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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: "WEDNESDAY, ATRIL 3, 1907.
OFFERED, FOR SALE
Planes, OrgHt, Muateat Instruments.
THE smallest piano In the west st the
( hlcao Furniture Co. We also have the
highest grade second hand furniture st
small prices. 1411 Dodxe St. Tel. DoukIss
48KT. (1 MTX1 AW
PIANO, mahogany case. In excellent ren
dition, cost liM, for sale st $iro. 4M a.
44th St. 'Phone Douglas 32n6. U6 M&$
FOR BALK A good
piano, at a sacrtllce.
Apply 2413 lHmll-
BTF-OFR PJANO-CHEAP FOR CASH. $1$
M CAUL'E HLDO. (li)-M639 A7
TWO OBQANS-ONK $5,
one r tu
il6 Mt37 A7
SACRIFICE-FINE UPRIGHT PIANO.
$126. Owner leaving Cit jr. 118 Davennort.
FOR PEST value possible In high grade
planoa, high grade tuning and repairing,
tec Bush k Grrts Piano Co., 609 W. O. VV.
Bldg. Tel. Doug. 41374.- (16l M7T7 A30
our piano factory the only one In Ne
braska. SCHMOLLER &
. 1311 and 1313 Farnam St.
Telephone Douglaa 1625.
Tt Pea-rltera and Machines.
ONE Remington typewriter. No. 6, In rood
condition, lor aala cheap. Call at Bes
offloa. aa US
STOP 1 1
And take notice of our special lint of
lightly used planoa and organs. Everyone
fully guaranteed ant! a genuine bargain.
76o to $1 per week will bring one to your
Kimball, rosewood case I 76
Arlon. cottage upright 100
Chlckerlng A Hons, rosewood caae 125
Singer, mahogany caae ISO
Opera Piano, oak caae 175
Vose A Bona, cabinet grand SO
$700 Stelnway A Bona, only 8.0
Square planoa and organs, all makes, $15,
$26 arid Up.
Call or write for complete bargain list.
We move., store, tuna and repair pianos, in
WE EXCHANGE GOODS .
REFUND TOUR MONEY
WE DON'T LOOK CROSS
It our goods are not aa represented.
"' We sold a great many typewriters out
cf the $2,000 shipment we received from
the eaat last week, but there are still a
great many left to select from, and our
prices will be just as low for the coming
week as they were the past week.
The machines are all rebuilt, are Just as
good aa ever and are gas-ran teed for one
VE RENT ALL MAKES
AT $2.50 MONTHLY. .
and allow the rental to apply If you decide
. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR
YOUR MONEY BACK. . ,
' - X TYPEWRITER
UM Far nam fit, Omaha, Neb.
V'""" s"s, ' v-
SECOND-HAND AUTOMOBILES. "
1908 Thomas Flyer, 40-H.-P., full equipments
cost $3,750, now $1,800. . .
T90& Pope Toledo, Type T, top and full
equipment; coat $S,7tiO, now $1,900.
I llfu, used 60 miles; eost $1,286, now $1,000,
.Uv6 Reo, top and full equipment; coat $1,860,
1904 White Steamer; coat $2,600, now $700.
lti Ford. 18-H.-P.; cost $1,150, now $700.
Pope-Waverly Electric runabouts, $400 up.
DERIGHT AUTOMOBILE COMPANY,
1818 Farnam St.
SKND us your nar. orders for drugs;
freight raid on $10 lots. Myers-Dillon
1 Drug Co.. Omaha. (1) 947
LAUNCH FOR BALE A 16-foot "SDeclal"
ateel launch, with 1-horse gasoline motor
and tilting canopy top, cushions and lasy-
backs, seats cmsswaya, sax to eight pa
sengers,' draught 12 Inches, speed 6 to 8
' miles; used only tnree months; all re-
. I r. t a 4 mnA rtvnrh.nl n-.mt t9RA. will
sell for $175, cash, at once; hurry. Sviite
for photo, w. ii. Kegner, 123 W. 6th St.,
i or a, iveo. (ib) mlt. sx
HALL'S aafes new, Sd-haod, lilt Famanw
FEW bargains In M-hand soda fountains;
montoiy payments, juerignt, vsit Karnam.
. Ult 4B
FOR SALE Two seta of blacksmlta
' tools. Including 5-h p. 'Weber gasoline
engine, shafting and pulleys; one set
01 woodwork tools snd stock. c. c,
, Armstrong, 62$ 4th St., Council Bluffs,
J a. (16) M121 x
OAS AND ELECTRIC
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
We fumtah estimates. If you are going
-to ouiid, write for catalogue. '
" BURQESS-QRANDEN CO.,
Ill 8. 15th. . 'Phone Doug 681.
FOR 8AlE Two National cash rerlstera.
' one total adder; also nice line of store
nxiures. uiooe uwa ana investment Ci
x tuinun uiuvk. (1B SvS
FOR SALBJ-Collectlon of fine old violins.
Inn ii n L - . V n mvtjt 'C.tiA ir.-n '
? ' . . V UJIUM
(16) M781 A 10
BHERwrN WILLIAMS CO.. best mlxtd
- paint, biierman tt aaov.-oaneu urug Co.
GARDEN and field seeds, fruit packaaea
bee keepers' supplies. Younkermaa Bead
-o., Louacu tJiurra. la. (1 ia
MILLET SEED. A. W. Wagner. 801 N. ltith.
CHOICE CURRANT PtANTS for sale, a
Bmith, 3108 Corby Bt. (16) 10U Ml
A CLEAN $6,000 stock of general mer-
. cnanoiae at ft cents on the dollar; fine
, location; will bate cloaest Inspection;
owner moving away. -Address Y K care
uuiaua jaee. (16) 671
COAL Good burning; 2 baskets $6c; $ for $1,
delivered. Rosenblatt, phone Doug. 412.
