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THE REE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE SO,
- REAL ESTATE riTV PHOPKRT V roil SAI.K. (Continued ) DESIUADLE HOMES AT REDUCED PRICKS IS 000 for 7-room cottage, on , Spauluing St., 1 block from ftth St.. tnwl'rn except heat. In excellent condition, excep tionally well built, small brn, beautiful shade trees, paving In. and paid tor. 14. Mi for 1-story. 7-room , house, located on Btnney St., Just rant of Blirrmtn Ave., new, well constructed, with re- eeptlon hall, strictly modern, ' hot water heat, newly deco rated, lot 10x114 ft. r,i0 for a 7-room oak finish, modern honse, with recep tlon hall, located on F.mmet St., Just eaet of Boulevard. - Thla propwtr was built by owner for a home and haa been reduced from M.TuO for , quirk nale: lot W)xl24 ft. Pur chaser to assume paving tax. $4.700 7-i oom modern house, ' tiew, oak finish, with good barn and chicken house, fine had tree, corner lot. 50x124 ft., located on Fpencer St. Re duced from 16.300 for quick sale on account of owner leaving city H.OOO l-roorn modem house, newly palniad and In good con dition, loraied on 31st Ava. near boda St.; lot W4xl3fi ft. West Farnam dlatrlct. Rea sonable terms can be made on . each, of the above described ,. , proptarile and art well worth the frl'-e heked. ..dfcoRUK A CO.. 1U Farnam Pt. NEAR FIELD CLUB. decant bungalow containing Urge recep tion hall, parlor, dlulngroom, two bed rooms, bath and kitchen; two colonnade, openings; elegant electric light and gas fixtures; parlor, dining room and recep tion all nicely papered; all nickel pulmb Ingi full, cemented cellar; lot 3Sxl5; pcr pianent cement sidewalks; located at Ml South Kth Ave.; keys at 1002 South 3Sth Ava. Price, $.1,000; moderate terms. C. O. CART. HERO. . . til N. T. Ilf Bldg. . SHERMAN AVE. AND BURDETTE - Vacant lot 60x131, south front, fin resi dence location AREAL BARGAIN NOWATA LAND LOT CO. Suite K24 N. Y. Life Bldg. Thon Red 1M. Omaha. Nab. NEAT COTTAGE HOME Five rooms, one block from Ames AtV car Una; wall, cistern, barn, cement walks, fruit trees, nice shady lawn. For quick action, 12,000; GALLAGHER & NELSON, ,)' Bra'ndels Bldg., Omaha, Neb. LIFT . your property with Cbrta Bqyer, 7?d and Cuming 8ta OKI ) $1,760 -ROOM cottage, good as new, one half block -from car; lot MoEaoh ron Realty Co., 1934 Laka, Phon Web. 166L BOULEVARD HOtJSK. SIM North lth St, f rooms, modern, only 12. BOO. Thomas Breniian. Room 1 New Tork Life Illdg. Opposite Brownell Hall. Nine-room house.' less than six yean old, modern In every respect, lot 6fixl31 .5; shade anil fruit trees; property worth $10,000, but will accept any reasonable orrer. GALLAGHER & NELSON, 400 Rrandela Bldg., Omaha, Neb. REAL ESTATE FAItn ANIl HAKtll UMI FOR IALI Colore). FOR SAE 4.000 acres of land with good water for a large part of same at dry land prices. Woodruff it Mumper, P. O. Box ITS, Orerly. Colo. Mlamvaota. $20 "ACRES welllmproved land. Red fiver valley,- Mlrrnesota; nothing better on earth: $4$ per acre, D. T. McMahon, Sndl cotr St., Bt Paul. Minn. Nekraaka. 'BEitfb lor tong .Itsf.farma s to $10$ per acre. BEM1S. Branrtets Bldg. Eighty acre Polk county. Nebraska; $-16 per acre; will make good terms. J. O. Bone, Council Bluffs, la., 'Phone Bell 803. Another Prize Story "WHERE TO ADVERTISE. Clara Lundberg. $4$ I street. Fremont, Neb. Mr. Uuit Lundberg. Seventh A grade. Central school; Teacher Mis Swearlngun, Aged U Tear. WANTED Olrl for general housework, at N. 19th BU Mr. . In a beautiful two-tory house, located near Capitol avenueT Omaha, Neb., lived Mr. and Mrs, J. B. Martin and their four small children. The oldest child was 6 year old. She had been a cripple all her life and had to b taken car of a a baby. They had asked several of the beet doc tor In the state, but they had given her case up a Inourable. In thl hotis also were flv boarders, and Mr. Martin had all th work to do. '1 cannot stand It muoh longer. If I don't get aoma on to help me," Mrs. Martin would say whan her husband re turned In th evening. After advertising for sometime In sev eral paper there came a girl to apply for the position. She was very good at first, but after working her for several month there su a great change In her; she began tq get careless and cross and these are om of th thing ah would do: Rise about 7:0$ a. m., let th bread burn In th oven, break dishes very often, and would always be lata In getting meals. On day there was to be a party at thl house and Mrs. Martin had this girl do extra work. Thl made her very angry. When she m-a going to make the rake she made various mistake. She used two eup fulls of salt In It Instead of sugar, and In stead of using extract for flavor she used cough medicine. Imagine th taate of that cake. "" Mrs. Martin did not know this, so when th cake was cut and passed to the guest ' trier wa great excitement. The party broke up and everybody went home, some feeling very slok from It. When Mr. Mar tin earn horn In th evening hs was told everything that had happened. He then went to th girl and said: "Leave