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THE BKE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, MARCH 8. 101,1.
I'OUI.TIIY AND Sl'I't'MKS
SINGLh Comb White Leghorn eggs;
.1'??y str5l"' ,l 3B P setting. Jjob
White Farm. 47OT Ames Ave. Omaha.
From thoroughbred n. C nhode Iil&nJ
Reds; vigorous, hardy stock; great Ur.
rs: country range: t ?3r $5 per 10
A- P.AKEIt. 'Benaon. Neh.
n. F. D. No. tj Tel. Benon M7-t.
,,K,9R S,ALK--turkey toms, $5 aiul
GV?ALs.Mne.I'ee,and' I'ouds-Leando, la.
ROSh comb brown leghorn eggs, care
ful selecting and matlnK. 16, 75c ; 1D0. $5.00.
Olgq .Hayek. Llnwood. Neb.
REAL EBTATK LOANS
LOANS on farms and Improved city
property, 5, and 6 per oont; no deluy.
J H Dumont & Co,, 1C03 Farnnm St.
MONEY to loan on business or rati
dence properties, $1,000 to $500,000.
v. it. iiimiAti, rzs state Bank mag.
WANTED City loana. Peters Trust Co.
tOW HATES LIBERAL OPTIONS
QUICK AND SATISFACTORY
Loans on Business Blocks and Choice
Residence Properties a Specialty.
FIRST TRUST COMPANY OF OMAHA-
MONEY on hand at lowest rates for
loans on Neb. farms and Omaha city
Property In any amount. H. W. BINDER.
SO9-S10 City National Bank Bldg.
HARIUSON & MORTON, 916 Om. Nat.
(tARVTM TiROS Loans $W0 and up.
VliVIV V JilVUO. 0m(Um Nat'l Bant
WANTED City loans .nd warrants.
W. Far nam Smith & Co., 1130 Farnam SL
PITT J rtk MQ I3.ml..nfl,lh-,r CVv .
JIM to $10,000 made promptly. F. D.
Wead. Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam.
OMAHA homes. East NeDrask farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha National. Douglas 2715.
LARGE loans our specialty. Stull Bros.
$1,000 to loan on residence property worth
fl.&Oi' at 6 per cent for five years.
HASTINGS & IIBYDBN.
1614 Harney. Tel. D. 1006.
JUIS'I ItAU'l'.S Of 'I'l l' UK.
REED Abstract Co.. oldest abstract ot
Bern In Nebraska. 206 Brandels Theater.
CITY l'ltOPCHTY FOR SALI3.
One-Tenth Cash, Balance
1540 South 125th Ave., $3,700
6 rooms, parlor, dining room, vestibule,
and den, all finished In oak; kitchen and
upstairs In best grade yellow pine. Two
largo bedrooms and bath. Downstairs
den has clothes closet; can be used for
bedroom If desired. Full foundation, ce
mented collar; sidewalk; $370 cash, $37 a
154G South 25th Ave, -$300
5-room bungalow; oak In two roorris,
rest- of house finished In yellow pine:
bath room opens Into a little hall leading
into bbth bedrooms. Largo bullt-ln cup
board In kitchen; Icebox room, large col
lar, furnace, cemented sidewalks, yard
soddod. Ready to move into; $320 cosh, $32
HASTINGS & HBYDEN. 1614 Harney SU
Your real esta'tc, list It wfth us. Phone
Tyler 1024 and one of our salesmen will
call on you and talk over tho matter of
selling your property. We will have many
buyers for all kinds of property this
spring, so .list your property with us now.
0 'NIELL'S R. E. & INS.
1505 Farnam St.
Brick and stucco, 9 rooms, finished In
quarter sawed oak; beamed ceilings; large
living room with old fashioned flreplaco
built of brown stone; sun room; break
fast, room and buffet kitchen; four fine
bedrooms finished In white enamel; tile
bathroom; largo sleeping porch; house
;inely decorated throughout.
Well located; paving all paid.
Very attractlvj, well built, well planned.
An Ideal homo for anyone.
Glover & Spain
1218-22 City National. Doug. 3063.
A FINE HOME
IN WESTERN PART OF CITY
Klghl-room house In natural oak finish;
with vestibule, reception hall with large
closet, parlor, library with a brick fire
place, dining room and kitchen. Four
bedrooms and modern bath room on the
peennd floor Separate lavatory In one
of the rooms. Sleeping porch. Stairway
to u floored attic. Large basement with
separate rooms for vegetables and laun
dry with stationary tubs, separate toilet,
House Is nearly new on lot -40x140. Pav
ing paid. Garage.
