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TTIE BEK: OMAHA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 190D
WE WILL rail for. clean and adjust
lour phonograph for II. 60
N fc, H RA SKA CTCLSS CO .
Phones Doug, ltw. A-11
Cur. 15th and Harnev.
Private confinement homo. Mr. Dr. King
13"4 N. 24tli. TeL. Web. M. lad. B-l;i
WHERE do v.,u have your PP ESCRl P
TIO.N PILLKD? A-k your DOCTOR If he
has confidence In BCMA KfKR'H. He known
he Mn depend on our r xhIr and we want
you to take advantage of our PRICES and
We CALL tor and DELIVER prescrlp
1 tlona without extra charge. THAT rt FAIR.
WTnS nd "upeea for men. ORIFFITIL
" luo 18 and 14 Frenier Blk.
, MRS. AMES of Washington, D. C, manl-
curing and massage. 1T24 Capitol Are.
PHONE 1ND. AtfiJt for good printing
Lyngetadt Printing Co.. 16th Capitol Ave.
I - j -- 1 1
I HOLLAND Printing Co., 1X9 S. 17th St.
HTATT A LONGACRE. PRINTERS,
1708 Icavenwnrth 8t Tel. liwg. 8617.
REAL ESTATE) DEALER.
REED ABSTRACT CO., Eat. 14; prompt
1 Service; get our priced. 1710 Farnata Bt.
OANQEKTAD. 404 Bee Bldg. Tel.D. Mb7
, PAYNE INV. CO.. flrat floor N. T. Life
BENJAMIN R. E. CO., 477 Brandels Bldg
REAL ESTATE TiTLE-TP.rT CO.
-HAS. E. WILLIAMSON. President.
CITl PROPERTY Pult I4I.R
BIO bargain If sold at once. 8-room
.modern house, front and hack maim, fire
place and hardwood mantel In front and
back parlors; large shade trees, full lot.
Tel. owner, Harney izn.
Fine Field Club
We are authorized to offer for trade, a
I fine 8-room,' thoroughly modern house; has I
'large living room, hot water hi'at, screened
In porch, etc.; lot 62 feet front; paved
l street with paying paid. Only one block
to Field club. Very choice. Owner want
good land. Price Sft.OQO.
W. L Selby, '
436 Board of Trade Bldg.
ON EASY TERMS
New, modern home, 7 rooms,
o.ik finish, nnar 30th and
Dewey Ave. See u about this.
R. H. Landeryou,
441 Board of Trade.
Tel.: Douglas asi.
Karnam, near 20th, Improved.
Harrison & Morton
" I'LL BUY
If prices are right," Is often heard from
prospective purchasers. Well, If these are
not right we'll do our best to make them
go, and also on the easiest terms, auch at
4ViO to 1000 cash and 110 and 840 per month.
New, 6-room, modern cottage, sightly cor
ner lot, on car line, fine location, N. W.
part city, offered at 2.ao0 for quick aale.
Good, 8-room cottage, full lot, near 10th
suid Kavan, only two.
Choice double apartments, 12 rooms each,
all modern, lot trnulM), fronting on two
Streets, with plenty additional building
space, paving all paid. A bargain at t,0uo.
Good ll-room house, moTjern, lot 10x140,
elorfe in, $t.&. $175 cash and 8J0 per mo.
Vary desirable' 8-roorh. air modern resi
dence, and full lot, near 3.14 and Davenport,
Good home place of 7 rooms, modern,
lot 60x160, barn, shade, etc., close to cat
snd In fine residence locality.
itUSSKLL & McKITRICK CO.,
432 Ramge Bldg. 16th and Harney.
20th, near Farnam 116,000.
Harrison & Morton
7-ROOM MODERN U0USE
Walking distance, center of city; nearly
ONLY $2,400-$200 CASH
Balance very easy payments.
NOWATA LAND & LOT CO.,
Suite fc'4 N. Y. Life Bldg.
Pl.one Red 1999. Omaha, Neb
7 Rooms, $3,500
All modem. In Field Club district.
