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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, MARCH i 1912.
OFFERED FOB RENT
I .. Hnm tu Csttaac.
CENTRAL, all modern, ttatm heat, t
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RtiGM IUn .nB-n. .1 7Z
s S v,TT7i
. l. UOUglM
KOK Kfc.NT-Cheao. a T-ronm k...a.
i-r arn sno nmnty Bts. call web, g.
FOVR-K00M cottage, gxa aad water.
Harney X29i. B-MTa.
TOR HENT-Lodglng how, M rooms,
W--(B N. Hth St. Apply Win. N. Cham
be is. WB Brandeia Thralsr Bkig., XeL
eOR ft K NT-A Isrse modern residence,
cornr Uth and Pierce; 11 rooms, furnace,
".lectrlc lights; 2 toilets; I5 per month.
MCE (-room cottage, block and a halt
to Farnam car. modern, fit. Key at U
-VJTth St, 'Phone D. ML
FOR RE.N'T-Houso, 303 Curtla Ave..
7-room and bath, partly modern, with
large lawn, fruit, gardeu space, chicken
houses, leas than block from car. Ksy
next door. Phoue Webster UH No not
S-r., city water. "24 Bancroft. $11.
-r., (for colored). lfcj Martha, Hi,
-r . 14 Corby, modern. Ill
S-r., mod. except heat. UM N. Hat. til.
i-r . 3d and Spring. 8
Also others, ta to
Rl'KSEU. McKiTRICK CO..
433 Ramie Bid. Douglaa 867.
&-ROOM cottage, gas and water, near
South Central Bird, Hi. Phone Doug. OW.
re aad Olfieca,
ROOM In Brandela BIdK.. Done git
M'CAGL'E BUILCIXO UTH DO DOB.
Attractive offices rents M to ti aerrlce
complete. APFLT OMAHA IAAX AND
Rl'll-DIKG ASS.V. .
UFt ERU FOR 8 ALB
80ME books, household furniture, for
sale. Phone Web. mm.
JkaaUml 1 a at rm me la.
PIANO for sale, Sua Daren port. Harney
KEKT an Oliver typewriter from the
Oliver Typewriter Co. Douglas SI.
TV PK WRITERS for rent at the low.
est figure ever quoted; three months, V.
Central Typewriter Exchange, 197 Far
mm. Doug. MS.
iYr-hiWlUTKHtl, ALL MAKUdror
rale or rent: largest stock; best bargain,
H. r. 8WA.NSON CO., 114 Farnam at,
omaha. Call or write.
FOR SALE-No. 4 Underwood typo
v rtter; very near new and case and cover.
Address K K0. Omaha Bee.
FOR SALE-Two achoUrshlpa In the
Omaha Commercial college and one la
Movies college. Business otlice, Omaha
I IT It fBOPEkTY FOB tLU
A Desirable Home
2824 Capitol Ave.
Hot Water Heat
This he use has racwptloa ball, telephone
room or den. parlor, dining room, kitchen,
china closet, large pantrv, all on first
floor; four good bedroorna with large
closets and bath on aeoond floor: attic
floored and relied: cemented basement;
subdivided for laundry, vegetables and
coal. The hat water heating plant and
plumbing throughout la first-class aa
houao was built br a plumber for a
home. Largo lot. MxtS ft., with cement
walks, beautiful hedge all around tha
lot aad a number of fruit trees.
This would make soma business or pro
fessional man an excellent home, being
within eaav ratkinr distance of the busi
ness center. Let us show you this house
you will like It. I Tire, gc.aw. Pan cn,
HASTINGS HETDKN. H14 Harney St.
FARM at RAKCH LAXDS FOB SALE
14 acres tn Fillmore county, near
ghkkley. Neb.; worth II per acre. Price
for Short time Slw per acre.
jo -. ihM mftea from Broken Bow,
uter Muntv. Nebraska: only IS) per
acre. Good improved farm. Best Snap
on the market.
UKTHS HEAL ESTATK CO..
M-4U Karbach Block. Omaha, Neb.
