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THE HEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JULY 13. 190!).
fnia Ann hanch land for. sai.r
TiEW DUNDEE BUNGALOWS
t tooma, U modern, hot
water beat,' lot fxll feet, or
, with 100x1)4 feet, 8.Y4S0. Living
room, dining room, kitchen
end two bedroom- and bath, '
1 bedroom and -large sleep
ing porrh, SECOND FIXOR.
fink, and gum wood . flnlnti.
full cemented basement, tiled
vestibule and expensive' fix
' lures. On Capitol Avt., west
of 61at St. nana and sneclfi
. catlona at our office, House
' open for Inaneetlon. -
" ' $3,750 "
I room, all modern, furnace'
. ... heat, oak flnora and dark pine
flnloh, living room, dining
room, kitchen, two bedrooms
and bath, first tinor; two
, t r roomi finished, -second floor. .
South front, corner lot M1X
feet... fflKh, pl"ritjy ..location.
We will ahow this A.6 you.
George & Co., 'lfiOl Farnam St,
POLiI-F.VARD HOt'SK. North I9th St..
8 rooms, modern, onlv , ta.BOO Thomas
. ..iiiniipii.FuiUin EVW IQfK IIK Blag.
West Farnam District
N. 89th St., FrOdms, '4 room and hall
downetalra. 5 bedrooms and bath up. Mod--rn;
terraaed' lpt tVOxllfi; clone to svhools.
Cliurctie .ana oar. TaKMa.' f5,0Cv.
175-77-7 Brandela Bldg-. ' Douglas 2S98.
NEW. brick. SI. . Lou la fiat. . Hanscor
Park nelhhorhoork a bargain. Telephona
owner, narney w. . 1 '
62 ft Close in, $7,000
. B. front- .on. Jftti. . near. Farnam;" Rood
house, room, for flat besides.
Harrison & Morton.
FARM AMD HAt?t t.A.IO
(Continued.) . .
1tah rrav Art Lands.
Now open for entry and settlement-In the
ohoicest agricultural section of th north
Th Bnaka River Valley, Wuthern Idaho.
State Oovernment Supervision,
For 'free InformaHpn on Irrigated Land
writ C. B. llnrtt, oi, laano.
FOR BALE OR LEASK-RancA 8,040
acres, I miles from Swing, Neb. All fenced
and cross fenced; plenty running -tr;
timber for shade and fuel. Wrlta J. II.
Talboy, Ewtng, Neb.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
VE HAVE BCYF.R9 far a t-room hou,
a I room house ahd a couple of vacant Iota.
NOWATA LAND AND IAJT COMPANY.
Puite 824 N. T, Life Bid., Omaha.
Phene Re1. Id. open venlnra
REAL EStATE FOR RENT
HAY LANI FOR RENT.
10 acres tlmothv anil clover In Falracres
on West Podge St. OEOUUE & CO., Tel.
FOR SALE 4W acre of choice) hill Innd,
100 acres now In cultivation and can be 800
acies more broken out in food shape, fair
improvements, only seven miles to town,
good roads; thla la a bargain for some one;
price, 1S per acre, the best of terms Call
or write Jh Mld-Weat Real Batata Co.,
80 ACRE'S In Polk county. Neb., near
Osceola, for sale at 4o per acre; eaay pay
ments. , - ...
160 acree four tnllea south of Dlx. Kim
ball county, Neb., flO per aore; In a good
Swedish settlement; every acre oan be
J. . U. Bone, Owner. 813 Bhugart Blk.,
Council Bluffa, la., Phone, 814. Bell..
FOR 8ALTG By owner, quarter section
good unimproved land near Alliance, Neb.
A bargain If taken within 30 days. Virgil
Smith, Alliance, Neb.
LIST your, tfraaerty with Chris Boyer. 22d
and Cumjng Sia , '13) 808 ,
Swell Home, $7,000
Rome Miller's, on Florence
78 ft:'B. front ground.
Harrison & Morton
For quick return,, list your real estate
for sale and exrhance with me. no Bale,
no pay. W.-W.MHfiell Board of Trade
Bldg , 0nha, NA. .
. ; ;Good 6
Alw-vya on hand and for nnle la amounts
'-1 ii.ii A rww
. . ;BEyoN:; MYE113, , .
,;tli N. 1, LlfVBidg. - ...
HOMESKEKEriS AND LAND
LA TO KB.
I have a number of chotoe tracts of land
In Oregory. Tripp, and Myer counties, So.
rak. I deal in ' nrwly patented Indian
lands, and can furnish clear unincumbered
title for all lands I control.- Wrlta me
for prtcca and descriptions. Office at
Ui-erory, So. Oak. Or K- T Spencer.