this plec-e at one, and do not com back - again." She did as ah was told, feeling very sorry over what she did. Mr. Martin now had all th work to herself. She knew If she did not get help sh could not stand It. Sh did her best for a long time, but finally she took sick and had to remain In bed for some time. Mr. Martin then thought It beet to ad vertise again. This time he advertised In the Omaha Beo. and with great success. ' Three day after ha put In the advertise ment they had employed another girl. Sh aid everything nicely and was always happy. So Mr. Martin was soon well. She la still working at thl place and everyone la satisfied o "It say to ad vertise In Th Bee." TOMORROW IS TILE LAST DAY FOR THIS WEEK'S : ; CONTEST. IS YOUR STORY READY f - RFAt FSTATF FIRM AND RtNtll I.AM FOH ltB Nrkrsakt- L tinned. i I n , 1 n mil. nnrlh and tWO VI SUVJ I.I IN 1 " ' .....v - -- esst of North Hrtid. Fifteen hundred acrs under cultlvaticn. laa.i sum m tiscia on easy saymems at prlcea from $m) to $K0 per acre, according to Improve- mentf. AOiireia brneii ikirn, iyi Neb. A SNAP. ... . , .llfa frm- io-acre wu.ti, corn uu nn 60 acres hog-tight; good Improvements; $36 it . . .. i it t i,Mufi.ln N. h per aire i. . i.iiii"ikiii ui,ii.w, ....... annA r-hMn f.enii tuo acres western Ne braska. $3 C. per acre. $.tO0 cash, balance In eight years, $1 year; low rate of Inter est, P. O. Box, 173 Council Bluffs. Ia. One hundred sixty acres Kimball county, Nebraska, four miles south of Ilx. Every acre can be cultivated. Owner, 112 Shugart Blk.. Council Bluffs, Ia. Tel. Bell 14. at Uaksts. HOMEKEEKERH AND LAND SPECU LATORS. I nave a numner oi L-niiit, ui-i. v. In Oregory. Tripp, and Myer counties, Bo. rak. I deal In newly patented Indian lands, snd can fttrnish clear unincumbered titles for all lands I control. Writ m . I .1 tf f ml TOT priC.S SI1U Wr,i;nuiiwiin. ' ' ' v - . . . t , 1 I , tji m Q r. a & v iieror. no. fn. -r. mm. . iiv.. 4'0-At HE rarm, a ju per acre; a miiio rrotn tierncK, urenurji v u., uu'.' . M acres level, 166 can be broke, balance posture; piKa biiii. iiu a.nu ui iva, beavy grass, running water; all under fence. Can run an automobile from lown right onto the land. No comtnlsalon. V. H. Wllxncman, Norfolk, Neb. WashlngtoB. Fortunes in "Washington Fruit Lands. An opportunity to secure an Irrlgnted or chard In THE BEST FRUIT BELT IV WASHINGTON, located 22 mllea north" of Spokane on B. F. M. R. R ; over J, 000 acres sold. We irrigate and car for . your orchard four years, pay your taxea and turn over to you 4-year-old bearing orch ard. Easy terms. Visit our land and the Seattle exposition. To purchasers of ten acre or more we will reftind railroad fare. Send for literature. Arcvidm Orchards Company, Hyde Blk. Spokane, Wash. Miscellaneous. Irrigated Lands Big crops of fruit, grain, alfalfa, sugar beets, cantaloupes and vegetables. Fin for homes. Will pay for Itself In two or six years. Annual Income as INVESTMENT 12 TO 80 PER CENT. Prices $Si to $100; one-fourth cash, balance 1 to $ yearn. For descriptive booklet write Isaac Conner, Chamber of Comrneroe, Ofnaha, Neb. Re liable agents wanted. WANTED TO HUNT WE are getting Icqulrlaa for well located houses. Must have sole agency. Nowala Land and Lot Company, suite 624 N. X. Life Bldg. Phone Red. 1999, Omaha, Neb. Open evenings. WANTED For the summer, a modern furnished house by reliable married couple; references exchanged. Address H 24, Be. WANTED by young married couple without children, 4 or 6 room apartment or cottage within- walking distance of Bee bldg. Phones. A-2M3, A-4203, Red 4204. ROOM and board, Immediately, by lady requiring some care. Tel. .Webster 110$. STOVE REPAIRS NEW furnaces; hot water and hot air combination heating; I and 4-hole laundry hot water heaters, mantel grates, gas stoves repaired, water front and flower vases. Omaha Stove Repair Works, 120ft 1208 Douglas St Phonos: Ind., A-8621. Bell, Douglas 00. WANTED-T0 BUY BEST price paid for second-band furni ture, carpets, cloths and shoes.' Tel. Doug. BEST price paid for 2d-hand furnltv.re, stoves, clothing. Wm. Rosenblatt. Tel. Dpuglaa b-idl. REAL ESTATE LOANS $10 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead, Wead Bldg., Uth and Farnam. PRIVATE money to loan. J. It. Bher wood. (1 Brandela Bldg. PATNE, POSTWICK CO., N. T. Life Private money, $ox) to $u.0u0; low rat. FIVE PER CENT MONET to loan on Omaha Business Property. THOMAS BRENNAN Room 1, New York Life Bldg. OARV1N BR08.. Ill N. T. Life. I5i to $200,000 on Improved property. No delay. LOWEST RATES Bemls, Brandel Bldg. $'00 TO $5,000 on homes In Omaha. O'Keefe Real Estate Co., 1001 N. Y, Life. Long, or A-2152. MONET TO LOAN Payne Investment Co. WANTED City loans snd warrants. W. Farnam Smith Co., 1320 Farnam St. WANTED City loans. Peter Trust Co. SECOND MOHTOAflE loans negotiated. Apply Rooms 417-11 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Bell Phone Douglas ll. REAL ESTATE WANTED WE HAVE BUYERS for a 5-room house, a ( room house and a couple of vacant Kits. ISUWATA I-ANM AND LOT COMI'ANl, Suite 4 N. T. Lif