This la a well built house, his 4 rooms
on first floor. 3 bedrooms and batn on
second floor. Is la good condition and tn
Mrst-olas ahano and a good Iocs.
tun; has large lot. with lota of fruit
trees and shrubbery: on paved street;
haa ettv water, sewer and gas. The
owner of this property lives In Washing
ton and Is anxious to make a saie at
once and haa reduced tho price to Its
House Is now vacant and ready to move
K14 Harasy St.
BUY from owner, a-roota bungalow tor
M. R. RAXDALL.
411 Popplston Ave. Harney W,
GOOD HOME CHEAP.
n K. zth St., flno 4-room. stone house,
sll modern, large rooma, full basement.
finished la birch; built years sgo; cost
at MO: lot Mxlls: nice yard. Must raise
money and will sacrifice at i.0U0
easn. Res owner in no use."
OWNER WILL SELL NEW HOWE IN
KOCNTZB PLACE: rooms and bath,
llvlna room, dining room, kltcbea. Dan try
and roar vestibule down stairs; three bed
rooms and bath upstairs, down stairs
finished in oak, largo paneled window
seat. nrepiace, run oaaement wtin
laundry, furnace. Can bo bought, part
cash, balance on payments. Pbon O. Ilia,
bunaay Webster .
FOR SALE Anyone desiring second'
hind bank fixtures would da welt to
orrespond with or telephone City Na
tional oana, umana.
FOR SALE 2&-1I. P. Jewell engine;
rwvH. P. boiler. Bluff City Laundry,
Council Blufrs. la.
LUlpu Inverted gee lamps with
.iJUAO crystal reflector globes and
rlMlghtrr delivered for ftou, JOHN
SON LAMP CO., ell 8.14th; D. 17: A-144a,
FOR BALK New and aeeond-hand
carom and pocket billiard tables and
bowling alleys and accessories:, bar fix
tures of ail kinds; easy payments. The
Uruniwlck-Balke-Lollaador Uo etfl-ow m.
f . 1111 bAAn.KsMl Huat Mfri.MlW.
nenry uisnis, owtot, pw.
Coal" for atove or furnace. Try It.
narmoa m eetn. " wter vie.
SAf KM-Overstocked with second-band
safes, ail sites and makes; bargains,
. i I, . . I .. 11 1A 1.. mm M. tit
...... - ......k.. . na Hiu.'uiin. net
DV. I 'l It. ei. wui'
FOR PALE Thros pool tables, new
cloth, first-class condition, $SA Call
ilarny )1 " '
Cinders tor sale, cheap. Pboae Web, ejus.
NATIONAL cash register, slx.olerk
keys, complete record fur eaoh clerk;
Kfgisters lc to Pm.m. A bairain. C. V.
smith. 1811 Farnam 8t.
:D SAFES. PERIOHT, 1U ramam St.
FOR BAL-Cheap, for cash; largo
double roller top desk.
HASTINUS et HEYUKN, 1414 Harney St.
13-DAY BLOOD KEMEST.
Gladlsh Pharmacy, Uth and Dodge.
LIEBFN. mask suits to hire. 1114 How a.
aiasssgs, Rlttenhouae, aw' Old Boston Bid.
Wt rent and renal' all kinds of sew.
tag machines. Ind. A-lvM. Douglsa IM
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO..
uth ana Hamsy sta.
' TOUNO women coming to Omaha as
strangers are Invited to visit ths loung
Women's Christian association building at
Seventeenth and St. Mary's Ave., wnere
they will be directed to suitable boarding
places, or otherwise assisted. Look for
our travelers sjo at me v
Momsch trouble, poor elruculatlon. Kara
ten Toneeth. graduate from Sweden. 403
Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Uoug. T186.
LOST HEIR Chariea Longren. at one
time of Grand Island, last heard of In
Oreeley, Colo. Send all Information to
i M. LI. Aroogasi, uisnn iiw". nw.
of Chicago. 1 S. nth 8t-. 1st floor. D. Mai.
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits cast
off clothing; In fact anything you do not
need. We collect, repair and eell at 114
N 11th St., for coat of collection, to the
worthy poor. Phone Douglas 41S sod
wagons win can. t
Vf 1 A H.V Swedish movement. Apt
llAt3tAjti. i is rarnam. O. Ha
JWnTSW massage, vibrator aad
O CAJLOX1 jedieto, troatmesta, Mrs.
