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Tin-; BKE: OMAHA, MONDAY,
KEAL F,T.T&waSCTLLAXEOrs R EA L ESTATE MISCELLAN EOU8
W. A. REDICK'S SECOND
Beginning today we offer for sale 46
lots, being the property of Judge Red
ick, between Leavenworth and Jack
son and 31st and 33rd.
These lots are going at reasonably
low prices and on easy terms.
Watch for our complete announce
ment in tomorrow's paper.
A. P. TUKEY & SON
Doug. 502-1507-8 Woodmen of the World Bldg.
Ft HXISUEO Apt. close in. one-half
month's rent free If taken by 15.h.
Phone Ioug. 67H3 or Doug. 2445.
Board and Hooma.
3 PO. I9TH Three rooms with board,
SI M ami up.
Poslrnhlo rms. with board. 18 S. 19th St.
1117 PAItK AVE., nice cool, summer room;
A COMFORTABLE nnd pleasant room
In West Farnant district. Call Harney
2&f4 ST. MARY'S Ave. Pleasant rooms.
8TEAM bested rwoms, ft week. Ogden
Hotel, Council Bluffs.
6 ROOMS, modern, very desirable.
Harney 6147 after t p. m.
) tOCOLAS ST., rooms KM up.
ONE fully furnished ft-room house, one
half block from Normal, with or with
out piano. Will sell cheap for cash if
taken at once. Mrs. M. Hamilton, Fre
NO C4TH 475S-Three large steam-heated
unfurnished rooms; modern conven
iences; detached house; spacious lawn'
four dollars. Adults.
FARNAM. 2fC3 Two nice housekeeping
rooms; electricity, gas range.
Furnished Housekeeping- Rooana.
DAVKNTOHT, 201K-TWO ' OR THREE
NICELY FCRNISHED FRONT HKPG.
ROOMS. NEW FLAT,
2 3-room apartment. 2223 Famam.
Llarht Hoaaekeeplaar Rooms.
STEAM heated rooms, with alcove, kit eh
nette furnished. Ogden Hotel Co.,
Council Bluffs. Ia.
BEST equipped lodge hall In Omaha,
also large modern dance hall, finest
floor In city. Druid Hall ,2414-16-18 Ames
Ave.. Web-,2900. or. Web. ..78$.,- i
Honaes and Cottages.
Dwelling, 414 So. 38th St.; tiled
vestibule, reception hall, front
nnd back parlors, dining room
and kitchen, 5 bed rooms, 2
lath rooms, hot water heat,
garage. All in first class con
dition. Location A-l. Benj.
S. Baker. Phones D482, H317,
FOR RENT 2121 Loouat, modern 7-room
house, hot water heat, newly decorated
throughout, paved streets, shade trees,
S. We outer SjSti.
For Int A strictly modern
c en-room flat, $22.50. 16tU
and Corby Sts. Phone Douglas
$H Ten-room modern flat, within three
minutes' walk of Pith and Howard.
$14 Kojr-room new cottage, electrle
lights, cement basement, near school.
AMEIUCAN SECURITY COMPANY,
Douglas "01. Waln.it 3P7.
ZM Cass, 6 large rooms, fine yard, prac
tically new, modern, IM.
ivy M. Mary't. Ave.. 6 rooms, $30.
2714 Howard, 6 rooms, ).
Mil Hamilton. 6 rooms,
KING WALT, Urandeis Theater Bldg.
HARK AVE.. te -room. strictly mod
ern home; large, beautiful, shady lawn;
newly dccrated. oak floors; $4iJ0. Loyal
Hotel, room L4.
ALL ei. ix i r month mi HT Paxtoe.
MODERN rooming house.
Ave. T.-I. Harney fiaM.
MODERN 6-room cottage, 2i per mo.;
Pratt. Omaha Realty Co., Red t$.
b'IX-ROOM. modern house, located at
2710 Decatur St.; will be vacant May 1;
$23 per month. Phone H 64;i2.
WKiT FARNAM DISTRICT.
Seven-room modern house. Hi H. JlSth Rt.
Stores, moves, packs, ships; 3-horse van
and 2 men, I1.2S per hr. ; storage $2 per
mo. Satisfaction guar. P. it Ty. 2(.
