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T1IK BEE: OMAHA. " WEDNESDAY, MAY If). im
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POULTRY AMD EGGS
1 C. R. I. HEOS-r.H II . 2T. per li;
4. K pr UiO Mn. Frs"k Andersoa.
)1nn City, Nob. (II) M5?Q
LET TAKFB print It. 4thfl., Boston store
bids, . -Ml) JI'
RC(L EtTATB DEALERS.
HK-FD ABSTRACT tVt, Est., 1K4; prompt
service; get our prices. 1710 Farnam St.
v. m r (1)-31
iTpEAL ESTATE TITLK-TRUBT CO.
CHA8- B. WILLIAMSON. President.
GANGE8TADV404 Bn Bldg. Tel. D. rWT.
. - (19) Mil 7
FAYNeSwV. GO., first floor N. T. Life.
WALKIP REAU ESTATE CO.. Paxton
Block. UD-M967 MyU
B&NJAM1N B. E CO.. 477 BredeJBlda.
CITT- PROPEHTY TOIL BALE.
ik)Xtf PAY RENT
A "nlTVlTrt!Vrti'iri, ori Bufdette St.. three
blocka tr avcr-Une, rtoep lot with lorae
.... - - - . . ll W--.. ..
alley. Place Iti "perfect condition, having
lust been painted Irslde end cut and
newly papered. This will (to quick, so If
you want it. see us at fpce.
ED JOHNSTON ft CO.'
' "Phone Douglas 12ft. .114 Fsrnsm Rt.
; (19)147 20
A 8NAP -room "house near 24th and Bln
ney. . modern except heat, good repair;
full basement; large lot ; permanent walks.
Price 2,250. Will make terms. Must
"!' r. 8, V. WATT CO..
. 617 Bee Bldg,, Omaha.
. . Tela.' Douglas 1392. A-2315. - "
I ' P (19I-MIS9 21
- DIRECT FHOM OWNER.
Seven rooms, modern, full lot, wiim plenty
of. ehsde and1 fruit; also Kami Ideal "lock
" 'tlon. neaf IMth St. ear. fronting Kountra
Plare. If sold 'this -week will take Mono.
Address the owner-no agents, lnd. 'phone
B-3018. ' ' (19) Ml 21
Nprth 18th St. ;
. ,. A gjood 4.room cottage, all In . ,
- aoooV.onadltion, tnsl4e.and out; .
elovwater In yard: large barn
. A- large s-room house; suit
: : Jhl. for., two- families; south
-i .-. f n n em Fa mam; only 2V4
i blrvka tn-rar. .-"-Pries' W.eoo. -
;'. The owner of the above
- properties is-leaving the city
andsay he rAust sell:
The Byron Reed Co,
.... i ll UQ 18
. LOOK .HERE! YOU! KENTEB!
I Save -Aentl Buy Homtl Bargain
Urand Ave.. 1 blocks to car; 7-room, mod
ern, hut-watrr. beat; oak and hard pine
finish , .nice . lot. . Cash,. - balance
monthly.. . Hrloe. ...
WALKLP REAL, ESTATE CO..
01 -Paxtuu Block. . . Phune Douglas 2S98.
. . -' - j , (19) MUH 19
FIELD CLUB DISTRICT
2,(rtt-;Sxl87. 37th ami Harry flta. -I1.;0
eilxia. 2(tb and- Marev 8l. - -I
-o(MittzS; JfttM A--rr and -Masein Star '
GALLAGHER & NELSON
'.( 4! ttrandeW Bldg., OmaHi. Keb.
09) M1S8 19 .
TUBES building lots In Fort Dodge. Ia ;
clear, value ri.lOn; to exchange for 1908
four-cylinder automobile in good condi
tion. J. R. Mulroney, Fort Dodge, Ia.
2101 Charles St.. 7 rooms, city Water, gas
and sewer, nice yard, paved street; price,
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO., -.
. Firm Floor New York Life Building.
. Tsl. Douglas 17S1 or A 1188. (19)-MU4 20
NEW 4-room strictly modern house, best
. location in city, easy terms. .
. , NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg.,
Phone B4 1989. Omaha. Neb.
- ; . . .. an-umvt
. CUT PRICE
' "v Buys a ftn t-room all mod
ern bouse, cloae to 14th and
.. . .Amu.,. The .bouse is only 4
years old and Is In excellent
c nditlon. ' -.Owner, is now a
traveling man and Is anxious
to .Mil. ; .
4 The Byron Reed Co.,
'Phone Doug. 7.
112 B 14th.
We have some fins lots, north part of city,
elcee to car, very cheap, (160 tu W).
WftiaHT A LAbDCBY, 604 8. lfith Ht.
(ID) MlSl 19
Five-room cottage; half-acre land,
garden and fruit, barn and chicken-
tOusefttgh and glgbtly. Price fS.DOO
. ' JOHN N. HASKELL, .
