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THE BEE: OMAIIA, "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 19QX
PRIVATE bom during confinement;
bablea adopted. The Good Samaritan Sani
tarium, 740 1st Art., Council Bluffs, la.
CORN Jelly will our corns. Ko. Haines
Prug Co., 1U0 Fernarn 8l
MAflNETIO "n"t. Umi. Smith,
ALaAJlXLiAAVs (2) 8 lsth St.. third floor.
A HOME for women during confinement.
We find home for bablea where mother
cannot car for them. Babies boarded.
For terms, address Mrs. Martha A. Lee. 401
Bancroft St., Omaha, Neb. Phone .Doug
MRS. RITT EN HOUSE, gradual of th
Weltmer Instltut of Nevada, Mo,, treats
rheumatism, constipation, paralysis, lum
bago and all chronlo diseases; electric mas
sag and baths. Room sag, 4th floor Bos
ton Biore Bldg.; elevator entrance 1M SL
Uih St, stairway on Douglas St.
MRS. AMES of Washington, D. C, mani
curing and massage. 1724 Capitol Ave.
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits castoff
clothing; In fact, anything you do not need.
We collect, repair nod sell at IM N. litii
St., for oost of Collection to th worthy
poor. Call phone Douglas 1136 and wagon
DR. EOOERB, private confinement horn.
Els Martha St TsL Douglas (30.
HOT-EN-TOT Twins, th Hot Bensation,
ar coming soon. W alt. Watch. Listen. They
MAGNETIC Treatments, Emmerlin
Brott. Uli 8. Uth BL Doug. IV.
ANYONE knowing the present where
abouts of James C. Ballard, who resided
In Douglas county In 1867, or any of his
relatives, will pleas communicate with
H 32. car Omaha Bee, Omaha. Neb.
WE WILL call for, clean and adjust
your phonograph for $1.60. -
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.,
Phones-Doug. 16. A-1G63.
Cor. 15th and Harney.
STRICTLY private home during confine
ments! excellent care; babies adopted;
trained nurse. KU Davenport St.
Private confinement home. Mrs. Dr. King.
1374 N. 24th, Tel., Web. X&t. lnd. B-16u.
LADIES wishing to obtain th latest
drees cutting system. Learn cutting. Call
811 No. 2Mb St. 'Phone. Douglas 7U12.
OMAHA Stammerers' Ins., Hamge Bldg.
WHERE do you have your PRESCRIP
TIONS FILLED T Ask your DOCTOR If he
has confidence In BCHAEFKR'B. He knows
he can depend on our goods and we want
you to take advantage of our PRICES and
We CALL for and DELIVER prescrip
tions without extra charge. THAT'S FAIR.
VTnS -na toupeea for men. GRIFFITH,
" o " " M Frenxer Blk.
WHEN writing to advertisers, kindly
mention The- Bee.
PHONE IND. A-X620 for good printing
Lyngstadt Printing Co., 16th & Capitol Ave.
HOLLAND Printing Co., 110 & 17th St.
HYATT A LONQACRE, PRINTERS.
1701 Leavenworth BL Tel. Doug. 2647.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
REED ABSTRACT CO., Est 1888; prompt
service; get our prices. 1710 Farnam Su
GANQESTAD, 404 Bee Bldg. Tel. D. 1387.
PAYNE INV. CO.. first floor N. Y. Life.
BENJAMIN R. E. CO., 477 Brandels Bldg.
REAL ESTATE TITLE-TRUST CO.
JHAS. K. WILLIAMSON. President.
C1T1 PROPERTY FOR SALE
' A. R Tukcy k Son.
OTxl A. 1
ojin ziyenue ana
At the Northwest Corner of 36th Ave. and
Leavenworth, we have M ft. fronting south
on Leavenworth, 124 feet, fronting east on
86th Ave. There Is an (-room house, -located
about 60 ft. north of Leavenworth,
fronting east, leaving a fine location for a
flat, fronting couth on Leavenworth. We
can aub-dlvlde this to suit purchaser.
On grade. , permanent sidewalks, and
A. P. Tukey & Son.
444 Board of Trade Building.
' "Phone Douglas 218L
Farnam St Property
183 ft. near 24th. 135,000.
110 ft. near 23d. UbO a foot.
24 ft near 22d. Improved, $16,500.
87 feet near 21st, 142.000 (Improved).
W ft. east of 2Kh, $75,000.
(6,4 feet cor. 20lh, 142,000.
Harrison & Morton
We now . offer for sale that neat two
story bungalow at corner 60th and Cap
itol Ave., Just completed; ready to move
right In; six good rooms; plenty of closets;
oak finish: beamed ceilings; tinted walls;
price, 14.260. TERMS.
OLOVER REALTY SYNDICATE.
7-ROOM MODERN HOUSE
Walking distance, center of city: nearly
ONLY $2,400-$400 CASH
Balance very easy payments.
