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TIIE OMAHA DAILY DEEs TUESDAY, ttAKCH 2R, 1907.
OFFERED FOR SALE
I'limoa. Oriini, Maaleal tastrnsnents.
THK smallest plnno In th writ at th
Chlcasro Furniture Co. We alo have th
Jilahest srrsd nwnd hand furnltur at
e-n prices. 1SIJ D..Ja I3t- Tt!. Pous'.m
4V7. i (16 M7S1 A
PIANO, manon-any cine. In excellent con
dition, cost ., for sal at $1.'. 43J a
24th St. 'Phone Doug'" (!) MS33
FOR BALE A good Emerson upright
piano, at a sacrifice. Apply Hamil
ton. tJo jsoij
3TKGFR PIANO-CHEAP FOR CASH. Ill
M'CAGUE ItLDO. Q A7
TWO ORGANS ONE
onk rs. $18
U5 MoS7 A7
Free Music Lessons
FKEE MUSIC LESSONS
NO MONEY DOWN
$1.00 PER WEEK
Are the special Inducement to Eatr
piano buyera at our store this weelc.
Aside from our matchless stock of
Stelnway, Pteprer, Emerson. Hardman
and IS other standard makea quoted at
a heavy reduction from eastern price,
we offer the fnlowtng unprecedented
bargain In slightly used Instruments:
Kimball, burl walnut finish .. BO. 01
Klnihall, rosewood case 76.00
Arlon, cottage alse 90.09
New England, mahogany caae lOii.OO
Hnllett at Cumeton grand 110. CO
Chlcke-rlnsr A Hone 125. 00
Bin iter, mahogany case ISO. f0
Opera piano, oak case 105. d0
Norwood, mahogany caae 17 5. 00
voee ft Hon; 200.00
1600.00 Stelnway, good condition.. (00.00
SQUARE PIANOS AND
All makes to select from, $ 1 R, $25, $15
and up. Every Instrument fully guaran
teed. Call or write for complete bargain list
Terms. fiOc to $1.00 weekly. New
- , pianos for rent, $1 and up. We move,
store, tune and repair pianos. Tolo
phone Doufrlaa 1626.
SCIIMOLLER & MUELLER
1311-1313 FARNAM ST., OMAHA.
Pool and Blllard Tables.
FOR BALI&--New and second-hand billiard
and pool tables: we lead the world hi
cheap car nxtures; easy payments. Bruna-
wlok-Balke-Collendar. 407 tf. 10th Bt.
. - (16)-44
Typewriters aad Itnlug Machines.
ONE Remlneton typewriter. No. 8, fn good
condition, for sale cheap. Call at Be
olhce. U6) 3x
L1CKEN8DERFER typewriter, good
, nt: snap. 14. is. Roberts, 641 Paxton
bkek. (16)-M216 $0
SMITH Premier Typewriter; fine shape,
can at once aa we need the room.
oil Paxton block. (10) 2S1 26
HAIX'8 safes, now, 24-band, 1813 Famam.
SEND us your mail orders for drun:
freight paid on 111) lots. Myers-Dillon
Lru- CO., UMlSJia. US) Mf
. SECOND-HAND AUTOMOBILES.
1906 Thomas Flyer, 40-H.-P., full equipment;
iS"X Popi Toledo, Typs 7, ton and full
!; Jlro, used 60 mlls; cost $1,26, now $1,000.
IS" Reo, top and full equipment; coat $1,(60,
1 t Wilte Bteainer; cost $2,500, now $m
!KS1 Kord. 16-H.-P,; Cost $1,150, now $700.
Ir'oDe-Waverly Electric runabouts. $1 un.
DERIGHT AUTOMOBILE COMPANY,
loll Farnam Bt.
f'-j (18) M940
FEW bargains In Jd-hsnd soda fountains;
Uionthly payments. Delight, 1818 Farnam.
.FOR BALE Two National cash registers.
1 1 one total oaaer: aiso nice line or store 1
fixtures, ulobe Iand and investment Co,
Patterson Block. (It) 660
EHKRWIJV WILLIAMS CO.. best mini
paint. Sherman ft McConnsu Drug Co.
FOR SALE Collection of fine old violins.
. Including Viola and 'Cello. Violin
Ktudlo. 10 Wlthnell Building.
... (1SWM782 A20
nifiPATH'S History of World Encyclo-
edia Jirttannica, cheap. Ml Paxton
block. Roberts. 06)185 M-27X
FOR BAIE Successful hot water Incuba-
, tors; Humphrey bone grinder at a bar
gain, Apply mornings between 9 and 11
tit Expremimen'e Delivery Storage, 22d and
jiara, or i none iiarney vea.
. . (l-03 3Bx
I'OR BALE One new and four good second-
hand Dunlop auto tires, all complete.
L. rV Taegge, usward. neD.
06) M891 29
FOtl BALE Old style mahogany dresser;
' two gentleman's wheels; go-cart for
twins. 107 N. 12th St.
