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THK BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 190!).
15 REAL ESTATE CITY PROPKBTV FOH KALE. (Continued.) THE PRICE, FAYMENT AND PROFEliTY ARE RIO I IT ON THESE t-rooni cottsge, Kort repair, city water, permanent walks. shnr1 etc.; rln In anil well altuafd. near 17th and Center; only 11,175. Your own terms. Choice iisw 6-room, mod.rn cottage, cor ner lot. n.ar 3Mh anil Ames. A btir bar fain at 83.M0; eeey terms. New, l-room mntrn rnltmf large lot, near xsth and Ames, only 2,700 and bet of t ma. -room, all modern cottage, near th and Pavenport, choice lot, shade, permanent walks, etc.; best downtown rottasje hom, bargain at 3.1W. Fmall cash payment, bal ance umi an rent. -room, modern residence, lot 5nx14fl. near 22d and Maple, only tl'.mo. Can arrange terms to milt. Very deslrahle home place. 7-room. mod ern house, large lot and barn; tool house; shade, concrete walka, etr.; bent location, near 43d and Orant. Offered at 82.600 fur Immediate aale. IS-room cot I ace. aewer. eloaet. pan. city water, paved atreet. etc.: valuable locution, near 24th and Ieavenworth, only $l,K.r.O; $75 raah, IIS per month. RUSSELL k McKITRICK CO., 482 Rtmit HI dir. 15th and Harney. A. P. Tukey & Son List of Lots Lot . block . Clifton Hill, $lr4). Lot I. block , Clifton Hill, 3E0. lot 10, block , Clifton Hill, $3M. Theae lota have aewer, water and per' manent sidewalk, all paid. Kach lot ti 60x80 ft. to an alloy; One block to car. Trackage lota In Clifton Hill very cheap. Lota 14, 15 and 16. block 1, Ralph Place, 450 each. Lota 24 and 25, block 1. Ralph t'lace, $t each. These lota are on Dewey Ave. between 42d and 44th, fronting aouth on new hos pital grounds. Can make very easy terms. Lots 2, S and 4, block IS, Lawnfleld, $250 each. These are full acre lots and are very cheap. Located on V. Center St. road, Smalt cash payment. F.aJance monthly. Tou can make a living off of these three acres and be Independent. A. P. Tukey & Son, 444 Board of Trade Bldg. Phone Douglas 2181. 5 ACRES $1,375.00 $300 CASH One mile from Benson and close to paved road. High and sightly and fine for self- supporting suburban home. PAYNE INVESTMENT CO., First Floor N. Y. Life 'Bldg. Tel. A-1188; Doug. 1781. West Douglas Street $3,750 for 4257 Douglas street, two-story, square house, with nice reception hall, parlor, -dining room and kitchen, three bedrooms and bath on second floor, fine basement, good furnace, hot and cold water,- combination fixtures; house built one year ago. Corner lot with fine shade and room to build an other house. This Is a splendid bargain and only one block from Farnam car. Would be glad to show you the property any time. Payne, Bostwick &Co. Sole Agents, Main Floor N. Y. Life. CHEAP LOT ON DEWEY AVE 1800 for 46 by 69 feet, on Dewey Ave., i.ear 2Mb. St. Where can you beat UT OEORGE CO., Sole Agents. 1601 Farnam St. PAY $10 CASH, $5 PER MO. and then arrange With ua for building a new home on one or two of the choicest building lota anywhere available at these prices (4oo to $600. If you appreciate a beautiful landscape view, high and sightly, but level elevation,' finest of locations and surroundings, convenient to car, no city taxes, reduced living expenses, and the pleasure of a new home, select a alte In beautiful Halcyon Heights, on Lynn ave- - nue, two blocks south of Military avenue . and Benson business district. RUSSELL & McKITRICK CO., 432 Ramge Block, 16th and Harney Sta. One Acre, Fruit and Garden West of Miller park on Curtla Ave., good a. room house, barn an' splendid place for ' fruit, garden and chickens. Price, 2.'M). rayne, bostwick & La Sole agents. Main Floor N. T. Life. 12,160-OWNKR MUST SELL 12,250. A fine, 7-room home, near Corby, on 17 th St.; modern except htat; In fine con dition. DEAN-ANDREWS CO., 42J N. T. L. New 6-Room House in Creighton's First addition, strictly mod ern, all ready to occupy, owner will take vacant lot as first payment on this prop erty, balance monthly payments. Just Ilk paying rent. Don't fail to see It at once. Payne, Bostwick &. Co Sole Agents, Main Floor N. Y. Life. I WANT a lot to build a house on; give description and price. Address E 30, care Bee. ' LIST your property with Chris Boyer. fc!d and Cuming Sta UK I So BUY OK OWNER Beautiful, modern homer 8 rooms, hot water heat, large lawn 4vith shade, fruit trees, etc., cistern with water piped to bath room, new chicken barn, cemented, plastered basement under whole house. Price 4.260. Look It over at 4U33 Seward St., or Inquire at 401 Briiuia block. 