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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1907.
t K fJKVTTP treatment and bath. Mm.
AlAUrrll Smith. 11 N. 1. M floor.
AlAOfAUlMth- room X. t-eond fl-ww
("J M 70 Ml
F.FFA ELIJS. music by mall. Adult ev
ening cls Mondnya I'7' Farnam,
I -our las (lie l Mr4
THE Blark Brotherhood. Contnt: Tha
origin of hypnotic por: the Scarlet
Woman; the P.1 Lrrn. Price S.c
Address C. V. Mollne. Red (Hk. U.
CITT PBOrEBTT FOR alb
. 7f"xl' ft, northeast corner 25th At, and
Dewey Ave., t-room houae, now renting
fof HW pr rear. Princ only 14,500.
The Byron Reed Co.,
Phon D 287. 112 So. 14th.
FARM AD RCvCH I. .! FOR LK
HOMF-SEEKERS! Pa carefml. Locate right.
lnrrftlai ur famoos artesian vailey.
Bure cropa mtchles chins'. Let as
write tou. Miller A James. Meed, Kan.
(20 MJ04 Ml
FOR SAL.K Vernon county. Mo.. fXV-KT
stock (inn, hUhlv ImproTM. abunoanliy
watered; even pities (a (Ttxxl market;
here la an orPrtunHy for a lively stock
man: rnca i.M.i'. hf cash, balance on
time at I per cft. J. Fred Wolts. 2V44A
Botanical Ara.. St. Liu'.a, Mo.
ir mist it
REAL" ESTATE FOR RENT
Vara Raw, Law.
FARM FOR RENT
20 acre, well Improved, cheap for caah or
Council iilufla. or in South Bat Street,
(HI T4 10
pn ACRES of well Improved, all tillable
land. 8t- Clare. Mo.; good soil; price 162 M,
Incumbrance tlO.OUO. 8 per cent. Ix C7.
Peterson, la. (J0 MS 11
OWNERS Wa hare a beyer for I or
J v room, modern houae, between Juth and
Stn. Leavenworth and California. Also
a rood big tot In to aam territory for
two modern cottage.
Stewart Leavenworth Co.,
Ill N. T. Ufa Bids- Tel. Douglas M-A
tlf fc (
SOUTH 20T1I ST. BARGAINS
XKh and Bancroft B(s., 1 feet on 10th
8t with two email houaea; paving all paid
. ft. W. corner, xl5S feet, with atore. I1.S50.
W. T. GRAHAM, -4 BEE BLDQ.
Ut 4K1 1
A handsome eight-room, modern
house, good m new, built by owner (or
ft. home, hardwood finish; hall 30 feet
long, with handsome colonial carred
oak case; two 'large parlurs, dining
room, with sideboard built in wall;
mantel and ras log, four bed rooms
on second floor, as nice a bath room
as j&a very often see. tiled floor; a
good hot water heating plant, large
basement, servants' bath and toilet
room, plate-glass windows, large barn,
all built by days' work; grounds are
T5tlI4, with shade and fruit trees,
permanent walks and on payed street.
Located at 2117 Wirt street Owner
has Just moved to California and will
sell for $7,500. Can be seen any time
by calling at 2122 Wirt.
W. IL GATES,
617 New York Life Bid.
'Phone Douglas 1294 or Red 602.
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HOMES FOR SALE
. 2210 WEBSTER ST.
tS.808-Tenne Jl.rO caah. bal
ance ST) per year at I per
cent; good 10-room house, all
modern, large at;!c, underfeed
furnace, laundry with eta
tionary waahtuba: full aired
lot. MxlSl feet, with taphalt
paved atreet. fin ahade treea,
near Crela bton college and
138 N. 33TH AVE.
tlo.400 11-room houae. oak
flntah on Drat floor, hard plna
on aecond floor, large attic all
nntabed, billiard room In baae
' ment, has very attractive liv
ing room with eouth exposure
and large reception hall, faces
east on paved atreet. In ex
cellent neighborhood; fine lot.
60x140 feet; good barn on
. . . Inquire of -
GEORGE A CO..
'Ffeon Douglas 7L4. 16H Tarnam Ft.
My flne farm of 4M acrea. one of the finest
farms In Buffalo county. Prloa. per
acre, half caah. The price good only
until February 15. Can give poeeeselon at
once. Addreae th owuar. w. H. Oraaa
zcsyer. Riverdale, Neb. t MS 14
ltO ACRES well Improved, good land, at
Si 60, near Blair. Good lot and J-atorf
brick, bualneva uaea. 11.100.00. and other
anapa In Blair property, ivemp. tsiair.
FOR SALE Elegant Improvements. 10
acrea. adjoining Blair. Neb.; It.700.00;
eaay terms. Kemp. BkUr, Neb.
.10) M2t 11
480-Acre Grain aDcl Stock Farm
CO acres paature. 190 acres well Improved,
fine level bottom land in Nance county,
Nebraska. Com S to W bushel, wheat
bushel, a. faKa. clover, timothy and
what on farm, 4-room houe. barn 4'-x4J.
two granaries for 40 buhla grain;
eralea, hog b'uea. cattle ali"ds. orchard.
three wind mlim, tanks. 4U0 rods hog
fence. R. F. D., tl'phone. acbool and
church one mile, ( niila from Palmet.
Price 13 ptr acre. Write.
W. II. Widaraaji, Palmer, Xeb.
on mile north of Florence on river
road, first farm north of Pries lake; SI
seres cultivated land. 40 acres pasture. SO
acres with fruit, balance In willows; this
land never overflows and la all One rich
solL Good houae and barn, with water
piped to tha houae. Win rent for cash or
will accept grain rent. Be us at one
N. P. DO 1X1 E CO,
1714 Farnam Bt Omaha.
Pr.OPOflAUJ FOR LEAIN1 the TRI-
11 linns oi tne marram nm-a nwr
tion. North Dakota, for tirin Purpoaa.
