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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1911.
FARM H A C II LAM) FOIt MIK
II oar ian.1t- on t!i beautiful Si .t'h"Ts
TSier, KI"ii'U wi nn li-.: i. re na
tion iusi o e:i ("! fcctr irr.nl anil It'-tf'l
t the prirt- and n the tertrs I if h
olfer. they would nrt ,M fu 24 lioui
If you vtnl either a rmall or larite
ftrm where yon ran frw piactirally
very crop known in thl section and
many crops unknown in the n 1 1 f. ,
two ani three cr are prol.icd on the
lime land the aame year, where the ail-ear-round
cltmote I a chl-t at 1 1 act ,uu.
write oe for l:tetaiiire or Jo.n omi evir
ion Tuedav. O. fiber IT. for Kivervl.w
J arm. Florida. As an Inducement to
view the lands, we offer to tefund the
railroad fare to all pun haset a
Benson & Carmichaei
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
TO TRATiF ISO acres New Haron, 8.
D, price HO.iX'i; mortgage $i,iJ. qulty i
M.. Whet hava you? C. C. Issenhullt.
:) Brandel Theater Bide
TO l HAtiE-A It. equity In a f,ve
oom hoime, l.arn and two Ion in Omaha
Jo- automobile J. A. Chainbert, Antler-
K.' HAXOEf all kind. I.'t with un
!r.i tor f-.':(:Anie b'K CoL-rado land
inr pettn.'tit to, I'eii.e.ie, Colo.
HA.V'iK.S -A C. Jfwell. Board of
HALF ect-n of aod land, i mile
rim Klmt.Sil. Neb. icounty seatl. Twenty
tie and a town lot In tha onion bait
,f le. Twenty acres and two town
,ois in the fig and oranire (gul) oati
o.t of Texas. Twj nice quartets of taoie
xirl neai Julesbutg Colo. Will consitlei
l.i.;if.u or (i)O'l norses good CaU.e oi
,tai eurt.in town pioperty. AJilree.,
i.i.t .4 A.hl tri, Neb.
DIYORCE CASES AN ISSUE; $800 Damage Done
By Fire to Barn of
Omaha Van Company
Judge Da Griff at Des Moines Talks
of New Flan.
TALKS 01 DEFAULT SUITS
erics to Have l.aer Enacted for
Appointment ol Attorney Ie
lead Where Appearance
Arc Hidt In Coort.
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA
Traversed by the
ATLANTA. BIhMINiJHAM &
Lands adaptable to the widest ram,- of
crops All ttie money ciops of the .So ith
plentifully produced. For literature trrm
Ing with this coming country. it soil, cli
mate, church and school al antHO.
V. H. LEAHY. DF.rT. K
Ge.neral I'uwensfr A Kent,
. 1K.ATRE improved farm, with orchard.
;l ml lea N. E. Council Bluffs. $&o per acr.
1 i( quick. M acrea. win improves. u;j per
'l'ay & Htu Co., bolu Agents. Co. Bluflu
THE eu"let way to find a buor fjr
?our farm Is to insert a tmau want an
n the De Molnt-s Capital. Largest rn-
euiatlon In the inte of Iowa. um daoy
Tha Capital l read by and h.l,eved in ly
lha atanduattei of Iowa, who pimply re-
Ium to pormlt any other paper li. their
homes. lUtea. I cent word a day; II i3
par Una per month; count six ordinary
words to the ilne. Address Laa Moines
Capital. Dea Moines, la.
I i 'K a dainty desi-ert use laliell s Ico
nam If Mrs. 'I nomas, Zi'iii Webster
.-i . ill come to I he e office within
, hiee das we will (five her an oraer loi
guart brick of this fine Ice cream.
EXCHANGE for what you want. Bhopen
& Co, Exchange Eiperta. Panton Blk.
L. tarber to sell, or nchange
440 lioa.d of Trade. V. iMl.
ai.i t ii i ti K
TKAliKS-If you have anything to
tiade. wilte ma. i. iC. Walt. ttU Bee Mldg
iiiii '.mtiroved farm. Minnesota, roi
Omana rendence or meicnanaiee. o
l.oKn. county, Neb., lot met onanane.
