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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY. AUGUST IX IMl
til (CIT DULcai.
REITD JLbpTRACT CO.. Est IM: prompt
ear-vioe; got ear price. 171 rnm ait
C4NOMAU 40 Bee Kdi. Tel. IV
VAINE 1NV. CO- first floor N. T. Lit
BENJAMIN JC . CO.. 477 Brandeis Bmg
REAL MTATF TlTLB-TRUKT CO.
OUL C W lLUAMffON, President.
ClTT MOPEItTT l-UH SAI.B.
Fir a-room houwi,
must tx told in a lumfi.
They mil retail at
IftuO profit to buyer.
Can be bought on reasonable terms.
MQEachron K4?alty Co..
1824 Lake, EL " 'Phone Web.
i HOME BARGAINS.
T-roore tMm on N. lath St.. near Nlcho
)aa. modern except furnace. Price U 250.
One A-rown and one -ruom house on on
lot r RMHrh Ht., renttng for M a month.
Prloe, ' 2.J00.-' - : -
W isvw Ver bArfsrifis-
YD$TERN REAL ESTATE
411 r?arbecb Block. Both Thones.
t t3200 Cash
Balance monthly, pr. to suit.
One-half Woe to car
, NOWATA LAN U & LOT CO.
. Suit 424 N. Y. Life Bide
'Phone Red IHue. - Omaha, Neb.
citt rHorexTi ron itia
V. aie i.frering the greatest insM bar
rain In uu.aha. Just think of l-tory
building tutrin ttie (uil lot fxU2 on
Harney Si., one nloik from City H-K Pee
Buildli.IT. bojds Theatur, T. M. C.
Court Moue. Vacant comer one bl"Ck
east held at llfiuwu. Vacant corner ft-t
corner eaat heid at ISSOCV. Thla buildir.g
la opposite Public Library and Boyle Col
leg. THE INlHiMK li OVER AND
THERE ARK ENoUt.H VACANCIF IN
BUILDING TO 1K1NU A OROrsS RJ-V
TAL Of VOW. THIS PRICE IB ONLY
ItfOTO Tou couldn't buy the vacant
r round for that if most people owned It.
Every real estete agent we hare poken
to pay ttie owner ought not to sell J" J
will aell for lrJ.l n I years and $100 000
ome day. If vou really want an wsioe
bargain and have HOWS) rash, buy thla
protxrty NOW. IXiti't be the man who el
wav tell u when too late. "1 would hav
boueht that If I had known it."
N P. DODGE & CO., 1714 Farnam St.
George & Co., 1G01 Farnam.
OWNER LEAVING TOWN
WANTS TO SELL HOME
t4.gno for 490 California St.,
eight-room, tw-n-etory house,
strictly modern, fine f.nUh "
throughout, mantel and grare
In reception hall, four bed
rnomi e-cond floor, fruit In
yard. Recently reduced . for
quick aale. Reasonable terma.
m acres., cash... ..J 5S0 0
120 acres.:., ..two caeh.-..1.2' 00
6 27 tri,...4W cash 12. m M
The finest Suburban hbme tracts near
Omaha.4.juM. lo Benson and paved road
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
Firef Floor. f. T. Life B'du
Tel.: Uouglaa 17S1; "A" HiS.
30TII AND DAVENPORT STS
S. E. CORNER
Hot water heat, oak finish downatalra.
combination fixture. extra high-grade
tilumhlnK. full cemented basement, with
lavndiy, larae lot with plenty of spec for
to St. lvoule flate or another larire dwel
ling on the corner; paving all paid. Thla
l In eaav walkinc dinance. on the boule
vard and In a neighborhood where extra
' ud titium-n have l)fn bulit and are now
I bu'lolnr A di-mrehle renldenoe arid flrat'
cm piece of lnvetment property wheo
Vi Ice r- ducpfl to I'.WO for Immediate aale
MUST hi; 1 USl'i 8K1i OF THIS WEKK.
Owner llv c In hotiee and will be glad to
how It to prospective purchaser at any
time, see It, then ae us.
D. V. S110LES COMPANY,'
111 PJ. Trade Blrti?., Kith anJ rarnam Sta.
Tol. loug. 4M. lnd.-J-etideiil A-4.
caah, balance . per month, for 1M0 B.
Mth; l-room, I-Btory Ouuse, modern plumb
ing:, lot MxlS feet; paving paid.
