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TIIR BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. APRIL 1C, 1010.
rHH AKU H4A(H Lt,U rOR
It A HM "BAMOAI.I.
Mnst e sold on account of '
peaita; wcii Improved iHv-acre (arm 1
mtlee from town) price, 14 per acre; aaajr
lei bis. J. T. Campbell. Litchfield. Web.
WE8TK.RN RKAt ESTATE.
Farm and town property b railroad
Tl.ht-of-way 1a bought throuaa. Kinkaid
fcomesteada. Lrjr land to oome under
rnment ratal. Don't wait Addraaa O.
boa No. Jfcl. Uerina. Neb.
MRMS, Improved and unimproved
ranches. F. J. Dlehner, O'Neill. Net. '
' North Dakota.
LA ROR and small tract of land for sate
In IN'orth lakota and Montana. Mlaauuri
Valley Land Co., Dickinson. N. D.
100 IMPROVED FARM" FOR "ALK-aSOO
will buy on a, balance half crop payments.
Vi'adaworth Land and Troa Co., Iaangdon,
TEN THOUBANp seres of homestead
land In fertile Ward county, N. O. A
map: lit per acre. Lyon Land and Loan
Co., Bowtoella,' N. D. '
STUTSMAN CO., N. D SECTION.
For' sale, an axtra flna smooth eeotlon,
wall looatad; heavy blacK (oil, 130 par acre.
No trades. W. . W. Eeerhardt, Mankato,
OKLAHOMA BARGAINS 400 ' acrea
extra 1J bottom, two aeta lmproyemanta,
M2.K) per acre. ' Best county for corn,
vnral. oata and alfalfa. Our Hat free.
Farma 11.000 to fS.000. Lefebrve Wood,
New Kirk, Okl.
110-ACRE Oklahoma farm for eaJa or e
ehanse for city property or bueinees. Thoa
J. Harrison. Ptyor. Okl. ..
OKLAHOMA map. clroumr. and prise
Hat on farma, ent on request.
IraStout, Cus hin& OkL
; OKLAHOMA .
We have 100.000 acrea of choice land to
select, from, ranging- lu price from li te
M0 per acre. , Tola land la In the olt and
.gas district and you might Bet an oil well
vith your land.. , . .
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite Hi New York Ufe- Bldg.
GRANT COUNTY, 8. P., FARM".
J 00 . acre I. inilea from Troy; U0 acre
under plow; 20 . acre timothy, balance
meadow; all nice, levl land, beat of aotl;
email bouse and granary;, fine farm. Price,
,to0i A2fcO cash, bolance at ( per oent .
. W . acrea Zyi mllea .front, Troy, 130 , sores
under plow, balance all tillable; good soil;
no buildings; a beauty. . Price. $10.W0; one
half' caatt and balance at par cent. .
- -1U0 acrea 2Vs mllea from Troy; 120 acrea
under plow, .,0 acrea tame grass, luo acrea
fenced; for pasture; all nice land -and-all
tillable; nice large house, good barn, gran
ary, etc.; nice grove treea; 2 wells, good
v i c , nt-ui i.i vinteru, ak 'uhuuiui uuiu..
Price, $12,300; one-bait cash and balance at
S per cent." . . -
, (GO acrea S mllea from Troy; 400 acre
under plow, 10 acrea tame, grass, balance
pasture and hay land; A acres fenced; 12
acrea grove: fine large house,, large barn,
granary, and other buildings; well of good
water, .windmill, tank., etc.;. to own this
farm meana to be bappy. Price, 240 per
acre;' 29,000 cash and balance at 6 per cent.
. Also have raw prairie lands for. sale on
easy terms. Address. -'
! THOMAS R. STEVENS,
.' 1 Troy, S. D,
, IXJUGLAS COUNTY 820 acrea H mile
Armour, 260 crop, balance alfalfa and hay,'
(air Imp. ; "At farm, -en sy terms. 820 acres
mllea Armour, one of the very best Im
proved farma In cotinty, land perfect, 100
acres tame grass, balance crop cultivation,
fine grove, orchard; this Is one of the best
barKalivs In county. 220 acres t miles Ar
mour; 200 eultlv., new barn,' fair house; a
genuine bargain In this. 160 acres, all culti
vated,' nt buildings; a bargain, near town,
16 other choice Improved larma In Douglas
and Charles Mix counties, prices $40 to $70
per acre. ' .
