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OTFERED FOR RENT
rvralikrl Reoraa Cewttaeed.
LAROB front room. Inquire 1131 N. mb
B- (16)-M13o 12
ONK LAFiJE room downstairs for three
boy or man and wife. B.17 Jackon.
FRONT ROOM, nlcelv furnished, all mod-
em conveniences. 6J 8. 17th Ave
- iii : 11
NICELY furnlehed rooms. 410 8. ?lth PL
CENTRAL, modern,' t desirable room, heth
and hall, to good tenant. 2M N. 13d.
TWO rooms, 1120 N17th Bt.
I'NITRNIBIIED room; no children. 411
N. 2t(h. . (15-M227 mil
TWO unfurnished rooma. walking distance.
210 Burt Et, (15) MluO 7
JfOUR or el modern desirable unfurnished
room In ) flat. 2018 Davenport.
(15) M144 11
8VROOM8, modern, 1424 Burt etreet.
(16) M221 11
Sl'ITE of beautiful housekeeping rooma,
eouth front, strictly rnodnm house; no
children.. 4408 Casa. (16) 383
, Famished Houses and Flats.
FURNISHED house, seven rooma end bnth.
call Itamey 348.' (IS) 242 I
;' - Hfcnarkeeptngr Rooma
HOUSEKEEPING rooma. 83 's. 19th.
If i wva W ...
MODERN suite of housekeeping- rooms,
team' heat- also other rooma. 2i Far
nam. Tel. Douglas 2203. (1G) 8S9 10
TWO OR THREE beautifully unTlshed
connecting rooma; 'housekeeping: strictly
modern; gns range. 309 N. 25th Pt
(16)-M86S lOx .
TWO nicely furnished rooms fo7Ilgiu
housekeeping; private family. 415 N. 23d.
- , . . ' (15) M64
FOR RENT 8 unfurnished rooms, modern,
suitable for light housekeeping, easy
walking distance. 1428 N. ZOth tit
Apartments and Flats.
FOR. RENTThree-room modern flat, m
Dojglus. ground floor: rent reasonable.
v Oloba Land and investuitnt Co., 1823 Far
nam at. (15) M2f3
i'OH RKNT-JU per mctith, 7-rrom mod
rn Hut opposite, Storx's brewery, 1844 N.
, lgth. in-line 410 H. lOih tit.
s 1 (16)-M792
FIVE-ronm, desirable, modern apartment;
. veranda, . lawn, shade-Jit). Apply ?i2t
Miami Bt. 110) SS3
House and Cottage.
OMAHA. Van- A Storage Co. pack, move,
store J I II. goods; storehouse 11-20-24 N.
...18th. Cfflca lill Farnain. Tel. Doug. 1K.
HftVSFN ,n ft" P44" ' city. R.
AA- -?4J c. Peters & Co., Bve Bldg.
... . 11C 15a
WE DOexpeit piano moving at lowest
prices. .'I el. Douglas 1625. Kchmoller 6t
Mueller, l lano Co., 1311-1313 Farnain.
SEE us when shipping household goods to
iai go cities west; we Pun save you mom v.
XJXPRESSMEN DEI4VKKV CO., 214 N.
r 16l.li St. Ti;l. Douglas 1195. (15) 162
WE MOVE PUN08 Magus rd Van"" and
Blora Co. Tel.' Douglas Hits. Office 1713
Webster St. '(lii 16J
TO REVrt A modern 8-room house, prac
tk'aily new, corner 40th and Lafayette
Ave.; 840 per month. "Apply to lr. if. M.
McClanahan, 1312 N. 40th St. (16) 434
HOUSES W f ." of the city. The
, ? O. . Davis .Co,. Jiee Bldg.
" . ' uBj'-ia
.IIOlJBKa, Insurance. Ringwalt, Barker Hilt.
.. ,. tl6 163
H FAItNAM. 11-room modern brick house,
I Kw; ao private family only, warren M.
, ltogers, 7 Farnam. 16 .!)
R RENT Follr- modern flat. larae !
footns nd recrotlon hall, in ' Duvldae i
14 largo rooms. 108 S. 14th St 8i.00
'S-room cottage, 4 Davenport St $00
JUillX V . llOblHt), lM f A 1 1 . i A M BT,
V . (16) M182 8
I RDflVtR TnnHKrn - ar.r? I t,i.rl trr Ko
... newly jmpered. Tel. D. 873. p. H. Hobl
t son. i. (15 21
. V'NEJL'Alj:D, central, all modern 7-room
, house. Atply Tlzaid, 2j N. kSu.
FOR RENT Nice 8-room house, opposite
Hanscotn park, 134. 'phene Douglas 6-3.
' S FOR RENT.
Nine-room ' modern house, new furnace,
north part of city, 8A
C. M. BACHMANN,
438 Paxton Block.
8-ROOM. high-grade dwelling to lease ene
or two years; possession. June L
W. U SKLBY,
440 Board of Trade Bldg. Phone Dou? 1510.
IF YOTJ WISH to rent a beautiful home, 8
rooms, ouk finish, polished floors, hot
water beat, new brick cottage, call at
' once. 11 8. 87th St. (15) MZ 7
t NEW bUck houses, Park Ave. and Jaek
; son; strictly modern.- Tel. Hroey 1510.
.. . (li M280 11
a, MODAL 7-room house snd one acre of
, ground, all In fruit, baariug, une block
troin Florence cm line, Curtis Ave.
Adjjcas M. A. Stephens, Oeneral reliv
ery. Council Bluffs, la. (16) M3Ze 18
. . FOR . RENT Oermanla Hall or Bijou
Theater building, 1811 to 1818 Hamay;
stores, offices and theater; on long lease,
, J. P. 4-odg t Co., 1714 Farnam.
r; - v (i6)i64
. 1811 JtARNET BT. 8 floors and basement,
83x120 feet; suitable for wholesale. Me
t'M"t .lnvesunent Co., 15u6 Dodge St.
THH) entire building now occupied by the
. Dally News, 44x80 feet, 1 stories and base
y metit. McCague Investment Co., K08
Dodge Bt., (U)-4iS
...-: - a" ' OfUaes.
" ' I ' t. r
ONE large office room, grounU floor, Ed
ward Crelghlon Institute Bldg., 210 S. lHtii
tit., opposite city hall. Inquire building.
FOR RENT "
" ' : BTOHi.8 : '
- k ' ' AND '
" ' - RAMOE HCILDINO.
