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TIIE OMAHA DAILY DEE: FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1907.
C1TT fTEAM Ul NDRT-Shirts pressed,
not Ironed. tU 8. Ulh St. Tel. Doug, lb.
mcfflKd mschlnea rented, inr milk.
ner week or 12.00 rmr month. Second
i hand machines for sale, $S 00 and up.
t Neb. Cycle Co.. 15th and Harney
MAfQTTl eoatumea, Lieben. Tel.411S. Open
evenings. (Hr M
STRING ES, rubber goods, by mailt cut
prices; send for free cstelogue. Myers
billon Drug Co., Omaha. (18) 966
-rfHyelng and cleaning, sponging and (hrtnk.
C ing. only 6c per yard. Send tor price lint
V ) aua samplea .
W GOLDMAN PUtATlNQ CO..
10 Douglas Block. TeL Douglas 1M6,
1 (lit) i
PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOME-Mm.
UT. rung, "
s-vir I. foot a corrected by glasses, fitted
in vour hnmi If desired; reasonable
nrlcee. Smith, uraauata optician,
Lhlo. 'Phone Webster 4337.
(IS) M600 29x
xf AQAnF,9wa,,,n movement. 411 N.
jVLA.OOiVJiJwtllj room j aecond floor.
(l) M45J At
rur MAl.VATirVN 1RMT anllrlta cast off
clothing; In fact, anything you do not
need; we collect, repair and sell, at 114 N.
lith St., "or coat or collecting, to toe
worthy poor. Call 'Phone Ioug. 4186 and
wagon wui naiL ut" u
HEALTHY, wholesome, satin skin bestowed
ly saun stun cream ana isaiin powuer.
LACK curtains nicely laundered, satisfac
tion guaranteed; prices moderate. Phone
Liouglaa 423. 1711 Jackson. (18)-fti5 30
r A rtXTTT"TTn treatment and bath, limn
ttinuitiJAiw Smith. 118 N. 16th. Id floor.
ARE you going to New TorkT I can save
yon 20 per cent on your hotel bill at a first
class downtown noieL Aoareas th-sob, nee.
KITPTt'RR CURED 130: Bo knife. Quick
Cure Rupture Co., Woodmen of the World
bulldmg. uaj eadM tan
FOR anything In the sewing machine line
go to P. K. t loaman at Co.. Lap. Ave.
ti W All
JOHN CANE 19 IV TOWN1
Now Is the time to trim trees, trellises and
grape vines; also landscape gardening.
Tel. Ha l). nes. lioi o. am Ave.
(18) 11406 A26
8TRON WATSON Five letters received.
Have written as Instructed. A. W. .
. (!) M437 ilx
'sPENNEXi. Millinery Co., 822 N. 1Mb. Bt.
(18) 67 June 28
C1TT PROPERTY FOR SALE.
South Side Property
Is a specialty with us, and
therefore having a big demand
for It re are forced to publish
this request to those willing to
sell to 11st their property with
BERKA & CO.,
Phons Doug! a 7487.
38 N. Y. Life.
T710 Bristol Bt-, T rooms all
. modern, first class condition
throughout, good furnace and
up-to-date bathroom, barn for
t horses, cement walks,
couth front on paved street,
handy to street car and gxod
school, lot 60x182 ft. Price re
duoed for quick sale,
GEOJW3E as CO., 1001 Farnam Bt.
09) MW8 ZS
1315 North 28th Bt., rooms,
1 stories, modern except fur
nace, lot 40x121 ft.
8915 North Bd Bt, I
cottage, built In 1906, barn
14xlt ft. House modern except
furnace, some small fruit, good
chicken house, lot 60x124 ft.
GEORGE CO., 1601 Farnam 8t
G 84X87 89
- 8 frame-houses) on 24th street
uear . Leavenworth Bt., city
i water, gas, lot 60x148 ft., gross
annual rental 8756.
C GORGE & CO., 1001 Farnam Bt
(19) MBS8 80
i Mid City Lots
Kulu avarv offa 41,
,tJ uur.uuun luio wrai
' Oil the grounds. DO not be
4 ii ,i. . ,t .
tOO late 10 get a home m thld
v beautiful addition. Remem
ber the location 13th and
Blaine Sts. Take 13tb St.
160G DODGE ST.
6 for house, t rooms, nearly naw. in
Kountse Place; every convenience.
SMttO. new ootiage, 6 rooms and bath, fln
busaruent. wita not ana cold water; 3x4
t?,tut. new house, modern, rooms; will
be flnlahed In a month.
11 ma fr house, I rooma city watar, 3816
tt,t for brick house, 9 rooms, oak finish
eud modern, 1M4 N. 19th.
V. T- QltAHAU. BEE BI.DG.
REAL ESTATE .
CITY PBOPKHTT FOR LR
BRICK BURINFB3 CORNER. ANNUAL
Rf.NfAl. OF $4.; WILL NKT liH PKR
Uni. i.m rash, taionc trom rentals;
low Tata interval
833 Ncvllla Block.
(19) M3IJ Al
AND FRUIT FARM
North of Benson orphan
age, on good road and near
the Brandela home. 10 acres,
1 of which Is bearing fruit
apples, cherries, plums,
grapes, etc. Over t!W0 worth
of fruit S"ld last year; has
good 7-room house; barn,
cribs, etc; beautiful, 'sightly
location and a big bargain at
W FARNAM SMITH & CO
" '"Jl O All ill a, Vt.,
THEY ARE GOING
and select one of the choice
east, west or double fronts. In
the highest, finest and most
beautiful location of all subur
ban sites for a desirable home.
What so much enhances a
home as a beautiful landscape
vlewT No city taxes. Tou get
all of these advantages in buy
ing a lot In blocks 17 and IS,
Halcyon Heights, only two
blocks south of Military Ave.
car line, on T.ynn Ave., Ben
eon. Price, 2 to 1650. Terms
to suit your convenience.
