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TIIK BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY. JULY 2, 1000.
U 'REAL ESTATE CVtT PROPERTY I'UH BALE. f A (Continued ) JEWELL SPECIAL SAI.E on in Jewell DAY, JULY 3d and 5th. Do not Spend your "Fourth" picnicking under the beautiful trees in JEWELL PAliK, and inridently buy a email park of your own this fine addition. Buy a one or two-acre tract Bellevue boulevard. Fourteen parties have bought and are thor oughly satisfied. $200 per acre and upwards (on payments). Do not fail to see this addition before buying as it must bo eeen to bQ appreciated. .Take the Bellevue and Fort Crook car at 24ti and N Sts., South' Omaha, and ask to get off at Jewell Place. A twenty . minute. ride.'. Cars leave South day, every half hour. Salesmen on the ground all prepared to buy as the better tracts are going fast. GEOROE & COMPANY, ' Phone Douglas 756. 1601 Farnam St. or 'GEORGE II. McNEILL, , ' Phone South 5. 2316 M Street. Three Fine Homes M.00O rooms, finished In April. P.est quarter-sgwed white oak on firm floor. East front, citctrlun very attractive. 2 block! to field club, one block west of Hanaoom park and wctt aide line. S3 outh of Woolworth. i M.&00I roomi and hall, new oak floora throughout, W ft, lot permit s-ft. Cement driveway. Face Oakhurst park, S blocks to field club, 1 block to weat aid line at Pacific. 1109 So, . $10,00011 rooms and hall, new oak floora and decorations lately completed. Downstair In' neat oak; upstair In white enamel, 1 rooms fmlshd on third floor. Lot 66x140..' O'Keefe" Real Estate Company 1001 N. T. Life. Douglaa or A-2152. 10-Room Brick $5,000 Available to Omaha and South Omaha. Occupied, .by owner, built for home. Now too large. House alone cost mora money. Harrison &; Morton Field Club Lots We have 4 east front, lota on block from Field club at $800 each. , W. U SELBY. -438 Board of Trad Bids. $1,150 Thre and one-half alcra," with small orchard on mil from Benson. Terms, $200 cash; $11 monthly. May we show It yoj . ; . PAYNE INVESTMENT CO., First Floor N. Y. Uf Bldg. Tela. Doug. 1781; A-11M. . BOUI4CVARD HOC8E. 4 rtorth inth St.. t room, modern, only W.809. Thoma Brenuan. Room Nw York Uf Bldg. LIST your property with Curt Boyr, ttd 4 Cuming Sia 1-0I An othe r Prize Win n e r MR. BROWN'S AUTO. Vrna Klrachbaun, Aged 13 year. EU South' Twenty-fourth atreet, Omaha, : lMb- daughter of Mr. Charle Klrsch- 1 baun, Seventh grade, Central school, Ml .- Robinson, teacher. FOB RALK Fin electric automobile, al . tnoat nw; bargain. . Phon lXuglaa po you keep electric automobile here?" asked Mr. Brown. Ha waa talking to th owner of an automobile garage, and wa explaining how h happened to want one. "You . I am a t armor." h aid, "and i am generally working all day I thought It would b nlc for my wtf to bav something to do when I'm away." "I'll how you an automobile," he said, "and you can see If you'll Ilk It." H showed blm many kinds, and a Mr. Brown wa very anxlou to buy on it ' ' did not tak htm long to decide which on '. he wanted. W bad better teach you how to run ' It," th man told him, "and then you can how your wlf bow." Th man took him out th next day to teach him how to run th automobile, and he had been teaching him fifteen minutes when Mr. Brown said suddenly: "My horn I only about fifteen mile from here and I think I'll drlv th automobile there my self." "I am sure something will happen," said th man, "because you have not practised enough." But Mr. Brown would not listen .'to reason, . - H started for horn the next day and . at first nothing went wrong. Afterward h saw a crowd In front of him and grew vary frightened. lie became so bewildered that h forgot where hi brakes were and 1 " h could not atop It. Fortunately th . people got out of hi way, but still th automobile would not atop. H reached ' for th lever, thinking It wa th brake, pushed It forward and then went faster " than vr. - It went very fast and flnaly went Into a tree, but It didn't damage the auto much. H went on 'with It. but by th time h reached horn he had so much troub with It that he determined to veil It. H put th ad In Th Be and th very next day a man cam to look at It, and . being satisfied with It he bought It. When th man was gone Mr. Brown gave " a sigh of relief. "Well. I'm glad It sold," he said, but hi wlf said: "I've always told you never to . buy anything that you can have accident with." "But." said Mr. Prown to himself, "If I . . had gotten It horn all right she would hav said It waa fin. KVFJIY BOY OR GIRL SHOULD SEE HOW WELL THEY roAN WRITE. MORE PRIZES NEXT WEEK. REAL ESTATE .... CITY PHOI'KHIY KOK BALI (Contlnjed.) PLAGE Dace SATURDAY and MON fail to see this sightly addition situated on the high and sightly Omaha on the even hour, Satur day Saturday and Monday. Come CHOICE BUNGALOW HOME On the bouleard In Crelghton' first ad dltlon, new 8 room bungalow; finished In oak down stairs, handsomely decorated furnace heat, best of plumbing: and fix tures; beam ceilings. Garage. Built for a home, and for sale because owner la leav Inr the city. Price $4,750. Th lot is worth $1,100 and you could not begin to build the house for $3. io0. It Is a bargain. 