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TTTE r.EE: OMAITA. TT'EDAV, OCTOTiFn 11. 1010.
OFFERED FOR RENT
losses aad Lnttasea
UOUOIAI Cielga eWi.a m C.. Bee U J.
-ROOM modern hous except furnata
lcung. Webster iiU.
Ft lit KtA'T-LUlKlU
Modern Bt l.ouls f iavt, 4 block Inn Hana
C"in i'aik, pant aide car. ji Inquire tf
b..irl y St. Ihone Harney 4ii.ll.
HOUSES rOR RINT.
KOWAIA LAND AMI UJT CO.,
Butt U4 M. V. Ufa Bldg. Red 19M.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS park ad. forwarded;
cheap freight rata. moving and atoiing.
LipiKiiutn a Lelivery Co. Tel. Doug, tit.
ARB you in trouble? Let u manag
PAVNK, BOBTWICK SLATER,
lb Floor. N. T. Ufa Bldg.
VACANT November 1, exceptionally con
Yenlent; modern; compact; six room; brick;
finished ona yaar ano, choicest neighbor
hood,. aid and popplrton Ave. lib, Includes
Water, care of lawn, anow, etc
l'BTKRH IKL'DT CO.
17th and Farnam St. Ground Floor.
' l-ROOM atrlctly modern brick bouse, very
neat and dealrable. lJt tio. ISth.
S-ROOM modern house. Kll Chicago.
FOIl RENT Modern, l-room brick houae,
101 8. Situ St. Apply 1124 Farnam bt.
FOR KENT 7-room houae, Seward, 2
blorki from car, modern except furnace;
barn, fine yard. 126, 4110 Lafayette.
i-ROOM modern house, funiaoe heat.
17th and Davenport. IM and water. Apply
UF.ST barraln In thorouirhly modern
house near ilaiiacom park; hot water heat;
n ut reasonable, call Ijuo ho. mii at.
tfi DOUGLAS ST. rooms, 127.60.
MODERN HOCSKSeven rooma with
furnace: window shades: walklnx distance.
Went. (24. Inoiilre 212 8. SOth lit. Phone
S-ROOM house, all modern, combination
fixtures, city and cistern water; barn,
fine location. Inquire isMO Hamilton. Tel
NOBBY DAN WHKELKR COTTAGE
601 bo. Ilth St., furnace and batb, ate,
128.00. F. U. Wead, 1801 Farnam Bt.
ST. LOUIS FLAT i rooms, all modern
corner. 22d and Davenport. Look It over
or 'phone owner. Erickson, South 202, or
FOR RENT Fine 10-room house, 20th and
Howard; possession Nov. 1 to 6; references.
l ei. I. Hi, or call Putnam Co., us Hi an
dels Theater Bldg.
re s4 Office.
We offer for rent the one-
it ory and basement brick store
room at 014 Farnam. This prop
erty has trackage facilities in
BEE BUILDING CO,
17th and Farnam.
IX) 11 RUNT Office rooma. Ill and 120: da.
airahle suite of offices on third floor, with
north and weat exposure. A wide corridor
exteoda around the attractive eourt to these
offloaa affording aaay aocesa to this place
vi Duiinm. avani lor eutie SOS.
THE BBS BUILDING COMPANY.
STOREROOM FOR RENT.
DouiPfl corner iu auo iougiaa Btai
room ISxiO feet. . Puaseaalou givsa about
Btcptaiuuar i, law.
CITT NATIONAL BANK.
T1ZARD home from Europe. Those who
have applied on meat and grocery stores or
otners, comer at iiioe. jau n. Ekl
GOOD STORE ROOM.
1MB Cuming St., else 22x60, price 125.
PAYNE. SLATER CO,
Sol Agents, lib. Floor N. Y. Life.
NlrjJrjm store jroonj t 120 North 24th
Btreo. .... . . :
Itoblnson as Wolf, 415 Fax ton Block.
r)FJNT18TS Office rooms In physician's
suite; most convenient, central, prominent
ui-einin. Aouress w zjf, ilea.
OFFERED FOR SALE
ANTIQUES, solid mahogany fiddle back
and other chaira; also library labia. Big
vm, iimui tmitu wii.. uixi v.u streeL
uuuu as new. massive brass bed, box
springs, hair mattreaa. Quick Meal range,
chiffonier, comDlnatlon oookcase, oriental
anu uuineauu- iui uu urapes, ail sixes.
hole wall paper price, 2001 Farnam 8t
8CHAFFKR piano. In good condition;
call Sunday, week daya after 4 o'clock.
COMPLETE housekeeping outfit, also
piano. AdtSre- O 234, Bea.
I . .
TWO roll top desks offloa table and case
walnut shelves. CalL 10 a. m. to 1 p. m.
Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday, 638 Bee
FINK upright piano; latest style. 1114.
Owner leaving city ItU Casa
ORGAN for sale: first class condition:
110. Apply 116 North Lin street.
60 stoves, heaters and ranges; got to be
aoid at once, 1711 Cuming.
KtiR . HALE Hard - 'coal hu
slightly used, luuuire snipping clerk, l&vi
FOR SALE Second-hand hotel range
Apply to engineer or steward, Hotel Loyal,
KXCKLLENT hard coal burner.
A GOOD RANGE must be sold at once
Will sell very cheap. Call J e. feth bt!
Large stock of typewriters, slightly used
Olivers, Underwoods, Remingtons. Mon
archs. L. C. tmllhs and olhtrs at loweat
prices ever ottered. Price HO and up;
machines many of them good as new; toll
guarantee. Call or write for the list and
B. F. SWANSON CO.,
, 1316 Famaifl iSt.
