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THE BEE: OMAIIA, THURSDAY, JULY 1. 1000.
I'RorKHTT ron g 4.1.19.
pESIHAHLE HOMES AT
tiVQ tor 7-room nonage, on
ftpauldtng St., 1 Morn from
14th t., modern eleept heat.
In excellent eondttlon, excep
tionally well bum. small birn,
beautiful shade true, paving
In and paid for.
K XjO for 2-storv, 7-ronm
houaa, located nn Blnney Ft.,
Just . Mit of Pherman Are.,
new, wall constructed, with re
ception hall, Ptrlctly modern,
hot water heat, newly deco
rated, lot 60x124 ft.
for a 7 -room oak finish,
. till modern house with recep
tion hall, located on Emmet
St., Just east of Boulevard.
This property waa built by
owner (or a home and has
been reduced from It.iuO for
qui- Mlt; lot Wit 124 ft. Pur
chaser to uiurnl paving tax.
24.700 7-room modern house,
naw, oak finish, with Rood
harn and chicken house, fine
shade treea, corner lot. Win 124
ft., located on Ppsncer PH. Re
duced from (a.200 for quirk sale
on acflount of owner leaving
M.flOO H-room modern house,
newly painted and In good con
dition, located on Slut Ave.
rear PodK St.; lot hi4x1M ft.
. Wert Farnam district. Ilea
. aonnble ternia can be mada on
each of the above described
properties and are well worth
the prices asked.
GEOHOE ft 4.O., 1001 Farnam St.
Terr choice new 5-room modern cottage,
xrapt Ion ally well built, plenty of room for
finishing additional room upstairs; con
crete walks; sightly lot, 40x120; fine loca
tion) near With and Amen, only $2,600. en
beat of terms. See us today and make
offer. Thla anap will go quickly.
Five-room rottaire. water, aewer, closet,
(Tea, permanent walka, paved street, etc,
near Mth and I.eavenworth, for 1,860; 175
aash, balance (16 per month.
RUSSELL & MeKlTIlICK CO.,
422 Ramge Bldg. 15th and Harney 8ta.
Field Club Lots
We have 4 east front lota on block from
Field club at tno each.
W. L. 8ELBT.
4M Board of Trade Bldg.
HERMAN AVE. AND BURDETTE
Vacant lot DOxUl, South front, fine resi
A REAL BARGAIN
NOWATA LAN L LOT CO.
Suite 24 N. Y. Life Rldg.
Phond Red Omaha.
. . ; BUNGALOW
On the boulevartl In Crelghton'g flrat ad
dltion, new ( room bunaaiow; finished In
oak down stairs, handsomely decorated;
furnace heat, best of plumbing and fix
tures; beam celUnga. Oarage. Built for a
home, and for sale because owner la leav
ing the city. Price 14.750. The lot la worth
ll.loo and you could not begin to ' build
the house for' I3.7j0. It is a bargain. If
sold at once will make terma. See) us
Immediately. -Key at our office.
IX V: SHOLES COMPANY,
Ul Bd. Trade Bldg.
. Hth at Farnam 8ta.
Telephonea Doug. 4t,
' Buy a Home .
.' Miami, hew aeven room houae, built
to live In. Strictly up to date, hot water
heat) young snade and fruit treea, large
lot. Owner leaving city; $4,600.
3830 No. tOth boulevard, six room cot
tage In good repair. Owner leaving oily,
must all. 11,700.00. Terma 1076.00 cuh, bal
ance 112.10 monthly.
Geo. D. Perrine, Sole Agent,
" , 61 Brandela Building.
List your properties with me for prompt
Uajney 20). Red 5326.
J-R. -cottage, nearly new, modem ex.
heat; large lot; loaated high and slightly
and close to car.' (told on easy terms.
' Price 12,450.
"Here Is knottier:
t-li. cottage., fine
rated, cloae to car.
plumbing, well lo
Can be aold on easy
W. 8. FRANK,
221 Neville Bile
4 ROOM house built last year, barn,
chicken house, aome fruit. East front lot,
100x128 feet One block to Ames avenue
car. Price tl.ttO.
' P. O. NIELSEN CO.,
Nt N. V. U Bldg. Both Phones.
.BOULEVARD HOl'SE. 2148 !Sorth lth- 8t..
I . rxtoms. modern, only 22.802. Thomas
reditu. Room I New York Life Bldg.
IMT your property with Chris Beyer, ttd
au4 Cuming Nta, . (U KM
A Good Prize Story
Marjory Bodwell, 427 North Eighth street,
Beatrice, Neb.; 12 years old; Eighth
grade; teacher, Miss Llddlcott, Centra)
school; father, E. J. Bodwell.
KITCHEN and bedroom for houaekeep
Ing; modern. . Dodge St.
Amy la a girl of U yer who works in
ons of the large stores of Omaha. She
supports not only herself but aiao her
aged mother, who la a cripple. Amy's
father died when she was but t years old,
and she has worked ever since trying to
pay for their home. In the least year shs
has paid for It, and she Is very proud to
think It Is her.
