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TUT, BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY.. AUGUST 4. 1903.
"" REAL ESTATE
CITY PHUPEKTI FOR SALE
CITT PROPKRTT POR IAIB.
Take This for
t- a r r
Sv I "Si II I
Plre-rpom outrage, water In yard, eleven j lath room, oak finish. clothes shute. out
blorka west of potnfflee. one block from I tide screened sleeping roum. also screened
Farnem S-r rah. halanc runs three in dining mom. finely constructed, de
year at ( per cent. Urably located In fmt-clnss neighborhood.
( ,'KEKFKRKAL ESTATE CO.. ' 10 '"" re.r.bie.
11 N. T. Life. Douglas or A-U'i
SEVEN KtMjM mortem house, near
Twenty-sixth nd Decatur. Will accept
nd Decatur. Will accept
first payment Balance by
vacant lot aa
P O NIELSEN at CO .
703 .V. T. Life Bldg. Both Phones.
TWO choice lota at Mth and f-ne Ave.
for aale by owner. Mrs. A. K. McCandlcss.
.To Be Removed
1SJ4-1M Famam St.. two laree frame
hou.. Iff excellent repair Sealed bid re
ceived up to Auu.t 1.. 109-
The Byron Reed Co.
rhones: Dmg. '7; A 3V'i4.
212 B Hth st. '
ROOM 'modern houke at 2i"9 Seward st
'A good tiome. Lot tp0xl27 feet.
Bargain trr a -new. modern, six-room
house, veil located In Dundee district; can
b sold on reasonable terms, a bar gall
and an tractive property for some one
not wanting larger l.cuse.
Benson & Carmichael
S4J TSxte-n Block.
EIGHT ROOM BUNGALOW Oak finish,
hot water heal,. large grounds. On Flor
ence boulevard.. Price 17, M and cheap at
P. O. NIELSEN' A CO.,
70 PL Y. Life Bldg. Both Phones.
One. block from car Une. Less than half
the coot to build house.
Full -Lot,' Easy Terms
NOWATA I.ANP LOT CO.
Suite f'4 N. T. Life Bldg..
I hone. ltf. 1. .' . Omaha,
We offer 1W feet, north front, on Jack
son street; U0 feet, eaat front on Sev
enteenth avenue, and 110 feet, west front.
on .Eighteenth atreet. at $300 per foot for
the Jackson street frontage.
Thla ground la partially Improved, hav
ing 1hre houses fronting west on
Eighteenth atreet and some grading has
already bfin done preparatory to building
an apartment house on Jackson street.
The. property lies only one block west of
the new location of the Woodmen of the
World building, and as we secured an
option tipon this' property before the
Woodmen of the World decided upon a
location. e ere prepared to give a very
low price on the property, hence we place
It at onty-SAV per front foot. We could
probably arrange to divide the property.
A. P.TUKEY & SON
444 Board ot Trade Bldg.
. . .'Plume, Douglns 2181.
P.uJauce niun'.hiy. for a prac
licaj;' lieu. 10-iuooi sliictly
modern home, i c p1 ion illy
well built, laice reception hall
and IKIr.g r.jom. finished In
selected guaettr s.im d white
oak..diniitf roou hnd Jen flvt
tloor and five laie bel rooms
second floor, fil lulled in bitch:
Inst ot plumOmji f'jli haFe
nient.' hot waur liet. sightly,
lot WOxlSJ feet, alfi.-ding an
VMennKe View of the sur
rounding country. Trice. $7,750.
George & Co., 1601 Farnam St.
JUST A MINUTE"
Please take time to notice a real bar
gain In a home; ( rooms, all modern in
every way,' on a tine, paved street, close
to the new university site, lot 40X147S.
house la biand new, never been occupied
Will consider $3.2i0 for a quick sale. If
Interftted call up owner, Doug, ltkj; even
ing. Webster 4W1
. J. W. RASP CO.
fJH-H Brandeis Bldg. Doug. 1SD3 A-20&1
NEW S-room. on and one-half gtory
house, city ier. 5307 North Zllh Ave.. Just
noiih of Forr street and three blocks sast
of Fori Qmaia. l.o0; only $100 down and
monthly payment thereafter, same aa rent.
Key second door north. Bemis, Brandeis
Bid. . .
For This Story
Charlotte Kaufman, lift Pouth Fifteenth
Street. Omaha, Neb., aged 13 yeare;
Seventh grade. Comenlus school; M. J.
Kaufman father: Miss Mullen teacher.
FOR SALli A l a" bargVin740 acrea near
Harrtaburg, Banner county. Nebraska,
practically all level.
Mr. Smith had always wanted to buy a
farm, but could get none to suit his wife,
wbe was very particular.
One day while looking through the
Omaha Dally Be. Mrs. Smith came acroas
the above ad, and calling her husband by
phone, told him about It and asked him to
look It up.
He did so and found that the land, which
was well cultivated, contained a large fruit
orchard besides quite a bit of gardening
and a seven-room house.
