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THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY. MAY 7. 1iU
POULTRY AND EGGS
C. R. T. Red eggs for hatching. II in
CmVke. St, nrli First i.rtxe .i..,i
Nebraska state fair. 19. hrnrtn my pPn;
(i. m.jtt, mymtmi, ."sen.
BARRED n.YM(M:Tir HO 'If anTV.ivTr
Lcert Wyandotte ease. 11 foe i& 11
1 1 . 1 I J , .
.v. ril jnor.a innSHV. isr
B. BROWN LEGHORN EGGS. $3 per
K Good is vers. I'hu. Gardner. Rloom-
Mngton, Neb. Ut-M:3 :x
COL W-TANDOTTEsIwon second "m7"p,.7
t stateVshow; first cork Htim show In
my first Venr f In Inylng strain; stork for
agle. Mr A R. J. Catteraon. Sutton. Neb
i . . . 01 M52 Hi
B. C. RHODra.iai.AND RED KlOS-For
ale et 12 an V per 30; mrk sroie. K,.
and pullets latae and even rolor. Mr.
BertheMa Nettfirton. Benedict. Nor.
BARRED Plymnutri Korku. mnnv makers
choice, vigorous etrnk: selected eggs, wo
ror M, W) for 12.50; afe delivery arid sat
Infection guarantee., Adam A. Weir, day
ieo. 1111 MSHI SleX
Bl FF ROCKS cockerels. t1 Mammoth
Fekln ducks, 13. per trio $f; eggs In ar-
en Rocks. $1.60 per II. Pekln. il.2li per 9.
Mrs. A. J. 1'oilack. rt. 4. wiener. Neb.
W'HTTK WTANDOTTFSWlnnere at Ne
braska state how; iro 4 to by
Thompson. Eggs 31. ISO r"'. 32 per 80.
Lv T. HUler. Ulysses. Nf
( 11 MIH4 MUX
BOOH Barred Rnrk, 8. C. Bron Legharn;
winners ahow and laying pen, 20, II. Oncar
Hennlng, Wahoo, Neb. (11) M9:3 9x
. ... DUAL B9TATR DRAt.RR.
REED ABSTRACT Cn., Et., lo; promot
aerrica; get our prlcei. 1710 Farnem ft.
i I. - (1)-S1S
REAI ESTATE TTTI-E-TRt'ST CO.
CHAS. B. WILiLl AMBON. Preelrtfnt. .
OANOESTAD, 404 Bee Bldg.
Tel. D. r.37.
VATNE INV. CO.. tirat floor N. T. IJfe.
viAIMCUP REALi ESTATE CO . V9 Pajcton
Block.- (ID) MM7 MaylS
BENJAMIN R. E. CO., 4H Brandfle Bldg.
CITV PROPERTY FOR HA I.E.
' A Few Choice
4 raldwerf; -room. all mo.lern except
eat; large barn, lot 0).1?a. permanent alda- I
walks, paving, all spe'-lnl taxes paid
12.400; easily worm w.oo".
2881 Rugglea street, 4-room rotlage, neaxly
new; price, I1.I00.-- a r
C G. Carlberg,
; 8ila Agent, '
911 N. T. Life Bldg.
: $000 .
FOR 5 ACRES
Located abovt - 24 miles northwest of
- Klorenia within one-balf mile of mtcadam
road. In a locality where a great many
people are growing fruit and are making a
.goo4 living off of five acres. , .
.... 'ACRES $UW.
Ijocated withlri. a mile or. the end of Ihe
Florence oar Una and on a maendam road.
. The location la very desirable, being close
to soma nlca new homes. Will make vers'
easy terms on either one of these pieces.
Better buy one of these now, as it Is sure
to advance In a very short time. v
HASTINGS ft HEYDEN. 114 Harney St.
' (191 H73 7
B. W. COR. 41st and Jackson Bts., a good
r l-ronm. - 2-atory- frame house, all new
1337 "jfch Ave. '"-Voorn house, modern
,' 13.160. ... ' - ' -.
331a-Dewey Av., a new 7-oom. all modern
home, must. Je ao4d tola
cash, balance monthly.
momn, . II.
lots B. E- cor. sutli. anl C alirnrnia, very
choice, i Owner will consider trading on
Itfth and Far nam.
m B. of T. Bldg.
CHOICE" HOME REASONABLE S-room. i
all modern house, desirably located, near j
i4.ounixe ibtk; ioi m'xim, i-iuui
paved street; cement basement. exira
' 'good furhace; house nearly new: bargain
" at I4.0r. Terms. Let us ahow you.
8TRINOFJR INVESTMENT CO..