. , "WL. SELRY,
. 4-H Boarfl of Trade Bldg.
"WEST FARNAM LOT
, Thla. la located on 431 St.. Juet .
norlh of.fodue ft., site TiOxli;:.
, ft.-., new hooues All around It
Other lota In thia block are
held frem fl.MO fo u0. Non
, iH'fldciit otMifi .very &nxloua to
e.lU hence low price. .
Georgor & Oo HJOl Fnrnam.
rkuraiir foh ialb
CITT mOFKRIT FOH SALE.
BIG SALE OF
Tomorrow, Saturday and
The Nearest Close-in
In Shull's 3d at 20th and Poppleton Ave.
Prices $575 to $950 Each
Terms, $10 Cash, $10 a Month .
Onlv 10 minutes' walk from this addition.to the Bee Building,
the New York Life Bldg., and any of the new 17 story building?.
Buy one of the close-in lots. Paved streets, permanent side
walks, city water, etc.
Come out at once so you can get your pick.
Salesmen on the gTOund till dark.
We Will Build For You
If you pay cash for the lot. Come today or tomorrow.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN
1614 Harney Street. Conservative Bldg
LOTS $65 TO $250 '
$5 CASH, $5 A MONTH
NO INTEREST, NO TAXES
Located on Maple, Blnney and Wirt St.,
BtSih to d 8ts
Hi lot aold wiihln the laat ninety day:
100 choice lota to chooae from.
All lots ruiked. all In blue gTk kid well
kept; free factory Bitea on the east aide of
No reason why these lota will not double
In two years.
Saleaman on the around at our branch
office every evening after 30 until dark,
and Sunday afternoons. Come out. Take
IM-af Institute car rotng north on lth Rt.
and out Cuming: get off at 4uth and Maple.
HASTINGS & HETDEN.
1S14 Harney St. Oonaervatlve Bldg.
This : Story I Won Over Matny
Others Last Week
' ARDIS' SUCCESS WITH THE
AID OF TAVO BEE WANT ADS
By Helen McKee, 417 K Street, South
Omaha. Neb., IauKhter of J.. A. McKee.
MIks ' Fowler.a English teacher. South
Omaha High school. Aged 14 Yearn.
Passed Into Tenth A.
LOST Light yellow Scotch Collie. 1 year .
eld, tag T4; reward If returned to North
Twenty-second St. Tel. Webater.
Axdia Harland had Just graduated from
high school and via at a losa to know
, what to fit herself for. She could not
teach school because her mother, who was
a widow, waa not able to avnd her to col
legeIndeed, she had hardly been able,
even with the help of a moderately well
. to-do uncle, to aend her through high
tchool. .The uncle had died before Ardla
completed her high school course and had
- left part of. hla money to Mra. Harland.
. wko waa now using It to live -on until
Ardla could get work.
Aa -Ardla. left her home one afternoon
. ' to aTO down town, she felt a cold nose
thrust Into her hand and, looking around,
aw A Ursa collie dog. lis followed her
downtown and back.
That evening as Ardla and ber mother
. aat by the flra with the dog on the rug
In front of them. Ardla said to her mother,
"Haa The Bea come yet?"
. " "Tea, dear," anawered Mrs. Harland.
Ardts found tba paper and turned to the
want ad pax.
" "I wonder If that doggie Is not some
one's pet. If be la they will aurely advertise-
for him." Sura enough, the above ad
met her eyes In tha loat column.
The next day Ardla took tha colli to the
mentioned addresa, and waa met at the
door fcy an elderly lady. The moment 'he
lady's eyes tested on the dog aha took
htm In ber arms and Invited Ardis In, to
pay her the reward.
In Some Way Ardla became very familiar
with the pleasant old lady and told her
All about graduating and not knowing
-what to take up to make a living for her
, tout her abd herself. .
. t '.Do you play on the piano?" inquired
'.ihe old lady, whose name was Mra. War
ren. "I hare very good musical education,
. tbanka to an unci of mine who died two
years ago and left mother Just enough
money, to take me through hlb school,
gtv me music lessons and to l.ve on until
I can. get work," -replied Ardla
"Why not flv music lessons? My llttl
. -g-randdaughter, Alice, is trying to get a
music teacher, and I am sure you could
' gt her ior a pupil," aaid Mrs. Warren.
Ardia thanked her, and when ahe got
home she told her mother of her plan.
tin. Harland thought It waa a good one
arod aUviued Ardia to put an ad In The
Be te get pupils, because the want ad
, concerning the dog had been so successful.
