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TIIF. BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY, r ERRUARY 2."). 1910.
FAMM AM) HtMII ItMl IC1M tir.
HAVE a good hair section of land In
FsskntcheMr. I'nnH'Ui which I miM like
tn exchange for stock of merchandise. Writ
tne if ou are Interested John Morrow.
Kenmsre, N. I).
HKT A N irzilllATi;i OK
NoN-IKKIUAl Kl KAKM IN CANADA.
"NO 'lit il'S NO PAY."
Tne'Canaillan Pacific makes It easy for
you to own Irig farm In the Irrigated sec
llon of the How Klver Valley of Southern
Alberta or the non-lrrltrated section of the.
Saskatchewan Hlver Valley, In Central
Alberta. We'll break ami develop your
lnnd at lees than you could yourself. Hun
dred have paid for their homes In these
Sunny Valleys out of first crop. (Set a
home here on ONLY PMAI.L PAYMENT
1HIKN--WY BAI.AM'K OCT OK YOI'H
CHOPS. "NO CROPS-NO PAY." For
FUi:K descriptive hooks write
JOHN H. JiKNNIS. Asst. to Second Vice
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY,
colonisation Dept., 2n Xorth-av.
Went Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Three Hundred acres In tho heart of the
llnise valley will- be put on the market
March I In tracts to milt the purchaser;
prices right. For particulars call on or ad-1n-s
J. P. Hull. 1901 N. 16th St., Hoise.
FOR SAf.K-3 AC'RKK. SPLKNDTD
house, hams; fruit: 4 miles from- town;
real- bargain. Write PIIOKBK IIAWWJN,
FOR)AI.K Elegant 60 ACRKfl. S MILF.fl
out: Improvements', worth $4.(V); shade;
fruit; cheap; might trade. LI NDSL.E Y",
Crystal Lake. III.
FOR 'PA LB A snap. 4.301) acres virgin
timber and Ihe finest cotton or rice land In
the Delta; new .double deck mill just
started: new hnuses; everything complete;
ready to run; pan'e of 1W7 knocked us
down; all nonresidents, and Inexp- rlenced
lot of stockholders; willing to sell at a loss
If necwaary for quick deal; best proposi
tion ever offered. Within 2' miles of
Mississippi' river; ft miles from R. R. Ievel
land; do not overflow; running bayou
hinects property; -uuvlgable half the year.
Adjoining cotton lands worth IT an acre;
rent for JH. Timber alone worth about what
we WW take for whole proposition. Finest
body of (Jinn, oak. Cypress and A?h In tho
whole southland and a fortune In the land
when timber Is removed. Tenants for every
acre as fast as cleared. Don't bother unless
you 4ia.cn the money; no time to fool. Don't
delay; .the ftrHv reasonable offer takes It
in fee ' simple. Add rests SOti T. H. Trust
ftldg., Terre Haute. Ind.
FINELY. IMPROVED FARMS,
$20 PER ACRE
All t-entrd, paying from 10 to 22 per cent
rent. Rest alfalfa In the world. E.tsy
terms. If not as represented, will return
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Gl't N. Y. Life Uldg. Phone Red 1999.
FOR SALE 640 'acres one mile west of
Arlington depot; nearly all In cultivation;
good Improvements. See John Bowles, Ar
lington, ;Kn. ; . .
700-ACRE Mc. stock farm, 100 miles south
of Kansas City; big snap; $15; pay com
mission. Wm. Qraham. Eldorado, Kan.
FOR SALE A' number of splendid Im
proved' (irmi In 'Doniphan and Anderson
counties, Kansas, from 6 to 300 acres; good
soli, reasonable .price and easy terms. Write
Albert C. Wiegan't, Wathena, Kan. Box O.
. FOR SALE 3Vi miles northeast of Sparks.
Kai);, 10 acrea. with 5-room house, good
outbuildings, well, apple and pear orchard,
some timbers half mile from schooi. Will
sell at $40 per. acre, part cash, balance on
time.. John, Jkloelter. Wathena, Kan.
. FOR ,SALE t(W Acres of land In Ness
county, Kan., 5 miles from railroad sta
tion;' 300 acres of nice, smooth wheat land.
IKS In cultivation;.- balance good pasture
land; price, $10 per acre. .Address Box 228,
Ness City. Ka,rj, .,
BCY WW AND OET A LIBERAL
The 8W1GART TRACT makes the best
offer left in reech of the average man;
In the center of Michigan's Famous Fruit
Belt. BKST CLOVER AND FRUIT LAND
IN THE STATE. Lake Michigan harbors,
four railroads, fast boats; only nine hours
to Chicago. Large profits In fruit, dairy
ing and stock raising. ACT NOW, $8, $10,
$12. 15 to $25 per acre. terniB as low as
$10 down and $5 per month on 40 acre.