Locotcd Ht 4165 Cuming Btrct. Price
6'000- W. II . GATES.
fill Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Phone Douglas 1294. Web. 26S8.
Georgia Ave. Home
Between Leavenworth and Pacific, fine
7-room house, strictly modern and up to
date; three extra rooms in attic, not
plastered: fine, homelike place. In perfect
condition. Shade trees. .
HASTINGS & HBYDEN. 1614 Harney St.
CRKAPER THAN RENT
Wo offer a 6-room dwelling, furnace
hoat, gas light, modern plumbing, located
Just north of tho Field club on paved
street, corner lot, nicely sodded and ter
raced, cement WBlks. all for $3,350; $300
cash, the balance only $25 a month to
good party. This Includes Interest. See
this, you will look no further.
310-312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
WE rent collect, sell any kind property.
Columbia Nat'l Exchange. 614 Bee Bldg.
"Within "Walking Distance
REDUCED FnOM $3,500 TO $3,160 BACH.
If sold during this month, owner has
cut tho price 10 per cent on account of
going Into business and needs themoney.
These houtes are located on 30th St.,
just north of Webster, within two blocks
of school, one block of Harney car and
two blocks of Cuming St. car; six blocks
to Creighton college. TheEe homes have
recently beon remodeled, with new oak
floors first story, new furnace, new elec
tric wiring, new combination gas and
eleotrlo light fixtures, new plumbing;
newly painted throughout, Inside and out;
new cement walks, paved street: eust
front. The houses are so arranged that
two families can occupy each house,
having a front and rear stairway and
separate entrances to bath; the rooms are
all good sire and well arranged; a good
barcaln for someone with a large family
or for two small families. A reasonable
lawiient down, balance monthly Will
stiNOsWbVDBN. MM Harney St.
city rittrt:iiTV r-oit s.u.i:
Business Block on
The three-story building it 1313 Far
nam St. A splendid income property.
Entirely unencumbered. The best buy in
Omaha. For detailed Information and
Charles T. Knapp,
Makes First Pay
ment on 6-R. House
Located at 1411 Martha St.. only one
block from 16th St. car, and two blocks
from 13th St. car; cIofo to schools,
churches and stores; has reception hall,
parlor, dining room, kitchen and bedroom
or den on first floor; first-class plumb
ing and heating; large lot, a fine place
for a home; high ground.
HASTINGS ft HEYDEN. 1614 Harney St.
frith St., closo to Woolworth Ave. Very
cheap for quick salei
Phone Red 4727. 540 Bee Bldg.
WILL TRADE EQUITY FOR
Six-room house, modern but heat, in
very good condition, close to 24th St. car
GALLAGHER & NELSON,
4S3 Brandels Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
MAP OF OMAHA STREETS, Indexed,
free ut office; 2 stamps by mail. CHAS.
E. WILLIAMSON CO., Real Estate, In
surance. Care of Property, Omaha. Also
Omaha Red Book, vest pocket size.
$150 CASH AS FinST PAYMENT.
2222 Grand Ave., good 5-room cottage,
modern except heat, south front lot, all
fenced, paved St. A big bargain for some
one. Exchange considered. Doug. 1653.
ion aiccague mag.
TO BUY, SELL OR RENT. FIRST SEH
JOHN W. ROBBINS. ISO? FARNAM ST.
MUST sell modern 8-room house 1 block
n. of high school. Price $3,500. D. 2607.
FJIIM A- KAN'CII LANDS J'Oll SAI.Il
WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEE ARKAN
SAS AT OUR BXP1SNSE7
The first to nnswer from each locality
will havo that opportunity. Write quick
for particulars. Tho Delta Land Co.,
Lake Village. Ark.
A FEW fine tracts of 1G0 to 640 acres
In southeastern Saskatchewan, good soil,
well watered, adapted to grain and mixed
farming. For price and terms see or write,
u. i. ueseim, zais uprague bi umana.
WE arc going to Canada in a colony.
Anyone wishing to join can get informa
tion from P. O. box 12, St. Paul, Minn.
CALIFORNIA land excursions 1st and
3d TUes, w. T. smith Co.. H5 city Nat. Bk
CHEAP Land excursion to Flnelcr.
Colo., every Tuesday and Friday till
March 15. Round trip, including meals,
bertn. hotel and auto trip. From Fair
bury, $10; Lincoln, $12, and Omaha, $15.
See F. W. Buck, Rome hotel, Omaha,
Mondays and Tuesday mornings. Lin
coln hotel, Lincoln, Thursdays after 3
p. in. and Friday mornings.
