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CITY I'HOI'KHTY FOR AI,E
$ room, all modern, easy walking dl
tancc; H.tflO, ll.ouO cash, balance long time.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
m N. -. Llfa Bldg. Thona Ked 1S9J.
Dig bargain, new o-rooin modern home;
oaK fimsii, full .-stoiy tor quick sale, only
.,i.,"6; worth M.Oio. Call owner, Harney -17
jor f ullpartlculars. '
I ARM AM- -..aC. iOR A
HOMESEEK EKS After traveling
h- h-hi i loui.d the beat bargains,
i-ropa, clover feet high, wheat, oats, corn
uuu everything, including water and cli
mate, good prairie land. 4) to .) per acre,
beiiton county, Ark., or Delaware county
Oklahoma, tiee your map. tor partlcu ars
and prices Bend atamp. J. T. Oswalt, lira
vttte. Ark. '
MUST BE 80IJjTtHI8 MONTH, 62.720
acre ranch; District of CamargO, Old
Mexico paradise; climate perfect; atti
tude 4,,0 feet; between cltlea, railroad;
,,JU acres beautltul rich valley land,
abundantly productive; 3WJ brood mares;
W Jacks; W mules; 100 horses; 14 head
cattle (Hereford); plows, harrows, aeed
ers. scrapers, cultivators, planters, etc.;
furnished home, hall safe, blacksmith shop,
, .... .k , in .! iiarness); numerous
buildings; rock corrala, etc; & miies wired
fence; abundant water. All tnlo complete
.., .,,,i,.u 4i tim.oOO. ' Easy tfm or
part exchange. Wire for particulars., A.
V. Johnston. 1754 Stout St.. Denver, .olo,
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE ONE OF
ip,ffBtd mnnheM In the State,
1,0.) acres In all; all undar Irrigation hav
ing 33 feet of paid up water which alone
Is worth 170,000; two railroads have sta
tions on the place; five sets of '"'Pe
. ,.. i.ru finoat of soil: land lies
ir. i. na of the very best
propositions ever offered for sale and will
bear the very closest Investigation; Is a
sure money maker to the man who can
i.onHi. it Aiidresa Ralph H. Drennen,
Fort Morgan, Colo.
nrT no i rvl T.ANU
Irrigated farms and the most productive
of the United States, where crop failure
are unknown: , , ,
120 acres, per acre... -
i;)7 acres, per acre.;.....,.- rr.
171 nrH War ArTA U ., 1
liD acres, per acnt..-..' -
120 acres, per acre.........
lhl acres, per ac:
This land lays in near oevorii.--,
have the crops to show what kind of land
we have. Come and see them and satisfy
yourself. J. A. Whltmore. Bevereance. Colo.
FLORIDA LAND A few bargains; whole
sale and retail; write for particulars. Frank
L. Bllla Ik Co., 125 Monroe St.; Chicago.
GOOD Iowa and Minnesota land to ex
change for general merchandise and hard
ware stocks. Many good bargains. The
Mercantile Adjustment Co., Guthrie Cen
MY SUMMER HOME and 42-acre farm,
i mile from Cedar Lake, Indiana's popular
resort; fifhlng, boating, bathing; flnost spot
In the country; main rotui passes house;
price lncludos all property, consisting of
tine 9-rouim house, t-roorn cottage, elegant
barns and other outbuildings; poultry
house; make money, raistug poultry; Ideal
spot for poultry farm; 1,000 chickens, 4
cows, $ calves, 4 horses, harness, buggy,
farm implements; sacrifice price $6,000, one
fourth down, remainder 10 years to. pay.
As a bargain thla proper outclasses any
thing ever offened in Indiana; no dickering;
first buyer gets it; be quick. John Bodkin,
302 Dearbon at,. Chicago.
' . Kansas. '
LABETTE and Cherokee counties, Kan
sas. HarnaJns in fine Improved farms, best
bargains In the state; corn, wheat, oats
and alfalfa lands; fine Improvements; near
market. Write for descriptive list and our
special proposition to Investors. Matthews
Walters, Oswego, Kan.
for SALE 30.000 acres splendid land;
railroad runs through. It for 7 miles. Two
- sets of Improvements, about two-thirds till
able. Best colonisation proposition ever of
fered. For a quick sale, $7.60 per acre. Lo
cation rlithu Won't lost long. Address
The Allen County Investment Co., Longton,
THERE is only one crop of land. I own
several thousand acres cut over hardwood
lands, northern Michigan; it is bound to
increase in value: reasonable cash pay
ment and low Interest enables one to con
trol tills: uo ealer business proposition can
be presented; 1 have no time to look after
it, C. F. Latimer, 162!) Railway .Exchange
MICHIGAN fiult and farm lands in the
fruit belt of Mason county. Address A. j..
Benson, Tailmat, Mich.
MICHIGAN farm. 160 acres: large frame
house and barn; 40 aares cultivated; 60
acres hay land; 60 acres timber; small
orchard; one mile to K. H. station; near
good fishing lake. Price $12.60 per acre.