BUY an L C. auillQ A Bros. t pawritat
B. F. eiwansoa Co.. Distributer. UU
YOU can rent an Oliver typewriter wits
oak stand, 14 uioutnly. from inauufaolureia,
nioat loterealed in satisfaction given.
Oliver Uype writer Co.,
."ypewritera for ltent t.LIl'M lwn
son Uls Farnsm St.. Omaha.
About 4 feet of Innb diameter Ne M
gauge, galvanised pipe, with four 46-Inch
loose ana A. ibis a as uaed tor ventilat
ing purpcaxa. and pipe is in good condition.
in r-uonaniug 1.0 . inn ana ttrntm
FOR BALK New ana aeoooa-band bliitara
and pool tables. We lead the world la ctte
car uiiuiae, taar paymauta ttruuawiva-Balke-Colletider.
sW a. loth sit.
Wt HAVkv on band .a number of laa
t'Sireia which we wnl aell for SO cents eacn.
Theay are tine for rain water or ashes. Call
at preee rooiu. to Publishing Co.
BIX auadred cords ot four and five foot
maple and Cottonwood cord wood to sell.
Will deliver one and two cord lute. Prloa
S. 16 per cord
O KEKFE REAL E8TATB CO
kiS Omaha National bank bldg.
- Fbone liouuiaa or A-XiiA
a-room houss to- be removed., mi V. 12.1
Make offer Appy Chrla. Hover. tzA and
t tiiuing ft. iHius. ana n-joas.
DRl'OS at eu prtcea, freight paid an all
I4 orders, ratal,. sue free. ftt.ertnaa
atcuvaueu lt , umaha Msa.
OFFERED FOR SALE
SAFES Overstocked wllth second-hand
afee, all anna and make, bargain
American Supply Co.. 1110 r arnara feu
IDTATOKS In (ar lota Write or wire
fur pMces Lf. Mohr. Arcudia. la.
Alice Johnson. -( Randela Theater Bld.
Kathryn Nikolas. 831-6 Rrandels Theater.
D O. BARNELL. Paxton Blk. TeL Red Tilt.
WILLARD KDDT. rerlstered rractitloner
Id U. a). Pat. offlos, CU Paatoa Blk. R. 1ML
WITHOUT OPERATION OR PAIN. PAT
WHEN Cl'RrJD. I'K. W . C. MAX WKLL.
E24 BEE BLLKi.. OMAHA. IKJLG. 14J4.
I)R 1HIHKE Specialist in all for
AJJ.V. UU1V1YXjo( chron l)i,ella
N. E. Corner Kth and Douttlas, Room 1.
M Afl MKT If! treatment. Mme. Pmllh.
PRIVATK HOUIC during confinement:
betiiee tor adoptl hi. flood f amarttaa Sani
tarium. ! 1st Ave., council Biurta, la.
and toupee for men. Griffith,
U and 14 FRESZtH BLOCK.
MMK. ALLKN of Chlcseo. baths, salt
irlow and niaxfune. lnou Dodite Bt , opposite
postortlce, 2d Hour. lei. Doug, itniv
TUB 8ALVATION ARMY Solicits cast-off
clothing, In faet. anything you do not need.
We collect, repair and sell at 134 N. 11th
tit,, fur coat of collection, to the worthy
poor. Call phono Douglas ilia and wagons
OldAHA Stammerers' Ins., Raroge Bldg.
1IEYN Independent orchestra furnishes
least money. Get niy prices. Ph. Har. vm.
PRIVATK borne for women during con
finement. Address bos 113, Florence, Neb.
Phone Florence &tl
The Key to the Situation Bee Want Ads.
THE SUCCESS of the century. Mme
Frarer's addallsht hair food, grows hair.
removes dandruff. Uegeath titauonery Co.,
JOSIE WASHBURN'S book. "The Under
world Hewer," at all hook stores: price U.1.
unoice wan paper y price, aus r arnum ot.
HINDOO TABLET8 will build, brace.
strengthen, too. BKLL DHfTQ CU.
TiATTI" Scientific massage. 1B17 Dodge.
UAiiw Basement 10 a. 31., p. m.
DR. SOGERS, private confinement home,
Ull Martha, Omaha Tel. Doug. 62M.
VACUUM CLEANERS rented. TeL Web
MR. EMIL KEEBS
mit., itn Harney, lormiriy witn uran
dels. We make old hats look like new.
CHINA painting lessons, firing, order
work, stenciling; flrlnK, call and deliver.
Mrs. W. V. Irwin, 2615 Blondo. Tel. W. im.
Manicuring, shampoo, chiropodist. W-4S7.
MASSAQE AND BATHS
Dr. Klltenhouse, Room J03 Old Boston Store
mag., 4tn floor, elevator entrance, im u.ibtn.
TOUNO WOMEN coming to Omaha as
strsngers are invited to visit tbe youp
Women's Christian association building at
Seventeenth 8L and BL Mary's Ave., where
they will be directed to suitable boarding
places or otherwise suulsteo. Look for our
traveler's aid at the Unioa station.
TRY Magio Roach Powder. Douglas 1370.
WB RENT and repair all klnda of saw
ing machines. Ind. A-1U63; Douglas UMa,
NEBRASKA CYCLE COMPANY.
16th and Harney a is.
. DR. EGGR3, private confinement home,
Ul Martha tot., Omaha, Tel. Douglas tfcJO,
A HOME fo. women during confinement.
We find homes for bablea whoa mother
eannot care for them. Bablea boarded.
For terms addresa Mrs. Martha L. Lee, 1
Bancroft St-. Omasa. Neo Fbooe Douglas
YOUR credit Is good for the best hair
goods possible to purchase; w will sell
you braids, puffs, switches, etc., absuluteiy
upon credit. Largest dealers In Omaha,
Call at Boyd System, 660 Ramge Bldg.
STRICTLY private home for confine
ments; excellent care; babies for adoption.