IM Chtyenne (.'o.. for umana cuy prop
erty or merchandiae.
A L.L18 NANl UoAS,
til board of Trade.
, WANTED) Nebraaka
farma for Iowa rustomera.
I Co.. Council Bluffs. la.
NEBRAPKA and Ore.on land. M up.
tH Brandela Blog.
! HOME8TF.AD 330 acrea for 9175; about
j in miles out; rich farm land, not aand.
1 Vaa an old entry, now cancelled. Worn
13,000. J. A. Tracy, Kimball, Neb.
100 CUSTER CO. farma Just on market.
up; eaay laruie. uaiasr wo., u uran
IMPROVED Nebraska farms, , an
acre up. Write or call for our list. Wood
ward. 7U Omaha Nat. bank Bldg.
GOOD Knox Co. farms, 145 an acre, easy
terms. J. C Kruger, owner, i& liran
Bwect, S2 Neville.
land. 110 up. t. N.
iFrom a Ptaff Cotrespnnnt )
DE8 MOINES. la-. Oct. 3.-t Special Tel-
egram.) An effort will be made before
the next session of the leittKlature to ae-
cure the enactment of a law permitting
the appointment of a special attorney
to defend all divorce c--es In which theie
Is no other appearance for the defenBe,
and thue put an end to default divorces
in thla county.
Judge Degraft of the district court will
start the movement. He aaya; "En
tirely too many default cases are granted.
We hava from fifty to sixty cases of this
nature each term and I am confident not
all of those who secure divorces are en
titled to them. I do not wish to be mis
understood. A person who la really en
titled to a divorce should have tt.
X do not hava tha time to go Into the
minor details of every case, nor doe the
county attorney. To separate tha worthy
from tha unworthy would keep one man
"Ha would ha renulrad aa aoon as an
WANT to exchange my W.oOO MyJn application tor dlvoroo la Med to begin
0 acres, good improvement.; for good " a " " ' , V.
Ill tlltlill KIIU BUUIIIIfc icuik
finding. If he discovers there are really
grounds for divorce the court could act
accordingly. Should he fall to reach
Huch a declhlon the court could then fur
ther Investigate. '
Coat of Xpeclal Train.
The state executive council in auditing
the bill of expense for the special train
for the governor and military staff and
hi. friends to accompany the president
through Iowa found that the total coat
was only about tr3. The car fare 1. paid
by the governor out of a contingent fund
at hla disposal. The member of the party
had to pay for but one meal while on the
trip, and that was the one In De. Moines.
Condemn Water riant.
Step for the condemnation of the plant
of the De. Moines Water company were
taken by the city council when it pasaed
a resolution instructing the city legal de
partment to go before the .upreme court
and secure the appointment of a court of
Three- district court Judge, will com
pos the court of condemnation.
To Interstate Commission.
The State Railroad commission will Im
mediately take to tha Interstate Com
merce coinmutslon the matter of the com
plaint of E. Q. Wyll on behalf of the
40 acres or less, or slock
eipmy for hardware. Id 0UU
Y 1J-. care or omana nee.
t ii a Mlit. F; exrhnnifen everywhere.
icbults se ma, Dean, 17 Bee Bldg D
Wli exchange properties of merit. C. W.
Welsh, 81J-U O. N. Bee llidg. Loug. 7X1.
ONE lot and house; also Z vacant lota
for farm. Y l;ee.
WANTED TO BUY
CA8T1 paid (or book. Crane. SIS 8. 14th.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED To rent -room house, part
muanu. in any pail oi wiy. auuhm
N. !:. bee.
km ALL. furnished apartment or cot-
tauo. or furnished rooms, in aesuaoio
I neighborhood, two adult.
C. Mather as
lion, wianea a
, wuii lu. li aouool euueev-
position. J 4l, .
130 ACRES In Seward oounty, 64 mile
rrom a good town; 74U acres cultivated,
good It-room house; barn, 44xfi0; cowshed.