Harrison & Morton
at $300 per acre,
4lh and Ogden.
Convenient to Ames Ave. car Una.
W. II. GATES.
17 N. Y. Life. 'J 'hone Douglas 1294.
I HAVE s nice (-room house, all modern,
.hot water heat, at few 8. 36th Ave., that I
vould like to rent or sell. 'Phona owner.
Jlarney (k24. for terma.
Seventh Prize Story
HOW LKO GOT A START
Adallne Wykof f. 207 North Twenty-third
atreet, omana. Ninth B grade. English.
Teacher, Miss HUltard. Aged 16 years
Mother. Mrs. A. Wykoff.
FIRST-CLASS male stenographer, with
clerical ability and railroad experience;
Graham er Pitman writer preferred. Ad
. dress, f. Bee.
"Thla railroad office la all . right, but
there Is no chance for advancement Of
J course. I know that 840 a month la fairly
good for s boy of 18 years, like me, but I
, don't see how I am ever to get any more,
. unless somebody dies and the whole office
force moves up one step."
"Well, what do you want to do. Leo?"
, his mother asked.
"Well, mother. It's like this: For the last
; wk I've been reading the want ada In
The Bee. You know they have proved
good before, and I have noticed how many
! stenographers with railroad experience are
i wanted. So 1 thought that with that f0 I
, have saved up I would take a course In
' stenography-three nights a week. Don't
you think thut would be a good Idea,
"Well, son." laid his mother thought
; fully, "you can do as you please. Of
1 course. It will give you something useful
! to do In the evenings, but still, have you
considered whether or not a stenographer
haa mucn chance for advancement?"
"Tea. mother. I have. A good steno
grapher can get 178 a month easily, while
Some who do clerical work. too. get 80 a
month. Then a court reporter can get aa
lilgh as $r0 a month, but he must be an
CAN YOU WRITE A STORY
rtTY ruui'KHir for ha i.e.
NEW cottage, containing roome. oe
block from car, two block from school
Sl.fctf. I:) cash. S per cent discount If
sold quic kly If deaired. will leaee from
buyer. L. 870. Bee.
5 Acres, $1,500
Near 51st and Center.
Harrison & Morton
FARMERS. LOOK HERE!
SARPV L'OLMY BARGAINS, NEAR
M) acred, well Improved. 4 miles of town,
nearly level, very choice, at $M per acre;
W acre, fi'i m.lea of god town, nearly
level. In htKh atate of ciiltlvat.on, 30 acred
native hay, 3 acre a. lull's; no Improve
ments; Hose to school and church; a snap
at U'.uO per acre, half caxh. balance terms.
Ml aeris. joining above, haa $."00 worth
good linproveiiients. at tl'M per acre.
M) acres. -tnlle of good town; all In cul
tivation; Una tit' building; thla la fine;
price, li5 per acre; terms.
so a'-r'.s, 7 miles from town; all good
land, 70 acres In crop; email get Improve
ment, and a bargain at $ 5 per aci, half
40 acre, 6 mile from town; SS acres In
cultivation; all good soil and very cheap
at K2ou; terma.
NfcAK PA PILLION.
146 acres, 1 mile from town; all the beet
of soli; at t6 per acre; Su.000 cash, balance
at 6 per cent.
1) aores. 2 miles west of Papltllon; well
improved, all good soil, at 81J0 per acre,
.mil a bargain at that.
12.1 acres bottom land. 5 miles of South
omaha; all good land, at ITS per acre; this
Is very cheap.
We also have two forties located near
Papilliitn, at 125 and Jl'iO per acre.
The above are all good farms and worth
the money. We want to sell theoi. If you
are In the market for good farms come
and see them. Don't write, but come, we
will show thtim any day.
422-23 N. Y. Life, Omaha.
FOR quick returns. Ms, your real estate
for ale and exchange with me. no sale,
no pay. W. W. Mitchell. Board of Trade
Bidg., Omaha Neb.
