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TIFR BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, .TITLY 21, 1900.
CITY rHUI'Kklt rK iALH
itnMM,' civ vnn vivn
PMCES AND TKliMS LIKE
I I'O CAFH-! per month tor beautiful
V-txi lot. Will build bous 't you after
avlug paid a snrall amount on the lot.
ITO CASH f 19 per month for Rood 4 room
; Jayttsge on north sid. '' . .
i K j7j ('ABH l& Pr month "or good B room
TVttage, partly nideru, walking distance,
,100 CAPH H txr month. large 5-room
W) te. bent cundltlon, north 27th St.,
I li&0 CASH-!-") per month, 6-ronm cottage,
. W'tir modern, full lot. do? In, il l 0.
4 .: CASH--W5 per iiionih, 8-room house,
' tejrrlv ttiod-rii. 'Close In, 12, VA.
t':0 CAKH-130 per month. 12-ronm modern
i Siouse, 1.1 block from P. O., 1 2S0.
9 NtAT 5-rutu cot:age, best condition, full
dot, near &rth and Fprague, 11.00, very
I . lii )OU b-rorn cottage, water and newer,
Ti. 27th (.. I1.1W; tmiial terms.
FIVE-ROOM Imu.-e ar.d full Int. city
I 'water, K. Rlveivlew park, tM for quick
EXCEPTIONAL bargain In new large S-
.-room modern cottage, nicely terraced lot,
built for a home, hut must go at once for
U mjO your own terms.
8-room all modern resi
dence, full lot. choice location, near 3;'d
and Davenport. $.l,i,'.0; very easy terms.
The above nre but a few of the large
l number of similar properties, prices and
kttrma are offering for special rule at
'this time. i'iOI at office and let us find
th home you want and on terms within
liUSSELL & McKITUrCK,
I 432 ftamge Hldg. 15th and Harney.
. REAL ESTATE
'FARM AND RAJS til LAUD FOTl 11.19
In the Famous. Greeley District
Known as the largest sugar beet and
potato producing eountry In the Lnlteil
fctates, potatoes average 200 to 404 bu.;
wheat X) hu.; hurley and oats 70 to 100 bu.;
corn, 40 bu.: alfalfa S to 7 tons.
Tils land Is near railroad: pood soil;
food water, surrounded by Improved farms
anil all subject to Irrigation, being under
the new government Irrigation project;
I Trice 112.50 to 115 per ncVe; excursions each
Monday; round trip, 117.00, inoiuittng
IRA L. BRUNK,
1406 Famam St., 2d Floor,
f Omaha, Neb.
t Irrigation the Best Asset
V Routt Co.. Colo., Carey act, ISS.60 acre.
tl.U) yearly 10 years. Beats paying $3 rent.
'Bigger crops. hetter climate. Ask Ripley,
IIS Paxton r.lk., fjmaba NOW,
FOR KAH0 1C0 acre of land In Canada;
' for particulars address J. C. Inglltig, Rud
, dell. Mask., Canada.
Idaho Carey Aot T.ands.
Kow open fur entry and settlement In the
l choicest agricultural seolkin of, the north
The Snake Rivwr Valley, Bouthern Idaho.
State Government Suoervlalun.
. For free information on Irrigated Lands
writ (J. u. Hurtt, Bole, Idaho.
f HebrasUm. '
FOR hAT,E Fin 100-ftcre , farm, good
buildings; flue water and windmill In An-
telope Co. ; prk"e HO Address Owner, Bog
nuyit x, vjearwaier. ivid,
Great Barguin in the "West
I : 800 acres pasture under fence, rolling
' prairie, tnree nines norm or .orin riatte,
I Neb. Almost given away at the price
I aked 14 per acre. Don't writ making
i any lower orier. as It will be thrown
l waste basket. This Is a great sacrifice.
j but I need the money to Invest In Colo-
redo lands near home. Address M. c.
, Harrington, 1(20 19th tit., Denver, Colo.
WAITED Someone who wants to buy a
'homestead: new. little house and good well:
mile from town; price, J.tuO. Writ mo at
i once, uoi iaz wood Lake. Men.
FOR SAI.K-lf you want a farm of lflO
' acres, few Improvements, one-half In cultl
' vatlon, at snap price. Add reus Box 7&1,
, Austin, Neb.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead.
Wead Bldg., 181b, and Faroain.
PAYNE. BOSTWICK CO.. N. Y. Llf
, Private money, $600 to li.OOU; low rat.
FIVE PER CENT 1IONET
to loon on
Omaha Business Property.