12x12. new double corncrlb. lOxeti. with
driveway; granary, chicken house, wash
UVUH, ll'S iiuiibo, n r n Bin. wiiiuiiiiu,
orchard of M trees; 10 acres hog-tight; b
acres timothy and clover; lot acres
wheat: 10 acrea timber; school one-half
mile; Methodist church, one mile; rented
for 1912: one-third the crop: K00 cash.
Price, $32,0u0. Terms: I2.b"0 down. lU.oOO
March 1. 1912 or ISIS; llft.mo for 6 year at
I per cent, optional. Will consider good
trade up to 110.000, C. F. BAUQHAN.
100-ACRE farm near Benson for sale.
eheap. Owner ha Incurable alckn.
ln-o,ulr room 604, Brown block.
Eaat'n Neb. land. tTS. M Brandel Bldg.
RICH FARM LAND
No Cash, Strictly Crop
l&D.OnO acre In eastern North Dakota.
All east of Missouri river, close to rai
road and market; country fairly well
ettled: sou very fertile; excellent water;
plenty of coal; no rrop failures; abso
lutely no cash required, one-hair crop
annually until paid; price from tig to
140 per acre. Owne your own home. If
Interested and you mean buainesa write
for particulars. Make your choice ssleo-
T. W. WHEELER, Mgr.
ftia BEE BLDG., OMAHA. NEB.
OREGON APPLE LAND.
Five and ten-acre tract. Planted and
scientifically handled for five year. Ite
rated In the famous Willamette valley,
cToa to Portland. Bold on convenient
monthly paymenia. bpeclal terma made
at thla time.
BANTIAM FRUIT COLONY. INC..
fioorg E. Wlghtman, Gen. Sales Agent,
caniora tioiai, ivin too rernam.
HOMESTEAD land In ths famous
Rosebud country of south. Dakota. Mel
lette and Bennett countie to be opened
October 3 to October 21. Dallas la tha
terminal registration point and closest
point of registration to these lands. Free
booklet and Information by addressing
ureater uaua tornmmee. uauaa. tt. D.
AUTHENTIC map of that portion open
for ettlametit next month. Mapa, 60a
each. On aal at Beaton Drug Co. or U
MuConnall, tvJ Paxton Hlkf Omaha.
IOWA and NEBRASKA farms. Oraharn
at Peters, h-rI Omaha Mil I Bank Bldg.
Do you want a 320-acr
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
MAN wants position aa Janitor, good
(clarence. Aduresa B-uu. taie nee.
kiitni' ciaaa practical nurse can be
engaged at once. Douauaa tUai,
A CAPABLE energvlio woman of ex
perience and ability wants position aa
nut. ann nnuHKHRiMr iui muu itvtmm. m
iii wiuowera lanii.y. v.an lurniso oesi Iowa sn nnera aaainst the rates on ireigni
reference. Addres Mr. K. W. ilM Wast Je b lhe Qnat western road between
Ui a.., isorih mtta b. gt jQMph Th
WANTED Place on farm for boy lo I p.ny haa denied the alleged Illegal char-
years oia. a aw, dm. actor of the rata now In force, and Mr
Wylle has asked that the matter be taken
up at Washington and be submitted at
TAKE) me out to the ball game. If
C. Under, 4:; beward bt., will com to
The lice otfico witnin tnree aays wi , ,,.....,. Tha
will give him a ticket to the ball limn r" . . . . . . 7 .
at Kourke park.
POSITION by all around printer; com
petent aa foreman; 26 year' experience;
slrlutly aober; married. Address, Y Ul,
LADY want cooking In family.
coniplalnt 1 that the local rate are In
many, case higher than rat, tor much
longer distance., comprising these local
distance. The Issue will affect the whole
question of tha right of road to make
rate to meet long distance competition
in part by water router
At Work on Hate Case Arguments
The tjommitte of attorney for the five
westerrt stats. Interested especially In
the batborn rate decision Is at work
here for the second week on the argu
menu to be presented to the court, in
thl famous appeal case. They will make
the claim. In line with that of the attor
ney generals, that the Bauborn decision
will hava the effect not only of prevent
A CAPABLE, energetlo woman wishes ling any rat making with relation to
''"J purely date matter, but also to prevent
me exercietj o& mi youi-. )'urn v.
tat in many other thing having remote
OFFICE clerk with typewriter, want
permanent position. Handle coirespond
anoe, billing. No shorthand. & Kol, Bee.