1 sold at once will make terms. See us immediately. Key at our office. D. V. SIIOLES COMPANY, Ul Bd. Trade Rldg. 18th ft Farnam Hts. Telephone Doug. 49. independent A-2V4 6-R. cottage, nearly new, modern ex heat; large lot; located high and slightly ana close to car. Hold on easy terms. Price $2,4&0. Her Is another: i-R. cottage, fine dumbing. well lo cated, close to car. Can be sold on easy payment. , . Price $2,000. W. S. FRANK, 321 Neville Blk. 5 LOTS On Slat street, just north of Lieavenworth. Bargain at $00 each. Owner make that price to close out. The Byron Reed Co. Phone Doug. W. 2U 8 14th. , GOING CHEAPLY, ; -SUBMIT OFFER. -. Very choice new 6-room modern cottage, exceptionally well built, plenty of room for finishing additional rooms upstairs; con crete walks; sightly lot, 40x120; fin loca tion; near 86th and Ames, only $2,600, on best of terms. See ua today and make offer. Thl snap will go qulokly. Five-room cottag. water, aewer, closet, gas, permanent walk, paved atreet. etc, near 24th and Leavenworth, for $1,830; $75 cash, balance $15 per month. RUSSELL & McKITRICK CO., 433 Ramg Bldg. 15th and Harney Sts. REAL ESTATE CITY I'RdPKHTV FOR ALB (.Continued.) I lot In Clifton Hill with sidewalk, sewer. gas nd water, only $300 each. A. P. Tukcy & Soil $44 Board of Trad Bldg. Phon Doug. 2181. Florence Boulevard Acres $760.00 Fronting on Florence blvd. this side Mil ler park Just north Mr. Covert elegant bungalow, combines view with plenty of ground. Harrison & Morton $350. Corner Lot. $350 Here Is the cheapest lot in' the north part of the city, makes no difference where you go. It is located at the southeast corner of TOth anil I'orby Sts ; city wt.;r, sewer, brick sidewalk;, good abstract of title, warranty deed; everything right up to date all for IZM. Payne, Bostwick & Co. Mole Agents, Main Floor N. Y. Life. $20,000.00 HOME FOR $12,000.00. On-account of death in the family, we are authorized to sell at a sacrifice one of the most cornf urtabla homes in Omaha, with S-foot east front lot; Ideally located and in first-class condition; no trades con sidered. J. H. DUMONT & SON, "I hone Douglas KK). 1S0." Farnam St. REAL ESTATE FARM AND HAM II ia.mi Foil SALE Colorado. COLORADO Irrigated snap; forty acres Joining townnlte, twelve miles from Den ver; fruit and vegetable tract, lies beau tifully; fine view of the mountains; Ideal for home or Investment; must sell at onoe at bargain price. HARWOOD A UARWOOD, 41t Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb. oath Dakota. HOMES EEKER3 AND LAND 6PECU- LATOK8. I have a number of choice tract of land In Gregory. Tripp, and Mer counties. So. Dak. I deal In newly patented Indian lands, and can furnish clear unincumbered titles for all landa I control. W rite me for prior and descriptions. Office at Gregory. Ho. Dak. - Dr. E. T Spencer. 4K0-ACRE farm, at $20 per acre; 1 mile from Herrlck, Gregory Co., M0 population; 80 acre level, J 66 can be- broke, balance pasture; good soli, no sand or gravel; good heavy grass, running water; all under fence. - Can run an automobile from town right onto the land. No commission. W, H. Wllxlgman, Norfolk, Neb. Nebraska. 6 ROOM cottage In Clifton Hill. Has good well, cistern, gas, newly painted and papered,- large lot, cement walks. A very nice home for only $1,700. Let us show you this. P. O. NIELSEN St CO., 703 N. Y. L. Bldg. Both Phone Eighty acre Polk county, Nebraska; $46 per acre; will make good term. J. CI. Bone, Council Bluffs, la.. Phone Bell $03. NEBRASKA FARMS FOR SALE 180 acre five mile from Allen, Dixon county and only twenty-five miles from Sioux City, Just gently rolling, no hills, 100 acres cultivated, balance hay and pasture, all buildings new and good except the house which Is old. A fine large grove with lota of large timber that should ba cut into building lumber, a bargain at $40 per acre, on easy term. 890 acre ten mile northeast from Orchard, Antelope county. 