(!) M24J SO
FOR SALE Successful hot water Incuba-
tore; Humphrey bone grinder, at a bar-
' gain. Apply mornings between 9 and 13
st Expressmen's Delivery Storage. 221 and
. isaro. (lu)-M3J7 Z7X
OARDEN and field seeds, fruit packages,
bee keepers' supplies. Younkerman Seed
co., council Hiuns, la- (16) 283
Larson tt Co.. book frea. Be Bids'.
V.D. O. BARNELL. natent sttornew .A
In. ri.dli, na. P.aim, tail T f ij., m,.
lli UJ All
CITY BTEAM LAUNDRY Shirts pressed.
. not Ironed. 2U a. 11th SL Tel. Doug, tbt
BEWINQ machines rented, any mnke, 7Ro
( ur .uv per montn. second.
. n.uu iuai.-iiiiic:a iui sie, u uo ano. I1D
Nb. Cyv.1 Co.. lilh and Harney
MASQlBcostuma. Lieben. Tel. 4116. Open
VunllMis. (18) s&4
BYR1NGES. rubber aooda bv
prices; send for free catalogue. Mye
Aiiiun irus ,u., uiuitia
ri r l rTt III ALL KINDS.
uui, Miiti c.viiuUi4f ponflntf and shrink
hm. only ik: pr yuL. fe-ad tor prlcu lit
I'll il I Al 1 V CTViTIVil PD
40 Douglas Block. TsL DoukUs 1933.
PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOMK-Mrt
. ' Dr. King. tuU N. list bt. ToL Iiou,-. 3.
KYB dfecta oorrsctsd by glasses, fitted
i In your bom If desired; reaaoiiabl
prlcs. BinllU, Gi'sdui Opliouku. 3mi1
Ohio. 'PUou Wsbstur 4437.
,- x (18) MOuO 2ftx
' ii A JOi A 1 V !SwdUh movemen'tT 410 N.
--- --ittin, room t, uecond floor.
(ll MJ A3
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits castoff
clothing; In fact, unylhlng you do n.it
lievu; w wimi, i ' iiu sii, at m pi
litlt St., ?or cunt of oullecting, to tb
wurthy poor. Call 'I'lione Doug. 41 jj aud
waauu Mill aali. (U a
LACE curtains nicely laundered, satlsfac.
lioa guarsntevd; prL-es moderate. Pbon
Dougloa 4iCJ. 1711 Jacksou. ilt 3u
If mVCTin treatment and bath.
buiun, its fi. nn. IJ fior.
ARK you going to New York? I can save
you So per cent ou your hoirl bill at a first
' das downtown hoteL Addr N-otd, Bee.
ADVERTISEMENT In this column ec
1 ond week of January sniwered by
"Beatrice Kail." Will iht pleau writ
ag-aln and give same adirea.. Leur
rviurned from general delivery.
(! M9 3$x
RVPTCKE CL'R1:D $30; no knlfa Quick
Cu Ruptur Co., Woodiuun of the Wor.J
LuildiSnV U3J-M.J 1111
FOR anything- In the tewing machine lln
go to P. h.. Hodman 4k Co., 1M Cup. Ave
(18) 246 A13
nil order. Telephone Red K 1
OMAHA Ptenm paa Co. manor utirM
pure Hour peat. 2210. Cuming. Telephone
Douglas 40J. v (UH
IHKAI.THT, wholesome, satin skin bestowed
t'T Balln ikln cream and Bittln powder.
26c 7 ir-
DR. N. SOMMER. homeopath. Bee Bldg.
C'ITT PROPERTY FOR s.I.fj
FOR QUICK SALE
9-room house, nil mrdc.n
except furnace, near 22d and
Mason Sts. Owner Is anxious
to sell this property this
week. House Is renting for
$30 per month. The owner
has got to have some money
at once. He wants us to get
him an offer on this prop
erty quick. Come In and let
us show It to you.
PATNE, B08TWICK ft' CO..
th Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.
(18) 319 2
Mid City Lots
; Sale every afternoon this week
on the grounds. Do not b
too late to get a home in this
beautiful addition., Remem
ber the location 13th and
Blaine Sts. Take 13th St.
1506 DODGE ST.
All modern, B-room cottage,
south front, nicely located, on
paved street, near car. In north
part of city; permanent walks,
shade trees, some fruit; very
desirable neighborhood. This
la a very attractive home and
a bargain. Terms, one-half
642 Paxton Block.
New house of 9 rooms, on
room quartered sawed whit
oak, balance quartered sawed
hard pine; hot , water heatj
. bath room an . second floor;
lavatory and laundry in "c.
went basement; good barn;
first-class In every respect;
Walnut Bill district Pric
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1001 N. T. Llfs Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
(19) M1S4 26
BRICK BUSINESS CORNER. ANNUAL
RENTAL OF $4.0U); WILL NET 14 PER
cmjin i. k.uuu casn, balance irorn rentals;
low rat interest.
232 Nuvllle Block.
(19) MS4J Al
tJK balk A choice residence corner,
60x60 ft.; 2Mh and B St.; cheap. See J. H.
Kopreti, M.N. 24th St., South Omaha.
