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THE OMAHA DAILY BKE: TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1907.
OFFERED FOR SALE
Piano, nrtaaa, Masieal ! niarilt.
fPRIOHT STK1NWAI TIANO.
1 fine oundltiun. Ji McCague bitg.
REQIN'A musfc box. ML BIS N. 16th.
ETEOKR . FIANO Cheap for rash. tt
lln:nuf Mug. (ii s: l
KOR 8 ALE A fin piano, new In October.
Hon. at a very reasonable figure, ill 8.
21th Bt. 'Khone Douglaa (is, Mull
rol nn Billiard Tables.
FOR BALE New and second-hand billiard
and I""! table; we lead tlx world In
'rheAp bar Matures: essy payments. Rruns-wlek-Balke-Collendar,
8. 10th ft.
rrrrorllrn Irwlif Machines.
ON'E Remington typewriter. No. In rood
. condition, for sale cheap. Call at He
TOR BALE A few first class rtl"w case
and counters; rery cheap; nearly mw.
Kennard Ulam It Paint Co.. lith and
tHxlge St. (1 M
FEW bargain In Id-hand sda fountain;
monthly paymenta Dertght. lsl Farnam.
FF.N'D us you mall orders for drues;
freight paid on tl-i lots. Myer-DiiKn
Drug Co.. Omaha. (16) toS
ONK HOE drum cylinder press. Rirkley
Printing Co., Omaha. (1) J4 L14
I:HERW1VW1LL.!AM9 CO.. b-st mlsed
paint. Sherman at McConnell Drue Co.
HALL'S afea, new. M-hand. 118 Famam.
FOR SALE Two National cash registers,
one total adder; also nice line of stOr
fixture. ;iob lrd And Investment
company, Patterson Block. 16 M73
FOll BALE Jupiter pencil sharpener, tn
r -"J condition. CaU O. R. Wright. Re
Office. (16i MTMx
PRINTING press, 1olR flnrdon; !4-lnch
paper cutter; on horse power motor; 2S0
fonts of tvpe. Above property at a sacn
flre. 110 S. 17th St. 1 MH a
BHOW CAPES and national cash register
cheap. 3u6 N. 16th St. 15 M30M1X
FOR BALE Cheap. 15-hnrs power gasoline
engine. In fine condition. Powell Auto
mobile Co.. 1044 Farnam. (16) MT53 4S
EICTCLE In food, repair, chap. Address
- L 722, Bee. tlSf Mw itsx
DRCTHEH, the tailor, makes the best
clothes of sny tailor In Omaha for th
money. Suits $26 to . Spring styles
now ready. 1515 Famam Ft.
GROCERY fixtures for sale cheap, large
fancy ice hoi. computing scales, register,
shelving and counters; must vacate build
ing, li '10 N. 16th St. (1)-M94ia
FOR SALE Nearly new. plain butcher'
ice box, cheap. Address D-7S2. Hee.
FOR SALE-Chnmbers' Encyclopedia, t
volumes. J.'.Vi. R. A. Johnson. 710 N. 2th,
South Omaha. lfi Ml4 lx
If A XB-PAINTED china, plates. $106; salts
snd pepi-era. $1 2".. Firing1 a specialty.
Flora lieng-le, 711 S. 16th St
KTNDT.TNO WOOD from box factory for
sale, $! ( per load. The Partridge-Shelly-Thomson
Co, 19 Famam St. telephone
Douglas bf2. fl6 2ix
PARLOR SET. real mahogany: dining
room set. golden oak; I bed room ts.
Iron bedsteads, dressers, chairs, rockers;
1 stoves, good range and gas stove; all In
good condition; at 1815 .Chicago St.
. - (1 368 S0x
FOR SALE One W syrup soda fountain,
all marble; cheap If taken at once. Ad
dress O. B., Avoca, Neb.
F. J. LARSON Sc CO., patent lawyers,
' patent book free. Be Bld, Omaha, N-b.
7 ' UT-36
BHARPE MACHINE SHOPS Patents
procured. Inventions developed, drawings,
iattrna. castings, machine work. 6v4-!!
. 8. lioh SU (17) S7
D. O. BARN ELL, patent attorney and ma
chine designer. Paxton Blk. Tel Red 7117.
07 MT1T Mil .
MACHINE designing and general draught
ing at reasonable rates. Address J 641;
Bee, (17)-M74 Mil
PATENT, trsde marks, guaranteed or no
national Investment Co., Uouglas Blk
(17) M7 M12
CITY STEAM LAUNDRY Shirts pressed,
, not ironed. 211 1HI fit. TeL Doug. 254.
EEW1NO machines rented, any make. Tic
per week or $iU) per month. Second
ly u rid machines fur sale, $0.00 and . up
Neb. Cyci Co., lilh and Harney.
MASQUE costumes. Lleben. Tel. 4115. Open
evenings. US ol
COSTUMES & 3Cth, Back. TeL R.-dTOTJ
- " tl8 MSU
BVItKliKS, rubber goods, by mall; cul
frioes; send for free calalusrue. Myers
lllon Drug Co, Omaha, (1 Out
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits cast off
. cioihlr.K. In 'act, anything you do not
neeU; we cnllect. repair and sell, at 114 N.
