Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, February 27, 1907, Page 11, Image 12
THE OMAHA DAILY ISEK; WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1907. 11 1 ' c: PERSONAL CITY" STEAM LAUNDRY-Oilrts pressed, not Ironed. 211 B. Ut St. TeL Doug - T .- . (UIJ bl BRWINli machines rented, any mk, Tie pr week or 12.00 per month. . Becond- ,-.hnd machines for sle, 6.e and up Neb. Cycle Co, 16th and Harney. , . (!!- MAigrBcMlumri. Lleben. TeL 4US. Open w. I .. - 1 1 II l A.I (IS) Sbl LADY ag-ent in every community to 11 Florida Fao Cream; good pay: large bottle prepaid 26c. J. 8;nlth, -W7 Ohio BW Omaha. (16) M66I 28 SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mall; cut prices; eend for frs catalogue. Myers billon Drug Co., Omaha. l)-62 COSTUMES Bll & 20th, Back. Tel. RedTlfll (i mui PLEATING B-"Hvn Dyeing and cleaning, sponging and shrink ing, only 6o-pr yard, Scud (or price Uat aiid sample. , GOLDMAN PLEATtNQ CO.. tfcugla Iiluvk. T. DouglosJW. private)' confinement home Mra ' Dr. King. 2018 N. 21t 81 Tat. Doug. S.. i- " 118IW0 ttLANK BOOKS aid ruled form read to order. Reese Printing Co., Omaha. " '--V -v . 18 M776 F2 OMAHA Stammerers' Institute. - Ramgs . Bldg...-4; (I-- " -JOHN-CAN IS IN TOWN! Now la the time o trim tree, trelises and grape vines; also landscape gardening. Tel. Jlied Mtt,. J. HO. 8. 2th ve. tR VOaEL'8 Piivato borne (or ladle be for and during oonflnement; beet and cheapest n tea city, uif o. Win bi. -THE SAbVATION ARMY solicits castofl clothing; la fact, anything you do not ".need; we. collect.- repair and sell, at U4 N. 11th- St., for ooet of collecting, to the . worthy poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 41a and wagon wm can. ut wi . A OTCP.TTn treatment and bath. Mme. ()-M AtAKSLAfltl Swedish movement. 410 N, "TtV1 10th. room 2, second floor. EYE defects corrected by -lasses, fitted ',, in! your . home If desired; reasonable prices., smiin, uraouaie uplician, , aw vnia, iiione weDster r. (18) MSJQ 25X BEWINd machines supplies for all makes of machines; machines repaired; machines lor rem., nayaen tiros., sewing Macnine "pi- -uougia b entrance. Tel. Dnug. EFFA ELLIS., muslo by mall. Adults' .evening class Monday. 1611 Farnam. 8CHULTZE BLATTERT. 111 8. 16th St. (jompiete line or leading periodicals; Ger. ma ana lorei," publications a specialty. tls- Mil ''.ANT. ONE Itnowlna; the whereabouts of -".'Mem and- Olaf OMen will confer a favor upon them by showing them this ad. or py writing to miss uarrie. Ulsen, kock . 08) M7S M12x . POR anything In tbs sewing machine, line go to ir. i toornsq at.o.i ion tup, avs, (M)-M7S Mil DK. N. BOMMER. homeopath, 'Bee Blrtg. ' THB healing household remedy, Satin skin cream stiouia always De nsnay, zso. ti REAL ESTATE Crrf PROPERTY. FOR I A LB 36TTI St., NEAR FARNAM. . BeatitlfuT" resldenca" lot. Btor IBS ft., terraced and sodded. t asphalt ?m ametit H specials JtfUd, Th Joca-Uon Is jtha swell 'est In th city. 'Na fancy prlo ts ased. This won't be on tha market long at tfc low price JtaoL , "J Apple CLINTON H.BRIGGS ' U FARNAM 8T. (19)-41S98! .. FOR SALES My suburban home: 10 aoron , west line of, city IJrnJts; good Improve menu; truit. uwnor, tis i-see riog. , . . . (1) S67 2X Jj $250 TO $550 DON'T BUT A LOT UNTIL. YOU SEBJ 4 ' '' One'pf those finest of all sub-' ! . . urban building sites, over 40 - choice lots from wblcb to i select; only X blocks south of Benson, business canter and Military Ave. car line. Wa can .make terms to suit. Call . ' or phone Douglas 867 and wa will raeetyqu ocv th ground. Russell & McKitrick Co., . -. -J Sul Agenta, " " SiM Ramge Eulldlng. i . '. ' Fifteenth and Harney Streets. 4 . (vkjo a FOR BALE Two modsrn bouses and largi barn, one block nvrth of Hansoom Dark raved street, east front, lot 76x150. EAst- ern ownrr win sen ai a oargaio. THOMAS BHENNAN a-a r SNAPPY SNAPS 4-roora partly modem cottage, lot SOxlOO ret, Ein Jna itricn Ave. ii.un. ' 4-rooiri cottage, 'mod?ru exevpt furnace, ce- jiianted. m:Ur, , permananl . walks, Zlst, 1 ' nvr O Jit Bt.-4l.ttOO.. -mom "collage, partly moaen , soutn front, Wd and barker pric only VMk W. B. FRANK, l,J31NevllaiUpck..r, ... Tel. Douglaa S60a rrr FINE ACRE " m tor flv-acr ' lot, teth " and Kansaa Ave.; small house . , ... ... . ? and barn, cistern, siuall fruit '.'-'tre and grape; lie .fin. , , , . -.Li,' i ... t. D.V.SholesGo. i ! . -' 'PHONt! DOT'OLAS 44." . '. r- U0 BOARD U' THADE. . ' .. - (19) 110S8X X 'iitTY VEST END PROPERTY " . For sale, over on hundred i ' C00) lot , In "Brlgg Plaee." o'-jm", sarnam fit, axtonds through the sntddla of this addition. . ..Thaee lots wUl be sold dirt. cheap, aa I wl"h to close them - out at once " They are to be 2V' v 'l bunch. 1 They must i-. be sold aJtofethw.' !. . Apply . ; CLINTON H.BRIGGS REAL ESTATE City Praperty Imw Sale Ceatlaaed DaYbARGAINS Spring is Here BUY NOW $2,500 . 