WB WILL BE ON THE GROUND
FROM 3 TO 5 TOMORROW AFT
ERNOON, OR AT ANY OTHlflK
HOUR BY SPECIAL APPOINT
MENT. TEL. DOUO. 857.
Russell & McKitrick Co.,
422-34 Ramge Bldg., ttth and Harney Bts.
711 SO. 17th STREET
7-room house, bath, hot water heat. Just
north of Leavenworth. Ground worth
the money. $3,300.
THE BYRON REED CO.
PHONE DOUQ. 297. 813 SO. 14 ST.
At a bargain. One of the
neatest -room houses on the
market, with bath room, I
good bedrooms, with closets,
electrto lights and gas, ce
mented basement and cement
walks; fine porch, with stone
posts; almost new and occu
pied by owner.
McMENEMY & RIKER,
406 Bee Bldg.
Tel. Doug. 613.
(19) 428 29
LIST your property for sale
or exchange with MoMenetny
as XUker, 408 Bee Bldg. Tel.
(!) 430 29
FOR Tins WEEK
It-R. mod. house, good repair, near .Bemla
raric iz.suu.uu; easy terms..
-R. mod. house, paved street and walks,
gooa repair, sz.ouu.uu; easy terms.
J .,..- .1,1... -o
' ir-. nw.ii "i; iM "br'..r
l-R. house, 8 lots, city water, gas, 8806
B&nler i,Jtu.uu; easy terms.
J. II. PARROTTE
684 Paxton' Blk.
(19) M264 SO
FAENAM ST. PROPERTY
FuU-slxed business lot, 66x133 to twenty.
foot alley, on north side Farnam, east of
84th; improved with three three-story brick
flats, paying a fair return on the invest
ment. Has a future, we think. Can offer
It for a short time at 831,000.
Harrison & Morton
NEAR 81ST AND MARCT.
NEW T ROOMS MODERN
Cash or Terms.
ADDRESS C 816. BEE.
BARGAIN IN COTTAGE
9816 Parker Bt,, t rooms, city water, full
W. T. GRAHAM, BEE BLDG.
U) 4 81
For an 8 room modern house
near the Convent on 36th and
Burt Sts and It Is a bargain.
Lot 60x126, nice ahade trees. -
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
iota N. Y. LUe Bldg.
Good Cheap Home
$300 Cash, Balance Monthly
4 rooms, full lot close to school, city
water, located In Omaha View.
PETERSON BKOti., 623 Bee Bldg.
U)-Mto 29 '
LANDS ACRES AND CITY PROPERTY
About 10ou0 ot Uni near North
Lir.tTronUgr. North Sixteenth Bt,
I near Burt; linproveo 4JI.OO.
Trackage and North Sixteenth frontage-
1Vwo lu,a i"' Thirty-sixth and bodge
i fit-nlv I:' UXL
Fj?con.oul on 8out,, Tenth st"' ner
Full corner lot. diagonally opposite
Northwestern rraignt sistion i5 mo.
South Omaha Full lot on Twenty-fourth
Bt,, near L 83.UU).
Florence Block of twenty lots 81.6CO.
Five sores northeast of Benson (1. 260.
Acres near South Oiiih-t-'J and iMJ.
HKNRY F. WYMAN.
10U8 NUW YORK LIKE BLDG.
(li M6 81
PIECE TO PLAT
Twenty acres, between S6tb and 40th ate
south of Omaha HeigMa. Will make luw
gooa lota. w mlnulM walk to car line
The neareat acre tract on the markal
and a great bargain at ki.900. Must be
taken at once.
W. T. GKAHAU, BEE BI.DO.
I IK 434 81
FOR SALE Two modern houses and large
win, una uiota norm or uaniont prk
paved street east froi.t. lot 7ailio. East
era ewner will sell st a terrain
Hooat 1 N. V. L bldg
C1TT PHOrFBTT FOR I.E.
8t7 8. 16th Bt., t-room house,
city water, sewer and gas,
permanent sidewalks, on lot
44456 feet: O0 cash, balance
monthly. Lower floor la now
rented for f 1 3 per month.
GEORGE A CO.,
1001 Farnam fit.
SOUTH SIDE HOME
1934 Po. 16th St., 6-mom new hoirse, mod
ern except heat, very pleasant and quiet
place far living: easy walking distance.
close to car; rents for f: per month;
well worth the price. vz,ilb.
'Phone Doug. inn. 938 N. T. Life.
One of the beat lots In Dundee for $700.00.
J. II. PARROTTE
634 Paxton Blk.
(19) M255 SO
FOR 3 ALE On East Maple St. strictly
modern 7-room house, run basemen t,
laundry, paved street, near three car
lines. Inquire J. H. Olseen. 217 Hoard of
Trade BHg. Tel. Douglas 8S8. n m
FARM AJfR KAWCH 4-ASDS FOR fALB
Will Profit by Writing
O. C. CHESTER & CO.,
Okotoka, Alberta, Canada,
All kinds of real estate and commission
business transacted; farm and ranch lands
UU) U8U OX
140-acre farm, well Improved and only two
miles irom good lowa town; smoothly
rolling land; half In tame grass. J75 per
acre; encumbrance S8,0"O. Will trade
eoulty for clear city property, or stock
160 acres finest kind of bottom land; no
overnow; two muea rrom town or iJxK)
people; every acre tillable; no buildings.
75 per acre; encumbrance tO-QuO. Will
traae equity ror clear city property or
small stock of goods; or will ttade both
of these farms together for goods or
clear city property.
Write for full particulars.
LOVE & QR1MLB, WOODBINE, IOWA.
(20) M&23 A4
HOME8EEKERS! Be careful. Locate
right. Investigate our famous artesian
valley. Sure crops, matchless climate.