Victor Kelniiardt, Newaygo, Mich.
SELL farms In Oceana and Macon coun
ties; 'best tn U. 3.; fruit, grain, stock and
poultry, write lor nsu John uanson,
I OWN several thousand acres of choice
fruit, vegetable and farm lands in Lake
Co., Michigan, which 1 will sell at $10 to
$26 per acre on very easy payments. Ex
cursion every Tuesday,' $6 round trip; send
for particulars. David li. Miller, Room 607,
h.. Madison St., Chicago. .
GOOD BARGAIN 1 acres good loam,
$1,(xa, 3 acres la timber. Michigan, near
i nmuuo ana steamboat dock; X mile to
school; house, barn; gooa suaae in yard
bou peach trees, '& cherries, euO grapoe, ou
apples, 1,000 currants, l acres strawberries,
ucreu corn, etc, 3000 oaau. terms for bal
ance. COHY AND CROUCH, Flrat Na
tional ttank Blag., Chicago.
SNAPS Best 40-acre black land farm In
Mimugan, house, barn and stock, 3 miles to
main une R. R. town; close to Urand Rap
. ids, puce ouu, cash.
sO-acre fust-class lake front. 1 houses.
barn, iruH enough to pay for farm, close
to towns, ciioois and cuurch. $Aiol), $mai
II. C. DEES.
Box E. . Martin, Mich
t:'J0 FOR 24 acrea adjoining large inland
lake; best bargain of the season; very
easy terms. Frauk Bareman, Allegan,
40 acre money making farm, main road.
school, church, store close, house, barn
n.i- at irji a.w
U acres black land, fronting on biggest
lake in Michigan, log cabin, big new stone
fcuaement,, barn, price. $2.00, $i,li0 cash.
FRED PARR CO.,
Box i. , Plalnvlew, Mich.
A PRETTY FARM ot 20 acres located In
Michigan, well fenced, trees, house new
barn, cellar, fruit trees, strawberries
raHpberrios, excellent water, good markets.
lakes abound with fish, general store less
than eighty rods from bouse. $1.6u0 cash.
direct dealing with owner, no land sharks,
further Information given. Address Geo. L.
Schanfele, at ! rank la Ave. Grand Rapids,
J , ; ) " Oklahoma.
FOR SALE Oklahoma farm and ranch
lands. tM per acre, tn any else tracts. Full
Inforinaf.on, write C. L. WOOLVERTON,
owner. Red Rjck, Okl.
FOR SAI,IC-31 acres of the finest com
land In Platte Co., with 1 houses, barn,
etc., for tenants, with a beautiful lake cn
part ot the land. This la bottom land with
a levee around same entirely paid for.
This sland can be bought at a bargain; no
trade considered. If you haven't the means
to handle this land, don't bother us. J. W.
Karley, Farley, Mo. , i - i :
THE Kansas Clty-St. Louis electric rail
road has been financed and work will be
gin Immediately; now la the time to buy
land along the route; values have Increased
ti per cent tn the last year and will In
crease 60 per cent In the next year; aee us
for farms along the route before the price
edvanoas any more, liotta liro. Realty
Co., blue Springs, Mo.
FARM AND HAMII LAND FOR At
12.000 ACRES colonization or game pre
serve; location, Eleven Points river, Oregon
county, Mo., am pricing i under local
prus to sell before August 1. WW;"Vrtce
Hii per acre; terms, tlis per acre cash.
cents In six months. 75 cents one year,
6 per cent. Full Information address be-
o, Also 44V-acr sheo ranch Christian
county, Mo., at $10 per acre; cash, bal
ance long time, per cent; timber on
ranch will cut 30. COD railroad ties. Address
C. F. Robertson, 8. 8. alatlon, Boa 83,
nprmgiieia, 31 o.
00.000 acres Mexico: sulendM Improve
ments and well stocked; on Uulf coaat;
wen watered and umbereu; price (i.ov per
JJo.000 acres western land; fine grating
proposition; good water; adjoins good rail
road town and river; price U per acre.
And others. i
KiilTZ. BR08. INVK8TMENT CO.
105 Commerce Bldg. -
Kansas City, Mo.
68 ACRES, close to Cleveland; good land:
good Improvements; plenty water; nice
farm; fi7.i0. UV acres between Greenwood
and Raymore; nice small Improvements;
smooth land; good water; all to clover and
timothy; some blue grass; bargain; posses
sion any time; $60. D. O. Shackelford, Pe
culiar, Mo. .
Ko ACRES 2M miles of Lee's Summit,
mile of rock road; plenty ot fruit; fair
nouse; every loot smooth and under cuuu
vatlon. Price, $100 per acre.
100 acres i miles of Greenwood; well im
proved; land is fine; a -bargain at $100 per
4 '4 acres, with 5-room house, cistern,
well, barn, cellar; plenty of fruit; fine
shaded lawn. Adjoins town of Greenwood.
Snap. Price, $1,600. Todd M. George, the
Land Man, Lee's Summit, Mo.