Room L New York Life Bldg.
OARVIN BROS..' 818 N. Y. Life. K0 to
j 2t)0.0W on improved property. No delay.
WANTED City loan and warrants. W.
Famam Smith & Co., 1220 Farnam St.
MONEY TO LOAN' Payne Investment Co.
WANTED "Mty loans. Peter Trust Co.
600 TO 85.000 on homes In Omaha. O'Keef
Peal Estat Co., 1001 N. Y. Life. Doug, or
Apply Rooms 417-18 First Nat l Bank Bldg
it -none uougiaa aua.
This Bright Story Won a Prize
VALUE OF BEE "WANT ADS
By Ajiaa Mailer, ' H0.4 tiiu.nel strte
Omaha, Neb. William Maher, father.
Ninth grade. Sacred Heart High actiool.
Mother Jerome, principal. Age, 16 years.
FOR bALli Aleat iimr :.-, only oue in
town of lr; doing good buinea; must
sell at a lots at ono on account of alck
uens. Addresa car Be.
Mr. Jones had been slok (or about six
mouth. II was not abl to tak car of
hla meat market In th town. Th doctor
had told him that a chang of cllmat
' v aa necessary to sav hla Ufa.
They bad tried to sell hi buslneaa, but
alt attampu had failed.
Th family were Just about to leav
town anyway, when a friend aetit Tb
Omaha lie to Mr. Jones.
Mr. Jones turned to th want ad page
and hi doing so cauoed his wife to say,
"John why don't you advertise in The
Bee. You know that 1 th way th Black
gold their home."
Th tesult of this suggestion was th
appearance of th abov ad In th Sunday
Answer cam very fast, and In about
A weok th plac waa sold.
When tb time cam for th Jonas to
mow for th weat they war very happy,
becauB they now could buy another mar
ket tn their new homo.
In thl transaction they again used The
Be ads, and met with th same good
results that thoee ads bring whether tn tb
aat or In th L
This I another proof that Bea ada ar
read every where
CAN yoU "WRITE A STORY
V i . : HAVE
REAL ESTATE LOANS
t,OWrSTRATFi-Hemli. Brandei Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE ItAVR BITTERS for a B room house,
S ror m house and a couple of vacant lot.
NOWATA LA N I AND IX)T COM PAN T,
Suite 24 N. T. Ufa Hid . Omaha.
Phone RedVsW. Openevenlngs.
F. J. PUTCLIFTE. V. 1H5. R. ICS Bee.
BEST price paid for second-hand furni
ture, carpets, clothe and shoes. Tel. Doug.
BKST price paid for Id-hand ttrnlture,
stoves, clothing. Wot. Rosenblatt. Tat,
WANTED TO BORROW
WAXTED-12,000 private money; good se
curity. Answer at once. Address 11 M, care
1600 on first mortgage. Improved 160 aores.
Addrna, J-HS care iiea
WANTED TO hUNT
WE are getting Inquiries for well located
hotise. Must have sola agency, Nowata
Land ai.d Lot. Company, suite 124 N, Y.
I , I f eB 1 rt e .. P h o n eR ed. 1. Oma ha. N e b.
WANTED Position as manager; best of
references. Address, O-170. car Bee.
EXPERIENCED office man In credits,
accounts, cash and freight; 3 years of age;
ten years In present position. References
given. Good reasons for wanting a change.
Address A 1.". care Hee.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS ALL BIDS
submitted for the erection of the eston
county court house at Newcastle, Wyo.,
have been rejected by the Board of County
commissioners of Weston county on ac
count of said bids being too high. The
Board of County Commissioner will receive
sealed proposals again for the erection of
aforesaid building according to revised
plans prepared by C. A. Randall, architect,
of Newcastle, Wyo.. at th county clerk's
office at Newcastle, Wyo., August 4th,
A. 1)., 1W9, at 1 p. m. Plans and specifica
tion will be on file at the county clerk's
office and architect's office at Newcastle,
Wyo., on and after July 15, l0s. All pro
posals shall be accompanied by a certified
check, for an amount equal to 3 per cent
of the bid, made payable to the county
commissions of Weston county, Wyo., as a
guarantee that the contractor will sln
contract to erect said court house accord
ing to plans and specifications for the
amount of his Md. All plans and specifica
tions of court house must be turned Into
the county clerk before proposals will b
opened, or at tlm proposals are opened.