'Phone Webster 3M1. Cottage Home for $2,400 located on North 20th Blvd., five rooms with gaa and electrto light, batli, open plumbing, house nearly new. This la a bargain. 1 Payne, Bostwick & Co. Sole Agents. Main Floor N. YT Life. Close In Home Splendid (-room house, all modern, nearly pew, oak finish. Owner anxious to sell and has reduced price from le,6u0 to 15.SUJ. Here la your opportunity. Birkett & Tebbens, V 43 Bee Bldg. 'Phones: Doug. 4764. A-K64. IF YOUVHAVJC city property, larm. ram-n landa or mer chandise to eeil or trade, list them with ma It costs you nothing unless I effect a aale. W. Mitchell. Board of Trails Bid. REAL ESTATE CITY PHOI'KHTY FOR ALB (Continued.) Four Cottages at a Bargain In the north part of the cltv we have four cottage on larire plce of ground, renting fur ,Ji per year. We can sell the entire group for ITi.iiOO. Payne, Bostwick & Co. Bole Agents. Main Floor N. Y. Life. REAL ESTATE FARM AND KA.N," LaNU FOB till Colerad. LAND for aale In Colorado within mllee o( Julesburg, nice prairie, S10 per acre; down, balance t years' time. Address Thon.as Cochrane, Lincoln. Neb. Minnesota. FOR PALE My home farm of 8 acres; good builriiiig, splendid soli. Write for particular and picture of buildings to L. ( lemons, RujIi City, Minn. Nebraska. BEND for long list; farms to $100 per acre. BKM18. Brandela Bldg. BIO SNAP FOR SALE. Fine Improved farm, 160, In central Ne braska: all in cultivation but few acres; Z6 acres alfalfa; handy to town and school; price 87 acre; good terms; one of the beat in the state. Address the owner, Y 79. care Bee. IIOMESEEKERS AND LAND 6PECU- LATOR3. .1 have a number of choice tracts of land In Gregory, Tripp, and Myer counties. So. Dak. I deal in newly patented Indian lands, and can furnish clear unincumbered titles for all lands 1 control. Write me for prices and descriptions. Office at Ciiegory, So. Dak. Dr. E. T. 8pencer. DECIDED BARGAIN $f5 Per Acre, Worth $80. Well Improved 160-acre farm In Clay Co., Neb., 3 miles from Deweese, a good mar ket town; HO acres In cultivation, 10 In ai f.ilfs which cut 4 crops last year of 2 tone ench' to the acre. The Improvements con sist of a good 8-room house, well, windmill, milk house, granary, bUKgy shed, tool house, chicken house, hog house, stable for 6 horses, cornorlb 12x42, S acres fenced hog tight with woven wire; fine grove near house; close to school and churches; soil Is rich, black, mellow loam, with -clay sub soll; all aecond bottom except N. E. corner, which has gentle rise. Thfa farm has al ways produced large crops. Corn yielded 65 bushels to the acre laat year. Pasture Is bluegrass and blue Joint. This Is a big bargain and about half cash will do; bal ance at 61 per cent interest. KD JOHNSTON t CO., Phone Doug. 1236. 1614 Farnam St. GOOD LAND CHEAP. 640 acres, western Nebraska, $3.26 per acre; uu casn, xi.zsu payable In eight years, 1160 each year: low rate of Interest. 80 acres In Dundy county, Nebraska, $6.50 per acre. All casn. 160 acres In Kimball county, Nebraska, four miles south of Dlx: Swedish settle ment; every acre can be cultivated. Price tin per acre. 80 acres In Polk county, Nebraska, near usceoia. per acre. J. O. BONE, Council Bluffs, la. US Shugart Blk. 'Phone Ut Kimball County BARGAIN 640 acres, almost level land. 14 miles N. W. of Kimball, the county seat, fenoed and cross-fenced, deep black loam on which anytning can be raised that is grown in Neb.: uO acres now In oats, wheat, rye. corn and potatoes, balance fine crass, but all can be cultivated; good four-room house witn out-Kilcnen and cellar; Darn ror I horses; house for chickens, hog pena, yards, etc On account of the owner's age (he Is 72) and sickness of his wife, this place Is ottered ror quick sale at iio per acre, part of which can stand at low Interest. Would take cottage in Omaha or South Omaha. or amall Improved country place close to either city at actual cash value up to 12,600. This la surely a great bargain and will be worm au per acre in less than five years, See or write us at once about this. ED JOHNSTON & CO., Phone Doug. 1235. 