This was the ad ah put In:
MISS ARDTS C. HARLAND. graduate In
muvlr; piano lesaona. Address Farr.am
St. Tel. Red.
' In thla way ahe obtained many pupils
- and made good living for her mother and
; ; They both attributed all of her uocs
to lb two want Ada in Th Omaha B.
FARM AMI HCH ItKU FOR Al-E I
OOOD New Merlco "lands. K to l' pet
rr. In tracts of IOC" to t.op acres.
Water for Irrigation. Fats all kinds of
srraln and fruit. Also Irrifated farms In
Colorado, and aaf money-making Irriga
tion projects. The Hagadorn Investment
Compacy. 161 Tremont St. Detver, Colo.
A MB Ikta.
OUT THE! GO TO HATNFS AXf
VOTT. A1AMS AND HETTINQKR
COUNTIES. NORTH DAKOTA, to buy our
low-priced land and ace the big crops (
Dollar Wheat; hew railroad building and
new towre. where new hotel and business
houses are needed. Pee Wm. H. Brown
Co., Haynea. Adame County. North Dakota,
for maps and facta.
SACRIFICE OF CII1LDRLN
Police Arrive Juit in Time to
LiTri of little Onei.
KOTEEK IS DECLARED IXSAST
Cay Flsker, Yoatk x'h bt Himself
AerMal f LsTe Affair,
Dies from Wd sit
ever had and his return to the ImMltilttoti
111 meet w 1th general fator anil approval
If you vm real bargains, lorn prices and
easy rental Urrnt, look these over, then
t-icwm modern cottaire, best condition,
lot aOxlSO, 1 blk. from car, close In, ,6.;
U.iO cah, ba). J0 per mo.
k-roum cottage, w Ith sewer, closet, gaa,
paved street, on car line, $1,850; 175 cash,
15 per rno.
4-rooni cottage, city tutor, fcti. U) Utah,
10 per mo.
I- room houf, partly mod., close tn, (2,6o0;
tisn cash, l-i per mo.
II- roOm modern houee, close In, IJ.tO; UTi
essli. M) per mo.
New 6-room modern cottage, eorner lot,
fine location, on car Una, 116U0; rental
Ni w 4-room cottage, lot BO1U8, I block!
from -car, U.iTS; I7& cash, f 15 per mo.
l-room cottaice, full lot, Il.tfiO, small cash
payment, hal. lit per mo.
Veiy choice new t-room modern cottage,
high, alghtly looatlon, full lot, H.700, eay
RUSSELL & McKITRICK CO.,
4i2 Kamg Bldg. lth and Harney.
OWN A FINE
HALF AN ACRE
Why not ratae all your vegetables and
fruit and chickens for home use? We have
Just tne piace,
Fine level half acres, equal to three city
lota. I blocka west of Fort Omaha, close
enough to both Ames avenue and Florence
Some of our best people are buying in
this addition. Let us show you what we are
PRICES $360 TO 1400 EACH
, .TtRMfc UO CASH, 10 A MONTH.
. HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
lS14Harney street. Conservative Building.
W. L SELBY
Doug. 1010. 436 Board of Trade Bldg.
A good 6-room, modern hous, 4 rooms
and hall on first floor, X bod room and
bath and large closet on second floor. Lot
(Uvxit feet. Fine treea and shrubbery. If
aold within IV daya will tak ,liM. A
To buy a fin home ready built for less than
cost, k rooms and bath, oak finish on first
floor, tile floor In bam room, Fine aoutii
front lot on paved street, only 2 blocka
to car. Owner la going to bcattle reason for
A very pood t room, modern home! Large
rooms, raved street. Convenient to cj.
On 35 th avenue near Wool worth avenue,
a splendid 8 room, all modern home, oaic
finish on first floor. Sleeping porch, etc
IN ILANSCOM PARK
ldOS B. ffth St., fine large house on cor
ner lot; s rooms, with splendid high ceil
ings; modern. Both Georgia Ave. and
Poppleton Ave. are Paved. iavlnx paid In
full. Lot 60x142 fL; plenty of room to build
a duplex flat on rear of lot.
Owner about to leave city, reason for
selling, frios, S.X6t) cash. We will loan
14.000 on thla property if purchaser
HASTINGS A HETDEN. 1U14 Harney St.
