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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, MAY 21. 3908.
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Choir lot Wxl2T on the north H of
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Ci O. CAP.LRFR1.
til N. Y. Life BIOS.
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Near new cathedral, I-room brand hew
and strictly modern house. Hot (tbrhftt:
rate finish; lot CmlM) ft. An elegant and
, honestly constructed house.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
JVst Floor New York Ltfe Bids.
J 'PhonesDouglas JTbL Independent a 118.
(1SJ M7 20
f MUST, SELL
(-room house; large new barn, new chicken
houae and coal tiouae; all newly painted;
largo lot covered with irult; In the north
?art of, city, two blocka from car; erica.
1,700: easy Pafments.
Doug. 68a. 13 EM 1 8, Paxton BIk. Tnd. Alnai.
REAL EBTATH ' TITLE TRUST fin
CHAB. . WILLIAMSON. Pres. VU.
REED ABSTRACT CO.. Eat. 166. Prompt
service. Oat our prices. 1710 Jarnam be
... .... ua so
- .I v REAL ESTATE
V ARM AJVU MAACil LAAb FOIt f ALB
FARMS TOTl BALE 1) acrea Improved,
mik''tren town in Wood itlver valley,
All ievel. Heat corn, wrieat ana a.ful.n
land in stale, per Acre. E.. J . Pauik.
Wood River, Neb. (Ai)-M'Ait t
CHOICE Q CARTER food land, well lm
proved; stand strictest invest la;stion; fur
few daya only, a,0i0, ll.uuO cash, balance
very easy- terms. Hna at thla price.
SXRlNUiit iNVLaTalrJNr COMfANT,
la be Bid. " 'Phone. Doug, lzoi.
1 1 - i rf .. - - . . .
OOOD FARM IN Q LAND,
JJear Denver, In Oresley district, black
oil. clay subsoil, wella to 40 feet,
abundance of molature, .low altitude, gen
eral tannine Including corn raiatng; one
' crop pays fur land; cloae to land 30 an
acre; low price, tujr terms; will aooa
double in value.
MATIOMAL INVESTMENT CO..
tl Jbrandlss Building
: - tam-Miei
INVESTORS AND DEALERS TAKE NO
TICE You don t knew 11, but ltt me
prove to you uau 1 am auinority on
North and Bouth Dakota land. Can sell
cheaper and better than anybody. F.f
teen year's experience; .beat ot reference.
W. Ci. Clark, ' Omaha. Lock Box 694.
TEXAS LANDS How to gat them. Sena
ll.OS to K. U. Loaiax, Austin, lexaa, lor
rnnf of Texas land law and instructions
row to nuy. i waa ior ten years cuiei oi
land department state treasurer's office.
Know tlie lands, when they come on the
markaL how to set them for my clients.
Reference: Austin National bank. Austin,
Texas. Best lands to be sold nest tnrss
months. Fees reasonable.
(20) M39S MTTx
REAL ESTATE LOANS
H00 to 110,000 made .promptly. F. D. Wead.
weaa Miat; uta ana arnam. ts eu
PRIVATB MONEY-rNO DELAY. '
, , vOARVXK 1M FARNAM.
MONEY TQ Le5AN Payne Inveatment Co.
LOANS on lmprovsd Omaha property.
O J&eece u. ib. CO., un fi, x. Lire Bldg.
. . ISO 616
FIVE PER CENT
Mooejr to loan on
. ...Omaha business property. , .
. THOMAA BKENNAN
jRoota L.New Yurie Life Bldg.
- - W2 M 4BS
PRIVATB MONEY CASH ON. HAND
NO DELAY. J. H. MITHEN, 2Cfi- JUT
. WAT. .li AAA. PUUU. , TsUa 1WUU. 1Z7.
' . . (iB)-el
MONEY to loan on Improved city property.
Hastings as ileyaen, arnam bt,
r - . t2a-6
WANTED City loans.,
Peters i Trust Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W
Farnam Bmlla Co., )JU0 Faxuam St.
LOWEST RATES-Bamla, Paxton Block.
, n oil
MONEY TO IXAN on Omaha property and
Nebraska' farm land. W.
Investment Co., tS N. Y.