The contractor to whom the contract Is
awarded will be required to give a satis
factory bond of 60 per cent of the amount
of the contract price of erecting said court
house, for the faithful performance
of the contract. It Is the Intention of the
commissioners to award the. contract to the
lowest responalble bidder,, hut th right fo
reject any or all proposals on said court
bouse Is reserved by the mrrimlsslonefs.
, . ., AVW. HOWELL..
' Newcastle Wyo.. July 8, A. D.; 1909.
- , Jy.14-21.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED
proposals for th erection of a syietem of
plumbing end sewerage and a system of
steam heating of the Weston county oourt
house at Newcastle. Wyo.. will be received
by the Board of County Commissioners of
Weston county, Wyoming, at the county
clerk's office on August 4, 1909. at 2 o'clock
p. m., when they will be opened and read.
plans and specifications will be on fllo at
the county clerks office and arohl
tect's office at Newcastle, Wyo.
and after July 15. r.m. All pro
posals shall be accompanied by a
certified check for an amount equal to
8 per cent of th bid, made payable to the
county commissioners or Weston county,
Wyoming, as a guarantee that the con
tractor will sign contract to erect said
(tytern of plumbing and sewerage and sys
tern of steam heating of said court house
according to plans and specification for
the amount or his pid. Ail plans and sped
flcatlons must be turned In to the county
clerk before the proposals will be opened.or
at time proposals are opened. The contrac
tor to whom the contract is awarded will
he required to give a satisfactory bond of
50 per cent of the amount of the contract
price of erecting said system of plumbing
and seweraije and system or steam heating,
ror me launrui periormance or me con
tract. It Is the Intention of the commis
sioners to award the contract to the lowest
responsible bidder, but th right to reject
any or all proposals on said systems is
reserved by th commissioners.
J . W. TIOWET.Tj,
Newcastle,' Wyo., July , 1909,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED
bids will be received by H. A. Allen
secretary, Atkinson, Neb., up to August 2,
1H0. at t p. m., for the erection of a brick
building at Atkinson, Neb., for School Dis
trict No. 21. Holt county, Neb., according
to plans and specifications now on file at
the office of A. H. Dyer Co.. architects,
Fremont, Neb. The right Is reserved to re
ject any and all bids. H. A. Allen. Secre
tary, Atkinson, Neh. JylM7t
NOTICT! TO CONTRACTORS COM
plete plumbing system for school house will
be contracted for July 29, 19.
For plans specification and further In
J. F. DALY. Secy., Wlsner. Neb.
LIKE Till ST PFJtlLAPS YOTT
'NT TRIED. . "' K .
.Sat to at atovkaolaers Meetlag.
To the stockholders of THE MISSOCRI
PACIFIC PA1LWAT COMPANY:
la conformity with the requirements of
the Constitutions and lans of the state of
Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska and th
by-laws of the Company, YOU ARK
HEREBY NOTIFIED that by resolution of
the Hoard of Dliectors of Tbe Misaourl
Pacific Railway Company duly adopted at
a meeting of said Board on th Sth day of
May, A. D., IMt, a meeting of the stock
holder of The Missouri pacific Railway
Company has been railed to be held at tbe
Office of the Company, Koorn 7J Missouri
Pacific Building, in th City of fit. Louis.
In tho Ktate of Missouri, on the sixth day
of August, A. D lisjo. at Dine o clock to tbe
(1) For tbe purpose of considering a Con
tract and Articles of Consolidation .bearing
dat the 2fh day of May. lfus. Tereiofor
made and entered Into by ana on behalf of
The Missouri Pacific Railway Company and
the following named corporations by order
of their reapeotive Boards of Directors:
The Kansa and Colorado t aelfic Rail
way Company, a consolidated corporation
of the biate of Kansas;
The Central Branch Railway Company, a
consolidated corporation of th btat c
The Hooka County Railroad Company, a
corporation of the fnat of Kaa;
Th Nevada and Mlnden Ma.ay Com
pany, a cirporeUun of tb Btat of Mis
Nevada and Mlnden Railway Company of
Kansas, a corporation of U btat o(
Kansas City and Southwestern hallway
Company of Missouri a corporation of in
htm i,f Kl iMM,.,t.. .
Kanas (iiy and Southwestern jvm.,
uinoanv. a turuumioii ol th elate of
The Fort Scotl Central RAtiway ou-
pany, a consolidated corporation
btate of Kansas;
Kanopolis and Kansas Central Railway
Company, a corporation of tn Biai
Th Kansas Southwestern mnw.j
pany. a corporation of tn Stat oi jvaua.
nd . .
