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THE OilAIIA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1907.
OFFERED FOR SALE
ftmmo (M-gena Coatlaoed.
At rrf 16W "prices thlB week. New. shop
worn, jeturned Irom rent iml second-hand
planu s on ule In. our bargain room Mlh
floor,) Many old iiluiM- make among
the A. n. wliaao, Emerson. Kimball,
Hallet Davis, Iv.r as l'o-.id, Bt ger
rrk-e further reduced on the follow ing
ntnkv thl weeki
Kimball upright, good ton 17
Arlrm oprlcht, oak rase 115
Schult upright, inal-ocany rase ...v.... i: 2
Cnl-ianbus upright.- mahogany cif 14
Schubert upright, , larg alia IK
Termor 11 to lit cah ; S3, l to $5 monthly
on tho- balance.
Finoo tunod, repaired and moved, at
Sch'moller & Mueller
, Piano Co.
Th6r Doug. 163.
1S11-131I rarnam 6L
FOR SALE CHEAP-Rtory Clark cabinet
organ, 11 atopa, a beautiful, strong-toned
Instrument, suitable for church or honw.
good -condition; cost 1.S0. Addresa L 734,
FINE Upright Kimball piano. IDS. Dealer
do pot call. 119 Davenport.
- . (16)-720 29x
.pool and Billiard Table.
. t '.
TOR' SALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool tablea. "We lead the world In
cheap bar fixtures-, easy payments. Bruna-Wtok-Balke-Coiloridr..
407 8. 10th St.
Typewriters and s-ewlnsr MacalaM,
FINK Remington No. (i, -with cover, SW:
call" at once" as I need the room. 541
Vaxton block. (1G M757 26
rOR PALE High trade second-hand type
writer; good condition; a bargain at $50.
Call room , Bets Bldg. U6 671
ONE. Remington typewriter. No. 6, In good
condition, lor sale cheap. Call at Be
FOR SALE Nearly new Remington type
writer, with oak table; 145. 641 Paxton
block. ' . (1)-M3 24
GAS. ELEQTRIC AND
Largest, most up-to-date stock at lowest
prices-in the olty, select now. Delivered
when needed. Inspection Invited.
BURGESS - URANDEN CO.,
Ill So. loth St. - Tel. Doug. iSL
- (lt 4S&
HAVE paid over one-third on my contract
for Americanised Encyclopedia Britan-nlca;-
owing; to sickness am not able to
keep up payments. Will give my conlraot
and 'ooks to anybody willing; to keep
up same. Address F 74, care Bee.
FOR SALE Onyx soda fountain, 24-syrup,
two body, refrigerator base, counter au
tomatic carbonator, niter,- all as good as
new; also drug otore fixtures, counters
and show cases, Howell Drug Co., 16th
and Capitol Ave. (.! ms
FOR SALE .A butcher's refrigerator, sev
eral show cases, a new peanut roaster
large coffee mill, two large automatic
oil tanks and store fixtures too numerous
to mention. Globe Land and Investment
Co.. Omaha. Neb. (16)-M89S
FOR SALE Finest boarding- house la the
. city; best location, all furnished: walk
K lng distance,, etc ; oheap. Inquire feU
ivaroncb iJlocav Omaha, Xseb.
;et -. !)-
DRUG at cut prices; freight paid on 110
orders;, catalogue free.
BUKtUtAM1 - CONN ELI, UO -CO.,
Utnua, piet. (!) 167
FOR SALE About October L on 800-gal
Ion W'orthlngton duplex pump, alee 12x
K'ttxJO. W. H. Brldgea, engineer Omaha
Bee. (16) M679
FOR SALE Cheap, complete outfit of mov
ing pictures for travel. Inquire ltJ
Howard bu, room 14, Id floor. Call be
tween. J and 4 p. m. (16) M&I7 ftx
FOR RALE On roll top Jeweler' bench
acid on lath; only used four week. Ad
ursa.H. 1. Ennia, Bruce, 8. D.
' Q MK18 tlx
HOMEOPATHIC, medicines, wholesale and
retail. Shermad & McConnell Trug Co.
SEND US .yoor .mall order for drug;
freight paid on $lu lota. Myers-Dillon
Drui Co.. Omaha. U6 &4
SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO.i beat mixed
palut, Sherman V McConnell Drug Co.
r . -- : r (llj-W
HALLIB fs. new. 2d-hand. ISIS Farnam.
V - - (16 M
HAY-4 per ton. Wagner, SOI N. 16th.
1 (U) MM
SECOND-HAND rubber ho-, tool. Singer,
41 If. lth. (l)-7iS
FOR BALE Several load rock. 1931 So.
Hh. - (16)-MJ6 26x
THREE One tool chest, also butcher'
meau block; U each, log N. 16th.
. o)-n i
D. O. BARNELL, patent attorney and ma
chine designer, Paxtua Blk. Tel. Red 7117.
LARS6N ft CO.-Book free.
THE ELITE lady operator
' glvee raaesage and chaly.
beate Vrub bath. Room Sun, Barker block,
lath and Farnam. New eatabiishment.
(l) M761 r
WILL' the gentleman who saw a passenger
struuic by the conductor on a North Uth
St. oar, coming south near Cummlng on
the evening of August 9th, kindly send
bis address to A.- II. Murdock, 217 New
York Life Bldg., Omaha. (1 M730 25x
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits cast-olt
clothing; in fact, anything you do not
noed. W collect, repair and sell at 114
N. Uth St., for cost of collecting, to the
worthy poor. Call 'phone Dotg. 41S3 and
wagon, will calk n-ii
YOUNG WOMEN coming to Omaha as
strangers are invited to Viait the Young
WoiaeA Christian Association rooms 15.4
Farnam street, where they will be di
reeled to suitable boarding places or
Otherwise aaalst4. US) 9l
LADY SKILLED IN SCIENCE OF M 48
SAGE, and stranger In Omaha, desire
pal run a: tvrub bath. manUur and chir
opody, lo24 Dodge Bt., corner Uth, oppo
site . Q. (U 654 x
BACHEliOR GIRL, cultured, pretty, will
wed phyatulan, widower, established prac
tice: Under 60 years old do not answer
Addrtss Y l'Ji. Omaha Bee.