We have a complete list of all houses,
apartments and flats that are for rent
This llt can be seen tree of charge at
Omaha Van & Storage Co., 806 S. lth St.
J. C. Reed
esp. no., moving,
pai-klng A stores.
1207 Kasnauv ft.
Gordon Van Co. &
W N Uth Bt.
Tel. D. 394 or Web. 1M
an arid biofs
t-aii us for es-
atae fur mov.
ing. pacMing, snipping.
liU Wtstv L
6HB the Central furiilture Stores. FREK
RENTAL I leiT
WEST FARNAM. J2J N. S.th Ave., mod
ern; with 3 bath rooms, $60.
FOR RENT 7-room house, all nodcru.
r:44 Parker Bt.
7 ROOMS and bath; all modern; on car
una. n. fvi..
TfoilBoa Crelgh Hons A Co.. B BidgT
i UBt' In ail parts of the city.
OA RAG K tor rent la Be mis Park. Wal
aut 2276. .
Stores mm Ptllcea.
NEW modern store, bet location; In
North Omaha. 2414 Ames Ave., Vetster
2I2k or Web. 1149.
NEW modern storeroom. SM North K tt
street; Iw rent. I'oorad Youiig. J22
Bra odds Theater. Ijoug. lTl.
NEW, modern, steamheated storeroom
and lfcwii.ent. 2ti.2 lvavcnworth St.
Conrad Vuuni, j:2 Braiideis theater.
APPLE ORCHARD FREE
WITH NEW HOME.
The price (below) Is for house and both
lots only 6-room. 2-atory bungalow, al
most new, all modern except furnace,
half block to good car line. Can buy
with 1 up to B lota, all with fine bonr
tng choice apple orchard free. Easy
terms. $2,6in up. We will show vou on
request. Call V to 10 or 12 to 1.
CHARLES 10. WILLIAMSON CO.,
Five rooms and bath on first floor.
Maid's room on second. Trge living
room, built-in bookcaaea, buffet, etc. Hot
water heat. 41& N. Suth St.
E. H. BENNER, Douglas 7406.
I HAVE a contract of sale for $2,att cov.
erlug Omaha residence property, pay
able $25 per month, at good rate of In
terest. Am onerlng contract ror cash
at fine discount and will deed the prop
erty unencumbered to secure same. Ad'
dress E care Bee,
WANTED TO BUY
fsle b"ys everything l& hand. Tyler 141s.
OFFICE turn I tu re bought and sold. J.
C ReeJ. Ii7 Femsm rnug. ffl4
WANTED Old house . and good-alied
lot Address 421 Bee.
FARM A RANCH LANDS FOR "ALB
Live Oak Colonies, none better. V. T.
Smith Co.. mm City Nat. Bk. D. 1P.
,A1J..cc"ln,le8: catalnguo free. Write C.
M. Wooster Co.. Phelan Bldg., Ban Fran-
Cisco. Kstahllshed 30 years.
'"gR. SALE Farms. and 80 acres, in
Peeta. Colo. Write Delstler. 364 Ogdea
HAVE TOTJ A FARM FOR SALE?
.jiUA!0,ll description of ycur land
f ?. ttiS V BJ.ouxSli- Iav Journal.
Iowa'e Most Powerful Went Ad
Twer.ty.flv, worJll v Frld
evening. Saturday morning and every
Saturday eVxnlng and 6unday roornuis
for one month, giving sixteen ads oS
'Largest circulation of any Iowa news.
j1''. 0.00 readers dsJl ln four great
BARGAIN C40-A. farm 20 m. from Min
neapolis; 140 A. under cult.; 40 A. good
meadow: 60 A. timbered pasture; can
fractic.aily all be cultivated; good com
and; farm Is fenced; 10-room house, barn,
granary, machine shed, windmill, eto.i U
bead good mil oowa, 4 good horses, liar
neaeea, wagons, complete aet of machin
ery, hogs, chickens and everything on the
farm goes at $46 per acre; fc.OuQ cash,
balance can stand for 10 years at 4 per
cent. Schwab Bros., lOJt Plymouth Bldg.,
40, SO OR 160 ACRES, good heavy soil. In
well settled part of Todd county, Minn.;
good roads, schools and churchei; price
$15 to tJ) per acre; terms. $1 per acre
cash, balance $1 per acre a year until
land is paid lor, C per cent Interest
GOOD South Missouri land on railroad.
