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THE TJEE: OMATIA. TUESDAY. AUGUST 17.
Real Estate Dealers.
r.KT A R8TRACT CO.. Kst. 14; prompt
ervlee; get eur priori, lfto Farnam Su
OANOEflTAD. 404 Bee H'd. Tel. D. 37.
PATNI 1NV. CO., ftmt floor N. T. Life
BENJAMIN R E. CO.. 477 Brandels Bldg.
REAL F.ST ATR TITLE-TRUST CO.
-HAS. K. WILLIAMSON. President,
C1TT FROrBRT Y FOR SaF.SE.
For Sale by Owner
j wMiiy-iwo ana one-hair acres near
0gla. Small payment flown, bslance ten
eJT' time. lmprovfrti'iiH: Five-room
house, bafrl for seven horses, milk holme,
well, etc. Tel. Harney lilt.
rls lance monthly, or to mult.
One-half block to oar.
' t' NOWATA MND A LOT CO,
Holi .'..'4 N. Y. Life HIBg.
'Phone Kid ki9V. Omaha, Neb.
FOR tfALIO Twn new -room houses
t ?M knr entries; tirletly modern. Call
and f v caipctutr or Pnono Douglas 2A9
l'till .ijnliK i (turns. Hat your real estate
for Mil.-, uiut exchange with me, no sale,
no pay. V.; VV . Mitchell, board of Trade
li dg,. ((mans. Ni b.
FOR SALE A four-acre pleoe of ground,
with house, barn and oilier outbuildings.
In iicinlimil Nebraska town, very rich Soil,
For ternih address Y TO. cur O-nalia Bee.
2514 Fowlei Ave. -Five large rooms, hard
wood i loots, niKdHiit except heat. I'rle
82.&WI. Very easy tt-rms.
Win rwier Ave All modern two-story
cottage, uRK floors -In tlvtng looms, three
large oearooms upstairs, u.ivea streets.
Price, 33.400, iiny let in.
2JI8 Fnwler ,i-,f 6-rom. all mod
ern hoose.. living rooms, hardwood floors;
corner I'nun. H,i00. Very ruey terms.
4711 N. Wih St. Stx-rnviii all modern
ho'tte. l'rii.e, tS.UM. Wry easy terms.
-A.'k BECKER CO.
Tel. Douglas 6819.
220 S. 17th St., Bee Bldg
BUY A LOT
' FOU THE 150 Y
In Hll.l.Sf'ALi:." II only takes a dollar
down hiiJ lhen $1 a e.'',C, without Interest,
l.ockitu 7 llocks wsst of Miller park. All
big lots, Mum ,md sightly Tin- advance of
tl.ccu lots Is' certain, (imulm l-i growing
the laxtesi In this diiectlon. Two years
ago Collier Place a a w lldei ness. On
yiur ao last spring Foft Vl T naie t
Mocks south) was a corn field. Nov both
are built tip with a large number of hew
homes. Price oil these lot $1M to $300,
nothing higher. $1 cash, $1 a we.-k, witriout
HASTINGS A HETDEN. M14 Harney ftl.
Wl 1.1. I'.U V Tins WEEK
the southwest corner of t5th and Charles
Stx. 6)11 J feet, with cottage of seven
louiiie, modem enuept furnace. Th prlca
has been reduced within a few weeks
fruln- 4,1M to effect quick sal. W. H.
Griffith, ISZ1 Chicago Hi. Tel. Douglas
4 f 9 .
S. 17TH, CLOSE IN
7-R00M, FULL LOT
neiu pier niontn. Very easy terms.
NOWATA LAND AND L
fcune Z4 N. Y, Life Bldg.
Phon Hed VJH,
Third Prize. Story
' " WANT
By Katherln Jena. Fremont, Neb.; father
Is C W. Jena, last teacher was Mis
Murrell, North echoot; aged 1J year;
passed into sitth A.
GOOD girl for general housework
family of two.Jackson. Tel. H.
Alice Arnold sat by the window with her
elbow on th sill and her chin in her
- hands, casing out on the rainy street,
uddenly the dobf opened and a breeay
volo said, "I heard you wer looking for
employment, so Just to help you out I
have brought you today's Bee. So many
peopl find mployment through this paper,
1 am euro you can, too." Alice looked up
and recognised the little woman who
roomed across th hall from her. "Thank
yon. Mrs. Blake," the answered, "1 must
conf. .h i was about ready to give up In
(li spulr. for It seem nobody needs help, and
T have become utterly discouraged," and
was hurriedly looking over th "want
ads" when her eye caught th above para
graph. "Why, here' Just th thing," She
exclulmed; "I think I'll apply for It right
"Oh. no, my dear." protested Mr. Blake,
"I couldn't think of allowing you to go
out Into th rain, so sit down and we'll
have a tlttl chat and you can tell me
bout youre1f." Bo AUo told how her
mother had died when she (Alice) was a
baby, and her father Wat killed In a rail
way accident but two years before this
story. "I hav an aunt living," ah went
on. "a far a I know, my only living
relative, but I hav never been able to
find her. This la her plotur.