Stammerer' Institute. Ram
A FAIR, sweet st;n akin secured ualng
hatta kln crvmi Dd face powder, lie.
SEWING machine rented. Neb. Cycle Co..
Uth jluJ Harney. 'Phone . Douglas 16-4.
FEW bargains In Id-hand soda fountains,
monthly payment. Detight. Mi Farnam.
ECZEMA absolutely cured by W. A. P-ixton
salve. B J. tkanlan. agt., guy Ware blk.
" " - ' . ' (ISJ-JOJiJ
STHIKGavri, rubber goods, bv malH cut
r...'. b"nd t0T fr" catalogue. Myer.
Dllloa trug Co.. Omaha. ai6
PPIVATH CONFINEMENT HOMri3'T7
Dr. King. 1S3) N. Jith St. Tel. Web. 1X9.
MAfJKETIf! Osteology and .
v spur ami in o
Uoom t, 1?04 Farnam St-
REtL fiSTATB DBALKIl
RUSSELL & M'KITIUCK CO, 432 Rami.
W. H. TURKELL, 1 Patterson BMt. Doug.
PAYNE 1NV. CO.. 1st floor N. T. L. Pern;.
17S1. - (ll)-400
R. C. PETERS CO.. Bo Bid. (!) 1
U W. BUNNELL A CO., S3 N. T. Life.
Douglas 1149. tl tui
ALFRED C. KENNEDY, Jf Flrt Nafl
Bank BldK. "Phone Douglas 77S. tw a
GEORGE & COMPANY.
11 Farnam. TeL Doi-.glaa 756.
C M. RICH 16th & Locust. Tel. Web 1 474.
art rHOPKitTY ron salb.
Oiled drives where? In Kxystone Park,
of course. We are the first In Omaha or
Nebraska to oil the roads. Oo out by horse,
aoto or on foot, or call and we will take
you out to sea Keystone Fark and It oiled
avenue. No dust no mud. Really Key
atone Park is a thlnf of beauty and Joy
forever. Let us show you the property.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
1st Floor N. T. Life Bldg.'.
Tel. Doug. 1711.
D. V. SIIOLES COMPANY,
110 Board of Trade Bldg.,
Tel. Doug. 49.
' tl9 6J 24
6-ROOM cottage. 2602 Pcappleton avenue,
one block from nt w fMiuth 24th street
car line; water, sewer, gas, cement si do
walk, permanent curb and asphalt -paving,
all paid for. Unusually large lot,
60-ft. front. 160 ft. deep. Room on lot
for 2 large houses. Lot high and
sightly. A great bargain; $2,600 00
Apply to owner, William A. DeBord, 620
First National Bank building.
(1) M7S0 25
ANOTHER NEW COTTAGE
ON EASY TERMS, $2,200
44A4 N. Xh St.. just south of A me Ave.,
new and up-to-date, modern except fur
nace, large lot, 64x132. paved street, close
to car and school. Be sure to see It.
R. II. LANDERYOU, " '
Tel. Douglas 2151. . Board of Trade Bldg.
. (IV M7M 26
EAST FRONT-GEORGIA AVE.
NEAR PACIFIC ST.
T rooms, all 'modern, hard-wood finish
downstairs, cement basement, permanent
walk all around the house) everything
paid. Will .rent for 4X5, per month to
morrow. Owner must selL
v - BIRK3STT. & TEBBENS,'1"
423 BEE BLDG.
TEL. DOUO. 4761
Two 5-room cottage, nearly completed;
one on the south side of Blonds tret. be
tween 26th and (7, and one oa the north
side of Btonda street, Jut east of 17th:
all thoroughly well built;- bricked up and
cemented cellar, double . floor, surface
floors being of yellow -ine, selected ver-
tlcai grained; strictly modern, with the
exception of heat. Permanent ' sidewalk
will be laid In streets. Price. 12.300. Easy
terms to good partlea. ... . .
C. Q. CARLBEKG, 911 N. Y. Life Bldg. '
1 1-2-Story House'
4 TEARS OUX
All modern ewpt furnace; good thine
for omo one .who will appreciate a. well
built house; good a new; lot 48x127; large
barn, fruit trees, at SXS Parker., close
to car li.650. . .......
W. H. GATES. '
R. 17. N. Y. Life. 'Phone Douglas 1S4.
NEW MODERN HOMES :
North side, 7 rooms, reception ' hall and
atore room: well built, well arranged. In
good neighborhood, close to car, good lot.
Look at It today. Price 12.700." '
Another one north, S room, finely con.'
tructed. modern except heat, well lo
cated, large corner lot, near car; a pretty
home, for 13.500.
'Phone ua for Information.
(i9)-co a ;
K01-1&01 South Mth St.. corner lot, (0x141
feet; two couagei; rent 113 per month;
room for two mure cottagea or flats. Easy
Room 1, New York Life Bldg.
'Phcne Douglan 1261
Very nice little home, four room In good
repair, lot 30x66. cement walk, for im
med'ate aale U. lot. Rents, 1166 per year.
Hi N. 27th. Elg map.
ERNEST SWEET, fill N. Y. Life Bldg.
Elegant 10-room residence, new and mod
ern throughout, large grounds near upper
Farnam motor line. Quick possession.