2310 8. ttrth St., a model little, borne of I rooms, east front, paved street, nice neighbor hood, bath, toilet, hot and cold water, electric light, furnace, cellar under entire house; property In good repalf; ten ant going oat March 1? quick ' possession- to buyer on this property. Let .us show It ta you tomorrow. $3,000 1221 Poppleton Ave., rooms, all modern,, paved street, ad Joining Field, club district Nonresident Owner 'anjcloua to Mil. ' ' ' ' $.1,600 82J N. 26th, 8-room hou renting . for UT per month. Good home or Investment. $J,?00 A nice bunch of cottages, ' Close In, on paved street, per- ' manerU . walk, bath, toilet, hot and cold water, gaa, renting . for KM per. month.. House are now being painted all up In fine shape and will be one of the finest close-In Investments on the market. Don't fail to see thts property. It's going . to be sold In the next two . weeks. PAYNE, BOSTWICK & ?0., gITH FLOOR N.. Y. LIFE BLDQ. Phone Douglas 101G. (19) 1WJ 27 ' MY NEW SEVEN-IIM taTlTSTiTtT XT Big S I L." 13 XT TJL'UInr'VMH With lot 60x160, near S4th and Burt, for 11360; will take good 5 or 6-room cottage as part payment. ADDRESS L 806, BEE. (19 10 21 LANDSCAPE architect. E. C. Foster, pnone uoug. m, ou raxton bik. I (U)-M71 M HARNEY STREET ' This property Is 112x122 ft., sear tha corner of 20th St. It lAy to grad and U U . every way desirable. Finely located for a row of flat It won't be long before this will be business property. No . fancy price asked. Awiy " ' ft.-,. , . . ' CLINTON H.BRIGGS '1320 FARNAM ST. BUY from owner and say' commission; 0-room, new, modern cottage,' uw u. 17 tn. U4) M642 Ml . ' . ' FOR SALE!. ,4-room cottage, 19 blocks north of podge s diook rrom xin bl car una, partly modern, gooa Darn. II taken at once, tl.300.- - S-roopi cottage, modern except furnace, new ptumoing, lot mxmu, nne lawn, rruit ana i shade trees, good barn, an elegant home. part caan. ana oaiance less man rent, only S-rom house 'on Ohio. 1 block from Sher man ave. car line, lit us take you out to see this before It goes, only 1100. l-room cottage on Fowler ave., all modern except bath, 2 blocks from Ames ave. ear Una, high and nightly, healthiest place , In the city, 2 kits, each 45x130, plenty of iruit, apples, peacnea, plums, cherries. plenty of room for chickens; an elegant home. This will go nuick at t' ti0. 10-room house, all modem, 4016. 1 sard St., tot wxiDo, nan DiocK rrom car line, nnest res Idenoe district In the city, beautiful home see us for terms. Will trade, for good rcnwi prtjpwny, only S.WJU, TURK ELL, 16 Patterson Blk. Phone Douglas 1129. (1-M98 27 WEST FARNAM STREET. HOME) 14,500. - A fine new home built two years ago, haa t rooms, four on each floor, birch finish on first floor, four bedroom and bath on second floor, house I strictly all modern, fine furnace, east front, terrace lot. half block from Farnam car line, high ground, good neighborhood, also have several other l-room houses at 26th and Dodge for 14. each. HASTINGS ft HETDEN, 1704 Farnam 8t. Bee Building. q)-itt a REAL ESTATE FARM AH D RANCH LANDS FOR BALB lallforala. I CALIFORNIA RANCHES FOR SALE. A 22.000-aore stock and grain ranch, mid way between 8an Francisco and Loa An. gelea on the Cuast K. U. where the sua never burns and the winter never blast. Mostly rolling land with several thousand acrea on the Kstralla river suitable for Irrigation; pasture land Is beautifully tim bered Willi large live oaita. The average yield of grain Is thirty bushels of wheal to the acre; besides the river there ar many flowing springe; water piped to all 14 sets of good farm building. Tha land la all fenced and cross fenced: 2,uuo head of oattle. 4U horses and to bead of hog, Buildings and fence alone cunt $iO,uo0. Tn Income la now I2i,w a year and van be easily doubled by good management. This la a good colonising propaalilon snd can be made to pay big returns. To close an estate we offer this property at I ) per acre, including the stock. Good terms can be arranged. . Commission to agenta.- .Ave have other good properties, city and country, to exchange. Fur Information, addres ROBERT MITCHELL' CO. IOt-614 Collins Bid. Ill W. 2d BL Lo Angeles, Cat . . . (30-lU 27 Kaaaaa. HOME8EEKER8! Be careful. Locate right investigate our famous artesian valley. Sura crops, matchless climate. Let us writ you. Miller 4k James, Meade, Kan. U-MA4 Ut SOUTHERN Kansaa farm lands,. KJngmaa and Southern Heno counties uffsr greatest induct nients. Mure natural advantage for agriculture, fruit, live stock and poul. , try ralsiKg of any location In the aiate. Mild . cliuiite, ftrtil soil. Innumerable , ifeams and springs of pure water, rail roads, school, church and progree-iv , dtisens. Land purchased at present pries will oon doutlo in value. For descriptlv ,' lists and complete Information writ or , call en Brown ft Temple, Kingman. Kaiv aa. 20-M.HI UU Kebraslia. MONEY m Nebraska land. Writ us for list of some good forms In Clay county. Nebraska. Dept. L Elier ft Johnson, Harvard, Neb. (3i-M4!a Mix FARM land for sal In Nebraska