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THE UMA11A DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1907.
CITY STEAM LAUNtRT-htrt prsas I X
not Irene, til B. lit St. 11. Doug
BKWING machines rer ted. any make. T6e
per week w bu" Pr month. fceoood-
, rand machine for esle, KM and us
Ntk. Cycle Co, 15th and Harney.
. (ll U
MAIIOT'I costume. Lleben. Tel. Cli. Opes
LADT agvnt w.fl ta every community
to wll J- lorlde Feos Creamy good pay:
large bottie prepaid lilac J. Smith. MX
Ohio Bu Omaha. ! MM( 2x
T RING LA runner goods, by mU; cut
mors, eeod tut free catekj-ue. Mr"
billon Drug t o- Omaha (ir eta
COSTUMES Bis 8. loth. Sack. Tel. RT-o?l
Dyeing Ui cleaning, aponglng and arirlnk
Inc. only fcc- per yard. Bend fur price ust
I . 05LQMAN PLEATING CO..
m Dougia biupUt 7u Dougia IMA
PRIVATE' CONFINEMENT HOME Mra
Dr. Kin-. Soil N. 21 at BU TaL Doug. I..
, 1 i
BLANX BOOKB Bad ruled form mad ta
order. Betas Printing Co., Omaha.
' CU M77 TM
CMAHA VtinsMrrr ' 1 nan tula. Rimp
. Bios.-.- oJ
- JOHN -CAN IS LN TOWN!
Now ta tba time As trim trees, trellses and
grape vines: also landscape gardening. TaL
,a4 etV .Res, U B. Xt-Ui Ave.
IT,.. . . , . 08-T KU
DR. TK3EL B private home (or ladle be
fors and during" sonflnement; beat and
cheapest im ins city. xi a. win ft.
--THE SALVATION ARM T solicits eestoff
-- clothing; hi ract. anything you oo not
sieed: we callect. repair and selL at 114 N.
nth At., (or oost of collecting, to the
,i worthy poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 419 and
wagon ui cm.il. tia u
.VJAnVPTTH treatment and bath. Mm a
If AKSARF! PweClsh irayvemexit. 414 N.
MUfKUiXj lotK roMn , second floor.
ETE defects corrected by classes, fitted
in' your home If desired; ressonahle
rncaa, sJmtth. Graduate Optician, . taV
vnio, -'nana weDstar 42(7.
OS) MfOO HX
BEWIKfl machines annnllea far all makes
of machines; mitchlm-a reilred; machines
P' rant.. Hiyam tros . Mvinf Marhlna
ipt- uousiaa sii trance. Tel. iub.
.1 C 7U alio
EFFA ELLIS, music bv mall. Adults'
evenln class Monday. 1611 Farnam.
SCHtTLTZB BLATTKRT, 1U B. 16th St.
' Ootnfileta line of teadinc periodicals; Oer.
MM ana loratsTn Bumioatlons a specialty.
- (ls 470M17
'ANT ONI Icmvlni the whereabouts of
. . pjm aad Olaf Olsam win eonfer a tavor
upon then by showtsa tsern this ate. or
by writing to Mies Carrie Olsen, Rock
laland. LiU HO esth .
, OS) M7S lf!2l
FOR anythinr In tae sewlnf mschlna Una
Bo to f. h jnodman ar to., ibi4 c ap.
lis j at. ao an a
t9. N. BOMMER, homeopath. Bee Bids.
TTTE heaTInc household remedy. Batla skin
eream should always He nanay, zso. tisj
crrf PROPERTT.ro balb
1 36Tn ST NEAB FAENAM.
' TiealitiruT resiaence" Tat, Ki
UR ft terrkced and sodded,
-laaphaJt pawamen JI epedaJa
. ald. The location la tba swell
. 'est la the dty. ' Ma Oncy price
' Is asked. This won't be cm the
market Ions evt tte low price
asked , ' .
iu farnam rr.
- Ft iR BALE My suburban home; 10 acroa;
, eveat line c clly limits; xood Improve
rnents; iruii. uwner, t tte &iag.
$250 TO $550 .
ftAvr dttt A T tvitt T vrTT rem
' ' ' One of those finest of all sub-
. ' . . vrbaB buildlnB altea, over 40
- - choice lota from which to
seiert; onty I blocks south of
Benaoa, buslnuas center and
MUltary Ave. car line. We
can make terms to ault. Call
or phone Douglas 867 and we
wLU meet you on the ground.
Bussell & McKitrick Co.,
,.' - Sale AgentSi
.' .' 4Si-4 Ramge Building.
.', ' Fifteenth and Harney Btreeta
a - QM4B
FOR BALE Two mod era b Quaes and large
tam, one block ntw-th of Hanaoom park;
ved street, eaat front, lot TbilaO. klast-
SjTO owner win sen at a Bargain.
, . ' . THOMAS BRINNAN,
c ,: : Room 1 N. T. i. Bidg.
t-room partly modrn cottage, lot Kxien
feet, Clk Od Patrick Ave CUIOI.
T' $-room rotiage. 'modern except furnace, ce-
jnaiUcid. cellar, . pern-ianeta aaika, Zl.
near verant . eA.w. -tmom
"cottage, partly modern, south front.
tsa ana faraer price oniy smu.
r J3. N-Uioilpck.., r.