Ons evening after a hard day work
Amy went home and found three bill
awaiting her. She knew she had not a
large enough amount of money to pay
them, so she and her mother set to work
to devise a plan which would enable them
to earn some.
"Why not have me knit mittens and
stockings and make rag carpets for you to
sell In the evening." said the old lady.
"I would not allow that, mother, but
you know we do not need this whole
house; we oan rent out thoee two room
upstairs, and they are worth quit a sum
of money a month."
"I never thought of that, Amy, girl.
Wg can have our furniture moved out to
morrow and put an ad In the Omaha Sun
day Bee. The room where a stove may be
. put up Is fine for a kltohen, and the other
will make a good bedroom. I know we
..will get along well after our new nelgh
- bors have moved In."
This la how It happened that the little ad
above this atory was In the Sunday Bee.
MOKE PRIZES EACH WEEK.
WHY NOT TliYT
REAL ESTATE fc4iii
ciTr rHtii'KHfv ron alh
5212 North 24th Street
AUK f8 FOR KEY.
To you who have bee wait
ing to ft something at cost
prlre. hi re Is your opportunity.
Owner moved here recently
from New York and built this
house for a home, but buslnesa
Interests compel hlin to return
at once. room, panty, refrig
erator room, bath and large
r'osete. 2 story, full cement
floor basement, first floor
finished In oak. and elegantly
decorated, best of brush brass
combination fixtures, hot atr
furnace, best of open plumb
ing. East front lot with per
manent walka around house,
paved street.. In excellent lo
cality. You can not buy lot
and material and duplicate
this house for price asked,
Kloke-Hendley Inv. Co.,
Phones, p. 1150. A-2241.
N. Y. Li
2 ROOMS and hair. 1 bed rooma and
kxk .rnnri Bt vie with fine cornice '-
fot.' ..n exterior: Interior downstars In
uuarter-sawed white oak, extra good ma;
terlal; 1 block from Hanscom park, I
blocks from Field club. See It today.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1CU1 N. Y. Life. Doug, or A. 2152.
REMIS PARK HOME
Have erot a 7-room. nil modern home well
located, paving paid for both streets, -which
we are authorlxed to reauce to n.wue.
Have another, I large rooms, all modem,
with hot water heating; oak finish, full
cement basement; large attic; complete
for IS. 200. South front on Lafayette Ave.
Also have 2611 Lafayette Ave.. With two
large lota, a nearly new 7-room. modern
houne, with hot water heating, for tt.SOO.
GLOVER REALTY SYNDICATE,
Ground Floor. N. Y. Life. Both 'phones.
Here Is the cheapest lot in the north part
of the city, makes no difference where
you go. It la located at the southeast
corner of 30th and Corby 61a.; city water,
seaer, brick Bidowalk; good abstract of
title, warranty deed; everything right up
to date all for 1360.
Payne, Bostwick &Co'
Sole Agents. Main Floor. N. Y. Life.
Practically new, T room house. Weal
Farnam district, east front. Paved Street.
One-half block to car. Good renting pro
perty. SHIMEB & CHASE CO.,
Doug. 1867. Irtd A-3A42
NEAR FIELD CLUB,
Elegant bungalow containing large recep
tion hall, parlor, dlnlngroom, two - bad
rooms, bath and kitchen; two colonnade
openings; elegant electrlo light and gas
fixtures; parlor, dining room and recep
tion all nicely papered; . all nickel pulmb
lng; full, cemented cellar; lot 38x166; per
manent cement sidewalks; located at Ml
South S8th Ave.; keys -at 1002 South 88th
Ave. Price, 13,000; moderate terms.
C. O. CARLBERO.
9U N. Y. Life Bldg.
Three and one-half acre, with small
orchard, on mile from Benson. Terms,
?200 cash; 115 monthly. My we show It
to youT -i .
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
First Floor. M. Y. Lite Bldg.
TelB.! Lioug.- iTSU A-11SS. cr . f
9 NET INVESTMENT. N
Rome new St. Ixiuis brick flats close In,
well rented under year leases; hardwood
finish, separate basements and furnaces;
price $8,000; rent for iW0 a year. ' Not built
to sell, but special reason for. now. dispos
ing of same.
CLOVER REALTY SYNDICATE,
Ground Floor, N. Y. Life. Both 'phones.
FARM AND RANCH VAXO OR 1ALB
FOR SALE 4.000 acres of land with good
water for a large part of same at dry
land prices. Woodruff AV Mumper, P. O.
Box 273. Greely, Colo.
5 ROOM cottage In Clifton Hill. Has good
wen, cistern, gaa, pewiy painted aod
papered, large lot, cement walka. .. A very
nice home for only 81,700. Let . us show
702 N. Y. L. Bldg. Bptk Phones.
Eighty acres Polk county, Nebraska; 84B
per acre: win make good terms. J. U. Bone,
iuuiiuu uiuiis, ii rnoni ceil gog.
