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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JULY 4, 1909.
OFFERED TOR RENT
Himi mm 4 tottsses Continued.
Want ad Story Contest
The Bee wishes to congratulate those who have been awarded
No. 17th. t room. close In. $.0O.
36 RwaM St.. t rooms, nice yard, $100
$& Franklin Bt. dandy t room cottage.
modern except heat, fine location, $11 00.
101 Hurt Ft., I room modern sxcept heat.
Close In, $30.
8i3 Jackson St., 6 room all modem, only
34 Franklin fit.. 8 room, all modern ex
cept heat, dandy little home, $21.
2428 Bristol St., ? room, all modern, paved
ttrent, a special bargain, 121.
1614 Tales St., 7 room, all modern, fine
location, nice shade, 125.
KT9 Parker St., room, modern except
..heat, corner lot, only 26,
2JS4 So. 34tn St.. room, brand new,
"'m o.m?hTnAve.. ,JT' room, all modem, was interesting
line location, a snap at :u.
2106 Case St., 9 room, strictly modern.
fine location, close In. $.'.2.60. . -otlf.r 4a.,l,-- irA U rorir n1aat!nf tn naronta la fVm nontnnea tlvely cured
su4 so. 38th St., swell 9 room, strictly a,imij icourao mm 'J j'vw..6 v r" --i - "semlo Specla
Ile at lkkUrri' Meetla.
BiTfcKn-uui haik, warts ann rr.oies . ,,.:uiarB t the Missouri
permanently removed by electricity ; con- 1 PACIFIC ruTtivvAT COMPANl!
suitation tree ann connaent.aK aiwora , conformity wlto the requirements of
guaranteed. Miss Allender, 624 Bee Bldg. ,,,, Con)l,tutl(n. ,d laws f the statea S(
MASSAGE AND BATHB.
If lnsl k.K Um alant fIa I K -a I -.
prizes for stories in The Bee Want Ad Contest, and to say to Swedish massage. au um Boston store.
La i ,..-. . - .-..., ak.irt KJ kea Lt anil lha
ANT lady wishing to be cared for tn I Z ' , - 1 V . t" ' T;' v.-n, J
private home during confinement reason. HE H E BY NOTIFIED that Vy resolution of
. "l lha U., rA nf lllreetnra of The V lIDUr
Pacific Railway Company duly adopted at
a meeting of said Hoard on Wis Kth day o
a i may, A. v.. inw, a meewns ui iuf im '
BnO hnMara nf .The Mluniirl Parlfle Railway
Company has been caned to be held at th
who did not receive a prize that they will never know just PedThe.rna'.'rnnV &XB.inW
ear they came to getting one. ... EMtftt aSSI? ft xlri.TtVn.
Every story that found its way into The Bee office last week hall s .ate., new. M-hand. mi Farnam. "r th of Con.
ir n XTtT'TTn treatment Mme Smith. rsot ana Articles Ot .onaoiinaun nrai
MAGNETIC s Uih Bt third floor ! the 2th day ef May. neretofor
One thing noticeable Of all the COpy Submitted Which Should DANDRUFF Itching falling hair nosl- M'seou'paclflS Railway Company and
. i .i a- i i-l i a . ..'..ki. Yi r-u...... the following named corporations by order
,-trict.y grainy xeacners ana De very pieasmg to parent, is "k Bpecuiist": e. m syndicate aTXaZ H respective ijj-r. ! j:'otr.:
nly IN) i i :u:i:i e a. i J u: 1 i- - oli;, I xiinn..n..n. umn I The Kansas and Colorado aciflo Kaiw
We have some nice 4 room brick apart- HUU leknumiy O II1U 1IUUK u lue uuiirti cpumin auui Company, a consolidated corpratlon
ments at 23rd and Isard for flrst-Class nrtui:n A Mnnioa TOUNO WOMEN coming to Omaha as I"' State of Kansas;
colored tenant.. tOrfiiatlOn Of Sentences. LJangeriT are Invited to ".It th" TunJ The Central Branch Railway Company.
PAYNE, BOSTWICK & CO., None of the children are over 16 years of age, and the most KAthi" ttf tJWSzr
of them are under 13.
NOTICB TO BIDDERS: TVR ARB NOW
ready to receive sealed proposals at our
office until 11 o'clock m.. July 1&, ISO, for
the erection of an addition to. our seed
house. In accordanca with plane and speci
fications now on file at the office of the
Omaha Builders' Exchange. Omsha. Ne
braska, also at the office or C. R. I I
Matyr, Fremont, Nebraska. Kindly specify
In your bid the difference In the cost of
the building of It. W. Johns-Manvllle Co.,
l-ply or 4-ply heavy "J-M" asbestos roof
ing, la used In place 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. Tours
truly. WKRTERN 8BB.D IRRIGATION
CO., per Wm. Kmerson. Manager. Fremont,
Neb.. June K. 1!H. une-!--Ju!y-l-l--4.
modern house In west Farnam.
Sole Agents, Main Floor, N. T. Life.
J-ROOM cottage, large lot. Owner leaving
city. W2 B. 27th St.,
T-room, new, modern i.ouse and large re-
cepiloi. room; hard wood finish, combina
tion fixtures, east front, beautiful lawn; 704
N. 2M Rt. 140.
Lrnnm new modern BL Louis flat, com
bination fixtures. reception room, hard
wood f'.nlsh: 714 N. t3d St. 132.
l-room modern Bt Louis flat, reception
hall, combination fixtures; 712 N. 23d 91
s-room modern brick house; 2003-2011 Wil
lis Ave. 126.
a rooms In apartment flat; 1911 Clarke, ft.
I rooms In apartment flat; U17 Clark
St. Dl. 50.
4 rooms, 1734 So. 13th SI.-I10.
C. M. BACHMANN.
426 Faxton Block.
lit rUIZE Birdie TreMoock, 4921 California St.. Omaha,
2d Prise g. H. Friend. Lawrence, eb.
8d Prise Jameg Blmon, 1041 M. 10th St., South Omaha.
4th Price Rna N. Mead, Blair. Neb.
6th Prise Ida Fox, 2209 Clurle St., Omaha,
6th Prise Grace Rons, Blair, Neb.