Department of th Interior. Offlce ff Indian
AfTain". W aiOilngton. I. C. Frbruary k,
jS.7.lld r-mpoaa.a for Is1n the sur
plus trill pasiurva on the Standing Rrk
reformation. North Dsknta, for grazing
rurpntw. will be received at this ofll.-e
until 1 o'clock, p. m on Thursday. March
I!i7, and Trill he lmrr1iatply thraftr
opened In the presence of such bidders aa
may attend. Th lands will be loasnd f r
a prtod of five yrars from June 1. 10.
and no hid for a different period will be
conaiJred. The propces'a must ba ad
dressed to "The Commissioner of Ind an
Affaire. Washington. D, C," and must be
plainly endowd on the- outside of th en
velope. "Proposals for Leaving Standing
Rock Lnds. The lamia offered for lease
hav peen airiam into lour pas
ture No. 1 contains SS.ftM acres; pasture
No. 1 contains &?. acres; pasture No. 1
mntatne H&. acres: peutture No. 4 en
tains U4.4X0 acres. Mans showing the loca
ls ACRES, with sous and barn 111 &
ISth Bt (TP 7T4
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
MONET TO LOAM Payne Investment Co.
tOW EST RATES emia. Futon Block,
OARVIN BROS, 1104 Farnam. t and H
per cent loans on real aetata; no delay.
Dairy Lands in Oregon
Special Inducements for practical dairymen
to aertie on loggea-on: tanas in uregon,
the paradiee for dairying. For authentic
OREGON DEVEliOPMENT LEAGUE,
Dept. 4JL Portland. Or.
Small Cash Paj-ments, Balance
, $5 Monthly
BUILD A HOME TO SUIT TOURS ELF.
On one of those beautiful lota
in Halcyon Helghta, th finest
and moat alghtly location for a
home, only two block south busi
ness center of Benson and Mili
tary Ave. car Una. You can't buy
such lots elsewhere at these
price: JJW) to (HO. Uak your
Russell & McKitrick Co.,
4S-U44 Ramg Bldg, l&th and Harney Sts.
Corn and Wheat Lands
In fertile northwest Texas. We own and
control several thousand" acres ox th
beat land In tha Panhandle. Join on of
our big excuraiona.
LEREW LAND CO..
Kfl-t 8. 11th Su 1m Nat. Bank Bldg.
() V U
THE ONLY SOUTH SIDE
r4 8. tTH STREET.
Six-room house, very well built, only !
'yaara ago; water, bath, etc: lot 4uxl40 feat
doe to Rlverview park; only on block to
Kith atreet car.' owner leaving city and
nxloua to sell: tl.SMt; terms, about WuO
down, bajanc tlm- to suit tn buyer at
S per oant.
BERKA & CO.,
room n. tirt
BARGAINS IN LOTS
Suburban alt of two acres on Mh Bt
Fine lot on Mason St. and 12d tA
Large tot on aaih. near Charles ill (1.450.
Sum good lots near Sbth and Ames Ave.
Lot facing park, iota and Plnkny Sta,
Twe fin lots and house of rooms ea
eorner stn ana pereioga ts 41.4J6.
W. T. GRAHAM, fc-4 fct-B BLDO.
Best Lot in Omaha for $475.
On 17th Bt. between Pratt and Manderson
ota.. Just south of houM 1711 North Kth
. hi.; lot la rxlow feet; good houaes on both
aidea of atreet; on block U car Una.
luut at thia today.
irv4 Karnam bl
LAND8CAPE architect. E. C Foatar,
swuf au u a aum dik.
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THE KFRR ABSTRACT CO.'S AB
STRACTS OF TITLES are the aafaat.
Tou are protected by a U0,0 bond against
los ty error. Tou don t buy a law su
when you .buy a "Kerr" abstract. 1614
Harney. Tel. Douglas S4S7 (111
109 ACRES OF LAND I!
SARPT COUNTT. ABOUT
S MILES FROM OMAHA,
CONVENIENT TO B. M.
R. R. AND WITHIN ONE
MILE OF SURVEY OF
PROPOSED U. P. MOTOR
LINE TO LINCOLN; 130
ACRES IN CULTIVATION.
BALANCE IN PASTURE
AJD HAT; THREE-ROOM '
A SNAP AT $8,800
ALFRED C. KENNEDY,
First National Bank Bids.
Tel. Douglas 722.
(1. 000, 60 TO LOAN on buidneas and real
dence property la Omaha; loweat rats;
no delay. Thomas Brennan. R- 1. N. T.
LOANS oa Improved city property. W. H.
Thomas, M First National Bank Bldg.
PRIVATE MONET F. D. Wead, U Doug
WANTED Oty loaaa. tL C Peters Co.
DUX'S 'REVIEW OF TRADE
SeTers Etcnni Eet'.rict Kow Burin is
PRODUCTWN STHL AT HIGH TH)E
Sa Flaata Are Haaawered y
Sewrelty ef Feel-Jabber seH
Large Order far Spring
there is a rood deal of inquiry In tl
particularly for malleable Beeaeti
delivery In the second half.
NEW TORK. Feb. 1 R. G. Dun Co-'s
weekly review of trad tomorrow will say:
Sever storms restricted new biisinesa in
many sections of the country during th
i l. - i ' - - - - . In maK-
tkm of the ""fVTln? .u "V deM vertex of old Orders, Commod.ty
rections for the submission of bids, and sli; ldvnced a rule. Jobbers report
other necessary information. may be
obtained on application to the United
States Indian Axent. Fort Tates, North
Dakota. Proposals not conforming to the
requirements mentioned In the pesters may
be rejected. If such action shall be deemed
advisable. C. F. LARRABEE. Acting
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
k artam Smith A Co-. ua Farnam et.
WANTED TO BUY
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDINGS. Dr
partment of Indian Affairs. Washington.
D. C. February 4, lfc7 . eValcd propoaala.
plainly marked on the outside of th sealed
envelope, "'Proposals for Buildings. Genoa,
Nebraska," and addressed to the Commis
sioner of Indian Affair. Washington. D.
C. will be received at the Indian Office
until 1 o'clock p. m. of March 11. 1WT. for
furnishing and delivering the necessary ma
terials and labor required to construct and
complete a workshop, superintendent's resi
dence and ofnc- building. In strict ac
cordance with the plana, specifications and
instructions to bidder, which mar be ex
amined at this office, the offices of the
'Improvement Buletln. Minneapolis,
Minn.; American Contractor." Chicago.
III.: "Pee. Omaha, Nth.; the Builders"
and Traders' exchange at Omaha, Neb.;
St. Paul. Minn.; Minneapolis. Minn.; the
Northwestern Manufacturers' association.
