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ITIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY. JULY 30. 1007.
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OFFERED FOR RENT
The ft tury and tii mum brick baald
hg at r PVntm St.
Apply F. D. Wead. W4 Dousaa ft.
DESK room on first floor at 12". J Fsr-iara,
n FLOCR. w(1 lighted; elegant for offloe
iae 1212 Farnam. (la) 4S
T'lR HENT-Ii room in fiee offlcs. city
I ait bunding. 417 N 25th at. 9on!l
-maJi a. Apply la manager. U5 L4
It la very aeldnm that good outside snare
In a well appointed office building la avail
able. At the present time we liar"
beautiful suite of two rooms on the fifth
floor, with east and enuth IlKht. a large
vault, which makes thia a most desirsol
pace durlnit either summer or wtnter.
Vim hav a. good small office. ISxlR. on the
sixth floor, (acinar tne court, fur !..".
Room No. l ta 3x15 and a desirable space
on the court fnr 212.
Everybody tn Croatia knows tha location of
tha Bee building;: K Ta central, .close ta
tha city hail and county court house.
Thar r several hundred pe.ple who
spend mora time here than In r home,
and any ona of then will teTa.fy aa la
tha care they receive here.
For further particulars rail
R. W. BAKER. 8UPT.
THE BEE BUILDING
I7TH AND FARNAM.
FDR RENT Large atora room, with rood
basement. i4e go. la St., lit.
C M. BACHMANN, t Faxton Blk.
OFFERED FOR SALE
ANCHOR and Iron fencing; wi ra fencing
as aar foot. 2DS N. 17U SU Tei. Red .
FOR SAt.E Furniture of rooms: almost
new 3610 St. Mary's Ar. Phone Doug
las 4461. (16) M713 Auy.'l
wiR SALE Bed and springs, dresser, din
in table, chairs, rockers, rm. parlor
tables. Call Wednesday or Thursday ihia
wwk. 4315 Burdette St. (Wi 71S Hx
!D HAND furniture bounht and sold: bust-
nei on the aq.ia.re Roaenherg. formrly !
with Chicago Furniture Co., 1 9. 14th. I
(16) 73 A3
PI a see. Oranaaa, slaataait latstrwa
Down to the lowest notch this week,
twenty-four new, used and second-hand
tftanoa on sale In our bargain mom, fourth
Boor. Coma early and get a cboloa ae-
(w England! upright t
Martin Bros., upright LSI
Llndlman & Sons, upright....... .. 160
F1"S dollars cash and SI a weak will buy
any of the above bargalna.
Shmoller & Mueller Piano Co.,
ISH-Laa Farnam St.
'Phone Doug. 1S26.
Ql.'ARE PIANO, rosewood case, good tone
and condition. SUJ.
Call U.7 N. 44tn St.,
i u 7:1 p. m.
U6 iias rm
tVsal aaa Bllllsral T a bias.
FOR SALE New and secondhand billiard
and pool tablea. Wa lead tha world la
cneap bar fixtures; easy payments. Brunie
wiua-Balka-Collandar, Wl . lvth St.
Tr pvwritars and llawtaa; Xwilin,
FOR SALE High grade secondhand type
writer; good condition; a bargain at fca.
Call room ou. baa Bldg. tl6 71
ONE Remington typawrttar. No. 1 in good
condition. lor saaa cheap. Call at &ae
office. GSi till
SEND us your mail ordeta ror drrigst
freight paid on 110 lota. Myers- Dli loo
Drug Co.. Omaha. OA)
HERWVN WILLIAM B CO.. bast mixed
paint. Sherman A McConnall Drug Co.
HAT. t per ton. Wagner. 801 N loth.
TWENTY i an cara of good clear ice for
aala. Mark N. Smith. Box Ua. A.bion,
Neb. U1 M741 Ac
GAS. ELECTRIC AND
Special low prirea during the eumrner ta
reduce stock, .order now ; goods delivered
BUEGES3 & GRAND EN CO,
Telaphona Dougiaa aSL
ni a. isth at.
RESTAURANT and oafe: rant 215.
biocka from poatufnea. Ws feed Im par
day. Address E &14. Bee. Muat sell at
or.isa. il 777 20x
DHl'Oo at cut prk-ea; frelgut paid on tu)
oraers; catalogue free.
HERMAN at ittONNEIi DRLO COl.
HOMEOPATHIC medicines, wholesale and
Sherman at McConnell Drug Co.
FOR SALE Fbrst-cUea store axturaa,
suowrasea etc Globe Land and t reat
ment Co.. llvil Farnam oU. Omaha.
BALLS aafaa. new. M-hand. uil Farnam.
fnR SALE Farcy cherries. Ihm a Fruit
Firm, a&l and M.luary Ave. Tel. Benaoa
4. (i) 74
leCR SALE At 7U2 So. Uth St.. store fix
tuiea. eiietvmg, count, rs. cases, cnaira,
adding machine and caah reg.ater.
WITJ.I AM J. CO AD. Trustee.
(-'Iearintf Sale on Motor Cycles
One Thomas. 4bt: one Mitchell, att: one
Wagoner, tlia); atia March. H'JK; one Cres-r-'ii.
t!S. osia Indian. 213, one Indian,
l:o. one Indian, with sida aaat, 21 To. oue
jiarsh. with Cure bar, 217&. Tha ahovM are
cx'.retnelv good ralua for the money.
iaji id riauica. ic3 capni w.
