. Mary
MORAND'S classes in dancing, Uth and
Harney, begins Tuesday, Sept. 4. Save $3
oy joining tne class opening night.
'1h.n. T Win .1 . . 1JU1 IT . . T
WANTED A strong German working girl,
20 to 28 years, must be good cook, saving
housekeeper. Can make 82 to 88 rjer duv.
Object partnership or matrimony. Ad-
aresa u to, nee omce. u 2x
JEWISH widower, age SO, clothing busi
ness desires acquaintance with young
- iaay or young wiaower, inclose photo In
nrai letter, Auaresa jamas waller, iowell,
. Ans. u 153 xx
REFINED middle-aged widow desires the
acquaintance of a bright, entertaining
Xeniieman irom 48 to tw years or sge.
d dress O 48. care Bee. U 287 2x
BEST nerve bracer for men. "Gray's Nerve
Food Pills" $1 box. postpaid. Sherman A
McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. t-774
t)R PRIES, specialist, women's dlseaaea
weaknesMS, discharges. Irregularities,
cured painlessly and safely. Wlthnell
Block, utn ana uarney, room a umana.
PILES Most obstinate cases oured.
Symmes pile Remedy. By mall 6O0.
box six, Cincinnati, o. jmjbi at
DR HUTCHINSON', specialist of women
and children. Offlce, 2iu6 Cuming. 'Phone
PATENTS quickly seoured with ample
claima. epeciai nrieen aonars saving
propoaiuoa tor uuriy aars. writs toaay,
enclosing description of invention. W in.
Bagger, Patent Lawyer, Wash,, D. C.
U-A Sept. Ox
T. J. LARSON A CO;, patent lawyers;
patent book free. Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
8HARPE MACHINE WORKS Patents
procured. Inventions developed, drawings
pattema. castings, machine work. 6t4-6l2
B. 10th St. 826
Patents procured and sold, 1 fee. Nat'l In.
vestment Co., Douglas Bik., lath A Dudae.
WETMORB detective service; 'phono Red
7414. Rooms 13 and 14. union Bik., utn
end Farnam. 671 S8x
U HENDERSON. Ui Faswaia. Tel Doug.
ROP E WATER Ed wsrd, In ths 66th year
of I. in age.
Body will be In Bee building rotund
from 12 o'clock noon till 3 o clock p. m.,
Sunday, September t. Fisial services
tinder susplces of Covert lodge. Ancient
Free and Accepted Masons. Friends will
kindly omit flowers.
KRACHT Roy F.. son of Fred XV. and
Ijaura Kracht, ael i years montnn.
ir..nAMi tw,m M.i.ijkn h'lA Rotith Thirty.
fifth street. Sunday. 2 p. m. Friends In
vited. Interment Forest lawn.
MATEWSKY Andrew. Sept 1, aged 71
years, 9 months. 9 days.
Funeral from his late residence, $!d nnj
Fort Omaha Av Monday afternoon, Sept.
9, at 2 o'clock. Interment, Forest LawrL
leceased was a member of G. A. It, snd
K. of P. .
Great Western Granite Co. Douglas CR71.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
tlWOM STATICS TEHT1I AKU HAHCt
overiana umitwc a .e am a 1 as pm
The China and Japan
Fast Mail a a no cm a l ie pns
Colo. A CaUf. Ex a 4:15 pm a 9:80 ana
California A Ore. Ex. .a 4:16 pm a 6:10 pra
Los Angeles Limited.. ..all:10 am al0:tt pm
Fast Mail a 1:56 pm a I $0 pre)
Colorsdo Special a 7:46 am a T:44 am
North Platte Local a 6:10 am a 4:69 pm
Beatrice Looa! b 8:18 pm b 8:09 pm
kMlua Mweit 3ajuaaA 4. raclge.