$9,000, $5,000 Cash.
Balance I per out; olos in. always oc
bco NET TO YOU.
Looks awful big, but if you doubt tt
oom in and we will convince you.
NOWATA LAND A- LOT CO.,
Suite b24 .s. If Life iildg.
Pnone Ked 1. O:o&ha, Neb.
BUY A LOT
FOR THE BOY
In "HILLSDALE." It only take a dollar
down and then fl a wek, without Interest.
Located 7 Mocks went of Miller park. All
big lots, Mgh and sightly. The advance of
thete lots is certain. Omaha if growing
the faKieat In this direction. Two years
airo Collier I'lace was a wilderness. ' One
yiur tea lapt spring Fort View Terrace 4
blixks south) was a corn field. Now- botn
ar built up with a large number of new
homes. Prices on these lots I1CW to 1X0,
nothing higher, fl oaaik. (1 a week, without
HASTINGS & HETDEN, 1S14 Harney St.
(-ROOM house, JW23 Marry St.. for sal
by Geo. F. Wooley, b(J6 W. O. W. Bldg.
FOR Quick returns, list your real estate
for sale and exchange with me, no sale,
no pay. W. W. Mitchell, Board of Trade
Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
One Firm Produced 2,442,478
Sold 2,117,4S2 Bbls. in June
in Nowata Co.
4 1040 acre of rich valley land. All
amooth and part of aan:e Is In a high U'e
of cultivation. This land is located within
three miles of WaU'va, (Jkl.. and aix miles
from Nowata. Okl.: WO acres of It Is prac
tically In one body and 2 acres is loiateo
three mllea south. The land Is well wortn
fc en tp; an exceptionally good bargain
at ai per acre.
We have land in Nowata LO., in any aise
tract you may desire from b acres up n
price? ranging rrom iiv to a,ta per acre
There are 4,poi flowing oil wells In Nowata
Co. Natural raa Is suid aV2c per 1.000 cubic
feet. Vou might get an oil well with your
Average rainfall In Nowata Co., 36 Inches
per annum; average from March 1 to Octo
ber t 24 Inches, and distributed Just as
needed. Prospects for a btg crop are in
evidence on every hand. Corn stands lu
to li fiet high; oats Just threshed mHklng
60 to 1'JO bu. per acre; wheat. 20 to 40 bu.
On account of the seasons being over a
month earlier than In the north, wheat
sold for 11.37 per buBhel, as against Hoc
Oood water Is found from JO to 40 leeL
Find Nowata county on your map.
The Oklahoma A- Cherokee Central B, K,
east and west through this county la a
certainty. Land will probably double In
value within two year. You can't afford
to miss this opportunity. Let ua tell you
why we can sell this land so cheap, ab
Missouri Pacific ticket agent about low
rates to Nowata. Come In and see ua, ot
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite 6114 N. T. Life Bldg.
Phone Red UK. Omaha, Neb,
LIST your property with Chris Boyer,
and Cuming Sts.
Why is It
We hare a 8-room, brand new house, all
modern, except heat; corner lot; fine neigh
borhood. Will accept $4i0 down, balance
by the month. Price $2,7i0.
P. 0. NIELSEN & CO.,
703 N. T. L Bldg. Both Phones.
BEM1S PARK lot. has sewer, water, r.
paved street, bargain. 70. Must 'tw aold
at Oi.oe. All tajsa paML UX N. 4th M.
FOR SALE Two new-6 room bouses at
3Sd and Charles; strictly "modern. Call and
tee. carpenter or 'Phon Xiouglaa Z3fei, even-
BOVLEVARD HOUSE 2J43 North Wth
St., -roomar modern, only 12,W6. Thomas
urennan, Koom t, New lork Laf Bldg.
BUT for investment Trttrb owner, two -room
house, built 1 yerr All modern,
good location, corner lor: rental, tT5 per
month-; special low price lPpolrt In 0 days.
Dr. M. M. Loomia, 101. fc' 84th. 6t. ,
FARM AND HAISCH LAND FOR BALE
DO YOU WANT A FRUIT
One that will produce dollars worth of
fruit, grain, alfalfa, sugar beets, cante-
loupes and vegetables to best Nebraska or
Iowa land quarters? Land is about 1&0
miles south of Denver. Colo., In Arkansas
river valley, not bottoms; It's the best
land on earth, with newt, reliable water
rights In Colo, canal and private reservoir,
deeded free with land, fully ri5 up and
non-taxable; haa stood the test for 30 years
without a failure. We have about 300
acres of 12-year-old orchard; this year we
Cherries at $600 Net an Acre
on the treea, buyer picking them. Apples
will do accordingly as well. We don't de
pend on future promises ox blue sky talk,
we have the goods to show to your satis
faction, surrounded by. American com
munity, best society, churches and schools.