Th LeRoy and Caney valley Air iine
Railroad Company, a corporation ( tli
Stat of Kausaa,
(2i ror the Durnoae of voting upon tn
question whether such Contract and Ar
ticles of Consolidation, so made and en
tered Into, shall be ratified, assented to, ap-
uroved and adODted and sucu consuuoauoa
consummated or whethei such Contracv
and Articles of Consolidation shall b re
jected (3) To consider ana ot upon me aaop
Hon of a lesolutlon accepting the piovi
Ions of Article 11 of Chapter 12 of the Re
vised Statutes of the btate of Missouri,
lnHJ and tn authorix th filing thereof.
all aa required by Section numbered lu6 of
such Revised Statutes in the case of con
solldatlon of railway corporations; and
wherebv all or any of said corporation
and The M.ssouri Pacific Ruilway Coinpanv
nave agreed to consolidate in tue whole.
and to consolidate the stock ; the i -spectlv
companies making such consolida
tion, and to form and make under and pur
suant to the law of th States of Missouri,
Kaniias and Nebraska, a new. consolidated
corporation, to be known aa Tb Missouri
'nno Kauway uompany. ov..ing. con
trolling, possessing and bringing under one
management all and singular the lines of
railroad and other properties, real, personal
and mixed, power, rights, privileges, im
munities and franchises, belonging to any
of the companies making sucn consollda
tlon, upon the terms and conditions fixed
and stated by said Contraot aa-d Articles
(4) To take any other action in the pro
mises, and to transact any "'ver business
that may properly com bevure -the meeting.
Such contract ana Articles or consolida
tion will be submitted to the meeting of
the stockholders so called for examination
and ovary tokholder atterAIng will be fur-
Dished w-tth a printed copy thereor, ana at
any vime before such meeting any stook-
hold will be furnished with a printed copy
or such contract and Articles or conso
lidation upon application therefor during
business liours to the Assistant Secretary
of the Company, at tb office of the Com
pany in the city or si. uouia, Missouri.
Dated. May 29th, 1S09.
GEORGE J. GOULD.
President of Th Missouri Paclflo Railway
A. H. CALEF,
Secretary f Th Missouri Paclflo Hallway
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS'
Pettr Nordln and wife to Mathls
Lund, lots 7 and 8, blocn 13, Saun
ders & Himebaugh' Highland Park I 600
E. W. Ounther and wife to Ira K.
, Reynolds, lot 3. Morse & erunner's
F. D. Brown to Leora u. Seara, lot i,
block 11, Patrlok's 2d
Hastings & Heyden to Cora L. Dally,
s- lota 1 and 2. block 1. Monmouth-
Charlotte J. Whitney and husband to
H. E. Johnson, lots U and 19. block
106, Dundee Place 4,100
W. A. Goble and wife to R. F. Wet-
tengel, lot 21, block 3, Clarendon.... 2,000
Atlantic Realty Assn. to Laura E. Al
len, part lots 6 and ti. clock 3.
Kenall's add 1,690
Charles W. Savldge and wife to
Ida M. K ram Die n. lot 3. block 2,
Myrtle A. Walker and wife to Dora
lit. Olsen, trustee, lots 1 and 2, and
g and 9. block 8, Brighton
Dora M. Olsen, trustee, to Myrtle A.
Tresldder, lot 16. block 10. Brlggs PI.
Myrtle A. Walker, trustee to Dora M.
H. A. McAllister and wife to IL D.
Noyes, part nVi se4 and tie'i se4
C. Hhraffl to M. Ternus. part lots 4
and S, block 6, Improvement As. ad. 1
John Ternus and wife to C. Schraffl,
Thomas Breen and wife to John N.
Haskell lot L block 20, Omaha
Luther Hyde and wife to same, lots
2S and 26, Himebaugh & Patterson's
Kittle M. bmitn to Mary II. McKay,
lot 1, block 1, Patrick's 3d Saratoga
Kenwood Realty Co. to Joseph Con
way, lots 242, 843, Kenwood 178
w. T. uraham and wife 10 H. C.
Fox. lot 13, block la. Central Park, 300
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. OF
fice of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C.
Sealed proposals, for letting Districts Nos.
