Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, February 09, 1912, Page 9, Image 9

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EGGS for hatching from ice brandels
rarm. lnorouKhbrcd S. C White leg
horns, l.tillty Mock. KM a retting or
B Per lfls. Exhibition or show Mock. U to
ts 4 setting. Write for catalogue Address
t. u. rirantieia. omatia. Tel. Benson ;.
PEDIGREED English bull terrier; fit
specimen and a ise winner. 711 East
uroaawajr. Council Bluffs.
Phone Douglas 1361. Kit Howard St.
Reed Abstract Co., oldest abstract onto
In Nebraska. I Brandeia Theater.
KEALE A CAMPBELL. 1714 Farnam St.
Electric gas fixtures. Omaha Wrrer Co.
Ideal Cement Co., 17tb and Cuming.
Fucru?. Won A Blind. painting, gecorating.
r ArT vi nilV'T knllAin turnar sl A a
ter board. Arotr. Pup. Co.. IK NlrholM.
3 New Houses
FIRST Six-room, large two-story house.
on & 10th 6L This house Is Just com
pleted. Three rooms and large front hall
on first floor, finished In oak. Three
large bedrooms and bath on second floor.
Full cement basement and good furnace,
lot aSxlJX ft. Paved street and paving
paid. Cement walks In front and around
the house. Price. 13.750; KM cash and
balance same aa rent
SECOND Five-room bungalow, on B.
Bth Ave., north of Martha; I room, all
on on floor, and large back and front
halls. Front hall, living room and dining
room finished in oak. Full basement
cemented. Good furnace. House la new.
Two lota, facing east lOtalW ft We
have been holding this property at COOO,
but have reduced it to UJO.
THIRD Five-room cottage, on Xlh St.
north of Ames Ave.; five rooms, all on
on floor, front hall and bath. Hons Is
about I years old and In good condition.
.Bast front lot 601 ia ft This la a bar
gain at 12,000. Eaah terms,
A. P. Tukey & Son
44I-H5 Board of Trade Bids.
Phone Douglas 1181,
Only One Left
In Beautiful .
Darr Place
Seven-room, strictly modern cottage,
oak finish in ball, parlor and dining
room; has four nice bed rooms, two on
each floor; large kitchen, roomy; ce
mented basement, with sink for laundry
purposes, coal bins; within walking dis
tance. Located in nice neighborhood of
home owners. Easy terms. If Interested
In something very nice ask to see this
property. . . -
D. 15, Ind. A-UML 107-1 MoCagu Bldg.
Hanscom Park Home
At Sacrifice Price
1 , cash and $4 per month, buy an
exceptionally well constructed s
room, 1-story modern house, built
of pressed brick and white pine
lumber; baa quarter sawed whit
... .; mantel and grate In living room;
four attractive bedrooms, stairway
to floored attic; full basement with
three brick partitions; located near
' xm and Paciflo tits. Owner has re-
. moved from city, account of change
In business, and has reduced price
to this figure for quick sale. The
, house could not be built (or any
where near price asked for whole
properly, which la only Ex
rellent buy for on who appreciate
good construction. Key at our of
O il City Nati Hank Bldg.
'Phones I. 7tt or A-17SH.
Tm Tee et r A-
All lUVUbb
U0-S5ot cash, new six-room all modern
home, full two stories and attic; finished
in oak, handy tv car and on easy pay
ments. 16. SO Brand new, one of the beat ar
ranged nouses Imaginable, full living
room across th front, brick fire place;
light dining room with very handsome
buffet built In. bookcases built In; beam
ceilings; complete kitchen' cabinet bult
In; three very good bedrooms and large
attic. Hot water heat. Now nearlng com
pletion; handy to car and good location
In Dundee.
KitO Stucco Bungslow. strictly modern,
seven rooms, well built and best of fin
ish throughout, hot water beat brick
flreplacei built In buffet, bookcases;
panelled dining room. Built for a home,
owner going south. Handy to school and
cars, and high ground.
16.S00-Built last year, very substantial
and completely modern borne on Cass
elt., with living room arrangement; with
additional sun porch and sleeping porch,
both enclosed. Hardwood finish through
out, and all noma decorated. Modern and
complete In every way and conveniently
Get our full Hat In Dundee.
Glover Realty Syndicate,
lH-a City Nstlonal. Doug. M.
Hanscom Park
Bargain, $4,700
Fin location, east front -room mod
ern home; furnace heat fireplace, two
lavatories, five bedrooms, full basement;
lot tux feet; near car line. This can't
be beat and Is bound to be sold at once.
D. V. Sholes Co.,
m City Nstlonal Bank Bldg.
Tel. Douglas 4. Independence A-S04J.
Extra Fine Location
ft 8. fcth Ave.. T room mn& hah,
trlrtly modern, paved mrett all paid.
owmt golnf to California. Piic madt
lor quick talc. lxiundiat pusaeMioo.
11 B, 17th ft.. O round Floor. Bee Bldg.
Modern Cottage
i rooms, pawed street, all assessment
paid. In first-clas repair, nice lot 1
blocks out &; U0O cash. bal. payments.
S3 Omaha Nat Hank.