WASHING wanted, rough dry. 11. 4129.
WANTED Work making comforts and
QUllta. U South th street. Basement.
K-YEAR-OLD high school girl want
to help with housework on Saturday.
Call Webster 2.t.
a poniuun. wouio like on ice
clerk Id mualo department.
LIVESTOCK MARKET OF WEST lnflu",ce upon l''ut Mmmetct'
Rain All Over Iowa.
Fir at 2 o clock yesterday d;d dam-
.- estimated at Vvai to tl.e unwiu a
and fctorage company at Nineteenth aic
Th building, which I brick structure
cne block long end fiftv feet wide. Is
used to house sixty horse and the wag
on uted by th company. All the horses
and wagons war removed to aafety and
1400 worth of hamesa was saved.
Mr. Maud Brown, 1115 North Twentieth
(treet. discovered the fire, which origi
nated In the hay loft
A second alarm brought practically all
the fire companies of the city to the
scene and the flame coon wr under
BIBLE STUDY CLASSES
ORGANIZED AT Y.M.C.A.
With nearly 200 men In attendance at
an opening rally and banquet Bible study
work was opened for the season at the
Young Men Christian association last
The meeting was heldjn the aasemhly
room on the second floor. During the
dinner and afterward music was fur
nished by Will Iletherlngton Immanuel
BapttBt church orchestra. George W.
Gil more, president of th association,
presided and Introduced T. D. Foster of
Ottumwa, a well known association
worker, who epoke on "The Place of the
Bible In the World Making." Remarks
by General Secretary E. F. Denlsoa and
musical numbers concluded the rally.
Ten Bible classes were organized for
the season. With the exception of one
the classes will meet every Monday even
ing from 6:45 to 7:30, being preceded by
dinner, which will be served at 6:15. The
Life Problem. Bible class, as In previ
ous years, will meet In th west end of
the lobby every Sunday afternoon at S
o'clock. It will be Instructed bv Dr.
W. O. Henry.
PHYSICIAN CONVICTED OF
SELLING COCAINE TO MINORS
FORT DODOE la., Oct. t-Speclal.)-
Pr. J. H. Paimer. a physician prominent
her In early day, was convicted of In
ducing minor to us cocaine and selling
It to them. Ha was given the maximum
fine. $100 or thirty day. in Jail. Comment
ing upon the Insignificant punlbhment
possible In a cane of thlH kind In Iowa,
the county attorney said, 'T find that a
man who wreck young lives by such a
pernicious practice can be punished only
by the Imposition of a fine of $100 oi
thirty days in Jail -Thirty
or more young men under age,
many of them from prominent families
have been procuring cocaine In Fort
Dodge, and a number were found and
persuaded to testify against the doctor.
He defended himself, hla meager argu
ment being that when ne administered
cocaine he considered, a. a physician, it
was necessary, and that when people
asked for ".now" he had given them
aretanllld and they could not tell the dlf
Aviator KUled by
Fall of 100 Feet
SPOKANE, Wash., Oct. Aviator
Cromwell Dixon, who flew across the
Kocky mountains last Sturdy. fell from
a hi Isrht of 100 feet at the Interstate tan
grounds here today and received lnju
r e. which ausrd hi. death. Caught by
an adverse current of air. his machine
turned on Its side and plunged into
a Kocky Mountain railroad cut While
falling he plucktly attempted to right his
aeroplane, and shouted to th spectators:
"Here I go; here 1 go."
He was picked up unconscious and
rushed to a hospital, whete tt was found
that hi. skull was fractured, his right
icg broken and hi. collar bone shattered
s-o that a portion of It protruded through
the fleKh He died at S.50 o'clock.
. 1 1 1 ii in mm i ii 1 1 i
Burial Place for
RICHMOND. Vs.. Oct. 8.-U looked
out today that the cemetery committee
of the Richmond city council In .ecret
session a week ago took Fpecial action
to permit th family of Henry C. Beattie.