538 Paxton Block. 'Phone Douglas 2il
' (iVl -?70
. Omaha Property
Wa have-bters wailing.
DARLING A DARLING.
P4 441 Brandels.' A 1922
New, completely modern and you can
move In at once, iirge reception iisji.
. rlor. dining-room and kitchen first floor;
g bedroom and porcelain bath second floor;
large closets; furnace, gas and electric:
. full cmente basement;, cement walka;
level 4ot 46xlM ft.; near Amea avenue and
Mth. etreet oar.
- Trice Only $3,250 ;
- - aa. johnston co .
- Phot,. Doug. 13. , 1814 Frnsm St.
. BRAND NEW
Eight nla large rooms, finished In birch,
mahogany stairs, nice fireplace, full ce
ment txieement, dandy furnace, large lot.
. Prlca. 16,.,- . .
WEST FARNAM i
P. O. NIELSEN CO..
" , 70 N. Y. L Bldg. . Both photier
25TH AND PRATT STS.
Seven rooms, nearly new. modern, with
hot water, heating, full aoutn front lot.
which wllL'fiwe the I.ew university. This
la a snap at $M0. Will arrange terms.
- GLOVER REALTY SYNDICATE,
Ground Fir. New York Life. Both 'phones.
.. . Ui-W7 T
Buys 42xlM eaat front on $8th aouth of
iMvenworth St. F. D. Wead. 1N01 Fxrnsiu
etraat - i1"rM1!L'
HERB IS A CHANCE FOR ONE MAN
TO QUIT RENTING.
Ksw 4-mom eottage. Just completed, full
lot $1 lift Small payment. balance
monthly. Tou will have lo hurry to get
la en this ;
UNION INVESTMENT CO.
$18 Baa. Tal. D
Tour rent would have bought a home
long ago Tome In Let'e talk It oyer.
NOWATA LAND AND IX I CO..
ftulte 8 N. Y. Ufa R'U-. "m"h,"-- .
'Phone Red ltf (l.-M9
- WAS $16,000. NOW $lS.a00
. ' For Ursa residence on Weal Farnam
f Rlda-e. It Is vacant and haa 7 bedrooms
1 nd a gt4 alsed lot In nooby neignoornooa.
I- fi will ha given on most of the purchase
WBVAD.1M Farnam Si.
119) M94I T
rtTV REAL ESTATE
city property for sals.
Midway between Omaha and South Omaha,
on S. l.lth St. car line, four block aouth
of Itlvervlew park.
with M streets and alleys; all lota on nlca
grade; every lot desirable and lightly.
PRICES AND TERMS
Prices range from $126 to $j00. Term: One-
fifth earth, balanca tin prr month.
SALESMEN ON GROUND
between 1 and 4 p. m. or any other time by
-appo'ntment. Phone South SM or Doug
MoCACiUE INVESTMENT CO.,
W Dodge Ft.
'Phone Dnuglaa 41S.
$2.00 1.M2 Madison Ave, 8 roome, modern
except heat. born, paving paid.
ll.fVKV-On Uth near Bancroft, four roome,
hath, fruit treee and berry buahea.
$1.500 New 4-room cottage, with bath and
tan. 9S0 N. 28th Ave.; paving atart aeon;
1.1.000 2Kfl-i805 N. 26th. two -room houeee;
rent .n per year; room for two more
M BACHRON REALTY CO.
' IW4 lke St.
Plione Webster 1H1. (t) M10
LOTS FOR SALE
two-Lot 50x150 feet, at 47th and Daven
IttiO-l.ot located at SI el and Caetellar Btt.,
all readv to build on, 47x120 feet.
From Jilf'0 to $44)0 each, aeven lots In Orch
ard Hill, fine location.
tl.860 On 3ftth Hi., facing north, between
SMh St. ant 08th Ave.. 93 feet deep.
15001,01 on Mult and Blnndo Sta., 44x127.
7oo Three lots on Fort 8t.
.1 1 11 t ... In Parf,ln,1, PI.. ROvltA fet
tiijO Dundee lot, 50x1So feet, cement walk
,,r ln he rt0'-
THE WORLD INVESTMENT
Wl-4 Jf. Y. Life Bldg., Oronha, Neb.
TeL Douglas 19i0 or Ind. A 42S.
f (1 M108 7
TO BUY HOME
Owner offers, for moderate payment down,
balance pract'cally same ns rent, two
very choke, brand new. modern cottages.
In north part, excellent nclRhborhood ;
prices. IL'.i.W and $2,700. Call Webster 1M1
Tor further particulars. (19 M108 7
FOR SALE 7-rnom eottage. modern except
furnace. 1420 N. 2fith St.; large corner lot,
fcouthwes: cornet- 2&tli and Charles 8ts.
