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THE BEE: - OMAHA, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 28. 190!.
riTT rnoPBHTt roit ialb.
John Morrison House
Largs l-fonm house, diagonally across
from Roma Miller's BA.Ono entry home.
Omnd Ave. and Florence boulevard. Houm
; fronts south and east. In setting of fin
old foreeit tree; beautiful outlook to the
' east aver Mn Levi Carter park, the Mis
souri river valley and the low hills. Mr.
Morrison baa tmnovfd from the city, but
la hero temporarily and while her wlshe
thla property sold.' Former prle, 17,000,
present price, 26.600, Act quickly.
Harrison & Morton
A HOME IF TOC WANT IT.
WILL Bl'Ilja FOR YOU near Hanseom
park North End ar moat any place you
want to live. Terma to ault the tlrnea.
NOWATA LAND AND UT CO.,
S'lita t N. Y. Ufa Bldg.
I'lvm Red 1 BOB. Omaha. Neb.
. Open evenings. '
Cool tn aummex.
On rar line. Harney fine to door. Built
Ii7. Eight aunny rooms. Big attic. Ce
mented basement. S3d St. paving, paid fpr.
14.200. Term: 2.16 per month la rental
rlre.. ' .
1T.1B N. Md., S. E. Or. 33 and Seward.
D'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
001 N. Tv IJto.
Doug, or A-2151
(19J 34. 27
MUST SELL THIS WEEK
1124 So. 2th fit.. 7-room house, new.
tlrlrtly modern, perm, walks, paved street,
pav'na all paid, location hard tn beat, lot
a 34xlW, fine lawn. Look at thla at once
aid then see u for price and terma.
Birk'ett & Tebbens,
w-B I.J' -J CJiutB, I II I ri I IT? IP, aVUUB. T I "- nil
. . 13 27
Store to Rent
L'txl'i lth and Farnam.
Harrison & Morton
(18) M211 27
Irrigated. No floods or drouths. No crop
failures. Free fuel. Kins- climate. South-e-n
Idaho. Kaay terma. -Ten years' time.
rlp"0lal excuValona. For free map of Idaho
and particulars how to file, address The
Idaho Land Company, 222 Midland Bldg.,
Kansas City. Mo. (19) MSeW M x
I!I Y DIRKCT AND SAVE-COMMISSION.
H.iKi 115 'No. JSth Ave., T rooms; new,
never occupldd; owner built this personally
for a home, but circumstances prevent
him from utn It. ' B,lrch finish; cemented
collar; fine furnace:, large floored attic;
cement . walks contracted for.
IN'Ul'lRK "S7 CAPITOL AVENt'B.
TELEPHONE D. 733.
8 . Rooms: $2,600
Here la a real snap for home or Invest
ment.': Four rooms and bath up atalrs; 4
very large rooms and hall down stair.
Similar to St. ixiuls flat can be rented to
two families. Beautiful 60 ft. east front
lot. nicely terraced ; cement wslk; shade.
Well located. Rental -127 per month.
tl.GOO cash, balance 126 per month.'
It. R. STRINGER,
635 Paxton, Blouk, r , -Phone Douglas CtU..
(1) M&76 1
$:;.vm KCYS an. owner built house on 2424
Prown St. - Btrkjtiy modern, 2-story, 1
Both 'Phonea. 41 Be Bldg
OWNER SAYS SELL
Fins six-room residence on Burt St. facing
the linulevsrd, modern In every way, good
basement oud wslks. The owner la obliged
to ao on his homestead this week. Price,
12. S0m; r.ioi cash, balance same aa rant. .
NATIONAL INVESTMENT COMPANY,
ibl Brandela Bldg. umana, iNeb.
80 A.$200 an Acre
JVt irlles from court hnuao (Improved.)
Harrison & Morton,
HO-ACRE homrateaila: cheap relinquish
ments J, Beraina, Whitman. Neb.
..... . , -to) M401 MaylAx
PETERS TRUST CO.. "
NEW. YORK LIFE BLDG.
We want large loans on well located,
flia. cists city property.
. We can place large amounts at low rates.
Peters Trust Company.
New York Life Building.
(1J 7u6 Maya
To sell at these prices, but we must have
the money quick.
J. 6 4 rooma, nearly new, north part.
Il.ono 4 rooms, new, north of A mas Ave.
H en t rooma. good,, north of Bemla park.
tS.Jtik-l ' rooms, mod, near Hanacom park.
Our list, la full of such bargains.
DARLING & 'PAULINO
D. 6034. . ' 441 Biandela. . A 1623.
After 6 P. M., Web. MVS.
t ROOMS t&,5t.
Elegant 9-reom, ail modern house; hot
water heat, gas and electricity; flnlahed In
iiuarter-sawed white oak and yellow pine;
auto garage. Property faces eaat on 4th,
corner lot; pavement paid for. Very good
neighborhood. Investigate and be convinced
that the price la right.
. H. R. STRINGER,
Wi Paxtan Block, Douglas a,l.
NEW, T rooma, very en vice, Bemla P-rk
diatrlct. C. M. Rich. Us, N. Y. Ufa,
Dia. A 1221 , ll-Mlfcs)
Six little farms 2 to 10 acres eacb. Close
to Benson and paved road. Easy terms
If )oii want. Ask us.
AYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.,
1st Floor N. Y. L. Bldg.
Tel Doug. 17M. A UW.
'-ROOM modern houae In Weat Farnam
diatrlct. large corner lot; streets paved;
all apeclals paid. Price. &.600.
I O. NEII-SEN & CO.,
7t3 N.-Y. Life Bldg. Both Phones.