A BARGAIN. 42 acres of land in Ly
man Co.. S. O.. ( tntlea of town, raw land,
all good posture, good well and dam, some
timber, land mine rolling. 11 laaen soon
can aell for $11.00 per acre.
LUCAS LAND AUKNCX,
; ' Reliant, 8. D.
WASHtN(tTON? OREGON! CALIFORNIA!
Perhaps you have read a ton or litera
ture ent out by commercial clubs and
roionliatlon aorits'..abottt these great em
pires of the Paelflcn How would you like
to read our nooKiet, ine irutn Aoout
the Pacific Ptates?" It will be worth Its
weight In diamond. " If you Invent or
locate In thene states. Remember, we
have no,thl;og to aell but Information. We
ti.ive r.o pet lefallt'y or town to boont.
Fend 17 ccnta in stamps to Western In
formation Bureau of Eugene, Oregon.
BEST price paid for second-hand furni
ture, carueta. clothes ana ahoea. Tel. Doug.
BEST price paid for 2d -hand furniture.
stoves, clethmg. Wm. Rosenblatt. Tel.
WANTED TO BORROW
curlty. Anawer at once. Addresa H W, cars
CUSTOMERS of prominent lobbing house
In Omaha asks them to secure for them
i loan of $12,000, on gilt edge real estate
curlty. I to I years, good Interest rate
offered. Prefers loan from private sources.
If Interested address F-146. care Bee,
ItOO on 180 acre Improved Colorado land.
Gilt edge aecurlty. Addresa. K9S, Bee
WANTED TO HINT
WH are getting Inquiries for well located
houses. Must have sole agency. Nowata
Land ai.d Lot Company, suite 834 N. T.
Life Bldg. Phone Red. 190. Omana. Neb,
WANTED To rent 4. B or -room house.
cottage or flat; no objection to distance
If In good neighborhood and near car line,
If rent la reasonable; will consider year
lease. Address at once, C 91, care Bee.
820 ACRES well Improved land. Red
River Vaiiqy, Minn. Nothing better on
arih, HOW per -acre. F. J. McMahon,
Endlcott. 8t. Paul, Minn.
THE Quality Press, artistic commercial
printers, have moved from 313 8. 18th to
Ul Harney Sju. Douglaa 664L
WOUTH SIDE QOTTAGfE
Five rooms, with aaa and ' elect rlo llsht,
j.ood tvsII -and olntern; can oonneot with
city water; nice lawn, with shade trees; a
Llook end, .a half from: two oar lines; "isar
cburches and school. Call u up and go
look at It and we will make a price.
- GALLAGHER .& NELSON,
S0 Brandela Bid.," Omaha, Neb.
. . T LEGANT lot. 60x120 feet, southeast
cerner Sdth and Grant Sta.. , Writer for price
and terms to F. H. Kappen, Milwaukee,
Wle. i ' . - -..
FOR QTJICK SALE...., .
,- Wi will after for. thla wevk .only,, a nice
llttlo home of t large rooma, - for only
:1L0u0, Jj:bc Jst,indn. bibaa Tear,
near Oepman home.- Terms - easas, ' '" -
.! - ' ! f ' . .
;' "T.1' H ' DRAKB, "
Tet. Red 53W J ' 51s Brandejs Btdg.
, J AKM A N p RANCH U.1Q roit SALS
Mm hkayi KAina cut down your
profits'? Get -anr Irrigated farm tn ' Routt
county, Colorado. Perpetual water right,
under Cnrey act, $.16 60 acre. Bigger crops,
, better climate. W. . & Ripley, US. Paxton
block, Omaha. . .
CASTLEMAN Printing Co., 1511 Cap. Ave,
PHONK - IND. A-26 for arood printing
Lyngstadt Printing Co,, Wth A Capitol Ave.
TAFFE PTO Co., $07 Boston Store Bldg.
WATERS PRINTINQ CO., 6S3 8. 13th 8U
HOLLAND Printing Co., 117 8. 17th St,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
1100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. 2. W&4.
Tlr. A tlMo lfi'k mrA WArrt rr
PAYNE, BOSTWICft CO., N. T. Life
Private money, swiu to sj.wiow eat.
- FIVE PER CENT MONET
, to .loan . on
, . iOmaha Business Properly.
-.-, ,-r- ii-TUOllAi JilUiNNAU.- .- -.
. Room 1. New York Life' Bldg.
GARVIN. BROS.. IIS N. Y. Life. ISO to
3UQ,tM) on traprovea property. ,m delay.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W
Faraara -fimlth Co I32t Faruain t.'
. MONET TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
WANTEO-Clty loan. Patera Trust Co.
$600 TO $6,000 on homes In Omaha. O Keefs
Real Estate Co., 1001 N. T. Lit. Doug, or
SECOND MORTGAGE loan negotiated.