Bldg., Omaha. Phone Red. 199$. Open evenings. WANTED SITUATIONS For high grade men. call Omaha T. M. C. A. YOUNG Japanese boy wants position: housework; help; and wanta to go to scnool. Tel. South 1818. PLACE by a first class steamfltter. Can worK rrom blue prints. Open shop work Albert Smith, LouisvUle, Neb. SITUATION WANTED By young man desirous of learning some wholesale line; no clerical work; mean business. Answer J 25, rare Bee. LEGAL NOTICES Notice of Stockholders' Meeting. To the stockholders of THE MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY: In conformity with the requirements of the Constitutions and laws of the slatea o: MiSKouri, Kansaa and Nebraska and th by-laws of the Company, YOU AHl. HEREBY NOTIFIED that by resolution oi the Board of Directors of The Missouri Pacific Railway Company duly adopted at a meeting of said Board on the &th day Oi May, A. D., UHA, a meeting of the stock holders of The Missouri Pacific Railway Company ha been called to be held at the Office of the Company, Room TU Mlsaouri Pacific Building. I a the City of St. Louis. In tho State of Mlxsouri, on the sixth day of August, A. D. ltwu, at Din o'clock In tho forenoon, (1) For th purpose of considering a Con tract and Articles of Consolidation bearing date Uie 29th day of May, livJ. neretotuij made and entered into by and on behalf oi The Missouri Paciflo Railway Company an J the following named corporations by oraei of their respective Boards of Directors: The Kansas and Colorado ractflu Rail way Company, a consolidated corporation t th State of Kansas; The Central Branch Railway Company, a eunaolidaiod corporation of the Slate oi Kansas; The Rooks County Railroad Company, a corporation of the Slate of Kansaa; The Nevada and Mlnden Railway Com pany, a corporation of the Siale of Mis souri; Nevada and Mlnden Railway company oi Kansas, a corporation of tne Slate of Kansas; Kansas Cltv and Southwestern allwa' Company of Missourt. a corporation of ins btate oi Missouri; Kansas City And Southwestern Railway Company, a corporation ol the Stale of Kansas; Th Fort Scott Central Railway Com pany, a consolidated coiporatiou of the State of Kansas; Kanopolla and Kansas Central Railway Company, a corporation of the Slat ut Kansas; The Kansas Southwestern Railway Com pany, a corporation of tne mate of Kansas; and Th LeRoy and Caney Valley Air Line Railroad Company, a corporation of tin btate of Kansas. 12) For the purpose of voting upon tne question whether such Contract and Ar ticles of Consolidation, so made and en tered Into, snail be ratified, assented to, ap proved and adopted and suob consolidation consummated or whether such Contract and Articles of Consolidation shall b in jected; (it) To consider and ote upon the adop tlon of a lesolullon accepting the piovis Ions of Article 11 of Chapter 12 of the Re vised Statutes of the State of Mlssou.i, lsS, and to authorise the filing iheieot, ail as required by Scstlon numbered Ub of such Revised Statuiea In the case of con solidation of railway corporations; and whereby all or any of said corporation and The Missouri Pacific Railway Company nave agreed to consolidate in the whole, and to consolidate the stock of the re apeotlv companies making such consolida tion, and to form and make under and pur suant to the lawa of the States of Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska, a new, consolidated corporation, to be known as The Missouri Paciflo Railway Company, owning, con trolling, possessing and bringing under one management all and singular the lines of railroad and other properties, real, peraonai 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 Articles of Consolidation' (4) To take any other action In tb pra mtses, and to transact any other business that may properly com before the meeting. Such Contract and Articles of Consolida tion will be submitted to the meeting of the stockholders so called for examination gold every stockholder attending will be fur- nisred with a printed copy thereof, and at any Mm before such meeting any stock' hold,, will be furnished with a pilnted copy of such Contract and Articles uf Consov lldatlon upon application therefor during business hours to the Assistant Secretai of the Company, at the office of the Com pany In the City of St. Louis, Missouri. Dated. May 23th. 1W1. GEORGE J. GOULD, President of The Missouri Paciflo Railway Company. A. H. CALKF. Secretary of The Missouri Paciflo Railway Company. JatoAl NOTICE TO BIDDERS: WE ARE NOW ready to receive sealed proposals at our office until 12 o'clock m.. July 15, 119, for th erection of an addition to our seed house, in accordance with plans and speci fications now on file at the offlc of th Omaha Builder' Exchange, Omaha, Ne braska, also at the office of C. R. De La Matyr. Fremont, Nebraska. Kindly specify In your bid th difference In the cost of the building of H. W. Johns-Manville Co., $-ply or 4-ply heavy "J-M" asbestos roof ing. Is ued In place of galvanized steel roofing. Th right 1 reserved to reject any nd all bids. Kindly let us hear from you at your