FOR SALE Improved stock farm, 00
acres; Custer county; close to station; $17
per acre; no trade. Box A, Oconto. Neb.
TEN THOUSAND acres of corn, winter
wheat and alfalfa land for sale In large
ana small farms In Sherman, Custer and
tiunalo counties. Write for prices. J, T.
Campbell. Litchfield, Neb.
BIG BARGAIN IN NEBRASKA LAND.
960 acres In Cheyenne county. Nebraska:
nearly 7tK acres fine smooth valley land;
good black soil; excellent water 16 to 30
feet; only $14 an acre.
GEO. W. HICKS, OMAHA, NEB.
NEW MEXICO ranch and farm lands.
1,10 acres, wo under cultivation.
St.M D 11.1 f...m.H tmnnl.M ' , . W nnA
coal under option for more than price of
rancn; iio.ouv win handle, balance easy.
am jacres, Bj being cultivated.
lane lor stock, water.
goes to ourchaser
terms. For particulars wrlto W. B. Thorn,
icaton, iew Mexico.
NEW MEXICO-THE NEW STATE
Investigate Its fertile irrigated : lands.
Others have made fortunes here. So can
you. We sell no lands. Write us for
facts. State Immigration Board. Albu
querque, N. M.
FOR SALE Ideal stock ranch, 600 acres, 1
lmost level, lb miles from Grant's Pus. I
260 acres in cultivation; deep black soil; I
40 acres fir and pine timber; plenty of out-
?wiaf.gMliJI1.c'e!lt for,8'000 head ot'tPc-
there is 1.6u0 inches of water, which Is
brought on the land by ditches; good family
orcnuru; s awening nouses; s large barns; I
miles from school; store building on the
nTSS?,:.. min Iarm lnlPleme"t8:
$76,000; terms $20,000. balance E years at
G7.ntTpa.rOre.A,1lreM U Her"nor'
TOTT can bnv land for tin n mnntha I
land at from $8 to $20 an acre In Vilas and
uneiaa counties, Wisconsin. We charge no
interest. We pay the taxes. Insurance
clause In the contract. Best opportunity In
the country for the man of moderate mum
to own a iarm ana be independent. Write
for map, and book to Dept. a. G. F. San-I
corn Co., feagle Klver, W is.
TrrxTKi xr a r f i inina uri...i.
-if ,'i.a,. i.i,.. anA ...' i.-.
of America; $1 per acre cash; large or
small tracts. Ernest A. Arnold. Superior.
BEFORE buying, selling or tradlns-. see
copy 01 our paper, in is seventh year. 1
dearrihoa manv forma orf ,.lr,...
tunitles north, south. ut nr ..) y,tK
names and addresses of owrers; many will
v. .j i .. l . . . . .
qamuuisv. oiiifiia tuyj, iv ueuvs; mree
monms, zs cents. Address FARMER.
DAIRYMAN AND STOCKMAN. E-88.
HAVE TOU A FARM FOR SALE OR
TRADE? Or do you want to buy oae?
Make your want known through THE DES
MOINES CAPITAL., the want medium of
Iowa: Rates: 1 cent a word for each Inser.
tlon, 6 cents a line, 70 cents an inch. Cir
culation. 41,000; largest' of any Iowa dally.
Give us a trial. Address The Capital, Land
Dept.. Pes Moines, lows.
Screenings, $1.28 per 100. Wagner, 801 N. It
SILKO CHICK FOOD
la the best In the market for young chick.
ers. sitae from smre -grain. .,
A. V. WAGNEB,
801-11 NORTH SIXTEENTH STREET.
Phones: Douglas 1142. Independent A-8461
LEW W. EABER, Printer,
Bee Bldg. J-ntrance on Court,
Co.. 10 & 14th- Ind.
PHONE IND. A-2620 for good Drlntinr.
LyngsUd Frintlng CoM 16th & Capitol Ave.
a. Jamleson. 1313 Doug. Both
. REAL ESTATE LOANS .
GARVIN BROS.. 3d floor N. X. Life. $Mrt
to $iM.0u on improved property. No dla$.
WANTED City loana, Patera Trust Ca,
WANTED City loana and warrant.
Farnam -with Jt Co.. 1224) Farnsm St.
LOANS to home owoera and bom bulld
era, with prlvtieg of making partial pay
W. H. THOMAS,
60$ First National Mane Bldg.
tlW to $10.00 mad promptly. V. D. Waada
Weaa -tiug.. u ana snuua,
$600 to $6,00$ oa homes la Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Estate Co- mi N. X. Life. ttouiaa
MONET TO LOAN Payne lo-sunat C.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYEKS FOB
$, ( and T-roora houses. If prices ara right.
we can sen your property xor yea,
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO
Bulte m N. T. Life Bid.
4S4-ACRE ranch. 30 miles . from two
large cities, afford best possible market;
railway atatlon on land; properly managed.
pays easily 34.0UO per annum net. Prioe
Ill.OuO; clear; want income property in
Omaha; will put In some cash or assume.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
668 New York Life.
Phone Had 19b3.