Tel. Douglas tftia
(1 It 2i
I .- ir. i
for fiveacre lot aSth
f i and Kaneaa Ave.; amaU house
. and barn, dsiem. email fruit
- treus and grapes; lie. fin. .
! , i-nw.-r. UlU U1.AB 4?.
a ,..-. US bOAKI Of TKAI'IL .
'BUY WEST END PROPERTY
' . For sale, over one hundred
O08) lots J "Brlgga Plaee."
Farcao) SA astondf through
.the anlddle ef this addition.
. Tkaae lots will be sold dirt
cheap, aa I wtnb. to close them
aai at once ' They are to ha
eoic r a bundL ' They must
be sold aJto-eia.c.'
. Afi;ly . " .
; CLINTON H3RIGGS
.iUt FABJ1AM ST.
City Property fee aale Ceattoeed.
Spring is Here
Sl 8. IKh St., a model Utile
borne of rooms, east front,
paved street, nice neighbor
hood, bath, toilet, hot and cold
water, elextrlc light, furnace,
cellar under entire house;
property In good re pah; ten
ant gcrfr.g oot March 1; quick
poseesskin - to buyer on thn
property. Let .us show It ta t
Poppleton Are., rooms,
all modern., paved street, ad
joining Field, club district.
Nonresident owner anxious to
S2I N. ZSlh, t-roora house,
renting for C7 per mouth.
Good home or Investment.
A nice bunch of rot ta tea.
Clone In, on paved street, per
manent walk, bath, toilet, hot
and cold water, gaa. renting
(or SM per month.. Housea are
new being painted all up In
fine shape and will be one of
the finest close-in investments
on the market Don't fall to
eee this property. It's going
to be sold in the next two .
PAYNE, BOSTWICK & CO.,
SIXTH FLOOR N..T. LIFK BLDGL
'Phone Douglas HUG. (19 lnf XI
MT NEW SEVE.N'-BfOM
with lot Ktxltn. nw Mth and Burt. Vor
IX.3E0; will take good a or fc-room cottage
as part payment.
ADDRESS L 806, BEE.
n 10 9
LANDSCAPE architect. EL. C. Foster,
pnone xxiug. vt, su i'SJtton aiK.
This property 1 VSx3t tU,
Sear the corner of 30th St.
It lAyg to grada and la la
very way dealrablo. Finely
located for a row of data. It
woa't be long before this will
be business property. No
fancy price asked.
1339 FARNAM ST.
BUT from cesroer and -eave commissi on
a-roan. new. moacra cottage, uw B. 17th.
Ua Mb4X Ms .
. ' FOR BALE.
ji-room eottage, IB blocks north of Dodge
Bt... l blocks from Mth Bt. car una, partly
modern, good barn. If taken at once,
-room cottage, modern except furnace, new
piumuing, tot mxitu, nne lawn, rruit ana
shade trues, good barn, an -elegant home,
part cash and balance less than rent, only
fc-rotim house 'on Ohio. 1 block from Sher
man ave. car line. Let us take you out to
eee this before It rw. only IlXou.
(-room oottusre on Fowler ave., all modern
except bath, z McH-ka frnm Ames ave,
car line, high and nightly, healthtaet place
In the city, 2 loin, each 4nxiau, plenty of
iruii. apiuf". peacnes, uuma, enemes,
etc. over quarts put up last fall.
plenty of room tor chlckana; an elegant
borne. This will CO ouick at K.Ncift.
10-room house, all modem, 401 S laaxd Bt.. lot
H'xloo, hair block from car line, finest res
idence district in the city, beautiful borne;
see us for terms. Will trade for good
re u La i properly, oniy avju.
TURHF.I.U 16 I-atteraon Blk.
Phone Douglas 1U.
ll) M38 V
1VEST FARNAM STREET.
- A fine new home built two years ago.
naa a rooma. tour on eacn mor, lurch
finish on first floor, four bedrcxims and
bath ou second floor, house Is alii oil v all
modern, fine furnace, east front, terrace
lot. hair tiioca from Farnam car line, high
ground, good neighborhood, also have
several other ft-room housea at S5th and
Uodge for n ?w eacn.
HASTINGS A HETDEN.
1704 Farnam Bt. Bee Building.
PARJI AKD RAKCU LAtiDS FOR BALK
, CALIFORNIA RANCHES FOR SALE,
A C.oDO-aore stock and trrain ranch, mid
way between tn Francisco and Loa An
geles on the Ctat K. H. where the sua
never burns and the winters never butst.
Mostly rolling land with several thousand
acres on the Lsiralia river sellable for
irruiauun: pasture laud ia beauufuilv t
berd with large live oaka. The averaare
yield of grain la thirty buahels of wheat
to the acre; besides the river there ar
many flowing springs; water piped to alt
14 eets at good farm buildings- The land
is all fenced and cross toured. 2.uuu liead
of oattle. 4u horses and W head of hotta
Rulldings and fencea alone rut Sinj.uuO. Tn
incoiiie ia ihiw U.uus a year and can be
easily doubled by good management.
This is a Kd colonising propewiLUHi and
Can be made 4e pay big returns.
