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THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. AHil'ST 1S. 1!np.
. REAL ESTATE
) LINCOLN 1IKMIITN
LOTS $'.") T( ) $J."0
$5 CASH. $5 A MONTH
NO INTEREST, NO TAXES
Located on Maple, Blnney and Wirt Pts.,
Sflth to 42-1 Sts
146 lotn sold within the last ninety days.
100 choir lots to choiiM from.
All lot staked, all In blue grass and well
kept; free factory alt on the rant aid of
No reason why these lota will not douhl
In two yearn.
Salesman on the around at our hmi.fti
,f c every evening after S 30 until daik
aril Sunday afternoons. Comf nut. Tak
I leaf Institute ear going north on lflih St.
and out Cumin: get off at 4ftth and Maple.
HASTINU3 & fTKYDEN.
Iffl4 Jtarney St. Conservative Did
S. 17TH, CLOSE IN
7-R00M, FULL LOT
Rent 120 per month. Very easy terms.
NOWATA LAND AND LT CU
Suite t,U N. Y. Life 111, lit.
Phone Hod 1999. Omaha. Neb.
. BUY A LOT
FOU THE BOY
In "HILLSDALE." It only takea a dollar
down and then $1 a week, without Interest.
1 .orated 7 block went of Miller park AH
biK lota, Ugh and sightly. The advance of
them lota la certain. Umaha Is growing
the fastest In thla direction. Two years
ago (.'oilier Place was a wilderness. Una
ytur ago last spring Fort View Tena.-e (I
blocks south) was a corn field. Now both
ar built up with a lame number of new
home. Price on these lota 1100 to $200,
nothing higher. 1 nili, fl a week, without
HASTINGS HEYDEN, 1614 Harney 6t.
IIALF ACRE LOTS
TILE MOST CONVENIENT
Half acre lota around Umaha. Be sura
to let u show you our
Home Acres Addition
three blocks weat of
vemetu to both tha
Fort Omaha. Con
A me a avenue end
Florence car line.
Juat the place for 'chicken raising
Price $350 to $400 Each
Terms, $10 Cash; $10 a Month
HASTINGS & HE YUEN,
1614 Harney tit.
Balance 116 pur month.
Now rented at $12 por month. Near car
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite 624 N. Y. Lite Bldg.
Phone Ked 1999. Omaha, Neb.
. $ acres, small brick house, must sell this
week; cheapest piece of ground In the
GALLAGHER & NELSON,
4D0 P-rendela Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
FARM AND HAMCH LAND KOH SALE
FOR SALE Number (rood relinquish
ments in Crown Creek Valley, Colo., three
miles from town, good water twelve to
forty feet. Also fine deeded land- Ad
dresa L., Box 00, Carson, Iowa.
OUT THEY GO TO HAYNE3 AND
MOTT, ADAMS AND HETTINUEH
COITNTIEU. NORTH DAKOTA, to buy our
low-priced land and see the bin crops of
Dollar Wheal; new railroads butldi.iK and
new towns, where new hoiein and ouMiirxn
houses are needed, tree VV in. 11. Ui uwn
Co., Hay lies. Adams County, North Daaots,
for maps and facta.
NICE, smooth, woll Improved furms in
Nodaway County, Missouri; price J' 5 to yi")
per acre; Ju.st as good as you can buy in
western Iowa or eastern Nebraska at $100
to $176. Smith Hliif.s, llopklnx, Mo,
1 FINE FARM for sale; X'.
acres uull Ini-
y')ioved, In-Daviess county. Missouri. In
quire J. L. Dillon, Hamilton, Mo.
I his Story Won
TIIE RESULT OF A "BEE
lty M7Tdi n f Uzeilenson7 Net7 T
Tltiel, father; Miss Melulst, last teacher;
lienoon school, ninth A grade; aged 14
v A.TT7iiirl for gmeiar housework.
Irene and Alice Ward were two sisters,
who had been sent to an orphan's home
after their mother had died.