TTfF. FT,TE z-" 1Jy 7lol
gl-Ba raaaaase hatha aad
sal geltdus rub. Kouiu aa Baraer Biota,
lua sad satnam. ti J1J Six
"R AtJ5-AT NO. y JPCTH UTH
ST, UT HE Fl-tTVIiKS. SHELVING,
COUNTbUUI. TABLES. CASES. CH-CHi,
Wa. X CO AD.
taala. Wnavr. 412 N.
OFFERED FOR RENT
J lerella a ease Caatleaed.
FR 8ALIC r'nwl bosMlng hetee m the
riif, heet location, all f irmsned. hest
walking distance, etc.. : cheap. Ino'ilre M
Karhach blot k. Omaha. Neb ris
HAIR DRESSING establishment. In busi
ness section of city; tirst class !
IlKl.ed trwile Pary aollln nWin to ill
(xltn: Iprma rainhle. Addr" H ",
Bo. n Ml .V.1
LARSON CO. Book (raa.
D. O. BAR NELL, patent attorney and ma
china dal-ner. Puton Blk. Tt. Rd. li.
PATENT for aaJa or royalty: tmproTvl
'r atretrher. rtai No. 347..1!; a money
maker Pala ptlra M.uO. Gnd reaeon for
aelhnB. a. H. Weyant. Nachuea. I'.L
OMAHA Staiiunarera' InaUtuta. Rama
Bid. n f
(EWIXO marhlnea rented. Nab. Cyla Co.,
UtA and Uamoy. fnooa uiuf, inn.
vr A riVFTTPtraaunrnt and bath. Mm.
JIAU liHU dmilh, UM N. lit A, M floor.
FBTW bara-alna In id-hand aoda fountatna,
monthly paymanta. LwnchU ialt Farnam.
MUSICIAN.S to Join flrnt-claaa attri
tion, Aug. 10. to dnuhie band and r
chaatra, aiao Juvenile, lady: muat play
tAudard inuatc. Boa Hi", Beimonu. in.
OMAHA Steam Pasta Co., m an u f acrurra
pure flour paata, ail Cuming. Tolapnona
Oouglaa 1S2L ilHj
ECZEMA abanlutaiy aured by W. A. Puton
eaJra. B. J. oVcasnell, at-. Ka Wars Blk.
STRING E3, rubber roods, by mall: ctit
prirea. Sena for free catalogs. Myars-
uuion Drug Co.. Omaiia. t .
Dyin and clranins.. sponging and ahr1ns
lnsc only Sc par yagd. Send tor prloa list
GtjLI'MAN PLibATTNG CO
14 Douglas Block. TeL Douglas im
THflJ SALVATION ARMT solicits crat-oS
clothing: in fact, anything you do not
need. Wa collect, repair and sell, at 11
N. 11th St., for cost of collecting, to tha
worthy poor. Call phone Doug 4126 and
wagon will call. CO all
A COMPLEXION satin smooth and 'air
given by 3a On akin yowder. Four tlnta.
TOCNG WOMEN coming to Omaha as
strangers are tnvttsd to visit tha Toung
Women's Christian Association room a.
1518 Farnam etreet, where iliey will be
directed to sut table boarding places or
otherwise assisted. tls U
PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOME Mr
Dr. Kins. U& N. iuh BU Tel. Doug. UcA
. o M
MAGNETIC ,eoloy ma1f""T'
, V i "2?r M"1..? "tli"-
Room 2. UH Farnam St., Id floor.
A NICK, heslthy habv alrl for adnptloa
Addrees H care Bee. (18) iT" lit
BSAL ESTATE DBA LESi,
RUSSELL M KITRXCK CO.. 422 Runra
W H. TURRKT.I. 1( Pattarson Blk. Doug;
PATNE INV. CO.. 1st Soar N. T. L. Dous.
L. W BUNNELL CO-. 83 N. T. Ufa
Douglas al4S. CIS) u
R. C PETERS A CO.. Baa Bldg.
ALFRED C. KENNETJT. First NaT!
Bank Bldg. Phone Douglas 73.
GEO BOB CO MP ANT.
M01 Farnam. Tel. Douglas 754
CITT fropeutt fob alb.
4209 Cdmino- St.
7 rooms, modern except furnace, paved
street, good barn and some fine anade trees.
Ptlje.i2,160, on your own terms.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO. '
1st. FT. N. T. XJfe Bldg.
Tel. Doug. 17K1.
"If Ifs a bargain, they have It."
(191 M51 39
SEATTLE lots, cleared and level, fo, 220
down and 210 per month, near 19 1 lir
grounds, easy way to own tntln;r
grounda during the fair and then aell
at a big prone Particulars an. I ban 4
references furnished. Charles Dlelmann,
217 Bailey, building, Seattle. Wash.
(191 M724 Aox
SIX-ROOM COTTAGE ONLY
No. 2018 Lindsay Are.; good
cottage, located on full lot. 4tx
127 feet; good well of water;
only 2 blocks from Harney St.
car: house can easily be made
modern; there la a sewer tn
street. If you sre Interested
In this property do not pother
the tenant, but call at our of
fice and let us take vou out
and snow it to you. For fur
ther particulars aa to terms
QkjORxiS A CO., ltOl Farnam ?
Splendid 7-room new and all modern home,
eignt blocks from Bennett a etore. deieit
ne:r"borhood. paved street. Owner wants
to sell this ween.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
1st FI. N. T. Life Bids;.
Tel. Doug. 178L
"If it's a bargain, they hare tt."