261s Davenport Bt.
f AHMMTTn Treatments. EX Brott, 1224
!U.UlILiXAO s luih bl TeL Doug. JmW.
"Jwifnlir from oomblngs, 11 60. Mrs. 8.
QvllCUC3 MatneWBi 8U4 Neville blk. D6263.
LOST PHYSICAL VIGOR.
Massage treatment, stomach trouble. Dr.
Margarlte Halloran, 226 Neville Blk. D. 7701.
I .' ..,...., : :
iyiau.n r. 1 1 incAijuui 1; reaucea rate.
Hours N a. m. to It in. HI08 Howard bt.,
Lew W. liaber, Printer.
net tsiag. entrance on court.
'PHONE IND. A-fcUO for good prinOog.
Lynastad Printing Co.. lstti and Capitol Avtv
MILI-ER A JAMIESON. 1212 Doualas fiL
ABITHIITI OF TITLE.
PETER JE3SEN JR., Tel. Douglas CT1
REAL BITATH UKALEBI,
REED ABSTRACT CO.. Fst 18M; prompt
service; get our prices. W Brandeia theater.
BENJAMIN R. E. CO.. 47TBranda:a Bldg.
CITY PROraKTY FOB IALB
1819 N. lTtli, new 8-room house, modern
except hest. fine location. Price 12.7"0.
Terms. Hee owner, 1102 N. 17tb, Phone
NEW 8-ROOM MODERN
HOME IN WEST FARNAM
DISTRICT ONLY $4,700.
Leaving the city; must sell; your chance
to own a tine homo cheap, bee It today
Call owner, Harney 21,7.
FOR SALE House T rooms, water, aewer.
toilet, etc.; nice trees and shrubbery. UA
boutb XUt bt.
SNAP FOR $3,500
New 6-i oom bungalow at 29tli and Mere
dith Ave. Come aud see it. 'Phone W eb.
FIVE-ROOM, $200 CASH.
City water, electric light, lot 60xlIS,
ilucks tu car; Benacii. t'rlce uiilv l.ao0
NOWATA LAND LOT CO.,
54 New York Life Bldg.
Phono Red l A-ITU.
Four etittafies, renting at over 1M)0 per
year, for tQ.iioo; casn. l.6u0; balance build
ing and loan ajiociaUon terms, vis., 6u.00
per mo.; property close In.
F. D. EAD. lail Farnam SL
Two more houses, just completed, ready
for occupancy; six rooms and bath; hard
wood finish first stoi ; full cenented base
ment; one-fourth cash, balance monthly;
agent, Z.U1 Fowler Ave I'axton Heal La-
Wants U.NO0; best new. strictly modsrn
houae for price aaked: one-half cash; near
llsuacom park. Tel. Harney
7 ROOMS. 1 FULL. LOTS.
Fast front lots. 100x1!); easy walking dis
tance; very Cheap. iCJ 8. Mth M. Look
NOWATA LAND AV LOT CO,
u New York Life 1M
1'h jus Red law-A-i;jl.
CITY I' it It 1 urn
Hve-ilooni S. ltU St.
Modern excpt neat, only 1100 cash,
balance easy monthly payments. lilt
NOWATA LAND A LOT CO.
t:. Nrw Vurk I. lie Hidg.
tbone ilea lj. A-lial.
lull bALk-io lom. 1JJ by 10. oi
South lot!) bt. i.ear V In 1011; ail epecia
taxes paid. Will sell as one place or di
vide. ill 1 rial tu rmii at aauruic Appi
t sJb bouth ilat 8c
FOR SALh. -i nm houae. atrlctly nwl
tii, built leas man two eara. t minute
a.ik tiom tiar line co buaiueaa atraei. Call
at UL A. 1st til., la., 111 J , Cuuuut
I t II l A ! .. 1 1.
I UK ll I.
A FINK 10-aCKL I'KAfll OKCHAItu ,11
umarlu. CaU, value Sn.tAiV, to tiaiie for gouii
Almneiuta piupnty ttuuul sauie va.ue, con
sider Dakota or bioux taiia. eekeial lili
laiilurms oiaiige tiivvwa. 110111 aio.uw up.
bate and trnuea. Have one called lue flueat
p.ace in auutnern cautuiiiia, puca tUu.wou.
lleautiful property will pay big returns
also. If you bave eustern piuperty tj
trade l 'e aouiaern CatUuiui. aunu ueacrip
tion. Trades etfected anywhere, raltlilul
personal atienUoti Hi ven to our uiattera,
losuranoe, aalaa. traaea, rentaiS, invent
incuts, etc Aieferencvs lunnsued. James
M Vau Deuseu, sos Alraiey Biug., A-asaaeua.
44) ACRES Finest Orange land
Fiesno. California, H,6uu -. i Bee.
SELF-SUPPORTING HOMES in the glor
lous fruit dlstrlut southern Amtisii Colum
bia for 110 cash and (10 inuiuniy. witnout
interest. Annual profiu, -o tu ll.uoo pef
acre. Orchard, garden, pvoitry; scenery
bunting, fiahlng, boating; delightful, waroi
climate, church, school. puatuUice., stuie
big sawmill; daily trains; close tu markets'
unlimited demand for products Write
quick for maps, photos, free nitormauua
West-Kootenay Fruit Lands Co., Dept D
Drawer lusi. Nelsuu. Biitiao Columbia,
I bave 1.000 acres of Improved and unim
proved Und for sale at from 110 to la an
acie, within from one to ten miles of town
all oot tillage; write me for particular '
V. O. BEAN. MOVINA. CoLO.
FOR RELIABLE, best located fruit
tracts In Colorado, on easy terms, I0we.1t
prices, write Rev. W. H. Collins. 1010 E
13th Ave., Denver. Colo.