END for long list; farms W to H00 per
fr ocaustw orwnaeuj cm ax.
1 REAL tSTATF
FHtl AMU HA.NCII I.AMU FOR SA1.B
FOR OMAIIA OR FLORENCE
THERE are hundreds that would Jump
at this chance If they only knew of It,
and I trust that this will catch aome of
i l nii mi win caicn eorow oi
Improved (0 acre farm under
big ditch In Bcotts Bluffs
o after this quick and be in-
i ncie Sam
rountv lin after this ,i
dependent, This is no Jest, but solid
facta. For particulars write or call on
W. V, MITCHELL,
Board of Trade Rldg., Omaha, Neb.
FOR 8ALE Twenty-two hundred acres
of good farm land, one mile north and two
east of North Uend. Fifteen hundred aere
under cultivation. Can be sold In small
tracts on easy paymrnta at prices from V'9
to w per acre, according to improve
ment a. Address Ernest Kern, North Bend,
A CUSTER COUNTY FARM
of 1195 acres about 7 mllea north of Broken
Row. Practically all of thla Is valley land
and level; kflo acres now under cultivation;
no better land can be found anywhere.
Fair aet of lmprovementa. This a farm
that anyone can feel nroud of owning.
We have thla for about a month for !
per acre; a lew inoueanu viiiib uov.ii
when contract la maile, balance March 1.
BRADLEY A MATHIESEN.
Room 4, Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
4M)-acre wheat corn and alfalfa farm;
50 acres hor-tlvht: aood improvements; H6
Der acre. J. T. CamobelL Litchfield. Neb.
Oood. Chenn Iand-4l0 acres western Ne-
braska. 1.1.2ft oer acre. t00 cash, balance
In eight years, year; low rate of inter-
est, 1'. O. Box, 171 Council Bluffs, la.
One hundred sixty acres Kimball county,
Nebraska, four miles south of Ulx. Every
acre can be cultivated. Owner, 813 Rhugart
Ulk.. Council Bluffs, la. Tel. Bell 814.
FARMS FOR PALE
1A0 acres woll imoroved. IS mllea west of
Omaha. Price In, per acre. Addrexa
Owner, 2219 8. 29th ft., Omaha Neb.
HOMESEEKEHH AND LAND
I have a number of choice tracts of land
In Gregory. Tripp, and Myer counties, go.
Pak. I deal In newly patented. Indian
ImittM. mil can furnish nl.i iniinnimhwhl
ulna f..r il ) n.i. i nntrni u'-i..
for pneca-and . descriptions.' Orflce at
Gregory. Ho. Dak. Dr. E. T Spencer.
4S0-ACRE farm, at 220 Der aoret f mllea
from Herrlck. Gregory Co.. 800 DODulatlon:
al) acrea level, 166 can be broke, balance
pasture; good soil, no sand or gravel; good
heavy graas, running water; all under
fence. Can run an automobile from town
right onto the land. No commission. W.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
SIOO to 110,000 made promptly. F. P. Wead.
xv xrcs.14 iisi, . , lain siiiu at ca i a us.
PRIVATE money to loan. J.
wood, 618 Brandela Bldg.
PAYNH. BOSTWICK CO.. N. Y. Life
Private money, 3600 to 88,000; low rate.
FIVE PER CENT MONEY
to loan on
Omaha Business Property.
Room 1. New York Life Bldg.
GARVIN TIROS.. SIS N. T. Life trjie to
zuo,ouu on Improved property. No delay.
LOWEST RATES BemI, Brandela Bldg.
2SO0 TO 28.000 on homes In Omaha. O'Keefa
Real Estate Co.. 1001 N. Y. Life. Doux. or
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
WANTED Citv loan and warrants. W
Fwrnam Smith tt Co.. 1220 Farnam St.
WANTED City loan. Peters Trust Co.
SECOND MORTGAGE roans neeotlated.
AnnlV Rnnma 417-11 VImI X' - ,'1 U.nl.
wu tnene Douglas 2318.
REAL ESTATE WANTED-
WE HAVE BUYERS for a 5-room house.
a (-room house and a counts of vacant lots.
ItUWATA LAND AND LOT COMPANY,
Suite 824 N. Y. Life Bids:.. Omaha.
Phone Red. 1980. Open evenings.
BEST orlc bald for second-hand furni
ture, carpet, clothe and shoes. Tel. Doug.
BEST prloe paid for 2d-band furniture,
stoves, clothing. Wm. Rosenblatt. Tel.
WANTED Sscond hand typewriter:
standard make; good condition. Cheap. Ad
dress lv it, care Bee.
WANTED TO KENT
WK are getting Inquiries for well located
bouses. Must havs sole agency. Nowata
Land and Lot company, suit Z4 ' N. y.