FARNAM ST. PROPERTY
Full-slxed business lot. 66x133 to twenty
foot alley, on north side Farnam, east of
34th; Improved with three thrac-story brick
flats, paying a fair return on the invest
ment Has a future, we think. Can offer
It for a short time at $21,000.
Harrison & Morton
TTT1T? TTIT WT.ViV
I " "
I tt TJ mnA HoiiMA. flrnod renair n... tlaml.
I ITSia, M,w.uu; ey icriiis
8-R. mod. house, paved street and walk,
gooa repair, si.ouu.uv; easy mnns.
I T-R. house, ctt water, cistern, gas. perm.
nent wlh. 8u- 2-J St., bargain.
t-R. house, t lots, city water, gas, $80$
Bahler tt.; $1,3.0.00; easy terms.
. J. II. PARROTTE
634 Paxton Blk.
(19) M254 10
FOR BALE At a bargain, lot and two
houses on South l&tu St., near Casullar.
Th O. F. Davis Co., U Bee Bldg.
THE KERR AH3TRACT CO.'B AB
STRACTS OF TITLES are the safest.
You ai protected by a $10.UUO bond against
loss by errors, iou dun t buy a law suit
when ou buy a "Ksrr" abstract. 1414
Uaruey. Ttl. Douglas US7. (19)
6 L' MM EH RESORT FOR SALE.
One of two noted summer resorts on Lak
SheUk, Minn. (Muiray Co.). This Is th
beautiful tract on North bay, being a
comblnttd' summer resort, farm and park.
In ail cuiiipribck Si acres; summer liolei
with sevrrul cottages, barn. Ice housu,
wells, tank, etc. ejold at $16,uu0 three
years ago. For ready cash a great bar
gain will lie given. Several small steam
ers on lake, which Is I miles long; Dn
Ashing at all tunes. Th nearest good
sumnver resort and beautiful summer lake
to Omaha. Sioux City and all points in
eastern Neb. and western Iowa. For par
ticulars address W. J, Mcl.eod. B1 nylon,
Minn. (19) Mia aix
PRICE REDUCED FOR
QUICK SALE FACTORY OR
Located at th northeast corner 2Slh and
Boyd St., 3-story brick building Uxw feet,
engine rooiiT ux36 feet, llrst-claas condition,
suitable for manufacturing buslneM,
ground JTt'xlaS'A feet, located on Mi.souri
Paoltlc tracks, known aa "On Time Yeast
For further particulars Inqulr ot
QEOHGB A CO.,
1001 Farnam Si. Exclusive Agenta
$1,000 LOAN made for I years, bearing 6
per cent, on five cottages, fii'al-cla.n. Ad
dress W 884. Bt. (19) M199 to
FOR fine located residence Wts see or
writ A. W. Anderson, iftjO Cupltol ave.
C1TT PHOPKRTr FOI SALE.
Very fine 7-ruorn Cottage,
new porcelain bath and nlckl
plumbing throughout. For a
party desiring rooms all on
one floor this Is hard to beat.
Also the finest corner on
Far nam street for an apart
ment, house. This will be sold
WM. K. POTTER,
301 BROWN BLTt
(19 M246 36
On of the beet lots In Dundee for $700.00.
J. II. PARROTTE
634 Paxton Blk.
A' RARE OPPORTUNITY
In order to raise a large amount of money
for a business proposition, 1 will offer fur
sals for a few days only, the best in
vestment In the city; brick flats, strictly
flrst-claes In every respect; prefer to deal
direct wjth purchaser. Address u sen),
Dee. (19) M24B 7
FOH 3 ALE On East Maple 8t. strictly
modern 7-room house, fun casement
laundry, paved street, near three car
lines. Inquire J. 11. Olseen. tli Board of
irnilS lildg. lei. JKjuglas u G3J
FOR BALE OR TRADE for smaller house
close in, a V-room house; full lot. In
quire owner, 413 N. 25th.
(19) M24S 26x
FOR SALE A beautiful new residence at
4fth and Davenport Sts. See owner al
136 N. 40th St. (19P-286 25x
FOR SALE A 4-year lease
on a fine trackage, 132 ft. . .
square, close In. Bee
PAYNE. BOSTWICK ft CO.,
6th Floor, N. T. Life Bldg.
FOR 8ALE Two modern houses and large
nam, one mock north or Hnnscom paric;
paved street, east front, lot 7Sx1j0. East'
ern owner win sell st a bargain.
Room 1 N. I. U Bldg
AT A BARGAIN
By owner, double house of 8 rooms, gas.
wen. cistern, good repair; north side; close
to two car lines and easy walking
distance of postomce. Renting lor K.
Price for quick sale only $2.0"0; terms half
cash. Address a s.s. car or lice.
(l'J) M166 26X
WELL built 9 room house, all modern ex
cept furnace. 816 S. 2th St. For sale by
owner. (is) zsu zox
FARM A7TR RANCH UKUs for fALB
Will Profit by Writing
O. C. CHESTER ft CO.,
Qkotoks, Alberta, Canada-
All kinds of real estate and commission
buainess transacted; farm and ranch lands
(20) M8S3 S)x
CANADIAN WHEAT LAND Two par
tloularly choice half sections, cornering
eacn otner; one vi the same has a
frontage of a mile on Last Mountain lake,
Saskatchewan; the land Is gently undui
atlng to level prairie and la of finest
quality; can all be ulowed with the ex-
ceptlon of about 30 acres In a coulee.
which has water In It all the year round
and Which grows a good deal of hay.
mere is no nner tana in tne imbi Momv
tain Valley district than this. It Is In
the very heart of the best portion of the
country, sou aeep loam on clay subsoil.