Near Field Club
Harrison & Morton
MAKE AN OFFER FOR
S-room house and lot. 2602 M. Jflth Avs.
VERY EASY PAYMENTS
Want to sell badly. The tltne to buy Is
when the owner wants to sell.
NOWATA LAND LOT CO..
Suite 624. N. Y. Life Bldg.,
'Phone Red 1S99. Omaha, Neb.
8CMMIT ADDITION Lota 127 and up.
Oet circular. The Byron heed Co.. 2ii S.
Full Lot, $1,150
Near Mr. .oslyn's residence.
Harrison & Morton
HOUSES In all parts of the city. If you
are looking for a homo or Investment see
us. K. M. W ray P.ro., 510 Bee Bldg.
Thoroughly Modern Home
Fine location. One block Sherman Art.
$3,700 ONLY $500 CASH
Balance easy. rooms and reception hall.
If you are looking for a home you had
better see this.
NOWATA LAND LOT CO..
Suite :4. N. Y. Life Bldg.,
Phone Red 1!9. Omaha, Neb.
8 Rooms, $5,500
BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED, atrlotly
modern, built for a home, about 6 months
old, corner lot, south snd east exposure
on parked and paved streets, 84th and La
fayette Ave., about cost for quick aale.
87U-7 Urandeia Bldg.
Heart of city.
Harrison & Morton
10 PER CENT DISCOUNT FOR CASH
to purchasers In Charlesew Heights also
to.,,nea,1 P"rchHera snd others. We can
still offer you the Inducement of 10 per
cent off the regular price for cash. Re
member the regular price Is already so
very low, also remember that another ad
vance In price Is due shortly. These lots
have been advanced In price three times
r!nSe. (tLe flr?1 ,ale w made, and over
JiiO lots have been sold In less than 80 days.
This ought to point to the one moral:
"BUY, AND BUY IT NOW "
REAL ESTATE TITLE-TRUST
Ground Floor, 1201 Farnam St.
will buy a 7-room house: good well and
pump, good cave; one block fo car: lot
60x160; needs some repairs; Immediate pos
session. Price 81.150, well worth 81260 In.
quire at 1I Paxton Blk.
It waa finally decided that Leo should
take a course In stenogrsphy.
Six months later he waa reading The
Bee want ads when he saw the one above.
"Mother!" he called out, "I've got Just
what I want." Then he read her the ad.
"How's that? Ain't It bully?"
In another week he waa hired aa steno
grapher at 800 a month. The following
year he was receiving 80 for clerical and
stenographer work. He had Just passed his
8lst birthday. He waa a favorite In the
office and his salary had been steadily
raised until he had reached 8110 a month,
when one day a Judge came In. Leo was
taking some shorthand dictation. The
Judge stopped and watched him for a
moment. When Leo finished he went over
and laid his hand on his shoulder.
"Young man, what salary are you get
ting?" Leo told Jiim.
"Well. I've got a Job as court reporter
waiting for you. Tou start at M a month
Will you take It?"
Would he take It? Leo was ao surprised
that he pinched himself to aee If he was
"Yes, sir," he finally stammered; "yea,
Indeed, air. Thank you very much."
When the Judge was In the manager's
private office, he said:
"That's the fastest stenographer that I
have ever seen. I suppose you are sorry
to lose him, but I am Just as glad to get
When Leo told his mother she said,
"Well. I'm glad that you read The Bee
want ada; they were the making of you."
AS GOOD AS THIS ONE-
CITY PHIlPKHn FOH 4,1.14.
SNAP I large lots corner 3;th and De
catur; 7-ronm house; barn, Hell and cis
tern. Price g.1. nw; must be sold; call 3.".2."
Iecatur St. Phone Web. 421.
WEST FARNAM BARGAINS
48 feet nnrth frontage on Dodge, near
88 h Ave., for 82.250.
Fine lot nrt ixth St., J;ist nnrth of Far
nam for 82. ;0fi.