Apply Rooms 417-U First Nat I Bank Bldg.
eeii rnont iougias fflM.
LOWE8T RATES Bemls, Brandela Bldg.
Third Prize Story
YTJEN DOTTY GOT LOST.
Vema Rlrachbraun, til ' Bouth . Twenty-" '
,f. fourth street, Omaha, Neb. Mrs. Charlea
' Klrsohbraun. Paused to ih A. Central
school. Misa Hobinson, laat teacher.
Agd IS years.
WANTED Competent ehlld'a nurse wltfc "
reference. Wool worth - Ae. v;
"Do you know, John," said five year oil
Dotty Kb her brother, "that I read Ji a
fairy book about a plao where-, iir ,
- crackers grow In th ground." " -'
"Fairy books aren't true," . gald -'John
latlghlng;, and h left th, room. leaving:
Dotty by herself. ,
"I think fairy book are true," said Dotty
to ' herself, "and I am going to try to
find th plao that th book tella about."
NO on but John wa -down ataira and ao
Dotty crept aoftly out th door.
The auee wh,ere thef llvd 'on went
straight on for nilles and mile, and that
was th road that ah wanted to take. Sh
. r went on and on Until ah grew very tired,
and aa. ah oould find no firecrackers and '
"as th aun was going down, ah decided
that ah had, better gd horn. But looking
around, she found that ah did not know
whloh way to go. . . . . -. .
At last, seeing a lady com up th
.atreet, sh thought "that ah wouid ak
her If ah would help her find her way
'" home, '
JBh did so, ' and th lady Yooked very
. mucih surprised, but aha answered; "If
you could teil mo your last nam I might
t able to help you." '
"My name's Dotty Morgan," was th
. answer, "and p'ae tak m right home," '
" "Morgan," aa.d th lady, "why . X an
vwsrd an ad wanting ohild'a nurea, and
th peopl who wanted th nura war
i.amed Morgan." . .....
Ouf nura haa gon away," said Dotty,
"and w war wanting another on; and
,l know ah put an ad In Th B,
' Th lady thought that h would t 1
Ui house where sh had nswrd th ad
and let Potty see If U war hr home, and
sur nough It wag,
Tou may J aur that tDttjr' mother
engaged th lady Potty 'g nurse, and
Dtty liked her Vary anuoh, and a tf It
hadn't been for a Be want ad, Dtty
i nUghf have been lost .for a long1 tima.
Metle f Stookholdera' Meetlaa.
To the stockholders of THE MISSOURI
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY:
In conformity with tlio requirements of
the Constitutions and laws of th states of
Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska and the
by-laws of tiie Company, YOU ARb!
HERhiBY NOTIFIED that by resolution of
the Board of Directors of The Missouri
Pacific Railway Company duly adopted at
a meeting of said Board on the 2Hh day of
May, A. D lvW). a meeting or Uie stock'
holders of The Missouri Pcrific Railway
Company has bean called to be held at the
Office of the Company, Room 70 Missouri
Pacific Building, In the City of Si. Louis,
In th Stale of Misxourl. on the sixth day
of Auguat, A. D. liMM, at nine o'clock In the
(1) For the purpose of considering a Con
tract and Articles of Consolidation bearing
date the 29th day of May, inua. Heretofore
madr and entered into by And on behalf of
The Missouri Pacific Railway Company and
the following named corporations by order
of their respective Hoards of Directors:
ine Kansas and Colorado I'aciiic Hall
way Company, a consolidated . corporation
of the slate of Kansas;
Th Central Branch Railway Company,
consolidated corporation of th Stat Of
Th Rooka County RAllroad Company,
uorooratlon n(. the fctjLta of KJAa;
The NuvmiIa and Minden 'Ma.way Com
pany, a corporation of th Utat of Mis
Nevada and Mlnden Railway Company oi
Kansas, a cornoration of "Jl Utat of
Kuuul Cltv enil Smith western ""allwaV
Company of Missouri, a. corporation of Hie
btate ot Missouri;
Kinui l-liv Hnnthweaiern nauwej
company, a corporation oi in
k'ha Fort Scott Central Railway Com
DAnv. a connoll Jated ooroorauou of - th
Sleta nf Utnasi:
Kanopolta and Kansas Central Railway
Company, a corporation of th Btat o
Th Kansas South wf stern Rail way Com
pany, a corporation of th biate of Kansaa
Th LeRoy and Caney Vatlev Air Line
Railroad Company, a corporation of the
State of Kansas, -
(2) For th purpose of voting upon th
question wnetner sucn contract ana r
tared Into, shall be ratified, assented to, ap
proved and adopted and such consolidation
consummates! or wnethet -' such Contract
and Articles of Consolidation ahall b ref
(3) To'conslder and ot upon the adop
tton of a resolution aobeptlng the 'movie
lona of Article II ot Chapter 11 of the Ke-
ibwi oistinei vi ine )li oi Aiimoun,
mi. and to' authorlx th filing- thereof,
all a required by Bcotlon numbered. 1U6S of
sucn He vised Statutes Jn tbe case oi con
olldation vf railway corporations; an
whereby all or any of said corporation
and The Missouri Pacific Railway Company
nave agreed to consolidate in the whole.