CT'RA Best soil; Ideal climate: amnl
rainfall; best shipping facilities; land $30
per acre, map ire. ounuerson, 1U2 Palace
FLORIDA We have millions of acres ot
Florida timber, cut over, farm and coloni
sation lands. Before purchasing send for
Florida Real Estate Journah Big bargains
nice homes; we can suit you. National
Realty Agency. Jacksonville. Florida.
Writ for my large Illustrated
list of Madison county farms, from
1A acres up to 6K) acres, all prices;
good liberal terms. See Madison
county before buying. Best all
around county In the stats. Adresa
J. G. SHRIVER,
7H-ACRB IOWA FARM.
miles ot Council Bluffs, all fine land bat
I or 4 acres, which Is seeded to alfalfa.
iige hous. good barn and all kinds of
outbuildings rine orcnara and vineyard.
With a little care the fruit will more than
pay Interest on entire cost of the place.
Good spring and one of best meadows la
the state; was green all through this dry
summer, Farms no better have sold fur
I1M per sera. We offer this for 1116.
M UlUDi lir,AU tBlAlll tu.,
14 Pearl Su. Council Bluffs.
For bargains In Iowa farm land. aril.
or call on Iowa Land Credit Company, Ma
son City, Iowa. , '
ISO ACRES In Anderson county. Raa: as
acres pasture, balance new land; price. Ill
per acra Neal-Aiowmau Laud Co.. Gar
ALFALFA land; farm lards In western
Kansas. I quote, subject to previous sale,
8. W. 11-10-12. shallow water alfalfa land
at IX per acre; SVs miles from MoCue. N. Bl.
11-17-12, good wheat or broomcora land. 111
per acre; miles from Manning, on Ma.
Pec G. D. Card. Scott Ciiy. Kas.
Sea me about Minnesota farms of all de
scriptions. They are Diioed right.
THE HONEST LAND MAN.
H. T. BULL1U, WASECA. MINN.
140-ACRE farm, within & miles of Minne
apolis, ( miles from the county scat; has
120 acres under cultivation, balance timber
and pasture; all high land; Dries 116 oar
acre; one-half cash, balance on easy terms;
land Is situated on main traveled road,
mile from school. This Is a tarsal n aad
will bear tbe most rigid Investigation.
For further particulars write M. Av. Ruther
ford Co., ATlncetou. Minn.
FOR Bale Lhesp Good farm. 134 sores
all under cultivation: small buildings:
miles west sf Hawley. Clay county, Mian.
Aaaress box , xsuskoaa. anon.
Ilo ACRE8. olay soil, well timbered, with
hard wood: located near tills city; a bg
bargain, price. 116 per acra p. . ThleJ-
mau, bt. Cloud. Miaus.
BARGAIN SO-acre farm: 4 miles from
Warsaw, Mo.; 26 acres cultivated, balance
pasture; near school ana cuurcn; pnoei
ll.Ooo, terms easy. Address T. G. Owen.
Kt acres, 12t miles southeast of Kansas
City; X6 acres fine bottom land In cultiva
tion, balance four pastures; nicely watered,
tine two-story frame bouae; good tenant
house, good barn cribs, etc.; all fenced
with wire and board; 1 mile to town, school
and cnurcr. or quick aaie t per acre;
101-206 6heldle Bldg.. Kansas City. Mo.
A SNAP If takes la to days Fine ve!l-r
40 acres. Improved, In the heart of Caas
county, Missouri; I mllea from county seal;
deal with owner; save commission. Address
Box 74. R. F. AJ- Mo, a. rlarrlaonvlUe. Cass
THREE high-class Improved northwest
Missouri farms for sale. corn, clover and
blue grass land; your choice, 1.6 per acra
Write for partlculara Basel J Meek,
eaner. r. u oox ui. t-uuueotus. so.
(40 acres In Lawrence Fork creek valley
near Ueddington. Neb., about 11 mllea
southwest of Bridgeport; larue portion fine
valley land; good water 16 to 30 feet; only
V.u an acra write ten unman. Redding
!W0 ACRES AND 4t ACRES IN GOOO
eld Cass county; 60 miles from Kansas City;
both aell Improved; fine black limestone
land; bargain; choice 165 per acre: good
terms. E. V. Burdett. Garden City, Mo.
Buy Your Farm Now
.WAITING 'TILL SOME
OTHER DAY MEANS MORE
MONEY FOR YOU TO PAY
We have for aaie HO acres near three good
towns in Butler county, Nebtaaka. that can
be bought for per acre. Land near it
selling tor 1126 to li.o p. r acre. Must be
Suld gulck to fct-ttle an estulai. Psrt pur
chase tan be carried a few years. This
will make some one an Ideal home. Can On
rented to good advantage. It's, very de
alrable as an investment.
For full particulars write, phune or call on
TATE-EIIRI I ARDT CO.,
' LAND that Kill rains 40 to bushels of
corn to acre, near market, iii per acre,
beme good land farther fruin town as low
as 17 I-r sere Good term.
NOWATA LAND A LOT CO.,
f New Vork Life bldg.
Phone Red ls A-U J
FAIl.H Ali II 4. Mil I. AM FOR Ml.!
M lnneana l oallaaed.
MEXICO I bsve fi.r asle several flea
trscta of tropical Isnds snd transportatna
eapeclally suitable for fruit ami stocs
ramus Cbesf on quirk sale Llvs cor
reapnndents wanted, r-onn out irsponsibs
funs or (iart.ea need snswer tlt-reucrS
Kiven and rev4uird Address. J. A'erits
Kent. '1 iscolaipio. Ver alexjev.
1M ACRES. Ml level. 200 crop, im ho
tlnht. two bouses, wells, spring, flve-lon
S'Sle. shop, four mules, four horses, six
rows, seventy-fivs hogs, tooia. Price, 114
Three sinaller farms, rent or selL Owner.