1414 Farnam. 8U Soot Dakota. FARMERS READ THIS. One farmer hi every community can earn large commissions by Inducing his friends to come to the famous Rosebud country to invest in tne nest larm land m the United States at the prices at which It Is being aold from $7.00 up. W hole -sections for less than a poor quarter costs In the older com munities. Write for particulars. You can earn thousands of dollars a year If you hustle. Rosebud Realty Co., Dallas, 8. D. MlsoellAnnona. Irrigated Lands BIO crops of fruit, grain, alfalfa, sugar beets, canteloupes and vegetables. Fine for homes, will pay for itself in two to six y-ais, annual Income ac INVESTMENT 11 to S PER CENT I, . ,n M i.i w K i . . . 1 years. For descriptive booklet write Isaac Coruier, cnamoer commerce, Omaha, Neb. Reliable Agenie waniea. IMPROVED farms, wild land, stock ranches, Minnesota, Dakota, Montana. Bed rock prices, u. a: Mcuaboni fendlootl St. Paul, Minn. REAL ESTATE LOANS 100 TO 110.000 made promptly, p. r. We4, weaa uiug-. i fin. iu; eie PRIVATE money to loan. J. U. Sherwood, Hit Brand sis Bldg. UX 81f PAYNE. B JSTW1CK CO.. If. t. Ufa, Private money, U00 to ft.0u0; low rata FIVE PER CENT MONEY to loan on Omaha Business Property. THOMAS BRBNNAN, Room l, hew York Life Bldg. tioo TO fc.U0.0O0 on Improved property; ne delay. UAKV1N BROS., 1604 Farnam 81 to" WEST RATES BemU. Brandela Bldg. 1600 TO 15.000 on homea In Omaha. O'Keefe Real Estate Co., 1001 N. Y. Life. Doug, or A-21M. (22)-il WANTED City loana and warrants. W. Farnaut Smith 4k Co., lM Farnam St. MONEY TO LOAN Payne Invesraent Co. WANTED City loana Peters Trust Co. SSCOND MORTGAGE) loana negotiated. Apply Rouins 417-11 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Bell Phrne Douglas Kit. (tl il REAL ESTATE WANTED WE HAVE BUYERS for a 6-roora house, a 6-rooin nous ana a coupia oi vacant iota. NOWATA LAND AND LOT COMPAJ4Y. Suite U4 N. Y. Life BlUg., Omaha. Phoue Bed IHM. Open aiveninga WANTED TO BUY A f'rst-clese Doug las county farm of su or more acres, lying west and within ten miles or so ot Omaha, on paved road. Give full particulars. Ad dress J s. care Bee. STOVE REPAIRS NEW fnrr .-: hot water and hot air com bination heating. 1 and 4-hole laundry hot water heaters, mantle grates, ga toves repaired, water fronts and llower , vase. Omaha Stove Repair Works, UsM 12ut Douglas St. Phone ind. A-J&O. Bell Douglas imo. WANTEDTO BUY BEST price paid for second-hand furniture, carueta clothe and sImmm. Tel. Doug. toll. BEST price paid for Id-hand furniture, stoves, clothing. Win. Kueeablatt. Tel. Douglaa MOL (16 aW , DIRT to fill several lota or piece high up property near Eighth and Dorcas; munt he cheap. Address A la, care Bee, WANTE&-T0 RENT WE are getting Inquiries for well located bouses. Must have sole agency. Nowata Land ara Lot Company, suite C24 N. Y. Life Bldg. Phone Bed U99i Omaha. Nb. Open evenings. tZfcl 130 THREK modern furnished rooms for light housekeeping, for man and wife; no chil dren Address O-S, care Fee. WANTED SITUATIONS For high grade men, call Omaha Y. M. C. A. Experienced nurse would like care of Invalid or Infant. Best of references. Ad dress E 98, Bee. WANTED By young single man, M years of age, a job on farm or with stock feeder; best of reference. Address D 88, ere Bee. WANTED Position as assistant cashier In bank; have had nine months' experi ence in Harlan County bank, where I am now employed; can furnish satisfactory ref erences as to ability, habits, etc. Carl P. r letoher, Alma, Neb. WANTED Position as bookkeeper, one who ran adapt himself to any system, has a thorough business education and two years experience or would take place as esststsnt. Address W 1SS, care nf Bee o BUGGIES WAGONS WANT THE ROOM If you want a bargain you'll get it Drummond's 18th and Harney 1- LEGAL NOTICES Katie ( teekkoHera' Meeting!. To the stockholders of THE MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY: In conformity with the requirements of the Constitutions and laws of the states of Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska and the by-laws of the Company, YOU ARk! HEREBY NOTIFIED that by resolution of the Board of Dlrectora of The Missouri Paolfic Railway Company duly adopted at a meeting of aald Board on the 3tti day of May, A. D., lsOe, a meeting of the stock holders of The Missouri Pacific Railway 1 Company has been called to be held at the office of the Company, Room 70 Missouri Pacific Building, In the City of St. Louis, In the State of Missouri, on the sixth day of August, A. D. 1WM, at nine o'clock In the forenoon, (1) For the purpose of considering a Con tract and Articles of Consolidation bearing date the loth day of May, 190. neretofore made and entered Into by and on behalf of The Missouri Pacific Railway Company and the following named corporations by order of their respective Boards of Directors: The Kanaaa and Colorado Pacific Rail way Company, a consolidated corporation of the State of Kansas; The Central Branch Railway Company, a consolidated corporation of the State of Kansas; The Rooks County Railroad Company, a corporation of the State of Kansas; The Nevada and Mlnden Railway Com pany, a corporation of the State of Mis souri; . Nevada and Mlnden Railway Company of Kansas, a corporation of the State of Kansas; Kansas City and Southwestern Railway Company of Missouri, a corporation of the State of Mlssoufl; Kansas City and Southwestern Railway Company, a corporation ol the State of Kansas; The Fort Scott Central Railway Com pany, a consolidated corporauou of the State of Kansas; Kanopolla and Kansas Central "Railway Company, a corporation of the State of Kansas: The Kansas Southwestern Railway Com pany, a corporation of the State of Kansas; and The LeRoy and Caney Valley Air Line rtallroad company, a corporation oi me State of Kansas, whereby all or any of aald corporations and The Misaouri Pacific Railway Company have agreed to consolidate In the whole, and to consolidate the stock of the re spective cqmpanlea making such consolida tion, ana to xorcn ana mase unuer nnu pur suant to the laws of the States of Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska, a new, consolidated corporation, to be known aa The Missouri Pactflo Railway Company, owning, con trolling, possessing and bringing under one management all and singular the lines of railroad and other properties, real, personal and mixed, powers, rights, privileges, im munities and franchises, belonging to any of the companies making such consolida tion, upon the terms and conditions fixed and stated by said Contract and Article of Consolidation; (3) For the purpose of voting upon th question whether such Contract and Ar ticles of Consolidation, so made and en tered Into, shall be ratified, assented to, ap proved and adopted and such consolidation consummated, or whether such Contract and Articles of Consolidation shall be re jected: (3) to oonsiaer ana ot upon tne adop tion of a resolution accepting the provis ions of Article II of Chapter 11 of the Re vised Statute of the State of Missouri, 1809, and to authorise the filing thereof, all a required by Section numbered 1060 of uch Revlaed Statute In th case of con solidation of railway corporations; and (4) To take any other action In the pre mises, and to transact any other business that may properly com before the meeting. such contract ana Articles or consolida tion will be submitted to the meeting of the stockholders so called for examination and every stockholder attending will be fur- nisr-ed with a printed copy thereof, and at any Mme before such meeting any stock. bold will be furnished with a printed cop; or sucn contract ana Arucie or conso lidation upon application therefor during business hours to the Assistant Secretary of the Company, at the office of the Com pany In the City of St. Louis, Missouri. Dated, May th, GEORGE J. OOTILD, President of The Missouri Paclfio Railway Company. A. H. CALEF, Secretary of The Missouri Paclfio Railway Company. ,J2toA GOVERNMENT NOTICES MILITARY PRISON, FORT LEAVEN worth, Kan., June 11, U09. Sealed pro posals. In triplicate, for furnishing laundrv machinery will be received here until 10 a. m. July l. ana then publicly epened. Information furnished on application. En velope to be Indorsed "Proposals for Laundry Machinery" and addressed to the quartermaster, C. 8. Military Prison. JUU-30 OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER- termaster, r on ieavenworth, Kansas, june 10, iwi. oeaiea proposals, m tripli cate, will be received here until 11 a. rn central time, July 14, 100, and then opened. lor rumiuhlng and delivering In good condition f. o. b. cars, freight prepaid. 