314 N. V. Life Bldg.
-' : . , Tel: Ooutlaa 613S.
' (19)-M 19
BABOAI-Nrne-room houss newly
papered, paieted. cement walks, lot tuxlus,
. twelve shade tr. walking distance; one
anul one-half block from South Twenty
tirth street Una.- 2nl Pierce. Tfl. Red
-kli, ' tl9 M4 19
T'i '" 'pFTEB TBUBT X..
NEW YOKK LIFE BLDO.
Wis want large loans ou wi-u located.
fiit.1 cluos city property.
' ; Vta can place lar. amounts st luar nlti
teeters 1 rust Company,
h.w ork Life Building.
: f i v - U lu aUya
, Look! ; -Listen!
FlK fvw ifays or.l we ufter tli lull two
atiry and 'attic hviise, 7 rooms and bath.
ai aus iwcBiur l . iur s.vv.uuk ruuns us
(or pennuwlon-to look through the house.
McOAGUE INVESTMENT CO.
Douglas 41i . ) l1 Dodge St.
-... (i M-kw-U
LA ROE, new, mo4. a-r. cottage; jurner lot.
Iuual2; I blocks from car lino; iipme
. dial poasaasion. Ut a boms on easy
1 paymenta from ih.wna.. Doug ltk4 or
evenings Wb. 4WO.
1 LlsVr yus opert with Curia iyr, JUi
A o4 Cuoiliuj aUe. , - tli-
. ' I s'.: " i 1 "'
vsm m. sva a. ivuis noiua iur- rvu.
Price aud Oauua U suit you. Wo ant
to sell. Ai ' V : '
NoW ATA' LAND LOT CO..
Suite ai N.- Llle Ul.tg OmaUa. Neb.
-Phooe HA vm.
- jr if 119i-M 14-a
FARM AM) llXH l lflU FOR AIB
Snake River .Valley Twin Falls Country
IDAHO IRRIGATION COMPANY'S PROJECT.
Engineering and Construction Work by
J. G. "White & Company, Incorporated.
50,000 Acres Will Be Opened by Drawing
Under the Supervision of the Idaho
State Land Board
SHOSHONEi ID AHO,
JUNE 8, 1909
Registration Will Open June 1st,
- Closes June 7, 1909
IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME TO SHOSHONE, IDAHO.'
' A2CD INVESTIGATE.
T WRITE . .
C B, HURTT,
Mgr. Land Sale Dept-
e V ,
- REAL ESTATE
CITY PltOfEHU IVH AI.I
CHOICE LOT BEST PART OF SHERMAN
Att, very cntp.' lelrh)e' lots In
' Kolihtse Place; Biir6rlHlhgly..loSv jijlfces.
. NOWATA LAND A LnT TrV
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg. '' Omaha. Neb.
Phone Red 3399..-.
" 09) M-9UV19
city property, farms, ranch lanf: or 'tner
chandlee to sell or trad?, list them wfth me.
ii cuius you noimng unless J encct a sale,
vr. yv. ainvneii. aw iioard or Trade Bldg.
BOULEVARD HOUBS.. JSii hiorth 19th St.,
w rooms, mooern, eniy- -Thomas
Brennan. Room-1 New-York Lift Bldg.
. (19 320
REAL STATPV -
FARM AND HAN CM LA.U FOR IALI
K rnT-rtnino nmrRiTm n
- . o..a . .
acres Joining townslta. . iwelvs miles
iuiu miiiT.i, ituh ana vegetaDie lana;
Ilea beautifully ;. fine view of, the moun
tains; Ideal for home or lnveitment This
will be sold at one-half It present valus
U at once. , .
NATIONAL INVESTMENT : CO- '
. IM Braudeis bldg..- Omaha, Neb.
: .J- - (Jj-3flk
CORN and alfalfa land In Dickinson Co.,
ivan.- v rite. lor. prices..- James Hherran,
Solomon, Jvan. . ; .. Hi)) M120 24x-
' GOOD CHEAP LAND.
t.t.90 tWI A.f- Mt ari-k Uunna. r..,
Noh., 2,-17-66; SI.21oV0t cash.."balahcB' 8 years'.
IltW.no each year, per cent Interest, J, Q.
Bell 'phonea 814-4.. (20 M714 2lx
SEND for long list. ' Farms. 6 to. $100
per acre. BEMIS, BrandeU Bldg.
. - . v : v l9--MM) -I
OPEN YOUR EYES.
Eaatern firm obliged to sll, 4.2SO acres
near Mlnatarv, Scott's Bluff- county Ne
braska; 3.500 acres -tlllaoJts --about 8.00')
acrea very firm, smooth table land; aw
acres under irrigation; out) acres can be
placed under irilnanon: -l.ono nacres In
Pumpkin' Creek valley; WO acres of alfalfa,
running water, all Improved. AO miles fence.