Make me an offer. W. U. Griffith, 'Jta
Chicago St. Tel. Douglas 4o98.
(1 M904 7
IF YOU HAVE
city property, farms, ranch lands or mer
chandise to sell or trade, list them with me.
It costs vou nothing unless I effect a sale.
W. W. Mitchell. 3-12 Board of Trade Bldg.
A CORNER LOT,
. SUITABLE FOR 3 HOUSES,
I III .lUIT Blllllliet l.Jinri . I
Brown streets In a very desirable lo
v ..a ... ' .1 . m m,yjt
cality, within two mocks or tne .n street
car line and within one hlock of the Flor
ence Boulevard, 'the streets Lave recently
tweu araded and leave a nice terrace to
thes lots. Who ever buys this will gel a
HASTINGS A HEYDEN," 1814 Harney St.
(19 972 7
BOl l.lOVARD HOI'BK. 2248 North lth St..
!i rnoiiiH, ipodcrn, only S2.500. Thomas
Btennan. Room 1 New York Life Hldg.
John Morrison House
Mr. Morris. in lia removed to. the ranch
country and wishes us to urge the sale of
his lie.iutitu! home located at Grand Ave.
and Florence boulevard, diagonally across
from Rome Mklier's I2S,0. residence.
Nine laige rooms, excellently built; house
loculed In a selling of fine old forest
trees; south and east front; outlook fine;
large burn. Fori.ier price S?,ub0. present
price $.'i.&00. Act quickly.
Harrison & Morton
OWNER SAYS SELL .
Fins six-room residence on Burt St. facing
the Boulevard, modern In every way. good
batemant and wali s. The owner ta obliged
to go on his homestead this week. Price,
,k0u; tuoo cash, balance same as rent.
NATIONAL INVESTMENT COMPANY.
t&2 Brands; Bldg. Omaha, Neb
. . . . 6 ROOMS
MUST BE SOLD THIS WEEK
' Almost nee
In best of order; hall, parlor,
and kitchen on flrat floor;
8 bedrooms and modern bath on second
floor: lame cellar; outside hatchway; lot
40x130; cement walks; fruit and shade trees;
at $438 Spencer St.: In a good neighborhood;
owner le moving to Kansas and has re
duced his price to $2,800
W. H. GATES,
817 N. Y. Life. Phone. D 1294
(19) 868 7
CREIGHTON'S FIRST ADD.
Ws sre Just finishing a new house at
S2d and Castellar, J-story and attic, 7
rooms, oak finish, complete for $4. Wo. Let
us show vou this bouae.
GlOVER REALTY SYNDICATE,
Ground Flour N. Y. Life. 1). 3-3; A 3A3.
' (!) $38 7
900 Acres $71,500
lea a few miles north of Omaha: sum
what rolling, but highly Improved; nes
proposed motor line.
Harrison & Morton
$1,750 will buy a new (-room house In
West Council Bluffs, on car line, ten
minulee' ride, nice home, good location.
tul7 Avenue A. Bell 'phone B U04
NEW. t rooms, very ciiclrt. Bemls Park
district. C M. Rich. 330 N. Y Life.
D 302$. A $23$ U, -ISM
LARGE, new. mod. $-r. cottage; lorner lot,
110x138; I blocks from car line: imme
diate poeaeaalon. Get a home on easy
payments from the owner. Doug 1883 or
evenings Wro. 41. (19) $23
PFTF.Rg TRUST ro.,
NEW YORK LIFE BLDG.
We went large loana on well located,
first clars city property.
We can place large amounta at lew rates
Petera Trust Company,
New York Lite Building.
REAL ESTATE LOANS and Insurances
List your properly with us for sale or
exchange.. Walnut and Orchard Hills
Realty Co.. 10 Hamilton St. 'Phones
Harney $7ao: lr. B-1M2. . (1 264
LIST your property with Cbrle Bovr. Kd
and Cuming Bts. (!) 4S3
If you hav $100.00 or $10,000.00 to invest it will pay
you to investigate this proposition. YOU WILL BE
GUARANTEED UNCONDITIONALLY A PROFIT
OF 1007o ON YOUR INVESTMENT IN THREE
YEARS. This is a gilt edge, conservative, safe in
vestment for which we court the most thorough in
vestigation. We only need $15,000.00 and when this
amount is secured this unusual opportunity will be
gone. You will never again have aa opportunity like
this, eo act at once. Best of bank references furn
ished. Address II. 365 Bee.
FARM ARD RANCH LAND FOR AL
May 17 Our Personally Con
ducted Excursion to the
FAMOUS WHEAT COUNTRY
leaves on the above date In spatial Pull
man cars, and with a
Round Trip Fare of Only $24,
which we refund to all purchasers.