Irene was 12 and Alice 13 years old.
They were as happy as one could expect
them to bt), under such circumstances, until
a wealthy lady came and adopted Irene.
he did not like to go without her sister,
but after a good deal of coaxing she went.
Alice had been told that her sister would
come back to see her and every day she
would watch for her to come.
Two years later she was sent gway to
earn a living.
For a whlla she worked In a dry goods
store, but didn't like the place.
One evening, as she was sluing In her
room In a boarding house she glanced at
a line In the paper which she had bought
fioni a newkboy. It was trie want ad
which Is mentioned above.
The next morning, bright and ea.ly, she
set out for the place. The position for
which she applied was given to her with
One. of the vervanta told her of a girl
who had been adopted by the lady of the
lAler she found out that It was her sis
ter, who she hadn't seen for a couple of
When the lady learned that they were
slaters she kept them both at her home and
was like a mother to thtm.
Once Alice laughingly declared that if
she ever knew of any one who was looking
for work that she would recommend The
I1t want ads. because they would always
brlug the best results.
CAN YO U WKITE UN K T uEAD THIS STORY AND TK Y
rABH AXD RANCH LtMU FOH SALS
Idaho Cary Act Lands.
Now open for entry In th choicest
agricultural section of the northwest.
Tha Snake Illver Valley, Southern Idaho.
State Government Piiprvl.on.
For frea Information on Irrlga'ert Land
Write C. U. HurtU Boise Idaho.
NOW IS YOUR
The beet fruit land In the north fcV.
The home of tha Jonathan appla. Bearing
orchards produce from 1300 to $500 per
acre net to the owner, We havo orchard,
grain and hay lands, also bearing orchards
for sale. We will sell you five, ten or
twenty acres on easy payments, plant It In
orchard and care for It for five years for
For further Information or literature), ad
dress, Payette Valley Invest
ment Company ept
Over fix Hundred Acres.
The Kelsey Farm,
Monona County, Castana, la.
Full particulars and terma,
Howard D. Gordon, Hazardvllle, Conn.
JM ACRES well Improved land. Red
River Valley, Minnesota. Nothing better
on carta. Mr acre. F. J. McMahon,
r-nuicou, Bt. rmui. Minn.
640-b5 PER ACRE
Have you noticed the Increaae In tales
and prices of land In western Nebraska
during the laKt few years? We believe this
land is a very good Investment. Let us
ten you about It.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
mine iui is. y . L.ite uiiig.
Phone Red 1'JiO. Omaha. Neb.
llOOD Cass county farm, 320 acres, half a
mne norm or Knait: we 1 imDroved. Cal
on or address, W. A. Bahr, Kagle. Neb.
BIG BARGAIN IN
675 acres, only twenty miles north of
Omaha, mile and a half from railroad
atution, all fi-nced and cross-funcej.
bearing orchard, two windmills and tanks,
two small houses, barns, cattle sheds,
chicken house, machinery shed, etc.
KlKhty-flcc acres In ajlalla, balance
mostly In colli.
The hunk which owns this fine farm
wants to convert It Into cash or mortgages,
and the "Viirchnser is golna; to get a good
bargain. If you want this farm now Is
the time to get It right.
, L. D. Spalding,
210 South 13th St., Omaha.
a Prize in Last
rARH AKU hAAtll i-A. MO roR 81 It
FDR SALE 1.100 acre of ranch and farm
land, 2u0 head of cattle, head nores,
yood huw and barn; cmeni reservoir
that supplies water for house and ha'ti.
Fur particulars addrcsa Hut 216, Uordon,
RANCH of 1.200 acres, 11 miles N. E. ot I
ONeill. All pood valley land: 0 acres In
cultivation, t to C4 tons if hay cut off!
lunch each year. Good house and barns. ,
. per acre. Latin op at Tobin, 41.. t
A SNAP-4N)-acre wheat, corn and alfalfa
farm; 6v acres hog tight; good Imple
ments, .6 per acre. J. T. Campbell, Litch
IMPROVED farm. 120 acres. 15 miles
from Omaha, i,'.50 per acre, 620 lss than
land adjoining; not listed with any agent;
for Information Inquire at U N. 41st til.
p none Harney 4111.