Price tld per acre. Call.' write . or wire at
KKLLEY INVESTMENT CO.,
220Hi Nevilla Bldg. UnuUia. i
N ortk , Dakota.'
rOR 8ALE 50,000 acres best wheat and
flax land in the northwest; 'fur further
information call or write John J.'Doyle
Wlshek, N. D. .20)-i-Mt19'J13x
FAMOUS CAMAS "pRAIRIE-tPJcIV. lsek
soil, abundant rainfall, mild climate; ask
for map of northwest. Oe). M. Reed,
aranguvllle, Idaho.. (20) M841 Jei
OREGON farms, city ana suburban homes.
Parties coming to Oragon might get some
Information that will be .a help-to them
in selecting a home, .Thirty Vears 'of
continual residence . ). . the. A lilmette
. valley might enable us to give, you soma
Information that would save you soma
money. Direct your letters to Everett A
MoCleod, Roon) 20j Rothchlld Bldg..
Portland. Ore.' 20) M469 JelO
FINE' farm lands la Hand .an.d adjoining
countit-s. South Dakota. Hustling' agents
wanted. Jay P. Morrill,. 012 Pulao Bldg.,
Minneapolis, Minn.; - ... (30) M747 J15j -
IjOOK THIS UP. - . .
Then come with us tu Brule -county , South
Dakota. We control 14.000 accs.nd can
sell In tracta to suit purchasers. Price,
$J0 to $30 per acre. Write tr call.
2J0-6 Neville Bldg -
If you have $100.00 or $10,000.00 to invest it will pay
you to investigate this proposition. YOU WILL BE
GUARANTEED UNCONDITIONALLY A PROFIT
OF lOOfa ON YOUR INTESTMENT IN . TEREE.
YEARS. This is a gilt edge, conservative, safe in
yestment for which we court the most thorough in
vestigation. We piiiy need $15,000.00 and when this
amount is secured this unusual opportunity will be
gone. You wili neyer again have an opportunity like
this, so act at onpe, Best of bank references furn
fahed.; Adaress 11 ;365 Bee. : ... ,
AHM AND ROfH l.AKt FOR SAI.K
WHAT California could give you twenty
ypars ago. Texas Southern Oulf Coast
. offers you now. Two-year-old Satsuma
Orange O roves sre now being developed,
. J0 per acts. Vegetables between rows
, give Immediate income. You hold title.
i. We do all work always, giving you cash
share crops Dec, 1010, 1911, 1912, $60 acre
. yearly; 19111914. 1915, $75 acre yearly; 1916,
1917, 191(1. 1100 acre yearly; 1919 to n.ti,
$2U0 oar acr yearly; thereafter halt
profits annually. ' You can buy one acre
' or upwards. No finer Investment plan in
' existence. Only'; limited amount for sale.
Corns ojiUk' " if you want your share.
Stirling Improvement Co., Duluth, Minn.
FOR SALE Land, 13.440 acres; every
nquare fobf fine '1eve4 prairie- farming
'land; loo per cnt agricultural; located
In the. Midland country, on the aouthern
plains of west Texas; $.60 per acre, $3.60
'per acre cash -payment, the balance 8 an
nual payments. 6 per cent Interest. Write
us for. full description. W. J. Moran &
Co., Midland, Texas. (20) M121 20x
"" GET '
A. SURE CROP FARM
; ' , Nothing 'sure but Irrigated
Land.' We have it Colorado,
western Nebraska, Wyoming.
Take your choice. See our land
at' Denver's door; one of the
great Irrigated tracts. Special
rates evry day. Write us.
THE WORLD INVESTMENT
601-4 N. ,Y. Life Bldg, .Omaha Neb.
(20) M 907 22
REAL ESTATE; LOANS
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
' (22 m
SECOND MORTGAGE loana negotiated.
Apply Room 417-18 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
. Bell 'phone Douglas 118. iZi) 324
WANTED City loans and warrants.- W.
Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam St.
I PAYNE. BOSTWICK A CO., N. Y. LIfe.
frivaie money, to Jb.ou); low rate.
PRIVATE money to loan. J, H. Sherwood.
616 Brandela Bldg. (22 826
REAL estate purchase money, mortgages
kiiu luinncn Dougnt. ADtelope Inv. Co..
Old Boston Store Bldg. ' (! &CI
1600 TO $200,000 -on Improved property; no
ucmjr. uA.nvi.-ii onus., loot f arnam St.
' ' MONEY TO BUILD.
V S500 to tJW.OOO ht ,-inrpnt .
W. H. THOMAS, 6U2 Firat Nat I Bank Bldg.
500 TO $5,000 in homea In Omaha. O'Keefe
neai cstato to., wui iM. X. Ufe. Doug,
or A-2152. (22) Sit
FIVE PER CENT MONEY
to loan on
Omaha Business Property.
Room 1, New York Llfo Bldg.