To ekiee an estate we offer this property
at uu per acre, including the slock, liood
Verms can be arranged. . Corunuaeiun la
have other good properties, city and
country, to exchange
Fur inf orma nun, address
ROBERT MITCHELL" CO.
aut-aU CoUins Bldg. all W. Id BU
Loa Aiigelea, CaL
HOMESEEKCRS! Be careful Locate rtirht
Iuveatie-ate our famous artesiaa valley.
Sure crops, matchless climate. Let us
write you. Miuer a James, Meade, Kan.
Ck MJaa MA
SOUTHERN Kansas fans lands, Klngmaa
and Stmt hem Beno counties offer greatest
Induct meets. Mre natural advaatagna
fur aancuUure, fruit, live slock and ikkiI.
, try raiaitvs" uf any location In tn eiate.
Mild .dia4.te, drill eulV. Innumerable
, eu earns and springs ct pure water. raiU
roada. aciiiHila church and progreeaiva
ct i leans. Land ptircuaeed at preMeni iirinae
Will eow douLle la value. For descriptive
, lists and oomplete information write or
, call aa Broea A Temple, Kixgman. Kanr
MONET m Nehraaka land. Writs US for
list of soma goud forms In Clay roanty.
Nebraaka. Dept. L Clirr A Jr.hnaoo.
Harvard. Nek. J0 Mi&i Mis
FARM lands for sale la Nebraska and
buih IiWota. improved and unlrrproved.
liuye and email tracts. Alao aon, gKd
trauier pruiKw.li ions Address J. P Vil
, ter. 1 laluuuoulh. Neb. Cu sl MX
FARM AAO RAkCM LAADi FOR BAL.R
' Chevenne .
Shows, according to State
Bureau statistics for 1906, a
larger yield per acre of
grain than Douglas Co, did.
WHY PAY $125 AN ACRE
IF YOU CAN BUY LAND
JUST AS GOOD, IF NOT
BETTER, FOR $7 AN
We have a number of spe
cial bargains yet of Chey
' enne county farming land,
in Vz and whole sections
at $7 to $10 an acre, sur
rounded by good farms,
black soil, "where every foot
can be cultivated.
ALaSO FINE GRAZING LAND
AT $3.75 TO $4 AN ACRE.
Also one improved farm
where improvements are
worth $2,500, all fenced,
where oats yielded 40, bar
ley 30, bushels per acre last
year. This farm is located
on high level land, only 3
miles north of Potter, Neb.
Owner must leave; will
take $10 per acre before
March 10. Now is the time
to buy this land, which will
soon double in value. See
us for further particulars.
Join .our Tuesday excur
sions.' We never failed yet
to sell to parties who per
sonally investigated this
Office 921, 922 N. Y. L. Bldg,
Tel Douglas 553
H. & L. Tha beat 4M acre farm In cen
tral Nebraska, la only three-fourths mils
from court hones, and baa CS acres of aa
fine valley land as lies In Nehraaka, Good
set of frame buildings com pi eta, large grove
9 years old. orchard, etc. UO acres la
pasture. Price 3( per acre.
C. X.20 acre farm, fenced only 4 miles
from Sargent, has 200 acres of fine land ta
cultivation, balanoe (eased la two pastures,
good set of buildings, windmill, wall, ate.
a bargaia at CM an acre.
Hartley & Lundy
In well Improved to acres adjoining Broken.
Bow; two fin houses, one 7 and one I
rooms; barn, granary, corn cnua and
abeaa, welL mill, elevated water tank.
one In mill house and one in barn; one
wood and -one steel water tank (or stock.
ene steel bog dipping vat; twelve lots aad
entire eighty fenced hog light: water
piped to both bouses, barn and I of ths
lots; nne lot ox trees; is acre aitalla
geared snlll. feed grinder, manure
Spreader, good as sew., improvements
eost xa.uoo; lana valued at xt.wuu; total
ala.oOu. Wall take tlli.uUO: halt cash, if
old prior to March A U07. nil to
town acnoo. vtuus lacweiL. tsroken
ctow, Hieo. i.Jj at4i Xt
FOR farrna. ranches, relinquishments, etc,
call on or write to Q. S. Henry, Taylor,
Nea. UH-MtM m
BOX BUTTE COUNTY,
Wa have tats acres of the finest eofl In
this county, only seven miles from Alliance,
the county seal, and s city of . peopia
wharh we are selling at tlOper acre, half
down. z,4uu acres disnoaed of last week.
We run excursion every 1st and Id Tues
days of the month. Writ or call or tele
Tel. Douglas 360. l N. T. Life Bldg,
( M121 ZT
Bealb Dak. eta.
SOUTIT DAKOTA LANDS
suu acres prairie arm land, ene mile frata
tieiiyaouig. f otter county, Bouth Dakota.
ro improvements; price a-S per acre, pay
able to per acre easn, baiaao eight yearly
pa men la, ( per cant interest. Also have
quarter and half eeetlona at (It per aoie
up. Write for free map to A. G. WiilUuns,
owner, Gettysburg, potter county Boutn
uaaoia. XsT Mar
ONE MILLION ACRES ROSEBUD LAND
SOON te be opened In Tripp county. South
faaote. new and authentic man Just out
pru-e, hi cents, postpaid. Fred Reic-h-
maan. itonesieel, 8- D. (2P) Miss Ml
FARMERS MAKE SuO PER CENT IN THS
OUR LAND HAS HAM ADVANTAGES
OVER ANT OTHiai BklCTlON OF
It has 4 inches or rainfall.