MS ACRKS extra level land, elosa to rail.
road. In fox Butte county, Nebraska: will
exchange for merchaodlae; price. 6j4 paa
acre; ww carry af.uuu. A. h, 'inompeuaj
147 ACRES Morrill Co.. Neb., clear. You
know land In this locality is selling at fiS
per aere eaan. win trade lor residence la
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
fcS Ntw York Life Bldg.
' Phone KaJ lfctti.
im acres Brown Co.. hayland. price fS.ZUO,
Mtg. (6i0, for a business, cottage or lota.
out ti. x. i-ue mug.
IF IT IS ANY KIND OF TRADE. SEE
A. B. LATH ROP,
D. 3034. 421 Bee.
20 acres North Dakota land, free of In
cumbrance, for guod Omaha property.
Phone Harney 1336.
7-room house for automobile. This house
pays rent every month. Your automobile
costs )0 to M per month to own it. Come
in and see us.
NOWATA LAND A LOT CO..
Sf New York Life Bldg.
Phone Red 1909.
IMPROVED farm, at cash value, fort
clean stock of general merchandise Invoic
ing $10,000 to li-.Ono. or for good stock of
hardware same slse. Address, Box 473,
WANTED TO BUY
BEST TRICE paid for eecood-haaJ
furniture, carpets, clothing and snoee
Phone Douglas STL.
Fafes One large and one medium sis
Mia, state else and price. M 2S0 Be.
BEST prices for Id-hand clothing. D. $44
"Wanted to Buy
We have several clients for 6 to 8-room
houses; we want them from owners only.
Act quick. Phone Douglas 4379 or call at
1710 Kb mam Ht., Bee Building.
WANTED TO RENT
We Are Getting Numerous Calls
For Houses of All Slsea. List With U
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
4X4 N. Y. Life Bldg. Phone Red Un
Wanted to Rent
A B or 6-room house in good neighborhood.
Phone Douglas 4379 and call for Mr. Engel-
WANTED Work In automobile shop as
duster; colored boy. 'Phone Benson 6061
ask to speak to Jasper Krvin.
WANTED Position by experienced young
lady as stenographer and assistant oook
keeper. Call Web. 168S.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
I N ION STATION Tesith and Mason,
Da I on pacific Leave
11:30 p. m.
San Vrnn nv'rl'ri t.td It 15 a. m.
China and Japan Fast
Mall f :w a. m.
Oregon-Waah'gton Ex 4:00 p. m.
6:45 p. m.
6:30 p. m.
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Ltoa Angeles Limited. .12:& p. m.
8:90 p. m.
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Colorado Special 11:48 p. m.
Colorado Express 8:50 p. m.
7:42 a. m.
6:00 p. m.
Chicago-Portland Sp'l. 12:60 p. m.
8:20 p. m.
fant Mall (mall and
express only) 9:30 a. m. d:w p. m.
North Platte Local.... 8:15 a. m. v4:46 p. m.
Grand Island Local.... 6:30 p. m. 10:30 a. m.
local (b) 12:40 p. m. l:a p. m.
Grand Island local
via. Valparaiso (b).. 12:41 p. m. 1:20 p. m.
(b) Daily except Sunday.
Ckicaao. Ullnsaket A St. Paal
Overland Limited all:4$ pm. 7:59 am
nm.h..rhinaan r.nn,. h i it im
nmii.i.K.v.n.k ' 7!is am
( 30 am
Colo-Calif. Exp a W pin
Colorado Special":::::;.: 7167
Perrv-Omaha Local b 6.15
uraan oc' a ta
Twin City Express a 7:50 am al0: pm
Sioux City Local a S: pm a $:28 pro
Minn. Jk Dakota F a V-00 om a '1S am
"win Cltymit.Y.Y.l :W pm I ,M irn
Omaha Express a 7:00 am alt:3S am
I Chicago Local.... a 12:06 pm a 8:28 pm
Colorado-Chicago a 6:20 pm a 3:2$ pm
Chicago Special a 6:0$ pm a 7:66 am
racuio uobi-v;oicjo.s :w iiut
Los Angeles Limited. ...a 8:50 pm al2:20 pm
Overland Limited all:46 pm a 7:46 am
Denver Special al2:40 am a 6:32 am
1 Carroll ljocal a pm a :dv am
Fast Mall..... . a 1:25 pm
, , WESTBOUND.
I Llncoln-Chadron ........a 7:50 am
Norf olk-Bonesteel a 7:50 am
Ln Pmo-So. Platte... .b 3:15 pm a 6:20 pm
Hastings-Superior b 3:16 pm b 6:20 pm
Casper-lanoer ii:pm au:wam
Freinont-Albloa b 6:30 pm a 1:66 pm
rkl. r.rrmt Western
CnlOaajTO Ureal HClwrs
Chlcaco Limited a 6:48 pm
Twin City Limited a 8:30 pm a 7:53 am
Im i v.vnM.1 a B-llll Am a 1'Vlnrn
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. si Lr Mr -i.