The next morning Alice set out to find
the place. It proved to be a targe tton
bouse, set some distance back from th
treat She rang th bell and the door
was opened by a stately butler, who ush
ered her into th large drawing room,
whee th wa greeted by th dearest old
lady, with soft, wavy hair. A toon as
, Alio' eye fell on her th gar little
cry. "Aunt Nettle, hav f found you at
"Why. Alice, my dear child, but how did
you know w lived here?"
Thn Alio told her th tory of hr past.
Uf and ber effort to find ber unt. "And.
Just think, it was all don by on 1UU
. 'want ad" in Th Omaha Be."
rrTTTQ t'Tvinv ttab mvQTTirprn f iiTTn nr'QT' cwt tv
, LAST WEEK AND THE
citt morKHTY roH
HALF ACHE LOTS
THE MOST convenient
Half acre lota around Omaha. Be aura
to let ua hw you our
Home Acres Addition
three him-ki m-t nt Foil Omaha. Con
venient to both the Atne avenue and
Florence car lltiea.
J net the place for thicken raisin f
Price $3j0 to $4UU Lacu
Terms, $10 Cash; $10 a Month
1614 Harney St.
FOR HALE, a five room house, almost
new end three lote. City water, bath,
electric light, eouth front. In an excellent
location on car line. Well ert to fruit.
rhrubery and chad trees. Will sell at a
bargain. D. Omaha Bee, Co. Bluffs, I.
-ROOM house, 8023 Marcy St., for sal
by Geo. F. wooiey, ow w. o. w. Biog.
Ralance SIS per month.
Now rented at llli per mouth
Near car I
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite C24 N. Y. Life Uldg.
Phone Red '10. Omaha, Neb,
FOR SALE-F.lecant lot Wxltt ft. sc.
cor. 2nth and Qrant Bis. Write for prlca
nl tenns to F. II. Kappln, .Mllwadkea,
BOULEVARD HOUSE, 24l North 19th
St., 9-rooms, modern, only eZ,M. Thomas
Urennan, Room 1, New York Life Bldg.
FARM AND HAACH LAID rOR 1ALB
FOR SALE Number good relinquish
ments In Crown Creek Valley, Colo., three
miles from town, good water twelve to
forty feet Also flue deeded land, Ad-
icis L., Box 60, Carson, iostv
Idaho Carty Act Land.
Now open for entry In the chotenst
agricultural section of the northwest.
Th llmkt nivr VllUv iHh., MikA
state tiovernninnt Kunrreialon.
For fre Information on Irrigated Land
Writ C tltirit PaI.a Mah. I
Iowa. . .
Over Blx Hundred Acres. '
Th Kelsoy Farm, -Monona
County, Castana, la.
Full partloulars'and tenna.
Howard D. Uordon, Haiardvllle, Conn.
NtCE. smooth, well Imoroted farm in
Nodaway county, Missouri; price. Iti6 to $100
per acre, just as good as you can buy In
western Iowa or eastern Nebraska at 1(W
iu tun. snuui nines, nopxina, mo.
finto farm cheap
332 acre looated within two miles of good
iuwii. an goou nara son, lays gently roll-
ing, well improved, 201) acres In cultiva-
lion. dhi. in nay ana pasture; this Is one
of the best farms In Nanco Co., and will
and must be sold at once: wa ara nfrae.
In 9 this at a bargain; write ua for price
ana irrnis. uwu-AnartWI CO., 4ZZ XV. T.
640--S5 PER ACRE
Have ynu noticed thO Increase' in ulu
nu prices gi isna in western Nebrsj.ua
during the last few years? W believe this
aim ia m ,nr goou liivesinisnu 11 ua
tell you about It
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite 624 N. T. Life Bldg.
Phone Red Omaha, Nab.
A SNAP 4S0-acre wheat, corn and alfalfa
rarm; w acres nog tight; good Improve
ments; $36 per acre. J. T. Campbell, Utch-
lMfltoviED farm, 120 acres, IS miles
from Omaha, $7.50 per acre. $20 less than
tana adjoining; not Haled with any. agent;
w iniui uiaiion inquire at 04 I. 4lst St.
i none narney alia.
