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XT V OFFERED FOR SALE T yyewriters. OLIVER typewriter, nearly new, good condition. A. MARK. Douglas 5507. RENT from the manufacturers direct No. 3 Oliver typewriter. 3 months. $4.00. Phone Douglas 319. The Oliver Type writer Company. Mlscella neons. Would you buy an excellent "used" but entirely guaranteed Sewing Machine quickly, if you get it at A Trifle Price? ONE SINGER at $3. ONE SINGER at $2. ONE WHEELER & WILSON is to go at only $4. ONE DOMESTIC at $9. ONE NEW HOME, 5-drawer, drop head, as good as when originally sold, goes at SH ONE NEWARK. 5-drawer, drop-head. in fine shape, $10. ONE WHEELER & WILSON, 7-drawer. drop head, in quarter sawed oak case, at J20. ONE WHEELER & WILSON. 7-drawer, drop head, In dark .oak, as good as new, at $13. ONE SINGER, 7-drawer. drop head, in golden oak case. In fine condition, at 1S. ONE OMAHA, 5-drawer, drop head, CNEW), at J1S. ONE WHITE, style 25 S.. drop head, late style, swell oak case, ball bearing. $22.50. ONE WHITE, style- 25 S.. drop head. In swell oak case, ball bearing, at $27.50. ONE FREE 6-drawer, drop head, ball bearing, beautiful case, at only $25. ONE NEW HOME R., 5-drawer. drop head, late style rotary, cannot be told from a new one, but goea at $26. ONE NEW HOME, 5-drawer, drop head, not a mark on it and cannot be told from new, goes at $23. ONE SINGER, Style 69, 6-drawer, drop head, lata model, good as a new one, at (22.50. ONE WHEELER & WILSON, 7-drawer, drop head, almost new, only used a sample, $30. All the above machines have been In spected and carefully gone over In our own shops on the premises and will be sold complete with all attachments. SATURDAY SPECIALS. Mlckel's Nickel Plated Needles, the 25o a dozen kind, at each lc. MICKEL'S OIL, best ever bottled, 10c value, at 5c. NICKEL'S BELTS, guaranteed 25c kinds, at, each 15c. Mall orders for any of the above ma chines and all supplies filled if received early. We rent, repair and sell supplies for all makes. Nebraska Cycle Co. 15th and Harney, Omaha, SAFES Overstocked with second-hand safes; all sizes and makes; bargains. 'American Supply Co., 1110 Farnam St. ! FOR SALE Bicycle. Racycle make; "Winchester shotgun; small incubator and brooder. Red 1922. ' POOL tables, store, restaurant fixtures bought, sold. Levy, 2510 N, So. Omaha. ' FOR SALE New and second-hand carom and pocket billiard tables and 'bowling alleys and accessories; bar fix tures of all kinds; easy payments. The I Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co., 407-4u I South 10th street. I OLD SAFKS, UEK1GH1', lala FarnamSt! 1 CELERY plants. Greenville Bros. 6327 :N. 24th St. FOR SALE 'Washing machine, white , enamel crib, flreless cooker, extra fine I specimen elk head, one or all, a bargain. John N. Haskell, 1321 So. 36th Ave. Tel. j Harney 6466. LIVE STOCK. FOR SALE. Horses and ctoicles. lPVCn?'Q Barn. Horses and farm 'ruiiHiUrj o marea for eale; draft an(1 j wagon horses to let by the day. 2531 I Sherman Ave. Phone Webster 1135. PERSONAL I BODY MASSAGE. 222-3 Neville. D. 7761. ! 63-DAT BLOOD REMEDY. Bexten Pharmacy, 12th and Podge. PROFESSIONAL reader, entertainer j and invalids' companion. 'Phone D. 3756. THE SALVATION ARMY solicits cast- otf clothing; in fact, anything you do not I need. We collect, repair and sell at 134 ( N. 11th St., for cost of collection, to the ! worthy poor. Phone Douglas 4125 and wagons will call. i MASSEOTHEEPYsr Mamned Allen of Chicago. 109 S. 17. 