HICKS REAL ESTATE CO..
. 4C9 Board of Trade Building.
Bemis Park District, $2,900
Nice coxy T-room. ' completely modern
house, permanent walks, about 200 feet
from car; tiouKe Is practically new; act
quick; can make terms.
William E. Romano,
439 Beard ot Trade. Tel. Doug. 116.
. (19WM0S7 24
THE KERR ABSTRACT CO.'g AB
STRACTS OF T1TLK are the safest,
tou ar .protected by a lw.isM bend
against loa by error. You aun t buy a
luasul. when you buy a "Kerr abstract,
ltdt Harney. Tel. Douglas 647. (ll
1177 DAVENPORT ST.
The southeast corner of d and Davenport,
This larg. r'.egara lt)-room house of th
most modern, construction and in th beat
of repair ran be bought moat cheaply.
The ground i louxllt- feet and la In
Omaha'a very best residence district.
Possession csn be given at once,
1S!1 Dodge St.. TeL Douglas 1571.
- 1 MCil 24
SEVERAL new Ave and six roo-n cottages:
S'Une n-w bu'ldmg. on paymer.ta. fipatlnl
. t r t-.s'tion for V dnr. C. 8 . Spard
Wlru It L) W-2tiI, . (l)fc lu
REAL KSTATR TITLE-TRUST nf
, CHAS. E. WILLI uson. Prta --A
CITT FRUFERTt FOR SALE.
SMALL ACRE TRACT
This property we har Jurt
-- recent rr-Hred. and r linlud -
- A fine laying piece of around,
-ef 6flth and lUojllton streets.
There Is a small, . five-room
house, which has been re-
" cently papered and painted,
and la In firt clasa condition.
: The property Is well suited for
anyone desiring to raise poul-,
try and fruit. There la a good
stable, which will accommo
date three head of horse, also
wagon hed. large poultry
house, about 10 bearing apple
trees, strawberry patch, some
-' graie and nearly all kinds of
berries. There ar a large
number of shade tree on the
premises, and property Is neat
and attractive In every way.
There are between two and
'three acres of ground, and we
are confident thla wilt suit
For further Information In
GEORGE & CO..
1601 Farnam Street.
When out riding try the oiled roads In
Keystone Park. To will be aurprtsed
whn you visit this tract and see the won
derful Improvement made, there thl year
since we took hold of It. The only place
for a suburban home. W will take you
out In an auto any day every day.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
1st Floor N. T. Llf Bldg.,
TeL Doug. 17SL
D. V.' SUOLES COMPANY,
HO Board of Trade Bldg..
Tel. Doug. 49.
24 LOTS In Halcyon Heights, Benson, lying
well: close to car line; 20 minutes' ride
to Omaha. Will sell altogether or In
bunches of five. For prices and terms
address H 41. car Bee. (ID 167
WANTED Room and board, by respecta
ble young man. In a respectable private
family; can furnish reference. Address
L-., Bee. 126-4S6I 24 x
LIST your property with Chrl Boyer. Cd
and Cuming fit. (1 401
FARM AND HAACii UAU FOR SALE).
1,080-acre ranch, with full water right, in
beautiful Sttti Luis Valley; best place in
the world to raise cattle, sheep and hogs;
price, 116.00 per acre; first crop often paya
. tor land. Ihe Pond Realty & Loan Co.,
Colorado Spring, Colo. (30) M76 Itix
HOMESTEAD lands, level, shallow to
good water, healthy climate, good crops.
, i pay. expenses while here and tiling ror
.&; no locate, no pay;.l years ac
quainted. Send stamp. Ed Hanshaw,
Laird, Colo. .. (i0) MJ4426x
WANXED-sAgents to represent u tn the
i sale of our Kansas lands.) Write for par
. tlcolars. Globe Land and Investment Co..
Omaha. Neb. (30) 412
If yon Want to learn all about the beat
and cheapest New Mexico, Texas and Colo
rado "hew lands, well irrigated, writ ua.
THB INTERSTATE LAND INV. CO.,
Opera House Blk., areeley. Colo.
. . ' (20)-M64 24x
FIRST-CLA83 Nebraska farm and ranches
T io homed or investment. Bwils, Omaha.
OPENING LOWER BRULfc RESERVA-
,. -TIONLN SOUTH DAKOTA. .
Partiea wishing full information a to the
cbararter of the land, how to reach it
and how to take part In the drawing
In October, al0 Information in relation
Jo the opening of Tripp Co.. In the Ros;-
puw reservation, can secure same by
.8. p., formerly member of congress an
thuiub i io vnaries m. uurKe, Pierre,
?Lnrr or wer uruie and Rosebu
lewtslatlon. (20) M745 823
. . i 1. 1- t ,, , - - ; - -
fi.t.h.?.r.0.rthe Lowr Brule and Itosebud
Tf!iin0HTT 2I!ENIaKor. fu" n,r- I WANTED-Reflned young lady a roo.-n-Vu-i.
w't J?r. PP County. Ind and ; mate: all modern conveniences. 2H N.
uaiias. a. U.
(20) M7S1 A 29
REAL ESTATE WANTED
BIX or 7-room house north or west part
of city. Can make small payment down
and good monthly payments. Give loca
tion, price, ete. Box Y 171, He.
.j ,., (-6)-M5T) 23
REAL ESTATE LOANS
LOWEST RATES Bcmls, Paxton Block
WANTED City loan. R. C. Peter A Co.
LOANS on Improved city property. W. ft
Thomaa. 606 First National Bunk Bldg.
Sl.COO.OOe to LOAN on business and resi
dence property In Omaha; lowest rates
no delay. Thomaa Brennan, Room 1, N.
Y. Ufa. (22) 41i
MONEY to loan on Improved city property
or farm lands In eastern Nebraska. W.