(ll 246 2
Four-room, collate, 60 foot south front lot
t Utn and Van Canip avenue. Thla la a
oeiutlfui ' lirtle place and very cheap,
l,06u; must be sold, owner leaving cltv.
Just the place for atreet car man. W. K
lioraan, 236 Board of Trade.
(l MTat 30
HOMES IN BENSON Part rash, balance
eaate aa rest. W. B Yarton, 226 S. Or
phanage Ave., Benson. Tel. Benson 6M.
REAL ESTATE. LOANS and Insurance
List yeu property with us for sals or
exchange. Walnut and aOrahard Hills
Realty Cm, ol Hamilton St. 'Phonss
Harney 2.6i; lnd.. B-1M2, (1 U4
UAROB new mod. 6-r. cottage, eer. lot
lOOxUa. two blocks from ear line; Imme
. dtate peaeeast..n; get a home on easy pay.
aneats from th owntr. Doug. 1662 or even.
Inge Web. 4661. III M46
SOUIJCVARD HOrrK.- 2U Nertklth St.
ruums. modern, only liwu. Thomas
BrenMa. reom i New York Ufa Bids
URAL ESTAIK DEALER-.
MUST SELL THESE
2M1 Emmet, neat 4-room cottage, wi n
bath and toilet, paved street, for II. V';
Kit N. Both. -room cnttags. portly IWi
cm, paved afreet. Il.lw! eitav terma
4t N. aiet, bargain In new and up tn-date
house, t rooina and hall, large attic, ook
flnlah. nicely decorated: cloae-ln property
and very dewtrahl.
HM Charles St.; aee thla new bouse,
room, strii'ily modern, good neighborhood,
can be nought rltht.
CATHEDIHL DISTRICT, large I-room
atrlctly modern home on paved street, now
offered for first time. Price la t,60O.
REM IS PARK New house. B roomi, 1
stories and attic, oak flnlah. hot water
heat, full south front lot. dandy view.
Price 5,5ui. Ready to move rlf lit Into.
(llovpr Realty Syndicate,
Ground floor X. T. IJfe. Both 'phone.
NEW 7-ROOM HOUSE
413 NORTH 39TH ST., $5,500
A fine home In the beat realdence district
In the city, cloaa to parochial achool and
public achool. luat south of the beautiful
new rathedrsl. also only a few block a from
the Sacred Heart academy, one block from
car line, on a beautiful, sightly lot; haa full
basement, hot water heat, uuartrr-eaw,!
oak floora and large fine rooma, modern
and complete In every way. Thla muet be.
Been to be appreciated. Reasonable terma
?an te made.
IA8T1NGS HE YD EN, 1614 Harney St
LIBT your property with Chris Boyer. Ki
and Cumins Fts lB)-
FARM AND HANOI LiSID FOR (ALB
COIRADO IRRIGATED SNAP.
40 acres loir tna towoslte, twelve mllea
from Denver; fruit and vegetable land
Ilea beautifully: fine view of the moun
tains; Ideal for home or Investment. This
will be sold at one-half ita preaent value
If at once.
NATIONAL. INVESTMENT CO..
lit Rrandels Bldg., Omaha. Nab.
6,722 Acres, Cheap
Fine ranch, elegant for colonization; two
sets Improvements, 4 wella. t.oOO barrel
storage cistern, corrsla, scales, dipping
vats, etc, 0 acres alfalfa; part Irrigated;
1,000 acres comes under new ditch; 2 miles
from R. R. town In northeastern Colorado.
Snap at $10 per acre. Good terma.
H. R. STRINGER.
U6 Paxton Block, Omaha, Neb.
(JO) M374 it
We make a specialty of Irrigated fruit
tracts, farm landa and stock ranches.
In Colorado and New Mexico. We have
apeclally good offerings In the Miami
valley, near Springer. New Mexico, of
farms and ranchea.
JOSEPH POWELL CO.,
231-1 Coronado Bldg., Denver. Cnlo.
240 ACRES VERY CHEAP
For a few daya we are permitted to offer
at tiOO per acre an elegant. Warren county
farm easily worth $115. Thla fine farm Is
only S miles from good" town. Is exception
ally well Improved, has the very best soil
and Is rented for cash. Here Is an excep
tional baraaln In land that never falls to
I raise from 10 to 80 bushels of corn per
I acre. Writ today.
I H. R. STRINGER.
636 Paxton Block, Omaha. Neb.
(20) M37 a
IT." 8. GOVERNMENT. '
Snake River Valley-Twin Falls District.
60.00U screa open nv drawing June t, ltot.
Write C. B; H L'RTT, Bolae. Idaho;
(30) M220-June Sx
Can you raise EIGHT CROPS OF AL
FALFA yearly and Bell It for 112.50 4 ton,
Also. TWO CROPS OF CORN T Can you
raise oranges, lemons and other aemltrop
Jcal fruits? NO! But you can In the
Sonora. Mexico, on main line of 8. P. Ry.
fronting east on Gulf of California. Fine
Climate, good markets at hand, paying big
prices. 4UO.0U0 acrea under irrigation. ,
If you want to buy thla land at 226 per
acre In rive yearly pajrmenta including per
petual water right, ACT NOW, and Join
NEBRASKA AND IOWA COLONY.
Excursion May 4. Write for particulars.
Hackett-Stillman Land Co., Agts
221-22 N. Y. Life. Omaha, Neb. Doug. 8972.
$2.50 Per Acre
Four sections sand hill graslng land,
fourteen mllea north of Hershey, on Union
pacific railroad In Lincoln county, Ne
braska, nins mllea north of Platte river.