NOWATA LAND aV LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. T. Life Bldg.
Phone lied m, Omaha, Neb
Fourth Prize Story
THE REFORM OF THE NOR
Ralph Jacobson, South Omaha, Neb., R F
D. No. 8. Son of J. Q. Jacobsnn. Graduate
of Eighth Grade. Chancer School.
Teacher. Mr. Patterson. Will Attend High
School. Aged 11 Years.
4 ACRES, new bouse, t rooms, good barn,
18 minutes' walk to Forest Lawn cemetery
car line, yonng fruit set out, land is the
best, but lays rough. Account of death of
owner's wife will sell. $2,600.
Mr. and Mrs. Norton were sitting on the
porch talking when their two boys, John
nd Raymond, came up, and said: "Papa,
we found half dollar and we. are going
to the theater with the Haley boys."
"No boys. I do not want you to go,
because that Is not the place for boys of
your age," said Mr. Norton. "We are going
anyway," said John-, who was 1$ years old.
"If you do yoa will be punished," said Mr.
Norton. The boys said: "We don't care,"
and away they went. After they were gone
Mrs. Norton said: "I wish I knew how to
keep those boys home. They are on the
streets from morning to night with those
mean Haley boys."
"I've punished them In every way and
I'm sure I do not know how to keep them
home," said Mr. Norton.
Mrs. Norton sat thinking few minutes,
when a thought struck her and she said:
"Why, I have got a good plan. You could
buy a home out of town, with three or
(our acres of land. There would always be
THE AUTHOR OF TIHS STORY WON A PRIZE IN THE CON
TEST LAST WEEK.
citt rRvPKniT roa saxe.
Starts Promptly at 9 O'Clock
Not a Lot Will be Sold Before
Think of what this sale offers: A large lot 50x132 feet
twenty minutes' ride down town at the extremely low price of
$150 to $250 a piece, on terms'so easy you won't miss the money.
$5 Down and $1 Per Week
Come early Thursday morning and get first pick. There are
only 250 lots n this addition, size 50x132, and many buyers will
want to purchase more than one the number is limited don't
wait till it's too late. You never will be able to get as good a bar
gain in lots again in Omaha at anywhere near these prices. Grasp
the opportunity while it lasts.
They are located between Leavenworth and Center streets,
48th to 54th streets close to car and new $25,000 school house
and in a well settled neighborhood- Several houses are now being
constructed in this addition.
The extension of the West Leavenworth street car line is
promised this fall. When the extension is made it will greatly en
hance the value of these lots.
These lots are cheap and the terms are easy
$150 to $250
Terms: $5 Down, $1 Per Week
Plenty of courteous salesmen will be on the eround from 9
o'clock till all lots are sold.
Warranty deed and abstract given with each sale.
How to Get There
Take West Leavenworth street car line, cet off at 48th And
walk three blocks south.
W. J. Dermody
83'6 New York Life Building.
3836 CHARLES ST.
This splendid 8-room, modern house must
be sold this month. Downstairs consists
of fine reception hall, front room, large
dining room and kitchen, finished In oak
with oak floors. Four good bedrooms and
bath room with tile floor. Splendid furnace.
Cemented cellar under entire house. Lot is
60x136 feet with paving paid. Owner is
going to Seattle reason for selling. Price
reduced to $4,860. If you want a good home,
don't fall to see this.
NW. L SELBY
3 Board of Trade Bldg. 16th and Farnam.
9 Rooms, $11,500
East front in exclusive West Farnam
district; not offered before.
Harrison & Morton
BRAND NEW COTTAGE
Under construction at 17 Laird 8t. Will
be completed about November 1. This cot
tage has five rooms, bath and vestibule;
window seat in dining room; nice pan try
? uii Kiiciiei,;
splendid interior arrangement; thoroughly
lsned upstairs; neighborhood good. If In
terested In buying an up-to-date, modern
home, ask to see this. Can sell on reason
able terms. Price. Including furnace. $2,850:
without furnace, $2,750.
SHIMER & CHASE COMPANY
90 a 17th SL Both Phones.
We have ah 8-room house, modern, ex
heat; nice barn, oement walks, trees, etc
All in fine shape. Price $3,000. A very
small payment down will handle this. Lo
cated 1 blocks of Dundee Car.
P. O. NEILSEN & CO.
703 N. T. L. Bldg. Both 'Phones.
SUMMIT ADDITION Lots $276 and up.
Get circular. The Byron haed Co.. U 5.
something for them to do, working In the
garden, tending to the chickens and doing
chorea around the house."
"Yes, dear, that is a jery good plan, but
how could we get a place near the car
line so I could keep my position, and near
a school, so the boys could get their edu
cation, without much inconvenience. It's
hard to find a place like that." said Mr.
"Why. we could look In the want ad
columns of The Bee; they help so many
other people and they might help us. too,"
said Mrs. Norton.
