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NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
Office. 10 Iarl
' MlftbR MKSTIOJt.
Btockert ' sell earpeta. :
Fin engraving at Lefferta. ,
YA Roger' Tony Faust bear.
See Schmidt' elegant new photo,
plumbing and beating. Blxby 4 Son.
Lewi CuMer, funeral director, 'phona 97.
neture Framing. Alexander', 233 B' way
Wood ring Undertaking company. Tal. S3.
Watch repairing, ,0. Mauthe, 226 Wst
DIAMONDS AS AN INVESTMENT,
f ALK TO LEFFKRT ABOUT IT.
lAdy Maccabee's prise masquerade, Mac
eabea hall. Thursday night, February 28.
Tickets 26 cents, each.
KxcelsJor Masonic lodge will meet this
gvenlng for work In the third degree. A
banquet will follow the session.
HCDWKiBER BOTTLKD BEER 18
SERVED AT FIRST-CLASS BARS AND
CAFES. L. ROSEN FELD CO.. DIBT.
ALL, SIZES OF STORM DOORS, BTORM
BASH, STORM WINDOWS AND
WEATHER - STRIPS AT GEO. HOAG
A amoky chimney gave the fire depart
ment a run to the premises at 16 North
Main street ' yesterday afternoon. There
Was no damage.
The Pottawattamie County Abstract com
pany makes superior abstracts. Hooks In
constant use for flfty-ftv years. 236 Pearl
Street. Both 'phones.
The city council wtll meet as a committee
of the whole Thursday afternoon. The
special water works committee will hold a
meeting the same evening.
Announcement I made that the marriage
Of Miss Rosa Blank of 6H4 Sixth avenue,'
this city, and Oeorge Bprague 01 innana
will take place this evening.
Illinois nut coal, delivered. $5.60 per ton;
gpadra grate, $x.W per ton. William Welsh,
U North Main street. Tel. 118. lard Eighth
street and Eleventh avenue. Tel. 077.
D. 8, Kerr has farms of different aises
to rent either cash or crop rent. Houses
for sale cn monthly payments. Tels. 417 and
tutf Red. 644 Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
Adolph Goldstein, former local agent for
the Miller Brewing company of Milwaukee,
Who disappeared a few months ago, leaving
his affairs In a badly tangld condition, la
said to be In San Francisco.
The members of Council camp. Woodmen
of the World, and Palm Grove Woodmen
elrcle will hold a reception Friday, evening
tor their families and friends. There will
be music, dancing, moving pictures and re
freshments. It la said that F. L. Reed, chairman of
the republican city central committee, will
Issue a call for a convention Wednesday
evening of next week to place In nomina
tion three candidates for members of the
Board of Education.
Fir last night destroyed the barn on the
premises of F. O. Gleason. 43 Fourth street.
Three horae and two cows, together with
a quantity of secondhand furniture were
burned. The barn was used by Abe Gllln
skl, a second hand dealer. It was Insured.
The origin of the lire Is not known.
The'-'clvil service commission announces
n "examination to be held March 'M at
Council BluftB, Davenport, Des Moines and
Burlington for the positions of deputy col
lector and clerk in the Fourth Internal rev
.nii. rilHtrlt of InwsL Annlicatlons will
have to be filed prior to the hour of closing
on March 13 with J. M. Bnoemaaer, sec
retary of the Klghth civil service district
at St. Paul, Minn.
The receipt In the general fund of the
Christian Home last week amounted to
1100.06. being $S9.95 below the needs of the
week and Increasing the deficiency to 1189.50
In this fund to date. The amount needed
In the Improvement and contingent fund
for 19W7 Is $18,134.21. In the manager's fund
the receipts were $18, being $19 below the
needs of the week and Increasing the de
ficiency in this fund to date to $o47.ls.
William Mooney, employed In a Broad
way restaurant, was In police court yester
day, charged with enticing two little girls,
Eva Druen, . aged 11, and Vera HannTgan,
aged . to his room over 40 North Main
street Monday afternoon. Mooney has
twice been committed to the state Insane
asylum at Clarlnda. The last time he made
his escape and no effort was made to send
him back. He was seen taking the chil
dren to his room and Offloer Crum was
sent to investigate. Mooney at first re
fused to open the door, which was locked,
and the offloer threatened to break It open
before he did so. The girl were hiding
behind the door. One of the girls admitted
having been to Mooney' room before.
There wa no evidence that Mooney at
tempted to abuse the children but the police
are holding him as he is not considered
aafe to be at large.
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday
to the following:
Name and Residence. Age.
B. E. Dickinson, Waterloo, Neb S3
Anna Siemonson, Waterloo, Neb 30
Clyde R. Corbett. Elm wood, Neb...'. 36
Helena O. Capwell, Elmwood, Neb 28
Louis Sandwlck, South Omaha 33
Alena Martina Olsen, Council Bluffs a
E. V. Walker, Missouri Valley. Ia 24
Martha Ranch.. MlKwmrl VHv. ! . ?7
Old Dutch Qeanser
ia a cleanser that cleans with
out hard work.
JLa a metal POLISH H act with
marvelous rapidity, giving a
It CLEANS bath tubs, sinks,
basins, marble, etc., with little
Sort, removing scum, grease
and discoloration which soap
has no effect upon.
It SCRUBS and SCOURS suo
cewafully and with very little
help from you, gets down under
the grease and dirt, loosens It,
and carries It away.
Bold In large sifting top cans.
AT ALL GROCERS "J OC
Sent FREE on request, the use
ful booklet "Hints for House
wives." Tte Cl'DAHY PACKING CO.
fcfcCBest SO. OMAIA, KTX
8t. Tel. 48,
RAILROADS BALK ON TAXES
Tliraa Out Amount Ausased for Water and
INSIST PART. OF LINES ARE NOT BENEFITED
Coaarll Looking Matter I and Bait
May Be Broaght ia Endeavor i
Collect the Amoant
For 'some years past the Union Pacific,
Illinois Central and Northwestern railroad
have refused to pay the city taxes levied
for water and light purpose. It I said
that the dry has on this account lost sev
eral thousand dollars, and In accordance
with the suggestion of Mayor Macrae and
Instruction of the city council a special
committee, consisting of Counclimen Ma
loney, Hendrlx and Wallace, will make an
Investigation with a view of ascertaining
how much ha been held back In the way
of taxes by these railroad. It I likely suit
will be brought to recover the amount from
the railroad In question.