Llfs Bldg. Phons Red. IBs). Omaha. Neb.
WANTED For the summer, a modern
furnished house by reliable married couple:
references exchanged. Address H 24, Bee.
ROOM and board, Immediately, by lady
requiring some care. Tel. Webster 210.
GOOD board and Toorn In country for
father and two daughters. Slate prloe and
location. Aanrees u-is, care e,
For high grade men. call Omaha Y. M. C. A.
YOUNG Japanese boy wants position:
housework; help; and wants to go to I
school. Tel. South 1818.
SITUATION WANTED By young man
desirous of learning aome wholesale line;
no clerical work; mean business. Answer
J 26, car Be.
A FEW DROPS
PER SP! RATION
Is m that's teecfnsary to cool
off . th - TIKES thla hot
weather. Wo set 'em for
and do It while you wait,
Tighter, quicker and better
than auywtiere In tow n.
18th and Harney
D. C SCOTT, D.V.S.
(Busosasor te Dr. & kuumhoti v
Otlaa asat 2teBftJ Btog) n,,n.
Call Prosoptly Answered at Ail Hoar,
TTkswS Offlo aXaraey NT, n-.k. M.i.
at. Ieslaa JUa. 'EMI,
TWENTIETH ' CENTURY FARMER
Oa Dallas' a Year.
Net lee et gf eekfcclder' Meet lag.
To the stockholders of THE MISSOURI
PACIFIC RAILWAY COM PAN I:
In conformity with the rt-uuiretnents of
the Constitutions and lawa of the statea of
Missouri, kinui and Nebraska and the
by-laws ot tne Company, YOU AHh.
HEREBY NOTIFIED that by reaolutlon ot
the noara oi uirecioie oi ne iuun
pacific Railway Company duly adopted at
- . . - - r ,
meeting of iald Board on toe 2th day oi
Hay. A. D.. a meeting of the stock-
holders ot The Missouri lactfio Hallway
Company baa been railed to be held at the
office of the Company, Room It Missouri
facmo rsuuaing, in ine vi di. uuuii,
In the State of MleeeurL on the sixth day
of August, A, U. lisjv, at nine o'clock la the
(l) For the purpose ot eotuiaenng a con-
tiact and Articles of Consolidation bearing
date the 2th day of May, neretofor
made and entered Into by and on behalf of
Tne Missouri I'aclflo Rail ay Company and
the following named corporation by order
I their respective Hoards oi i-ir sclera;
The Kansas and Colorado I'aeuio nan
way Coinoauy. a consolidated corporation
of the State of Kansas
The Central Branch Hallway Company,
consolidate corporation Ml the State o(
The Hooka County Railroad Company,
coruoration ot the State ot Kaunas:
I'h. Navui. and atinnen Man ay loih
pany, a ocrpuratlon I tne Biate ot aus
Nevada and Mlnden Railway Company of
Kansas, a coruoration ot the ante oi
Kaneaa City and Southwestern hallway
Company of Muuraurt a corporation ot the
biate oi allaaouri; .
Kanaaa CUy and Southwestern Kaiiwaj
Company, a corporation ol the biate oi
r,. i.-nrt Kpoii Central lUllwar Com'
oanv. a consolidated eerDoraliou of the
a.a rr UAnA:
u.noualia and Kansas Central Railway
Company, ft corporation, of the mate ui
i'n Kansas Southwestern nanway com
pany, a corporation of the tJtato of KAnaa;
rhe LeRoy and caney vaiiev Air
Railroad Company, a corporation ox the
blte of Kanaaa. '
13) For the purpose ot voting upon mi
miestlnn whether such Contract and Ar
ticles of Consolidation, to made and en-
tered into, shall be ratified, aesented to, ap
proved and adopted and such uonsolldatlon
uonsumniatea or wneiner sucu oiiiii;i
and Articles of Consolidation ihall be re
jected; . -
(i) TO consider ana oie iuon ne soup
tlon ot a lesolutlon aocepting the provia
ona of ArUule II of Chapter li uf the Re
vived Statute or tne-ataie or Mianourt,
lfcift, and to authoTlte the filing thereof,
all aa required by Miction numbered life of
I n. h itavised Btatutea in the case of con
aolldatlon uf railway corporatlona; and
whereby all or any of said corpoiatlon
have agreed to consolidate In the whole.
and to consolidate the atock of the re
apectlve companies making auch oonsolloa-
tlon, and to form and make under and pur
suant to the laws of the States of Missouri,
Kansas and Nebraska, a new, consolidates;
corporation, to be known as The Missouri
Paolflo Railway company, owning, con-
troihii nnaaesslng and bringing under one
management ail and singular th lines ot
railroad and oiner properties, real, personal
and mixed, powers, rights, privileges. Im
munities and franchises, belonging to any
of the coniDanles making such consolida
tion, upon the terms ana conamons iixea
and stated by said Contract and Articles
(4) To take any other action in the pre
mises, and to transact any other business
that may properly come before th meeting.