She went in and soon came out with The
Bee In her hand and together they looked
over the want ad columns. In a few min
utes Mrs. Norton exclaimed: "Why here
Is the very thing," and she read the above
ad to her husband.
"Well, we will take a car ride over thero
and look at it," said Mr. Norton.
The next day they went aud looked at
It and found it to be just what they
They bought the place and a week later
The boys became Interested In the place
and their parents encouraged them In
They grew to be good, honest, obedient
Mr. Norton often says: "What a fine
paper The Bee Is. Just think, that one
little Bee want ad waa the means of saving
CITT PROPERTY FOR IALB
of Lots in
Telephone: Douglas 5108.
FOR THE MONEY
-room all modern house' In the best of
repair. Hard pine, oil finished wood
work. Fire place, gas, furnace, porcelain
bath, toilet. Nice lawn, lot 60x134. Cement
walks and steps. Largo rooms, high ceil
ings. Located, on west Harney. Splendid
neighborhood. 34 blocks to car line. Price
only $2,600. Reasonable terms. See us
at once and let us show you this bar
SHLMER & CHASE CO.,
809 South 17th Street
90,000 Ft Floor Space
Price $50,000; $60,000 building; fine track
age. Harrison & Morton
HANSCOM PARK HOME
$4,350 Elgfit rooms, Btrlctly mod
ern, paved street, all specials paid, one
block from Park Ave. and West Leav
enworth St. car. Full lot.
- GALLAGHER & NELSON,
490 Brandels Bldg., Omaha, Neb.'
We Invito In.niln. ..
on 83d St. between Francis and Martha
Sts.. Just across the street from the Me
geath and Holdrege homes; large living
juuiu, anuria room, aen; kitchen and
''" parury iirsi noorr lour large bed
rooms and AiitaM. .i..nn v.
... . v. .. . tr i nn yj I l. 1 1 BOCUI1U
floor; full attic; double oak floors both
iuns; nving rooms ail oak with beamed
ceilings; large east front lot. If you are
looking for a well built home, right up to
date and for less mosey than you could
build for. look at this and see us for terms
GLOVER REALTY SYNDICATE.
Improved near old U. S. Bank Bldg.
Harrison & Morton
If you are looking for something nice,
be sure and see this 6-room Bungalow,
all modern with hot water heat. Lot 60x
1M, located close to the Country club, on
Military Ave. Price $3,150 for a few days
P. O. NEILSEN & CO.
703 N. T. Li Bldg. Both 'Phones.
EOxlSO vacant lot on California St., south
front, between 28th and 3th, $400 cheaper
than any other lot In that vicinity; $l,&60,
paving all paid! excellent location for
either home or flats.
OLOVER REALTY SYNDICATE.
$500 CASH; $15 A MONTH
N. Uth St., one block Sherman Ave. car.
7-ROOM HOUSE, $1,700
A cheap home. Why do you pay rent?
NOWATA LAN D eV LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg.
Phone Red 1!9. Omaha, Neb.
8 Rooms, $4,100
Full south front lot; street paved; ce
ment walks; house oak finish; two toilets;
unusually well built; handy to I car lines.
Harrison & Morton
BUY from owner; got to sell my new
house In Hanacom park district on Georgia
Ave., T good rooms; lsrge living room, i
bedrooms; bookcases built in; oak and
maple finish; east front lot 6uxl50. Terms.
Address S S71. lies.
HOUSES in all parts of the city. If you
are looking for a home or Investment see
us. K. M. Wray ft Bro., &10 bee Bldg.
city lkupKftrr for salb.
DESIRABLE HOMES AT LOW
)2,500 for g-room modern
ooUkkp, facing east, on high
ground, one block from Ames
Ave. car line. In Central I'ark;
lot 60x128 feet. Easy terms.
$a,000 for well-built and very
desirable 7-room cottage, all
modern except heat, having
barn; located on paved street
and corner lot, 50x128 feet;
one block from 24th St. car
line, went of 24th St., and
north of Kountse place. Place
In excellent condition.
$3.fi60 for 22 Bristol St., 7
rooms, two-story, sll modern,
In best of condition; paved
street. Immeiliete possession.
Easy terms. Want offer. Lot
14,000 for a d-room, two
story, modern square house,
on Maple St., near Boulevard;
newly papered throughout;
full cemented basement; In
best of condition; nice loca
tion. Immediate possession.
KaKy terms. Want offer. In
vestigate thia worth while.
$4,000 for exceptionally well
built 6-roora, modern house,
having hot water heat; newly
decorated throughout. In best
of condition; nice shade trees,
bearing fruit; on Templeton
St., one block west of 24th St.
car line. Easy terms.
4.600 for a 7-room. nearly
new. modern, two-story square
house, having oak finish,
pressed brick foundation; on
paved street, near Boulevard
in Kountse place. One of the
best buys for the money In
this district that we know of.