Pt, Paul. Minn.: the U. S. Indian ware
house at Chicago, 111.; Omaha. Neb.; St
Louis. Mo.: New Tork. N. T.. and at the
school. For further Information apply to
Wm. H. Wlnalow, Superintendent, Genoa,
Neb. C. F. LAKRAPEK, Aottnx- Cnmmts.
WANTED To buy, second-hand furniture,
stoves, carpets, clothing and shoes; pay
th bast prfc.ee. Tel. Douglas 3TL
WANTED To buy slot machines, soda
fountain furniture, coffee urns; must ba
cheap. Addreaa L-6H, Be. ( 418 1?X
DON'T give your second-hand fumltur
away; I pay th highest price; big prices
paid for office furniture. Jo Levin,
104 N. Kth. Tel. Doug. 771.
(ID Mill Ml
TOP price for Id-hand books, novels, all
kinds. Staoey, lit 8. 11th. Har. lifts.
CD iJ27 Mix
a good demand for spring delivery, espe
cially In dry gooda. but buslnesa la retarded
l.v slow diinnwnii from the milla and
collections are only fair. Manufacturing
runts operate at full capacity in tn
Ing Industrie. aJthougn
RAILWAY -TIME CARD
CASH paid for old books. Crane-Fay Co.,
Ill So. 14th. Phone Douglas-1321.
MORRIS CHAIR: state price, how long
used, description and cost. 42 Franklin
Ave, Council Bluffs, la, (S) Ms3 llx
WANTER To buy, a good, sound, gentle
horse about l.liO lbs., from partiea who
have owned it long enough to know Its
nature, us b. mn. (Xi-Nra 16
MODERN HOTEL Furnished complete;
won t buy furniture. Addreaa T 240, car
Be. (2S) HI 14x
WILL exchange buck dancing, ball room
or vaudeville coaching, or notn, (or room,
Lynn Monro. General Delivery, Omaha.
WANTED By lady, one or two rooms.
modern, witn board, convenient to oax
line, cloa In. Addreas E (48, Bee.
2e -M13e XX '
E. Kemp. Blair,
(20) M261 11
Send for map of Texas, showing new rail
waya ana location or famous t;raxo val-
lev lands, the richest rain belt lands In
l nlted (States, and where bllxsards are
unknown. Price, 110 to US per acre. Il
lustrated list free. HiLand P. Lockwood.
Ban Antonio, Tex. (3D) M447 IS
IF you want to buy, sell or trade a farm.
vena 10 cent tor a copy ot tsi rmrtnerr
Want Journal, Dept. 43, Kane City. Mo.
It alvra namea of owners and descrlD-
tlaoa of iuO to Luno farms for anle and
trad and what others want to buy.
O0 M730 Fl
THE CO EUR D'ALENE RESERVATION
will be opened soon. It contains (00,001
acres choioe wheat, fruit and timber land,
Do yon want 160 acres?
COEUR DALENE RESERVATION Hf.
FORMATION AGENCT. Rooms 17-U, Ea
eaaoK Baak Bldtu Spokane. Waab.
O0 -Ajo tO
CUSTER COUNTY FARM
' 160 acres, only mfjea from
Ansley. Neb., only O) per
acre. No Improvementa.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO
First Floor N. T. L. Bldav.
TL Douglas 17SL
FOR SALE Two modera houa and tare
barn, on block north of Hanseooi Park;
paved street, eaat front, lot .ixljo. Last
era owner will aell at a bargain.
Room L N. . U bUs.
A GOOD Investment tn four modern cot
(age at comar rid and Grace 6: a.. Xv.suU.
v. t. UHlllAlL svM JltE BLrxl
t4 TE M PL ETON St.. 1 room a modern ex
ospt furaao. Inqulr aext door.
tlx US 10a
8TRICTLT mod.ra cottage for 11.750; eon
altkua. locality and neighborhood No. 1;
on block from car 1m. L Conner, 232
Neville Bik. (Ur-M4M M
FOR SALE Seven-room lVetory cottage,
atwdarn. hot vtw beat, cemented cel ar.
1 lota, barn, cement walks, shade; IXaoO,
Address M fin. Bee.
M.000 acres ixnooth land.
Joins th main lin of th
U. P. Ry. and 1 about mile
from a good town; water can
be bad at a depth from M
to 19 ft; adjoining land la
being aettiad by a Oermaa
ecloay and th land Is being
sold at from 110 to US per
err. Price of thia land la
K per acre, on-half caah.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO,
First Floor N. T. L. Bldg
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Two or three unfurnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Add
II CS1. car Bee. C&-M333 x
BOOKKEEPER Any eonoarn desiring to
have its dooks examinea. poatea up, or
any other clerical work performed reason
ably addreas F (22, car Bee.
(27) M13 Ox
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
RETAIL lumber yard manager, thoroughly
experienced, can win trad and hold It,
would Ilk a chance to help lncrea your
buaineaa. Address T 1A. care Bee.
FOR 9AI.E New and rond-hand store;
Invoice SHuo: good local. -n; will aell cheap.
Box U31, Minden. Neb. (4 M49 llx
NOTICE OK STOCKHOLDERS MEETING.
Nolle Is hereby given mat tne regular
annual meeting of ne stockholders of the
South Platte Land company will be held
at the oftic of said, company at Lincoln,
Neb., at U o'clock a. m. on th (th day of
March. A. D.. Ml. By order of th Board
C. H. MORRILL. President
A. B. MINOR. Secretary.
Lincoln. Nsb., February 4, 1M7.
PROPOSALS FOR LIVE STOCK. De
partment of the Interior, Omce of Indian
attalrs. Waanicgun, U. C, February 1, Dul.
kvaiea proposals plainly markea on th r.t;'ir
,h 1.1 .nii.lnn "Pninnul.
for Liv tsiock. and addreeaed In th
commiaaioner of Indian an airs, Washing
ton, l). C, will be received at th Indian
omce until 2 o'clock p. ru. of March U,
for furnisnliig and dtiiver.ng about .4,il
heifera, . bulla, 1.3db in area and l.ls milch
cow a, for Issue to Indians of diflereot
rwservauona, aa per aclieduie. detaiiod
apeciflcaliona,. conditions to b observed by
biiidrra, etc. wnicn win o lurmsnea upon
CHIOS STATIOK TaSKTH AND MARC?