WRITER WAS AWARDED
; REAL ESTATE
FAltM AM) HAM II LA.NU FOR SALE
m ACRES well trrprored land. Re
River Vallrr. Minnesota. Nothing better
ti earth. Ml per cre. F. t. MuMahea,
fcndieolt u Paul Minn.
OUT THET OO TO HATNF9 AND
MOTT, ADAM 3 AND HETTINGER
COUNTIES, NORTH DAKOTA, to buy our
lew-priced land and st the big crops ef
Dollar wnat: new raliroada building and
new towna, where new hotel and business
houses are needed, fee Wm. li. Brown
Co.. Hayiws, Adamt County, Nortia' Dakota,
ror mapsna facta,
SOUTH Dakota farm, ranch, mineral and
timber land for eaie or trade. 1.808 acres.
part Irrigated farm, fine Improvements, on
mil e si o( tupia city in riaaia Kiver
valley for pale or trade. Bargain. Tell us
filly what you wish .to buy, sell or traae.
ome west; make money In land. Hep-
resentatlvea wanted, farmers preferred.
Farrar & Jepsen, Rapid City, S. D.
FOR SALE S20-acre farm, 160 acres under
cultivation; good buildings, Rood well, on
line of new railroad; price, $J per aore;
carry 14,000. Writ W. N. Van Camp, High-
more, S. L.
IF you are looking for an Investment In
good cheap farm lands, you cannot afford
to buy until you have seen the lands l
have for sale in Stanley county. B. D.,
for 112 M to $15 per acre; choice farm land
and loiated In a nice country, also have
relinquishments. For Information writ
Hudson Land agency. Midland, S. D.
ON account of sickness would like to
Sell my relinquishment In my homestead,
8. D. ; hav some Improvements near rail
road and good neighbor; If Interested
please write. Address A 226. Bee.
Kfl ACRES of Improved Texas land, I
miles from Alvln, for sale at a bargain
price. For particular writ to Box US,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$100 to $10,009 mad promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wad Bldg., 18th and rarnaro.
Mm to l.i (MO on home In Omaha. O' Keefe
Real Estate Co.. 1001 N. Y. Life. Doug, or
MONET TO Lf)AK Payne Invesment Co.
FIVE PER CENT MONET
to loan on
Omaha Ruslness Property.
Room 1, New York Life Bldg.
UJUivin nnoo., o,o .-. . inc. uw iv,
taoo.wO on Improved property. No delay,
I WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Famam Smith & Co., 13-M r arnam si
WANTED City loans. Peter Trust Co,
PAYNE. BOSTWICK A CO.. N. Y. Lit
Private money, $uO0 to $6,000; low rat.
SECOND MORTGAGE loans neKotloted.
Apply Booms 417-18 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Ben rnone, uougias mis.
LOWEST RATES Beir.ls. Brandels Bldg,
REAL ESTATE WANTED
When writing to advertiser remember
it onlv takes a stroke or two of the pen
to mention the fact that you law th ad
In Th Bee.
WANTED to buy 5 or -room, modern or
n&rtlv modern house In vood neighbor
hood; will pay up to $3,403. Want a place
before Sept. 1st. Address P-l40.careB.ee.
WANTED TO BUY
Bert nrlca paid for second-hand furni
ture, carpets, cioines ana snoes. lei. uoug
BALTIMORE 2d-nand store pays best
price 2d-hand furniture, clothes, etc. D. 4'.tJo.
ttKST nrlna nald for Id-hand furhltur.
I invu nloihlne. W. Hoaenblatt. Tel. L. 6.01.
WANTED TO BUT Western unimproved
land : sena full oartlculars In first letter.
P. O. Box 172. Co. Bluffs. Ia.
PR1NCIPAL8HIP by University graduate.
Three years' experience teaching. Bust
references and testimonials. Address Box
724 Hartlngton. Neb.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
C. II. Lane and wife to O. F. Loomls,
lot 10. block IS, Kountze Place.... 8,000
C. M. Pullman and wife to Gust I
Hamel et al., lot 2, block 10, im
provement Association add . 634
Nellie M. Garland and husband to
L. R. Kramer, s7 feet of W47.66
feet of nV4 lot 4. Perkins sub 1
J. F. Jackson and wife to W. A.
Harris and wife, lot 1 and 9, block
4, Monmouth park 2,150
A, C. Andersen and wife to Laura
M. Campbell, und4-U of W'H lot 4, i
block ' K," bliinn's 1, lot L
Latey's tub, and e30 feet lot 16 and
18. block 8. Patrick's I add 2
Laura M. Campbell to Agnes C.