ana to consolidate the -stock ot the
speotlv companies making such consolida
tion, and to form and make under and pur
suant to the laws of the Slates of Missouri,
Kansas and Nebraska, a new. consolidated
corporation, to be known aa Th Missouri
Paolflo Railway Company, owning, con
trolling, possessing and bringing under on
management all and singular the lines of
railroad and other properties, real, peraonai
and mixed, powers, rlghta, privileges. Im
munities and franchises, belonging to any
or trie companies making aucn consolida
tion, upon the terms and conditions flxod
and stated by aald Contraot at Articles
(4) To take any other action In the pre
mises, and to transact any business
that may properly com be-.ure the meeting,
sucn contract and Articles or consolida
tion will be aubmltted to the meeting of
ine BtocKnoinrra so canea ror examination
and vry atooknolder atteneUng will be fu
nlahed with a printed copy thereof, and at
any ime before such meeting any-etock-hold
will be furnished with a printed copy
or aucn contract ana Arncies or conso
lidation upon application . therefor durin
bualnesa hourn to the Assistant Secretary
or tn company, at in oince or tn com
pany In the City or ft Louls, Missouri.
Dated, May rath, 1309.
GEORGE J. GOULD.
President of Th Missouri Pacific Railway
A. H. CALEF.
Secretary ef The Missouri Pacific Rallwa
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Jly 11. 1909,
Deeds filed for record
urnlshed by the Kerr
pany, bonded abstracters, St
ennie 8. Harnes to Amos Weaver,
e'-t of lot 7, bloc k 1. Patrick's add. . $ l,$7S
t. Ta Eg and wire to Minnie c
rianlelpi.il. lot to. block t, Hastings
ft lledvn 2d add 1
X. Will and wife to A. R. John
son, lots 7 and 8, block 3. Hastings
Heyden's add I
tastings A Hoyden to same, same... 1.000
Wtlliam W. Rich r lieu and wife to
John l. Wear, w-4 of lot 11 and e
of lot 12. block 4. Hillside add No. 3. 1
John D. Wear to William W. Riche
lieu, et al.. same 1
Hastings ft Heyden to F. H. Foley, '
lot s, Hastings a rteyacn's Id us
. Streits to Irene W. Law son, lot
10, block 4h7, Grand view 250
William liauermelster and wife to
Aaron Wolf. sti ft., lot 40. Por
ters add 7,000
ntcrurban Land company to C. V.
Thompson, lot 9. block 1, Her add... 750
Georgia K. Merrltt to I. F. Cameron,
lots 2 and 9. block L sub. CI ram -
merry park r 1,200
Dundee Realty company to Mary A.
Zimmerman, lot 18, block SK, Dundee
William H. Russell to Mary M. Peck,
lots Z! and 24. block 17. Halcyon
George W. Masson and wife to Jakub
Pankovsk . n40 ft., lot 10. block 47.
South Omaha 63S
1. Webster to Marie L. Webster.
part lot 19, Hawes' add $,500
. A. Mueller to name M. Mueller.
lot 19, block 4. Albright's annex... 1
Churles L. Thomas to George T.
Morton, A of lot . 4, block 4, Hart
ford place 30
William T. Seaman to Charles L.
Thomas, same t
Peter Jensen, et aU to George T.
Morton, lot 21. block 8. Shrlver
place . 40
ohn H. Burns and wife to same, lot
3, block 4. same 1
Charles L. Thomas to same, lot Z.
block 4, Hartford place 76
C. Tedersen, receiver, to same, lot
21. hlock t. Shrlver place , 40
William W. Keysor and wife to same.
lot i. block z. ana lot 19. block 6.
Charles L. Thomas to eame, same 10
Kenwood Realty company to J. J,
McAllister, lot 245. Kenwood 7B
H. M. KtiHltjng and wife to Florence
Storlt. lots 11. 12. 18. 14, 15. block L
Wilcox add 1 400
Annie G. Riploir to Clara E. Sprlnr-
meyer. lots 7. 8, 9, 10, block 37.