J. Dcrmody Investment Co., Sit N. Y. L.
LOANS on Improved Omaha property.
O Keef R. E. Co., 1001 N, Y. Life Bldg
, () 415
v Am ii.nj loans and warrants.
Farnam Smith A Co.. 1) Farnam
1500 TO 150,000 TO LOAN at lowe.t rales
no delay. OARVIN BROS.. 1006 rARNAM.
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PRIVATE MONEY P. D. Wead. U DougT
MONEY TO LOAN-Payne Investment Co.
$10,009 PRIVATE money to loan; do da
lay, i. H. Sherwood. 931 N. T. I.. BMt
is) u,oi si
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy. second hand furniture.
vvuk nu jtiuia pn'Tva, carpeis. lino
leums, effie furniture, old clothe and
aiioea. pianos, feathers, tJ plllews. quliu
and all klnda of tooic ar will buy tne
furniture of your house Hmni.i
' a'. (iriw, win, vu tn rin a '
TeL Douglas 1971. (26)--M ' a
CARD CABINET or IS tn K drawers for
card SxS incher: state price; must be
cocoa. Addrea L tSZt B-. - ( 19
CASH paid for
enoes, ate. hg
second hand clothing.
No. Mi. St. Tel. Rd
WANTED To buy: will buy out rooming
house er-"rst-clas boarding house. Ad
V dress, U.K. Be.- t2 707 fix
CAEH paid for old book. Crane-Foye Co..
til 8. ltu. 'Phone Douglaz 13.1. . (li)-llK
. .. r .
WHEN you write to advertiser, remember
it takea but a few acraUhe .f th. hi
to stat that you saw U ad. u Th lut
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
Oflsr, IB Brett
4l Masgie Gallup wlil arrive home to
morrow from her vacation to Chicago and
H. W. Haselton of the Council Rluffs
Savings bank la enjoying a vacation at
Lake Ok o bo J I.
IT ONLY COSTS A TWO CENT STAMP
TO GET HAFEK8 PRICES. COUNCIL
Mr. Lonergan and two ins of Leaven
worth, Kan., are gues' of Mr. and Mr.
FALL TERM OF WESTERN IOWA
COLLEGE OPENS AUGUST 26. SEND
FOR CATALOGUE. .
Councilman Younkerman a'nnounced yes
terday that the tests of the fire hydrant
would be resumed this morning.
Mr. Susanna Srtiofleld. 270 Avemie A,
died last evening at the Jennie EMmundson
Memorial hospital, aged 70 years.
BUDWEISER BOTTLED BEER T3
SERVED ONLY AT FIRST-CLASS BARS
AND CAFES. L. ROSEN FELD CO.. Agta.
Dr. O. W. Pangle has gone to Ohio for a
visit at his old home. He will-attend the
home coming festivities at Columbus next
WE WILL DELIVER ALL SIZES OK
HARD COAL DURING AUGUST FOR 110
A TON. WM. WELSH. 16 N. MAIN ST.
Patrolman W. H.' Richardson continues
to Improve and la himself confident that
It will not be long before lie Is able to
leave the hospital.
Jame Metralf. son of Mr. Helen Mt
calf. 71? Willow avenue, is down with
typhoid fever at Lake okobojl. where he
Want for an niln
Dr. A. P. Hanchett la evneefert hnm. thl
evening from a six weeks Ashing trip In
the White mountains, on which he was
accompanied by his aon Alfred.
Congressman W. I. Smith delivered an
address yesterday at thn old soldiers' re
union at Farragut. He will nddresa a
similar gathering today at Silver City.
Attorney 8. B. Wadem-orth will leve to
morrow for Norfolk. Va., to attend tho
meeting of the supreme aerie of the Fra
ternal Order of Eie... Mr. Wr.dsworth
Is -a candidate for grand worthy president
of the order and It la said he is assured
of the support generally of thb middle
Members of Haxel c.tmp. Modern Wood
men of America, are requested to assemble
this afternoon at 2:S0 In front of the Wash
ington avenue school to attend In a body
the funeral of their late brother. J. M.
Johnson, which will be held fiom the
Danish ' church at Avenue A and Ninth
John Herman, a tnllrnad I conductor, was
taken into custody late Wednesday night
on a charge of stealing a rrtp from the
Goodrich hotel. Herman explained that the
arlo was taken merelv for a ioke and not
with any criminal intent. Later the charge I
waa withdrawn and Herman was promptly
Oeorge Head and- John Murphy, charred
with being Implicated In the theft of a
cafe of whisky- from the Northwestern
freight house, where they are employed na
truckers, had a hearing before Jnztlce
Cooper yesterday afternoon. Head 'was
fined 120 and Murphy JK. Both gave nottcd
of appeal to the district court.
Mother Wheaton. the prison, evnnftellst.
accompanied by four young women from
the Kalth Home' ar Tbor. Ia., who are
training .to be missionaries, conducted
services at the county lail yesterday after
noon. The younr women with Mother j
Wheaton were Miss Laura Rerlelson, whf
la going-to China; Miss Laura Sleckley.
who Is going to India, and Miss Ida Fleer
and Mia Dora Schmidt, who have not j et
been assigned. -,' , K
Several complalnU- of vicious dogs were
made to the police yesterday. Louis Doegs,
elevator boy In the Baldwin block, living
at 423 Stutsman street, reported that a dog
nn H'nt mer street - had bitten him While
ho was on his Way to his work: Raymond J
&OCK. a 12-year-oio. ihq living ai uant-a
street, complained ethat .-he had boon at
tacked by a dog on Vine street and dragged
from hla blcycleT Renry Frandsen, 217 Oak
street, reported . iiwl.4 (Jug . belonging to
Mra. Miller on-HJaiftny street had bitten
hi 11-year-old eon.- - Detective Richardson
waa attacked by a orol Viae street early
yesterday morning The officer took a shot
at the canine, but. the bullet mls.ed Its
WANTED TO BORROW
'"- WANTED TO BORROW
11,000 -to enlarge a' good paying bualnoa
with privilege to reduce loan yearly. Ad
dre W 776, Bee. C4-2S1
WANTED By a neat boy, with raferences,
board and room -in a private family:
' will help around house If desired; please
state what board and room bill will be.