BHULE COUNTY 880 ' seres , JV4 mllea
Fukwana, new house, other bulldlnga good,
StuO. cultivated, land the besL 640 acres Vi
mile Pukwana, U0 crop, al! good, tillable
land, good aet Improvements, at a bargain,
low .acres 4 miles Pukwana, .well Improved,
one of the best snaps In county. 120 acres
2 miles town, well Improved, a,' snap. 60
other Improved and unimproved places In
Brule and Buffalo countia, a) up. Have
nothing but the very choicest plecea of
land.. Write for 'further Information, and
lists. " ' ' - ' . . . , .,
,, ,". w. tVbartlett.'. : . ,. " -
90S Grain. .Exchange Bldg... Sioux City. la.
. ' ,SOUTM DAKOTA . LANDS. , . t -$40
aoiea, lying on- the venyat' the foet
of the. Wfcsslneton hilia, iwith $5,000 worth
vl liii!rovHiieiika, i.ui..itlliaT ot m k juu, new
lnk, duiii.wxi, . iin jMeuiy of- room (or
hay, cattle and horses; a good eight-room
uoue, .granary a,u cornotiu;, at m,u wen.,
runninii tnrouijn nog puaiufe; wio aorea of
this , land is as good land, as there la In
hund., and.! .ueauiv . .counLlea, '.. with . -ui
enough slope tv .drain nicely; the other
torty acrt nonsikts of twoive aires of Rood
uaiural , tunticr. uoud ' huh building ' spot
aiul line pnacurc land; uu acres of tills.
urni is in cultivation id zoo acres ta flna
bay1, meadow; level land and ..should be
VuttivatL-u;' ins ,'nu paui la pr cent- nilei -est
on. tne irivesuiRiu lor the last five
yjar: It tan b.byukiii for. the inall sum
of $4..io per acre, on guc-l terms; tue piaco
li4 the auvaiuagts of rural tree delivery
and tt-lepnone; this. c11dii U ultner au In
veatnietit or a liume. fur anyone. to-handle,
with or without, stock, as It lies tributary
to cheap pasture tana; feniy six inliee tro.it
Vv eHSinu tuu, - anir wul bear cloae inspection;
thin Is one of fifty or more oargauia that
we cairotret. - -Wesslligton.Vaiu.-y Lund Co.,
VvtMunWl, D,' -, . , , j . ,
1 . . ' i . t iL. . .
' 1 HAVE for qulok aale a fine Vt section
stvku mlUB tioiu Midland, 116 acrea i luce
growing-wheal, .and . all' under fence- and
uroes lence; small house autl bm w.li
en this - land -at $ij- per' acre, Including
vrup. and new'disc and mower, cood wagon
aad ' otiier . farm machinery; win .carry
umk iJfciO at 't per cut intereau Come
u.lck If you want this suap. Hudson Laud
Agency, iiaiana, n. u. ' . -, .
.rtJlt. lul- big, new list of -South' Dav
kxa anu Aiiuu..uia itndi to exchange far
anei'ttl liiorCtienaise, hardware, catue, to-tome;-
give - lull- -particulars. - Hasiitt'a
Land ' Aency. Marlon. S. D. ' ,
' DOOTH DAKOTA LAN l Tha rush ta on
for btaiuey county land, aevcral new line
of railroad now building In this couiuv.
huy now and duubie your money in tne
i.xxi'twu years, uncuca lands selling t
from $ls to i per acre. . For maps ana In-
oi raiilon write U ' I' eiland Realty Co., 0.1
l a. ace oiug., Minneapolis, juuui. ,
' Texas. '
FOR SALE At a bargain, an Oklahoma
rami, in tne richest agricultural portion
xt slate. , tor particulars auarees weo. J
iri.n, AuiailUu, lex. ...