11th St., for cost of collecting, to the
worthy poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 41J6 and
wagon will calL (1J 611
JOHN CANh, IS IN TOWN!
Kow la lii time to trim trees, trelises and
grape vines; also landscape gardening. TeL
bed Res. llvl H. ZU Ave,
. (15-7 Mli
OH. N. oOMMER. homeopath, Bee Bldg.
DR. VOOEL'8 private home for ladies be
fore and during confinement: best and
cheapest In the city. B. lllh tt.
Dyeing and cleaning, sponging and niirink
li.g. only ' por yard, 8ad for price list
aiut sample. v
GUU)MAN PLEATINQ CO.,
4 Doug La Block, TeL 'Douglas
PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOME Mr.
Dr. King, Ojl S. Sst bt- TeL Doug.
BLANK BOOKS and ruled forms made to
order. Kecse Pnnuiig Co., Omaha.
OMAHA Stammerers' Institute. Ramge
tuag. (16 Mo
ECZEMA absolutely cured by W. A. Pax
ion s caive. B. J. Mcannell. agent, Ware
f A ' Vl.'TTH treatment and tmih Mm.
"au',1Jllv; Smith. Us N. lith. M flo-.r
MASSAOE 8edlsh movement. 41 nT
(Ik -MJ ill
EFFA ELLIS, music by mail. Adults'
evening claas Mondsya lll Farnam.
Douglas 7UL CM-1 Ml
FOR anything In the sewing machine I'ne
go to P. E. Flodnian Co.. 1R14 C. Ave.
q Mr Ma
BEW1NO machines supplies for all mikes
of machines: machines ret aired; inachnrs
f'l rent Hayden Broa, Sewing Machine
IwpL, Douglas St. entrance. Til Di g
ax oi'-nj mw
ANT ONE knowing the whereabouts cf
Nets and Olaf Olara will corner a favor
upon them by showing them tr.is ad or
by w ritlrg to MIjj Came 01 n. Rock
li'and. 111., Hto 4i'th St.
LADY returnlrg to Cal'.fomta will take
charge f eldvrly Invalid, lady or chil
drei) for ticket. Addreu T i1. Bee
SfHCLTZE BLATTKRL HI'S 15th St.
Complete line of l,al:ng pi-rl xiicitls: Ger-B-a
and foreign publics lloiis a tecia'ty.
TAINTI'L burrs, any sore or skin hurt
qj!kly healed by Satin Skin Cream. s .
OMAHA Steam l"ste Co manufacture
pur flour past. Ulu Cuming. Telephon
Ihhi!,s ts.l. Hit
f lTt PROPKHTI FOR BALE
3GTH ST., NEAR FAR X AM.
Beautiful residence l"t, fm
MR ft., terraced snd sodded,
asphalt pavement, all specials
paid. The location Is the swell
est in the city. No fancy price
Is asked. This won't be on the
market long at the lew price
CLINTON H. BRIGGS
1J20 FARNAM 8T.
10-ROOM nouse. modern. 72 N. oth 8t;
must be sold; submit offer. L. P. Holmes.
711 N. T. Life Bldg. (l-a 3
FOR BALE Two modern bouses and larg
barn, one blwk north of Hansom rHr;
paved street, east front, iot TSxlod. East
em owner will sell at a bargain.
Room 1 N. T. L. B.dg.
SNAP 8 room modern house, 2 lots. 474S
Capitol Ave., only $2,650. J. 11. Parptte.
1 S26 2t
$1,500: lot , block i. Be'mls Park, north
east 34th and Lafayette Ave.; high and
sightly; one block from Harney car line.
Frank Planck, owner, 110 City Hall.
AN IDEAL 8-room home, practically new.
built by a mechanic for a home, with the
very best of material, the latest and most
modern Improvements, barn, close in, on
block from car. two from school; on a
level, paved street, high and sightly. Bar
gain at $4.X; easy terms. Addres K
7S4. care Bee. 1
FOR SALE Oood 6-room house, lot 75x330,
fruit of all kinds, handv to school; cheap
If taken at once. U18 N. 34th St.. South
. Omaha. (1 M71 20x
BUY WEST END PROPERTY
For sale, over on hundred
(100) lot In "BrigTrs Place,"
Farnam St.' extends through
the middle of this addition.
These lots will be sold dirt
cheap, as I wish to close them
out at once. They are to be
acid In a bunch. They must
be sold altogether.
CLINTON H. BRIGGS
1S30 FARNAM ST.
LANDSCAPE architect. E. C. Foter,
'phone Doug. 767. 611 Paxton Blk.
tl9 M761 30
BUT from owner and save commission;
s-room, new, modern collage, iiv b. iin.