22.60 per acre. AJoinlng - land held at
W. L Selby,
436 Board of Trade Bldg.
ONE seolion good land near Sidney at K
per acre If taken soon. Address C 2o0,
care Bee. (20) M361 2Sx
TWO sections level land near Sidney, 26
per acre; part cash. Address D caie
Bee. (20) M3;2 2x
FOR SALE Two choice quarter soot Ions
land In one of the best fsrmlng districts
in Garfield county. Okl. Will sell at a
bargain, for tjie next 30 days only. Ad
dress B. A. Garber, Garber, Okl
eeth Da hat a.
i.ook 18 I P.
Then come with us to Hrule county. South
Dakota. We control 14.000 acres and can
sell In tracts to suit purchasers. Prices
tM to 2.10 per acre. Write or call.
KELLKY INVESTMENT CO..
220-6 Neville Bldg. .
Arcadia Commercial Orchards
' The Aracadla Orchards company is oper
ating tue largrtst uommrrciul orchard
propoaition In tne world 10.000 acrea, requir
ing only auxiliary Irrigation being rapidly
planted to apple treea. When the treea
come to bearing the land will be worth at
leaat tl.OuO an acre and will produce from
IjD to 21. Mb an aore In net fruit yield.
The company la capital'.ied on the baaia
of 21.0H0 per acre. Twe-flfthe of the stock
la preferred, now on the market at 250 a
ahare (one-half the par value).
Write for llluatrated proepertua givtns
detailed information concerning apple
growing In the Inland Empire, and demon
strating how you can invest In Aivadia
Orchards with theae results:
1. Inveatment absolutely safe '
2. Interest 2 per ent -from "the start
guaranteed. 3. Stock Increaae in maiket al.ie from
2n0 a ahare to llou a share In five years
4. Dividends on preferred stock. In addi
tien to guaranteed Intereet, of from 2JO u
3100 a share, depending on age of the trees
snd beginning when orchsrds come to bear
Arcadia Orchards Company,
Room 6JA Hyde Block. Spokane, Wash..
IT. 8. A. . i
REAL ESTATE LCANS
WANTF.V City ione and warrants. W
Karran- .r.iMu. 4- '. 1.'0 Farnam St.
. (U 624
SECOND MORTGAGE loans negotiated
Apply Room 41"-l! First Nafl Ba"W m Is
haft 'pboae Douglas WX (TT) raj
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED CU loana. Peters Trust Ce.
fP.IVATE money to loan. J. H. Rherwood.
Of Branaaia uiag. iB 431
PAYNE, BOSTWICK CO.. N. T. Ufa
Prlvste money; um to I&.U00; law rate
MONEY TO BU1L.D.
mm in liMl.tna at ciirnat rmtmm
W. H. THOMAS, tut First Nat I Bank Bld.
UOWEST RATES Bemla. Brandela Bldg.
tlM TO I1O.O0O made promptly. F.
weed Bldg., iitn and Fa rr am.
riVB PER CENT MONEY
te loan on
Omaha Bualnrsa Property
Room L New York Life Bldg.
j (ZD .1
MS te ftno.mo, loweat ra'se.
uvtlD Bros.. 1604 Farnam
SOS TO K.Ooa on homes tn Omaha O-Keefe
KeaJ Estate Co., ltiul N. T. Life. Dong,
er A-ilU. UX)4J
MONEY TO LOAN-Payne Investment Col
. a 4
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYERS for a 6-room nnuse. a
-room houae and a couple of vacant lots.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT COMPANY.
Suite 624 N. T. Life Bldg . Omaha
'Phone Had 1M. Open Evenlnga
WANTED TO BUY
10 to 40 acres close to city, for cash; must
be well located, near car line; prefer no
Improvements. W. R. Homsn, K6 Hoard
of Trade. (.; M7&4 30
NEW furnaces, hot water and hot air com
bination heating, t and 4-hole laundry
not water neatera, mantle grates, gas
stoves repaired, water ironts snd flowei
vases. Omaha Stove Repair works, 1206-
12 Douglas St. 'Phones lnd. A-SWl;
mm u. uousias shv.
BIOHEST prtcea for secondhand furniture;
carpets, clotbea and ahoea. Teu Doug. 1S)1L
BEST price paid for secondhand furniture,
carpets, stoves, clothing, shoes. Tel. Doug.
eu- () 641
The Practical Auctioneer. (42 N. Y. LI fa
STANDARD upright piano,
BEST prices paid for 2d-hand furniture.
domes, snoes, etc. Tel. Douglsa 42R5.
(26)-U May 22
WANTEDBuggy horse, young, aound
iooui low lbs. Phone Harnev
(2S) 238 t7x
YOUNG lady would like to care for In
valid lady or to do practical nursing
Aaaress u 412, care tfee. (.T) 194 27 x
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Fred W. Wolf to Fred Hansen, part
lot 26. B E. Rogers' Okahoma I 3,160
r: f. Kirkenaau et al to Poter Gor
rle. lot 21. Mils Place
Coad Ral Estate company to P. J.
Murphy, lot 21, block 1 Hillside No. 2
Oe-rge P. Bemla Real Estate com
pany to J. P. Kirk, lot 4, block 3.
Wise & Parmeln's add
Brower E. McCague and wife to J. H.
Nielsen, lot 2, Mid City
Van Sant Land company to Otiarlea
I Thomas, lot 7, block 2, Bedford
Place, and other property ...
Minna Wtttenhach to John N. Has
kell, tax lot 6 In 3-14-12
County treasurer to Frank T. B.
Martin, lot 21, block ; lot U. block
14. and lot U, block 17. Orchard Hill ,
Same to Mum, lot 19. block 9. and let
4. block 12. Orchard Hill
Same to same, lots 17, 18, li and 20,
block 16. Orchard Hill
Same to same, lots 10 and 11, block 3.