Snyder. MO Bee Bldg. Red
Vital massage. Anna Fisher. 4D1 Ware oik."
poolng. Scalp treatments a specialty for
ladles and men. Mrs. Pierce. S41 Fsr.
.formerly of Woad Bldg.) tL !. lad.
( ejej inp TrestmenL Mrs. Stsele,
MAOftAUti uodg. Ground floor.
WANTED 304 bald-headed parties to
contract with ua to grow Mr hair anew.
Pnos 111: no hair, no pay. Harney
St.. M. O. H. R. Co. -
BEBT bracer for men. Gray's Nerve
Food pills. i per boa. postpaid. B henna
A McConnell Drug Co.. Omana. Keb.
POCI-TBir AND PBT STOCK
tud brooders means every egg a chick;
u.t price saved on first hatch; 4 days
:-ee trial: catalog free. Leahy Mfg. Co.,
jrai s. uth.
inO full-blooded French poodle pups
for sale cheap. Itll Dougiaa street. -
EGGS for hatching from the Brandela
Farm. Thoroughbred 8. C White Leg
horns. Utility stock. $l-M setting or
4 per 149. Exhibition or show stock, a to
i a setting. Write for catalogue. Address
A. D. Brandela. Omaha. Tel. Benson 170s,
THOROUGH HRED Hulf Orpington
egga See my fin stock. South WX.
iHil'aAl'11 vf 1IIL&
Keed Abstract C . oldest abstract otScs
:n Nebraska. Hrssjieia Theater.
:sr.Al.E a CAMPHKLU P14 Farnam St.
" MtlLUskHS LSFVHMATIOII.
Elertilc gas fixtures. Omsha Silver Co.
Ideal tenant Co. I7lh and Cuming
l uchs. -a Biin-1. painting, decorating.
ROOFINGS. peJnla. building papers.
, Amer. sup t
ELL UIXKlnx. f Grossman. ISM N. 14th.
FOR S.VI.E-B- wwnor. -rse cottage,
has gas. sMctrto light, turn see. cement
slks around bouse, brVh walk In front
l en be bought on asy terms. Apply at
owner, f.it N. 4Id St.
: L 1 T .' . . Itrm Ln-a
iuWM. on SJd and rraseis, A. A.
k'uray. Slstloa 11. Harney .
2 Leave worth St
Cottages, I rooms and bath la one,
T rooms and bath In other. Rent pay
well on pries, besides chance for In
crease la grounrd. All special pKL
U.eos cash will do, balance monthly.
O'Keefe Real Estate Co.,
114 Omaha Nail anal Bank Bldg.
Phones Douglas tug. Independent A-tltt,
Rvanlngs Hsrnoy 4t or Harney IIKs
Nino-room all modern noose, near
Craightop college and high school; south
front lo; paved street. One-half b.ock
to Harney car lino; fins shade trees and
high, sightly location. Must be sold at
George it Company,
MB City National Bank Bldg.
Phones Douglas n. Independent A-17M.
KM DOWN, balance easy terms, will
buy my boms at al24 N. Bd, six rooms
with large reception hall; mahogany fin
ish downstairs, white enamsi upstairs.
Call owner, W. aM.
8TOP PATINO RENT.
tM cash, t monthly, buys ' 4-room,
strictly modem, oak finished homo, full
two atorles, near new Omaha lTnlverslty.
oomplets every way. Price, KMO. Phone
owner. Hartley 1,
I will sell toe choUsist building kM la
ths Haascom Park district upon the
moat favorable terras that could be de
sired If you contemplate build lag this
spring, better sss roe aeon. Let located
northwest corner ttd and Arbor. Tele-
Kuns Harney 1244 or South ill. William
. Oouid. Ir
FOR SALE Lot 137 ralrfaa addition; a
nap If taken at once. Inquire HM Bahlor.
LOT for sals cheap; North fith SL,
South Omaha. D. A. Lannlnf, Psrry, la,
Moat artistic and uniform residence dis
trict of Omaha. Few vacant lota left.
H.M to 1. MX). Streets paved and parked.
Payable 1-1 cash, balance monthly. W III
build to suit on aams terms or win as
vano east of houss and build yourself.
The Paxton Real Relate Co., M Were UK.