L. Blda;. Tel.
(27) MS8 31
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED Information regarding a good
lavm ror saie; not particular about looa
'n; wibii u iiwr iiutii vwuer umy, wno
. r. . k. j A ... .
ill sea direct to buyer; give price: de
scription and state when poaaeSslon ean
re naa. Aaaress l iarbyhlre, Box 4tt4,
wkmI ii..i tip; jimx ax
WANTED TO BUY
-OnUHKT prices for 2d-hand furniture, ear.
peer cioiass ana saoes. isu itvug. wn.
v.. - ia-4U4
xEsi price p.i-a ior i-nana furniture, car-
r. stoves, ciotamg, ahoea. Tel. lied b-auL
WANTED To buy small soda fountain,
. , , , - .
z-iermau iiusch, Waahlngton, Nub.
S . (25)-M9M J
CON. JEFFERSON stock wanted. State
lowest prto. Address Y 46, care Ba.
. -; (2S M.ra XX
rsu t rent for July, a modem cot
tae. furnished. Address W. .1.. Coakley,
turn ut B , . .. l. ailtfO u
WOULD XA KE TO RENT a furnlahed hotel
" s iw iuui,, riia ioca nox 14, Ha.
aArEMKHi:i;u stenographer: excellent
reierenvcs. -Aaaress u, Omaha Bee.
nAixuroicion as advertising man
aer y experienced mail. Address Y 4J7
care rna wee. ii ix
.v j iti-r.mpioyment ny middle age
wimn. Anyxnins niinoraoie wnr reasons On
salary accepted. Addras K 6-6, rare Bee,
WISH to obtairy situation that la partly
vuiuuor worn; am exprriencea as oHIi
clerk, stcnoirrapher and collector; ref
ereuces. Address O Uu, -Bee.
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REAL. ESTATE TRANSFERS
Harry .A. Tukey to Edward L. Sny
der, lot a, Kpworth -addition t
Swan . Swansea "and wife to same,
lot 4, Epworth' addition
South Omsha Laud t)o. to John U.
Brown, lot. . , blovd 24s. boutu
s4 Walter J. Oreen and wife to Marie
,SjTf KruUa- lot 7. block 6. Albright sub-
J Alfred. O. ElUrk snd wife to Rudolph
I Ponec. lots a and 24, block &. lir j a
I Park- ,
1 William R. Roney and wife to Edwin
1 . 1. Ilr.v mnA K-lfe r.A rf lnt 1ft l.l.wk
v t . HsnScom place '.
' un ffiiirriB lu troi n-a a.- t uin,
I and t. block (, Dwlght Lyman a
. J addition :
M f I J"Ph Kotre and wife to J. J. Pavllk.
' f VloC1. block A. Morrtaon'a addition.
C i.r - treasurer to A. C faiterson,
lots T and . block 2. snd lot 1 block 1
2. McCreary place
D. C. Patterson, Jr., And .wife t& -Charlea
F. McCreary. sania
James H. "McCrtary to Ovaries F. Mc
Anna P. otroa and husband te
John A. Wood, iart lot t, blovk la.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
V. tr o i v. - ii.i ma
m. . r-u, u NII'll I l"n t - . "
Rrbrt C. Hnojr et al. to Michael
miner, iota I and 10, bloc 1. B. it.
Ili'in' ertMlllon 1.800
Nebraska National bark in C. H.
Poore, lot , block t. West End .... 1.000
yron Reed Co. to Thomsa C. Brun
nwr, lot l, block TS. Omaha T.B00
. A. Wlakhorst and wife to N. P.
Dodae. tr . rrl a.pilnn 6.500
Conservative Bavlnan and Ixian asso-
clatlon to Jennie Murray, part lota
1 and t block M. Jetter's addition.. BOO
. H. Toore and wife to J. Herbert
MrMIUan, part lot 8. block 1. West
REPORT Or THE CONDITION OF
The Merrhante Matloaat Baik
t Omaha, In the atale of Nebraska, at the
lose of business May 14, IP:
Loan a and dlacounta..
79 0 0 01
. S. bnda to secure
'. S. bonds to secure
V. S. deposits
Other bonds to sec ore
U. B. deposits...
. 8. bomu on hand...
Banking house, furni
ture and fixtnrea....i .