THREE second-hand tool chests snd $
coaster brake bicycles. -cheap. Sue N. ltith
Bt- (16-2$ ASx
LOT machines, all kinds: also silver plat
ing and picture machinaa. Jarl, 712 8. loth.
ONE Bartholomew peanut roaster; good
as new; will aell for half price If sold
Immediately. Write owner. Box 64, Scotia,
Neb. (16 674 6x
FOR SALE Jewel gasoline stove: boy's
wheel, neerly new; early Ohio seed po
tatoes. Inquire 2677 Manderson.
' (1& M876 At
8NAP Rldpath s History of the World,
Encyclopaedia Brltannlca,' International
F ncy-loijalia; small monthly payments.
Weoeter'B Unabridged $10 Dcttonvry, full
leather, only $3 26. B. B- Roi.erts. 641
Paxtou Bldg., Omaha. (lfi M814 A 10
MFN 8 Rambler and boys' Ideal bicycles;
cltsvan's rltle. Winchester shotgun and
complete hunting suit, very cheap. Dlers,
i4 Webster (16 Mffll 6x
TREES, shrubs, rosea. Haxel Hell Nur
sery. tun aud Pkukney. Tel. Web v
Qfl) 111 Ml
D. O. BABNTLU patent attorney and ma
china designer, lax ton IHlc Tel. Kd TUT.
I17 1H1 All
Larson ft Co.. book free. Be Ride
CITY PTBAM LAUNDRY Shirt pi-eased,
not Ironed. 811 B. Utn St. TL Doug. r&4.
BEWING machines rented, any mnke. 7rl
per week or $100 par month. Second
hand machines fot aale, 16 00 and no.
Neb. Cycla Co., lith and Harney
8TRINGE8. rubber goods, by mailt, aut
prices; eend for free catalogue. Myers
Dillon Drug Co., Omaha. OS)
Delng and Cleaning, sponging and shrink
ing, only 6o per yard. Band fur price Hat
GOLDMAN PLEATING CO.,
40 Douglag Block. Tel. Douglas 1931
. . US) 957
PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOMK-Mn.
Dr. King, tUlS N. Hat St. TeL Doug. 8T69.
f ARM AflF.8wwllh movement. 410 N.
Lai30-a-urj16th. room t, second floor.
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits cast oft
. clothing; In fact, anything you do not
need; we collect, repair and sell, at 114 N.
lith St., for cost of Collecting, t5 the
worthy poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 41SS and
wagon will call. (U0 ill
,rtment and bath. Mm
smith, Ut N. lfith, td Door.
ARE you going to New York? I can sare
you 20 per cent on your hotel bill at a first
class downtown hotel. Address N-S6S, Bee.
FOR anything In the sewing machine line
go to V. &. Flodman A Co., 1E14 Cap. Ave.
(18) 246 All
OMAHA Stammerers' Institute. Ramus
Bldg. . 08)-4bt
JOHN CANE 18 IN TOWNI
Now Is the time to trim trees, trellises and
grape vines; also landscape gardening.
Tel. Red 6466. Res. 1101 8. 26th Ave.
(18) M 408 AM
PAINFUL burns, any sore or ekln. hurt
quickly healed by Batln Skin Cream. 25o.
PENNELL Millinery Co., 823 N. 16th St
(18)-67S June 28
CITY PROPERTY FOR 8 A LB,
In Florence Heights
We are offering this desirable
aurburban property, which la
located about 7 blocks N. W.
from the end of the street car
line In Florence, In tracts of
from $ to 10 acres, at prices
ranging from $240 to $300 per
acre, according to location.
Florence Heights la. S-nr Ideal
place for suburban homes,
oommondlng a magnificent
view of the river, lakes, cities
and surrounding country, and
affords Its cltlsens the advan
tage of a SO street car fare to
and from Omaha, electric light,
telephone . 'service to Oman
without extra charge, excellent
school, 9 grades, and free de
livery of goods from Florence
Call at our office and get
plats showing . prices and de- '
tailed Information, .regarding
-thia property and then look at' ':
it at onoe, as several of the
best sites are still unsold.
Terms, cash, balance at "
6 per cent. . ;
GEORGE A. CO., 1601 FARNAM ST.,
' G)-108 S
FOR RENT OR SALE 7-room house, large,
airv rooms, xreamy uaiierea. just cieanea.
strictly modern, hot water heat. Call In
forenoon ana iook it over. J. c Howe,
2ul 4 it si., ooutn umana. u) xa
Sis rooms and bath, modern
except furnace, : lot 6uxl27,
south front, lawn, shade an
fruit trees. 2634 Caldwell. .
tO A.00 Eight rooms, modern except
t"lTUU furnace, paved street, all paid.
on car line, barn, rented for
ajo. . kit Cuming St.
Mne rooms, modern, cherry,
apple, plum and Dear tree
chicken house and park, two
Dama, two Dlocks from oar
line; east rront, two lots.
17th and Farnam.
(19) M989 I
-room dwelling, 2421 Spencer,
near car and school, modern
except furnace, nearly new, .
terms easy; owner-Uvea there; "'
ask to see the property.
West Farnam home, 3Hth and
Dodge, modern, permanent Im
provements. See us about It.
Fine corner lot. 88th and
Dewey Ave., $1,600.
R. H. LANDERYOU
Tel. Douglas 2161. Board of Trade.
(19) M127 4
Good Home Cheao
$4.(0A for Tl 8. 25th Ave., well
built 8-room modern house, ex
cellent condition throughout,
oak finish - first - floor, large
kitchen, up-to-date In every re
spect, built for a home, nearly
new, only H block from street
car and ten minutes' walk -from
16th and Howard Sts.