' APPLY TO W, R. HOM AN.
1517 FARNAM BT, TEL. DOL'ji,A3 Ml
-ROOM i Continental block, and large re-
option room; very suitable for dentist's
cr doctor's office . Uiwer windows. Kobt.
Jl. Bennett, Agent, Room IL ContinntaI
..TP'"- . (16)-ltf7
J'PK RENT Desk room In Bee office, city
, , i?'U buUdJng. 417 N. 26th Bt., Sf.uth
Orjiahs. Apply to manager. (15) U4
DESK roonj for rent UOO per trKmth3li
. Bee .llidg.. 'Phone Douglas 2804.
J OA MS40 10
, AtT" REST-Desk room. 1018 N. T. Life
--J.. ' (I6)-M106 t
tE"K room, with telerhone rvioe; me-
lnl rent to desirable party. J. it Ju,,n
son. 88 W. Y. Ufe. (15)-A120 7
' ' - Stares.
TOR RENT The best located corner store
; In Omalia, Farnam and 14th Sis., Hoar I
of Trade Bldf. Iee P. H. Phllbln, Schllts
, Hotel. . (li 167
FOR RENT Two floors a)or', the Jewell
theater, 1511 Douglas St., KxTD ft
. inoutj. ll,rka. A Co, KS1 N. T. Life.
4 ' 'Pone ' Douglas . 748T. (18) 7iiS 8
store Room, ho n. isth.
. Paxton Bik.
814 -818 'Bo. 18th St.. basement; good light
ms a dUiiig, concrete floor and tr-e en
- t""10?. Apply U Qarvin Bros , lm Kar.
I St . , . (ii)-MJl
OFFERED FOR RENT
teres (! aed.
DF.BIRABLK store, south front, 20Vx
feet, with dry basement and steam heat,
l:i.u I amain St
1'7 Howard St., three stories and cemented
basement with electric elevators skylight
In top hour.
F. D. WEAD,
15.1 Douglas u
(IB) 771 I
FOR RENT One-half store. First floor,
arnam Ht , also all second Moor,
4xlJ0, between lit u and l.th 8t. Freight
anil passenger elevator. The Putman Co.,
fr4 N. Y. Life. (IS) Mi
OFFERED FOR SALE
ANCHOR and Iron fencing; wire fencing
be per foot. 06 N. 17th Bu Tel. Red M4.
2D-HAND furniture bought and sold; busi
ness or the square. Rosenberg Co., for
merly with Chicago Furn. Co., 108 8. 14th,
D. bo5. (W)-M848 Myli
FOR BALE Almost new furniture of -room
flat. Including piano. Apply 1318 S.
Uth Bt (it)-M14l k
F1TRNITITRR of two rooms complete for
light housekeeping; would rather sell
altogether. '" Leavenworth street.
(lt M3t 13x
Pool aael Billiard Tables.
FOR BALE New snd secondhand billiard
and pool tables. We lead the world In
cheap bar fixtures; easy payments. Bruns-Wlck-Balke-Collendar,
407 S. 10th St.
Pianos, Organs, Blaalcal taatraments.
$:no DIBCOl'NT on Knabe T'prlght style F.
In perfect condition, used only three
months and taken In trade.
MATTHKW8 PIANO CO.,
1513-15 Harney St., Omaha, Neb.
FOR BALE Good Emerson upright piano,
at a sacrifice. Apply 2413 Hamilton.
PIANO Square. $10; 50 cents weekly. Per
held l lano Co., Jbll Farnain St.
J. W. PEPPER slide trombone, silver-
plated, gold-plated horn. In sole leather
ciie, used six weeks, cost new 874, will
sell for 840 cash. J N. 16th Bt.
SHARP DISCOUNT SALE
to mske room for lnrrr ahlnment of hemi.
tlful WEHKK, UNDLMAN and M Kit LIN
gnsTid and uptight I IANOS, enroute.
pwl Aut fiA.NOS, 8.0.00 to 825.00, none
toecond-hand Organs, 85.00 to 830.00, none
Terms, cash, or 85.00 down and' $2.00
J. P. Hale A Co t 48 00
W. W. Kimball Co J8.00
Jeett, oak case 124.00
Thurston, mahogany I55.n0
Eteuer, otyle 20 oak 168.00
Ijikeeldr, walnut IW.OO
- I.udwig, walnut 215.00
All In perfect condition and guaranteed
to be absolutely the best piano Imrgnins
In this i!ty. Terms to buyers from Omaha
and vicinity: Cssh, or 810.00 cash and P.OO
to Jo.ro monthly. Trims to out-of-town
btiyets: We will ship any of the above
pianos anywhere within 600 miles, freight
likl. to cu.ih buyers, or on terms of $L'..00
dow n, and $r,. monthly until paid in full.
Call or address today.
MATTHEWS PIANO CO., .
Manufacturers and Dealers in Standard
High Orade Pianos,
1513-15 Harney St., Omaha.
' . , ' , . , (16) M942
Greatest Piano Bargains in
, , . Omaha.
23 UPRIGHT PIANOS,' .'.."
850 TO 8125. . '
Wgner upright, dark walnut ease. 60
Jvlnilmll upright, cbonized case 66
Now Lngland upright, rosewood cose.... 76
Kimball upright, walnut cuee.., ..., 86
Oom upl'Iifht, ebohlzed case.. ...... 115
I'hlckoilng upright, rosewood case , 125
fcMiith Barnes uprlght,r oak case, ,166
Opera ut.rlaht. oak nu .' nr.
J. C Kishsr uprlaht. burl walnut case.. 2o0
Ivors . Pond upright, burl walnut cane. 2i5
STEINvVAY, VOSE. EMERSON, HAL
I.E.T & DAVIS and other square pianos,
8S. 805 and up.
Mason 6c llamUn, , Kimball, Estey and
Other organN 810, $15. 830 and up.
Terms to suit convenience of purchaser.
Pleaso take notice, every Instrument Is fully
guaranteed. Money refunded If not satis
factory. We rent new pla,nos from 13 up
ward; also move, store, tune and repair In
stmmnuts of all makes.. Call or write at
once If you wish to obtain choice of bar-
"SCHMOLLER & MUELLER,
Tel. Douglas 1625. 1311-1S1J Farnam St.
Typewriters and lenlng Machines.
ONE Remington typewriter, Nof 6, In good
condition, for sale cheap. Call at Bee
'?c- (16) 28x
A PRACTICALLY new Densmore at a
very low price. 803 Bee building.
v (16) M731 Sx
FOX TYPEWRITER, used 8 months, and
122.00 desk, for 800.00. Inquire st U39 N.