In well settled locality, (1$ per aero
Small or large forms on easy terms.
Literature free. D. Merrlam, Ellis, Ben
ton. Ksnsaa City, Kama.
COUNTRY HOME NEAR OMAHA.
$11,000 buys s, highly improved farm,
consisting it about bl'a acres located on
one of our boulevards out from the city,
only a 40-mlnUte's ride. Good water sys
tem, smalt amount of fruit, some alfalfa,
tame hay. nice large beautiful shade
trees and all kinds of shrubbery and
about 10 acres of natural timber, making
ft beautiful park. This la an Ideal propo
sition for handling thoroughbred stock of
uy kind. Living spring in pasture.
C. R. COMBd.
IIS Brandels Theater Bldg. Omaha. T. 8916.
NEW YORK FARMS FOR SALE.
THE GARDEN OF THE WORLD WITH
FRAGRANCE OF ORCHARDH.
PHOGKEftg AND PERPETUAL HAR
VEST AWAIT YOUR COMING.
14o-acre farm with io cowa, team, farm
machinery. Price $40 per acre.
VB WARN lOU FROM ERROR. WE
POINT YOU TO SURE BUCCE6B.
25-acre farm. 6 cows, house worth $1,000,
barn, hennery, orchard. Price $su0.
ALL O.MiTV AND MOST MEN HAVE
A TASTE FOR BARGAIN 1IUNT1NO.
64-ecre farm. 10 cows, team, hen". 100
bearing apple trees, i miles trom village
of 4 railroads. Price $l,Su0. t.'OO cash down
buys any of these. Possession any tunc.
V rite for photos.
Railroad fare one way to purchaser.
U'X S. Sallna ft.. Syracuse, N. Y.
TO SELL LAND
qulckty and profitably, you must reach
thoss who are at the present time most
iiiiaruateul In (arm lands.
The Iowa farmer ia today the best farm
land prospect In the United Stales. The
Dos Moines Capital with 24u,OiU dally
readers can put your proposition squarely
bofore a larger number of these live
prcspects than Hny other Iowa news
paper. Our circulation ts guaranteed the
largest In Iowa. We Kill ln.,. o wnrrf
ad l' days for only $2.ju add 6c for each
additional word. Our regular price Is lo
per word per day. You save Kc on this
offer. To sell your land tomorrow, send
our no imv in
THE DKS MOINES OA PIT A T.
70$ WALNUT ST. UtuS MOINES. IA.
WANT the bekt Kinkald or other Ne
braska land that $3.0u0 to $2,Vi0 cash
will buy. Give lesal Nos and full rf.
acriptlon for attention. R. w. Mvler.
K. K. 1. Foisoin. la.
A BSX K ACToir" TI TTJ2
Title Guarantee and Abstract
Co.. a modorn abstract oiric
6 Bo. 17th St. Phone D. MKT
RKED ABSTRACT CO.. oldest abstract
oiiiu) ip nsprasnft. us Brandels Thee.
Jestn & Morrell
REAL KHTATK WANTED
LlaT io.tr mbitj
you y! v-'l' mi.
Llrir rm r.iKi auu inn... ...i
ELSON R. E CO.. 301 Oia Net I Ja.,k
GEN. HALL REPORTS
ON NATIONAL GUARD
Issues Statement in Which He Talks
on What the Troops Will
Hare to Spend.
SIXTY-EIGHT THOUSAND DOLLARS
(From Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May .-tflpcctal.-Acoord-Ing
to a statement mado by Adjutant
General Philip L. Hall, the Nebraska
National Guar J will be forced to get
along for the next biennlum on t8.X of
an .nnN.nti.iin, r n.n .n laKVWtt nf
n.noK.m .nnnri.t. k. h m.mhi
of the guard. In making ft statement of
the legislature General Hall says:
"In comparing the results of the atti
tude of our last legislature to that of the
legislatures of the other states of the
union relative to the finances of the Kay
tional Guard for the ensuing blennlum,
which In time of war la expected to fur-
j nlsh three-fourths of the first line. It will
be necessary for the guard of this state
to run on $S,000 actual money for the
two years and about $200,000 worth of
"This la not taking Into consideration
the following. That each' officer re
ceives for his services the sum of about
$75 s year In the form of pay at camp,
and right on the start he ia required to
spend not less than $100 on uniforms,
swber, pistol, etc., of his own money, for
his personal equipment; that he la monded
and is liable for the shortage of all prop
erty, and he must keep records, etc.. of
hla organization: that .he must spend
time during the winter In carrying on a
correspondence coarse with the War de
partment. Par of Knllated Men.