Let ua, write you. Miller at James, Meade,
Kan. (20) 636 A!
IMPROVED farms in eastern Nebraska;
Sarpy and Douglas counties. B. J. Over
ton, Oretna, Nob. , (20) M878
FOR SALE Section land. Kimball county
ail level, tiiiauie ana close in; price pi.bO
rr acre, 4,zss casn, Daiance y years at
per cent. Kimball Land Co., Kimball,
iNeo. IH M330 Alx
WRITE Townsend Realty Co.. Fremont.
neo. rarms ana isnaa lor sale or trade
for clear town property or merchandise.
ta)) MSbO AXX
FOR SALE 7 quarter sections of land In
Brown county, a. u.; will sell together
or separately. South Dakota-Western
Land Co., MIS Toy Bldg., Sioux City, la.
1 (W) M4tf A4
OILMORE REAL ESTATE CO.. 1419 Dour,
laa ail., vmana, xseo., Tnone louglas 2644,
general agents W. B. Soash Land Co.,
owners of large tracts near Dalhart, Tex..
the choicest In the Panhandle. Agents
wanted in every county, next excursion
March 19. Sleeping car berths free. Call
or write lor tun iniormation.
I . - ..ouiiina
eena ror map or Texas, showing new
railways and location of famous Brasos
Valley lands, the richest srraln bolt
lands In the United States, and where
bluzards are unknown. Price, 110 00 to
l.oo per acre. Illustrated list free, v
JUL AND P. LOCKWOOD,
486, San Antonio, Tex.
- (80) M696 A3
TEXAS AND NEW MEXICO LAND
Have some rare bargains In Texas and
isew Mexico una, o to i.M an acn.
Go and see for yourself; low railroad
rates, ror particulars address.
ROBERT C. DRUESEDOW,
809 New York Life Bldg., Omaha, Neb,
Next Tuesday, April 8, our Homeaeekers
rate to Akron, Colo., will be 411. SO. Rates
with others 814.80. Same reduction from
your home town. If you write ua about
Same date to Goodland, Kan., 810.84. Go
with others and pay $13.84. Ws can get
yqu same reduction irom your home town.
Our ilrst excursion to South Dakota will
be April 16, at which time we will an
nounce some mighty attractive ratea
watcn and wait tor them. In the mean
time send for our South Dakota land Hat
One bargain from 83 to 86 per acre less than
others can sell you. We got our lands
while they were cheap and give bur buyers
the benefit. Free fare to buyers of any of
our lanas. improvea farms everywhere.
Tradea galore. State your wants. We
CONTINENTAL REALTY CO
21 36 U. a Nat l Bank Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
ana crancn unices in Several
Other Large Cities.
(20) M597 89
FOR SALE 600 farms, stock ranches
Kansas, Missouri or Texas. Bafore you
buy, sail or exchange write for our list,
giving full description, location and
price. We can suit you in quantity,
quality and price. F. H. Humphrey,
Fort bcott. Kaunas. (20) Mttu 31
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Farm sal Baa.k Lad.
FOR RENTV-t-acre tract of land In Ben
son (without house), suitable for garden
ing or raising potatoea Will rent till
January L 1. for $ If taken Immedi
ately. Address at tit. care Bee.
(21 488 x
FARM FOR RENT.
Splendid farm, 211 acres, for rent six miles
from Omaha; possession given at onou.
Apply to H. 8. Sturgeon, 440 Board of Trade
bids'., Omaha, Nub. Tel. Douglas 1510.
FOR RENT 40 ACRE OF FARM LAND,
WITH HOL SE, BARN AND SMALL
PASTURE. ABOUT ONE laMLR SOUTH
THE PUTNAM CO, 604 N. Y. LIFE BI.DO.
(21) M j10
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$1.000,00 TO LOAN on bualneaa and resi
dence property In Omaha; loweat rates;
no delay. Thomaa Brcunan, Room t, S.
Y. Ufa. m
LOWEST RATES BemU. Paxton Block
MONEY TO LOAN-Payna Investment Co.
PRIVATE MONET F. D. Wead, Doug.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
OARVIN PROS., 104 Farnam. I and 5H
per cent loana on real aatate; no dalny.
ll.Cfl.onn TO LOAN on buelneas and real
denee property In Omaha: lowest rates;
no delay. Thomaa Brennaa. H. 1, Nx T.
Lira. Hit oe
WANTED City loans and wnrants. W.
Farnam Smith Co., 1S-0 Farnam St.
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Paxton Block.
WANTElv-Clty loans. R. C. Peters A Co..
LOANS on Improved c4y property. W. H.
Thomas, COS First National Bank Bids.
BUILDING loans on resident- property; I
per cent. W. B. Melkle, Ramge Blk.
UNION LOAN & INV. COX"
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE
at 44 and S per cent.
(22) M581 Ail
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED Best house and lot that I2.RO0
cash or leas can buy; state size of house
and lot. price and location. ' Addross
K 818, Bee. (23) M 440 !0x
WANTED TO BORROW
WANT to borrow, $4,000, on flrst-clasa
niiaineaa property; Income over ?'. Ad
dress H 821. Bee. (24)-M45l 29x
WANTED TO BUY
CASH for old bo, ka Stacy, 816 8. 13th.
WANTED To bny, second-hand furniture,
coon ana neating stoves, carpets, linole
ums, office furniture, old clothes and
shoes, pianos, feathers, bed pillows, quilts
and all kinds of tools; or will buy he fur
niture of your house complete. Will buy
antique or mahogany furniture. The high
est prices paid. Call the right man. Tel.
Doug. 8971. (2u)-6w A17
CASH paid for old books. Crsne-Foye Co.,
i. d iiti. rnone uougias liul.