They decided to buy the farm and went
to South Dakota and found It was Just
what they wanted, and could get It at a
Mr. Smith Inquired why he wanted to sell
such a nice faram and why he advertised
tn the Omaha Dally Bee.
He told them he Intended to go In busi
ness for himself and that so many of his
neighbors had advertised with good results
that be thought he would do the same.
He found It paid to advertise In the
On iaka Dally Bee.
DOT0U TTTTNK YOU CAN
; THIS! IT COSTS
A very attractive, new. e'l nn, t x
room house, las sll mod fixtures, the
s 1 1
BenSOn & L2XmZXMZ
(42 I axton Block.
SEVEN rooms, brand new, modern ex
cept heat; larglv corner lot. near 4.lh and
Davenport Ms. Price. $2.7:0. Small pay
ment do n. balance like rent.
1'. O. NIELSEN' & CO..
T03 N. T. Life Bldg. Both Phones.
On a earn investment of $10..'.OO. balance
Per cent; 6 flats on ciose In corner Owner
might consider a good farm clear for
first pavmer.t. . 1 tflby, 4b U. of 1 .
Bldg. W )
i acres IK SOU. $400 cash.
Balance easv monthly payments. Loca
tion Ideal; only 1 mile from Benson, close
to pared road and In a rapidly (fevHoeir.g
i'AYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
LIST yuur property with Chits Boyer. td
and Curing 8ta ( SOS
NINE-ROOM all modem hoase. In ex
cellent condition; corner lot. ixH4: streets
paved, all specials paid. If you are looking
for a fine horrw do not fail to see this one.
Located In the bst residence district 'n
P. O. NIELSEN & CO..
70S N. T. LlfeBldg. Both Phones.
13 NET TO YOU
One of the best close rental properties
In Omaha; 15 OuO cash, balance 5 per cent.
Don't miss It
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO,.
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg .
Ihone Red 19J. OMAHA, NEB"
For quick returns. Hat yoilr real estate
for sale and exchange with me, no sale,
no pay. W. W. Mitchell, board of Trade
Bldg . Omaha. Neb.
OWNER SAYS SELL
his new all modern 7-room house at 2261
N. 13th St.. only 2 years old, good furnace,
full ba.-ement with launary, rooms all
newly papered, house nearly like new.
Price has been reduced for Quick eale to
l.t.150 Sure a cheap home considering the
J. W. RASP CO.
689-91 Brandeis Bldg. Doug. 16T4 A-3653.
BOULEVARD HOCSL. rt4 Norm lth St..
I rooms modern, only S2.S0S. Thomas
Brennan. Room 1 New York Life Blag.
FARM AXD RANCH LA5D rOk 9AI.B
GOOD LAND CHEAP.
1m acres In Kimball county. Neb., Tour
miles ninth of Dix; every acre can be cult!
vated; $10 per acre.
J. O BONE, 312 Shugart. Blk.
Phone 14 Bell., Council Bluffs. Ia.
Idaho Carey Act Lands.
Now open for entry In the choicest
agricultural section ot the northwest.
The Snake River Valley, Southern Idaho.
State Government Supervision.
For free Information on Irrigated Lands
write u. a. Hunt. Boise. leho.
FOR SALE Some fine farms. SO to 320
acren, In southeast Kansas; good soil; fair
Improvements; plenty water; at low price
and op reasonable terma. Long Bros., Fre
ACRES well Improved land. Red
River Valley Minnesota. Nothing better
on earth. $43 00 per acre. PY J. McMahon,
Endicott. St. Paul. Minn.
3C0-ACRE bottom farm In Barton coun
ty. Mo.; fine Improvements; here Is a bar
gain; pric- $.M1 per tcr'f-on "eav terms. In
vestors Really Co. Aurora, Mo.
GOOD New Mexico lands. $2 to $:0 per
acre, In tracts of 4 000 to 300.000 acres.
Water for irrigation. Raise all kinds of
grain and fruit. Also Irrigated farms in
Colorado, and safe money-makrng irriga
tion projects The Hagadorn Ineestment
Company, Kl Tremont St., Denver. Colo.
SOUTH Dakota farm, ranch, mineral and
timber land for sale or trade. LM acres
part Irrigated farm, fine Improvements, ons
mile eat of Rapid City In Rapid River
valley for sale or trade. Bargain. .Tell us
fully what you wish to buy. sell or trade.
Come west; make money tn land. Rep
resentatives wanted, farmers preferred.
Farrar ac Jepsen. Rapid City. . S. D.
WRITE AS GOOD A STORY AS
NOTHING TO TRY.
FARM AM) HOill LADS.
$2.r0 PER ACRE
Four aectlons graxing land. 14 miles
north of Hershev. on V. P. R R., In Lin
coln county, Nebraska; 9 miles north of
Platte river 2 50 per acre
V. L. SELBY.
4 Board of Trada Bldg
CHEAP NEBRASKA LAND.
We can offer l.suO acres, about eighteen
miles w est of Daltnn. Neb . nearly 1
acres in Laurence Fork Creek valley. Fine
water at 15 to 45 feet, good soil for IT an
HICKS REAL ESTATE CO. Omaha.