BOUTH Dakota farm, ranch, mineral and
timber land for sale or uaoe. l.MJU acres
part Irrigated farm, fine improvements, on
mile erst ot Kapid city in ii.ipiu tuver
valley for sale or trade, bargain. Tell us
fully what you wish to buy, sell or trade.
Come west; make money In land. Rep
resentatives wanted, farmers preferred.
Farrar ac Jepsen, Rapid City, S. D.
40 ACRES in one of the best valleys in
South Dakota, near town; good home mar
ket; will produce fri.Ouo a year, fell lo per j
cent below selling price of land in this lo- i
callty. Will cut land up; terms. Write J.
It. Sturr, tit. Onge, s. D.
FOR SALE 820-acre farm, 160 acres under
cultivation; good buildings, good well, on
line of new railroad; price, f per acre;
carry I4.0U0. Write W. N. Van Camp, High-
more, s. u.
IF you are looking for an Investment' In
good cheap farm lands, yeu cannot afford
to buy until you have seen the lands I
have for aale in Stanley county, S. D.,
for $12 M to $16 per acre; choice farm land
and located In a nice country, also have
relinquishments. For Information write
Hudson Land agency, Midland, s. D.
ON account of sickness would like to
sell my relinquishment In my homestead,
H. D. ; have some Improvements near rail
road and good neighbor; If interested
please write. Address A 226. Bee.
$1,000 cash will buy 160 acres of land
under a ditch, 24 miles north of Spokane,
Wash. A. Kunkel. Box 1&3. book a tie.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead ftldg., 18th and Farnam.
$300 to $3,000. on homes In Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Estate Co., 1001 N. Y. Life. Doug, oi
MONET TO LOAN Payne Inveament Co.
FIVE PER CENT MONKY
to loan on
Omaha Business Property.
Room 1, New York Life Bldg.
REAL ESTATE purchase money, mort
gage and contractu bought. Antelope In
vestment Co., Old Boston Store Bldg.
GARVIN BROS.. $1$ N. Y.
Life. $600 lo
$2oO,vOO on Improved property.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam St.
WANTED City loans. Petera Trust Co.
PAYNE, BOSTW1CK & CO.. N. Y. Lite
Private money, $500 to $b,OU0; low rale.
SECOND MORTGAGE loans negotiated.
Apply Rooms 417-18 First Nai l Bank Bldg.
Bell 'Phone, Douglas 231$.
LOWEST RATES Bemls. Brandela Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
When writing to advertisers remember
It only takes a stroke or two of the pen
to mention the fact that you saw the ad
In The Bee.
WANTED TO BUY
BEST price paid for second-hand furni
ture, carpets, clothes and shoes. Tel. Doug.
BALTIMORE 2d-hand store pays best
price 2d-hand furniture, clothes, etc. D. 4-'t3.
BEST price paid for 2d-hand furniture,
stoves, clothing. VV. Rosenblatt. Tel. D. S'.Ol.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Light housekeeping rooms
for couple, in north end of city; nortji of
Kinney St., Address G-232, Bee.
PRINCIPALSHIP by university graduate.
Three years' experience teaching. liesl
references and testimonials. Address Box
724 liarlinglon. Neb.
PRINCIPALSHIP by unlvexidty gradu
ate. Three years' experience teaching. Best
references and testimonials. Address Uux
INTELLIOENT woman; position ' doc
toi's or dentist's offico. Address L 263, liee.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Helen R. Hampton and hushand to
W. B. Smith and wife, lot Vi, block
6, Cieighton's first add S 6,125
C. E. Sundell et al to D. L. UasUill,
west 10 ft. of noi th 100 ft. lot 12 and
e'k of north loO fl. lot 13, block -A."