HFIjOIAL fine proposition of 1.M0 acres;
all fine land, joiuing Hie city of alidiand,
on T. f, H. H ; part can be soid fur
toou lota; balance lor terms; alieatly run
uut in tracts iroiu W acres up; ait unable;
In town, ie booming, and this can be
keiidieu on IM.ww casn; will agree to give
uevus wrtn eacn W tracts with - separate
eei iif pmes; Id annual payments,. per
lout interest; can (uriiish blue print; wine
me at enue. W ill - Jenniuga, Italy, 'fez.;
iUK SALE Cheap land. In old Mexico
and ftlo Oiande valley, Texas; any sise
tract; adapted to sugar cane. otton, fruiia
auu gunmal agriculture; laige socage
lluiber, tiiineral oil and graung; some liu
piwu iMiiuiirs. Adoioea vx C. HUlebrandt
CO., Lands, Loans and iiives.menia, urowna
viiiv, lea., . i ,
IRRIGATED farm In Toyah valley; 10
actes in allaita, 40 acrea ready tor norii;
tnis ta auiu to be the bt term la the
vailey; will pay iO per cent In Is year.
Viina S..K. vatuj. baragoka. l'exaa.
,'"','.,"'' ' Vlegluta.
'WHY remain wheie the ellmatle condi
tions are so .nuch againat you when you
can purvhexe the i tchem land, at - loweat
pi ices, lu 'lie country of ManaloeT A ten
acre farm here will net a much as 100
acies in thu north; delightful oilmaio, no
orouihs, convvolant maiUeta, - abundant
laior, goixi schools; goods enippea fioia
una county ate sold at highest prices li)
liorthem inaikets; esiablUU a fruit and
xegetal'le farm here and b'foiiw ludepend
iu. write for booklet. J. V. White, Gen
eiai liiousinal Agent,- E. A, L. Hallway,
Xorfolk. a. ,
When you uant what you want when
you want it, say so through The Bee Want
Ad column, ...
FARff AMD ltA.4.11 LltO FOR gALIt
BUSINESS PROPKRTY In Flndlay, O,
for wee;ern land; property rente for lit
per month; fine location in 6ne of the beat
towns In Ohio; will give you good trade.
Write for further particulars. Chaa. Hiay
nmn, Fort lodge, la.
And nowhere better than In Snohomish
county, Washington. But little freestng
or hot weather, no bad storms and email
grain, grass, roots and most fruits yield
great; no failures. Butter 80o per
lb. and higher. Our best dairymen have
money In plenty; IS years ago I brought
cowa here from Wisconsin and have done
dairying, ao talk confidently, I am now
aelUng real estate and many farma. Have
one of 116 acres, mostly bottom land,
near large condenaery and good city;
water piped Into bulldlnga, now support
ing 40 cows. Price with tools and some
stock. $16,600. Good tarma. More big and
little. Write for particulars.
J. A. BAKER,
Room I Walsh Bldg., ttverett, Waah.
FOR SALE Ranch on Colorado and
Wyoming line; consists of 1,600 acres of
graslng and hay land; ranch la now
atocked with cattle and nheep;, will sell
ranch with or without stock. For further
particulars apply to Harry Tatham, Jelm,
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYERS . FOR
l, and 7-room houses. If prices are right
we can aell your property for you.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 424 N. Y. Life Bldg..
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loana and warrant, W.
Farnam Smith ge Co., U20 Farnam St.
. LOANS to home owners and home build
ers, with privilege of making partial pay
W. H. THOMAS.
COS First National Bank Bldg.
GARVIN BROS., 118 N. T. Life, $500 to
$200,000 on Improved property. No delay.
$600 to $6,000 oa homes In Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Estate Co., 1002 N. Y. Life. Douglas
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
FIVE PER. CENT MONEY
to loan on '
Omaha business property.
Room L New York Life Bldf.
WANTED City loans. Peers Trust Co.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg., ltth and Farnam.
LOWEST RATES Bemla. Brandels Bldg.
ONE of the finest f i ult farms ever built;
20 acres' large and email fruit: modern
house; an Ideal home and a- big- money
maker. It la worth 17,000. Do you want It?
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite 034 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 199. .
IF YOU want good Kansas farms for
your flats, residence or other Income prop
erty list with tie. ,
LATHROP fc TOBIN,
,416 Bee Building.
CLOSUD earrlaaa or street hack.- landau-
let style, but litle used, made by Cunning
ham and sold new for $1,000. This carriage
Is now worth $u00 In cash, but we would
exchange It for horses or for vacant prop
erty or for western land. Johnson. Dan-
forth Co.. a. W. Cor. lutn and Jones St.