175 acrea very ncn Wiley land, lou acres or which aver aged better than fifty bushels of corn per acre last year., ine balance is somewhat hlllly, but positively not sandy and I the very finest of pasture land with lots of timber for shade and the finest running water for cattle. There are a coupla of the nlceat white oak and black walnut groves on this farm In the country. There are very good buildings of every kind on the main traveled wagon road with rural mall and telephone In the house.. There la good school only half a mile away. The neighborhood In which this place Is lo cated la all that could be desired. Price $32.50 per acre. Easy terms. If. f . AllL,L,lt4AIN, . Orcutt Bldg., Sioux City, Ia. SPECIAL , Ranch Bargain Seldom Found 1.600 acre deeded and on school sec tion. 10 mile from Thedford. the county eat of Thoma county. Neb., I mile from Seneca, a division point on the B. & M. Ry. and thre miles from Norway on aarae railway. W per cent is valley land, balance rolling. Owner settled on this land 30 yeara ago, wnen ne baa tne pick or tne whole country, consequently thl 1, with out question, the best ranch In Thomas county.' 130 acres In cultivation. Can cut 8o0 tona of hay most any year. Good S-room house: barn 28x40: cattle shed 2Nxl60 : 400- bbl. ground reservoir; windmill: two large tanks, etc This ranch must be seen to be appreciated, and It can be bought at $lu per acre. This Is surely one of the biggest bargains ever offered in Nebraska. We are sole agent for thl place and will how It at any time. ED JOHNSTON Ax CO.. Phon Doug. 1225. 1614 Farnam St FOR 8ALE 1C0 acres land, nwVi sec. 25, T. DO, R. 11, Greeley Co., Neb. Best cash offer get It. F. E. Dodge, 1123 Central Ave., Lo Angeles, Cal. BEND for long list; farms $ to $10 per acre. BEM19, uraiuiet tsiag. A SNAP. 480-aore wheat. Corn and alfalfa farm; M aorea hog-tight; good improvements; $46 per aor. J. T, Campbell. Laicnrieia. co. HmJ PI... T u t.H Alii rr wBtem N4 braskaV $3.3s per acre, $00 cash, balance ln ai.kl v.m wm 1 1 hl vunr low r . t a Inter eat, P. O. Box, 173 Council Bluffs, la. One hundred sixty acre Kimball county, Nebraska, four mile south of lix. Every sere can be cultivated. Owner, 31! Shugart Blk., Counoil Bluffs, la. Tel. lieU 14. HIsstHU. $20 ACRES well improved land. Red River Valley, Minn. Nothing better on earth, $40.00 per acre. F. J. McAtabon. Endlcott, St. Paul, Minn. M lacellaaoas. Irrigated Lands Big crops of fruit, grain, alfalfa, sugar beeta. cantaloupes and vegetable, line for homes. Will tav for Itself in two or six yeurs. Annual Income as INVESTMENT 13 TO 30 PER CENT. Pricea $ to $100; one-fourth cash, balance I lo I years. For descriptive booklet write Isaac Conner, Chamber of Commerce, Omaha, Neb. Re liable agenta wanted. REAL ESTATE LOANS $100 to $10,000 mad promptly. F. D. Wead, Wead Bldg., lain and Farnam. PRIVATE money to loan. J. wood. M Braudei Bldg. H. Sher- PAYNE, BOSTWICK r CO., N. T. Uf Private money, $600 lo $i.00u; low rat. FIVE PER CENT MONEY to loan on Omaha Bualness Property. THOMAS BRENNAN. Room 1. New York Life Bldg. GARVIN BROS., OS N. T. Uf. $So$ to $200,000 on improved property. No delay. LOWEST RATES Bemla, Brandeie Bldg. $50 TO $5,000 on home In Omalia O'Keefe Roal Estate Co.. loot N. T. Life. Doug, or A-212. SECOND MORTGAGE loans negotiated. Apply K.oma 417 U First Nat l Bank Bldg. bell Phou Douglas 341 REAL ESTATE LOANS (Continued MONET TO LOAN Payne Investment Co. WANT BP City loans and wsrrants. Farnam Smith A Co., UK Farnam St. W, WANTED City loans. Peter Trut Co. REAL ESTATE WANTED WE HAVE BITTERS for a B room house, a -rom house and a couple of vacant lots. NOWATA LAND AND 1X3T COMPANY, Suite 24 N T. Life Bldg., Omaha. Fhone Red. 1W9. Open svenlngs. WANTED-T0 BUY BE8T price paid for second-hand furni ture, carpets, clothes and shoes. Tel. Doug. '71. BKST price paid for Id hand furniture, stoves, clothing. Wm. Rosenblatt. Tel. luuglas Sul. WANTED Second hand typewriter; standard make; good condition. Cheap. Ad dress L 27, care Bee. HIGHEST prices peld for Innuranre Poli cies In old line companies. Th Putnam Company, 604 N. Y. Life. WANTED TO hfcNT WE ere src'tlnfr lrqulries for well located houxts. Must have fole agency. Nowata Land aiid Tvt Company, suite r.24 N. Y. Life BMrr. Phor.e Red. 11P9, Omaha. Neb. Open evnlnns. WANTED Room and hoard by young man with best or ri Terences at once with private family. I'rlci' must be fnlrly mod erate. Address P lf4. care of tee. ROOM and bwird. immediately, by lady Tel. Webster 21. requiring some tare GOOD board and room In country for ind father and two daiiBhters. Slate price ocallon. Address C-19, care Bee. YOITNG LADY wants room near Harney line and a good boarding house. Address L 150, Bee. WHEN writing to advertisers, kindly men tion The Bee. WANTED SITUATIONS For high grade men. call Omaha Y. M. C. A. YOi'NO Japanese boy wants position; housework; help; and want to go to school. Tel. South 1818. SITUATION WANTED By young man desirous of learning some wholesale line; no clerical work; mean business. Answer J 25, care Bee. . COMPETENT stationary engineer wants situation; last situation was with supt. electric light plant, Harlan. Address V oz, Hee. LEGAL NOTICES Notice of