It has more productive soil.
It Kaa no brush to grub oot.
t nun t nsvs to be irrujalea.
has pure water at sixty (eat.
oueis teas to improve.
grows beat cotton tn Texas.
natural clover country.
Is best susar cane land.
It Is a good alfalfa country.
it I a spienaia hog country,
t ha s lea months' growing eeaaoa
t kas loweet ehtpiilng ratee.
sells St ali en to II nar acre.
Illustrated list free.
Hi LAND P. LOCK WOOD,
San Antonio. Tex.
Corn and Wheat Lands
la fertll nurthweat Texas. Wa owa and
. control aeveral thousand acres of the beat
land In tne Panhandle. Join e of our
LEKEW LAND CO..
M-e a Uik St, First Nat 1 Bank Bldg
DALHART. TEOCAB. the bub of a million
acres of the choicest land In the pan
handle. Come with us oo March ath.
J 'in our special care either at Omaha.
v Kt-a.; Clanua. Ia.; Waterloo, 1.; Cedar
Kapids. la.; Plymouth, lnd.. or Blouaa
tnirton. 111. See lotwJ agents. " Vf. p.
awash Land Co.. Waterloo, la.
. . tKo-lll Mar
FARM ARD RAOl LAKDB FOR BALE
RANCH for sale; I'M acres deeded, tws
sect K, 6 s leased echnol land, all fenced;
located central Neb. Write for full descrip
tion, i. V. Anderson, Grand Island. Neb.
( 4J4 MJX
WTO MTV Q rRRTOATTD LANDThlley
land n to M per acre. Alao lrr!ntl"n
preiect far Investment. Address Bos M,
Thermopolia, Wyo. ( Mii. MCx
THE CO EUR D'ALKNE RESERVATION
will be opened soon. It contains snO.wi
Seres choice wheat, fruit and timber land.
Do yow want 1 acres?
COKUR D ALF.NE RESERVATION" IN
Rooms 17-11 Exchange Bank Bldg . Spo
kane. Weak. (T)-V Ml
WE WANT at ono if live ral estate men
to help us disjKjee of 1'.) acres of the
rhoiceat aaricultural lards near Dalhart,
Tex., only three to ten milee from town.
Special Inducements to live real eetate
men. Writ or wire us at once. W. P.
Soaeh Land Co., M aterloo, la
( 117 Marl
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
aad Rank La a da.
10 ACRES, with house aod barn. Ill B.
lHa m. uu ti
FINB ranch to rent on crop plan In famed
Pig Horn Basin, writs w. m. Harvard,
No Wood. W yo. fH-4K4 Mix
130 ACRES farm land, 1 miles west of
Hanacoro Park, on O-nter Bt. paved road.
Apply C E. Wilkin. Iewey Hotel.
FOR RENT Splendid opportunity fiir r;ghl
man, 1 have half section of all rich blatk
level land In Deuel county, Neb., that I
am anxious to rent this coming season,
130 acres broken and plane alreedy to so
on and live. Renter mut have horses
and implements to work place: I will put
out milk cow and thoroutired hops
and will divide profits &nd the crop.
Splendid crops have been raln-d there for
pest seven years. Must be taken )ust as
soon after March 1st es poeslhle. Best
of references required. Do not apply un
lefts you mean business. T. H. Fonda, Jr
Exchange building, South Omaha.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
MONET TO LOAN Payne Investment Ce
GARVIN BROS, 1804 Farnam. t and
per cent loans on real estate; no oeiay.
LOWEST RATES Beroia, Pax ton Block.
tl.HOO.000 TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property in umana, lowest rates;
no delay. Thomas Brennan. R. 1. N. T.
Life. U2 66
WANTED City loans and warrant. W.
Farnam Smith a Ca, UBv Femam St
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H.
Thomas. w First National Bank Bldg.
WANTED Oty loans. R. C Peters A Co.
PRIVATE MONET F. D. Wead, 1 Douf.
WHEN rou have idle money call or write
and tell us bow much you havo that you
would like to loan on flrst-claas eal
estate mortgages, and we will procure
borrower. Hasting A Hoyden. 1704 Far
nam St. m Mill il
REAL ESTATE WANTED
I WANT the best barrels I can And la
or near Kountse Place; house must bs
new, strictly modern; will not exceed
t3.fiufr; prefer to pay lU&u, all cash. Ad
dress K-7a7, care Be. Ca 6 ts
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy. second-hand furniture.
cook and heating stoves, carpels, linole
ums, ofllce furniture, old ciuthee and
ahoaa. nianoa feathers, bed pillows, aullts.
and ail kinds of tools; or will buy ths fur
niture of your house complete. Will buy
antique or manogany furniture. irw nign
est prices paid. Call the right man. TeL
Doug. feVJ. Ofci-MKU Ml
DON'T ctve your second-hand furnltur
away: 1 pay ine nigneet price; oig prices
paid tor oi eye Turniture. joe icvma, svt
li. lfiih. Tel. Douglas 771.