Addreas Y SOO. Be. ' )-M762 30x
ROOM furnished or unfurnished with
bo!trd; -' near Hanooom park. Address T
.170 Bee. - (tfl) M4S6 26x
TWO nicely furnished room In gojd
. nelchboriiood. Address J 43, Bee.
' yrj 139 a
i ... .m.lWln. or two room, furnished
i for 1 1m n L nQUPTMnpint. wiiuin waiaina
iV.tan? of South Omih car barn. Ad-
dress AV M, care Bee.
: i-.i, B. (2)-M590 27x
WANTED 1 or 4 unfurnished rooms for
lipht housekeeping; must be In ajood lo
cation. Inquire McCarthy Hair Dressing
Parlor. Brandel Store. (30 712 3
WANTED POSITION IS years' experience
bookkeeping and ott'ee work in real aatate,
department ature, lumber, grain and mlll
inat. K. li. Pease, Fremont, Neb.
V) (27J M169
EXPERIENCED, honest Japanese boy
wants a position a a cook In family.
Address, Charle Kawal,- 711 So. 9lh St.
(27 M736 lOx
'OUNG MAN, who la now and for past five
year has been a mail carrier, wants po
aitlon of trust where honesty, ability and
integrity will be recogulaed and rewarded.
Address. K 78, Bee. (27)-6M 28x
FIRST clasa Janitor wlshe position. 4-CO
Seward. ... . 27)-M4G6 Ux
WANTED In same town by two ladle.
positions as office clerk and trimmer. Ad
dress lift). Stuart, la, .(7)-MK9 ITx
' POSITION by colored man as porter or
waiter, a Janitor. -Mo. 1 reference. Addrass
j isil fUard. Cf7j 614 27x
I yoi'NO Japanese boy wants position after
! school In private family; can give good
references. Address KIra, 4.A Hm Bldg.
PosmoN " WANTMli"7et7l
i aaieaman dry goods. 1mm;. dotliiiig
! Un reference. Address J-7I c.rel H
YOI'NO man. ZU wlslw, position as eol-
lector or other outside work; bjst refer
ence. What have yout Address H IS.
Bee. (r 1-78 2x
REAL ESTATE ealesman. experienced,
able to handle additions; best references;
alary or commission. Addrets P 117,
care Bee. ' - (27) M747 26x
WANTED Position a clerk In general
merchandise store; fifteen years' exper
enre; best of references. ' Fi.x 1, rwant-jn.
Neb. (i7)-M7ll x
I WANTED Situation by f young ladle
j tsistersl, violinist and r!:i ; (our years'
sight players. Address Y
1 0 re
SITUATION "-wanted hy offlrs . n.sn. cn
Ing and Saturday afternoons, at figure:
have had experience In cigar store;. Al
references. Address C 11). Bee.
ORIENT St".' rZ.
"AnMa." 14 SM Ua.
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ALL AT SEA OVER BRIDGES
Engineer and Councilmen to Inspect
Somo in Other Cities.
C0NTKACT0RS TO FOOT BILLS
Did So Far Apart that Coaapllmen
Are I sable to Decide Which la
the Iletter Propoaltloa for
The city council wa unable last night
to reach any conclusion as to the proposed
concrete bridges over Indian creek at
Frank ahd North Eighth Street, owing to
the wide difference In the bids. No definite
plans had been offered by the city on which
the bidder were asked to make their esti
mates and each firm based it bid on It
own plans and apeclflcatlon. The bide
which were evened last Monday night and
referred to the city engineer for tabula
tion were a follow:
Wlckham Bros.. Council Bhiffs Frank
street. IIO.IKI; Eighth street, 110.990; or
Kl.SOO for the two.
Marsh Bridge Company, De Moines
Frank street, Sll.! and Sll.noO; Eighth
street. tfl.SoO and t?.IM; difference In coat
to depend on atyle of parapet.
M. W. Stark Co., Ies M'inos Frank
street. 15.060; Eighth street. 16.577.
The apparently lowest bid. that of M. W.
Stark A Co. of De Moines, it was ex- I
plained by City Engineer Etnyre, wa for
a smaller bridge than that proposed In the
other bids. A representative of Stark
tc Co. was present and offered to pay
the expense of the city engineer and a
committee from the city council to De
Moines to examine bridge which hi firm
had erected there and which were similar
lo what It proposed to build here. As Boon
a thl offer wa made E. A. Wlckhom
followed It up with another to take the
same officials Into Chicago to examine a
bridge In Lincoln park which, he ald, waa
a counterpart of the one his firm proposed
to construct here. Botn offer were
promptly accepted, and Councilmen Ma
loncy and Younkermen, representing the
two wailB In which It I proposed to build
the bridge; Councilman Smith, chairman
of the committee on bridge and public
property., and City Engineer Etnyre will
tart on the Jaunt thl evening.
' ghuttln. Oat Poor Meat.
An ordinance prohibiting the bringing
Into the city, slaughtering within the city,
selling or offering for sale diseased ani
mal or carcasse was passed under a sus
pension of the rules. The penalty tor' the
first offense Is a fine not to exceed 1100 or
Imprisonment not to exceed thirty day.