-) Mali 20
will buy one of tha bast homes tn Kountxs
P'ace. Modern in every way. Large ban.
E-uit front. Street paved. Per in snoot
idewaik Easy terms.
Room f. New York Life Bldg.
Phone Douglas UM.
LIST your proparty with Curia Buyer,
22d and Cuming Bta (U at
BFMfS PARK DISTRICT
I rooms, brand new, atrtcUy modera. KikVa.
O'Kaafa Real Eatats Co.. lam N. T. Lite
IF YOU sre thinking or building it will
pay you to see the Western Home Bulld
r. rooms 21 -J L". S. Nat l Bank Bldg..
f jr prices and terms. Ui lu
-ROOM modern house, with Darn. 23 22
Lavenport St. 2.JU0, half vaau. Sea
owner on premises. GVl Mt73 t x
THE KERR ABSTRACT CO. S AB
STRACTS OF TITLd are the safest.
You are protected by a Ov.uOO "wnj
agalnat loaa by arrora You don t buy a
lawsuit when you buy a "Kerr" aostract.
1(14 Harney Tat. f"'glar SqfT (Jb
REAL ESTATE TITUS-TRU8T fr
CH.U & WILLIAMSON. Praa
It looking for a &, er 7-ceom eottaga aa
your own irrma 'pnoaa Web. late,
FOR SALB-Flra-acra tract at tahd sa Baav
son. thra blucas from car. auitaiiss fur
ruuiiuia or tat unvwvaataauv; aa or saw
xautjr bar aemaona auuuaua a -i Bea.
citt ratoPKNTT rog sala
LLT your proparty with tba Watwr
Hama Bulldara, nna. 3-J Nabraak a NatU
Bank H.de. n
J. II. Franklin of Baker Bron.
Telia Vhv He Bought La
OMAHA, J.ily r,. Payna Invest
ment Cn., City lent lemen: Reply
ing to your Inquiry aa to why I pur
chased a place in Kevatona Park,
will aay triat after looking tha city
over I derided Keyatona Park wonld
make a nicer place for a home than
aiiy other part of Omaha, besides
one acre coats leva than a lot. In the
city. W'jahing you deserved succeaa.
I am. reapectfully.
J. H. FRANKLIN.
FOR 8ALK' 4-room cottage, owner laavtng
city, will aelVt at a sarilftra, 18 Nona
(Ota, South Omaha. Tel. 171.
FARM AND A.1CI1 LAAD FOR SALal
WANTED Agents to represent as In tha
aaie of our Kansas lands. Write for Pc
tkulara. Globa Land and Iayestment "o
Omaha, Nab. i-a7
FOR SALES or trade. M0 acres. Greely
county, Kan., laud, cheap. Address bo
42 Lincoln, Neb. (3-l7 3
Kansas. Solomon Valley. Kansas,
lrtft acres unproved. 28) per acre.
Tjn acres, improved. 175 per acre.
i1 seres. Improved, 175 per sere.
72m sere, improved. ! per acre.
rj acres. Improved. 2 per ai re.
li aeres. impnivM. Ja per acre.
If vou want tn .-t a eood home cheap
come and Bee us.
J. M. Boyle, Bennington, rvan.
U't M742 Aiix
MONTANA ranih of J.nl acres. Improvarf
L K.t"f Jl ' rr. r-l . iir.ii.uio, f-i
Interested address G 799. Bee.
FIRST-CLASS Nebraska tarms and ranches
for homea or Investment. Bsmls. Omaha
NEED THE MONET Want to sell section
a-C-Sl, Cheyenne county. Nebraska; land
Is rolling, dark sandy loam, location
choice; rseh. 21.7S4; railroad contract nine
years to run from February. U'7. C"18.
Address W. O. Wirt. 714 Willow Ave.,
Council Bluffs. I. tJ MT47 4
RANCH FOR SALE L2 arras. Banner
county. Neb.. Improved, running water,
etc. ; 24. j0 per acre if taken at once. Kim
ball Land Co.. Kimball. Neb.
(JO) Ml 52 SOx
DOUGLAS COUNTY FARMS. f. lTo, ls
acres; -scre bsrgain. gnod upland, i
miles from Elkhorn. 2 per acre. J A.
Gibbons, Elkhorn. Neb. 20 77 Six
SPECIAL land bargain balance
of this month.
National Investment Co.,
(JO) 37 a
THE UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD CO.
has just placed on the market
THOUSANDS OF ACRES OF
In Western Wyoming:.
30.000 to Wm.uOO acres of fine aheap
erasing lands at
21.0 to 21 . PER ACRID
TERMS tine-tenth down payment and
ten years' time on the balance If you
Intend to Invest In cheap lands. BUT NOW,
The opportunity will not last.
For further Information apply to
Dept. "A." 218 3. 15th St.
(20) MTU Aug3
ARE TOTJ interested In South Dakota T If
so write to th A. C. Brink Land Co. of
Pierre. S. D., concerning the IS.iMO acres
of farm lanos they awn In Hughea and
8ully ooumlea They will answer you
gladly. (2o M37J AI
TOTTR CHANCE 30.000 acres, smooth corn
land. Fanhandle. Texas. 28.U0 an acre,
on railroad, one-third cash. Box 462,
Hlhley. Iowa 20) M2t3 30x
REAL ESTATE LOANS
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H.
Thomas, mjb First National Bank Bldg.
LOANS on lmprored Omaha property.
O Keef B. E. Co, Hal ti. K. Llf, Bid,.