$8,000. - $17,000. $20,000.
$16,000217.000' hard vera . wants land.
Please five legal numbers In flret letter.
JVOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..,
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1W9.
- . FIRST CLASS FARM .
FOR SALK OR TRADE.
I have &!0-cre farm, level and all In high
state of cultivation; 6 acres beautiful grove.
2-room house, with hard wood floor; good
well, cistern, garden, small fruit, beautiful
lawn. Large, new barn for stock and heyi
granary, hog. house,, chicken house,- .car
riage shed: everything In first class con
dition. Bulldlnga painted. It's a picture of
a modern farm "Home Sweet Home"
Legated In Dakota', one and onehalf miles
from a town of 2.O0O. Price $75 an acre.
Clar of Incumbrance. Am moving to
Omaha, and want to take a nice, modern
little home as part payment.. What have
you that's clear? Call .Monday, Room. 6,
Uoim Hotel.- omahu. George-W.' bowder.
- You Want a tnrm ; .
the" Other 'fellow wants city . property or
tock of goods. We want tne commission.
Bend us full description, in tlrst letter aod
e will g you a trade.
' NOWATA LAND LOT CO..
Suite 124 N. Y, Life Bldg, -Red US&
' ' ' 'COAL" AND - TIMBER
land for sale or exchange for good inoome
Sroperty. A.. R... Leyson. Union Block,
maha, Neb. , ,
TO EXCHANGE for stock general mer
chandise.' 160-acre 'llMDrovrri farm l.m.
county. North Dakota, or-820 acres Stuts
man county; worth .Dakota. .Lock: Box
761. Jarfiestownl N. D.
O. A. LINQUEST CO.. 235 PAXTON BLK.
MAX MORRIS, 801 BROWN BLOCK. -.
V?'TAUCiIEN, Kfug Theater Bldg.- '
WANTED TO BUY;
BEST PRICE paid for second-hand furni
ture, carpets, ciothlng and shoes. 'Phone1
Douglas. 371. ... ' A '.
-SECOND-HAND clothing.-party, afternoon
dretacg John Ksldman. D. tin or Ind, A-m.
I BUY, sill .and 'exchange second-hand
goods. Sol Iioaenberg. 10s .8. ltth. Doug. SuSi.-
KEISER paya best for f urnfture, ' etc.
Antique furniture cheap. 10J0 Center. 1). 64t2.
WANTED 6,000 feather beds. Write or
'phone D. 7502, . Metropolitan Feather Co.,
801 N. 20th. ' ". '.
BEST PRICES paid for Id-hand furni
ture, carpets, stoves, clothes, shoes. - -D. 6S?1.
WHEN writing to advertisers, ; kindly
mention The Bee,
WANTED TO RENT
We Are Getting. Numerous Call
For Houses of All 81zea List With Us.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
(24 N. Y. Life Bldg. .Phone Red 199.
WANTED ThVee furnished ' roome for
small family In choice location; Hanaoom
Park district preferred. Phone Harnev 3.'8.,
A. CLEAN, energetlo young man. with
two years' experienoe aa head clerk to salea
and traffic manager of lurte manufactur
ing company desires position m advancing
route of similar character. Referencea. Ad-,
(trees It iJfi, car 1 lee. - -
All Jaoaeta Safety Devices t Wireless. etc
London-Pa ris Hamburg
rinrlnnsU,Apr.M,UAM(e)Orat Wsldrse May it
lb) Arnnlka Apr. lOilhl K Aug. Vlc..W7
U) Fraa. Urnt.. .. Mlf 4 Hlux-her May U
tel rnnuylvaiil. May 11 illautac'dland .... Ma U
tb) aui-Oarlton a Is lane Rmauraat.
4c) Hajnburf d iracu a Naw.
Kackbazg-Aaaertoaa 1,1 ae. 4S B'way, T. T.
or local Ageata
k D - 10,000 Tee rati Mwa raaaanga Srvmakara
' - . IMrert te
Karnay, Sweden tad GeQnwS.
Oacar II April til H.llla Otav May N
C. r. Tlataaa May l Ouxr II J una t
I'nlted Simm ....Mar U O, r TUiian .. Jura It
All Kteamere wonippeg un WUelaea,
At rat aafa.' tu asaia, wmi4 wMa. tas.. a. a,.