Stockholders' Meetlaa. To the stockholder of THE MISSu.. Itt PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY: In conformity with the reaulreniemo Ji the Constitution and laws of the states oi Missouri. Kansas and Nebraska and the by-law of the Company, YOU ARfal HEREBY NOTIFIED that by resolution ot the Board of Director of The Missouri Pacific Railway Company duly adopted at a meeting of aid Board on t 2uth day of May, A. D., 1109, a meeting of 111 stock holder of The Missouri Pacific Railway Company has been called to be held at thu office of the Company, Room 7ot Missouri paciric Building, in the city -or lkjuis. in tho Stale of Missouri, on the sixth day of August, A. D. m. at nine o'clock in the forenoon. (l) For th purpose or considering a Con tract and Articles of Consolidation bearing date the 20th day of May, neretoforo made and entered Into by and on behalf ot The Missouri Pacific Railway Company and the following named corporations by order of their respective Boards of Director: , Th Kansas and Colorado pacific Rail way Company, a consolidated corporation of the State of Kansas; ' The Central Branch Railway Company, consolidated corporation of tl blat of Kansas; Th Rook County Railroad 'Company, s corporation of the State of ' Kansas; Th Nevada and Mlnden Railway Com. pany, a corporation of th Stkt of Mis- . I . OH .. .. . . Nevada and Mlnden Railway tfcajmpany of Kansas, a corporation OJC. Ui biu , oi Kansas: Kansas City and Southwestern alwa Company of Missouri, a corporatean ot the state of Missouri; , Kiiuu ciiv nd Rnuthwestern Railway Company, a corporation ol th blat of Kansas; The Fort Scott Central Railway Com pany. a consolidated corporation of the State of Kansas; Kanopolia and Kansas Central Railway Company, a corporation of th Stat uf Kansas; Th Kansas Southwestern Railway Com pany, a corporation of tn dial of Kansas; and Th LeRoy and Cansy Valley Air Lin Railroad Company, a corporation ot th Slate of Kansas. (2) For th purpose of voting upon th question wnetner sucn contract ana Ar ticles of Consolidation, so made and en tered into, shall be ratified, assented to, ap proved and adopted and sucn consolidation consummated or whether such Contract and Article of Consolidation shall be re jected; (i) To consider and ote upon the adop tlon of a resolution accepting the provis ions of Article II of Chapter 11 of th Re vised Statute of the State of Missouri, 1K9. and to authorise the filing thereof. ail a required by Section numbered lues of sucn Kevisea fctatutes in to case oi con solldallon uf railway corporations; and whereby all or any of said corporations and Til Missouri Pacific Railway Company nav agreed ui consolidate la- th nnoi. and to consolidate the stook of the te spectlv companies making such consolida tion, and to form and uiak under and pur suant to the law of th Slate of Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska, a new, consolidated corporation, to b known as Th Missouri Paetflo Railway Company, owning, con trolling, possessing and bringing under one management all and singular me lines of railroad and other propertlea, real, personal and mixed, powers, rights, privileges, im munities and franchises, belonging lo any of th companies making such consolida tion, upon ths terms and conditions fixed and stated by said Contract and Article of Consolidation: (4) To take any other action tn the pre mises, 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 Jul every stockholder attending will ba fur nished with a printed copy thereof, and ai anyi Mme before such meeting any stock holder will be furnished with a printed copy of such Contract and Articles of Conso lidation upon application therefor during business hours to the Assistant Secretary of the Company, at the office of the Com pany tn th City of St. Louis, Missouri. Datad. May 3vlh, 10. QEOROE J. OOTJLD, President of Th Missouri Pacific Railway Company. A. H. CALEF. Secretary of Th Missouri Pacific Railway Company. srtoAf NOTICE TO BIDDERS: WE ARK NOW ready to receive sealed 'proposals at our office until 13 o'clock m , July 15, 19U9, for the erection of an addition to our seed house, in accordance with plans and speci fication now on file at the office of the Omaha Builders' Exchange, Omaha, Ne braska, also at the office of C. R. D I-a Matyr, Fremont, Nebraska. Kindly apecify In your bid the difference in th cost of the building of H. W. Johns-Manvllle Co., 3-ply or 4-ply hesvy "J-M ' asbesloa roof ing, is used in place of galvanized steel roofing. Th right Is reserved to reject any and all bida. Kindly let us hear from you at your earliest convenience with your very lowtst bid on th building. Yours truly. WESTERN SEED IRRIGATION CO., per Wm. Emerson. Manager. Fremont, Neb., June 25, 1!09 