Prices below others. Long time payments
at low Interest. Write or call for full In
formation. ISAAC CONNER,
221 Board of Trade, Omaha
Idaho Carey Act Lands.
Now opeu for entry in uie choicest
agricultural fcection of the nortnwest.
Th Snak River Valley, Southern Idaho
Stale lovernmenl Supervision.
For f re Information en Irrigated- Lands
Writ C. H. Hurtu Boise, Idaho.
UO ACREB well Improved land. Red
River Valley, Minnesota. Nothing better
uu earth, HJ.S0 ptr acre.- F. J. McMahon.
.iidAom feu Paul. Minn.
BUILT FOR A HOME
New 8-room. strictly motlrrn Iiolm, built
by owner fur a home, on U Ave., near
hanacom park, taut front, nice lot auu
good . barn, specials all 111 and paid for.
DARLING & DARLING.
441 Brandeis Lids-
OWNER'S LOSS, YOUR GAIN
for a new, all modern houee In good loca
tion. It haa SEVKN LARGE ROOMS In all.
Parlor, dining room, kitchen, two bed
rooms and ba:h. tieside front and rettr
vetititoul on the first floor.
Two large well ventilated bedrooms on
eoond floor. First fioor finished in oak
and hard pine, sod u waa built by day
labor. Materials and construction
It la on a corner lot, facing south and
eaat, one block from a good car hne.
Favorable terms can be made.
Our aalecmeu will takt you to set this
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
11.14 Harney St.
IF-YOU-WON A PRIZE LAST WEEK, WRITE AGAIN
' :. IF NOT, TRY IT OVER. ' V '
NO SUCH BARGAINS as tn southern Mis
souri. Arrange lo go Ja uc August it.
iinrop at lupin. 41s Bee. ,
RANCH, 440 acres, all fenced, one-half in
CuiuvaUuu, U0 acles rich, Osnge lliver boi
loin lana; uuiidina on Uiis piac cost over
fci.UuO. Fine aprings, jkai.MM leal uuk fcaw
timber, only two miles from Niaugua.
frice, A per acre. A SNAP.
LATHRuP s TOiilN, 41a Be Bldg.
NICE, amootii, well improved larnis In
Nodaway county, Missouri; price, -js ui tluo
per aoie, just as gootl as )vu can- buy in
MCstern luwa or euitern Neoraaka at iltM
to (17s. Siuiih Hinea. Hopkins, Mo.
U. S. GOVERNMENT LAND
Ot'bMKti I'MitK CAltLl ACT.
Conrad- aner project, Montana. 70.000
acre of fine, grassy prairie under irr.ga
tiun. Lirawlng October 7, liXH. Must reg
later for orawuig betor October . Can
register by man. For information and
bianks write W. W WA1 MAN. Valier
Montana, or sou Security Bldg., Mlnneap-
2&0 ACRES of Improved Texas land, I
miies from Alvin, lor sal at a bargain
price. For particulars writ to Box 1&,
OUR next excursion to Panhandle couu-
try August J.7. Lathrop & "Tobin. 4u Bt.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
H00 to 110.000 made promptly. F. D. Wewd,
Wead lildg., lkth and Farnam.
IfiOO to tr. OOO on homes In Omaha. O'Keef
Real Lstate Co., 1001 N. . Lite. Doug, oi
MONET TO LOAN Payne lnvesment Co
REAL eBtat purchase -money, mortgages
and contracts bought. Antelope Investment
Co., Old Boston Store Bldg. .
FIVE PER CENT MONET
to loan on
Omaha Business Property. .
Room L New- Tork Life Bldg.
OARV1N BROS.. 218 N. Y. Life.. 1&00
1300,000 on Improved property. No delay.
WANTED-'-Clty loans and warrants.
Farnam Smith A Co., 1X Farnam 6l.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
PATNE. BOSTW1CK & CO.. N. Y. Lite
Private money. KM to J6.00U; low rate.
SECOND MORTGAGE loana negotiated
Apply Rooms 41T-1 First Nat 1 Bank Bldg
Bell Phone, ouugias ui5.