7th prise Francis lloblnson, Shenandoah, Iowa.
suitable boarding places or otherwise as- Tho Rooks County Railroad vmpny. a
slated. A deaconess representing the tun. corporation or the Plate Ol ivansas.
elation meets trains at ine union station as
I travelers' aid.
DR. EGOKR8. private Confinement homel
U1( Martha St. Tel. Douglas UN.
MAGNETIC Treatment, Emmelln BrotL
S. 161 h. Doug. MM.
Tho Nevada and Mlnden Railway Com
pany, a ocrpossj-lon ol tne oiaie u sua-
.u'-s . . . ' . .
Nevada and Minoen Kaiiway oini,ii -j
Kansas, a corporation ot tne fcHata ol
Kansas City and Southwestern hallway
Company of Missouri, a corporation of the
State ol Missouri; ,,
Kansas City and Boutnwestexn
NOTICE J'OR BIDS FOR STATE PRINT
Ing Bids will be received by the State
Printing Board at the office ot the secre
tary of state at Lincoln, Nebraska, on or
befort 12 m.. Monday, July It lot, for
printing SI 600 blanks 47 forms for the Ne
braska State Railway Commission. Specifi
cations for same can he found on file In
the office ot the secretary of state. AH
bids must be accompanied by a bond equal
In amount to the probable cost of the work
bid upon. The board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids. Lincoln, Nebraska,
June l, 100. 8TATB PRINTINO BOARD,
by H O. Thomas, secretary to the Board.
Josephine Mlchelwalt, Ord, Neb.
Anna Maher, 2024 Emmelt BL, Omaha. 'Omaha.
HONORABLE MENTION I
Madeline Conn, ISO Park Ave., Omaha.
Anna Henrlch, Plattnmouth, Neb.
A V O T T V f vnmtn with a nlr hm
wishes to meet a number of young women Company, a .corporation ol tho State ol
and young men for the purpose of forming Kansas;
a olub devoted to social amusements. Ad- The Fort Scott Central Hallway Corn
dress P 127, care Bee. Pxriy, a consolidated corporation ot tns
State ot Kansas; . ..
xi A Tt'Hr"TTTT wiNTrn xiA..i. I Kar.ooolia and Kansas Central naiiway
Klla Btegermann, 202 Dewey Avenue, poetry, history, essays, etc... for nubllca- Company, a corporation ot the State i
hwii in dwir itw in. mill an ruo nnini - -. . rnm.
Co.. 77 Tribune rit New Torh ritv The Kansas Southwestern Railway Cora-
CENTRAL, no equal for aolld comfort, Omaha, Neb.
Joseph L. Shepard, 1927 6th Ave., Council
Blur fa, lows,
h-thel Boyce. 252 Burt St.. Omaha. Neb.
Frances Tanner, 1110 N. 24th St., South
all modern, 4 or l-roora flats. Apply 2
"HOUSES, flau. Garvin Broa Jl N. Y. L.
Margaret Elisabeth Telyea. Tekamah,
Ruth Rouch, Box 222, Blair, Neb.
Helen Laverty, 2S0S B St., South Oma
iri.i50N'l -room flat, located at MO 8. Marie Wtlmet Shook. tSf Park Ave..
27th all modern; price. Bonus, Drandets Omaha, Neb.
Midi Willie Brennan. 1404 N. 16th 8t., South
a' .': Omaha. Neb.
Iir,vit:Ti, In all parts ot the city. Oene Brennan, 1(04 N. leth St., South
li V3lO CrelK son. fc Co.. Bee Bid. Omaha. Neb. - -w
naiy (.eiiaer, i i Dgum iibi oi.. oouin
Emmett Hlckey, O Nell. Neb.
Letha Powell, 114 West 6th St, North
Platte, Neb. .
Mvrtle Boesl, Allen, S. D.
James A. Shanahan, 2221 South 14th St.,
Willie Tufner, 2514 Blondo St.. Omaha.
BOUb .HOLD GOODS packed, forwarded;
cheap freight rates; moving and storing.
Uxpressmen'b De'.lvery Co. Tel. Doug. 2J4.
FLATS AND R"K5MS.
342J'pewoy Ave., elegant 8-room corner
flat, excellent repair and choice location,
1H18 8. 10th, 9-roo.n brick flat, $32 50.
8il 3. 24th, new 4-room brick apartment,
walking distance, t.
1B0S tt. 26th, 7-rooni flat, mod., 218.
2.11 S mth -room flat. 112.50.
b:3 S, 2!tth, good 3-room brick flat, $12.
August Michael Luyben, 1914 Webster
St., Omaha, Neb.
Anna V. Clark, 224 North 41st Bt,
pany, a corporation of the atate ot Kansas;
Hhe LeRoy and caney vaney sir um
Railroad Company, a corporation of the
PHONB IND. A-2620 for good printing (j) for the purpose of voting upon the
Mildred Henderson. 141 Ridge St., Coun- Lyngstadt Printing Co,, lth A Capitol Ave. question whether such Contract and Ai-
1 Bluffs, Iowa. Urle, or consolidation, so made and en-
Miss Ida Frelden, 111$ North 20th St, TAFrE PTO. Co, 207 Boston Store Bldg. tered Into, shall be ratified, assented to, ap-
Bessie Jackson, $25 South 28rd St, Oma
Miss O. A. Wolfe, 6112 Martha St., Oma
Marie Jenson, 290$ Isard St, Omaha,
Gall Edith Howard, 4722 Capitol Ave.,
L. Marie Moore, 2011 Miami St, Omaha,
SPECIAL FOR JULY.
Bond letter heads, Bin, $5.71.
Envelopes, 5m. $5.76.
HOLLAND PRINTING CO..
110 a 17th St. Phone Doug. 6428.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
proved and adopted and suoh uonsolldatloo
consummated or whether soch Contraov
and Articles of Consolidation shall be re
CIV To consider and vote mwn tho adop
tion ot a resolution accepting the provis
ions of Article li or wnapier u oi tne rr
vised Statutes ot the State of Missouri,
1K99, and to authorise the filing thereof,
all a required by Section numbered lu& of
2 Tn..nht. tt rh.Pi.. at rw. $100 to $10,000 mede promptly. F. D. Wead, such Revised Statutes In the case ot eon
Susie Rosenblatt, 2221 Charles St. Omt- iui ...w -X r..n I ...n.,i ..t r.iia.v irmiritlnni: and
n' J;eb't ..wi. xi xt v " whereby all or any Of said corporations
Letha Larkln. Norfolk, Neo. I n . . . c I m.. x..-...! num. paii.v nrnnun.