(1 MM2 Mt
THE KERR ABSTRACT CO.'S AB-
Tou are protected by a $10,O4 bond against
loss by eirora You don't buy a law suit
when you buy a "Kerr" abstract, 1614
Harney. TeL Douglas 6487 ttV
ONE OF THE BEST HOUSES
IN THE CITY
F.ieht large rooms and hall 30 feet
long, hardwood finish, with handsome
colonial carved oak staircase; a very
pleasant dining room, siaeDoara duhi
In the wall; mantel and gas log; a
enod hot water heating plant; as nice
a bath room as you do not very often
see; large basement, wun launary;
servants' bath and toilet; plate glass
windows; doors made to order; bouse
In good order; large barn; owner had
house and barn built by days' work;
grounds 75x124; nice shade trees and
some fruK. At 2117 Wirt St. Can
be seen any time. House Is vacant
and owner has left the city. Price,
W. II. GATES,
R. 617. X. T. Life. 'Phone Doug. 1294.
This property is 112x132 ft.. -near
the corner of 20th St.
It lays to grade and Is in
every way desirable. Finely
located for a row of fiata It
won't be long before this will
b . business property. No
fancy price asked.
CLINTON H. BRIGGS
1J30 FARNAM ST.
Harrison & Morton
-room home in Orchard HilL high and
sightly ground; street paved; bouse ail
modern; good barn. Price, KoiX). M'.gnt
rent If we do not sell; rental price, $-.
6-room collage, nearly new. So-foot front
lot, sewer, water and gas, stone pave
ment In front of and around the house,
good cemented cellar. Price, f2.1ou; might
rent If do not sell; rental price, tit).
4ux feet, vacant. In ht-art of city, for
quick sale 12.2UO.
7-room cottage, close in, sewer, water and
gas tn tiie street; street paved; sell oa
easy terms C.fe4).
Harrison & Aorton
2ul2 N TH. an elgbt-riom house east
front, lot 4uxl& ft., nw dern nn-MlJr-nat-e.
high aud sightly It would ci.st
tov or toure t build the house. Price.
tliuu, tl.0 cash needed to Imnole it
Koont on the lot to buiid another huu.t,
fating aucther street.
KI--J4 N. I:., double houe. S roonia
There are four P.oora. each Ilix r arranged
so that thiy can te occuutel iirat!y
The liouse faces east. It is entirely mod
ern Rented now for t'u9 and is al
ways tHcupird. $i.Siv will buy this prop
erty, lol MSUl
N-r &ih and laldwell. a six-rocm hon
bith and modern except furruu-e. jtn
fiunl. lot wjxI: has shade anj fruit
trees, a grape artxr ana barn, and is
very cheap ai i..t.
I acres, south if pv.uth Omaha lhree-n-o-n
hvut, cistern, barn and cuwrli fruit
lre on lil also. This la aUto for rent
Tl'itKLLL c CO., 17tn and Firnnm.
tb MJ JO
Vhen You Write to
Remember that It take only an eitra
1 stroke or two of the pen ui mention the
fat that you saw U ad in The Be.
FARM AXD RASCH LAUDS FOR ALB
-OLORArx II ARQAINS.
Fr.ur ectlons. in Cheyenne county. 14 50 per
Flv- section. In IJncnln county. $4 50 srre.
.' acres li Washington and Tuma coui
ts. K to IS per acre; one-half cash; 1-)
For r-sl bargains i with me.
Fare refud'd toeiiuyers.
Writ CHAS. B. WILSON. Mondamin. 1.
(3 MZ10 lx
FOR BALE lflr or 4 acre, with or with
out water' rights, near Brighton, Colo.
Address Box 7J, Freeport, Lil.
HOMEPEEKERS! Be careful. Locate rlfht.
lnvestigHte our famous artesian valley.
Bure crop, matchless climate. Let us
write you. Miller & James. Mea'le. Kan.
SOUTHERN Kansas farm lands. Kingman
and Southern Reno counties offer greatest
Inducements. M-re natural advantag-s
for agriculture, fruit, live stork and poul
try raising of any location In the sjate.
Mild climate, fertile soil. Innumerable
streams and springs of pure water, rail
roads, schools, church and progressive
cit ixens. Land purchased at present prices
will soon double In value. F"r descriptive
lists and complete Information write or
call on Brown & Temple, Kingman. Kan
sas. M-W MJx
4S0-Acre Grain and Stock Farm
CO acres pasture. 100 acre well Improved,
fire level button) iwnd in jsance county,
Nebraska. Corn SO to bushel, wheat
30 bashal, alfalfa, clover, timothy and
wheat on farm, f-room houae. barn 'xi.;
two granaries for bushels grain;
scales, hog houxes, cattle sheds, orchard,
three wind mills, tanks. 4 rod hog
fence. R. F. D., telephone, school and
church one mii. miles from Palmer.
Price $35 per acre. Write.
W. IL "Widaman, Palmer. Neb.
t3P) M4?i llx
H. & L. The best 4S0 acre farm In cen
tral Nebraska, ta only three-fourths mile
from court house, and has 3J0 acre of as
fine valley land as ties In Nebraska. Good
set of frame buildings complete, large grore
years old, orchard, etc.. Id) acres In
pasture. Price 33C per acre.
O. l.ano acre farm, fenced rnly 4H miles
from Sargent, ha 200 acres of fine land in
cultivation, balance fenced In two pastures,
good set of buildings, windmill, well, etc.,
a bargain at tit an acre.