Overland Limited a ( SS am a I'll pre
The. China and Japan
Fast Msll a n nm a "' prs
Colo. a Calif. Ex a 4:M pm a : pm
California St Or. Fx. .a 4:26 pm a i:l prs
Lo Angele Limited. ..aJJ-0 pm al:4B prs
Fart Mall alam a 1:00 prs
Colorado Special a 7:4 am a 7 44 ara
North Platte Local a :1" m a 4 pr
Beatrice Local b lJ bll:4T pre
C-bieesre A Isriswestera.
Cedar Rapids Paaa a 7-f am a pm
Twin City Exprees .a t M ara aK 00 era
Chicago Daylight: a ws am all:!lpm
Chicago Local .all: ara a 145 pm
Sioux City Local... a - 0 pea a t JS ara
Carroll Local . :H pm I W am
Sioux City Local. a 146 pm
Chicago Express .......a -0 pm s 7:10 am
Faat Mail a 2.-00 pm
Fast Mall a ISpn 1:30 am
Twin City Limited...... pm a 7:06 am
Overland Limited ....A : pm a 1:11 am
Chicago Llmiud ,...all. pa all 41 am
Norfolk-Honestec .... j i: am ais.Js am
Llncoln-Chadroa ....... .b 7:4t am al0 3B am
Deadwood-Uaoola 1:00 pm a l ot pna
Casper-Ehoshonl -a 10 pm a 1:01 pm
Hastings-Superior b 10 pm b 1(4 pm
Fremont-Albion b (. pm bl2:S pm
K. C A St, L. Eiirsae-a am a ( 20 am
K. C 1 BL L, atapr all:U pm a I.2S pm
Nebraska Local a s.Ok all-es am
Dea Moine Inca ....... .......... a pm
Chicago Exprea .......a M am a 1:41 pm
Minn. St- Paul Ex...kl0am a 1:11 pm
Chicago Limited a ( :0S pm a 7 10 am
Minn. A St. Paul Ltd--a - pa a Tilt) am
Cbleaai Heels laeeaal 4 lSa18e.
Chicago Limited a 1:11 am a 7:10 am
Iowa Local 4ta a 1:20 pm
Chicago Mali a 1:4i pm
Iowa Local bllSK pm b I (6 pm
Chicago (Sastern Ex.). .a t.ia) pm a IM pm
Chioago -(Iowa Lratd.)..a (ia xn aU JS pm
Rocky Mountain limit. IJl am a tM am
Colo. 4k CaL Exprea.. ISM) pm a 4 J4 pm
OkL 4k Tfxa Express, .a 4:40 so aU.tt pm
LUicwla Fairbury aod
BaUevu .a 1 om a l: ara
rkieaks Great Veeateraw
Bt paul Minneapolis. p 1 M am
St, Paul 4k Mincaaouils. t:4am U JS pm
Chlcas i-i nu lou ......... w m saw am
Chicaao kixprea ....... I :k ?n U -b pi
Ciucaao kJtpres " 1JS ptn lAu pa
St, Louis Express. (JO pm a I4S) am
br, Louia Local (trom
Council Biuftai a Id am alOJS pa
EUnberry LcmX (from
CouncU Eluflal h IM pm bUM a
Caicaaa MUwaaave 4k St. raL
Chi. and Colo. Special. 7a am a 7 20 am
Caufornia and Or, a-a lies pa l is pa
Overland Limited .. Jm pia a Ijjv am
Manoa 4k Ceoax . Loe-b (. am Oii.w pa
BCKLlseTOa STAT1UH- lth m MAlOJI
nearer 4k California a 4:1 pm a 1.30 pm
Black Hills - CIS pm a 1 M pen
Northwest Special -a 4u pm a l a pot
Northwest hJpreas ....all:l pa a 7:10 am
Nebraaka Expreas a 104 am a i:4i pm
Nebraska Local ....... .a IMr am a 7:41 pm
Uncoln Local ........... a taaj
Llncolu Faat Mad..r...4 I- pm iUM pia
Lincoln Local a I N pm
Ft Crook k PUttam th.b 160 pm blO si im
Platlamouth ..aipm a l:io am
Denver Umlted ......... .......... a 7:10 ara
BeUevu 4k Pae. June .a 1 am eliaopni
Chicago Bp"" - sjastia
Chicago fcxpreas -a J.46 pm a l-ui pm
Chicago Flyer f s 74 am
St Louia Expraaa 4:41 pm all :S0 ar
Kansas Clty-St. Je.....aJ9:a pm a (:tf ara
Kansas Cuy-Bt. Jo a 1:1 am a (OS pm
Kansas Clty-st. Jo.....a 4:41 pm ...........
there are cora-
rtnlnta nf fuel arardtr.
Few variations ar recorded In quotations
of Iron and ateel. the Industry fully main
taining ita remarkably satisfactory posi
tion, although consumers find dellverle
less prompt because of delays by deep
snow and low temperature. Th difficulty
of placing securities has tended to retard
railway extensions somewhat and new con
trarta for steel rail are not coming to the
milla aa rapidly as In th closing monina
of last year, but the tonnage already on the
hooks will take all the output for many ,
A aide from the few upward price move
ments there la no change In the cotton
goods situation.' untese pressure to place
orders Is noticed In some department, a
wholesome condlton In view of the large
contract already on the booka. while In
other sections of the market there ia still
fraserneaa to secure future deliveries with
liUle regard for price, some reaction ai
tlmea In option price of raw cotton had
no depressing effect on the finished product
and the only weak feature Is the absence
of foreign trade. Inquiries from China ar
at price tar below the present views of
sellers and no business results.
New England manufacture of footwear
report a liberal demand from eastern whole
salers for supplementary spring lines, re
tail stocks having been depleted by th
vigorous demand that has accompanied se
vere weather. Thua tar western and south
ern Jobbers hav sent In few case orders
for fail goods, but there la ample tlm
for development In this department, im
provement ia noted In leather
Packers have sold hides suitable for sole
leather through Msrch salting at full quo
tations, despite the fact that the take
off thia month and next Is the poorest
quality of the year.