and 8ouih Itfkota. Improved and unimproved. ' lare and small tract. Also some good tradinir .roo!t ions Addres J. P. F , ter.. lattamoutb. Neb. (Sua 4M Ml ' REAL ESTATE FARM AJID RANCH LANDS FOR JALR s ra s k a 1 1 a a 4L ? Chevenne ShowR, Recording to State Bureau statistics for 1906, a largef 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 ACRE Ye have a number of epe t cial bargains yet of Chey ' enne county farming land, in Y4t V2 and whole sections at $7 to $10 an acre, sur rounded by good farms, ' black soil, where every foot can be cultivated. ALSO 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 land. Otto Siemssen & Co. Office 921, 922 N. Y. L. Bldg. Tel. Douglas 553 Central Nebraska l, ft L. Tha bast 4M acre farm In cen tral Nebraska, Is Only three-fourths mils from court hausa, and haa 220 acres of as fine valley land as ties In Nebraska. Good sat of tram buildings complete, large grov 21 year old. orchard, etc.. 1(0 acre la pasture. Price 231 per acre. . . C. I200 acre farm, fenced only 4Vi mile from Sargent, haa 200 acres of fine land In cultivation, balance eased In two past r as, good set of building, windmill, wall, etc.. a bargain at til an acre. Hartley & Lundy Box n. Sargent, Nab. 0-M2t2 MJx A BARGAIN In well Improved M acres adjoining Broken Bow; two fine houses, one 7 and on I room; barn, granary, corn crib and sheds, well, mill, elevated water tanks. one In mill house and one In barn; one wood ana one steel water tank lor stock, one steel hog dipping: vat; twelve lots and entire eighty fenced hog turht: water piped to both houses, barn and I of the lots; nne ioi oi trees, is acre auaua geared mill, reed grinder, manure spreader, good as nw.. improvements cost 19,000; land valued at (4,000; total, 116,000. WUl take 110,000; halt cash, If sold prior to March t, 1907. mil to town scnooL Willi cadweu. Broken now, neb. (K) MtoeU FOR farms, rsnchea, relinquishment, etc, call on or writ to O. B. Henry, Taylor, reo. taJ mo4 w BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA. W have 2.M0 aerea of the finest soil in mis county, only seven miles from Allianoa, th county seat, and a city of 1,001) people, which we are selling at llOper acre, half down. 2,4u0 acres disposed of laat week. We run excursion every 1st and 1A Tiim. days of the month. Write or call or tele- poone. Stewart-Leavenworth Co. Tel. Douglas 6360. 619 N. Y. Life Bldg Omaha, Nb. (20) M121 27 oath Dakota. SOUTn DAKOTA LANDS lu acrea prairie farm land, ene mil from ueitysouig, loner county, Bouth Dakota. no improvements; price J5 per acre, pay able fc per acre cash, balance eight yearly payments, per cent Interest Also have Quarter and half section at 111 per act up. Write for free map to A. G. William, owner. Gettysburg, Potter county, South uaaoia. (4 M7 Marl ONE MILLION ACRES ROSEBUD LAND rOON to b opened tn Tripp county. South akota; new and authentic, map just out; price, (0 cents, postpaid. Fred Reich. maun, nonesiaei, a. u. (3)1 Uli&t Mil . Texas. LAND SEEKERS! FARMERS MAKE 2u0 PER CENT IN THE BRAZOS VALLEY. Ot'R LAND HAS MANY ADVANTAGES "Ijn VlltaOl obCTlON OF 1 tArtO. It has 46 inches of rainfall. - It ha more productive soil. It has no brush to grub out.- It don't have to be Irrigated. i nas pure water at sixty feet, t costs less to Improve. t grow best cotton In Txas. t Is a natural clover country, t 1 beat auger can land, t la a good alfalfa country. t Is a anlendid hoe country. It ha a ten month' growing season. ' it wwm snipping rates. It sella at IU.00 to til per acre. Illustrated list free. HI LAND P. LOCKWOOD, Ban Antonio, Tx. (20-MQ1 Mi Corn and "Wheat Lands la fertll northwest Texaa. W own and . control several thousand acre of th beat land In th Panhandle. Join on of our big seurslona LEREW LAND CO.. M-4 S. Ilia St.. First Nat l Bank Bid ifi () M641 DALHART. TEXAS, ths hub of a million acre of th choicest land In the pan handle. Come with us on March 6th. Join our special ear either at Omaha, Neb.; Clarion. la. ) Waterloo, la.; Cedar Itaplda, la.; Plymouth, Ind., or Bloom Ington. 111. sWe Irnal agwnta. W. P. Boash Land Co,, Waterloo, la, . MMUUtrt bounty REAL ESTATE FARM AND RANCH LANDS FOR SALE IContlnuedJ Washlectea. RANCH for sale; ! seres deded. two ininio. mini cno", land, mil i.m'il ; located central Neb. Write for full rtescrlp tion. 1. V. Anderson, Grand Island. Neb. , . (X-424 Mix Wyesalasr. . WTOMTNG IRRTaATED" LAND-Thlley land lis to J6 per acre. Also irrigation ract for Investment. Address Box M. Thermopoll. Wyo. (20) M63S M6x Mlseellameoas, HOMESTEAD THE COEt'R D'ALKNE RESERVATION will be opened soon. It contnln Wu.flOO acres choice wheat, fruit and timber land. Do you want 160 acres ? COKUR D'ALENB RESERVATION; IN FORMATION AUG.NLI, Rooms 17-11 Exchange Bank Rldg.. Spo kane, Wash. On)-r Ml WE WANT at onoe 100 live real estate men to help us dispose of lOO.imo acres of the choicest agricultural lands near Dalhart, Tex., only three to ten miles