Price, $20.00 per acre; easy terms. Wm,
Pearson Co., Ltd., 38 Northern Bank
Widg., Winnipeg. (20)
340-acre farm, well Improved and only two
mnes irom gooa lowa town; smoothly
rolling land; half In tarn grans. $75 per
acre; encumbrance $8,0U0. Will trade
equity for clear city property, or stock
lou acres nnest Kina or bottom land: no
overflow; two mUes from town of 2,5U
leupiei cveiy acre uiiaoie; no DUllalngs.
1,5 per acre: encumbrance Iti.OoO. win
trade equity for clear city property or
email stocs. oi gooas; or win tiaae both
of these farms together for goods or
. ciear cuy properly.
Writ for full particulars.
LOVE ft GKlMfcS. WOODBINE, IOWA.
(20) MS8 A4
HOMESEEKERf! Ba careful. Locate
right. Investigate our famous artesian
valley. Sure crops, matchless climate.
Let us writ you. Miller ft James. Meade,
Kan. (20) 635 Al
FOR BALE 640 acres of improved farming
land In Banner County, .Nebraska.
Terms: $5 per acre; $1.6u0 cash, balano
nine annual payments; 6 per cent Interest.
W. H. BOLbFlELD. AUUl'KN, NEB.
AGENTS WANTED I offer for sale 11.000
acres of my Cheyenne and Kimball land,
best of soil, as good as yours at home,
the prices ranging from $5 to $10 per acre,
on best terms, to suit purchaser; writ
at once lor particulars and list to Herman
Bprlngft, Sidney, Neb. Ofllce over. First
Nat'l Imnk. in th Calehan block.
(20) M904 27x
IMPROVED farms in eastern Nebraska;
Barpy and Douglas counties. B. J. Over-
ton. Gretna. Neb. (20)-MS7S
30-acr farm one mllo from city limits on
Center street road, 9 room house, good
barn milk house, well and windmill, fruit.
BuAUtlful location. Price $6,0U0. This is a
snap. See it now. D..V. Shales Company,
110 Board of Trad. Tel. Douglas 4.
. (30) M348 26
FOR SALE Section land, Kimball county;
6u0 acres farm land, balance rolling; (660
acre. Write us about western land. Kim
ball Land Co-. Kimball, Neb.
(30) M330 Ala
WRITE Townsend Realty Co., Fremont,
Neb. Farms and lands for sale or trad
for clear town property or merchandise.
(Al) M3i0 AXx
GILMORE REAL ESTATE CO.. 141 Doug
las St., Omuha, Neb., 'Phone Douglas 2644,
general agent W. B. Sough. Land Co.,
owners of Urge tracts near Dalbart. Tex.,
ths choicest In the Panhandle. Agents
wanted In every county. Next excursion
March 19. Sleeping car berths fie. Call
or writ for full Information.
Send for map of Texas, showing nr
railways and location of famous Brasoa
Valley lands, the richest rain bolt
lands In the ITnlted Stales, and wher
bllszards ar unknown. Price, $10.00 to
$18.00 per acre. Illustrated list free.
IIILAND P. LOCKWOOD.
436, San Antonio, Tex.
(30) M695 AJ
TEXAS AND NEW MEXICO LAND.
Hsv some rare bargains In Texas and
New Mexico land, (6 to $7.50 an acre.
Go and see for yourself; low rallrcad
rates. For particulars address.
ROBERT C. DRl'ESEDtlW,
8C New York Life Bldg., Oman. Neb.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Faro and staaeh Land.
FOR RENT-6-acr tract of land in Ben
son (without houae). suitable for garden
ing or raising potato. Will rent till
January 1, 14, for $ if taken immedi
ately. Address K 821 car Bee.
03) 463 x
FARM FOR RENT.
Splendid farm, 211 acres, for rent, six mile
from Omaha; possession given at once.
A .... I u ... LJ a a . ... , t 1 . .. A ft rr- -. . . ,
Bldg., Owaba. Neb. Tel. Douglas 14 iT
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
FOR RENT ACRES OF FARM LAND,
WITH HOliSK, HARN AND SMALL
rASTI'RK, ABOUT ONE MILE SOUTH
THE PUTNAM CO., 604 N. T. LIFE HLPO.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$1.0X0.000 TO LOAN on business and resi
dence properly In Omaha; lowest rates;
no delay. Thomas Brennan, Room 1, N.
Y. Life. (22) S9
LOWEST RATES Bemla, Paxton Block
MONEY TO LOAN-Payna Investment Co.
GARVIN BROS.. 1604 Farnam. snd 6Vi
per cent loans on real estate; no aeiay.