Vera Klrschbraun, 611 South 24th St.. I . ... nrad.ia Bldr. have agreed to consolidate In the whole.
Clarence E. Johnson, 6401 North 16th
St., Omaha, Neb.
OFFERED FOR RENT
Hostel and Cottage Coatlnaed.
210 8. 2Sth Ave., 4 rooms (1st floor), will ,,- m a ao.h a, modern.
repair, $10. .,,. $16 R-r., I08 Shirley St., all In good repair,
, COTTAGES AND HOUSES. . reduced from $18
2C01' Farnam, elegant 10-room brick dwel- Jf rJ5 ?,m L"'
no7. A1' .h."?w., J1 SrftlB FVinamSullrto'Sern.
araajo, lawn, snuue, jirivaie inumj um. ; a, nij.-
HOI Davenport, 10-room modern brick i-!:' - Ii"ow"r.d i TJZ"'
dwelling, corner lot $36
1127 Pacific, 7 room, modern exoept fur
3U09 Dewey Ave., choice 6-room dwelling,
$18 New York Life. 'Phone Doug. 961
$27.60-6-r. modern Hat oak finish. 207 8.
$30 7-r.. 1608 Yates St, modern and very
$. 10-r., 1909 Douglas St., modem except
37.B0-8-r.. 2309 California St. modern,
newly decorated, will be painted at once.
$40 -r. apartment, 2d floor 2024 Farnam
St., first door west ot Bacneiors notei
114 N. 86th, 7 r water, sewpr, $18.
1104 N. Mth. ( r.. mod. ex. heat $18.
N. E. Cor. 18th and Ontario, 8-r., mod, $18. nft7-r., 602 S. 28th St., modern. In good re-
zv rt. tain, near Amn, o r., ntsw, muv, pair.
$86 per month, 11-r. striotly modern house,
application from private families only,
2124 Davenport St.
OEORGB aV CO.. 1001 Farnam St. '
vm Pierce St, 6 rooms, city water and
a-aa. $16. ... -
16(K Ohio Bt., s rooms, city wnirrr, gas
VH Leavenworth, 8 r mod., $35.
1636 Davenport, Cor. 87th, 6 r., mod., $35.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1001 N. Y. Life. Doug-or A-2162.-,
6 r.; mod. ex. heat 1916 N. 24th 8U,,
r.V mod., 214 Dodge 8t.. $80, 4 . ,v-
r mrvt :. !I0 Franklin. 126. '
S r mwi. ex. heat. HOI Sherman Ave. $15. 1 throuarhout house. $17.
6 r., )od., 2219 8. 29th-St, $27.M. . - 2014 Ames, Ave., $ rooms,, modern except
a-r; mod., 2M Harney t., b. - - heat, $26.
7 r., mod., 2m N. 24th St., $21.60. I 1034 g. nth. St-, $ rooms, city water, gas. $7.
l-r., mod. 6 bed rooms, 614 N. xutn nt., &u BIRKETT 4t TBRBKN8, 423 Bee Bldg.
MODERN HKATGl) AI'AKTMISHIS.
Two. four and five-room modern heated COMPLETED this week. 8 rooms, oak
apartments, close In and almost new, $17.50 finish, large porch, every convenience; big
to $57.60.' corner lot. both streets paved, convenient
l-i 1 KTiNfiH A HETnRV. 1814 Tfftrnev St 1 tn ears school and churches: across street
; from park. Rent M. look at it. list ano
$12 50 6 . rooms downstairs flat, nicely Plnkney Sts. Tel. Webster 8044. T. R.
papered and painted, at 2621 Lake rt. Porter.
I12.MV 6-roon upstairs flat, 2321 South
$li).U0 7-room modern house at 1434 N.
$30:00 ' for a good 10-room house,
10 ROOMS, MODERN, $37.50
Here Is the best value for your money
1618 In Omaha, 6S6 So. th St., every room
newlv Daoered. everything modern, every
$a.0O 6-room modern cottage, 624 8. 18th thing nice and clean and within very easy
St. ' walking distance. Look at this sure.
OFFERED FOR SALE
anil tn aonaolldate tha stock of the re
ui wit nnaTwtrK rn . n. t. I.ifa I anetitive eomoanles making such oonsollda-
Private money, $000 to $5,000; low rate. tion, and to form and make under and pur-
,, euant to the laws of ths States of Missouri,
FIVE PER CENT MONBY Kansas and Nebraska, a nsw. consolidated
to loan on corporation, to be known as The Missouri
nm.in m,iineaa Prf.nrl. Pacific Railway Company, owning, con-
THOMAS BRENNAN, trolling, possessing and bringing under one
Room L New York Life Bldg. management all and slngviar the llpes of
OARVIN BROS., 818 N. T. Life. $500 to and mixed, Dowers, . rights, privileges, Im
munities inu iriiw,.iii, wTiv,t,iii .v
of the companies making such consolida
tion, -upon tha terms and conditions fixed
I and stated by ' said Contract aud Articles
of Consolidation r
tt To take any other action In the pre.
mlsea. and to transact any other business
that may properly come oeiore tne meeting.
Kuan contract ana Arucies oi uonsouae.
tlon will be submitted to the meeting: of
the stockholders so called for examination
Finest Story Clark upright piano. Always on hand and for sale
. . .. , . . . . r rn rr s um, , A ( IBB, I .
used is mnnm; iooks new; original cost
$400; BEAT CASH OFFER by July 8
TAKES IT; leaving Omaha; MUST SELL.
Call or address
H. H. RHODES.
8902 Cass St, Omaha. ...
8x5 CARD CASE.
Solid oak case, made by the Library TJ
reau Furniture Co. This Is exceptionally $200,000 on improved property. No delay
wen cuiinirucifu oiitco luriiirure ana win
last a lifetime. Call Bee office. 17th and
Plane si4 Masloal laatrasaoata.