EASY PAYMENTS Just save $i0 a
month. Ten-acre garden and fruit farms,
on tho main line nf the 'lllnulu "pntrnl
railroad; producing capacity ovr S3.0W
yearly. Terras, $zu down and l(J montniy;
no Interest, no taxes until paid for. iio
Irrigation necessary; puro shallow arie
slan water; high priced winter crjps;
Ideal climate for health. Write for free
maps and booklets. Agents wanted. Tn..
Vogel Realty Agoncy. 1007 W. O. W.
Bldg., Omaha, Nebraska.
FOR SALE By owner, one of the best
200-acre farms tn Douglas county. For
paitlculars inquire of B. A. Alden, It. 3,
SIXTY THOUSAND ACRES CAREY
LAND open to entry at Vallcr. Mont. Fit
teen annual payments. Sectli famous
for grain, grasses, vegciles; well
adapted dlverslled farming. For particu
lars write. Valler Farm Sales Co., Box
2 Vallnr. Mont.
FOR SALE In Virginia, directly on
salt water, many farms and bulldlmr
sites; inland farms, poultry farms, timber
lands; Deauiitui country; boating and
fishing. Correspondence solicited. John
R. Landon, Cobb's Creek, Va.
160 acres; all In pasture; l',4 miles from
Vnlley; east 80 acres all fenced, wove i
wire fence; possession on cast SO at once;
no Improvements; $3,000 loan on property,
runs for 3 years at C per cent; balance
must bo cash; no trades; must bo sold
by March 20 or will bo off tho market.
Will divide and stll In S0-acre tracts if
George & Company,
Tel. D. 756. 902-12 City Nut. Bank Bldg.
Extra fine, new Improvements.
Closo to town and school.
Only fifty miles from Omaha.
Good ftxed-up hometlko place to live.
Lays level; awful rich ground.
Must raise some money and will sell
this awful cheap and make somebody a
big bargain that has the money.
This farm Is In a mighty good neigh
borhood and nice neighbors.
No agent has got this to sell.
Write me direct.
Don't answer unless you have the cash
and mean business.
Wilt give possession of farm In thirty
1010 Glenwood Avenue. Omaha. Nebraska.
FARM .V IIAXCII liAMU FOR SAl.n
K1GIITY ACRES, DOl'GUVS COUNTY,
sixteen miles out, valley lands; adjoining
farms held at $112 and upwards per acre,
but this has small Improvements. As to
soil, crop will show for Itself. Good goods
for tho money. .Price $75 per acre, but
submit offer; $:W0 to $3,000 cash. Pos
Also several So and 40-acre tracts. Pos
OR1N S. MERRILL COMPANY.
1813-1214 City Natjonnl Hank llldg-
3.000 ACRES underlaid with coal; In
oil and gas territory; $10 to $20 per acre.
Write John Cavanagb. AcAlostor, Okl.
SALE Ott EXOIIANtSF K. E.
Price $23,000 For sale. Omaha trackage
lot.. 66x132, corner; this property offers
exceptionally profitable investment! will
groatlv Increase In value next few years.
Fplendld site for parties dcBirlng to erect
a building on trnckuge centrally located.
Call or address Paul F. Skinner, Prcsl
dent Skinner Mfg. Co.. Owners. Omaha.
GOOD eastern farm value, eighty-four
hundred; small encumbrance; quick deal
necessary. Address Y 77. Bee.
One of the finest furnished, best paying,
centrally located apartment houses in
Minneapolis for clear Improved or un
improved farming, grazing, dairying or
cut-over land; this property Is located
light in tho heart of Minneapolis, S
fict square: considered ono of the best
pieces of property In Mlnneaxlls. In
creasing In value dally; equity $92,0H0,
oarlv Income $24,000. WE CAN SELL
OR 'EXCHANGE YOUR PROPERTY.
NO MATTER WHERE LOCATED.
P. O. Box G4J.
THE ONLY WAY
To beat the money trust Is to list your
fropcrty for exchange with tho Palmer
and Co., 1106 W. O. W. Bldg., who can
LANDS, loans and exchanges. J. a
Olson, 501 City Nat'l. Bk. Bldg., Omaha.
$1,000 stock of merchandise to trade for
Omaha residence property. Phone Doug.
25W5. 1014 City National Bank Bldg.
100 ACRES of good hay land, clear of
Incumbrance, In Holt county. Neb., to
trade on quarter or half section of east
ern Nebraska land. Merrick county uro-
ferred. J. R. Collins, 1029 Omaha National
bank lilUK., Omaha. Neb.