M CASH and $23 por month will tmjr
you a dandy ar-room cotUnce. modem x
cept beat. Only 2 years otd, arreens and
atorm wtodows. ftOxli) feet eaat front toe
near Amea Ave, Wiil eoosider lot aa pan
payment. Hare ia your opportunity m
veatiat. J.W.BASPCO.,
For Bale- ACRES In Benson. T SO
Discount of I per cent for half cash.
Various fruit and vineyards, ail bear
ing, good e-reorn cottage and out build
ing, cistern, well and perenial springs.
Phone Harney 1401.
Buy Direct From Owner.
Good five-room house, having gaa and
complete hath; within walking distance
of postoffice. Lot 45x146. and a fine piece
to raise chickens. North part of city.
baa Webster wU alltr fern.
Close In Snap
Near 1Mb and Davenport St. It-room
house, all modern, in first-class condi
tion: renting HO per month and water.
Income better than 1 per cent You
v veai 11. investigate at once.
D. V. Sholes Co.
Ml City National Bank Bldg.
Tel. Douglas Independence A-J04.
W' ANTED Offer for home, MS Far
nam street, to be removed.
F. D. WEAD. 1H Farnam.
Buy This Lot
. in Benson
East "a Lot W, Block li
CS.W-BW.W down, balance tit per
month. It Is well located, not far from
car and school; Is oxUS; Just the place
for email nous and good horn. Address
K . Bee.
One cf the few fine corners left. South
and east front, ianre trees, both around
and on the lots. Four lota Will con
sider selling two. Fine location for an
apartment house. Plica, tl.SO per lot.
with all taxes. Including specials (paving
and sewer) paid In full
Benson & Carmichael
H Paxton Block.
NEW bungalow In north nart of dtv.
F. D. WEAD. 1501 Farnam St.
S1 PINKNEY 8T 13.300.
Brand new. never occupied. rooms,
beside bath and den. Strictly modern,
oak finish, full two stories; full cement
basement: sodded yard; furnace heat; ex
ceptionally well built and warm. Phone
owner, Harney UIO. for more Information.
TWO lots In Kenwood addition at re
duced price: eagy terms. Harney till
. 8-ROOM hous near Omaha university,
HSW: x6oo cash; balance monthly.
F. D. WEAD, 1MB Farnam St.
10 Acres in Fruit
ttth and Fowler Are., 10 acres with all
kinds of fruit. Kood t-room house and
other out building. Immodtaia poaaeasloQ,
only 4 niocka from ear.
a 8. Hth St., Ground Floor. Be Bldg.
House, barn, well, cistern; possession
at once.
F. D. WEAD, lW Farnam St
British tellable..
W1U bur for anyone British Colum
bia Farm Lands on uncompleted Qrend
Trunk without commission exespunff per
centage of profits. Larg returns cer
tain, rrang union, fie aomer streev
Vancouver, or Omaha.
IMI.V cash and 130.00 Per month buys
five scree with full-bearing fruit trees In
the I emeus maweu orcnaras at cnico.
California. Payments Include Interest
and taxes. Tour mwaey back If not sat
iMied upon investigation. Tna
orchards are the most noted and pro
ductlve In the wonderful Bacramento val
ley of California, it'a our confluence In
this land that prompts this generous of
fer. Wa've peaches, prunes, almonds.
aprleote and Bartlett pears. Buyers'
railroad rare, not exceeding xzimn. win
be credited on purchaee price. Land ad-
joins the thriving town of Chlco Otww
pop,), ttexerencee: any nana oc inico,
American National bank ot Baa Fran-
olsca and .First National bank of nan
Leandro. Head for valuable Iniormauva
and fact to
Chlco. Ca.
Wi are offering M. and emrra tracts
and upwards located In Columbia county
nar Lake City, Florida, M miles west of
Jacksonville and only M mils from 8t
Augustine.' This property Is Intersected
by three railroads ot national reputation,
which furnish the best service at
reasonable rata to all markets of the
United mates.
The climate la Meal. Fin farms are
now being worked In our tract with
exceptionally good results. Own one of
our farms. Investigate eur alter, bmali
cash payments and easy terms.
Low rates daily. Tickets good until
Jun 1.
(Bales Agents)
MS Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Omaha. Neb.
Traversed by the
Lands adapted to the widest range of
crops. All the money crops ot the south
Dlentlfully produced. For literature treat
ing with this oomlng country, its aotl
cumaie, cnurcn ana acnoui aavaniagejt
General passenger Agent
TWIN FALLS. Idaho, land contract:
essy payments, 40-ecre plots, fun cash;
seme cleared; balance M yeara' time.
George Varnum, tZl Charles But, Denver,
THE easiest way to find a buyer for
your tonn is to insert a small want ad
is tn iMm sioinea capital. Largest cir
culation in the state ot iawa, j.m daily.
The Capital Is read by and believed In
by the standpatters of lows, wao simpiy
refuse to permit any other paper in their
homes. Rates. 1 cent a word a day; u ii
per line per montn; count six ordinary
words to the line. Address Dos Muuies
Ispual. Pes Moines, la.