Same to same, wV of ef6 feet lot 2,
Same to same, part lot 4. Okahoma
Same to same, eS of c96 feet lot S,
Same to Alfred O. Barker, 1 ta 2, t
and t, block 9. Crelghtnn Heights....
Minnie Crawford to Mary Ilemann.
n26 feet lot 13, block SO, South Omaha
Mary Heniann to Mlnr.le Crawford.
n fet lot 13, block 80. South Omaha
Julius Klersch and wife et al to Ed
A. 8telger. eight-ninths Intereet In
lot 2. block 40, and lota 16 and 17.
block 36. Benson
Jacob Newman and wife to W. 1
Selby. lot I, block 6, Baker Place ...
Wilbur M. Ix mon and wife to same.
lots 17. 18, 37 and 30. block 1, and
other lota, W. I Selby'a 1st add. ..
Same to same. Iota I, 20. 30 and 31,
block 1, and other lots, same
H. J. Grove and wife to Frank M.
Congdon, lots It and 19, block 6,
Bdward E. Jones and wife to same,
lot 20. block 6. Halcyon Heights
Merchants Natlnnsl bsnk to A. I
Shipley, lot 2. block 124. Florence....
F. P. Klrkendall et al to D. J. Pear
son, lot 13, ESIts Place
Hugh T. Fellers and wife to C. R.
weet and wife, lot 13, replat of
block 3. Bemla park
Alice P. McCauiley to Bm,lly A. Bl ick-
woco. lot 11 Himettaugn Place
Hastings & Heyden to Mary Moran.
lot 10. block 7. Patrick's 2d Saratoga
Game to s&rru. nlit feet of lot 6 and all
lot 4. block 2. same
A. L. Reed el al to Rohrt P. Hamil
ton, lot 2, block 6. Drake's add
Emma B. Mmr and husband to H.
R Kooeer, let . block 115, Dundee)
South Omaha Land rnmpanv to Mar
garet Buckley, lot 4, block 369, South
D. C. Paltoraon, trualee. and wife, to
Parkway Real Estnte company, lota
VS. 17. is. 1 and 20, block 6, B1
County treasurer to D. C. Patterson,
Jf cob Jensen to A. W. Jackson, lot
7. block 12. West Side
William B. Umit and wife to Rem Ire
snd Roae Aldrlch. lot 4. Tukey's re
plat A. I- Reed et al to C. D. Armstrong
lot 6. block 2. Rned's 6th
H. E. Rainey to same, same
It. D. Gulun and wife to George J.
Morris, lots 21 and 22, block 3, Mis
souri Avenue psrk
Jorn C. Whartcti. trustee, and wife,
to Smllh Brick company, lot It),
block 23. Omaha View Extension
Mary M. Stark to Ida M. Cole, lot 4.
block 16S. Florence
Geore T. Undley and wife to
Rudolph Beal, lot f. block 10, Walnut
County treasurer to George T. I.lnd
Peter M. Waugberg and wife to A. E
Oianov-r, lot 26. block 16. Hanacom
William F Hina to I-na Hlns, lot 22
and part lots 1 and i. block 21.
Bankers Savlnga snd Ican association
to W. F. Hlns. lot 1. block !, Boule
James W. Murphy to Charles Andr
son. lot 1. blK-k 2. Oakdale. and lot 7,
block 160. South Omaha
Lettle B. Mundv and husband tn
T:mothv Broderick. lot 2, block 2.
Mahonev tt Mlnahan s lat add
Pavne. Bostwiik A Co. to Rosa V.
Srhrlver, e feet lot i'4 and all lot l.i,
C. H. Brlgga and wife to Harry Gross,
part tax U 32 in 21-15-13
John G Brown and wife to John G.
Itiner. lota 2. 4 and 6, block 21,
TotaJ amount ef transfers...
D. C. SCOTT, D.V.S.
(Suoraaaor to lit. K. L Rau-tcclut tL )
a MKnft TT RATS TJTT-Arjr AI-BJ.
Off toe aa4 3tsp4wU. Ml
Calls Promptly -Answered si Ail Honrs,
rasas Office Karney 7. l-'i ak
aa. as as-S a
SEALED BIDS WiLL BE RECEIVED
at the office of J. C. Simpson, secre
tary, Iea Moinea, Iowa, for the erection
of a ateel construction fireproof grand
atsnd. to be constructed on the Iowa
State Fair Grounds. Wide will be received
on the entire work complete, and alao
aeparately on Nie ateel work, mason wurk.
grading and plumbing. All bids are to be
In on or before 12 o'clock noon of the CMh
of April. 1!iB. and snail be accompanied
with a certified check of t per cent of the
amount of the bid. aa a guarantee that
the bidder will enter into contract. If re
quired to do ao, and give a good surety
bond of 40 per cent of the amount of his
contract, for the faithful performance ef
the same. Approximate estimate of
quantities Grading. 20,000 yards; brick
work. WmM: cut atone, 1.140 euhlo feet:
reinforced concrete floora. ao.mn cubic
feet: cement walks and curb, 80.000 feet;
ateel work. 977 tons. All work to be com
plete on or before the 14th of Auauat
19"9. Plana may he aeen at the office of
Secretary Blmpaon. or at the office of
Oliver O. Smith, architect. nn Yotingerman
Bldg., on and after April Kith.