1.167 cubic yards ballast for U. S. railway terminals at Fort Leavenworth. Kansas Full Information and blank forma of pro posal furnished on application to this of- nce. Where specifications may be seen. United Slatee reeervee the right to accept or reject any or all proposals or any part thereof. Envelopes should be tndnrul "Proposals for Ballast" and addressed to captain vt m. i. tiavls, Quartermaster. Jle-lMft-U-JyU-U ADYE&TUE IN THE OMAHA BEE BEST IN THE WEST Iowa FOOD COMMISSION IS BUSY Fint Prosecution Under New State Law Art Commenced. FOUR PAINT DEALERS ARE CITED T we Corporations Are Ala Ifcarsrea wltk Helling? Cones aaa Ice Cream Below tne State Standard. (From a Staff Correspondent.) DES KOINES, June IS. (Special Tele gramsThe State"' Food and Dairy com mission today Inaugurated Its first prosecu tion for Infractions of the state law gov erning the sale of paints and kindred com modities. Informations were filed against four Iowa dealers for falling to set forth on the labels the percentage of Ingredient and the net measure of the, contents. The defendants are Otto L. Martin, Shannon City; Nelson & Nelson, Tingley; J. K. Hartman, Clearfield; P. H. Baxter, Ben ton. Information was also filed against W. A. Hood of Sheldon for selling Ice cream cone containing saccharine. Hornbaker Bros, of Mount Sterling and E. C. Harsh of Fort Dodge are accused cf selling Ice cream below standard. The executive council today "allowed th claim of Pharmacy Commissioner B. F. Keltx. for $324.14 without word or comment, the late squabble between the governor and MYKelts when he was Invited to resign, seemingly having been forgotten. After Fire Insaranee Agent. Agents of fire insurance companies must walk the chalk line or have their licenses revoked by the state auditor, according to the annual report Issued from the auditor of state today. In the letter of transmittal to the governor. State Auditor Bleakley says the department has been greatly an noyed because agents for fire Insurance companies have stirred up discord by tak Ing up unexpired fire Insurance policies and rewriting the assured In their own com panics. In many cases the agent would seoure possession of the policy and boldly send it to the company by whom It was iessued and demand the unearned premiums. In some case they would dictate the letter for the assured to sign. The auditor then state that while the companies must return the unearned premium when demanded If he Is . given proof that agents for other companies are Instrumental In causing the Insured to be come dissatisfied he will revoke their licenses. De Moines Bond Sold. The $350,000 worth of Dea Moines city bonds were taken today by George M. Bechtet & Co. of Davenport, la., at 4 per cent and the money will be used to erect the new city hall on the' east side of the river. Local bankers tried to convince the city council that It couldn't sell the bonds unless they bore 4V4 per cent. Police Will Organise. In order to perfect a state organization of police chiefs and marshal of Iowa cities. Chief Miller of Dea Moines wtH Issue call for a meeting to be held In Dea Moines In July for the purpose of forming uch organisation. Fifty CsXtle Slain. Fifty head of cattle from the arms of the state institutions were taken to the slaughter house at Ottumwa and killed, and all were found to be afflicted with tuberculosis. The cattle were separated from the herds of the state farm after an examination by the state veterinarian. They all reacted to the tuberculin test. and when slaughtered were found to be afflicted with tuberculosis. The action was taken as part of a sys tematic move that has been under way for some months to rid the herds of the state farms from this trouble. Some ot the cattle killed last at Ottumwa