It cost nothing to write us for full In
formation about this region, where one
crop often pays for the land.
J. A. LANG-AN &S0N,
708 N. Y. Life Bldg.
Tel. Douglas IMS. (30)-M4( 7
COI)RADO IRRIOATED SNAP.
49 acres Joining townslte, twelve miles
from Denver; fruit and vegetable land;
.lies beautifully; fine view of the moun
tains; Ideal for home or Investment. This
will ba sold at one-half Its present value
If at once.
NATIONAL INVESTMENT CO..
U2 Brandels Bldg., Omaha. Nab.
V. B. GOVERNMENT.
' Bnake River Valley-Twin Falls District
to.000 acres open by drawing June (, 1909.
Write C. B. HURTT, Boise. Idaho.
() M2l-Juna Ix
FAMOUS CAMAS PRAIRIE Rich, black
sol), abundant rainfall, mild climate; ask
for map of northwest. Geo. M. Reed,
Grangevllle, Idaho. (20)-M841 Je2
40-ACRE hemeateadsr cheap relinquish
ments. J. Baraina. Whitman. Nab.
At Less Than
Your Own Price
In Washington county we have
a farm of about 200 acres, fenced
but have not first-class im
provements, although the build
ings are comfortable. Has a
good deal of fruit on it. Soil is
very productive. Not very far
from Omaha. This is so cheap
we know you would place a high
er valuation on it than we ask.
J. A. Langan & Son,
Tel. Doug. 1569. 708 N. Y. Life.
Fruit and Dairy
On the weal riit.l uf Orexon. th home
i of the famous Spltxenberg apple: no bet-
ter vegetable land anywhere; many Eng
lish walnut groves now bearing; beat grass
land In the world, especially adapted to
ihe clovers, alfalfa, blue grass and tim
othy. No Irrlgtalon req-ilred; plenty of
vg nfall and living epiingi of purest wa
ter: no atumpa; mtld, healthful climate
throughout the entire year; unsurpassed
for dairying. Meat desirable environment
For homes; tnla is your opportunity: can
you not sell a fea tracts In vuur locality
l tmnk you can; it so write too ay tor my
circulars and descriptions, also terms and
prices. I am certain they will appeal to
you. j. m. -asn, Iowa iity. la.
(-M982 13 x
LAND. LAND. LAND.
In EDMUNDS COUNTY. South Dakots.
1,300 acres In one berty; will exchange for
live stock or Income proper! v. WEST
ERN LAND, CO., Prairie Du Chien, Wis.
LOOK THIS UP.
Then "come with ua to Brule county, South
Dakota. We control 14.0X0 acrea and can
sell In tracts to suit purchssera. Price
$.'0 to $.i0 per acre. Wri:e or call.
KK1J.EY INVESTMENT CO..
220-$ Neville Bldg. 20)-M999 7
SOUTH DAKOTA land Is sure Investment;
840 acres choice, level land, black soli,
Rosebud reservation; also 7H0 arree im
prove,! land, close to rail:o.id. plies right,
good terms. For Information inquire rr
write L. M. Crr. tare Merchsnta Hotel,
Omsha. Neb. (20 Mx8 7x
WHAT California ould give you twenty
yea re ago, Texaa Southern Gulf Coast
offers you now. Tvo-year-nld Sitauma
Orange Grove sre now being developed.
$iH per acre Vegetablea between rows
give Immediate income. You hold title.
Ws do all work aiass, giing you cash
share cropa Dec.. )9ir. 1911. mi. $U acre
yearly: 191$. 1914. Ibit. 174 sere ) early; li,i
1917, 1918, $IU0 arre yearly: 1919 te 19W.
$3U0 oer ai-re yearly; thereafter half
profile annually. Vou can buy one acre
or upwards. No finer Investment plsn In
existence Only limited amount for sale.
Come quick If you want your ahtre.
Stirling Improvement .Co., Duluth. Minn
(30) Me$7 rx
WHEN you write to advertisers, remem
ber that tt lakes but sn extra stroke or
tws of the pen to mention the fact thai
you saw the ad an The Bee.
FARM AKD RANCH LAND FOR S ALB
M0 ACRES, tinlmprnved, 2S miles Nlangua
$.60 acre, p acre dowTi. balance seven
years; also Improved farms. L. A. Hud
son, Niangua. Webster Co., Mo.
?LEAL ESTATE FOR RENT
M ACRES near Elmwood Park; S miles
west of oostofflee; 14 per sere.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1001 N. T. Life. Doug, or A 2162.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loans. Petera Trust Co.