WANT to buy flats close In. Must be
new and cheap. State location and price
In first letter. Address K 923. care Bee.
I WANT to buy a barber shop. Olve full
particulars in nrst letter. Atldreaa J-922,
care Bee. (25)-M457 A3
WANTED TO BUY A good 6 or 7 room
movaoie house. Call 2521 Binnev atreet.
(26) M592 3!x
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Room and board by young man
in private ramny; tianscom pam vicinity.
1101 Park Ave. (261 2bo 30
WANTED To rent small house, within ten
diocks either way from 40th and Hamil
ton Sts. Address F 9o2, care Bee.
WANTED By 1st of May, good 9 or 10-
room nouse in vicinity or Manscnm pam.
Address K-906, care Bee. (26) M328 A2x
WANTED Between April 10th and 15th, 6
or 7-room modern house. Address N 909,
Bee. (26)-372 2Sx ,
MAN and wife want two or three furnlahed
rooms, housekeeping; distance no object;
state price, full particulars, or no an
swer. N 926, Bee. (26) M596 31
DAY WOMEN furnished free of charge.
Telephone Douglas 1112. (27) MS00
WANTED Position as saleslady; compe
tent to take charge or any department.
Address 718 8. 29th St (27) 359 28
SITUATION WANTED-By strictly first-
class DaKer. Meat and sober. 15 years
experience. Married. H. Smith, 1823 Caans
bt iSl)S10 28X
POSITION wanted by strictly first class
meat cutter, sober and reliable, capable
of taking charge. Address M flU. care
Bee. (27-M593 31
When You Write to
Remember It tikes but an extra stroke -or
two of the pen to mention the fact that
you saw the ad in The- Bee.
PROPOSAL8 FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES
Department of the Interior. Office of In
dian Affairs, Washington, D. C, February
16, 1U07. Sealed propoaalH, plainly marked
on the outside of the envelope, "Proposals
for Rubber Qooda, Boots and Shoes, etc.,
as the case may be, and addressed to the
"Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washing
ton, D. C." will be received at the Indian
office until 8 o'clock p. m. of Thursday,
April 11, 1HU7, and then opened, for furnish
ing the Indian service with rubber goods,
boots and shoes, hardware and medical
supplies. Seuled proposals, plainly marked
on the outside of the envelope, "Proposals
for Enameled Ware, Furniture," etc., as
the case may be, and addressed to the
"Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washing
ton, D. C," will be received at tl.e Indian
office until 8 o'clock p. in. of Tuesday,
April 16, liH7, and then opened, for furnish
ing the Indian service with enameled ware,
lamps, furniture, bedding, stoves, agricul
tural Implements, paints, olki, glass, tin
ware, wagons, harness, leather, shoe find
ings, saddlery, etc., school supplies, and n
long list of miscellaneous articles. Bids
must be made out on government blanks.
Schedules giving all necessary Information
for bidders will be furnished on application
to the Indian office, Washington. D. C. ;
the U. 8. Indian warehouses at New York
City. Chicago, 111.; St. Louis, Mo., and
Omaha, Neb. The department reserves the
right to reject any and all bids, or anv rt
of any bid. F. E. LEL'PP, Commlsnloner.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Omaha, Nebraska, March 3, 19U7. Sealed
proposals, In triplicate, will be received here
and by Quartermasters at the posts named
herein, until 10 a m., central standard time,
April 1. 1M7, for furnishing wood, coal and
charcoal, during the fiscal year ending June
80, lXtK, at Omaha Q. M. Depot, Forts Crook,
Omaha and Robinson, Nebraska; Forts
Leavenworth and Riley, Kansus; Forts D.
A. Russell and Mackensie, Wyoming; Fort
Des Moines, lowa, and Fort Meade, South
Dakota. Proposals for delivers at other
places will be entertained. United States re
serves right to reject or accept any or all
proposals or any part thereof. Information
furnished on application here, or to Quar
termasters at ths stations named. Envel
opes containing proposals should be marked
"1'ropoBHls fr Fuel," and addrtsed to
Major THOMAS CRUSE, C. Q At.
U. 8. MILTARY PRISON. FORT LEAV
en worth, Kan., March 28, 1907. Sealed pro
posals for furnishing wood, eoal charcoal,
forage, straw and mineral oil, required
here during year commencing July 1, llatf,
will be received until 10 a. m. April 26
M, and then publicly opened. Information
furnished on application. Envelopes should
be Indorsed. "Proposals for Fuel and For
age" and addresed. Captain C. A. Martin,
Q- M. MJ-n-28-29-A23-M
NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the Keith and Lincoln counties irri
gation District will receive sealed proposals
for the purchase of the sixty-six hundred
(Stl.600.00) dulluis remaining of the bond Is
sue of said district up to the hour of ten
o'clock a. m. on April second, 107, at the
offlce-of the seorelary of the Irrigation Dis
trict in the Village of Sutherland, in Lin
coln County, NeLiiaska. Said bonds are In
the denominations of one hundred (tluO.Ou)
dollars each snd bear interest at the rata
of six percenlutn per annum payable semi
annually on the first days of March and
September of each and every year begin
ning with the first day of SrpUniber, lfcuo.
These bunds are of three series and ten of
them are due on the first day of March.
11)17; thlrty-iune of thetn due on the first
day cf March, I'JUi seventeen of them are
due on Ilia first day of March, ln.-u. The
sealed proposals may be for the whole of
said bonds or for any portion tnereof, and
such bids will be opened Immediately after
the hour of ten o'clock a. in. on the said
second day of April, l!ai7. The board re
serves the right to reject any and all bids.
Dated tula eighth day of March, l7.
JAMES SHOUP, Secretary.