REAL ESTATK .
FARM 4) m"cit LAND rOR SAL
FOR SALaV-Oiolce valley farms la
tracts et 14 to 440 acres, within 1 to I
miles from ths towns along the Oraad
Trunk Pacific Railway In Central British
Columbia. Also Skeena Valley Fruit
Farina In H-acr tracts. Send for free
booklet Call or writ B. Meyel, District
Balea Agent. U Paxtoa Bldg., Oosaha,
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA
Traversed by tha'
ATLANTA, BIRMINGHAM - ATLA.N
Lands adapted to too widest range of
erona All tlie snonsy crepe of the soota
plentifully produoed. ror literature treat
ing wiio iw eiwiu, wj.
climats, church sad scsool ad
W. H. LEAHY. DEPT. K.
General paaaangsr Ageab
THT. essiest war ta rmd a buyer for
year term to Insert a small want ad
m tha Pes Motaea Capital. Largest cir
culation la the stats et Iowa, ti,e daiiy.
The Capital la read by and believed Is
by the standpatters of Iowa, was auxtpiy
afuea la permit any at her paper la men
homes. Rates. 1 cent a word a dsy; U-H
par no per mow in; sosai six sranary,
worse to to lino. Aodreas IMS Mulues
Capital. D Motnos. la.
j , Miausewsta.
MrVKESOTA IMPROVED FARMS
In SHERBL'RNE and adjoining counties.
We have a large number of choice, well Ira
oroved farms near good towns and only
a abort distance from Mlnneapolla at
let to PJ per acre. These farms are
adapted for diversified farming, and in
the corn Beit, uet a I arm wnere rainrau
i abundant and crop failures- are un
known. For full particulars write Fsl
laod Realty Company, HI Palao Bldg,
best fruit land .In famous Vmnqua val
ley Oregon, M) per acre. Call or write
ess r. ena r. -wa, wiiw. wj n.
FOR SALE tw) acres Irrigated land
viik mmi wstee rlrht and well Improved:
two miles from county seaL lie per acre,
essy terms. Address P. a Box Hi. Tor-
rartnar and land buyers
all over the country are
reading Bee want ade every
day and anappiag up every
Ratea lse ceuls per word
If run only one time, lc per
word It run two or mora
Write and mall your ad
today to Meal Kstate depart
wieai ef The Oman, ilea,
itesults are aura
KKAL ESTATE FOR RENT.
Fares sad Haaeli Laad.
lftVACRS farm I miles northwest of
Florence and north of Irving ton. Rent
tM a year.
THE BYRON REED CO..
Doug. 7. Ht 8, 17th.
FOR HENT-K9 acres of the best land
in northwest Missouri, all plow land; will
rent for I years, cash rent; teems and
tools It wanted. Rout i, Box , Gra
REAL ESTATE LOANS
OMAHA property and Nebraska lands.
O KKKFE HEAL ESTATE" CO..
Wit New Omaha Nat'l Bank Building.
WANTBD City loans. Peters Trust Co.
'O klA.lt tlrsnrieia Theater.
WANTED City loans and warranta
W. Farnam Smith Co.. in) Farnam St.
MONEY to loan on business sr resi
dence properties, r.000 to ltm,M. W. H.
THOMAS. KS First Nati Bank Bldg.
Iiul to lio.uoo made promptly. F. IX
Wead. Weed Bldg.. Uth and Farnam.
O A R.VTXT UROS ?" .a UP-
Omaha Nat l Bank
LOANS Farms and city property. J.
H. Dumont ft Son, list Farnam St.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
I handle trades everywhere, if you want
results call Dean, 41! Bee Bldg. I. 16.
el Al'RKH Lake Co.. tOre.l land for va
cant lot In Omaha. W. Wagner, ml N. Mm
WILL exchange Improved R0 acres, 4
miles northesst ut Culberson, Neb., for
ssuif MiiUnM In tiiAi. ur Lincoln. If
locstlon Is sultsble. Box lte. Shelby. Ncb.
FOR SALE OK RENT.
Peel hall, barber shoo In connection do
ing good business Will take team of
mares aa part payment. A. Nlelaon, 111
North istn street.