LOWEST RATES Benila, Brandeis Bldg
REAL ESTATE WANTED
When writing to advertiser remember
It only takes a stroke or two of the pen
to mention the fact that you saw the ad
In Th Be.
WANTED TO BUY
BEST price paid for eeeunw-hand furni
ture, carpels, clothes and shoes. Tel. Doug.
BEST price paid
stoves, clothing. W.
for 2il-hand furniture,
Rosenblatt. Tel. D. owl.
BALTIMORE 2d-hand store pays best
price Hd-hand furniture, clothes, etc. D. t'tiu.
WANTED TO BUY Western unimproved
land; send full particulars in first letter.
P. O. Box Vi. Co. Bluffs. Ia.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Well furnished -house in West
Farnam or Hanacom park district for at
least A year by responsible parly ; no chil
dren. Address D U, Bee
WANTED A storeroom. W. E. Balduff.
CO V ERN M ENTN0JjC ES
(From a Staff Correspondent!
DBS WOlNirs, Attr 11 (Special Tele
gram. )-Mra. Nellie Golston of 111 F.nt
Locust street was i topped br the polic
from sacrificlrfc the lives of her three little
children. She had a fir built In th back
ysrd and th children were there undressed
and h was securing a knife to mshe a
human sacrifice when th police arrived,
having been notified by the neighbors.
This afternoon before the Insanity commi
elon she was declared Insane.
Bay Die of Wean.
Guv' Fisher, svared ll years, of Gordon
Grove, who shot himself at tK TentF
street In thl city Tuesday, died at Mrrc
hospital today from the bullet wound
Delia Berry, ed 16, of Garden Grove,
with Whom Fisher was madly In love and
on whase account he Is believed to have
committed suicide, cam to the hoJfpltal
and was with him when he died. The
famtlie had tried to keep thm apart solely
because of their youth. Letters from the
girl breathing an ardent affection for him
wer found among his effects. The glil I
claim nothing she or her parents did could
hav caused hlni to shoot himself and
thinks there Is some other reason. The
boy refused to dlvuhre any.
La Follette Commend loeraaa.
In Ml Ayr today Senator I.a Follette
delivered his first speech since congress
Adjourned. He said the tariff bill would
hav been defeated If th democrats had
hot voted for It He claimed the average
is higher than the IMngley rate and com
mended Dolllver and Cummins for their
Deserter Attack Herareaat.
In Attempting to capture four deserters
of Troup O. Second cavalry. Sergeant
Breen was badly beaten. The sergeant had
no run. The four deserters attacked him
and then ran. The deserters were Albert
Hatxberger, Walter Mohney, George Fousl
and James Mile.
Bo ne to Make Exhibit.
Boone will be the only city In Iowa that
makes a city exhibit at the state fair this
year. The Boon Commercial-club has se
cured on of the Implement buildings on
the grounds and Is prepared to mak a fine
display. Still more, the club has arranged
for the people of Boone to come to the
gToundr Monday with a brass band at the
head of th procession. They propose to
come In such style that everyone on the
grounds will know that they are there.
There are many - manufactures In Boone
and In addition to exhibits from each of
the, the club w-fll hav an exhibit show
Ing the possibilities and advantages of
Boone as A business and commercial center.
-- Steaosrrapber oa tae Grass.
Three young women stenographers occu
pied a cool place on the grass under the
trees on the state grounds today arid Air
the fore of ' Ihe state government could
not dislodge them. There was no particular
reason for dislodging them, as they were
not hurting th grass any, but an old rule
was ' discovered whereby everyone must
"keep off th gras," so th custodian sent
Chief of Police Cox to tell them to mpve
on. They told Cox to tell the custodian to
move on himself. Then th custodian went
down himself to talk to them, but the
stenographers didn't budge. After they
"got good and ready" and It came tlm to
go back to work after the noon hour they
got off the grass.
Police Arrest Wire Tapper.
Fred Parmcnter, arrested at this place,
Is beheved by the police to be at the head
of A gang of wire tapper who got advance
information on the bas ball games of the
Western league by tapping telegraph wires
and then placed bets on "sure things,"
fleecing A lot of sports out of their money.
Wife of Seventeen
Asks a Divorce
Siyi Husband Had Eer Sign A way
Dowry Eights for Hundred
and Fifty Dollar.