Prices higher in the spring. Many are
buying with privilege of exchange when
they KO on MY PRIVATE CAR EXCUR
SIONS which begin again In March. The
SWIG ART TRACT is the largest In Michi
gan owped by any one, and 'therefore of
fers the best selection, and you take no
lHk ill) this plan. For a small fruit farm,
an,d poultry - and truck raising get a
MASON COUNTY TEN ACRE PIECE
thoiwat in the SWJGART TRACT, one mile
from R. R.; good markets, price $250, $5
per month. FINE LOTS In the new and
growing iowii or ' -vveiinion, on Deaunrui
Crystal Lake. This Is the only propusl- i
I tlon in Michigan which gives an lnsur-
, WIII.W irtuuir lui mu protection O I me
purchaser's family, if you die before pay
ineut ura completed then your heirs get
the farm free of charge. Send for large
map and bestt booklet published on the
Hubjott- of Mlchlgivn.
, , G. S. SWlGART. Owner.
1248-49-50 First National Bank Building.
' ' CHICAGO.
FOR SALE. ON EASY TERMS Beauti
ful lot in Hlgman Park, overlooking Lake
Michigan. ARTHUR B. HiGMAN, Benton
Harbor, . Midi., , ,
FOR SALE WE SELL MICHIGAN
FARM LANDS. NORCROSS-1NKSTER
CO., Kalamazoo, Mich.
FOR SALE A 1'ARM TO ORDER
80.000 acres of -the best fruit and farm
land In Western Michigan; mostly in
Manistee, Wexford. Mason and Osceola
counties. This large acreage gives the
best selection in Michigan. Largest part
formerly hardwood lands. We can satisfy
any man s land desires. Prices $8. $10, $13
$14, $16 to $25 per. acre. Investigate. Open
Monday and Friday evenings until 8 p. m.
Sunday from 9 to 2 p. m
THB HART TRACT,
GEO. A. HART, Owner.
CHICAGO OFFICE. 1010-1012 CHICAGO
v OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
FOR SALE BUY A FARM WHERE
FARMERS PROSPER. Send for price list.
E. S. DOUGLAS; Lawrence. Mich.
FOR SALE LAKE FARMS IN FRV1T
BKLT OF MICHIGAN; 6 a., good nous
and barn. $1,250; 75 a.. fine bulldlnge,
fruU. beautiful ahore, grove and view,
14.000; 17 a., summer rehort. now build
in ith. 600 feet shore, fine woods, $3,500.
Reasonable payment down on these;
monthly or yearly payments on balance,
fall at once. L. J. LEWIS. Bangor, Mich.
FOR SALE $10 and a bit of faith In
your fellowmen Is all that ntanria be
tween you and your chance to make big
profits on the productive lands 1 sell.
Urlm. for booklets and map. S. S.
THORPE. Cudlllac. Mich.
- , .;,. . aloatana.
FOR HAUWK HAVE SX) ACRES FOR
Pale In the Great Judith basin. Montana.
Wli4h will vletd yearly 40 hurhels of winter
wheat per fore irnd 6 tons of alfalfa with
out Initiation; the land is located only S
miles from railroad; price 43 per acre, one
Ihlrd down, balance to ault purchaser; "we
also have lis) acr tracta In same neighbor
Imod; get free maps from WM. H. BROWN
CO.. 1S1 La Salle St.. Chicago. 111.
We have 100.009 acrea of choice land to
aelettt tioin. ranging In - price from la tt
I to per .acre. Thia land la In the oil and)
ga a district and )ott wight lei an oil wall
. Hh our laud.
' JiOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
tiuite u4 N.r Tork l-lls Bldg
FOR KALr-i.400 acrea northern Cali
fornia tut ritllrnad; when water Is on this
laid It will aell for (100 per acre In small
trans; will take V vuali, In good city
1iu-oii.. equity or clear xacHiit. balance
senilis, li. C. M4 ' .
I REAL ESTATE
jFAHM AM) HANtll t.AXD POR 9AI.I
FARMS FOR KALF We have a number
of farms In northwest Missouri for sale.
Don't delay. Come and let us show you. No
trade considered. llouhrr A Williams, Sa-
j vannah, Mo. ,
Fort SAI.K Farm of IS acres. It miles
east of St. Joseph. Write or inquire of C.
H. Nold Lumber Co., St. Joseph, Mo.
A HUNDRED thousand fruit, dairy and
poultry farms In Missouri. $2."i0 per acre
and up. For full particulars a.-k Missouri
.'tats Immigration Commission, Spring
FOR SALK-Onod farm of 300 acres tim
ber land. Ii0 cultivation, 14.'. grass land; IV
miles from Napier. 6 miles from Mound
city; good improvements; heirs of this
estate will receive sealed bids for sale" of
it until March 1. l'llO, reserving the right
to reject any and r.ll bids. Information
given. R. K. Moser, Mound City, Mo.
FARMS Write for my free list of Im
proved farms in Carroll county, Mo., for
sale. Many good bargains. W. A. Parsley.
FOR SALE Fifty Improved farms 40
miles smith of Kansas City In the corn,
clover and hluegrass belt; $40 to $00 per
acre. Send for lists. J. B. Wilson & Co.,
FOR SALE LAND AND IMPROVED
FARMS Rest southeast Missouri land and
farms, forty to 500 acre; from $16 to $4
per acre: easy terms. Write and tell us
what you want. We -can stilt you. Booklet
SMALL RANCH-720 acres 13 miles from
Long pine, well lmprftved and all fenced,
liood reasons for selling. Price, $12 50 per
aci-e. For particulars write Chas. P. Nel
son. Long Pine, Neb.