The position taken by the Union Pacific,
Illinois Central and Northwestern railroad
Is that part of their mileage on which tbey
are taxed la so located as to not receive
any benefit from the city lighting or water
secvlce. This being the view taken of the
matter by the railroads, they, when paying
the annual taxes, withhold a certain por
tion of the water and light tax sufficient
In their estimation to cover that part of
their mileage which they claim derive no
benefit from these public utilities.
A few year ago the Union Pacific re
fused to pay these taxes on the cast half
of Its bridge across the Missouri river, as
serting that it did not derive any benefit,
and Its contention was sustained by Judge
Mcpherson of the United States court. The
Northwestern followed the lead of the
Union Pacific and declined to pay these
taxes on part of It mileage. Later the
Illinois Central .followed suit.
The city officials who have been looking
Into this matter contend that the railroad
have no ground for refusing to pay the
full amount of the taxes levied for both
water and light, considering that despite
their large holdings within the city limits
their taxes are exceedingly small.
Total Railroad Taxes.
Outside of the Union Pacific the city re
ceive annually but about $12,000 In taxes
from all the other railroads centering here.
The following shows the total taxes paid by
tha railroad to the city for this year:
Union Pacific $20 91.59
Rock Island , 1,936.80
Great Western 1,068.98
Illinois Central 1,874 83
Terminal 360 25
Injustice of Present System.
The unfairness of the present' system of
taxing the railroads 1 fully exemplified In
the local situation. The Northwestern pays
taxes in the city on a valuation of $51,173.
while In Rockford townhlp, this county, it
pay on a valuation of $96.74, In Crescent
township on a valuation of $96,833 and In
Garner township on a valuation of $61,794.
The Burlington pay In the city on a
valuation of $22,203. while In Lewi town-
shlp It pay on a valuation of $4.330.
The Milwaukee pay in the city on a
valuation of $27,098. while in Garner town
ship It pay on a valuation of $62,475.
The Rock Island pay In the city on n
valuation of $26,146. while In Garner town
shlp It pays on a valuation of $63,547.
The Illinois Central pay in the city on
a valuation of $18,672, while In Crescent
township It pay on a valuation of $26,095.
Th Great Western pays In the city on a
valuation of $14,445, while in Garner town
ship It pay on a valuation of $30,034.
The Wabash pay In the city on a valua
tion of $9,436, while ln'Lewi township It
pay on a valuation of $39,811.
The Iowa League of Municipalities ha
taken up th matter of taxing railroad
terminals and City Treasurer True has
been authorised by the city council to em
ploy the necessary help to prepare the
needed statistic and figure from thla city
to assist the league In its work. That the
desired legislation will be obtained at this
session 1 doubtful, - but the league ha
hope of finally securing It.
Don't neglect your eye any longer, let
u fit you with, a pair of our perfect lilting
glasses. Leftert, optician. 409 Broadway,
. Real Estate Transfer.
These transfer were reported to The
Bee February 26 by the Pottawattamie
County Abstract company of Council
Sylvester Dye to John L. Harsch.
nw4 and nw of w4. 83-74-40,
w. d mm
Wllhelm Nath and wife to Jamea T. I
Trlplett. nVi of ne and part of
ae", of ne and part ne of e4,
$3-76-42, w. d 11,035
C. H Crosier and wife to Asa Inman,
H: of nw. 17-75-38. w. d (.800
Charles Shlels and wife to William
C. Kerber, w of seVe. 13-75-43,
w. d ( floo .
Charles Shells and wife to Reuben
C. Hartwell, ne of sw. 13-75-42,
w. d 1000 I
Charles Shells and wife to V. R.
Morris, se of w, 12-75-43. w. d.. $.000
part of outlot E In Johnson's addi
tion to Council Blurts, la., w. d 2,600
Mary A. Jackson and husband to
Minnie B. Merryman, n, of nV and
of ne, 22-75-43. w. d L260
City of Council Bluffs, la., to J. K.
Cooper, ei feet of Eleventh street
from south line of Fourth avenue
to a line feet north of and parallel
with north line of McMahon Cooper
A Jefferts' addition to Council
muffs, Ia., w. d 250
Elisabeth C. Payne to Benjamln-Fehr
Real fctate company, lot 24, block
8. Central subdivision In Council
Bluffs, la., q. o. d 100
Jewica J. Bledentopf et al. to William
Arnd, lota 15 and 16. block 31. and
lot 11, block 37. Central subdivision
In Council Bluffs, Ia., q. c. d $0
Jessica J. Sledentopf et al. to C. D.
lMlltn, lot 10, blovk 11, and lots $, 4
and 6, block 36, Ferry addtlon Ut
Council Bluffs. Ia.. q. c. d 10
Martha E. Goes et al. to Sadie E.
Ooss, lot 16. block 6. Williams' First
addition to Council Bluffs, la-,
w. d . i
B. M. Goes and wife to Sadie E. Gos.
lot 16, block 5. Williams' First addi
tion to Council Blurts, Ia.. w. d 1
M E. Wright and husband to Sadie
E. Ooss, lot 16. block 6, Williams'
. First addition to Council Bluffs, la..
w. d 7...... 1
8. W. Beslcy and wife to W. - F.
Schnorr. part of lot T and 8. Tin-
dale ubdlvislon In Council Bluffs.
Ia., q. c. d i
Fred H. Witt and wife to Adllene E.
mil. io i. mora i, judsona First
I J addition to Neola, Ia., a. c. d
Annie Bon to Jo Q. Avis and
f &d'e J B. Bon. of
I itt-w, w. u
1 Fayette Perry and Hasel Perry to V.
' B. Perry. e of aeV. 10-75-42. a. (
Van Buren Pvrry to Emogene Perry
et al.. sW of ne4, 14-75-42, q. o.d..
Twenty transfer, total
Clock repairing. O. Slauth.
Matter la District Cart.
The district court jury In the 'ess of Fred
Auerwerter. charged with the theft of three
hide t row th premises of F. SohoetOng at
Treynor, brought In a verdict of acquittal
yesterday after about an hour's delibera
tion. A County Attorney Hens 1 attending
court In Avoca, no criminal cases will be
taken up until hi return.
Today th trial of the personal Injury
suit of Slevert Rlef against the Nebraska
Telephone company will be taken up.
Motions for new trial have been filed In
th personal Injuries suits of Mrs. Ora
Everett and J. W. Kannoyer against th
street railway company.
Onr f annfartnrlaa; Department.