Jr.. to bury hi. body In Maury cemetery
here if he Is electrocuted on November
24 for the murder of hi. wife.
The Beattie family live In South Rich
mond, but their burial plot I. in the
Richmond cemetery, and there Is a city
ordinance which prohibits tha burial of
a nonresident there.
It waa represented on behalf of the
family that in case the young man ahould
die before the date set for his execution
It might be difficult to get a quorum
of the committee and It waa w.shed to
guard against any distressing delay. In
the funeral arrangement.
A marked Increase In the revenue col
lections for September over the corre
sponding month last year was noted I
when Ross L. Hammond. United States j
collector of Internal revenues, made up '
his monthly report. The figures show I
f216.r7.S9, as against $150.7til last year.
r -r -v. -r i( -a X
Miff Excellence "j
comes In every
label. Just re
and order Blatz.
"Th9 TffMsaf JTMf
802-810 Daailst Street. Oathi. Nek
PAoaa- Douglttt 66(12
1'aroi un ti Its
M) acre Irrigated, 4 mile from Wheat-
lend, Wyo.; all In alfalfa; 1 section 10
miles rrom rtimbaii. .Neb.; 2it) acres
broken; fin land; and ! acres 1 mile
from Atkinson, iseo. ti. Orobs. 601 8. 2:J.
Ship your stock to Bouth 4J in alia;
save mileage- and shrinkage; roar
consignments rvcetv prompt and
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION
Byera Bros. Co. Btrong and responsible.
WOOD BRUM.. aS4-s Exchange Bldg.
Great Wast. Com. Co.. Omalia 4t Denver.
W. H. tSMTTH & SON Jul handle sheep.
W. F. DENNY 4 CO.. ZSi Exch. Bldg.
TAGG BKUd. handl cattle, hogs, sheep.
CLIFTON Com. Co.. 322 Exchange Bldg.
Donahue A Randall Co.. 303 Exch. Bldg.
Clay, Robinson 4k Co., DUO Exch. Bldg.
The Standard Com. Co., lli Exch. Bldg.
W. K. SMITH at SON Just handle ahecp.
Interstate Co. Uetier results. Ship to us.
BUKKE-K1CK.LY CO.. 301 Exch, Bldg.
U E. ROBERTS CO.. 22S Exch. Bldg.
Allen Dudley 4 Co., 23i-37 Exch. Bldg.
Cox St Jones Com. Co., bunch of bustlers.
Ralston Fonda, live stock oom. mer.
Farmers L. S. Com. Co., :o Exchange
Depoait proceeds of shipments In Stock
Tarda Nat 1 Bank, uniy -ewuik at yards.
WINN BROS, ac CO.. Exchange Bldg.
LAVERTY BROS., 1JS-40 Exch. Bldg
In th last three day Iowa ha bad one
of the heaviest rainstorm for a number
of years, th total of rainfall ranging
from a halt Inch up to three Inches, and
practically every part of th elate having
received some rainfall. Th western part
of the state has apparently received the
larger part of the storm and In some of
the southern counties th rain I al
most the first received sloe laat spring.
In central Iowa the grass 1. green and
growing fine, and no frost ha a yet
touched any of the garden atuff. Th
rainfall bar for the entlr month of Sep
temper was 7.68 Inchea.
Go to Soelhern Fatre.
Secretary A. R. Corey of the Iowa Stat
fair, in company with Secretary J. C
blmpson of the Minnesota State fair,
went to cSedsll thl week to attend the
Missouri State fair and they may also go
to Oklahoma to attend the stats fair
there. Other Interested In the Iowa fair
will attend these two southern fairs.
Board of Edneattoa Denounced.
E. T. Meredith, owner of ttuocesaful
Fmrmlng. and a leader In agricultural
matter In Iowa, la out In a strong at
tack on th personnel of th present Iowa
that the presidents of the state university
and state college were forced to resign tn
most unusual manner and that relative
of person connected with the board have
bum giveu places by displacing veteran
employe. He does not attack the system,
but declares that th present board Is
dominated wholly by tbe president of the
REAL ESTATE LOANS
Faxlun-Eckinan Chem. Co. si k reined;.