SraCOND MORTGAGE loans negotiated.
Apply Room 417-18 First Nai l Bank Bldg.
Bell 'phone Douglas 2318. (22) 324
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith Co., 1320 Farnam St.
Special fund to loan In amounts of $T00 to
12.(00 on Improved real estate. See us
before the fund Is all loaned.
GARVIN BROS., 1W4 Farnam St.
PAYNE, BOSTWICK ft CO., N. Y. Iylfe.
Private money, 2600 to tft.OOO; low rate.
PRIVATE money to loan. J. H. Sherwood,
610 Brandels Bldg. (221326
LOWEST RATES Bemn, Brandels Bldg.
1100 TO $10,000 made promptly. F.
Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam.
MONEY TO BUILD.
$600 to $300,000 at current rates.
W. H. THOMAS, 603 First Nat l Bank Bldg.
REAL estate purchase money, mortgages
and contracts bought. Antelope Inv. Co.,
Old Boston Store Bldg. i.. . (22) 827
FIVE PER CENT MONET
to loaui on
Omaha Business Property.
Room J, New York Lire Bldg
$600 to $200,000, loweat rates,
Garvin Bros., 1604 Farnam.
$000 TO $6 000 in homes In Omaha. 0Keefa
Real Estate Co., 1001 N. Y. Life. Doug,
or A-2152. (22) 333
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYERS for a 6-room house, a
8-room house and a couple of vacant lots.
NOWATA LAND AND IOT COMPANY,
Mine ail in. y. i,ire Bldg . Omaha.
'Phone Red 1909. Open Evenings.
I WANT TO BUY an 8-room atrlctly mod
ern house In the southwestern part of the
city, on paved street or boulevard. No
use to answer unless you have a good
- property at a low price for cash. Address
B 410. The Omaha Bee. (231-814 9x
WANTED To buy or rent, five-room house
near car line, preferably with two acres
of ground Florence. Benson or West
Center St. Address 376, Bee.
(23) M980 9x
NEW furnaces; hot water and hot air com
bination heating. 2 and 4-hole laundry
hot water heaters, mantle grates, gas
stoves repaired, water fronts and flower
vaaea. Omaha Stove Repair Works. 12(
120 Douglas St. 'Phones Ind. A -3621. Rell
Douglas 980. 336
WANTED TO BUY
BEST price paid for secondhand furniture,
carpets, clothe and shuee. Tel. Doug. 897L
BEST prloe paid for 2d-hand furniture,
carpets, stoves, clothing, shoes. Tel. Doug.
The Practical Auctioneer.
843 N. Y. Llf.
STANDARD upright pianos,
BEST prices psld for Id-hand furniture,
clothea. shoes, etc. Tel. Douglas 4286.
(2E)-811 May 2$
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Furnished room and board for
one, where can have barn room for horae
and buggy. Address Y 62. care Bee.
(26) MS42 6x
WANTED To rent. by family of two
adulta. furnlahed houae, aix to eight
rooms, in good location. Address K 384,
Bee. (26)-M110 8x
WANTED Situation as companion and
maid to elderly lady, by refined young
woman. Addreas A $76 Pee. (27) All 7x
BOOKKEEPER or caahler, 16 years ex
perience, country banking; beat of refer
ences. Address Y 3X1. rare Bee.
(27) M904 7x
SITUATION aa managing housekeeper or
caretaker of ajnimer home by Widow.
B-et of city referencea. Addreta C 377
Bee. (271912 7x
FOR day women call Douglas 84
15) M903 June4
D. C. SCOTT, D.V.S.
(Successor to Dr. H. L. RamacclottL)
AaMXaTTAJfT sTTATB TgTiamiamf,
Office sM Hospital, g0 Mason
Calls Promptly Answered at Aji Hours.
Thesis Office BCaraey ST.
aVea. BeavgUa 4UO.
REAJ: ESTATE TRANSFERS
W. R. Poul and wife to .1. A. Hcnd-
rick. e4rt feet lot . blm k N, Iowe e
R V. Kloke end wife to Josf plilne
Relm. lot t. block 11. West Ftid. ..
Vnlted Real itie and Trust Co. t"
Fmll Sume, lot 8. block 37. Kountif
Jennie D. Stow and litipbend to M
O. Plowman, lot 4. Bohmr I eun ...
County treasurer to Jacob Orolle-
mund. lot Z4. block 14. urown vera
C. Oeorge Carlberg and wife to Marie
L. Bonness. lot Carlberg Place
F. W. Cnrmlchael to Oenrgc A. Stol-
tenberg. lota It. 14. IS. 17. 19. 2o.
block J. Halcyon Helahts
Michigan Mutual Life Insurance Co.
to Albert IHilets. sU, lot . block X.