Due from national
panics (not reserve
Due from atate banks
Due from approved re
aerve aaenta i
Checks and other cash
Exchangee for ' clear-
Notes ' cT ' othti- na
Fractional paper cur
rency, nickels and
Lawful money reserve In hank, via
8perle t 761.116.00
Ixgal tender notes.... 20.000.UO 1,443,110.86
Keuemptlon fund with
L. 8. treasurer (J per
cent of circulation;.. 12,500.00
Capital stock paid In.. eOO.OOO.oO
Surplus fund JOO.COJ.OO
L noivided profits, loss
expenses and taxea
paid 57 i si
oauonai bank notes
uu to oiner national
Due to state banks
and bankers 777 an M
subject to check 1,554.284.78
Demand certificates of
Time certificates of
deposit ,-r 7MU7
Certified checks 22,&&.)
Cashlera' checks out
standing 1S4.R1S 11
United States deposits 260,000.00 5,747,905.18
State of Nebraska, Coutvty of Douglas, as:
I, Luther Drake, president of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above-statement Is true to the best of my
anuwieage ana Deiier
JOHN F. COAD.
O. SAM ROQER8.
OEOHGE E. PRITCHETT.
Subscribed snd sworn to before me this
19th day of May, im.
LEWIS W. WYMULLER,
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The Omaha National Bask,
at Omaha, In the state of Nebraska, at the
cioso oi business, May 14, isms:
Loans and discounts... 26,417,392.22
O v e r d r alts, secured
and unsecured 2.536.83
U. S. bonds to secure
. S. bonds to Secure '
U. S. derjosits r " flM.000.00
Premiums on U. 8.
bonds . . 43,000.00
Bonds, securities, etc.. 726.924.U
Banktna house, furni
ture and fixtures zoo.ouu.oo
Due from national
banks (not reserve
agents) fl. 459.180.73
Due from state banks
and bankers 16S.107.4S
Due from approved re
serve agents 1.183,481.44
Checks and other cash
Exchanges for clearing
Notes of Other Na
tional banka 30.435.00
Fractional paper cur
rency, nickels and
Lawful money reserve In bank, vis:
Lea a I ten
der notes ZlO.847.0U 1,U,M70 4,Z94.(WU.71
Redemption fund with
U. 8. treaaurer (5 per
cent of cumulation;.. 36,000.00
Capital stock paid in..
undivided proms, less
expenses and taxes
National bank notes
Due to other national
Due to state banks
and bankers.. 1.7M.M4 ai
Due to trust companies
and savings banns.... us.tjfi.w
subject to check Z.CBa.ftbO.u
Time certificates of
Cashiers' checks out
standing United Slates deposits
Deposits of V. 8. dis
Total- . : 112,024.943.68
State of Nebraska, County ot Douglas, as
- 1. W. H.- Bucliols. cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that tn
above statement Is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief. W. H- HUCHUi,
. J. H. MILLARD.
W. M. BL Kiii-oB,
C. 11. BROWN,
Subscribed arid sworn to- before me this
20th day of May. 190S. u V. ef allii.u.
Office. Fort Meade, H. L.. April 1
Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will be ro
reive.i at this office until 10 a. in., moun
tain time, May 2, ISO, and then opened,
for conatructtna- 1 set of commanding oi
fleers' uuarlera, 1' double aet of lieutenants
auartera. 1 set of bachelor officers quar
ters, 1 band barrack and 1 administration
building, and for installing plumbing, steam
huattiiic. electric wlrlnc and electric ligtu-
ina- fixturee in buildings specified. plans
snd apcciflcatlona may be sven by Intend
In huldera at the offlcea ot the chief our
termarier, Lvpartmeut of tne Missouri.
timaha. Neb.: Jjeuartment of tne Colorado,
iKnvur. Colo.: Dvnartment of the Lakes.
Chicago, 111.; Department of Dakota, St.
Paul. Minn.: Depot uuartermaster. t.
Louis. Mo., and this office, st which Utter
place all information may be obtained upon
application. The Coiled Statea reserves
the right to reject any or all bids, or to ac-
rent anv part oi a out mat may ue aa
v.nimtoui to the government. Envelope
containing proposals should be endorsed
"Proposals tor Publla Buildings, etc., sort
li.jk Je. M- D-," and addressed to L. C.
bCHt-HtK. Csplaln and Uuartermaater.