FOR BALE By owner, ,u acres fruit
and truck farm iwo miles Bioux City, la.;
aood six-room bouse, all necessary build
ings; fltleea-acre orchard; choice, level
land. Price U2 per acre; nan caen; im
provements worth ROM. Maxwell UU
Pleasant St. Dee II tones, ia.
Jsrstcw. '
17.700 acres between Victors and Tem
ples. R. R- runs through land, with ela
tion on land. Price i). cash. Mexico
land Man. Bloomlleid, Neb.
15 ACRES, absolutely the very best
bargain near Omaha' Situated In Sarpy
eoubiy. wltbla ? miles of South Omana
and ts miles of Papilllon; la valley land.
mile rrom new drainage alien; n up
land, gently rolang; the very best of soil;
XxOJS worth of Improvements, consisting
of good, well built i-room house liarge
rooms), good cellar, p'enty of closets,
pantry equipped with rear bins, china
closets, etc; good bam for 14 head, with
haymow for 40 tons; good orcnard. etc
If you want the very best improved and
very best farm you can get without any
exception, for H06 per acre, near Omana,
then take this; cash by March t bal
ance long time.
let me enow yew roe gooas. nng wife
with von. A lern list and a few bar
gains, all terms sad prices: but If you
can handle the above do not overlook It
as you have a chance on this bargain
ai-at cur Kgucssi aak fiuudms-".
FARM bargain near Omaha: possession
given. Orin S. Merrill, UU City Nat l
Bank Bhig. .
t hsve for sale over 10.409 acres of
Cheyenne county. Nebraska'a choicest
farm land, where the crop yielda for 11
veers, including 1910 and 1911. average
mub the best in the state. Alfalfa aiso
a leading crop. Better soil, water and
climate cannot be found. Write for full
information today. Agents wanted vary-where-
... . v Mtaaewsta.
400-ACRB Improved farm In Polk Co..
Minn.. 4i miles northwest Beltrami; l.w
acres under cultivation. Every foot ran
be plowed. Good five-room house; good
barn. Flowing well; good water. Soli as
good as Iowa or Illinois soil. I am the
owner you pay no agent's commission.
W. O. Bock, New Alblii. la
Read What the
Houston Post Says
January 30, 1912.
About Strawberries
Grown on Houston
Suburban Heights.
First Shipment of
Suburban Heights
Strawberries Sell for
$18 Per Crate.
The first strawberries ot
the. 191 season from local
growers put In an appear
ance) In the market raster- -day,
making good Hous
ton's claim ot serving this
delightful dainty to her
guests in the middle ot win
ter. This first lot ot berries
came from Mount Houston, '
a trucking section north ot
the cttjv and sold at th
rats of 1S per crate.
Tbis land Is located ten
miles from Houston, Texas,
on sbell road, and sells for
only $60 per acre, on terms
of 10 down and $10 per
month on ten acres.. Go
with us next Tuesday, Feb
ruary 13.
R. H. Landeryou
423 Board of Trad Bldg., Omaha,
Tel. D. 2161.
Farmers snd land buyers
' all over th country ars
reading Bee want ads every
day and snapping up every
bargain offered.
Rates lVt cents per word
If run only one time, le per
.word If run two or more
time consecutively.
Write and mall your ad
today to steal Estate depart
ment of The Omaha Be.
Results are sure.
, . FARM
ar In th mild, sunny southeast; price
are wonderfully lew: II an acre np-buya
rin rarming or grssing land; Dig profits
from truck br poultry, requiring small
caistal; fortunes In spples and all other
fruits, pecan nuts, alfalfa, etc; live stork,
hogs and dairying pay Immense returns;
no droughts, bllssards. long winters or ex
pensive Irrigation to be ocntrnded With
in the aouilieaat alone the lines of the
flout hem Hallway system. Send for land
prices snd free subscription to th South
ern Field. Address etias. 8. Chase, West
ern Agent Room lit. Chemical Building.
St Louis, Ho.
OMA.4A Property and Nebraska Land
ivll New Omaha Nat'l Bank Building.
1.1 IAN. farms and city brouerty. J. IL
Dumont A Son. 14 Farnam St., Omaha.
WANTED City loans Peters Trust Co.
ucf CITY 1XJAN.S. Uemis-laxlberg,
u llv-U Brandeia Theater.
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith A Co., I22U Farnam St
Ml INKY to loan on business or resi
dence properties, 11 .Otn to VjUU.w. W. U
THOMAS, HO First Nat'l bank Bldg.
Ilw lo 110.00 made promptly. F. IX
Weed, Weed Bldg., ISth and Farnam.
GxUiVIN fcV&St
30 acres cultivated land with no Im
provements; south side Center St, op
posite Field club; cash rent, 6. Don't
bother us unless you hsve the cash.
I acre garden land with a-room house
and barn at 48th and Center 8ta. Good
place tor a gardener. 1W per year.
Harrison & Morton,
si umana national Bank. o. lit
I.v u an or Stanley county. S. L.. land.
If yeii want to sell, .send numbers and
lowest price, W. L. Frost Sloug City, la.
1 handle trades veryw her. It you want
results write or tail uean, ell Bee. D Uwe.