JOtlftaOsa a U.. Itt Waal Kin. I. gu Caiaaaa.
OX TO) UKliA. awaikTa. .
AFFAIRS. A I SOUTH OMAHA
John Franek of Second Ward for
President of Council.
MEMBERS AGREE ON COMMITTEES
refer Isaaesoa Retarae te Make
Mare Treekle for Wife Already
Thrice Bereaved Heree
The South Omaha city council, while no
public announcement has been made offic
ially, has practically agreed upon the com
mittees of the council and upon the pre
siding officers. This' agree .ent was
reached In a secret session held at the city
hall - Wednesday night. The members de
bated the question of the appointment until
nearly midnight, and held some preliminary
voting In an Informal way. The president
of the. council, according to Information
which has been , given out. Is to be John
Franek of the .Second ward, democrat.
The vice president la to be August Miller,
republican.- It Is pretty definitely decided
that these will be the presiding officers.
The line-up of ths committees Is given also,
but this- Is prospective simply and possibly
may be changed1 in some respects. The fol
lowing are prospective committees which
are to be appointed by the chairman, John
- Finance Miller, Franek, Matt Petersen,
Judiciary Walters, Riha, Hoffman.
Streets and Alleys Tbomas Peterson, Mil
ler, Hoffman. .
Railway - and Telegraph Riha, Miller,
Fire and Water Franek, Walters, Riha.
Street Lighting Matt Petersen, Hoffman,
Public Property and Bulldlnga Walters,
Printing Matt Petersen. Miller, Hoff
License Hoffrrmn, Thomas Peterson,
Charity Riha, Thomas Peterson, Walters.
By the above arrangement It will be seen
that Walters appears In four committees,
Hoffman In six. Matt Petersen In four,
Thomas Peterson In two, August Miller In
five, John Riha In five and John Franek
The president of the council agreed, to
confirm this list 'of committees at an early
date. It will .be .seen that a democratic
majority appears In each committee with
the exception of the committee on railways
and telegraphs and the committee on char
Peter. .Isaacson In Jail.
Trouble never cornea singly is an old
adage which has. been proven again In the
case of Mrs. Peter Isaacson, 2623 Jefferson
street. The third of her sons, Martin, Is to
be burled at 2 p. in. Sunday from Brewer's
chapel, and now Peter Isaacson, the
father, . who left j her two years ago, to
struggle alone, has returned. Yesterday
afternoon after the death of the son, Mar
tin,, had prostrated the mother, Isaacson
came home to abuse and threaten her. This
continued until . Chief John Briggs was
called and placed . him In Jail.
The Redmen will have charge of the fun
eral ' of Martin Sunday and Rev. C. W.
Savldge of Omaha will preach the sermon,
oath Omaha to Visit sale.
The people' of South Omaha who have
been Interested in the benefits worked by
the Associated Charities in the city where
the department is practically new and yet
where a vast amount has been undertaken
and accomplished for the betterment of the
poor, intend to visit in large numbers the
sale which Is to be held in the rotunda of
The Bee building In Omaha today and
Saturday. Miss Cloud, said yesterday morn
ing that she had been spreading the news
of the sale .with success and promises te
give the well - Intentloned people many
surprises in the work of practical charity.
She has v special charge, Miss Selma Ollfs,
whose patience and Ingenuity will be the
wonder of many a visitor at the sale.
-, Big? Ilorae Sale Pleases.
' The . horse sale yesterday at the South
Omaha market proved a great event In the
season. ., The grade of horses was the bes
ever .offered and the quality was much
etter than on , Wednesday. The ring was
crowded by many eastern buyers, who did
not. hesitate to pay big money for the ani
mals which, suited them. The big gray
Percheron geldings, well matched, brought
Ahy , price ' above - 2600. Jim Andy Ford of
Wilmington, ' Del.', bought the high span,
for. which he paid 2720. He even thought
he had a bargain at that Ford Is c;ie of
the biggest horse buyers of the ea:t. He
bought . two carloads of the best class of
matched, animals, and certainly put the
ginger Into the sale. The Pittsburg Con
solidated Ice company bought a load of
the smooth, long-stepping draft animals at
prices which made the ice trust have a
chill." Louis Haitimel of Duluth bought a
span. of grays which cost him 2690.