TOP prices for Id-hand book, novel, all
kinds. Btaoey, lit a Uth. Tel Harney IPiS.
is Man m&x
CAEH paid for old books. Crane-Foy Co.,
til a 14th. 'Phone Douglas-Ul,
I WANT to buy a bom In vicinity of
Hanacora park, anout 7 room, modern.
Telephone Harney law. 1107 S ZSth.
TTPEWRITERS W nay the hlrhest cash
pries for typewrlsnr. Call at once or
Tel. Doug. aiTT, fe.en(U, Partus block.
WANTED to buy. second-hand typewrit
ers, aU makes. lift N. Htb fit;, fiat I.
( M Mil
TWO or three work horses, also one
driver. Telephone Douglas
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Rs-om and board by younr man
In private family in good nelghliorhood;
rive all particular. Address G M1. cars
tsee. k) atiMS aix
DAT women furnished free of charge.
Telephone Douglas 1112. (27) MM)
POSITION wanted by pharmacy student
out of school hours, Address, Hansen,
fa rarnanv . (ZT-a 17X
WANTED Position Is Jewelry store, to
learn the business; best of reference
furnished. Address lock box 43C, Superior,
NOD, . ... cr.tMiti ZBk
TJNIVERBITT man, with t years' expert
ence ae manager of train, coal and live
slock business, wants good paying puai
(' lion, has email capital; will Invest. If re-
quirea. Aaaress il im, nee.
(27 M63G MUX
WANTED By young man. with experience,
position In country bank: can do any
oaua worx. juiarea h. is, care rte.
SITUATION wanted by young man. a
stenographer; best references. ' Address
M-sOC. car Bee. C7 Mi. 1
WANTEI Position as clerk and book
keeper in hardware and Implement buta
nes in country town, capable of man
uring sajne; experienced. Addres. P. O.
Bjk V7, Vail. la. T Ul Mar2x
ATI person having claim (other than
lose rial ma upon pohciee of insurance
atainai German National Insurance Com
pany of Chbuugo, Illinois, ar hereby noti
tied that by an oroer entered by I he oir
eult eourt of Oeok eonmty, lliinoia. en
January U. A. D. li07. all claims againat
said Instiranoe company tot her" than loss
claims upon poiiotes of Insurance) must be
fued with th unders.gned la Chicago,
Illinois, under oath la th forms prescribed
by said oourt within six t months from
said January 11. 107, and that all such
claims not so filed will ke dcaallowed and
forever barred from participating la the
distribution of the aaaela ef said German
NaUOiuU Insurance Company.
STATE BANK OF CHICAGO.
Receiver of German National liiauraao
Cumpsny of Chlcaro. Illinois.
JtDAH. WILLARD A Vi OLF,
Solicitors for Receiver.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
The annual meeting ef stockholders ta
The Bee publishing company is hereVy
calied t meet m the office of Ths Bee
building, la the city of O-naha, Neb., on
the i day ef Mare., lafl. at 4 o'clock
tm By o-oer of in president H A.
akh-ial. Saoretarir. SmbM U sa-a
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
(enher than hrt- loa claim In Ban Frea
cieco, talilortiial againat lb German la
urange company uf freepert ere hereby
a"tited that by an order entered by tae
circuit court of Carroll county, lllincla.
on January U, A. D. 1H0. It la provided
that all claims against said The German
Insurance Company of Freeport (other thaa
aid fran Francisco fire lues claims) tnuet
be filed with the undere.gned at It office
St Jio. ion Waahlngton sttret, Chicago, lill
nela wnder oath, -in the frra prescrlld
by said court, on or before the li' h day of
May, A. D. 107, and that all -. claims
not so filed will be diesllowsd and forever
barred from participating In the distribu
tion of the aaeeta of said Tha lierman
Insurance Company of Freeport.
This notice shall not be considered a
waiver of any (allure by any - (Ire lose
claimant to comply with the provisions of
his policy concerning notice and proofs of
It xi a, and no claim wiu be snowed where
the claimant ha failed to file notice and
proofs of Ion within the time limited end
tn the manner provided by hi policy of In
surance. CHICAGO TITLE AND TRUST COM
PANY. Receiver of The German Insurance Cot
pany of Freeport. FH-J&-Z7
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MEETINO. )
rolK u hwtb giveu inei mw iuuiu
annual .meeting of 'ha stockholders of th
South Platte Land company will be held
at the office of said company at Lincoln,
Neb., at U e'olock a. ra. oa the tth day ot
Maroh, A. D, 1S07. By order of the B,rd
of ihrectors C H. MORRILL, Prestdenti
A. B. MINOR. Secretary.
Lincoln. Neb., February 4, 1907.
PROPOSALS FOR LEAS IN O THE TRI-
bai Laud of ths Standing Rock Reserva
tion. North 1 ek ota, for Graslng Purposes.