from town. Special Inducement to live real estate men. Write or wire u at once. W. P. Boash Land Co., Waterloo, la. (30) 117 Marl REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Fern aad Ranch Lands. sO ACRES, with house nod barn. Ill & join bi. tsu iis FINB ranch to rent on crop plan In famed tug Horn Basin, writ w. M. Harvard, Ho Vood. Wyo. (214-4 Mix 120 ACRES farm land, 2 mile west of Hanacom Park, on Onter St. pnved road. Apply C. K. Wllklna, Dewty Hotel. t2D-n FOR RENT Splendid opportunity for right man. i nave naif section or all rum black level land In Deuel county. Neb., that i am anxious to rent this coming season, 130 acres broken and place already to go on and live. Renter must have horaea and Implement to work place: I will put out milk cow and thorourrd hoe; and . will divide profit end the crop. Splendid crops have been rai-d there for pt seven years. Must be taken Just a oon after March 1st R s possible. Beet of reference required. Do not apply un lesa you mean business. T. H. Fonda, Jr., Exchange building, South Omnha. (2D-119 27 REAL ESTATE LOANS MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co. (a)- GARVIN BROS.. 1604 Farnam. S and 6V4 per cent loans on real estate; no delay. 2) btin LOWEST RATES Bernls, Paxton Block. ,1,000.000 TO LOAN on business and resi dence property lq Omaha; lowaet rates; no aeiay. inoma tur.naan. i i, in. x. Life. (22) 664 WANTED City loans and warrant. W. Farnam Smith ft Co.. 1130 Farnam St (22 671 LOANS on Improved city property. W. H. Thomas, u06 First National Bank Bldg. (22)-i0 WANTED City loans. R. C. Peter ft Co. (22-a PRIVATES MONEY F. D. Wead, 1620 Doug. (22)-71 WHEN you have Idle money call or write and tell us how much you have that you would like to loan on first-class eal estate mortgages, and we will procurd borrower. . Hasting ft Heyden, 1704 Far. nam St. 2Z mho h REAL ESTATE WANTED .City Property. I WANT th best bargain I can find In or near Kountse Place; house must b new, strictly modern; will not exceed IS, fiuo; preier- to pay 3,u, an oaan. Ad. dress K-7S7, 'ear Be. 21 WANTED TO BUY WANTED To buy. second-hand furniture. cook and heating stoves, carpet, linole ums, ofllce furniture, old clothes and shoes, pianos, feathers, bed pillows, quilts, and all kinds of tools; or will buy th fur niture of your house complete. Will buy antique or mahogany furniture. Th high est price paid. Call th right man. Tel. Doug, svix, tr-io aus DON'T give your second-hand furniture away; I pay the highest price; big price nun, via ytivvv Jo Levlne, 204 paid for oisjc turniiure. K. Ifilh. Tl. Douglas 771. (2S)-M261 Mi TOP prices for Id-hand book, nov!, all Kinas. ejtacey, si . win. rei narnry iya. (26-M27 Mix CASH paid for old book. Crane-Foys Co., Ul S. 14th. 'Fbona Dougls-2L (3-442 I WANT to buy a homo In vicinity of nnnBium luik, kuvui i rooms, niuuem, Teiepnon Harney 1D30. law B. ffith. (SS)-M4n 27 TYPEWRITERS We car tha highest cash price for typewriter. Call at once or Tel. Doug. M77, Kendia, Paxton block. (26) 474 Mil WANTED to buy, eecond-hand tynewrlt era. all makes. 1X8 N. 16th Sti, fiat I itih-m M21 TWO or three work horses, also on driver. Telephone Douglas 5059. (26)-MM8 M2 WANTED TO RENT WANTED-RAom and board by young man In private family in good neighborhood: five all particular. Address U H'U car uee. iaa) oiwui aix WANTED SITUATIONS DAY women furnished free of charge. Telephone Douglas 1112. (Z7 MSOO POSITION wanted by pharmacy student cut of school hours. Address, Hansen. Kan rernam-. (7) wo ix WANTED Poaltlon tn lewalry store, to learn the business; best of reference furnlsiied. Address lock pox 431, Nuperlor, Men, , .... (27) Mwl atx UNIVERSITY man, witti I year' experi ence a manager of grain, coal and live stock buslneas, wants good paying posl- tion, haa small capital; will Invest If re- quirea. jvaarvs a lap, oee. (27) M630 MUX WANTED Bv vounr man. with exnerlerWe poaltlon tn country bank; can do any uaua wura. Auaresa a i, rare tier. (27) IS8-Z7 SITUATION wanted by young roan, a stenographer; best references. ' Address M-oos, cars Bee. (27) mi sit 1 WANTED Position as clerk and book- keeper in hardware and Implement bual nesa In country town, capable of man aging same; experienced. Address. P. O, Box 107, Vail, la. (27) 111 Marlx LEGAL NOTICES RECEIVER'S NOT1CT1 All person having claim (other than loss claim upon policies of Insurance) against German National Insurance Com pany of ChUmco, Illinois, are hereby noti fied that by an order entered by (he cir cuit court of Cook county, Illinois, on January 11, A. D. 1D07, all claims against aid Insurano company (other' than loss claim upon policies of Insurance) must be filed with the undersigned in Chicago, Illinois, under oath In th forma preacrluod by said court within fix t) month from aid January 11, 1U07, and that all suth claim not so filed will be disallowed and forever barred from participating in the distribution of the asset of said German National insurance Company, STATE BANK OF CHICAGO, , Receiver of German National Insurance Company of Chicago, Illinois. J CPA II, WILUAHD ft WOLF, Solicitor for Receiver. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. Th annual meeting of stockholder la Th Bee Publishing company Is hereby called to meet In th office of The Be building, In th city of Omaha, Neb., on the 4ib dty of Msreh, at 4 o'clock p. m. By 0"Oer of th president. H. A. HhVr,l.U sVsoretary. rh Kill W- LEGAL NOTICES ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS (other than tire loss claim In San Fran cisco. California) against the German la urange Company of Freeport r hereby B.ui lied that by an order entered br the circuit court of Carroll county, Illinois, on January li, A. D. 1H07, It la provided tnat an claim against said Th German Insurance Company of Freeport (other than aid fun Francisco tire loss claims) must be filed with the undersigned at Ita cilice t No. 100 Washington street, Chicago, Illi nois, under oath, In the form prescribed by Raid court, on or before the 16' h day of May, A. D. 1WI7, and that all such claim not so filed will be disallowed and forever barred from participating in th distribu tion of th asset of said Th German Insurance Company of Jrreeport. This notice shall not be considered a waiver of any. failure by any . fire lo claimant to comply with th provision of hi policy concerning notice and proofs of loss, and no claim will be allowed where the claimant ha failed to fll notice and proof of Ion within the time limited and in the manner provided by his policy of In. urnce. CHICAGO TITLE AND TRUST COM PANY, Receiver of Tha German Insurance Com pany Of Freeport F12-20-27 NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. I Notice 1 hereby given that th regular , I ( . . . Anl.lAM 4 U I annual .iiiwliiib oi ' r, piuv.imuvi wi BOUin natie iana company wua vm u-m at th onto of ald .company at Lincoln, Neb., at U o'olock a. m. on th Ith day ot Maroh, A. D., 1107. By order of th Board or in rectors . u. n. aunni-i rmmuii A, B. MINOR, Secretary. Lincoln, Neb., February 4, 1907. FVrt30t-m. GOVERNMENT NOTICES PROPOSALS FOR LEASING THfJ TRI bal Lands of ths Standing Bock Reserva tion, North Iakota, for Graslng Purpose. Department of th interior, Olfir of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C, February a, luD7-8eald proposal for leasing th sur plus tribal pastures on th Standing Rock reservation. North Dakota, for graslng purposes, will be received at thi office until 2 o'clock, p. in., on Thursday, Maroh la, 1907,. and will b Immediately thereafter opened In the presence of such bidder a may attend. Th land will be leased for a periotf of five year from June 1, 1907, and 110 bid for a different period will b considered. The proposal must be ad dressed t "The Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C," and must ba plainly .endorsed on the outside of the en velope, 'Tropoeals for Leasing Standing Rock Lands. Tn land offered for lease have been divided Into four pasture. Pas ture No. 1 contain M.0U9 acres; pnstur No. I contains 660,080 acres; pasture No. I contains 316,200 acre; pasture No. 4 con tains 111.480 acres. Maps showing' th loca tion of the pastures and posters giving di. rectlons for the submission of bids, snd all other necessary Information, may b obtained on application to the United States Indian Agent, ' Fort Yatea, North Dakota. Proposal not 'Conforming to th requirement mentioned In th pesters may be rejected. If such action shall be deemed advisable. C F. LARRABEE. Acting Commissioner. FMtftM PROPOSALS FOR SHOEING ANIMALS Ofllce Chief Q. M., Omaha. Neb., Febru ary 26, 19ti7. Sealed proposal for shoeing animal at Q. M. Depot, Omaha, and Fort Omaha, Nebraska, during- fiscal year begin ning July 1, 1107, will be received here until 10 a. m., March 26, 1907, and then opened. Information furnished on application. En velopes containing proposal should be In dorsed, "Proposals for 8hoelng Animal" and addressed to MAJOR THOMAS CRUSE, Chief Q. M., Omaha, Neb. , F26-2V27-2R-M22-23 SEALED PROPOSALS WfLL BE RE celved at office of Treasurer Battle Mountain Sanitarium. N. H. D. V. fi., Hot Springs, south Dakota, until 12 otiock m., March Bth, 1907, and then opened, for furn ishing and delivery of Screensi Cement and Plows, in accordance with Instruction and specifications, copies of which, with blank proposals, and other Information, may b had upon application to W. A. TUCKER, Treasurer. F2S-27-M4 RAILWAY TIME CARD UNION STATION TENTH AND MARCT I'nlon Pacific lve. ' Overland Limited a 9:66 am The China and Jipan Fast Mail a 4:16 pm Arrive, a 8:18 pm a 6:10 pm a 9:30 pm a 6:10 pm al0:46 pm a 6:00 pm a 7:44 am S4:60 pm 12:46 pm a 6:06 pm a 10:00 pm all 16 pm a 2:46 pm a 9:26 am a 9:50 am a 1:46 pm a 7:30 am a 1:00 pm a 8:80 am a 7:05 am a 1:11 am all:61 am al0:36 am aJ0:36 am a 6:06 pm a 6:06 pm b 6:06 pm b!2:40 pm t'oio. a cam. t-x... ...a 4:16 pm .'