H.HIO for 40 California St.
In Dundee. Good 8-room, Two
story house, all modern, hav
ing mantel and grate, four
nice bedrooms, outside sleep
ing porch; in good condition.
Reduced from $5,200 for Imme
diate sale. House exception
ally well built for a home.
Owner has loft the city on ac
count of change In business.
Immediate possession. Rea
sonable terms. Key at our
$4,750 for a very desirable
attractive bungalow; nicely
arranged, having oak finish,
hot water heat, two toilets
and lavatories, and. In fact,
all that could be desired for
one wishing a bungalow as a
home. Located on Capitol
Ave. near 62d St. House Just
completed, and easy terms
will be made for Immediate
George & Company, ,
1601 Farnam, St Phone Douglas 758.
John Morrison House
$5.600 The paving of Grand Ave. makes
. v. i .t.Ai.i et , , i
mi wiuivw, a icw go ivuiua, o&m;
south and east cor. on Florence boulevard
and Grand Ave. Must be sold; act quickly.
Harrison &. Morton
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.
NEW cottaee. oontalr'nr Hsmi. nne
blook from car. two blocks from school.
$1,050, $460 oash. . 6 per cent discount if
sold quickly. If desired, will lease from
buyer. L. 270, Bee. ,
Trackage in heart of. city.
SNAP IN A RESIDENCE,
t-room modern residence In Kountse
Place, Omaha; all etreet Improvements in
and paid; new furnace and oak floors;
fine lot 60x132; owner will ' sell at a bar
gain or lease for ' one year. Be quick If
you want this. ".
K. T. WALKER ft CO.,
44 Brandels Bldg., Omaba.
FARM AND RANCH LAND FOR SALB
My correspondents In Saskatchewan have
Canada land .at one-halt the usual price.
Take a letter from me to them; it coats
nothing and ' will save you big money.
Frank Crawford, Ware Block, Omaha,
TO RELINQUISH 324 acres northern
Colorado land under ditch, one mile from
oounty seat, railroad' town. For partlcu
lars address yrley Lewis. Mitchell. Neb.
LAND AGENTS WANTED for a special
one day sale of Irrigated land In the Rooky
Ford district. Large commission, all paid
in cash on consummation of sales. Write
at once for particulars of extraordinary
offer. La Junta Land Co., La Junta, Colo.
U. 8. GOVERNMENT LAND '
OPENING. UNDEK CARET ACT.
Conrad-Vatler project. Montana. 70,001
acres of fine, grassy prairie under Irriga
tion. Drawing October 7. 190. Must reg
ister for drawing before October 7. Tou
may register by power of attorney. For in
formation and blanks write W. M. WAY
MAN, Valler, Montana, or lloO Security
bank Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn.
NICE, smooth, well Improved farms In
Nodaway county, Missouri; price ft to $10)
per acre; Just as good as you can buy In
western Iowa or eastern Nebraska at $100
to $175. Smith lllnes. Hopkins, Mo.
MENT Big Bargain
160 acres goou rich soil In Cheyenne Co.,
Neb., 7 miles from good town, 14 miles
from county seat; -40 acres fenced; 20 acres
broken; small house; good well. This is a
snap. See or 'write us quick.
ED JOHNSTON & CO.,
Tel. Doug. 1235. 114 Farnam St.
FOR SALE A siock farm in western
Nebraska; 1,'S0 acres; will sell with or
without 150 head of cattle. Address Y-5U.
320 ACRES In Cheyenne county, eighteen
miles southwest of Bridgeport, Neb. Nearly
all smooth valley land, excellent soil, good
water, for $9.50 an acre.
HICKS, 19 Board of Trade Bldg., Omaha.
GOOD LAND CHEAP.
KiO acres Kimball county, Neb., 4 miles
from railroad, every acre can be culti
vated. 640 acres Kimball county. Neb., 400 aero
can be cultivated. 1 miles from railroad.
$o.00 per acre. J. G. Bone, owner, 312 Shu
gart Blk., Council Bluffs, la. 14
IMPROVED FARM FOR SALE.
A good improved farm 9 mile from town,
nearly all second bottom land; SO acre
under cultivation; good improvement:
Price. X per acre. Write for our l&rg
bargain list. Agents wanted. Herman
tipringsr- & Co.. Sidney, Neb.
BARGAINS IN FARMS.
Ten thouxand acres alfalfa, winter wheat
and corn land for sale In small and large
farms. In shfrmin, Buffalo and Custer
count tea. J. T. Campbell, Litchfield. Neb.
I HAVE several Improved farms in
Beckham county, one of the beat agricul
ture counties in Oklahoma, to exchange
for good merchandise. Prefer dry goods
and clothing. Address O. C. Wbitehurst,
bayre. Ok la, .