; . (22)-W
lOWEST RATES Bemis, Brandela Bldg.
fiT(l Wj000 ra?e Promptly. F. D Wead.
V.UB., ism anu g- m lit 1 1 1, af UU
MONEY TO LOAN-Payne Investment Co.
' ' - " ' (22)-S34
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYERS for a 5-room house, a
-room bouse and a couple of vacant lota.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT COMPANY,
Suite 624 N. Y. Lite Bldg., Omaha.
Phone Red UN. Open Evening
WHEN you writs to advertisers, remem
ber that It tsttes but an extra stroke or
v two of the pen to mention the fact that
ou saw the ad In The Bee.
i To Offer
Top Delivery Wagon
It's worth' $135, but we are going to throw nit of our
stock about 20 wagons, and this one at $79, has full wood
panel sides, finely painted, IVi in. axle and patent wheels.
DUt Come af Once.
" lStti and Harney. . .
NEW furnaces; hot' water'and hot air com
blnation heating, 2 and 4-hole laundry
hot water heaters, mantle grates, gas
stoves repaired, water fronts and flower
vases. Omaha Stove Repair Works, 1206
1208 Douglas St. 'Phones lnd. A-3G21. Hell
Douglas 9H0. 336
WANTED TO BUY
BEST price paid for secondhand furniture,
carpets, clothes and shoes. Tel. Doug. 897L
BEST price paid for 2d-hand furniture,
carpets, stoves, clothing, shoes. Tel. Doug.
640L ' (26)-r3iS
STANDARD upright planokv Phone Web
ster 8726. (25) M&a
BEST prices paid 'for 2d-hand furniture,
clothes, shoes, etc Tel: Douglas 42i&.
- , - (2B)-8U May 23
HOl'SES and vacant ' lots. Western Real
' Evtate Co., Room 4lI "Kat'6ach Blk. Red
3S07, A-345. - (25)aS 20x
WANTED TO RENT
WR are getting Inquiries, .for well located
houses. Must have. solq.. 'agency. Nowata
Land-& Lot Co., suite .i4 ' N, Y. Life
-, Bldg. 'Phone Red 1W9. Omaha, Neb.
Open evenings. . (.tij M712
FAMILY washing wanted; ail work guar
anteed. Call W..44J2. - (27) M142 24'
WANTED Position as swnographer; three
years' practical experience; age, 22. I
desire to advance with growing western
firm. References furnished. Address Y
301 care Bee. (27) M113 19x
EXPERIENCED clerk of Ven years In gen
eral store, desires position; references;
reasonable wages;. .a .tj'orker. Box rtio,
Pllger, Neb, "'.rf (27.)-M170' 20x
OFFICE . CONSTRUCTIiia. Q.U ARTE It
master. Fort Leavenworth-, Kannas,-April
21. l9. Sealed uropi!als.tAi triplicate, sub
ieet to the usual cefidittnW will be received
here until 11 a. pi., ceiilta.1 llm, May 20,
and then ftpened In the presence of
attending bidders for the construction of a
two-company barracks, Including "frfumulas.
steam heating, wiring and Installing elec
tric lighting fixtures; one stab.e. including
plumbing, installing Interior conduit, wiring
and fixtures for electric lighting; one gun
shed, one wireless telegraph station. Includ
ing plumbing and electrle- wiring, aVid one
stable guard and shop. Including electric
wiring. Full information and blank forms
of proposals furnished upon application to
thla office. Plans and- specifications may
be seen here, also In offiiaes of Chief Quar
termasters at Chicago, Omaha and Denver,
Depot Quartermasters at Philadelphia and
St. Louis, QuartermaKtei' at Columbus Bar
racks and Master Builders' Exctutnge at
Kansas City,-Mo. - United States reserves
the. riiihl to reject any or all proposals or
any parts thereof. Envelopes to lie ln
doreed Proposals for Public Buildings and
addressed to Captain Wirt. D. Davis. Quar
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING Ql'ARTEll
msster, U. S. Military Prison, Fort Leav
enworth, Kansas. May It,- 19u9. Sealed pro
posals, in triplicate, will be received at this
office until HI a. m., -central time, Tuesday,
June 15. 1909, and then opened; for furnish
ing and Installing machinery i and furnish
ing building material for. one. power plant
at United Stales military prison, Fort
Leavenworth, Kansas. Plans and specifi
cations will be furnished ,by this office
upon deposit of $10. wiiK.h amount will be
refunded when plans and. specif icatlons are
returned, or they may be seen at the fol
lowing offices: Depot Quartermaster,
OmaJia. Neb.; Depot Quartermaster, St.