Uth street. (16) M850 10
MY RECIPE for eleanlng wall paper costs
6o per room to clean paper. Send one
dollar fur recipe. Address, V. W. Price,
Plattsmouth. Neb. (16) MSOS tx
FOR SALK--F:rst-cltSS store fixtures,
stiowcnHet, etc. Olobe Land and Invest
ment Co.. 1823 Farnam St., Omaha. Neb.
BILLARD table. 4 balls and cues; every
thing con.plele cheap, 'phone Harney
Kin. (16) 617 SOX
OAS AND ELECTRIC
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
We furnish estimates. If ' you are
going to build, write for catalogue.
i BU RU ESS -GRAN DEN CO
CI B. 16th. 'Phone Doug. 88L
AWNINGS; they're no expensive. Call
Doug. ss and our representative will call.
Omaha Tent and Awntag Co. (16 17J
FEW bargains Vn id-hand soda fountains:
monthly payments. Derlght, 1818 Farnm.
" tHD 173
feEND us your mail orders for drugs
freight paid on 610 lots. Myers-Dllloi
Drug Co., Omaha. (1) 176
A FEW tee box as for sals at your own
price. 107 N. Uih St. (It) Msiy Mli
A BARGAIN 8 Ountera, 4 glass show
cases. 1 t-lb. coffee mills, spice cans, mess
ures, scales and other store fixtures. 837,
Cash or on tliae.
. E. R SMiTH, and A. Bo. Omaha,
(16) M3u lix
A GREAT BARGAIN
1 Radiant Home base burner; 1 Detroit Qaa
Range, four burner with broiler; 1 Round
Oak btove. parties leaving the city rea-
. sou fur selling. Call la S. 34t h St., city
FOR SALE Australian Wonder a grass
seed perfectly hardy In every respect,
trowl where biuegraas falls. Perfect
velvet lawns guaranteed Price. 80 cents
per pound. Dr. A. li. Miller. P. O. bo
. 81L Denver, Colo. (!) M7 la
FOR SALE Men's and women's ready-to-wear
clothing, new stock Just received
One dollar will be credited to your ac
count on a purrhase of 810 or more If
this advertisumenl Is presented. Home
Credit Clothing Co., 1620 Dodge.
HALL'S safes, new. Id-hand. 1818 Farnam.
FOR 6a LB A Hospe Co. certificate to
apply ou purchsse of piano: Address
P 831. Hee. (16)-MT82 8
MAPI E TREES AT WHOLESAL"" '
Two to three Inches dormant and in prime
coiuliliou tor sale, at Twin City Nuroerr
. 14tli Ave and 5th 6L, Cvunt-:! Hlow,!
J'boee 1211 UW-MMi&
Whalever you have to sell-you must advertise it.
OFFERED FOR SALE
BHERWIN WILLI AMB CO., best mixed
pulnt Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
MILLET HEED A. W. Wagner, 801 N. lth.
Besley Letter Cabinet
Msde of walnut and having two Indexed
filing esses; an ornamental snd useful of
flre fixture, at a bargain. Bee Wright, at
The Hee business orilre. (16) 883
Made of Iron, about t feet high and 8 feet
long, having a width of 6 to 12 inches;
has a plate-glaBs front with reflector In
rear; would make a handsome ornament
for window display or in the home. Call
at business office of The Bee and ask to
see It. (161-4135
uu rence, 2703 Leavenworth Bt.
TO BUY or sell any business or property
call on Ganstsd, 403 Bee Bldg. (16) M161
FOR SALE Australian Wonder a grass
seed perfectly hardy In every respeot,
grows where blue grass falls; perfect
velvot lawns guaranteed. Price, 80 cents
per pound. Dr. A. H. Miller, P. O. Box
84L Denver, Colo. . (18) M986 1 0
HOME-MADE GRAPE WINE, 10YEAR8
OLD. 81 FFR OALLON. CACKLE Y
BROS., OPPOSITE P. O
5. i 08 841 JulylS
F1RST-CLAE8 GRAPES, 3c; cherries. 2T.c;
rsspberrles, lc; apples, 10c; evergreens, 8c;
seeds and bulbs reasonable. Catalogue
free. Cyrus Harvey, Altoona, In
GROCER'S Ice box; cheap. lo7 N. 12th.
FOR SALE Picture machine slides. Films
8400, outfit for 876. 2004 Blnney.
HARNESS, saddles, trunks, traveling bags;
soma good bargains. Alfred Cornish &
Co, 1210 Farnam St, (16) M9K3 Ux
FOR SALE One lady's rawhide bound
trunk, sice 47x23x34 Inches, seven trays;
top compartment divided for hats, etc.;
secret drawer, , four-bottle rack; suitable
for chiffonier; cost 8125; price, 816. Ad
dress N-278, care Bee. Q6) M185
D. O. BARNELL, patent attorney and ma
chine designer. Paxton Blk. Tel. Red
7117. (17) 738 MylO
LARSON & CO. Book free. Bee Bldg.
. (17) 180
CITY STEAM LAUNDRY Shirts pressed,
not ironed. 211 S. lltU SL Tel. Doug. 204.
Stammerers' Institute. Ramge
THE BALVATION ARMY solicits cast-off
clothing; In fact, anything you do not
need. We collect, repair and sell, at 114
N. 11th St., for cost of collecting, to the
worthy poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 4145 and
wagon will call. (18) 611
SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mall; cut
trices. Send for free catalogue. Myers
Ullon Drug Co., Omaha, (18) 186
Dyeing and cleaning, sponging and shrink.
Ing only 5o per yard. Send for price list
GOLDMAN PLEATING CO..
1 Douglas Block. - Tel. Douglas 1938.
SEWING 'machines rented, any make, 76c
per week or 83 per month. Second-hand
machines for sale, 86 snd up. Nebraska
. Cycle Co., 16th and Harney. 18) 184
MAXSAOF! Swedish movement, 618
lUAOOilUI)Broaiili Rm. 28. Co. Bluffs.
(18) M191 M3
Af O K"FYTTf,'"ment nd bath. Mme.
mvjinj:ixx8mltni ug N 16th( 2d floor
PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOMO Mrs.
Dr.. King, 1320 N. 24th St. Tel. Doug. r9.