Andersen, same , I
J. H. Wright and wife to V. H. Roos -
et al., w60 feet of 4W feet lot 16,
Barteltt' add 1.000
loary O. Andrews to B. T. Rector,
lot t and part 9, block 10, Bemla
C. E. Stubbs and wit to M. E.
Arnold, lota 4 and 6, Fort View
Highland Realty Co. to Thomas W.
illbbs, lots 19 to 23, block 2, 1st
add to Central Park 260
Maiden Investment Co. to Guy C.
Ellis, lota 8 and 9, block 8, Hills
First Qerman Society Methodist
Episcopal church to First English
Evangelical Lutheran church, lot
7, block t. South Omaha $.875
Carrie C. McCleary and husband to
P. A. Johnson, lot 6, Muller &
Blumle's add 400
P. A. Johnson to F. H. Miller, same 4O0
Anton Kish and wife to G. A.
Ecklea, lot Zi, tub-dlv out, lot 1,
block 2. Smithfield 1
T. B. Tomb dud wife to C. D. Arm
strong, lot 1. block 3ul, Omaha.. 23.000
C. D. Armstrong and wife to J. M.
Daugherly. sama 23.(2C
Marie L. Dorat-y to A. Johnson, lot
16, block 11, Patrick s 8 M0
County Treasurer to same, sstne
Mary H. Cosgrov to Thomas Shan
non at al.. lot 8. block 2151. Omaha io)
Maglo City Realty Co. to Lulhuanlan
national Horn Club, lota 8 and 4,
Shlttlesy' tub t0
O. Mosher and wife to Peter Meh-
rens and wife, part tub lot 6, tax
lot 26, 16-16-13 1 000
Olive Hamilton and husband t G.
B. Lasbury, n lot 22, Glenwood
Florence Co. to Samuel L. Laird,
s30 feet lot 11, and nlO feet lot 14,
block 1. Vanderoook Terrace " 1 son
C. W. Hayes and wlf to Byron R.
Hastings, lot 1, Clark Place .... io
Chaj'les W. Lyman and wife to
lUchard D Toung, lot 4, block 4,
Lyman Place too
Georgia M. Her and husband to
Oeorg B. Darr, lot 8. block 7J,
A. F. Anderson to Effl J. Luckett,
lot 6, block S, Maxwell add too
State National Bank to William A.
Wagner, lot 68, supplemental sub
of Klllstone Park Place ioO
Thomas McMahon to Mary A.
McUahon, lot 10, block 7, Jetter
R- H. Trtmbl and wlf to Jessie v
Parshall, til feet lot 49 and uil
feet lot 60, Reet Place 4,10
T. H. H. Brownie and wlf to
Sophia M. Mathews, lot 18, block
2. Washington Hill goo
C. Oeorge Carlberg and wife to
William McWIlllama, lot 14, block
21. Walnut Hill ,60
Oeorge li. Dunsoomba and wlf to
Edw. F-rtekson, lot 1L block
7, Jetter a add 1,000
rauuiie r ob pis 11 ana nusnand to M.
W. McNeil and wife, w4v feet lot
8, Maloney' add i.J0
u nu k r usgeraid to Mary Clark
and husband, lot 18, block 4.
Albrights Annex 300
l niteo investment Co. to Ralston
rownslte Co, nH sei 11-14-13 ... 1S.00O
rutiston -rownslte Co. to Ralston
Realty Co.. at) acre ill aeU 11.
OFFICE OF THE " CONSTRUCTING
Quartermeeter. Cheyenne. Wyoming, Au
gust 11th, ISO. Stt-nlrd proposals. -In tripli
cate, will be received at this office untU
30 a. m , moiintslti time. Mondny, AugiiHt
Sflth, 19". and thfn epnr 1n public, for
Construction of Steel Fences for Corrals
at Fort D. A. Russell. Wyoming, end for
th necessary grading connected therewith.
Price for eacn to he- stau-d si'pitraiely.
Blank forms, plans and specifications and
full information will be given on applica
tion at this office. Flans and specif icstums
will also be on file In the office of: Chief
Quartet master. Department of Colorado
Denver. Colorado; Chief Quartermaster,
Department of the Missouri, Omaha. Ne
braska, and In the office of the secretary
of Builders' F.Kchange, St. Paul, Minn. The
Uovernment reserves the right to accept
or reject any or all bids or any part there
of. Knvelopea containing proposals should
be Indorsed "Proposals for fcit-el Fences
at Fort D. A. Russell, Wyoming." and ad
dressed to Captain V. K. Hart, 15lh In
fantry, Acting yuartermaster, U. B. Army.
Room t, Keefe Hall. Cheyenne, W staining.
PROPOSALS FOR EQUIPAGE, DEPOT
Quartermaster's Office, Third and Oliver
streets, St. Louis, Mo., August 14, lnos.