MY mahogany baby grand piano, stan
dard make, new 6 months ago; cheap; am
leaving tne city. Address JEv iv, )e.
. Good 6
from $300 to $3,000.
TYPEWRfTERS-i-Ahy mske, all prices.
anv Mme before such meeting any stock
holde. will be furnished with a printed copy
of such Contract ana Articles ot conso
lidation ubon aoDlloatlon therefor durlns
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Brandels Bldg. MJtl)liW
$500 TO $6,000 on homes In Omaha. O' Keef e P"? n C"L eL2t Lou1"" Ml8ourt
ReaEstate C9m LU Doug, or ""0eoRGE J. GOULD.
A-4lM.i 5n-,, , i t t Miaaouri Padfio Rallwav
sold and rented, rent applied; easy terms; SECOND MORTQAGH- loans negotiated. a h cALEF
shipped anywhere for .examination. WrlU Apply. Rooms 417t18 First. Nat l Bank Bldg. fi(Mt-71 .? The
for large bargain list and offer. B. F. 'fjeano. KougJas asii.
Swanson Co., 417 .8. 15th fit, Omaha. Nob.
MONEY VO LOAN-Payas Investment Co.
SecreUry at The Missouri Pacifio Railway
WAXTKD-Hvfllcans and warrants. W.I
DRUGS at cut prices, freight paid on all arnam Smith a; Co.. IMS farnam Bt.
McConneH Dru Co!7 Omiha. N.k WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
One Dollar a Tear.
BIDS WANTED FOR THE CONSTRUC
tlon of a Drainage Ditch Sealed bids
will be received till noon of July 1. 19U9,
at the office of O. E. Farley, secretary
Bancroft drainage district. Bancroft. Ne
braska, for 809.000 ctiblo yards excavation,
lltch 16 feet on bottom, Vi to 1 slopes, $
feet deep. 16 feet Barmea.
1'ians ana specifications on rue with sec
retary, also wtth the Towl Engineering
company. 722 Fee building. Omaha. Dltoh
being constructed ns per paragraphs 5KK8 to
r2X. both inclusive, or I ohhy s Annotated
Statutes for 1W7. All bids are to be so
companled by a certified check amounting
to 5 per cent of the bid. The directors
of the said Bancroft drainage district re
serve the right to reject any and all bids
C. E. FARLEY, Secretary. Jy4-U
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. OF-
flce of Indian Affairs, Washington. D. C.
Senled proposals, for letting Districts Nos,
1, 2, 4. 5 and 4, In the Crow Indian Reserva
tion, Montana, for graslng purposes, either
under a lease or by permit, will be received
at the office of the Commissioner of In
dlan Affairs, Washington. D. C. until :
o clock P. m . on Monday, August 2. 1909.
and will be Immediately thereafter opened Bellevue-Plattsmouth
in tne presence oi sucn Diaaere as may at- Colorado Limited
tena. Maps snowing tne location ot im rhlrun Ltd .
districts and all necessary information IChlcaro Ex...
may do ODtainea on application to tne Chicago Flyer
superintendent or tne i:row inaian nenooi, Iowa Local.
Crow Agency, Montana. R. G. VALKN- St. Louis Ex.
TINE, Acting Commissioner. Jy$ DJOt
RAILWAY TIME CARD,W,,,T1",,
Mlnn.-8t. Paul Fxp..
.a7:1Ssm a 2 45 pa .
.a 6 00 I'm a 7il am
b ? IS am
Minn. -St. Paul Ltd a 6:00 pin a7 )6atti
Omaha-Ft. Dolgc Local. b 4:15 pm iU::aru
(klra so A Tlorthweatrrn
Chicago Daylight a 7:40 am U pro
Twin City-Express a7:4oam alO'Wpm
Chicago local al2 On pin ail:;K tn
Sioux City Loral a 8 4o pm a i l pm
Deriver-Chlca:o Ex s 8 20 pm a 8 H pm' '
Chicago Spenial a 6:02 pm- a 7:40 am
Callfornla-i'htrsgo Ex. .a 6 06 pm a i 2 pm
Minnesota-imRota EX...B 7:ix) pm a s wam .
Twin City Limited ..iltUpm a 7:06 am
Los Anseles Limited. ..a 9.10 pm alt:. pin
Overland Limited all :6o pma T 15 ant
NEBRASKA AND WYOMING DIVISION.
Norfolk-Honeeteel a 7:60 am al0:30 pm
Lincoln-Long Pine ... a 7.60 am i alliOo am
Norfolk-South Platte. ...b 2 15 pm b 6 20 pm
Hastings-Superior b 2:16 pm b 5:20 pm
Peadwood-Hor r-prings a i M pm a 5 LX) pm
Cai4per-lAnder a $.66 pm all 00 am
Fremont-Albion b 6:30 pm b 1:36 pm
St Louis Ex -.a 4:20 pm a 9 25 am '
St Louis Ixcl (from
Council B uffs) a 8:00 am all:15 nm
Stanherry Local (from . .
council uiurrs) b6:oopm bio isam
Ckleaco, Milwaukee aY St. Paal
Chicago and Colo. Spec. a 7:36 am all 40 pm
Cal. and Oregon Ex a 4:00 pm a 9:26 pm
Overland Ltd all:48pm a 7:15 km
Perry Local b 6:15 pm bll:66tuu
Chicago, nock Island Pacltlo
Rooky Mountain Lid. ...a 3:10 am all:06pm
Iowa Local a 6:40 am a 4:30 um
The Mountaineer... a 7:42 am a 2 55 um
Des Moines Local .a 4:00pm al2:80im
Iowa Local b!0:35 am b 9:66 pm
Chleago-Eastern Ex a 4 40 pm al:ttpnv
Chicago-Nebraska Ltd. .a 6:08pm a 8:06am
The Mountaineer a 8:00 am a 7:36 am
(for Lincoln) . a 8:80 am A 6:47 pm'
Colo, and Cal. Ex a 1:20 pm a 4:Mtm
Okla. and Texas Ex a 4:40 pm a 1:00 pm
Rocky Mountain Ltd....all:l2 pm a 1:06 am
BCRLINOTOX 8TA. 10TH A MASON
Denver and California... 4:10 pm a 3:45 pm
Puget Sound Ex.