Half section and SO acres.; south central
Nebraska; fair Improvements. Price
$16,000. Want to trade this for town
property. No agents. Address me to
Postofflce Box No. C33. Omaha, Neb.
WANTED TO BUY
Douroff 2d hand store pays hlghust prtoe
for furniture, clothes, shoes. Web. 1607.
BEBER pays high prices for 2d-hand
furniture, carpets, clothes, Bhoes. D. 7S02.
WOULD like to buy a five or six
room house to be moved on a lot. On
In the neighborhood of 24th and Clark
preferred. Telephone Red 4301.
We pay best prices for furniture. W-725S
D. 8055. Quick buyers of furniture.
r.nOTv" We Py highest prices for ladlts'
uuuli and gentlemen's 2d-hand clothes,
household goods and valises. Call Gross
man 2519 Blondo. Phone Webster 4552.
SELNBR will treat you right: boat
prices, 2d-hand furniture, clothes. D. DiOL
HEAL I STATIC WAXTKD
LIST your house with Osborno Realty
uo.. vxi raxton bik. u. 1474. Quick results.
LIVK STOCK MAItM'.T OF WUST
Ship llvb stock to South Omaha. Save
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful atten
Live Stock Coiuiulanlon Merchants.
BTKRB BROS. & CO. Strong, reliable.
CLIFTON Com. Co.. 222 Exchange Bids.
UaHTiH nitos. & Co.. ftxenange ldg.
NEW YORK, Jnnuary 21, 1913.
THE MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
Notlco m hereby given that the annual
meetlne of the stockholder of tho Mis
souri Pacific Railway Company will be
held at the general otflco of the company,
in the City of St. Louis, Missouri, on Tues
day, March 11, 1913, at 9 o'clock a. m., for
the election of thirteen directors for the
ensuing year, and for the transaction of
any other business that muy come before
raid meeting. The annual meeting of the
directors will bo held ut the same office
on the same day at 12 o'clock noon.
The transfer hooks will be closed on
Monday. February 3. 1913, at 3 o'clock
p. m., and will bo reopened on Wednes
day. March 12, 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m.
THE MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
By II. F. BUSH, Provident.
A. II. CALBF. Secretary. F2Sdl2t
Storm of Protest
Against the Public
Copies of tho public service bill, which
has been favorably ropoited b-' Joint com
mittee of the Iowa legislature and recom
mended for passage, havo been received
In Council Bluffs nnd nro being scanned
with critical interest. Tho bill Is a huge
affair, comprising fifty-seven pnges. So
far not a single commendable feature has
been discovered In It by the Council Bluffs
men who have been reading and studying
It. It was referred to by one gentlemun
who spent somo time looking over It as
"fifty-seyeii pages of Iniquity."
Tho measure contains all of the objec
tions of the .Sammls hill Introduced two
years ngo and only killed after a hard
fight mudo by tho cities und towns of the
state, whoso officers and citizens realized
that It meant practical disfranchisement
so far as control of public utilities was
concerned. The committee bill adds to all
of these a lot of additional objectionable
features. It turns over to the control of
the State Hallway commission every form
of public utility and every business that
lit any degreo whatever depends for sup
port upon any form of public sen-Ice.
Mayor Maloney dreamed over the bill
Tuesday night and had tome sweet visions
revealing what a pretty and dcelrablo
thing a real form of "papa" government,
such as is contemplated by the measure,
would be for the people of Council Bluffs,
It aioused him to such an extent that ha
announced his dotermlnatlun td attend the
meeting of tho legislative committee of
tho league of Iowa municipalities, which
has been colled to be held In Des Moines
today. Mayor Sheldon of Ames Is chair
man of this committee and ten or more
other members are the mayors of Council
Bluffs, Sioux City. Cedar Haplds, Burling
ton, Keokuk, Davenport, Iowa City and
others. Mayor Maloney thinks every one
of them will vigorously protest ngalnst
the passage of the hill.
The Persistent and lumctoui Use of
newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
Key to the Bituution -Bee Advert.slng.
ROAD MEETING IS HELD
Conference Well Attended
HEAR GREAT DEAL OF BENEFIT
Much KnipliitKln l.nld t'lxin ("nncri-lr
Work nnil Itond Workers Advised
of Ilest Methods to I'lmh
Every one of the twenty-eight town
ships In tho county was represented ut
tho annual good roads meeting held yes
terday under tho supervision of the Board
of County Supervisors, basd upon the
authority conferred by the stato law,
which provides all township ttustecs and
road supervisors may collect pay for one
full day's work ami receive mileage U
they attend tho mooting. There were
more than 100 of theso men present and
enough others interested' in tho problem
of good road making to fill tho south
room of tho county court house, where
the meeting was held.