Hartley & Lundy
Box JS. Sargent. Neb.
FORCED BALE INVESTMENT.
For a few days, rection Elkhorn Vallev.
Nebraska land. Wild hay this year net
owner U per acre. Alfalfa will net three
times as much. Corn on adjoining land 40
bu. per acre. Price 117 per acre.
H. 8. GATES,
612 N. 25th St. Phone Taylor C226.
(&) M70 U
. . Soalb Dakota.
SOUTH DAKOTA LANDS
M0 acres prairie farm land, cne mile from
Gettysburg. Potter county. South Dakota.
in o improvements; price U5 per acre, pay
able per acre cash, balance eight yearly
payments. per cent Interest. Also have
quarter and half sections at til per acre
up. - Write for free map to A. ti. Williams,
owner. Gettysburg. Potter county. Soutli
Dakota. (30) 2S7 Marl
ONE MILLION ACRES ROSEBVD LAND
Si-MJN to be opened in Tripp county. South
Dakota: new and authentic map lust out;
price. 60 cents, postpaid. Fred Relch
mann, Bonesteel, 8. D. (30 M3 Ml 8
PAN HANDLE LANDS
BUT FROM THE OWNER.
We own several thousand acres of land
tn this wonderful country the most fertile
lands in the United State. We can give
you the best prices, also the lowest rail
road fare. Join one of our excursions.
LEREW LAND CO..
S03-S S. 13th St. First Nat l Bank Bldg.
(0 77 II
FOR SALE OR TRADE Improved fruit
and chicken ranch of 15 acres near Tacoma,
Wash. K. Bradley. Wolbach. Neh.
10,080 acres of good raw wheat land, located
in southern part of the stste of Wash
ington, near the Columbia river. Price
1 per acre. Liberal terms.
SHERWOOD IMMIGRATION CO..
224 Riverside Avenue Spokane. Wash.
THE COEUR D"ALENIS RESERVATION
will be opened soon. It contains 600. 004
acre choice wheat, fruit and Umber land.
Do you want 160 acre?
COEUR D ALKNK RESERVATION Pf
FORMATION AOKNCX. Rooms !. Ex
change Bans; Bidg., tepoaane. Wash.
t M Hi
FARMS FOR SALE.
Don't buy a farm of any kind, anywhere,
beioie w riling us. A postal will bring you
our lists. Biadley c MatUiesen. Woio-tch,
Greeley County, Neb. Ju M4i Zx.
3u ACRES, with bouse and barn, lil S.
ltllh 6L (3-774
FARM FOR RENT.
146-ACRE Inroved larm for rent; on
mile from Florence; will rent on shares
to responsible parly.
N. P. DODGE CO..
t1 acres with g-rooin houtte and barn,
south of Krug park.
ts acres with a-rooin house and tarn, 4th
ltf acres with S-room house and barn, !3th
S4 acres with 1-room house and barn, 4th
7 acres with 2-room house and barn, 4lb
F. D. WEAD, li!4 DOUGIAS.
. t21-S 19
REAL ESTATE LOANS
MONET TO LOAN-Payn Investment Co.
GARVIN BKOs., lv4 Farnam. ( and t
per cent ioaua on real avtaie; no ueUy.
LOWEST RATES Benda, Paxton Block.
I1.Uju.uw TO LOAN on buslne and r 1
druce property In Omaha; Iowcjm rate;
no deUy. Thomas Brennan, K. 1, N. V.
Lif. . i o
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Wead. lS-D Doug.
LOANS on improved city property. W. II.
Thomas, b Viral National Bank Bldg.
WANTED City loans. R. C. Peters 4k Co.
WANTKD City loan and warrants. W.
Fdrnaiu Smith at Co., ISM Farnam St.
UNION LOAN & INVT CO.
PiilVATE BAXKEKS. -
Loan money on real tte, buy and sells
city inuu. city and farb mortgage, lltf
bee BMg. Phone Doug. SUM --) li J
WANTED TO BUY
DON'T give your Bocond-hand furniture
assy; f fJ' tr.e highest pr.ee; big piicns
p,d for o c Ijru.iure. Jo 1 u,c rt
S. lsih. 'l DougiAa m.
TOP prices for Id-hand books, novel, all
ktr.l. Siacty. lii b l.ia. 'fel Harn li:j.
CASH pIJ f r old books. Craue-Fuyt C.,
1U S. Htu. 'Pi.un Duuglaa-U-1.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTEl To buy, second-hand furniture,
cook and heating stoves, carpeta linole
ums, otnre furniture. oM clothr and
ehi-es. pisnns. fnthera bed pillow, qu its,
and ail kimls of tools; or will buy the fur
niture cf your houe crpplrte. Will buy
sntlti'ie or rnnhogary furniture. The high
est prce paid. Call the nsht man. T"l.
Doug. 3971. (251 Ml M14
WANTED For Investment, flats or cot
tages. cl"e In; most be cheip; will pay
cash. Address J care Be.
WANTED i-foot rwkkeeper's desk; also
raHtrg and cashier s d-k snd other office
fllttires. Address D 749. Bee
Rent or buy at once, five to seven-room
cottage; state price with full particular.