Lincoln Fast Mall..,,
RAILWAY TIME CARD
a 4.10 Pm a 6:10 tun
...a 4:10 pm a 6:10 pm
...all :60 pm a 7:06 am
...a 8:20 am a 6:10 pin
...b 1:20 pin al2:16pin
...a 9:15 am a 4:10 pm
b 9:08 am
...a 7:25 pm a 7:50 i.iii
,.b 8:06 pm bl0:20 kin
...a 9:18 am a 8:50 am
..a 12 :80 pm a 9:40 pm
...all :60 pm a 7:06 am
...a 7:25 am all'85 pm
...a 4:20 pm a 2:56 pm
...a 4:80 pm a 8:08 Km
...a 9:16 am all :30 am
...a 4:40 pm ail:80 am
Kansas City and St. Jo.al0:46 pm a 6:46 am
Kansas City and St. Jo. a 9:15 am a 6:10 pm
Kansas City and St. Jo. a 4:40pm
a Dally, n Dally except Sunday, c Sunday
only, d Dally except Saturday.
UNION STATION 10TI1 AND MASON
WEBSTER ST A 1BTH A WEBSTER
Paal, Minneapolis A1
..b 6:80 am b 9:20 pm
..b 2:00 pm bll:56am
..o 8:46 am c 6:20 pm
..b 6:55 pm b9:10um
a 7:30 am a 11 :40 pm Twin City Passenger
a 8:50 pm a 6:00 pm fiioux Clry Passenger
:" moux city Local
4:10 pm a t pm Emerson Local..
Los Angeles Limited. .. .al2:65 pm a$:50pm , , ,
tr.. u.n a 7:20 am a 6:46 Dm 1 aeino
China and Japan Mall. ..a 4:00 pm a 6:46 pm Auburn Local b3:B0pm bll:80am
North Platte Loca a 8:15 am a 4:46 Pm
Colo. Chicago Special. ...a!2:10 am a 7:06 am
Realrlre Ki Rtromsbura:
Local bl2:40pm b 1:40 pm
Vallev Tical fmotor via
w . - & vaTarv ain-rai ei n-m as vav. nm i
llalltS V U l-VJl I I ai W satis a ai.wv i . as. . al aa. .
Valley Local (motor). ...a 6:80 pm a 9:00 am RoW TOfK W iivrc-r8)ri .9 umym
Hastings-Superior b 2:16 pm D5:ZWPm
Local passengers not carriea on trains
Nos. 1 and I.
Chleasro Great Weeierm
St. Paul-Minneapolis 2:20 pm 8:16 am
St. Paul-M nneaDOl a 7::wsm g:au pm
Chlcaao Limited 6:10 pm 8:15 am
K. C. and St. L. Ex..
.a 9:00 am a 7:00 am
K. C. and Bt L. Ex.....all:15 pm a 6:50 pm
IPAR mr.T K,a mnA Ini1.li,rul hllllarit I . . ' BONJ.I.
and pool tables. We lead the world In Prtvnte monev-to loan on city property,
cheap bar fixtures: easy payments. Bruns- F. J. Sohnorr, 618 Broadway, Council Bluffs.
wick Balks Col lender. 407 a. lotp Bt.
hi nfii i vi e. w "iw hvw
Bltantls Twin Sort and Exprsss Itasmsrs.
Naval ofBcers la eommsnd. wireless telegraphy
submarine saiciy dcii stguai system. .
I La Pravaaea, July it
1U lirralna. Aus-. 6.
II Touralna Aug. II
SEND us your mall orders for drugs:
freight paid on $10 lots. Myers-Dillon Drug
co., umana. . .
"an'Vn.Toi Daven- PAYNE, BOSTWICK & CO.,
ROBINSON ds WOLF. 435 Paxton Blk.
8ole Agents, Main Floor, N. T. Lite.
6-r. '.nodern. with furnace, 8704 N. 19th, ng St
7-ROOM modern house, 1658 N. Mth.
7-room modern flat a iioor. is uura-
7-r. modern, In fine repair, 2806 Plnkney,
8-r. modern house, 1117 S. 30th Ave., $40.
8-r. modern house, 1304 N. 20th, $26.
8-r. partly modern, 4430 Farnam. $25.
TWOS. W. HAZEN, 106 S. 10th St
'Phone Doug. 1200.
O. C. REDICK. 1617 Farnam St
FOR RENT 6-room house, water, sewer
and gas. 910 Hickory St, $15.60.
2418 Indiana Ave., new t-room cottage,
11$ Dewey Ave., new 6-room flat, oak
finish, easy walking distance, very choice.
IFH. M,AJl;V. nevV. bt"i - snap for the money, $30.
cupled, Field club district, one block from
THE ERWIN LAND CO..
647- Brandels Bldg. Tel. D. 1121.
FOR RENT 7-room, new, modern, fur
nished house during summer: on car line.
Call at 2709 South 24th St. References re
quired. HOUSES FOR RENT
New t-room, modern, except heat, large
on farnam HILL on corner of 83d
and Harney, new modern house, $ large
rooms, oak finish, fine mantel, tiled bath;
nice lawn; to first-class tenant only, $40.
THE ABOVE PRICES ARB VERT
LOW, CONSIDERING THE QUALITY OF
THE PROPERTIES OFFERED, LET US
HEAR FROM YOU AT ONCE.
ERNEST SWEET. 41$ N. T. L DOUG. 147X
4 ROOMS, city water, barn. 1513 N. 19th.
T-T; 'i- n'Kh.b''h001- Paved "tret- HOUSES-Peters Trust Co.. N. T. L. Bldg.
6-rooms, hot and cold water, east front.
very pleasant, one block to car, near Syn
dlcate park. $18.00.
'Phone Doug. 1K.2 or A-MB6.
NO. 908-10 JONES ST.
Well constructed warehouse, I stories
8-room house, No. 1041 Park Ave.... $35.00 and basement. 44x182 ft., or about 86,000
11-room house. No. 2025 Dodre St $ 00 square feet of floor space, rental, $.m
UtHH live years, uwifi v, iwi -
-rr. im hou Nn 110 Smith 2 I St. . ISO 00
10-room house. No. 2'43 Cspltol Ave $40 00 nam St
s-room cottate. No. 110 Goorala Ave.2loo
Two 0-room flats, Nos. 2575-79 Cuming
Office rooms. Conttnentsl block.