Martin Bros. & Co.. 2lu-7 Exch. Bldg.
WANTED City loan
W. Farnam Smith & Co..
I.OJ Farnam bt.
OMAHA Property and Nebraska Land
O KEEFE ItKAL. KSTA1K CO..
1018 New Omaha Nat l Bank Building.
MONEY TO LOAN-1'ayno Invi Co.
WANTED City loans. Peter Trut Co.
Alex G. Buchanan 4V Son. Kr4-5b Ex. Bldg.
OMAHA THE GRAIN MARKET
WEEKS GRAIN CO..
THE UPDIKE GRAIN CO. Consign.
nitnn careiji.y nanu.uu. umana, ;st.
to.tjOO, ample real estate security,
years, 1 per cent. D 0. Bee.
$100 to $10.0u0 made promptly. F. D.
Wead. weed bldg.. imo ana turntm.
MONEY to loan on buslneoa or resi
dence properties. $1.im) to t.000. W. ii.
1 HOMAn, First Nat. Hank Bid.
CITY and farm. JOHN N FRENZER
LOW RATES. BlC.Nilo-CAKLBERd CO.,
310-313 Brandel Theater Bidg.
MEKIUAM COMMISSION CO.
man who haa Hied us.
Nebraska-Iowa Grain Co. 764 Brandsia
CAVERS ELEVATOR CO., whu.aaale
dealers in gra'. hay. chop lead. ijl
l-w miosis Hiog
WANTED FARM LOANS
' vestment Company, Omana
FIRST TRUST COf l
LARGE city loans wanted; mortgage
A bonds bought and sold. aXULL Bros.
For Bank Robbery
PRINCE ALBERT. Ont., Oct. -Vnh
his pockets full of monsy. which h at
first boasted was part of th $260,000 apoll
of tn New Westminster bank robbery.
and theti said It waa obtained from th
sal of a ranch In Montana, a man giv
ing th names of Alex Johnson and
'BUI" Wheeler, waa arrested here today
and Is being held on a technical charge
landing an Inquiry Into his Identity.
PIONEER IOWA EDITOR DEAD
J. C. McCabo of tbe Logan Obaer-ver
Pa Away Issdsr
LOGAN, la.. Oct $.-Spctal.-J C.
MoCabe, aged 71. editor of th Logan Ob
server, passed away her last evening
following an illness since last May, of
cancer of the stomach.
Mr. MoCab cam to Harrison oounty
In th early sixties and bas remained here
until tbe present time. H first taught
school, afterward farmed, practiced sur
veying and engaged In civil engineering
work. In 189 he purchased the Logan
Observer, and published and edited the
am until his recent Illness. He was the
flrat to take up and push the good roads
movement In western Iowa H haa buT.t
excellent public road and laid out drain
age system and supervised th construe
tton of dralnag ditches. He haa been
Identified with progreaslv movement of
Harrison oounty. especially through the
column of th Logan Obaerver.
Mr. Cab Is aurvtved by thre children
Frank. Bert and Daisy. Bert MoCabe
lives m Sioux City, the other two rhll
dren In Logan and have cherge of the
t4 PER CENT LOANS O.V EASTERN
We will reoaiv application for loans ln American bank bills tn hla posses- nresent time.
; w siv uu vi onure Apru i, istn. i sion. xie is sm to nave deposited
Crtiwest MuVuai L.U ttoom: h10'.00.'" S 'W nl" Uc hU W.he" h.? if'X "if- "
or of E. B. Stephenson. i)iiuui srnvsi nrr. iiur iinaun money lav. ixcnan wmi". " "ni
Aaetil. Lincoln, Neb. lahly In amusements. I Ad column and get quick results.
When taken Into custody he had over ..wiirnUon of th Logan Observer at the
Now Is the Time
To select a comfortable, well lighted,
ventilated office or suite of rooms in
which to transact your business. A con
siderable portion of the business man's
time is spent in his office and he should
locate where the environment is most
conducive to success.