Chicago Limited a 8 am a7J0am
Iowa Local ..a 7:lw am a 4:10 pm
Chicago Mail a 6:1 am al0:10 pm
Iowa Local bll.ll. pm b 9.66 pm
Chicago lEaatarn Exp.). a 4:06 pm a 1:48 pm
Chicago tlowa Limited. a 6:U pm all:l0 pm
Rocky Mountain Lira... a 7:10 am a 1:18 anj
Colo. A Cal. Kxptess...a 1:01 pm a 8:68 pm
Okl. A Texas Exp a 4:40 pm all 06 pm
Colorado Fast Mall al0:15 pm a 7:88 am
a dally, b dally except Sunday.
Cnlomgo Uireat Waalara.
St. Paul A Minneapolis. 6:10 pm 7:16 aisj
St. Paul A Minneapolis. 7:46 am 11:60 pnt
Chicago Limited 6:40 vm 8:09 am
Shlcago Express 7:46 am 11:60 pm
blceo Express 8.80 pm 8:10 pm
SU jLouis Express .a 6:80 pm m 8:60 am
SL Louis Local (from
Council Blufts a 9:18 am alOJO pig
Btaoberry Local (from
Council Blufis) b 6:00 pm bU:80 am
Chlcage, Milwaukee 6t. PaaL
Chi. A Colo. Special.... a 7:8k am a 730 ant 1
California A Ors. lux... a 6:46 pm a 8:10 pig
Overland Limited a 8:36 pm a 9:90 am
Marlon A Cedar R. Loe.b 6:46 am bll:oO pm
BU Louis Express a 9.-09 am a 6 JO pm
K. C. A SU U Kxpreas..all;16 pm a 6:uw pm
Cute a Siertaweetera.
Cedar Rapids Pass. ...a j.v6 am a 8:08 pn)
Twin City jWxpreaa ....a 70 am alO.iw pm
Chicago oayugnt a 8.U0 am all;16 pm
Chicago Loual all:M ain a 9:4e pin
bloux City Local b 8:60 piu a 9:4 am
Carroll Local a 4-82 pm a 8 -bo am
bloux City Local b 3:46 piu
Chicago Express a 8:60 pm a ?.N am
Fast Mall a 8:23 pm a 8:30 am
Fast Mall a i:uo pm
Twin City Limited ...a 8:41 pm a 7:u6 am
Overlanu Ll lulled a 8.38 pm a 9.16 am
Chicago Limited all:v0 pm all: 16 am
Norfoik-Bonesteel a 7:40 am al0:36 am
Lincoln-Long Pin b 7:40 am U0:8i am
Deadwood-Llnculn a 8:00 pm a 6:08 pm
Casper-Shoshonl a 9:00 pin a 6:v6 pm
Hastings-Superior b 3:00 pm b 6:08 pm
Fremont-Albion b 6:02 pin bU:40 pm
Chicago Express a 8:00 am a 8:66 pm
Chicago Limited a 6:00 pm a IM am
WSBITER DKroT-Utli A WBBtTBn, V,
Bloux City Passenger. ..a 3:00 pm aUist am
Emerson Local b 6:20 pm b 6.10 sal
Emerson Local o 8:48 am 6 W pm
Nebraska Local, via
Weeping Water b 36 pm bll pm
BURLUOTO BTATIOB lOtU a MABOO.
A 3:89 pr
a 6:90 piX
a 9:0e a3
a t M pig
a 7.40 pig
Denver A California.. ..a 4:10 pm
Black Hills , a 4:10 pm
Northwest Special a 4:10 pm
nortnweat a.xprea u:ijpm
teoraaaa juxpres a am
lebrasaa iooai a saw am
incolu Fast Mall b 3:00 pm
t. Crook A Platum'h..b 8.60 pm
lellevue A Platum'b..a 7;60 am
lelievue A Pac. Juno... a 8:30 am
a 8:06 s'ni
1 :sv am
1 1:10 am
k 1 -an
Bellevus 4k pao. luno...a n :10 am
Chicago Special a 7:i6 am
Chicago Express a 8:46 pm
Chicago Flyer a 8:06 pm
Iowa Local a 8:15 am
St. Louis Express a 4:46 pm
Kanaaa Clly-Su Joe....al0:46 pm
Kanaas Clty-SU Joe. ...a 9:16 am
Kf " " Cliy-Bt. Jo a 4:46 pm
a 1:66 pm
a 7: am
a 8:66 pm
a 7:28 am
el 1:90 am
a 6:48 am
a 6:10 11 m
a Daily, b Dally except Sunday,
except Bsturday. 0 Sunday only,
flRIFHT Clark's 8th Annual Cruise, Feb. 7,
UnlL.ni '07. 70 daysfby chartered bS. "Ara
bic." 16,000 tons. 8 Tours Round the i. orld.