Pourta Cavalry, Constructing vtuartermaa-
OFFICE OF THE CONBTRUCTINO
(juariermsaier, Fort Omaha. Nebraska,
May li. Isms Sealed proposals in triplicate,
subject to the usual con d'. lions, will be ra.
celved here unui 10 o'clock a. m., central
atandard time. June 17. la), for the con
siruction. plumbing, beating, electric wiring
and fixturee. ot a bakery at Fort Omaha,
Nebraska. Full informal ion furnished on ap
pllvatkHi. U. 8. reserves the rig-tit to re
ject any or al) blda Envelopes containing
nroposala to be marked "Proposals for
Bakery." and addressed to Csplaln W. H.
fiLKY. Constructing Quartermaster. Fort
OmaUa, Nebraska. ' Ml-l-2v-21J15-ia
WILLIAMS FOR OPEN PULPIT
piioopil Bishop of Nebraska, Takei a
Decided Stand on Amendment.
ANNUAL ADDSES3 13 P0UCIBLE
Says that Despite Defeetloa la Ills
Charrh He Weald Llre Cess
na a Iraa ts te Sveala la
Rt. Rev. Arthur L. WIllMms. bishop of
th Nebraska diocese, upheld the so-
called open pulpit In an address Wednesday
fternoon before the Episcopal clergy of
the Nebraska diocese of this state, which
convened Wednesday morning In Trinity
The notable amendment to Canon 19 of
the church was treated fully In the bishop's
nnual address snd he declared that de
spite the defection In his church todsy on
account of the open pulpit, he would license
communicants of a church to make an
address from the pulpit of an Eplseopsl
"I am willing to license Christian men
who are communicants ot a church to make
n address under the provisions of the
mendment to Canon 19." declared Bishop
Williams, "core being exercised In preach
ing the unchanging, faith which the King
as committed to his three-fold ministry.
"No piece of legislation ever enacted by
a general convention has been the cause of
so much confusion ss the smendment to
Canon 19. Many false hopes have been
raised in the minds of some, snd In the
minds of others It was feared the church's
position was compromised.
'Priests who delight In being a law to
themselves have Ignored the plain pro
visions and requirements of the canon,
but the church has given Into the hands
of the bishop the authority of exercising
tho provisions of a canon and I accept
that authority and am not troubled aa to
Agrees with Vermont Bishop.
"The bishop of Vermont Interprets the
amendment as follows; 'First, that per
mission and authority are reserved abso
lutely to the bishop; second, rxthlng Is
f&ld about preaching, officiating and- ser
mons; third, the amendment has nothing
to do with the regular and authoritative
Instruction of the Congregation, only recog
nising the right of tho bishop to allow, on
some special occoaslora, a Christian man,
without reference to ministerial qualifica
tions or standing to give an address in a
"I bold with the bishop of Vermont, and
I will grant permission to any Christian
communicant of a church to make an ad
dress In the church In the absence of
The famous amendment to canon 19,
which has caused a number ot Episcopal
clergymen to leave the church and profess
tha Catholic religion is as follows:
No minister in the church or any con
gregation of the chjrch or In case of va
cancy or aosence, no cnurcn wardens,
vestrymen or trustees of a congregation
shall permit any person to officiate therein
without sufficient evidence of his being
fully licensed or ordained to minister in
this church; provided that nothing herein
ahall be so construed as to forbid commu
nicants ot the church to set as lay readers.
The Episcopal waa opened at 10:80 by the
celebration ot tha holy communion, with
Bishop Williams as celebrant. Rev. Rufus
Clark, D. D., eplstolar, and Rt. Rev. Shel
don M. Orlswold, bishop ot Saltna, gospelar.
Following this, Bishop Orlswold delivered
an address on the "Relation and Harmony
Between Authoritative and Private Judg
ment." Charcta of the ReconciUatloa. '
The bishop spoke of the unreal in the
church today due to the canon amendment.
and of the misunderstanding of the church
by the Protestants on one side and the
Romsn Catholics on the other. He said
that the Episcopal church stands midway
between these two aa the church of the
reconciliation and that this position must
not be compromised.
"The mission of the Eplseopsl church In
the world Is that of a great spiritual
leaven," said Bishop Orlswold. "The
church ts historically known as the Amer
ican Catholic church. Ws are not going
to turn away and desert to the Romanists
or to Protestantism, but we will continue
to stand staunchly by our convictions.
Let us not forget that the church of
Ood stands first of all for spiritual things
and that religion Is not for Sunday alone.
The church Is not a charitable society or a
sociological organization; It Is first of all
a spiritual society."