William Karick. Clifford. OkL
OKLAHOMA FARM LAN US 220 acres
with 170 aeies in cultivation, two hou.-es.
four milts fioin county site town in Ste
phens county, price $ per acre; 14.L6 cash,
Ji.imO in live yvais; 4.J5 In first class trade.
If you want this write today. Duncan Real
Estate Co., Duncan. Okl.
THE IDEAL HOMtC 1 OF 640 ACRE
situated In the Big Sioux valley, four miles
south of Caatlewood, the county snat of
Hamlin county, bouih Dakota; 410 acres c(
deep black loam, under yearly cultivation;
luj acres in pasture and luu in the beautiful
surinR-fed Lake Florence, with Its sylvan
scenes and sparkling waters, deep and puie
and tilled With z.sh and game In season,
t.d ti'iiinv ! tie none. a lourieeii room
house, large barn, two pramtrlen. chicken
house, bos house and woven wire pasture.
corn silo, machine house, emu.l barn anil
umerous small I undines, all in good con
dition, with windmill, three wells and cis
tern, all surroundod by a besutlful STove.
Price 126.000, on (ood terms, by M. J.
Rutsell. Casllewooi. a. t.
FARMS IN THE CORN BELT.
An Improved quarter section In Gregory
eounty, S. D.. 44 miles from Burke, 6-4
miles from Gregory; all fenced; small set
of Improvements; M) acres under cultivation.
Price (40 per acre
HO acres, one mile from town. Tripp
county; price tl per acre.
A half section. Ki miles from Wlttsn.
Price $.& per acre.
A half section 4 miles from Carter; price
130 per acre.
A nice half section I miles from Dallas
and ( mllss from Colomb Price t6 per acre
T. F. HARRINGTON,
Bell 1142 Iowa Bldg., Sioux City. la.
DOUBLE YOUR MONEY.
Do you want to buy a good townslte? We
have It usl fresh from the government,
with perfect title. 120 lots now surveyed
and about 30 ot them sold with sbout 24
buildings now completed in the town on a
raiim.i thst has six dally trains, with ex
cellent service. This townslte Includes 164
acres ot the very Dest 01 secona Dottom
land with fine timber for parks and alse
a tine stream 01 water running tnrougn it.
Fine openings tor almost an Kinua ot oust.
ness especially a bank, hotel and elevator
A grand bargain If sold In thirty days. Ad
dress Powell Land & Loan Co.. Powsli,
etanley count", tt D.
I tlAVHi llJU acres 111 wemoni ouny o.,
8 D.. nearly all plow land; for quick sale
will take 12.600; loOO cash; I2.OU0 mortgage at
( per cent; must sell. Maurice L. titarr,
Pltrre, S. D.
SECTION of Gregory county. South Da
kota, land tor sain. This section hss tim
ber, running water tea t'j apriugs, iota ot
bay, 60 acres broken, AbO acres can bs
plowed, all fenced; ono-haif mils from
arhnnl. three miles from one railroad town
and six miles from another; good soil and
the very best all around larming and stock
raising section In Gregory county. South
Dakota. Call on or write to Charles Milnai.
owner, Fairfax. 44. D.
WHY PAY HIGH RENTT
Mr. Farmer, come to South Dakota; stop
paying high rents; own your own farm.
tiend the money for your improvements
that you are laying 'n Iowa in hU'h rent.
We own twenty quarters oi ianu ners
that we can sell you for & to 130 per acre
on terms you can't neat; U.OoO to 11.600
down balance on payments at a per cent.
Come here Derore tnu. snaps are an gone.
For full information write Dixon Bros,
or Bank of Seneca. FartV county. 8. IX
HARDWOOD timharea lake frontage
farm at bargain: 6 acres In Polk coun
ty. Wis., -60 miles frorh' twin cities; heavy
clay loam soil; half mile lake frontage; lota
of hardwood saw timber; small clearing;
old buildings: good neighborhood; only
H. 200; on easy terms If taken at onea
Owner N. o.. Bos A, St Croix Fails. Wia
. to ACRES LEVEL LAND. 26 cultivated,
bslsnce pasture, 6-room houae. large barn,
rblcken bouse, spring and trout brook on
farm. ( mllss front station, school on land.
II. MX), easy terms. Tom O. Mason, lalanl
City State bank. Cumberland. Wis.
AS YOU read this ad. so will thousands
read your want ad, if it Is In The Bea
HAVE TOO A FARM FOR BALK Oil
TRADE T Or do you want to buy one'
Make your wants known through THE bKI
MOINES CAPITAL, tbe waut medium ot
Iowa Kates: I cent a word fur each Inser
tion, ( cents a Una 70 cents an Inch. Cir
culation. 41,000: largest of any Iowa dally,
Give us a trial. Address Tbe Capital
Laud Dept... Dee Moines, la.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE One good
quarter of farm land. Perkins county.
Nebraska; two good quarters in Bedwick
county, Colorado; 160 acres of wheat land
In Alberta, Caaada: twenty acres and a
town lot In the onion belt of Texas, last
two properties clear. Will take a good
roadster automobile and good driving boras
or driving team as part pay. Addreac Bog
(4 Albion Neb.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
1100 to 110.000 made promptly. F. D. Weed.
Wead Bldg.. IStb and Farnam.
LOANS to home owners and home build
ers, with privilege of making partial pay
W. H. THOMAS.
601 First National Bank Blag.
OARVIN BROS.. Id floor N. T. Ufa 150
to tiOO.000 ob Improved properay. No delay.
WANTED City loans. Paters Trust Co.
LOW RATES. BEM1S-CA RLBERG CO..