CKKSTON. la.. Aug ll.-8peclal An
action for divorce which waa filed In ilia
district court yesterday by Mra. Ma
Shields of Afiun presents some rathr un
usual and sensational feature. Th plain
tiff in th vase is a girl of only 17 year,
while her husband Is a well-knwn auc
tioneer of 42, who ha been married three
Using his e pencil, e In such affair, tt Is
alleged, he had his wife sign afl agreement
to rrnource her dowry light Ja htsrprup
erty Ih consideration of a sura C lis htt
they were married Mrs. Bhr4d how k
that the court set this contract aside In
view- of her tender year and lack of rx
pcfienc and grant her alimony tn th um
i f 24.000. She ' chars; es that- her husband
has applied vile epltlsfts to ber and ctrcu
.ated stories Against her virtue. Mrs.
shields brought action in the courts last
year, but was persuaded by her "huaband tn
m: ti r i,x tr actio mm r
Telephone t'nmpaay 4t Oat sm
FORT DODGE, la., Aug 12. tSpeclal
Telegram.) The third act In th Straet
Railway against the City war Is supplied
by the Fort Dodge Telephone company.
Which secured an Injunction today against
the street railway.' alleging unlawful cut
ting and destruction of telephone . wires
of the plaintiff and other damage. Power
was shut off also, and work car on th
new line th railway company Is attempt
ing to place against the city's wishes were
Stopped abruptly for lack of power. A
healing is set for Friday.
Floor Setae! at Naaratlae,
MUSCATINE, la., Aug. 11 -Th United
States government today seised a carload
of flour her under th charge of a viola
tion of tha pure food and drug act, because
the flour was bleached. Orders cam from
Secretary of Agriculture Wilson and Artor
new General Wickesharn. This Is to be a
Blar Fatr at Coral n sr.
CORNING, la., Aug. n. Special ) Com
mencing Monday and lasting four days,
Corning is looking forward to the biggest
fair In the history of Adams county. Good
purse are offered for the racing program
and a good list of base ball games Is also
Wood Alcohol Is Fatal.
WATERLOO, la , Aug. 11 (Special Tele
gram.) William Con s. A barber, suicided
by drinking wood alcohol afler A prolonged
spree. His companion, William Kennedy,
will probably die from the sans cause.
Gilbert Soceeed-s Brer.
IOWA CITY, la., Au. 11 (Special.) Th
state university college of law gets back a
former professor as a result of th Appoint
ment of the State Board of Education made
thla week. Prof. Barry Gilbert succeeds to
the post made vacant by the death of Prof.
Lawrence M. By era, professor of pleading
and practice In th college of law. Prof.
Gilbert haa been at the University of Illi
nois for th lAst two years, to which place
he went from th university here. His re
turn is marked by A substantial advance in
salary. Whit her h was one of th most
popular professors which th coll eg has
Maaat Aabara Boy Drowaeo.
A LOON A, la., Aug. :12.-8peclal.) Clar
ence Schnore, aged A whose parent reside
at Mount Vernon, la.. was drowned wHU
bathing in the De Mulrtea river At this
piece. H could hot swim -
Ckamberlaln to Be Baried katsrAay.
; WATERLOO. Ia., Aug. . 11 '- "pedal Tele
gram.) Tht body 'of .A, P. Chamberlain,
who committed suicide in Dos Moinn yes
terday, reached Waterloo tonight for
The Baltimore Sl Oki :.allra4.
Low round trip fare from Chit ago ui
New York City. Atlantic City. Boston and
other eastern destinations during .'uly,
August and September, 1WK. Return limk
thirty flays. Stop-overs at PIUsburK.
Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia
For Information address W. A. Preston.
T. P. A., 44 Clark St., or B. N. Ausiil.
O. P. A., Chicago.
A reward of (10 will be paid for the con
viction of any per-on who remove th
shoe laces from eur street car cards now
In the cars or tha mutilation of th cArds
In Any way.
F. P. KIRKENDALL 4V CO,
t ra-ndell Bask Roabea. . :
ABERDEEN. S. D.. Aug. HlSpoclal
Telegram.) At 1:10 this morning four
yeggmen robbed th safe of th bank at
Crandell, 8. D., of ILOOO and escaped.
A Total Bellpoe
of the functions of stomach, liver, kidneys
and bowfels Is quickly disposed of with
Electric Bitters. bOc Sold by Beaton Drug
If you hav anything to sell or trad
and want quick action, advertise It hi Th
Be Want Ad. columns.