Sealed proposals In triplicate, subject to
the usual conditions, will be received here
until 11 o'clock noon. Central time, August
24. lDOD. and then opened, for furnishing and
delivering at U. 8. Clothing Depot, .Second
and Areeual streets. St. Louis, Mo., or
Philadelphia, New Y'ork 'or Washington
Depot, ai.ouo trunk lockers and b'JO tieid
desks. The right Is reserved to reject or
accept any or all proposals or any part
thereof. Preference will be given to articles
of domestic manufacture, conditions of
quality and price (incluunig in price of for
eign productions or. manufacture the duty
thereon) being equal, standard samples
can be seen at and blanks for proposals
and full Information will be furnished
upon application to this office. Envelopes
containing proposals to ba indorsed "Pro
posals lor ,iuipae to oe opened 12 noon,
August 24, 1WM. ' Captain V . M. Coulling,
U. t. Army, Depot Quartermaster.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
office of Indian Affairs, Washington,
D. C, Scaled proposals for letting
District No. 2. In tho Cheyenne Kiver In
dian Reservation, South Dakota, for grax-
lng purposes, either under a leaae or by
permit, will be received at the office of ttie
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Wash
ington. D. C, until 2 o'clock p. m.. on
Monday, August 30, 190D, and will be imme
diately thereafter opened ui the presence
of sucn Diauers as may anena. Aiaps
showing the location of the districts and
all necessary information may be obtained
on application to the Superintendent of th
Cheyenne River Indian school, Cheyenne
River Agency, aoutn uagota. it- u. val
entine, Commissioner. Jy21d30i
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
office of Indian Anairs, Washington.
D. C . Sealed proposals for letting.
grating privileges on the Blackfeet India?
Reservation, Montana, under the permit
system, will be received at the office of
the commissioner or inaian Aiiairs, vvasn
Ing, D. C, until 2 o'clock, p. m., on Mon
day. August 30, 103, 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 he ob
tained on application to the Superintendent
of the Blackfeet Indian school, Browning,
Mont R. Q. Valentine. Commissioner.
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AFFAIRS AT SOTM 01IL
Hot Weather Keepi Many Awy
from the. Gun Club Ehott. ,
GOLF AT THE COUNTRY CLUB
Srores In Cop t'ompetltloa
Mark Improvement Ante
the tialfers at tbe
The shoot at the South Omaha Gun club
lost some of its usual Interest on account
of the great heat of yesterday afternoon.
The smallest turnout of the season wvi re
corded. Those who were there, howevr,
enjoyed considerable sport. Under the regu
lations governing the competition. Sokoloskl
won the medal of the day and Boy ; the
Dupont trophy. 4ome good scormj eras
done and the uerae was about up to
the usual figures. The following are the
scores made In the competition tor twen-ty-flve
. ITCllnehard 22
. 17 Hughes 1
. V BritKs 17
. l: Boyle 20
. 16Sokoloskl ..
I Olliweckl ...
The South Omaha Country club golfers
qualified yesterday in a handicap tourna
ment for the Sherwood cup. The Iwai ol
the day kept a number from the competi
tion, but sixteen men entered. The mem
bers who won places Were Laverty, Mimn,
Wallker, Marling, Plnnell, W. A. Cox,
W. B. Cheek and Corey Bulla.
Eighteen holes were played undr the
rules for medal play, and the winners will
play next Sunday. The winner of each
match vi ill remain In the competition. This
will shorten the competition, which Is nec
essary as there are several other cups lo
be played for. The following is the score
made In the qualifying round:
Mann 82Keliogg 9
Weppner . MO'Nell 100
Kollln son. 1-hock m
Fitzgerald WJTanner HO
Bulla 78 Dr. cox ti
W. B. Cheek hS Laverty M
Wallker SBCulkin 82
Marling 82 b. well M
The scoring on the qualifying round was
much better In this competition than In
the previous matches.
In addition to the above competlon, the
prizes for the day were won by Corey
Bulla and Dr. W. A. Cox.
Next Sunday the Council Bluffs team is
Masrlc City Gossip.
F,. V. Arnold Is recovering slowly from
the fracture of his kroe cap.
Jetter's Gold Top Beer delivered to any
part of the city. Telephone No. 8.
Charles Bone has accepted a position with
the commission firm of Benton, VanSant
Charles Mahl has returned from a trip
to Amsterdam, New York City and other
eastern points. "
An Ice cream social Is to be held on
the lawn of the residence of J. L. Duff
The city council meets this evening In
regular session. The general , levy ordi
nances will be Introduced.