20 Acres Nicely Improved
One-fourth mile east of Brandets country
home; new. 3-room house and barn; 4
acres fine fruit; l. apple trees; 100 black
berries and laspoerrtes: 300 grapes and
good patch of strawberries, macadam
road nearly to premises.
Linahan Realty Co.. 332 N. Y. L.
Phone rongla W4
REAL ESTATE LOANS
ll to l;.0PO made promptly. F. D. WeadL
Weed Bidg.. ls'.h and Famam.
1600 TO K.0OO an homes In Omaba. O'Keefe
Real Estate Co.. 1001 N. T. Life. Doug, or
FI-E PER CENT MONET
to lo.-.n on
Omaha ii:slries Property.
Room 1. New Vork Life Rldg.
PPlt. ne.ota r.tt i!i a mnnav mrfMtf.
and w.ntracts bounht Antelope Invest-
ment Company, Old Boston Store bldg.
MONET TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
OARVIN BROS . SIS N. T. Life, $S0 te i
S2O0.00II on Improved property. Ne delay.
WANTED Oty loans and warrants. W. i
Farnam Smith Co.. Uit Farnam BL I
WANTED-City Inana. Peters Trust Co.
PAYNE. BOSTWICK A CO.. N. T. Life I
Private money, $T00 to $S 000; low rate. j
SECOND MORTGAGE loans negotiated,
Apply Rooms 417-11 First Nat l Bank bldg. I
Bell Phone Douglas Sail.
LOWEST RATES Bemls. Brandeis Bldg.
BEST price paid for seoond-haad furml
ture. carpets elet-ea aaa shoe- lei. Dot-g.
BEST price paid for 2d-hand furniture. !
othlrig. W.Rosenblatt. Tel. D. 6401.
HIGHEST prices paid for Insurance poll-
es In old line icmpanles The Putnam !
M)4 Mew tork Life.
V A VTm T1 Dl'V 4 w.- i . u. i
moving distance of Fortieth and Dodge
- - .... m.. - A " Uttl IS Mlllllll
apply a, 4aa Dodge st., after t p. m.
BALTIMORE 2d-hand store cava heat
price 2d-hand furniture, clothes, etc. D. 42u6.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED An excellent room, with
bath, for single gentleman; stale whether
house, apartment or private family. Ad
dress B 2uu, rare Bee.
WANTED Three or four room modern
cottage nice neighborhood near car. Good
references. Address H-Ul, care Bee.
JAPANESE boy wants a position at gen
eral housework or porter. Address 411 N.
P3th St., So. Omaha. Tel. South HIS.
WANTED Situation, by young man of
23; good habits: am employed but wish to
change. Would like a place In general
store. Am willing worker; speak low Ger
man; can play band Instrument. Address
L box 342. Sioux Center, Ia.
BOOKKEEPER Competent man desires
Ijv.iuivii. E.Ari iruLm in v.iiuiepaie iinrv;
capable of filling position as bookkeeper
or cashier; good references. Address Y-J63,
care Omaha Bee
position. Experienced In wholesale Itnea
SHOE SALESMAN AND CARD WRITER
Young man desires position. General
merchandise preferred. Both wholesale and
retail experience. References given. Ad
dress box 715, David City. Neb.
Quick Action for Your Money You get
that by using The Bee advertising columns.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
office of Indian Affairs, Washtngtun,
D. C, July 7, 1X41. Sealed proposals for
letting District No. L In the Crow Creek
Indian Reservation, South Dakota, tor
grazing purposes, either under a lease or
by permit, will be received at the office of
the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Wash
ington, D. C. until 2 o'clock p. m., on
Monday. August , 1909, and will be Im
mediately thereafter opened In the pres
ence of such bidders as may attend. Maps
showing the location ot th district and
ail necessary Information may be obtained
on application to the superintendent of the
Crow Creek Indian School, Crow Creek.
South Dakota. R. G. Valentine, Commis
DEPARTMENT OF THE) INTERIOR,
office of Indian Affaire. Washington,
D. C Sealed proposals for letting
District No. I. In the Cheyenne River In
dian Reservation. South Dakota, for grill
ing purposes, either under a lease or by
permit, will be received at the office of the
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Wash
ington. D. C, until 2 o'clock p. m., on
Monday, August 30, 190S, and will be Imme
diately thereafter opened In the presence
of such bidders as may attend. Maps
showing the location of the districts and
ad necessary Information may be obtained
,.n annlication to the SuDerlntendent of thi
Cheyenne River Indian school, Cheyenne j
River Agency, souin uaaoia. n. u. val
entine. Commissioner. JyZldJOt
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
office of Indian Affairs, Waahlngton.
D. C. . Sealed proposals for letting
graxing privileges on the Blackfeet Indian
Reservation. Montana, under the permit
system, will be received at . the office of
the Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Wash
ing. D. C, until 1 o'clock, p. m.. on Mon
day. August SO. SCb. and will be Immed
iately thereafter opened In the presence
of such bidders as may attend. Maps
showing the location of the reservation
and all necessary Information may be ob
tained on application to the Superintendent
of the Plackfeet Indian school. Browning,
Mont. 1- u. valentine, commiastoner.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
Office of Indian Affaire. Washington, D.