City Solicitor Klmhall also Introduced
an ordinance prohibiting the sale of second-hand
goods, clothing, etc.. which had
not been properly fumigated or disin
fected The ordinance waa aimed at the
rummaBe Bales, but a. It would also
operate against dealer in second-hitnd
clothing, etc., It wa referred to the com
mittee of the whole.
A rcquet from Barney u.nnsai um
he be permitted to make an examination
of the paving recently laid on North
Eighth atreet by Contractor Wlckham.
a h hal suspicion tht the concrete
base wa not according to the .pacifica
tion., brought on a lengthy discussion.
Councilman Wallace aupported the re
quest, but the other councilmen feared
It would establish a bad precedent to
grant the request. It wa mated by Mr.
Wickbam. the city engineer and member
of the council that Mr. Glllnakl hod had
ample opportunity to examine th con
crete baae while the work wa In prtrg
reiut a he visited the work .everal
time a day whll the treet wa being
paved. The petition waa finally laid on
the table. Wallace alone voting a5altt
such action. During the discussion It
developed that another property owner
who had .usplrlona had. In the presence
of Contractor Wlckham. taken up pieces
of the pavement to examine the depth
of the concrete and had found that It was
of the depth called for by the P-lflca-tlon.
The owner of the old Union Driving
park, which had been la'd out Into lota
and designated Belmont addition, pre
sented a plat of the pew addition and
the same wa referred to the committee
of the whole. '
Mayor Macrae called attention to tho
condition of the paving on Fifth avenue
which had been torn up by the treet
railway company when laying Ua new
rail. The company will be called upon
to relay the paving to conform with the
rest of the street.
The council will meet In committee ot
the whole next Wednesday afternoon.
WALN UT 18 PLANN I1Q A BIG TIMH
Show and Boons for
Walnut. Pottawattamie county, 1 to have
a "railroad convention" and live toek
how Wednesday. Thursday and Friday of
next week. The, affair will partake ome
what of the character of a street fair
and carnival, a there are to be ball game,
band concert, open air acrobatic perform
ance nd other entertaining feature. The
festivllle will be brought to a cioae rn
day evening with a grand ball.
The tock how l expected to bring out
a fine line of exhibit from that ectlon
of Pottawattamie county and from abroad.
The awarding of prlae will be Friday fore
noon. Competent Judge have been ae
cured for all the department.
The rllrcd convention will be occupied
with a discussion of a proposed railroad
from Audubon to Council Bluff, passing
through Walnut. The project I being
pushed by George Adam nd other cltl
lens of Walnut. Among the Interurban
railroad promoters scheduled to address
the convention are W. C. Elliott of Aud t
bon. C. W. Baker of Dca Moines and W.
J. Dobb of Tabor. pre1dent of the Coun
cil Bluff. Tabor & Southern Electric rU
W. C T. V. Convention.
The thirty-fourth arnual meeting of the
Women' Chr'stian Temperance union of
Omaha will be hrld In Council Bluff Octo
ber 9. 10 and 11. The session will be held
In the First Presbyterian church, th con
vention opentpg the even'ng of October 9.
The membership of the convention 'l!l be
cotrprired of the executive committee and
fli legates from the auxiliary union. Each
un'on I entlt'ed to on delegate for every
twenty member or fraction thereol.
Mr. O. O. Oldhm. 20! North E'ghth
treet. I chairman of the local entertain
ment committee, to whom the name of
all delegate when elected should be sent,
Owing to the establishment of the t-cent
rate, reduced fare will not be granted
by the railroads for the convention, as in
The convention Is expected to bring a
number of prominent temperance worker
and gptaker to Council Bluffs, in addition
to the accredited delegate. The program
ha not yet been completed and the local
committee hav not a yet arranged an
the detail for the entertainment of
o Ua of ladlaa Head oa
, (Waned ISooda.
Frank A. Rlnehart, th well known" I
Omaha photographer, ha brought suit In
the United State court to restrain the,
Qrower' Canning company of Council
Bluffs from using an Indian head on the
label covering Its canned goods known a
the 'Pottawattamie Brand."
Rlnehart about the time of the Omaha
((position designed a number of picture
of Indian of various tribe which he had
copyrighted and. which became known to
the public as "Rlnehart' Indian." He
claims that .the Idea of producing these
picture was original with him and that
h expended considerable money In develop
ing and copyrighting the Idea. One of
Rlnehart' picture la known a "Chief
Whlteman. Kiowa. No. 1041," which he filed
for record November 12, 1KH, and which
waa registered by th librarian of congress
Novembr 15, . 1S9S. It I the copyright ot
thl particular Indian chief head which j flprVered that all th hotel room In the
Rlnehart allege the Ctrr-wer' Canning rty w spoken for and engaged for the
company ha infringed and he ask U.000 j nxn week. State fair official are Jubl
damageB for the allegud Infringement. One jRnt a, ,he outlook, and the report from
hundred thousand label bearing the al- j ovfr tn. ,tie are that the- aMeadane
leged copyrighted Indian chief head wer , sriPpr n,an rVer beforav.iv It i be
replevined yeaterday by Rlnehart and will ramf necessary today for th Greater De
be held by him until the controversy la ' Moines committee to open It bureau of
determined by the court.
J. J. Hes. ecretry or the urowers
Canning company, denle that hi company
took Rlnehnrf picture of the Kiowa chief
a a model for IU label. The head on
th. romnanv'B label. Mr. Heel ay, 1b
that of a Pottawattawile Indian ana tne pson m' charge. Thl committee I en
only resemblance If hs to that copy- deavoring to And quarter for everyone
righted by Rlnehart 1 that both are In- wn0 come to De Moines for the state
dlana. "Mr. Rlnehort B claim I rldlcu- j faP WPrki anj lt la believed it will be able
lou." aald Mr. He. "Most Indians when j o handle the crowds and find quarter for
dressed up with their feather, and war J aj Private . house ar open to the vl
palnt look much alike. So far a I know ; Uora Thp fnct tliat tn notoi, ar. .full
the person who designed the label never j not counted as Indicating any difficulty
. . ' ln.4lAn nlrturea." I In h.NjIlln. A m n- Ik. .-. .
saw Mr. wneiiHii .