K b rvoir add 2,550
Robert Nlcoll und wife to L. C. Dunn,
Ioih "B " and "C," block 4, Bemis
Souli Omaha Ind company to Amies
Chester, lot 12. block 2!S, South
Chailes Horn and lfe to I . W. Mc
HiH. lot 6, block 4, Cieighton's fust
O. L. Vallon and husband to P. T.
alton, lot 1.1, block 3. Orchard
11 ill 2,4
A. J. Love and wife to John Lateuier,
part tix lot 11, 21-1-1-1.1 8..VJ0
Charles E. Fouler. iil:nliiistrator, to
Call Myen., lot 12, block "I," Saun
ders it- lllnieljatixh'a ald 3U
S. It. Cox to Leonora M. H- ldt, lots 23
and 24. block 1, Pottr A Cobb's sec
ond udd l.OtO
S. D. Leek to S. V. Johnson, lot 7,
block ti, Hulcun Helgtiis i.y
John A. Creighton Real Kxiaie and
Tru.--l ctitiipauy to Josephine A.
Hrou., lot :6, block ti, Ci e,t,'hion's
f ii xt ad.l 600
E. S. lr-einan and wife to L K.
HaiTi:f:,, souili ft lot 5. Llo. k I.
Hoib C.i'm stcoiid add ffl
Elisa It. patiick et al to C. K
Cari'bliir. lot ti, block 1. Putvick
place H.10 1
L. S. d and wife to E. M. Ftiir-
fl Id. lo. 3. block t'oiana placv 'i
Samr to same, west 6 rods iii'. '4 s' i
F. H. Co-move and wife to the !
Fianklin Realty lonipmv. e-,i w !
ft of cust -0 ft. lots 17 and lv 1
HuVev's r plat l
H. 1). Il'Pd and wife lo J l. Jacobv,
lot 7. bl ck 4 Sheihian tl.. e 212;
Grac-! L. Pukett to t'ha I h Kurizma ,
e: al, south -:: It. of eat :i ft lot 1.
block 121, Omaha 301
I'r t d Ileal Etat- ftrd Trust co'ii-
pai.y to J. I- fan k, lot 3. block 3, i
Kountsi's fifth sdd 60 '
M .bri F. Patrick to tieorne M. Wal
Ince, lot 6. block 3. Ha. hi place: lots
7 14. 15 and IS. block 3, Walnut
Geoige E. Puivcomhe and ife to K
H Houland, lot 11. lI.A.k 11. Paik
Sam Kaplan and wife to .Midi's Muh
kln. souin 113 ft lo. 2'. Mc?andllsh
D. C. SCOTT, D.V.S.
H. L. RamacelottL)
Ottle aa4 BaepltaL U10 season
Calls Promptly Answered nt 411 Hmirt,
Theme Oftloe alarm y H7.
Pmiki Hsk '
3UY ST RIGHT?
SPEEDY SALES are MOKE Important to me than VBOriTS
now. I mean to CLOSE OUT over 100 high class BUS
OIES, CARRIAGES and DELIVERY WAOONS In' the
SHORTEST space of time ever allotted to a similar sale event.
I MUST clear every vehlole from these floors la a mere 30
days; I MUST add 12,000 feet of floor space in the time speci
fied ; I MUST have the room to accommodate an IVES
growing automobile business. I find that the rebuilding of
automobile tops, and that the REPAIRIMO and selling of
automobiles are featnees TOO Important to slight. So I've con
cluded to CLOSE OUT my vehicle business. Result is that
you are now able to buy the nobbiest, classiest turnouts
ever shown to an Omaha populaoe, In most instances at LESS
than factory cost.
I am Quoting a Fow Speci
men Values But there Are
Scores of Othdr Bargains.