C. July 7, ikjs eaiea proposals for letting
District No 1 In the Red Lake Indian Res
ervation. Minnesota, for graxing purposes,
either under a lease or by permit, will be
received at the office of Commies oner of
Indian Affairs. asnington, l). c, until
t o'clock P. ni on Monday. Auauat t.
and will be immediately tbereaf'.er opened
in the presence or eucn Diaaers as may al
ien 1. Mint showing the location of the
district and all necessary Information may
De ooiainea on ap.aicaiion to ine superin
tendent of the Red Lake Indian School
1UU Lake. - Minnesota. R. Q. Valentine
Whenever yon wt
something; call 'Phong
Doojlgs til and mak
tt known t&roufh
Bee Wast Ad.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
The Beet Sana Paper.
Oae Delias- Per k car,
Net Ire of 9toekkoleere Meetlea.
TO the stockholder or THE M l?SOL Kl -ago f"Dre a 7 IS am a 1 4." pm
PACIFIC RAILWAT COM FA N Y ; .CM. a.! l.lmlie.1 '. . . a m pm 7 .15 am
In coformity with the requirements of -st imi i- n h 7 i. m
the Constitutions and laws .f the m:
of Missouri, Kansa and Nebraska and the
by-Uws of the Company. uV AKi.
HSF.tm rsiilih.L mat oy reaoiu ion oi .
the Board of llre tor of The Missouri I
a meeting of said Board on the 2,h day or
May. A. l , l.u. a meeting ef the et k
holders of The Missouri Pacific Railway
Company has been called to be held at the
office, oT the Company. Room v Missouri
Pacific Building. In the City of St. Louis.
In the Stale of Missouri, un the aixtn day
of August. A. D. at nine o'clock In toe
1 For the purpose of considering a Con
tract and AriKiea of Consulit'.aUon bearing
date the ftth day of May. l.0, heretofuie
made and entered Into by and on behalf of
The Mlaourl Pacific Railway company ana
the following named lot Durations 1y order
of their respective Board of Directors;
The Kanaaa and Colorado Pacific Rail
way Company, a consolidated coiporailon
of the State of Kansas,
The Central Branch Railway Company, a
consolidated corporation of the btate of
The Rooki County Railroad Company, a
corporation of the State of Kansas,
The Nevada and Mlnden Railway Com
pany, a corporation of. the Slate of M.a
ourl; Nevada and Mlnden Railway Company of
Kansas, a corporation of the
State of .
Kansas City and Southwealern Railway
Company of Missouri, a corpoiauon ot Uio
Htate of Missouri;
Kansaa City and Souths estern Railway
Company, a corporation ot the State ot
The Fort Scott Central Railway Com
pany, a consolidated corpoiauon ot the
elate ot Kansas;
Kanopolls and Kansaa Central Railway
Company, a corporation ot the State ot
Kansas; - : -
The Kairsas Southwestern Railway Com
pany, a corporation ot (be State of uaiuas,
J he L Roy-and caney alley Air i.ine
Rai'road Company, a coTBoratlon ot lbs :
dilute of Kaiisee.
'or the purpose ot voting upon the
?u?,Uo", ,h'hr "vh 4.entract and Ar-
lered into, shall be ratified, assented to, ap
proved and adopted and such consolidation
-oiiunin.aied or whether such Contract
"' Articles ot Consolidation snail be re-
t3 To consider and vote upon the adop-
t,u" of a resolution accepting tu piovl-
sions oi Article 11 ol cnapier iz oi rne rte-
vised Sutues of the State of Missouri.
iTf. ana to autnorixe tne iiitni inereoi,
" required by Section numbered 10u of
such Revised Statuea in the case of con-
oooaii.in ox railway corpoiaiiorra, ana
whereby all or any of said corporations
d The Missouri Pacific Railway Company
lave agreed to consolidate In the whole.
and to consolidate the stock of the re
spective companies making such consolida
tion, and to form and make under and pur
suant to the laws of the States of Missouri,
Kansas and Nebraska, a new, consolidated
corporation, to be known as The Missouri
Pacific Railway Company, owning, con
trolling, possessing and bringing under one
management all and singular the lines of
railroad and other properties, real, personal
and ''. Powers rights, privileges, Im-
.L na frlcnl,'', belonging ui any
'ne. nd .conl "i0"? , eJ
nd "'f , by alJ Contract and Articles of
tion, upon the terms and conditions fixed
(4) To take any other action In the pre
mises, and to transact any other business
.1 . i . .
'vr"" tu ue uclu,e w'0
"'-ucn Cotnract and Arilcle, of Co-so)lda.
Hon will be submitted to the meeting of
the stockholders bo called for examination
and every stockholder attending will be
furnished with a printed copy thereof, and
at any time before such meeting any stock
holder will be furnished with a printed
copy of such Contract and Articles of Con
solidation upon application therefor during
business hours to the Assistant Secretary
of the Company, at the office of the Com
pany In the City of St. Louis. Missouri.