More specula Uve Interest has developed
In the wheat market, encouraged by cabled
reports of heavy home needa for Russian
wheat In relieving the famine and Increased
Inquiries by exporters. Corn was firmly
held above last year a quotations despite
a movement tnat endorsee larg crop esti
mates, but foreign demand was poor.
a SPORT OF THE CLKARIXO HOI SE
Traaaaetloa ( th Associated Baak
far th Week.
NEW TORK. Feb. . The following ta
ble, complied by Bradstreet. shows th bank
clearings at tha principal cities for th week
ended February 7. witn tne percentage w
Increase and decrease as compared with th
corresponding week last year;
Some few westers cities report more con
servatism In buying by manufacturer and
by railroads, who have decided to foreo
some projected Improvements In view of
hixh costs ot labor and material, and also
because of talked of legislative or execu
tive action adverwa to corporations.
Ilg Iron Is easier1 on businev for future
delivery, the indication In thia respect be
ing most marked at eastern centers, yet
In the west
The advance of K cents a ton In the
freight rate on iron from southern point
announced for February X. has been rxet-
poned until Msrch A The market for te
I easier In eastern territory. Onieis for
steel rails are m vleraie, trollev lines figur
ing as th largest purchaser's, whll the
placing of some larg order ha been de
terred owing money market conditions.
Business In plates Is active and mills are
well sold ahead. Specifications for struc
tural material are coming along freely, and
conditions in all finished lines are satis
factory. If mind for caat Iron pipe is
good, th number of sacrificed order mak
ing a rather large tonnage. Tubular goods
are In active request.
The bull movement In wheat and other
grains strengthened further this week and
price are up an average of 2 cents per
bushel at all mark eta The car shortage
ia being keenly felt at western milling cen
ters, and Mlnneapnlia flour production Is
down to a low point owing to light supplies.
F.uropeen Sdrlces hav been more bullish.
Rusalan dealers ar reported to be bulng
wheat here and In Canada
Congestion In manufacture and market.
Ing of Cuban sugar Is reflected in further
easing ot raw price, which are off 1 point a,
while refined I IS points lower In sympathy.
Coffee Is steadier and spot coffee , Is back
to 7 cents.
Ptatlstlis of shoe shipments from eastern
center bear out past reporte of conserv.
stive buyers of shoes from manufacturer
lor erring delivery.
Upper leather Is strong and splits and
patent leather deliveries ar still far be
hind Hustnee failure tn th United State
for the week ending February I number
, against fll last week. 2"4 In the like
week of 1M4, A7 in 16. 2ot In U"4 end HI
Faiiure In Canada for th week number
IS, against 2 Isst week and II la this week
a yesr ago.
Hank clearing in in v nneo fiiim toT
the week ending February 7 aggregat
1X.IX7.SSS.Z&&, 12 per cent over last week,
but 4 per cent below the same week last
f ear. K.xctuding New York City th total
s fl.lf.4-,7. 7 per cent a bora last week
and 7.1 per cent over last year.
Canadian clea rings for th aam week ag
gregate IM.01a.141. a gain ot 11 1 per cent
over lat week and I I per cent over this
week a year ago.
Wheat. Including flour, exports from the
United Statea and Canada for the week end
ing February 7 aggregate t.lll.s.10 bu..
sgslnst 2.H12K bu. last week, 12(1. Xt ml
this week last year. 7.77 ba. tn and
.s.rT bu. In luj. For the laat thirty
two weeks of the fiscal year the exports
are 1U.SM.47S bu., against at.p5S.4fel bu. In
l-OX; 4 4.i.l)U bu. In M04-0S. and 171.410.1kS
bu. In 11-02. -
Corn exports for th week ar 140-.OSS
bu., against 2.1S7.C7 bu. last week. I.eAft.TSd
bu. a year ago and 2,44k. bu. In 1.
For the fiscal year to date the exports
ar S5.OS.T17 bu.. against 7Z,7 bu. kt
llatV-OS and 16.4Vi.101 bu. In ISM-OS.
SPORTS OF THE DAY.
EXCITING GAME OF BILLIARDS
Arthmr Resale, Backed by F.. H.
Ipragae, Beat Albert Caka,
A pretty gam of three-cushion' MUtards
was played off at noon at the Omaha club
Friday between Arthur Remington and Al
bert Cahn on a bet of S50, by which Frank
Colpetxer backed Caffn and K. H. Spragu Oakland:
chon won. Goldspot second. Piquet third.
Third race, six furlongs: Kilter worn,
Common Sue second. Illusion third. Time;
Fourth race, six furlongs: Don Dome)
wn. San Kara second, Ed bell third. Tlml
Fltth race, six furlongs: Olvlonrd Bal
lerio won, Bologna second. Bribery third.
Time: 1 11.
Sixth rare, mil and fifty yard: Robert
Mitchell won. HI Caul Cap second, J. V.
Kirby third. Time: 1:47V.
BAN FRANCISCO. Feb. a Results at
Kan ana City ..
New Orleans .
RBSTKK STATl-laVh WEBSTKb)
Tel. Douglas 17SL
REAL ESTATE WANTED
FABM ilO MUCH LAID! FOB SALE
kiaatsatv V ,
To get a farm Is at hand. The Duluth A
Iua Range R. R Co, la selling good
wild Utnd lit St. Louis county. Minnesota,
U ax-tual av-.tlera at reasonable price and
oa term of II per acre down and bal
a nee fM fifteen years' tlm. Kor full In
formation ad lreaa land Coranilaatonar, All
Wulvta Buiitlu-g. DuUta, Mma.
Ia-Mi27 SZS .
i-ROOM houae, modern or not modern, tor
S2.w caah. or lot for ILtaa); near ear tine;
partieuiai la arst answer Ad area L,
L. Lea la
WANTtD-4 or (-room houa. modern or
not mwdrn, for l-.em casn. or a good
b Hiding lot for auoul ti.uuu, within 1
b.ucas from ear line; ait full partiea
Una in drat suuawer. Adurwa L 420, Be.
(S H'jw kx
WANTED Full lot with old houa within
uil of po:ouVw. Ad areas S. Boa
When "VYriting to
MENTION TUB BE&
application to tn Indian oftic, W'aahing
ton, D. C. ; the U. B. lndiiui warehouse
at New York City, Chicago, III.. Oman.
Neb,, St. Louia, Mo., ana Ban ranciaoo.