Elsie Hugglns, aged 2S, died suddenly
Sunday morning of heart trouble. The fu
neral will be held Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dowley have re
turned to Kalisas City after a visit With
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Garratt
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Cooper have gone to
Denver and will visit Salt I.r.ke City be
fore returning to South Omaha.
A. Madsen, 2318 N street, reported yes
terday that someone had-broken Into his
lunch stand and taken many articles of
Oscar ' Moffett wa charged by his
fiancee, Miss Minnie Nance, with taking
til of her savlntrs. . Moffett was accord
ingly arrested and charged 1 with grand
Dr. W. J. McCrann has been confined
to his bed for three days by. a sore foot.
T.ie affection Is such as to require surgical
attention, two operation nave Deen per
for Auto Row
Buick Company to Hare Headquarters
on Perkins Property West of
Another garage Is' to be uUiit 'on "auto
mobile row" on Farnam street. The Perkins
estate has been making arrangements
through the Byron Reed company for th
sale of two frame houses In the middle of
the block between Nineteenth, and Twen
tieth, and will erect two story brick build
lng for the Bulck company. Th property
Is owned by the heir of Charles E. Per
kins, for nerly president of the Burlington,
There is a considerable divergence of
opinion as to the effect of these garages
on realty values. It is admitted that from
an architectural standpoint torn of th r
cent "humpbacked" constructions hav not
been a gain. On the other hand they are
well paying Investments, aid the large
number of them arguea money to spend
and SB an advertisement of wealth they
At any rate the garage now announced
will not bear any antiquated frame build
lng on It back.
FOUR SHOTS RANG OUT.
N0B0DYHIT BY THEM
Refnaal of a Cigarette to Lady Set
Carter to Shooting; at
Harry Pointer asserts that Robert Carter
fired four shot at him Monday noon just
because Pointer refused to give Pearl
Moore cigarette. Pointer also avers that
Mrs. Carter first Jabbed him over the eye
with a fork. The police are looking for
Carter, who, like the other, It colored
The fracas happened at 842 South Twenty-
fourth it reet.
SIDEWALK SLEEPERS FREED
Police Jada-e Merciful to Men Ar
rested for Reclining; in Jef
Cleveland and Columbus, O. ; Springfield
and Galesburg, 111., and Shreveport, La.
contributed seven names to the police
court docket. They were J. V. Synatt, Ed
Lyttle. H. W. Conwell, Earl Bearry, Paul
Gilbert, John Davis and C. Mendenhall
Their owner were arrested early Monday
morning for sleeping on sidewalks In tb
vicinity of Jefferson square. To Judge
Crawford the men declared th hot weather
drove them out-of-door and they thought
It was a shame they had been arrested
The judge had a feeling of sympathy for
them and turned them loose.
DELAWARE FJDR GOOD CORN
Associativa rraed There to Paah
Interest of Other Crops
Delaware has fallen into line and organ
ized a state corn raisers' association, with
Alexander P. Corbett of Odessa as th vie
president "That th stale 1 taking an in
terest in something o.her than th peach
cicp is strong evidence of the growth and
vigor of th good Corn idea
At the Theaters
'Mhadow4 By Three" at Ihn Krua.
The wetther man to the contra: y not-'
withstanding, there was a rrji:f" of bitter !
things at the -Krug last night, for It
marked ihe opening of th f'l season ami
gave assutanc thai col diy are on the
wsy. ven though then n.ay 1.0 som. il l.i j
"Shadowed by Three" wss the hill, and
the old-time Krug audi ice W on hand
to welcome the return of melodrama, 10
Jeer th villain and cheer the hero.
"Shadowed by Three" has some good
points In Its favor, fiiete is inn. li firing
of blank cartridges, fjr Ynmlm; Is tl-.e
scene of one of the acts, im; nlweys when
too much blood Is being split the nut!or
has been kind enough to relieve tin tension
by enough comedy to allow the au.llence
to draw a breath.
A number of specialties. Inililinn some
pleasing singing, add much to the perform
ance. Mixed Pro ; ram nt the Rarwnnd.
There are many good things to be seen
at th Rurwood this week, but probably
none of them will make more of a hit than
Miss Hlgglns' new song as timely as va
cation time Itself, "My Wife's Gone to the
Country." - With so many Omaha families
away for the summer with the head of the
house hard t work to provide the funds
and sacking an hour's solace at the thea
ter, the song took in an Instant and will
be one of the features of the week.
The vaudeville Is good. Copeland and
Coy do some sidewalk patter and wooden
shoe dancing which Is equal to the best,
and although the work may be hard In
such weather they Rive no evidence of It.
Franzmathet and Lewis do some crack
work with rifles and Frank Whitman in
blackface causes many laughs.