800 ACRES, $10 PER.
Fine grass land, four miles from North
Platte. Neb.; will take small Improved
farm or Omaha property.
W. T. GRAHAM, MM Bee Bldg., Omaha,
25 Miles Omaha, $60 Per Acre
No waste land. K acres timber, 100 acres
cultivation; 6-room house, good barn; all
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
C24 N. Y. Life Bldg. Phone Red 1999.
820-ACRE relinquishment. 11 miles south
of Pattee, Neb.; for quick sale, $1,000.
Lathrop & Tobin, 415 Bee Hldg.
800 ACRES $10 PER.
I,ics In a body within 5 miles of North
riatte. Neb. ; will trade for small improved
funu or city property.
W. T. GRAHAM, Bee Bldg.
Bargain in Farm Land
Owner will sell an 840-acre North Platte
valley farm. Improved, irrigated and n fine
income producer, at a price which will en
able you to subdivide, sell out and double
your money in six months. Will give
terms. Address M, 704 N. 60th St., Omaha,
480 ACRES AT $25 PER ACRE
Do you want one of the best farms In
SHERIDAN COFNTY. Neb.? ALL FIRST
CLASS FARM LAND; 120 acres in culti
vation; fenced; house., barn, granary and
windmill: .1 miles east of Hay Springs and
7 miles west of RusbvUle; the county seat;
railroad runs through the farm. Owner
lives at this end of the) state- and will give
easy terms of payment, and will take a
house and lot In Omaha at Its cash value.
This farm Is now worth over $30 per acre,
and will be worth $iiO In a very few years.
The soil Is first class. ,,
OMAHA MFTUAI, JREALTY CO.,
012 Paxton. Block.
'Phone Douglas 2784.
MOTT Ife THE SPOT.
For a good, live hotel man having at least
$5.0110 in money. MMf is to be a division
point on the new railroad now building
from Mandan to Mott.' A man can make
a fortune buying this hotel and running
It during the next two or three years. For
particulars In relation to this hotel and
business openings at Mott.. FlaHher and
Mandan. write William H. Brown Co
Mandan, North Dakota ' v
ro r SALE Farm a.nd timber lands In
Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi
Write for bargain list. Young-McCrary-McConnell
Co.. 244 Randolph Bldg., Mem
FOR SALE-Homestead relinquishment,
two miles from M. & Piiget Sound railroad
survey in' Meade county, South Dakota.
Write to R. L. Petty, New Providence, la.
SOUTH TEXAS. '
In Austin county, near Houston t.
we can sell you fine.' rich farm lands that
grow corn, cotton, alfalfa, figs, oranges,
melons and all sorts of vegetables. You
are not buying raw prairie land cf uncer
tain value, but well improved farms, that
have been producing good crops for several
GOOD LANDS.' LOW PRICES. EASY
Good railroads, - good churches, fine
schools, stores, tanks, factories, etc.; 45
Inches of rainfall; no irrigation necessary.
Our lands are Rapidly Increasing in value.
ii ua ten you aooui mem. only is to -V
per acre. Write,
J. M. SHOOK CO..
Suite 709, New York Life Bldg.
Kansas City.. Mo.
WE WANT YOU TO 'SEE.
The land that we are offering for (6.00
per acre and compare it with others. Then
we have real farms, low as 117.50 per acre.
Easy distance of Houston, city of 100,000.
Go with us Tuesday, March 1 Low round
trip rate. .
NOWATA LAND LOT CO.,
624 New York Lile Bids. Red 1999. '
ONE INCH, 72 CENTS
This is a One-Inch Ad.
To sea your farm write a description of
It In about 00 words and send It to IHK
OMAHA BEE Classified Dept., together
with 72 cents for each day you wish it pub
FOR SALE Texas school . lands; pver
l.OuO.OU) acres for a)e by the state; you
can buy 640 acres. 2 an acre; pay.JJi cash
and balance after. 40 years; lne farming
and fruit land and healthy climate. For
further Information send 6 cents postage
INVESTORS' PUBLISHING CO., Dept. 13,
San Antonio, Tex. . , .
FOR SALEColotilxatlon tract; 2,KM)
acres; practically .free from stumps and
stones; rich soil; well drained; well watered
by river, creeks and springs; compact body;
cut by railroad; touwbes small town and
within 3 miles o( city uf 1,500 people; roads
built; eaay clearing; land adjoining Belling
In small tracts at (15 per acre. Price I7-i0
per acre; cash; no trades. Owned by
E. H. Smith, Sau Benito, Tex.
FOR SA I jE HISTORIC VIRGINIA HOME
716 acres fertile land; timber boundary;
living streams; terraced garden; charming
old colonial house; modern equipment;
glorious views; perfect environment. Illus
trated pamphlet. Price. (55.0J0.
FREE REAL ESTATE REGISTER
H. W. HILLEARY & CO.,
For full liifurinallon conce.-ning farms
and fruit lands in the slate of Washington
and ESPECIALLY IN THE SPOKANE
COI'NTRY, CALL OR WRITE J. R,
Ll'SK. HOTEL LOYAL. OMAHA. NEB
CHEAP FARES ON ALL PM'IKIC
COAST LINES GO INTO EFFECT
MARCH 1. IF POSSIBLE. SEhl MR
USE'S REAL'TIFI'L DISPLAY OF
WASHINGTON APPLES AT THE
FOR SALE Yak I tat offers 100 per cant
profit; lots cost (30; (5 down, balance la
month; E. B. Bl'TLEH, American Bank
Bldg, Seattle. Wanh.