earliest convenience with your vry lowest bid on the building. Yours truly. WESTERN SEED ft IRRIGATION CO., per Wm. Kmeraon, Manager. Fremont, Neb., June 25, L. June-2-30-July-l-J-3-4. GOVERNMENT NOTICES OFFICE OF THIS CONSTRUCTING yuartermaaier, Cheyenne, Wyoming, June $Ui, Us. Sealed proposals, In triplicate, will be received at this office until .M a. m., mountain time, Thursday, July jih, 1U09, at which time they will be opened ,i public, for furnishing malarial and labor required for an extension of water and aewer systems, also for installing 30-incti slorm sewer at Fort D. A. Russell, Wy oming. Estimated quantities for sewer ex tension $,! lin. ft. 12-Inch sewer pipe, $.MI lin. ft. $-lnch sewer pipe, H.TM lin. ft. 4-Inch sewer pipe; 6a catch basins, to manholes. Estimated quantities for exten sion of water system e.too lin. ft. C. I pip, 4,340 lin. ft. -lnch C. 1. pipe, tlx) fin. ft. 4-Inch C. L ploe, 1,400 lin. ft, $-lnch G. I. pipe. 1,700 lin. ft, lVlnch G L pipe 1.340 lin. ft. 1-inch O. I. pipe; also neces sary valves and fir hydrant, eta. Esti mated quantities for storm sewer $600 lin. fu (0-Inch storm sewer pip. Coal for storm sewer to b separately stated, rime limit of completion of extension of sewer and water systems will b an Important faotor in awarding contract. Plana and specifications foi th above work for the Inspection of bidders are on file In this office. The government reserves the right to reject or accept any or ail bids or any part thereof. Envelopes containing pro posals should be Indorsed "Propoeala for constructing extension to water and aewer systems at Fort D. A. Runnel), Wyoming" and addressed to Captain V. K. Hart, 15th Infantry. Acting Quartermaster U. S Army. Room $. Keef Hall, Chevenne, Wy oming. J2-2 S0-Jyl--7 Council Bluffs Minor Mention rae OemaaU staffs offlo ef tfc Osaka Be la at It oeett arsreet, otfc Xbom 4W. Davis, druga, CORRIOAN8. Undertakers. 'Phone 141 Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. $. Lew, Cutler, funeral director. "Phone $7. FAl'ST BEER AT ROOERd' BUFFET. When you want reliable want ad adver tising, use The Bee. Deerlng binders and mower. Spcarllng ft Trlplett, ia; Broadway. Dr. W. W. Magarell. optometrist moved to 206-208 City National bank building. BAIRD, LONGENECKER ft BOLAMD. Undertaker. Phone 122. 14 N. Main St, WANTED FIVE TEAVIo TO DELIVER ICE TO FAMILIES. A. U. GILBERT ICE COM PAN V. A b idding permit was Issued yesterday to Fred M. Hughes for a frame cottage at 2&ii0 Avenue A to cost J2.0U0. Wli.ner court. Tribe of Ben Hur, will hold a special meeting this evening for the elec tion of officer and other business. Mamie Kerdrlck was fined $5 and costs In polio court ynaterday for assaulting her landlady, Mrs. UuhkvII. late Monday night. Both parties are colored. The hearing of A. Van Riper, chargod with asoult and battery on Harry Wade at the Uoodrlch hotel Monday evening, was continued in police court yesterday until next nionaay. F. S. White, agricultural commissioner Of the Rork Island railroad, will be the guest of honor at a banquet at the Grand hotel Friaay evening tendered by the direc tors tf the National Horticultural congress. A number of business men will be Invited Grant Ward, arrested Monday evening at the hurlhigton depot, where It was alleged he lin.l drawn a knife and threatened to carve his wife, la still behind the bars of the city Jail, his hearing In police court yesterday morning having been continued until Thursday. Ward's bond was placed at $400, which he was unable to furnish. Mrs. Adel Orcutt, wife of A. J. Orcutt, 1002 Seeoond avenue, died shortly after mid night Monday night, aged 72. Besides her husband, she leaves two sons, I). M. and W. E. Orcutt, both of thla city, and three daughters, Mrs. A. B. Can 141 of Topeka, Kan.; Mrs. R. L. Humbert of Grand Junc tion, Colo., and Mrs. Colfax Sanderson of Jacksonville, Fla. Arrangements for the funeral have not yet been made. The receipts In the general fund of the ChrlHtian home last week were $16rt.fi, being $33.17 below the current needs of the week and Increasing the deficiency In this fund to date to $;',43.I5. In the manager's fund the receipts wore IM, being $H below the needp of the week and Increasing the deficiency to $M5.34 In this fund to date. The amount needed in the contingent and Improvement fund for 1S Is $13,751.14. Rudolph Kolls, charged with embexxllng about $200 which he Is alleged to have col lected while in the employed of the Grone wig & Schoentgen wholesale grocery firm of this city, was brought over from Omaha where he has been under arrest for several davs and was lodged in the county jail. The Indictment against Kolls was returned February V last and his bond under it was placed at $00. Kolls refused to cross the river without requisition papers. All this week .we are demonstrating the Chl-name! mission finishes for furniture, porch chairs, swings, etc. Come and learn how to grain and finish furniture yourself. P. C. DeVol Hardware company. Real Kstato Transfers, Those transfers were reported to The Bee June 20 by the Pottawattamie County Ab stract company of Council Bluffs: Nathan P. Dodge and-wife to H. L. Lindt, e22 ft. of lot 4. block IS. and e44 ft. of w6 ft. of lot 5. block 19. Grimes' add. to Council Bluffs, w. d..