un-SH30-July-l-3--4. GOVERNMENT NOTICES PROPOSALS FOR ARTILLERY HORSES Chief Wuarlerniaxier' office, Omaha, Nebraska June 7, 1. Sealed proposals in triplicate, will be received at this office. Uintll 11 o'clock a. m , oentral, standard time, July, f, lww. ana men openea. in th presence of attending bidder for 164 artillery horses, for delivery at Fort Riley, Kan., or other prominent railroad points. Th animal to conform to specifications for t-rtlllery horse. United State reeervv rlBht to accept or reject any or all pro posals or any part thereof. Particulars and blanka for proposals furnished on ap plication. Envelopes containing proposals to be endorsed "Proposals for Horses" mid addressed to Major D. E. McCarthy. Chief Wuarlermasler. Ja-a-io jy.-t-t GOVERNMENT NOTICES CHIEF y I" ARTE KM ASTER' 8 HKFlCJfi, Omaha, Nebraska. July 1. is. Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will be received here and by quartermasters at the p named herein, until 10 a m , oentral stan dard time. Julv ), 1. for furnishing oats. bran. hv and straw during the period front October 1, to June i, 19l. at Omaha W M. Depot. Forts Crook, Umsha and Robinson, Nebrsfka; Fori Leavenworth nd Kllev, Kansas; Forts I. A. Russell and Mackensle. Wyoming; Fort Des Moines, low a. and Fort Meade, South Dakota. Proposals for delivery at other places will not he entertained. T'nlted Slates reserves right to reject or accept any or all proposals or any part thereof. Information furnished on application h-re. or to ciuartermasters at stations named Envelopes containing proposals should be marked "Proposals for Forsge" and a 1 dresxed to Ma lor D. E. McCarthy. C. Q M. J1-I-S-27-JS-S REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS George E. Westcolt and wife to E. O. Ames, units lots 6 and 7. block M. South Omaha $ 1 J. W. Rasp and wife to M. W. Wal ters, s4 lot 12, block 5, llorbach's 2d 2.2-V) Henry W. Yates, guardian, et al to Hnlston Toumltc company, lots 1 to . block 2ti. Ralston 12 Omaha Safe Deposit and Trust com pany to Hastings llevden, lots 1 lo 5. 7 to II. 14 to 23, block 1. and other lots. Ames' 2.1 1 Eliza B. Patrick et al to William B. Hall, lot 2. block 2. Patrick Place.. 400 C. O. Carlson to August Peterson, lot !, block 14. Park Forest 35) Elizabeth Kotintjsn Real Estate com pany to O. C. Olsen, lot 45, Forest lllll r'k 800 .1. L. l.rumlels & Sona to The Bee Building company, south thirty-two feet of west 22 feet lot 3, block IPS, Omaha 2.7S2 J. H. Llchtenwallner to Elizabeth Emrriclt, lot lii. block 2, Avondalc park 3,000 J. S. Dunn to A. O. Elllik. undivided U Interest In lot . Mock 13. Flor ence 250 May E. Rialc i to Anna Frankle, north 33 feet lot 10. block 8. Mc Cormlck's addition 8,000 Alice C. Mason and husband to Alice Calderwood, lot If, block 3, Haw thorne , 1 II. A. Hill and husband to Reglna Marrow, lot 2, block 4, Burlington Place 1 J. W. Murphy to Alice Lamb, lots 4 and 4. block 2 Oakdnle 26 G. E. Hansen to John P. Aye, lot 7, block 1. Crawford's addition 1.700 William Monctieff and wife to J. F. Jarvls et al, lot 16. block 10. Reed's 1st 10.0(15 Cady Land company to William Mon- crtcrr, same 10,000 Peter Donnelly lo Annie Donnelly, lots 12. 13 and 14, block 7, Walnut Hill S.700 Harrison National bank to O. L. Wlemer, north 40 feet lots 1 and 2, block 2, Omaha View 1 II. H. Itatdrine and Wlfo to Bertha C. Plxton, lot 16, block 8, Walnut Hill 10 Mary V. Thompson to same, same.. 1 L. ulse Huth to Clara Forster et al, lot 71, Hartman's addition 4,000 Frltg Muller to Frank Morovec, lot 29. Oak Hill No. 2 450 Hastings & Heyden to Ernest New ho.ise and wife, lot 4, block 1, Hast ings & Jieyden's 2d 600 The South Omaha & Western Rail road company to Union Pacific Railroad company, double track near boundary between Omaha and South Omaha 1 Mattle B. Stone et al to George W. Later, south 62 feet lot 4, block 23, West Omaha t George W. Laier to Charles B. Stone, same 2 A. C. FancoaM and wife to Joseph B. Mock, lots 1, 2, 21 and 22, block 2. Begley's park , 1 William O'Connor and wife to O. Fred Elsasser and wife, block 81, Ambler Place 3,400 J. W. Johnson and wife to Anna C. Larson. w'A lot 10. block H. Shines 2d 1,60(5 tjaay i.ana company to Marian Mon crleff. north 40 feet lot 4. block 6, Alamo Plaza 5,000 r.rnost sweet to Etta p. Haignt, lot 15, Ernest Sweet's 2d 8,250 Total ...$66,662 OCEAN STEAMERS Nw York to Havro-Parls 6 Days FRENCH LINE Cornpanie Gluirale' Trans&tlantique Btfantlo Twin Soraw ana fxprtt IhuiMr. Naval officers In command wireless telegraphy, submarine safety bell signal system. La aarole, July I La T"tiratn, July 14 La Brltasna, July 11 Ile Pravanoe, July M Ia Lorralna, Aug. 4. I La Touralne Am 11 pools! On-Cles Cabin Brvo (TI class) 840 to 0 alternate Saturdays. Haw York-Bo Sux Bervioe (one class cabin) only $40 and 0. O r H I. 1. N W. B. w. o. .. 