Louis, Mo.; Depot Quartermaster, New
York City, and Chief Quartermaster, Chi
cago, Information furnished on applica
tion. Envelopes cnnuilntng proposals
should be indorsed "Proiinsals for Power
Plant" and addressed t MAJOR THOMAS
H. 8LAVENS, Constructing Quartermas
ter, U. S. Military Prison. Fort Ia en
worth Kan. Mayl7-U-19-20Junel2-l
PROPOSALS FOR SHOEING AN1MAI.
Offlce Depot Q M., Omaha Neb., April 5D,
199. Sealed proposals for shoeing animals
at Q. M. Depot, Omaha, -Nebraska, during
fiscal year beginning July 1. 19u9, will be re
ceived here until 10 a.m.. May 20,. 1909, and
then opened. Information furnished on ap
plication. Envelopes containing - proposals
should be Indorsed "Proposals for Bhoelng
Animals," and addressed to Captain J. L.
H1NES, Quartermaster U. S. Armv.
. . A23-2H-26-M17-18-19
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NOTICE
Is hereby given that sealed bids will be
received by the Board of Commissioners
of the South Dakota State .Soldiers' Home
at Hot Springs, South Dakota, at the office
of the commandant or said - home on or
before the first day of June, 19u9, at
I o'clock in the afternoon, for the erection
of a atone and brick smokestack for thu
State BoMlers' Home, according to plana
and specifications prepared by Joseph
Swarlx, architect, Bluux Falls, S. D.
For the furnishings aad settings of three
new boilers and high pressure woik for
the South Dakota State Soldiers'' Home at
Hot Springs, South Dakota, uccorulug to
plans and sec!flcat!ons prepared by Ban
Cowler, chiff engineer.' '.Bids Will.be re
ceived for steel slack according to specifi
cations separately. Bids can be made in
lump sum for the whole amount of the
work except for the brick or steel smoke
stack, which must be a separate bid. All
bids must be accompanied by a certified
check tyual to 10 per cent ot the amount
of the bid. The board reserves the right
to reject any ami ail bids. Plans, anj
specifications can be seen and examined
at this office of the commandant or at
the of i Ice of The Otnaha Bee, Omaha,
Neb.; Sioux City Journal, Bloux City, la.;
Sioux Falls Argus Leader. Sioux Falls,
S D. Dated tbia 7th day of May, 19e, by
order of the Board of Commissioners. J.
B. GEDD1R. Commandant, MllulSt
Whenever rou.w&At . .
D6u glee J 18 and make
It known through, a
Uee W mt Ad.
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WEBSTER 8TA I5TH A WEBITCH
Paol, Minneapolis '. A
Town City Passenger. .b 6:30 am
Sioux City Passenger. ,.b 2:00 pm
Sioux City Ixical c 8:45 am
Emerson Local b 5:55 pm
Missouri Parlflo . .
b 9:30 pm
c 6:20 ipm
b 9:10 am
Auburn Local b 1:50 pnt bll:30 am
a Dally, b Daljy except Sunday, e Sun
day only, d Dally except Saturday.
New York to Havre-Paris 6 Day
Blganrlo Twin Screw and Expi-ei ttiemert.
Naval officers In commsnd wireless telrgrspby,
submarine safety bell signal system. .
Ls Tour. in. Mir RIU Rol. Jims 17
La Lorr.ln. ......Jvui. I L. Lnrrain. Jun. 14
L ProT.nc. ... Jun. 10 Ls Provsnce July 1
poolal One-Class Cabin Benrlee (n class)
40 to 60 slteruste haturdaya.
Nets) Yerk-Bordeaus (tervteo (one class cabia)
only $40 en4 $S0.
O F. W..t ma fanun limt
H E. Moor. F.rn.m gire.i
L N... lit National Uank
W. K. Bork 1KS4 Karnam Sirwit
W. U. DavldMn $24 Soul Mid 8trt
VMJ TXAJT rOQB D1TI AT .
Weekly Seiitug Between Moatreal, Qaeboa
Two days on the benuUlui St. Lawrence
river and tbe shortest oceaa rout to avta.
'"Nothing better on the Atlantic than out
Empi eases. Wireless on alt steamer.
rtrst olaaa, f90 aaooaut, SO iu aUaea
oablu, . - .
Asti your ticket agent, or writ for eel),
trigs, rates and booklet. ,
as. BKBTjAMrsr. a. a,
t33 BoaUt Olaxk Bt Ohleag-o.
Only $67.50 First Cabin
' TO BOTTTatDAlt
- TJBBlAat. AMiaUOAM. LIsTB .
NEW TWIN SCREW S. S. RUSSIA.'
p.mrig Jur.a tth tr.i July 17ti.