. Other buyers were John Torpy of Norrls
town. Pa.; Doc Brown of East Buffalo,
N, Y.;. Frank Sweet, Kansas City; Walker
& Blaine, Denver! Ovlart Bros., Red Oak;
Ed Grant. Chicago; John Gould, Chicago,
and . James Burroughs, Philadelphia. The
sale continues today,
' "( ; - , Maglo , City Gossip.
, A. ' E. . Miller,' Twelfth and I streets. Is
erecting a 22,000 residence.
Mrs. W. W. Fisher and Mrs. J. I. Ringer
will entertain the P. E. O. society Saturday
PHONE SOTTTIT 80S for a case of JET
TKft .BOCK BEER, Prompt delivery to
any, part of city. - Henry J. Jetter.
Mrs! Dry f us and Mrs. Marks of Sioux
City are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Her
man Steinberg.. - '
Phii Kearnfey post and the Women's Re
lief corps will meet Saturday night In regu
lar session. All members are Invited.
, METZ FAMOUS BOTTLED BEER For
home consumers. Prompt delivery guaran
teed. IPhone South 164.
Mrs. J D. Jones, Twenty-second and J
streets,- will entertain the women's society
of the Baptist church Friday at 2:30 p. m.
Miss Emily arid Eugene Kennedy have
arrived recently from Ireland and are the
guests of Mrs. Kate Kennedy, their aunt.
The funeral of Martin Isaacson will be
held from Brewer's chapel at 2 p. m. Sun
day. The burial is at Forest Lawn ceme
Programs was'. Issued yesterday for the
Christian church entertainment this even
ing at the South Omaha High school audi
torium. . , .
The Barber's Union dance was attended
by a large crowd which was entertained
until midnight with a fine ball room pro
gram. . , ,
- E. P.' Gould Rons, contractors, have
taken out the permit for the South Omaha
telephone exchange, giving the cost of the
building aa 11-O.OuO
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Bock started home
from Oarmany yesterday, it is believed, as
they Intended, after a visit ot nearly a
year In the fatherland.
FOR RENT Acre tracts: 24 acres. West
L St.; good Improvements; fine for gar
dening. 11 acree, H. &ih St.; 6 rooms, barn,
well and wind mill; nice place. 6 acres, 1
mile south of city limits; good yard and
PROPOSALS FOR PUBLIC BUILDING.
Fort Visrkentie, Wyoming, March 14th,
1910.- Sealed Propnaal In triplicate will be
received until t V. M , mountain
time, April 18th, 1910. for the Con
struction and Electric Wiring of a
Reinforced Concrete Root House, Plan 115.
Plans and Specifications on file at Office
of Chief Quartermaster, Department of the
Missouri, Omaha, Neb.. Chief Quarter
master, Department of the Colorado, Den
ver. Colo.. Builders' Exchange, tit. Paul,
Minn., and the American Contractor, Chi
cago, III. Or the same may be had front
this office upon dcpoalt of five (to 09) dol
lars, which will be oromptly refunded
upon their safe return. Envelopes contain
ing proposals should be Indoraid. "propo
sals for Root House." and adrireaaed e the
Constructing . Quartermaster, rort Mao
kcuale. VYyo. Mch-21-2i-23 U, A-le-ls
Two Interesting Sales at lOlpatrick's
Daturday, April lGtli, Starfino at lO A. 1VI.
No. 1. 1800 yards of choice Foulards, the wanted fabric! The
desirable colors! Perfect goods. Worth from 85c to $1.00. Most
of them made by a leading manufacturer. We are not allowed to'
All att One PFice, S9c Yai?d
No. 2. A great bag purchase, late styles alligator, patent leather,
sea lion, real seal, real calf,-real pig, real Morocco; you've paid $6,.
$7 and $8 for poorer bags, and likely o'do so again. The entire
lot will go Saturday starting at
10:00 a. onu aitt Eactv
There will be many interesting items in other departments.
Notably- The Hosiery and Underwear Section the Men's Fur
nishing Section- Ready-to-Wear Sections and a heaping counter
of Dress Goods Remnants at Just About One-Half Original Prices.
10 O'CLOCK, REMEMBER, FOR THE STAR SALES
cistern. All nice land.1 O'NeU's Real Es
tate and Insurance Agenoy. Tel. South 192.