4 feet t mi i h front on Farnam, between
3Mh St. snd 3Mh Ave., fine place for brick
819 Board of Trade Bldg.
$1,332 INCOME PER ANNUM
from an inside rental propeity that I
juie ann permanent on an
INVESTMENT OF $5,000
and 84.0OO long-time at 6 per cent
ks attractive, doesn't a? Let us s
NOWATA LAND A LOT CO..
suite 6:4. N. Y. Life Bldg..
'Phone Red 119. Omaha, Neb.
ARM AMU ItA.MU LAKU FOR gAt-M
My correspondents In Saskatchewan have
Canada land at one-half the ujual puce.
Take a letter from me to them; It costs
nothing and will save you big money.
Frank Crawford, Ware Block, Oiuaiia,
TO RELINQUISH 320 acrea northern
Colorado land uiiJ.t dlich, one mile from
county seat, railroad town. For particu
lars address Orley Lewis. Mitchell, Neb.
LAND AGENTS WANTED for a special
one day sale of Irrigated land in (he Kocky
Ford district. Large commission, all p.iid
In cash on consummation of salts. Write
at once for particulars of .ex.rsordinai y
offer. La Junta Land Co., La Junta, Colo.
FOR SALE A fine 800 acre farm for
sale, located about helf way between Delhi
and Delaware, In Del.gare Co., Iowa.
Good buildings, house nearly new. For
particulars and terms address J. W. Bray
U'n, Poland, Herkimer Co., N. Y. A bar
gain. 1.20 ACRES of land for sale. The best
ranch proposition in western Iowa. In
quire of L. D. Lambert, Decatur, Neb.
FOR SALE lfiO acres, Black, la. Corn
land. 812.000. Might take 13.000. Trade.
84.UUO cash, balance mortgage on land.
Owner, A. R. Martin, Mount Ayr, la.
U. 8. GOVERNMENT LAND
OPENING UNDER CAREY ACT.
Conrad-Valler project, Montana. 70,00
acres of fine, grassy prairie under Irriga
tion. Draw ing October 7, li09 Must reg
ister for drawing before October 7. You
may reglater by power of attorney. For In
formation and blanks write W. M. WAY
MAN, Valier, Montana, or 1160 Security
bank Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn.
AUCTION SALE OF REAL ESTATE BY
Banner county (Neb.) farm land. Some
under Irrigation. Sale date, October , lWi.
This Is good wheat, oata and alfalfa land
and will be sold In tracts to the highest
bidder. Special train aervlce. Terms reas
onable. Write C. M. Gruenther, trustee,
Columbus, Xeb NOW, for full particulars.
"AO acres of valuable hay land to be. sold
In one piece.
New three-wire Tence around the whole.
No other Improvements.
Five miles from railroad station and
14 miles from Valentine, Neb.
Must be sold within two weeks. Price
A plot of this land will be given at your
O. E.- HORNBY,
618 Bee Bldg. 'Phone Douglas 3167.
good Land cheap.
1(10 acrea Kimball county. Neb., 4 miles
from railroad, every acre can be culti
vated. 840 acrea Kimball county. Neb., 400 acres
can be cultivated. 8 - miles from railroad.
8.00 per sere. J. G. Bone, owner. 318 8hu
gart Blk., Council Bluffs, la. 814
BARGAINS IN TARMS.
Ten thousand acres alfalfa, winter wheat
and corn land for sale In small and large
farms, in merman, nuriaio ana ctister
lountles. J. T. Campbell, Litchfield, Neb.
IMPROVED FARM FOR BALE).
A good Improved farm 9 miles from town,
nearly all second bottom land; 80 acres
under cultivation; good Improvements:
Price, !0 per acre. Write for our large
bargain Hat. Agents wanted. Herman
Springer & Co. Sidney, Neb.
Fruit v farms, all slses; prices ranging
from 810 to 82.0O0 per acre; good market;
delightful climate; prosperous and energetic
neighbors. Csll on me for particulars.
C. II. GERBER,
' 619 Bee Bldg.. Omaha.
- scats) Dakota.
WE HAVE 100 bargains near church and
schools In farm lands. Black soil 18
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.."