We are prepared to do all kinds of Jew
elry repairing, watch work. Special de
sign furnished for diamonds and Jewelry.
Try us. We guarantee satisfaction. Lef
tert's, reliable Jeweler.
MICH INTEREST I CXVB BANQUET
Fonr Congressmen 'on the Proa-ram
: Much Interest Is being manifested In the
approaching annual banquet of the Com
mercial club, which will be held Saturday
evening, March 16. Owing to the long pro
gram of ' addresses the banquet will begin
at $:30 o'clock. Indications are that the
large ball room of the Grand hotel will be
Inadequate to accommodate all desiring to
be present and It I expected that table
will have to be set In the ordinary and
the hall between the ball room and the
A previously 'announced Congressman
Walter I. Bmlth will be toastmaster and
the speakers will be as follow: Congress
man Charles E. Llttlefleld of Maine, Con
gressman James Tawney of Minnesota,
Congressman Washington I. Gardiner of
Michigan, Honorable Martin J. Wade of
Iowa City, Ia.
FANCY REX BREAK-FAST BACON
STRIPS, 14V4C PER POUND. CENTRAL
GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET,
PHONE 24. '
. Harrison Allowed to Plead Caae.
Thomas Q. Harrison In Justice Geene's
court yesterday acted as counsel for C. H.
Johnson, charged' with obtaining money
under false pretenses- from landlord Dob
son of the Metropolitan hotel. Justice
Green overruled the motion of counsel for
the prosecuting witness to exclude Harri
son from the case on the grounds that he
was not entitled to practice, not having
been admitted to the bar. Justice Greene'
ruling wa in direct contravention to the
opinion of County Attorney Hess, to whom
the matter had been referred at the sug
gestion of Judge Thornell of the district
court. Mr. Hess notified Justice - Greene
that he wa unable to find any law per
mitting Mr. Harrison to appear as counsel
for a defendant in a criminal action, even
Irt a Justice court.
Attorney Emmet Tlnley appeared before
Justice Greene on behalf of Harrison and
while avoiding. It 1 said, the legal ques
tion Involved, appealed to the sympathy of
the court, making the plea that Mr. Harri
son was endeavoring to earn an honest
living and that he had been made the object
of persecution by certain member of the
Johnson' preliminary hearing . wa not
concluded ' when court adjourned for the
day. The defense la trying to show that
Johnson was under the Influence of "dope"
when he obtained the money and oredlt
ONLY HIGH GRADE WATCH WORK
DONE AT LEFFERT'8.
N. Y.1 Plumbing Co. Tel. 620. Night. L 968.
Commercial Clnb Regrets Hill' Death
- The following resolutions on the death
of F. H. Hill, secretary of the Empkle-Shugart-HlU
company and one of the lead
ing buslnes men of the cdty, have been
adopted by the Council Bluffs Commercial
Resolved by the executive committee of
the Council Bluffs Commercial club that In
the death of Mr. Frederick H. Hill this
club has suffered a severe and most keenly
felt loss, and our city and Its Interests a
faithful champion and watchful guardian.
Mr. Hill at all times cheerfully gave his
support, advice and Influence, his time and
thoughtful attention to the promotion of
the welfare of the Commercial club and
the betterment of the affair of the -city,
and many improvements have been effected
which may be directly traced to hi as
sistance, and the adoption of his sound
He was one of our most earnest and en
ergetic workers, never failing to respond
to our-call for aid; and we wish to ac
knowledge gratefully our appreciation of
his devotion to the good of this community,
and to express dur great sense of personal
bereavement In his sudden and untimely
death. Mr. Hill was a gentleman honored
and respected by all. and beloved for hia
genial and sympathetic personal qualities.
Resolved, That- the secretary be directed
to convey to the family of Mr. Hill the
ympathy of 'the member of this organ
isation, cause these resolutions to be spread
upon our record and embodied In our an
nual report, and .to be made publlo by the
' WE HANDLE THE HIGHEST GRADE
THE VALUE IS GUARANTEED. LEF
FERT'8. RELIABLE JEWELERS.
Old Resident Dead.
Louis Zuermulen, a residents of this city
since 1863, died last night' at his home, 108
Bluff street, aged 78 year. The deceased
for many, year was active In the affair
of the city, but of recent years, owing to
hi advanced age had abandoned the more
active pursuit. He leave a widow, two
sons, Louis and Frank, and two daughter.
Mrs. Sweeney of Wheeling W. Vs., and
Mr. Damon of thla city. .
CENTRAL FLOUR. $1.06 PER SACK
EVERT SACK WARRANTED. CENTRAL
GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET,
Big Preperty Trade at Creston.
CRESTON. Is,. Feb. .--8peclal.) One
of the largest real estate transfer that ha
ever tsken place In this county, Involving
nearly $150,000, took place several day ago.
E. F. Freeman of this city, whe recently
bought 750 seres of Union county land, dis
posed of his property In a trade with Turner
4k Bon of Moravia, Appanoose county, re
ceiving In exchange aa Implement estab
lishment with a stock of good, a furnltar
stock, a two-story business block of two
room, a hotel, a lumber yard, a stock of
hardware and two residence properties; all
located In Appanoose county.
ROBERT BURNS lOo CIGAR. OLD
TIMES to- and SPINA lOe CIGAR. MA
LONEY CIGAR CO.. DISTRIBUTOR;
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IA,
Tots) Congregational Pnlnlts Vacant.
SIOUX CITY, Ia., Feb. tt (Special,) The
resignation o Rev. L. M. Pierce, pastor of
Mayflower Congregational church, leaves
vacant th pastorate of both Congregational
churches In Sioux City. Rev. J. W. Frtsell,
after a sensational sermon denouncing
members of his congregation for their
treatment of him, resigned his pastorate
and went Into th real estate business. Now
Mr. Pierce, because of poor health, has de
elded to take up the work of a smaller con
gregation at Prtmghar. on May I. His Sioux
City pastorate has been very successful.
V Chance fnr Masrlvny.
SIOUX CITY. I.. Feb. . (Special Tele
gram.) W. A. Magivny. secretary of the
Sioux City Stock Tarda company, has beea
elected president of the Union Stock Yarls
company at South St. Paul. Hi new
duties begin April 1. H ha beeu with
the Slous. City Stock Yard company
si ace 1114.
DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY,
TWO-CENT FARE BILL PASSED
Hst a Tots Acsinit tbs Manure Whin it
Comes Up in Sesati.
WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE BILL SMOTHERED
Rankin State Marshal Meaaar Re
' ported Oat ' la the Senate Bill
to Bhnt Os Advertising
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, Feb. 26. (Special.) In the
senate today the maximum passenger fare
bill passed unanimously, forty-eight voting
for the bill and the other two senator being
absent. The bill passed the house unanl.
mously and without debate. There wa
practically no debate in the nate, but
Turner of Adam In calling the bill up ex
plained It, In' some detail and Smith of
Mitchell made a more extended argument
In favor of It passage. There were no
argument against the bill and no attempt
to amend it..
The bill provide . that th larger and
more Important road, those whose gross
earnings annually per mile are over $3,000,
hall charge passenger fare not to exoeed
t cents per mile. Those road known as
class B road and whose gross earnings
are over $3,000 a mile, but not greater than
$3,000 per . mile, shall charge not to exceed
2H cent and those whose gros earning
are not to exceed $2,000 per mile can charge
not to exoeed 8 cent per rnlle.
The bill has no publication clause. It was
passed Just as it came from the house but
for an amendment providing that the min
imum fare charged ' for' any trip can be
10 cents. This probably will be accepted by
the house and the' bill will then go to the
governor. If signed by the governor it will
go Into effect July 4. this year.
SniTraare Bill Smothered.
Woman suffrage was knocked out again
by the house committee by a vote of I
to 4, but a minority report will be filed
which will force the resolution to a vote in
Deemer Explain School.
Before the Joint agriculture committee
of the legislature, which met In the senate
chamber this afternoon to accommodate
the crowd. Judge Horace Deemer of the
supreme court explained - the purpose of
the . agricultural high school, which a bill
drawn by him provide shall be erected at
Red Oak! Judge Deemer talked at some
length on the bill and declared It should
not - be a question of how many school
or where located. There should be many
and he thought the farmer had long suf
fered their sons to be taught other things
than agriculture and thus to be lead away
from, the farm.
Rankin Bill Is On.
For th first time In many session that
the Rankin state marshal bill has been
before the legislature. It has gotten past
the committee and will come on th floor of
one of the house. It wa reported out in
the senate this morning by the temperance
committee with' the ' recommendation that
It pass. The bill provide marshals and
deputy marshals over the state to enforce
the liquor law of the stats. t '
Good Batter Special.
A " Good, Butter Special" left De Moines
over the ' Great Western this morning at
7:30 and made Its first stop at. Btmdurant.
Waterloo was .expected to, be reached by
thla evening, with numerous stop In be
tween. At each stop State Dairy and Food
Commissioner H. R. Wright and Prof. O.
N. McKay of the State Agricultural col
lege delivered addresses to th ' farmer
and the creamery men on the fundamental
In making good butter. I ' ' ' "
Kidnaping Caae Settled!.
The kidnaping case .from Chesterfield was
settled In police court in this city today.
Miss Hoke eloped with Samuel Speck, who
wa accused of kidnaping the girl by her
parents. .While the case was waiting trial
the parents kidnaped the girl back and to
day n police court all shook hands all
around eAid 'dropped 'the case.
Odd Fellows Vote Money.
Judge J. H. Henderson, grand master of
the Independent . Order of Odd Fellow'
grand lodge of Iowa, today called to order
the special meeting of the lodge and stated
the purpose to be the appropriation ' of
money to complete the ' orphanas' home at
Mason City. The money Is In the lodge
treasury for the purpose. '
Doctors Object to Advertising.
A bill "for an act - to repeal section 2578
of the code and to enact a substitute there
for relating to the revocation of physicians'
certificates,'.' Introduced In the house by
SHORT TALKS BY
L. T. COOPER.
My, ihut . people' stomachs do cause a
lot of trouble. I offered to wager soma
doctor In SL Paul.
Minn., that one
half of all alcknea
1 caused by the
stomach. After I
assured them that
my medicine did
nothing but put
stomach In shape
and they had spent
a day listening to
what people who
called on m had
C H. POWELL. t0 thBr hd
to agree with m. They heard people com
In and tejl me that for year they had been
near the - grave with Bright' disease, or
lung trouble, or kidney complaint and all
manner of disease and that th New Dis
covery had cured them. Of course, these
people were mistaken. It was nothing but
their stomach.. A-a matter of fact, when
the stomach give out, everything els la
thrown out of order, too.
When a person feels tired and dull and
despondent, la. losing flesh and don't sleep
well, has a poor memory, a had taste In
tb mouth, . a coated tongue, and other
troubles he's, liable' to believe a . lot of
things are the matter with' him. Nln
chance to on It' hi stomach.' I've seen
Cooper' New Discovery bring back health
to too many people in Just this shap to
believe anything els.' Her' a latter
"I suffered for a long time without know
ing Just what was the matter with me. I
seldom felt Ilk eating. I lost greatly In
weight. My digestion was extremely poor
and when I Old eat I Invariably suffered
afterward. I was constipated and fre
quently suffered from nerve racking, vio
lent headache. When I heard of what the
Cooper remedies were doing for others I
resolved to try than. .
"Rallef came with the first bottle. My
appetite and ' VUgestlon improved rapidly.
I am no longer constipated nor do I have
those dreadful headaches. I can sleep well
and am gaining flesh." C. H. Powell. 13
Harrison Addition, Duluth, Minn.
We are Belling - Immense q nan titles of
these ' medicine and our customers ex
press great satisfaction. Beaton Drug Co.,
Sixteenth and Farnam Sis-, Omaha, Neb,
, - .A,
FEBRUARY 27, 1907.
Dr. Clark of Jefferson county, has stirred
up a large number of doctors. They are
liable to move enmasa to th legislature In
the effort to kill the bill for, they claim.
It would prohibit them from advertising
in the newspapers. Whether thla I true
or not th Mil doe specifically tat that
a physician's license can be revoked If he
solicits patronage by letter or by agents.
In the belief of regular physicians, how
ever, th bill or on of It nature 1 neces
sary before the medical profession will be
placed on a high standard.
Perry Wants a Ceart.
The city of Perry want a superior court.
A few years ago the olty of Oelweln wanted
a superior court and had the law changed
o that It could get under the cover. Now
Perry Is asking that the law be changed
again and that cities having 4,000 popula
tion be allowed a superior court. A dele
gation was her yesterday urging th bill,
which baa been before the aenate some
PATT FIGHTS THEATER COMBINE
Creston Opera Honse Manager Finally
Succeeds la Booking a Play.