ALFRED C. KENNEDY.
209 First National Bank Building.
Telephone. Douglss 722.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WW. UAVRt PITVFRq tnr a Krtnm hnn.
r iiu sate, ourgiar prooc, aooa conai- g -room bouse and a couple or vacant lots,
tlon; must be sold at once; located 2203 I NOWATA LAND AND IX5T COMPANY,
Isard. Suits S4 N. T. Life Bldg.. Omaha.
Phone Red. 1999. : Open evenings. ,
Modern dwelllnx. 6 or 7 rooms'. .Address I
j ito care cea.' . .
First Prize Story
FOR SALE- Cash register and safe. Ad
dress J 679, care Bee.
PING PONG billiard table; cost $76; price
$8. 808 N. 16th.
FOR SALE A small dry land dredge.
opacity ditch, seven feet deep, fourteen rrbt nrlca nald for second-hand furnl.
i wiue, or can maae lever eigni loot ture, carpets, clothes ana snoes. Tel. Doug.
men. Auarau jernuei x unou, rwi urous, I4V71.
HKST Drloe nkld for 2d-hand furniture.
WE HAVE on hand a number of Ink I stoves, clothlnar. Wm.' Rosenblatt Tel.
barrels which we will sell at 60o each. They Douglas 5401.
are fine for rain water or ashes. Call at -
pressroom Bee Publishing Co. HIGHEST prices paid for Insurance Poll-1
clea In old line comDanles. The Putnam I
rja. hal.iv inree snow cases, counter Comnanv. 504 N. T. L.ife.
ana vui case, suuaoie ror cigar stana.
Apply at ctgar stand in Bee building. WANTED, to buy, a good second-hand
' nirtTTrTaTT T7Z '- Inclosed electric automobile; write, giving
a Ji wi7i rii .' description. Address F 94, cars Bee.
imiimi. . . 1 1 , nviuiij, iui vmou. au-
dress E 127, Bee.
FOR sale cheap, one modern shoe shin
ing chair, also some nickel window fix
tures. Address S. V7 Bo. IGth street.
In substantial brick building on 26th St.,
near N St. So. Omaha. This building Is
steam-heated, has electric light vault and
large basement Rental very low.
GEORGE A CO., W01 Farnam St
(.rooms, modern. 2709 Farnam St $50 00 1116-12 DOUGLAS BT.-8-story and base-
Modern apartment In Davldge Bldg..$S6 00 ment brick building; large electric eleva-
T-room, modern cottage. 3002 Mason. .11 00 tor, cement basement, trackage, $175 per
i-rnoma. 24th and Farnam Sts $25 00 month.
JOHN W. ROBBINS, 1N02 FARNAM ST. 1314-16 Dodge St Building, 44x70 feet one
-I. floor only $fi6 Der month.
6-ROOM house; modern except furnace. p-ne basement 20x50 feet, newly decorated.
to grown people and the right parties a
special rate; close to car line; giKid sur
roundings. 2514 N. 27th St Inquire 2705
toST Wirt. 12-r.. all modern $""5.
210 N. lth, $-r.', all modern $10.
1920 B. 344th, $-r mod. except furnace $25.
$711 Porker. 6-r., part modern $18.
ttH Decatur. 7-r., part modern $17 50.
2114 N. 10th. $-r part modern $16 50.
8210 N. 84th, $-r.. part modern-1.
3i2 N. 2th, -r., part modern $11
2823 N. lth. 8-r., mod. ecept heat $21 60.
THE BYRON RETD CO,
Phones: Doug. )7; A-fttH. 212 S. 14th
near 16th and Harney Sts.; $75 per mo.
OEORGE CO., 1601 Farnam St.
WANTED TO hENT
WE are getting Inquiries for well located
FOR SALE Five desk and two celling houses. Must have sole agency. Nowata
fans; first-class condition, used but very Land ar.d Lot Company, suite 634 N. Y.
little; direct current. Inquire of C. H. "us- rugn, iw. uma.no,
HtwAi-a R.v fill! VftpfAlb KI.K 1 "
. WANTED Room and ' board by young
UTTTT nivn tvmi o t tt man with best of references at once with
XUXLil-XlCr rJU OiVLiHi private family. Price must be fairly mod-
DELMONICO HOTEL A two story brick rate. Address P 154. care of Bee.
and frame bulldina- located cor. of Hull. I .
road Ave. and N St., South Omaha. Must IF YOU are going away for the summer
be removed from premises. AddIv to J. A. and wish to have a reliable married couple
OFIFFITH, Land Com'r.. U. P. R. R. Co., take charre of your residence during your
Uth and arnam sts., Omaha. Neb. I absence, kindly reply at once; no children:
references exchanged. Address T 703, Bee.
m a -r v --. I 1
S(rftTlf1.Hann rSmlOrS WANTED 2 nicely furnished rooms, cnm-1
wwwaax AAav wtivi plete for very llrht hoiise keeping, In mod-
We will sell two boilers that have been In srn house, walking distance. Answer today,
use at the Bee building. They are eaoit P. O. box, 732.
17A-horanowar r.hirn niniilur knlUr. 7U. '
inch diameter by 1$ leet long. They have WANTED-For summer, about 6-room
IMC, L tubes. $ inches by 1$ feet. Work- I tlat or house, furnished; best ot care. Ad-1
lng pressure 160 pounds per square inch. drss W 139, care Bee.
neat suru.ee ls.ooo square feeL Urate
arts 221 square feet
We are very anxious to dispose of thess
Doners immediately and will sell at
bargain, it taken at once.
TH K Bt.E BUILDING COUPANT
17th and Farnam Slaw. - Omaha, Nab.
WAREHOUSE OR FACTORY FOR RENT
THE REX COMPANY BLDG.
Near 16th St. and Leavenworth St. En
trance from viaduct. This building Is ex
ceptionally well built, having fireproof
basement, good elevator and . fine office
rooms facing 16th St. The building Is S
stories snd bssement. 44x feet. Rental.