.a 4:26 pm California ft Ore. Ex. Ix Angeles Limited. .al2:(W pm Fast Mail Colorado Special .... 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Pant, Minneapolis ft Omaha. Twin City Passenger... b 6 a am to I am Sioux City Passenger... a 2:00 pm all 10 am Emerson I .coal b 6:46 pm b 9 10 am Emerson Local 04?: 46 am c 1.60 pm Mleourl 1'ael-e. Loral via Weeping Water llAltn a 6.60 pm Falls City Local a I 60 pm all:-0 pm a Daily, b Dally eaoept Sunday, d Dally except Saturday, e Sunday only, e Daily xcept Monday. When You Write to Advertisers Remember that It take only an extra stroke or two of th pen to mention the fact that you saw the ad. ta U Ben, AFFAIRS AT SOUTn OMAHA Cffioiil Co.ro o Vinifsst in tit lull JLnorjiUoD Cimpaien. TEACHERS "REQUESTED" TO SIGN aware Nickel Probably Fatally Hart la EleTaterPaar-Yeaf-Old Girl Ha thai! Fraetared by aawball. The futility of ubmlttlng tha question of th annexation of the two cities, to a vote of th people with th expectation ot a fair expression of public sentiment and a free discussion of the question 1 Illus trated plainly by . several events which have transpired sine lb movement began. In the first place tha mayor called en. assembly, not for a free discussion, but a mass meeting avowedly against the ques tion, so that all who favored annexation would stay away. A committee was ap pointed out of this number In accord with It view. Laat night the mayor, after asserting that h held In his pocket a pe tition signed by lOO business men asking that, a holiday be declared. Issued tha fol lowing proclamation, which I self-explanatory and Illustrate 'the kind of a fight which would be made by tha offloeholdlag class In Bouth Omaha In case th question were submitted: Whereas, A petition ha been signed by the business men of South Omaha request ing that business he suspended In this city on Wednesday, February 27, between the hour of 6 JO a. m. and 7 p. m., and Whereas, The business men and property owners of South Omaha oontemplate visit ing our state legislature on that day for ths purpose of protesting against proposed annexation to Omaha, now Therefore, I, Thonm Hoctor, mayor of th city ot South Omaha, do hereby pro claim said day a holiday and call upon our clttxens to lend their assistance to the business men of th city in their effort to preserve our Identity. ' Coercion of Teachers. Another move was Instituted by th com mittee of th anti-annexation forces and that was at th same time the South Omaha teachers were paid ths committee presented a petition and asked 1 each teacher to sign It, expressing a desire to go to 'Lincoln and make a formal protest egalnpt annexation. It is said that loo of the teachers, affixed their' na.mes to the pe tition. Th board hat not yet taken definite action and th president" mad the declara tion tltt If th petition were duly presented to the board It would be given th tarn consideration as any other petition might receive; but he did not wish to take any responsibility for the action, declaring It wa all the work ot the antl-annexatlon committee. It la likely that many of th teachers will be glad to be awarded th hllday quit a much as on any other oc casion. Their pay, which is continued, will at least equal th far on th road. The mayor and committee are expecting to visit the packing house today to In fluence the men to go with the excursion, An effort may be mad to have the big cor. poratlons close down also; but It 1 not likely that they will concede the request. In fact the mayor admitted that his effort In that direction had mat with a decided chill. Tha matter will be renewed today, Every effort la being mad to secure a del egation of at least 600 'and It Is rumored that free ticket will be on hand at th close If that number is not reached. ' 1 City Coaaell Proceedings. The Item of greatest Importance before the city council last night was th final passage of th engineer's ordinance touch ing on street and sewer connections. This place all sewer connection, gas pipe and water pipe connections which ar ouUlda of tha building in which th connection are desired under th . supervision of th city engineer. It Is asserted this will give th department th necessary Information at all times necessary for ths effective working Of that department of the city. The- building Inspector also Introduced an ordinance which wag given first reading which deflnad tho duties of th building Inspector with reference to plumbing opera tion. This ordinance will clearly define a matter which ba not heretofore bean touched upon. The city attorney and engineer reported favorably on ft petition to pave G trt from Twenty-fourth to Twenty-fifth street This will accommodate the new hospital. . The city attorney wa Instructed to draft an ordinance frantmg to the Burlington road the right to construct a viaduct over It track on West Q atreet. . Tha general allowance for salary wer passed and several Utems of