THE MlSdOl'RI PACIFIC RAILWAY
COM PAS Y. ,
Notice Is hereby given that ths annual
meeting of the stockholders of The Mis
souri Pactfte Railway Company will be
held at the general ornr ol the company
In the city of 8t. Louts. Missouri, on
Tuesday. March lMh. Uli at nine o'clock
a. ro . for tho election of thirteen direc
tor for the ensuing year and for the
transaction of auch other btudncea as
may come before said meeting. Ths an
nual meeting of the directors will be held
at the same office on the same day at
12 o'clock noon. The transfer books will
be rtoeed on Tuesday. February th. 11J.
at three o'clock p. m., and will be re
opened on Wednesday. March Uth, 111.
at ten o'clock n. m.
THE MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
Bv B. F. Bl SH. President
A. H. CALEF. Secretary.
New York. January Mb, IMS. MM1M
NOTICB OF STOCKHOLPERS MEET
ING Notice hereby given that the
regular annual meeting of the stock
holders of the South Platte Land Cos.
pany wUI be held st the office of said
company at Lincoln, Neb., at 11 e clock
a. in , ob tho sixth day of March, A. U,
C. If. MORRILL, President.
A. B. MINOR, Secretary.
Lincoln. Neu.. Februars- i. ua
RAILWAT TfMK CARD
UKIOM STATION Team aad Ma
sss rrss. wmsn .w w b t:m set
CUss 41 lssee fast SUU....S tat set e I S) r
AlUntle ajsrees. s I t sjb
Oretoe Cxress sll h sm s t IS pei
. I 'KM-S Bl-rSl M all.
i. iwid m Tn i n -a.
Cnusslsl suts Paiitsl ell Mest sltrSia
merses axsreBi a m m ei i-tes
Orrrn-Wuslssle Uwues...eU aa IM
V.rih eiatla laal SI:IISB1 S 4 M Hi
Rrsn4 Itltli Lend .....a I It pel SIS S eel
tneMSef leesi. eu:u pei etas pa
Chicago, Rsck Island et Psaclfle
Rerkr MsssUte alsiKei. V. sw, SI sa.
Olcsss Ul rsasHMjer sw 1.1 IS pa
rsiru. I mi, karM 4 U Sal s 4 Sa
let lei. Horses :
Pal Melaei usual r , ew
CklMse-Nsbeuaa LUs'" t ss
CkWc--se. IM liNeli.e U P.
,iev,p" - ' r
o-uagae a Teiei uiess,...s IS4 em su it t
. . .... -IS ,T Bam. -!..-
Heekf atoesiBie sww
laaM-a. Leets grneat J 4 pei tl
IUII ss4 Sipnas " 1 11 it set
uibarrr leoal Ursel C l et PW slfia est
k. C. - keels Xspras. l t asl t pa
X. C. a It. lamia Sspiwa..eU:U set 1 1 M pa
Chleaas. Mllwsake et St. Paul
OvwasS UaUlei. s 1 M pa st tssa
asm laesl e 4 sa til SI pa
Oilsiaee kJl-aa... '( s I B pa
Celersee aeatial.....' s a sa
a - - w . aa
FOR EXCHANGE Good Mahty acre
In Polk county, Nebraska, for a.tNt reel,
dene or suburban acreaae. Addrsss, IM
Little Bldg., Lincoln, Neb.
LM'DnOtr lea rwr.es- f.te- ssexlaWt at n1 II mil Bed)
prty MUlns jun u via jMeaiirrui3n.
Hhth maun. Mtsa Ann 3L IUmm, Coiui-
PIUVATELY conductpd rJlrn loura
faa uaiiwet urnenn rtlirl fleT 1 hsk UrnlTiar
month: UmlttHl number; Mict. Fof
pvrtlcular dail MIm IS. hi. O.. Ml City
Uf.VTk'll .a rmwtt BfBHK 1 aTBJn OP
dairy tarm, tnts Stale, IW 1 ew avre
en shares; I to 1-year lease; no sand or
win, lands Writs today. A. Nellsan,
MS H. Hermitage avenue, Chicago, ill.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO HI'Y
I to S-r. hlKhclas residence property.
Peters Trust Company.
!3 Farnam St.