Owner offered $46 per month
rent. See it at once, but do not
bother occupants without ar
ranging with us.
GEORGE tt CO.," 1501 FARNAM BT.
09) 107 4
FIVE LOTS IN ONE
BUY AN ACRE, $300
Close to town, a few minutes' walk from
street car, west cf Fort Omaha, near 86th
street; sHendld location for gardens or
homes. Only a few lots, but you can buy
one aa acre-i-for 6ou0; pay $50 down, $10 pur
W. T. GRAHAM, 604 BEB BLDG.
. ANOTHER BARGAIN
We have sold the N. E. corner of 20th
and Manderson Bta, and now offer the 8.
U. corner, 149 feet on Mauderson, 80 feet on
20th Bt Boulevard and 80 feet on It in Bt,
only $1,600, Just the piaca to build 4 bouses.
J. H. DUMONT & SON,
' 9U6-4 N. T. Ufa Bldg
CITY FROPFRTY fOH ALB
Big Snap for Quick Sale
IOt on JRth and Blonrto, east f'ont, T7
1H. $750. Also lota fronting north and
south on Rlondo, between ?6th and 27th, 1 10
per front foot. Thone Douglaa MS.
BEM18, Paxton Bloc.
8-room modern house: furnace; good
walks: paved street; Walnut Hill; $2,600;
-room all modern house; rood repair. 8418
Franklin street. Price, $2,360; $&0 cash,
T-room house, full lot, paved .street, $1,500;
$J00 cash, balance monthly,
J. H. PARROTTE.
(19 M07 A
FOR BADE Two modern bouses and large
barn, one block north of Hanacom park;
paved street, eaat front, lot 7RxlM. East
ern owner will sell at a bargain.
Room 1 N. I, U Bldg
17th AND CHICAGO
The northwest corner, 6ixl32,
with 10 room, all modern
house, steam heat; barn; good
location for apartment house
or stores. Price $11,500.
The Byron Reed Co.
Phone Doug. 297.
ill 8. 14th.
(19) M3SS 4
FOUR-ROOM house for sale or trade for
or 7-room bouae. Inquire 1621 No. 34th St.
(19)-M7t8 A 6x
FARNAM ST. PROPERTY
Full-slsed business lot, 66x132 to twenty-
foot alley, on north side Farnam, east of
$4th; 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 $21,000.
Harrison & Morton
CH AS. WillinmBnTi Pn U. S. Bk. Bldg
H. . . 1st Floor.
wants a full south front lot on
Burt near 17th, 66x132, paved
street, for $3,200.
The Byron Reed Co.
Phone Doug. 297.
2U S. 14th.
(19) M982 4
FARM AMR RANCH 4.ANUS FOR (ALB
240-acre farm, well Improved and only two
mnee irom good lows town; smoothly
rolling land; half In tame grass. $76 per
acre; encumbrance $8,000. Will trade
equity for clear city property, or stock
160 scree finest kind of bottom land: no
overnow; two mtea irom town or z,os
people; every acre uiiaDie; no Duuaings.
176 per acre; encumbrance $6,000. Will
trade equity for clear city property or
small stock of goods; or will tiade both
of these . farms together for goods or
ciear cuy property,
Write for full particulars.
LOVK 4k ORIMKS, WOODBINE. IOWA.
C40) M82S A4
HOMESEEKERS! Be careful. Locate
right. Inveettgate our famous artesian
Valley. Sure crops, matchless climate.
"Let us Write you. Miller eV James, Meade,
MEXICAN HACIENDA 125,000 acres; ave
railroad stations on property; produces
annually $120,000 worth of corn, besides
tobacco, jenlquen and sugar cane; 4,800
feet above sea level; land absolutely
frostless; store privilege rents for $16,000
per annum; the greatest proposition;
price $4 per acre. gold. Charles B.
, Ban Antonio, Tex.
193-ACRE farm In Howard county, Mo., to
exenange jor rental properly. M. M
Chenowlth. 641 S. 25th Ave. 30 0&3 8x
WRITE Townsend Realty Co.. Fremont.
Neb. Farms and lands for sale or trade
lor Clear town property or merchandise.
(20) MJbO A26X
IMPROVED farms In sastern Nebraska
Barpy and Douglas counties.; B. J. Over-
-wu, urama, nwo. iiui a&5iB
FOR SALE 640 acrea of Improved farming
ana in Banner county, rveoraska. Terms
V per acre; i.aoo cash, balance nine an
nual payments: per cent Interest.
W. It BOUSFIELD. AUBURN, NEB.
. . (20) M8b9 6X
FOR SALE 160 acres land ten miles north
of Sidney, Neb., Cheyenne county. Farms
. all under cultivation In vicinity: three
miles Dalton station, on Burlington. $8.00
per acre. Address Mrs. F. A. Elms. Man.
Chester, Wash. - (30) M9M. 8x
FOR BALE) 7 quarter sections of land In
Bruwn county, ti. D. ; will sell together
or separately, uoutn Dakota-western
Land Co., 207-8 Toy Bldg., Sioux City. Is,
(W M446 A4
Go to Texas and see wheat and alfalfa
equal to the best. Sixty cars of landseekers
passed through Kansas City In one day.
As I lie croDS grow laraer tha crlcea ad
vance. Owners are expecting a big Increase
m May as reports irom all over the country
show that such a rush of landaeekera as
was never known will be seen at that time.
Join our next big excursion April 16th and
buy early and reap the benefit. Call or
write for facta about this country becoming
uuivu i or us iirouururvneM ana neaiinrui
climate. We are exclusive sgents for large
tracts in uauaro ana snerman counties,
the choicest in the panhandle. Aaent
wanted In every countv in Nebraska and
waatern Iowa. Write for term a. UUmore
Real Estate Co.. 1419 Douglaa St- Phone
Doug lis s44, umana, jxeo.