were from the state tuberculosis sanitarium at Iowa City,' where milk from the afflicted cattle was fed to patients already afflicted with the disease. The work will not stop till every herd Is entirely free from such trouble. Fruit Ootlook Good. Wesley Greene, state horticulturist, said today that there Is every indication that the fruit crop of Iowa thia year will be good, with the exception of peaches, which are nearly a total failure, and cherries, which will be light. All other fruit crops will be about average, If weather, condi tions from this on are satisfactory, anS the berry crop will be big If the same favorable conditions continue. G. A. R. Appointments. Michael McDonald, department com mander of the Iowa Grand Army of the Republic, has announced the following ap pointments: Chief of staffr Captain H. M. Plckell, Des Moines; department Inspector, William Blades, Dubuque; judge advocate, John F. Lacey, Oskaloosa; chief muster ing officer, J. B. Dennes, Traer; patriotic Instructor, A. D. Collier, Sioux City. Dr. George A. Newman was reappointed assistant adjutant and quartermaster gen eral. Board of Examiner. The state board of educational examiner I meeting In Des Moines for the purpose of going over the qualification of the col lege of the state before making the new classification. Ex-Representative A. F. N. Hambleton of Oskaloosa, with officials of Penn c6llege of that city, are here to appear before the board. Convicts Write Verse-. 'Convict Verse" is th title of a small volume of poetry distributed In the mail to offices in the state house today. The volume was written by James Gordon Stell and John Null,' Inmate of the Fort Madi son penitentiary. l.lentennnt Resigns. Lieutenant William W. Smith of Com pany L of the Fifty-fourth Iowa National Guard ha tendered hi resignation to Ad jutant General Logan, because of business affairs. ' Father and Son . Victims of Cars Dubuque Man Bun Down While Look in; for Boy Killed on Top of Train. DUBUQUE, la Jut,. 1A Siuu-la) R. cent develoDm.ntfl h.va nvultd th.t Harry Waldlng. who wa run down and killed by the car In th local yard ot th Illinois Central, waa acarchlna- far til. run. way son, Richard, who waa killed the same night while riding on top of a North western passenger train near Clinton. The boy' body was found on top of th train when It pulled into Clinton. Th. vnum man had left home a few day before, and In the hope of finding him, the father went through the railroad yards, ercblng car ri . i. 'at wmimitimmimmmmwnitirtTvrn1- , -t ; , ri,. ...fa, ; ' ' I One little girl described Colorado as a place where "it's f winter up on the roof and summer downstairs." But contrasts aren't all that's wonderful in the Rockies the air has a tingle arid a tang and will takc a man whose horse-power has run down to ten and recharge him up to sixty. Come on out to Colorado and take an air bath better than a surf bath. It will put more red discs in your blood and more real ideas in your brain it will hang more wonderful pictures in the gallery of your memory than any other one spot in the uni verse. But if you want to have a pleasant journey from start i;o finish, make your vacation start when you start take the The best way and the way of most comfort, without costing more. Round trip tickets on tele daily, June 1st to September 30th; from Omaha, $17.50? Peoria, $26.75; Des Moines, $21.75; Twin Cities, $27.40; final limit October 31, 1909. Send today for our illustrated book "Under the Turquoise Sky" or our folder "Thro Scenic Colorado and Yellowstone Park to the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition" free on request. CEO. S. PENTECOST, Die. rWr Agi. after car. While he was doing so he was run down by a switch engine. Will Sell Telephone System. WEBSTERCITY, la., June 18. iSpecial.) E. H. Martin, well known telephone man and capitalist, ha announced his Intention of leaving Webster City. He will move to Minneapolis. The Martin telephone plant here, which Is capitalised at $200,000, will be sold. A plan Is now on foot to re organize the company and dispose of It to a number of prominent Independent Iowa telephone men. C. P. Holdeegle ot Rock well City of the Iowa Telephone dealing House