routine passed upon. Thomas J. Parker asked for k lease of rpund at Thirtieth and L streets at the rate of til per year. Property owners petitioned for an ' are light at Twenty aoond .and p street, . The city attorney recommenced that tha claim tor damage by' Mr. John Lucid ba settled. A warrant was ordered for U26 to meet the city's ob ligations In New York due March 1. Con tract for all' th aupplle for the ensuing yr wer approved. The finance commit tee was instructed to sscure th signature of th railway 'official to contract for th right-of-way for th Highland park sewer under the track. Th list of Judges and clerk of election for the primaries were -read and confirmed. Th section of ths Ryan estate which was taxable for the paving of Thirtieth street was defined by resolution. The claims of Thomas Whalen and Francis Mullar for damage la th grading ot Twnty-oond street allowed by tha appraiser wa eon ceded by the eounoll. Th city attorney was asked to draft an ordinance repealing the ons whloh gave th Standard Oil com pany th right to erect tank at Twanty fifth and U streets. Protest ' wer filed against th rectton et the tank. Th econd partial estimate for the . otty hall was allowed, amounting to 25.440. Dr. W. J. McCrann ordlnanc permitting him to lay pipe In th street for the conduc tion of mineral water wa recommended for passage. Th couhcTl then adjourned tor a week. Maa Crashed la FJIevator. ' A probably fatal accident occurred at 1:34 Monday afterqoon at Armour pack ing plant, whan George Nichols, who run an elevator in th ork department, wa severely crushed between the elevator and one of the. floors. Hs was working ths levator, but lost control of it, and taking night attempted to jump out. H wa caught by th moving elevator and hi OCEAN ITUAVSHIPf. EUROPE $159 IXTY TOURS $1,105 All ss teatadaa ALL itul Ti-b WRITS FOR BOOKLET THO. COOK A SON I45A BROADWAY, NKW YORK 111 Office. Abroad Coos Traveler- Okscka Fayabl stverywser. CANADIAN PACIFIC "tMPRMaV Lin of the Atiantlo xv-jro to zujrs zjt rovm days Th Empress of Britain and Empress of Ireland make th voyage from yuebec to Liverpool in six flays, two being spent on un ausjMKiv at, wrncs Book now for lutimti sailing. a ts. BBsTIAXXir, Oea, ftffV, 13a a. rjUrk aueet, vauaaf a, au. bead Was pinched hetwren It snd the rl,ne. causing brobtil.i, frscture of tlSe skull and a sever coecusMon of the bruin. He wag attended b, i. c M Sohlndct and re moved to the hospital, where little hone are held out for 1,, reenveta,' He had been nun once b. f,,re ,n , racking honss and was given the y, nl running , tha elevator that the Work mlxiit be easier on him. He hail been working the elevator for a year prevlou to the accident. He I aid to b rather low l,f thought, and whip in- iiih urievi oi tne machinery caused him to lose control h took a sudden fright and Jumped to his ilenth. Nichols Is not his proper name, tut he Is from Russia and? ws given the nam on acraunt of th Impossibility of pronouncing hi foreign title. "knll Fraetared by Know ball. Th -yer-old daughter -if Officer Her. man Tangeman was seriously Injured last evening by a snow ball In which wn pressed A piece of rock- The hall was said to hav been thrown by Arthur' Powell, a neighbor. Several boy ranging from It to 15 year of Kg were throwing snow balls and the little girl wa struck by one on the side of th head which fractured th skull and drove several fin splinter Into the brain. She wa taken to the Soutn Omaha hoapltal In an unconeclou condi tion and her recovery I doubtful. Mnrteasoa Too Demonstrative. L, A. Mortenson wa arretted yesterday evening for yielding to an Inordinate do. ire to embrace thing and perform other unusual stunts. II, was found on th treet between "M and N on Twenty-fourth, Hi condition wa due, It I believed, to too much drink. First he untied a horse and turned tlt loose on the atreet. Thca In a fit of anger against two small done he kicked them across th atreet Then he met two high achool girls, whom he emphatically embraced, for which lie wag arrested. He Is well dressed and . would naturally make pretensions to being a gen tleman. . Magle City Gossip., Jetter'a Oold Top Beer delivered to U part of the city. Telephoen No. 6 Perrv Plttmore was sentenced to twenty day in the county Jail for vagrancy. Mra M. E. Broderson. Forty-first and Q. . 