110-312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
WANTED City loans and warrants. Mi
Farnam ninitn at Co.. 1JUV Farnam St.
1MX) to K.000 on Omaha nomea O'Keefs
Real Esteit Co.. 101S N. X. JAfa Doug, or
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
Choice wall paper 'j price. Farnnm St ,
REAL ESTATE WANTED
IF your property Is for . colored people.
rent or sale. Hat with the Home Investment
Co.. loti S. 14th St Have tenants waiting.
Phone Douglas 1411.
WE exchange properties of merit H. H.
Culver. hl2-alJ N. Y. Life. Douglas 7bus.
TO EXCHANGE FOR GOOD FARM. A
firat-claas atock of clean hardware, will In
voice 1J6.OU0. Want good farm clear. Ad
dress with all particulars. Lock Box 214,
Smith Center Kan
800 acrea In Nance county, Nebraska. M0
acrea in crop. Can all be cultivated. Price.
15 per acre. Will take Ido.uoo income bear
ing proixriy; uaianca easy terms.
NOWATA LAND & 1JJT CO.,
668 N. Y. Life Bldg. TeL Red VM. A 1721
1 ROOMS, strictly modem: lot 60x1.10
lovely home. Price, IT.oou, Will trade for
NOWATA LAND AND IiOT CO..
61A New York Life Hldg.
'Phone Red law, A -17 21.
Choice wall paper Vi price. Farnam St.
WILL trade solid walnut bed with made-
to-order Oatermoor mattreaa and sleel
spiral and bamboo springs for china cab
inet, sideboard or huriel. zvw Dewey Ave.
Tel. Harney b3Ut.
WANTED TO RFNT
Choice wall nper price. 2w Farnam St.
WANTED TO BUY
BF.8T price paid for Id-band furnltura
carpets, doming and shoes. Tel 1" :e.i7
Choice wall puper H price, Zoo Farnam St,
YOUNG MAN desires place to wore
tea id and room o privsta lannly wmia a:
tf-rdinv auuuL boyias College HIA
Choice wall paper S price. Farnam St.
VA.'TK1 Kv exivfnnr.-ii iMnikkei-p'r
I'om.nn In otflce; la imiiTled and ot K00J
halms. Addreis K 2.. Hee
Ni:AT colored girl wsnta wot k dow n
town or In family. 'Phone Webster 4V7.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
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t olora lo special a 7 57 pin ali i pin
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Mall and EJtpraxs
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K. C. & et. L, E'x a 1:20 am a 7:14 am
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cept Saturday all: 15 pm a 6:60 pm
K C. & Bt- l. n.x.. Sat
urdays only 11:00 m
Chicago 4t .Vortkwriteni
Twin Cltv Express a 7:50 am a!0:24) pm
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Los Angeles Limited ...a 8:M) pm 112.20 pin
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Deadwood-liol Springs.. a S.ab put a 6.40 pm
CsKper-Lander a l ua pin all.uo am
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Chicago Express ..a 4:40 pm a 1:16 pm
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Chi. -Neb. Ltd., Lincoln. a 6:26 am a 6:47 pra
Colo, at Cal. Ex a 1:26 pm a 4:10 pm
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Nebraska points a :20 am a 6:10 pra
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Lincoln Mall ...o L20 pin al2:l6 pm
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Colorado Limited ......all:2S pm a 7:00 am
Chicago Special .a 7:16 am all:05 pm
Chicago Express a 4:20 pm a 1:55 pm
Chicago Fast Ex press., a 6:30 pro a 8:00 am
Iow a Local a :15 am al0:30 ara
Creston-lowa Local ...a 1:30 pm al0:30 am
SU LOUIS r.xpreaa i.ou pm 4V11;46 am
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Chicago. Bt. Paul, Mlaneapolis at
Bloux City Express b 1:00 pm bll:45 am
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Groom Sticks By
Queer Tale of Love that Comet in
from a Little Town in
The course of true love ha taken many
queer turns but none that equals the angle
that has suddenly developed In the path
way along which A. A. Churdnn of Chur
dan, la., and Mrs. Ellen Dawson, a widow
of the same town, were slipping surely into
matrimonial bliss. Mrs. Dawson was ar
rested yesterday and taken from a North
western train passing through Council
Bluffs, and was held awaiting the arrival
of the sheriff of Greene county, Iowa, who
promised to be along on a later train from
Churdun and Mrs. Dawson were on the
way to Los Angeles, where they Intended
to be married and were accompanied by
the 12-year-old son of the woman. The
charge Is conspiracy. Back of It I a tale
of love In the Interior districts, with some
trimmings that miyht he worked up Into
a real romance or a "drammer" If properly
Churdan Is the founder of the town that
bears his name, and has been some pump
kins In those parts. He was also a barber
and generally prosperous. Mra Dawson
owns a restaursnL Some time ago she
began receiving letters that threatened
many unpleasant things It she did not give
over all other men, forsaking especially
the company of A. A. Churdan, and devote
herself to the writer. A the letters were
not signed she could not make a choice
and stuck to Churdan. Many efforts were
niade to detect the writer, the town author
ltlcs going so far as to employ the services
cf the wisest detective to be had In Des
Moines, but to no avail. The Identity of
the writer 1 still undlvulged, but the let
ters kept coming right along.
Finally Churdan sold his barber shop and
Mrs. Dawson turned her restaurant over to
her daughters, and the couple started to
Los Angeles to be Wed. Then the sheriff
of Greene county broke Into the game and
asked the sheriff of Pottawattamie county
to help by holding the woman. It I now
alleged that she wrote the letters.
No charge Is made against Churdan, bu.
ra declined to be separated from the woman
of his choice and spent the afternoon at
the county Jail waiting with her for the
coming of the Greene county official
Churdan Is 40 years old and looks as If ha
knew his own business. The widow Is
about the same age.