.,. . v II U -n.ln,' IO.Ia-
nAniRi-w or i ... I'
ll, J I . ......Mr., ,.nMlrtT. Huff CltV
laundry, vuuiivii pmi.w. am-
urivrirn . n ..IH Kroaen watches
M. .Nathan, us utn nt
Id-hand goods. Kleaer. 10 Center. D. UHi.
W ANTED TO BORROW
WANTbiii i&uuo st 4 tier cent: first
mortgage on property worth !.: In
come of 11 .000 a year will be a "signed if
desired. Address Y 2ft. Bee.
i n jiU k'li wnmiji desires uosltion as
dishwasher. I' none yyeti. ijj-
W ASHING and Ironing done. T-. H. Mat-
Curtains laundered. Otiaranleed. W. KO.
viil-sil man with experience and good
habits wants josltion on farm or dairy.
G 351. Omaha Bee.
WAN'I KO uv young lady of refine
ment, dot It Ion sa housekeeper: dty pr-
lerreO. Adorees 1 care nee.
vXfuRlt-NCk.U Doner wants position.
VlU'Nll man wants steady work on a
farm; good worker; references. H. Hi. Bee.
TOtJNO boy sbout U years, wanta light
outdoor work, small wages. 474 Branaleis
Bldg. Doug. U3.
IV3CP.-.H1ILNC1-.D fount Ladv wanta po
sition as cashier In hotel or cafe, best of
references Phone H.ack 1614.
HAAU u IKJI , oy ffiev wr ., -ma.,
and Iruned. eve dot . rough dry, 2tz Doug.
grapher; wpuld' like position; good refer
ence, n sa"i, nee.
YOL'NO lady desires position In office,
illlnet to start with small salary. Refer
ences. Phone Webster aoTfc
LADY wants position aa dish washer.
B. JIT. 1& CallfornlA'
Flrst-ciasa. practical nurse. H 10. A-SK4
Bundle washing at 115 S. th. Tyler IW.
LITE STOCK MARKET Or WEST
141 acre la Roseau County, Northwestern
Minnesota, m acres la field, zs acres
meadows, baiaace brxish aad small trees,
acres fenced for pasture, small bo use,
barn, chicken coop and well. I miles from
town on good graded road and school
houss across the rood from house. Price.
13 per acre. Write to owner, Andrew
Brandt, J wan asta Bt- Minneapolis.
TWO Joining l sere hemeetead relln-
inshments. center of trrtgrted tract, doss
to town, est seen. Address owner. Box
1U. Valler, Mont
U.m win btry tn txset M-acra hsma.
toad a Nebraeka; partly improved.
writs tew, t ax. ttoiimaa,
nnurrrrin ees , .
for Hit, tiling fees and aiL Na saad bill.
J. A. Tracy. Kimball. Neb.
BUT LAND: S-so farm morta-aae from
first hands. W can please you. The
weipwB investment Co.. ogaiiaia. Neb.
14 ACRES: U acres In cultivation, at
pasture: fenced; fair Improvements; g
miles to railroad town: near achooL
Plies. ST. per acre. Wax. smith. Well.
BUT direct troen swaer. 4a) acres, well
Improved farm, ta Ear acre. J oh jeait
Lodg Pole, Neb.
Shin vour stock to South Omaha. Save
MiMii nd shrink. Your oonaian-
menta receive prompt ana carciui at ten
t,lva Stock Cssssslsslsst MerrhaBta.
Bvera Bros eV Co. Strong and responsible.
WOOD BROS.. 34-S Exchange Bldg.
Great West. Com. Co., Omaha A Denver.
W. R. SMITH SON Just handle sheep.
TAGG BROS, handle cattle, hogs, sheep.
Clay, Koblnson A Co., too Exchange Bldg.
Interstate Co. Better results Ship to us.
CLIFTON Com Co.. m Exchange Bldg.
L. E. ROBERTS A CO.. 22 Exch. Bldg.
Cox A Jones Com. Co., bunch of hustlers.
Farmers L. a Com. Co., X Excb." BldgT
Deposit proceeds ef shlpmenu la Stock
Yards is at I Bank, oniy nana at yaraa
Martin Bros. A Co., MM Each. Bldg.