FOR SALE WESTERN APPLE LANDS
FA MOI'S WENATl'HEK.
Three 10 acre tracta 4 mile froin heart
of city. About 600 to taxi trees apiece of
Spltxi-ul.ei. Wlnesap. and Yellow Newton
itpiiln apples In third your. Similarly lo
caied bearing oruliards, worth (J.twO per
acre, otwiei leaving the country. No com
m'asion. 1'ili-a $.uj0. JVi, and t9.ua).
41alf lasti, l.ol. easy lkia, 4ii Wnnalchee,
FARM AM HAN II l.AMJ FOR iM9
run ?ai-', A new log house and 40
si res 01 lami ior 1 1 on. on terms of 0
biki iu a nionin; no interest, no
mam. many omrr tractr also. n Vilas
county, Wisconsin For full particular
vine 10 jiepi. o, u. K. SANBORN COM
pany, Kagle River. Wla.
FOR SALE FARM KR3 AND INVEST
ukh Follow the trail of successful peo-
r,, " 'AKi.t,i I'm t ot ntv.
Wisconsin, to Invest In irood farm l.n.i.
fine selections $7. HO to per acre; best
""r""! '" irom i to 6 miles from
LBJ,r,;;.dAx,V." or Particulars and map.
S.KII)lORE UNl' Box 5-L. Marlri-
. . .
FOR Information and literature on farm
land and Irrigated fruit lands Idaho, Ore
gon and Washington call on us. or write
us XV Neville block. Omaha. Neb. Sher
wood Immigration Co.; J. W. Young, local
ONE INCH, 72 CENTS
This is a One-Inch Ad.
To buy a farm write a description of It
In about SO words and send li to THB
OMAHA BEB Classified Dept., together
with 7$ cants for each day you wish it duo
llshed. This usually does the work.
Persistent Advertising la the i.nj to Big
HEAL ESTATE FOR RENT
house ar.d barn. Har-
THREE QUARTERS, near Valparaiso.
$2.60 an acre, if taken immediately; bear
ing orchard, 100 acres cultivated on each.
Chas Sanford, Richards Blk., Lincoln.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
MONET TO LOAN-Payne Investment Co.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. JO. Wead,
Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam.
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Brandels Bldg.
LOANS to home ovners and home build
ers, with privilege of making partial 'pay
W. H. THOMAS,
(03 First National Bank Bldg.
FIVE l'EK CENT MONEY
o loan on
Omaha business property.
Room 1, New York Life Pldg.
WANTED City loans and warrants.
Farnam Smith it Co., 1320 Farnam St.
GARVIN BROS., 81! N. T.
$200,000 on Improved property.
Life, $500 to
$500 to $5,000 on hornra In Omaha. O'Keefa
Real Estate Co., 100J H. T. Life. Douglas
or A 2152.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR
5, ( and 7-room houses. If prices aro right
we can sell your property for you.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg.
This is a One-Inch Ad.
To buy a home write a description of It
In about 60 words and send it to THB)
OMAHA BEE Classified Dept.. together
with 72 cents for each day you wish it pub
lished. This usually does the work.
HAVE you a standard typewriter to ex
change on high-grade piano? H 380, Bee.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of eTthniig
Ing property. HARRY H. CULVER, 8ult
m and M0, N. Y. Life Bldg.. Oniana.
(-ROOM house, good barn. Rents $20 per
month. Price J2.6O0. Mortgage J1.000. Truda
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
6S4 N. Y: Life Bldg. Phone Red 1999.
W0.000 GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Doing fine business lr) good live Iowa
town. Want land and some cash.
NOWATA LAND ft LOT CO.,
624 New York Life Bldg. Tel. Red-1999.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
'A No. 1 good stock and trraln farm In
east contral Nebraska, for a clean stock
or merchandise that w 111 Invoice from Jin .
000 to (25.000, in good town; would like to
hear from owner direct; will give posses
sion up till April 1st. A. R. Trail, Fuller
WHO has good eastern Colorado land to
exchange for a modern home, well located?
Address G-478, Bee.
3'.!0 acres of best Iowa land, with over
$.1,000 worth of new Improvements, for $100
per acre; will take In exchange a tract of
good, cheap western land. What have you
F. II. Drake,
516 Brandels Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
For Sale or Exchange
Owners will trade 840 acres fine Improved
la-id In one body, with paid up water rights,
on North Piatte valley, for property which
they can divide so as to separate their In
terests. This land Is priced at $65 per acre,
cash, and Is making a better Income than
100 land In eastern Nebraska. ' Give full
particulars first letter what have you?
Where? What value? How to see?
Address M, 704 N. 50th St., Omaha, Neb.
SKILLED labor commands high wages
and good craftmanship justifies It See
J. A. KERVAN, 508-510 Brandeis Bldg
DERBY WOOLEN MILLS
$15 and $18 Suits to Order
10) 60. 15th St.