directorate has been In the city looking over the plant and It Is likely that the re-organisation will take place under hi supervision. Iowa News Note. WEBSTER CITY The Webster Cllv Commercial league is offering a prise of 15 for a motto to use on a booster button, which everyone In Jhls city will soon be wearing. The competition . ends Tuesday night. CLEAR MKE The national conference of Evangelical Lutheran churches of America, which has been in session here, closed today after selecting Lodl, Wis., as the next meeting place. Vermilion, B. 1)., and Mlnot, N. D., were aelected for the quarterly conference. STATE CENTER-Surrounded by their children and grandchildren, other relatives and friends and neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oehlsen, a well known German couple living near State Centre, celebrated today the flfthleth anniversary of their wedding. Ninety guests sat down to the wedding feast, which was served at noon. CEDAR RAPIDS Ninety Austrlans. with their two Interpreters, who are employed In the Northwestern railroad quarrlea in the southern part of the city, struck this morn ing for an Increase of from $1.50 to $1.75 a day. The Austrlans were satisfied with their pay until they learned that bridge crews, which were working near them were getting $1.75. DEATH RECORD. i Judge M. J. Sfoyer. MADISON, Neb., June 18. (Special. )- Judge M. J. Moyer passed away at his home In this clly at . 12:10 o'clock today, death resulting from heart and stomach complication He was U years of age. The end was not wholly unespeoted, as he had been slowly, but surely, falling for so mo months. Judge Moyer was well known to the people of Madison county, having served aa county Judge from January 1890. to January, 1894, and to the bar of this and neighboring counties as a practicing at torney. About two and a half years ago, owing to failing health, he sold his law business and library to H. 8. McDuffle. He leaves a wife and four children. The fu neral will take place Sunday afternoon, conducted by Rev. D. W. McGregor of the Methodist Episcopal church, of which he was a member, and Interment will be made In the Claussen cemetery. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Anna E. Cafferty to Otto H. Meyer, lot S. block 5, E. V. Smith's addi tion I 1.1 Zora B. Plummer and husbsnd to Thomas P. Mahammltt, lot 8, Flack's subdivision .'. 1 Jeannle 8. Dike et al. to H. B. Hln ton, sV, sub lot 1, tax lot 84, seVi sw"4 W-lfi-lS 1 Smith Omaha Land company to Prank Fllpove, nVfc lot 1, block 43, South Omaha John Stuber and wife to John J. Rvan, lot 1. block 7, Pullman place Wllilam A. Smith and wife to C. H. Remington, lot IS, block 1, Olencoe place 22S M0 Charles P. Traver to E. R. Ne.dham, part lot 6, and 4, block 1, Summit place 1K.OO0 N. A. Kuhn and wife to Katharine K. Woodworth, lot (. block 1 Kllby place 1 Omaha Savings bank to Catherine Allen, part out lot J71, Florence... 1 John E. George to Anna Qulnlan, lot 83. Sullivan's addition 160 J. H. Price et al, referees, to 8. A. Forgey, lot I block 118, Florence Same to Margaret K King et al, part e1 ne4 84-W-12 Edith 8. Benford and husband to Ada I. Hopper, lot 16. block 7, Pop- pleton park 1,000 Sophia F. Hansen and husband to Oeorge A. Parser ana wire, part lot 87, block S. Park place Timothy Broderlck and wife to Mai Betster. lot t block 83B. South Omaha 1.100 1.70 Total I in DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE Becent Advance in Industrial Activ ity Fully Maintained. GOOD BEP0BTS EVEBYWHEBE Demand from Railroad Ha Greatly Strengthened the Iron and Steel Trade general Feeling; of Optimism Prevails. NEW YORK, June 1R.