"The enlisted men receive . as their
yearly compensation about . 110. For this
thry are required to drill one night each
week in the year; they are. required to
i have sixty days' previous service before
going to camp. Ninety per cent of tho
men leave ft position In civil life which j mornlnK to to Pan rrn(MK. rhy
pays them from $3 to $5 a. day for this expert to earn their way by selling papers
neat sum of 110, besides taking the chance m cm ,lo8 th8 Tbe,r
of lotdng their position in civil life. tO(nRm)s, M M,M onUnt , book
train themselves as a national polios
force .that may respond to the call of the
nation In time of peril"
Lincoln Dollar Gas
Cases Heard in June
(From Staff Corespondent)
LINCOLN. May .-(Speclal.) Accord
ing to information received in Lincoln as
announced by Federal Judge T. C. Mun
ger. Judge James D. Elliott of Sioux
Falls.' South Dakota has been assigned
to hear the Issues In the Lincoln dollar
gas cases which have been pending for
The hearing will be held In Omaha dur
ing the first week in June.
Sunday School MretlSLars.
WEEPING WATER. Neb., May .
(Special.) At a meeting of the executive
committee of the Cass County Sunday
School sssoclstlon held at Union, plans
were mado for the county and the district
conventions. The county convention has
been set for some time in October at
Louisville, Tho district convention will
take place as follows: First district
meeting, Mynard, June 2; Second dlntrlct
meeting, Avoca, June S; Third district
meeting, Elmwood, June 4. Following are
the members of the executive commltiee
who were present at the meeting: Presi
dent, C: B. Aldrich of Elmwood; vies
president, J. D. Cross of Union; secretary,
Miss Ella Atchison of Elmwood. There
were also present the following depart
mental superintendents: Rev. William
Ellcdge, Weeping Water; Row H. B.
Hutchman. 'Murray; C. C- Wescott.
Pl&ttsmouth; Mrs. Fred Ztnk, Murdock;
Jesse Perry, Plattsmouth.
nrmonatrate Aaalnst Saloon.
WEEPING WATER, Neb., May .
(Special ) On Wednesday of this week ft
petition was sent In from here to the
county commissioners dealing wl'.h the
matter of granting ft saloon license at
the village of Cedar Croek. The paper
wss In ft 'sense a protest against rftnt-
irz ft license. It was signed by some 100
cltlsens and wss Instrumental In retting
tho commissioners to postpone the mat
ter until May 12, when ft hearing will be
Little Fraat Damage.
WEEPING WATER. Neb.. May 8.
TSpeclal.) Tender plants were slightly
frost bitten In the gardens of this vicinity
lsst night. Just a few miles from here
on higher ground no damage was noted.
It Is thought that no damage was done
RJRAL E8TATR LOANP
WE ARE always in funds to make good
farm and citv loans.
PETERS TKUBT CO.,
FARM LOANS. S PER CENT.
TOLAND at TRUMBULL. 44 Bee Bldg.
$1 TO $I'i.tto maoe promptly. F. I7
Waad. Wead Bid., l.'-tli and Farnam Bt
CITY and fans loans, 6. . per cant
J. H. t)unini,t Co.. 41 (state Bank.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
rarnan- nmun to.. l?n Karnarn ft
WANTED City loans. Peter Trust Co.
fcEE us first for farm loam in esstars
Neb. United Ktates Trunt Co.. Omuha.
fief CITY IjOANH. C. G. Csrlbert
''C 3i(n Braels Tfeater Bldg.
UMAH. homes East Nebraska faXcna
O'KEKFE REAL KfeTATE CO.