H.OU.O0e TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property la Omana. lowest raiea;
no delay. Thomas Brennaa. Boom L N.
T. Ltfe. ta) mu
WANTED City loans snd warrants. W.
Farnam Smith A Co.. IXat Farnam St.
2SW TO S&U.0OS TO LOAN at loweet rates:
no delajr. OAilVLN BROS. KM FAB NAM.
a Ui vl
PRIVATE MONEY?. D. Wead. l&B Doug.
MONET TO LOAN Payne Invastment Ca
LOWEST RATES Bern is, Pazton Block.
WANTED City loans, a. C Peters A Co.
WANTED TO BORROW
WANTED A Moan of 21. SCO on residence
property, from private party. T 146. Bee.
(24) 2 2x
WANTED TO BORROW
21. 0O to emaige a gnod paying business
with prlrelee-e to rejce loan yearly Ad
dress W 77a, Eee. i24 31
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy. second-hand furniture,
coux and Dealing loves, carpels, lino
leums, otflre furniture, old clotues and
ahoea, planus, faauiera. bed pillows, luilts
and ail kinds of loois; or will buy tha
furnituro of your house complete. WU
buy antique or mahogany furniture. The
highest pr.cee paid. Cail the right man.
TeL Douglas SfTL i3-MJ Aug2B
CARD CABINET' of 14 to drawers for
card t by Incht-a: s'.sis pnee; must be
cbaap. Address L aWL Bea. (Xj .12
MYSELF and partner want fnr caah B.OTs)
to r.2.i etork general merchandise, do
ing good busineaa n good town. Pur
chase from owners only. Discount be
low 31 cents ou dollar. Addreaa. Y 122,
Baa. IZr-UMl augix
CASH paid for old books. Crane-Foya Cav.
ill sV lath. Phone Douglas laU.
I WANT to buy a republican weekly paper
and job office in co. Beat town in Ne
braska. Caan. Write Y 21 J. Bea.
tS 1 Bt
W A NTET To buy a second hand, flat
bu'tuned row brmt. must be in fairly
good condition and rhtaj State price.
Address, at T&2, Baa. Zk, S1D sx
WANTED TO BUT T or S-raa ra modern
nous in kooa Kx-a.ity, south of LH.dge
u aaorraa (J i.a. Ms. ca) M4 a
WANTED A aacond-hand Shetland pony
can or camaaa, Aaoraaa F 7VB. Be.
Onlra, IS twwtt
Stockert sells carpets
Pumps. J. Zoiler Mer. Col
Ed Rogers' Tony Faust bear.
Fine engravings at Leffert's.
See Schmidt's elesant new phctoa
BUT BORWICK'B PURE PAINTS.
PETERSEN A SCHOENINO SELL RUG9
Lewis Cutler, funeral director, phone 2T.
Woolrlng Undertaalng company. Tel. 524).
Picture framing. C. K. Alexander. Z2S B wy.
Dr. Susan Snyder arrived horns yesterday
from a visit in Boulder. Colo.
DIAMONDS AS AN INVESTMENT.
TALK TO LEFKERT ABOUT IT
W. N. Clifford, superintendent of the city
; . hooia. left last evening fur Orange City,
Mias Nettle rjray has gone to St. Johns,
New Brunswick, where ahe expects to make
Ivan hoe enmmandery. Knights Templar,
will meet in special convocation tlr.s even
ing for work in tne Red Cross denn-e.
BUDWE1SER BOTTLED BEER IS
SERVED ONLY AT FlHST-rLAtfS BARS
AND CAFES. L. ROSEN FELD CO., Agls.
WE WILL DELIVER ALL SlZKS OF
HARD COAL DURING AUGUST FOR 21'
A TN. WM. WKLflH. 14 N. MAIN ST.
A big discount ale at P. C. DeVols'
all the coming week. If you need a
lawn mower, refrigerator or gas stove,
now Is the time to buy.
The cltv council will meet In adtoumed
regular session thia evening. Aa far as la
known tliere 's nothing of Importance to
come before the meeting.
L. P. Madnen. the pioneer automobile
garage man of Council Bluffs, is enlarx.ng
hie premises at T7-.!2X Weot Rrnadwav. The
improvements will renr-seni an outlay of
Mr and Mrs. William Boart of ShkuIc
W aah.. ar guests of Mr and Mr. T'lomaF
Main. 23 Av-nue B Mr. Boart was in
charge if Die interior decoration of the
Josle Lamhkins will have a hearing be
fore JtiM'.ce Cooper tomorrow on the
charge of stealing 220 from the residence
of Sally Davenport. Both the accused and
the complainant are colored.
One of tha gang of Greeks employed at
the Union Pacific transfer ysrda, was se
verely crushed between two cars yesterday
afternoon and was removed to the Jennie
Edmunrtson Memorial hospital. Hla in
juries were said to he possibly fatal.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Harvev, formerly of
Council Bluffs, now of Denver. Colo., hare
arransed to rettirn with their family to
this city. Mm. Hsrvey Is the dsughter of
the late Tlomas Tostevln and the family
will occupy the old Toatevtn residence on
The following teachers !n the public
schools have resigned: Miss Paula
shall. Miss Jessie Farlow. Miss Ethel Rey
nolds and Miss Ethel Kendall. Miss Mary
Coga-eshsll. Mias Klisahetn Morris and Miss
Sarah Sparks have been elected to flu
three of the vacancies
The Martens Sanitary laundry on Fourth
street has suspended operations. Lack of
patronage, coupled with a strike among
the girls In one of the departments. Is said
to Be responsible for the closing. C. D.