Huoh contract ana Articles oi uonsonaa-
tion will be submitted 40 the meeting of
the tn.-kholdere so called for examination
And every stockholder auenaing win be lur
marked with a printea copy tnereoi, ana at
anv Mme before such meeting any stock
holder will be furnished with a printed copy
of such Contract and Articles of Conso
lidation upon application therefor during
business -hours to the Assistant Secretary
of th Company, at the office of the Com
pany in the city or pi. liouis, Missouri.
uatea, saay sarin, iuv.
GEORGE! J. GOTJLD.
President ot Th Missouri Pactflo Railway
A. H. CA LIES'.
Secretary of Th Missouri Paolflo Railway
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICIO,
Omaha. Netaskai July . 1, neai-jo
Sroposals, in triplicate, will be received
ere and by qtiartarmaatera at the posts
named herein, until 10a. m oentrai stan
dard time. : July 201 Kut, for furnlBliliig
oats, bran, hay and- straw during the
period from October V-1W9, to June 30. 1910,
umana y in. -x)epot, rons uroon,
Omaha and Robinson, Nebraska; Forts
Leavenworth and Riley, Kansas; Forts D.
A. Russell and Mackenzie, Wyoming; Fort
Dee Moines, Iowa, and Fort Meade, South
Dakota. Proposals for delivery at other
places will not be' entertained. United
States reserves right to reject or accept
any or all proposals or any part thereof.
Information furnished on application here,
or to quartermasters at stations named.
Envelopes containing proposals should be
marked "Proposals for Forage" and ad
dressed to Major D. E. McCarthy, C. Q. M.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS: WE ARE NOW
ready to receive sealed proposals at our
offloe until 12 o'clock m.. July 16, IMS, for
the erection of an addition to our seed
house. In accordance with plans and speci
fications now on file at the office of the
Omaha P.tillders' Exchange, Omaha. Ne.
braska, also at the office of C. R. De I
Matyr, Fremont, Nebraska. Kindly specify
In your bid the difference In the cost of
the building of H. W. Johns-Manvllle Co..
8-ply or 4-ply heavy "i-M" asbestos roof
ing. Is used In plsce of galvanised steel
roofing. The right Is reserved to reject any
and all bids. Kindly let us hear from you
at your earliest convenience with your
very lowest bid on the building. Yours
truly. WESTERN SEED IRRIGATION
CO., per wm. Emerson. Manager. Fremont,
Neb., June 25, 1909. June-29-30-July-l-2-8-4.
w e sa
If ,uu nn1 below the second year
in High School, The Omaha Bee
wants you to write a story for pub
lication. To (he , seven boys and
girls who write the best stories each
week we will give the following prizes:
The best itory each week wins Three Shining Silver Dollars.
2d best story each week wins Two Shining Silver Dollars,
Third best story each week wins One Shining Silver Dollar.
The next four best stories each week win interesting Books.
. The plot of your story must be based on a want ad that appeared in The
Bee. This may sound a little difficult, but it isn't. Scores of plots Ur romances,
comedies and tragedies are to be discovered in Bee Want Ads every day. All
you noed to do is to use your imagination and your brain.
Make up your mind now that one of these prizes is going to
be yours. Get your parents or friends to help you select the plot,
but the composition must be all your own work.
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING
Quartermaster, Cheyenne, Wyoming. June
Kin, 1SM Sealed proposals. In triplicate,
will be received at tills office until :M a.
m . mountain time. Thursday. July Kth.
ltX), at which time they lll be opened In
public, for furnishing material and labor
required for an extension of water and
sewer svatems, also for Installing 30-Inch
storm sewer at Fort I. A. Russell, Wy
oming, l.stlmated quantities for sewer ex
tension lln. ft. li-incn sewer pipe,
I.U41 lln. ft. 1-Inch sewer pipe. 1. , lln. ft.
6-Inch sewer pipe; W catch basins.
manholes. Ksttiiiated quantities for exten
sion of water system f.Udfc lln. ft. C. I
pipe. 4.40 lln. ft. 8-Inch C. I. pipe, li
lln. ft. 4-Inch C. I. pipe, 1.4t) lln. ft. l-lnoh
O. I. pipe. 1.700 tin. ft. lV-lnch O. I. pipe.
1.340 lin. fu 1-Inch O. I. pipe; also neces
sary valves and fire hydrants, etc. iistl
mated quantlttee for storm wer 1.SO0 lln.
ft aft-lnrh storm sewer Blue. Cost for
storm aewer to be separately stated. Time
(tmlt of completion of extension of sewer
and water svstems will be an Important
factor In awarding contract. Plana ,md
specifications for the above work for the
Inspection of bidders are on file in this
offlro. The government reserves the right
to reject or accept any or all bids or any
part thereof. Envelopes containing pro
posals should be indorsed Troposaia for
constructing extenslona to water and sewer
svstems at Fort P. A. Russell. Wyoming"
and addressed to Captain V. K. Hart. 15th
Infantry. Acting Quartermaster U. S.