1U Omaha National. I hen. In.utlas $711
M.9N'.E,T J?n .hnd fo' c'"r snd farm loanft
H. W. Binder. City National Bank Bldg.
I1KAL KHTATR ACRE.4.GK
DANDY LITTLE FRUIT FARM 2 acres
covered with the best varieties of fruit
and in bearing, situated 10 blocks Inside
the city limits and near the car. Phone
Owner. Walnut U4J.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
Buy From Owner
Seven rooms, modern, finest location In
Bemis Psrk, large lot and trees, heautl
fl lawn, paved street, a bargain. H jfiM)
10)7 Wlret St.. s-room house, modern ex.
cept electric llxht. laundry and base,
ment. Cement drivewsv. Went an offer
M'KACHRON REALTY ro
Coal Office. ah and Lake. Webster 1M1.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
(.".od liom. tO roomy, rpr-m i.-... i.i.
ta'h. hot wsler hist, 'athe.li Ul-tt i.-t.'
Jii.e repair, I'lioao urn
MOST LOSES PROPERTY
J. J. Johnson of Wahoo Finds Some
one Had Deeded Away
WOULD GET THE TITLE BACK
WAHOO, Nh May V-(PpeetsU-John
J. Johnson of Wahoo hat the task ahead
of him bf quieting title to a piece of land
u. . .... . .
i iin Uwn in rion rouniT. wnen jonnson
wrote to the county treasurer of Holt
country a week at? asking how much
taxes he owed on the quarter section
there, he wn Informed that the taxes
had been paid. Knowing that no on
would be likely to be ao benevolent aa to
I Mv hi. te. for Mm K. went h.rk i
Inoiilra .kn t,mA hM
ou don't own the land.' or words to
that effect, waa the reply.
Then Johnson sat bolt uptight hi hla
chair and took notice. He waa Informed
that a man representing himself as John
J. Johnson had sold the property to a.
man named W. E. Bondson of Omaha,
that the sale waa made in Omaha and
, that acknowledgment of the transaction
waa taken by Laoy L. Sawyer In Omaha
November IS, 1911. The property was
later sold by the Fondaon person to W.
F. Kuhlman. and P. I. Devel of Omaha
took the acknowledgment.
Kuhlmtn and wife later deeded the
property to M. El Bartlett. who Is the
man who now claims ownership. John
son of Wahoo, of course, asserts his namo
was forged to the deed when It wns
alleged to have been transferred to Bond
son. Action to quiet title has been started
In the district court of Holt connty.
Judge Slama of Wahoo Is representing
Mr. Johnson In the case.
Three Girls to Walk
To San Francisco
From Staff Correspondent) '
LINCOLN. May .-(fpeclal.)-Threa
Lincoln rtrla will start out WmIiimiIiv
keeper; Miss Busts Portche. a musician,
and her 'sister, Miss Catherine Portche, a
stenographer. They say they ere tired
of office work and wsnt to get out In
the open and sea some of the country
and" believe they can pay their way by
selling papers along the I'ne of march,
which covers about 2.100 miles, and they
expect to make tt In fifteen weeks.
CRAWFORD GIRL WINS
PRIZE FOR DECLAMATION
ARNOLD. Neb.. Msy .-(8pels4.)-The
humorous division of the Nebraska state
declamatory contest wss held here Fri
day evening. The gold medat waa
awarded to Miss Prudence Macomber of
Crawford and the Silver medal to Miss
Hannah Cotant of Alliance. ' The con
test throughout was excellent. Miss
Macomber, although she won clearly,
was given ft very close race by Miss
Cotant. -The following schools were rep
resented: Arnold, Alliance. Alma, Wake
field, Crawford. Fremont. Lincoln and
Geneva, The judges were Prof. R. I.
Elliott. Prof. O. W. Neale and Miss Lulu
Wirt, all of Kearney. The contest was
conducted by W. J. Brsham of Sidney,
secretary-treasurer of the state associa
ABANDONED RAILROAD GRADE
MAY BE MADE HIGHWAY
BUIIWEIX. Neb.. Msy .-(Speolftl.)
Fd Cram, ons of the directors of ' the
Central Nebraska and Loup river routs,
was at Taylor, Neb., yesterday looking
after the opening of a publio road over
the abandoned grade of the Burlington
through Loup county. For ft part of the
way ths Black Hills, Ixiup river and
Omaha route will go over the old grade
The commissioners are eager to take
the old grade over for back taxes and
open It up for a publio road.