PICK-UP CHCKC11 DtDlCUtD
Substantial Edifice Built by Personal
Work oi Paitor and People.
FIRST GERMAN FUESBYTERIAN
Kt Fnthaalastlc Monday lertlna S
Syeleraatle Kffort Prod arrd More
Pledaea for Half the Debt Reat
laa on nalldlngf.
After rinses of Ji.SO had been mslo
at the afternoon meeting towards wiping
out the 15.0O0 Indebtedness on the new
First Gfrnian Presbyterian church, Twen
tieth and Spruce streets, the church was
dedicated with fitting ceremony, Stindny
Rev. Julius F. Sohwara. the paster, an
nounced that within a week ,or
the remaining 12,600 will le secured.
Because more time than had been ex
pected was taken up In the woik of
getting pledges the dedicatory services,
which were to have been held In the after
noon, were deferred until evening. 1
The afternoon service opened with sing
ing of "All Hall the Power of Jes.is'
Name," nflcr which Rev. Jesse Craig Wil
son, U)0''?rator of the Omaha presbytery,
read a lesson from the scilptures. H. E.
Johnston sang a tenor solo. "Come Vnto
Rev. Daniel E. Jenkins, moderator of the
Nebraska synod, offered piayer In which
he thanked God for His work In construct
ing the brautlful new church for and
through the people of the consrcgatlon. He
prayed that the people, already amply
rewarded for all their efforts, may be still
Unity of purpose, diversity of action,
love, and encouragement were urged by
Rev. William II. Kearns. superintendent
of home missions of ths Nebraska synod,
In the chief address of the dedicatory
..Tller, muBt b. unlty or there can be
no growth," he said. "I often have heard
ministers complain that they could nccom
pIlKh little or nothing because Of lck
of disposition to co-oierate on the part
of the people. All must be willing to
help; each man and woman and child must
be arixlous to do his or her part. We can
not all do ona thing: but each of us can
do something. Each should do what he
can do best.
"Then thera Is diversity of action. There
must be great love between the members
The scriptural Injunction to love one
another Is as Important as anything in this
book. There must be encouragement. No
one can do much without encouragement,
for everyone grows despondent at times.
Tell your minister you have been helped
by his sermon. He will preach a better
one next Sunday If you do."
Wiping: Debt Off Board.
Rev. Mr. Kearns at the end of his ad
dress produced a huge blackboard on
which he had printed various sums from
IMO down to 11. He called upon the con
gregation to pledge donations that would
wipe out the figures. The Ladles' Aid
society promptly assumsd responsibility for
a donation of 1500. Other church organi
sations offered to wipe out other sums
and many Individuals ordered the minister
to wipe out figures. At 6 o'clock a total
of 12,600 had been pledged. The money Is
to be paid within six months.
The dedicatory service opened with the
confession of faith and the repetition of
the Lord's prayer by all. After the scrip
ture reading Rev. Julius F. Bchwarg pre
sented the keys of the church to the board
of trustees. In so doing bs made a brief
address In which he rejoiced over the near
ness of the church to completion and
praised the trustees and all the people Ot
the congregation for their faithfulness to
their purpose. He then 'dedicated the
building to the service of God and the
Christ, according to the German ritual.
Responsive readings, also a part of the
Rev Jacob Consett ot Cincinnati tve the
address of the evening, and short addresses
were given by Warren Swltxler, Harry
Fisher and Henry Kelser. The entire dedi
catory services were in German.
Features of the morning service were ad
dresses by Rev. Benjamin B. Boell oi Riley,
Kan., and Rev.. Jacob Conxett of Cin
The church has been built from material
gathered about the city by the pastor and
the people of the congregation. The
material Is old. but of the sort that does
not weaken with years. The total cost of
the edifice, which Is practically completed.
Is under 120,000. Contractor in the begin
ning said It could not be built for less than
!3K,000. . The saving has been made by the
use of old material.
LOSING TUB THOUGHT OF OOD
Re. E. B. Crawford Heard, la First
lermoB at Hanseoxa Park.
The new pastor of the Hanscom Park
Methodist church, Rev. B. B. Crawford,
took for the text of his first sermon In
his Omaha pulpit this vsrse: "Yet I am
not alone, because the Father is with me
'What Is our thought of God the thought
In our own hearts? Ws say God Is all
wise, and yet when anything seems a little
awry we question Him. We say He 1 the
Holy One, but we do not trust , Him to
make us holy. We say He I everywhere,
but can we remember that He I with u
in all the experiences of llfeT
'There are men so self-reliant, men with
iron in their blood, who car little about
God, but they are few. Most of us are not
o sure of ourselves. Soma day you and
I will stumble over something and when we
get up we will find a different world. In
that day you and I will need God.
'I think all of us have felt Ood Inter-
yen at opportune moment In our live.
The moments may be rare and some of
us may doubt If we have ever seen the
direct Intervention, but poor, Indeed, Is
the life that knows nothing of such things,
"The Christ that you and I need Is
the everyday Christ, the Christ who I in
our lives. In our heart an abiding pres
ence. Constantlne, who had himself
crowned as emperor of the church, wore
upon his armor a piece of wood that was
supposed to have come from the cross.
It was to show that whereever he went
Christ wss with him. We wear no armor
or wood from the cross, but w have Christ
In our hearts and He goes everywhere with
"I am not a pessimist, but I have a
theory that the presence of God aa a con
crete experience Is waning In men's lives.
We say that the earea of business, the In
fineness ot commercialism. Is responsible
for It. But I have even heard good mother
say that the press of trouble In caring
for a family took their thoughts from God.
I cannot sea how such an occupation would
take one' thought away. It should bring
on closer to God.