CHIEF QVARTKRM ASTFR'8 OFFICE
Omaha. I.en Marcn L 1(. whito i-iv-
poaala in triplicate, will be receivea ner
and hy the vjuartermaater at the posts
named herein, until 10 a, ni., central stand
ard time, Ai-rll 1, 19"7. for furnishing min
eral oil during the flacal year ending June
. I!, at Fort Roblnaon, Nebraaka; Fort
les Moines, lowa; Fort 1-eavenwvrth, Kan
sas; Fort Mackenzie, Wyoming, and Fort
Meade Sovith lnkota. Proiiaala for de
livery at other thnn the above named sta
tions will not be entertained. The United
States reserves rlcht to reject or accept
any or all proposals or sny part thereof.
Information furnlahed on application .her,
or to Quartermaster at the atatlons nameA
hinveioties containing propoaaia anouia ne
marked "Tropoanls for Mineral OH," and
addressed to Major THOMAS CRt PE. C.
Q. M. r2-4-R--2-
REAL KTATR TRANSFERS.
Robert O. Fink, county treasurer, to .
Brower E. McCague, at, lot 1. block
6. Central park 8
Charles llettelle and wife to Brower
II McCague, SH t 1, block 6,
George P. Bemls Real Estate com-
Cany to Clifford P. Daniels, lot 20,
lock 1, 8eymour add
F. W. Carmlchnel to Charles L. Bur
mesler. lot 12, block 11, Halcyon
Robert O. Fink, county treasurer, to
Dan J. Riley, lot 4, block 6, Crclgh-
Same to K. 3. McGregor, lot 17,
block IS, and lot 10. block 18,
Same to Continental Trust company,
south 32 feet n'-, lots 13 and 14,
block 2, Orchard Hill
Same to tame, lots 1 and 2, block S,
Dupont Place and other lots
Same to same, lota 14 and 16, block 3,
Same to same, lots 6 snd 6, block 19,
lot 7, block 33, Ambler Place
Same to same, lot 12, block 12, Brown
park, South Omnha
Same to same, lots 4, '6, 6 and 82,
block 2, Highland View
Same to mine, lots 11, 20 and 21,
Auburn HH1 and other lots
Bame to same, lots 1, 2, 6 and 9,
Black's sub. and other lots
Same to same, lot 13, Albright and
Aylesworth's 2d add
Same to Fred Kavan, lots 7, 8, 9,
10, 11 and 12. O'Neill Place
Same to Fred D. Wead, lots 4 and
6, b'ock 4. Fred Dellone's add
Same to Pauline Prince, lot 4, block
10, Orchard Hill...
Same to August Carstens, lots 16 and
17, block 1, Leavenworth Street
Same to Fred H. Coagrove, lots 1
and 2, block 2, ub. block 2, Bemls
Same o John R. Brandt, lots 8 and
4, block 1. and lots 6 and 6, block
8, Kendall's add
Susan Jackaon to James Whelan,
rvnrt tax lot 4. sec. 15-15-13. and
other land 1,600
Alfred Donahue and wife to August
Marschner, west 36 feet north 43H
feet lot 2, block 1, S"ub. John I.
August Marschner to Alfred Marsch-
n, w..l W font nnrth GZKL fMt lot
2, block 1. sub. John I. Redick's add. 1,268
Josephine B. Kitchen to Lulu Ruble,
pnrt lot 6, block 138, Omaha
Elizabeth O. Stewart and husband to
William T Canada, lot 1. block 8.
Clarendon ' , 1.650
J. M. Swetnam and wife to Frank K.
OAmble lots 12 and 21. block 1. Cen
tral Dark 10
Howard A. Black and wife to same,
lota IS. 19. 211 and 22. block 1: lota
10 and 11. block 2. Central park 15
ttonrv B Winter and wife to same.
lot 14. block 6. Kelby Place 60
John J. Kane and wife to William
O. Gamble, lot 8, block 6, Patterson
Sarah I Calhown et al. to John B.
McFarland, lot 1, block 14, Bedford
Walter L. Kllby and wife to Park
way Real Estate company, lot 8,
block 14, Bedford's Place
Thomas Mercell and wife to James
VaviiHV anri wife lot 8. block 1-
Potter A Cobb's add.. South Omaha 760
Anton Trlska and wife to Joseph
Pavelka. lot 14. block 4. Wilcox add. 880
Andrew Lingberg and wife to Thomas
T. ,,!! Int. 18 anil 14 block 1ft. Rose
Hill ..." 650
Pauline Prince to Fred D. Wead, lot
4, block 10, Orchard Hill
Charles T. Kountse and wife to Al
mlra B. Millard. Dart sub. lot 10.
block 6. Canltol add 185
Dwlirht G. I.vman and wife to Frank
A. Moore, part sett nett sec. 3A-1G-9 276
Daniel Hannon and wife to Joshua
T. r-ohn aat 40 feet lots 8 and 9.
block 359, South Omaha 8,600
Frank Rondele and wife to Vaclav
J. KrouDa. lot 12. block 10. Kountse
4th add 1,400
O. Moburg to Anna M. Cahill, lot 18,
block 8, Orchard Hill 2.100
Jesse F. Luse and wife to Hetnrlch
G. A. Frunnler, south 61 feet lot 4.
block 249, Omaha 16,000
Helnrich G. A. Brunnler and wife to
Isabella A. and Grace L. Relchen
berg, south 61 feet lot 4, block 249,
Omaha j... 16,000
Harriet Allen Breckenrldge to Anna
R. Marsh, lot 22, block 109, Dundee
Mary B. Erlon and husband to Ed
ward P. Meyers, north 60 feet lot
9. block 8; lot 4, block 3, Dwlght &
Lyman' a add 4,600
Theresa Coughlln and husband to
Dana C. Bradford, lot 14, Kountse
Luther L. Kountse and wife to
Theresa Coughlln, lot 14, Kountse
sub '. 4,000
William E. Merrltt to Alexander
Mover, lot 9. block 1. Grammercy
George A. Hoagland and wife to Lea
Sscsenanlak. lot 13. block 12. Wil
cox add 360
Daniel W. Shull et al. to Ida B.