TEXAS AND NEW MEXICO LAND.
Have aome rate bargains In Texas and
New Mexico land, V to $7.60 an aero.
Go and see for yourself; low railroad
rttes. ror particulars aaaresa.
ROBERT C. DRUESKDOW,
09 Nsw York Life Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
MAKE Inquiry concerning Big Horn Basin
cheap irrigated lands.
The Stewart Leavenworth Co.(
619 N. Y. Life. Bldg. '
Telephone Douglas 6j60. Omaha.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Faraa aa4 lUaik La a.
FOR RENTV-a-acre tract of land la Ben
son (without house), suitable for garden
Ing or raising potatoes. Will rent, till
January l. u. lor I takan lumiedl
ateiy. Address a, we, care ttee.
Oli 468 z
FARM FO RENT.
Splendid farm, all acres, for rent, six miles
from umana; posaesaion given at once.
Apply to H. ti. Surgeon, 440 Board of Trad
li.dg., Omaha, Nab. Tel. Douglas 1610.
14s ACRES ons mils north of Florence.
Three-room house, well, windmill, water
n Mouse, large barn... About eu acres un
der cultivation. Also good pasture.
Menial, -: per annum.
N. P. DODUU CO- mi FARNAM BT.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
FOR RENT- ACRES OP FARM tAND,
WITH HOL8K, BARN AND FMAl.L.
PASTl'B K, ABOUT ONE MILE SOUTH
THE PUTNAM CO.. 604 N. T. LIFE BT DO.
IMPROVED farm for rent, 330 acrea, five
mllee from Ooodland, Sherman coiinty,
Kanaaa; nice, amooth, level land, best of
soil, all under fence, good two-story
7-room house, good barns and other out
buildings, two wind mills, nice orchard.
90 acrea under cultivation. Owner wants
one-third crop and 9P0 for the pasture.
K3 New York Life Bldg.,
(21) M134 g
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and real-
oence property In Omaha; lowest rates;
no delay. Thomas Brennan, Room L N.
T. Life. iU)m
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Paxton Block.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
PRIVATE MONET-F. D. Wead. 1570 Doug.
$400. $1.00 and $1,600 to loan at 6 per cent;
also oiner amounts; no delay. . u. l art
berg. 911 N. Y. Life Bldg. (22) M938 6
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam. I and 6V
per cent loans on real estate; no delay.
WANTED City loans and warants. W.
arnam Smith & Co., 1$20 Farnam Bt.
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Paxton Block.
WANTED City loans. R. c. Peters A CoM
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H.
i nomas, coo rirst ivationai tJann Ming.
BUILDING loans on residence property; $
per cent. w. ts. Meikle, Ramge Blk.
UNION LOAN A INVEST. CO. I 3)0 Bee
IOnna on Real Estate Rids.
at 4H and 6 per cent. 'Phone Doug 2904.
(2Z) B4 A JO
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy, second-hand furniture.
cook ana nesting stoves, carpets, linole
ums, office furniture, old clothes and
shoes, pianos, feathers, bed pillows, quilts
and all kinds of tools; or will buy the fur
nlturo of your house complete. Will buy
antique or mahogany furniture. The high
est pries paid. Call tha right man. TeL
Doug. 8S7L (26)-660 AM
CASH for old books. Stacy, 816 8. 18th.
CASK paid for old books. Crsne-Foys Co.,
in t. 141 n. Phone Douglas 18ZL
I WANT to buy a barber shop. Give full
particulars in nrst letter. Address J-9X3.
care Bee. (25)-M467 A3
WANTED TO BUY-FOur or five work
norses, weight about 1.200 lbs. J. I.
Kemp, 2613 Leavenworth St. 'Phone
Douglas 988. (26) 607 Ap3
WANTED, TO BUY Horse and Concord
buggy; will pay cash and part groceries
for same. Address N 10, Bee.
WANTED, to buy, driving horse, sound.
city Drone. Tel. Douglas 1129 or Red 7F24.
(25) M641 A4x
WANTED Good family
'Phone Harney 2015.
WANTED Second-hand gasoline engine. 8
to e-norse power; also oounie acting
piunger pump, inquire faui Myer, rciec-
WANTED TO RENT
6-ROOM modern cottage, by man and wlfo.
Aaaresa f 80, Bee. (26) M993 6x
WANTED 6 or 6-room house; not parties
lar aoout aiBtance. Address c 34, Bee.
() M13S 9
POSITION as cashier by young lady of
- experience. .Address f yzs, care Bee.
WANTED-Employment evenings. E 2. Bee.
TOUNO man with seven years' experience
In clerical and stenographic work, good
correspondent, seeks position In whole
sale nouae, where energy and ability will
be appreciated; capable of handling cor
respondence jn collection and credit de
partments; now employed as steno
grapher; first class references. Address
A 82. Ree. tm .ri? k
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF
Agriculture. Washington, D. C, March
16, 1907. Notice Is hereby given
that the secretary of agriculture naa,
under authority conferred by law, Issued
regulations 1 to 46, Inclusive, . supersed
ing the regulations of the secretary cf
agriculture, governing the Inspection,
disinfection, certification. treatment.
handling and method and manner of de
livery and shipment of live stock whi-h
Is the subject of Interstate commerce,
bearing date of May 1. 1906. and effective
June 1, 1905, as amended. The new reg
ulations, dated March 22, 1907, and des
ignated as B. A. I. Oril-F Mr, 113
become effective on and after April 15.