I Rocky Mounfn iQ.a:- t. m.
Iowa Local Pass. ..a 6:35 a. m.
al0:M p. m.
a 4:80 p. m.
a 2:45 a. m.
b!0:13 p. m.
Si.!caf t'i"yTJC-.","f.in: " S
Chi. Local Pass
Dea Moines Local
Passenger a 4:00 p. m.
a!2:30 p. m.
Chicago Express.. .a 4:40 p. m.
Chioago Lltuited....a 8:08 p. m.
a i: p. m.
a 8:03 a. m.
Tha Mountaineer.. .a 2:50 a. m. a 7:06 a. m.
for Lincoln a 8:25 a. m.
Colo. & CaL Exp. ..a 1:26 p. m.
Okl. & Tex. Exp. ..a 3:80 p. m.
a 6:47 p. m.
a :w p. m.
a 1:20 p. m.
all:80 p. m.
Rocky Mount'n Ltd.aivuu p. m.
Om.-St. Louis Exp. a 6:30 p. m.
Mall and Express.. a 7:80 a. m.
Ulanh.rrV lnn'l ffrom
a 9:28 a. m
all:15 p. m.
Council Bluffs). ... :uv P. m. diu:u p. m.
Chicago Express ..a 7:00 am a 8:45 pm
Chicago Limited a 6:00 pm a 8:00 am
Mlnn.-tit. Paul jvx o t:vu am
Mlnn.-St. Paul Lid a f :00 pm a 8:00 am
K. C. 4 8L U Ex a t:40 am a 6:35 am
K. C. - 8L I Ex aU:15 pm a 6:30 pm
BURLINGTON STA. 10th and Mason
Denver and, California. a 4:10 pm a 3:46 pm
puaei eouna e.xoress..a 4:ll pm a ( 10 Dm
Nebraska points 6:20 am a :10 pm
Black Hills a 4:10 pm a 6:10 Dm
Northwest Express all:26 pm a 7:00 am
Nebraska points a 8:20 am a 6:10 pm
Lincoln Mall - ..b 1:30 pm al2:lfi pm
Nebraska Exprea. a 8:16 am a 6:10 pm
Lincoln LiOcai b :vs
Lincoln Local ;....a 7:36 p- a 7:50 pro
8ohuyler-Piattsmouth...b 8:0om b!0:20 am
Plattsmouth-Iow a 9:18 am a 8:50 am
Bellevue-Plattsmouth ..al2:30 pm a 3:40 Dm
Colorado Limited all: 25 pm a 7:00 am
Chicago Special a 7:16 pm all.-06 Dm
Chicago Express.. a 4:20 pm. a 3:56 pro
Chicago Fast Express.. a 6:20 pra a 8:00 am
Iowa Local a :lo am ai0:30 am
I Creston-lowa Lccal a 8:30 pm al0:30 am
St. Louis Express a 4:30 pm all: 46 am
K. C. and St. Joseph.. ..alO.44 pm a 6:46 am
K. C. and St Joseph.. ..a 9:16 am a 6:14 pm
j. ana e- josepn....a .M pm
WEBSTER STATION Fifteenth and
Auburn Special b 3:60 pm bl2:10 pm
tblcsse, at. Pan I, atlnnenpolle
Eloux City Express b 1:00 om bll:46 am
Omaha Local ............. a 6:24 Pm
bloux City Passenger b 9:24 pm
Twin city passenger.. .0 s:ao am
Sioux City Local e 8:35 am
Emerson Local b 6:66 pm b 1:10 am
(a) Dally, (b) Dally except Sunday.
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Cincinnati Aug. W Clatalaa4 B.pc 19
Kita-Carlton s la Carta RaaUanuii.
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Bamburg-Anterlcan Line, 46 U roadway, N.
t or Local Aaenu.
Your daughter may be per.
mlUad, safely, to read The Bee
No exaggerated account of crime,
no filth, no candal, no dime
novel aenaatlona; but ail the newa.
AFFAIRS AT SOUi'li OMAHA
Board of Eeview Will Sit All Next
Week on Tax Boll.
COMPILED FROM COUNTY LIST
Funeral ef v. B. Van last Held,
Dnrlnc Which Cltr Offleee
Closed Ont of Respect for
J. M. Flisgerald filed his tax roll yester
day for the Inspection cf the city coun
cil and upon this the council, mayor and
Ity treasurer will sit all next week In
the council chamber as a board ot review.
Before this board of review all complaints
as to the assessment of property will be
adjudicated and the board will take ccg-
lzance ot the assessment at will.
This is the first year under the charter
provision wherein the tax commissioner
as compiled his tax lUts from the county's
books. Formerly the city assessed the prop
erty Independently of the county officials,
The charter provides that the city tax
commissioner complete his compilation
frcim the county books by July 30 of each
Faneral of W. B. "Van Sant.