A special meeting of the Joint Car In
spectors Is to be held In, the next two weeks
at which time some - Important announce
ments are to be made. ' Arrangements for
this meeting were made at a meeting held
at the Exchange building Wednesday.
Nebraska Shoe and Clothrng House, South
Omaha. Specials for Saturdayi-An all wool
Russian blue serge, silk and alpaca lined, a
strictly hand-made suit, cut right up to the
minute; some have the cuffs on the sleeves,
some are made-up plain for the men that
do not care for - novelties; pants- are eut
both ways, full- peg top and regular; a good
21500 value, for Saturday, $10.00. Boy's
suits at L98. ' A good, honest, all wool boy's
suit, lots of good hard wear; pants are
Knickerbocker style, retnforoed taped seams
and a regular suit. Saturday a ball and bat
free with' every suit. Men's underwear,
the Poroeknlt and plain balbrlggan shirts,
both short snd long aleevee; drawers have
suspender tapes and reinforced fleets; spe
cial for Saturday, 3& cents per garment,
i i i ... 1
to Get Outing
Automobile Dealer. Planning for Say
of Entertainment for Inmates of '
Homes for Dependents, r' ,
"An orphans", day parade;''.! a day of out-;
lug. and an automobile ride, for the .In
mates of the orphanages .of the city, Is the
plan of the automobile dealers ot Omaha;
The program ,1s being formulated under the
guidance of committees . from - the Auto
mobile Dealers' Show association . and the
Omaha Automobile Dealers' club. The af
fair will' probably be held' the first week
In June.; ' , , , . i ' : ......
"We will want about 190 machines to ac
commodate ; the guests - of the day," . said
Brick P. KJuhn, .who Is .active 'In .the pro
ject. ''We, expect to false the money to
furnish' a band ' and - lunches - for 'every
body. I want the address of everyone who
will loan a, car for use hs-t day . and I
would be glad to hear from : people In
charge of orphans pr others who would
find the day's outing - a-pleasure, others
than those already included ' In the plans
for the day.'.' , . .
Present arrangements are to give the
outing to the inmates of the following In
stitutions: Child Saving Institute, Detention Home,
City Mission, St. James' Orphanage, Old
peoples' Home, - House - of Hope, The
ROOSEVELT MOTION VIEWS
SHOWN TO FEW 0MAHANS
Nsaker Gather at Home, af Edward
Hifses .to Get Advaaee
Rhinocerusea plunging snd cavorting In a
foliage covered stream, untamed gnus rac
ing across an African prairie, lions glar
ing out of their retreat, and Theodore
Roosevelt walking across the field of vision
were the sights looked ' upon by a select
little gathering at the home of Edward
Hayden, fOlt Cass street Thursday evening.
The occasion was the first appearance In
Nebraska of motion picture films on the
Roosevelt African hunt
Two thousand feet of films covering every
stage of the long treks and hunting sieges
of the redoubtable colonel, were exhibited.
The exhibition served as a forerunner of
what Is to be placed before the public In
various cities over, the country when re
leased according to copyright contracts
Monday, April IS.
Forbidden to use the screen of a public
theater er to place their exhibition other
wise Indiscriminately In the elty with or
without ao admission charge, the film
corporation was extended the use of the
Hayden garage and the private motion
picture machine owned by Adolph Rtors.
In the picture were scents of ferocious
wild beaets, apparently but a few feet from
the point where the photogi aplier had stood.
It was explelued that the hoUigaphr who
snapped the views was Roy Kearton, who
Is said to be the most daring camerlst In
Howe Again Back in
South Omaha Plant
Former Manager of Armour's Basi
nets Will Succeed H. E. , Finney,
Who Goes to Fort Worth.
General Manager Hanford E. Finney, of
Armour & Co.'s . plant at South Omaha
leaves Friday night for Fort Worth, Tex.,
where he will take charge of the Armour
property at that place. The Fort Worth
house Is the second largest Armour con
cern In the country, ranking next to Chi
cago. Mr. Finney will be accompanied by
his wife and children.