$ 2,700 Jessica J. Kiedentopf et. al. to Thnma H. James, lots 28 and 29. block 2. Twin Cltv T'lsre add. to Council Blaffs. a. c. d.. j. 60 Jerry C. Vollstedt and' wife to Henry Vnllaieilt lots 2 snd ft block 2. Wal nut, w. A .- W0 P. 1'. Howes, single, td Clyde Smith, lot 9, block 22. Everett's add. to Council Bluffs, w. d 1 Adolnh F. Reno and wfe to Fraternal umer or r.aaies, aeryr ii. n- v..umi cll Bluffs, port lofi, Folsom's sub. orlg. plat lot 187 In Council Bluffs, q. c. d BuniA to ame, lots 1 ad 2 In subd. of oris, plat lot 230 and lot 1. Aud subd. of lot 7. Folsom's subd. of orlg. plat lot S7 In Council Bluffs, w. d 12.000 Effie D. Wead et aL to Adolpli Beno, sane, w. d v... ..12,000 Same to same, part lot S. Folsom s suhd of orlg. plat lot 187 In Council Bluffs, q. c. d Total, eight transfers.... $27,3. The fashion ladies' tailoring. R. H. Era lein, proprietor. We do first-class work reasonable. We make suits for $15. skirts, $5. Would you give us a trial. 33 South Main street. N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tel. 250. Night, F-1703. Marriage License. Licenses to wed were Issues yesterd ay to the following: Nam and Residence. E. HairlKon. South Omaha Temple Talbert, South Omaha Omer U. Bottorf, Kansas City, Mo.. Bessie L. Jacobs, Kaunas City, Mo... Kdson S. Damon, Council Bluffs Ethyl Thomas, Council Bluffs Roy E. Curtis, Davenport, Ia Eva M. Chambers, Council Bluffs.... Age. ... 41 ... 2 ... Jl ... 18 ... 36 ... 81 ... 22 ....22 tr .a x'i-!sTrV! fAHWSHOE STORE j COUNCIL 1 gtUF..J POTTAWATTAMIE INDIANS YJ. OMAHA CLIFF DWELLERS Benefit of Zdmondaoa Hospital, JULY 3, AT 3:00 P. M. AT Ideal Hustlers Park 16th Arena and 6th Street Tlvkst aso, on sal at Clark's Drug star. We are open for Bids on Cement Sidewalks We manufacture th bst cement block on th market, the continual air-apace cement block. The walls Inside never get wet or damp Put VP in cement will lust a life time. BKXTzTg CZKBVT BLOCK CO., Offlo, Boom 3, Vlrst JTaUonal Bank Building. Phon lad. S40. Plant g7tl Street ana rirt Aveau. LttttrVu'ZiZii Lenses Cfsetert Ciilart Kaewa t Wsrsi l Ctswl mf sr mmk J!&7 " w" A?J4S xc . ja k JSLg sJEJTERTS TTT an sasaa, aaa shiui tart WIMIM MUSIS. Sk, A. A. CLARK & CO. LOAN MONEY 0!! HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ATP AXT CHATTEL SECURITY AT OKB-HALF THB VHVJUi BATES, i Twesty Years oi 8 access fnl Buamr OOfUTER MAIN AMD BROADWAY, OVEH AMERICAS XXnJOU. No connection with th firxa nxllta; BOTH PHONES 91 T. Council Bluffs MILK ORDINANCE DISCUSSED Sereral Councilmen Think Fending Measure Not Stringent Enough. EXPLANATION BY MB. KIMBALL City Solicitor Say It I Not Possible to Apply Tnbercnlosls Teat to tow Whose Milk I hopped In. The pure milk ordinance as drawn up by City Solicitor Klmbll and Introduced at the meeting of the city ootincll Monday night Is In the opinion of several of. the councilmen and other municipal officials not stringent enough. It was generally supposed that the ordinance would pro vide for the compulsory testing of all dairy cows for tuberculosis, but the meas ure as drafted by Mr. Klmoall doe not. In- fact It makes It optional with the party selling milk whether he shall have his cows tested or not. The ordinance, how ever, provides that the milk sold from cows which have not been treated to the tuberculosis test must be pasteurised. The objection to this. It Is contended, la that It would be almost Impossible for the city authorities to know how thorough such pasteurlxation had been unlea a test was made of every drop" of milk so sold. "Leaving It optional with the dairymen whether the cows should be tested for tuberculosis Is, not In accordance with my Idea of such an ordinance," said Council man Jensen, chairman of the special com mittee appointed to prepare the measure after confrrlng with the representative of the dairymen' association. If It can be legally done I am In favor of having every cow, the milk from which I sold In this city, given the tuberculosis test. Thla I believe Is the only true safeguard I supposed that the ordinance provided for this, but 1 find now that It does not. I have not bad time today to talk the matter over- with Mr. Kimball, but Intend to do so before the ordinance comes up at the next regular meeting." Mr. Kimball, when asked about this ques tion yesterday, said: "It would be Impos sible to enforce an ordinance requiring the Inspection and compulsory testing of all dairy cows furnishing milk to consumers In Council Bluffs. For Instance, how would It be possible for the officials of this city to test the cows, th milk Of which la shipped say, from York or Fremont, Neb. We could not discriminate between th local dairymen and those shipping In milk from outside. Pasteurization, I am In formed, Is properly done, kills all disease germs. At the same time I admit there natuially would be some difficulty tn ascer