OMAHA, THE GRAIN MARKET
WEEKS GRAIN CO., grain merchant.
Cooslgnmeou solicited. 73 Brandela.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
sf Ths Bee Publishing company will be
held at the company's office In tha Be
building, Omaha, Neb., at I o'clock p. to..
Ilonday. March 4. Oli, for the election
of a board of directors for tha easuing
year aad for the transaction of auch other
business aa may properly earn baton
By order of the prerldent.
Ftd-Mt. M. P. fill.
h leasts Great Wear
Tele Lir Uadlet I at pa
Tela CUr S'llia, a i:a aa
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Coiiimend Omaha Boy
For Bravery in Navy
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, D. C. llrch L-(r pe
dal Telegram.) In letter to Senator
Hitchcock today Secretary of tha Navy
Meyer commends David C. Patterson,
on of D. C. Patterson, an Omaha at
torney, for signal ability displayed when
tha vessel Dixie, of ths I'nlted States
Navy, sprung a leak In Pad Do s atera.
Tn letter stales that Ensign Patterson
In this "serious emergency showed officer-like
qualities deserving of highest
praises" Patterson stopped the leak
tbst was flooding the engine and flreroora
JURY IS CONSIDERING CASE
ABOUT KILLING OF GREEK
OGALLALA, Nb.. March L (Special
Telegram.) Judge Grime tmiae
a Jury the case of the state against Nick
Angelinas for the kllfin nf P aib.
daras at Roaco on August a, lill. County
Attarney Devoe, assisted by Judge Hast
ings of Grant, for the state, prosecuted.
"Mia Attorney noma or Denver and Wes
ley Wilcox of North Platte repRseoted
ths defense. Most ef the writna
O reeks, aa interpreter being necessary.
Ths main facta aa bmurht mi, iw ....
eyidenoe showed Blckadaras to havs been
tne aggraaeor; that he came after Angel
inas with an angle bar in his hand- ..,
he threw the bar, but did not hit Angel
inas, who then fired tho shot which killed
Slckadaras. Ths evidence waa conflicting
on tnia, part or which went to snow that
Slckadaras did not throw the bar at the
defendant, but that he laid the k,, ,..
wbea ha aaw ths gun In ths bands of the
aelcnoant and tried to get away.
CORN TRAINSMQ UP TRIPS
Setarnisff Lecturer Sty SenUtt
Eire Been Mott GraUfying'.
FAaHXES ASE A6X TO LEASH
Expert rrrrlare) that While They
Psemd Caaelderabls taeed Cera,
It Is Nat Safe to Pleat
Aay Wlthaat Testlag.
Th Northwestero sred corn special
returned to Omaha Thursday at 7
o'clock having filled sll tchec'vl Mope
and having bad an attendance ot T.ono
people at tho thirty-five town at which
seventy-fix's separate lector were
given. Eighty per cent of the people
who attended these lectures were farm
era, the remaining n per cent being
business men and school children.
"We made a whirlwind finish today,"
aald F. O. Odeil of Lincoln. "At W liner
and West Point four speaker were
lecturing st once. At sll the stops both
lecture car aad the welting room ot
the stations were crowded with eager
"This seed corn campaign I the great
est In history from the agriculture
standpoint," said Mr. Ode 11, "and haa
been on of tho most successful and
beneficial. At the close ef next week
I figure that . farmers la the stats
will have heard tha true doctrine ot
The seed corn In Knox and Boyd
counties was found to be vary good. The
corn In Camming. Dodss, Washington
and the western part of Douglas counties
was fairly good. The experts on the
different traina who hare tested this
corn say that 90 per cent ot tha seed
corn In ths stats I of excellent utility.
There will be a sufficient supply of good
seed corn In tlie Mat thl year without
the farmers having to go out of th state
to buy It.
"The atate never had better prospects
for a bumper crop than thl year." aald
Mr. OdelL "Th condition were never
more favors We. I don't know whea th
oil bai been In such excellent con
dition, and unless come ttnforea calam
ity sets in before fall tha com crop la
th stats will b th best and Is nest la
CALLAWAT. Neb.. March L (Special
Telegram.) Th seed corn nactl waa
met by a large number of farmers and
business men. Th train I In charts of
H. J. Gramllch ot South Omaha, with K.
P. Brown of Davsy a speaker. Sixteen
town were visited by th train today,
with an attendanc ot 1,40a. Superin
tendent J. P. Carey of th Union Pacific
Is with th train.