FOR anything In the sewing machine line
go to P. E. Flodman St Co., 1514 Capitol
Ave. (lu MS40 M12
IF PARENTS of Mildred "W In Los An
geles, will answer this adv. will learn
something of great Importance. Address
W 249, care The Bee, Omaha, Neb.
(18) M6T5 Tx
RUPTURE CURED No knife, no deten
tion from business. QUICK CURE RUP
TURE CO., ovsr 8. W. Cor. 14th and
Douglas. Omaha. (181 M668 M31
YOl"NO railway office man desires to Join
- tennis club. Address E 287 Bee office.
(18) 217 7
WANTED The use of piano for storing;
no children. Address W 265, cars Bee.
(18) 372 x
W ANTED Young woman correspondent,
by bachelor business man of Lincoln,
Neb., tired of being alone. Prefer one
with some wealth, refined and u;-lo-dute.
Address Box 235, Lincoln, Neb.
OMAHA Bteam Paste Co., manufacturers
pure flour paste. 2210 Cuming. Telephone
Douglas 4621. (IX)
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
RUSSELL, ft M'KITRICK CO.-J31 Ramge.
W. H. TURRELL, 18 Patterson Blk. Doug.
SEARS. 6n N. Y. Life,
Tel. Red 87.
PATNE INV. CO., 1st fir. N. Y. L. Doug.
ALFRED C. KENNEDY, Y First Nat'l
bank bldg. 'Phone Doug. Til. (18) 640
Tel. Douglas 768.
R. C. PETERJi. Bee Bldg.
CITY PROPERTY IOR lALIt.
2 BARGAINS 2
Faolng Kountse Park 8-roora modern
house, large reception hall, mantel In the
parlor; house could not be duplicated to
day for 83.000. Fine 60-foot lot. Prloe
Is 11.760 $800 cash, balance monthly,
Clifton Hill Modern t-room cottage,
reception hall and parlor has oak floor,
nice mantel. Large lot with plenty of
shade and fruit trees, permanent walk.
Price Is right.
WRIOHT A LASBURY,
604 South Sixteenth.
Phone Douglas 168.
(1 M256 I
FOR SALE House. rooms, modern ex
cept furnace, ixjj Cuming Bt. Prloe.
Liu0. La) terms.
JOHN F. FLACK.
City Bavlngs Lank, 16th and Douglas.
8-ROOM house and full lot for sale or trade
for smaller house close In; rear car line
Inquire owner, 413 N. 25th St.
(19) M201 Ux
7-room modern, close to high school, St
John s church, boulevard snd paved street
A bargain, $13f ;iill Davenport.
N. FfcNUER, 2 N X. Life.
Tel. Red ml.
DAILY DEE; TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1907.
And you cannot advertise
widely for the same cost
CITY PROPERTY FOR tALB
BUY ACRES IN FLO
We are offering this desir
able suburban property, which
Is located about seven blocks
northwest from the end of the
street car Una in Florence, In
tracts of from three to ten
acres, at prices ranging from
1240 to 8300 per acre, according
to location. Florence Heights
Is an Ideal place for suburban
homes, commanding a mag
nificent view of the river,
lakes, cities and surrounding
country, and affords Its cltl
tens the advantage of a 6-cent
street care fare to and from
Omaha, electric light, telephone
service to Omaha without extra
charge, excellent school of nine
grades, and free delivery of
goods from Florence stores.
Call at our office and get
plats showing prices and de
tailed Information regarding
this property and then look at
It at once, as several of the
best sites are still unsold.
1801 Farnam St.
(19) M318 T
PAYING 12Vs PER CENT
Substantial, well constructed business cor
ner, never vacant; 86,000 cash, balance
Room 233, Neville Blk., Omaha.
(19) M315 T
The Pollock Block .
Farnam Is the strategic street of the city.
It Is thought by many that ,ome day 24th
and Farnam will rival 16th land Farnam as
a strategic business center. Logically,
eventually 24th St. must be cut through
from north to south and this 24th St. cars
run on this street to South Omaha. When
this Is done property on Farnam near 24th
will be worth more than double what It Is
We are today able to offer what we
think the most attractive Investment In the
city, the Pollock block, situated on the
north side of Farnam, 133 feet east of t4th
St. The lot Is 66x131 feet (solid ground).
Improved with 8 three-story brick build
ings (coat to duplicate today, 818,000); pres
ent rental, 82,076 a year. This property
combines a safe rental with sure growth.
It is one of the few pieces that has not
changed hands nor changed In price during
the late movement on Farnam Bt. In May,
1900, we offered 819,000 cash for this prop
erty. It was then held at 821,000. and we
can now offer it for this sum. We know
of nothing better nor as good for an in
vestment and we recommend It without
" HARRISON & MORTON
ALL MODERN 10-ROOM HOUSE
and large stsble, which cost 87,000 to build;
built by an architect ror himself; lot Is
worth 32.000. Will sell for 85.600; about
half cash, half on time. On 2th St., be
tween Farnam and Leavenworth: parked
and paved street, cement sidewalks, fine '
trees ana lawn; house has hard wood floors
and finish; reception hall of quarter-sawed
oak; three grates and mantels; new fur
nace; every modern convenience.
J. M. MACFARLAND,
614 8. 28th St. 809 N. Y. Life Bldg.
BRICK church) comer 27th and Seward
St., 32x60. two stories; lot SSxS5. Can be
made over Into 4 apartments. Price, ll.SuO.
A. U. Busk, 'phone Harney 980.
THE KERR ABSTRACT CO.S AB
STRACTS OF TITLES sre the safest.
You are protected by a 810,000 bond against
loss by errors. You don't buy a law suit
when you buy a "Kerr" abstract. 1614
Harney. Tel. Douglas 6487. (19)
TWO story brick business building and
cash for Nebraska land. 206 Wright
Building, Sioux City, la. (19) M30 13
3007 N. 24th. nine-room modern house, In
fine shape; cheap. Inquire 2616 N. 18th.
NOTICE 8nap. comer lot In West Farnam
district, 100x126 feet; asphalt pavement;
price, 83.000. Address 423 8. Uth Bt.
R EAL ESTATE TITLE-TRUST
CUAS. E. WILLlAMSON.Prss.
FOR SALE Two modern houseee and large
bsrn, one block north Of Hanscora park;
paved street, east front, lot 76x160. East
ern owner will sell at a bargain.
Room I N. Y. L. Bid
A VtRtrnrtei of Utle; quick service. 'Phone
tlUSUttLlS for pric. Guarantee Ab
stract Co., Patterson Blk. 'Phone Red 2947.