CRESTON, Ia., Feb. 26. (BpeclaDr-Man-ager
Patt of the Creston opera house, who
has been the victim of the so-called "Thea
ter trust," has finally succeeded In booking
one of the best play on the road for th
evening before "The Clansman" play at
the Grand. Manager Patt has succeeded in
booking only one play this year so far. It
I Mrid thla 1 due to the "Theater trust," of
whloh th Temple Grand la a member,
which has put him on the black list and re
fused to let any show playing at hi house
play at any of the house controlled by the
trust. As there are only the two houses
In town this has given the Grand a monop
oly on the show this year.
Manager Patt ha been retaliating through
the skating rink whloh he control, giving
pedal attraction there whenever there la
anything billed at the Grand. He has also
been bucking the Grand through the Ath
letic exhibitions which he has been hold
ing at his house.
Much comment is aroused by the state
ment that he ha billed Henry E. Dlxey In
"The Man On the Box." ' It Is taken by
many to mean that the war between the
two house has been settled.
- Iowa New Notes,
CRESTON The firemen are making ar
rangements for their annual fair, which will
commence March 18. The proceeds go
toward the purse that are offered at the
WATERLOO Every nlckel-ln-the-slot
machine In the city mysteriously disap
peared Monday night. This followed the
arrest of some half-dozen, pool room pro
prietors aa the result of aggressive action
by the Woman's Christian Temperance
WATERLOO Waterloo promisee the
people of the northwestern part of the
state a large, more entertaining and In
structive Chautauqua than ever before In
the history of the association. Rev. F. L.
Loveland of Omaha was the efficient llnan
clal secretary two year ago and last year
Rev. C. H. Seccombe.
WATERLOO The Waterloo broom fac
tory wa destroyed by Are Monday ufter
noon, causing a loss of $10,000. "fne
building was 40x100 feet and had Just re
ceived eight carloads of broom straw for
Immediate use. The loss I heavy for
the owner, R. A. Carson, who carried In
surance of only $4,000.
JEFFERSON Word has been reeMved
here of the sudden death In Denver of Jus
tice M. Rhoades, former editor of the Jef
ferson Bee and for many years an employe
of the old Iowa State Register. He wa
conducting a Job printing office In Denver.
He was riding a bicycle when death oc
curred. It was supposed to have been heart
SIOUX CITY The funeral of Rev. Fran
cis X. Nunan was held at the Cathedral of
the Epiphany, Bishop Garigan performing
the last absolution, and numerous other
clergymen, Including Right Rev. Mgr. B. C
Lenenan of Fort Dodge, vicar general of
the diocese, took part In the ceremony. In
terment was in Mount Calvary cemetery.
Father Nunan was a resident of the diocese
for three years, serving In Sioux City and
Vail. He was sick for several months and
died in a Denver hospital.
SENSATION IN HERMANN CASE
B T. May of L Grande, Ore, Tells of
Letters Received from the
WASHINGTON, Feb. 26,-The first real
sensation of the trial of Representative
Blnger Hermann of Oregon, charged with
deatructlon of publlo records while com
missioner . of the general land office, was
developed today when the government put
B. T. May of Le Grande, Ore., on the
stand. The witness Identified a series of
four letters, two of them written by him
to Commissioner Hermann and the others
written by Hermann to him. All were read
despite objection by the defendant' coun
sel. The first letter from May to Hermann
Informed the commissioner of specific In
stances of the violation in Oregon of the
ton and timber land law; the answer of
Hermann promising an investigation of the
charges. In the third series Mr. May ac
cused Hermann of bad faith and breach of
confidence. In that his charge had been
made known to the alleged violator of
the law in Oregon; and the fourth, from
Hermann to May, declared there had been
no breach of faith and that if the Oregon
persons Interested ' In the charge had
learned of them they must have secured
their Information from soma other source
than the land office, as such communica
tion aa Mr. May'a were always treated a
District Attorney Baker, In response to
an inquiry by Counsel Worthlngton, said:
"We propose to show that this defendant
answered one of the May letter himself,
and the second on, when he wa accused
by ths writer with divulging Informations,
be could not answer, but sent to one of
the divisions to be answered by someone
who knew nothing about the original case.
The four letter form a perfect chain of
official correspondence from the land of
fice and w will argu to th Jury that th
one copy missing from th record of th
land office was contained In one of the
books the defendant Is charged with de
COAL DEALERJUES RAILROAD
Sloax Fall Maa Alleges Company Dis
criminates . la Favor of
IOUX FALLS, 8. D., Feb. (Special.)
Attorney for James E. Nleld, a local coal
dealer, have received notice that complaint
filed by them before the Interstate Com
merce commission against the Chicago, St.
Paul, Minneapolis Omaha Railroad com
pany ha been served upon the company
with notice to satisfy th complaint or file
answer in writing In tsn days.
. Th case I unique In South Dakota juris
prudence, th plaintiff alleging that the
company refused to build a spur Un to hi
coal yard, after he had offered to pay for
the asm "because complainant declined to
Join an association of coal dealer com.
btned to maintain the prlcea of coal." He
also alleges that by reason of the failure
of the oompany to grant him the facilities
given other dealer In ths thirteen year
he ha been In business he has been dam
aged to the extent of $5,000, for which sum
hs asks la addition to a spur to his yarda.
Q. W. Perkins Wine oa Asal.
appeala today decided In favor of George J
V. Perkins, a vice president of the New ,
Tork Life Insurance company and a mem- I
Dor oi ine nrrn ut i. a-, n'miu '-v.,
the matter of the charge of grand larceny
made against him In connection with the
payment of funda of th New Tork Life
to th republican national campaign In
SEW YORK STOCKS AND BOND?
Market Opeoi Wsak and Threatening
Break in Fiioei Follows. ,
DECLINE IS PROMPTLY .. ARRESTED
Strength of Persistence Develops, hot
Movement Toward Recovery Is
Malting; Vntll Late la the .
NEW YORK. Feb. 2. The rapid de
clining tendency of stocks manifested yes
terday was arrested quite promptly today,
but the subsequent movement towards
recovery was halting and uncertain, i'he
recovery did not set In until a threatening
break in prices at the opening, whlcn
made a level of prices, which added many
Important 'market leaders to the list of
low prices for the year.