Trig) Threagh Otse.
NEBRASKA CITY. Neb.. March 1.-
Special Telegram. )-Th Burlington feed
corn special mads a very successful trip
through Oto eounty yesterday, arriving
In Nebraska City a tlma, with Deaa
Burnett tn charge. Tha road were al
most Impassable on account of th ex
treme heavy fall ot snow, but th farm
ers turned ut la a large number. At
Bennett th number la attendanc was
X Palmyra, 121; Unadllla, 140: Syracua.
IW; Dunbar. 170; Nebraska City, about
IM.' Dsaa Burnett waa In charge her
and several addresses were made.
nt Crowds la Nsjekslla.
CHESTER. Neb., March L (Special Tel
egram.) To seed earn special wag met
at Superior by over IM farmer and ohout
ality boy from th high school. Vary
clos attention was given th lecture
ther. At Nlon mora than MS people
hd gathered. Th Cltlaarur Canst hand
was at th depot.
Superintendent Thompson ot th oity
schools brought M( ntlr high school to
attsnd th lectures. .
At Hardy all the Mora closed their
doors ind a crowd of 109, Inoiudlng M
school cuud re it. gave th (pedsl n
thutlsitlo welcome. iTh Commercial
club of Hardy turn la bed dlnocr ft" to
At Byron fully 100 farmers gathirsd to
listen to tha lectures. Here th Sunday
bllxxerd was (specially see era No
wagons bad com to th town all week.
At every station th impel of good seed
waa pressed. very speaker emphsslxing
th necessity of selecting eed com a
near home a possible be ox use corn from
Iowa, Illinois and Ohio ha been' raised
under different cllmailo soil aad molstsr
conditions and conasqusntly I not
adapted to Nebraska condition. Even
corn raised In eastern Nebraska la not so
well suited for planting (a wee tent Ne
braska. Corn that was matured In IM
day with warm day and nights and
thirty Inches of rainfall will not do well
when planted where there are but 14 day
of growing weather with days warm and
night cool and only sixteen Inches ot
Tha reassA why the I'll com Is not good
seed was explained by all tha speaker
at (very point, which waa enthusiastically
received by all the farmers bscauss It
was a question which they did not under
stand. It I because they have been breed.
Ing th large full ear of corn and It
take longer for them to mature, brae
th germ was frocen before corn matured.
It was explained that ther was plenty
of good need In practically every corn
crib If farmer would take th trouble to
find tt. Th small oar which matured
before th frost cam are th ears to se
lect for seed.
Tn university men all condemned th
chart tent out by the Crop Improvement
company issued by tha Chicago Board ot
Trad as being misleading aod untrue te
tacts. This bulletin, they aald, waa com
piled by someone who did not know th
tacts and was not to be relied on.
Th Burlington haa arranged to extend
tho schedule for Saturday, running from
Lincoln to Blue Hill.
HEBRON, Neb.. March L-(8pedal Tel
egram.) Tlvo Burlington seed corn apo
dal thl afternoon was greeted by M
farmer and business men. This being tha
last stop for ths day, th speaker took
th full time allotted to them In giving
th lecture. Fully i,M people have beard
these lecturers today and farmers gen
erally are preparing to take proper herd
ot their admonitions.
RIOT I DEMO COT! VR.1TIOT4
Slxteeatk Oh I Divides Over Har-
aaoa aad Bryan.
SEUBENvILLB 0.. March L-A con
ference called here today to Indicate a
preference of democrats of th Sixteenth
district for delegates to the Baltimore
convention broke up In a riot aad two
convention were held.
The first convention elected J. IL Mc-
Ke of Steubenvllie. chairman, and
Oeorge Cook of Martina Perry, secretary.
Resolution pledging tho two delegates
from tho Sixteenth district to support
Governor Harmons presidential cgndl
dacy wers adopted. 1
Resolutions endorsing William Jennings
Bryan and opposing the nomination of
Governor Harmon were adopted by a
rival convention,, which was presided over
by J. M. Duval! of Monroe county.
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