Patterson, who had been manager of the
laundry recently, resigned his position snd
Mr. Martens found himself unable to con
tinue the business alone.
Horses and oaiOa hauiad, free of ohatrge.
uarnags. aanee, manure aad all raa-
blBk. clean vaults and eaa
work dona Is guaranteed.
CsJU promptly attended lav
It 4. PnoTie lllf T Bell Rad Itf8 I
BllJKLsJCK. at GIBSON.
WANTED TO BUY
FOR SALS A new all modem cottage,
story and a half, on macadamised road,
ten minutea' waik from buslnesa section;
owner leaving city. Apply 532 3. 24th Ave.
(3S 93 20
WANTED Pair of gnats broken to drive:
also harness. Apply W. H. Thomas, cars.
J. L. Brandela at Sons. (2S 4 30
WANTED TO RENT
2 ROOMS and board with private family,
near edge of town and car line. Address
A-702, care Bee. (28) 13. 30x
SMALL family wa.it 4 or fi-room cottage
about August 1st. Address. N "74. Bee
(Co) M478 Autr.'x
WANTED To rent, furnished and unfur
nished rooms for light housekeeping.
Omaha Rental Co., 302 N. Y. Life Bldg.
TeL Douglas MM. 2fi M?o2 Aug3
WANTED Work by the day by exp- rt
enred dressmaker. Call on or address
Ua Capitol Are. 'Phone Hamey-l-Jsl.
WANTED Position as compositor; six
months' experience. Address Y 12, Bee.
(27 MISi AugSx
SMALL bundles ef laundry taken home.
Rough dry. See per dosen, shirt waists,
2t-c and up. 2707 No. 2tith. i27 14 2
TEACHER, without noma, experienced as
houaeiterper. wants situation during sum
mer, or will stay Indefinitely in desirable
home where ahe may taae piano lessons.
Would Ilka to be on farm. Address L-762,
cara Baa. (27 M42S Alz
E2CPERIENCED stsnographer. Addi
n . Omana Bea, IS Scott SC. Co. Blurts
SITUATION wanted by flrst-claaa coach
man. Address C 742, cara Bee.
(27) mux x
COUNTRY printer wanes permanent posi
tion: not a boose fighter or cigaretta Send,
strict attention U business; references.
Address B-43. care Bea. (2TJ Tl 30x
PROPOSALS FOR THREE BRICK
buildinga. Department of tbe Interior. Of
fice of Indian AiTalra. Washington. D. C.
July 25. Us'7. Sealed propoaaia, plainly
marked on the outside of the envelope
"PropoBAia for Buildings. Wahputon, Norm
Daaoia. ' and addressed to the Commis
sioner of Indian Affairs. Washington, D
C . will be received at the Indian jmce un
til 1 o'clock p. m.. August 2. UsI. for furn
ishing and delivering ths necessary ma
terials and la nor required to construct and
complete an employes quarters with plumb
ing, steam heat and eiectrtc Hunting, also
a bam and work enop both wuii plumuing
and electric llirnting. ail of brick. In strict
acc irtiani-e wuii me plans, speciilcationa
and instrui-tions ti lodders. wiiicn may be
examined al ttas office, tne offices ot tha
Improvement Bullet'n. Minneapolis. Minn.;
the American Contraitor. Chicago. ill.;
Forum and Republican. Fargo. N D. ; Pi
oneer Press, St. Paul. Minn.: The Bee.
Omans. Nen. ; Builders and Traders' ex.
chans-es at Omana. Neb.; St. Paul. Minn i
and Minneapolis. Minn.: the Nor-n western
Manufacturers association. St. Paiki.
Minn., the United States Indian warehouses
at Chic&gu. 111.; Omaha. Neb.; St. Louia.
Mo.: New Yiirk. N. T. ; and at the school.
For furtner infor-nation apply to James C.
Cliffiird, Supenntendent. Wanpeton. North
DaMots. C. F. LARRABEE. Acting Com
missioner. 1 11 1 JvJu-A1.2..S.10.12.1.lT
JAPAN, CHI1I. PHILLIPINES, H39
LULU A .13 AUSTRALIA
By tba Stays! Mail 3 team era af tha
Canadian Pacific Railway
ailing fraan Vaacaaivar. B. C
t'nacrtle Mmca ta 'Be o-ianl aa mbt suaai
OTB, Ka?Tie i1 laala. g:nrvs ul 'tua Mil
graerwss ni Jipaa. Thiea smatni are tea
liaii Bxwiia aim m Ira aa m aw Ina
waaira BfoeMas.. Tartar aS a--kBja.
rwrTT ess ma at caoia tnwsneca sair. at
Me eBta. SBillssa bbbs
tanm Mfwaa. Mlovsrs a&S aoraaat fana
tea oair ha to Ami. ta esmdaat aaaaaa
MoeBileaa. aaillnss sans a a)oaa
Par rmiav lalormat lea aas IM BiaJe, aa
L C Skrav. Csa-AgA. Xtt S. Clsrk 9A, Catraas
. Tat. aSw
TALK OF CONCRETE BRIDGES
Bid Asked for Two Over Indian
Creek to B Received Aajpst 19. j
MAYOR ADV0CAIZ3 TEE FLA5
Belief Is Bsarri
Tkey Will R
Steel, aa tha Latter Weed
If tha Initial cost is not too rrast tha
several bridges serosa Indian creek w'll be
gradually replaced with conrrete structures.