1907. Notice Is also given that the sec
retary of agriculture has, under author
ity conferred by law. Issued rule i, re
vision 1. dated March 22. 1907, to pre-
"- jr- ui scaoies in cattle,
This revised rule la daalirnatari n a t
Order No. 145, and will become effective
on ami aner April ID, 1907. Notice Is
-.mu intn mat me secretary of agrlc.il
-, uuu-r auuiuruy conrerred by
law. Issued rule 8, revision 1. dated
? ' to Prvent the spread of
-o- ""-p mis revised rule Is
designated aa B. A. I. Order Mo wi -i
r,111.?00"1?. ff'Ptive on and after April
i l!01i T'".?' nw regulations
(B. A. I. Order No. 143) and of rule 2.
revision I. IB. A. I. Order No. 146) snd
?." ' lVl'l?n. 1'B A- r- Order No.
149) may be obtained from the chief of
t" bureau of animal Industry, whose
nuicn- wasmngiou, u. C JAMn"4
WILSON. Secretarv of ArnV...T;..-'AAJlJ:3
PROPOSAIJS FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES
Department of the Interior, Office of In
dian Affaire. Washington, D. C. February
IS, 1907. Sealed propoaala, plainly marked
on the outside of the envelope, ,rProposais
for Rubber Goods, Boots and Shoes " etc
as the case may be. and addressed to the
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washing.
l?' D C: -w"! Jclved at the Indian
office until I o'clock p. m. of Thursday,
April 11, 1907. and then opened, for furnish-'
Ing the Indian service with rubber goods
boota nd shoes, hardware and medicai
supplies. Sealed propoaala. plalnlv marked
on the outside of the envelope, "Propoaala
for Enameled Ware, Furniture," etc as
ths case may be, and addressed to' the
'Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washing,
ton. D. C." will be received at tl.e Indian
office until t o clock p. m. of Tuesday
April 16, 1907. and then opened, for furnish
ing the Indian service with enameled ware
lamps, furniture, bedding, stoves agricul
tural Implements, palms, oils, glass tin.
ware, wagons, harness, leather, shoe' find
ings, saddlery, etc., school supplies, and a
long list of miscellaneous articles. Blda
must be made out on government blanks
?cht!i" ",v.,nrml n-""y Information
for bidders will be furnished on application
to the Indian office. Washington. D C
the U. 8. Indian warehouses at New Yor'lr
City. Chicago. III.; St. Iula, Mo and
Omaha, Neb. The department reserves the
right to reject sny and all bids, or any nart
of any bid. F. E. LEl'PP. Commls.ione"
All persons havlna claims (other than
loss claims upon policies of Insurance)
against German National Insurance Com
pany of Chicago, Illinois, are hereby notl
Dad that by an order entered by the cir
cuit court of Cook county, Illinois, on
January 11. A. D. 1907, all claims against
said insurance company (othr than loss
claims upon policies of Insurance) must b
filed with the undersigned In Chicago,
Illinois, under oath In the forma prescribed
by said court within six (t) months from
said January 11, 1907, and that all such
claims not so filed will be disallowed and
forever barred from participating In the
distribution of ths assets of aald 0rmaa
National Insurance Company.
STATE BANK OF CHICAOO.
Receiver of German National Insurance
Company of Chicago, Illinois.
JUL AH, WII.I.A hl) WuLF.
Solicitors lor Iteieivcr.
rROPOSAI FOR BEEF, CORN, ORO
cerles. etc. Department of the Interior,
Office of Indian Art a Ira. Weahlngton, D. C,
March 6. 19u7. Sealed propoaala, plainly
marked on the outside of the envelope,
"Proposals for Beef, Corn," etc., ss the
case may be, and addresa to the "Commls
toner of Indian Affairs. Wanning ton. !.
C," will be received at the Indian office
until I o'clock p. m. of Tuesday. April 23,
17, and then opened, for furnlsh;ng the
Indian service with rolled barley, beef,
mutton, corn. salt, coffee, aucar. tea, soap,
baking powder and other groceries. Bids
must be made out on government blanka.
Pc.hedulea giving all necessary Information
for biddera will be furnished on application
to the Indian office, Washington, 1. C: the
U. S. Indian warehouaea at New York
City, Chicago, III.; Pt. Louis, Mo.; Omaha,
Neb., and San Francisco, Cal. ; the Commis
sary of Kubalstence, V. 8. A., at Cheyenne,
Wyo. ; the Quartermaster. V. S. A., Heattle,
Wash., and tha nostmnstera at Tucson,
Portland, Spokane and Tacoma. The De
partment roaervea the right to reject any
and all blda or any part of
ny diu. r . a.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
IJflOS STATION TKJtTH AND MARCV
Overland Limited a 9:56 am a 8:18 pm
The "lilna and Japan
Fast Mall a 4:18 pm a 6:10 pm
Colo. & Calif. Ex a 4-15 rn 9 80 pm
Callfornln a Ore. Ex. ..a 4:26 pm a 6:10 pm
I.oa Angeles Limited. .. .al2:06 pm S10:4S pm
Fast Mall a 1:56 am a 6:00 pm
Colorado Special a 7:46 am ft 7:44 am
North Platte Local a 8 10 am a 4:60 pm
Beatrice Local b 8:00 pm bl2:46 pm
Chicago, Hock lalaad Paelle.