A $165 Delivery Wagon, now $118
A $160 Delivery Wagon, now .-$108
A $125 Delivery Wagon, now $88
A $165 Open Stanhope, now $95
A $175 Open Runabout, now $115
A $250 Boulevard Wagon, now $1G5
A $140 Governess Cart, now $85
A $225 Spring Buggy goes at .$135
A $300 Stanhope is to go at $185
A $ 250 Stanhope is to go at $168
2?n' buy a, harness; or a blanket; r a whip: or
ANY stablt ntcesnitij UN1IL you ve seen how anxious
I am to close them out at TRIFLING prictn.
OFFICE OF THE CONSTHCCTINU
(JuartermaHter, Cheyenne, Wyoming, Au
Ituwt 11th, 1WJ. Sealed proposals, In tripli
cate, will be received at this office until
9:30 a. m.r mountain Unit?, Monday; August
30th, 1909, and then opened - In public, for
Construction of Steel Fencb lor Corrals
at Fort L. A. RUHsell, Wyornftiif. and for
the necessary grading connected therewith.
Price for each to be stated separately.
Blank forms, plans and specifications and
full Information will be given on applica
tion at this office. Plans and specifications
will also be on file in the office of: Chief
yuanei master, Department of Colorado,
Denver. Colorado; Chief y uartermasler,
Department of the Missouri, Omaha. Ne
braska, and in tho office of the secretary
of builders' Exchange, tit. Paul, Minn. The
Government reoerveK the rltiht to accept
or reject any or all bids or any part there
of. Envelopes containing proposals should
be indorsed "Proposals for Steel Fences
at Fort D. A. Kussell, Wyoming," and ad
dressed to Captain V. K. Hart, l.ith In
fantry, Acilng Quartermaster, U, a. Army,
Itoom 3, Keefe Hall, Cheyenne, Wyoming.
PROPOSALS FOR EQUIPAGE, DEPOT
yuarterniaster's Office, Third and Onver
streets, St. Louis, Mo., August 14, luy.
Sealed proposals in triplicate, subject to
tile usual conditions, will he receHed here
until 12 o'clock noon, Central time, August
24, 1909, and then opened, for furnishing and
delivering at C S. Clothing Depot, Second
and Arsenal streets. St. Louis, Mo., or
Philadelphia, New York or Washington
Depot, 20.0u0 trunk lockers and K) field
desks. The right Is reserved to reject or
uccept any or all proposals or any part
thereof. Preference will be given to articles
of domestic manufacture, conditions of
Quality and price (Including in price of for
eign productions or manufacture the duty
thereon) being euual. Standard samples
can be seen at ana planus lor proposals
and lull information win ne iuruistiea
upon application to thla office. Envelopes
containing proposals to be Indorsed "Pro
posals for Equipage to bo -jpenbd 12 noon,
August 24, 19u9." Captain W. M. Coulling,
U. S. Army, Depot yuariermaster.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
office, of Indian Affairs, Washington,
D. C, . Sealed proposals for lulng
DiBtrlet No. 2, in tho Cheyenne River In
dian Reservation, South Dakota, lor gras
Ing purpurea, eiUier under a leaso or by
pel mil, will be received at the ulfice of ti.e
CummtSHlouer of Indian Affairs,' Wasn
li:itou, 1'. C, until 2 o'clock p. m , on
Monday, August Ml. livj. and will be imme
diately thereafter opened in the presence
of such bidders as may attend. Maps
showing the location of the UiMricia an-i
all necessary Information may be obtained
on application to the Superintendent of Uie
Cheyenne River Indian seboul, Ciieyeuue
River Agency, South Dakota, R. U. Val
entine, Conuiilssiuner. Jy21uJ0t
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
office ot Indian Affairs. Washington.
t. C, Sealed proposals for letting
grazing privileges on the Ulackfet Indian
l(es'-r ation, Montana, under Ills pui uii:
system lll be receive.! at the office of
i the Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Wash
I iiv. D. C, until 2 o'clock, p. m , on Mrni
l day. August ;i0. IMi, and will be lmmed
1 lately thereafter opened In the presence
I of such bidders as may attend. Maps
'Showing tilt: loiatiou of the reservation
i and all nert-ssary information may be ob-
tatned on a plication to the Super intendent
j of the Itlackfeet Indian school, Browning.