(13) M670 M31
FOR SALE Nice home, 7 rooms, part
modern, line lot. concrete walks, 100 feet
from 24th street oar. Price reduced from
82,800 to 83,000, for qulok sals. 'Phone
Doug. 6689. O. M. Underhlll & Co., office
UM N. I4tb St. (18) 797 Mil
Into this Bemis Park bargain, lot 60x167,
fronting on two streets. 8-room cottage,
modern except beat, one-fourth block to
car and only 32,300. Owner going west,
hence the price.
'Phone Doug. 686. Paxton Block.
FRAME HOUSE TO BE MOVED.
Sire. 21x34. two stories, modern, located
at N. E. Corner Soth and Leavenworth
Bta Must be moved at once. Apply
Milton Rogers at 60ns Co., 14th and Farnam
DEPOSITS In the Neb. K at B. Asa n Is
better than mtgs. 8 N. Y. Life.
PABM AND RANCH LANDS FOR SAI.K,
BLOCK of 1.800 acres, between Vonda and
Rosthern. north of Canadian Northern
main line. This land was ill selected
several years ago snd Is owned by us. :
Price, eleven dollars (811.00). per sere for
quick sals. Eaay terms. Win. Pearson
Co , lA$., iJt Northern Bank Hldg.,
Canadian Lands For Sale.
Eight sections first class winter wheat land,
eight .-dies from town with throe large
coe.1 miles, output about 1,000 tuna per
dM'. snd 41D or 6-.0 Inhabitants, Just be.
Sir-. sag to settle up. I -and Is black loam
'M- yellow clay subsoil, nice smooth,
lev,ji land, no rocks. Good terms to par.
ties who can handle chunk. Addrers J
H. F.vers, Chinook. Mont (i)at H
REAL ESTATE For sale, section of A No.
1 unimproved farm land in Cheyenne
county, Colorado: within four miles of
railroad ami market. Address H. P
Slsluke, KellapsIL Mont vXy M4M 7g
it in any other paper as
as you can in The Bee.
FARM AND RANCH LA8DI roil SALfj
FOR BALE A bargain. Ninety sores fruit
or sugar beet land, with forty-five Inches
perpeiuai waier rignt; good svstem of
dltchos; land Joins cltv limits of Frulta,
In the Grand valley. Mesa county, Colo
rsdo. Btnall houses, land fenced, cleared
and partly under cultivation; small or
chard; good schools and churches; sugar
beet factory at Grsnd Junction, ejven
loom. rri, o pr ion, I, o. D. rruita
riuwmn aores in auaira. xi per acre
Aug rea a. h,. ua, rTUlia Colo.
HOMESTEADS Good farming land nesr
runruaa. oernara uuiiiianu, 1 Clayton
oik., Denver, l-oio. (A)) M&27 M37X
160 ACRES good level land, Phillips county,
Colorado, for sale. Price l,m). L. J.
Randolph, Beatrice, Neb. () M291 7x
WANTED Agents to represent us In the
vale of our Kansas lands. Write for par
ticulars. Globe Land and Investment Co.,
Omaha. Neb. (20) M420
840 ACRES choice land. 4 miles from Kim
ball; cheap If taken now; terms eaay; need
money. Address B 267, Bee.
A GOOD farm, well Improved, 20 miles west
of Omaha, for ssle on easy terms, 6 per
cent Interest, if taken in nixt 80 days.
Address Y 244, Bee. (20) 405
IMPROVED farms In eastern Nebraska;
Sarpy and Douglis counties. B. J. Ov?r
ton, Gretna, Neb. (20) M878
CHOICE section In Kimball county at 85.60
per acre; ow acres as level as a Moor,
140 acres rolling; all rood soil and only
ten miles from Kimball; terms 81,650 cash,
balance on long time; write us for bar
gains In western land. American Land
and Immigration Co.. . Sidney. Neb.
Plerson. 81 N. 20th St., or T. H. McClanirf-,Il,nnn
nan, Elk Creek, Neb. (2n M858 lOx
FOR SALE Ten-acre fruit farm, adjoin
ing Ashland. Neb. G. C. Reed. Fort
Crools, Neb. (20)-MSS9 16x
lf ACRES one mile from Kimball, and I
bargain. Address C 2GS, Bee.
The Land of Sunshine.
Havo some good bargains In beautiful
B rax os ValleyIt cannot be surpassed.
The finest part of Texas.
The land Is good for raising corn, crtton,
rice, sugar cane fine fruit country plenty
816.01) to 120.00 per sere cheap railroad
rates next excursion May 21st. For par
RORT. C. DRUESEDOW,
808 N. Y. Life Bldg. (20)-M306
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
i Farm and Ranch Lands.
8 ACRES ground close to car line.
W. L. SKLBY,
440 Board of Trade Bldg. 'Phone Doug. 1510.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
SLOOO.vuO TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property In Omaha; lowest rates;
0 delay. Thomas Brennan, Room 1 N . Y.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Bmlth & Co.. 1320 Farnam St
MONEY TO LOAN-Payne Investment Co.
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Wead, 1530 Doug.
. ' (22) -195
LOWEST RATES Bemta. Paxton Block.
8500 TO 360,000 TO LOAN at lowest rates; no
delay. GARVIN BROS.. 1604 FARNAM.
BUILDING loans on residence property; 6
per cent. W. B. Melkle, Ramge Block.
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H.
Thomas, 60s First National Bank Bldg.
LOANS on Improved Omaha propertv.
O'KEEFE R E. CO., 1001 N. Y. Life Bldg.
WANTED City loans. R.
C. 'Peters A Co.
' (22) 200
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy. second-hand furniture,
cook and heating 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
nlture -of your house -complete. Will buy
sntlque or mahogany furniture. The high
est prices paid. Call the right man. Tel
Douglas 3971. (25) J 13 Myl7
CASH paid for old books. Crane-Foys Co,
213 8. 14th. 'Phone Douglas 1321.
FEATHER BEDS WANTED-) cents per
pound paid for old feather beds; send
postal; will be In the city for one week.
Address Y 98. care Bee. (26) M606 M16x ,
FOX TERRIER pup wanted. Will pay
cash. T. B. Lancaster, Sturgls, S. D.
WANTED TO BIT Good pony, safe for
children. Give full description and price.
Address K268, care Bee. (26) 181 7
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Rooms for light housekeeping
by couple without children; best of ref
erences. Address O 262, Bee.