MAX MORRIS. (01 BROWN BLOCK.
1411 Harney St. Doug. UIS7.
SPRING WOOLENS HAVE ARRIVED.
TAILOR BECK, 111 So. 15th
G. A. UNDQUEST CO.. 235 PAXTON BLK.
WANTED TO BUY
A GOOD picture show anywhere In Ne
braska. Address 397, Seward, Neb.
BEST price pnld for aecond-hand furni
ture, carpets, tlothlng and ahoea. '1L
BALTIMORE Jd-hand atore pays best price
for 2d-hand furniture, clothea, etc. D. 42bi.
Second hand clothing, party, afternoon
dreaaea. John Fetdman. D 312S. Ind. A-:&l
JUST opentnp buslnai
wanted; highest price; stoves, furniture.
aw. niacn. repaired; writ. guar. New York
Repair Shop. 1117 Dodge; D. U0; A 43j1
HIGHEST price pa.d for broken watches!
old gold, ete. .U. Nathan, 211 bo. Utb..
GOOD PRICK for aecond-hand clothe
ahoea and furniture. UELNER. Doug. &4U1
WANTED TO RENT
GENTLEMAN desires nice large fur
nished room and bath T.'.th first class
board. Will pay good price for light Place
Addrtss K Vi, care Uc
WANTED By young man, place to work
for board while attending Uoylea' college.
POSITION as office manager or tire
salesman In automobile house. No objec
tion to leaving rltv. Address K-47A, care
SIT. wanted bv Japanese as cook
other work. Address H 3ii2, te.
SIT. wanted by a Japanese while going
to rchixjl. Address C 3ti5, Bee.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Real estate transfers for February 24.
1310. furnished by the MldlHtid Guarantee
and Trust, company, bonded abstracters,
title Insurance. 1714 Farnam street, Tele
phone Douglas IW:
Ellsahoth Johnson to Joseph Oden-ri-lder.
rlght-of-wnv In n4 s4 11-'6-10
Ed. W. Mnrnell to Mabel Marnell.
lot 1. block 11. Plainview i
Mary K. Donohoe and husbnnd to
Ella Leahv, w of lot 8. block 4,
Knuntze Rith's add 10,000
Hans F. Knudsen and wife to Albert
I Anderson, lots . 7 and 8, block
5. village of Irving-ton 3.000
Hans F. Knudsen and wife to Albert
1 Anderson, part lots 6, 7 and It.
block fi, village of Irvlngton J
Walter .. Hlxenh.iugh and wife to
Annie M. Richardson, s"4 lot 49, all
lot 50, Windsor Place extension 3,500
The Franciscan Monastery of St.
Clare to Paul U Martin, lots 9 and
10. St. Clare add 1,100
Kenwood Realty Co. to Charles H.
Van Nostrand. lots 318. 31 and 3J0,
Kenwood add 275
Stella M. Chaplen to Stella M. Ham
ilton, part hp), l-15-i:i, other land.. 1
John E. Barrett to Harvey J. Grove,
lot 70. Keystone Park 1,300
The John A. Crelghton Real Estate
ntid Trust Co. to Rose P. Foster,
lot 13. block 2. Creighton's 2d add... 800
Charles D. Woodworth and wife to
Cash C. Chafa. lot 2. block 2, Mc
Gavock & O'Keefes add to South
Henry A. Honaker and wife to Carrie
Petersen, lot 21. block 21. Benson 2,700
John C Petersen and wife to Anna
C. Simpson. s70 feet of lot 4, block
lfi'4, city 1
John E. Simpson and wife to John C.
I etersen. same . 1
Frank W. Carmlchael and wife to
Frank Rouse, lot 111, block 11. Hal
cyon Heights i
Jennie V. Bovell and husband to
Mary R Burns, eVi lot 11, block 2,
Hillside No. 1 115
Clement L. Waldron to Abner Heater -
lot 6, block 2. Botra-'s and Hill's 2d. 1
Charles Rerger and wife to Eldridge
ii-uei, ioi n, chock l, Hastings &
Eldridge Dwiel and wife to Addle
E. Butler. ?ame S rum
Otto Siemssen and 'wife to Emll W.
Gunther, part lot 10, block 80, city
of South Omaha 100
United Investment Co. to Robert H.
Itnderyou, lot IS and n6 feet lot 17,
block 3. suhdlv. J. I. Redlck's add... 3,000
KRtle McElllgott and husband to
Albert F. Noona and wife wft5 feet
eIO feet of 864 .feet lot 7, block 6,
Improvement Assn. add 2,400
Anna M. Kollertz to Lottie H. Gullch,
tinri4 lots 9 and 10, block 8, Myers,
Redick Tildon's i
Agnes V. Johnson and husband to
Frank H. Gullck, lots 9 and 10,
block 6, same
ioitio it. uuiicK et al., to Frank H.
a. j . t-nristensan to Robert F. Bacon
and wife. s8 acres of nl2 acres of
w'i of owl4 nw!4 10-16-12 4,000
NOTICE OK STOCKHOLDERS
Notice Is hereby given that the regular
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
houm ruin una company, will De held
at the office of said company at Lincoln,
Nebraska, at 11 o'clock a. ni., on the second
day of March, A. )., 1910.