Mary E. Keetle and husband to Marie
K. Bniseau. lot 16. block 6. Sulphur
H. H. Haldrlare to Jennie R. Cunning
ham, lot 6 and w4 of lot 4, block 2,
Baldrik-e heights 240
w. L. Selby and wife to Anna T.
Pease, lota 2S and 27. block 4. W. L.
Relby's 1st 800
Farnh Bloom to O. C. Wagner, part
77th utreet. McOormlek's add 6.000
Charles Turner to Thomas Bntterton,
part lots 11 and 12. block 8. Kountze
ft Ruth's add 2.600
Lucy Hares and husband to same,
part lot 12. same 2.500
Thomas Batterton and wife to 8. Arn-
steln. part lots 11 and 12, same 6,000
Amalta Grossman to E. A. Cudahy,
lot 8. block 108, Omana io.uuO
Robert O. Fink to same, same ...
Amalla Grossman to same. Iota 13 and
14, block 4, Reed's 6th 1
RAILWAY TIME CARD
WOODMEN S TE A PUZZLE
Announced New Building Goei Tip OH
Site of Old.
REAL ESTATE MEN SUSPECT CLUB
fourth street line. While many of them
hav been repaired, th company had to
pres every available car Into service Sun
day to handle 4ts business.
J. C. Root and Other Member of ta
Committee fio to thleaao, Where
Tkey Make Contract for Mot
tmm Old Bnlldlnc
With th 'Woodmen announcing their In
tention of building on their present Bit
and real estate dealers holding out for
th prices they have been asking, th
question of wher the new reventeen story
building Is to go has assumed an even
more uncertain aspect.
J. C. Root, W. A. Fraser and J. B. Flti-
gerald are In Chicago, wher It la an-
rounced they have gone to make a con
tract for the moving of th present build
ing to the property east of Its present
sit at Fifteenth and Howard, M. B.
Maxey haa gon to his Oklahoma home and
of th building copimltte only Sovereign
Clerk J. T. Yates la In Omaha.
"W are willing to pay a reasonable
price," declared Mr. Yates, "but the real
estat men ask far too much for any avail
able Corner. We would even go a little
better than a reasonable figure, but w
can't stand for an outrageous price. It has
been determined to move the old building
and swing It around bo that the present
Fifteenth street front will face south. It
will glv ua 66x133 feet for tha new build
"Moving this building will be th biggest
Job of the sort ever undertaken In Omaha,
but It can probably be done."
Real estate men did not take with great
enthusiasm the announcement. They de
clared with unanimity that they could Be
a big Ethoplan In the woodpile and that
they thought the Woodmen wer trying to
frighten them into lowering their prices.
Times Are Too
Good for Politics
Thtfi Why So Few Men Tile for
Office, Sayi Deputy Clerk
"It's not strange that we have so few
filings this year for county offices," ssld
Frank Dewey, deputy county clerk. "The
time when filings are heavy and every
body Is out after a political Job are when
conditions are bad and men can't get good
commercial positions. This year bualneea
Is good and the men who have satisfactory
positions which they know will b perma
nent and not have to be fought for every
two years and don't have to be acquired nt
th cost of time and great expense are go
ing to hang onto them. They won't give
up on th chance of getting a political
place. Ten years ago, when times were so
bad w had every position In the county
contested for by men of the very best sort.
Now we have trouble to get on filing for
FIFTEEN NEW FARNAM CARS
Trolleys for fee Thla Fall Are- Being;
Ballt In Omaha Shop of
Work la progressing rapidly on th fif
teen new cars the Omaha Council Bluffs
Street Railway company la building In
Omaha for the Farnam street line. Engl
rveeer Noyes report that the car will be
computed for th fall rush at the Ak-Sar-Ben
festivities and for the con ahow. Ten
cars for the same line are being made in
The street railway company had eighty
armatures knocked out of commission by
the storm Monday night, which flooded
th Council Bluffa line and tha Twenty-
SMALL TOWNS OBEY THE LAW
J. L. Witt of If nmhnldt Sara Ilia Cam.
inanity Hoes Not Mind Karly
According to J. L. Witt of Humboldt the
small towns of the state are obeying tha
S o'clock closing law to the letter and are
not finding It much of a hardship.
"In Humboldt we have two saloons and
they both close promptly at 8. There are
no kicks against the earljt closing law in
our town and most of the people believe It
Is a good thing. I have been around to
several other towns in the state and In all
of them the, new law Is being enforced
without any great effort on the part of
th city officials."
Army Stuck in
Thirteenth Infantry Jlai Sweet Tima
Marching; from Leavenworth
The first baflallon of lh Thlrtoth
I'nlied States Infantry, enroute from Fort
Iavenworth to the Missouri National
Uuarda encampment at Nevada. Wo , on a
marching hlfce, Is In th condition ot th
French army At Flamleroatuck- -In th
mud and la further Imitating th Flanders
episode of a hundred or rnor years 'ago
by doing some tall and lofty sussing. '
The march of th Thirteenth was a nota
ble on from Leavenworth td Butler, Mo.