Gregory. S. D.
Mention Omaha Bee when writing.
SOUTH DAKOTA LANDS
$2.50 PER ACRE
On Oct. 1st, 1909, anyone not having
used his homestead right, may enter
hla choice of 1,600 quarter sectiona of
open land In TRIPP COUNTY, S. D..
at $2.50 per acre. I have personally
inspected every quarter section of land
in the county and am prepared to lo
cate you on the very best land that la
open to entry. Get ready NOW and
be on the ground Sept. 80th.
Care of Dallas State Bank
Dallas, S. D.
ir YOU are coming to Texas send for
our new book, "A Trip to Southwest
Texaa," full of valuable information and
will cost you nothing. Byrd ft Clarkson
PARTIES wishing to locate In any of the
western states should first see the fine
farming lands In the Golden Prairie dis
trict of Laramie county. Wvomlng 810 to
820 per acre. Write Allender & Nelson.
' REAL ESTATE LOANS
8108 to gtl.OOO mad promptly. F. D." WraT
Weed hldg , lib and Karnam
U to 83.000 on homes In Omaha. O Kwf.
Real Estate Co.. luul N. V. Life Duua or
MONEY TO LOAN-Payn Inveament Co"
riVB PER CENT MONEY
to loan on
Omaha Business Property.
Room 1. New York Lit Bldg.
GARVIN BROS. 818 S. Y. Life 8f0 to
82U0.OM on Improved property. No delay.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
. tContlnued )
ANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith 4k Co., U2S Farnam an
WANTED City loana Peters Trust Co.
PAYNE. B08TW1CK CO. N. Y. Life
Private money, 8M0 to 86,fl00; low rate.
FECOND MORTGAGE loana negotiated.
Apply Hjcms 417-18 First Nat l hank Bldg.
Bell 'phone. LougVaS 8818.
JLOWKHT RATES-Beinls7Brndais Bldg.
LOANS to home owners and home build
ers, with privilege of making partial pay
ments teml-annually. No commission.
W. H. THOMAS.
603 First National bank Bldg.
WANTED TO BUY
BEST price pari for td-hsnd furniture,
stoves, clothing. V. Rosenblatt. Tel. D. 640L
ANTED Several carloads of fresh milk
cows or springers. Daalers In state, let us
hear f it m you. Alamlto Mauitary Dairy
Co.. 1M8 Farnam 8U
GROSS' Loan Office, buy and sell old
clothers. Ml N. Ibtn. B 23JL
BEST price paid for second hand furnl
carpets, clothes and shoes. Tel. Doug.
BALTIMORE td-hand store pavs best
price 2d-hand furniture, clothes, etc. D. 42HR.
2DHAND shoes and colthea. D. 2785.
HUHirsT r- 9 1. ...
......... , . ' - .minium, ric Delta
Furniture Btore. 1408 Dodgti, Red 3ESL
WA'TliriP vnimiF wnmi 1. . .
- .. fw....v -', mw to worn
for board while attending liuyles college.
LADY with several years' business train
ing desires position selling either In city
or win travel. Al references. Address
V 507, care Bee.