CaX; the omcera of th Drovers Journal.
Chicago, 111.; Drover Teitrgraiu, Kansas
City, Mo.; Th Bee. Omaha, Neb.; Journal.
bioux City, la.; rioneer rresa, su ram.
Minn.; Livestock Reporter, Fort Worth,
Tea; Montana Bacord. Helena, Monl;
Breeders Uasette, Chicago, ill.; block
growera Journal, Mi lea City, Mont, and
Bouthweatera Stockman. Farmer aiid
Feeder, Phoenix. Aria; Drovers Journal
Stockman. South Omaha, Neb.; the U. a.
Indian agents at Standing Rock agency.
Fort Yalta, N. I).; Pin Kidg agency. Pine
Ridge, B. D. ; Lower Brule agency. Lower
Brule, 8. D.; Crow Creek agency, Crow
creek. 8. D.; Rosebud agency. Rosebud,
S. Li. ; Cheyenne River agency. Cneyenn
Agency. 8. D.; and th superintendents of
the Tongue River agency. Lamedetr,
Mont.; 8ante agency, Bunte, Neb., and
Fort Apache agency, Whlterlver, Aria
Bids upon th blank furnished are not
absolutely essential; they may be mad In
any other form provided the condition ar
observed. -' For further Icformalion apply
Is f. . Leupp, commissioner.
PROPOSALS FOR FROZEN FRESH
beef and mutton. Headquarters PhiU.p-
pinea oivtaloa, omce ox tn enter, comuiia
sary, Manila. P. 1, December lu, 1A.
beaied propuaala. In triplicate, will be re
ceived at this office until 11 o'clock m,
April 10, liXM, at which tim and place they
will be opened In th preaenc of th at
tending biodrra, for the furnishing and
druvery of aix million aix hundred thou
sand l.e.uuu pounds of (rosen fresh beef
and two hundred thousand t-'uu.OOo p uni
of froaen fresh mutton to th ubs.tence
department at Manila, P. I, during tn
year en-Jiag June j, lkd. The accepted
beef and mutton will be admitted frr of
custom dutiea Th United Biate reserve
th right U decrease the amount called for
In th contract by nut to exceed 40 per cent
upon reasonable notice to the contractor,
or lo lncrea the amount trailed for wita
th consent of th contractor. Each pro
posal must b acoomimnied by a bidder's
guaranty In the amount of --'.j, or by
certified check for that amount on a bai.k
of approved atandiiig in Maniia. Th
bidder to whom th ooutraci is awn.-Ced
will be required to g!e bond, the paatiy
of wh.ch will be filed by trie chiot c m
miaaaiy. In for main a furnlaued ea a p pli
ca Lun te tne chief commiaaary. head
quarter department of th Miaaottrw
Omaha, Neb. Envelope contalnlug pro
puaala ahould ba marked: "Propoaala for
f rosea fresh beef and mutton If natal
year Use. to be opened April 14, lni7. ' a : g
I addresmd to the undersigbed. A. L. Imul
UoloaeL, A. C, tL, U. 8, army, chief coot-
Twin City Passenger.. . 10 am b 1:10 pm
Floux City Paengr... l .utf pm all A) aa
Emerson Local b ( JO pm bt:l0ara
Lnesreoa Local - 141 am e iM prs
linl via Waentnat
Watar a am a f t pm
Fail city Local al vOpm all 's) am
a Dally, b Daily except sjunnay. d Daliy
except Saturday, c Sunday only, e Daily
MUCH SUGAR BEING USED
Calces' States Kw rredaeee One-Fifth
ef Alt liter It Cn-
PC Joseph ,
Salt Lake City ,
Spokane, Wash. ...
Charleston, a. L....
NSneeling, W. Va...
Kaxgu, N. D
Cedar Rapids, la...
Hint ham ton
Fort Wayne, Ind...,
blooming ton. 111...,
Bioux Kalla 8. D..
oouth Bend. Ind..
barked Remington, Th contest waa won
It was asked that they should play
three games st ten points each. Cahn won
th first st 10-2 and Remington the next
First race, five furlong: Calla won, Ber
tie A second. Rosy Light third. Timet
Second race, six and a half furlongs:
Huerfano won, Bogum second. Duk of
Orleans third. Time: 1:23V.
Third race, futurity course: Princes
two at 10-7 and 10-4. A larg number of Wheeler won. Frolic second, Hersalrt third,
club members gathered in the billiard room Time: 1:14. s
to watch the play, applauding brilliant , 'ou"" V-miM,..""l '7Ir VJ.
eiuaie woii, 411. m uu 1 kuiiiu, numwi
strokes and expressing sympathy for flukes.
Judge W. A. Redick refereed. Cahn's high
run waa three end Remington's four, each
"Life for Coly," yelled on spectator
whan Remington mad a scratch and every
one shouted "Good" at the final winning
"Same money for the same game on the
samejnan any time you choose, " shouted
Colpetxer, when It was all ever, so th
prospect Is fair for
third Time: t 12.
Fifth race, on mil: Salable won. W.
B. Gates second. Rolls third. Time: 1:44V
Sixth race, futurity course: Tocolaw
won, Aaron J second, Funnystde third.
SIMMERS A WOSDER IX TRKSGTII
I C1,34,IU1 li. V
. 17S.2Zl.vtM 4e
11.026. OOI ..,
2S.CJ) 14 4,.
S.1.(00 I 8.1
.77. 48. 1......
7,(rU.OW) 7 8'.-....
7.37.kU 18. 2,
l.tu.ouoi a. 8
1.337.UOUI 25 0..
iSfitska 4 8 ..
Life.wot I 11
1.41.U1 1 1.1
LU.mt 14. li.
741.UJUI 12 4,..
6t,UUv; IS. Si...
Un.Ooui 24 1
f.i 1 21
27.kii.wot M l
li.lKeo 2 41
Lenex, levra. Man, W ke Meet W assess.