DEPARTMENT OF THii LMtRlOR.
oltic of Indian Aflan a, ashing ion,
D. C bea-ted pioposal for itu.i.
District No. X. In the Cheyeun River li.
dian Reservation, &0UII4 Dakota, lor gra
lug purposes, eOJier under a leaae or L.
peruiit. will b roeiu at the ollice of u.i
Commissioner of Indiau Affairs, Was.,,
liiglun, D. C, unul U o'clock p. m., uu
Monday. August Su, 1K0, aud will be imme
diately there at Ler opened in tne presence
of such piaaers as may auena. snaps
shewing th location of th district and
all necessary information may be obtained
on application to tn Superintendent ot the
Cheenn River Indian school, Cneyenn
River Agency, South Dakota. R. O. Val
entin. Commissioner. JyZldJvl
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
office of Indian Affairs, Waablngton,
t. C, Sealed proposal for letting
graslng privileges on th Biackfeet lndlui
Reservation, Montana, under the permit
system, will be received at the office of
the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Wash
ing, D. C, until 2 o'clock, p. m.. on Mon
day, August HO. lnOit, and will be immed
iately thereafter opened In the presence
of such bidders as may attend. Maps
showing the location of th reservation
and all necessary Information may b ob
tained on application to th Superintendent
of th Black feet Indian school. Browning.
Mont R. O. Valentine, Commissioner.
SOUTH Dakota farm, ranch, mineral and
timber land tor saie or trade. 1 Mai acres
part irrigated larni, fine improvements, on
imi essi of Rapid City in Rapid River
vaiiey for sale or traUe. Bargaiu. Teil us
fully what )ou wish to buy. sell or trade.
Com west; mak money in land. Rep
resentatives wanted, larruera preferred.
Farrar At Jepsen. Rapid Ciiy. S. D.
Parlor, anting room, ditilng room and
llbiary or book room and kitchen, I bed
rooms and modern bath upstairs; large cel
lar Bncaea up ana cemented; outside cel-
larway; large furnace; lare new front'
and side porch; house newly painted and
la good order; lot auxUH; shade ireee; fruit
if""":. JrVZr7.crP"nl pve1 ' relinquishments. For
Z.-..Z1 . TJr. . . r- TV.' .. ' "-'" ; Hudson i-ana
UVMsw asjiit wwum irii KJV Vil . ' m , , 1
, ATEi. I ojj account of aickneaa would Ukc to
E7 N. T. Lit. I huiie. D L4. - svetl my relinquishment : rn my homestead.
van s ay i iax J-mrop bju , g. r have some iniproi ements near rail
road and good ce.griboi; U interested
pleas write. Address A Id, Be.
IF you are looking for an Investment tn
good cheap farm lands, you cannot afford
10 buy until you have aeon th lands 1
hav for sale in Stanley oeunty, S. D.
for tlliu to $u per sere; choice farm land
and located in a nice couutrv alo have
agency, MiAiaod, b. V.
FOI SALE 4-room. modern hous and
barn, ia fin rendition; brick walk and
shad tree, oa paved street; a snap -f
taxes at ot). Tel. Doug .as avis.
OUR next excursion to Huron August 17
, LATUKoP A TOBIN. Lew.
tscsa TfAAJt roua bats at aaa.
Vsa-iy gainag lsstwa Ateaarea, 'j-rta
Twe Aaya 00 the oewuilfui It Lajrreae
river aud la iiortsa ocaaa real 10
KoLhlns; aetter ee th Atlantic Uiaa out
linprea- V Irelea on all teneTe,
rtxat olaoa. MOj serosa. i,at e aiaae
Ask your ticket aent- or write fi
guga, ratea nd htek it
& B. BXBeAAfTJt. 4. Am
t3 BobAA Olarfe i
SAJUrrti JANUAJrr 20.IVIO j
to rladcirOpain xtcditcrrancan .Orknt
Costing ortiy4O0and up for 73dys
fru'5 Pept WKitg Star Lin WY eaf ynt,.
Three splendid trains a
day via The North Western
Line leave the Union Sta
tion, Omaha, at. 7:45 a. m.,
7:00 p. m. and 9:00 p. m.
J There are hundreds of cool northern
resorts in the woods and on the lakes
in Minnesota, Wisconsin and the Lake
Superior District Low vacation rates.
Tie Best of Everything
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