Address P 71. Bee. (2i !s5 1K
WANTED To buv flour mill In eastern
Nebraska. Ullmore Real Estate Co.. 1419
Iouglas PL. Omaha. C5-M.SO
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED 40 to 8r-cre farm, wi'h house
and barn, within fifteen mile" of Omaha,
for grain rent. Ad lres Tenant. 1415
Pmwn St.. Omaha. ( 'v I Is
WANTED Ariil I, -room modem hooe,
nar car line, for family of four adult.
Colonel Curtis, J13 Chicago Pt.
y.t M375 30
WANTED Room and board for two; state
terms. Address O 735 care Bee.
REL1ARLE couple wants modern cottng
or flat, good neighborhood. reasonaHe
rent. Address P 74. Bee. (XA
FARMER of twenty years- experience
wants some kind of work on farm; com
petent to fill any kind of farm position.
Address John Olsan. Arlena Lodge,
Florence, Neb., Route No. 1.
(2T)-M '.S3 3f x
DAY women furnished free of charge.
Telephone Douglas 1112. (I7 M&J0
WANTED Position of general office wnrk;
experienced; best of reference furnished.
Addre D. Omsha Bee, 1" p-nrt 8'.,
Council Bluffs. (77 M975 12
WILL any good-hearted cltlfn give a
university graduate work? English. Ger
man, French. References. Will do any
thing. "Despair," 2iLS Famam.
ti'7)-Mr8 21 X
POSITION wanted by pharmacy student
out of school hours. Address. Hansen,
ZZ2 Farnam. (:T-3J0 i7x
WANTED Position ss bead miller. Ad
dress 301-2 Neville Block. (-33J i3x
Ol'TSlDE or Inside needing a wideawake
party, address V 74o, care Hee.
THirPINO clerk aRsistant
. i ... - .i
Address 3 744, care Bee.
PROPOSALS FOR LIVE STOCK. De
partment of the interior. Office of Indian
aCairs, Washington, U. C, Keuruary 1, lAi.
Seaied proposals plainly marked on the
oulside of the sealed envelopes, ' Proposals
for Live Slock," and addressed to the
commissioner of Indian atlrs, Washing
ton. D. C, will be received at the Indian
oflice until i o'clock p. in. of March 1, iyji,
for furnishing and d-llvering about 24. '.o I
heifers, 7. a bulls, mares and l,2& milch
cows, for issue to Indiana of uifterenl
reservations, as per schedule, OLtailed
speclUuaiions, conditions to be observed by
biud- r, etc, which w lil be I urniuhed upon
application to the Indian omce. Washing
tou, D. C. ; the U. S. Indian warehouses
at New York Oily, Chicago, 111., Omaha,
Neb., St. Louis, Mo., and San Francisco,
Cal.; the officers of the Drovers Journal,
Chicago, 111.; Drovers Telegram. Kansas
City, Mo.; The Bee, Omaha, Nb.; Journal.
Sioux City, la ; Pioneer Press, St, Paul,
Minn.; Livestock Reporter, Fort Worth.
Tex.; Montana Record. Helena, Mont.;
breeders Gatetfe, Chicago, 111.; Stock
growers Journal, Miles City, Mont., and
Southwestern Stockman, Farmer - and
Feeder, Phoenix, Arix. ; Drovers Journal
Siockman, South Omaha, Neb.; the U. S.
Indian agents at Standing Rock agency.
Fort Yates, N. D.; Pine Kidge agency. Pin
Ridge, 8. D.; Lower Brule agency. Lower
Brule, 8. D. ; Crow Creek agency. Crow
creek, S. D.; Rosebud agency. Rosebud,
8. D.; Cheyenne River agency, Cheyenne
Agency, S. D.; and the superintendents of
the Tongue River agency, I.amedeer,
Mont.; Sante agency, Santee. Neb., and
Fort Apache agency, Whiterlver, Aris.
Bids upon the blanks furnished are not
abHulutely essential; they may be made in
any other form provided the conditions are
observed. For further Information apply
to F. il Leupp, commissioner.
PROPOSALS FOR LEA8INO THE TRI
bal I-ands of the Standing Rock Reserva
tion. North Dakota, for Grazing Purposes.
Department of th Interior, Omce of Indian
Affairs. Washington. D. C, February 5,
lA7. Sealed proposals for leasing the sur
plus tribal pastures on the Standing Rock
reservation. North Dakota, for grai ng
purposes, will be received at this offiVe
until 2 o'clock, p. m., on Thursday, March
Lb, M. and will be Immediately thereafter
oieiied in thejresence of such bidders as
may attend. The lands will be leased for
a period of five years from June 1. 1907,
and no bid for a different period will be
considered. The proposal mjst be ad
dressed to "The Commissioner of Ind.an
Affairs, Washington, D. '..' and must be
plainly endorsed on the outside of the en
velope, "Proposals for LeBrtng Standing
Rock Lands.' The lands offered for leaae
have been divided into four pastures. Pas
ture No. 1 contains 96.0u0 acres; pasture
No. 2 contains bju.o0 acres; pasture No. 1
contains 315.3U0 acres; pasture No. 4 con
tain 116.4U acres. Maps showing th loca
tion of the pastures and posters giving di
rections for the submission of Lids, and all
other necessary information, may b
obtained on application to the United
States Indian Agent, Fort Yates, North
Dakota. Proposals tot conforming to the
requirements mentlored in the poster may
be rejected, if such action shail be deemed
advisable. C. F. LARRAbEE. Ac'lng
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDINGS. DE
partnient of Indian Affairs, Washington.