Ilt5 per month. Lease about 2 years.
GEORGE co.. lioi I-arnam
2412 PARKER 8T.-4 rooms $17.
fs: Seward 7 rooms, gas. bsth $18.
B. W Cor. 28th and Manderson, mod., $25. Iipee. and vault.
HOUTHWE8T corner office on sixth floor
of Bee Bldg. will be for rent on July L
This room has about 44 square feet floor
1124 . N. 40th. modern 9 rooms. $27.14.
. JOHN N. FRKNZKR Both 'Phones
2f7 PACIFIC ST.. 8-room thoroughly
modern bouae. oak finish. $40. A. G. Elilck,
02 Be Bldg.
MAUOARD Van A Storage Co. Tel. Doug.
14W. We guarantee moving, pianos, house
We have a smaller room on fourth floor
of Bee Bldg. that we will rent to good ten
ant at $12 per month.
If you desire good office space file your
application with us. There are changes be
ing made from time to time which may
suit you exactly. The Bee Building Co..
17th and Farnam.
t-ROOM cottage. W10 Charles. $; water f Icee. with beat ana elevator ssrv.es
iepi nti'.i line lf. manru. v " ----- -
THIRD and fourth floors. WERSTim
8UNDERLAND BLDG. ; large, light of-
....... ..aM- imul.rn ixe.
loundlugs. paved street Tel. Webster VCa, on Howard St. Call us and we will be
iron RENT New 7-room house, all mod-
srn 25u2 Franklin. St Inquire Mrs. E.
Johnaun. S414 Decatur St
- glad to shew you through the building.
GEORGE CO.. 16H1 Famam St
Desirable offlcea Karbach Bit. 16 4V Doug.
FOR RENT Brick house at 1611 8. 2Sth
Ml., ana bloc, east ot Park avenue car
line; modern In every respect with 4 bed- 8CAROO Blk.. South Omaha. 629 N. Mth.
rooms on second floor; isrgs partor, dining I Hall 48 Range Oil : ooin pnenes.
room, altcnen. ouwi ..s nmu uu tw- i 1
fi..t floor lnuulre at liXd S. rJth WE ARE offering for rent three very
bl Tel. Harney 1500. I deMrable stores In and near the FIVE
5 ROOM house, moern. Apply Hlbler's 1 Uon.
park. Tel. Harney 2466
GEORGE : CO., m Farnam St.
MODERN 10-room house, neighborhood
high school, stable, sm jsci'ague o.
t-ROOM house, i4 S. Istft; modem ex
cept heat Doug. 6Mf7.
s-STORY and basement brick building,
83x131 at 1114-18 Douglas feu Electric eleva
Basement. If 10 Harney St.
O. C. REDICK, 1U7 Farnam St.
For high grade men. call Omaha T. M. C. A. I
COMPETENT ststlonary engineer wants
for NAt.rnnM.n .w h.u - situation; last situation was with suDt.
tlcally new, cost $18.76: will sell for Is . ?'trlo light plsnt Harlan. Address Y
It U too small for own use. 3310 Hamilton " '
position wanted wy tn experienced
OK SAL U-root steel launch; 4 h p I trimmer in a gooa mjuinery store. Aa
Oray engine, reversible propeller; com- dress Bo 2- Sedgwick. Colo
mat Knu nm.nt A h.i.. n t- I . . .
HniUh, Beatrice, Neb. ' I NEAT, sober colored man Ilka position as
porter, or any Kina ot work fvrll Parker, I
WILD SAGE, 60 cents pkg , makes 8 'none rtea van.
SK'.' Mr"' C 1 - RESPECTABLE colored man want, josl-
1 1 im mn yvrwr tir any uilirr WOn. inK.
If you Intend taklnr s course In business
college, see us about a scholarship. Ws
will sell you one at a saving to you. .
BEE PUBLISHING CO.
17lh and Farnan Sts. '
'Phone, Red 6357.
JOHNSON. INS.. 418 N. Y. L. Tel. D. It.
Dr. Kaiherru Ntokolas. 60S N. Y. L. Hldg.
D. O. BARN ELL, Paxton Blk. Tel. Red Till
OMAHA Stammerers' Ins., Ramgs Bldg.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
H. W. Bamtim et al. to Mary E,
Ritchie, s22 10 acres . of tv se"a,
29-14-18 .:......:.$ t
Albert Saalfeld and wife to Carl F.
Lamp, lo a. Forest Hill park 1.900
W. H. Beckett and wife to M. Neleop,
lot 1. block L W. L. Selby's 1st sdd... I. KB
Sheriff to Wells Lumber Coal Co.,.
lots 14. 16 and 16. block "K." Lake
H. P. Stilling and wife to H. E. Chap
man, lot 10. block 12. Deer park ,
Eva B. Height to Prudential Real
Bstate Co., lot 1, block $, Folsom
a. W, Loom Is snd wife to D.-C, Pat
terson, lots 4, 6 and 6, block 1,
Sarah M. Kitchen to Ellen B. fiU-
baugh. lots 4. 7. 8 and 8. block 96.
Dundee place J,fO$
fur BlI ViTTON ARMY BnltnK- ..,Ar
clothing; In fact anything you do not need. D..K,lly .toBrtn K1't ,ot H
.ri-, r..,.ir ana uil . t lu ki n.k block 12. West End
it., for cost of collection to the worthy i J3- cln f"l,hu0,1 B-
poor, nu pnone -vua:iae sue ana wagon
DRUNKENNESS, drug habit eured to stay
e red. under positive guarantee. Writs En
sur iumedy Co.. 11L O. So. Omaha, Nab.
MRS. AMES, lata ot Washington, D. C.
manicuring, magnetic massage, scalp sad
hygienic treatment 1716 Dodge tit
Handle, cart lot 10. block 6. Forest
jsmea r. raiiv ana wire to John
Balax, lot 20. block 4. Hawthorne
Hastings Herden to Fred Ilogrrson,
lot . Williams' place
T. F. Qulnlan and wife to Robert H.
l ouden asd wife, M 4, . block 1.
RESULTS OF A FAILURE
SCHOOL girl to take care of two chil
dren from 8 a .m. to 7 p. m. Apply
Byrdle Trebllcock, 4921 California Street,
Omaha. Daughter of James Trebllcock.