taining If such pasteurisation la properly carried out. Many of the local dairymen, however, I believe will prefer to have their cattle tested rather than be compelled to go to the trouble of having their milk pasteurized." The clause to which exception Is taken In the ordinance as it now stands Is con tained In section 4 ahd reads as follows: The food Inspector shall examine all ani mals from which milk Is derived by any licensee unless said milk or cream Is pas teurized, to ascertain whether the same are to be examined and tested for tuber culosis and to ascertain whether the said animals are afflicted with any Infectious or contagious diseases. W have a larg number of banker' carpenters,' clerks,' and stenographers' pen cils which we are giving away as long as they last. Call at our offlc and get them. Iowa Loan company, corner Pearl and Broadway, suite 5. TO PROTECT SALOONKEEPERS Old Ordinance Relative to Minora and Drunkards to Be Enforced. Woe betide any jag cure graduate or minor who hereafter shall enter a saloon In Council Bluffs and partake of a drink of Intoxicating liquor. Announcement Is made by the municipal authorities that an ordinance of somewhat ancient vintage is to be taken out of the cellar and uncorked, or In other words Is to be henceforth rigidly enforced. The ordlnan.ee In question la to be enforced for the protection of th retail liquor dealer who have been given ome hard knocks recently. The ordinance is known as No. 23), and provides: That all minors, habitual drunkard and all persons who have taken any of the so called cures for drunkenness, who shall enter any store, building or place where Intoxicating liquor are sold, or kept for sale, within the city limit of th city of Council Bluffs with th intent to purchase. receive or drink any Intoxicating liquor or any kind therein; or who shall loiter In any store, building or place, or who shall purchase, receive or drink any Intoxicating liquor of any kind therein, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor. The penalty for violation of any of th provision of this ordinance I a fin of not less than $5 nor more than $50. In discussing th matter yesterday, Major George H. Richmond, chief of po lice, said: "While so many restrictions are being placed around th saloon men, It seems to in a It doe to other city of ficials, that they are entitled to om pro tection a well. If they are not to sell to drunkards and minors, th drunkard and minor should be kept away from their places. It Is my Intention to ask the sa loon men to furnish me with th names of all persons coming under the restrictions of this ordinance who may attempt to vio late Its provisions." Th Wise-man received a telegram to come home at one on account of sickness a h did not have enough money he telephoned the Iowa Loan company, corner Pearl and Broadway and was abl to catch th first train horn. If It Is money you want see them. Omega Eta Tan Convention, Local members of th Omega Kta Tau have practically completed their plans for entertaining th visiting delegate to th tenth annual national convention of th fraternity, to b held in thl city th last three days of this week. From advices received here It Is expected that about fifty members of the fraternity will at tend the convention. Th business sessions of the convention will be held In the ball room of th Grand hotel, which will be headquarters for the "frats" during the meetings. The Sessions will be held In the mornings, while th afternoon will be devoted to social funo- tlmiiaslv The Clark Mortgag Co. J -tO. r. TLBLaVk, Hgr. Council Bluffs tlons exclusively. In the afternoons the visitor will be entertained at Lake Man awa, and the convention will close Satur day evening with an elaborate banquet at the Grand hotel, at which Roy Wilcox of this city will preside as toastmaster. Mr. Wilcox 1 being favorably mentioned s grand exalted ruler of the fraternity for next year to succeed George Purcell of Schenectady, N. Y. Dwlght Plainer Is the delegate from the local chapter to the convention. Weddta Rings, Pur gold, seamless, all sixes, thus no delay or altering, $3 to $11 Engraving free. LefferL Prises for Township Aaseaaora. The cash prizes offered by County Auditor Innes for the best set of aSMcssment book returned by the assessors of Pottawattamie county were awarded yesterday. County Treasurer James W. Mitchell officiated a Judge of the contest. As a first prize Audi tor Innes offered $15 and thl wa divided between Aaseanor II. P. Jacobson of Lin coln township and Assessor John rUhmltt of Layton township, who tied for first place. H. y. Rarey of Wright township and H. J. Gelse of York township tied for second place and divided th second prize of $10. County Auditor Innes expressed himself yesterday afternoon as well satisfied with the result of his experiment. "Although the amount offered was not large," he aaid, "It undoubtedly provided the assessors an Inspiration to complete their book neatly and accurately, and thl naturally means a. great saving of labor for my office. I regard the $26 a money