1401 Paraasi guest .. 1401 Paraaa atrvai .... lit National Haas .. 1U4 Paniaa Street 114 soalk Uth street Boca .... Davidson CANADIAN PACIFIC avssa tail rooa bats at nv Weakly KaXUng 2Cwn atoaueei, yu aaA XAvaroooa, Two daya on tn ouuiui St. Lawraoo river and tb shortest ocean rout to a.u- rop. Nothing oetter on th Atlantic than ut Empresses. Wireless on all ateamera ktrt ol. 690; second, Sao- ea elaa cabin, &, 44 your ticket agent, or writ far aal liiS, isles and booklet. a 33. sxBTjAatnr, o. a 833 Bontii Clark at. Ohlr.ar. RAILWAY TIME CARD VN10. STATIOX 10IH AND MAJOV la Ion Pacific Leave. ,(.a 7:30 am ...a 3:60 pm Arrlv. all:40 pm a 6:00 pm a 9 20 am a :0 pm a 8:60 pni a $:45 pm a 6:43 pm a 4 4f pm 7:06 am Overland Limited Colorado Express. Atlantic Express Oregon Express a 4:10 pm I -i.s Angeles Limited. ...12 f5 pm Fast Mall a :i am China and Japan Mall. ..a 4:00 pm North Matte Local a 8:15 am Colo. Chicago Special.... a!3:10 am teal rice sc Btromsnurg Local b 12 :40 pm b 1:40 pm Valley Local (motor via Lane Cut-Off) aPVOOam a 2:46 pm Valley Local (motor). ...a 6:30 pm a 8:00 am Hasllnga-Superior b 3:16 pm b 6:20 pm Loi al passenger not carried on train Nos. I and 2. Chicago Great Western St. Paul-Minneapolis 6 30 pm St. I'aul-Minneapolis 7:30 sm Chicago Limited 6:10 pm Illinois Central 8 :16 am 8:30 pin 8:15 ant Chicago Express a 7:16 am Chicago Limned a :IM pin Mlnn.-St. Paul Exp. ....b 7:14 am a $ 46 pm a 7 :1s am a 7:16 am bll:30 am Minn. -St. Paul Ltd a (:00 pm Ornahu-Ft. Dodge Local. b 4:1a pm Chicago t Martsneittra- Chicago Daylight a 7.40 am all Sepra Twin City Expreas a 7:46 am alo ft) pm Chicago Local aL2:Jf pm a 3:36 pm Sioux Ciiy Local i im au.wuain Denver-Chicago Eg a 6:10 pin a I a pm Chicago Special a 6 02 pin a t 00 am California-Chicago Ex. -a 6:ix pm a IM put Minnesota-l'akoia Ex...a7:uvpm a :30 am Twin City Limited 00 pm a l iiain Los Angeles Limited. ..a 3:10 pm al2:36 pm Overland Limited all 6u pma 7:14 am NEliKASKA AND WYOMINU DIVISION. Norfolk-Bonasteel fa 7:40am al0:3optn Lincoln-Long Pine ....a 7:50am all uo am Norfolk-South Platte. ...b 3:16 pm bi:20pra Hastings-Superior b 214 pin b 6:20 pm Deadwood-Hot Springs a I if pm a 6:30 pin Casper-Lander a 3:66 pm all 00 am Fremont-Albion b 4 40 pm b 1:3$ pm Wabatk St. Louis Ex a.a0pm at Mara tt. Louis loal (from Council Bluffs) a (:00 am all:16 pm Stanberry Local (from Council Bluffs! b 6 0 pro blO 14 am HisMsri Pad fie K. c. and St. L. Kx a 0am a 7:00 am K. C. and St. L. Ex all :1a pm a (:60 pm Chlraso, Mlleaakea A at. Iaal Chicago and Colo. Spec. a 7 36 am all 40 pm Cal. and Oreaon Ex a OO bin I 25 tm overland Ltd all 4i pin a 7.15 am Perry Local b 616 pm bll .iiam COTI4'D Chicago, Hock lslaad at Paclfte EAST. Jesve Arrive. Rocky Mountain Lid.... it) am all 05 pm Iowa Local ...flm 4 30 pm The Mountaineer a 142 am at US bin Des Moines Local 4 00 pm lJ JWpm Iowa Local blO am b i pm Chicago-Eastern Ex a 4 Wpm a 1 W pm Chicago-Nebraska Ltd a $ pm a 8:06 am WEST. Th Mountaineer a 3.00 am a 7:3ft am Chicago-Nebraska Ltd. (for Lincoln) a $ am a 5 47 pin Colo, and Cal. Ex a 1.30 pm a 4.30 pm Okia. and Texas Ex a 4.40 pm a 1 . pm Rocky Mountain Ltd... all 13 pm 3:06 am Bl BMNOTOiTlTWIOTH A MASOX Rarllnstoa T-enve. Denver and California. . .a 4 10 pm Arrive, a 8 4f pm a 6 10 pm a 6 10 pm a 7.0ft km a 10 pm si; 15 pm 610 pm b i Oi am a 7 .V) i.m blO 20 am a t:Wm a 3 40 pm a " or. am all 3ft pm a 3 !W pm a no am all w am all "0 am a 6:4 am a 6:10 pm Ptiget Sound Ex .a 4:10 pm Hlsrk IIMIs Northwest Ex Nebraska points Lincoln Fast Mail.... Nebraska Ex Lincoln Ioral Lincoln l,ocal Schuyler-Plattsmouth Plattsmouth-loa ... Bellevue-Plattsmouth Colorado Limited..... Chicago Ltd f'hlcano Ex ...a 4 io pm .. all W pm .. a 2o am ...b 1 20 pm ...a 16 am ...a " ft pm ..b 3 .06 pm .. .a S IS am ..alf :30 pm ...all -W pm ,..a 7 25 am ...a 4 20 pm Chicago Flyer... a t 30 pm Iowa Local , a9;l"am S. Louis Ex a 4 -HI pm Kansas City and SI. Jo.al0:4S pm Kansas City and St. J a Milam Kansas Cltv and St. Jo. a 4:40 pm n Datly. b Dally except Sunday, c Sunday only, d Dklly except Saturday. WTOSTKR ST . lUTuT WF.ngTFIt rhlrsaro. St. Paul, Minneapolis A Omnia Leave. Twin Cltv rnssnger....b K:l am Slonx Cltv Passenger ... h i 00 pm Sioux Cltv Local f 'J am Emerson Local b 5:55 pm Arrive, b 9:20 pin bl1 M am c V?0 im b ! 