It rained every day and then' rained torn
more. The roads gradually becam next
to Impassable until Butler waa reached
Saturday, and then high water Intervened
with, more mud, and the regiment Tiad to
stop and scrape the mud off. The com
mand was completely worn out y th
heavy march and the rest of the trip to
Nevada, Mo., will be made by rail.
In the meanwhile the tournament fea
ture of the encampment are awaiting .th
arrival of the Thirteenth Infantry, ,whlch
will leave Butler tomorrow for Nevada. .
TEN BANKS CLEARING HERE
This Will Be the Number When Cora
ISxchasat and City National
The Corn Exchange bkpk has made ap
plication for admlsMor. Into the Omaha
Clearing House association, but no meet
ing of the board of directors of the asso
ciation hag been had to act on the matter.
It la expected the City National bank will
apply tor admission In a short time and
these with the Omaha and South Omaha
banks, will make ten banks clearing their
business through the clearing hour.
FATHER MUST MOVE FOR BOY
Brlnalna- I'p Tils Children Too Koar
tbe HedllKhta to Bait tho
Frank Hodak, 7 years of age, wa taken
before Judge Kennedy, who took Judge
EstelhJ's place on the Juvenile bench, for
running off with a butcher's horse. Robert
Rule, an 8-year-old boy, who aoted aa his
accomplice, was tn ought up and promised
to be good a week ago, but Frank, who
avoids publicity, had escaped the otfloers
thus far. Ills parents, who are Auatrlans,
live In an abandoned crib on lower Ninth
street, and the child la being brought up
within a block of the rod light district
In a three-room house, where hla mother
oares for ten rooms. His father and the
roomers are laborers In tha smelter. The
boy was released and hla father was ad
vised by the court to find a new residence
for the sake of the boy. '
i Low Excursion Hates to Seattle Dally
Via the Northwestern Line.-.
Splendid train rervto via St. Paul and
Minneapolis, through a country of the most
magnificent and historic Interests, Liberal
return limits and stop-over privileges.
Choice of routes. Ticket office: 1401-1403
The Bee's Little Want Ad Boosters will
keep your business on th run. '
a 7:06 am
a 8:28 pm
a 8:80 am
UNION STATION 10TI1 AND MASOX i
CKlcacro A Northwestern
' Leave. Arrive.
Omaha-Chicago Spe'l...a 6:02 pm a 7:40 am
Colorado-Chicago .....'..a 6:20 pm a 8:28 pm
Pacific Coast-OhlcRRo. .a 6:05 pm a 8:28 pm
Chicago Daylight Sne'l.a 7:40 am aU:36 pm
Omaha-Chicago Local.. al2:0fi am all:$5 pm
Loa A ngelea-Portland
Limited ,...a 9:10 pm 1Z:S5 pm
Overland Limited. ....... all.M pm a 7:15 am
Fast Mall a 9:04 am
Fast-Local, Cedar ,,
Rapids-Omaha a 3:85 pm
Omaha-Carroll Local.. .a 3:45 pm a 9:80 am
NORTHWESTERN LINE NORTH.
Twin City and LUHa
Daylight ...a 7:45 am al0;S0 pm
Minnesota and Dakoa.a 7.00 pm
Twin City Limited J J... va 9:00 em
Sioux City Local.... ila 3:46 pm
Omaha Mlnnesota-Sloux City;
NORTHWESTERN LINE WEST.
Norfolk-Boneateel ......a 7:50 am al0:30 pm
Lincoln-Long Pin .v.. a 7:60 am all:00 am
Norfolk-South Platte... b 2.15 pm 6:20 pm
Hastings-Superior b 3:16 pm b 6:20 pm
Dead wood Hot Springs a 8:66 pm a 6:20 pm
Casper-Lander a 3:66 pm a 11:00 am
Fremont-Albion ......... b 6:30 pm b l:3o pm
Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Pant
Chicago and Colo. Speo a 7:36 am all:40 pm
Cal. and Oregon Ex. ...a 4:00 pm a 8:26 pm
Overland Limited ....... all 48 pm a 7:16 am
Perry Local b 6:13 pm b 11:66 aui
Chicago, Hock. Island A Paolfle
Rocky Mountain Ltd. ..a 8:10 am all:06 pm
Iowa Local ; a 6:40 am a 4:80 pre
The Mountaineer a 1AJ am a 2:66 anu
Des Moines Local a 4:00 pm al2:30 pn
Iowa lAcal bl0:36 am b9:66pu.,
Clilcago-Eantem Ex. J. ..a 4:40 pm al.10 p:..'