F. C CLARK. 96 B way, N. Y.
Last year 6,600 native Christians were
added to the church in Japan.
Bishop Merrlman C, Harris, of the Meth
odist Episcopal church, for the last thirty
throe years stationed In Japan, has le
turned to this country to attend various
meetings at which matters relating to af
fairs of the church in Japan ana Korea
are to be considered.
In view of the fact that fn that dlooea
there are many thousands of Indians, the
Rt. Rev. William H. Hare, of Bloux Falls,
Episcopal bishop of South Dakota, has sent
out notices printed in the Sleatx languao,
Informing the Bloux members of the church
that the annual convocation will be held
next month at Santee Indian agency.
Bishop Henry Spellmeyer, of the Metho
dist Episcopal church, who has been sta
tioned at Cincinnati, has started for China
to be gone more than a year. He will
visit the Methodist mission stations in
China, In conformity with the old-established
custom of the Methodist church to
send one of Its bishops to these stations
once every four years.
Father Fldells, a graduate of Harvard,
has been appointed provincial of the east
ern province of the Paaslonlst Order in this
country, with headquarters in the monas
tery of SU Michael the Archangel, In West
Hoboken. N. Y. His father was the
founder of the Protestant Eplsoopal Theo
logical seminary In Philadelphia, and dean
of the theological school of Cambridge
Bishop Tuttle. presiding bishop of the
Episcopal church, formerly bishop of Utan
and now blahop of the diocese of Missouri,
will publish a volume of recollections en
entitled "Reminiscences of a Missionary
Bishop." The record of the last four de
cades In church snd state, particularly In
the wesu thus will be touched uoon by an
eye-witness whose vantage ground was par.
tloularly favorable fur observation.
Mrs. H. Gertrude Gerry, of East Orange,
N. J., originated the idea of distributing
the sermons preached by Rev. F. Q. Ulan
chard, of the First Congregational
church of that city, and has organised
the Church Manuscript society ami every
Monday copies of the sermons preached lbs
day befor are distributed to those who,
by reason of illness or other affliction, are
not able to get to church. The sermons
are taken down In shorthand and type
written. Rev. Denis P. O'Flynn of New York city
used to say that priests ougnt to die poor
and he practiced what he preached. Asia
from a valuable library given to the
Paullst fathers he has left no discoverable
estate no money in bank, no money In the
rectory. "He died as poor as the pro- ,
verblal church mouse." says his assistant,
Father Corrlgan. "What little Insuranc
he carried will barely cover the funeral ex
pense He never saved a penny for him
self. After keeping the house on his mea
ger aalary he gave away all he had."
The Unlveraallsts lost one of their most
eminent ministers In ths suddent death of
Rev. Dr. Richard Eddy, who dropped dead
of heart disease at the summer home of
his son, Benjamin F. Eddy, Gloucester,
Mass. Dr. Eddy was president of the I'nl.
veraallst Historical society, editor of the
Universalist Register and a thirty-third de
gree Mason. For many years ha lec
tured snd wrote on prohibition and was
the author of several well known works on
the ua of aloohol. Dr. Eddy was born In
Providence, R. I., on June 11, 1928, and was
highly esteemed If UU clergy of all daooiua
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