W. C. Children, chairman of the Board
of Supervisors, presided nnd in his brut
prefatory remarks said the meeting was
to bo a wholly Informal discussion of
plans nnd means of more w'aoly spend
ing tho large amount of money, amount
ing to more than $100,000 anuatly col
lected for road work In tho county.
The principal address of the afternoon
was made by Prof. Whlto of tho Amos
college, who Is a member ut the State
Highway commission. His theme was
chiefly cement culvert and bildgo con
struction and he presented tho matter In
such a light that It became plainly evi
dent to all that reinforced steel concrcto
construction of all kinds of county
bridges was strictly In the Interest of
economy, ns well us safety.
He showed that nbove the foundations
the cost of such construction was now
about tho same, or even a little less tfian
the old steel and wood floor methods.
It was shown Unit the cost of maintain
ing tho floor coverings of steel bridges,
painting and repairs necessary to pre
serve them equalled tho price of tho
structure long before It had ceased to un
serviceable. Deirml on Foundations.
Experience seemeil to Indicate, he said,
that reinforced concreto vrnn practically
Indestructible, and that If the piers rested'
upon sufficiently secure piling founda
tions below the water line, nnd the area
way of tho structures was made suf
ficiently large to meet any flood exigency
that bridges constructed now would bo
In unimpaired condition a century hence.
Supervisor Harding gave a very Intel
ligent presentation of the subject of
keeping tho public highways clear of
underbrush nnd weeds. Ho struck a
more Interesting chord, however, when ho
urged tho necessity for uniformity of
work In all parts of the county, declar
ing thnt every bit of grading nnd nil
other kinds of road work should be done
In accordance with general plans pre
pared by tho county engineer, so that
when a road supervisor was directed to
do a certain bit of grading the first thing
ho would be required to do would.be to
come to tho court house and secure the
plans nnd specifications for that work
prepared by the engineer.
"And then If ho doesn't do the work In
accordanco with tho planB, don't pay
him." said Mr. Hnrdlng. These sugges
tions met the full approval of all present
who expressed themselves nnd uniformity
of work In accordance with genera)
plans seemed to be the conviction of all
as the prime necessity.
The county engineer was present nnd
suld his whole tlmo and sen-Ices were
now at tho disposal of tho board, and
that plans with bluo prlntB. showing all
of the 'work to be done In each district,
would bo available. It appeared really
to mean tho establishment of road grades
throughout the county. There were many
other Interesting talks and each road
supervisor seemed to be ablo to go homo
with definite Ideas of tho work he wo.i
to do this year Instead of doing it
in the crude way that has followed slnco
Wo all like to make money. Welt there
Is no place In Council Bluffs that you can
savo more money on a purchase than nt
LoffertK' auction. Prices aro what you
yourself mako them. Attend and see.
Attend Lcfferts' auction sale and double
the valuo of your money.
Paid Into Court
L Yesterday wok a record day for money
getting In the office of Harry M. Brown,
clerk of tho district court. Judgments to
the amount of moro than $300,000 were
paid Into court during the day. Thoy rep
resented total Judgments, secured nnd
confessed, standing ngalnst tho half-dozen
wealthy farmers who financed the Trcynor
Intcrurban railroad and provided prac
tically all of the money required for Its
construction. The money paid was tho
loan secured several days ngo through the
agency nf Annls & Itohllrg, local financial
agents, to take up the Judgments uud re
turn to tho local banks tho large sums
that h.ul been advanced upon tho paper
of tho farmers.
Tho payments made yesterday represent
every dollar of Judgments standing
pgalust the farmers, who mortgaged their
farms to secure a seven-year loan of
$35,000 at 6 per cent Interest. The total
amount paid In yesterday through Annls
fc Bohllng was $3fiO.09S.S7.
The additional $S5,00O required to extin
guish the Indebtedness was provided by
the farmers themhelves. The Judgments
In detail represented tho claims held by
K. A. Wlckham, $38,C5.7I. St. Louis Hall
way Supply company. $3,027.08; Treynor
Savings bank, $7.M4.I!I; August F Dam
row of Treynor, $(5,fiia.97: First Nutlonal
bank of Council Bluffs, $70,995.83; City Na
tlonal bank of Council Bluffs, $3i,(e7.n7;
William M. Lana of the Lann Construc
tion company. $17.03x.W, and the receivers
of the Wabash Bailroad company, t2.OS.00.