C. H. MORRILL.
A. B. MINOR,
",!.,u'(.(' - : Maoretary.
NOTICE tOf STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
lng. The regular annual meeting of stock
holdarMn XiuS Bee Publishing company will
be held In the office of the company In The
uee- Dunning,' corner Kin ana Farnam
streets, Omaha, Nebraska, on Mondav,
March1 Tth, 110. at 4 o'clock p. m. Bv order
of he': president. HENRY A. HASKELL,
secretary. Febl8 to M7
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED
bids will b6 received at the office of A. H.
Dyer, architect, Fremont, Nebraska, until
2 o'clock p. m., March 24, 1910, for the erec
tion of an Odd Fellows Home building at
York, "Nebraska, according to plans and
specification now on file at said office.
Separate blls will be received at same time
and. place for the plumbing and heating of
Bald building, also fireproof floors, parti
tions and roof construction. All bids for
either proposition must be accompanied
by a certified check as provided In spec
ifications. The right is reserved to reject
any and all bids. George L. Loomls, Chair
man Home Building Board. F24toM13
OFFICE- OF THE CONSTRUCTING
Quartermaster, Cheyenne, Wyoming, Feb
ruary 19, Dl. Sealed proposals In tripli
cate, will be received at this office, until
9:30 A.- M , Mountain Time, Monday, March
21, 1910, at which time they will be opt-neil
in public, for the construction, etc., of the
following public buildings at Fort D. A.
Russell, Wyoming, via: (1) For construc
tion, plumbing, heating, electEr"wlrlng and
electrio fixtures, for two (2) Quarters for
Field Officers, Plans No. 2,'15-A; (2) for con
struction only of two (2) Band Stands,
Plans No. 64-B. Plans and specifications
for the Inspection of bidders, are on file
in this office, also the office of the Chief
Quai-termaater, Department of the Colo
rado. Denver, Colorado, office of the Chief
Quartermaster. Department of the Missouri,
Omaha, Nebraska, and the office of the
Secretary of the Builders' Exchange, St.
Paul, Minnesota. Proposed blanks and
General Instructions to Bidders may be
had upon application to this office. The
Government reserves the right to reject or
accept any or all bids or any part thereof.
Envelopes containing proposals should be
Indorsed "Proposals for construction, etc.,
of public buildings. Fort I). A. Russell,
Wyoming,- to be opened March 21, 1910."
and addressed to V. K. Hart. Captain 15th
Infantry. Acting Quartermaster, V 8. A..
In charge of Construction, Room 3, Keefe
Hall. Chevenne. Wyoming.
F-21 23-24-26 M-18-19
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ASSUMES BIG TASE
Tries to Evolve System in County Hoi
pital Medical Department.
WANTS SOME ONE TO EE HEAD
lie win Seek to Make One Person
Responsible and Avoid Such Con
fusions as Now Exist 1st
This Important Work.
An attempt to bring to an end the anom
alous condition at the county hospital with
rtspeot to medical supervision of the plant
will be made by County Commissioner
Tralnor at the next meeting of the Board
of County Commissioners.
Mr. Tralnor will then Introduce a resolu
tlon that the general meeting of the staff
of the hospital, which has been long talked
of, be finally held and that the board pro
ceed to take some action on the resigna
tions of the supervising medical committee
which includes Drs. Lake, Lemere and
These resignations have been before the
board for several months, coming close to
the heels of the outbreak of charge and
countercharge which finally resulted In the
departure from the hospital of Miss Lena
Hlgglns, the head nurse; Dr. Bert Torgu-
sen, the Interne, and F. R. Beasongood, the
Partly because the medical committee was
displeased because the Board of County
commissioners did not follow Its recom
mendations In the matter of Dr. Torgusen
and Miss Hlggins, and partly because the
committee knew that the new chairman of
the commissioners' committee on the hos
pital, who Is Commissioner Trainor, fa
vored a return to the chief of staff at-st.m
It Is regarded by no means certain that
a return to this system will be favored
by the board, but there will be an effort
now to bring some conclusion to the exist
There is now the more reason for hi
because the County hospital's crowded con
dition has come under the notice of the
grand Jury, which, It Is hinted, will recom
mend that something bo done at one to
alleviate the congestion, particularly in the
Not One Death in
Severe Jolt to Epidemic Boosters
Seeking Material at the
The epidemic boosters seeking food
for their grist at the city health office
found themselves completely out of ma
terial Thursday. Not one death had been
reported by the ph-slcians of Omaha In
the last twenty-four hours, so far as the
health office records showed.
Major John Barker, who has been keep
ing the health record of the city for many
years, says this blank on the death side
of his register doesn't occur very often.
I hat It should occur at this particular
time Is very encouraging to all of us."
s:iid Major Barker. "if we are heino-
decimated by a frightful epidemic there
has been no startling Indication of It here.
And if all those cases of typhoid were as
dangerous as painted by some we ought to
be hearing of It at this shop In an unmis
takable way. Omaha Is as right as any
city In the country on the side of health
GIVES ORDER AGAINST BAUMS
Judge Nation (.ranis Plea of William
Bennett Against Meeting nt
A restraining order was signed by
Judge Sutton In district court Thurs
day afternoon forbidding the holding of a
meeting of the Bennett company In Dover,
Del., Saturday. "The restraining order was
prayed for by William Bennett and la di
rected against J. E. Baum, David A. Bautn
and other directora of the Bennett com
pany. The petition sets up that a notice has
been sent to stockholders. Including Mr.