Kountxe 4th supplementary
H. F. Dallev anil wife to Andrew
Johnson, lot . block 11. Patrick s 2il 2,400
Bridget Powers to Theresa Bledlnger.
822 feet of n44 feet of lot 4, block
9. 8. E. Rogers add 1.S00
Minnie E. Avery et al. to Ellxabeth
M Shahan. nart lot . bock 2.S5.
Central West Investment Co. to
Amanda Gilliam, lot 13, block 3,
Elizabeth A. Colfax to Walter I
Selby, lot 8. Fliuk's sub
E. C. Kemmerer and wife to Jamea
W. Martin. cS feet lots 6 and .
block 5. Collier Place
Oeorae W. Oarloch and wife to If. R.
Treat, siss feet of lot 47. sun or
block A Reservoir add
A. H. Bwanson to C, C. Moffet. w87
feet lot 17. Tukey's replat
Mary E. Gardner to al. to A. M.
Llndnr. lot 23, hlocK A, Saunders
Ida Fleming et al., same to aame
Theophlel Vandenbrouck and wife to
Gust Vandenbmck et al., lot 14.
hlock 4, Mahoney A Mlnahan's add.
Egnalctx Butkua and wife to Theo
phlle Vandenbogaerde, lot t. block
t. Mahoney & Mlnnhan's add
Mary II. Btout to E. C. Flnlay, lot
1? block 141, South Omaha
Edward Burke end wife to Fred
Brown, lot 4. block 95, South Omaha.
Michael Sullivan and wife to Frank
Koutsky. lot 2, Goldsmith's aub
Rlate National bank to R. II. More
house, lot 48, Lenox add
Euclid Martin and wife to Sadie Rec
tor, lot 11, Washington Square
Stella Etclilson and husband to Fred
Armbmet. lot 24, block 7, Crelah
ton's 1st add
E. K. Sleekier and wife to same, lot
1R, block 13. Deere Park
James O. Jewell and wife to R T.
Peterson, wij lot 3, block 10,
Reed's 1st- add
Euclid Martin and wife to N. H.
lyiomis, ellO feet lot 4, block 1, West
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Omaha. Nebraska. April 10. 19C9. Sealed
proposals. In triplicate, will be received
here and by the quartermaster at the posts
named herein until 10 a. m , central siana
ard time. Mar 10. 19o9. for furnishing mln
eral oil and gasoline during the fiscal year
ending June 30, 1910, at omana tj. M. nepot
Forts OmaJia and Robinson, Nebraska
rFort Des Moines, Iowa; Forts Riley
and Leavenworth, Kansas: fort u. A
Russell. Wyoming, and Fort Meade. South
Dakota. Proposals for delivery at other
than the above named stations will
not be entertained. United States
reserves the right to reject or accept any
or all proposals or any part thereof. Infor
mation furnished on application here or to
quartermaster at the stations named. En
velopes containing proposals should be
marked "Proposala for Mineral OH or Gaa
ollne," and addressed to Major D. E. M
Uarthy, C. (J. M. A10-12-13-M4-7-8.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Omaha, Nebraska, April 10, 1909. Sealed
prcpoaals. In triplicate, will be received
here and by Quartermaster at the post
named herein, until 10 a. m., central stand
ard time. May 10, 199, tor furnJBhlng oats,
hay and straw during the period from
June 1 to June 30, 1909, at Fort D. A.
Russell, Wyoming. Proposals for delivery
at other places will not be entertained.
United Stales reserves the right to reject
or accept any or all proposals or any part
thereof. Information furnished on applica
tion here or to Quartermaster at station
named. Envelopes containing proposals
ahould be marked "Proposals for Forage."
and addressed to Major D. E. MCCARTHY,
C. Q M. " - A13-14-15M8-7-8.
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING
Quartermaster, Fort Omaha, Neb., April
22, 1909. Sealed proposals, In triplicate, sub
ject to the usual conditions, will be re
ceived here until 11 o'clock a. m., central
standard time. May 8. 19i9, for making ex
tension of water system at Fort Omaha.
Nebraska, consisting of approximately 9U0
feet of tt-lnch main. Full Information fur
nished on application, v. n. reserves the
right to reject any or all bids. Envelopes
containing proposals to be marked "Pro-
poaals for extension or water system" and
addrcaaed lo Capt. C. deF. Chandler. Con
structing Quartermaster, Fort Omaha, Neb.