L 1, 4, 6 and 6, in the Crow Indian Reserva
tion, Montana, for grazing purposes, either
under a leaae or by permit, will be received
at th office of the Commissioner of In
dian Affairs, Washington, D. C. until
o'clock p. m., on Monday, August 2. 1909.
and will be Immediately thereafter opened
In th preseuoe 01 sucn Didders as may at
tend. Maps showing the location of the
districts and all necessary liilorination
may be obtained on application to th
superintendent of th Crow Indian School,
Crow Agency, Montana. k. o. VALEN
TINE, Acting Commissioner, JyJ DJOt
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
office of Indian Affairs, Washington,
D. U., July (. iwi. sealed proposals fo
letting District No. L In the Crow Creek
Indian Reservation, South Dakota, far
grazing purposes, either under a lease or
by permit, will be received at the office of
th Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Wash
ington, D. C., until i o'clock p. m., on
Monday, August 8, 1S09. and will be Im
mediately thereafter opened In the prea
ence of such bidders a may attend. Maps
showing the location of th district and
all necessary Information may be obtained
on application to the superintendent of the
Crow Creek Indian School, Crow Creek,
South Dakota. R. Q. Valentin, fotnmis
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
Office of Indian Affair, Washington, D.
C, July 7, Sealed proposals for letting
District No. 1 In th Red Lake Indian Res
ervation, Minnesota, for graalng purpostx,
cith-r under a leas or by permit, will bu
received at th offlc of Commlss oner of
IndUn Affair. Washington, D. C, until
I o'clock p. m on Monday. August 9. 1W.
and will b Immediately thereafter opened
In th presence of such bidder as may ai
tnnj. Map showing th looatlon of the
district and all necessary Information may
be obtained on application to tho superin
tendent of the Red Lake Indian Kchoul,
Hid Lake, Mlnneoota. R, G. V'a'en-ir.e.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
offlc of Indian Affairs, Washington,
D. C, . Sealed propoeals for letting
District No. Z, In tha Cheyenne River In
dian .Reservation, South Dakota, for grai
lng purpose, either under a lease or by
permit will be received at the office of the
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, - Wash
ington, D. C, until t o'clock p. m , on
Monday, August 80, .16. and will be Imme
diately thereafter opened In th presence
or aura oiaawi mm may auena. Mapa'dav ty or. .. v. Downs. Among th
showing the location of th district n.l'fiinda who helped enjoy the d..ct..r's
all necessary Information may be obtained 'prowes a an angler were Captain Moatyn
on application to the Superintendent of the; aid Sergeant t'ook of . th pollc deiart
Cheyenra River Indian school, Cheyenne ; ment, who aie regular visitors at the lak
River Agency, South Dakota, It Q Vai- and good filetid ut Ed Eudar, Ui
autln. Commissioner, Jj ildM I owner.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
offlc t. Indian Affans. Washington
r. C, . Scaled proposals for letting
grailng prl lieges on the Hiackfcet ln ll.tn
Res. r ation, Montana, under the permit
svstem, will he received at the office if
the Commission! r of Indian Affairs. Wash
ing, D. C. until 2 o'clock, p m.. on Mon
day August 1W1. and will be Immed
iately tneresiter openeu iu uiv yiT--ucr?
of such bidders as mny attend. Maps
showing the location of tho reservation
and all necessary Information may be ob
tained on application to the Superintendent
of the Ulackfeet Indian school. Browning,
Mont. R. O. Valentine, commissioner.
OF THE "CLEVELAND"
T ' .uperbly fitted. W
Round the worlII
Fim New York October 18, 11)09; from
San Faoclsco Feb. 6, 1910. nearly four
month, costing only I80O A,u LP, in
eluding all expenses afloat and ashore.
PECIAX rCATuBIs: Madeira, Egypt,
India. Ceylon. Burma, Java, Borneo, Fhll-
lc nines Jaoan. An unuiual eaaao t
visit annsuaily attractive places.
lata Annual wriasi vrwise, n, ii
by North German Lioyd S. S. "Grosser
K'uifuerst, 73 days, Including 24 day
Egypt and Palestine, 400 up.
riAKK O. CLABX. TIMti LOO., If. T.
W. E. Book, 1934 Tarnam St Omaha.
ttXMM THAJf VOV BAYS AT SBA.
Wseaiy BaUtaf Btwa atoauaai, (jwti
Two day on th beautiful Si L wren a
river and the shortest oceaa rout to
"rJolhlnf better on th Atlantic than eur
i.mr.rear. Wlreloas on all steanaera
rirst otaaa, $90 i iscend, 0 eaa !
cabin, . ,
Ask your ticket agent, or writ far aaU
Ir.gs. rales and booklet.
O. B. BKRjAlaXIf, O. A-.
B3S Soatk Olaxk 8h Chioaga.