Ninth B Omaha High School. English
Teacher, Mies Butler. Aged 16.
All the people of the village looked up to
the Stowita as leaders in both public and
social affairs. Indeed, they were very
wealthy. And everyone Toved the beautiful
Mary, who In spite of 'her wealth and
beauty was lovable and Kind to all.
Mr. Stowlt's recent failure In business
weighed very heavily upon his mind. Each
day he felt his fortune had drifted fur
ther away from his grasp. When on the
verge of ruin both physically and finan
cially, he was taken seriously 111 and soon
Mrs. Btowit learned all too quickly of her
husband's failure, which he had kept from
her on account of her nervous and delicate
The people of the village were bewildered
when they beheld Mrs. Btowit and her
daughter settled In a little cottage with
all their elegant furniture and servants
' gone". For a few years Mrs. Stowit got
slong very well with the money shs hsd
left from ths sals of the furniture and also
a little earned by doing plain sewing.' All
this time Mary : was kept In school, and
ths many dlfflsultlss with which the poor
woman had to contend were never breathed
to Mary, who knew nothing of her mother's
Under this strain Mrs. Stowlt's health
began to decline rapidly, and when shs
recovered from a brief illness all ot ths
money was gons and shs was too weak to
work. Imagine, then, Mary's surprise when
her mother told her of the state of affairs,
adding that something must be dons.
Mary was in her room discouraged and
crying when suddenly shs heard a little
"newsle" outside yelling loudly. A bright
idea struck her. . Shs had a few coppers
left In her purse and In less time than we
oan tell she had read tho ad in Ths Omsha
Dally Bee wanting a girl to take care of
children. 'The very thing," ahs cried.
The next morning she reported at the
house, where shs found a number of other
' girls waiting for Mrs. Todd, for that was
the woman's name. Mrs. Todd was struck
with ths lovable, sweet fscs of Mary Stowit
and so It was that Mary Stowit secured the
position which was to mean" so much to
both parties. For after shs had worked for
ons week It was lesrned thst Mrs. Todd
was no other than Mrs. Stowlt's only (la
ter, who hsd reoently come over from Eng
' lsnd and who shs had thought dead.
Thus did ths Intervention of a Bee want
ad tide ever matters for a time and, greater
still, bring together lost relatives. As a
' resolt Mary and her mother had again a
beautiful horns and were not forced to
La aavata, July
ua Toiiratna. July m
La Brltasna. July 1
postal Ons-451sss Csbln srvfoo (11 clsss)
$40 to StO alternate Saturday. e
Nsw Ysrh-ie-sesux Servles (one clsss cabin)
oniy osu ana oeu.
O t Vast
H k. Btouras ....
W. H. Hock
O. Ul4iOO ..
. 1401 raraaai Stmt
. 1401 Paraam Slraat
... lit National Baaa
. 1&24 raraam iiraat '
$34 South Uth '
DO YOU THINK YOU CAN WRITE A STORY UKT IT!
IT COSTS NOTHING TO TRY.
NOT MANY DEADLY POISONS
Only Oue Handred and Sixty lassea.
by Scientists as Quickly Fatal )
"There are only about 160 deadly poisons
known to science," said an expert In poison .
lors ths other dsy. "Of these 180 quickly,
fatal drugs, one-third are alkaloids, and
more than a score are complicated anfmal
and vegetable poisons not yet fully class!-
fled. Nearly half of the total number 6f (
known poisons are chemical rarities not
things that ever get Into the, coroners'
reports. Of these 160 kinds of poison, 19
psr cent act directly on the brain or on
the spinal cord, either by bringing on un-
consciousness or by stimulating the mind
to such an extent that delirium follows,
6 per cent affect ths respiration .'and ;
only a Utile more than 4 per cent ths '
heart primarily. Nearly 40 per cent are
Irritant poisons, and the - rest have a
mixed action on ths human Dddy. ' Ar
senic, for example, produces almost ths
ssms symptoms as Asiatic cholera, phos- .
phorus produces Jaundice and strychnine's
effects resemble a case of lockjaw. All '.
thest symptoms, of course, are those thst
precede death when a fatal dose has been
"A good many of these poisons are dan
gerous to manufacturs. 'Mereurlo methlde, .
for Instance, brlnss madness to those who
work too long at making It. A gas rises
from It that Is not Immediately fatal, but
which causes temporary Insanity, which
i.iiv. u. Duur.D. un:iiiiiii mrinin.ni.
"Potassium bichromate is another dan
gerous chemical, and one that la used in
lsrge quantities commercially. Tho work
men who breathe In the dust that rises
from the manufacture of this deadly poi
son finally lose their noses. For that rea
son those who work over this chemical
hsvs their faces protected by respirators. '
Even then the dust Is so fins and Insidious ;
thst they do not escape entirely, and
many suffer from painful affeetlons of tho
skin.' Ths horses thst work about tho'.
factory wheVs this potss'slo bichromate Is
mads on a lsrge seals are mostly lame. '
The dust rets Into their hoofs and causes
tores. Cyanide of potassium looks so much
like sugsr thst the workmen in ths fac
tories where It Is mads keep their mouths,
bandaged to help them resist the tempts- -
tlon to eat soms of It. A pinch of this
poison Is fatal Instantly, as sveryono
knows. It Is used In the separation of
gold from the other metals with wtilch It
Is found In ths earth, snd thousands of
tons of this psrtlcularly deadly poison are
cmpmyea tor mat purpose every year all
over the world.
"Some of these poisons have been known
for ages. Prussle acid, then called the
poison of ths pencil,' was used by ths
Egyptians before the pyramids were built
They were the first to distill the poison
from pesch pits. Corrosive sublimate was
one of the favorite poisons of Charles IX
of France. He offered a large prixs for
anyone who would find sn antldots for It.
I A physlclsn rsme to him ons day to claim
ths rswsrd. The king sent for his cook,
who hsd burned the meat that day, and
mads him tsks a fatal dose of corrosive
subllmsts. Ths antidote was administered
Immediately, but the cook died. nowlOi
standlng. The king had ths doctor taken
out and hanged, so his spirit followed ths
cook's in less than a quarter of aa hour.
-New York Press,
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