Chicago Limited a 8:16 am a 7:10 am
Iowa Local a 7:00 am a 4:U pm
Chicago Mall a 8:45 pm
Iowa Local bl2:i pm b 8:65 pm
Chicago (Eastern Ex). ..a 6:05 pm a 1:35 pm
Chicago (Iowa Lmtd V .a 8:36 pm al2:26 pm
Rocky Mountain Lmtd.. a 7:20 am a 8:05 am
Colo. A Cat Kxnrean ..a 1:60 cm a 4:60 pm
Okl. & Texas Express.. a 4:40 pm al2:06 pm
Lincoln, Falrbury and
Bellevue a :) pm aiv-.iu am
St. Louis Express.. a 8 S0 pm a 8:30 am
St. Louis Local (from
Council Bluffs) a 9:16 am aio:3U pm
Stanberry Local (from
council Blurrs) o :w pm ou.ou
Chlcaaro Great Western.
Bt. Paul A Minneapolis.. 8:30 pm 7:19 am
St. Paul Minneapolis.. T 46 am 11:50 pm
Chicago Limited 6 40 pm 9:00 am
Chicago Express 7:40 am 11:60 pm
Chicago Express 8:30 pm 8:80 pm
Cedar Rapids Pass
a 7:05 am a 6:08 pm
a 7:60 am a 10:00 pm
Twin City Express..
...a 8:00 am all:15 pm
...all 30 am a 8:46 pm
...a 8:60 pm a 9:36 am
...a 4:32 pm a 9:60 am
a 8:46 pm
..a 6:60 pm a 7:30 rr
, a 8:00 pm
...a 8 P3 pm a 8:80 am
...a 8.28 pm a 7:05 am
...a 8:38 pm a 9:81 am
...a 7:40 am al0:35 am
,...b7:40am al0;35 am
...a 3:00 pm a 6:06 pm
,...a 3:00 pm a 6:06 pm
...b 3:00 pm b 6:05 pm
...b 6:02 pm bl2:60 pm
Sioux City Local
Sioux City Local ....
Chicago Express ...
Fast Mall ,
Twin City Limited..
K. C. & St. L. Bxpreew.a 9:00 am a 8:30 am
K. C. & St. L- Elxpress,all:15 pm a 6:26 pm
Nebraska Local a :0O pm all :40 am
Des Molnea Local a 4:15 pm
Chicago Express .a 8:00 am a 8:46 pm
Minn. & St. Paul ....D :") am a a.ia pm
Chicago Limited a 6:00 pm a 7:30 am
Minn. Sc St. Paul Ltd... a 8:80 pm a 7:30 am
Chicago, Milwaukee at Bt. Pnnl.
Chi. and Oolo. Special. .a 7:66 am a 7:30 am
California and Ore. Ex.a 5:46 pm a :i pin
Overland Limited a 8:86 pm a 8;30 am
Des Moines & Cedar
Rapid iocal ,.o .v am on pm
BURL INGTOJf STATION 14TH Jt MASON
Denver tt California
Northweat Special ..
Northwest Express ..
Nebraska Express ...
Lincoln Fast Mall...
... a 4:10 pm a 8:80 pm
...a 4:10 pnr a 3:80 pm
,..a 4:10 pm a 8:30 pm
,..all:10 pm a 7:10 am
...a 910 am a 7:46 pm
,..a 8:00 am a 7:45 pm
a 9:05 am
...b 1:09 cm al2:01 pm
a 7:80 pm
Ft. Crook & Platum'th.b :50 pm bl0:25 am
Plattsmouth a70pm a ;:io am
Denver Limited a i.iuani
Bellevue A Pao. June. a 3:30 am a 1:60 pm
.a 7:26 am a 7:25 am
Ptr Louis Express...
Kansas Clty-Bt. Joe..
Kansas Clty-St. Joe..
Kansas Clty-St. Joe..
.a 8:46 nm a 3:66 pm
.a 8:05 pm a 7:26 pm
a 9:16 am al0:63 pm
.a 4:45 pm all:30 am
.al0:45 pm a 6:45 am
.a 9:15 am a 6.10 pm
.a 4:45 pm
WEBSTER STATION-lBth A WEBSTER
St. Paul, Minneapolis A
Twin City Passenger
Sioux City Paaaenger
..b 6:30 am b 9:10 pm
..a 2:00 pm all:20 am
..b 6:46 pm b 9:10 am
..c 8:46 am q 6:00 pm
Tvtcnl via WeeDlnx
W'ater a 8:06 am a 6:60 pm
F-nll Cltv Local a l:60 pm an:a pin
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, d Dally
except Saturday, c Sunday only, e Daily
Gigantic, Elegant, Fast Ltvlatha.is
Ats 2forKfari4 6 "Day
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other Twin Screw Steamers have daily newspap
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innovations on board, both for safety and comfort.
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Tesllbulsd trains, Harrs-Farls, 8U hours, wbare
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NOTES ON OMAHA SOCIETY
Flcwef kiisloa E'iei Good (cm from
Benefit Frldtr Ftrtr.
POST LENTEN SEASON OPENS JOYOUSLY
Kaaaeroes and Varied Informal Affairs
Crowded Monday d Extend
Threaa-h Week Invitations
Contlnno to Come.
The post-Lenten season opened Joyously
for the social set With a large bridge party
given at Chambers by the Emma Flower
mission. It was In every wsy a pro
nounced success and about $125 was real
ised. Thirty-two tables were used for the
game and the prises were awarded Mrs.
B. A. Benson snd her partner for the af
ternoon, Mrs. John 8. Dale, the first; Mrs.
Byron Smith and Mrs. Updike, the second,
snd Mrs. W. H. Clarke and Mrs. Dan
Baum, the third. Consolation prlxea were
awarded Mrs. Hsyden and Miss Ilayden.
Mr. and Mrs. James Love Paxton gave
n Orpheum party Monday evening In honor
of Mrs. George W. Brown of Portland.
Their guests were: Mrs. Brown, Mlas
Jeanne Wakefield, Miss Ella May Brown,
Mr. Hedrlck, Mr. Chat Shlverlek, Mr.