Of the moving pictures probably the most
Impressive Is the legend of the wandering
Jew, shown In a succession of wonderful
There ar number of comedy pictures
and the iterroptlcon gives views of Paris.
Next week is announced as the last of the
summer program, as the fall season will
begin Immediately thereafter.
Down Where the Cotton Blossoms
flrew" at the Air Dome,
The Charles Breckenrldge Ftock company
opened last night at the Alrdome for .a
month's engagement, and to judge from
the crowd and the reception they received
they Will preve acceptable substitutes for
the Hlllman stock, which made that open
air playhouse so popular during the mid
The play last night was a drama of
southern life, "Dowti Where the Cotton
Blossoms Grow," written by Mr. Hreck
enrldge. The play Is pleasing throughout
and has the attractive quality of keeping
the audience In doubt as to the outcome
until the end of the last art.
Beaumont CJaxton Is leading man and his
work last night was good. The leading
woman, Miss Agnes Archer, has an ex
cellent voice and. thoroughly understands
her parts. The play was well staged and
will rjjn -until Thursday, when there will
be a change of bill.
Judge Kennedy Settles War Between
Husband and Wife in Juve
"I do not take these children from you
because both of you parents have drunk
beer In their presence, for If I established
this rule many, many homes in Omaha
would be broken Up, but I take them away
In the belief that in their absence both of
you parents may learn to ba more con
siderate of them and give them a better
home If I decide to give them back to
This waa the decision of Judge Kennedy
sitting in Juvenile court Monday morning
in a case brought by Henry Harris against
hit wlf for th recovery of their two
little girl. -The complaint charged the
defendant with not being a proper person
to bring tip the children and the defendant
made a like charge against the complain
ant, each stating that the other had drunk
beer In the presence of the children. Nu
merous witnesses supported both sides.
The children -were remanded to the
temporary custody .of Alfred 3. Petersen,
brother of the defendant.
Daniel McAvoy, a lad of 15, who was ac
cused of stealing 820 from his mother, but
against ." whom Ihe mother refused to
testify, wa parolled to Rev. Xohn Fltx-
Patrick. Clarence Christopher, accused of
stealing 80 from the Lightning Messenger
Service, was parolled to his guardian, Mrs.
Cella Troter, 1918 Paul street. Christopher
went to Denver ' with the money Intent
upon becoming a prize fighter, but later
changed his mlndi returned of his own
accord, surrendered to the probation of
ficer and confessed the theft.
KING MUST STAND TRIAL
IN OMAHA FOR LAND FRAUD
Lawyer Hare Succeeded In Delaying;
Case fur Let Time, bat Removal
Order Finally Eatered.
A telegram w received by Special As
slstant United States Attorney General
Ruth Monday morning from Carson, Nev.,
etatlng that an order of removal had been
Issued by United States District Judge E.
S. Farrington in th case of Lawrence E,
King, to the Nebraska federal Jurisdiction,
to stand trial in th Chicago Ranch land
fraud cases. . -
Lawrence J2. King wa jointly Indicted
with his brother, "Policy" Patrick King, of
Chicago, and F. S. Balrd at Omaha on th
chaige of conspiracy to defraud the gov
ernment oat of title, use and possession to
large tract of land In Sioux county, In
what wa known as the Chicago Ranch
deal. Balrd wa given separate trial In
the cas and wa convicted about year
ago. Ha appealed th case, which 1 still
Th case against the two Kings was de
layed on account of th difficulty In aecur
lng service on Lawrence E. King. Dilatory
tactic were employed by King' attor
neys, and th order of removal wa re
peatedly defeated by appeal. It now ap
pear that .King ha lost out completely
and he will hav to appear for trial In
BOY FALLS FROM STREET CAR
Robert Yoaaa? Taken Heme with Arm
ad Lac Serloasly la
jared. Robert Toung. a messenger boy, fell off
street car at Dodge and Eighteenth
street Monday about 1 p. m. and seriously
Injured an arm and leg. He wm takes to
hi torn at 1734 Dodge ttreet
to Be Owned by
City is Planned
Judje Enki Says Omaha Should
Have Public Place for Sports
Jinlge Berks, cournilman from the First
WBivl, Is about to make a bid for fains
by advocating the purchase of a block or
two of ground near the center of the city
for a rerrellon park where sports of
various kinds can be Induged In. and where
there shall be no sigim: "Keep off tho
1:1 ass. The Jude has spoken to a number
of business men about his scheme, he
says, and has everywhere received words
of encouragement. Ills next mote will be
to bring the metier to the attention of the
council and the Hoard of Park Commis
sioners. "My Idea Is tliTs." ssld Judge flerka. "A
block of ground, or larger If possible, in
the center of the city, rhould be bought at
once before values go any hlrher, and this
ground set aside exclusively for recreation
purposes. 1 would have the city own It and
receive revenue from 11. and then have all
outdoor events on this city recreation park.