The funeral of W. B. Van Sant held at
p. m., yesterday was well attended by
great numbers of South Omaha people,
headed by the city officials and the mem
bers of the Livestock Exchange. Mr. Van
Sant had served as a member of the city
council, the Board of Education and the
Board cf Fire and Police commissioners
at different times during his life In the
city. The city offices, therefore, closed dur
ing the hours of the funeral.
The service was conducted by Rev. J
M. Bothwell, assisted by Dr. R. L. Wheeler,
The room where the casket stood was
filled with lavish tributes of flowers. The
burial was at Forest Lawn cemetery. The
pallbearers were: O. K. Paddock, W.
Stephens, H. F. Hamilton, C. C. Clifton,
B. Smiley and Jay Laverty. All were his
friends and associates among the livestock
O'Keefe nana from Patrol.
Richard O'Keefe accidentally fell Into the
deep areaway ot the Charles Carlson sa
loon Tuesday night and It was believed that
he had been fatally, hurt, for the bottom of
the space was filled with stones and bot
tles. Nels Turnqulst happened on the scene
and, thought proper to send for the patrol
wagon with the stretcher and have O'Keefe
taken to the hospital. While the officer
was telephoning O'Keefe came to his senses
and being told that the patrol was coming
set oft on a run to escape a possible ride
to jall He had fallen about fifteen feet,
landing on rough bricks and bottles, but did
not have a scratch.
Woman Fears Loss.
Mrs. Katherlne Hess, a Danish woman,
is fearful lest she has been defrauded of
several hundred dollars of hard-earned
money through her confidence In a friend
in South Omaha. She had her money In a
bank at Des Moines and wished to have It
transfered. Not being acquainted with busi
ness ways she asked an acquaintance to
telegraph her friend In Des Moines to have
the money sent her. . So far she has heard
nothing from the money and is afraid by
some means it has gone astray. The po
lice are watching the case.
Inquest of Clayton Mayer. ,
The coroner's Jury Jn the Inquest over the
body of Clayton Mayer yesterday afternoon
found that Clayton Mayer came to his
death by being struck with a cake of Ice
which fell on him 'from the wagon of the
South Omaha Ice and Coal company, in the
alley between Twenty-sixth and Twenty
seventh, near P street, at 3:46 p. m., July
19, 1910. Further than this statement the
jury made no recommendations. There was
nothing to show , carelessness nor lack of
vigilance on the part of the men, who were
busy dollverlng ice to the houses as they
passed. The evidence was slightly confused
as to the exact way In which the accident
occurred. One woman thought the boy
pulled the cake of ice out upon himself,
Earl Piper was sure that the boy was on
the ground and that the cake slipped off
the top tier and struck him.
John BrlsjKS Home from West.
Chief John Brlggs arrived at home yes.
terday morning after a tw weeks' visit
with his brother at Steamboat Springs,
Colo. He reported one of the finest outings
he had ever known. He shot a fine buck
deer In the mountains, the first he had ever
killed. The fishing, he said, was fine. The
country where he visited looked excellent
in all respects. Mrs. Brlggs accompanied
him on his visit.
Magrio City Gossip.
vtr a T. A. Young and children have ron
on a visit to Hastings, Neb.
James Condon. Twenty-sixth and O
streets, has gone to Hot Springs, Ark., for
bis health. ,
The South Omaha Commercial club will
have luncheon at the Ureer hotel at noon
Miss Delia Kennedy's class will give a
lawn social at Lefier Memorial church Fri
Mrs. A. D. Northrup has returned from
the hospital after an illness of two weeks.
Mrs. Van Orden has recovered suffi
ciently to be able to return from the South
Bam Cornerman wss f'r.id $25 and ecsts
In police court yesterday for purchasing
stolen junk from boys.
8'iORTSS Delicious Bottled Beer delivered
promptly to your residence. Phone S. 1631.
iroderlck ot aiasiowsay.
Miss Susie Cassldy and Miss Margarette
Nolan left Tuesday evening for a visit of
two weeks at Minneapolis.
PHONE SOUTH 868 for a case of JET
TER GOLD TOP. Prompt delivery to
any part of city. William Jetter.
The Eoworth league of the First Metho
dist church will give a plcnlo at Bellevue
Thursday, leaving south umana on me 6
p. m. car. Members and mends are cor
Graydon Moore, the f-year-old boy kid
naped Monday evening from the home of
his grandparents at Sidney, la., Is a
nephew of Earl Wilson, 738 North Eight
eenth street, fcouth Omaha.
The following births have been reported
James borensen. Twenty-ruth and Wash
lngton, a boy; J. F. Harder, Fifty-first and
Z, a girl; Jesse Stearns, Fortieth and Z, a
girl; L. L. Hawthorne, Belknap, a girl.
Officer D. D. Ringer narrowly missed
being killed yesterday by the accidental
discharge of his revolver, which fell out
of his pocket. The fixtures of Uus Hedg
ren's saloon were considerably damaged
by the bullet.