Chicago-Nebraska Ltd. a 6:08 pm a 8:06 au.i
The Mountaineer...- a 3:00 am a 7:36 aa.
(for Lincoln) a 8:30 am a 6:47 ptt'
Colo, and Cal. Ex... ...a 1:20 pin a 4:80 p-!
Okla. and Texas h)x...'.a 4:40 pm a 1:U0 p.:
Rocky Mountain Ltd. .all. 12 pia I l:lti ta.
Illinois Central i
Chicago Express ........a 7:15 am
Chicago Limited a(:U0pm
Minn. -St. Paul Exp b 7:16 am
Minn. -St. Paul Ltd a 6:00 pm
Omaha-Ft. Dodge Local. b 4:16 pm
a 8:48 pn.
a 7:1 ;i.
..a 7:30 am
..a 8:60 pm
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, OF-
fice of Indian Allalrs,- w aHlunttou, D. C.
Sealed proposals, for letting Districts Nos.
i, t, 4, 6 and 6, In the Crow Indian Reserva
tion, Montana, for gracing purposes, either
under a leas or by permit, will be received
at th office of the Commissioner of In
dian Atfalra, Waahingion, D. C, until 3
o'olock p. m., on Monday, August 3, 1909,
and will be Immediately thereafter opened
In th presence of such blddeia aa may at
tend. Maps ahowing the location of th
districts and all . necessary information
may be obtained en application to the
superintendent ot the. Crow Indian School,
Crow Agency, Montana. Rl G. VALEN
TINE, Acting Commlbsloner. - Jy3 Ojot
OFFlChi CONSTRUCTING QUAKTER
lui mauler, Fort Leavenworth, Kanaaa,
June 16, U09. Sealed proposals, In tripli
cate, will be raveivoU here unUi 11 a. m..
central time, July 14, 1909, and then
opened, for furnishli.g and delivering in
good condition f. o. b. cars, freight prepaid,
2.U7 cubic yards ballast for U. U. railway
terminals at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
Full Information and blank forms ot pro
posal furnished on application to tins of
fice, wher specifications may be seen.
United Stale reserves the right to aocept
or reject any or all proposals or any part
thereof. Envelopes uliouid b endorsed
"Proposals for liallam ' and addreaaed to
Captain Win. D. Davis, Wuurtei master.
HAVE TOU TRIED TO ItlTK A STORX FQR THIS
-; , e . ; COLUMN! . . " ; - -.
OFFICE OF THE CO.NS'l KL'CTINO
Quartermaster, Fort Omaha, Nebraska.
Juiy , 1909. Sealed proposals. In iripucate,
subject to the usual conditions, will be
received at this office until 11 o'clock a.
m., central standard time, July Ju, 1909,
and then opened In public, for the con
struction of eav troughs and downspout
dralna around balloon hous at Fort
Omaha, Nebraska. Full Information fur
nished on application. U. S. reserves the
right to reject any or all bids. Envelopes
containing proposal to be marked "pro
posals for Downspout Drains" and ad
dressed to Captain Oerg o. Oibba, Con
structing quarter master. Fort Omaha, Ne
a 6:00 pu.
a 9:20 a..
a l:ut p..
a 8:60 V
a 6:46 pi.
a 6:46 p.i.
a 4:46 p:
Atlantic Kx prexa
Oregon Express a 4:10 pm
Los Angeles Limited. .. .al2:66 pm
Pant Mail a 7:20 am
China and Japan Mall. ..a 4:00 pm
North Platte Drcal a 8:16 am
Colo. Chicago Special., ;.al2:10 am a 7:06 a...
ileatrice at ptromsourg
Local ..bl2 :40 pm b 1:40 pr.
Valley Local (motor via
Lan Cut-Off) ...... ..al0:00 am a 2:46 p:
Valley Local (motor). ...a 6:30 pro a 9:00 a
Hastings-Superior ....... b 2:U pm bi:2vp:.
'Local passengers not carried on traUifc
Nos. 1 and 2.
K. C. and St. L. Ex a 9:00 am a 7:00 sir
K O. and St. L. Fx all:15 pm li'Hptn
Chicago Great .Western
St. Paul-Mlnneapolla..... 8:30 pm 8:18 am
St. Paul-Minneapolis 7:30 am 8:20 p
Chicago Limited ......... (:10 pm l:lii-
St. Louis Ex..k...
Si. Louis Local
.a 6:30 pm
a 8:00 am
, b 6:00 pm bl0:la...
a 1:25 a.