The strength of the resistance Joveloped
at that particular point proved particu
larly formidable to the contestants for
lower prices, owing to the usual ruaaonlng
of professional operations from tho tech
nical conditions In the market. Increased
resistance at about the previous low level,
on the contrary, leads to an Inference that
accounts previously vulnerable have been
strengthened, either by furnishing addi
tional margins or by reducing the hold
ings In the course of the temporary rally,
w hen prices opened lower at the Stock
exchange this morning there appeared
buying orders for execution by brokerage
houses, which are credited with operating
lor some of the great capitalist asso
ciated In groups. This produced an im
pression on the minds of professional
operator that effective support wa de
signed for the market. Lending of money
on call by houses of this character sug
gested a sold out condition In stock hold
ings. At the same time the demand for
stocks In the loan crowd was keen and
resulted In a shading of the money rate
in order to secure certain active stocks
for delivery. Some Influence was due to
the approaching termination of the exam
ination of F. H. Harriman before the
Interstate Commerce commission, as the
speculative market are not expected any
longer to be affected by a completed epi
sode. Reports from Washington received in
Wall street were of more hopeful pros
pect for the Aldrlch bill and this mad
a cheerful effect on sentiment. Tho im
provement gathered force aa th day pro
gressed and last prices were near the best
ana generally well above last night.
Money continued quite firm and foreign
exchange also was firm, on account of
sales of stock her for foreign account.
Bonds were heavy. Total sales, par
value. 11,474,000. United Htates new 4s.
r.L .re,d' cilned hi per cent on call.
iTk, foIlo,wlng was the. range of prices on
the New York Stock exchange:
. . ' Sties. High. Lew. Clow.
Aunts Ezpreas in
Amalgamated Ooppar Tt.MO 1UH 10 llOTi
A mar. Tar and Foundry.... 4,400 44 41 44
i 09 B,a 100 l(it. IOC i0!
Amar. CoUon Oil 100 11 l 11
do pfd , aa
Amar. Eipraaa 100 Ml Hi 125
Amar. Mlda A Latthar pfd it
Amar. lea go .
Amar. Llnsead 041 700 17 17 )
do pfd g
Amar. Locomotive 1,100 Tl fl 71
oo pfd ut
Amar. Smaltlng A Hat.... 18,500 141 140 141
oo pfd i)4
Amar. Sugar Rat ,oo 1JS 111 ui
Amar. Tob. pfd ctfs 1,1 in) m 14
Anaconda Mining Co 4,700 M6 M 14
Atchlaoa U.100 101 100 101
d P'o 0 ! M M
Atlantic Coast Line 1,0)10 1.17 1K lit
Baltimore A Oblo 7, 10 107 lo
oo Pfd 100 ; to to W
Brooklyn Rapid Transit.... t.JOO 71 70 71
Canadian paclaa 11,100 lit 111 1U
Cantral ot Naw Jareay too
Chaaapaake A Ohio I, too 10 44 40
Chicago Great Waatern.... 1,100 16 ' 16 16
Chicago A Northweatern.. I.600 14 167 140
Chicago. M. A St. Paul.... 14.700 144 141 144
Chicago Tana. A Trana ....
o pfd 10
C. C. C. A St. Loula.... 100 47 17 . 44
Colorado ruel and Iran.... lt.too 44 41 44
Colorado A southern 1,400. 14 44 44
do lit pfd .... 4
do Id pfd 44
Consolidated Oas, . ei-dlr.. 100 194 144 115
Cora Products 1.604 t! tt U
do pfd I.ano M 44 44
Delaware A Hudean 1,400 104 401 104
Pel.. Lack. A Weitarn.... 100 496 446 444
Denver A Rio Orande.... 700 17 14 9
do pfd 4110 74 , 74 , 74
platlllera' Securities l.eoo 76, 74 '76
Brie 14.400 44- IX 44
do 1st pfd 4
do Id pfd 1.40 64 44 48
General Eleetrie 700 144 144 167.
Hocking Valley .... 104
Illlnola Central 164
Inter. Paper I,fl0 16 16 16
do Pfd 100 7 74 7U
inter, rump ew a4a a S4
do pfd 400 74. 77 7
Iowa Central 13
do pfd 400 41 41 44
K. C. Southern too 17 47 17
00 pro iou aa aa 5
Loulavllla A Naehtfllle. ... 400 134 117 124
Mellcan Central "0 tl tt 41
Mlno. A St. Loula 400 61 44 44
41.. St. P. A .Bault Bis. at. too 114 114 117
do Pfd 1 O0 141 141 141
Mlaaourl Pacific 10. 4' I0 41 76 - 74
Mlaaourl, K. A T 14,400 41 40 41
do pfd 400 70 49 70
National Lead 1,400 44 47 4
N. R. R. ot Meilco pfd 64
N Y. Central 4.100 145 144 144
N. Y., Ontario A Westers 400 41 44 41
Norfolk A Weetera 1.100 41 44 44
do pta wo
North American 100 40 40 40
Pacific Mall l.iOA 44 41 41
Pennarlvanls 44,eoO 1K 117 119
People' a Oaa 400 41 41 92
Pitta., C, C. A t. Louis 74
Preeaed Steel Car 4,400 44 44 41
do pfd 104 47 47 47
Pullman Palaoe Car 144
Reeding K4.70 117 114 114
dO let pfd 44
do Id pfd 100 44 44 M
Republic Steel 1600 44 41 43
do pfd 400 47 47 tf
Rock Ialand Co 11.100 44 11 44
do pfd 404 45 44 44
Rubber Oooda pfd 100
St. U A San Fran. Id pfd. 400 41 40 44
St. L Soulhwaatara '
4 pfd t ' 45 46
Southern PaotOo 44.700 41 40 41
do Pfd 400 117 117 117
Southern Railway 1.400 46 ft 46
do pfd 400 41 40 74
Tenneaee Coal and Iroa 19
Taaaa A PaclBc 1,100 11 41 M
T.. at. L. A Wester 100 44 44 44
no pfd 404 40 40 40
Cslon Pal .lo " 170
do pfd ,. J
U. S. Bipreea
U S Realty 400 44 . 44 44
V. s Rubber '00 l
do H4 400 104 104 106
D S. Steal T4.900 44 44 44
do pfS t.i w . k
Virginia-Carolina Chemical. 400 41 41 44
w.ta.h. w u" i
Jo P?d :::::::
WU1a-KarTO BipraM 170
WeeOnghoue. Blsetrl 400 160 140 160
Weetera t'nlos " fj
Wheeling A L. J "
wm c"'u . 8 " 5
NoSh. P.c.1! ia MS 1J7
d1""'.. R "
e, ShelBel'd " !" 47 44 47
M TonheVpfd.... 4 400 !.. . 141
Total aaiei' 'for tha day. 1.404.700 aharas.