Armv, Room 3, Keefe Hall. Cheyenne. Wy
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
W. H. Creary and wife to B. Q Ben
son, lot 8, blook 24. Kountse Place.. f 1
B. U. Benson to Sallle 11. Creary,
Kmil Kruse to Slpple Heyn, e40 feet
S140 feet lot 12. Barker s allotment. 1,100
Llna Peters to same, e2 feet ot w83
feet lot 12. same 46
E, Y. Chanel and wife to Kath
erlne Burdln, lot 25, block 2, Smith
field 1 600
E. L. Henck and wife to Isaac Doug
lass, s'-i eSi lot SI, Ulse s 700
A. L. Reed et al. to John Celak. lot
8, block 8. Van Camp's add ZW
Louisa M. Cole to A. E. Mack, lot 23.
block . Clifton IIIU 1
field ..." 1.800
Frederick B. I owe, administrator.
to E. L. Patrick, lot 8, block 4; lots
2 snd 12, block ; lot 7, block 8; part
lots 2 and t, block 1, Patrick's 2d
Lltxle .1. Westerfleld to J. M Yes
terflcld, lot 18 and ni of e40 feet
ot lot 17. block 11,1, South Omaha.. 1
Commerolal National bank to N. J
Welles and wife. nVk lot 7. block 8,
Redlck's sub 800
J. C. Whlnnery and wife to D. J.
Wilson, lot 24, block 8, Crelghton
Heights : 250
F. E. Relff to same, lot 2, block 7,
II. J. Wlggln to Payne, Bostwick & .
Co , lot 12, block 2, Catalpa Place.... 1
B. P. Angell to William Snyder, e6S
feet lot 2, block 211, Omaha 275
United Real Estate and Trust Co, to
Emllle Bandhauer, lot , blook 4,
Kountxe 6th n.t... 660
Scott Bryan and wife to John F.
Sturgeon, lot 6, Stanton Place 250
A. H. Gladstone to same. tZ2k feet
lot 2, blook 20, West Omaha........ 1,900
Amos w eaver and wife to Myrta O.
Vest, lot 8, block 8, Orohard Hill.... 860
O. A. Wulff and wife to Matilda Jort,
part lots 14 and 16, block 18. Hal
cyon Heights 2,260
DeLaneon A. N. Chase to C. N. Daw
son, part lots U and 14, Davenport's 1608
RAILWAY TIME CARD
tntflON STATIOX 10TU AND MASON
Overland Limited ...
.a 7:20 am all:40 pm
.a 1:60 pm a 6:00 pm
.a 4:10 pm a 6:00 pm
Atlantio Express ....
Los Angeles Limited.
,.al2:66 pm a 8:60 pm
..a 7:20 am a 6:46 pm
China and JaDan Mail. ..a 4:00 Dm a 6:46 Dm
North Platte Local a 8:16 am a 4:46 pm
Colo. Chicago Special. ...al2:10 am a 7:06 am
Beatrice A Stromoburg
Local bl2:40pro b 1:40 pm
Valley Local (motor via
Lane Cut-Off) al0:00 am . 4V t pm
Valley Local (motor).... a 6:20 pm a 9 00 am
Hastings-Superior b 2:16 pm b 1:20 pm
Local passenger not carried on train
Nos. 1 and 2.
Chicago Great Western
St. Paul-Minneapolis SjSO pm
et. faui-Minneapolls 7:30 am
Chicago Express ....
Chicago Limited ....
Minn. -St. Paul Exp.
..a 7:15 am ' a 1:46 pm
8:00 pm a 7:14 am
.b 7:15 am
Minn. -St. Paul Ltd a 6:00 pm
, 7:16 am
Omaha-Ft. Dodge Local. b 4:16 pm
Chicago A Northwestern
Chicago Daylight a 7:40 am
Twin City ttxpress a 7:46 am
Chlcaico Local aLi.Uu Dm
a 3:36 pm
Bio ax city Local a 3:46 pm all:00am
Denver-Chicago Ex a 6:10 pm a 8:28 pm
Chicago Special a 8:02 pm a 8:00 am
California-Chicago Ex. .a 6:06 pm a 3:28 pm
Minnesota-Dakota Ex. ..a 7:00 pm a 9:30 am
Twin City Limited a 1:00 pm a 7:06 am
Los Angelee Limited. ..a 9:10 pm al2:35pm
Overland Limited ....... .all:60 pma 7:16 am
NEBRASKA AND WYOMING DIVISION.