1 Mont. It O. V'alepline, Commissioner,
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BRIEF CITY NEWS
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Save Boot Print It.
Oeorge C. OockreU (or Justice.
Klnebart, photographer, loth ft Farnam.
, photo, removed to 16th & Howard.
S. H. Ambler, Real Estate, Loans, In
surance. Phone D. 6262, 615 Bee Bldg.
Xqultable Idle policies, sight drafts at
maturity. 11. D, Neely. manager, Omaha.
Tor Wage-Earners the monthly repay
ment plan of home loans Is surest, cheap
est, quickest. Nebraska Savings and Loan
Association, 1003 Farnam slreet.
Wife Wants Divorce Suit for divorce
has been biounht by Elizabeth Radlovz
1 from Steve Radiova, whom she married
, last January,
the charge being drunken -
i ness and cruel and Inhuman treatment
! Watoh for William Schults Word
j has been sent tho Omaha police to look
out for William Schultz, 18 years old, who
'disappeared from his home at St. Paul,
Minn., laMt week. He is the sun of Prank
Schuitx of that city.
Assistant Boy Director W. B. Burton,
a graduate of Oberlin college and a
nephew of Senator Burton of Ohio, arrived
in Omaha Tuesday to take a position as
assistant director of the boys' department
In the Young Men's Christian association
under E. F. Denlson.
Bill Clovej Overhauled Bill Clovey, a
convict who escaped from the Nebraska
penitentiary a few weeks ago, was cap
tured by the Omaha police Monday and will
be returned to Lincoln this week. Clovey
was sent up from South Omaha a short
time ago for burglary. I
Omaha Printing Company fire toss
The losses from the fire at the Omaha
Printing company have been adjusted and
were found to amount to $35,000. The big
presses were so damaged by falling through
the burned floor into the basement that
they will be replaced by new presses.
Kerbs Are Wanted The police are try
ing to locate Mr. and Mrs. Charles Herb
of Pittsburg, Pa., aa Mrs. Herb's mother
Is seriously ill at her home in Plitsburg.
A few days ago Mr. Herb was registered
al the Murray, and it is supposed that from
there he went to some private boarding
house In this city.
Three Boblnsons It was a hard day for
the Robinsons. Three of them landed In
J..11 for being disorderly and all received
Jail sentences. They bore the names of
Allle, Perry and Harry. They came to
Omaha only three days ago from the south.
Allie drew thirty days, Terry gol ninety
and Harry took sixty.
Keooverg at Hospital peter Birkel,
a 16-year-old boy of Blunt, S. I)., was over
come by the heat shortly after noon at the
Union station. He was removed to Bl
Joseph's hospital and recovered sufficiently
to continue his journey to South Dakota.
He was accompanied by his parents and
had Just left the train at tiie station lo
get a drink when he was exhausted.
- Onlj When It's Hot Alphonse Pe
Christlan from Illinois bowed himself out
of the court room when Judga Crawford
discharged him for being drunk and dis
orderly. Alphonse said he was not a
Frenchman, but that he had been given
that name when he was a boy. He ex
plained to the Judge that he had to have
beer oiu-e In a while' and that ,he drank
only during hot weather.
rtlrt Cents and On Their War Two
I ,,, ,.,,, -.v from h..m
last utek and came west. They were
picked up in Omaha by the police and
their par. nts notified and asked to send
for th. in. This their fathers refused to
do, sending Hold that the boys should re
turn home in the same manner that they
went away. The local police furnished the
boys 30 cents apiece and helped them to
start fi' Chicago again. The names of
the boys are -Charles Caaey and Harry
Y. M. O. A Makes a Kit Percy Warren
president of the Nashville Light and Trao
llon company, spent Monday in Omaha,
looking over the Young Men's Christian as
sociation building. He la chairman of tha
Young Men's Christian association build
lug committee In his borne c:ty and a new
structure Is coatorj'lated there. Mr. War
ren expressed particular admiration of the
lobby In the local building and of the
design of the swimming pool. Of 60S motor
pieit and conductors in the employ of hts
company, he stated, 600 belong to the
J. J. Derlght hus gone to Chicago.
Miss Ely has gone to Philadelphia.