Stockton Heth, Mr. Joseph Baldndge and
Mr. Chat Redlck. The party afterwards
had supper at the Omaha club.
Mr. William R. Wood. Mr. Ward Palmer.
Mr. Sidney Smith, Mr. George Lair and
Df. Holllster gave a delightful dinner
party Monday evening at the Her Grand
hotel In honor of the Lemere-Van Oleson
wedding party. The table had attractive
decorations of hyacinths. Covers were laid
for Mrs. Henry C. Van Gleaon, Miss Louise
Van aierfon, Miss Fannie Howland, Miss
May Murphy, Miss Mlldted Merrlam. Miss
Edith Thomas, Miss Elisabeth Palmer, Mr.
Nathan Merrlam, Dr. Lemere, Mr. William
R Wood, Mr. George Lair, Mr. Ward
Palmer, Dr. Holllster and Mr. Sidney
Mrs. Thomas Landale gave s large ken-
slngton Monday afternoon In honor of Mrs.
George Ostrom, Mrs. LeClalr, Mrs. L. W.
Lavender and Mrs. M. Hill, who leave
shortly to make their residence elsewhere.
The rooms were fragrant with spring blos
soms and about fifty guests enjoyed this
' Club Meetings.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Burchmore enter.
talned the Wghum club Monday evening.
At the card game the prises were won by
Mr. Brown and Mr. J. B. Taylor. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. Voor
hees, Mr. and Mrs. McAdams, Dr. and
Mrs. Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Brown, Mr. and
Mrs. Coffeen, and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tay
lor. The next meeting will be held In two
weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Mrs. Isaac Coles was hostess this week
at the meeting of the Monday bridge club.
The Thurston Rifles will give a dancing
party Thursday evening April 11 at Cham
bers. Mrs. Charles M. Power will be hostess
Wednesday at the last meeting of the sea
son for the New Book Review club.
The society of Fine Arts Issued Invitations
for a reception to be given Friday In
honor of Mrs. H. W. Pennock at the home
of Mrs. George A. Joslyn. Mr. and Mrs.
Pennock will leave May 1 for their new
home In Portlknd, Ore.
The large reception which was to have
been given by Mrs. Frank 8. Owen Friday
afternoon and a second one the evening In
honor of the faculty of the Omaha Medical
college and the senior class has been
postponed one week, owing to the death of
Mr. A. B. Jaaulth.
Mrs. David A. Baum will glvs a bridge
party Monday afternoon.
The young womeq of St. Patrick parish
will entertain their friends Thursday at
Turner hall, Thirteenth and Dorcas streets.
Mlas Ella Mae Brown entertained In
formally at supper Sunday evening at the
Omaha club In honor of Mrs. George W.
Brown, guest of Miss Wakefield.
Mrs. Anns. Fries has returned from
Florida, where she spent the winter.
Miss Leach of Chicago Is the guest of
Mrs. Thomas Landale.
Mr. and Mrs. George Ostrora and Mrs.
LeClalr will leave April 26 for Portland,
Ore., where they will make their, future
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Lavender and Mrs.
M. Hill will leave soon for Rlverton, Wyo.,
where they will make their home.
Mrs. Ida M. Bmith of Lincoln Is the guest
of Mrs. B. A. Besslre.
Mrs. John L. Webster will leave about
the middle of April to Join Mrs. Webster
and Mist) Flora Webster In Cuba and they
will all return together.
Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Lord have gone to
Excelsior Springs for the benefit of Dr.
Mrs. A. H. Gould and Miss Gould have
been spending Easter week with Mrs.
George Gould and Mrs. N. C. Bmith.
' Mrs. St. A. D. Balcombe returned Sun
day from an extended stay In Ban Antonio,
Tex., and la at present with her daughter,
Mrs. W. B. Metkle.
WAGES OF FIVECENTS A YEAR
Terms on Which Colored Man Goes
to Penitentiary for High-
way ma a Job.
Five cents a year Is the pay Walter
Hodges will get for his term In the peni
tentiary. Walter Is a colored gentleman
who started In to be a bold, bad highway
man In Bouth Omaha last summer. Two
girls returning to their homes were his
first victims. They threw up their hands
at once before the mussle of his nickel
plated revolver and then Walter secured
his booty. One girl had a nickel and the
other a dime, which he confiscated, and
then bade them walk away without looking
back or screaming on pain of instant death
by a bullet from his trusty weapon.
Having executed this daring deed Walter
was sauntering along the street when he
was captured and cast Into prison. His
trial In the district court followed. He se.
cured a second trial on a technical error,
but was again found guilty and Judge
Troup sentenced him Tuesday morning to
three years In the penitentiary.
"Ah ain't goln' to try no moh robbery
business," said Walter ssdly as he was led
AGED COUPLE SETTLE CASE
Maa of Seventy Makes Money Com
promise with Woman of
Judge Button will bold court next week
In the district court for Washington
county, bur ths big rase which he expected
to hear has been settled. This was the
ease of Hannah Loosing against Henry
Monks for breach of promise. The plaintiff
la a widow of 68 years and the defendant
a widower of somewhat past the three
soore and ten. The plaintiff lives la Ar
lington and the defendant In Funtanelle.
According to the plaintiffs story, they met
and be wooed and won her. But man ts
ever inconstant and It seems he met some
other charmer and Mrs. Loosing lost her
attraction for him. Then followed the suit.
In which she asked $20,ono damages, which
Indeed be was quite able to pay. Us Is
reputed to be worth 81VX000.
Settlement was no one will aay.
Y. W. C. A. OVERFLOW BANQUET
Covers Laid for Three Hundred and
April Fool Spirit nominates
Pro a ram.