OFFICE OF CONSTRUCTING QUAR-
termaster. Fort Douglas. I tah. AdHI
26. 1909. Sealed proposals In triplicate.
subject to the usual conditions, will he
received at tlilB ofrie until in o'clocH
m . May Zh. lon, and then opened In
the presence of attending bidders, for
construction of a Garbage Crematory and
Crematory Rulldlng at Fort Donllaa,
T tah. Information furnished on applica
tion. Envelopes containing bids to be
marked "Proposals for Crematory Bulld-
t. and addressed to "faptaln T. R.
Ha,Tker. Quartermaster. 15th Infantry.
Constructing Quartermaster Fort Doug.
IBS, l tsn. ' A. ZB-Z7-ZS-2B M. Z4-Z. .
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED
proposals will be received by the Ne
braska State Board of Public Lands and
Bulldlnga at the office of GeorRe C. Jun-
kln, secretsryof state, state house, Lin
coln, Nebraska, on Tuesday. May 11, 1909,
until 11 o'clock a. m., for the construction
of a live stock Judging coliseum (pavilion)
175 feet long by 200 feet wide, on the Ne
braska State Fair grounds, near Lincoln.
Plans, specifications snd details can be
seen at the offices of the secretary of
state and the State Board of Agriculture In
the -state house, Lincoln; and also at the
office of The Twentieth Century Farmer.
Room 601, Bee Building, Omaha. Earh bid
must be nnirte to the Board of Public
Lands and Buildings, and he accompanied
by a certified check, payable to the order
of said board, for two (2) per cent of the
bid, as a guarantee that a contract will
be entered Into, In case of the acceptance
of the bid. The board reserves the right
to reject any snd all bids. All proposals
must be made fully In accordance with the
blank form hereto attached to the specifi
cations. GEORGE C. JUNKIN, Secvtary
Board of Public Lands and Buildings.
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Cal. ft Oregon Express. a 6:00 pm a 2.26 pm
Overland Limited a I'M pra a 8:30 am
Perry Local b 6:16 pm bll:2S am
Chicago Great Wtera
PL Paul-Minneapolis.... 8:30 pm
8t. Paul-Minneapolis.... 7:30 sm
Chicago Limited 6:06 pm
Chicago Express 7:30 am
Chicago Express 3:30 pm
Chlcaao Sort-west era-
11 :36 pm
a 7:25 am all:48 nm
Twin City Express
iress a- 7:46 am al0:20 pm ! on Friday and they will be placed on the
r.:::::::!1.? alliw.m'ae. whU. the blossom, are still fresh.
Sioux City Lacal
Chicago Local a . pm a 9:10 am
Chicago Special a 6:02 pin 8:23 am
Minnesota-Dakota Ex. .a 6:46 pm a 9:80 an)
Fast Mall a 3:3a pm
Twin City Limited a 9:00 pm a 8:00 am
Los Angeles Limited. .. .a 9:10 pm a 12: 25 pm
Overland limited alO.ao pm a s.23 am
Nebraska and Wyoming Division-Norfolk-Brnesteol
a 7:40 am a 6:30 pra
Lincoln-Long Pine a 7:40 am alO 25 am
Dead wood-Lincoln ...v.a 3:00 pm a 6:20 pm
Caanor-Lander a 8:G pm a 6:20 oin
Fremont-Albion b 6:30 pin b 1:05 pin ;
,:w (nl D : Pt
K. C. ft St. L Express.. a 9:00 am a 7 09 am
K. C. ft St. L. Expr a..all 16 pm a 1:60 pm
BCRtniGTOn ITA lOTH a MA BOW
. .a 4:10 pm a 8:46 pm
. .a 4:10 pm a 3:43 ptn
..a 4:10 pm a 6:10 pra
. .al2:15 am a 9:08 am
..a 8 46 am a 6:10 pm
. b 1:30 pm al2:ll pm
..a 9:16 sm a 6:10 pm
b 9:06 am
Denver ft California..
Northwest Special ....
Northwest Express ..
Lincoln Fast Mall....
Nebraska Express ....
a 7:60 pra
Schuyler-Plattsmouth ..b 3 06 pra bl0:20 am
Bellevue-Plattamoufi b 1:06 pm
I'lattamouth-luwa n :H am
Betlevue-Plattemoutn ,.ol2:S6 pra c 2:40 pm
Denver Limited a 4:10 pm a 7:06 am
Chicago Special a 7:26 am all:46 vm
Chicago Express a 4:20 pm a 3:66 pra
Chicago Flyer a 6:; pm a 8:80 am
Iowa Local a 9:16 am all :30 am
St. Loula Exprea? a 4:40 pm all:30am
Karsaa City ft St. Jne..al0:4o pm a 6 30 ata
Kanstis City ft St. Joe. a 9:15 am a 6:10 pm
Kansas City ft St Joe... 4:40 pm
WEBSTER ITA. 18TH W8BITER
Chleaero. at. Paal, Mlaaeaaolls ft
Twin 'lty Passenger. ..h 6:30 am b 9:20 pm
Sioux Cltv Passenger... b 2 00 pm bll:5aam
Sliux City Local c 8:45 am c 6:20 pm
Emerson Local b 6:i6 pm b 9:10 am
Auburn Local b 1:60 pm bll:M am
a Dally, b Dally excnt Sunday o buu
day only, d Dally exceot Saturday
UBS TSLAJT rOVa DATS AT SEA.
Wscaly Hailing Between Montreal. Quesee
Twu daya )! me ueautliui Bt. Lawrence
river and the aliorleat ocean rout to Bu
Nothing oetter on the Atlantic than our
bmpiesse. Wlreleas on sll steamers.
rixst olaaJ, tOO; seooaa, 6&0, one eiaaa
4.1 W your t.cket sgent, or write (or sail.
Ings tulei a:'d booklet
C. S. BBBT JAMXH. 0. A
838 South Clark -, Chicago.
RUSSIAN AMERICAN LINE
90 XOTTIXD1H '' ' LA"' M1 "nt
TO LIBin l-ASa, l 6 upvsrSi
2ND CUM. laT U UKsnls
K Twin Srrrw 14.001) Ten . B. . anHlf
sailins from N Y , Juns , and July 11.