D. C. February . 19d;. 8-aled- proposals,
plainly marked on the outside of the sealed
envelope, 'proposals for Buildings, Genoa.
Nebraska," and addressed to the Commis
sioner of Indian Affairs, Washington. D.
C. will be received at the Indian Offlce
until 2 o'clock p. m. of March 12, 1907, for
furnishing and delivering the-necessary ma
terials and liibor required to construct and
complete a workshop, superintendent's resi
dence and oflic? building, in strict ac
cordance with the plans, specification and
instructions to bidders, which may t ex
amined at this office, the offices of the
"Improvement Buletln." Minneapolis,
Minn.; "American Contractor." Chicago.
111.; "Bee." Omaha. Nb.; the Builder'
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St. Paul. Minn.: Minneapolis, Minn.; the
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NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
Notice is hereby given that th reituiae
1 annual meeting of h stockholders of the
South Platte Land tompuny will be held
at th office, of bsid company at Lincoln,
Neb., at 11 o'clock a. m. on ih 6th day of
Biarcu, a. u , i9Jt. tsy order of tn Boaid
C. H. MORRILL, President
A. B. MINOR. Secretary.
Lincoln, Neb., February 4. 2fft.
NOTICE TO 8TOCKHOLDFRS.
The annual meeting of Hfx.khoM.-rs In
The Bee Publishing company is hereby
called 10 meet in the office of The Lee
bui.ding. in the city of nial a. Neb.,
th 4th diy of March, JfcvT. at 4 o clock
p. m. By order of the preld -nt.
II. A. HASKELL.
Feb 1H ? rn-e
Passle In Klanres.
The Kansas City Journal propounds this
luxzle: Take the number of your living
brother, double the amount, add to It .
multiply by i, add to It the number of your
living sisters, multiply th result by 10, add
the number of dVaths of brothers and sub
tract ISO from the result. The right figure
will be the number of deaths; the middle
will be the number of living sister, and th
left will show the number of uvicg broth
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RECORDS OF TI1E RIFLEMEN
rarth Infantry Bcrrctnt Holds Bert Bcoro
of Year in Amy.
ALMA HAS THE BEST NEBRASKA MARKSMAN
F.sTwrt Mill Be Made t laterest
Wsafi la This Fwrsa at
WASHINGTON. D. C, Feb. U. ;Ppecll.)
The War department has compiled the
scores of the small arms compitiilons t.f
the army for 190S. First Sergeant Martin
E. Dunbar, Company E, Fourth Infantry,
led the army with an aggregate score of
21, closely followed by Serge.tnt James E.
Lander. Company N, Twelfth lnf:.ntry.
score, J). Captain Frederick S. Strltslngtr,
Twenty-second Infantry, led the commis
sioned officers, with a score of t The
best pistol shot was Captain J. A. Cole.
Sixth cavalry, score. S7.
Mississippi l making arrangements to
secure a rifle range. The matter will prob
ably be settled by the selection of a range
near Vlcksburg. to be donated by the pa
triotic residents of that city.
GenerrJ Clinton L. Riggs. adjutant gen
eral of the Maryland National guard, is
trying to procure short distance target
ranges In every town where the First regi
ment has a crmpany. The regiment now
has grounds for rtiort ranges at Frederick.
Ilageratown ard Cambridge, and It Is hoped
that It will secure ground at Westmlnstrr.
Annapolis, Belntr. Elkton. Centerville.
Easton and Salisbury. The Maryland Na
tloral guard has three subtarget machine,
which are loaned to the various companies
for frm two weeks to n month.
It Is probable that Arkansas will shortly
have four rifle ranges. The War depart
ment ha allotted to Arkansas S.976 for
the promotion of rifle practice which can
be used for this purpose, and it has been
suggested that rifle ranges be established
at or near Little Rock. Jonesbfro, Rus
srllvtlle and Eureka Sprint
The sixth annual contest between Com
panies B and D of the Washinpton Na
tional frunrd. shot some time since, was
won by Company D.
The Inter-reglmenta! team match at
Brunswick, Me., was won bv the Second
regiment with three points to srare. Only
two shots missed the target during the
progres of the match.
Best Nebraska Record.
The report of the Nebraska National
guard shows that Captain Shallenberger's
Company L at Alma made the best record
In the Second infantry. Its percentage be
ing 47.C6. The Second regiment of the Ne
braska National guard has two expert rifle
men, six sharpshooters, thirteen nvirksmen.
fifty-seven first-class, 13 second-clas, fifty
third-class and 4 fourth-class men.
Interest In shooting Is growing among
the colleges, although few at present pay
much attention to military rifle shooting.