(26) Mt24 7x
WANTED TO RENT A 4 or 6 -room apart
ment, modem conveniences. Address W
22, Baa. (26I-M1SS 7
WANTED By young man, neat, modern
single room with good board In PRI
VATE family; close In; state price. Ad
O 179, care Be. (26) M 184
WANTED Room with board by young
man, In strictly privats family. Address
C IbS, care Bee. (2b) Mm 7x
WANTED-Room and board In west or
southwest part of city, by couple with
out children; references given. Address
D 26, Bee. (&) M'J25 7g
POSITION WANTED A young printer
wants a position In a country omc at
once. No bad habits. About seven years
of experience. Address Y lit. care Bee.
WANTED Position by an experienced
stenographer. Can furnish first-clous
references. Address D 269, Bee.
(Z7) M331 9x
SITUATION wanted as clerk In general
store, wholesale house, or ss traveling
saieaman by Christian, married Scandi
navian of middle age; man years' expe
rience In different lines. Jlox 8X. R. D.
routs 1. Frederlo, Wis. (87) M8l lOx
NOTICE SEALED BIDB WILL BE RE
eelved on or before 10 o'clock a. m.. May
8, 19U7, at the office of the land commis
sioner or secretary ef the state of Ne
braska for the furnishing snd srertlng ef
one engine boiler of 136 II. P. capacity and
one engine ot ISO H. P.. both of the above
at the state penitentiary at Lincoln, Ne
braska. Specifications now on file In tht
offlce of the secretary. QEO. C. JUNKIN.
Secretary of the Board of Public Lands
and Buildings, A-dl4t
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Fowsrd Fhelan and wife to Tenuis
H. Tellman. lot . block 1. Mis
souri avenue Fark addition, Bouth
John T. Paumen t Rl to Wllllnm B.
Frstler. lot 16, block 8, Albright's
snnex, South Omaha
Charles A. Young and wife to John I.
lnompson. lot 17, Mock 1. Seymour s
Herman Real snd wife to Mike
Cvltock, lot 16. block 35, Albright s
Choice, Booth Omaha
Barbara Dlhe4ka and wife to Carrie
Oech. lot 18, block 11. First add. to
William Redwlch snd wife to Fred
erick W. Bmlth, east 40 ft. lot IS,
block 9. Bhull's Second sdd
H. R. Stringer to Jennie D. Pprague,
lot 20. hlock 11, Orchard Hill
Brower R. McCwcue snd wife to Pal
mer Stafford, lots 49 to 67, Mid Cly.. 3.100
Bame to Kmll It. Erickson. lots 46
and 46, Mid City
Hastings Hey den to Charles E.
Oard. Jr., lot 4. block 2. Hastings
Heyden's Becond sdd
Fred D. Kavsn to Lawrence Rlsso
snd wife, north 34 ft. south M ft.
lot 8, block 3, Kountse V Ruth's
Bame to Tony Battsglla and wife,
south 34 ft. lot 8. block 3, Kountie
Wllllnm H. Gates and wife to William
Nestlebush. lot 8, block 9, A. 8.
Harry A." Servlss and wife to August
Papei. lot 8. block L Morrison's sdd.
Elisabeth Cunningham and husband
to William H. Russel. lot 8, block
6. Boggs & Hill's First dd., South
Francis P. Briscoe and wife to Felix
Orabowska, lots 17 and IS, block 28,
Florence II. Harris to Catherine "z.
Crenshaw, lota 1 and X, block 18,
Wilcox Second ad1
Catherine z. Crenshaw to Josenh
Kettnacher. lots 1 and 2, block 19,
Wilcox Second a.11 1 ana
Caroline L. Poppleton et si to Henry
. .viiiiii, ion, ju ana 21, mock Z,
Hulnhur Rnrtt,.. mAA
Eroll Walstrom to Eric T." Johnson!
iui , uiuck 10, ttousei a Bteb
Ellen Pearson and husband to 'jere-
minn inaaa, part tax lot S2. sec.
Samuel w Johnson to Ingred Eck
wrall.Jot 21. block 18, Omaha View...
Abraham W Reed et al to Marv A.
Dunn, lot 4. hlocW 1 lrh'. ..i
Charleston Realty Co. to Henr'v
Grasrk lot Van nurar. ntn...
Frederick II. Rowan et al to Neison
Hill ' 14 WaJnut
Abram Rowan to same, same
Sarah A. Starr to same, same
W'lthelm Bteln snd wife to same, lot
uioin jo, ainui mil
Richer to Sndie A. Peter.
son. seU awU l!.t.ii
Methodist F.plscopal church' 'to' John
Bneedla. lot 7. block i n-n.n
junn AUirust Johnson
nnd wife to
Hani H. Cook, lot
18, block 459,
Klttle M. Smith to John ' ' HuitYren.
lot a, block 2, Patrick's Third 8ar-
C. NT Diet's Lumber' Co. "to' fed win "t
I, VOn lot ft Vtn.'a tAA
Richard C. Peters snd wife to Francis
nriey, 101-14 block 1. Boule
vard Terra ins
Alvln Metxler and wife" to' John' 'if.
Haskell, part tax lots 8 snd 12.
sec. 17-lR-u '
I)av!d w' A,l,op 'n"wife'to'janie'g
E v. , "W Jarosn, nVs wv, lot 2,
block 1. H V. nove. aa
Ingram C. Moore to Char1es"E'."wVu
liamson, lot 19. block 8. Hillside add.
Anna Moseman to Arn'dt''Mo'sem'n'nl
lots 38 and 84. block 8. Sherman
AVAniM Ts L a M
Wlllam Bucknr and' 'fe 'tii' nVn'ry '
20. Beli eU IA.ll-1!) '
1 riri b 1 1 . nun mi. , a an,. 7 , n i .. .