Dated May th, 1909.
GEORGE J. GOULD.
President of The Missouri Pacific Railway
A H CALEF
Secretary ot The 'Missouri Pacific Railway
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Pealed proposals will be received by the
State Board of Puhllo .Lands and Build
ings, at the office of Geo. C. Junkln, Sec
retary of State, Slate Capitol, Lincoln,
Nebraska, on the 1st day of 'September,
1909. until 12 o'cldock. rioon, for trie erec
tion and construction ,uL the following
buildings; ". AoL
One fireproof cottage bnlldtng for girls
and one fireproof cotiaf bu'fding for boys
to be erected on the grounds of the Insti
tute for Feeble-Minded. .Beatrice, Neb.
One fireproof cottage, build: ng to be
. --. , .
I greeted on the grounds of the Hospital for
Insane at Ingleside nr Hasting-. NW.
I one brick barn building to be erected on
the grounds of the Boys', Industrial School,
Knriwv Nth .
Plans and specifications for the various'
buildings can be aeen at the office of
the Secretary of State, Mate Capitol Build -
Ing. Lincoln. Nebraska, or at the offices of
ti,. .,i,wnni..ni. ,.f .... c0,i,,. in.tit.,.
tlons. or at the office of Geo. A. Berlinghof.
Architect. Rooms )l-4 Security Mutual Life
Building. Lincoln. Neb.
Plans and specifications for private use
may be secured from the architect by man-
ing a neposu oi tuo.vsi lor eacn uiiuaiiiK. j l nicKa.'-aw uiu, roweis. a- iu
of which $25 00 will be returned to the de- i Democrat (llu, McCarthy, 6 to 1) th;rd.
positor upon receipt -of the plans and i Time: LOT.,. Fighting Bob, Scarpia.
specifications at his office in good order. I Grasmere and Scarus also ran.
Each bid must be accompanied with a; Second race, selling, mile, $ added:
certified check on some bank doing busl- i Console tluK. Davenport, 9 to 5) won, Cam
ness in Nebraska In the sum of 2 per cent: peon till, Page, 13 to D second. Eschau
of bid. for the purpose as provided under; till, McCahey, to 1) thlid. Time: 1 42.
paragraph No. Is, page 3. of the technical i Nethermost. Warden. Gieat Heavens, Miss
specifications. j Crittenden, Ruxton, Couri Lady and liar-
Hid, must he mAde out on biridlnffr sheets lock also ran.
furnished by the architect. Bids made out j
otherwise will not be considered.
The Board of Public Lands and Build
ings reserves the right to reject any and
all bids and to waive defects In same. I
RAILWAY TIME CARD
UNION STATION 10TII A MASON
Chicago! st North western I
NORTHWESTERN LINE-EAST. I
Leave. Arrive, j
Omaha-Chicago Spe'L.a tl oi pm a 7:40 am i
Colorado-Chicago a 6:3) pm a 3 2S pm ;
Paclfio Coast-Chicago.. a ti 06 pm a 1.1 pm '
Chicago Daylight Spe'l a 7.40am ali :i",pm
Omaha-Chicago Local . a 12 05 am all:35pmj
Los Angtlea - Portland
Limned a 9 10 pm all.3S pm
Overland Limited all.jO pm
a i . L am :
9 .04 am .
Fast Lucal, Cedar
Rapids-Omaha a $.35 pm
Omaha-Carroll Local. ..a 145 pm a 910 am
NORTHWESTERN LINE NORTH.
Twin City and Dakota
Daylight a 7 45 am al0.20 pm
Minnesota and Dakota. a 7 00 pm
Twin City Limited t ) lim a 7:05 am
Sioux City Local a 3.45 pm a 3:28 pm
Omaha :. a 9 30 am
Omaha aU:00 am I
NORTHWESTERN LINEWEST i
a 7 i am s 10 V nm
:: rw lm Siiiw
Lincoln-Long Pine a T Mam all :0) am
Norfolk-South Platte. ..b 2 1. pm bS JOpm
Hastings-.-Superior b 2 15 pm b " :X pm
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Casper-Lander .'. a I.SS pm all 00 am
Fremont-Albion b 5.30 pm b 1.35 pin
Chicago, Reck Island st Pacific
Rocky Mountain Lid a 3 10 ara ali os pm
Iowa IxjcsI a 40 am a 4 3') pm
The Mountaineer a 7 42 am a 2.50 am
Dcs Slo.nn Local a 4 0u pm aU 30 pin
Iowa Local , blO JL am b ii.io p:n
t ricaiso-r.antern ex... - ej pin a i.iu pm '
Chicago-Nebraska Ltd a 6.14 pm a S.05 am !