IS your land, city property or mtr-
cbandise for sal or exchange Place It
ahere you will get results with Deering
A Meet HO Scaotoa Bldg., Houston, 'lea
FOH sale or trade. . Largest and best
equipped opera house and picture house
in uoia city, s. u.. ntteu wun every
thing up-to-date and have In eonnef
lion a ball room which more than
uiakea the rent for both rooms. A snap
ir a live man. wui taae si.vju auid
will consider Omaha property. Reason
lor selling, too much other business.
For further particulars writ box U,
Lead City, 8. D.
FOR TRADE 11W acres of timber and
coal land In miles of the oil fie Mis
of Western Virginia; will trsde for good
Omaha commercial propert or buaineas.
Address r u, Bee.
WE desire to barrow tl.ow or S2.W on
gilt-edged security from principal, will
pay per cent interest. Address T zu.
car Bee.
M-hsnd goads. Kleser. WW Center. D. HP.
WANT TO BL'T-Block of merchardls
in country, for cash. Box HI, Omaha.
WANTED-To buy. about Fsbruary JO.
team of young saarea; aao 1 or 1 young
cows. Prefer cows to calve this spring.
E II. Bee.
When you answer give name, age, con
dition of machine or your letter will not
have attention. Address A 122. Bea
ERN 4. or S-room cottage. I have IE
cash and would Ilk to buy from on
who could sU that way, and on about
til or lis monthly payments. 1 am a
young married man and want lo get
rid of the rent paying business. North
part of city preferredT Address, giving
price and location. S 2S. Bee.
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising,
judicious and persistent us of newspaper
WASHING and lron.nx done. T., H. M
EAr'a.itlh.M'ED stenoglapovr wishes a
rvsiUon. witn a firm; sood speller and is
last on the Underwood typewriter. Ad
otees. H HIT. car Be. '
Fliat-Oa. prac.lcal nuras. H MX. A-1C4.
EAPI-.KlrlNCh-D tauBdress. Webstar
HU. ly work. -
MlriDIJC-AQKD. refined widow wanu
positxa aa hotueaerper for a respectable
wiaower, or will take cnarga ot a room-
tng house. Address L 47. bee. .
CurtAUis taunaere. Guaiwnteed. W. b(L
WANTEU Evening clertcal work by ex
perienced young man; university grad
uate: references C Hit Bea
SITVATION wanted by stenographer,
1 years esperience. O 11. care Bee.
WANTrJU Position aa printer; years
experience. Bruce R. Coffman, Fair
bury, Neb. "
PORTION WANTED With reel eatal
and Insurance company by young man
with salesman ability and office experi
ence; ml sin consider out-of-town . po
sition. J 4 Ilea. ,
BILLING clerk, 1 years' experience;
best reference. Douglas Istt.
WOMAN wants position aa dishwasher.
Phone Webster SO.
EXPERIENCED woman wants office
or bachelor apartments to clean. Call
Douglas ra.
PIANIST, sight reader. Call mornings.
room 110, Wellington Hotel.
CASHIER, theater or restaurant
thoroughly experienced, good nferencaa.
W 46. Be-.
WANTED By temperate- trustworthy
reliable man. Janitor work in offlc.
References furnished. Address C U. Bee.
POSITION wanted by experlenoed man
In repairing, rhauffeuring or suts deliv
ery; will furnish security If necessary.
Address Ml Seward St, or 1417 Dodge St
F. J. Rehak.
POSITION by flmt-ciaes steam fitter
and gaa fitter. Seme experience In plumb
ing aiso. With former employer six yeara.
Am a young man, steady and reliable.
No booter. Address F. K. S.. K 8. Ulh
TWO yo'Uig termers, ages ft and 23
years, and old maid sister wsnt steady
work on farm. No bad habits and
good reference If required. What I
your proposition? Write O 44, Bea.
LADY wants dsy work. Wsbsler WW.
YOI'NU man wants Voett ion aa book
keeper, wholesale and branch office ex
perienced. Address E 103, Be.
WEEKS UKA1N CO., grain merchants
Consignments solicited. 7M Brandels.
thip your stock to South Omaha Save
mileage and shrinkage. Tour ontga
airnta receive prompt and careful attaa-
Llv Stack Oasmlaaloa Mereaaata.
Byers Bros. Co. Strong and responsible.
WOOD BROS. S4-M Exchange Bldg.
Great West. Com. Co., Omaha A Denver.
W. R SMITH A SON Just handle sheep.
TA'iO BROS, hsndls cattle, hogs, sheep
Clay. Robinson A Co,. W. Exchange Bid.
Interstate Co. Better results. Ship to ua
CLIFTON Com. Co., tct Exobsnge Bldg.
L. E. ROBERTS A CO., 230 Exch. Bldg.
Cox A Jones Com Co.. bunch of hustlers.
Farmers U 8. Com. Co . SO Exch. Bldg.
Deixslt proceeds ot shipments la Stock
Tsrds Nat'l Bank. Only bank at yards
Martin Bros, A Co.. 103-4 Exoh. Bldg.
bids will b received at th offlc at th
undersigned until noon, Fsbruary Ktb.