All First Cabins are outside rooms. Thlg
steamer embodies all the latest improve
ments In shipbuilding. -
For further particulars apply to -The
aVnsslaa American I.lu
A. . JuUNbQ.N eiCO, U Broa4ay, N. Y.
More Pay For
Iron and Steel
Thirty-five Thousand Men Employed
by Fitttbarg Concert! Will Qet
- Saite of Ten Per Cent -
PFTTSir-.'jm. May 1?. Announcement la
mart tier tohlght that 36.000' employes of
Iron and steel companies having headquar
ters her and In thla vicinity, will receive
en advance ln wages avenging 10 per cent
the first of June or the first of July. Some
of the manufacturers .have already posted
notices pf -the -Increase and others. It Is
aid, WUl do so within e few days. The
United -States Steel corporation has made
no announcement of an Increase In wages,
but It Ik ssld the Jones A La ug hi in Steel
company, the Republic . Iron and Steel com
pany and OTher Independent companies mill
restore .wgr' PId prtor to . the .first of
last Avrit, when a rut was made. . '-
At the general offices of the Republic
Iron and Steel company notices have been
posted 'of a revision' of the wage scale on
June 1. Tfie Republic Iron end Steel com
pany employe, about 10.000 men at Chicago,
Msssllon, Youngstown. Birmingham, Mo
11 n. Iir, F.ast St. Louis. III.; Munlce. lnd.;
Gate flty, Fla: Thomas. Ala.; Sharon and
Newcastle. Fa, The Jrnes & Laughlln
Sreel C.; employe 10,u0 men Irr this vl
clhity and' their' wages, (t Is said, will all
bo increased. .
It Is als announced that after June: 1,
the Independents will not eccept any or
ders Tor steel at the present prices.
Mccjals Would .
1 Get a Pension
Frank Waller, English Soldier, Looks
for Man to Whom Bt En
; ; 'tnnted Them.
-To rbeip -rrove- -file- identity. o he can
secure a pension from the British govern
ment for his servjees dutlug the Crimean
war, Frank Waller, formerly : en- Omaha
brlokmason, has written, to an Omaha
friend", Sergeant Michael Whelan of the po
lice' force, asking him to try to locate the
man 'Ire this city to whom two- ellver
Crimean war medals were entrusted by
Waller when ,he moved away from Omaha
wentyyeare- ago. . WeHer Intends to go
back f Ehgland and claim his pension,
and. wants bis medals, to help hun to -establish
bis Identity. . -
Mf.' WlHer Is 'hdw Jiving t Wray, Yiima
county. Colorado, from which town he
wrote to Sergeant Whelan. The latter
boarded At the same house with "Waller
twenty years ago 'on Chicago etreet, a Mrs
McDonald -having been the landlady. Since
then' thy have never met.
Mr. end Mrs. Dave O'Connell, the former
beljng.a. cousin of -Dan O'Keefe, were the
persons entrusted with the care of the
hlsrhlV nrlaed "medals when Waller want
west.' He also) left some real estate for
them to care for. It Is the O'Connells and
O'Keefe whom Sergent Whelan is now try
ing to find.
MASSACRE OF RATTLESNAKES
Two Homesteaders Demolish Den am
Kill One Hundred and Twenty
. Reptiles In m Day.
PIERRE. 8. D.. May 17. (8pecial.)-Laet
week W. R. Porter , killed a number of
rattlesnakes- at a den In a bluff on War
creek, - and . this set several to emulating
his example. Toni Texly, a homesteader,
near the den, took up the hunt end In one
dey . kljled thirty-seven snakes loafing
around that vicinity, and a few days later
GJenn Spears . and Fred Erlckson armed
themselves with crowbars and gurs and
begun prying dewn portions of the bluff
and killing the rattlers as they emerged
from their hiding places, with a bag of 120
rattlers for their day's work. They prac
tically demolished the den and did a good
day's work In ridding' that part of the
country of a lot of dangerous reptiles.
AUTOS AND JYPOS FOR L0
South Dakota Redskins Also Inter
ested In (ana
eras. PIERRE. B. D May l7.-(Speclal 1-The
Forest City' Press says the automobile
fever has struck the residents of the
Cheyenne-' River Indian reservation and
some of the mixed bloods are beginning to
make their trips. in the gas wagons Instead
of by team. This change . from the old
style method of Indian travel must be a
Jar to the few of. the older Indians yet left
on that reservation. Besides this Innova
tion, some of the younger Indians have
taken , to the camera and . typewriter and
the man who wunts to see ''Indian ways"
will soon have, to go lo some other point
than the Sottth Dakota reservations.,
Dynantlte Wrecks Balldlnara '
B completely as coughs snd colds wreck
lungs." Cure them quick with Dr. -King's
New Discovery. 60c and 11.00.' For sale by
Beaton Drug Co, .
Insurance Company Admitted.
PIERRE. .8. D-. Msy 17. (Special. -;The
state Insurance department has-admitted
to do business Iti this state the Hartford
Life compe,ny sf Hartford. Conn., and the
Western Health and Accident company of
Denver, Colo. .,
' The Important event for the department
for this month promises to be the heating
set for' May !5, In which the homesteaders
of the state ask that the license of Iowa
fraternal compinln of the state be can
celed my account of the Iowa department
shutting the Snut Dakota company out
of that state. Representatives of the dif
ferent. Iowa companies will be here at that
time and-will retlst any such action on
the part of the Eouth Dakota department
At the Ancient Order of United Workmen
grand lodge meets here on that same date
the proceedings will be of special Interest at
that time. .