TWO FRATERNAL ORDERS
TO MEET AT LINCOLN
(From ft Staff Correspondent) .
LINCOLN, May f,-(SpecUl.) Lincoln
will be the meeting place this week of
two of the big fraternal orders of the
country. The Knights of Pythias, with
their auxiliary, the Pythian Sisters, will
hold Its forty-eight annual session begin-,
nlng Tuesday snd holding over Wednes
day. The Ancient Order of United Work
men will also convene litre at the audi- 1
toiium at the asms time. It Is expected
that there will be large attendance at
Wr.nlut W(i Tenchera.
WEEPINO WUTER. Neb.,' May $.-.
(Special.) The school board has com-1
p'.eted the selection of teachers fo next I
year, as follows: Superintendent, T. V. j
Truman; principal. Miss Olga M. Gcreke; !
science. O. L. Webb; language. Miss i
Pearl Hummel; eighth grsde. Miss 1
Minerva Gunther; sixth and st- enth. i
Miss Rene Jameson: fifth. Miss Lenora :
Gordon; fourth, Miss Vera Bsldwin: tnlrd.
Miss Leone Switser; second. Miss Mil
dred Hart; primary, Mrs. Sawyer. The
meeting marked the close of O. K. Cron,. ,
well's service with the bosrd, he having '
served for fifteen consecutive years, snd.
I, marked the beginning of the term of
Mrs. F. IL Oorder, who Is the first
woman to serve on the board.
t'aaa Med leu 1 Meetlaa.
WEBFING WATER, Neb.. Msy $.
(Special.) At the annual meeting of the ,
Cass county medical association held at
Elmwood. the following officers were '
elected for the ensuing yesr: President.
M. M. Butler. Weeping Water; vr presi- j
dent. O. F. Ollllsple, Manley; secretary-j
treasurer, O. E. Listen, Elmwood; censors, '
A. C. Welch snd P. Reed. Weeping
M ater. Dr. M M. Butler waa elected
delegate to the state meeting st Hastings,
May 1$ to 71
Msrrlssn la Rlehardaoa I'esslr.
FALLS CITY. Neb.. May .-(SpeoUt.)-The
following marriage licenses were Is
sued in Richardson county this weekt
Lester Morgan Vanderventar and Have!
James, Rtella: Wayns Richard son and
Josephine Mshan. Kut"; Frank Fountain
snd Mrs. Emma Boeck, Humboldt.
ta Thn taa -Smm.
'iien you catch told or begin to cough
tnke Dr. Hell's Plne-Tsr-Honey. it
P-PtrM the ttirot and lupgs. All
. 0. U. W. TO MEET
SOON IN LINCOLN
Great Fraternal Order of Nebraska
Will Hold Grand Lodge Be
I STATE F.XF.Br:TR'F9 TTS PnWTDnT.
- - m vv.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May .-tSpeclal.)-Tr,e six
teenth biennial session of the Ancient
i Order of I'ntted Workmen will be held
t the city Auditorium In Lincoln, be-
("""" i o cor in me morning Tue..
I y' Headquarter will be main-
tftined at the Lindell hotel.
The grand lodge w aa organised on June
$, ISM, with a membership of J.OHO. since
that time It has steadily grown until
on January t IMS, it had ft membership
of ,m in good standing In this state.
Since them the membership has Increased
s that at ths present time there sre
over 40.00S In good standing.
Maay Benefits raid.
Local lodges have furnished aid to
their members when in distress, snd ths
grand lodge, during Its existence, has
PM out nearly $10,000,000 for ths benefit
of th widows and orphans that eur
tvd the deceased members.
After the organisation In ISM in Grand
Island. Neb., ths Bev. J. O. Tats was
elected aa Its first grand master work,
man in this state, and ths following men
were elected to fill the ether offices of
the first grand lodge: Test grand mas
ter workman, S. R. Pat ton of Fremont
grand foreman. F. E. White. Plattsmouth;
grand obsrvsr. H. W. Cole. McCook;
grsnd recorder. H. M. Waring. Lincoln;
rrnd rsceivar. W. R. McAlllater. Grand
islsnd: grand guide. W. I. Boulware
Valentine; grand watchman. 8. S. Kauff
mann, Stromeburg; grand trustees. J. l.