A. D. UIZ, for th construction of aa ad
dltional building at th Tubercular hos
pital, Kearney. Nebraska Plan - and
specifications ar an fit at th offlc
of th Secretary of Stata Commissioner
public Lands and Bslldlnga. at lbs Hos
pital, and the ofrte of Burd F. Millar,
Architect Brandeia Theater Building.
ADDISON WAIT, Secretary nf Stute.
T i-ITI.
The annual meeting ot the stockholders
of The Be Publishing company will be
held at the company a office In th Be
building, umana, men., at e wcioca p. m.,
Monday, March 4. wit, for the sleet Ion
of a board of director for th ensuing
year and for th transaction of such other
business aa may properly com befor
ths meeting. ' . .
By order of th president
rd-10t. N. P. FK1U Secretary.
IN1 Notice la hereby given thst th
regular annual meeting of the stock
k.,Mre or the South Piatt land Com
pany will be held at th offlc of aald
Company l wnvum, it u
a m., on th sixth day of March, A. D,
Ult C.,H. MORRILL, Prealdnt
A. B. MINOR. Secretary.
Lincoln. Neb.. February t I!t
Democrats Initrnct Home Com
mitteet to Mais InTeitigition,
Majwrltr Leader
f Hess Mast
O warded
Against Interference Roll
Call Mad Paklla. .
WASHINGTON. Feb. A An invesUga
llon of th "money trust' was ordered
by th democrats of ths hous tn caucus
tonight after the Henri' plan for a spe
cial eommlUss had been defeated. 111 Is
m. Th caucus than Instructed th stand
ing committees of th how on banking
and currency. Judiciary, Interstate com
merce and elections to proceed wllh th
Th democrats adopted th plan offered
by Resresralatlv L'ndsrwood, the ma
jority leader, a a substitute for th spe
cial Urvestliiatlns oommltte asked for
In th .resolution submitted by Repre
sentative Henry of Texas
Sharp criticism ef William I. ' Bryan
for his Ispulatlons that th banking and
currency committee of th nous leaned
toward th financial Interests, and . th
passage of a resolution expressing confi
dence In that commute characterised
the debate. .
A roll call, enforced under a new code,
was mad public after the caucus. Among
those who supported th I'nderwood reso
lution were Speaker Clark,' Chairman
Flugerald of the appropriations commit
tee. Clayton of th Judiciary committee,
Adamaon of ths 'interstate ' commerce
committee. Pujo of th banking and cur
rency .committee and members of those
committees. The Henry resolution was
supported by Representatives Jams of
Kentucky, Burlastnn of Texas, chairman
ot th caucus; Stanley of Kentucky, Moss
of Indiana. Riley of Ulrsrois and th
Bryan democrats of tire house.
The caucus was th. liveliest th demo
crats have had In year and certainly
th most spirited stnos th party has bees
In control of the house. ;
From th beginning there wag a fight
between th Bryan and th anti-Bryan
democrats. - 4 .
Chairman Henry, In urging th appoint
ment of a special eotomitt t Investi
gate ths "money trust,- mad a vehe
ment appeal for Abe adoption of his plan.
Mr. Henry denied be was Inspired by
Mr. Bryan to demand A special commit
tee. He emphasised the Influence ot th
money trust over th capital ot corpora-
f l.n. nllrneAa ewt hanlra end Ma 1.
fluence In national elections and la legis- j
Total Valuation of All City Property
Twenty-Rye Millions.
Job a Healy Attacked ia Street and
Beaten l by Gang ot Teagks
Hlbera tarns Making St. Pat
rick Day Plans.
According to th latest 'report of City
Clerk Frank Good th total valuation of
all .alty property for tn- gear Wl-ll
amounts to X34.K7.t67.t3. Real estate men
In town maintain thst , he showing
would be much belter If a get-tcsrelher
spirit war adopted by th business) men
of South Omaha. Th asm man also say
that th facilities and opnert unities of
fered by th Magie City ar not suffi
ciently advertised to th world.
It ts maintained that It wage earners
could be furnished with Intermatloa re
lating to the chsnce offered to the at
borsr In Sooth Omaha, real estate value
would increase and business would ex
perlence a general Improvement
Healy Attacked.
Becaus h refused to buy a drink for
a halt dosen toughs. John Heary, an sm
ploy of th beef cooling department
at Cudahya packing house, residing at
Thlrty-seoond and C streets, was at
tacked last night In front ot Mlk Dig-
gin' saloon. MS Q street, and beaten un
mercifully about th head and face.
In a halt stupe fled condition Healy
mad hi way horn to Thirty-eeeond and
Q street, where be was found by th
police, who took him to the pollc station,
Dr. A. H. Koeolg who wss summoned
to attend Healy found the Injured man's
head and far a mass of out snd bruises.
Captain John Dworak. who with Otfkar
Joseph Potsch Investigated th matter,
believes that Healy knows th nimss
ot hi assailants, but Is afraid to reveal
th Information to th polios.
St. Patrtekw Day Plans.
Larg and extensive ar th prepara
tions now under way for th proper cele
bration ef St Patrick's dsy by the South
Omaha division of th Ancient Order of
Hibernians. The program of celebration
contemplate a parade that will include
all th Irish societies ot th city and aa
entertainment tn th tvenlng whan Rev.