SAILING JANUARY 20.1910
Costintf only400and upfor 73dayi
Cruist Dipt. White Mrling,NY..erant5
YOUNG MAN HITS HIGH SPOTS
nt Philadelphia, Doctor In Jail
Charged with Beating;
I Just hit th high places," said Julian
Franklin, the 29-year-old son of Dr. Mar
cus . Franklin, a prominent physician of
Young Franklin, was arrested as a result.
He waa charged with defrauding an Inn
keeper, Rome Miller of tha Rome hotel
being the complainant. The punishment
on that charge may Involve a penitentiary
term. It is said that Franklin owed a bill
of 82 at that holstery and was locked up
upon repeatedly .neglecting to pay It. Be
fore being puf In Jail he W8- locked out
of his room as a means of gently persuad
ing him to "come across."'
His remark about hitting the high places
came In answer to a question as to what
he did for a living or as an occupation.
He says both his father and his brother,
Dr. Melvln rFanklln, are prominent In
their profession In Philadelphia, and he
has also studied medicine. .,'
'But having a god time Is my favorite
occupation," he Bays. '
Last night he wired to his brothens'
homes In Philadelphia and Atlantic City
for funds with which to effect-Ms release
from Jail her by paying ,th liotol bill,
which he admitted ha owed. J -
When the money was telegraphed to him
by the brother this morning, be paid his
hotel bill and was released from Jail.
Julian Franklin's father and mother re
cently sailed for a trip abroad. He has been
on his way to Seattle for the last month,
taking In all the big cities on his way.
He says he will continue on out to the
CROSS HOGS, SAYS BREEDER
J. G. Coolln, Iowa Turk Raiser, Bay
III Hog Never Die of Cholera
tow This Reaaon.
"The reason why hog diseases lose the
farmer so much money," says J. (1.
Coulln, a pork raiser fn.m Tabor. Ia.. "is
that the breeders make a specialty of some
one particular breed. By raiding all Poland
Chinas or all Berkshire, they get certain
qualities very highly developed, but they
don't get etock with good general health.
"A pure bred hog can sometimes be
fattened fur market In nine or ten months,
while a cross bred animal may take a year
or more. My experience has been, however,
that although the cross bred hog is slower,
he Is almost certain to get to the market,
and that's more than can be said of the
pure bred ones. By breeding two strains
together, the pork Is of better quality, be
cause It I better matured and Is healthier.
X have never lost a dollar from cholera
when farmers aH about me were seeing
their profit disappear In Illness. If others
would follow my plan of crossing breeds,
there wouldn t be bo much cholera nor
so much trouble with the Inspectors nor
so much sickness among the people who
eat the pork."
O. H. Conrad of Broken Bow and D. II.
(llnea of Norfolk ar registered at tb
C. I Kramer of Bancroft and T. A.
Armstrong of Sv'auta ar registered at th
William W. Whlttaker, assistant to th
general solicitor of the Union Pacific, left
'i ueday for Chicago.
Alvln F. Johnson, republican, has been
advanced as a candidate for countv Judge
in a petition with forty-two signatures.
Jude J. E. Cobbey of Beatrice, candi
date for the republican nomination of su
preme Judge, Is an Omaha visitor. Judge
Cobbey is th compter of Cobbey' re
vised statutes of Nebraska.
Deputy City Comptroller Fred H. Cos
grove has received a telegram announcing
the death at Hm Luis Obispo. Cal., of
his aunt, Mrs. Ellas M. Matthews. Mis.
Matthews was a cousin of ftchuyler Colfax,
former vice president of th United
Dr. J. L. Pnyder, president of the Mich
igan Stae Agricultural college, 1b Inci
dentally visiting, his brother In Coum-il
Bluffs while on his way to the Paolflc
coast tn a vacation trip. Dr. Snyder and
his brother wer looking around Omaha
Charles Logasa, Jr., and Joseph L. Wolf
are home from Elkhart Lake, Ind , where
they attended a meeting of the Independ
ent Order of B'nal B'rlth. Samuel Kata
and Isidore Ziegler, other delegatea from
Omaha to the meeting, will return later
In the week. M . Rati wag elected a mem
ber of th constitution g:nd lodge of the
order, which meets one in five years.
Mark A. Pollock and family of Havana,
Cuba, are visiting his Bister, Mrs. Charles
S. Elgultsr. Mr. Pollock has been Spending
several week with his family in Canada
among th fishing resorts of Lake George,
and they are now on their way back to
Cuba. Mr. Pollock was born In Omana and
is engaged In ektenslv tobaoco Interest
A string cf fin black bass was on of
tb memories of a fifchlrtg trip to Enders'
aae in orown county, Drougnt home Mn-
HANSON CREDITORS ACTIVE
Appoint Committee to Confer with
Cafe Owner as to Business.