Miller. Pved Odudi J. s. Johnson. Bu
Prior; J. W. Carr. Omaha. Ths follow,
ing men have scUvely served as grand
msster workmen In this state: J. o
Tate-. M. K. Schults. Jacob Jsakalek. O.
J. an Dyke. J. D. Brayton snd A. M.
falling, the present grand master work
man. ... ' Dossewils) Corperatlen.
This organisation at ths present time Is
Incorporated under ths laws of ths state.
rvWB.V Jonie"o corporation,
sivlng tho civil authorities of ths state
ths same control over Its finances as thry
have over ths hanking Institutions of ths
state. Tn oraer u a mutU(U OIWj1m
uon and Is not operated for fm
session of toe grand lodge Is held sverv
rZlyeT,r "?d " con,P,MI of delegates
from all subordinate lodges, who elect
tht officers and enact ths laws of the
The order owns Its own. h. ..,. ......
building at Grand Islsnd. Ths locsl con
mittoa hss at ranged a reception and en
tertatnment st ths city auditorium for
Tuesday evening, for whkh the following,
program has been arranged:
iii'rVMl- lw '. Omaha. -Arj'm
th Cspltol-Govomor J.
City of Lincoln's Welcome-Mayor
A Business Appreciation H K, Bui k
, president Commercial club
Music Male quartet.
Response for Grand Lodge A. M Wsll
"'? Ln? waster workman.
XZl lV. P- lo,,e- Omaha.
Rn!7I"' aB"." -hart Morrison.
Response for Ancient Order or United
Workmen J. O. T.ia n... -i
workman. ' m.sier
Music-Band. U. P. lodge. .Omaha.
The first session of ths Brand
will be Tuesday morning at o'clock for
organisation and appointment of commit
tees. Ths second session will ba hntit
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock for the
nomination of officers. The election of
officers will Uke place st ths third ses-
I will appear in your house.
I will accost you on the street.
V"! n n,Lmm
ion en Wednesday morning and later
sessions will be held aa announced and
Alfred James Bourne
To Give Him Wealth
(From a. Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May .-( Special. -Sleaplng
In haystacks and barn, working for
farmers at whatever he ran get and
tramping about the country with no par
ticular object In view Is the cane of one
cnltlng himself Frown, but whose real
name In Alfred J a men Bourne, liolr lo aa
'estate In Melbourne. Australia, worth!
J $T.VW. j
I-cr weeks detective hsve been or. his
track, stteinptlng to lorste him. but they
havk ao far appeared on the scene J'ist
after their man had left. The hunt be
gan In New York, covered Michigan,
North Dakota. South Dakota snd Min
neapolis. Finally Ihe trail grew warm In
Missouri, It being discovered that Bourne
had been In ft hospital In St. Joseph
twenty-five weeks, paying $1 a week fcr
his board. Frlm there he was trailed Into
Nebraska and located at Lincoln, but
before the detectives could reach him he
hsd again disappeared, going to NehtSKka
City. From there he doubled back to
Lincoln and there the trail is lot.
Since April I the detectives have chssed
Bourne i.VS miles. They describe Mm
as five feet, eight and three-fourths tall,
blus eyes, light hair, clean shaven. Roman
noss and long face, dimple In chin snd
wears gold eye slaves. He hss been
well, drilled snd walks very erect.
The property which has been left him by
ft deceased uncle, consists of A,W acres
of free laud. il.OOiv sheep, wo horses,
hundreds of cattle and 50,000 in English
money, which would make a quarter of a
million of dollars In American money and
It all lies In the bank. All he has got to
do Is to claim It. He Is Irish and M
Illah ftchool Haaqavt a llnldrege.
IIOLnREGE. Neb.. May 9 (Special.)
The Junior-senior- banquet waa held Fri
day evening. May 7. at the high school
building. Plateg were laid for 106. In
cluding members bf the faculty. A pice
program was given and sn excellent four
course dinner wss served- by the Ladles'
Aid society of ths Methodist church. Ml
Freds. Pope of Lincoln wag an out-of-town
Caeameaeeanewt at Stella.
STELLA. Neb., May s.-.(grer(,,
Commencement exercises of th Stella
High school will he. held at the opera
houe Thursday evening. May M. The
class sermon will be delivered by Rev. K.