The payment of these Judgment places
tho Treynor road wholly In tho possession
of the formers who were thus led Into
paying for It. It Is not at the present time
very profitable property, but they will
continue to operato It under the manage
ment of Colonel Adams until other ar
rangement are made.
Tubular Barn Door Track.
If tu the market for barn door track
don't tall to Ket our tubular track It Is
th b st traik on earth at uuly 12 cents
per foot C. Hafer Lumber company,
CouneJl Bluffs Offlo of
The B Is at I nOBTD
Mala St. Telephone 43.
Vletrola. $1(. a. Hasp Co.
Cerrlgans, undtrtaktrs. rhones 14J.
Woodiing Undertaking Ce. Tel .
Blank book iork Morehouse A Co.
FAUST UBKR AT RUGBRB' BUFFET.
Lewis Cutler, funeral dlreotor. rhone .
Money saved by attending Lcfferts
, Watch given away free at Lcfferts'
' The highest grade optical work In the
city Is done at Lefferts'.
MSk your nnx-'er for Skinner's Durum
vtheat, tho new breakfast food.
fceo Borwlck for wall paper and paint
ing. 209 and 211 South Main St.
Hcientlfio watch repair work, the
kind that Is appreciated, at lcfferts .
TO SAVE OR TO BORROW. SEW C. H
Mutual Bldg. & Loan Ass'n. 123 Pearl.
Ask your grocer tot Skinner's Elbow
Mucnronl. Absolutely highest quality.
WINDOW SHADES TO ORDHR-Coii-tlnentnl
Furnlturu and Carpet company.
BUDWK1SER on draught-TIie Grand
Budwelser lit bottles ut all first-class
Lcfferts' miction continues daily. 2 and
P. m. Don't mlrs It. It's the bargain
center of Council Bluffs.
The public knows that when they get
a piano of the A. Hospn Co., 407 Broad
way, Council Bluffs, they get more value
ror their money than they count nn at
any othet place, .mil at tho s.tmo litre,
run no chances in buying a poor In
strument. Judge Thornell yesterday granted a Jl
vorce decree nnnulllng tho marital con
tract betwepn Mrs. Pnrrin M. Simmons
and her husband, Floyd n. Btmmot " -
Cruel snd Inhuinun treatment formed tho
basis for the divorce. They wcro mur-1
rled at Fullerton, Neb., October 17. l'JIO.
Tho police were last night called to the ,
home of Mrs, Barrett, 609 South Tenth
h.,1 lirnkon Intn hr limrtn .Inrltin- her
absence In the early part of the evening.
Tho officers sent out to Investigate had
not completed their Investigations at 11
Tho Knights of the Full Moon gave a
play last night at the armory before an
auuienco of over 600 people, mat was
pleasing. A number of stunts wen
pulled off by local and professional tal
ent. Ono number given by a team from
the Maiestlc theater came in for much
applause by reason of tho clover antics.
Judge O. V. Wheeler enjoyed yesterday
the unexpected novelty of being mad
party defendant In a suit In tho distil t
court, where lie Is ono of Ilia dlst'it
Judges. The suit was brought by Klnui
Tabor to quiet title to property In Fen
addition in thlH city, which the defendant
has discovered that Judge Wheeler hs
some apparent claim upon through real
estate transactions made many years ugij
before Judge Wheeler went on tho uonoli
Tho first steps to he token by Freeman
L. Reed to wind up tho affairs of the
Iowa Security company will do the exc -u-tlon
of an order Issued by Judge Thornell
yesterday directing him to sell tho furtu
turn and fixtures In the office of the con
corn and authorizing him to t.umo ap
praisers to fix their value. Ho bus m
lrcted Ovid Vlen. F. M, Williams and L.
T Albertl as such appraisers. There are
said to be a number of now suits u
process of preparation ngalnst the com
pany and which will most lllmly be fil-i
on or before Saturday, which Is the last
day for filing petitions In suits to be tried
at the March term of tho court.
Dr. Hamilton spoke on "The Beauty of
tho Christian Life" Wednesday evening
to a largo congregation uttondlng the
union services conducted by tho Flul
Presbyterian and thu First Congregatl iu.il
churches at the First Presbxtcrlan
church. Mrs. James McCargar Bang a
solo, accompanied by Mrs. N. II. "ul
bert. Dr. Hamilton spcuks Thursday u.irt
Friday evenings. Tho text was takon
from John 1:41, "We have found tho Mcs.
slnh." He said. "Let us seek for tho now
Christ and hold Him up to men, making
It clear Just what He puts Into life, so
thut It may bo realized Just what wo nnvu
In Him. He Is the one perfect mun wit i
out tho limitations of other men. I'hls
makes clear His ability to be of servi e
to the average man nnd His power In
meeting the everyday ncedH of life. Ills
beauty and completeness for His wo.-l:,
Ills Incomparable nature do not work tu
malto Him uloof from man. In man's
nefd all these characteristics servo tu
draw man to Him and, coming, man s
soul Is stirred to larger, nobler thins
Watches given away
free at Loffcrti
Ileal IXate Transfer".