"Thinking that Ood 1 always with u
save u from the hardest experience In
life, utter loneliness. Home people cannot
bear to be entirely alone, and that ac
counts for the bulk of the eukides and
the failure. No man Is going to fall
when he know he ha a friend.
T have come to you In thl new field
feeling that I am not alone. If I ran
only have God with me each day. It
can make His presence known to my peo
pie, then I will be doing my work."
in the abdominal region Is prevented by
the use of Dr. King's New Life Pills, the
painless puiif:;ra 16c. For sale by Beaton
Will Decide Big
Justices V ill Render Opinions Dur
injr the Next Term of Far
WASHINGTON. Oct. I0.-I.abor question
ronfiotil the supreme court of the United
btatts at the liegiiinlng ot lis eight months'
work In no m her and degree ot importance
perhaps unprecedented. With the mo
mentous Industrial consequences hanging
tii'oti the decisions in the Standard Oil.
tobacco trust and corpoiatlon tax cases,
these Involved in the pending labor lltl
g.ttlon will serve to give a marked
economic color to the work of the court
In the session which opens Monday noon.
Prominent iuumfc- the labor cases to be
heard and passed upon at this term are
the bo-called liompcrs contempt esse, the
employers' liability law cases, the safety
appliance Inw, the hours of service law
cases, the peonage cases, Chinese Importa
tion cases and Uie Arkan.ius "full crew
The Goinpcrs-Mltchall-Moi rlson contempt
cacc involves matters fundamental in the
relation between laborers and capitalist
Ths court Is expected to define, more
definitely then has ever been done before
by It. the limitations on labor In fighting
capital. Samuel Gumpere, aa president ot
the American Federation of Labor; John
Mitchell and Frank Morrison, other of
ficials of the same body, have been sen
tenced to Jail on conviction of contempt in
dl8obelng a temporary injunction not to
Interfere with the business of the Bucks
Stove and Range company of SL Louis.
These sentences will be reviewed and at
the same time the supreme court will pass
on the merits of the original suit, out of
which Uie contempt proceedings arose, one
to prevent the federation officials from
boycotting the company by printing Its
name on the "We Don't Patronise List"
and othi rw lee au attempt Is to be made
during the coming term to have the court
declare unconstitutional the employer
liability law, passed by congress In ltoS.
by Owning Up
NEW YORK. Oct. 10. Mr. Reml P.
Schwerln, prominent ' oclally In New
York, Baltimore and San Francisco, the
wife of the vice-president and general
manager of the Pacific Mall Steamship
company, escaped having a charge ot
smuggling placed against her by franknex
In answering questions put to her by the
customs men after the discovery that on
landing Saturday night from the liner St.
Paul she had failed to deolare all the
dutiable goods brought home In her
In her original declaration Mr.
Schwerln mentioned new gowns to the
mount of 1500. In going through her
effect the inspector found article not
declared. Mrs. Schwerln was given an
opportunity to amend her declaration and
she freely acknowledged that ome ar
ticles bought abroad might have been
omitted, but that ther had . been no In
tent to evade the payment of duty. A
careful examination was made of her
baggage and resulted In the original
declaration being raised by f 1,400. The
additional duty was paid and the baggage
Aged People in
Machine Turns Turtle on Level
Ground Without Known Cause
BROKEN BOW, Neb., Oct. If. (.Special.,
A peculiar automobile accident with erl-
ou results, happened yesterday on tht
road between here and Merna. James Mc
Graw, 70 year old, a resident of Oils place,
accompanied by hi wife and Mr. Wil
liam Boyes, who also reside here, started
In their machine for a trip v to Merna,
about ten miles distant All three ar old
people, their combined age reaching
total of 20 years. The party was about
nine mile out and had nearly reached
it destination, when, for om unaccount
able reason, while running on level ground
at a reasonable speed, the automobile sud
denly turned turtle. Imprisoning the ocou
pant beneath ths car. Mr. McGraw and
Mr. Boyc only sustained slight bruises,
but Mr. McGraw was rendered N uncon
scious. A passing livery rig took the In
jured lady to Merna, where medical ex
amination showed her to be paralysed from
the waist down. This condition was caused
by the seat of the tonneau striking her
across the back. Hopes ar entertained
that Mr. 'McGraw will recover aa soon
as the shock wear off.
BISHOP MORRISON TALKS
ABOUT HOME MISSIONS
Assert that There Is Great Field foi
Work Among (ha
CINCINNATI. Oct. 10. Service In com
memoration of the seventy-fifth anniver
sary of the consecration of th Rt. Rer.
Jackson Kemper, .the first missionary
bishop of the church, featured th work of
the delegates to the Protestant Episcopal
convention here today.
Tha service took place at St Paul'
cathedral, with Bishop Theodore N. Morri
son as the speaker.
Bishop Morrison was outspoken in bll
declaration for home missions. At on
time during his remark he said:
"I would Impress upon those Interested in.
missionary work my belief that ther 1
more of a field for good and advantageous
work among th negroes of ths United
States than among th people of foreign
countries, and I will urge that missionaries'
work begin at horn."
TAFT RECEIVES IRISH
DELEGATES AT BEVERLY
Presldrat Is Visited y Job a Red
osd, John Boyle, aad Joseph
BEVERLY, Mass., Oct 10. -John Red
mond, John Boyle and Joseph Levlln,
Irish members of the British Parliament,
were received as British subjects by Presi
dent Taft Mr. Redmond, leader of th na
tionalist party in Parliament, was ac
companied by Mrs. Redmond. T. P. O'Con
nor was to have been a member of th dele
gation, but could not be present The plan
and progress of th home rule program
were told to the president, but the call
was almost wholly of a social character.
Mrs. Taft and Miss Taft assisted In en
tertaining th guests. Betur calling on
th president, the party were luncheon
guests of A. Shuman, a neighbor of th
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