Real Estate Trssiif".
These transfers were reported to The Bee
August 22 by the Pottawattamie County
Abstract company or council ru.i
Rom Tramm, widow to Otto Ronnn,
,H ,v,i swv ne4 -..-. "'
m. JlM'rl i" v " " , r. .
in Auditor ubdiv. of nwi e'i
of i-75-4s. w. d. .....-;',;;
Same to same, part of lot 1. lr 'Audi
tor ubdlv. of nw4 t 1S-i6-43.
OttoCRonna and' wife to' Rosa' Tramm.
lots 19 and . In block 1. K. Hlnck
ley' add. to Walnut, w. d.
Emma Blhler. unmarried, to S'or
Brewing company, lot 1. in block
Neola. except outh 60 feet.
ll7nrSlerA-VVndwVfe'"to' Peter Lan
ger, north 46 feet of lot 6. In block
It, in Mlnden. . .....
Wllllom Barker and wife to A Rljhe
lot 27. in block S. In Highland Place
to Council Bluffs, w. A
John R. Taylor and wife to Mabel It.
Baker, lot 10, In block 16, Ba llss i
Palmer's add. to Council Bluffs,
R. H. Albert and wife to Al Rlehe,
lot S. in block 70. Central subdlv.
in Council Bluffa, w. d
Nine transfer, total
Mr. Grlae Mkely to Die.
Word received from Boulder. Colo.,
yesterday wa ihat Mr. Conrad Gelse. Jr..
of thla city, who wn hurt In the dynamite
explosion t that place, I In a most crltl-
cal condition aa the result of her injuries
end that It I. dot.btful.lf she will recover.
Mra. Gelse was (landing but half a block
away from the burning eepot when the
explosion took place and wa. half burled
in the mass of blatlng material which waa
hurled into the alr. Her S-ye.r-o.d daugh-
ter. Vivian, who
Buffered a fracture of tne
skull by being truca try piro v.
timber, 1 said to be r.pldly recovering.
Officer Make a Mistake. u
A telephone meage from California
Junction yesterday afternoon asked the po
lice to Intercept . and arrest a girl and
young fellow, both under 18 year of age.
who were aald to have elopod. Officer
O'Nel! located a young woman with a
grip case at the Northwestern depot. At
first hc admitted being from California
Junction, but later declared he wa from
Missouri Valley. She waa soon Joined by
a youth and a few minutea later by a
second youth. Officer O'NeH took the trio
to police headquarter, but they convinced
Chief Richmond they were not the young
..... . , - I ll.tn.
License to Wed were Issued yesterday
to the following r
Name and Residence.
Carl Petersen. Council Bluffs .
Nlkollne Nielsen. Council Bluff
William" J. Donnely, Chicago ...
Myrtle Chrlstenen. Atlantic. Ia.
MACkOWX WILL MAKB FIGHT
Aeeaied of Emtwsslemeat
WEBSTER CITY, Ia.. Aug. .21 (Special.)
Interest doe not ftg In the coming trial
of George Mackown, alleged embesxlcr and
firebug, now In Jail In thi city. H l
charged with embexrting ome 115,000 from
the Notthwesterri Felt Shoe company and
then deliberately firing the 1100.000 felt
ehoe factory to hide his alleged crime.
The llrst, and strongest card, to be played
by the defense will be an attack upon the
validity of the Indictments. If will be
four year In November lnc the Indict
ment were drawn and a th tatuu or
limitations In Iowa la three year, no new
charge can be brought agalnat th man.
Falling to get , the lndletmenta declared
Illegal, the defense is depending ver
materially upon the inability of the state
to bring to Iowa the one witness who can
complete the chain of evidence necessary
to prove th allegation of em'.e.siemeni.
This witness resides in New York sna is
a member t,f the big felt Jobbing firm of
Muallncr. He came liere when the grsnd
Jury indicted Mackown and received 1115
for his trip. Mr. Chase . banking largely
on th refusal of thl witness again to
make this trip and sptnd a week or more In
Webster City for th moll ura of 1135.
especially during o busy a season as
October. . Without this witnees the chain
of evidence will be lacking, for he endorsed
th draft which Mackown Is alleged to
have cashed In New York r-.nd appropri
ated to his own use. thnreby committing
tho alleged rmbexxlrraetit.
Iowa !ewa Note.
mMTfiK The final report of th
rhautauoua assembly has been rce1ved
ami shows that the association will come
out clear, being indebted only ror a tew
permanent lmi.ro mnta that had been
made on Mrriinicy para, ine msonna
filace of the assembly. president Au
ott and Secretary James Bryan were
elected to succeed themselves. An ef
fort Is being mails to Increase the num
ber of atnckholders in the association,
and a project Is being considered whereby
a permanent amphitheater may be erecte-l
in McKmiey parx ror tne convenience
of th association and the city tit large.
Y IT IT Or bis your comb run away witn hi tJet-
r1IT ;'" look out tor "' left of It, and ktep it at
kJUI JLJLLlll borne on your head, not in the comb. Ayer'a
Hair Vigor will act as4,keepr." If yon have
X 4- tirWtO preparation, let your doctor doclda for yon.
a sVC . 4h S. ef
CROWDS COMING FOR FAIR
Get Ready Says Attract More People
i Than Erer Before.