Tbe Mountaineer a 1:00 am a 7:35 am!
for Lincoln) a S 30 am a 5.47 pm 1
Colo, and Cal. Ex a 1 JO pin a 4 'O pm 1
Ok!a. and Texas Ex ...a I t) pm a 1:10 pm:
Rocky Mountain Ltd . all. Li pm a 3 0j am
Chicago, Mllwaekec A St. Paal f
Chicago and Colo. Spec. a 7:35 am all 40 pm
C-Ul . , I." - n.n a . .- .... I
a 6 uu pm a 3 J5 pin
all 4 pm a 715 am
u s.iS pin bll:5 am
Overland Limited a 7:30 am all 40 pm
Colorado Express a S.Jo pm a S Ou pin
Atlantic Express a 9. JO m
Oregon Express .. .a 4 10 pm a 5 'V pm
Is Angeles Limited . ai2 .i5 pm a 8 m pin
Vmit t.il a ,n k A-. .....
China and' Japan Mail. . a 4u pm a 5 45 pm
.-ortn riaite lots; a is
a k 15 am a 4 46 i.m
m.I :i . I'm
Beatrice at blromaburg
Local bl3 $ pra b 1 Is pm
Vauey Local motor via
Lane Cut-off) alO 00 am. a 2 45 pm
Valley Local imotor)....a iat pin a 9 0 am
Haatlngs-Superior b 2:15 pm b S 30 pm
Ixical passengers not. -earned on trains
Noa. 1 and S.
MliMitl Par I fie
K C. and t. L. Ex.... 'a 9 at am i: )im
K. C. and St. L. a all.la pm a S 60 pro
M:in Paul Ltd a 6 "' m
on - aha - PI lode Inrbt 15 pm
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EVENTS ON THK RUNNING TRACKS
Ocean Bound Wins Ten-Thousand-Dollar
Race at Saratoga.
sunTiiiU. N. Y.. Aug 3 W. Clav's
- . , - . . . , , , , .
Ocean Bound eail won the JIUKW ?p n
jaay stakes for fnlie. year-oids. at e
, and a half furlongs, here toda . 1 he rmy
t had been reported to have pulled up lame
in hr work which accounts for the lib-
eral price of even money lata agamsi iici
i at post time. She was heavily supported.
. being backed down from 7 to 5. Uhlle at
; the post she was badiy cut down and pulied
Beaucojp. winner of the third ra. e. was
, run up to $2.5ow. an advance of $UAi over
I his entered selling pi ice. Summaries:
First tace. five and a haif furlongs, S40.J
added: Kir.gsliip uiu, i.ani;, . to n o:i.
Third race, selling, seven lurionfe's, ttw
added : Leaucoup I lu. Creevy. S to 1; w on,
Heroin tilj. Ltach. to 5 second, Jeanie
D'Arc (106. McCarthy. S to 1) third. Time:
UJf,. ' Roval Vane. Gold Note. Verbatim.
j Escutcheon, Chief Haves and Gloriole aiao
i Fourth race, the Splnaway fillies. 2-year-j
olds, foals of l:7, guianleed gross ta.ue
I of 10. oiu, five and a half furlongs: Ocean
Bound GIj, Scovnle, even) won, fccneumarim
U12. Muegrave, 7 to ll t-econd. Sticker tlLi.
Butwell. -) to 1) third. Time: LOo-y Foliie
Levy, Fair Louise, Greenvale and Placide
Fifth race. 4- ear-olds and up. selling,
mile and an eighth, $jw added: Belleview
U07, Taplln. 7 to 5 won. Zipai.yo (105.
Davenport, even; second. Rio Giande U,
Lllint, 10 to D third Time: 1 :ia. Okeii
ite, Kinf of ba.-han. Miss Caiesby aud
Killochan also ran.
S.xtn ra' e. ma. den 3-year-olds and up,
mile. tOou added: practnal tl'Jit. Dugau,
to 5 and 7 to lui won. lama (11-. Puueia
7 to li second. Maximum (112 Mugrave, :
10 to II third. Tune. 1.41. Rolando. -iug- j
wump. Gold Dust. J. W. Fiyi , i d..)', Su
guine and Clockwork also tan. :
Races at W iudsur. '
DETROIT. Aug. 3 Two Hack record -fttrc
btokeu al Windsor tins afte,noo... .
tlrten S.al in the thud race clipped a lull
stcotid from the previous mai k w nen lie
j c overed the 1 1-16 miles In 1 4oV w hue
lien Double, winuii.g the sixtn race in
I 1 l-vj,, lowered the old record by one-fiftn
of a' second. ravoiits won five or the ;
seven events on the card. Summaries: j
1 r " " ' - "r1 '". luioo.ga aui i
; fvis u-. jvy- 10 1 v:i- Brud-1
wuiu 'IV', rveu. u iu it Bt'cunu. Auoien iiv..
. Die.vei to li third. Tin.e: 1 My ;
Henry. J. H. Hourhtun. Muster Kugene,
, 'y May hue. Jim Miller and
Second race, .'-year olds, five furlongs:
The General Armstrong c lt7. Harty, 9 to j)
won. Alfred The Great (lor Burns. ( to li
scfoud. Colonel Jot tlw, Ward. 5 to D
third Time: 1 (-5 Carondelet, I'angei
ous. March, Ktlchli Tanaka. Tuiner.