1 making improvements to her property. W. H. Hilt, who wa hit Sunday after noon by a brick, will, not be able to ba out for evera.l day.. , W. M. Farmer yesterday took out a Per mit for the Improvement of hi property, at Twenty-sixth and II streets. Mis Florence Camubell has returned from a recent visit to Lincoln. She wa accompanied by Mis Margaret Randall of Bellevue college. J. W. Teeter was, fined 16 and cost for becoming Intoxicated and causing hi IS- rear-old on to become Intoxicated also, 'ete Thomas was fined for vakrsncy. : ' 11. L. Kidder of Oacoina, 8. D., Is. the guest of W. F. Burdlck. He is Interested in South Dakota land. He said that the Missouri floods in hi section were very vere this season. - . The coroner s iurv In the Jutiu "HanUH case brought In a verdict of temporary in sanity and self-doetruotion by shooting. He was burled In Laurel Hill cemetery at I p. m. Rev. George Van- Winkle preached th ermon. The attendance of th cottage pmyr meetings last night was very large. They are being held attain at the same piece to tonight in the Interests of the local Young' Men's Christian association. Ths following, births were reported yes terday: ttobftrt Shanahan. Fortieth and M, a boy: Joe Toman, K South Klnhtenth. a girl; Frank Brukua, JMS T, a boy; Frank Staneck, 2813 T. a boy; John JStohl, vol North Twenty-first, a girl , . . All of tha offending saloonmeu of Sun day came Into police court and pleaded guilty to disorderly oonduct and wer fined 110 nd cost. They were Del Green, Bar. ney Cogan, Mike Hannlgan, Hana.IJnd berg, Thoma Meehan, barkeeper for Ficd Hemlnge. and Charles Dirks. ( . DEAD MAN STILL UNIDENTIFIED First Thought to Be Albert Ileale mier. Then Dick. Taylor, bat Both Are Alive. " . Tfte Identity, of the. man found dead lata Saturday afternoon under a sidewalk op posit th Windsor tnble dn Davenport, between Fourteenth and Fifteenth treeU Is still unsolved. The body wa found by boy who were playing ' "hide and seek," and wa at first thought to be that of Al bert 2aglemler of Lanlng, la., as a not book giving Zleglemler's nam and addres wa found In one of the man' pocket. That tory was exploded Sunday morning when Zleglemler called at the office of Cor oner Bralley and explained that he wa still alive and that his note book hsd prob ably been found by the marf now dead Then the dead man was Identified as Dick Taylor, who was sentenced to thirty , day In the county Jail on January 21 on th chatge of being a vagrant, and wa re leased from Jail last Friday. The coroner's Inquest wa held last night at 7:30. god It was found that "the said Dick Tavlfcr met hi death from cold and expniUre." After the Inquest Ed Bexton, the drug gist at Twelfth and Dodge street, called kt the coroner's office and Informed that of ficial .that he had . within the hour Just passed conversed with the Dick Taylor n question and that Dick told film he .was going to work driving a aoavenger wagon on Tuesday, and therefore the dead maa could not be he.-It la now believed the man wa a stranger In the city as a check waa found In his pockets calling for ft package at th Union depot .check room. Th package proved to be a lunch. OPERATORS GET AN ADVANCE Two-Dollar 'Rats Ml'two Week' Vaaatloa for Associated Pre - Employes. Th Associated r-reas ha granted Ita operators air increase- hr pay of 12 a week, effective ' next week. 'They will also d granted an annual vacation ot two weak on full pay. This; vacation was given' la 1904 and 1906, but not last year. Tha In crease la about II per cent for th time actually .worked. Thw announcement of'th advance follow closely op th Increase of 10 per cent In pay for th Western Union and th Postal operator. OMAHA HIGHSCHO0L. NOTES Th society meetings wer not held until Monday, sine there wa no school on Fri day. In many of the societies' the programs were In memory it Washington. Th Prisdlla Alden society wa opened with an essay on Washington by Beatrice Bainhart. Anecdote about Washington wer told by Edna Ballard. An original story about Washington was told by Ruth Best. Frances Damon entertained the so ciety with a reiiilatlon. An original poem about Washington' was recited by Helen Wright and an original story about him was told by Grace Cronln. Th German society, through th pupil of Mis Rockefeller' German clae gave the following program: "Im Weld." Mary Oero erad; "Geld, Warren Hamilton; "PI Bunde," Walter Krelle; piano solo, Minnie Dermody; "Der Orel,' Kiel Hutler: "Ewlgkelt," Fred Meyer; "Von Grussen. Ann Johnson; "Thalenapur," Emily Jelen; piano solo, Helen Taylor. Th Lininger Travel club waa entertained with a paper by Ethel Lewis, an origins ry by Pearl Jaiin.y, a recitation by Anna Carruthera, a paer by Rose Gold stein, a. reading by Blancne Deaver, an original poem by Goldle Btarkey, and thl week' edition of th Chronicle wa read. Th member of th Hawthorn society war taken back to the eighteenth century. Th quaint language of thut time was usttd and those taking part on the program even went so far a to change their name. A recitation, "Th Minuet," was given br Hope Roberts: "An Italian' Account of Washington." Prudence Holoinon; "Wash ington Birthday," Faith West' Th Custom and fashion in Washington' time were told of by Comfort Hood. A recita tion wa given by' Charity Uoyce. Wash ington rules of behavior were given by Phoebe. Walker. Penelope O'Netl recltoj "Sambo Washington's Vindication." .lit p. sleeh Marowlts entertained th ocletv lla a description of Mt. Verr.an. A vlelinj duet was given by Faith West and has llC J'rlrUiis.