Objeet I to Flht Mall Order Jloaae
One ol Tlaaa I to KpoooaaUo la
Fxreaoe ot Baytasi aa '
Alio Bnylng C hearer. '" .
(From a Staff Corresponde'rit.)
DE8 MOINES, Aug. tt.-(Spec!al.-Fv4
thousand people ar In De Molne today
to e the Iowa State fair and exposition,
which doe not open till tomorrow and
does not formally open till Monday. No
admission 1 charged tomorrow nor Satur
day. An admission of 26 cent I charged
Sunday to the Innea band concert.
The early arrival for the fair I unpre-
--nt. vOP- than a week ago It wa
Information In the court house dir
earlier than was expected In order to
take care of Die crowd.
The bnreatl I In the court hone Im
mediately north of the union station, and
big banner proclaim where to find the
... vu-u,., .... .,,,.CT.
that the hotels fill up with thos who will
remain for the week, while the great body
of people who com to the fair come In
during the morning and leave during the
afternoon. Those who' wish to stay over
I Ior couple of days will be ent to board-
j Ing house and usually prefer auch aecom
I modntlons to a hotel. -
! While the exposition opens . tomorrow.
the rlrst two day are devoted to placing
J exhlMt and the program propt r con-
mencea on Sunday with a sacred con-
I cert, the exhibition building being
; closed. The following I the program of
j the week In brief: r
i Friday, August
i placing exhibits.
21 Opening day;
Saturday. August ;4 Entrle close;
tent, up; jtidires selected. '
2.4001 Pnndny. August - H. Music d(fy; Inne
" . prchestral band concert. 4 p. m.
Monday. August J(t res Moines' dsvj
250 boys', and girls' -echolarshlp contests;
(Judging commences; first stock parade;
I thren Innes concert) races; letter car
olers' band Concertar . nnvlllnn
airships; vaudeville; "Vesuvius" ' '
Tuesday. August 27 Old soldiers' day,
also children in free; domestic science
i-ciui-Bs ronnnneo: reunion and
,.-(.; concerts;- races;
Wednesday. August 2 Tnti-n dpv
Jng in all departments; domestic science
lectures and demonstrations; full race
program; fireworks; , parades; alrshlD.
concerts, etc. . . . ..
Thurs-tsy. August ID Old settler'
flay; Judging; race program: three Innoa
Cf.ncerts and concert by letter carriers'
...v" 1? , P-rnde; big
e-en.-ts; complete- program; big Block
Vhn-,. . rt :
1 "T ST? 1 Wln ,h"
"T? ' - .H
r , "" " ' ... ' cr n
.o, nnu lormea a -cemnletn
organisation by the election of officers
with W. H. Ocntner of Farnlngton. In!
a president. "The retailor throughout
thl. broad land." said Mr. GentneP. "are
amply capable -and ' able' td organize a
corporation among themselve- try, and
through which we can elimlnare k -largo
portion of the, waste In , the, ens o, mer
chandise which .is occasioned by tile present
method of buying nd which la proving
uch an Impediment to the retail Interest."
Mr. Centner compared' their present rtxht
to all the gret struggle of the world In
which some principle h,h been' at.' stak
and in which th iiromot-er hav alway
been treated with contempt.' He told hi
hearer that theyrnut expect knock and
blow but that In the end they would win
cut. . OrganlswtlDn 1- the kcynbte of hi
plan. He see tnat the retailer have tho
power to organize Into a buying corpora
tion which will be Just as Urg and Just
powerful aa .Ul- great aejUsjg corpora
tlon. Thua he hopes to fight Greek with
Greek, , - - . .-.13.
The convention will cloee Friday. ' Th
following officer have been elected for tho
j Presldent-W. H. Oentner,' Tarmlngton,
like! iaPr""ldPnt-A-. ' ''?.". Storm
IaSecreiary-J. M. Morrow Doud. Leando,
Treasurer C. 11. Cabot. Heron Lake. Ia.
DirectorsFor three year:, W. H, Oent
ner. Farmlngton. Ia.; C. n. EUen, Mam
men. Ia.; O. H. Cabot, Heron Lake, Ia.
For two years: G. D. Bellinger, Everet,
Kan.; C. A. Blaln, Cherokee. Ia. For on
year: A. M. Foster Storm Lake, la.; Ed
wurd Markley, Bondurant. Ia.
College Raise Caan..
It wa announced today that De Molne
college ha railed. U 1.000 of tho SZ.000 that
it was to raise, among Deo Moines business
men toward the $10,000 endowment fund.
The college la to raise 125,000 among th
church member of De Molne and It 1
proposed to rata the remaining $60,000 out
through the state. The work of raising
the money through the tat will not be
undertaken till th S50.000 has been raised
lnslda De Molne.
Itoard Hear Charge.
The State Board of Medical Examiner!
la sitting today behind closed doors hear
ing charge that have 'been preferred
against Dr. T. li. Larrabee, aa osteopath
at Anita. Ia. Six lawyer are fighting
over the case, the defense being that th
charges ar spltework.
Dr. Kettlentnn I Dead. '
Dr. Benjamin Kettlewian, on of th moat
promts ng physician and scientists of thl
city, died last night after year ot strug
gling with tuberculosis, for the cure of
which he underwent ten surgical opera
tions. Before he wat IS years of age Dr.
Kettleman wrote several article on natu
ral science that wer accepted by th lead
ing scientific Journal of th country and
hi death leave on uch article eon
tract ed for by a Ntw York Journal un
finished. He graduated from Drake uni
versity medk-al school Iq 1901 and had al
ready risen to a place of promlnenae. 71
contracted tuberculosis while aaalatlng In
an operation on a negro while a student
In the medical school.
N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tel. 0. Night, 1, 696.
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