1st fl. D. 76fc. Xn nl wiccacra hatha avrtrr vthrfltnrV luia racuaior ireauneiub. j-t. Aiinu -f. Fisher, 401 Ware b)!c. 30.' S. 15th. P. .i . . t-i a r Ilrs.tn.nato Vl&a in v uni'ini'ii KNtnrvn ' Lane Daly, 113 S. 16th. 2d floor. D. 2427. WANTED Room and care for boy of 6 and girl of 8. Address H 293. YOUNG women coming to Omaha as j etrangers are Invited to visit the Young , Women's Christian association i building ! at Seventeenth and St Mary's Ave., 1 where they will be directed to suitable ', boarding places, or otherwise assisted Look for our travelers' aid at the Union station. ANNA H. MARKS SME inam. Davidge Blk. Apt. 3. Red 7529. VACUUM MASSAGE, 208 bo. 13th St.. R. 325. daily, Sunday; open evenings; hours, 10 to 10. I M A SIS A (IK Swedish movement. Ap.t IMAOOdUL 2 m, FaTnam. p. 624a M AfTMF.TTH treatment. E. Brott, 710 WE RENT and repair all kinds of sew ing machines. Ind. A-1S63; Douglas 1X2. NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.. 15th and Harney Sts. MASSAGE EPe"t treatment, Mrs. umoOAUU Steele, 208 S. 13 St. R. 325. Massage. Mrs. Rittenh se, 30S Boston Bid. POULTRY AXD PET STOCK Screening $1 50 per 100. Wagner. 801 N. W. LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST Ship live stock to Soutn Omaha. iiave mileage and shrinkage. .Your consign ments receive prompt and careful atten tion. Live Stock Commission Merchants. Byers Bros. & Co. Strong and responsible. : WOOD BROS., 234-3 Exchange Bldg. Great West. Com. Co., Omaha & Denver. Clay, Robinson & Co., 200 Exchange Bldg. CLIFTON Com. Co., 322 Exchange Bldg. Martin Bros. & Co., Exch. Bldg. TAGG BROS., handle catt.e. hots. nei. ' REAL ESTAT3 LOAN'S . OMAHA property and Nebraska land. 1 O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO., 1016 New Omaha Nat'l Bank building. I MONEY to loan on business or rcsi I dence properties, $1,000 to $500,000. W. H. THOMAS. 503 First. Nat'l Bank Bids. LOANS Farm and city property, J. H. Dumont & Son. 1602 Farnam St. WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co. REAL ESTATE IOAAS WANTED City loans and warrants. W. farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam St. $100 to $10,000 mads promptly. F. D. vvad, Wead Bldg.. Uth and Farnam. Wanted farm loans. Kloke Inv. Co.. Oma. fiPl CITY LOANS. Bemls-Carlberg u Co. $10-812 Brandeis Theater Bldg. GARVTW BROS Loans. tiOO and uy. v Ail BRMQ. 0nlahll Ntfi sank. OCEAN CTEAMSHIP8 THE ALLAN LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS MONTREAL. LIVERPOOL. GLASGOW. Montreal, Havre. Plymouth. London. The Picturesque St. Lawrence Route. Four days on the ocean, three days In river and gulf. Splendid new Turbane Btsamers. Saloon, second-cabin and third class. Superior one-class cabin service. Cuisine unexcelled. Courteous attention. Send for circulars, rates, plans, etc. Allan & Co., 127 N. Dearborn St., Chicago. Anchor Line Steamships . New York, Londonderry and Glasgow. New York, Palermo and Naples. Attractive rates for tickets between New York and all Scotch, English, Irish, Continental and Mediterranean points. Superior accommodations, excellent cui sine, efficient service. Apply promptly for reservation to local agent of Anchor Lino or Henderson Brothers, General Agents, Chicago. 111. WANTED TO BUY Household gde. clothes & shoes. D3971 B1959 2d-hand goods. Keiser. 1029 Center. D-atioZ Chicago buyers, 2d-hand clothes, shoes, hats; best prices; will call. Tyler 1100. AT PTRM Pays the best prices for old aa-u. xxvin lron metais rubber, etc. WANTED TO RENT YOUNG professional man desires mod ern room and board with private family, well located; no boarding and rooming houses need answer. Address B 2$a. Bee. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE TO EXCHANGE-$3,750 equity in $5,000 new merchandise; can divide, for real estate, any kind; will assume. J. E. Pflngston, Odell. 