HIS WHEREABOUTS YET UNKNOWN
Goes Past in Ktend Credit nn4 Kail
to llrlnrn on Time Ho Re
ceiver Will Re Appointed
for the Present.
Twenty-five- rrcdltors of Tolt Hanson,
held a meeting Tuesday morning and
resolved on concerted action with regard
to their claims n:id the conduct of the
business. It was deierminrd that the new
Hanson cafe shall he kept open and the
business continued as heretofore. No re
ceiver will be applied for.
Mr. Hanson Is somewhere In the east,
presumably. He left Omaha some two
weeks ago, saying he was going to New
York to secure extensions of his credit, and
was to have been back home July 13. Hut
bp to the present his whereabouts Is not
known to his creditors or friends In Omaha,
and steps have been taken by them to lo
cate him. Various rumors have been cir
It Is expected that Mr. Hanson will acree
to the reorganization of the' business on
his return from th east.
The meeting appointed a committee to
deal with him, Its members being F. H.
Davis, vice president of the First National
bank; Fred Pearce cf the Paxtnn-Qallagher
company, and Robert Cowell, manager of
Meeting? la Harmonious.
Th creditors met In the office of Isaac
A. Congdon, In the First National Hank
building, and were In session two hours
behind closed doors. Mr. Hanson was rep
resented by C. E. Herring, his attorney,
and Sidney Swansoii, manager of the cafe
The meeting was A harmonious one and
the proposition that the cafe should be
kept open and run as heretofore waa unan
imously favored. Details of the future
working plans - were discussed, but
withheld from the public. The committee
of three is to work out these further with
Among those who attended th meeting
were C. II. Plckena. C. E. Herring. I. A.
Congdon, F. H. Davis, John L. Kennedy,
Arthur D. Brandcls, Robert Cowell, Sid
ney Swanson, Fred Pearce, Charles R.
Courtney, John H. Harte, W. C. Hullard.
Mr. Herring declared after the meeting
that he had heard from Hanson Monday
and he said that Hanson would be hume
In a few days.
Action by the creditors of Tolf Hanson
had been expected for some days. July 1
Hanson went east to secure financial aid
and It is said failed.
The cafe has been doing a, large business
since it opened last September. It has
been economically run and the present re
organization is made neoessary only be
cause the plant Was overlnvested. Mr
Hanson Invested JIGT'.OOO In the enterprise,
contracted to pay a ground rent of $10,000
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One little girl described Colorado as a place where "it's
winter up on the roof and summer downstairs." But
contrasts aren't all that's wonderful in the Rockies the air
has a tingle and a tang and will take a man whose horse-power has run
down to ten and recharge him up to sixty. Come on out to Colorado and
take an air bath better than a surf bath. It will put more red discs in
your blood and more real ideas in your brain it will hang more wonderful
pictures in the gallery of your memory than any other one spot in the uni
verse. But if you want tb have a pleasant journey from start to finish, make
your vacation start when you start take the
The best way and the way of most comfort, without costing more.
Round trip tickets on sale daily, June 1st to September 30th; from Omaha, $17.50,
Peoria, $26.75; Des Moines, $21.75; Twin Cities, $27.40; final limit October 31, 1909,
Send today for our illustrated book "Under the Turquoise Sky" or our folder "Thro Scenic Colorado and
Yellowstone" Park to the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition" free on request iw
CEO. S. PENTECOST. Dlv, PWi Art.
14th aad Farnam Su Omaha,
"life i$kW3$ "h -
a year for the lot and the building Is t
revert to the realty owner In ten ycai
Of th total Investment. $1.1,10 was for sil
verware and linen.
The creditors assessed themselves In the
sum of $.1,H for the opeiating expenses of
the cafe, which Is now being run on a
cash bals In purchasing. The $3t was
assessed In proportion to the amount of
their claims ag.tlnst the business. Th
money was paid over to Swanson by the
First National batik.
It la known that Hanson had but .HI
with him when he lift the rlty.
A mortsage of $: 0O0 on his residence In
llemis park was executed Monday. It was
given by Mr. Hanson to the First National
Prowler Flees with Six Dollars While
Occupants of House Are
Awakened by a light shining In her eyes.
Mrs. Mildred Taylor, a roomer nt vlrs.