The council waa organised at 2:30 by
the election of Rev. W. II. Moor, general
missionary of the diocese, as secretary
and Rev. John Albert Williams, rector ot
the church of SL Philip the Deacon,
Omaha, as assistant secretary. Follow
ing the annual address by Bishop W1U
HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF
tne Missouri, Office Chief Commissary,
Omaha. Neb.. April 25. l&ud. Sealed did-
fiusals. In triplicate, for furnishing- and u
Ivery to the commissaries at the followirc
posta, vis.: Pott Crook. Neb.; Fort ti
Moines, la.; Jefieraon Barracks, Mo.: Fort
Leavenworth, Kan.; U. S. Military Prison,
tort Leaven worth, Kan.; Fort MacKensle
Wyu; Fort Meade, 8. D.; Fort Omaha,
Nub.; Fort Kiley, Kan.: Fort Roblnaon,
Neb.; Fort D. A. Russell, Wyo., and Fort
Washakie, Wyo., Such quantities of fresh
beef and mutton for the period commencing
July 1, 190. arid ending December il, 19os,
as may be required by the commissarlea
al ma several posts above named, and In
accordance with specifications and condt-
tlona set forth in circular No, 4, War De
partment, Office of the Commissary Gen
uial U. S. Army, Waslunaton. D. C. Marct
fi, 1914, will bo received at this office until
11 o'clock a. m. May , iwj8, and then
opentd. Full information, blank proposals,
guarantee bonds and couy ot circular No.
4, above re(rred to, can be bad on applica
tion to thla office or the post commissary
at any of the post naned. Envelopes con
taining proposals must be marked "Pro-
posala for resn Beef and Mutton, to be
opened May .'5, 19us, ' and b addressed to
the undersigned. T. li. Hacker, Captain,
Lollliiustar u. o. Armx. cniel commissary
PROPOSALS FOR DRAFT HORSES AND
Draft, Pack and Saddle Mule Cnief
yuarlermaster a oifice, omalia, Nebraska,
jany -v, im. oeun-u propnaaia, in tripuca
will be received at tnls office un.h if
o clock m., central standard time, June 18,
1MM, ana men opened, in tt.e presence of at
lending bidders, for U lignt draft horej,
17 meulunt draft horses, lt draft mules
wheel; tlo draft mules, lead; (4 pack mulej
ana i saddle muies, ior delivery at Onuha.
Nebraska, or oilier promini nt ral.r a l
points, me animate to conform to kptcltl
canons for draft horse and mules. CnltrJ
niaiea reserves ngui 10 aic.pt or reject
any or ail proposals or any i.art ihartuf
Particulars and blanks lor proposals will
be furnished on application. envelopes
containing; proposals ij oe endorsed li o-
posala tor llcracs or Mules'' and addruMed
to Major u. r siccariny, ruei quarter
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER
MASTER. Fort Leavenworth. Kansas.
April 28, 14. Sealed proposals. In triplicate.
win ue rceivu uere uuiu ii.vu a. ni.. Cen
tral time. May 22. llsig, and then opened, for
constructing the following buildings, in
cluding plumbing, heating, elecirlo wiring
and electric iigating fixtures: Two ais
Field Officers' Uuarlera and three double
aels Captains' Quarters, at Fort Leaven
worth. Kansas. Full Information and blank
forms of proposal furnished on application
to thla office. Plana and specifications may
be asen here; also in offices of Chief Quar
termaster at Omaha. St. Paul and Denver
and Depot Quartermaster. Saint Louis.
United States reserves the right to accept
or reject any or all proposals or any part
thereof. Envelopes to be endorsed "Pro
posals for Public Buildings" and addressed
to Capiat WUltao. li. Davis. Quarter,
master. A2a-2-30 Ml-io-U
lam In which he tulnglied" Ihe lets
Bishop Worthlngton and called attention
to the prosperous condition of the de
nomination In the state, reports of com
m'ttees were received and routine buslnen
R. A. BALL AGjMN ON THE MAT
I s Oare Mr far Bending- Mrs ta
"a Jaha' and Offers ta Re
tsrs tha Maaey.
Through the persistency ot Sam Brown,
a youth with bushy hair, looking for work,
R. A. Ball, who conducts an employment
bureau on Eleventh street, was smoked
out In police court Wednesday morning.