Norfolk-Bonesteel a 7:60 am al0:30pm
Lincoln-Long Pin ....a 7:60am
Norfolk-South Piatt. ...b 2:16 pm
Hastings-Superior b 2:16 pm
Dead wood-Hot Spring a 2:14 pm
Casper-Lander a 8:66 pm
b 6:20 pm
b 5:20 pm
a 6:24 pm
Fremont-Albion b 6:20 pm b 18 pm
K. C. and St. L. Kx.....a 9:00 am a 7:00 am
K. C. and St. L. Ex all:l5pm a 5:60 pm
r o m
tklcase, Reek Islaad et Faclfl
a. A ST.
Rocky Mountain Ltd. ...a I 10 am all v pm
lowa Local a I 40 am a 4 JO m
The Mountaineer a 7 41 em a! Mam
I es Moines Local a 00 pm eU .10 pm
Iowa Local blO Mam b I f pm
Chlcago-Fastern Ex a 4 40 pm a 1 ltf pm
Chlcago-Nebraaka Ltd .a :0S pm a 8 06 am
The Mountaineer a I 0 em a 7 am
(for Lincoln) ,...a:S0am Mi pm
Colo, and Cal. F.x a 1 20 pm a I m pm
Okla. and Texas Ex..
Rocky Mountain Ltd.
a 1:00 pm
a t.06 am
.all 11 pm
Pt. Lout Ex.
.:30 pm al;am
St. Louis loeal Ifrom
Council Bluffs).. a 8 00 am all 18 pm
Stanberry Local (from
Council Bluffs) b 8:00 pm bl01am
f alcaao, Milwaukee A St. Peal
Chicago and Colo. Spec. a 7:38 am all 40 pm
Cal. and Oregon Ex a 8 00 pm a 2:28 pm
Overland Ltd all 4S pm a 715 sm
Perry Local b 6.15 pm Ml b6 am
llRLnOTOX ITA lOTII MASO.t
.a 4 10 pm
a 2 .48 pm
a 8:10 pm
a 8:10 pm
a 7 06 am
a 8:10 pm
a -io pm
b 2:08 am
Denver and California.
Puget Sound Ex...,...,
Hlsck Hills .V......
...a t:lo pm
...a 4 10 pm
...atl M pm
...a 8.30 am
...b 1:20 pm
...a 2:16 am
Llnooln Fast Mall...,
Lincoln I oca I
. .a 7:26 Dm
I mi i.in
..b 8:08 pm bl0:20 am
a " I am a l:ro am
all. SO pm a 2 40 pm
Colorado Limited all:50pm
Chicago Ltd a 7:25 am
Chicago Ex a 4:20 pm
a 7:06 am
all 36 m
a 8:68 pm
Chicago Flyer a 6 20 pm
Iowa Ioca! illiim
St. Loul Ex ,. a 4 40 pm
Kansas City and St. Jo.al0:4fi pm
Kansas City and St. Jo. a 9:1.1 am
Kansas City and St. Jo. a 4:40 pm
a Dally, t Dally except Sunday,
only, d Dfcily except Saturday.
a 8 00 am
all 30 am
a 8 46 am
a 6.10 pm
WEBSTER STA-1BTII Jk WBBSTRI1
St. Peat, Mlfiaeapolla A
..b :0 am
..b 2 00 pm
..c 8 46 am
. .b 6:66 pm
Twin City Passenger.
h ft 20 pm
Sioux City Passenger.,
Sioux City Iocal
Mlaeowrt Par tfle
c 8:20 pm
,.b 8:50 pm bll:30 am
HULLY GEE, LONG SPEECHES
FOR THE NEWSBOYS' PICNIC
Orations en How te) Be Good
Be Mad by Four Orator
"Hully gee, what d'ye tlnk of daft"
A unlo.ue contest ha been arranged
accidentally for the newsboys' picnic at
Manawa Wednesday. This Is a contest be
tween the attractiveness of the lake aa
"swimming hole" on the one hand, and
the eloquence of Judge Estelle, Rev. .Tames
W. Stenson, Rabbi Loul Bernstein and
Rev. O. A. Beecher on the other.
It Is announced that these four will make
addresses to th newsies after the papei
vendors have had a swim. one can
Imagine the following dialogue:
"Com on out. There's going to be
"Aw, ferglt the talk. The water's fine."
Th day's program does not depend In
entirety, however, on plans to be good, for
th four speakers will have a severe time
limit plaoed upon them and the small pic
nickers will be given a chance to enjoy
free the various amusements at Manawa.
Th newsboys will assemble at Fifteenth
and Farnam streets and. after serenading
the several newspaper offices with a band
furnished by the Muslolana' union, will
take cars for the lake. Here the swim Is
next in order, and after this if the nit
dleno can., be corralled the addresses by
th eloquent quartet.
Cash In the sum of 2300 and prises cost
ing 8600 have been given for the day.
LESS RAIN BETTER CROPS
Roaeland Merchant Says oath west
ern Nebraska Has F.astera Part
of State Beaten.
In the opinion of W. L. Dunce n, a mer
chant ot Roseland, the crops in the south
western part of the state are growing
faster than they are In this section,
"Between Crete and Holdrege," said Mr.