- RFII FSTATF
FARM AMD RANCH LAND FOR AL
, OREGON" LAND
Fruit farms, all sixes; prices rsngtng
from $10 to $2,000 per acre; good merkt;
delightful climate: prosperous and energetic
neighbors. Csll on me for particulars.
C. II. GERBER,
$U Bee Bldg.. Omaha.
WE HAVE 100 bargains near church and
schools In farm lands. Black soil 1R
Inches to three feet deep with clay subsoil.
These lands are tributary to Gregory, the
best town In the northwest. Raw lands In
Tripp, Mellette, Lyman and Stanley coun
-ties; also sell relinquishments.
"SQUARE DEAL LAND CO.,"
Uresory. 8. I.
Mention Omaha Bee when writing.
PARTIES wishing to locate In any of the
western states should first see the fine
farming lands In the Oolden Prairie dis
trict of Laramie cc'inty. Wyoming $10 to
$20 per acre. Write Allender & Nelson.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
iioo to itn.000 mads promptly. F. D. Wsad.
Wead hlJg . 18th ana Farnam.
1600 to 15.000 on homes In Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Estate Co., 1001 N. Y. Life. Doug, or
MONET TO LOAN Payne lnveement Co.
FIVE PER CENT MONET
to loan on
Omaha Business Property.
Room L New York Lite Bldg.
OARVIN BROS.. 21$ H. Y. Life. $60 to
$200,000 on Improved property. No delay.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith Ik Co., 1320 Farnam .
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
PAYNE. BOSTWICK 4V CO.. N. Y. Lite
Private money, $600 to $6,000; low rate.
SECOND MORTGAGE loans negotiated,
Apply Rooms 417-18 First Nat l bank Bldg.
uell Fhone, Douglas Ult.
LOWEST RATES r Bern Is. Brandels Bldg.
LOANS to home owners and home build
ers, with privilege of making partial pay
ments semi-annually. No commission.
vv. H. THOMAS,
603 First National Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
We Have Buyera tar 6 and 7-
room modern houses at right prices. Pay
$600 cash, balance $26 per month.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg.
Phone Red 1999. OMAHA. NEB.
WANTED To buy a cheap property or a
cheap lot. Address F 327 Bee.
BEST price paH for td-hand furniture.
stoves, clothing. W. Rosenblatt. Tel. D. 640L
WANTED Several carloads of fresh milk
cows or springers. Dealers In stato, let us
bear frcm you. Alamlto Sanitary Dairy
Co., 1812 Farnam SL
GROSS" Loan Office, buy and sell old
clothers. Ml N. 16th. B 236L
BEST price paid for second-hand furni
ture, carpets, clothes and shoes. Tel. Doug.
BALTIMORE td-hand store pays best
prloe 2d-hand furniture, clothes, eto. D. 4266.
. 2DHAND shoes and colthes. D. 2786.
HIGHEST prices for furniture, etc. Bell's
Furniture Store. 1400 Dodge. Red 3531.
WANTED TO RENT
I HOUSEKEEPING rooms for man and
wife; private family; nloe, quiet home. Tel.
WANTED Brlcht room with or without
private bath, with board. Permanent.
Private family preferred. M-S87, care Bee.
WANTED By young man, place to work
for board while attending Boylea eollege.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
H. J. Martin and wife to William
lseli. et al.. lot 3. block L Missouri
Avenue park $ 600
B. F. Hutoblns and wife to Anna D.
Kent, lot 21 Washington Sauare.... 1.960
Thomas R. Penny and wife to Ed
ward Muenster and wife. Dart ot
block 62. Benson J.800
Charleston Realty Co. to John E.
Ryan and wife. tart lot 1. E. W.
Nash's plat 600
Henry Stanek and wife to Joseph H.
KoDlets. lots 6 and 7. block 6. Hill-
crest addition 250
Kazlmer Alukowls and wife to Fells
Sanlnk and John Sanink, lot 5 and
north feet of lot 8. block 309.
South Omaha 'L210
Harry M. Christie to W. Farnam
Smith, undivided half Interest In
west 88.82 of north 128 feet lot 46.
Gise'a addition 1
Charles H. Irion and wife to May
Martin, lots 11 and 12, block 126.
South Omaha 3.800
Henry Hardy and wife to Harry M.
Christie, west 88 81 of north 12 feet
lot 45, Glee's addition 1
Vine Kratky and Lidla Kratky to
Charles Chruma, lot 18, block 7,
Van Camp's addition 960
Cyrus D. Glover to Csrrle E.
Shockey. part lot 11. Barker's Allot
ment addition 900
Josephine H. Weldenfeller to John
N. Gallup, east 10 feet lot 6 and
west 80 feet lot 4, block 18,
Kountse Place addition 3.760
Lor a Power to George N. Peek, lota
Ole Peter Lsrson to Anna Larson,
lot 4. block 6, Wise A Parmlll's
Herman Beselln to Benjamin Flelsh
man, north S9 feet of east 80 feet
lot 1. block 6. Patrick's addition.... 4.000
Frank W. Carmichael and wife to
Edward W. Johnson, lots 1 and 3.
block 2. Halcyon Heights addition. 4S0
Georpe Parks, et al., to Grace E.