According to the story of Brown, two
young men paid Ball a couple ot dollars
to get them a job. He sent them to Wayne,
and when they arrived there, they say,
there was no Job for thein and the man
to whom they were sent did not want
any men. Brown had money enough to re
turn, but he says his partner , la still
stranded at Wayne.
Through h!a attorney, W. F. Wapplch,
Ball asked for a continuance, saying he
knew nothing of the case. H. 8. Daniel,
city prosecutor, Insisted on a trial, say
ing thai these were hard cases to prose
cute, as he could seldom get a man to
stay for the trial and that the prosecuting
witness had but SO cents, so could not wait
"This fellow makes a practice of ship
ping men to the courftry somewhere when
ever he sees a chance to collect a dollar
from them," said Judge Crawford.
"They are hard cases, but We finally
managed to drive fine of them from the
city," said Mr. Daniel, "and I don't
want thla wltnesa to get away."
The case was put over until Thursday
As they stepped back from the bar,
Ball called young Brown to one side and
"What do you want to make me all
this trouble for? You can't get anything
from the police by pushing this. Why
didn't you come around to see me? I would
have given you your money back."
Before he left Brown said Ball promised
to return the fee and also his railroad
fare, amounting to $12.50, If he would drop
CENSOR FOR THE THEATERS
aa Means Sasraested for Frohlbltlas
Blood and Thnnder Plays,
Which Ara Condemned.
A censor to pass on all plays put on In
Omaha la advocated by some ot the juvenile
court authorities as a means of getting
rid of the blood and thunder class of pro
ductions without Interfering With real art.
The special charge of Judge Sears to the
grand Jury on the subject has Increased
discussion. Some favor an ordinance
covering the matter, but it is feared a
general rule could not be drawn which
would preverX the cheap plays that hcroite
criminals and appeal to the Instincts of
young boys that at the same time permit
high class plays In which crime Is an
I would be glad to see a censor ap
pointed who would have the right to sup
press Improper plays," said Probation Of
ficer Mogy Bernstein. "Some theatrical
critic, who has the ability to discriminate
beween tha good and the bad, ought to be
clothed with power to keep out the bad."
"I don't know just how we could do It
but I know It ought to be done some way,"
aid Judge Eitclle of the juvenile conrt
There is ivothlng more demoralising to the
youth of the city than the play that depicts
crime and make heroes Of criminals. Such
shows aa "The Burglar' and the Lady,"
'The Gambler from the West," and similar
productions ahould not be permitted to ex
hlblt. We find It every ;.;day -In Juvenile
court. Boys are constantly led astray by
having their minds Inflamed by sucl
JUDGE REVERSES HIMSELF
Crawford Lets Gas Kelson Ro When
He Hears Doth Sides of
After Judge Crawford had asaessed a
fln-galnst Ous Nelson for selling beer
last Sunday from a kitchen at 6"6 North
Sixteenth street and had written the fine
on the docket, and Judge Berks, attorney
for Nelson, had seven notice ot appeal, a
conference was held between Judge Berka
nd his client. They decided to ask to
have tha case reopened, that further evi
dence might be Introduced. Nelson had
not been put on the stand during the
trial of the case, as Judge Berka said he
did not consider Officer Wooldridge had
made out a caae. His new evidence con
slated of the testimony of Nelson and after
this had been Introduced, Judge Crawford
reversed himself and dismissed the case.
Officer Wooldridge had caught Abe Alt-
schuler coming down from the room with
a bottle of beer. Taking Mm back to the
loom, they found seversl cases of beer,
some In the ice box and some tn a tub
on Ice. Nelson testified that the beer was
being cooled for his boy, who wss at a
TWO LOST ONES ARE WANTED
Bath Parties Are from Indiana aad
Oat Formerly Worked la
Postmaster Thomas has received a let
ter from W. T. Lawson of Danville. Ind.,
making a pathetic and earnest Inquiry for
one Alva Lawson, who waa last heard from
In Omaha. The letter states that Alva's
father U dead and It Is Important that
the son should be heard from. (
Another letter from Winchester, Ind.,
written by Mrs. Mary White, asks for the
Omaha address or Mrs. May Gllman, who
was last heard from in Omaha.