-R. O. Dun tt Co.' Weekly Review of Trade tomorrow will say: The advance recently made en Industrial activity and business confidence Is fully maintained. From the leading cities come advices of wider wholesale and retail dis tribution, larger employment of labor, ad ditional work for contractors and builders, Increased demand for manufacturing ma terials, satisfactory advance) fall sales. v Brightening of demand from the rail roads haa become a feature In the market for Iron and steel, and this strengthens th general feeling of optimism. The erec tion of new bridges and buildings calls for a good tonnage of material, and ex tension and Improvements are constantly being made. Reports also Indicate a slight hardening oT quotations named by fabrica tors. Activity continues In the pig Iron division at firmly held prices, sales reach ing substantial dimensions. In the primary dry goods market futures are universally higher than current quota tion, and the market generally shows a strengthening tone. Th print cloth situation Is as strong as ever, and some good sales have been made. Wide convertibles have been taken at the advancing quotations. Prlnta are moving freely and jobbers are anticipating their wants. In view of the probable advance next month. In the woolen goods division the market for cheaper grades of men's wear has been opened, while serges ara to be opened next week. - The volume of business In packer hides at Chicago continues to be fair. Foreign dry hide were well cleaned up recently at a alight decline from the high est point reached a while ago, and al though there have alnoe been further ar Satarday SATURDAY we are offering Special Values in GO-CARTS. $3.25 Folding Go-Cart, Saturday only, at '2.25 $4.00 Folding Go-Cart, Saturday only, at 2.75 $2.50 Folding Go-Cart, Saturday only at 1.75 $2.00 Folding Go-Cart, Saturday only at 1.40 $5.75 Folding Go-Cart, Saturday only at 3.75 Big Miller, Stewart & Beaton 413-1S-17 South lOtti St. Ik rival, the tendency ot th dry hide market Is firmer. Trade In sole leather 1 good at full prices, with extensive deliveries being made. Oak ole I stronger, with heavy leather closely sold up In all tanneries. BHADSTRERT'l REVIEW OP TRADE Report that . General Tendency Is Toward Improvement. NEW YORK, June 18. Bradstreet s to, morrow will say: The tendency Is still toward improvement, the general crop situation, manufacturing Industry and bookings for fall showing fur ther gains, but Irregularities of weather tall trade and t hereby affects reorder business with Jobber. In Industrial lines the tendenoy Is toward further expansion of operations. Numer ous early cuts In wages have been restored and employment is more widely diffused. The building trade probably lead In vol ume of activity, but there ar still com plaints that lumber la not selling as freely as expected. The Iron and steel Industry maintains previous activity, though operations are still below normal. Railroads are buying more freely. Good reports come from the woolen and worsted manufacturing lines and southern cotton consumption for the season 1 much larKer than a year ago. The leather trade. Including boots and shoes, note a continu ance of activity. The western coal trade is looking up. Business failures In th United Statr for the week ending with June 17 were 213. against 197 last week. 2M In th Ilk week of 1908, ICS In 1907, 171 In 1906 and 117 In l.X. v Business fafiures for the week In Canada number 28, against 29 last week and tt In the same week of 1908. Wheat, Including flour, exports from the United States and Canada for the week ending June 17 aggregate 1.086,590 bushels, against 1.SCT.1K4 last week and 4.419,944 this week last year. For the fifty-one weeks tndlng June 17 this year exports are IBS, A.m bushels, against 198,716.211 bushel In the corresponding period last year. Corn exporta for the week are 42.1x0 bushel, against 14.814 bushels last week and M.0I1 bushels in 1908. For the fifty-one week ndlng June 17 corn export are 81,631 (MS bushel, against 4j0. 209,778 bushel laat year. Big Gold Shipment. SEATTLE, Wash., June It. Six and a half ton of virgin gold, valued at tt.800.000, the largest single shipment ever sent from Alaska, arrived on th steamer Jefferson from Juneau today. Spselals Pillows and Cushions for' porch furniture, cover of best quality cretonne, Saturday Special, each !SO? Cedar Chips are the best moth preven , tlves, leaves no unpleasant odor. Large package, Saturday Special, each.... 5. I2.B0 Akmlnster Rug, size 27i54, Oriental and Floral designs, new and beautiful colorings, Saturday only, each.. $1.55 $8.00 Mahogany Table, genuine Mahogany top and shelf, size of table X4iJ4. with fancy shaped legs, (like cut), Saturday Spoclal 5.00 Sale of Room Size logs KONDAJf.