Fsther Mather of th Sallna, Kan., will
deliver th oration ot th day.
St Patrick's day this year rails en
Sunday and the Ancient Order of Hiber
nians look forward to a magnificent
demonstration In honor of th patroa
saint ot th Green Isle.
At a meeting held Tuesday night Presi
dent J. J. O Donnell stated that th ar
rangements for th celebration were al
most completed. Ia order to Increase the
membership ot the organisation a com
mittee composed of Messrs P. J, Trainer,
Ed Starr and Jerry Hurley wis appointed
to take chart of th campaign.
M Water far Fire,
Becaass of a lack of water supply th
fir department was unable to control
th fir that destroyed th home ot
Frank Smith, 1111 North Thirty-sixth
street, last night at I 'clock.
Two ether houses which adjoin th
Smith residence war saved from th
Qams by th hard work of the flramea,
ho formed a bucket brtgsd and carried
water from wall located two blocks
away from the fir.
, Th hous which was destroyed was
valued at tl,o and Is owned by Jama
McAuley of Albright Smith and hi fam
ily were absent when the fir oocurred
and the firemen ar of the oWnlon that
th bias originated from a defer thr rttsv
When th department arrived oa th
seen It was found that water mala
war located a distance ot six blocks
from th plan and all efforts to save
th building' war useless. Th locality
la rather thickly populated and th reel
dents' have been clamoring for fir pro
tection for years.
' ttstbaeblld to Faew Charge.
Jaks Rothschild, 1717 Q street, secre
tary of the South Omaha Liquor Deal
ers association, wilt have to face charge
befor th Fir and Pollc board for
operating bis saloon on last Sunday. Ac
cording to Mayor P. J. Trainor, who I
ex-offlcio chairman of the board, a com
plaint will be filed against Rothschild
soms Urn today by Chief of Polio Joha
Taste rosy In th mayor's offlo Cap
tain of Pollc Henry Eisteider told of his
visit to the saloon on Sunday a Uttl
after Midday. He said that th saloon
was full of men when b and Captain
Jamas Bheahan entered th place. Hs
says h counted thlrty-nln glissss on
th counter.
Th mayor at first was led to believe
that th saloon was open tn order to
allow llrht to plumbers wh were said
to be work wllhla th pi so. Captain
FJste.. denies that any such work was
going on.
Women Bold to Jary.
Blrdl Price, th n egress arrested for
maintaining a disorderly hous at Mil M
street, wss ordered held for th grand
Jury today.
The Price woman Is one ot a number
who are alleged to conduct a boot legging
joint la th recant raid Tuesday night
beer and liquor wao found In every nook
and cranny ot th building.
Masrta City Oseatlp.
Phone Bell South SS-lnd. F-1SM for a
esse of Jetter Gold Top. Prompt delivery
to any part of the city. William Jetter.
The "old folks' concert company" will
make lta first public appearance in a play
tonight at th First Presbytsrlaa ohurch.
Twenty-third and i street a
Rev. A. B. Spear of Omaha Is filling
the pulpit of th I'nited Preebyiwiaa
church every night Ihls week. Next
week Rev. A. C. Douglas. D. D., ef
Omaha will occupy th pulpit every night
St. Martin's church ebotr will be enter
tained Friday evening by Messrs. H. n.
Cerrilhere and Walter Nltech St th
home of th latter, let North Twenty
second street All members of th choir
ar Invited.
Joseph F. Murphy. Joseph A. Koplets
and L. C. Gibson, appointed last week
to prepare bylaws and rules for th new
South Omaha Real Estate exchange, met
last night at th office of J. IL ILopieta.
Twenty-fourth and M streets.
A aeries of religious meetings win be
conducted at the Swedish Bsptlst church.
Twenty-second between J snd K streets,
every night from February 1 to Is. Stats
Missionary P. Rvder and other prominent
minister will address th meeting. All
Scandinavian people are Invited to the
Lem Kigr of the Greer hotel has
formed s company to take over th man
agement of the hotel, which will be put
upon th old etmsarvatrvs basis of the
Greer managernent Many of the gneata
of the bouse are staid and respectsbl
business men,' who wer altogether un
acquainted with th loose management
of Gtorg Swanbach, wb disappeared
from the place last Sunday night
Beeretarr F. A. fetrvker of th IJv
Stock exchange ha departed for Wash
ington, where he will assist at the bear
ing on the feeder cattle freight rate
which Is to besln befor the interstate
Commerce commission at Washington
next Saturday. Strykor represser ta th
exchange men, who are fighting In In
crease, on feeder cattle rales from If to
14 per eent At pi teem the railroads
nave been oroereo to temporarily sus
pend the schedule Increases o
cattle In th Missouri valley.
I Key to U SttuaUoa-cA Advert'Hlns.
Gibbons Knocks Out
CaslimaE in Fourth
NEW YORK. Feb. fc-Mlks Gibbons ot
St Paul tonight knocked out Young Cash
man, a local welterweight In the fourth
round of a bout at the Empire Athletic
Th fight was to have been a tea-round
affair. Th knockout came after on
minute's boxing la th fourth round, and
was caused by a right swing to th Jaw.