De Freese nf Verdon Sunday evening.
May in. The Junior-senior hanqurt wss
held last evening at the home of If. H.
' Harwell Msklsg Rapid Growth.
BUR WELL. Neb., May S.-(Spet lal.)
The Congregational. Christian and Meth
odist churches have taken the church
census of Burwell and completed U to
day. It shows 1.SO0 people living In tile
corporate limits of Burwell, or a gain
of coo since the 110 United Statts cen
sus. There were l otes cast at the
recent village election. , j .
Diarrhoea Oalekly Cared.
."About two ears ago I had a severe
attacK or diarrhoea which lasted for over
a week, writes W, C. Jones, Buford, N.
D. "I became so weak thst I could not
stand upright A druggist recommended
Chamberlain's Colla snd Dlsrrhoea Rem
edy. The Jltst dose relieved me and
within two days I was as well as ever."
OUtalpable everywhere Advertisement
Rldder Rttarsi Hosne.
WEST POINT. Neb., May l.(Specla!.)
The bloodhounds which were sent from
'I here Is No
Being the Transcript of a Message given
, by Celestia, sometimes called "The
Goddess" and the Maiden from Heaven.
T'O really exist, anything must be incapable'
of being destroyed. I t is i'kw of science.
But sin. is destroyed by just thinking it sol
And therefore there is no sin.
You may think you arc bad. I will show
you that you are an ngel. You may think
that you arc beyond redemption. I will show
that I can wipe out every unholy thought and
leave you deified.
you to listen to me? I
I have left my heavenly
to helo to make the
a little better.
I will sit opposite you at your work.
will answer that nncttmn
- J ag
you. Be not afraid.
Beatrice to trail the footstep of Frank
Rldder, who disappeared mysteriously
from hla farm home at Monterey on
Wednesday evening last, arrived In this
city on Thuisday evening and were taken
to the home at once. They caught the
trail In a very few minutes and followed
It In an easterly direction to the bridge
near the farm of Hnry Harstl. k, where
operations teased for the night on ac
count of t!ie darkness. At midnight
Bidder walked into his home, but offered
no explanation as to his sHaiikr conduct
and whereabouts and did not seem to
realise the sensation he had caused. '
Note Given Xttorney
Annulled by Court
TF.Cl.MSF.il. Ncr... ..Isy 9. (Special
jTilegrsm The csc of George Rnthell,
guardian of Mrs. ,C. H. Dennis. Wi Bluet
Frank L. Dlnsmnre and M. E. Cowan
closed today after being 'tried , lefore
Judge J. u. Rnpcr In the district court
The gtiaajllan enjoined Dinsmore an.)
Cowan from disposing of a note foi
f'.'.NJ given Dlnsmnre by Mrs. Denn' i fot
rerrlces as attorney. It was claimed te
U excessive snd that Mrs. Dennis nit
not in fit mental condition to ti ansae!
business. The court ordered the note and
contract annulled. The costs were throwr
upon the defendants.
Dinsmore snd Cowan were dleassoatec
from the case.
IN FURNITURE BUSINESS
(Trom ft Staff Correspondent )
LINCOLN. Msy . rpecrtl.-Th Stst
Bosrd of Control hss shout completed
arrangements to buy the plant, good will
and everything owned by the Handcraft
Furniture company, whkh hss been
manufacturing furniture at the state
Negotiations for the purchase of the
plant have been going on for somo time,
but ths board could not see Its way clear
to pay the prices demanded by the com
pany, which at first waa CT.OW. Twiter
they came down to $37,000 and now the
figure which the board will consider will
be In the neighborhood of $:t,00O, the
exact amount to be determined by
invoice of ths material on hand.
Everyfcady Reads Tie Wsnt Ads,
TWENTY-ONE PER CENT LIFT
FOR PULLMAN CAR TAXES
(From A Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May .-e pedal.)-After a
seance with the board of assessment this
morning. Colonet Thomas Benton, repre
sentative, of the Pullman Car company
waa able to convince the hoard that the
figures reached by It yesterday were too
high and It agreed on approximately a
21 per cent Increase over last rear,
Colonel Benton hsd offered to accept a
21 per cent raise, but could not make the
hoard look at It that way.
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