Tho following real cstnto transfers were
reported to Tho Beo Thursday by the
Pottawattamie County Abstract com
Fred Berg and wife to Bornurd
Heckman, part sV. neVJ, 24-77-42,
w. d 1.000
Bern Gress and wife to O. Moshcr,
Jr., ne'4 of U-76-42, w. d 18.000
O. Mosher, Jr., and wife to w. J.
Maxwell, same, w. a iu,w
Mnry L. Kvorett to Iloi-o Brockwny.
lot 14 In block 6, Benson's First
addition to tho city of Council
Bluffs, w. d - 30
Leonard and Mary L. livorett, ex
ecutors of tho estato of Horaco
Kverctt, to tho Benjamin Co., lot
10 In block 13, In Beers' subdlvl-
Sf. ARCADIAN & 0P0TAVAlL'il;,,bn,QTi!'"K:
VT IMDI1B TOURS.
AJk for tta lllutritad booklit.
JMK.ROyAL.MAIt. OTBAM JACKKT CO.
-8nderon & Boa, Cln. Agli , II Bo. Ld B1U
St., Ctilcno. of Anr SUamihlp Ticket Atont.
A LIBERAL LIST OF SATURDAY ECONOMIES
AT THE REXALL DRUG STORES
Shipment .lust Arrived of
Excelsior Springs, Mo.,
Cryntal Llthla Water. 59 flft
6-iallon Jug QiUU
Halt Sulphur Water, 60 OK
6-gallon Jub QfciaW
Regent Water, case of SR. HQ
60 quarts 3UiUV
KUlpho-Hallne Water, OQ flfl
case of 60 quarts uw
Sulpho-Sallne Water. QC Cfl
case of 50 pints OOniJU
Diamond Llthla Wntcr. C A flfl
case of 1214 yillona for .
We handle 100 kinds ot Mineral
Waters, tn all slzta. Kree delivery
to any part of tho city
Saturday Gigar Special
Fifty Imported I'antolla Cigars for
91.3S. This Is by far the best cigar
bargain over offored In the city.
Bbarman tc McOonnall Drug1 Co., Oornar 16th and Bodge.
Xioyal Pharmaoy, Hotol Loyal Block.
. I slon to Council IHuff.. w. d 100
slon to Council llluff., w. d
A. A. Clark and wife to Ueda .1.
Medley, lot S In block 11. Hayllfw
Palmer's addition to Council
Bluffs, s. w. d
t M. Mi-Cue lo Msrv A. McCile.
loin 7 and S In hlock 7. Grimes'
addition to Council Bluffs d
James Field nnd wife to Yllllnm
Olson, lot 11 in block 12. Hums'
addition to Council ItliiUx, w d ..
J. G. Wadsworth and wife to .Martin
I). Young, lot 3 and nty of tut 4
in block 10. Ilayllss' First addi
tion to Couhrjl Bluffs, w. d
C. 11. Grahl and wife to Iuu!h
Ornhl, prt neVi. sn'Vi and nvi,
nwM, 3S-7K-48. w. d
O. T. Karges and wifo to J. W. Hell,
lot 3 In block i!, livnlis" Second
Brldgo addition to Council Bluffs,
J. A. Doollttlo and wife to Glen 1..
Raxfiott, lots 4 and ft In block 9,
Carson, la., w. d
P. W. Charron and wife to Charles
A. Canover, half Interest In nU.
sw'i. 14-74-10. w. d
Total, thirteen transfers....
HEARS ISSUES DISCUSSED
Men In sufficient numbers to fill the
largo basement assembly room of the
Broadway Methodist church gathered last
night In responso to Invitations Issued
bv the Brotherhood organization of the
church to hear dlseusicd the live Issues
presented by the change of the national
After a dainty little, lunrheon. served
by tho women of the church. Emmet Tin
ley presented tho Importance of tho
change from tho viewpoint of tho demo
crat, D. E. Stuart from tho standpoint
of the republican and W. R. Orchnrd as
rev-en ed o the scrutiny of n progressive,
, , .,,, ,, '
W- J- Hnmmlll was chairman,
Mr. Tlnley and Mr. Stunrl pleaded for
tho continuation of a public conscience
that would hold Inviolably sacred tho con-
StltUtlOn Of the I'lllted fetates.