Bostoa Stocks and Boads.
BOSTON, Feb. M. Call loans, wi per
cent; time loans. MltJWt per ceni,
prices on biocks uu
t'ai. A Heel..
Copper Range .
I He Royale ..,
Maea. Mining ..
Moat. C. A C.
lid Dominion ,
'a ma rack
Mei. Central 4a..
Boetoa A Albany
Boatoa A Maine..
Boetoa Kiev ate
N. Y.. N. H. M-.
. 17 1
Am. Pneu. Tubs....
Am. Tel. A Tel....
Don. Iras A Steel.. 14
Ed lean Elee. Ill i
Maee. Electric 14
do pld 47
Maaa. Oaa 44
United fruit 1"4
U el ted Shoe Mac.... M
7. S. Mining.,
V. S. Steel 4
do pfd ..t 101
North ButU .
LONDON. Feb. 24. Money was In good
demand In tha market today and rates were
firm. Discounts were steady. Trading on
the Stock exchange was dull, the chief
business being the arrangement of the set
tlement. The recent liquidation reduoed
the else of the account, but the losses in
many directions were still heavy. Ameri
cans under the Influence of the over-night
waaknese In Wall street and -the renewal
of the Interstate Commerce commission
Inquiry at New York Into the manage
ment of American railroads, opened weak,
but picked up fraction during th fore
noon. The settlement rale were 4 r
cent. Foreigner were easy, owing to the
weakness of Rio Tlnloa wblcb fell 4 points
on heavy continental sales and closed at
luuV Japanese IwjrarlaJ. 4 of VM closed
at in V' Mexican ralla wer atrong and
"pARIS. Fb. 2. Price on the rtourse
todiy were weaker. Russian Imperial
closed at 74 and Russian bonda of lt4 at
BF.RLIN. Feb, M Trading on th pour
today was dull. The advices received from
New Tork yesterday caused realisation.
Kew York Maary Market.
NEW TORK. Feb. 24.-MONKY-OS call,
firm at 44rt per cent; ruling rate, !- per
cent; closing bid. 4Vt per cent; offered at
4 per cent. Time loans, strong, but dull:
Ixty daya per cent; ninety day. M
per cent; six months. SifcifJ per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER 64
per cent. N .
BTKRUNO EXCHANGE Firm with
actual buslnes in bankers' bills at 4 M70
for demand, and at $4..:p.lltH6 for sixty
day bills; posted rates. 44 and 4.86j;
commercial bllla, 4 HOiUH.W'S,.
B1L.VKR Bar. Bfcc; Mexican dollar.
fiONDIJ Government, steady railroad,
Closing quotation on bonda war aa
follows: . .
U. S. ret. aa. ret ...1''Japea a. id eertes,... H
do 4a. rtfa. ......
O. . 4a. reg
do M aeriee. 4" -do
4a. etla U -
V. A old 4s reg
r. S. s. 4a, reg.
Am. Tob. 4s
Atchlaoa gea. 4s...
do adj. 4s
L. A N. am. 4a 1W
Manhat. t. gold 4S. . 104
Met. Central 44
de lat inc....:..... 41
Minn. A St. L." 4a.. 44
M.. K. A T. 4a ...... 4
do 4da I..- 4
N. R. R. ot M. r. 4a. 44
Atlantic C. L. 4T....
N. T. C. gen. 4a... N
N. J. C. geu. 6i..lM
No. parl&e 4a ...101
do 4e ftuv .
B. A o. 4a.... 101
do 4 ., 44
Rrk.' R. T. CT. ' 4a.. 41
Central of Oa. ta.110
do let Inc.. 40
do 4d Ine 74
do 44 Ine 41
Chea. A Ohl 4a...l04 -Chicago
A A. 4a ... 7
C, B. A Q s. 4a.. 44
C A. I. A P.' 4s.. 74j
do col. 4a nl
CCU. A St. U g. 4s. 101
Norfolk A W. e. 94 '
tire. s. u. rrg. e... n ,
penn. ev. 4e.-. H
Reading gen. 4s...... 47 . '
H. L. A I. M. 4a 111
St. L. A S. P. ta 4a. 41 .
At. L. a. W. eon. 4a. 74
Aeabnard A. L. 4s.... 71
go. Pacific 4a 40
do let 4a ctfa 44
voio. idi. ta, ser. A
Colo. Mid. 4
47 (to. Railway 4a 110
71 Texas A P. lsts...'...ltf
41 T.. St L. A W. 4a.. 41
Colo. A So. 4s
I. A R. O. 4a....
..101 t'nlon Paetne 4 100
7. 44 V S. Steel 44 .... 41
Plat. sees. 4a 47 Wabaeh 1st
Brie prior Hen 4a.... 47! do deb. H.
do sen. 4a.
lilt Weatern M4. 4a...
Hock. Valley 4s...
104 W. A L. K. 4a.
4Wls. Central 4....
London Closing Htock.
LONDON. Feb. 26. Closing quotation oa
Console.- money i
do account ...
B. A Ohio
Chea. A Ohio
.. W' M . K. A T i, 41H
MVN. Y. Central .119
Norfolk A W. 46
do pfd , Ji
Ontario A W...; (4
1(4, Rand Mines t
. 61 Reading -go
. 14 Southern Ry ..A.... 44
.144 do pfd 44
. 19 Southern PaolSat .... 41'
. 47 Union Paclflo 174
. 4: do pfd 44
. 44 V. 8. Steal 44 .
. 71 do pfd , 107
. 61 Wabaeh 17
.143 do pfd 44 '-
.141 SDanhth 4s ' Ml
Chicago o. w
c . M. A St. P
1). A R. O
. do 1st pfd
do td pfd ,
Illlnola Central .
L. A NaahTllle..
niuvrin-oar, in rii , mm per ounce. ;
MONEY 4VaS per cent. !
The rate of discount In the open market
for short bills Is 4 15-1815 per. cent; for
thrc months' bills. 4 per cent.
Boston Copper Market.