OFFICE or road position with firm
handling lumber, building material snd
coal. Best of references. Address Fred
D. James, Oraf. Neb.
POSITION aa assistant bookkeeper; hard
W'orker. willing to do other work part of
the time; moderate salary. O 530 Bee
WANTED Hy mlddle-aeed man, care of
rlat or steam plant; strictly temperate:
of. references. Address D, Council
FORT LOGAN. COLO., SEPTEMBER 1ST
ls)9. Sealed proposals in triplicate will
be received until 8 a. m., October 1st, 1909
and then publicly opened for the construc
tion of an Isolation hospital here. Blank
forms for bidders, plans and specifications,
may be had on application. United htatea
reserves right to accept or reject any or
all proposals or any part therepf. En
velopes containing proposals should be
marked "Proposals for construction of
Isolation hospital" and addressed to the
FORT LOGAN. COLORADO. SEPTEM
ber 1. 1909. Sealed proposals in triplicate
will be received until 9 a. m., October 1st,
1909, and then publicly opened for the con
struction of a third story on the kitchen
addition to the Post Hospital here. Blank
forms for bidders, plans and Specifications
may be had on application. United States
reserves right to accept or reject any or
all proposals or any part thereof. En
velopes containing proposals should be
marked "Proposals for Third Story Addi
tion to Hospital" and addressed to the
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received by the
Secretary of the Building Committee of the
Armory of the Fifty-fifth Infantry Band,
Clarlndo, Iowa, until 1 o'clock p. m., Tues
day, October 6th, 1909, for the construction
of a two-story brick armory, 68x136 feet, In
Clarinda, Iowa. In accordance with the
plans and specifications prepared by W.
W. Welch, architect, Clarinda, Iowa,
copies of which will be on file at the office
of the Secretary of said Building Com
mittee In Clarinda, Iowa, after September
17th. . .
A certified check made payable to the
Secretary of aald Building Committee for
I per cent of the amount of the bid must
acoompany each bid as a guarantee that
the bidder will enter into a contract and
furnish bond for the construction of said
building satisfactory to said committee.
The checks of all unsuccessful bidders will
be returned upon date of opening and of
the successful one when contract and bond
Plans and Specifications may be secured
from architect by depositing 810, which will
be refunded If they are returned In good
condition within ten days from the date
they are forwarded.
GEO. W. LANDERS,
O. WM. RICHARDSON.
ED F. ROSE,
Per Wm. Orr, Secretary. SIS-19
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEA LE D
bids will be received by Chas. Krumbaeh,
secretary. Shelbys Neb., up to October 11,
1WI9, at 7 p. m., for the erection of a hr'ck
school house, at Shelby, Neb., for school dis
trict No. 32. Polk county. Neb., to be com
pleted by July 1. 1910. according to the plans
and specifications now on file at the Firs?
National bank of Shelby, and also with
architect. John Ijttenser. Omaha. Neb. The
right Is reserved to reieet any and all bids.
Chss. Krumbsrh. S"cretnrv Shelbv. Neb.
Place for Oes Moines Ma
'HERINR'S, Ontl Sept. 17. C. L.
of Des Moines, Kb., was todsy
elected chairman of the executive commit
tee or the American Pomoioglcal society
Why I Left the Ministry
the actual experience of a country pastor, a devout
Christian and an honest man. He and his people disagreed.
Should he preach their views and be a hypocrite? Should
he preach his views and disrupt the church? What should
he do ? Read what he did do. Was he right ? This
remarkable human document, written out of a man's innermost
soul, adds tHe last touch of uniqueness and power to the big
October Woman's Iome Companion
Great stories by Mary E. Wilkin, Freeman Myra Kelly, Kate Douglas. Wiggin, Marion
Harland and Mrs. John Van Vorst; "The Love Story of the gnecn of Italy." bv
Kellogg Durland ; "Short uts to Health," by Wooes Hutchinson; Edward Everett
Hales last writing; and eighty pages of practical departments all in the October
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF 2G0 MEN'O AND WOMEN'S
$20 to $35 Fall Sample Raincoats, Silk Goats
On Sale Today $8,50 to $12.50
This shipment consists of our factories' fall samples in Men's (Vavenettes
and Raincoats and Women's Cravenettes and Silk Coats. Thene are fall
models that were made to sell from $:!0.00 to $35.00 Cf) n 10 CO
and you can choose any of these at from vOiuU IU vlZiuU
To get the choice we urgo prompt buying, for at these prices the lot may
not last much longer. We carry n full line of Men's and Women's Automo
bile Wearing Apparel in water-proofed goods.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE RAINCOAT STORE IN OMAHA. DO NOT BE
oodvear Raincoat o.
"The Raincoat Store"
(Continued from Twelfth Page.)
was married June 16, 1W1, on the grounds
of cruel and inhuman treatment.