Matt A. Simmer of Lenox. Ia, who has)
been matched to meet Oscar Waseem at the
some more match Auditorium Tuesday night, the winner te
meet Farmer Burn a wee later, is in tn
city. Blmmer Is no novlc at the game, a
h m t anil eron fmm aoma of lha baa
WITH THE BOWLERS. j th country. Among hi victims be
numbers Dan McLeod when he was at his
Hull's High Rollers won from Missouri bet, th Terrible Turk, th Greek ; Demon.
valley but night
ment alleya All
MnlMIni Kit IK,
out by e margin of thirty-esven pin Reedy lotiumwhen Burns and Hackansc hmldt
nan nign ainrie game with 211. Hall was ' " -v- ' - .
high on tota.a with 17. A return gam MS,- . . . . . . , .
for a purs will be played at Missouri Val- Blmmer Is a powerful man and noids n
ler. Score meroua lifting records, among which are
1,0lv pounds dead weight -with his binds
noiiers won rrom Missouri JT"' ' - , -y
rht on th Metropolitan base- the Chicago wrestler who has wrestled Par
AU three games were closely and larmrr Burns Chris Pearson, who,
the Roller managed to win wrestled a draw with vaaeem at. th Audl-
.810 824 88S
HULL'S HIGH ROLLERS.
Carman . .
anil A fan noonila riaari wrefvtit twit h H rn.
I. Total, a 282-pound d urn bell with on band above
178 ST nB bao.
211 i'il Blmmer's measurements era: Hand, lifts
1&8 Sll wrlat, VA; forearm, II; Dicepts, lS; snkle.
150 est im; calf, 11; thigh, 80; waist, 40; cheat, 12;
10 4 neck, 19H; aroung (ha shoulder. 38; under
arm arouna snouiuer, ev; neignt loot 74y
8.S39 Inches; reach, 72 Inches; weight, 240 pound;
cheat expansion, 14 inches. M ia years
Wassem mad a good Impression on th
fc-s local follower of the sport In his mated
a4 wtth the local wrestlers a week ago and
(51 also In his match with Christ -Pearson,
c,. who weighed thirty pounds more than he
1 did. A good match la looked for when 8ias-
mer and Weaaem meet next Tuesday.
Th Dreahers took th O. D. K.s down
th Una for three straight game last night
at th Association alleya. Their handicap
aaa pretty strong, but It was more than
they needed, aa they held the cigar men to
within tlilrty-eeven plna on actual totals.
Teddy Neale waa the high man by a wide
margin, with a total of (L4 and a single
game of Ml.
WASHINGTON. Feb. A-The average
dtisen of the United States seems to have
consumed one-half his own weight In sugar
In th year just ended, aays a statement
Issued today by tha bureau of statistics of
th Department of Commerce and Labor.
The average per capita consumption was
seventy-six pounds. Th amount of surrar
consumed was (.iOO.Out.ota) pounds st a coat
of over B00,0u0.0rt.
Of this enormous consumption one-fifth
was produced in this country, another on
fifth was Imported from our Island pos
sessions and th remainder, three-flftha.
or LIC4.a45.6Sl pounds, from foreign coun
triaa. Of the production of augar la the United
States laat year a little less than one-half
was from cane and a little more than one
half fmm beet- Th quantity of beet
sugar entering Into American consumption
was I72.0OS.O00 pounds, showing a remarka
ble Increase and tor th first time exceed
ing th production of th product from
cane. There was an Increase of 200 per cent
m the production of beet ever cane sugar
rrom IK to 190.
Rapid as the lncrea a in sugar produc
tion ir. the United .Btatee baa been la re
cent year, 't has not by any mi re kept
pace with th Increased consumption. In
th last ten year there has been aa in
crease la th consumption of this article
of L204.ni.480 pounds, tt being snore than
three times as great a the increased hem
Total U. 8...
1. 2. t.
Chatehtln L57 15 167
Catnerwood 16S 17 144
Oordy &1 ltfi J
Norene lott li lt
Sheldon 12 164 hs
Handicap SS 68 68
Total HI t-S) 881
O. D. K 8.
1. t. I.
Neela !11 2U 0
Jones 18 18 15
Molyneauz lii 179 160
Chandler 1 167 161
Spragu lie 144 ITS
Totals ST6 kVl 841
A gigantic young man by the name of Jo
Rogers, called "Yankee" and th "America
Apollo." has come, out of New England
and threatens to break, with telling foroe.
Into th arena of wrestling and boxing. He
is 17 years of age, stands 4-l and weighs
2b pounds. Of course Roger is not un
known. He has downed eery wrestler he
baa met except Gotch. Beall and th Rus
sian Lion. But he and his friend believe
he can get onto a few tricks and put any
one of these men off watch. He wrlll ehei.
HI lenge Hackenachmldt be for long, anyway,
eel so as to hav an adjustment of all pending;
164 controversies. When Rogers shall have
49 conquered everybody on the mat h pre-
46 pose to go Into th ring and wipe out
lot everything In sight, winding up with Jim
Jeffries. Here is a table of comparative
On the Metropolitan alley last night the
Armour took two out of three same
from O Brien'a' Monte Cristoa Clark and
Rogers. Jsffriea Hack.
, , Height.. 8 fr 1. in, ( ft. 1 In. I ft- I It.
Total. Weight.. K5 lb. 90 ma, CO lb.
Chest.... it in. fat In. 62 In
4W Waist.... 42 In. 16 In. 2) In.
Neck 1 In. 17H In. 20 In.
S"4 Biceps.... ITS in, 14- In. 1 In.
4.4 Forearm. 15 in. 11 In. IS In. .
- Thigh.... 27H In- a In. 2S In
.d Calf 17 In. 1H In. 17 In.'
Age 17 years ,' 11 years 2 year
Some of the members of the Omaha Rod
and Uun club are beginning to talk of im-
lh-?..?wmartl- TV1? lake There are now i. member on th
snTiV of-.h. and "- V"i:W",rj 0!n for membership
r'.,in Khkv f ih. iT,. T"' . .w""' . a ne annual meeung will be
Captain Kohansky of the Armour. Scor
O'BRIEN'S MONTE CRISTOS
1. 2. . I. TotaL
Clark I'd 182 171 611
Griffith 14 2u 114 S
Adolph Ill 111 144 sta
Andrews 124 1.44 134 aj
Faberberg 160 141 IM 424
Totals ...7U 7t - 708 2.137
1. 2. I. Total.