Iepartmcnt of the Interior, Uffire of Indian
Affairs. Washington, D. C February a,
lmsj. bealeii proposal (or leasing the sur
plus tribal pastures oa tne manning rto;
reservation. North Dakota, tor gracing
pueposaa, will be received at this office
until 1 o'clock, p. m., on Thursday. Marck
la, 1W7, aad wiU be tmmedlaxely thereafter
opened in the presence of such bidders as
may attend. The lands will be leased for
perloa of five yeare from June 1. 1IJ.
and ne tai tor a airfares t peiioa wui be
considered. The proposals must be ad
dreeed 1 "The Commissioner of Indian
Affaire. Washington. D. C." and must be
Plainly .endorsed oa the outside of the en
velope, "1'roposals for Learn nit Standing
Rock Lands ' The leads offered for leas
have been divided Into four pastures. Pas
ture No. 1 contains M.ti acres; pa ur
No. 1 contains ehO.ONO acres; pasture No. 1
contain S.i.Xl acre: pasture No. 4 con
tains lllif-o acre. Map suowlng the loca-
uon oi ins pastures ana posters giving ai
rections for the submission of bids, and all
other necessary information, may bs
obtained oa application to the Untied
States Indian Agent. Fort Tales, Norm
Dakota. Proposals not conforming to th
requirement mentioned tn the posters may
be rejected, If such action shall be deemed
dvlsabl. C. F. LARRABEE, Acting
PROPOSALS TOR SHOEING ANIMALS
Office Chief Q. M, Omaha. Neb.. Febru
ary 25. lWii. Sealed proposals for shoeing
animals st Q. M. Depot, Omaha, and Fort
Omaha, Nebraska, during fiscal year begin
ning July 1, 1907. will tw received here until
10 a. m.. March 26. MOT. and then opened.
Information furnished on applioatiqn. En
velopes containing proposals should be in
dorsed, "Proposals for Shoeing Animals"
and addressed to MAJOR THOMAB
CRUSE, Chief Q. M, Onisha, Neb.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE-
celved at cifflce of Treasurer Battle
Mountain Sanitarium, N. H. D. V. B.. Hot
Springs. South Dakota, until 12 o-lock M.,
March th, imC. and then opened, for furn
lahing and delivery of Screens; Cement and
Plows, in accordance with instruction and
specifications, copies of which, with blank
proposals, and other Information, may be
had upon application to W. A, TUCKER,
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AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAllA
CEoikl Coaro M a'kEifert ia U lnti
TtACHCTI "RtQUEeTtD" TO (H
ra Rlebels PrebaMy Fatally Rwrt
la El ere ter Tear-Veer-Old Girl
Haa tkell Fred a red by
The futility of submitting th onewtkra
of ihe annexation ef the two citlee.to a
vote of the people with the expectation of
a (air expression ef public sentiment aad
a free Discussion of the question is illus
trated plainly by several events which
have transpired sine the movement began.
Is the first phvoe the mayor called an
assembly, hot for a free discussion, but
a mass meeting avowedly againat th ques
tion, se that all who favored annexation
would tay away. A committee wa ap
pointed out of this number In accord with
IU view. Last night the mayor, after
asserting that h held tn hi pocket a pe
tition signed by loo business men asking
that, a holiday be declared. Issued ths fol
lowing proclamation, which 1 self-explanatory
and Illustrate "the kind of a fight
which would be made by th ofnoehoWlag
class la South Omaha In case tba question
Whereas. A petition haa been signed by
the business men of Bouth Omaha request
ing that business he suspended in this city
on Wednesday, February 27. between the
hours of 1 JO a. m. and 7 p. at., and
Whereas, Th buaines men snd property
owners of South Omaha ootitemplat visit,
tng our state legislature on that day for
the purpose ot protesting against proposed
annexstlon to Omaha, new
Therefor. I, Thomn Hortor, mvoT of
th city of South Omaha, do hereby pro
claim said day s holiday snd call upon
our citlxen to lend their assistance to ths
business men of th city in their efforts 10
preserve our Identity.
' Ceerelea of Teachers.
Another move wa Instituted by to eoro
tnlttee of the anti-annexation forces and
that wa at tha same ttms th South
Omaha teacher were paid th committee
presented a petition and . aekad each
teacher to algn It, expressing a desire to go
to Lincoln and make a formal protest
against annexation. It s said that 108 of
the teachsrs, sfflxed their Barnes to the pe
tition. The board has not yet taken definite
actloa and the president' made the deciara
tlon that if the petition were duly presented
to the board tt would be given the same
consideration as any other petition might
receive; but he did not wish to take any
responsibility for tbe action, declaring K
was all the work of the anti-annexation
committee. It 1 likely that many ef tha '
teacher will be glad to be awarded th
hallday quite aa much a on any other oo-
eaalon. Their pay, which Is continued, will
at least equal tha tare on tba road.
The mayor and committee are exporting
to visit the packing house today to In
fluence the men to go with the excursion.
An effort may mad to have the big cor
porations close down also; but It Is not
likely that they will concede tha request.
In fart the mayor admitted that hi effort
la that direction had met with a decided
chill. The matter will be renewed today.
Every effort la being made to secure a del
egation of at leant 600 and It Is rumored
that tree tickets wUl be on band at th
close If that cumber 1 not reached.
City Coaaell Proeoe-d lasts.