Hickory. Slick, mko. Steel Kinic also ran.
Third ra1.--. handicap, puise $.'. U-)'is:
and up. 1 1-lti miles. Green Seal Gil.
Howard. 9 to 5 won. W. A. Lea' h do.
liufnagel. 11 to 5i second. Granta iH. Reid.
7 to 2i ihird. Time: 1 45H- All Red, Vox
Popuil a.sKj ran.
Fourth race, selling purse. 2-year olds.
(Canadian ow'r.edi five furlor.gs: Iiedmin
Ist.r 1 1-4. Reil. 7 to li won. Loru Elatn 1'.'4.
Rogers. to f se.-nnd. Iiy Etna (104,
L'avis. 12 to li tl.ird Time: 1 fd. spring-
steel, Louis Reil. chairman, btarver also
Fifth race purse. S-year olds and up six
furlongs: Monteclair illu. Deverich 7 10
S won Siiverln i PC. Rums. 3 to 1) sec
ond Mirnle Bright il"4 Flynn, 6 to 1)
third. Time: 1.13V Gold Front Soil,
Apologize. Pat Sharp. Potent also ran.
Hlooinfleld Real ""artlngton.
P.IXKiNtFIEL!) Neb, Aug 3 i Social 1
1 uluumf 7'''
defeated Harrington in an
unmteresung same, i ne oniy teaiure was
, .....i,.., l.lt KV I(rndl. Score:
ami - - .. -
Bloomfleld ..( 3 4 0 0 1 4 1 0-D 19 S
Harting'.on .0 020010003 49
liatteries: Bloomfleld. Brandt and But
by. Hariirgton, Peck and Reiss.
Up to date the Hoion, field bail team has
playvd fourteen games, won ten and lost
Today's victory was the
ever the Rourkea. .core
STATE GOLF AT FIELD (LIB
Fifth Annnl Tournament of Ke-,
braska Association This Month.
C0MPITZ FOR HONORS
Penetrant o Arranaed thai All Play
era May Coafest All Poor llaa of
Ike Toarnament for Maey
The program Is out trr the f If th nmn'
tourrament of the Nebrsk O-iif asso
ciation which will be held at 'he Omaha
Field club August X. K. 2. and 3.
Many prlies are hung up and enouh
different flights are arranged so that all
may play all through th tournament Sec
retary Frank J. Hoel has arranged t!.e
different fllEhta In his own way and a
splendid week of golf Is assured. A medal
will be given for the low score In the qual
ifying round: a cup to the winner of the
amateur championship with a prle to the
runner-up; a prixe to the winner and one
to the runner-up In the consolation class
and suitable prlies lil be given to the
winners and runners-up In thV directors,
solace and secretary's class and handicaps
Any member of a Nebraska association
club In good standing may enter, the f e l
1 and the fee for teams Is U a team En
tries may be made t ti i o . a, liie secretary
of the player's club or with the secretary
j of the association. The entrlts for the
qualifying round may be made until 10
I a. tn. August IS. and entries for the handl-
' caps may be made at any time before the
The pairing' will be made at the first
1 tee as the players arrive and players are
I requested to register as soon as they ar
! rive at the club so thev may he paired
! promptly. The rules of the Western Golf
I association will govern.
) The officers of the Nebraska Golf aso
! elation ar J. B. Rahm, president; W. S
Cornutt. vice president and C. F.
W. J. Foye. N. H. Reokkrd. C. R
Dr. Cox and Mel Uhl directors.
The Proa ram.
I Qualifying Round. 7 a. m., !"'. to qualify
! In three flights. 32 each; holes, medal
I play. Last pair must get off. by 11 a. m.
j THURSDAY MORNING.
Amateur Champion: First round S a. m.;
lis holes, match play. The beaten 16 play
for the consolation prlxe.
Directors: Flrt round, 9 a. m.; 1" holes.
', match play. The b.-aten 16 play for the
! solace prlre.
Secretary s: First round. 9:30 a. m ; IS
holes, match play. The beaten 10 play In
Amateur Champion: Second round. 1 30 p
m. ; IS holes, match play.
Consolation: First round. 14D p. m.; IB
holes, match play.
Directors: Second round, 2 p. ;n.; IS holes,
Solace First round. 2:15 p. m.; IS holes,
Secretary's: Second round, 2:30 p. m. ; 1
holes, match play.
Consolation handicap. 2 4J1 p m ; IS holes.
match play against bogey, "holes up For
thoe who did not quality and those beaten
In first round of Secretary's flight.
Amateur Champion: Third round. 9 a. m.;
18 holes, match play.
Consolation; Second round. 9:15 a. m ; IS
holer, match play.
Directors: Thud round. 9:90 a. m.; 18
holes, match play.
Solace: Second round, 9:45 a. m ; 18 holes,
Secretary's: Third round, 10 a. m. ; H
hoies. match play.
Handicap bail sweepstakes, 10:1' a. m ; 18
holes, match play against bogey, "holes
up." For everybody on the grounds. Balls
will be divided .10. 25. 2n, 15 and 10 per cent.