Bennett, that at this Saturday meeting a
resolution will be voted on to Increase the
capital stuck to $;50,00ul
IS BELOWCOST RATE VOID?
Power of State Over Domestio Traf
fic Point in Argrunent.
COAL CASE FROM NORTH DAKOTA
tale Argues Cost of Service for Sin
gle Rale Cannot Be Determined
' Road Demands Fnlr
WASHINGTON. Feb. USWhether a state
may fix a maximum rate on a commodity
of Inlra-state commerce below the cost of
transportation was the basis for a keen
argument today before the supreme court
of the I'nlted States. The legal representa
tives of the state of North Dakota defended
the constitutionality of the ntate law of
IflOT, fixing the rate on coal, and counsel for
the Northern Pacific Railway company
attacked It as designating a rate below the
cost of service.
Attorney General Miller and Attorneys T.
P. McCtie and Guy C. II. Corliss had filed
a brief In defense of the decision rendered
by the supreme court of North Dakota In
favor of the law. Charles W. Dunn, general
counsel for the Northern Taclflc, hatl pre
sented a brief, attacking the law and the
decision of the state court.
The counsel for the state argued that the
reason why the cost of service was not
controlling where a single rate was In
volved was two fold. In the first place. It
was contended, It was Impossible to deter
mine with anything like accuracy what
such cost of service was. In the second
place, there was no Injury to the equit
able title of the carrier as a result of the
cost of service not being controlling, as
long as the carrier was allowed on the
whole to earn a fair profit on the Invest
ment In the business. Furthermore. It was
contended that other elements may serve
lo make the rate a reasonable one. though
It Is less than the theoretical cost of ser
vice. In the ease of the rate on coal, It
was argued that It may be entirely reason
able for the state to put In force a low
rate for the purpose of developing a great
natural resource by stimulating the pur
chase of local coal In place of foreign coal
through the reduction In the cost of the
Flays Argument of Roads,
As to the argument that the reduction
of the rate on coal meant an additional
burden on other commodities, counsel for
the state contended that It was Illogical to
speak of this as "robbing Peter to pay
Paul." According to their point of view,
the subject was neither more or less than
a case of proper rate classification with
the Incidental result that one commodity
sustains a greater weight of expense than
A vigorous attack was made on other
arguments of the railroad. "If the doctrine
contended for by counsel for the defend
ants be sustained by this court." said the
counsel for the state, "the decision will not
merely mark an epoch It will Inaugurate
a revolution In the development of the law
relating to the regulation of transporta
tion charges by the railways of the coun
try." It was said that the result of a decision
In accordance with the contention of the
railroads would be to cripple seriously, If
not practically to destroy, the rate making
power of the nation and of every state.
Importance of State Receipts.
"The burden of proof la upon the rail
roads to show that the rate Involved will
cut down the net earnings of the railroad
from purely lntra-state business below the
point of a fair profit," said the state's
counsel. "There Is no evidence as to the
gross receipts from purely lntra-state busi
ness; no evidence as to tha gross expense
properly chargeable to such business; and
no proof of the value of tha property which
may be fairly said to bo engaged In the
carrying on of such business. It there
fore stands admitted upon this record that
despite the rate In question,, these de
fendants can earn at least a fair profit
upon their purely lntra-state business."
On the other hand, the counsel for the
Northern Pacific contended that In order
to be constitutional the rate must permit
a fair amount of profit for the railroad.
"No one can contend It to be necessary
for the protection of the public," said the
railroad's counsel, "that any rate be fixed
by legislative authority below the cost of
furnlshlnjr the service. Such a contention
would be contrary to the fundamental pur
poses of the police power. And viewing the
situation from the standpoint of the public,
can have no Interest which ought to
compel a carrier to furnish certain classes
of service at less than cost, thus to charge
the loss against the balance of the service.
Such a p-lnclple Is contrary to public pol
"Discrimination," Roads Answer.
"Any discrimination by a public service
company which consists in renoering a
service below its cost ts'unjust discrimina
tion and unuawful. It is Inconceivable that
test of reasonable rates will be adopted
by the court which' would compel carriers
to do the very thing forbidden by law. Any
JuBt rule, therefore, of rate regulation must
preserve to the carrier both the right and
tho ability to render all service at remun
If the regulation compels a carrier to
render a portion of its service at less than
cost," said the counsel In closing, "inev
itably this loss must be distributed over
the balance of Its business unless the car
rier can refuse to render the service. The
latter alternative Is Impossible. All ser
vice rendered at a loss results In burdening
the balance of the' carrier's service, and
considering that railways are subject to
regulation of many states, as well as to
that of congress, the necessary result of
one state requiring service to be rendered
at less than cost Is to Impose the loss on
citizens of other states and on the business
of tho country at large."
DON'T THROW Al THE MARKER
Official Protection la Given Man Wno
Kecords Rise and Fall of
"Please do not throw at board marker."