The Nebraska Shoe and Clothing House,
South Omaha, Saturday, July 23rd, opens
with their semi-annual clearance sale:
great bargalna throughout the house, hale
starts Saturday, July u, a. m, toee win
The South Omaha library has received a
gift of several numbers of .the Matilda
.ieler Maaraalne for the Blind. Drinted In
the New York point alphabet. These mag
a sines will be loaned to anyone Interested
In them, and if the demand Is sufficient to
warrant it an eifoit will be made to re
ceive them regularly.
YOUNG GIRL DIES OF BURNS
Fern Roberta Ksplres, Mother May
Not Live, as Heanlt of Kero-
eene Over Fire,
CRESTON, la, July It (Special Tela
gram.) Fern Roberts, 10-year-old daughter
of ,Mrs. Ote Smith of Lorlmer, died last
night from burns she received Monday
when she poured kerosene over a low fire
to start it The mother is lying In a crit
ical condition from burns she received
while trying to help her daughter and a
neighbor woman, Mrs. Blssell, who came
to their assistance, is also badly burned.
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POOrX OI.D UVv.
LIVE 5 OhEi
AtD l NOT
FIRED HER OUT
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WRONG BUT IT'S LA.
FST MOW. rriMP nvpn
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OUST ONE KISS
COPYRIGHT,. 1910. BY. THE
It is hard for a young mother who has
not yet,overcomo the wayward tendencies
of herown youthful nature to realise the
Influence she exerts over her ' little ones,
She is constantly surrounded by critical
imitators who copy her morals and man
ners, A-s the mother is, so are her sons and
daughters. If a family of children are
blessed with an Intelligent mother, who is
dainty and refined In her manner, and does
not consider it necessary to be one woman
in the drawing room and an entirely dif
ferent person In her everyday life, tut who
is a true mother and always a tender,
charming woman, she will invariably see
her habits of speech and perfect manners
repeated in her children, says Woman's
Great, rough men, and noisy, busy boys
will always tone down their voices and
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' xvA m 'E- - s
The DailyBumble Bee
THE HUMBLE BEE.
A. STINGER Editor
and neither signature nor re
turn postage required. Ad
dress the Editor.
NO BAD MONET TAKEN.
NO ADS AT ANY PRICK.
T Frtitnr is proud of
Omaha. It is a pretty big
order to entertain two gath
erings as Important as those
of the Ad Men and the
Saengerfest, meeting in the
same week, but it was done,
and well done, and the
guests of the city were
mightily pleased at the Omaha
Omaha has gained more in
good standing by reason of
this than if it had been pub
lished by the census as having
It l not the number but the
kind of people that make a
lAn. And Omaha has the
The e.itv editor of a Minne
apolis paper asks us to deny
tha story that he was robbed
of 140 while sleeping at a
local hotel. It was his room
mate, a business office vege
table, who lost the money. No
city editor ever had that much.
The proceedings at Grand
Island Tuesday will be peace
ful, we are told. The Peerless
Leader will make his spiel,
and then the assembled demo
crats will run the road roller
over him. Lovely 1
The Mr. Bryan who is bow
trying to defeat Mr. Hitchcock
for the senate is the same Mr.
Bryan Mr. Hitchcock twice
elected to congress, and three
times tried to- make president.
For the Plate.
Who Is It runs for office yet?
Sorenson, Al Sorenson.
Who is it many votes will get?
Sorenson, Al Sorenson.
Who is It when the counting's
Will look back on a bully run.
And say, "Well, I had the
Sorenson, Al Soreoaoa.
mothelk - .ve.
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I SHAhT TEul
right im amd
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NEW. YORK EVENING tLlGRAr(N-W YORKHe'raLD CO.). AH Riahts Reserved.
Interest to the Women Folk
step quietly and try to be more mannerly
when she stops to give them a kind word
and a pleasant smile. For a.jtrue woman
will never fail to say and do all the kind,
pleasant things she can that will' in any
way help to lift up and cheer those whose
lives are shaded with care and toll. The
mother of today rules the world of to
morrow. One reason why the average woman
wears out, grows old and plain before her
husband, is that, through a mistaken idea
of duty, she lays out for herself at the be
ginning of her married life a scheme of
plan of duty and employment for her time,
every hour filled with work, with rare and
short periods of relaxation, says Woman's
This she follows religiously for years,
feeling that she has done her duty, because
OMAHA, JULY 22, 1910.
DOES NOT SINGLE TAX
TRY TO GET MARRIED
Hashlda's Uncle, Aggi Sakki, Asks a
Question In Connection With the
paign of Hon. ' Quinby.
Hon. Bee Sting Edditur. So
sweet of one Buss-Bee Edditur
to now by i time make print
letter ot Jap man. bo giad I
My Unkle Aggl Sakki Is one
kronlc, dlspeptikal sinnlk. "For
why," I corrode to him, "do
Buu-Bee Edditur take notls
of one obllvlus Jap man, and
print letter In big paper?"
"To save postage answer,"
sneer Unkle Aggi Sakki. "And
why," he precede, "all this
skreech bout Hon. Qulnby's
single tax? Single tax must
make up in marriage, so it
will not be so," suggest Unkle
for Ignorant condole. .