Amateur Champion: Semi-final, lJOp. m ;
IS holes mateh play.
holes, ma'ch play.
Directors: Semi-final. 2
Solace: Semi-final, 2.15
Secretary s: Semi-final,
p. m. ; IS holes.
p. m.; 18
holes, match play.
Medal handicap, 2:45 p. m
IS holes, medal
: pav. Everybody that's out.
. ' , . ,
I Amateur Champion: lirst half-final
a m ; 18 holes, match play.
Consolation: Final. 9 45 a. m ; 18 holes.
Solace: Final 10 a. m; IS holes, match
10 15 a.
m.; IS holes,
Nebraska club team championship. 10 :4T
a. m.; 18 holes, match play against bogey.
Teams of four. No limit to team entries.
Scores of finalists may hi used in team
SATURDAY AFT ERNOON.
Amateur Champion: Second half-final. 2
p. nr., IS holes, match play.
Vanderbilt Mine at Vichy.
PARIS, Aug. 3. The Prix Revesdor run
at Viejtv today was won by W. K. Vander
(raw ford Officials Win.
DENISON, Ia.. Aug 3 Ppclal The
court house officials of Harriton and Craw
ford rounties met on the ball diamond at
Denlson. After an exciting game, to the
players, the score stood 10 to 11 for Craw-
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CHICAGO Ail- ? fi.. "ith.rn snl
FaoTc voa; rli.i'iipi. wre the winners
, In the ftrr day's pl of tlie national '
doul'lis tennis to : nanv nt al the Outwent,
sia c'.uh t.. Ton.otr'w tliv will p,a"
loi the rgM to -i-e.-t Fred R Alexander
a'ul Hnrol.l II H.n-kett. the present holders
' of the national title, at Newport this
viie C Giant and The.Mlot-e Roosevelt
Veil, tl'e southern champion, defeated
, Tr 'ix Emerso'i ami R A HnM.ii. Jr., (he
honlers nf the western hoiiois,. by 6-4.
In the other match M K. Mclaughlin
and ti. J ,lne. the Pacific O'ast title
holders, defeated Nat . Niles and A. S.
1'ahn.y. toe eastern champions, by IS.
i-i. 6 2.
Grant and Pell put up the b-t tennis ot
the day and are the favorite for tomor
row's finals Crams eivt:e was phenom
enal and his team did not lose a slnglt
game while he was serving Grant s serv.
Ice was ahl supported by the brilliant
cross-court smashes of Pell, who had thl
base lines gauged to a nicer t ail the tir,
The team woi k of the southern pair wt
developed to a hlirh dearee of accuracy and
seldom did they interfere with one another.
Emerson and lloliien. a j ounaer pair, wets,
lamentably weak at. tuiww and were com
pletely outclassed by their more expert.
1 enced opponents.
The Pacific coast learn had little trouble
1 In defeating Nlies and Dabney. the lat
ter appealed off their game .Mies was
LaJiv off and Dahney was poec on his
hack-court work all the e, althougli
: he shone at net. McI-euKhlln aiul Jams
placed steadily, but their wot k at times
i la. ked the smoothness and precision of
niai uispiayeu oy fell and Graut.
EARLY CLOSING LAW ARGUED
ON APPEAL OF DINUZZ0
Jndae Patton Aanoanora Derlalow
Will Be Handed Dona Next Week
ou Coustitatlonallty f Act.
The constitutionality ot the S o'clock
closing law Is now up to Judge Sutton of
the district court and a decision will be
handed down early next week.
The case against Frank Dlnuxso was
brought inio the district courl on appeal
from the police court, the facts being ad
mitted The fight was made on a demur
rer entered by Weaver and, Glller, Dlnux
zo's attorneys, to have the case dismissed
because of the law s unconstitutionality.
In arguing the deuyirrcr Mr. Glller made
the contention that the present 8 o'clock
law is unconstitutional because It Is sup
posed to be ameitdatory to one -law while
it is. in fact, amendatory to another. Ac
cording to the state cotuuitution a new
law must state In Its text tho law which It
Is supposed to change, and repeal It If
necessary. The S o'clock law was enacted
as an amendment to the Slocumb law,
which relates to the sale of liquors oti
election days and Sundays, and does not
dtal with the hours of sale, according to
the view taken by Mr. Glller. Section 14 of
the liquor law, however, statea the powers
of the city hi regulating the sale, and Mr.
Glller asserts that it la thla law that the
new one really amends. Since It does not
mention, nor repeal nor change aectlon 14.
the attorneys for ITlnuxxo declare that It
is In confusion with the statutes, and Is
In replying Judge Dickenson argued that
as a principle of law the stand taken by
Mr. Glller was correct, but that In this
particular case he had failed to show the
amendatory laa- providing for S o'clock
closing was not germane to the section of
the statute to which It was added.
An audience of about twenly-flve listened
to the arguments In the case.
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thousand delegates and friends are here
i attending me international convention oi
j the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen
I and Engineers, w hich began today. One of
the chief matters dlecuseed will be a propo
sition to affiliate with the new central
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