BIKLINGTON (TA. IOTH A MAMO.N
to the Eastern Res
A new feature in Ec stern sum
mer travel inaugurated by the
New York Central Lines
From the Great Lakes to the sea the Playgrounds of America there are scores
of vacation spots where every sport and pleasure possible to think of can be en
joyed to the folL To giro everyone the opportunity to visit theso resorts this year
the extraordinarily low fares have been made of
60 from Omaha to Boston and Return
rr cu- Lake shore or Michigan Central
20 from Omaha to New York and Return
8Tr LAKE SHORE
85 from Omaha to New York '.id Return
MICHIGAN CENTRAL -
Amy Route to Chicago
'and then via
Oorraspondlntlr low fares to th Thousand Islands, AdlroDdsoks, Whits and Oreen moontarns,
Saratoga Springs, Lak Georf and Lk Champ lain, Montreal and Canadian and Main point.,
Thee tickets arc food on all trains from Chicago (except Twentieth Century Limited, and are
available for passage on the famoys "Lake Shore Limited," Michigan Central Limited," "Wol
Yrle," and all other trains, under usual conditions governing limited train service. There's a
train from Chicago every two hours Yia Lake Shore and seven dally trans via Michigan-Central.
Both routes are via shores of the Oreat Lakes, Niagara Falls, v Mohawk and Hudson River valleys
to New York, the Berkshire Hills, Instead of Hudson River, to Boston oool, scenlo, water-level
Insuring pleasant riding by day and certain sleep at night. All trains via New Tork Central
Lines arrive at Orand Central Station New Tork's only railroad terminal In the heart of hotel,
theater and business dlatrlot Subway nnder same roof Brooklyn 15 minutes, without ohange
few minutes to Long Island resorts. Trains to Boston arrive at South Terminal Station.
XJbrl stop-orer prtvfloges at Niagara Falls and other points, and option of lake trip from Do.
Croat or Cleveland to Buffalo, and Hudson River Steamer Albany ta York, without extra charge.
or time tables,
Warren J. Lynch,
Faastager Traffie M snr 1
La Sails Street Itettse
..a 4:10 pm a 3:46 pm
..a 4:10 pm a 1:10 pm
..a 4:10 pm a 8:10 pm
..all.M pm a 7.06 am
..a 3 20 am a 4.10 pm
,.b 1:20 pm-al2:lfi pm
..a 1:18 am a 8:10 pm
OFFICE CONSTRL'CTINO J U A HT Kil
ter master, Fuxt Maokensl, , Wyoming,
July 8, 1. Sealed proposal. In triplicate,
will b rolv4 at this office until IV a .m.
(mountain time), Auguat 4. 18un, for .Inlng
concrete reaervolr near Fort Mockeule,
Wyoming, flans aad specifications may
be obtained at offlees cuief quartermaster
Omaha and 1'enver ana at th's office, at
which latter plaoe all Information may b
obtained. L'nlisd State reserve the right
to aocept or reject any or all proposals.
Proposals should be enclosed In sealed en
velopes marked "Proposals for Lining
Reservoir," addreased Capt. E. S. Walton,
lmh Inf., Coutrucnng Quartermaster. -JyS
lO U U-A3-3
..a 7:28 pm
,.b 3.05 pm
Denver and California.
Puget Sound Ex
Lincoln Faxt Mall
&L..uii -r-i'lai tbnioutn
Flatlsmouth-Io a ,i a 8:18 am
Colorado Limited. ........ all:S pm
Chicago Ltd ,...7:H5 m
Chicago Ex a 4.20 pm
Chicaao Flyer a au pm
Iowa Local a 3:16 am all :30 am
St. LouU Ex.. ....a 4:40 pm all ) am
Kanaaa City and St. Jo alO:4R pm a 8:48 am
Kansas City and St. Jo. a I:1S am a 8:10 pm
Kansas City and St. Jo. a 4:40 pm
a 7:50 i,m
blO M am
a 8:&o am
a 2 0 pm
a 7:5 am
all :3s pm
l lo pin
a 3:00 am
-1BTH A WEDSTRR
8t. Pnnl, Minneapolis A
...b 2:00 pm
bll -48 am
e 8:20 pm
b 3:20 pm
Sioux City Exprees
Sioux City Passenger
Twin City Pasngr...b 8:80 am
Sioux City Local .0 I am
Emerson Local b 1.86 pm b 1:10 am
Auburn Local.....'. b 3 G0 pm bll 80 arn
b Dally except Sunday, o Sun
4 Laiiy except Saturday.
The Meaning of Home
will never impress itself so strong on you until you are in a home
of your own then you realize what home means.
Thursday the real estate dealers are advertising a number of
homes at reasonable prices that can be bought on easy terms.
Look over the real estate columns carefully Thursday and
select something that looks good to you see the dealer immedi
ately it may be sold tomorrow or the next day.
Thursday Is "Home Day."