Pennsylvania Lines' tepevera.
On- flrst-lass tickets reading over Penn
sylvania Lines, ten-day stopovers. Including
date of deposit are now allowed, - upon
notice to - conductor, at either Columbus,
Pittsburg. Washington, Baltimore or Phila
delphia. .Also effective April 22 at Indian,
In AH Saints' rectory Monday evening,
May IT. . Edward Lew Benson and Miss
Fillxabeth Snook were united In marriage.
The couple was attended by Mr. end Mrs.
Lewis Wins. Mr. Benson Is Oscar Alien s
t you venire a. dear complexion - fake
Foley's -Orloo Laxative for. eonstipatiori n
Lrwer - trouoie. as it wiii sumuiat ineae
organs and thoroughly ceeanse your ays
tern., which ls whet everyone needs In' the
spring la Qi4r to feel well. For sale by all
Five Million' Feet
of Lumber Seized
Government Also Takei PosesiOn of
Six Sawmills on Choctaw Tim
. . ber Re$ervtion.. , . ;
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OKLAHOMA CtTY, Vrttl.. M II.J-De-puty
United States Marshall Bacon' today' led
i.OiW.OaS feet of 'luniTr"slx asw mills and
other property of the'Pltte Hill and Walker.
Hopkins Lumber companies ehd"other
smaller concerns. ... . ...
.The deputy. artM In. . accordance v with
writs Issued by the .United States district
court after an Inveavlgajlaru by . J. .' M.
Mueller, a special agent, of the Department
of the Interior, . relating t to conditions In
the timber reservations ,. of .the , Choct w
nation. The Mueller report Is complete
and will be file! noat week. 1
The Investigation -ws' csvrnsd by chargea
of unlawful depredations of timber on the
reservation. v .- ' -. - . t
Nature's Remedies - far Disease. -
Nature provides more effective recnedtes
In the roots and .hrhg if ttterf elfl' than
were ever' produced from drugs. T" '
Thirty yea'rs go, Ixr'rtia.K- Plrtknait .of
Lynn, Msss-.'dlsoovwred-'etd aeve-to the
women of the world's remedy; mede frrm
roots 'and hcrbi, wUirh' bn' proved more
efficacious In currrg'wonu'n'i diseases th in
any pth'ef medlcln j.Ihe "' xvorld., hae,". vr
Vegetable' Compound -Is -l-ioked upin every
where as the standard' remedv for .wittwisj'f
llle. . - i " .: : - -.v
Postofflee 'ptioHittuents.' v
WASH1NOTON.V May l7lT(8peclaV Tele
gramsThe postirmnterS at Iowa Fairs snd
Mason City, ,1a., " JijrVe. rbe!.n . allowei .'.one
sddltlonal carrier, to prglCvservlce jtyie.l.
F. M. Dodd has Keen kPpolntetf regular
end William L! told eub'slltyt -rural car
riers for route Nor.LiFentenellf, Neft.
South .Dakota, pcsiivasiars .appointed:
Highland, Lyman county, Albert P. Whlt
r ey, vice J. C. "Bfc'ocoeli,'''TWflgned; Orton.
Slenley county,. Joseph J. Valentlhe. ' vice
B. Babcock. resigned; ' Wall, . Pennington
county, John W. Casfieltqan, vice A. B.
Shappell, removed. .. . -'
Arc Tdu fet?
You know you cannot stayTat,.den't you?
That Is, you cannot" be fat atnd' b Tn etyle.
The day when a ia.V woman V: as oiefeted
Is passed. Nowadays all women must be
In proportion r be" rldfetflou:' This docs
not mean you should become sklnnV;'how
ever. You ehoud not get-XtloV the hard
flesh line. All yott-ought to lose Is the
bulky-fat. That done yon will find your
self to be a well formed and therefore
handsome woman. is -, ' ; r..
Now, how can this e doner By exer
cising and dieting? ' Ye and" no. These
two means will bring some., results, but
not essily nor soon, One Is very herd
work; the other torture. Besides, aelther
can be depended, ,on to . cause a, uni
form reduction. .'Thejt ' may -. take off a
fleshy shoulder, for example, and leave
the double chin untouched. - Whet- you
need, you see. Is .something pleasant to
take that without Injury to your health
will take the fat oft uniformly and
quickly, say at the rate of a pound a day
or so. until It 'is all gone where you want
It to go. - ' v
For this purpose nothing la ws' ex-pensive,
safer or simpler than Marmola, .Pre
scription Tablets. -. Inexpensive because
one large case, costing 75 cents only, will
produce results; safe because they .cause
no wrinkles or stomach trouble, but rather
Improve the health and complexion, If
anytning; and sjmpie, because they do all
the work with'out'aklng"thug1it or ef
fort on the part of the taker. In short,
they are the ANSWER If you are fat and
wish to be thinner. If your, druggist i o
the better kind he will have them. If not,
write the licensees, The Marruola Com
pany, J)ept. 633. Detroit, Mluh.