The second "get two" banquet given by
the women of the Toung Women's Chris
tian association took place at their rooms
In ths Paxton block last night. It was
an overflow meeting from laat Monday's
banquet and covers were laid for 800. Tha
banquet and program 1 which followed par
took of the "April fool" spirit. The table
floral decorations were beautiful ralla lilies,
which, however, would not bear the In
spccllon of the botanist. Several women
found foreign substances In the biscuit
resembling cotton. Others found other
things no more palatable. At each plat
was a cone-shaped napkin, which eaoh.
guest later utilised for a hat, and In each
napkin waa the guest's aaalgnment on tha
program, such as a song, a story, a
conundrum or an answer to one. Thia ,
proved a most successful amusement fea- .
ture and waa the means of bringing out
much latent talent In the story telling and
vocal line. - v
The fiscal year of the association begin-
nlng April 1, opens with a membership of
2,018 accomplishing the goal of the sec
retaries, "Two thousand members by April
first." At one time recently the member
ship reached 1,360, the highest yet regis
tered. Thsre were 700 expirations, however,
during the month of March alone, but 877
renewals and 171 new membership during
the last month raised the membership over
the 2,000 mark by thirteen retaining tha
Omaha association fourth in tha United
States In point of numbers,
Agnes Ward, membership secretary, 4
has tendered her resignation and Mlaa
Lillian Loftus has been appointed to
fill the place. Bertha Schweltser of To
ledo has been secured as extension sec
retary and will be present at the annual
meeting of the association next Monday
night. She Is a woman of large experience
In the Young Women's Christian ssaorlsy
tlon work and the local association feels
much elated In securing her. -
DRY MARCH IS HARMLESS
Slight Precipitation Has Tfo Terrors
for People of This Great
While there has been a deficiency of mois
ture during the month of March of 1.09 aa
compared with the mean average of precipi
tation of 1.88 for ths last thirty-seven
years, it does by no means presage a dry
season. The total precipitation for tha
month waa .29 of an Inch, which Is .04 of
an Inch lower than the lowest precipHa
tlon previously recorded In thirty-seven
years by the weather bureau at this point
of .88 In 1886. However, a somewhat simi
lar condition prevailed during the month
of March In 1902, when the precipitation
was but .70 of an Inch and In 1903, when It
waa but .68 of an Inch. Yet the growing
seasons of both of these latter years were
among tha best ever known In Nebraska.
It might be added further that these me
teorological observations are merely local
to the Omaha station and do not neces
sarily Indicate the conditions out In tha
The highest temperature during tha
month of March, 1907, was 91 on the 26th,
and the lowest 18 on the 1st. The mean
temperature for the month was 44, as
against the average of 86.8. The only snow
fall, during the month of which there waa
any recorded trace were of an inch on the
1st. and 2.1 Inches on the 13th.
The maximum velocity of the wind at
tained during the month waa March 7, when
a thirty-four miles per hour wind came
down from the north. Cloudy days during
ths month, nineteen; partly cloudy, five;
ROUTINE JOCKEY WORK FIRST
Formal Preliminaries Consume Much
Time of Two I'nlted States
The proceedings In the federal courts
during the week thus tar are of a purely
formal character. No cases are as yet
ready for trial and the time of District
Judges W. H. Munger and T. C. Munger
Is devoted almost wholly to hearing mo-
tlons and demurrers.
The petit Jury was exoused until
Wednesday ' morning. No trials , of any
particular public interestwlll begin before
next Monday, when the land trials are
booked for hearing. The first of these will
be the second group of defendants In' tha
Sheridan and Cherry oounty land case. In
which Huntington, Reld, Hoyt and Todd
are the defendants. An effort was made
by the attorneys for ths defendants In this
r-case to have the trial set for the Chadron
subdivision on account cf a major portion
of the witnesses for the defense living In
that vicinity. The proposition was, how
ever, overruled by Judge T. C. Munger,
who will sit during the hearing of the case
here In Omaha. It Is expected that tha
trial when once begun will continue about
PRISONER THANKS THE JUDGE
Expresses His Pleasure When Craw
' ford Imposes Flao -
The duty of Inflicting chastisement upon
erring ones 4s sometimes most painful to
Jurists and inythlng a prisoner can do to
make It easier for his honor Is greatly ap
preciated by him.
"This hurts me worse than it does you,"
is full of truth In many Instances with tha
Judgs. John Lee sought to ease matter
for Police Judge Crawford Tuesday morn
ing, and even expressed genuine satisfac
tion and delight when he was fined $6 and
costs for being drunk and somewhat dis
orderly. "That's good. Judge, that's good. Thank
you, sir, very much, thank you," and he
seemed so loath to leave the presence of
the high tribunal that an offices had to
Jerk him off his feet and out of the way
for the next In line.
GIRL MAKES JBED ON STREET
Says She Would Rather Sleep There
Than on Her Couch at
"I would rather sleep on the sidewalk all
night than go home," said Ethel Cox, a
young colored girl whose home Is at Thirty
ninth and Leavenworth streets, to Patrol
man Brugman late Monday night, when he
found her lying on the walk near Park
avenue and Leavenworth streets, taking
a nap. The officer sent her to Jail as a
runaway and she wss placed In the ma
tron's department for the night, to bo
given over to the Juvenile department.
The girl said ahe does not like the way
she has been treated at home and therefor
ran away. She did not plan a place to stay
over night, but thought the cold cement
sidewalk greatly preferable to her own
Jewelry Stolen nt St. Louis.
BT. LOUIS, April I It became known to
day that a burglar entered the home of
John Schoera, general manager of ths West,
llche Post, during the absence of the family
laat night and stole Jewelry valued at $1,480
and a small amount of money. Kntranca
aYM secured by breaking a Jane Qt giaa
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