Prevlonsly the westerner bed sent O sh
aven to the canvas for a count of sight
with a left lo the face.
Cash mad was a bunching bag for Gib
bon after th first round. In which he
wss th aggressor. Gibbons started to
work In th second and wllh hard lefts
and rights to face and head brought
blood freely from Ceahmen's nee. He re
peated this la th third and had Cash
man so badly oft that th bell alone saved
him from a knockout
Martin of South Dakota Would
Have Industrial Commission.
Pre vis I en that Corporations of Over
Million Dollars Capitalisation
M set Beware Lteoase and
SahJoot to "egaUllaa.
(From a Staff CorrsepSndent
WASHINGTON, D. C. Feb. S.-(Specla!
Telegram.) Representative Martin of
South Dakota today Introduced a Mil
designed for th regulation of corpora
tions The bill require that all cor
porations having a capltatliattea of 11.-
st0S or mora engaging tn Interstate snd
foreign commerce after January t WI,
must first obtain a Iteans from tn In
dustrial commission created by th act
An Industrial commlaaloa of five mem
bers Is created tn the Department ot Corn
mere and Labor, with equal dignity and
power regard trig th control of Industrial
corporations aa that bald and exercised
by the Inters tats Commerce eommlsstoa
regarding com men camera,
The commissioners ar to be appointed
by th president wllh th advlc and
consent ot th senate, and not more I has
thro commissioners can be appointed
from th same political party. Their
Isrra ot offlc Is to be six years, on
essnmlaaloaer vacating sack year, and
th salary ot th commissioners Is to
be fla.00 per annum. They ars given
fuH power ot Investigation, le subpoena
witnesses and compel testimony, and In
all respects te consider and determine
question within their Jurisdiction, with
In aame foro andarffact aa now sxer
clssd by th Interstate Comroero com
mission la matters of transportation.
Although within - th Department of
Commerce and Labor for matters of eon
vsnleoce and to avoid duplication of
work now authorised to be done by th
bureau ef corporations, the Industrial
commission is. ncvarth!, to be aa
Independent body and will make Its re
ports direct to congress
- Pit Against Monopoly.
Before a corporation can seialn a
iicone to engage in Internets and for
eign commerce It must show to th satis
faction ot th eommlsstoa that It Is not
sver capitalised and that It la not aa
unlawful treat ar combination la viola
tion ot the anti-monopoly law. '
If, after obtaining license, th corpora
tion shall violate the provisions of th
anti-trust laws ot th United States, this
will work a forfsltur of lis right to n
gags la Inlsrstats commerce, which for
feiture must be enforced by th federal
oourta. ' 1
Ths commission Is given authority to
suspend th license of any corporation If
upon Investigation and hearing ft shsll
find that th corporation baa become un
reasonably capitalised or la operating la
violation ef th anti-monopoly laws
It Is mad a saisdemeanor for corpora.
Uona to engage In Interstate commerce
either without a license or during lb
suspension of lleenee, and for such often
th corporation snd Ha officers may be
fined not to exceed 110.000 and Imprisoned
not to exceed one year, in cats of con
tinuing violation, each day shall be
deemed a separala offense.
Annual report ar required ot sack
corporation engaging In Interstate com
mere, covering such matters pertaining
to their operation, capitalisation and
business methods aa the Industrial com
mission may require.
W cetera era at Waahlaatoa.
Senator Brown this morning presented
C. D. Ayr, wtfs and daughter ot Cen
tral City, and Isaac pollard, daughter
and granddaughter of Nehawka, the lat
ter guests of Mrs. W. T. Thompson, wlfs
of SoUsiter Thompson of th treasury, to
President Taft
It L. Hargreave and wife ot Lincoln
are In Washington, guesm of Cotter
Btida '
Jamas Scout ot Kearney Is la Washing
ton, en rente te Virginia, where he Is In
terested tn some real sstata, farming
General J. C. Cowln ot Omaha arrived
la Washington today on matters la th
supreme court
Representative Burke this morning took
Mayor S. S. Stephens and 8. K. Grtgsbury
to the White House snd Introduced them
to th president.
Colonel Beth Bullock of South Dakota
wss among these who called en President
Taft today.
Representative Stephens today Intre
latroduosd a bill providing for th dis
posal ot th unallotted bind en th
Omaha Indian reservation. This Is a
duplicate of a bill introduced la th sea
ate by Senator Brown.
ktra Sloan, wlfs ot th eon areas mas
from th Fourth district and their
youngest son. William, arrive la Wash
ington tonvarrow te remain throughout
the session with Mr: Sloan. They have
taken apartments at th Hots! Dswsy.
CINCINNATI, a. Fekv 1 -(Special
Telegram.) Price Cnrrost says the num
ber ef bog marketed has been Issamid
but Is liberal and contlaues much la
xeen ot the movement a year ago.
Total wss tern packing reached M0
nogs, compared with 7 th preceding
week, and (TMM hogs two weeks ago.