"You are too sinnlk," for re
ply I dib, and leave Unkle
Sakki to pak sed sinnlkal dle
peptlk In Omaha Excelsior for
dldaits for Hon. Jobs
Plees, Mister Edditur, why
boant nobody cuu et3 f sr
butyful prise you offer for
correkt answer, I auk to know.
Most trubble with Hon.
Amerlka patriots is they con
sider Hon. High Life and
Hon. Polltlks like if they was
a jokes. Amerlka mans should
be more serlus, I renlg,
P. X. I have chip poitrate
of our Hon. Emperor, of Taft
expreshun, suupensed in Hon
Hammok, from your Hon.
Paper of Friday las week, and
pinned him on wall. I abro
gate Hon. Hammok not strong
and I tremble to wait for Hon.
King io take tumble to ground
nl to. When such happen I
there with Red Kross face.
P. X. (2d.) 1 surrogate Hon.
Amerika Polltlks is much
boiled up. Hon. Stiff-pat
Standera and Hon. Insur
ants; Hon. Ins srid Outs;
Hon. County Options and Hon.
Counter Options. Poor Jap
man gets Brane convulshuns
with glassy stare In slanty
eye. N. II.
lnspekshun by famous Omaha
By evening walk I arrive by
Labor Temple, where Amerlka
patriots is dlskussed with
polltlks S of clock clothes law
and other vltle ishoos.
"How about Hon. Kandl
dalts for Hon. Jobs?" I re
quire of nereby hero.
"Hon. Kandldaits is slikky
felloes," he reply for answer,
"and some Is to be elekted,"
he go on for profetlc expres
sion. "Have Hon. Stoker chance
for elekshunT" I survey,
"None or less," he make for
'"He's (tannin Yet.
Senator Sorenson would like
to meet the son-of-a-gun who
set afloat the story that he
had pulled out of the senator
ial race. The senator is just
beginning to get under head
way in the race. What do you
suppose he paid that fifty for?
Exercise T He's going to run
to the finish.
"Who will be Hon. Con
gressman T" l arrogate for
"You are too inqulslt Run
along little Jap and sell your
papers," he prorogue for nav
I dldent got no papers for to
sell, so I get paper of Yung
Amerlka boy of newsboy badge
who have. In this paper I
reed artlkal on "When are a
inkumbent a tnkumbranta?"
But such sole-stirring ques
tion Is no more answered than
my question bout Hon. Kan
Ye Editor hasn't had much,
time to attend to local hap
penings since the last num
ber. Between watching the Ad
Men, and listening to the
Saengervereln, and rubbering
for the flying ships, he's been
going some. If this life in
may have to hire an
rORGlvE. ME. I
WHAT DO VOU TWIHuc V'
OP THAT? -U5TONE
HD ME AT-TER, ' (
rlta inj'lk- r-. i t
O-WEUU I'M DRE.AMIN
OR SHE2 UOONY-
ONE OR THE OTHER
every household event occurs regularly
and on time, while she soon becomes merelyV
a machine, a thing without life of Itself or
volition. . She settles-lnto her rut and goes
round and round on the same track ever
Can any woman keep brightness, original- V
Ity of thought or speech or even mere pret
tlness with such a life? and without these
things how can she keep her husband and
growing children full of loving admiration,
which Is the strongest chain by which she
can bind them to her? How bright and
jolly the neighbor's wife seems when she
calls. In nine cases out of ten it is be
cause the surroundings and talk of your
home are variety to her and rouse her to.
originality and brightness of speech and
In her own rut she may be as dull ae
JUST BETWEEN US.
That sting of Ingratitude Is
working double time. y
Bill Dech talks like a fish if A
the pops have the Bryan habit.
Dick Metcalfe has had other
assignments he liked better.
Mayor Jim talks like a man
out on a limb; so does Gov
Johnny Lynch Is a pretty
good runner a well ae a pretty
The city hall may be open
Tuesday, but the gang will be
at Grand Island.
Eight o'clock will come Just
as early, no matter what the
platforms may say.
The din of the joint de
bates bewteen the candidates
for congress 1 something
Tom Flynn may never run
another convention, but he
surely did - run the one the
Dahlmanites held last Sat
urday. Not Yet. ,
One eminent local gent,
who knows something about
the conditions, suggests that
it will take five years to
complete the transfer of the
Omaha water plant from pri
vate to public control T
How's that for "immediate
purchase? Seven years in
negotiation and litigation,
and then five years more in
settlement Isn't that a tri
umph for the statesmanship
and foresight of a water
With the Ad Men.
Before the aviators come
To put us up in the air.
We know the way, the ad
Quickly put ue there.
Isn't It strange how the Im
pression got abroad that every
delegation to the ad conven
tion came from Milwaukee?
Arthur Brlsbsne was ae
hard for the ad men to lo
cate as it is to find the point
to some ot the Hearst editor
ials. . .
Saengerbund und eaengerfeet
Which ot the pair do you. iu
Saengerfest und saengerbund-
They've got the old towa going
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