Tbs Omaha city directory of last year
gives the name of Alva Lawaori, who was
then working with trie C. N. Diets Lum
ber company, and his boarding place as
the City hotel. Inquiry at the Diets Lum
ber company reveals the tact that such
a man did work for that company about
two years ago. but the company has loat
track of him, and has no knowledge of tils
The name of Mrs. May Oilman does not
appear In the Omaha directory.
Fer rest, pleasure or hi si naaa
n pays ta travel aa tna
To ARI3, tha City Beautiful.
laws is aa sotatt sa the Continent
j-pjirT- Compagnia Ganaraia
5jr real mult sin swn
W YORK TO PARI IN DATa
via Havre on gigantic twin-screw exprei
steamers, saiuug every luunuy la a.m.
Thc wonde-s of modern invcutions have
all the convenience aid luxury of moat
Klatial hotels on a more immense scale,
aaenger elevator, roof cafe, gymnaa-um,
elegant suites aud single a part tar a la: daily
newaoaDer. orchestra, wirelcae telearaDhv.
famous niU'.ne and every piavtatoa fa)
seacij saa crauor-.
La Bate SUy M I La SaraU Juaa IS
La Praveace ...... .June La Prvvaaea Juaa 4
La Lerrsiua Juaa II i La Lorraiae Julr
Early la rvailasa rsaaauBeaaaa. Par saps at
liiaamiag kaoa at Iratets aa4 mas avpi ta
HAH it K kuukai .... ti araaa St.
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W. a. hock. UU Paraam at.
W . DAVIDSON. - - - - Iklt hiua St.
UlUll - - sate Pint fcaUuaal attaa.
JAMES J. FEE NOT INSANE
Such it the Determination of the Com
mission on Insanity. '
MUST GO TO THE PENITENTIARY
s Tlldea. Insanity Comwitaeloner,
Holds the Mis W ho Threatened
Lather Drake ta Ba
James 3. Fee, who was convicted of at
tempting to extort 15,000 from Luther
Drake, president of the Merchants
National bank, by threatening to blow up
the bank, will not escape the penitentiary
by the Insanity route. The Insanity com
mission Wednesday trade a finding de
claring he la sane. This flndlna was based
on a thorough examination made by Dr.
Tilden, In which he conversed with Fee
on a number of subjects In "which Fee was
The Inquiry by the Insanity commission
was made under a complaint filed by
Fee's attorney, Sidney W. Smith, after a
Jury had returned a verdict of guilty.
Smith made Insanity the sola defense In
the case, but the Jury disregarded it.
In his report to the commission Dr. Til
den declared In his opinion Fee was Kane,
but he said he was entitled to sympathy
because of his condition. He has been
a sufferer from locomotor atnxla for a
number of years and according to Dr.
Tilden may have recurrent attacks ot the
disease. This sometimes leads to In
sanity, but Dr. Tilden is of the opinion
Fee fa perfectly sane now. An effort
probably will be made to have Feo
specially treated at the pnltentlnry hospi
tal when he Is taken there.
In his conversation with Dr. Tilden Fee
discussed socialistic doctrines In a way that
showed he could reason clearly and log
ically and did not exhibit any symptoms
of mental deranirement. Ha defended
socialism and declared he thought he. was
Justified In doing what he did because the
bank had large amounts of money stored
In its vaults while he and other poor men
were In want. Ho has had considerable
dlfflcuty In holding a Job on account of his
disease and this Is believed to have Induced
him to try and get the money by extortion.
He said he had heard of other men getting
money that way and he thought he could
do the same.
HILL TRAIN CUTS OFF DAY
New IlnrllnsTton Limited Saves Time
Between Omaha and Pacific
One business day will be saved to travel
ers between Omuha and the Pacific north-
weft by the new limited passenger service
the Burlington will Inaugurate May Si be
tween Omaha, Chicago. Kansas City and
St. Louis to Seattle, In cotinnectlon wit hi
the Northern Pacific road.
This train, which Is limited as to equip
ment, will leave Omaha dally at 4:10 p. m.
and Lincoln at 6:15, and arrive at Billings
In twenty-six hours and fifteen minuter.
The train reaches Spokane tho second
evening out of Omahi, and Seattle tho
next morning, or sixty-four hours and
twenty minutes from Omaha. Tho oppo
site train will be similar in character and
In order to make this service posrlbls
the train must be strictly of a through
character, and to do this new Intermediate
local service will be added between Lin
coln and Btoken Bow to tuke care ot the
local Nebraska travel.