School and dress shoes for boys and
girls, new styles, finest quality mid rea
sonable prices. Duncan Shoe Co., 23 Main
See Sperling A Trlplett, S27 Broadway, for
POSTOFFICK TO MOVE SIXDAY
Order to That Effect Received from
In accordance with Instructions received
from the department at Washington the
post office Is to be moved Immediately
Into the temporary quarters In the Mer
riam block. It had been expected that the
removal would have been delayed until after
the term of United States court, which
will open next Tuesday, but the work of
construction of the addition which hs
already been begun, demands that the
building be vacated without further delay.
The term of federal court will consequently
be held In the south court room of the
county court house, which will be rented
from the county by the government. Post
master Hazelton stated yesterday that he
expected to move Sunday and hopes to
have the work of removal sufficiently com
pleted so aa to be enabled to open the
temporary office in the Merrlam block
to the public Monday morning.
Workmen are now engaged In clearing
the upper part of the federal building, pre
liminary to tearing out the west wall and
that portion of the roof which must be
removed to make way for the big der
ricks. As soon as the excavations for the foun
dations for the addition, whloh are now
under way. are completed Superintendent
C. F. Cramer will make a series of tests
to determine the sustaining power of the
piling which is to carry the weight of
the new structure. Aa Major Cramer Is In
charge of fifteen federal buildings now
under construction In different parte of the
country, he has arranged with City En
gineer Entyre to supervise the tests should,
he be absent from the city.
Major Cramer will leave tn a day or
two for Spokane to accept a new gov
ernment building there which has Just been
completed. He haa arranged to occupy the
residence of Postmaster Hazelton on
Oakland avenue during the winter. In the
absence of Mrs. Hazelton who will spend
the winter away from Council Bluffs.
The new models of the great Majestic
Range are In and on exhibition. Prices,
JI7 to $6S. P. C. DeVol Hardware Co.
N. Y. Plumbing Co Tel. 250. Night. L-1702.
Real Estate Transfers.
These transfers were reported to' The Bee
September 17 by the Pottawattamie County
Abstract company of Council I'.luffs:
Charles W. Storms and wife to
Samuel Newton, lots 6 and 7, In
Auditor's subdivision of lots 60. 61
and M. and part of 66. Johnson's
addition to Council Bluffs, q. c. d..8 1
Herbert L. Jones and v. lfe to Samuel
Newton, aame, q. c. d i
"GOODYEAR RAINCOATS REIGN
S. E. Cor. 16th and Davenport 6ts.
Jessica J. Sledentopf et al to Frank
Linden, lot 81, Auditor's subdivision,
part s"4 nel 2D-75-44. and part lot
iF. Johnson's addition to Council
Bluffs, q. c. d 6
Morris Wesley Clnrk and wife to
Samuel Newton, lots 6 and 7. Audi
tor's subdivision of lots M. 60 and
Ml. and part of lot 66. Johnson's
1 addition to Council Bluffs, q. c. d.. 1
ressuier to A. J. Seaman, part lot
4 and undivided part lot 8. In block
Wi. Riddle's subdivision In Council
Bluffs, t. d t
Rnnie to same, lot 2. In block 30.
Ferry addition; lot 13, In black 21.
Railroad nddltlnn. and und. 4 lot K.
In block 64. Riddle's subdivision In
Council niuffs. t. d 2
Sam. lo same, lot 8. In block f.4. Rid
dle's subdivision in Council Bluffs,
t. d 1
Iowa Townslte company to J. W.
Moore, part outlot H. McClelland, '
w. d 750
O. H. Msnn-and wife and P. J Mc
Brlde. single, to A P. Wilklns, nH
of nH block 16, Potter ft Cobb's
addition to Council Bluffs, w. d 76
Interstate Realty company to M. L.
RlfTgs, lot 7. in block 14. Evens'
2d Prldge addition to Counril Bluffs,
w. d 200
Louis a. Frohardt and wife to Mose
F Pries, lot 8 and 4 feet 8 Inches
off Sly part of lot 57, In original
plat of Council Bluffs, w. d 8.600
Total, eleven transfers 3.638
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LIQUOR CO.. 619 8. Main. 'Phones 8328.