A. g JOHNSON CO., 1 mromtmml, ti. 1.
TRADERS WILL VISIT AMES
Omaha Business Men Propose to Call
at Iowa College.
WILL THANK IT FOR ITS HELP
Appreciate the Aid 14 Haa Cem trib
al ted Tawarsl eeeaa of Natleaal
Cora .boot Will lavtte its
People 4a Omaha.
The li wa State college 1s to receive a
call" from Omaha business men, when
the western Iowa trade excursion goes to
Ames about May 17 or 1.
This Is In return for the support the
staff at the college has given the National
Corn exposition, Prof. Holdcn, whose work
made the exposition possible; J. Wilkes
Jones, who managed It; ' Mlas Jessica
Besack. who conducted the domestic science
deportment, and Prof. M. I Bowman, the
Jiard worker for fhe small grain depart
ment, all being Iowa State college people.
The college Is two miles from the city
of Ames, but Is connected by a well-oon-ducted
electric street car Una. The party
Of business men will be In Ames two hours.
The score who will go from the 8outh
Omaha Live Stock exchange and the rep
resentatlves from the Omaha Grain ex
change, plan to go to the college and In
vite every business man In the party to
The live stock dealers want to see soma.
of the animals: .handled by the department
of animal husbandry and the grain dealera
will visit the departments of most Interest
to them. The college and the town
will be given some special stunts, and
moving pictures made of the street scenes
and work at the college, which will be
latr shown at Ak-Sar-Ben and the Corn
show In December.
Fire and Poljce
New Charter , Leaves Members in
Doubt Abont Fay of Firemen
The members of the fire and police de
partments wlfl continue to draw '.heir
pay. under the old schedule of wages for
the month of April at least, according
to the decision of the Board of Fire and
Tollce commissioners at their , meeting
There are some points In the new char
ter regarding the Increase of pay in the
two departments upon which the board
desires the opinion of the city attorney
and also there Is a probable deficit caused
by the Increased pay for which arrange
ments will have to be made. The course
to be pursued will be decided at a later
Policemnn Martin Lavelle who disap
peared from duty en the force the early,
part of the present month, and who at
tained considerable notoriety on the
theory that he had gone south to help
suppress the Crazy Snake Insurrection,
was tried on charges of being absent frem
duty without leave and was dismissed
from the force.
The request of Fireman Ed Leeder for
eight daye leave of absence without pajr,
beginning April 27. was disapproved.
Ceremony of Strewing Flowers Will
Take Place Saturday Committees
Named for the Work.
The committee of the G. A. R. and the
Women's Relief corps appointed to make
arrangements f the celebration of. Me
morial day, held a meeting last night
at the city hall and made the preliminary
arrangomenta for the occasion.
As May 80 comes this year on Sunday it
was decided to have the ceremony of
strewing the flowers take place on Satur
day, May 29- Thla la on account of the
fact that many of the flowers are gathered
by school children and can be brought In
A number Ol committees was appoinicu
as follows: Speakers, Augustus Lochner,
Joseph B. West, Charles Allen. Flnsnce.
T. A. Craig. J- W. Bedford, J. L. Hobbs.
Schools, E- w Johnson, J. L. Hobbs, F.
W. Simpson. Program, W. A. Bell, Joaeph
B. Weat. Augustus Lockner.
An Invitation was extended to the
j Spanish war veterans to take part in the
rvlces or tne nay. runner arrange
will be announced later.
Omaha Men Selected to Work with
Coanrll . Bluffs on the
Chairman Edgar Allen of the executive
committee of the Commercial club named
this committee to represent Omaha In the
new bridge conference: E. A. Benson, H.
H. BaldTlge W. F. Baxter, C. M. Wllhelm
snd F. I. Wead.
These business men will act wlUi a com
mittee which will be named by the Weat
End Improvement club and Commercial
club of Council Bluffs. , They are au
thorized to get estimates as to the cost
of a new bridge across the Missouri river,
look up laws governing the.erectlun of
such bridges, the proposition of the Inter
urban railway companies and will report to
a meeting of Omaha and Council Bluffs
-Milton T Barlow and Isaac E. Congdon.
nn-mhers of the Omaha Water board, en
tertained the executive committee for an
hour, telling the hlatory of the water cases
and explaining the attitude of the board
In dealing with the water company, aa well
as the future Intentions of the body. The
commercial club took no action. The fol
lowing were elected to active membership
In the club: John Henrlckson. Henry E.
Thompson. Max H. Conrsd. W. W.Car-
mlchael and Lester R McCoun
WHAT THE ELKS WILL MAKE
Absard ta ar They Tktatkt
Thirty Thoasand Dollars af
Proflt. Kays One.
Just how much the Elks will net on their
fair Is not known as yet tiot even to the
msnagers-as many honks are out which
have not been reported, but from reports
received the management , of the fair ta
- "It la absurd to aay we expected to make
130.0(4) and are disappointed because our
groa receipts were not that large." said
D. M. Carr, one of the fair managers.
"There were enthusiastic members and bad
guessers who said w would get all the
way from tJO.WO to 250.000. but the manage
ment never entertained such hope In
every enterprise of the kind there are sup
porters whose enthusiasm and good inten
tions know no bound, and some of them
might now be responsible for expresalng
disappointment. Tli management wa oun-
eervatlve. tt did not place the gross nve
tion at any time and 312.000 to 2l4,r1 wa
always thought to be a better guess."