This has been practically decided hy the
city council. As a starter In this direction,
bids lisve been asked for the construction
of two reinforced concrete bridges wtth re
talnlng wails, at North Eighth and Frank
The bids have to ha In the hands of City
Clerk Sans by noon of August U.
The be-dgea at Eighth street and Frank
street are subjected to much traffic and
both are In need of. extensive repairs. In
fact, for several yean a new 'bridge has
been needed at Eighth street, the construc
tion of the present one making It a dam
for debris In times of high wstcr In Indian
creek. Mavor Macrae is a strong advocate
if concrete bridges and It is at his urgent'
suggestion that the council has decided ,
tn secure figures on this clsss of bridge.
The present bridges over Indian creek
re in constant need of repair, involving
i heavy annual expense. This is especially
:nie of the hrtdges at Frank. Bryant. Main
and North Eighth streata.
Bye Glass Insurance.
liny your glasses of us and we will in
sure them against everything but accidents
Dr. W. W. Maganell. optician. 10 Parl SC
The reason why Hafer does the business
Is that ha delivers the best goods to your
nearest station at the least cost.
OPPOSITION TO RODGER' PARDON
Coaaty Attorney Heaa Aaasaarea He
Will Fight It.
"I shall certainly oppose any attempt on
the part of William C. Rodgers to secure
a pardon." stated County Attorney J. J.
Hesa, when told that Rodgers expected to
have hla case presented to the Board of
Pardons created hy the prison law en-
acted by the last general assembly
William C. Rodgers was c onvicted of the
murder of Saloonkeeper Bert Forney, who
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was snot ana Hint. a on ine nisrr.i or Ann
2. 1KO. in his saloon at 1028 West Broad
may, by two masked robbers. He la now
serving a twenty years' sentence In the
penitentiary at Fort Madison.
Rodgers was arrested by Detective Cal
laghan, tha evening of the day following
the murder. Wrien the officer approached
Rodgers, who was taken into custody aa
ha was leaving the office of the Evans
laundry on Main street, Rodgers attempted
to draw a revolver on the detective.
Rodgers was Identified at the time by
Cnarlea LetehfoTd as the robber who had
held him up and robbed him at tha point
of a revolver In hla butcher shop on South
Main street on the night of March X just
a month prior to the murder of Forney.
Rodgers was also suspected by the police
of being Implicated In the blowing of the
safe in the office of Uie Evans laundry.
hut fur a h i. knnwn th.v
any direct evidence connecting him
James Chkney, a fbrmei' Omaha hack
driver who was playing cards with For
ney the night the latter was shot and
killed. Identified Rodgers aa ona of the
two holdup men who entered the saloon.
Chaney was arrested by the police but
later released. At hla trial Rodgers put
up an alibi, claiming ha was In Chicago
the night of the Forney murder.
Since his conviction and tmprlaonment
Rodgers has been persistent in his efforts
to secure a pardon or parole, but so far
without success. Some months ago when
it wua reported that Rodgers had applied
to Governor Cummins for a pardon pro
tests were sent to the governor from the
officers of several counties, who while they
offered no opinion as to Rodgers guilt or
lnnocense In the Forney case, aaaumed
that he was rightfully convicted and aa-
he was a bad man to
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.o rTer ,,P , . . .l .7"i
e .1 1 ttaWaitam th. tima.
of tha Forney murder, received a letter
from Rodgers stating that be expected to
have hla case brought before the newly
created Board of Pardona and asking Cap
tain Cousins to assist him In securing
either a pardon or parole.
A' few month, ago dispatches from Dea
Moines announced that Fat Crowe had
called upon Governor Cummins in tba In
terest of Rodgers, claiming 'to hare posl
tlrs knowledge that Rodgers was not the
man who shot and killed Forney.
ZO Few Cent Dlaresst Sa2 am S
Wa are making a reduction of 3t per cent
on everything in our stock. Ths sale be
gins Saturday. July 27. and lasts aeren
day a We want to close out our summer
goods, that's tha reason. Duncan Shoe
company. 22 South Main street.
Reliable picture framing, pictures framed
or unframed. The latest oolorlngs and real
works of art. Reasonable prloaa. Bor
wlck. 211 South Main street.
Between 2S0 and 300 friends and guests
gathered at Danish hall last night to wit
ness tha wedding of Miss Sarah Saitxman.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Saitxman of
tnis city, and Mr. David Fog of Omaha.
The ceremony was performed by Rabbi
Cohn of Omaha, following which a wedding
supper was served and dancing enjoyed
until a late nour. Mr.
make their home in
and Mrs. Fox will
tni. city for ths
CARRIAGES ALWAYS READT. CALL
n BOTH PHONES. GRAND LTVEJtT.
J. W. AND ELMER E. MINNICK. PRO
George W. Klein. IS South Main
Phones: ln. V Black: Bell. S4S.
rhararee Aajalaat Park Follewsaaa.
The Board of Park Commissioners will
meet tonight to take action In the matter
of the charge filed against Peter Shea,
special policeman and caretaker at Baylies
park. She. 1. charged with brutally kick
ing in the face O. S. Barntt. a farmer of
Underwood. Ia.. whom he had found enjoy
ing a aiesta on the psrk grasa A number
of eye witnesses declare the assault was
entirely unprovoked and are expected to
give their testimony before the board this
evening. Congressman W I. Smith and
Attorney George S. Wright appeared brfore
the board Saturday night against Shea.