Mrs. E. C. Griffin has gone to Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Funkhouser leave
today for Montreal.
Chief Clerk F. S. Keller of the railway
mall service has gone to Deadwood on
railway mall buslnms.
O. K. Scofleld of the Elite Cloak com
Pany left Monday for New York City lo
purchase additional slocks.
Mrs. F. J. biter of Topeka, Mr. and Mrs.
T. T. Vanity and ftimlly of Ansley, E. L.
bridges, S J. larseu of Wausa and C. C.
Caldwell of Lincoln are at the Loyal.
Judae John M. Ragan of Hastings, T. B.
Hurd of Ceiiual City. W. H. Meyer of
Madison, L. J. Ante of Edmonton, Alberta
and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wendel of Madison
are at the Paxioo.
Dr. (Jcotge Dixon of New York passed
through Omaha Tuesday morning enroute
home from California. He traveled in the
private cur belonging t j J. ' Muuhs. h;a l
of the trallic department of ln liarrnnaii
Club Race is
Ready to Start
Two Pays' Reliability Conttst Begins
Early This Morning from Front
of Kimball Oarage.
Th to days' reliability contest given
under the auspices of the Omaha Automo
bile club for pi-lies given by the mer
chants ot Omaha will start this
morning at 6.30 in front of the Kimball
garage on Farnam street. Tho run will be
from (. ma ha to Columbus, to Grand Isl
and, to Hastings, where a slop will be
innde fur the night. Upturning the cars
will run from Hastings 1 1 Fairmont, to
Crete, to Lincoln, to Louisvlile and to
Omaha. The pilot car to distribute the
confetti will leave the Kimball garage al
6 o'clock and will be In charge of Captain
Buchan, who will drive.
Four classes of prlxes will be offered,
otio for each class of car, various business
tin u having offered the several prises. The
conditions of the run Are such that speed
does lint count us much as putting the
ens thiotiKii in i:ooil condition, much the
same a the Glkldi u tour. The cars which
have etileied are:
Pierce-Arrow, Frank Colpetxcr; Packard
runabout Elmer Rcdlck; Stevens-Duryea,
J. C. Robinson, Waterloo: White steamer,
E. E. Mockelt, Lincoln. Rambler, E. E.
Mockett, Lincoln; Rambler, C. I).
Bogue, Jr., Appeison, Apperson
Paker agency; Pievens-mirrea, R. R.
Kimball; Midland, Freeland Bros. -Ashley
company; Mitchell, Colt Auto company;
Rambler. Colt Auto company; Velle, John
Deere Plow company; Oakland, Mclntyre
at Wallace; Two Bmck, H. K. Sidles, Lin
coln; Cadillac "30," R R. Kimball; Cadil
lac, E, II. Spiague; Clialmsrs-Detroit, J.
Joers; Mason, Krecland Bros Ashley;
Interstate louring, Fiert C. Hill; Chalmers,
L. C. Gibson, South Umaha; Interstate, A.
L. Huffman; Duer delivery wagon, Brick
huln, Stanley steamer, R. R. Kimball;
Hudson, W. W. Sherwood, and oUiere.
tor Meet With
Sionx City Delegation Has Cornjed
All the Kent Cars in Omaha
for the Big Day.
It will be a matter of difficulty. If not
an impossibility, to rent an automobile In
i Omaha or Council Bluffs Thursday, Sep
tember lti, fur the supply has been cor
The Sioux City Eug'es, who are coming
tWO strong, have had an emissary here who
has made wilt ten contracts for every
motor car in the market. Sioux City is
after the 1910 convention and la anxious
to put up it "good front."