Rudlger, et al., lots 3, 4 and 6.
block 2. Hoctor Terrace addition... 2.400
Homestead Co. to Thomas J. Tatroe,
lot .613 138
George M. Wallace to The fi. D.
Mercer Co.. lot 18, block 9, Walnut
Hill addition I
Fdward Muenster and wife to
Thomas R. Penny and wife, north
west 40 feet lots t and 8. block 12,
Park Forest addition
LEGAL NOTICE UNION PACIFIC RAH
road company auction. The following un
claimed baggage will be sold at auc
tion at Nos. 1422 snd 1424 Dodge street.
Omaha, Neb., commencing at 7 p. m.,
Tuesday, October 12. 1WH. and continuing at
the same hour each day until all has been
sold: Painted canvas trunks, marked T.
A. Meyer. Charles Gray, Ralph Hlnnen.
Mrs. W. J. Brooks, Lela Young, H. Smith.
A. K. Hanaelman. H. O. Horkxiass, T. M.
Pittman, M. Gilroy. J. A. Weldon, Csrlet
Chepet. U. P. Knlger. Mrs. Bell Ward.
Emma Mathews, Mrs. C. Schmidt. Steamer
trunks, U F. 8. Houtz. James R. Johnson,
Ft. F. Alley. G. E. Uill. Russet trunks,
G. Pike, Karl Tagsert. Zinc trunks. Jsy
Bunten. Mary Evans, C. b. Todd. P. C.
Brooks, C. A. Iapp. T. C. Sibley, Kd Van
House, Mr. Walk ins, Mrs. L Young. 8. J.
Ellis. E. D. Howard. Boxes. Mine. A.
Novltt. Chests, Charles Farmer, Michael
Gilroy, Harry Leach, Ell Perkins, Marko
Nicgovan. Suit cases, H. E. Grady. J. W.
Gillespie. F. J. I'earty, Otto Star, Maurice
Neagle, J. E. McKenna, C. Archuleta, P. P.
Farney. Henry Crawery, O. I Burnham,
J. D. Frank. V. Kaufman. William Oood
man, Charles Rund, William Clark. Can
vas valises, T. J. Chukss. Canvas teles
copes, A. J. Pope, R. Miller, E. M. Nichols.
8. G. Kyburg. Henry Keith. Charles Lee.
Also 511 pieces of miscellaneous articles
consisting of guns, bundles, blankets,
valises, trunks, boxes, chests, wstches and
musical Instruments not marked. A.
TRAY NOR, General Baggage Agent.
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING
quartermaster, Cheyenne, Wyoming, Sep
tember, 13, m8. Sealed proposals, in trip
licate, will be received at this office until
30 a. m.. mountain time. Wednesday. Oc
tober 13. 1!HK. at which time they will be
opened In public, for the Installation of
steam nesting plants complete in oincers
Quarters -No. 1 to No. 3. Inclusive, and No.
31 and No. 33. post plans. Fort D. A. Rus
sell. Wyoming. Plsns and specifications
for the Inspection of bidders sr on file
In this office, also In the office of the
Chief Quartermaster. Department pf the
Missouri, Omaha. NetraKa; tniei sir"
termaster. Department of the Colorado,
lenver. Colorsilo. and the office of the sec
retary of the Hullders' exchange. 8t. Paul,
Minnesota. The government reserves the
right to reject or accept any or ai. mas
or any part thereof. Envelopes con.alnlng
proposals should be Indorsed "Proposals
for Steam Heating Officers' Quarters Nos.
1 to 8. Inclusive, and Nos. 31 and 33. Post
Plans. Fort D. A. Russell. Wyoming." and
addressed to V. K. Hurt, Csptaln 16th In
fantry, Acting Quartermaster, LT. S. A.,
In charge of construction. Room 3, Keefe
Hall, Cneyenne, Wyoming.
Sep. 14-16-1B-17-0. 11-11.
OFFICE CONSTRICTING QUARTER
master. Fort Leavenworth, Kanas. Au
gust 28. 1909. Sealed proposals. In triplicate.
he rre v-i here until li a. m.. centra
time. September 10. 1909, and then opened.
for extending and making certain changes
in the F.lectr'c Llirhtins System snd Fire
Alarm System at Fort Leavenworth, Kan
sas. Full Information and blank forms of
proposals furnished on application to this
office. Plans and specifications msy be
seen here, also at offices tnier viuanrr-
master at Omana. uepot yuancrmasirr,
St. Louis, and Master Builders' Exchange,
Kansas City, Mo. United States reserves
the right to accept or reject any or all
proposals. Envelopes to be marked "Pro
potals for Extending Electric Lighting and
Fire Alsrm System." snd addressed to
Captain wm. D. Davis, Qunriermnmer.