Robert O. Fink, county treasurer "to
iij' v.. i.enneoy, part lot 3, block
10. Kniintra A nitth1. a
Same to Thomas Crelgh lot 8, block
10, Orchard Hill
Charles Tumer t Jlirven Thnmnan
lot 1, block 1, Summit Place 1,600
Frederlnka J. Hccht to Jacob Sper
ling, lot 7, Benson's Bub 2 700
A- A. Llnstrom and wife to Sophia
Stlerle. lot L block 4. Hnrhinh'. OA
Janet Falconer to Ellen Pollock,' 'lot
21, Weekly's Add., Vslley
Joseph J. Dodris and wife to David
C. Dodds, lot 12, block 106, Dundee
Bailey to A. J. Ivsch an4
Wife, lot 1. block 1. Halevnn Height. 1 1CA
Eva J. Leach and husband to Fred
A. Bailey, n69 ft lots 6 snd 1 and
s48 ft lot 6, block 9, Benson 1,000
Thomas' J. Mitchell and wife to Harry
Gross, lot 11, block 17, Bedford Place 1,600
The United Real Estate and Trust
Co. to Omaha Grain Terminal, lot
, block 11, Kountse A Ruth's Add.. 1,000
Theresa Cnughlan and husband to
Nellie McNamara, lots 6 and 7, Rem
ington's Sub fcflfo
F, W. Carmlchael to James P. Keplet,
lot y. block 10i. Dundee Place 600
C McCardel to The O. F. Davis Co.,
.. eVi lot I, block 13, Improvement Assn.
Nevada I. Deck to same, w lot 1,
block IS, Improvement Assn. Add.. 100
Hsttle L. Kuhn and husband to
Charles Blomberg, n"3 ft sub lot
2. lot 9. Johnson's Add 4.3TO
James W. Jones to Sarah E. Bt.
Clair, lot 8. block 146, South Omaha 3of)
Lyman 8. Bucklny and wife to Peter
Jssen, Jr., aSi ft lot 101. Nelson's
Add. ., J
John Nr. Haskell et al. to Trena
Rnll. part tax lots 8 and 1!, see.
Harry frtedman to Harry Mnrowlti,
e44 ft lot T, block 15. Patrick's
td Add 1,000
John W. McDonald, sheriff, to Lvdla
M. Florence, lot S. block 6, Max
well's 2d Add., Bouth Omsha 696
Jennie W. Blattery and husband to
R W. Sprague. lot 4, block 73. Ben
Charles W. Connnyer to Charles W,
Conoyer, Jr., part se!4 13-16-12 1
RAILWAY TIME CARD
I'NIQN NTATION TENTH AND M ARC Y.
Overland Limited a 9 56 am a 8:18 pm
The China and Japan
Fast MaU a 4:16 pm a 1:10 pm
Colo. A eallf. Ex a 4:16 pm a 9:30 pm
California A Ors Ex. .a 4 25 pm a 6:10 pm
Is Angeles Limited al2 01 pm all: 48 pm
Fast. Mall .a V:i am a 6:00 pm
Colorado Special a 7:45 am a 7:44 am
North Platte Local a 8:10 ant a 4 60 pm
Beatrice Local b 8:00 pm bl2:tf pm
Chlcaco, Rack Ial4 A Pad Be.
Chicago Limited a 1:15 am a 7:10 am
Iowa Local a 7.-00 am a 4:80 pm
Chicago Mall a 8:46 pm
Iowa Local bl26 pm b 9:66 pm
Chicago (Eastern Ex.). .a 6:05 pm a 1:36 pm
Chicago (Iowa Lmtd ). .a 6:36 pm all 26 pm
Rocky Mountain Lmtd.. a T:20 am a 8:06 am
Colo. A Cal. Express. ..a 1:60 pm a 4:60 pm
Okl. A Texas Express, .a 4:40 pm al2 06 pm
Lincoln. Falrbury and
Bellsvue a 8:50 pm al0:10 am
Mlsaoarl PaclAe. I
K. C. A Bt L. Exp..
K. C. A 81. L. Exp.
De Moines Local .,
..a 1:00 am a 60 am
..all :16 pm a 6:26 pm
..a 3:00 pm all:40 am
a 4:16 pm
Bt. Louis Express a 6:30 pm a 1:80 ana
fit. Louis Local (from
Council Bluffs a 9:66 am al0:80 pm
Btanberry Iocn (from
Council Bluffs) b 6:00 pm bll:80 am
Chicago A Northwestern.
Cedar Replde Pass a 7:06 sm a 1:06 pm
Twin City Lxpreea...
Chicago DayMCht ....
Bloux City Local
Sioux City laical
Twin City Limited...
Overlsnd Limited ...
Los Angeles Limited
a 7 50 am al0:0O pm
.a 8:00 am all 16 pni
.uii.sv am a i:4t pin
.a 3:60 pm a 9 85 am
a 4:8 pm a 9:50 am
a 3:46 pm
.a 6:60 pm a 7:80 am
a 10 pm
.a 1:23 pm a k-3 am
.a 8 28 pm a 7:06 am
.a 8 81 pm a 9:81 am
.a 7 40 am al0:36 am
.b 7:4i) am alO ttsm
.a 3 00 pm a 6:06 pm
.a 3:0i pm a 6 05 pm
.b 8 00 pm b 5:05 pm
.b 6:01 pm bit 60 pm
a 8:60 pm alt pm
( hleage. Hllwsskts A St. Paal.
Chi. A Colo. Special. ...a 7 at am a 7:80 am
California A Ors. Exp.. a 6:46 pm a 310 pm
Overland Limited a 8.86 pm a 8.30 am
Dea Moines A Cedar
Rapids Local b 6 46 am bll :00 pm
Chicago Express a 8 00 sm a 1:46 pm
Minn, tc St Paul Exp...b 6:00 am a 6 16 pm
Chicago limited a 6 00 pilt a 7:80 am
Minn. A Bt Paul Lmtd. .a 1.30 pm a 7.80 am
RAILWAY TIME CARDT,!,,,'n
ft. Paul A M'nneapolls., 8 SO im 7 10 m
t. Paul A Minneapolis.. 7 45 titn 11 oft pnt
Chlc.iso Limited 6 4i pm -0 sm
Chicago Fxpress 7:4Tnm 11 "A pm
Chicago Express 8:80 pm 3.80 pm
Rt RMUTO TATIOJ IOTII A MAIOI
Denver A California. ...a 4 10 pm
Mark Hills a 4.10 pm
Northwest Bpeclsl a 4 10 pm
Northw est F'.xpress all :I0 pm
Nebraska Express a 9:10 am
Nebraska I-ocal a 9.10 am
Lincoln l-ocsl ,
Lincoln Fast Mall b 1:00 pm
Ft. Crook A Plattsm'th.b 1 50 pm
Plattsmouth a 7:60 pm
Bellevtie A Pc. Juno, .a S .10 am
Chicago Special a 7 : am
Chlcaso Express a 8:46 pm
a 3 30 pm
a 3 pm
a 3 : pm
a 710 am
a 7.46 pm
a 7:46 pm
a 9.. am
a " ) pm
bio 26 am
a 8:10 am
a 7 10 am
a 1 :6 pm
a 7:36 pm
a 8 65 pni
a 7 35 pra
aio :f4 pi
all .W art
a 6 48 am,
a 6:10 pm
I Inwa lxcal a 9 15 am
Pt. I,ou1s Express a 1:45 pm
Kansas Clty-St. Joe aio 46 pm
Kansas Clty-Pt. Joe s H am
Kansas Clty-St. Joe a 4:46 pm
WEBSTER gTATIOX-IRth A WKB4TKK
St. Paal, Minneapolis A
,.b 6:30 sm
..a 1:00 pm
,b 6:45 pm
..0 8:48 am
b 9:10 pre,
b 9:10 am
c 6:60 pm
Twin City Passenger.