People residing around Bayllss park have
had reason, it is said, on previous occa
sions to complain of Shea a ill-temper.
raarral af Wllllaaa krasa.
Tha body of William Kraak. wboaa death
resulted from injunee received in an ele
vator accident Friday evening at tba
Pearey elerator. will be taaeo this aftar
noon ta Waiiaa. Nea.. tha former home of
tba deceased, for bunal. abort
ps -V -a t-y aa
BBB Owr Kerlaa's swaaea -eawtataa bat
a Beat S aa aaa ef Aleeaal.
Is brewed and aged on honor.
Full of character and beer body.
A hop tonic, malt nourishment
and delicious beverage, all in one.
Try any of these brands
whether on draught or la
bottles wherever you can
!eAs- Private Stock, Wiener,
803-10 Donglas St- Cor. "th.
'PUoaa Doalaa 10411.
' will he hliS at noon at the family rest
, dence. 173H Filth avenue, followed hv serv
Ices at the "lerman Lutheran church, of
which Mr. Kraak was a member, before
the body Is taken to the train.
Office Space for Rent.
Eight feet wide, eighteen feet long, on
around floor, opposite Nebraska Telephone
building. IS Scott street; central location.
only one-half block from Broadway Er.
erythlng new, electric light; for 21 a month.
Omaha Bee., 15 Scott street
CHICKEN PIE SUPPER at Broadway
church, Saturday evening. Prlre. 26c.
I in pro rem e a t flab Oaewfna;.
The West Council Bluffs Improvement;
club has decided 'n formally open its club
I house, cn Broadwav near Thirty -fifth
street, tomorrow evening. An interesting
program, whlrh will include addresses hv
Consrssman Walter I. Smith. Senator C.
j G. Saunders. Dr. P. J. Montgomery. John
j M. Galvtn. M. Rnhrer. G. H. Scnit and
others has been arranged by the committee
' in charge. Refreshments will he served bv
I the members of the West Council Bluffs
j Woman's cUjh, which is composed of the
j wives and daughters of the members of the
i With the formsl opening of the club house
the dun will resume its activities and It
1 l - . v. . . v. 1 n, i . h.illHIn
, yciun. -1 mm m m
will be the scene during the fall and winter
of a number of entertainments.
Ice cream flavored wth pure
something that arMl please you.
Candy Kitchen. M Prosdway.
Petersen ft Schoenlng aell matting.
Iowa News Notes.
CEDAR RAPIDS-Saturating a eom
fofer with chloroform, and wrapping It
tlghtlr ahnut her head. Margaret Thorp,
daughter pf Mrs. Clara E. Tliorp of Vinton,
a pretty girl of 17 or 18 yesra of age. lav
down in her street clothes on the bed at
the Pullman house last evening. Whei
found at i o'clock this afternoon she had
been dead for several hours.
ATLANTIC The Bank of Grlswold. of
which M. H. Wilcox, a former democratic
candidate for congress in ihls district
I president, has been reorganized snd will
enter the neiu or nations! oanks as in
Efl X-, V. .... 1. , 1 .4 TI..
Ithl'": " I '
taken up largely by farmers, and Mr. w II
cox probahlv will be president. It will
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start business about ths Mb. of tha month.
I ATuA.n rii.-l re city council ot tnis place
I Is considering the advisability of chang-
! ing the system of pumping water for the
water works pisnt, and installing com
pressed air as a power for the pumps in
plsce of steam. A representative of a hlg
company has been here Investigating, anil
estimates that it will require about 21.30ft!
to make the change, and that It will give
people on the hill, where the water prea-
sure is now weaa ana wnere water cannot
be secured sometimes, ample supply of
water at all times.
rati iaa nnftiafA "Fi ir ni AnAitiri
UUii UHAWi Hit BiU LrlUWU
Kraaj Park Sees Great Tkroa
A aa sable to Hear Splendid
Duss and his hand drew the largest .it
tendance Sunday for any Sunday thia
season at Krug psrk. During the closing
" ! days of the return Duss engagement the
petjpie oi umui. are ....nun. "
re musical trtmt. that are being af-
torde. by incompbi, organisation.
elections on the afternoon and
evening programs and the superb rm- stance, the pnefs for canton nannei uraw
dertng of the same charmed the thousands j enl for men delivered at the Soldiers' horn
present, and nearly every number was on- , .t Marshalltown per doxen for the last
cored. Mr. Duss responding cheerfully to trw y,ars during which exactly the same
the demands of the two large audiences. , quality and make of goods has gotten tha
Two people were present, Mr. and Mrs. j contract la as follow.: 1902, .; 1904, 26.7.1
Sweat of Chicago, who had undertaken ; iy6i c jy,. 24.82H; 12o7. 2.7S.
a journey of 1.000 mile, to hear Mr. i ' In' ,,', clothing the price, on suits hava
Duas and his band. They did not miss ' Jumpe(j from 2T paid In 19 to 27 50 In 190S
ona of, tha concerts at Rlvervlew park ' . r. , 1S(7 Tha Dr!caa on men s over-
during the recent Chicago ngage
ment. They decided to spend the week
end In Omaha, so they came here Satur-
j day morning and were guests of Mr.
Duss during their brief stay, returning
bome on a Sunday evening train. The
musical people of Omaha hava something"
to think over when they consider 'he full
importance that attaches to their long
trip to aatlsfy a musical longlne.
Today and tomorrow are Omaha Bee
days. The Duas band will play from 4:30
to 1 30 p. m. and 2 to 10:20 p. m. To
night the program will be Russian music.