$l,0n0,000 TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property In Omaha; lowest rates;
no delay. Thomas Brennan, R. 1, N, Y.
WANTED City loan and warants. W.
f arnam umitn & Co.. uju r arnam ni.
LOWEST RATES Bemla, Paxton Block.
WANTED City loans. R. C. Peters ft Co,
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H.
i nomas, out r irst xsationai uang Ming.
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Wead, 1S-X) Doug.
BUILDINO loans on residence property; I
per cent, w, U. Melkle, p.amge Flit.
WANTED TO BORROW
I WANT to borrow $600 for one year, pri
vately; will give full particulars to any
one having that amount to lend. Ad
dress Q 93, car Bee. (24)-M301 2!
WANTED TO BUY
CASH paid for old books. Crane-Foye Co.,
all t. 141 n. tiiod uougioa uui.
WANTED To buy, second-hand furniture,
cook and heating stovts, cir;eis, iinoie
utns, ci tiled furniture, old clothes fend
shoes, pianos, feathers, bed pillows, quilts
and all kinds of tools; or will buy the f ir
nituro of your house complete. Will buy
antique or mahogany furniture. The high
est prices paid. Call the right man. Tel.
Doug. 397L (-) 6u) A17
I WANT to Invest anywhere from $.,0tx to
$ao,uoo In Omaha brick flats. If you -nave
anything to offer, write me at once. Ad
dress C 336, care Bee. (25 IC1 2i
CASH for old books. Stacy, 316 S. 18th.
(2D) MttJi AiX
WANTED TO BUY For cash, T or 8-roonjJ
sincuy mouern nouse. aeairauiy iwaicui
will pay $3,000 to $4,500. Address D 37,
care Hee. ar-20 2tt
WILL pay cash for 3 or 4 houses, prefer
old houses that I can buy cheap and re
pair myself; give best price and location.
Address A, 897, Be. (2&)-M198 ft
I WANT to buy flats cloee In; must be new
and cheap; state location and price In
first letter. Address B 8S1, care Bee.
(2o) M!M 26
WANTED To buv second-hand gns range.
Tel. Harney 2368. C 810 26
WANTED The following tinner's tools;
second-hand: one 86 or 42-lnch squaring
shears; one 30-Inch tin folder, 1 Inch sf'ini
and less; one medium Plied thick edge
burring machine and stand; one No. Z
Waugh's circle shears, 8 to 30-lnch circle.
Address The York Novelty Mfg. Co., York
Neb. (25) M331 20x
WANTED Good second-hand tent and fly
trap. 'Phone Maple 6166. (25)-M354 2
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Room and board by young man
In private family; Hanscom park vicinity.
1101 Park Ave. (20.1 a5 30
WANTED To rent small house, within ten
blocks either way from 40th and Hamil
ton Sts. Address F 9U3. care Be.
WANTED By 1st of May, good 9 or 10
room house in vicinity of Hanscom park.
Address K-9U6, care Bee. t2C) M328 A2
When You Write to
Remember It takes but an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention the fact that
you saw the ail In The Bee.
DAY WOMEN furnished frea of charge.
Telephone Douglas 1112. (7) MM)
OFFICE work by young ninn'; age 34; best
of references as to character and ability;
can furnish bond for responsible position.
Address E 901, care Bee. ?7)-2K4 2t!i
YOUNG man desires position evenings, E to
11, as stock, cash or record clerk, cashier
or bookkeeper; excellent references; quick,
accurate, reliable. Address II 904, Bee.
WANTED By a thoroughly competent
lady, position as housekeeper In nrst-class
rooming house or uotel; will go to any
good town; can give the best of refer
ences. Address "M," car general de
livery, Omaha. (27) 307 26x
FOR INDIAN Sl'PPLIES-
of the interior, Otllce of In'
dlan Affairs, Washington, D. C, February
15, 1907. bealed proposulji, plainly marked
on the outside of the envelope, ''Proposals
for Rubber Goods, Boots and Shoes," etc.,
as the case may be, and addressed to the
"Couimlasloner of Indian Affulrs, Washing
ton, D. C." will be received at the Indian
office until 2 o'clock p. m. of Thursday,
April 11, 107. and then opened, fqr furnish
ing the Indian service with rubber goods,
boots and shoes, hardware and medical
supplies. Sealed proposals, pluiuly marked
on the outside of the envelope. 'Proposals
for Enameled Ware. Furnltuie." etc., U4
the case may be, und addressed to the
"Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washing
ton, D. C," will be received at tl.e Imlln
office until 2 o'clock p. m. of Tuesday,
April 16, 1KV7, and then opened, for furnish
ing th Indian service with enameled ware,
lamps, furniture, bedding, stoves, agricul
tural Implements, paints, oils, glass, tin
ware, wagons, harness, leather, shoe find
ings, ssddlery, etc., school supplies, and a
long list of miscellaneous articles. Bids
must be made out on government blanks.
Schedules giving all necewmry Information
for bidders will be furnished on application
to the Indian omee, Washington. D. C.;
the U. 8. Indian warehouses at New York
City, Chicago, I1L; St. Louis, Mo., and
Omaha, Neb. The department reserves the
right to reject any and all bids, or iny part
of any bid. F. E. LEL'PP, Commissioner.