Collins 1 128 171 43S
Kohansky In4 l-'l IM 4.-J1
Urlifln a lil la 1.6
Davis 160 144 IS (i
Kruoee 14 171 lug
Handicap a 61 61 1ml
Totals 7S 7(4 ltd 2JW
ETKKTS OS THE SlallO RACKS
held the end of this month, when plans
for th season will be discussed. It Is
practically assured thst a bathing beach
win be established at the club houae and
the docks enlarged. The present club bouse
la ton small, but whether the house -will be
popular last season. The membership In
creased rapidly and some good times were
had on the lake. This season promises to
be better than last. It has bee proposed
to lnrress the Initiation fee for 19077
Tommy Campbell, who naa demonstrated
for a match at that place with Fred Week
of Butt. Mont. The fight will b twenty
round and considerable Intni set has bee
worked up over the affair.
Jerry Edlnger, who trained th ' Is
Mutne team in the Western league, goes
into the American league by virtu of th
fact that Jo Cantlllon haa taken hnH
Washington. Edinger will act as trainer
I event t ca7d "I '.'"Sow ad mT thl?. J"'. Ch'e." f th
ras notable for tha Ur,. 8me now admit that a trainer la a grant
Mlssearl Lad Wins Featare Event at
City Park, hew O-rleaaa.
NEW ORLEANS. Feb. A With the ex
cept ion of the feat
Cliy. Park today was
, . . v ... . ... i.
uuiuves v. iujici. Hi eu iei.ee, uiiai o&
Ik. ru K,,, , Mllt -lwr,,. tn K. OIUOO.
Tb featura a handicap, at on mil and . '
an eighth, valued at I.-jO, was a three- , P Rourk did not have his Wester
cornered race. The finish was a rous.ng league Champa out for a run on the green
print between Missouri Lad and Beaiei- Friday. The ground was a HtU too ! lo
in. g. th former winning by a nee. R- PfT "a1- bealdea. aorae of the men thought
suits there was too much snow up In the far
First race, three and a half furlong: ?rn h Pa Un't certain that
Ziephen won, Jimmy H second. Brawney he will resume practice Saturday or not.
Vancouver, B. C.
Bt. John, N. B
Victoria, li. C
1.141.W.WI 16. 4i
1. TIW.uxr' I
t.v'..u0 (0 11
2. JB7.0.ai S.7
l.t&,-M4 17 (
1.316.UXUI 12 si
Balances paid tn eash-
Not Included ia totals. Comparisons In
INot Included in totals because contain
ing other Items than claariaga
BBtDiracEn bkvikw or tbadb
Widespread Winter Weather Inter
feres wlth Veins ef Bnslaee.
NEW TORK. ' Feb- 8. Brsdstreet's to
morrow will say:
First effects of the past week's wide
spread winter weather have been to dull
trade st moet markets, lo quiet spring de.
mild, relaid collections and In sections
aoreuluate th aiterdy congested railway
situation. Soma sections, particularly the
south, report beneflt to trade In wiblar
goods and footwear.
Taken as a whole, th business booked by
wholesaler for January and th elapsed
portion of Februai y ia f ulijr equal to and
ji some market and staple, notably cot
ton dry good, fsr In aoeas of last years
undeniably larg business. Building activity
ha chcad by wwataer cwadiUua
Laa third. Time: O il1,
Beoond race, seven furlongs, selling:
Clifton Forge won. Asterisk second. Gren
ade third, lime: l:2v
Third race, on mile, selling: Cora Price
won. Syeamou second. Kaiserhoff third.
Tlm: 1.4JV Ed Courtney, a colored lad of Omaha,
Fourth race, aeven furlong. aelUr.g: Basil gained the decision over CtM ton Bllltier of
won. Heart of Hyacinth second, Cobmoaa Bl. Ltui In th third round of th boxing
BILLITEK ill ITS I TUB THIRD
Gee Dew te llasds and Kneee and
third. Tim: 1:
Fifth race, handicap, mile and an eighth:
Missouri Ld won, Bestsrling second. Gel
die third. Time: 1A4V
Sixth race, five furlongs: Ptanuts won.
Dine mock second. LilUe Oeorg third.
Seventh race, mil and a slxtaenlii. il-
exhllMilon at Oathoff's hall Friday night, la
th third round Courtney rueiwd Bllliter te
the rope and Anally knocked him down on
hi hands and knees. Billiter, to th sur
pria of all. stayed In thia posture until
Referee Loch counted him out, when he got
upend waiked to hi corner.
1 ne preliminary, at aix round was be
ing: fcvle Green won, Oold Cola second, tweea Joe Gathwnght and Jucmny Wd-
Goldea third. Time: 1:4V llama, with no decision.
HJT SPRINGS, Ark, Feb. A Result at Mayor Da hi man sat at th ringwlda After,
Oaklawn: ... Billiter had been counted out th mayor
First rce. thr furlong: Manchester 1g, -j oon't understand kuv peopl can
on. C. H llilng second. Albert M third, call such an exhibition. Conducted before
Second race, three furlongs: Ida May
won. Dandy Dancer second. Lady Haps
burg third. Time: :M,
Third rao. fiv furlong: Storm won.
Theodocla second. Tyroiia third. Tim:
Fourth raoe, aevea furlongs: Vlnerin
won. Rustling Blla aecond, Shenandoah
third. Time; 1
such a club, a prixe fight."
Aaaatear Mae net Twarney.
TUXEDO PARK. N. T . Feb. t Th
amateur championship tournament- both la
the national champlonahlp for the gold
racquet In court tennis and raoquels, will
be held her tomorrow. There la a larg
entry list. Including Clarence H. Markay
Fifth W; oneTule: John Garner won. t''l'
Mra Annie second, Msrirnbo third. Time:
Suiih race, mile and seventy yard: Groe
graln won. J. D. Duns second. Merrick
third. nm: l :a,e.
Owaka Bey HeacreeL '
Paul Blason. so Omaha boy. now
student ai tha Ohio Wssieya university.
IXMi ANOELEB. CaL, Feb. A Result at was recently honored In a mass meeting
ny oeing preseniea wiiji a nn iooii sail
weaier. bearing th barge letter ' W." a
a token of fata alma mater's gratltud for
ervtce on th gridiron. Th whoi
received quit aa v aUoo,
First race. lx furlong: Glenn won.
Suai ChrisUan second, Haiti Carr third,
lima: 1:1. .
a sound race, aula and fifty yard: Cadi-
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