NOTICE FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HERE
by given that the secretary of the Board
of Education of the school district of the
city of North Platle, will receive bids up
to and Including the hour of 8 o'clock p.
m. of the 16lh day of May, 1909. for the
erection, completion and construction of
one eight-room school building In the Sec
ond ward, on blook 168, and the erection
and completion of one eight-room school
building In the Third ward, on block 62, all
In the city of North Platte, Lincoln county,
Nebraska; all labor to ba done and ma
terial furnished by the contractor. The
successful bidder to give bond In the sum
of $16,000 for the faithful performance of
his contract. Each bidder to accompany
his bid with a certified check In the sum
of $600 lo assure that he will enter Into the
contract should his bid be accepted. All
work to be done and material to be fur
nished In accordance with the plana and
apeclflcatlona now on file In the office of
the aecretary of aald board, and such
plana and specifications to form a part of
the contract. The board reserves the right
to reject any and all bids. E. T. Tramp,
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RCHOOtS AND COLLEGES.
Nebraska Military Academy
A Military Koanllug School fur
boys, now located (or tho winter ai
Fourteenth and U streets. All de
partments are In full operation.
A good place for boys whs don't
fit In public schools. No eutmnce
examlnatloua are given; rvgular
class work la supplemented by la.
dividual lnstrucuuu; back work i.
aatly ansae up.
Puplle are received at any time
from fifth to twelfth grades. Inclu
sive Write for Catalogue.
B. B. KATWAKS, aperlatedeat
for Being Late
Robert Nichols Has Too Good a Time
During; the Noon Inter
mission. Robert Nichols, accepted provisionally as
a Juror In a suit before Judge Day Thurs
day morning, failed to show up for the
afternoon session until S p. m. When he
appeared he waa dismissed from the panel.
Nichols had been looking upon the cup
which cheers and also Inebriates. He Is a
laborer at the Cudahy plant In South
The case will proceed with eleven Jurors.
It Is the second trial of the suit of Robert
Stewart against the Omana A Council
Bluffs Street Railway company for $16,000
damages. Stewart was Injured five years
ago. When the case was first heard a
verdict was directed for the defendant,
but the supreme court reversed the ruling.
MISS JONTZ HELPS LAND
DEAD BEATS BEHIND BARS
appllea Information on Which Ira
posters Are Arrested la At.
Those who are a-orthy can receive aid
of the Associated Charities, but those who
are not had better beware.
Miss Ida V. Jontx. secretary of the local
asaoclatlon. has n-ceUed Information from
St. Joseph that John Matthews and a
woman claiming to lie his wife, have both
been arreated there and aentenced to Jail
for begging money from church organlxa
tlona, the charge being obtaining money
under falae pretenses. The man was given
fifty davs and the woman thirty days In
Jail. Their actions In the Missouri city
were watched snd the arrests were made
largely on Information furnlahed by ths
Omaha Aeaoclrited Charities, and they
wore apprehended within two days after
they began work.
Matthews and his "wife" came to
Omaha early In February, straight from
Lincoln, where each served ninety days In
Jail. The Uncoln association Informed the
Omaha association of the character of the
two. and thgre hours sfter they reached
Omaha they were arreated for begging
money of a local minister and given thirty
days In Jail each. Upon the completion of
their Jail sentem-a they remained In (nam
about a month, but when they left M1as
Junta wrote nearby rttles to look out for
t hem. with Ihe roeult that they are again
Bee want ads are business booalers.
THEATERS OF HEW TBftK
Liad the World in tht Nicmber and
Variety of their Prodactions
ST, REGIS CONVERIERT TO ALL
I n the number, beauty and convenience
of Its theaters, New York leads the werld
The volume, variety and msgnlfleence of
New York's theatrical productions are all
magneta that dally attract to the metrop
olis a vast army ef stranger a These
strangers must be housed and fed; and
New York has risen to the occasion and
has provided mammoth and palatial hos
ted lea that are among the wonders ef
rlvtllXHilon. Sonig of these hotels perfect,
but mechanical and almost automatic In
their service are cold, even depressing
In their atmosphere. There la One hotel,
the St. Regis, located at Fifth Avenue
and Fifty-fifth Street, which has retained
"homellkeness" with Ita other advantages.
Unequalled In Its appolntmertta and fur
tilahlngs. with a culstne unsurpassed by
even the famed foreign reetaurateura, th
stranger la here surrounded by "home"
atmosphere and "home" refinements, and
lila stay In New York, whether for a night
or "the season," Is thus made Infinitely
more enjoyable. With all these advantages
the rates ar lea1. A large, sumtuoualy
furnlahed single room for It and $4 a
lny; the same with private hath fqr $& a
day; (or $ for two people);, or an ele
gant pnrlor, bedroom and private bath lor
$12 a day and upwards.