Tile new local train leaves Lincoln at
6:46 p. m., making all stops to Ravenna,
and local tralna Nos. 39 and 10 will be ex
tended to and from Broken Bow. The new
eastbound train, leaves Ravenna at noon,
arriving st Lincoln at 6:15 p. m.. and the
change In train No. 44-brings this truln
Into Lincoln at 7:30 a. m., In time to con
nect with No. 4 for the east.
New B a nt Service.
Beginning Thursday the Wnbash will put
on a sixeen section buffet Pullman sleep
ing car, instead of twelve sections, on Its
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V aU. v Jl-
slllrt 'HslnVtU 7) tn IS H b I i
Omaha-St. Loula train, owing to Increased
The Illinois Central li. ready to operate
cars over Its own rails from Omnha to
Birmingham. Ala., and Savanah, (la., and
has Inaugurated a line of through buffet
sleeping cars from Chicago to these points.
This service will be inaugurated May 30
over the new Birmingham line from Jack
son, Tenn., to Birmingham and continuing
ever the Central of Georgia via Columbua
and Bacon to Savanah, the second morning
COIN NO GOODJDN TRADE TOUR
Only Checks Will Go, as System to
Prevent Robberies Has
To Whom It May Concern:
Rather -than to make needless trouble,
the Grand Pussy of the Amocati, Omaha
Trade Boosters, gives notice that there
mill be no ready money carried by the ex
cursionists on the tri-state excursion which
starts from Umana May zi. r.veryining
will be paid for on the train wnn cnecjts.
In the event holdup men are planning to
rob the train at any point, this notice will
serve as a warning to them not to pass
ud express cats ana women rassensers
for tho Omahans. .
This is the notice which the Commercial
club has cauaed to be circulated previous
to leaving for western Nebraska, Colorado
and Wyoming, and the system will aeem
like a return to the cashier's check scheme.
except that the checks given on the train
for meals and merchandise, will not bo
negotiable. Should the holdup men show
up, they will be accommodated and each
passenger will write a check book of the
checks for the robbers and then wire the
banks to stop payment
Probably each excursionist will carry one
Bryan dollar for luck, but the plan la to
have no cash on hand, except that which
la given as souverJrs along the line.
-That the banks may not be bothered with
handling such small checks, the barbers.
which accompany the train have advanced
the prices. Shaves will cost 25 cents, hair
cuts and shampoos will be 60 cents each.
A complete treatment from the tonsorial
arttBt will cost 31.25 and checks will be
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ome, Sweet Borne"
Do you want to buy, sell or
exchange a home?
It does not matter which for,
by simply turning to the Real
' Estate columns on the Want
page any day you will be
sure to find a buyer, seller,
or sorne one yith whom
you can make a trade.
The best homes for sale,
rent or exchange are al
ways advertised in
S:?) The Bee.
J5'f Read the
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BUILDINGS ESCAPE TAXATION
Laundry Operated by Good Shepherd
and Nt. I'atrlrk'e Pnraonatie
Held to lie Kxemnt.
In response to a reqifsl from County As
sessor Shrlvcr. Depty Comity" Attorney
Magney has given an opinion that th
laundry case on a decialon of the supreme
vent of the Good Shepherd and tl.o par
sonage owned by St. Patrick's church snd
occupied by tho priest, are exempt from
Mr. Mngney bases his decision In tho
laundry case on decision of the aiipremo
court which saya that property used by
religious Institutions themselves Is ex
empt. In enso it should be rented and used
by some one other than tne religious In
stitution It would not be ' exempt. The
State Board of Equalisation In l.l ndopted
a resolution providing that parsonages oc
cupied by ministers shall be exempt.
"I suffered with pain lndcr my
left breast, and. shortness of
breath and nervousness, tly heart
would beat very fast and thr.i
it would hardly beat :it all. Ona
doctor told me I had neuralgia of
the heart, another said I had
dyspepsia, and a.nothcr only a
weak heart, but none of them
gave me any relief. I wrfs not
able to be otii' for; four months.
I wrote the - Miles Medical Co.
for advice, and they told m.
to take Dr. Miles' Nervine wh.li
the Heart Cure. I took both a
directed, and entirely recovered."
V.R3. P, JENNINGS.
J.'iiuv Uiver. 1'. O.. Vs.
MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind.
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