Kmma Cook's rooming house, 1705 Chicago
street, looked Into the glaring light from
a burglar's pocket electric flash lamp.
But she scared the burglar more than he
frightened her. At least he ran and es
caped. William Morris, another roomer at the
Cook house, was the only victim of the
night prowler, due to Mrs. Taylor's awak
ening. He was robbed of $tt, which was
taken from his room while he slept. The
pollc' ar trying to find the burglar,
whose description they have.
FIGHT OVER BRICK KILN
WON BY KRITTENBRINK
Judge Troup tirente Mandnmaa,
Knocking Oat Ordinance
Passed by Council.
The suit of Joseph II. Krlttenbrlnk, brick
manufacturer, brought to covipel the city
to allow him to build a brick kiln within
the city limits, was decided In his favor
by Judge Troup. Ho asked a writ of man-
damus to compel the building inspector to
Issu him a permit and hi attorney, Henry
Murphy, attacked the ordinance on the
ground that It was not valid. The court
held that as the brick factory could not
be proved a nuisance In Itself the action of
the city was a plain denial of very obvlouB
rights. "To refuse to allow a man to build
a brick kiln," said the Judge, "Is as un
reasonable an to refuse him the right to
run a grocery business or a bakery."
Delay in cc:r..i:;ri"..-. treatment for a
slight Irregularity that could have been
cured quickly by Foley's Kidney Remedy
may result In a serious kidney disease.
Foley's Kidney Remedy builds up tha worn
out tissue and strengthens these organs.
Sold by all druggist.
The Bee's Little Want Ad Boosters will
keep your business on the run.
What do you get (or the money you pay as rent?
Merely a shelter you ean't call it a home, nor appreciate it
as 6ueh, because you don't own it yourself.
Thursday, the real estate columns of The Bee will be teeming
with real homo bargains, that can be bought for a little down and
the balance like rent.
Thursday is Home Day.
Just Let the Men
In Out of Rain
Plea of Porters of Dinurzo Saloon,
and They Are Fined Fifty
Dollars and Costs.
Fines of $.V nnd costs were Imposed upon
two 1 olored porters. Jesse tlreen and
tleorge Wright, cf Frank Dlnutso' saloon.
Twelfth and Douglas streets, on
charge of keeping a disorderly house, ami
Fiank McKenna. Seventeenth and Nicholas
streets, was discharged after a bearing
In police court on the charge of selling
ihiuor on riiimlav. Judge Crawford' de
ciding that the evidence did not warrant
a conviction, although he Warned Mc
Kenna. Oreen and Wright. Dlnutto'B porters,
were arrested with twelve other men early
Sunday morning after holding out in the
saloon basement against Six policemen for
four hours. Quantities of beer and beer
bol ties were found there by the officers.
"We Jflet let the men In out of the rain,"
testified the porters. But the Judge de
cided that as the rain fell at 8:80 o'clock,
and the officers did not try to enter the
place until three hours later, the porters
and inmates had something besides the
rain in mind.
t W. Uritt, who appeared for the por
ters, gave notice of an appeal. The cases
of the men arrested as Inmates, had al
ready been disposed of, most of them being
given light fines.
BIRCH BARK FOR STATIONERY
Material that Made Adam Rede Fa
luona feed by Oiuahan I p
on Minnesota Lake.
J. H. Franklin of Baker Bros, and Mrs.
Franklin arj upending bir summer vaca
tion away up In the northern Minnesota
lake country, a country Inhabited chiefly
by Indians and hunters. They write back
to their friends on birch back, which makes
a very good sort of stationary. Mr. Frank
lin says they are catching fish that weigh
five and one-half pounds.
This Is the country that helped make
famous 4he, Pine City humorist, J. Adam
j r4t.ae, hv served thre terms In congress
er(ltn t uuluth district. Bade, though
I a republican now, used to be a democrat,
a such he wja appointed Vnlted States
marshal by Grover Cleveland In Minnesota.
He served out a part of hi term and got
tired of the Job. When he wrote out his
resignation he used a piece of birch bark
and sent the letter directly to the presi
The name "birch-bark statesman" clung
to Bed from that time on, and when he
made his debut as a humorist In th house,
sharing honors w 1th the late Congressman
Cushman of Washington, he was heralded
aa the birch-bark statesman.
Most Wonderful Mealing.
After suffering many years with a sore,
Amos KliSg.' port Bnn, N, Y.. was cured
by Bucklen'a Arnica. ' Salve. 15c Sold by
Beaton Drug Co.