Apalarhla" will ha played for the first
time. The coupon, printed In our ad
vertising columns, when cut oat and pre
sented at the Krug park box office, by a
lady, will be honored for admission wh-tn
accompanied by a person holding a paid
Wednesday will be Gilmore day. Frl-
J aay will be patrol and soloists' night, and
Finn'. Greater Omana band will play a
ragtime program" Friday evening. Tha
closing Duss concert will be given Satur
day afternoon. The band will leave that
evening fnr Toronto. Canada
Tonight the musical picture of tha burn
ing of Moecow In Tachaikowaky's over
ture, "1412." is programed among other
FpJj f F? 5 fj ft fr-A lk joy of the household, for w
I f A I f 7 V"V it no happiness can b complete.
IP 1 1 IVJJ sweet the picture of mothor and
LLAlL Li Vi an eels smila at and corn man
feel the exquisite thrill ef motherhood with indescribable dread and
fear. Every woman should know that the danger, pain and horror
of child-birth cau be entirely avoided by the mte of M tether's FriBTiat,
a scientific liniment for external use only, which toughens and renders
citable all tha narta. and
asuu nature in it sublime
work. By its aid thousands
of women have passed thia
great cnsis in perfect safety
snd witasut pain. iSold
buttle by dtuggists. Our
value ta ail women sent
:, INCREASED COST OF LIVING
Records in Des Moines Show Stat
Pays More for Supplies.
DRY GOODS MARKS BIO ADVANCE
Wearer la ntacaaelnaT Hla
to Colonise Xegm im
a Hla t kaataagaa
i From a Staff ("orrespondent.)
I pF1, vtiMNES J'lly 3 ' Special. tn
crease in the cost of living Is shown parMF
hy t;ie records of tue Hoard of Control
office, onlv partly because from the fact
that the support f ind has remained about
the same the board has been forced to ra-
duce the quality of the goods' or change)
the nature of the gooda purchased entirely.
The ln rease has been on practically every
thing that Is purchased hy the hoard fo
use in the slate institutions. By the com
pletion of big chimneys at many of the In
stitutions the statP is shle now to bilrt
steam coal instead of lump, which mskea
a saving. On practically everything else)
that the state buys it Is paying more money
Here are some of th comparisons of
prices paid hy the board for a number of
For Lockwood unbleached aheetlng.
yard and three-quarters wide, the board
this year awarded a contra. at 20 cents
yard. Last year the award was at IS1 cental
a vard. the year before 144 cents and tha
vear before that 14 cents. This year tha
firm getting the contract would not guar
antee to f'irnlsh Lockwood sheeting. bu
does guarantee to furnish something Just
For canned com the board has paid
these prices: 19l-2. per doxen cana. K
cents: 19W-J. cents. 1WVM. 73 to 75 cents;
19T4.5. 75 cents: !-?. 54 to 67 cents; lr-T,
5IH to &4 cents; 1907-. Si to m cents.
For csnned pesches the board paid psF
doxen gallons In 1IT-1-2. for the Clsr.noa m
I .c Via
Istltutton. 2SS. the mnnn, tr
ar . in
i . r rrL tt n.n m..ak
. in th. nert 2S.07V4. the next S5.A
the next. 25.S5 and this year, for the 130T-S
stock, the contract la awarded at 2B.0S. but
the quality of the crop this year la net
nearly so good.
For canned tomatoes the board patCt
In ir'l. and the price haa gone stead
ily up till this year the contract prU-e la
rv,. oHcea nald for flour varies, as does)
many other things thst ths board buy.
many mh-i --- -
I fT the vsrtotis institutions, the question as:
, hl enIartn T!ii maximum and min-
l . i,... nald for flour by the ooara
. period of years Is as follows:
Price Per RM.
.. 23 . "J -aa S
. J 35 f Vt
... 2 1S'-ril2'B
... lot h4..w
.. S2J G4.9S
i The contracts for irt7-. soon to be
i will likely be conslderaDiy up.
, win u.oir ' .
j The prtc on dry good, of various kind,
mark, the highest jump of anything per-
hap. that the board purcnaaea.
I coats was 17 25 In 1906, S7. in IK aad
! M ... lOriT
! The figures
on coal consumed at tha)
various Institutions do not tell tha story.
Mr. Cownie of the board estimates that tha
prices of coal have gone up about an even
21 a ton during tha last few years. Tha
figures ahow more or less of an irregular
Increase for lump coal, but the board has
now changed to steam coal for moat at
tha Institutions whenever steam coal Is to
be had. A little lump coal is bought foa?
each Inatltutlon because lump eoal Is tha
! onJy alnd that can bo stored and a supply
for emergency use must be kapt at each,
Institution to avoid danger of strikes and
tha like. Steam or slak coal cannot be)
stored because of Its liability to catch on
fire by spontaneous combustion. But be
cause of the kind of coal purchased not
being slways the same the figures) do not
tell the story of the Increase in pries. Tha
amount that tha board ia actually paying
for coal may be a little less la tha total
sum at soma institutions because I sara
coal la uaed instead of lump.
N. Y. Plumbing Co.. Tel.
ltjela smile at and command the
k iis. y
thoughts and aspiration of the mother
bending over the cradle. The ordeal through
which the expectant mother must paae, how
ever, ia so full of danger and iufferins; that
aha looks forward to the hour when she shall
I M II M V IS'-s '' V v
id at fi.oo per IT3 fTN
book of priceless) It, ' )
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