well spent." Ladle, we Invite you to attend the spe cial Chl-namet demonstration thl week at our store. We are giving a practical dem onstration of the new mission finishes. P. C. DeVol Hardware company. Avoca Man la Robbed. Que Sick, a resident of Avoca, la , was held up by four men on South Main street, near the Rock Island tracks, shortly bo fore 1 o'clock yesterday morning and robbed of hi silver watch and chain and 50 cents In small change. A considerable sum In currency which he had In an Inside pocket was overlooked by the highwaymen. Sick was a guest at the Kiel hotel and was on his way back to the hotel after visiting a friend on Sixteenth avenue and Eighth street, when he encountered the four men. Sick resented being held up and In the struggle that ensued his clothing was badly torn. He succeeded In making his escape after the men had gone through his outer pockets, and ran lo the hotel, from where he notified the police. No arrests were made and Sick left on an early train for his home. Diploma, Framing. Bring In. that diploma for framing. Alex ander's Art store, 133 Broadway. Minister Becomes Night Patrolman Mason City Pastor Puts on Blue Uni form for Experience's Sake. MASON CITT. Ia., June 29. (Special.) Doffing the robes Of the church for the blue uniform of a patrolman of the city's force Rev.- W. W. Carlton, pastor of ths First Methodist church of this city, will serve on the night police force for at least one night. Th fore Is short a man, and when Mayer Klrschman suggested this fact to Rev. Mr. Carlton he offered to go on the Job for at least one night, simply for th xperlence. Rev. Mr. Carlton I the preacher who came Into th limelight of publicity a few months ago by being offered and refusing the place of chief of police. One of the conditions of the agreement by which the preaeher serves on th fore is that the mayor will prosecute any case the preacher-policeman bring to him ' during th time he I on duty. Just what Rev. Mr. Carlton Intends to accomplish by making this agreement a part of the bargain he has not divulged. FOR MEDICAL AND FAMILY USB BUY YOUR LIQUORS AT L. ROBEN FELD CO.. Uf SO. MAIN. "PHONE 12$. Killed by Boy With Own Gun Man Near Webster City Shot by Youngster FlayThg- with Firearm. WEBSTER CITY, Ia., Jun . (Special Telegram.) A 7-year-old son of Henry Miller, who lives near Roland, shot and killad. Martin Langland accldently last evening. Langland had been out target hooting and had stopped In at th Miller farm. Whll chatting with the girl there th children took hi gun. Th 7-year-old bo not knowing It wa loaded, pointed It at a playmate and fired. It missed tb lad and struck Langland in th head. He lived about half an hour. Medicine Vender Tries Suicide Dr. 0. L. Hart, Suffering from 111 Health, Injects Morphine Into His Ann. FORT PODGE, Ia., June .-Speclal- Dr. G. L. Hart, a patent medicine ''doctor, who has been at the hotel her th laat week In, constantly falling health, took an overdo of morphine early thl morning by injecting It in hi arm. It 1 doubtful whether h can survlv. He wa penniless and ill, and left a not addressed to hi isters, Mrs. Clsma McQulslan, Coillna, Ia., and Mrs.' Martha Miller, Burlington. Rain Twenty Inya In Month. ESTHER VILLE, Ia., Jun 29. Special.) By actual count rain haa fallen twenty days of th month of Jun In Emmet county. Th cornfields In places are turn ing yellow and th oats are beginning to rust baoaus after each rainstorm It turns off warm. An electrical storm hit Esther vlll at noon Saturday, lightning striking th Anderson elevator and doing consider able damage, also setting It on fire, but th drenching rain that followed put the fir out before th fir company arrived, Attested Itaua Thief Arrested. CRESTON, Ia., Jun $. (Special.) That a general business In postage stsmpa Is not looked on with favor by th postal au thorities was Impressed firmly on the mind of Peter Lang, colored, who was arrested her following attempt on hi part to discount a number of ten-cent general de livery stamps. A search of hla person revealed a number of th stamps, and hia explanations, whll showing a good deal of imagination, hardly satisfied th I own officers. A number of .small poetofftc thefts have ocouned near here, and It I thought that Iang la one of a gang who have been operating. Deputy United States Marshal Bryant and IVstofflce Inspector Ranger have ft for Des Molneo In an attempt to locate Anna Wilson, a colored woman who Lang Implicated In th matter. Mary Harwell... BOONE. Ia.. June g!.