Closing quotations on Boston copper mar
ket, reptrted by Logan ft Bryan, 1U Board
of Trad building, Omaha:
Adventure 4 Mohawk 41
Allooea 44 , Nevada Consolidated. 17
Atlantic 17 North Butte 111
Bingham 14 Old ftomlnloa .'. 47
Black'- Mountain .... 7 Oaceola .' t71 -
Boiton Coneolldated.. 19 Pneu. Service
Dutte Coalition 44 Pneu. Service, pfd... 74
Calumet A Arlaons...l94 Qulncy in
Calumet A Hecla....410 Shannon 11
Centennial 43 Tamarack 166
Copper Range 41 Tenneeeea Copper .... 49
Dally Weat ., 1 Trinity 41
Baat Butte 11 Vnlte4 Fruit 1(4
Pranklln 44 t olled States, eom... at
Greene Copper 40 I nlted Sutra, pfd.... 46
Oranby 144 Utah Coneolldated ... 70
Helvetia 4 Utah Copper 44
lala Royal 40 Victoria 10
Junction 11 Winona j..., 11 '
L. S. A Plttaburg.... 14 Wolverine 144
Maaaarhuaetta 4 Cananea 34
Michigan 40 Nlplaalng 14'
- ' New Tork Mining; Stocks.
NEW TORK. Feb. JR. Closing quotations
on mining s toe us were:
Adams Con. ... It
Little Chief ...
.. 44 '
Brunawlok Con....... 44
Comet ork Tunnel .... 40
Con. Cel. and Vs.... 94
Hora Silver 170
Iron Sliver .; 4s
Leadvtlle Cos. I
Smell Hopes ...'
WASHINGTON. Feb.- 28.-Today stats-'
memt of the treasury balances In the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the tlEo.OOe.OOO gold
reserve, shows: AvaiiaDie oaen rjaianne,
$246,ai6.23; gold coin and bullion, till ,570,013;
gold certificates. 46,4.S7,S30. - .
i . t
OMAHA.' Feb. 26. Bank clearings for to
day were tl.s38.S64.22 and for the corro
.. , . , . 1 14 (It MA
flponuing' uate inoi you ei.iio,OTi.om.
V Oil aad Roaln. ' ,
NEW TORK, Feb. 2. OIL Cottonseed .
OIL steady; prime -crude, f. o. b. mills, 41c;
prime yellow, 49c.- Petroleum, steady; r
fined, ' I7-7&; Philadelphia and Baltimore,
bulk, $4.46. Turpentine, firm; 74H4p76c.
ROSIN Firm; strained, common to good, .
IL4 tMTY, Fr-'v 2 OTT,Credlt bal
ances ll.nl. Runs, 161. It bbla.; aver
age, 116,061 bbla. flhlpments, 172,7(0
bbls; average, 16S, 631 bbls .
SAVANNAH. Feb. 26. OIL Turpentine,
flrROaiN Firm; to. 6847 cask.
Quote: A. B. C, D, M.06; E $4 .16: IT,
$4 26; a. $4.20; H, $4.66; I. $4.6$; K. $.S5,
M. $6 60; WO. $6.40: "WW. $6.66. :
Terminals for Kansas City. .
KANSAS CITY, Feb. 26. An agreement
to build passenger and freight Urrrrdnala at -irenus
City at an estimated cost to tha ,
irr,T?r,. trl noo.OdO. was reached late
last night at a conference here between
John M Egan, president of the Kansas .
ritv Terminal Railway company, repre
senting the leading railways entering the
city and a number of city official headed
bv Mayor H. M. Reardsley. The railways ..
are to erect a $2,0n0,000 union passenger sta
tion near Grand avenue and Twenty-second
street on the south side; five union freight
houses along the river front In the west
bottoms, and forty street viaducts and ub
wavs the latter to be maintained by th -railways.
The city agreea to give the rail- .
way a fifty-year grant for their termlnala. ..
Hew fork Elewated rail.
NEW TORK. Feb. 28.-81X person wer
lnlured by the collapse of a portion of the
Tnlrd avenue elevated railway track at
Chatham square, In the tower, east side,
today. One end of the rear ear of a train
which was pasalng over the collapsed eo-''
a a a a. - t. aA& fiaan art, haf shTin tT
tlon reii imo w. -""- V""' L mJw
the car nung to in ... -did
not fall. The car was almost on end.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS,
Alphonse' Collens and wife to Cyret
and Elortle Collins, lots 4 and $,
block 27, First aaa. io wrnin;
Dt.n. ft.itith Omaha I l.VJg
South Omaha Land Co to Thomas J.
O Nell. 101 1. luv.n , nut.! .
H. a. Llenemann and wife to O. F.
Reavers, lots i ana , nuto ran.
I. nti. nvrU 2-14-12 4.00ft
Jame A. Kennedy and wlf to Es
ther 1j. liner, "it e j. n.
der' add. ; 1.600
Jersle J. Barley and husband to
Adolph Achat et al. west 62 ft. lot
1, block 4. Plalnvlew 1.600
Henry Btuchm and wife to Warren
S. Blarkwell, eVi e soc. 1$ aad
wtt w sec. 20-16-12 16.000
James iles and wife to William
Blarkwell. east 60 ft. west 142 ft. . ,
north 177 ft. lot. t block 12. Wast
Omaha .... $.
Herman Beal and wife to John
Bempek. nH lot , block 40, South
Omaha , 200 ,
Warren S. Black well and wife to H.
D. Crary, part lot 2, block 12, West
Kenwood Realty Co. to Matthau
Stangl, lot 176, Kenwood add 100
Anna. Corrlgan to Bttale J. BHggs.
lot 10, block 6. Logan Place, South
Jame Walsh and wife to Ward W. ,
Walsh, lot 17, block 14. Rose Hill.... 1
On Time Yeast Co. to John B. Brady,
trustee, lots 7, $. . 10. 11 and , 12.
Homan'a sub . 1
Mary Kelly and husband to Vlrhr
von Bt-humelhout and wife, lot 10,
block 21. First add. to Conlgan
Place. South Omaha 2a
Charles C. George et al to Arthur J.
Shields, lot , block 12, Kounlse '
Third dd i:
William G. Ur and wife to Paulina
L. Wykert, part lot 2. Nelson dd. 1,000
Mary D. I're et al to William O. lire,
lot 16. block 2, Poppleton Park ., 2.200
William O. I're and wife to W. W.
pugan et al, lot 16. block 2, Pop
ple Ion Park 2.200
Ernest A. Wlggenhorn. Jr.. and Wrfe
to Carl Johnson, lota . 28 and 2a,
Sunnysld ' l.OOO
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