ClJUfcX'S CXTJISm of the ('CTLBTEXJUrD"
mtl ig,ooo tons, erana new
KB superbly fitted f
iiOUIlD THE WORLD
Bsfety. Comfort. OJTB STEAMER for the
EIIPU CRUISE Maximum (Tonvenlenoe
With elevator, grui room, gymnasium,
deok, swimming pool.
TOOK sTXTW TOR3C OCTOBER 16, 1900
snarl four month!, cottlns onlr 1060 and up. In
cluding sll Beflraary npnim; princely traTSling
In Mlmy cllmatss. Kntnainmfins, lectures, cru
psrtiF. and ehapernnag tor ladles.
BPECIAI. JTEATUBEBl Madeira, SgTPt,
India, Oeyloa, Burma, Java, Borneo, rnu-
lpplnss, onlna, Japan. An nnnsuai onaaoe
to visit unusually attractive places.
CItAKX'B 13TH AJIMUAX. CRUISE
em Tab. 0 to AprU 19 mm
10 THE ORIENT
Sew.t7-tbr day- including tw.ntr-four dy In
Kgypt and th Holy Lnd (with tld trip to
Khartoum) ooitlng only $400.00 and up. Including
hor Reunions. Spsci&l feature: Madeira. Cad It,
Berille, Algiers, Malta Constant U nop le, Athens,
Rome, the Klvtera, etc. Tickets good to atop over
In Europe, to Include pa Ml on play, etc.
FRANK C. CIjAHK, Times Biif., New York.
W. E. BUUft, lot riniim Bi.t vmana, neow
White Star Line's
iT.TtT1 2W Tortl 1 ! - Days,
oo us as, eTry thlas leeleeeil. Vuiilnf
All arrangements snder our man
Sfemeak, Alana Crslaa s SraMw.j, lark
WKEKIT SATMNOS BETWBItrT MONTREAI
QUEBEC AND LIVERPOOL.
Methlns bat tar en tks Atlantis than our Emprassas.
Wlralaaa os all steamers.
C.B. BENJAMIN, a. A.
US Bo. Clark St.. Cklcaga, Til.
May See All of
President Taft Will Hot Miss Any of
Paprika Schnitzel, Thanks
to Bock Island.
President Taft will have an opportunity
to witness the entire oprey Paprika Schntt
xel at the den next Monday night.
The Rock Island has made this possible
by arranging to run a special train from
Omaha to Denver. This was made neces
sary by a change In the time card yof the
Rock Island last Sunday. The former
leaving time oi the Rocky Mountain
Limited was 11:12 and It was planned to
haul Mr. Taft's two cars on that train
The time was changed so that the train
now leaves at 10:40 p. m., and that would
cut the time at the den short, so it has
been arranged to run the two cars carry
ing the president and his party to Denver
as a special train.
The Board of Governors has decided to
ask General C. F. Manderson'to sit at the
president's elbow and Introduce him at the
banquet, thus practically acting as toast
master for the evening. General Mander
son is now at Canton, O., reviewing the
movement of some government troops, but
will return soon. j
Ht, Clemens the Miaeral Bath City,
la reached without change of cars only by
the Grand Trunk Railway System through
Time tables and a beautiful descriptive
pamphlet will be mailed free on application
to W. S. Cookson, A. G. P. A., 136 A lams
street, Chlcasro. ,
Comes to Omaha
Sogers Company Decides to Build
Plant at Balston After View
ing Other Places.
Greater Omaha Is to have an automobile
manufactory. A contract has been signed
by the Ralston Realty company with the
Rogers Automobile company whereby the
latter concern will take immediate posses
sion of a tract in Ralston.
The Rogers company Is headed by Ralph
Rogers and C. A. Overholt. both of Chi
cago. They are practical automobile men
and have been connected with the Ram
bler company and others, both In the
manufacture and sale of cars. They an
nounce that work on their first building
will begin Instanter for they expect to
have cars out for the li'10 trade.
Dee Moines and several other towns
were Inspected before the company de
cided to locate here. They are proceeding
on the theory that auto making In this
part of the country will be a particularly
well paying business, because of the high
freight rates on finished cars.
The company will be Incorporated under
the laws of Nebraska and will have a
capital stock of $0,000. From tiO to 300
men will be employed as soon js manu
facturing is begun. '
A Merlons Breakdown
comes from chronic constipation. Dr.
King's New Life Pills cure headelhe. tor
pid liver and bowel trouble. 25c. Sold by
Beaton Drug Co.
Former United Statei Senator Write.
Letter to General John C. Cowin
to This Effect.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
I.INCOLN. Neb., Sept. 14. 8pKjlal Tel
gram.) Former United States Senator it
V. Allen of Madison has sent to Governor1
Shallenberger a copy of a letter he wrote
to General John C. Comin of Omaha, la
which he declares It Is a slight upon th
chief executive of Nebraska that the gov
ernor Is not Invited to attend the banquet
to President Taft In Omaha en the night
of September M.