10 am Mlssoorl PeoUe Auburn Local ,b 3:50pm bll SOam One Trial for All the Bandits Thi ii Virtually Forecasted by Judge Munger in Hearing of the Motion. A motion for separate trial for each of the four defendants In the Overland Llm Ited mall robbery case was argued before Judge W. H. Munger In the United Stats district court Thursday. Judge Munger said he would pass upon the motion July 7. but In the meanwhile the attorney for the de fense might proceed on the plan that his client might be tried collectively. NEWS OF THE ARMY POSTS Colonel nnnlster Reports . riesllh at Forts Omnn and Crook In. Ea-. relient Condition. Lieutenant Colpnel J. M. Banister, chief surgeon of the Department of the Missouri, has completed the medical and sanitary In spection of Fort Crook and Omaha, lie reports th health of the troops al each of the posts In the best of condition,. Lieutenant Colonel F. F. Eastman, chief commissary of th Department of the Mis souri, has completed th annual Inspection of the commissary departments of the posts of the Department of the Missouri. Honorable discharges have been granted these enlisted men from th regular army: Sergeant F. 3. Schoenleber of Battery D. Fifth field artillery. Private F. L. Mon tague of Company M. and Musician John W. Martin of Company B., Eleventh Infan try; Private John S. O'Neal of Company K., and John Berger of Company C, Thir teenth Infantry; Olen Gideon of Troop B., Eighth cavalry and John Ladato of Troop ., Fifteenth cavalry. Bid will be opened at th office of Major D. E. McCarthy, chief quartermaster. De partment of tho Mlsourl, for 188 artillery horse for th use of the United States army on July 6. Liki bid will be opened at the same office on July 30, for furnl.-m-Ing oats, bran, hay and straw -for ths posts of th department during the period from October 1. 1900 to June 30. 1910. AUSTIN MAYOR DIES HERE Minnesota Mas Broagrttt to Oiuatia for Treatment ITnabl to Defeat Disease. George Henry Sutton, mayor of Austin, Minn., died of pneumonia at the Omaha fOeneral hospital Thursday morning. H came to OmaJia about two week ago for special treatment, hi nerves, among other things, having been affected. He wa 43 year of age and his wife and three chil dren survive him. The wlf and two brother are her and will tak th body to Austin Friday morning, for burial there Sunday. It is now at th Col-McKay un dertaking rooms on Douglas street. Mayor Sutton was a -Mason and a member of th Elks lodge and Is said to hav been on of the best and most popular mayor In southern Minnesota. M'BRIDE SEEKS HIS OLD JOB South Omaha Mast File for Surveyor Ilolovti'hlner Waal Back oa Board ml Education. Geoige Mcllrlde of South Omaha, repub lican, lias Hied lor county surveyor, on office he once held, and James J. Casy and J. Levy, both republicans, hav filed for Justice of the peace.. Dr. E. Holovtch: iner,' who served out th unexpired term of Dr. W. H. Christl a member of th Board of Education, expect to file a a republican for that office. Under th new state law member of th Omaha Board of Education will be elected by wards. At thl year' election member will be elected front the First, Second, Third and Fourth wards. Dr. Holovtchiner lives in th Sec ond ward. COAL FROM WEST TO OMAHA Bitsmisoss Will less Be Shipped In from Colorado Mlaei, Say W. F. Jears. New coal field tn Colorado will soon be ending their coal to th Omaha market," aid W. F. Jones, general trafflo manager of th Moffat road, who la In Omaha. Thl road 1 being built weat from Denver to Salt Lak. "W ar now ready to ship both bituminous and anthracite coal to Omaha and both ar of a high grade. "Colorado 1 having the biggest run of tourist business sine th tat started to advertise It wonderful advantages as a summer resort. Th people of th et ar beginning to reallx th advantage of a rest In th cool mountains and sr flock ing to Colorado by th thousands." Every on would be benefited by taking Foley' Orlno Laxatlv for stomach and liver trouble and habitual constipation. It sweetens th stomach and breath, gently stimulate th jlver and regulate the bow. Is and la much auporior to pills and ordi nary laxatives. Whi'lmt try Foley's Orlno Laxatlv today T Sold by all druggist. RAILWAY TIME CARD BOGUS 'BILLS FLOAT IN WEST- Several New Counterfeit H Ate Been Discovered bv Government,. ' ' .x; DESCEirTION. OF EACH ... GIVUf ' Men Who Handle Money Are tVaraed "' to Look Oat tor Three prloias , Bills that Are la 4iearl .: V t Irralatloa. " ",' ' t . ' I JV ' 1 Several new counterfeits hsr been dis covered In the west and 'handler of Hitiney are cautioned to be on the Irtoktvtit' ftf them. One of the counterfeit 14" a "$R ' llv.l. ..11 1 f In. t. tl, a.rl.b '' . t ' 'l -Att fV't Is a photomechanical reproduction 'rajrlr deceptive, except that the Indian luNlM portrait differs much from the genuine. The back of the note Is of a Jig bier shad of green than the genuine. Red aad .blue. lines have been printed or written In ta imitate the silk fiber In the geitulu. There la a $U national bank -no i On - the Eirst Nailon.il bank of . We!ngtoti,' S. D. series of 1!:. it la a- pn and" brush production of fair workmanship,' out ' la not very deceptive. A itenuine' $1 