For the us iss ponding Mm last year
the number was MMM and two year
ag was asMo. From November t th
total number was s,71s.s against ?.H.ot
year ago aa Increase ot tat,!) bogs.
Quality has been well maintained and
I generally good. Prominent place
compare as follows from November 1 is
February 7:
. 146.0
. Lies '
, n.u
. Ko.eue
Chicago -
Kansas oty
South jOmahe.
St Louis
SL Joseph ...-..
Indianapolis .. . . MJ.'ao
Milwaukee ....... ... 44S.O0
Cincinnati S7.4
IHrnm ttiL Ttiejei I i ViB
Many Statements that King' with
. Sincerity Are Being Hade.
Fred TMves Talks latereeilasdr s
Subject Affeentlsurr Pabllo sad
Gives Details of Strange
On sensational statement ntter an
other la being mad la connection with
"Tona Vita." th new tonic that M ac
complishing such remarkable results la
Omaha. Mr. Fred Daves ot Florence.
.Neb., and well known In Omaha, had this
te say recently:
"My wife has not been a well woman
for a long time. Her wool sytere seemed
run down and debilitated. She could not
sleep at night and would feel la th
morning as fatigued aa she did upon
going to bed st night. She seldom had
a good appetite. Sometimes ah would
almost fore herself to eat, and ss a re
sult, would suffer misery for hours after
ward. Her- nervous system seemed alt
disordered and her stomach bothered her
continually. I bad procured for her every
remedy I ever heard of and many phy
sicians treated her, without permanent
"I heard ot Tona Vita' and wont to
Omaha and secured a treatment far her.
She Improved from th first do and
now she feel better than eh ha for
year. Tona Vita la certainly max tag a
new woman ef her. Ba eaa now oat
and sleep like she hasn't In years. Her
whole system has been built up and sas
feels twenty years youniren TM k
certainly a wonderful tonic.
'Tona Vita" Is now being Introduced
In Omaha by epeclgllst who can be ound
each day between! th hour of S a at.
and p. m. at Brandels Drug depart
ment. Sixteenth and Douglas streets,
south aide, main floor. '
"A tired, dragging feeling of the
body, a sluggiah mind snd dull memory.
depress! oa of spirits, nervousness, stom
ach trouble. Weak bark, cold feet head
aches and bowel troubles are among the
numerous symptom of a condition from
which thousands are suffering here In
Omaha." said one of these epecialists
yesterday afternoon. Thla nervous, de
bilitated condition." continued he, "la
more common la th larrs eities on ac
count of the terrific strain of modern
Ufa Expertenc hi taught us that M
per osnt of all chronic 111 health la
paused by thla condition. Stomach
trouble, constipation, kidney and llvsr
trouble, bad blood, nervousness, head
ache, dlsHnees, and sven rheumatism.
can be traced t nervous debility.
" Tona Vita' will remove this condi
tion. Thousands ars now using; our
lonie In Omaha and la each and every
case th results ar surprising. W are
receiving scores ot testlmomala from
those who hare been benefited by th
taaJo. Those testimonials come from
men and women ot unquestlonad honesty
and Integrity, whe feel grateful aa a
result of having found a perms Beat
sum of benefit" Adv.
Ntw Methd
Two Sandrad ramaead Wo
Bsppy With This Bsw Kaowledga
Through a Copy of This Kemark.
I able Book. "Weight, BeduotUa
Without Brags1' Isat this
wear lacing nvueeo aa -to
St Velaet
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I Bead This Book at sty arxpeass.
My friends were charitable, and they
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plain bulky fat I waa miserable you.
too, are equally mtrerabl If you ar too
To red nee your "Velght. you most find
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Befor I succeeded, I tried verylkln
withln reason sad some things beend
It was maddening disgusting?
All 1 hsd to do waa to remove the onus,
and I awssr under oath that by my sim
ple method, without drugs, medicine,
harmful exercise or starvation diet, I re
duced my weight 17 pounds In five weeks,
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a etrnpte home treatment even a child
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1 succeeded, because I bad found the
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mit of Pike's Pesk with esse. I could
not do thst until I hsd taken oft 17
pounds of my ponderous weight
Nearly m women asslstanta am neces
ssry tn my offices to assist me lo carry
oa my enormous business, th greatest of
Its kind In th world, as the woadrou
anertt of thla great druglese treatment
makes It la demaud tn ail parts ot the
If you are Interested la your own hsp
plness and health anu figure, you will
permit me to tell ou how to reduce your
weight "Nature's Wsy." I
I hsve printed a fcuuk for you, entitled
"Weight Reduction Without Drugs,
which I am giving awsy without charge,
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my successful method and be able to per
manently reduce your weight any amount
up to 7 pounds, without harmful exarclsa
or starvation diet drugs or medicine.
Send lor my book, "Weight Reduction
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snia sees, beatrai aaa Bids;,
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Bear Wosaaa Sanaa owed for J wry
SPOKANE. Wash- Feb. L-Dorothr
Coatee, a Degrees, summoned for Jury
duty In the superior court hers today,
is hollered to be the first woman of bar
race in the U rated Stats te have the ea
porteauty of serving aa a Jury. 8 so
".IP &o:!derable property bare.