Sioux City Pssenger.
Loral via Weeping
Falls City Local
..a 8:08 am a 6 80 pre
.a 8:60 pm all 50 pm
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday,
except Saturday, c Sunday only,
JAPAN. CHINA, PHILIPPINES,
HONOLULU and AUSTRALIA
the Royal Mall Stxameraof the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
The faateet ateamen to the Orient, tteeenl Buaaae
bt the kmpree; of rhlna," 10 Aaia, tlhoara. Mm
l!.T"t"'.lol"ft,'"'".Ah Tr"'- "Ath-nl
Ian and Monteala" pro.lda as ee.tlonallr rheas
lul.rnTid7.Cf ZZL "bi m"an oo'fMiLe
lllssa frmw Vaneenrer to Yokohama, Kobe.
hacaaakl. Shanghai, Hons Kon kikI iiamuT
CmprMS et Chins May 1 Montaada Jane It
A'ti.nlas June f Kmpraaa of Japan July I
Bmpreaa ef India June it Tartar Julr 11
From Tanoouvsr to Honolulu and Sydney,
al lower Mar XUoana July 11
Aor.nl juna II M lower A us. It
tot ratta, Inforniatlon and lllaratur apply lo
A. a SHAW, Uen'l Art, 833 Ckark St,
ALLAN LINE OCEAN STEAMSHIPS
LIVERPOOL. OLASOOW, LOW DON, HAVRB.
N.w Itanirl VICTORIAN and VIRGINIAN,
trlpla-aoraw turbine anstnea, ans TUNISIAN, coh
(iCAN and IONIAN, twln-acrrwa, Rmemb.r, aar
aaillnsa ar WMkly front UONTHgAt, paaainf does
th ploturaaqua Bt. tawreno HKar by dayllskt.
Accoaimodatlona uneurpasaad. Rata: Saloon tw M
snd upwards; second cabin 140.00 and tipw.rda. Ou
aiaaa Cabin Steam.r, $40.00 and upwarde.
ALLAN A COMPANT. 174 Jaassea Dou, Chissge.
PAY FOR ADMINISTRATORS
Thirty-Five Hundred Dollars Falsi
McHnah and Fifteen Han.
dred to Specials.
Persons Interested In the estate of tho
late John A. Crclghton declare there are
no grounds for the rumor that an Immedi
ate attack Is to be made by some of the
heirs on the charity bequests made by the
will. The movement for a settlement with.
out a suit In court while not completed Is
earn to be progressing. Nothing, It Is as
serted, has occurred to Justify the belief
that a settlement Is Impossible or lmnroh.
At the same time It Is admitted there fa
a possibility of an attack upon the charity
oequests, depending somewhat unnn thm
interpretation of clause thirteen of the will.
wnicn provides the residue estate ahall be
divided up In proportion to the amount rr
the bequests provided for In the wIlL
Whether the proportion of each bequest
to the total of the beauests or to the total
of the estate Is Intended has not been de
cided yet. In the latter case there would
remain a residue to the heirs which might
be satisfactory and prevent any litigation.
Btrong influences are being directed to
prevent taking the case Into court. Those
interested, It Is said, are awaiting the
appraisal of the estate which will be mad
under the Inheritance tax law by James It
Adams, who was appointed by Judge
Judge Leslie Monday morning allowed to)
Judge McIIugh, attorney for the special
administrator!. $,600 for his services and
to each of the special administrators 31,600.
They are: John A. McShane. James IL
McShane, John A. Bchenk and John D.
EX-POLICEMAN BOUND OVER
Farusworth C. Holeman Is Held tm
Answer for Assaalt est ter.
Farnsworth C. Holeman, a former mam.
ber of the Omaha police force, was bound
over to the federal grand jury by United,
States Commissioner Anderson Monday
morning In the sum of 32,000 on the charge
of assault on the person of Sergeant
Romage of ths United States signal corps.
Fort Omaha. In default of ball Holeman
was lodged In the Douglas county jail tft
await the action of the federal grand Jury
The accused la charged with attempting
to disembowel Sergeant Romage one day
last week with an axe. The trouble bt
tween the two men grew out of a quarrel
a day or two previous while Holeman was)
alleged to be under the Influence of liquor.
He was employed as a teamster by the
government at Fort Omaha and was under
charge of Sergeant Romage. During the
quarrel Sergeant Romage knocked Hole
man down. Smarting under his humlluw
tlon Holeman, It Is alleged, went to Bar
geant Romage'a quarters the same night
and undertook to assault him with an axe,
accompanying the assault with dire
threats. Holeman was arrested and placed
In the guard house and brought to Omaha,
and lodged In the city jail. He was re
leased the following day, no one appearing
against him In police court, but was again,
arrested by the United States authorities
on ths complaint of Bergeant Romage and
his healing Monday morning Is the result
of that arrest.
SOCIALISTS ARE KEPT MOVING
Mea Ordered from Deamark Go t
Sweden and May Meet
MALMOE, Sweden, May 1 The Russian
socialists desirous of holding a congress)
here are being kept on the move la Us
After having been ordered out of Den
mark, 120 delegates arrived here last night
and were joined by sixty others who csme
by way of Stockholm. The police, how
ever, refused to permit ths socialists to
remain and prohibited ths holding of any
conference whatever In Malmoe. The Rus
sians thereupon requested permission from
the Danish authorities to go to Estjerg,
and there embark for England, where they
hope to be able to hold a congress.
Fatal Aeeldeat la Afvlea. '
JOHANNESBURG, Transvaal. May 3.
An explosion occurred today at the Mnddar.
Fnnteln gold mine. Three ahllsa and
fifteen natives wars klll4
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