This notice posted by the secretary's
office on the board or the umana winin
xchange Is for the protection of the man
who reads the ticker and posts the reports
on the Doara.
Many of the members have acquired a
habit of pelting the man whose duty It is
to record the rise and fall of the markets
which Indicate a loss or gain for the mem
bers. Some took their spite out on the
poor marker when they lost by using him
s a target for hands full of grain, aple
cores and anything else they had htndy.
I don't mind being hit," raid Mr.
Marker, but the majority are such poor
shots they smear up the board."
Mr. E. A. Kelley, Belvldere, 111., writes
us: 1 am an ex-enginrer wnn a years
ctlve service to my credit. About three
years ago my sinneya were effected so
that I had to give up my engine. First I
as troubled with severe, aching pain over
ha hips. Then followed Inflammation of
the bladder, ana spn-ss appeared Derore
my eyes. A sample of Foley'a Kidney
pills that I tried, so benefited me that I
bought more. I continued to take tbem
until now I can safely testify they have
made ma a sound and wall men." Bold by
John Grant on )
the County Board
Eleotion by Three Officials for Va
cancy Unanimous Serres
John Grant was unanimously chosen a'
member of the Hoard of County iTml8
sloners Thursday to succeed John AfVott,
deceased. The meeting of the three offi
cials who are empowered to fill such
vacancy County Judge Leslie. County
Clerk Haverly and County Treasurer Fu
ray toohx place in the office of the lasl
Mr. Grant was elected last year to fill a
similar vacancy which was caused by the
death of Commissioner Kennard. Mr.
Grant contemplated for a time entering
the primaries to be regularly elec,ei la
Hie place if possible, but he finally Wiih
drew and Mr. Scott won both the primary
and the following election.
Mr. Grant will serve until fall, whar,
there will be a general eleotion Thr. .
commissioners will then for the first time f
In years be chosen. The terms of P. J.
Tralnor and Fred Hrunlng expire this year
and their successors must be named next
fall. The election of Mr. Grant Is highly
pleasing to all thw present members of the
Board of County Commissioners,
Old Man Slugged
and Then Robbed
Philip Garfinkle, Junk Gatherer,
Caught by Thug in East
Omaha. r ,
An unidentified highwayman slugged ni
robbed Philip Garfinkle, a Junk gatheJU.
Thursday afternoon, in the vicinity of
Eleventh street and Avenue A, East
Omaha. After robbing the old man the
robber dashed away Into the country and
"Say, uncle, I'll show you where there i
a big pile of old Iron," said a young man
standing by the roadside.
The Junk man welcomed the offer ant
Invited the man to ride In his wagon. Thif
Junk man was led off the roadway to an
obscure spot, where the robber struck him
over the head with an Iron bar. While
his victim laid helpless on the ground the
robber went through his clothea and took
all the money In sight, S-.oO.
Garfinkle was discovered an hour later
and the Omaha police sent an automobile
squad to his assistance. Garfinkle says
that the robber was an absolute stranger,
to him. ,.
Jury Holds the .
Smelter Responsible j
Inquest Returns Verdict that it Was J
, Negligent in Case of Con- f
verter Explosion. I
The American Smelting and Refining it
company Is held by a coroner's Jury to have
been guilty of negligence In the accident' ji j
In which g copper converter exploded. In-, I i
fllctlng burns on Oscar Meyers which
caused his death. Meyers wa: burned on
the night of February 17 and died two days,,
The jury declares the cause of the acer-
dent unknown, but finds that the company,
was negligent In falling to have a com
petent man In charge of the levers con-'
trolling the converter, which beceroe the,
source of the fatal accident. A I
FIGHT BUG RAISES LUMPS
ON FACES OF TWO PUGS
Packing House Hulea Govern Kcrap
of Advocates of Dutchman and
Hrgewlaeh Dane. '
When tha fight bug gets to work It Is
"Nelson's a better man than Wolgast,"
remarked a man walking up Leavenwort
street last night. ?t
"You're way off; see what Wolgast d.id
to him, don't you?"
Then they went to It to decide by the
old, old way of the Jousts the merits
the valiant champions of their favorite
Over and over In the snow they rolled
pummellng each other. ,
"Let's put it off till warmer weather,"
hissed one through his teeth.
Friends separated them and they started
"No, I guess we'd better not let this
matter go," said the Nelson man. t
They broke away from their friends iand
went a few more rounds In the snow.i At,
last they were separated and put on siv-et
cars at Twenty-fourth and Leavenworth, i
"I'l show you," shouted back the Wol
gast exponent, as his car moved off,
v hen the grass Is green," sneered H
opponent through ihe clanging of '
"ahead" bell. m y
In the abdominal region Is prevented h
the ure of IJr. King's New Life Pi'jf,, th
palnjess purifiers. 26c. For sale by Keaton:
Drug Co. "
CRAIG 'PHONES FROIvTCHICAGO
City Knilarrr Will Tell All He'
Knows of the Harry Co w-
dnror Matter. ..)
City Engineer Craig has telephoned to'
his assistant, George Campen, that he will
make a statement of all the facta he has lit
connection wtlh the resignation of Fore
man Harry Cowduroy as soon as he re-J
turns from Chicago. The city engineer is
expected home Friday or Saturday. '
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