THE BEE BUILDING
IS THE PLACE
where inducements are offered to those
seeking desirable quarters. New elevators have
been installed at no little expense, enabling patrons and
their clients to reach their destination in the building with
the greatest amount of safety and speed. The lobby, court
and corridors have received a thorough rejuvenation, and
with their new coats, present a cheerful appearance. The
offices throughout the building have never been permitted
to look otherwise than clean and attractive. You pay of
fice rent only. All the incidentals, such as janitor service,
electric light and water, are included in the price of the
Obtain satisfaction by renting
one or more of the following:
ROOMS 44-4548 form ft very good combination oa the top floor facing
t&a ast. On room U U-4xl8-u, and tne other 9-8x19-6. Th
last mentioned having in connection a good aizad vault with
helving. It la difficult to find offices vacant affording such con-
vaiilence and th rental price toe both la. per month $33.00
ROOM 548 la divided Into three rooma by tile partltiona. tfcua malt
lng each orfloa a privata oct. Two doctor could occupy thla
suit to advantage, using tne reception, room jointly. There U a
total of 570 aquar feat, which Includes the vault Rents for, per
ROOMS 418, 41S, 405, 40T and 610 are all am all office which range
in price from $10.00 to 18.00
ROOM 62S la a good Inside room, 14xl feet, with vault.
. . .918.00
The Bee Building Company'
Bee Business Offia 17th and Paxnam Sts.
Xlie Omaha Uec's Grcal
BooRlcrers' Contest f
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What Book Does This Picture Eepresent?
Street and Number
City or Town
Write In title and author of book and BATB coupon and picture. Send
no coupon until tlnlert of the contest is Announced. Each picture represent
a book titlenot a seen or character. Catalogue containing 6,000 name
on which all puszle picture are based tbe catalogue used by th contest
editor are for sal at th Lysine Office at Th Bee for ii cents: by mail,
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Rules of th Contest
All persons are eligible to enter this ooaust except employee of tie Omiba Bee sad
Bembers of tbelr families. Each day. tor sevmty-fiv dart, tbers lll be pubiubed la
Tb Be a picture which will represent ths asm oi a book. Beneath ach picture tbsr
will be a blank tor ths contestant to fill la the title of tb book.
Cut out both the picture aaa the blank ana fill 1 ths nam and author of the book
and add your asm sad address nsatly snd plainly la ths spscs proTidsd.
No restrictions will b placed on th way la which snawsrs to the pictures mar be se
cured. Kacs picture represents only ons tills of on book. If yon ars not lure of title
snd wish to send In mors then ons aaswer to each picture, you may do so. PUT NOT
MORE THAN iTVE ANSWERS TO ANT ONE PICTURE WILL. BK PERMITTED. In
correct answers will not be counted again st contsetante if correct answer U slao ftven.
Mors than ons snswsr should not b put oa ths tamo coupon. Extra coupons should be
used for extra answers. All answers to the suit number should be kept together when
sending la tbs set. Only ene list may be submitted by on contestant, though any list may
have five snewars to each puiale.
The number of eonpons used answers given most be plainly written on ths outside of
each BET submitted, but do not write such Information on th wrapper.
While not absolutely aeoesssrr, It Is deeirsbls that tbs pictures should .n each eat
be sent la with th answers, la order that all answers be uniform. Additional pictures
snd coupons mar be ebtslned at ths office of Tbe Be bj mall or la peraon-
Wboa rou aav all sersntr-flv pictures, fasten them together In a FLAT package and
bring or mail thera to Tb Omaha Bee, asdraased to Booklovers' Contrat Editor. PMiea
will b swarded to ths contestants sending la th lergsat number of correct aulutlona. In
erent of two or more persons having the same number of correct solutions, the person
ualng ths smaller number of extra coupons In bis set of snawers will be declsmd winner. In
erent of two persons bsvlnt tbs same n amber correct snd utlng the tame number of oou
pone, the person whoa set of anew. Is moet aeatl prepared, in tbs opinion of th full
Judging committee, will receive the Prat prize.
Only oua list of answers mar be submitted by a eontsttaat aid only one prlie will be
awarded to one family at eae address
Th use of tha coupons Is sot obligatory upon tha contestant, and an aaswer may be
submitted la say legible manner ths contestant may select.
Awards wlU be made strictly aacordlng to ths merit of each separate list.