Senator Allen suggests that the governor
intercept the president at some point out
In tho state, acting upon his own Initiative
and extend a welcome to the presldsnt on
behalf of the people of Nebraska.
The letter Includes caustlo criticism of
tho board of governors of Ak-Sar-Ben for
not recognising other officials of the state
with Invitations, suggesting the members
of the supreme bench and the president of
the senate and speaker of the house of rep
resentatives. "We would be more than delighted to
Invite the governor and the state officers
as well, and also our own city officials,
but we absolutely have not the room to
accommodate them," ssid C. H. Pickens,
president of the Board of Governors of
"We are absolutely limited In space to
150 plates and cannot possibly accommo
date any more. At first we thought we
would have to keep this number to 126.
but by adding another table and crowding
matters, we have arranged for seats for
16a We started out with the idea that no
one but members of Ak-Sar-Ben would be
Invited, but have deviated a little. Sen
ators Burkett and Brown assisted us In
getting the president to stop In Omaha.
so we thought It right to Invite them.
General Morton, Colonel Glassford and
Colonel Gardener have helped us so ma
terially In securing the United States
troops and have been so kind to us that
we thought it a pleasure to Invite them,
and these five are the only guests, out
side of the presidential party.
"It Is very hard for ua to keep the list
down to ISO, and many of eur own mem
bers have heart throbs 'because they are
left off, but we did the best we could under
the circumstances. This was planned as an
Ak-Sar-Ben affair, and because of the
limited space we are compelled to keep It
strlctl as such.','
It's Enough to
Give a Man
Janitor Gets Check for $3,000 and
Then Finds it is for His
When W. W. Fuller, a janitor In the New
York Life building, opened a letter In his
morning mail a check for $3,000 dropped
"Bompen donnerwetter," aald Fuller,
"When did the world come to an endT
There was the check, made out to W.
Fuller, and although lb, was signed by a
name Fuller had never seen before, tbere
could be no doubt that K waa good for a
good time Eagle week.
Fuller got excited over the miracle and
right there he made his mistake. He was
running an elevator while the conductor
was out to lunch and very soon the other
three conductor were all aware of what
had happened. Fuller told them volubly,
but wouldn't let them even look at the
check. The rumor spread In the New York
Life building. After Fuller had built five
houses with his money and seriously con
sidered a trip to the old country, that Is
In about ten minutes, G. H. Payne of the
Payne Investment company stepped Into
"Hava you got a check for $3,000?" he
"Fuller'a rocket of Joy had reached lu
burst of glory and had begun to descend.
"Yes," he replied, defiantly. '
"Well, let me see," aald Mr. Payne, In
a business-like way. "See here," he said,
pointing to a comer of the envelope, where
It was plany written. "In care of O. H.
Mr. Payne explained, "You understand,
Mr. Fuller, that Mr. Fuller la a partner
of mine, and he has been waiting for this
check to arrive from South . Omaha all
morning. I'm very much obliged."
Fuller dropped the elevator from the
tenth floor to the basement and retired to
his own room to get the cobwebs of glory
out of bis eyes.
Testifies After roar Yeara.
Carlisle Center, N. Y.. O. B. Burhana,
writes: "About four yeara ago I wrote
you that I had been entirely cured of kid
ney trouole by taking two bottles of
Foley's Kidney Remedy, and after four
years I am again pleased to state that I
have never had any return of those symp
toms, and I am evidently cured to stay
cured." Foley's Kidney Remedy will do
the same for you. Sold by all druggists.
Court House Girls
Get Free Rides
Two Young Women Work Scheme
and Score Ten Cents a Say on
If It's fslr to beat a corporation, there
are two young women In the court bouse
who deserve medals from an admiring pub
lic, for they have Invented the best echarna
ever devised for getting free rides from th
street rallwsy company.
One of them comes to work from tha
waat part of town every morning and rides
to Sixteenth on the Harney Una, whlla tha
other comes from the north n tha Six
teenth street line. They both get trans
fers snd when the time comes to go back
home for lunch they trade transfer slips
and with a good bluff the slips ar good
although they are four hours old. Coming
bark In the afternoon they repeat the per
formance and no save 10 cents a day apiece.
Each one had a little tin bank and drops
a dime Into it every evening aa salvage
from the avaricious fingers of the octopus.
They hava been doing It every day for a
year and a half and haven't been caught
Last Month of Rednced Rates te the
East Via the Mekel Plate Road.
Near York and return $3 60. Bosion and
return $J6.0. Reduced ratea to other east
ern points. Liberal stopovers. Tickets on
sale dally until Sept. 30. Thirty-day limit.
Inquire of local agent or address John T.
Calahan, General Agent, UN Adama street,
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