111. TO EXCHANGE Good, smooth land and Well rented town property for stock of general merchandise well located In eastern Kansas, Nebraska or western Iowa. Can use large stock and might put in some cash if stuff Is good enough. Give full details In first letter. Address Lock Box L. Seibert, Colorado. 100 A. farm, exchange for merchandise; owner, C. M. Maier, Coin, la, FOR SALE or exchange, 320 acres in Brown, Co., Neb.; Improved; price $20 per acre; Incumbered for $1,200; due in five years; 160 acres In Chase county, Neb.; price $15 per acre; clear; will exchange either one or both for clear Income property. J. H. Pleper, Owner, AlDion, Net. T AT 97.K fit Cnnth AmoVa - will trade for automobile. D. A. Lannlng, Perry la. FOR EXCHANGE Want Southern California property for good, clear Omaha. Address 1135 West 42d St, Los Angeles, Cal. REAL ESTATE ABSTRACT OF TITLE. Reed Abstract Co., oldest abstract of fice in Nebraska. 206 Brandels Theater. NBALB & CAMPBELL. 1714 Farnam Si. BUILDERS' INFORMATION. Electric, gag fixtures. Omaha Silver Co. Ideal Cement Co., 17th and Cuming Su. Fucha, Son & Blind, painting. decorating. H. Gross, lum. wreck'g. plb. 21 & Paul. BLUE PRINTING, 424 PAXTON. D. 2720. H EATON, tin work. Original Ameri can furnaces. 2518 Cuming, D. 6198. ACREAGE FOR 8ALB. ACREAGE BARGAINS near Omaha. Orin S. Merrill, 1213 City Nat. Bank Bldg. CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE. Down Town $5,000 Income $60 per month. Nears 12th and Dodge. Want offer this week. D. V. SHOLES CO.. City National Bank. OPENING MARIAN PARK ACRES SATUBDAY AND SUNDAY Acre tract for home, fruit, gardening, chickens, etc. Bellevue car runs direct to Marian Park. PLAN A PICNIC AT MARIAN PARK SATURDAY OR SUNDAY Beautiful shady spot with fine grass; ideal for picnics. Free conveyance to take you from Marian Park depot to any place in Mar ian Park you wish to go for your picnic. BE SURE TO GO Don't have to buy, but want you to see this beantiful country spot. Salesmen with plats and prices will be on the ground Saturday afternoon and all day Sunday. PRICE $150 PER ACRE AND UPEASY TERMS TAKE AN OUTING SUNDAY A. W. JONES CO. $13 No. 24th St. South Omaha. Tel. So. 6S3. D. V. SHOLES COMPANY. 913 City Natl. Bank Bldg. Omaha. Tel. Doug. 49, Ind. A-2049. HERE IS A BARGAIN IN BENSON $200 buys a 60xl28-foot lot not far from car line. Lot fronts soutn on Lucas be tween Clark and Burnham; described as e6 of lot 10, block 35. Phone Webster 3860, or address G, R. W Bee. TRADE FOR COTTAGE OR VACANT LOT Strictly moaern nouse, all oak finish downstairs, hard pine up stairs; lot 5x130; has garage, paved street, close to Farnam car line. House less than three years old. $6,500.00. GALLAGHER & NELSON, 483 Brandels Bldg., Omaha, Neb. REAL 2STATE CITY PROPERTY FOR 3ALE. 2814 DAVENPORT. Two houses. Live in one; rent the the other or rent both for $29.50. Fine Investment at $2,550. a little more than what the ground is worth. Don't forget this is walking distance. Now, who knows a bargain when he sees it? GEO. B. LEHNHOFF. Owner. 1607 Farnam. Doug. 80S. LARGE modern eight-room home fo. sale by owner. Webster 3490. Glenn Park Addition WORK ON THIS BEAUTIFUL ADDI TION IS NOW PROGRESSING RAP IDLY, AND BY SATURDAY NEXT. JUNE 15. EVERYTHING WILL BE IN READINESS. PERMANENT CON CRETE WALKS IN, THE ARTIS7IC ENTRANCE OF MASONRY COM PLETED AND THE WORK OF THE LANDSCAPE GARDENER FINISHED. GLEN PARK IS AN ADDITION FOR YOUR HOME. SALESMEN ON GROUNDS NEXT SATURDAY AFTER 2 P. M. AND SUN DAY ALL DAY. SEE all next Sunday Papers. F. S. Trullinger, BENSON Neat Cottage and Store THIS WILL MAKE YOU MONEY $25 PER MO.. $100 CASH, $2,700. Or will exchange for vacant lots. Cottage has 4 large rooms, oak grained woodwork, new paper, city water, toilet, etc., and adjoins building with large store room; lull cemented basement; full