-Msry Rurwell, on of the wealthiest women In Iowa, died to day aged M. In her will she leavag larg ' sum to charity. Iowa News otee. . Sini.RT-Kx-8enator Oeorgs W. Lister I seriously sick at his home In this city, h having suffered a stroke of paralysis ' III home Is quarantined for diphtheria, hla son. Harold, being slok. ... OSKAtiOOSA-Charles Pemlck. aged $5. while bathing In the reservoir a the Green Rldae coal mines, near here, today, was seised with cramps and drowned. II eaves a wit anil two children. Pl'Rl'OI'KThe ninth AnnilAI rnnventlun of the Federation of Lutheran Young Peo ple s societies or lowa Is being held In fh city at St. .lohn's Lutheran church. About too deleKate are In attendanre. CRKinTON-Mr. A. Covey, on of Adama county's oldest cltixens, dropped dead Sun day afternoon, He was found lying In th road about forty rods from his home, and was dead when discovered. II wa i years of age. OSKALtOSA-Selied with cramns whll ' bathing in the reservoir of the Green Rids Coal company at Oskalnosa Monday, Charles liemlck went down and drowned before help could reach him. He- leaves a widow and two chlldretti TH A Y KR Last wiek marked the open ing of the new banks and Thayer and Spauldlng. The Spauldlng bank la the first banking institution In the history of th town, opening Its doors in a new building especially constructed for t. AKTON News ha lust reached Joseph Pra per of Afton from Melbourne. Aus tralia, informing him of the death of a brother at that point, who was engaged in rruit farming, owning over 400 acres of orchard land. He whs 84 year of age at the time of his death. CRESTON Lester Herren, the -year-old son of H. M. Herren of Nashua, haa died from lockjaw following a trltllnir Inlury about ten day ago, when the boy fell from a fence and a sharp stick penetrated hi leg. Tho wound had apparently healed when several daya ago the child became delirious and died suffering terrible agony. MARSHALT.TnWN Negotiations hava been opened by th Iowa Traction company. nnicn is promoting an interurban railroad from this city to Kldora and Waterloo, for the purchase from Jones Hovev of In dependence, la., of the Marahalltown Light, Power and Railway company, which own and operate the local gas and electric light and power plants an1 the street railway ys,tem. The local plant I valued at $260, 00 J. LOGAN Something under 100 converts are reported as a result of the union tent meetings which closed here last evenlna. Excessive rainfall has had much to do with lessening the attendance during the meet ings. At a farewell offering yesterday $4H5 was raised for Evangelist C. C. Smith and his assistant, making the total cost f the meetings, StitiO. Kvangellat Smith and hi apslstant will begin special services at Dun- lap beginning July 4. WKST GA Kin R LI While engaged In an Interesting attempt to Investigate a child's savings bank at West Garfield. Frank Stewart was surprised by J. W. Overton, Into whose home he had broken during the progress of a street carnival. Mr. Overton marched his prisoner to the city at the point of a shot gun. Stew-nrt was bound over to the grand Jury and placed In Jail. Both parties were colored. CRESTON The severe storm of Sunday wrecked the new barn of L. Toland, near Kent, also one one on the Westerbeck farm, a few miles from Kent, both barns being moved from their foundations, the damage to them being quite extensive. The vicinity around Creston escaped serious damage, the storm reaching Its greatest velocity near Kent, where Immense trees were uprooted, orcharrtn ruined, telephone service crippled and crops washed out. Colds that hang on weaken th oonatltu tlon and develop Into consumption. Foley' Honey and Tar cure Persistent cougf,, that refuse to yield to other treatment. Do not experiment with untried remedle as delay may result In your cold settling on your lungs. Sold by all druggists. Slight Injury Causes Death. SIOUX FALLS, S. D., June (Special.) As the result of an apparently trivial in- Jury, James Plke on of the best known farmers In the vicinity of Aurora, la dead. He was engaged In plowing his corn and while riding the corn plow the seat of th machine chafed him. Although the Injury was quite painful, he thought little of It at the time, and apparently never dreamed that It endangered hi life. Som day later, however, blood poisoning developed. This, with the complication of a weak heart, mad It Impossible for th physicians to save his If. A I.lf feentrnci) of suffering with . throat and Jung troubl Is quickly commuted by Dr.' King's New Dlsoovery. 50c and $1.00. For ' by Beaton Drug Co. GOVERNMENT NOTICES MILITARY PRISON. FORT LEAVEN worth, Kan., Jun 18, 1909. Sealed pro. posals, In triplicate,, for furnishing laundry machinery will be received her until 10 a. m. July 1, 1D0$, and then publicly opened. Information furnished on application. En velopes to be Indorsed "Proposal for Laundry Machinery" and addressed to th Quartermaster, U. S. Military Prison. J1S-19-S0 OCEAN STEAMERS !' Nw York to Hwrt-Prls 6 Day FRENCH LINE Compajnie Gtfntfral Triniatlantique Bltantto Twin orw and txprett ItMniar.- Haval officers In command wireless telegraphy, submarine safety bell signal systeaa. La toIs. Julr I La Touralna. Julr IS La Brtuuma, July U I La Prolans, Jl n) A terrain. Aug. t. I La T aura hia Aug. It peolsl On-eta Cabin rvte n class) t $40 I t0 alternate ftatardays. Haw Yrw-B'aux Servl (ant dsas cabin) only $40 and $0. O T feat ............. ...... t9 famsaa ttraa H g. atooras , laul garuai Sum L. Maase tat NaUoaal W. g. Bk lin rims traat W. u. DaaMaoa .... 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