Th Item of greatest Importance before
the olty council last night was th final
passage of th engineer' ordinance touch
ing on street and sewer connection. This
places all sewer connection, gas pip and
water pipe connections which ara outside
of the buildings In which th connection
are desired under the . eupervision of tba
city engineer. It Is asserted this will glvs
tha department th necessary Information
at all times necessary for tha effective
working of that department of the city.
The building inspector also Introduced
an ordinance which wa given first reading
Which denned tbe duties of tha building
inspector with reference to plumbing opera
tion. This ordinance will clearly define
a matter which ba pot heretofore been
Tbe city attorney and engineer reported
favorably on A petition to pave O atreet
trore Twenty-fourth to Twenty-fifth street
This will accommodate the new hospital.
Tbe city attorney was Instructed to draft
aa ordinance granting ts the Burlington
road the right to construct a viaduct over
Its tracks on West Q street. .
The general allowances for salary were
passed and several stems of routine passed
upon. Thomas J. Parker asked for a leas
of (round at Thirtieth and L street at tb
rate of Ki par year. Property owners
petitioned tor aa are light at Twenty
second and P streets, Tbe city attorney
reeemmeailed that tba claim fur damages
by Mra. J oh a Lucid be settled. A warrant
waa ordered (or (i3 te meet the city's ob
ligations in New Tork due March 1. Con
tracts tor all th supplies for tha ensuing
year were approved. Tbe finance commit
tee was Instructed to secure th signatures
of tb railway 'offlciaia to contract (or
th right-of-way tor th Highland park
sewer under tba track a
Tha list of Judge and clerk of election
for tba primaries were -read and confirmed.
Tb sect! on of tb Ryan estate which wa
taxabl for th paving of Thirtieth street
waa defined by resolution. Tbe claim of
Thpma Whalen and Francl Mullar for
damages la tba grading of Twsnty-seooad
street allowed by tha appraiser wss con
coded by tba -eouaoU. The city attorney
was asked ta draft aa ordinance repealing
tba ana which gave tha Standard Oil com
pany the right to erect tanks at Twenty
ftrth and V streets. Protest) were filed
against tba erection ef these tanks. Tbe
second partial estimate foe the city ball
was allowsd. amounting to 16.440. Dr. W.
J. McCrann't ordinance permitting him to
lay pipes tn tha atreet for tbe conduc
tion of mineral water was recommended
for passage. Tha council then adjourned
for a week.
Maa Crashed la Elevator.
A probably fatal accident occurred at
1:30 Monday afternoon at Armour's peck
ing plant, when George Nichols, who run
an elevator In tbe ffrork department, wa
severely crushed between the elevator and
one of tba . floors. He wa working th
elevator, but lost contra) of It, and taking
fright at tamp ted ta Jump out. He was
caught by ths moving elevator snd bis
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him. He had been He bad
for a year previous toe; house
said to be rather okMg . tha
when Qi a small drTrct T oa
revised hlra to hse control Mor
f riant and Jumed tn bis .ia
1 not hi proper name, bif
Russia and was given the nam
of tha Impossibility ot prono
' ksill Fraetared by anew 1
The 4 year-old daughter .nf Offlcei -man
Tangeman waa seriously Injureo appOrl
evening by a enow ball In which
pressed k piece of rock. Tbe ball was aa
te havs been thrown by Arthur Powell, a
neighbor. Several boy ranging from 14 ttt I
IS year of age were throwing snow ball
and the little girl wa struck by one oa
the aid ot th bead which fractured tha
kuU snd drove aeveral (in splinter Into
the brain. She waa taken 4o the South
Omaha hospital In an uaconeeloua condi
tion and her recovery Is doubtful.
Marteaass Twe Oeaeeast ra tl
L. A. Mortenson wss arrested yesterday
evening for yielding to aa Inordinate de
sirs to embrace things and perform other
unusual stunts. He, was found on tha
atreet between M and N on Twenty-fourth.
His condition ws due. It I believed, ta
too much drink. First he untied a horse
and turned ,it loose on the street. Then
In a fit of anger against two small do a
be kicked them across the street. The
ha met two high school girls, whom ha
emphatically embraced, fot which tie waa
arrested. He is well dressed and would
naturally make pretmskins to if Ing a gen
tleman. Ma ale City Gossip.
Jetter's Oold Top Beer delivered t all
parte of the city. TtUcphoen No,
Perry Plttmore was sentenced to twenty
days tn the county Jail for vagrancy.
Mrs. M. E. Broderson. Forty-first and Q.
Is making Improvements to ner property.
W. H. Hilt, who was hit Sunday after
noon by a brick, will not be abl to b
out for eaverej day.
W. M. Farmer yesterday took out a per
mit for the Improvement of hi property
at Twenty-sixth and H streets.
Mia Florence Campbell has " returned,
from a recent visit to Lincoln. She waa
accompanied by Miea Margaret Randall of
J. W. Teeters was fined 96 and costs or
becoming intoxicated and causing his 18
y ear-old son to become Intoxicated also.
Pete Thomas was fined for vagrsncy.
H. L. Kidder of Oacoma. B. D.. ! th
guest of W. F. Burdick. He Is tnterwtd
in South Dakota laDd. He said that the
Missouri floods in his section were very
severe this euon. -
The coroner s Jury In the Julius Ha nun
case brought in a verdict of temporary in
eanlty and self-doetruotlon by shooting. H
was buried In Laurel Hill cemetery at I
p. m. Rev. George Van- Winkle preached
The ttenance of tie cottage prayer
meetings last night was very large. They
are being held a train at th same place to
tonight in the Interests of the local Young
Men' Christian association.