R. C. Howe, the former manager of the
South Omaha plant, will succeed Mr. Fin
ney. Mr. Howe gave up the management.
of the Armour Interests In South Omaha
about seven months ago to go to Buenos
Ayres to superintend the establishment of
a plant at that place. It Is expected that
In about a year Mr. Finney will return to
South Omaha and Mr. Howe will again
take . up his work in South America.
blLLY IS A MONGREL DOG, 1
BUT IS ALWAYS ON THE JOB
iEach Day He Watches His Master's
Bicycle from Moraine Tilt
"Billy" Is just a mongrel dog. But he Is
a' good one.
His master is Paul Jordan, who works
at the Townsend Gun company', store, and
each day rides to his work on a bicycle
and., chain. It to a hydrant on Farnam
street In front of the store. "Billy" has
an Idea that the wheel is not safe unless
guarded, and all day long from the time
Paul goes to work In the morning until he
leaves at night, "Billy" is on the job
watching his master's property. Never Is
be more than a few feet away. If anyone
by chance happens to pass along the street
and makes a move like they were going to
touch the bicycle "Billy" merely gives
them a growl of 'warning to keep "hands
N. R. WILCOX FUNERAL HELD
Masons of. Nebraska Lodge No. 1
Have Charge of Ceremoales tor
- I.ate Paat Maeter.
Fifty Mason, of Nebraska' lodge No. 1.
of which Newell R. Wilcox had been past
master,' had charge of his funeral from the
home, X220 Ohio street, yesterday afternoon.
The services were Impressively carried out
according to the Masonic rite.
Members of the officiating lodge met for
the oocaslon'at the Masonlo temple at 1
o'clock. The funeral ceremony was begun
at 1 o'clock at the. house by an address of
eulogy from Rev. Mr. Abbott of Trinity
Methodist church. Following the address
the Mason, officiated, R. C. Northrup act
ing as master ef the occasion.
The four son. of the late Mr. Wilcox,
namely, George, Frank, Burt and Reuben,
acted aa pallbearer. Interment wa. made
at the Bellevue cemetery at 4:30 o'clock.
WILL SPEAK ON COLUMBIA
Address ea Valveraity to Be Given at
' t'ellesre C'lob Meeting Toslgbt
' , by Victor Rosewater.
When member, of the College club meet
tonight at the Toung Men'. Christian
association they will be addressed by Victor
Hosewater, editor of The Bee, on "'Columbia
l!nlvarall ' Thau allrlhla ta membesablD
in the club a.-e the seniors and juniors of
the Omaha High achoul and otners inter
ested In college work,
following the talk by Mr. Roee water
there will be "stunt night" In the audi
torium, which will be In the nature of a
clrcu. and vaudeville .how. The following
organizations will take part: Walnut Hill
Methodist Boys' club, Wesley club of the
First Methodist church. High School elub
of the First Presbyterian church, Saratoga
Boys' club, First Memorial Boys' club,
Grand Bouncers, . St. Mary's Avenue Con
gregational club. Boys' club of Trinity
cathedral, Swimming club of Toung Men's
Christian . association boys' department.
Glee club of Toung Men's Christian asso
EXTRAORDINARY PURCHASE of 218
A new shipment
just received, and
a distinct novelty
for mam's wear.
These shirt have
silk front bosoms,
soft turn - down
collars, and are
11.00. Our special
price, a long as
they last, only
r 16IB ArADNAM .STREETS. OMAHA. f
V J (The Peoples ramlture Carpet Oo. .Establish U-07.) V J
ciation boys' department and Boys' cabinet
of the Toung Men's Christian association
1 . -;
; Take Warning.
Don't let stomach, liver nor kidney;
trouble down you when you can quickly
down them with Electrio Bitten. 60a Fo
sale by Beaton Drug Co.
Chamberlain'. Cough Remedy will allay;
the cough, relieve the lung, and prevent
CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS
! By being continually alert
for jobs and snaps our East
ern buyer made a lucky pur
chase from II. Shapiro of
New York City and secured
over two hundred excellent
Quality broadcloth capes.
They are all full 50 inches
long, elaborately trimmed
with brass buttons and Per
sian braid. They are cut very
generously come in all the
staple colors as well as the
latest pastel shades for even
ing wear. Actual $10.00 val
ues; on sale Saturday at the
very special price of
Va Trust The Peopls
IVICaVs Spring Suits
Men's $30 Spring Suits iSSS
Men's $25 Spring Suits S20
Men's $20 Spring Suits G1S
$15 Spring Suits
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