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday
to the following:
Name and Residence. Age.
Wilfred iJtwler. Valley. Neb 26
Myrtle Fay, Valley, Neb 31
R. F. Brown Dumfries. Ia 89
Mary Stokes, Council Bluffs 76
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FATAL FIGHT IN SIOUX CITY
"Billy Freeman, Colored, Killed by
Charles Magalre, White, After
Qaarrel In Saloon.
SIOtTC CITT, la., Sept. 17.-Charlee Ma
gulre, white, and "Billy" Freeman, colored,
engaged in a quarrel In a saloon here to
night. The colored man left the place
shortly afterward. Magulre followed him
out, and slipping In front of him fired a
bullet Into his breat. He died shortly af
terward. Many Places for Lawyer.
IOWA CITY. Ia Sept. 17.-(Speclal.)-Will
the office of city solicitor prevent
Henry O. Walker, a young attorney hare,
from accepting the office of counsel for
the Rock Island railroad, Is the ques
tion which was ralstd here after the ap
pointment was announced yesterday.
Walker Is also a member of the Univer
sity of Iowa law faculty. Ha succeeds
A. E. Swisher, the attorney who com
mitted suicide here two weeks ago.
Dr. Clyde Talks at Tabor.
TABOR, la.. Sept. 17.-(8peclal.)-Thbor
college, under the efficient lendorshlp of
the new president. Rev. Frederick W. Long,
opened auspiciously this week.
Rev. John Clyde, pastor of the Plymouth
Congregational church of Omuha, gave (he
opening address In the college 'hapc Tues
day on the theme, "Christian Athletics."
An unusually large number of new stu
dents Is enrolling this term, nnd every
Indication points to a year of Increased
activity and usefulness for Tabo.' college.
Over Five Thousand Troops Expected
to Be on the Ground by
(From a Staff Correspondent,)
DES MOINES. Ia.. Sept. 17.-(Speclal Tel
egram.) Brigadier Oeneral Charles Mor
ton, commanding the , Department of the
Missouri, arrived In Dea Molnoa today and
took charge of tho camp, where 8,200 troops
will be encamped by tomoirow ready for
the maneuvers anl the visit of President
TafV, Lieutenant Frank P. Lahtn has been
ordered here with balloons.
Quick Action for Your Money You get
that by using The Bee advertising columns.
PUBLIC HAS SONG
The A. Hospe Co. Is Only Local
' House to Place Songs on
Sale While They Are
Eeing Sung at Lo
Heretofore Omahans have been conv
pelled to wait. weeks before being able
to warble the various "song hits" heard
at the local theatera.
But thla bit of rurallam Is now over
with, for the A. Hospe Co., of 1618 Doug
las street, Is now In a position to offer
these songs at the very time they are
capturing audiences at the various local
For Instance, this weeks' songs are
here now. as per below Hating:
ORPHECM HITS: "Lady Love;" "Alex
ander Jones;" "Down Among The Sugar
Cane;" "Many's the Time;" and "BUI.
Yo Dun Me Wrong." will be offered here
tomorrow at 19c per copy.
BOYD THEATER HITS: "Whose Girl
Are You7" and "You Can't Be a Friend
to Everybody." the bright spots In "The
Honeymoon Trail," will be offered here
tomorrow at ?0c per copy.
BURWOOD HITS: "Foolish Questions."
'The Hammock Love Kong," 'Kea Shells,"
"Coo-eey," and "Creole Dayg," the ditties
most talked about In Jeff De Angells'
production, "The Beauty Spot," are to
be had here at 80c per copy.
There Is but one Omaha concern whoae
business Is of such volume that publish
ers will agree to such a rapid sales ar
rangement, and that Is the A. Hospe Co.
Go to the theater today Jot down the
name of the aong that strikes your fancy '
buy' It here tomorrow. THAT'S quiok
service for you.
A. HOSPE CO..
1618 Douglaa Street.
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