. chard Itiplslcd that all humnn wisdom
did not begin and end with the men who
! . .
It is made by churning together
Oleo oil, neutral, butter oil, milk
Oleo oil is pressed from beef suet.
Neutral is made from selected
Butter oil is made from choice
It is prepared with utmost re
gard for cleanliness and purity.
The "Swift" reputation is behind
the Golden Glow of Goodness of
9 Oleomargarine K
Made only by Swift & Company, U. S. A.
OCKAN STKAMMIIIl'S, OCHAN STEAMSHIPS.
EXTENDING FROM TUB
BOTTOM to the TOP
OP THE VESSEL
Will Sail from A 1 Mn Q And Bogularly
NEW YOKK April llim-Ba) O Thereafter
r. C. Brown, Wast. Pan. Art., Bonthtait Oor. Madlion and X.a Ball Strait,
Chlcatro, or Local Aganti.
ox of Harr's 60c SATUR
DAY CANDY for . ...
Patent Medicines at Gut Prices
$1.00 Dray's Glycerine Tonic 89 o
It 00 Wine of Cardul for 890
Dr Cooper's Medicine 48o, B9o
$100 Ilostetter'a Hitters B9o
It. 00 Squlbbs' Sarsaparllla 760
ozomulNlon 48c, 89o
Hexull Orderllea lOo, 38c, 50o
ycott's Kmulalon 48o, 89o
Vlnol, always H.OO
HayB' Hair Health 48c, 89o
Llsterlne IBo, 38c, 4Bo, 890
Itexall Kidney Cure 4So, 89o
Hordeti's Malted Milk 4Gc, 89o
$1.00 Lydla I'lnkham's Compound at 090
aiycothymolluo 35c, 45c, 89o
Itoxall S3 Hair Tonic SOo, $1.00
Fellows' Syrup for B9o, 91.3
Spruco I'epsln Tublets 60c, 91.00
tl.00 Ouertln'H Nervo SyrUD 890
Mix id Faint Saason Now On.
Baa It in Our Window.
& McConnell Drug Co.
rnopniETOKa or Tin: rotra o:
our country. Mr. Orchard claimed that
Washington, Jeffernoii ami Hamilton
werr the first progroHMlves. Ho frrmkly
admitted that he did not think thero was
further oimortunlty fur a progressiva
party, and thnt a third party would no
longer 1m heard of. because all of tho
progressive principles have betm nb
wirlieil by the republican nnd dempcratlo
efficient optK-nl work (at Lefi
If ,yoii appreciate good
work, bring your watch
to I cf ferts'.
Murrlrfge licenses wer Issuel yesterday
to the following named pcrnc ms
Name nil Addres
ler. Geneva, Nil)..... .10
Geneva (. 19
C. H. Btirkholder,
t'ra-sla liuuul. Elliltiro. Minn
He.isle If. Ray, Missouri Vol'ey,' Itt
AT rOUHTAINSiHOTCLSi OR CUIWHCRB
Original and Gcuuinc
Rial MILK, MALT GRAIN EXTRACT, IN POWDER
Not Til any Milk Trust
Insist on ,-HOKLICK'b,:
Take m paokego borne
Sugar-coated and, all vegetable. Dose,
only one pill at bedtime. For consti
pation, Itlllous headache. Indigestion.
Ayer s tills, aoid lor GO years.
Ask Your DocU.
J. 0. AjfrCo.,
60c 1'ebeco Tooth I'uste
C0c 1'ompelan Massage
i'Sc Dorset Shaving
10c (Irahain'u Olive
Creum Soap 4o
60c IHnd'a Honey and
Almond Cream ,...33o
Fairbanks' Fulry Soap
for , . . . 3VisO
25c Sanltol Tooth Puste 12o
10c Williams' Shaving Soap 3o
25c Packer's Tur Soap 14o
$1.00 Vloletta Loulsetto Powder. .59o
26o Victor's Tooth Powder ,.13o
Hexall Tooth Paste "o
6c Sanltol Tooth Paste 13o
Colgate's Tooth Paste
at 10o .and 300
25c Sunltol Tooth Powdci. . . . 13o
J5c Victor's Tooth Powder ...13o
V Wl aUtUH UU vvt ww w . mum a. v a
The Sarrard Pharmacy Corner aitli and yrnftm.
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