lot, new barn, walks, etc.; excellent jo cation for family grocery, notions or other business; a good chance to increase your income by operating store in addition to present employment. RUSSELL & McKITTRICK CO., 432 Ramge Bldg. D. 587. l&th & Harney. In the Park Half block to Hanscom Park, east front, big trees, lot 60x142, paving paid, 7-room cottage, best plumbing and new furnace. House not new, but well built. $3,500. $000 cash, balance like rent. If you want a pretty home in excellent locality, close to Field club, ask to see it. Immediate possession. O'Keefe Real Estate Co., 1016 Omaha National. Doug, or A-2162. Evenings, H. 2842 or H. 6134. A GROCERY stock and fixtures, hand ling bakery goods and confectionery; will take in part payment vacant lot, balance cash. DEUEL & HANKINSON 20i. Paxton Block. Phone Douglas 2877. 25 Feet-$700 r.t. at aeennri lot west Telephone Exchange; 25x122; two car lines. Resi dence or business. By and by lake will be a business street. Owner, Webster 2612. MAP OF OMAHA STREETS, indexed. Mailed free on application. Chas E. Will, lamson Co., Real Estate, Insurance, Rentals, care of property, Omaha. West Farnam Homes $6,500 8-room, modern house, one 86th St.. one-halt block, north of Farnam. $8,500 8-room modern house, with hard wood finish and full east front lot, on 36th St.; 1V4 blocks north of Farnam. $6,500 Largs and commodious home, with 6 bedrooms, large living room, una all modern conveniences, south "front lot, on Harney St.; one block from car line. $10,000 An extra fine 8-room house with oak woodwork and polished hard wood floors upstairs and down; hot water heat, sleeping porch, full east front lot, one-half block from car line. $12,000 10-rooni modern house, with hard wood finish ana quarter-sawen oan floors, full corner lot, 2 blocks from car line. $16,500 A beautiful JO-room modern brick nouse witn east ironi corner iui, on Farnam car line, near new Cathedral. This house Is only 2 years old and has tiled bath, ser vants' bath, solarium, hot water heat, hardwood finish, oak floors, and every convenience. Owner will sell on easy terms or take well located income property in part payment. $16.500 A very desirable 10-room modern house, with especially large rooms, full south front lot, 2 blocks from car line. $20,000 The same property with 2 full lots. $25,000 Larite and commodious nome, wun 100x180 feet on Farnam. A very choice 'home and Ideally located. Owner's children are married and house is too large. Would trade for good land at its cash value. $30,000-An exceptionally well-built and up-to-date home, on Farnam St., with 2 full corner lots. This house Is almost new, and must be seen to be appreciated. Part of the rooms are finished in genuine mahogany. The house is canvased and beauti fully decorated, some of the rooms being tiung with silk tapestry. Would make a very desirable resi dence for a prominent physician. J. E Dumont & Son 1608 Farnam St. Phone Douglas 690. $1,850 Buy from Owner Large 10-room house at 2630 Franklin St., gas and electric light, water, and on paved street; house is newly painted and is in fine condition; buy from owner and save dealer's commission- I will sell this place for $1,850. $400.00 cash and balance on easy terms. Telephone Red 43 U after 6 p. m. BUY FROM OWNER DIRECT Eight large rooms, all ruoriurn, best of repair, front and back ttairs, lots of closet room, linen drawers, built-in cup boards, wide porches, back porch screened in, best of furnace, large barn, cistern, cement walks, fino lawn, paved street; house not new, but honestly built. Am leaving city and cut price to $3,500. Hanscom Park district, 1920 S. 34th St. Phone Harney 4933. Here is a Real Bar gain in Benson A new 4-room cottage on a large lot In Rose Hill addition. South front, two blocks from car line and close to new school. Price $1,200. $1C0 cash, balance In monthly payments at 6 per cent. This offer good tor one week only. JAS. WALSH. Benson. 