Ths following itirths were reported res
terday: ftoUtrt 6hanehsa. Fortieth and M.
a boy; Joe Toman. 2i South Eighteenth, a
girl: Frank Brukua. SMS T, a boy; Frank
Staneck, 2K11 T, a boy; John Stohl.
North Twenty-first, a girl
. All of tha offending saloonmen of Sun
day came Into police court and pleaded
rulltv to disorderly conduct snd were fined
l0 and costs. They were Del Green, Har
ney Cogen, Mike Hanniran. Hans IJnd
berg. Thomas Meehan, barkeeper for Fre4
Heffltngec, and Charles Dirks. , ,
DEAD MAN STILL UNIDENTIFIED
First Tbaaght to Be Albert Ileale
ssier. Then Dlcb . Twylwr, bat
Both Are? Alive. "
- Tte Identity, f the man found dead lata
Saturday afternoon under a sidewalk , op
posite th Windsor stables on Davenport,
between Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets
1 Btin unsolved. The body was found by
boys whs were playing "hide and oeek."
and waa at first thought to be that of Al
bert Beglemier of Lansing, la., as a note
book giving Zieglrmlcr'a name and ad drees
wa found In one of the man' pockets.
That atory waa exploded Sunday morning
when Zleglmler called at the office of Cor
oner Bralley and explained that he was
till allv and that hi note book bad prob
ably been found by the man' now dead.
Then tbe dead man was identified a Dick
Taylor, who waa sentenced to thirty days
lu the county Jail an January 21 on tb
charge of being a vagrant, snd was re
leased from Jail last Friday. The coroner
Inquest wa held last night st 7:10 gad
It was found that "the said Dick Tv!i,r
met his death from cold and expnanre."
After the Inquest Ed lie x ton, the drug
gist st Twelfth and Dodge street, called at
the coroner's office and informed that of
ficial that ba had within the hour Just
passed conversed with the Dick Taylor la
question and that Dick told him ha was
going to work driving a scavenger wagon
oa Tuesday, and therefore the dead maa
could not be be.-It la now believed tha
man was a stranger ta 4kw city aa a check
was found In bis pockets calling for a
package at the Union depot -check room.
Tbe package proved to be a lunch.
OPERATORS GET AN ADVANCE
TweDellar 'Raise aa4 ' Twa Weeks
V seat lea for Aseoeiard Prews
Ess pley es.
t . - i . - ,
Th Associated ir-reae has granted Its
operators air Increase-tor pay of tt a week,
effective next week. ' They will also be
granted aa annual vacation of two week
en f uH pay. This vexation was gives' la
IM and UU6, but not last year, j Th in
crease about II per cent tor th tlma
aetualty worked. Tnw announcement of the
advance follows closely- on the increase of
M per cent tn pay for tha Western Union
and ths Postal operators.
OMAHA HIGH SCHOOL. NOTES
The aoclety meetings were not held until
Monday, since there was no school on Fri
day, la many of the societies the programs
were in memory ef Y, ashlngton.
The Prtscllla Alden siaiety was nriened
with an essay on Washington by Beatrice
bainhart. Anecdotes ki ut Washington
were told by Edna Ballard. An original
suiry al'out Waaklugujn was told by Ruth
best. Frances Damon entertained th so
ciety wiih a recitation. An original poem
about Washington' waa recited by Helen
Wright snd an orlfrtnal story about him
was told by Grace Cronln.
The German society, through the pupils of
Mlas Rockefeller's German clase gave lUe
ftilloaUig program: "Im Weld." Mary Gero
erad; "Geld. Warren Hamilton; "Die
B a nde." Waiter Krelle, piano solo, Minnie
Dermody: "Iier Grels." Elsie Butler:
"EwtgaeH." Fred Meyers; "Von Gruasen.
Anne Johnson-, "ThaietiBpur, Emily Jeien;
piano solo, Helen Taylor.
The Lininger Travel club was entertained
with a paper by Ethel Lrwia. an original
sui y by pearl Jauaey, a recitation by
Anna Carrwthera. a I -r by Rose Gold
stein, a reading by Blanche Leaver, an
orlfrtnal poena by Goldie btarkey. and this
week edition of the Cbruiucle waa read.
Th members of the Hawthorne society
ware taken back to the eighteenth oeutury.
The quaint language of thai inns was used
snd those taking part oa the program even
went so (ar as to change their names. A
recitation. "The Minuet," was given by
Ho Roberts; "An Italians Account of
Weahington." Prudence txiloinon; "Wash
ington Birthday," Faith West- Th
r us torn and taalnon in Washington's time
were told of by Comfort Rood. A reclta
tio was given by Charity Boyce Wash
ington rules of behsvlor were given bv
Phoebe- Walker. Penelope ONetl reriteJ
"Sambo Washington s Vlndu-alion " .Hep.
Bihah Mart, wits entertained th society
whs a deeenpuua of Mt Verr.en. A vieiisj
duet was given by Faith West aad bay
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