Srtooner. U lots 21 and 22. block 9,
Shull's 2d add 745
Daniel W. Bhull et al. to Kate M.
Jackman. wMi lots 21 and 22, block 8,
Shull's 2d add 855
George M. De Bolt and wife to John
D. Crelghton. s lot . 44. Nelson's
J. W. Thomas and wife to Charles
E. Black, lot 4. block II. Highland
RAILWAY TIME CARD
IMON STATION TiSNTU AID MARCT
Overland Limited -.ft 9:56 at 1 a 8:18 pm
The China and Japan
Fast Mall a 4:15 pm a 6:10 Din
Colo. A Calif. Ex a 4:15 pm a 9:30 pra
California Ore. Ex. ..a 4:26 pm a 6:10 pm
Los Ancles Limited. . .al2:06 pm al0:46 pm
Fast Mall a 1:56 am a 6:00 pm
Colorado 8pectal a 7:46 am a 7:44 am
North Platte Local a 8:10 am a 4:60 ptn
Beatrice Lccal b 9:09 pm blt: pm
tnteaao, Rock lalaae) at raelSe.
Chicago Limited a 3:16 am a 7:10 am
Iowa, Local a 7:00 am a 4:30 pra
Chlcaga Mail 8:46 pm
Iowa Local bl2:0 pra 0 9:st pra
Chicago (Eastern Ex.).. a 6:u6 pra a 1.36 pm
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Rocky Mountain umir. iw am a 1:06 am
Colo. A Cal. Express, a 1:60 pm r 4:60 pra
Okl. & Texas a;xpreas..a 4:u pm au:u pm
Lincoln l-'alrbuiy and
Bellevue - a 8:60 pm al0:10 am
Bt Louis Express 4 JO pra a 8:80 am
ht Loula Local I from
Council Bluffs) a 8:16 am al0:80 pm
Stanberry Local (from
Council Bluffs) b 6:00 pm bll:80 am
Chlcaaw Ureal Y eaters,.
St Paul & Minneapolis.. 8 JO pra T:10 ant
St. Paul & Minusapolla 7:44 am 11:50 pm
Chicago Limited 6:40 pm 9:00 am
Chicago Express 7:40 am 11:60 pra
Chicago cxprese : pu. s.jU pm
(kicasa av Kortfc weateru
Cedar Rapids pass a!:utam a 6.-08 pm
Twin City Liuixas.
....a tun am ale.ou pra
Chicago Daylight ...
Chicago Local ,
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bioux City Local....
Chicago Express ....
Twin City Limited
Ovarlaid Limited ...
....a s:w ara au:u pm
,...U:i am a k: 46 pra
....a i.ut pm it Uiiii
a 4 U pm a 9.60 ara
a l e put
a 6:60 pm a 7:30 am
a 1.00 pm
atapra a 8.10 ara
a 8. is pm a 7:06 am
a 3 :3s pra a 9:tl am
Norfolk-Boneateel a 7:40 ara a!0 36 am
Llncoln-Chadron ....... .b 7:40 am alO ai ant
Deadwood-Lanooln .....a 3:0u pm a 6.of pm
Caapar-SUObkUoui .......a 3 00 pin a 6:U6 pm
Haallnge-bupenor b J.uO pm b 6:u6 pra
Fremont-Albion b :U pm bU.bO pm
K. C. A t. L. Expresa.a 9:00 am a 4:10 am
K. C. A St. L. B.xpraaa..all:U pm a 6:26 pm
Nabraski Local .a l.u) pra all:0ara
Des Moines Local , a 4:16 pm
llllaeis tee tret
Chicago Express a 8:00 am a 8:48 pm
Mmn. A 6i. Paul Ex. .b 1:00 am a 8 15 pm
Chicago Limited ,a f oo pin a 7 0 am
Miua. fit Paul Ltd...a . pra a J am
SOtES ON OMAHA SOCIETY
Charity Tempti fMhioniblei t9 Contom
plgt Fot-Lrit6n rnnctlon.
FLOWER MISSION BENEFIT ANTICIPATED
Mrs. James K. Redman F.ntertalns
Meetlasr of K. K. K. Clab Onaslo
Affords DnbatHete for
Mrs. James P. Redman of ISnj Spencer
street was hostess at the meeting of the
K. K.'K. club Wednesday afternoon. High
five was the game played snd the prise
was won by Mrs. Frank MacDonald. The
consolation prise w awarded to Mrs.
George E. Hurst. For refreshments the
guests were seated at one large table,
which was decorated with red rosea, and at
each plate were Easter eggs filled with
bonbons. Those present were: Mrs. F. M.
Wagner. Mrs. George E. Hurst, Mrs. Henry
Dunn, Mrs. t. W. Brown, Mrs. D. M. Dick
inson. Mrs. R. C. Dosler. Mrs. W. M. Mc-
Elhlnney. Mrs. Ous Bolton, Mrs. W. H.
Gould, Jr.. Mrs. E. C. Marston. Mrs. Harry
Counsman, Mrs. H. M. Johnson, Miss Alice
Redman, Miss Josephine Redman and Mrs.
Redman. The next hostess will be Mrs.
F. M. Wagner, the meeting to be a ken
slngtnn, the afternoon of April 4.
A very enjoyable family reunion was held
Punday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Schnell. Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Schnell. Mr. and Mm. George
Bchnell, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reed. Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Fikes of St. Louis, Mr.
and Mrs. 3. Welicnbach, Mr. C. E. Bchnell,
Mr. Charles Schnell, Mr. Albert Bchnell.
Mr. Warner Hunton, Miss Linda Schnell,
Mins M. McMlckle.