WOMAN FOUND DEAD IN BED
Mrs. Ethel Albright's Death Will Be
CORONER DEEMS IT NECESSARY
Patent . Nerve Medicine, rrllh Seltaer
Powders Were Used, hat No
Doctor Called llaabaad
Flada Her Dead.
Under circumstances which cause Coronet
Heafey to deem a rigid Investigation. neces
sary. Mrs. Ethel Albright. 39 years of age
and the wife of David" Albright, an employe
at the Union Pacific shops, was found desd
In bed Thursday morning at 6:40 o'clock.
The use of patent nerve medicine and
seltxer powders, the drinking of some milk
Wednesday evening snd the failure to call
a physician during (he-, w.praan's Illness of
four or five weeks, lead to the Idea that
some If not all of the t,hree, circumstances
may be at least partly reaponstble for Mrs.
Albright's death. v . .
A post mortem examination of the body
will be made this afternoon and Conorer
Heafey says he will also conduct an in
quest. Mrs. Albright lived with' her husband at
1122 North Sixteenth street snd had lived
In Omaha for about aeven years. ' They
hsd no children. Mrs. JuBa.Murheld also
occupied the same houae.
According to the. coroner's statement of
Mrs. Murheld's account of the case, made
Thursday morning, the patent nerve- medi
cine has been taken dally by Mrs. Albright
for some time. No one saw her take any
of the medicine Wednesday, but she took
two seltxer powders In the evening.. Some
milk that she drank about the same time
made her violently sick, but ne doctor was
called. " '
At -STIo Thursday morning Albright found
her dead In bod. An examination of the
body by Coroner Heafey gave possible ln
, dlcatlona that consumption Lor dropsy.' or
both, may have been the original trouble.
IOWA TOWNS DELUGE TRADE
TOURISTS WITH INVITATIONS
Promise Coatlaaous Roan 4 of Kaiter
talamtat for Them as the
It will be one round of entertainment
both -fur the trade excursionists and ths
citizens of the towns visited by the west
ern Iowa excursion If the Invitations to
lunch being reoelved hy the Commercial
club from various towns are any Indica
Holaleln, la., a hustling town, haa de
cided to hold the "Stock day." a feature
the business men there have developed, en
the date selected by tha Omaha business
men for thetr visit.
This town also holds ths Iowa rhamplon
shtp cup for the best drilled and fastest
volunteer fire department In the state. Tt
will make a run for the visitors. These
two features will be photographed by the
moving picture camera, as the farmers for
miles around will have their fat stock pres
ent lo welcome the visitors.
At Fort Dodge the plan for entertain
ment and being entertained by the
Omahana la even more elaborate. Instead
of giving the moving picture show in the
railway yards, which Is uauaHyneceeeary,
srrangements have been qtads o 1 shew
scenes of Omaha on a big screen In the
park, while the Omaha military band will
furnish the music.
Correct ion ville Is a live town, with a live
newspaper, edited by Fred W. Colvln, sec
retary of the Commercial club. . Though
Correctlonville Is In the aame county wHh
Sioux City, the cltlxens of the place show
their broad-gauge spirit by planning a big
reception for the Omahana Mr. Colvln has
been boosting the excursion consistently
In his paper and at the same time corre
sponding with Commissioner Guild about
the arrangements the club of that town Is
A Krlarbtfal Exaerleace
with biliousness, malaria and constipation
is quickly overcome by taking Dr. King's
New Ufa Pills. 26c. For sale by Beaton
NEW SORT OFJGRAFT. IS IT?
Maa Believed, to Make a Basiaesa
of FeJHnsi OsT Street
A grsfter who works street car oonv
panles In various cities by ' failing; frem
cars, sustaining alight Injuries and then
collecting fat sums for damages, Is be
lieved to have been apprehended by the
Omaha police Wednesday, night. A man
who gave his name as John Bradford was
arrested by Officers Drlseoll and J. R
Wilson on the rharae of drunkenneea, an
was later suspected of being such a
grafter. He Is being held for further In
vestigation. When Bradford waa alighting from a
Sixteenth street car Wednesday evening
he fell, but was not hurt. As he was
thought to he Intoxicated, snd at the re
quest of Foreman Beall of tha Ames) ave
nue car barn, he was held. Beall says he
thinks Bradford haa worked the aeddeot
game In other cltlea. The street railway
company officials are looking up the eass
This Is lo certify that all druggist are
authorised to refund your money If Foley's
Honey snd Tar falls to cure your eeugh or
cold. It stops ths oough. heals ths lungs
and prevents pneumonia and etmsumptloe.
Contains no opiates. The genuine Is In a
j yellow package. For aals by all druggist