Paxton Will Not
Decides Price ii Too High, So He
Mtj Decide on Smaller ,
William Jaxton, Jr.. will not build apart
ment houses on Farnam street costing
After the plans were all made, estimates
furnished by the architect and bids re
oelved from contractors, Mr. Paxton de
cided at the figure more than IMio.000 (he
apartments would not pay Interest on the
Investment even In Omaha where apart
menta bring high rentals and seldom fail
to have good tenants who lake long time
Ha4 this apartment been erected It would
have been at aroce the beauty spot In ar
chitecture In Omaha and one of the moat
striking examples nf artistic apartment
houses. The plans were made by John
But the lata at Farnam street snd
Twenty-fifth avenue are desirable ami Mr."
Paxton haa already been asked to name
a price, as several agents believe they
Mr. Paxton has no plans at present for
building apartments. Ha may later evolv.
a plan requiring a smaller amount o
money, ot rather, buildings which will pa
Interest on the amount Invested.
Split on Dahlman
President Harrington Fears the Three
Members Will Not Be Able to
There's a hen on!
The Hon. Michael Harrington, president
of the Government Ownership I .e ague In
Nebraska, of which Harry C. Brome l
vice president and Edgar Howard secretary
the three cornpoelng the membership to
In Omaha taking a look at the city cam
paign. Incidentally he Is trying a law sul.
in the federal court.
"Will the Government Ownership leagut
endorse the candidacy of Mayor Dahlman?"
was asked President Harrington.
"You may say that the president and
the vkee president of the league are badly
split over that questlonand It Is doubt
ful .If we get together.
Mr. Harrington Inquired st tne desk al
the Paxton If Edgar Howard had regis
BLACK HAT MAY FIGURE BIG
IN FATE OF PRISONER
Bears Tell-Tale Initials that "nggest
It Was Nat Boaght by
An ordinary black derby hat may become
weighty evidence against William Irving,
a colored man.
Such a hat, which he admits la his, was
found-in the room of Martha Batiks, 1106
North ' Nineteenth street, Monday after
someone had breken Into her trunk and
stolen a fur coat and some other clothing.
And the Interesting facta that the hat was
bought In Omaha long enough ai,o to allow
it to become well worn, although Irving
says he haa been here only three weeks
and that It contains the Initials L. C. B
although he Insists his name Is William
Irving, may lead to his trial for some other
The hat did not figure In the case until
the man was arrested and the stolen goods
were recovered by Detectives Mitchell and
Sullivan, who were even holding Irving for
the theft of the Banks woman's clothes
before they knew that she owned them.
They accomplished the matter by first
getting the clothing at a pawnshop and
then arresting the man who pawned them.
Later the clothing was Identified by the
Banks woman and the hat found In her
room was discovered to be Irving'a.
IRRIGATION CONGRESS WILL
BOOST FOR RIVER TRAFFIC
Katleaal Gathering at Kpokane Will
Advocate Deep Waterways
for th West.
The Nstlonsl Irrigation congress which
meets In Spokane August B to 14, Is to boost
for deep waterwaya In the west, according
to ATthur Hooker, secretary of the Board
of Control, who has written to F. D. Wead,
vice president of the Missouri River
Mr. Hooker wants suggestions from the
officers of the Missouri river congress as
to how the Irrigation congress can be made
beneficial to the deep waterway movement
In which Nebraska Is Interested, as well
as to Irrigation, forestry and drainage, and
Indicated that the three propositions are
"We are endeavoring to make the seven
teenth congress aa far reaching In bene
ficial effetcts as possible," says Mr.
Hooker. "In order to do this work we need
the assistance of those Interested In the
various subjects and those especially In
terested In the deep waterways movement."
to dyspepsia, liver complaints and kidney
troublea la noedless. Electric Bitters Is the
guaranteed remedy. 60c. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
RESPECT FOR CITY ENGINEER
Resalatloas Ar Adopted hy
The Rlvervlew Improvement club has
adopted resolutions of respect for the late
Andrew Rosewater. city engineer. The res
Whereas. In the death of our worthv en
gineer, Andrew Kosewater, the titlzens of
Omaha have lost an untiring, efficient and
honest officer, and recognizing that his un
tnualy death was due to his faithfulness bv
devoting lung hours tn performing his iir -
quoub auuri, anu.
WHr Ills s.nlrallon. .r- t- t,,.l'rf
up a greater Omaha and his work wa
such as to commend the attention of our
ibis mini iinuu . aim. r
Wheres. His many public works slsnd
as a credit to lils memory, thereby showing
wnosa interest ns r.aa st nesn. wnicr. also
proved ths qualifications he poesesssu,
therefore, b it
Resolved, by the Rlvervlew Improvement
club. In regular meeting assembled. Th:
we greatly deplore the audden death of
Andrew Kosewater. whose ability and In
tegrity was greatly esteemed by this club;
and be It further
Resolved. That these resolutions bs plsced
upon th minutes of this club and a copy
of same be sent to the family of the de
ceased. k, a re pea a Tripe.
Complete arrangements for your trip
abroad can be made through the Chicago,
Milwaukee A St. Paul railway. Agency
all Transatlantic steamship tines. Make
your cabin reservation early fur aummw
travel. Ticket offlc. U34 rarnara St.,
Here's a NWsbdy
Shrewd and Holiest
Finds Watch and Often to Discount
Reward Two Per Cent for
Nick the Newsboy," who Is sometime
known aa Nick Macurlo, Nineteenth and
Pierre streets, haa a keen sense of business
ind Is strictly honest, and he. Is only 11
yeara old. 'To make sure et getting; the re
ward offered for the return of a watch, he
found, he wrote to the tsiwr .nut .said.