Mrs. A. Melcher was hostess Wednesday
at the meeting of the Pleasant Hour club.
Cards have been received In Omaha for
the wedding of Mr. Frank Lincoln Wood
ward and Miss Beasle Mary Pague, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Pague of
Kansas City, which will be solemnised at
7:80 o'clock Wednesdsy morning, April 10,
at Bt. Aloysln's church. Kansas City, Mo.
A reception will follow the ceremony at 12
o'clock at 8800 East Blxth street. Mr. Wood
ward la a son of Mr. O. D. Woodward,
associated with Mr. W. J. Burgess In the
management of the Boyd theater.
A letter has been received by Omaha
friends from Miss Anna Phillips of Boston
announcing her engagement to Mr. Bowlln
of New Tork. Miss Phillips will be re
membered as a popular Omaha visitor, who
was extensively entertained as the guest
of Mrs. .Lucy Savage several seasons ago.
Miss -Phillips Is at present making a Med
Miss Nellie Painter of Colorado Springs,
formerly of Omaha, has arrived to be the
guest of Omaha friends. Miss Painter has
won a reputation for herself by her ex
traordlnarily beautiful voice, In which her
friends have become se interested that they
gave a benefit recently to send her abroad
to study with the masters, where It Is eup
posed she will prepare herself for the grand
opera stage. Besides being gifted with this
unusual voice Miss Painter has a charming
personality. While In Omaha she has de
cided to give a concert which will afford
her friends an opportunity to hear her. The
ooncert will probably be given at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. PhlllipL
Mr. and Mrs. James Love 'Paxton will
give an Orpheum party Monday evening
In honor of Mrs. George W. Brown guest of
Miss Jeanne Wakefield.
Miss Ethel Tukey wm give a bridge party
Wednesday afternoon In honor of Mrs.
Brown of Portland, Ore.
The Flower mission will give Its large
card party at Chambers' Monday afternoon.
when It la expected society will be well
The next meeting of P. E. O. society will
be held tt the home of Mrs. C. W. Wal
worth,. 3006 Maple street, Saturday after
Mr, Joseph Hayden, accompanied by his
nelce. Miss Lucille Hayden, left Wednesday
evening for Seattle, from where they will
sail for Japan and will remain until about
the middle of July.
Mlsa Haxel Connell is spending her Easter
vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Burns at An
impolis. She will attend the Yale-Annapolis
base ball game and the Easter hop al
the naval academy.
Miss Zola Deilecker has returned home
RAILYWAY TIME CARD--"
Ckleaao, Milwaukee IU Pant.
Chi. and Oolo. Special.. a 7:6a am a 746 am
California and Ore. h,x.a 6:4a pin a 3:10 pm
Overland Limited a S:ia Dm a S wi u.
j3es Moines A Cedar
Kapioe uku e.aa mm DU.'W pm
PURLINOTON gTATIOsl lOth MAO.X
Denver A California.... a 4:10 pm a . pm
Black Hills a 4.10 pm a 1.30 pra
Northwest Special ....a 4:10 pm a 3:to pm
L0br.:krEVprer.:::::!o0S S p.twenty-four boy. have been sent from
Nebraf ka Local a 8:00 am a 7:46 pm
Lincoln j-ocal .......... 8:oS am
Lincoln Fast Mall b 8:00 pm ell:0l pm
Lincoln Local .......... a l:ao pra
v-t nrr.ok A Plattam th.b 8:50 pra tl0:2fi am
piattsmouth . a 7:60 pm a 8:10 ara
Denver uiiniieu MW
Bellevue A Pao. Juno. .a 30 am a l:6o pm
Chicago Special a 7:2 am a 7 25 am
Kansas Clty-St Joe al0:46 pra a 6:46 am
Kansas Clty-St Joe.... 8:15 am a 6-10 piu
blansu tuy-oi. " - Km
WEBSTER TATION-lOtk a WEBSTER
Ckteaao. St. Fanl, Mlnaeapolla at
Twin City Passngr...b 6: ara b 9 10 pm
Bioux City Passenger.. .a 8 00 pm all 20 am
...b 6:46 pm b 9:10 am
Emerson Local ....
Local via Weeping
Falls City Local ..
...e am o 6:60 pro
..a 8:08 am a 660 pm
.a s-.sv pm mil .M pm
a Daily, o I'tur except Biinaay. a I'any
except Saturday, o Sunday only. Daily
ClgintlCf Elegant, Fast Leviathans
teic 2?orKr-Varli 6 Vayj
LA PROVINCE, new twin screw flyer, passen
ger tlevator, gymnasium, roof cafe. This snd the
other Twin screw Steamers hav dally newspap
ers, orchestra, wireleaa avatem and many other
iunovatioQSoa board, both fur safety and comfort
La Provenee, sUrth M La Solt. April 11
La Lnrraiaa. April 4 La Totiratna, Asrll 11
La Krusna, April 4 La Caacognt, April M
SPECIAL-Extrs departures. Express Steam
era. Use of entire steamer at cheap second class
Naval officers' man-of-war discipline. Com
pany s veatibuled trains, Havre-Paris, H hours,
where convenient connections are made for
all points on tha Contiaeat.
For plana, reeemtiooa and full lufonnatioa
all on, telephone, or write la
ftwrr n. Moorat, Mot Parasm S4.
1 B. karaolda. 1101 raraam St.
Louis Nt.M Mitt
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press stasmcrs, Empress of Britain and
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Comfort, elegance and safety. Send for
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C. B. r MIAMI. Oaa. Aft, Seal aV dark
vxeet, vuvage. au.
Chicago txpisms a a w pm a s at pni
Chicago kiyer ae.ipm 1 1:4 pm
Iowa Local a :15 ara al9:63 pm
ti, t.ula Exnrees a 4:46 pm all:ii am
from the University of Nebraska to spend
the Easter vacation with her parents.