At a recent gunshoot. for the inter-collegiate
championship. Tale lead, followed by
Princeton, Pennsylvania and Harvard.
Princeton had a very good military rifle
team and If the others had similar teams an
Interesting competition could he had for
the cup offered for college teams by the
'National Rifle association. All college and
universities, together with the academic
at West Point and Annapolis, are eligible
for this match.
Teinessee Is looking Into the matter of
establishing rifle range. It has IU.(tt
available and It Is proposed to establish
four ranges in different parts of the state.
Fonr officer have been appointed to select
these ranges. Jt la understood that Knox
vllle, Chattanooga, Nashville and Memphis
are the four cities favored for the ranges.
The annual report for the militia of
Maine show forty-nine expert riflemen,
forty-eighth harpshooters. 129 marksmen,
forty-six first class, twenty-six spcond cl;5.
and 303 third class men. The Portland com
panies complain of the lack of rarge
facilities and efforts are being made to dis
cover a suitable range site In the vicinity
of the city. The state will probably be
represented at the New England Interstate
match at Wakefield and at the national
Women May Be Interested.
New York contemplate establishing
range near Buffalo. This idea meets with
favor at the hands of the Buffalo organisa
tion which thinks the present state range 1
too far from the city to be convenient.
The idea of interesting women In rifle
shooting a an Indoor winter sport, is at
tracting considerable attention. At Con
neaut, O.. It is proposed that certain peri
ods be set aside foi shooting by women and
that prises be offered therefor.
The suggestion of the president 'hat boys
be taught to shoot has met with hearty
approval by the commissioners of the Dis-
tiict of Columbia, and by Admiral Q. W.
Balrd. president of the Board of Education.
I Admiral Balrd thinks If a suitable rifle
' range could be secured in the District
, teems could be had from each high achool.
1 The high school cadets are armed with
; rifle, but they are of an antiquated put
: tern and are never fired except In sham
j In no place la greater Interest taken in
J revolver shooting on the part of the police
than In the District of Columbia, and the
j District commissioner are trying to secure
' an appropriation of JS.W'O to fit up a police
; target range. Many of the police officer
of the District are ex-soldlers and sailors
and are already quite proficient in th use
Michigan is making a strong effort to
secure an adequate rifle range. The Mlchl.
gan State Rifle association has requested
the legislature to make an appropriation
for a state rifle range, it being th plan tj
devote the money received from the govern
ment to equip and maintain it. It 1 pro
posed that this range ahall be open to
civilian club. Michigan I making great
trides in the direction of the organisation
4l civilian rifle club. Several sites for th
range are contemplated in the vicinity of
The Second regiment of the New York
National guard, at Schenectady, offer a
trophy to be awarded to the company
making the best figjre of merit. Individual
work, in marksman class, for th month
of January, February and March. A num
ber of medal and prize also are offered
by thl regiment.
Revival In Kanaaa. ,
Friend cf rifle practice will be gratified
to learn that rifle shooting ha been re
vived in Topeka. Kan. There ha been no
organised rifle club In Topeka since 1SSS,
when the old rifle club disbanded. A new
club has been organized with th same
name. There are a number of expert rifle
shot in and about Topeka, and the club
l.i'Uld do well.
Those who are interested in th presi
dent's recommendation a to rifle shooting
In the scliools should not that the Pre
paratory Schools' Rifle association of Great
Britain encourage rlfli practlc tn prepara
tory Sthoo's. by practice with both minia
ture and air riilea. Lord Roberts, the dis
tinguished soldier, is president of the asso
ciation. Competitions are held three time
yearly, at twenty-five, fifty and one hun
dred yards. Three challenge ihleids. of
8u George. St Patrick and Bt. Andrew, are
provided, one for each competition. They
are modeled In sterling siivar. In this
j connection Mr. Birrell. president of th
jioara or tajcauon, na announced In th
House of Common that tn educational am
thorttle had been given permission, undo
to be derived from the judicious daily use
of a beverage possessed of the nourishing
and tonic properties of
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certain restrictions, to allow children of
certain ages to be taught to shoot at minia
ture ranges, the instruction to be paid for
out of the public funds.
Practice Before Rsnae Work. .
First Lieutenant K. H. Reubottam of the
Ninth cavalry, who has devoted consider
able attention to rifle practice, strongly
favors preliminary practice before no'r.g
on the range. He sas the preliminary
trials do two things; first, they teach the
soldier how to aim his piece; second, they
develop the muscles used In aiming and
firing and taking the different positions.
He gives some interesting comparisons le
twen the work done by companies when
having preliminary practice and when
going on the range without such practice.
Major Samuel J. Fort, inspector of small
arms practice of the Maryland National
guard, in discussing the movement toward
rifle practice in the schools, points out that
rifle shooting lends itself to th general
scheme if youthful Instruction, for the
weapon and its use demand not only a well
balanced physique, but this can also be
attained by its use. being a well nlgli per
fect physical training in itself frt.m the
numerous groups of muscles brought into
action. It never produce a strain upon
the heart. Tobacco and alcohol can be
more successfully fought by the Instructor
of rifle practice hnn by any other teacher,
for he must demonstrate their evil effect.
upon the intricate nervuus and muscular
factors used in shooting. Rifle, shooting
of today Is more than a pastime and Is
recognized not only as a sport, but also
aa a science based upon mathematical
principles, not yet. perhaps, thoroughly
understood, but none the less exact.