Don't forget the reward. Two paf oent
,'ff for cash."
Finding the timeplec. a beautiful gold af
fair, at the Bennett Corner, Nick turned it
In at the "loat and found" counter Of the
store. When Mrs. T. J. Fltsgeratd of
South First street. Council Muffs, the
iwner of the watch, advertised for ll, Nick
promptly sent his business-like reply and
n a day or two received $6 as, a reward.,
"Gee. she beat herself out tf a dime." he m
confidentially -remarked l,i,a friend. wh,en .
he could nc.y longer keep still about hut
ruon loriune. i sea inn muio. a-p ivr
,'nt fer cash, but aue gimme t'w.hole
A complets new suit of 'Clothes la now
being sported by Nick since he made tlm
acquaintance nf Mrs. Filr.gerald, who
prised her watch highly and waa highly
plpased with Nick's manners and methods.
dCtratt Case Being
y Argued iri Court
Contest Between Husband and WifY
Over Ante-Nuptial , Agree
mnt Debated. ' J. .
The fight between Mr, and Mr ,Jsmei
Hervey Pratt over the ante-nuptial agree-' -ment
made by Colonel Pratt Kaa at length
reached the argument "atage .and. D. 7M
Vlnsonhaler made the flrt address to
Judge Latelle in district' cburt 'Tuesday
morning. General J. C C0w.ln an
Magee of Chicago followed In the . after
noon for Colonel Tratt. HJ C -Brome will
close for Mrs. Pratt.
Vnsonhalrr's address referred.. to " evi
dence Introduced In thla case, which is
practically the same aa that In the divorce
contest and the attorney reviewed the clr.
cumstancee of the pr-narrlafe contract,
the deed of the Summerhlll farm to Colonel
Pratt'a daughters the daV"before the mar
riage and the withholding from filling of
lha deed some time following. -
. Mrs. Pratt Is suing for an enforcement
of the contract and her hasband for a
decree alienating ntfr' Interest -hrlhb home
stead and other property. -
NO DAMAGE SUITS AS
RESULTJDF GREEK RIOT'
Matter Will Be Taken Vp Directly
with Wasbl'natoa in For
No suits will be filed against Individuals' .
or the city of South Omaha by reason of
the riot agalnBt the Greeks In South Omaha -last
The clslms which were tabulated and
itemized by Theodore Ion, professor of In
ternational law at the University, of Boston,
have been turned over to the Greek mln- '
later, and within the next, thirty days At
torneys Sullivan and Rait of Omaha, will
prepare the proofs to be submitted to the
leparlment at Washington. ' "
The action of the government depends '
upon, whether the treaty between the
I'nlti'd States and Greece .haa been vio
lated by reason of the riots. The entire
case la now up to the Greek government.
Insofar as prosecution ot the rioter Is con
cerned the attorneys for the Greeks here
have nothing to do with that and will start
Quick Action for Your Money Tou get
that by UBlng The Bee advertising columns.'
(From The, News, August 20, 1904).
"If there la no further hitch In the .
water worka appraisement, and If no
complications arise making legal pro.
ceedlngs necessary, th city should .
own tne water plant In from five to
six months from this, tlme," aa) (
City Attorney Wright. . .
"If the appraisers come to Omaha
to take up their work by the laat
week In October there- la no reason
why the appraisement should not be.
completed before the let of Decem
ber. "I have personsl assurance from'',
both Mr. Mead and Mr. Alvord that
when the next session of the board .
la held, they will proceed a rapidly
as possible. A month should b time
"When the appraisement la fin
ished, If the valuation of the plant
should exceed the 23.000,000 already .
voted by the people, special alec
. tlon for the voting of Additional
bond required could b held early In
"It may. be found a'dvlaable to Vote
the entire Issue on account of the
possible difficulty in placing bonds
voted several yeara ago."
Nerve and the
A prominent writer says: "You. will
need all your assurance the first tlm you
walk out In your new gow n." Hh mean -you
will have to know you are absolutely'
fit. or you will not be able to wear It with
satisfaction If you ar too fat this as
surance will b lacking, far-If tti dlreo
lolre reveals anything It reveals faj Con
sequenlly stout ladlea ar duty bpund,.
out of reaped to tlmlr own peace of mind.
to reduce and reduce qjlckly for time la
L.- J t 1 .... - . . i. A
"",,", uema m i w-
, Question as too llresomely long winded
knd not desirable anyway as a sure mean .
i o, reQUt tlon. tne ouestlon arises hour-
shall any except very slim ladles fit them
selves to wear the new mode' with the
iitttessary assurance. The answer V Mar
mola V ounie. no mure. ,ao lea, mixed-'
with Va ounce Fluid Extract Cascara Aru,
malic and 3s ouncea lJi ppermlrit Water;"
ai; of whirli any druggist wju supply foe
a small sum.
Thla pleasant mixture helps nature to
take ofl fat qjlckly, many luaing a pound,
b day, and yet owiu- tu Uie domestic char.
ai ter of Its Ingredients, it o4n do no harm,
Taae a iraspoonful aftur each meat and t
at bedtime and teat 'fur yourstlf. the truth,
nf the statement tuat wltt. Mil mola alona
one can reduce any lime an much or llttlrv
aa desired without fear of yauslng either
wrlukles or aloii'wi h trouble It provides
the means whereby you i an train down to
the mod.- without Inlerterence to your diet
or your habit a
When ran har Gald Medal Far
ha ear tt I W asabara-Creeby' Gala
Medal Flear. ThU U IsapartaaU
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