U. 8. MILTARY PRISON. FORT LEA V
enworth, Kan., March 26, 'J'1. Sealed pro
posals for furnishing wood, coal, charcoal,
forage, straw and mineral oil, required
here during year commencing July 1. 1W07,
will be received until 10 a. m. April 25,
19'7. nnd then publicly opened. Information
furnished on application. Envelopes should
be Indorsed. "Proposals for Fuel and For
age" and addreaed. Captain C. A. Martin,
U. M. M2-i-?7-2i-29-A23-J( ,
NOTICE-NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN
that the Keith and Lincoln counties li'ri-
?atlon District will receive sealed proposal
or th purchase of the slxty-slx hundred
($u.6ul.uui diill.ns remalulng of the bond Is
sue of said district up 10 the hour ot ten
o'clock a. m. on April second, lis7, al the
olhce of the secretary of the Irrigation Dis
trict In the Village of Sutherland, in Lin.
coin County, Nebraska. Said bunds are In
the denominations of one hundred (JllA'.Ou)
dollar each snd bear Interest st th rat
of six percentum f er annum payable semi
annually on the first uf March and
September of each and every year begin
ning with the first day of September, Usui.
These bonds are of three series and ten of
the n sre due on the nrst day of March,
1D17; thirty-nine of them due on th first
day of March, I'JIK; sevento. r. of them ar
due on the first dsy of March, l:t). The
sealed proposals may be for the whole of
said bonds or tor any portion thereof, and ,
..V. I.l.l. ..ill ...... . t . .. 1 ..... .. . - '
uiii uiu, " . , .rv vircnw iiniiiwi.ivif , I r
the hour of ten o clock a. In. on the said
second day of April, IW"7. The toard re
serves the right (o reject any and all bids.
Dated tills eighth day of March, 1X7.
JAMES SHOCK Secretary.
BURGLAR IS SOON ARRESTED
Within Eonr After Crisis He i Cinchi
ky DettctiTfi rrrii end Dnan.
MAN SUSPECTED OF SERIES OF DEEDS
Chiefs Donahae of Police aad Te
t Detectives Land la Praise
of What Offletrt
Within an hour after having broken Into
and robbed the home of E. T. Swobe, 108
South Thirty-sixth street William Howard
was arrested as the burglar at Union sta
tion with the stolen goods In his posses
sion by Detectives Ferris and Dunn by a
clever piece of si net h work at 3 o'clock
When a telephone message reached the
police station from the Swobe residence
that burglars had been In the house, th
two officers were sent to Investigate. Gath
ering what Information they could, they
mode their own deductions and then fol
lowed an Idea which looked to them Ilk a
chance and made a hurry trip to th depot.
There, In the check room, was a suit case
recently left by a man. It was very heavy.
The dcetctlvea placed themselves where
they could see and hear all, and after a
wait of some time their vigil was re
warded by the appearance of the man they
Howari was taken to tKe police station
and when the suit case wns opened It was
found to contain the goods stolen from the
Swobe residence. Anoher grip which How
ard hnd with him contained his personal
effects and Jewelry believed to; have been
stolen from other houses. In his pockets
were also articles which may prove to be
loot of housebreakings. The articles taken
from Mr. Swobe were silverware, silks and
Jewelry and were easily Identified by him
when he called at the police station Mon
Man Who Did Other Deeila.
That Howard Is the man who hes troubled
residents In different parts of the city Is
the opinion ot Chief of Police Donahue
and Chief of Detectives Savage. The home
of Harry 8. Weller, 3610 Bemls park, was
entered recently and goods found on How
ard were' recognised as being part of the
loot. Scarcely has a night passed for two
weeks or more that some clever Job was
not committed and the police are sure
Howard was the man In each case.
Detectives Ferris und Dur.ri took the
lucky depot trail on the possibility' that
they were after the same man who had
dons the other recent burglaries. The po
lice had never been able to learn any more
than that goods were shipped out of the
city by express Immediately after a bur
glary, and when thoy found that a suit
case had been stolen from the Swobe home,
In which to place the stolen goods, they
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LAYS H PAIN. CV'RES WIND COLIC, ind Is tb.
b.it roaxlr (or Dl ARB HOB A. Sol by 4rusiuu
In .v.rr part ot th. world, fi. sure snd ask tor
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The China and Jarjan
Fast Mall .,. a 4:15 pin a 6:10 pm
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Colorado Special a 7:45 am a 7:44 am
North Piatt Local a t:10 am a 4:60 pm
Beatrice iccai o i:u pm pi::4o pm
Cblcawo, Rock Island A Paelfle
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Colo, tc Cal. Express, a 1:50 pm 4:60 pm
Okl. & Texas Express, .a 4:4-) pm al2:06 pm
Lincoln Fairbury and
Bellevu a 8:60 pm a!0:10 am
BC Louis Express 6:30 pm a 3: JO am
St. Lou 13 Local crom
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Chicago Great 'Western.
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Chicago A Northwestern
11 :o0 pm
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Des Moines 4 Cedar
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a 4.10 pm
a 4.10 pin
Denver & California.