Th asms of more than one person matt not be written upon sny on coupon.
Tbs swards wtll be mad by the Contest Editor sad a committee of well-known citt
ern, irbose names will be announced later.
i sootest is limited to tb fallowing territory: Nebraska. Wyoming, that portion of
Iowa weat of but not Including Dea Molaea and that eectua of Bouth Dakota known sa
tb Black mas pistnct.
FIRST PRIZE $000
White Steamer Automobile
A R-passenrer 1911 Model White Steamer Touring Car odorless, smokeless
d noiseless. No cranking no shifting of gear: any desired speed. White
n,t nnlulMa Nn erankinsr nn shlftina? of sears: anv desired speed. v nue
Steamer sales lncreaae each eucceedlng year. Has practically an endorsement
of the United States govsinment, which owns and operates more wnne
Steamers than all other cars combined. Richly upholstered, beautifully fin
ished, unlimited power, controlled speed. This car will be exhibited la Omaha
at PratmaondB, lata aa ataraey Eta.
SECOND PRIZE JgKe
In the soft, semi-tropic, climatic one, extend
ing north from San Diego to Shasta County, Cali
fornia, He Tehama county,, ln which Is situated
this beautiful little 10-aere ranch near the town
of Red Bluff. Thla is fruit land of a very high
order and Is part of the celebrated Lutheran col
ony which had Its Inception with an Omaha
clergyman. Literature describing this property
may be seen at th office of TEOWBIDOE-BOL.
TUB CO, la the Olty jratlonal Bank Building,
THIRD PRIZE :ouS
The magnificent, fancy walnut XBZXil
AT7TO OBASTS FX.AYSaVPIa.NO which noth
ing can excel. No other player-piano has in
the absolute the "human touch" so desired by
a musical ear and so prized by the manufac
turers. This Instrument will be exhibited, ex
plained and layed for anyone who wlshea to
e It ln th ware rooms on th third floor of
THE BENNETT CO.
Ralston is to be a manufacturing city. They
have a fine tart with tha Brown Truck Man
ufacturing Co., the Roger Motor Car Co.. nd
th Howard Stove Worka Everything desir
abl to comfortable living mav be found ther.
On one of the main business streets The Be
haa selected Its fourth prize a business lot
21x100 feet, and valued at 374.
FIFTH" PEIZE, Value $225
In the aame town and with the same prospect of ad
haa selected a residence lot 60x120 ft, and valued at 983
Ralston Is on the only lnteruban trolley Un runnini
..V1k a-u Mln.A Ae .Via Jtmah- A n .
Complete information about thl property at th office of th BAZBTOaT
TQWWalTB OOMyAsTT, 306 avonth 17th tit, Omaha.
vancement Th Bee
g out or omana ana
SIXTH, SEVENTH AND EIGHTH PRIZES
This Ingenious encyclopedia, which la a develon.
ment rather than invention, haa beside It con
venience the value of hundred of editora men
tally equipped to make one of the greatest ency
clopedia ver complied. One of the strongest
recommendations for this work is that it is from
the press of lhe reliable old house of THOI,
ELBOW A lost, of Wew Tork, Loudon, Dublin
. ,,s ... . -lujuBurgu, wntcn waa rounded ln 1798.
This encyclopedia of twolve volumea. which Is valued at $96 a set. may
be iwn t th Omaha office of W. A. Xlmoabaagh A Co, 1814 St, alary Av.
NINTH AND TENTH PRIZES
These frizes conlt of twenty-four volume cloth bound sets of the "
ef Knowledge sn encyclopedia mad especially for children and sold s
fh.f ie J-i r.fj! wT,J.Un ,lmP' ianguag nd Is a "wonder tool
that It makaa lmple all knowledge necessiry to brod education. Then
hundred of colored Plttea and thouaande Id black and white This Is a
ea 'lipped encyclopedia made for children, and may be seen at the Oi
office of W. A. hlXBKBAOQK at 114 St. Mary's Avinu'
FORTY-FIVE CASH PRIZES
Five Prizes of $10. Ten Prizes of $5. ' Ten Prizes of $2.
Twenty Prizes of $1.
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