j'bltt from wliich the printing hast bea tIeelioii,:;' Is used for the paper of Hit South Oajkor) counterfeit, ' . . ' , - ' . , . ?. A $." I'nited States note of. 4he set ls 'of : 1W7. with portrait of Jackson Is orn of th , spurious bills. It . Is a ptiotouMn iiauical production. No attempt hswbeen niadn (of 1 Imitate the silk threads Irl' th ,vgonuJft, j . The lathe work Is blurred and . Ot iioien as 1 , a hole Is not dangerously dcee'ptJvV. Atj- other is a $10 national bank nolo on tlWi, Oermanla Natlonnl bank of San Franrlfcti'V ' portrait of McKlnley. It la a: ilalgl" photograph counterfeit ",gnd should. b:'" easily detected. ' ..' "' . Anolher bogus bill Is a 6atlnil . banfe" ' note on the National t'nlon bank-6f Bal- tlmore, Mil. Series of 1573. It TP A'" skill'-" fully executed pen and brush reproduc tion of the old national hank Issue. TH paper hns been colored and docitored tt . such a way that the note 1a vry ffelert. tive. ' :' - : f A $2 sliver certificate of the, aerjea ..yf -1SS9 completes the list. It Is a pale Dh'fm.-f graphic reproduction. Has no ,rh erf letter. , and Is printed on one piece of pa'pef-'no't''' ( deceptive. ' - " ' '' -1, JOE FOLK TO ASSIST II, PROSECUTION OF WAIN WRIGHT;! former GoTernor f Mlssoorl 'Wm. irney Jane In 1 '' ' Aid rirealt Attor Boodle Case, i. ST. IH'IS. Mo.. July tFornvr '. (1oV- . eronr Joseph W. Folk said today tha, hev had been "tentatively engaged" by 'Clr-nlt-i Attorney Jones to prosecute Ellis , WfcThV " Wright, millionaire brewer, now lit exile Iti Paris, If Walnwrlght 'shoujjtutn to'St." ' Louis to stand trial on the .charge, of Urih ery In connection with "the--Stjrbu:rhnn " boodle deal. He confidently declared; haA could convict Walnwrlght. ' ' . 'Circuit Attorney Jones has called at' my.' office twice In the last week,' said Eglk... "He told me' he heard that , Walnwrtght4. wa coming back." ., ., -f. MORE FOR NAVY .THAN IARMY", Thirty-Two Recruits Eallst Here for Sea and Heves for Land 1 ' ' ' ,( "" ' Thirty-two recruits" were enlisted for th: United Stales navy at the pmaha haVljl' recruiting, station during, the , month of JfAili. . There were 150 application for tnllMment. Th. rejection were largely from the can didates under age, and foe miscellaneous physical defects. Only, seven . men wjer nltansd for the . t'nlted States army In Omaha, during" th month of June' Out' of nlnefy-twtj ' appli cants. Th rejections were for physical and moral cause largely. Preference I givon to reenllstments.. The physical examination, of the army are becoming more rigid an nually, and while it I the. wish of the war department to enlist the different army organization up to the maximum, the. rijiju must meet all th physical And jmoxaJ' re quirements. DUNN IS OUT OF PANGgR" Pol lee Captain IaprTlnT at. Hoapjta,!., Asaltaat PoatsaastOs) .Voqd- r :, ;; nrd lTp and -Ab-pntv'," , " "T'"."" . ; wi . i t . i ) f Folic Captain Henry W. Dunn, who ua- derwent an operation for peritonHls, :f now reported as being beyond danger front, complication and set backs. He-had a relapse on night of a vr'e' lleCtrlr storm, but 1' gaining now, . ' .. :.i '-4. Assistant Postmaster J. I. Woodkrdl'wW was operated on for appendicitis tpnt)i- 1 convalescing at his hornet Hrhftg beWv o out of th hospital for abtiu. a wee anj la able to walk. He expect -t taksxdp hi dutle in th potof fleer wtthlrrageK'" or ten dayg. . ..ly."? , ',4 lsuabcd with av Rao------ wounded with a gun, or plercfed jfiyjn lyX t nail; Bucklen'a Arnlea fiali 1 ' ssksl .. g, Ij . wound. Guaranteed. 26a. Sold by -Beaton -' DrucC0, ' " ;: - Halldlna; Pralts-; 1 L, A, Harmon, MandersmV' tfefr d"' Florence boulevard, frame dwelllngji $2ou( -i L. A. Harmon, Manderson atreet and Klor- ener boulevard, frame dwellings $2.0W; L; A. Harmon, Nineteenth. aiM j Manderso) T streets, frame dwellng, $3.0u0; L. A. ll&r. '. mon. Nineteenth and Manderson streets. frame dwelling. $3,009; Ben 6. Baker, Thirty- eighth and Dodge streets, frainv-dwelllitg, $..VU0; D. I). Muleahey. 27M -Soirthf, "rn( street, frame dwelling, $2.6ou; ii. 4i. Fortert jnirty-iiirn ana v.hsh vireis, onrit. jputia ing. $3 000; George Ellett. Thirtieth atrtwt,. and Hunting 190 avenue, frame dwelling. lir.00: George Daley i wenuriotiriQ S Prague streets, brick ator $1,300; Teur st. - frame dtellins. Mehrens. 27R3 Burt atreet awe d-Jtel $1,000, Peter Lahey, Eighth and William streets, iraina uweiiiiig, a.'w. , y Thi$ JtthUtle v w Sk SUSPENDER. -v.a; Bnnport boy trousera ana stocking without wrinklinx. Freedom of circulation' and quickness in dress ing assured. Fur boy in knee trous ers, Made for girls also. Onlr SO 4P . 75 cant Worth double it. Dealer repWe'all defec tive pairs. - Sold by Leading Clottring aud Department ilouaas - If not, ,wnte lazoo Snspefldcr 0. , ' "'