Circuses would pitch their tent there,
Sampson would hold his annual Ak-Sar-Hen
carnival In the pork, base ball games
and other athletic events would be pulled
off there, and, In short, the park would
be truly a place of recreation. Other cities
have parks of this kind. It Is up to Omaha
to get one, and the sooner the better, on
account of the rapid rise In real estate
"Did not the last platforms declare for
wholesome and healthy amusements for
the people? Well, here you have It, but
I do not propose this recreation park for
political reasons, but from a humanitarian
standpoint. Look at Jefferson square. It
has been a God send to thousands of poor
people living In the tenements, My recrea
tion park would do more good than Jef
Tho Judge said It . would probably be
necessary to go to th legislature and get
permission to votn bonds to buy ground
for a recreation park, as the Hoard of
Park Commissioners Is not empowered to
buy land for parks of this character.
Heat Affects the
Brains pf Four
That Many Husbands Before Police
Judge for Abusing1 Wives
Judge Crav.ford has come to the conclu
sion that hot weather makes men ieei
mean toward their wWcb and In some In
stances beat them. He decided that Mon
day, when four husbands were brought
before him for abusing their wives.
William Baker, 1131 North Eighteenth
street, who "am an actor," chased his
wife all around a city block with a razor
Sunday night. He told Judge Crawford
that he "Just couldn't help It. The heat
done hurt my brain." The Judge put a
crimp In his pocketbook with a 310 fine.
Isaac Turner, another negro, living at 1609
Cuming street, broke up the furniture In
his house and struck his wife with a
broom. Mrs. Turner told the Judge that
her husband hud a "bralu storm from the
hot weather." He wa assessed 85 for the
benefit of peace.
John Kane, 1941 South Eleventh street.
drove his family from their home with an
axe. His wife did not appear against
him, and he said he had been "unsettled
by the heat." He was discharged.
James Fleming, 124ti South Fourteenth
street, repeated the stunt pulled off by
Isaac and broke up all hla furniture and
beat his wife. She did not appear against
him and he was discharged.
PRAYS THAT HIS LETTERS
MAY GO SAFELY ON WAY
Elderly Stranger (jets Down on Hia
Knees In Post of flee Corridor .
and Invoke Deity.
A day or two ago a man somewhat past
the middle age came Into . the poslofflce
corridor, carefully holding . two or three
letters. He was a stranger, and Watchman
Bhugart asked him If be wished to mall
"Well, yes. But I were readln about
some one of the clerks of this office openin'
letters, and I was just wonderln' if they
had got hlmjn Jail yet. These letter has
got to go. But I guest I'll wait a bit,"
remarked the ttranger.
Shortly afterward he wa observed
around in the north corridor on hi knees,
praying that the letter he waa about to
deposit would be tent safely.
He came back to the mail delivery de
partment and, still muttering a prayer, slid
the letter carefully Into th opening.
He looked much relieved and said to th
"They'll go all right now, I guesa. But a
feller kiant be too careful with the post
offices." "PAPRIKA SCHNITZEL" COOL
Pleasant Evening; at the Den Prom
ised the YlsMlaa- Hotel Man
"Paprika Schnlttel" will be taken from
the cool surroundings of the den this even
ing to the home of th pirate chief for the
delectation of the visiting hotel men ant
also for the entertainment of th tennis
experts who are in Omaha for the annual
tournament for the championship of th
piiddle west. No mors popular summer
opera was ever produced than "Paprika
Schnitzel" and th mere announcement that
the den is to be thrown open 1 enough to
fill it to capacity. The paid membership
Is larger and the weekly attendance it
larger than ever before and Samson shows
his appreciation by having plenty et ice
TRANSFERS U PASS CASES
Proseratloas Begun Aaaiaal Railroad
May 8 Changed from C'uaalr
to District Court.
County Attorney English has filed in
district court papers in the case against
the Union paiifia Railroad company
charging It with giving free trip passes
and transportation contrary to law.
The case was started In county court, the
first papers being filed May 8. The com
pany waived the preliminary hearing July
23 and put up a bond, carrying the case to
the district court.
The Union Pacific Railroad company Is
accused of Issuing passe to nineteen per
sons. Two Informations were filed.
A life Sentence
of sufferlrg wlth throat and lung trouble
is quickly commuted by Dr. King's New
Discovery. (00 and $10. 80M by Beaton
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