Boston will be a strong rival of the
Iowa town and 000 Massachusetts men aio
coming to pull for that city.
"Estimates of the attendance run from
10.0OO to 50,000," said J. J. Ryder, secre
tary of the convention committee. "I
myself think 30,000 a good istlmate. Tiny
will not all be here at the same time.
There will be a good many In the whole
week before the convention opeus, Sep
tember 13, because the grand commit lce
and grand officers will be here thtn lay
ing out the work of the convention. The:,
some will come fur the firsl four or five
days, staying over for the parade of Thurs
day. Others will come for iTiat day mil
remain over Tuft day, the Monday fel.o-
URBAN DOESN'T WANT TO
GO T0C00L COLORADO
Puts I p Flsht AsnliKl Hi loin on
Charge of Forirery llrouaht
Further argument of the habeas corpus
proceedings brought In behalf of Ralph
C. Urban, on whom extradition papers Is
sued in Colorado were honored by the gov
ernor of Nebraska, has been postponed
until this morning. Attorneys nrgtied
the caso all Monday ufternoon and
Tusday morning, Shotwell & Shntwell and
John O. Yels.r, attorneys for Urban, com
pleting their examination of witnesses
bhortly beforo noin. Thomas A. Ilolllstfr,
attorney for the C. F. Adams company, the
complainant, has so far Introduced one wit
ness, E. J. Ilutslnpllier of Denver, repre
sentative of the Adams company.
Urban was frwmerly In the employ of the
Adams company In Denver. He came to
Omaha a short time ago and entered the
employ of the local house of the Adams
company. Shortly after coming to this
city he was arrested on complaint of the
Denver house for embezzlement, but after
three days In Jail the case was dismissed.
Urban then brought suit against the com-'
pany for $10,000 for false Imprisonment.
Shortly thereafter he whs rearrested on
complaint of the Denver officers of the
Adams company for forgery. The governor
of Nebraska honored requisition papeis
Issued by the governor of Colorado, and
the habeas corpus proceedings were brought
to resist extradition.
NEVER AGAIN FOR LITTLE
ALFRED THE BOSS' HAT
He Smashed It Once and Is Nin Prac.
tlclngi Hie Delivery of tbe
Hlg Ho II.
Alfred Rljek, a youth employed by the
Carpenter Paper company, Is practicing
every evening throwing a large ball.
He desires to perfect his aim In order
that he may not again be guilty of ka
accident which marred his peace of mine gt
the annual picnic ot the Carpenter employes
last year. Then, while playing a game
called "stand ball," lie succeeded In smash
ing a new derby hat worn by President
Carpenter of the company.
The entire Carpenter force will go this
coming Suturday to Rlvervlew park for
the annual outing of the company.
To Dissolve the talus
of stomach, liver and kidney troubles and
cure biliousness and malaria, take Electric
Bitters. Guaranteed. 60c. Sold by Reaton
Railway Notes and Personals.
Andrew Traynor, head baggage ageui for
the I'nlon Pacific, lias gone to Chicago.
W. II Garratt, assistant general freight
ei,t of the Union Pacific, libs gone to
K. L. Lomax, general pasKenger agent
of the I lium Pacific, has returned fiom
S. F. Miller, general freight and passenger
a Ken I of the Northwestern, has gone lo
W. H. Ilasslnger, assistant general pas
senger kkci.i of the L'l.lun Pacific, has
gone to Lincoln.
L. W. Wakeli-y, eueral passenger agent
of the Iturllngton, has returned from a
short trip to Wisconsin.
Fred iicFailand. assistant ticket agent
at tl.e Union station, has gone with tils
family to Hot SprliiKS, S. I).
W. H. Murray, assistant gneral passen
ger agent of the I'nlon Pacific, has gone
lo New Voik on a va.atioii tilp
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