That's rood news hetter still I
I und.rtaae. i us-n siuis or.
chlomfbrm JnH a simpla barm-1
le msthoil tliat has beea niceess-'
ful In bundreaa of oases. JoveaMrste now. I
That's the plan on which I will treat you.
It s lair to you because i muai
.an ill promise Mlur i m
paid, Jr 1 fall IKous yau wro
ins. van, you snora nu-
I tate sua cnrninira w wfi
with an opponumir use
ton within your reaco.
, Come and see inev
as as.nl n lIUHMSSsaranM. AadraM
OR. K. K ARKY OMAHA. NEB.
REAL ESTA.TE TRANSFER
County treasurer to Minnie Me-.
Oarey;. lot 4, block- 12T. -Florence....! ;'....
F. W. Cnfmlchael to 'James .'A,
Howard, lots 1 and X. blook tr,
Halycyon Heights. ' .;'.,....,;,...'.. ... , 7V)
Frances E. Alsworlh to Ida B. Kllly,
lot 17, block 1, Clarendon.. J.000
rank N. Rlale el al. to Jeanle
Rutherford, lot 20, Archer Plaje.. 1.860
Hannah C. Pearae to John Uflhrke, v
lots 14 and 15, liarlem Lane . .250
Charles W. Hamilton and wife et
el. to Nebraska Fuel Co., 17-18 of
part of lot 1. block, ;!65. Omaha.-. 1,500
Lillle Wlnward -and husband to
Clara Vass, w lot 2, block 23, "
Edwin F. Bralley, sheriff,'' to George '
P, Bern! Real Estate Co., eV, lot
5,. block "W." Lowe's Addition...... 600
Cecelia C. Buchtel to- M. Adeleon at .'
) , trustees, part lota 3 and 4,
bloiJt 349, Omaba I ,90)
The Byron Reed Co. to Cecelia 6.
Buchtel, part same... , , ,v Lao
Katerlna Velechovsky to William
Cunningham, part lot 15, Kodnt
2d t r -1,609
George H. llllrr et al, to Marple K. .
Newman,' part lot $ and 3,, block
6. Brings Place...... .' 1
Fred C, Hyde and wife to Charles
K. Hyde, lot 8, block U Lake's A4- '.
dltlon ....;...'............,.. l.WO
Maria Layton et al. to Edward Vols.
lot 22, Laytons Addition ....... ......---WO
Hallle C. Johnson and husband to
John W. Barnhart, kt 2, block 35,
Kuuntze Place t.Vn
Charles -L. Thomas to- Elisabeth ,
Uuficne. eortlr Jtt.i ft- lot-14, Dlockw
"A," Bedford .Place .....,..- 60
Zelda Robinson o Oeorge W. Price, .
north 36 ft. tot 4. block , Credit
Fonder .;.'......'.'... i f - -j. i ... : t . 1,20
John H. Kelpln and wife to Lizzie J.
Conrad, lot 6. Kelpln Place 1.000
Frances 'A. M. rldy to F. F. ' Paf-
fvnrath, lot 18, Cherry Oarden..-.,,. LTOO
Imperial Investment Co. to Josephine
Mach. lot 9, block 1. 1st sub of
Griffen Smiths Addition ........ 1,760
Interurhan Ind Co. t" Fredrick .Snd. .
Albertlna Nelson, lot". 17, block. I, .
Her Addition, .,,'.;. . - 460
A. W.'TIdd to Frank E. tlamble,' lpt
t. blok 2. Potters Addition....:...' J
Frank J. Horak to E. W., 8baafr, Ivt .
t, Jiock ;. b. e. wuco,.... .7S
Hugh 8- Thomas and wife to, Adam, .
KundYrt. lot 8. block 113. Florence., 176
Mary. 4iwelgard asd . Imsbsud te , ...
(it-urge 8 Collins, lot , blouk 1, .
Hammond "Place HA
Charles B-Trsver to George B- AUx -
woderHet'sV Bhm4 ur. ... ,1,400
Jnhii tr. Stearnes to Frank" V-.Trow.i-- -
i-'t-', 4. ;hlok J, Jeffrtss' Re- '
Dsr'tdi TlrBtTa'.-io .'avo Ueliid)tU,-T . .
I'otsv Ia 2. I, 4. i.. Mocis A.- Selln, e : -Addrtlon
. .-. : .' .':.'. 1 1 '-'
Total ............ .......... .....M.M...(26,0f6
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