Northwest Special .
a, .o pm
a t.to pm
a 4.10 bin a 2.3'j i,m
.all;lo pin a 7:10 am
Nebraska Eipiees a s. In am a 7:45 pin
Nebraakd L'jutl a 8:00 ain a 7.1& pm
a 7:15 pm
a 7. JO pm
bin a .....
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..b 2M pm
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a 1 10 am
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a 1:60 p
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t.o4 vpirard, acot$4 eatia $40.uu aad afwarda. L&
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LUttlL'UVw' U ordeal with safety and no pain.
No woman who uses 'Mother's Friend" need fear the suffering
and danger incident to birth; for it robs the ordeal of its horror
and insures safety to life of mother and child, and leaves her in
a condition more favorable to speedy recovery. The child is
also healthy, strong and
good naturca. Our book
"Motherhood," is wortn
its weieht in irold to every
woman, and will be sent free in plain
envelope by addressing application to
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thought It a bare possibility they mUrht
find some trace of the case at a depot
check stand. The first stand they came
to, and the first suit case they saw, proved
to be what they wanted. Both Donahue
and Savage were loud In their pralso of
the detectives' work.
Howard said he came here from Des
Moines. His record will he looked up Bt
Chicago. He was arraigned In police court
Monday morning nnd asked time to secure
legal aid. Th case was set for Wednes
CREIGH VISITS ANDERSONVILLE
of ' Famous Prison Ha
Converted Into Beavtlfnl
Captain T. L. Crelgh has recently re-
urned from an extended trip through the
south. One of the points visited was the
site of Andnrsonvllle prison, where 1S.M0
union soldiers perished while prisoners of
war within the confederate lines. Mr.
Crelgh said: "The grounds now comprise
some elRh)y acres. Including the twenty-
even acres of the prison pen proper. In
which were herded at one time 31.0O0 union
soldiers. The grounds have been purchased
by the Woman's Relief corps and beauti
fied. The National cemetery there contains
13.000 graves of known dead and 900 un-
nown dead union soldiers who perished In
he prison and vicinity. Providence spring
has been beautified with a marble fountain
nd " other suitable surroundings. The
graves of the dead are suits bly marked.
uch as are known, as well as the un
known graves. Throughout the grounds
art tablets marking scenes and Incidents of
the prison,. Including the famous dead line.
the old hospital and where the six "raid
ers" were tried and executed. The keeper's
residence Is on the spot where Wlrx had
his official headquarters. The grounds are
most carefully kept, and ar a beautiful
memorial of on of the saddest tragedies
of modern warfare. The government maln-
ains the National cemetery there, while
the National Woman's Relief corps looks
after the care of the grounds. It Is quite
certain that the proposed monument to
Wlrs will not be erected anywhere near the
grounds, and I question Jf such a monument
will ever be erected. The southern peoplo
are not particularly proud of him, and this
s especially true of the old confederate
soldiers, who have very little use for the
am or memory of Captain Wlrx."
Captain Crelgh brought back with him a
number of souvenirs of the old prison pen
In the form of a piece of the old stockade,
nnd a number of buttons thst were found
on the old prison ground by some colored
men, who gave them to Captain Crelgh.
PLANS OF NEW GIRLS' HOME
Nearly Half the Equipment In Sow
Provided, Rays Mrs. J. BI.
Mrs. Joseph M. Cudahy spoke before the
social science department of the Woman's
club Monday afternoon on the new club
for self-supporting young women being
organised and to be opened May 1 at Forest
Hill, the horn of th late Herman Kountze.
Mrs. Cudahy said that nearly half the
equipment of the house already has been
provided through the kindness of Interested
friends and she wa confident the rest
would be forthcoming In time. In addi
tion to the permanent rooms for between
forty and fifty young women, there will be
dormitory with accommodations for eight
or ten, to be used for young women
strangers coming to the city until they
can find permanent suitable homes. Accom
modations In the club will cost from $3.50
to $6 a week, according to the room. Break
fast and supper will be Berved at the house,
but no noon rnnalj as th Young Women's
Christian association noon lunch - meet
The free use of th house laundry will be
granted to all members of the club and
th large reception hall en the main floor
will be used as the reading, writing and
living room. The grounds will comprise
about one square block. Including a. tennis
court Mrs. Cudahy explained that the
club would be In a way supplementary to
th Young Women' Christian association
and wished It especially understood that
It Is to be entirely self-supporting and self-
governing and in no sense a charitable
Institution, Mrs. Joseph M. Cudahy, Mrs.
W. T. Page, Mrs. Edward P. Peck, Miss
Stella Hamilton and Mrs. Charles C. George
Constitute the board of trustees.
HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS,
Marie R. Johnson and husband to
John P. Fluley, lot 7, bloc 3, Reed
Fifth add $ 2
Edward J. Jeffrey and wife to Edwin
8. Mure ton, lot 1 and Z, block 2,
Brlgg' Place 1
Charles Lang to Joseph P. O'Keefe,
lot 43. Windsor Place extension 60
Alfred H. and Gussle Kushland to
William e.. trner, wft lot 7, block
"M." Lowe' add l.:0)
Charlotte Kastman to Vlda Gasharo-
vich, lot 11, block 3, Jctter s F.rst
add.. S iuth Omaha 7C0
W. H. Jackson and wife to Martha
Joy, lot 9, block 61. Bedford Place.. 30)
Emma J. Wheeler and husband to
Stella Etchlson. lot 9, block 4. Cot
tage Paik 1,30)
Elisabeth O. and Erwln t". Rodger
to Emmanuel Berg, lot 2, bl'.ca 4,
Tukey Land company to Thomas
Reldy, lot 14, block 1, Clifton Hill.... 1,500
Katie E. Morrow und husband to Kate
Ditnnun, east 31 ft. lot I, Troup
John li. Brlant and wife to Erneat
W. Jacobberger, lot 19, block 4.
Pruyn Park 125
Bernard Bchiits and wife to Minnie
C. Tlmme, lot 19, block 1, Covell'a
Martin Dunham and wife to Michael
B. Kendls, lot 78, Nelson's add... 750
William H. Cleary to Iver Thomas
Peterson, lot 17, block 2, Clarendon.. 415
City savings bank to Bessie 't'urmy,
lot 4, 2oth and Ames Ave. subdiv 600
Edward W. Barber and wife to
Thomas Dunlop, east 17 ft. lot 17
and west 16 ft. lot Is, block 1. Or
chard Hill-: 1,400
Henry K. Hubennann and wife to
Olll Whlleiock. lot 9. block 1. Belve
Charle W. Martin et al to Maud P.
Morrow, lot 38, block a, Paddock
Eliiabeth Cannon to Ida Livingston,
lots 1J and 13, block 1. Klkliurn.
John P. Harger and wife to D. C.
Main, wtft sec. 31-16-10, and other
joiin 1 . r in ley ana wire to Hubert
I lempster. part lot 71. block 3, Reed s
Filth add g.000
many other Duintul and serious
RllUlCIlVa 11U111 YIIIIV.1I lliwfc iuvhiwj
' - sufler, can be avoided by the nsc of
Us Aim i-J fl.J$t TM a. 1
i MCinCI I riieaa. 1 ins prcai rcmeuy
ROADS GRANT RATESATLAST
Western Lines Corcrde fpeo'al Tares for
uer Eeet Worktij.
PROTECT NEW FACTORIES CF THE WEST
Refuse to Make Concessions te
Workers (Join to Michigan De
can e of, Small Plani
Western railroads finally have announced
they will make special rates for the mov
ing of sugar beet workers from Nebraska
points to Colorado, exot pt Denver, Colorado
Spring and Pueblo, and also to Wyoming
and Montana, effective April 25 to May 10.
No special rates will bo given to worker
who have formerly hud rates to the Michi
gan fields nor to any part of Nebraska,
The scarcity of labor In th west has
caused the railroad to make this refusal
for rates for sugar beet workers going to
Michigan, as Michigan ha three times the
populutlcn to the square mile as Nebraska,
This is done to help the new factories at
Brush, Fort Morgan and Billings. The
rate 10 wie went are on ne sainw u.w
In former years, which Is lower than 2 cent
Trains Will Hun Blower.
While nothing definite ha been decided
up'W, It Is the general opinion of th rull
road men that the schedules In .the west
of the fast trains will be lengthened con
"There Is no need trying to run the
trains so fast," said one prominent official,
"for they are ntjt able to make the schod
ule time, and when a train Is running lata
It requires so many mora running order
than If It la on time. Not a western road
is able to make the tlmo scheduled for It
trams, "because of the immense volume of
business, which la constantly going ov.T tb
I'nlon' Pacific Bids for Troops.
Gerrlt Fort, assistant general passenger
agent of the Union Pacific, has returned
from Washington and a visit to the east
ern agencies of the Union Pacific. While
In Washington he submitted a bid for a
renewal of the contract for hauling naval
recruits for the coming fiscal year.
"Tlte season in the east Is not a far
advanced as it I in the west." said Mr.
Fort. The grass has not begun to appear
through th east.
Steel Cnrs Satisfactory.
A report Is being prepared for the erv
ice rendered by the two new steel freight
car which tho Union Pacific built at toe
Omaha shops and which have been given a
try-out on the road. The preliminary re
port Is they are very satisfactory. Work
also has nicely begun on the construction
of the new motor car which were ordered
some time ago and also on five trailer
for these. These motor car will have 200
hors power motors, th earn a No. 8,
which Is now doing service between
Beatrice and Lincoln.
Now l the time to matte your want
known through Th Be Want Ad Page.
The following building permits have been
issued: Julius Kreoaer, Twenty-eighth and
Rugbies, joou dwelling: John Ablln,
Twenty-ninth and Meredith, $1.7'X) dwolllng;
E. Musgrove, StXJt and 3i31 Mnnderson, two
2,noo dwellings; Waterloo Creamery Co.,
1C19 Howard. $1,000 addition; S. G. Steven
son, 1712 Bt. Mury' avenue, $1,000 brick
l lk Mark
Free temple. Address Dept..
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