NORTH DAKOTA IS TOO FRANK
Espreaslon Reflecting; oa Representa
tive Bartow Is Xot Liked by
WASHINGTON. Feb. 18-On obj-ctlon
by Senators Aldrlch snd Hale, a resolution
addressed tn the senate by the legislature
of North Dakota was today withdrawn. Jt
began with the statement that "the distin
guished chairman of the house committee
on rivers and harbftr waa laboring unJer
a misapprehension." regarding certain mat
ters connected with the upper Mississippi
When Mr. Aldrlch halted the reading of
th resolution, Mr. Hansbrough remarked
that this waa a resolution from a sovereign
state. "The state may be sovereign In its
own limits," replied Mr. Aldrlch. "but It
certainly ha no right to send here a com
munication reflecting on a member of a co
ordinate branch of congress."
Mr. Hale called attention to the senate
rule forbidding reference In any way to
any member of the other branch of con
gress. Mr. Hansbrough contended that the reso.
lutlon contained no reflection on anyone,
but withdrew It temporarily.
HOTTMAN TRIES SUICIDE
Man Convicted of Helplnar Kill line,
hand taba Himself la
KANSAS CITY. Feb. 11-Frank Hottman,
under entence of death with Mr. Arg e
1 Myers for killing Clarence Myers, the
; woman hupband, attempted to commit
' suicide In hi cell in the county jail here
i thi. morning, atabbllng hlmelf In the
breast. HI condition Is serious and be
may die. During th, night H ttman lind
soaked matches In water and drank the
liquid, but thl had no visible effect.
Hottman, who 1 3 year, had recently
been granted a respite to April 10. He had
been derondent lately. The tall officials
are at a loss to know how he secured the
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CUYPaCPCSES TO WORK WITH COUNTY
Site In Mercer Park Xnaneated nna
Plan Is to Remit Tames and
Transfer Property to
' At yesterday afternoon's meeting of the
city council g-neral con: 11 It tec a proposl
t on was mtle that t' e ciiy assist th
fonnty In working to secure for Onaha
tne State Hospital for the Crippled, which
insiiuition Is now housed In the Horn
for the Friendless at Lincoln. Representa
tive Clarke Is to introduce a bill till
week to locate the hospital In Omaha. It
Is expected the state will appropriate t04)
for the hospital and from lli.o to SlS.oO
a year for maintenance. Local men Inter
ested, In the hcspltal have looked with
favor on a site on Cuming street, known as
Mercer park, a tract of nine acres.
The plan is to induce the etty and county
to remit a large accumulation of taxe
low against the property and. possibly,
to have the city a-qnlre Tie property snd
then transfer It to the sMte Quick action
!eempd necessary th.it the bill may be
introd'.icf d at Lincoln this weel:. The mat
ter hps been refi rred to the council Judici
ary committor with power to ait. Fom
ictfon will be t.ikcn at this evening's meet
ing of tlie council.
It was suggested thit tnr- hospital be lo
'rUed on part of the county poyr farm, but
this scheme was not favorably acted on.
.o f hanae In Transfers.
Councilman Zimnian's ordinance to extend
the time limit on .street car transfers to
sixty minutes was up for general discus
sion. The majority of the rounrllmen be
llnved the present transfer system to he
wnrklng satisfuctorlly. Councilman Alma
Juckson want'd to support Mr. Z'.mmsn ti
the extent 0 thirty minutes and said sev
eral htrsU thinKs nbout the street railway
company. When put to a vote the gen
eral committee did not recommend the or
dinance for pes;ige. but voted to tnt.le tha
mee.uure. Moet of the coiincilmen are
averse to making any changes In the ex
isting transfer ordinance.
Councilman Bru ker asked that the mar
ket house ordinance, which was tabled last
week, be brought up again, but a vote on
the questk n availed nothing. There ap
pears to te a disposition in the council to
do something with the market house on
Capitol avenue. If it cannot be used for
the purrcres for which it wax built, an
effort will be made to have the building
torn down, as It Is br coining an eyesore
to most of the aldermen. Councilman Mo
Govern said the building was a monument
to a former council. The city legal de
ptirtrr.ent will be consulted on the matter.
Mr. McGovern's sign ordinance, to remove
rlgns and merchandise from walks and to
prohibit overhead signs lowr than twelve
feet from the walk, was not recommended
for passage by the committee. Only four
cared to vote on the ordinance, the vote
being 2 to 2. The ordinance will be brought
tip this evening for third reading without
On h I nn it Ocmoernev.
A meeting of the Dahl'nan Democracy ha
leen called for next Wednesday evening at
the club rooms. Fifteenth ard Farnam
sirfets. Among the Interesting featuies
I "omlaed will le am nIm-rt to the consti
tution, spech by Mayor Jim, music by th
Dahlmati Cowboys, vocal smithing by other
-oth saver mid rf resioni-nts. The officer
f the club wish It understood that ail ar