Duncan, "wheat and corn are looking fine
and really are In better shape than any I
have seen between Omaha and Lincoln.
"Down In Adams county, where I live,
we have not had nearly as much rain as
has fallen In this part of the state. Early
In the spring w had hardly any and It Is
only during the last three weeks that, we
have been getting our shara. Consequently,
while Douglas and the neighboring coun
ties have been Buffering from an excessive
rainfall, Adams and 4 he southwestern coun
ties have been getting Just enough to make
corn and wheat grow rapidly."
RAILWAY TIME CARD"
Jrrizes bM Si
is off jFumi fa-i
oys " a, si
Altstadt Proves ' '
Der Schudgt Make i $6 Becauta Ha
Wai Willing to Talk Affablf ."
with Colored Woman.
It paS to be sociable. So- savs Tttrlge
William Altstadt since his experience with
colored woman. The Incident 'occurred
In front of th Paxton block, where the
"colored lady" encountered 4b, judge.
'Can you tell ine where I; oan get a
justice of peaces.' the colored woman asked.
'I'm dne." said the Judge.
I don't want no fool judge. You hln'f ho
Justice of th peaeef" ' '
'You bet I am," enforced' the Judge.
"Come along with me -.and I'll help . you
out. What Is It you. wintT"- ,, ....
"I want to garnishee my girl' wages."
The Judge led th woman te tils office,
where he took her twee and secured 8) tor
his work. - "t. '
Now he say that If he had not talked to
her when she" approached him' on ' the
street that he would pave, lost the chance
to make the 26. So he) Saj's It pays U b
affable. ' , '
TRAVELING, MEN, MUST QUIT
USE OF FICTITIOUS NAMES
Hotel Mall Rale Wilt !. Oe4lwg
Letters Seat Under JXj
tje Address. '
A set of rules for' th prtrtecdon of all
mall handled at .the hotels. Jut been
published by th . local postoffloe - and
adopted by the-proprletbrp .'of ' th hotels of
Omaha. Copies of . lh. rule have been
posted In the lobbies of all thar hotel.
I'hder these rule no mall can-'be re
ceived at a hotel by arty person assuming
a fictitious nsme. For Jong .time It has
been customary for some traveling Tien
to have letters directed to them under ah
assumed name, the reasons for doing so
being various. Hereafter hotel snan will
forward all such hiall 'to f he ' pqstoff toe,
where It will be destroyed. . s, , ;.
Rule No. 1 of the new set-call for the
Immediate stamping of -All : mall by the
hotel as soon as t Is received by them.
The data and time of arrival Sjt -he hotel
will be placed on each piece of mall.
Any mall that IV In th ho-tls'for five
or ten day will be sent, to the postofflce
or returned to the writer Immediately upon
the expiration of that, time limit. .-
No hotel will receive mall fos -people who
are not guest. Any ' mall for-' ndhgueata
will be returned to the' central postofflce.
Only clerks and proprietors' of the hotels
will be allowed to handle ,inij look over
the mall. There will be no more "Let me
see the N'a." It will have to be,' "Please
look over th N's for me."
For registered malt matter a ptao In
every hotel safe will be provided. As
soon aa the mall of this character s rb
oelved at the offloe it will be deposited
In the safe and kp.t there until called for
by the person to whom -It Is addrassed.
DR. JOHNSTON PLEASED. BUT
WILL NOT COMMIT HIMSELF
I ' 1 V.1-'
flay Me Has Ttot Vet Been Offered
Position of Dean Of Medi
cal Collegte, .'' . "
Dr. J. B. Johnston of th University of
Minnesota, who Is ltkely to- succeed Dr.
Henry B. Ward a Head of th Nebraska
College of MediqirjiCand. wjip. waa escorted
to Omaha by th' retiring dea'n, expressed
himself aa well pleased with the Nebraska
medical college In both Lincoln' and Omaha
He would not state whether he Would ac
cept the position ot dean In cose It should
b tendered him. ; '. ,
"I cannot add., anything tft the c count
published in The Bee," said Dr. Johnston.
"You have all the. facts' there. ,1 m here
in Omaha simply to become acquainted
with the members of the Nebraska faculty
and to inspect th local branch of th
"I am extremely well pleased with th
department here and ' In .Lincoln.''" r also
am delighted with th men. of the. faculty
that 1 have met In both cities.-
"It would not be right for Aie Uf say that
I would accept tlje.'iiosltiop I'f It were of
fered to me, fos it has not, been a yet., I
am only a guest here afid'imtl! thaj poslttOQ
of (lean of the Nebraska 'Cfieg 'ot Med
icine la offered to m I cannot make any
statement about accepting. . All I can say
now Is that I do-not know whether I would
accept or not If I -had th opportunity.
"I do no( know when lh regents will
take action on the election ot a. luiceeasor
to Dr. Ward. I presume It win1 be soon,
though." . . i . . !. ' " ' ,
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