Miss Nancy. Unttln will leave soon for
Philadelphia, to be the guest of her brother.
Miss Anna Pourke, who la attending
school at Radcllffe college, has had to be
absent from school on acoount of Illness,
and during the time has been guest of
friends In ths east.
SAFE ROBBERY STILL DARK
Officers of Metropolitan Oat from New
York and No Cine Is
With still no sign of sny arrests In tht
case, detectives continued their wnrk on
the robbery of the safe In the Metropolitan
Life Insurance company offices, 414-416 New
York Life building. Thursday morning, and,
so far as given out, are no nearer a solu
tion than at the beginning of the search.
The only development of Thursday wal
the arrival of a representative of the hom4
office at New Tork City, who spent much
of the morning In consultation with Super
Intendent J. E. Roark of the local office.
Three persons are supposed to know the
combination of the office safe, and, cer
tainly, it Is pointed out, no more than that
number could have known that Miss Hayes,
the cashier, had neglected to go to the
bank Monday and therefore had a larger
sum -to keep In the safe than usual. Yet
the office waa entered on that particular
night, the combination of the safe worked.
the Inner strongbox opened with a key,
which how the robber got Is a mystery,
the money, amounting to more than $1,000,
taken, and still after three days the men
at work on the case confess to have na
more Information upon which to base an
arrest than If a hundred persons had been
acquainted with the details of the office.
Mr. Roark hns been In the branch offices
of the company as superintendent .for about
nine months, coming here from Bedalla,
Mo., previous to which time 8. J. Murphy
occupied the position. There has been but
one other recent change In the personnel
of the three members of the business offlci
ARTESIAN WELL ACCEPTED
Water Rnpply for Y. M. C. A. Will
Come from Eleven Hundred
Final tests of the artesian well for th
Young Men's Christian association . were
made Thursday morning In the presence of
Secretary B. C. Wade and the constructing
engineers, and the well hag been accepted.
A level of 1,132 feet waa reached before trie
flow of water proved satisfactory and a
six-Inch pipe sunk to that level.
The tests Thursday morning proved the
supply will be more than ample In quantity
and the water Is unusually clear at a tem
perature of about 62 degrees. A chemical
analysis has not yet been made of the
water, but It has no mineral or other odor
snd Is believed to be of the purest quality.
On account of the high ground upon
which the well and new association build
ing Is situated, a surface flow could not be
obtained from the well, but the water la
only about thirty feet below the surface
and will be raised by a compressed air
pump of low pressure.
The derricks and driving machinery
which have been used In making the well
will be removed Immediately and an en
gineer has arrived In Omaha, who will
begin work on constructing the new air
pump as soon a the driving; machinery Is
CITY SUES THE CONTRACTORS
Brings Action to Recover Damages
Snsttalned from Walk They
The' city of ' Omaha filed suit In the dis
trict court Thursday against William J.
Yancy and James P. Redman of the firm
of Yanoy A Redman, asking 85,816 damages.
The suit Is an amended petition. A de
murer of the defendants to the original
petition was - sustained and the presenl
The defendants took a contract In 180f
to build sidewalks for the city and gavt
a bond for $6,000. Liiiie Wright was In
jured by falling Into an excavation made
by the defendants In constructing a walk at
Fifteenth, and Spring street. She sued ths
city for $20,000 and secured $5,000, which
the city paid. The amount asked now la
to reimburse the city for that paid out,
BOYS PROVE TRUE TO TRUST
Twenty-Four Sent to Kearney s)a
Honor Turn t"p at Indne- '
Superintendent D. F. Hayward of ths.
State Industrial school at Kearney hat
been visiting in Omaha for a day, "Just
before I came away," remarked Mr. Hay
ward, "I noted that during the last year
umana on tneir own responsimmy ana
every mother's son reported at tha school.
This plan of putting the boys on their
honor haa worked in an admirable manner,
Before they are started they are told they
have the opportunity of running away en
route If they choose, but somehow whoa
you place confidence In a boy even a sss
called bad hoy the rule is he will not be-
tray that confidence."
HOLLMOTZ IS OUT ON BOND
Young; Husband Accused of Kllllaaj
Firstborn Stoutly Aided to
Liberty by Wife.
Anton Hollmots, the Florence man ao
cused of first degree murder for the suffo
cation of his first-born child, was released
(Tom the county Jail Thursday under a bond
of $1,000. The bond had been fixed at $3,00t
by County Judge Leslie after Hollmoti's
preliminary hearing and he haa been In the
county Jail. The efforts of his young wlf4
were untiring to secure hie liberty. Though
suffering greatly from physical Illness, sh
waa at the office of Judge . Blobaugh, hei
husband's counsel, nearly every day In the
Interest of Hollmots's release. Thursday
the bond was reduced to 81.000 and tht
prisoner waa allowed to go with his wife.
Miaaoarl Business Houses.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., March tS.-FIre at Sa
vannah, Mo., thla morning destroyed two
stores and damaged a lumber yard; loss,
$i0,000. The blase was In the center of the
north slds of the public square. Savannah
haa no fire department and- 800 citlxeng
fought the flames with buckets, saving the
town from destruction. A Ira company
from Bt. Joseph was dispatched by special
NEW YORK. March 8,-A cable dispatch
received here today from Manila reports
that Stevenson A Co.' warehouse there,
containing 16,000 bales of Manila hemp, waa
burned today. The loss Is estimated at
Fatal Wreck la Mississippi.
YAZOO CITY, Miss., March 28.-A north
bouryl -vsenger train on the Yasoo Valley
A sslppl railroad waa wrecked near
lie- it night. Jay Know lea, one of the
oldt. employes of the road, was killed
end Lorae ogro passe users wsrs Ir yndh
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