1616 Webster We Mve for sale a 12-room brick flat, in first-class condition. See us at once about this property. A. P. Tukey & Son Fhone Douglas HSL REAL ESTATE CITY i'ROPKHTV FOR sAl.K. TO BUY, SELL OR RENT, FIRST SEE JOHN W. ROBBINS. lo3 FARNAM ST. Sale or Exchange nmr (Treat Western terminals : z test front on paved street; room toi !M feet track frontage. Price. $12,500 Owner bought this for use. but has I ... .- - ai. i win sell or exchannv lor Omaha income property at its cash value W ill pay up to $5,000 cash dif U r ence. J. H. Dumont & Son Phone Douglas 69a 1603 Farnam St. $2,650 Near Lothrop school on 24th St.. 5-room cottage, all modern exccu i.u:, stairway and large attic for two rr.on rooms. House is about 4 years old anl well rented; paving all paid; lot SSxUV. Nonresident owner has made this low price for quick sale. Call at our office for further particulars. Birkett & Tebbens 423 Bee Bid $350 Cash 3413 Larimore Ave., 5-room cottage, elec tric light and gas. large lot JSxl4 ft , 3 blocks to car line. $350.00 down and bal ance $15.00 per month. Price $1,335. Arthur J. McShane 319 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Phone D. 157A. REAL ESTATE FARM RANCH LAMIS FOR SALE California. BEARING NOW. UNUSUAL, ESPECIALLY ATTRAC TIVE to doctors and other proiessional men. also farmers and all who have that yearning for a place to retire, now or later. Is bearing now. Why waft? Fruit and almonds. Pays for itself. Only 3 per cent cash, 1 per cent monthly or annu ally. "Money back" if not pleased. By best town north of Sacramento. Yoll deal with the owners. Fare paid. Oo with us next trip while they last. Write or call at once for attractive literature. We have a fine little party of three go ing soon and want two more. Transpor tation paid both ways on this trip. CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON CO. OMAHA. NEB. (Bank and business house references.) Cauada. . BRITISH COLUMBIA lands on GRAND TRUNK. Frank Crawford. 203 Cotton Bldg.. Vancouver or Omaha. Colorado. 160 acres, Weld county, Colo., to trade for cottage or income property, or will sell cheap for cash, with good terms. GALLAGHER & NELSON 483 Brandels Bldg., Omaha, Neb. GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA Traversed by the ATLANTIC, BIRMINGHAM ATLAN TIC RAILROAD. Lands adapted to the widest range of crops. All the money crops of the south plentifully produced. For literature treat ing with this coming country, its soil, climate, church and school advantages, write W. B. LEAHY. DEPT. K, General Passenger Agent, ATLANTA, GA. Idaho. MOST productive hay and grain land in the world Long Valley, Idaho. No Ir rigation needed; fine climate, fine water, cheap fuel, telephones, railroad, elec tricity. Improved land $25 to $50 per acre. Also finest orchard land proposition in Idaho. For information write today. Pay ette River Colonization Co., Nampa, Idaho. tittt uat wnv In find a buvnr for vn,. f.m 4a tn inHnrt a. nmall want ad In the Des Moines Capital. Largest clr culation In the state of Iowa, 4iS,w0 dally. The Capital is read by and believed in by the standpatters of Iowa, who simply re fuse to permit any other paper In their i?at i cnt a. word a day : $1.25 per lino per month, count six ordinary words to tne line. Aaoreao jj uin Capital. Des Moines, la. ii irttv.a PClt.K COUNTY. IA. .iv.mnm hnus. ipllaT. summer kitchen, good orchard, 110 pine and spruce trees, wind break, horse barn for m nf hnrm row barn for 22 COWS. two large cattle sheds, 60-foot machine shed, 3 good wens, wina rain, orcnara and house yard fenced chicken tight, 10 acres renceo nog uni in wise on ani flalrla hnc hnuie. running water on place; lu acres of fine timber. For particulars inquire oi J. oy, Max- wen, la. Minnesota. BUY a farm In west central Minnesota. I have some wonderfully good bargains. Easiest terms. Write for particulars. J. S. Ulland, president Fergus Falls Na tional Bank, Fergus Falls, Minn. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN. 320-acre farm 2 miles from good town. 40 miles from Minneapolis, on main road, telephone and mail route. 7a acres under cultivation, 10 acres good meadow will cut over 100 tons of hay; balance in pasture with 90 acres good oak timber, can all be opened up. Land lays level, good soil In the beet of condition, no stone or gravel and no foul weeds. Good seven room house in splendid grove with other buildings, good well and water. An ideal stock and dairy farm. Selling on account of old age. Price, $35 per acre for quick sale. CHAS. E. SWANSON. Elk River. Minn. Mod tuna. RANCHES-$2,000 to $100,000. Send for list. Shopen & Co., Ranch Dealers, Omaha, Neb. Nebraska. FOR SALE 160 acres all fenced: $0 acres under cultivation; fl-room house, 22 x&2 barn; 16x20 chicken house; 16x16 gran ary; 10x12 stone milk house, windmill and good water; located five miles from Chappell, $40 an acre takes this bargain; nan down ana mortgage for balance. Address Mrs. Christie Jacobs, Chappell. Neb. HOMESTEAD 320 acres rich farm land at $250 filing tees and all. Not rough or sandy. J. A. Tracy, Kimball, Neb. Miscellaneous. T. C. TORRISON, D. 110L S02 City National Bank Bldg. Farm Land and Ranches. LEGAL NOTICES. LEGAL NOTICE. Chicago, May 22. 1912. TO THE BONDHOLDERS OK THE SHERIDAN COAL COMPANY: The holders of the bonds of The Sheri dan Coal Company are hereby notified that the undersigned Trustee, under Trust Deed oi l he tihendan Coni Company, dated June 11, Una, and recorded June 20, 1903. in book 26 of the Mortgage Records, on page UK in the office of the County Clerk of the County of Sheridan and State of Wyoming, has received notice from The Sheridan Coal Company that it win, on or oeiore june ju, mvt, remit the undersigned Twenty-four Thousand Dollars $24,0uui to take up and retire twenty-four bonds, as provided in said Trust Deed. Notice is hereby given that the under signed has drawn and selected bv lot. the following twenty-four numbers of twenty-four of the bonds outstanding, se cured by said Trust Deed, 1. e.. 5 o3 225 458 U T2 2.i9 462 13 iS 2 601 14 8S 3U 512 19 W 4j0 fc.'o 42 1HS 432 563 for payment from the sinking fund to be so paid to It by said The Sheridan coal company under said Trust Deed, and upon such payment of said $24,u00, to the undersigned, on or before June 2a. 1912, the undersigned will, at its office at the corner of Dearborn and Madison Streets, in the city of Chicago. II Inois. on the first day of July, 1912, pay to the holders or registered owners of said LEGAL NOTICE. bonds, numbered as aforesaid, t's.e prlmi ra! and accumulated interest thereo'ft, upon the surrender and delivery thereof to the undersigned. tincareled and ac--ompanted by all unpaid coupons thereto belonging. lntei est on earn of said bonds numbered as aforesaid will cease efter said first "f July. A. D 191.'. whether presented on said day or thereafter UNION TRUST COMPANY. TRUSTEE By Rufus F. Chapin. Secretary. M25-J14-13 RAILWAY TIME CAKO l MOX STATION Tenth and Mason. I'nion Pacific Dprt. ' Arr. fan Friti. Overland Llmtttd t 9 43 am 7 40 m China A Japan Fatt Wall. . ..a ; pm a 15 pm Atlantic Fiprait a MS am Oregon Bxprta all Mpm a 5 Id pm Lo AnglM Limited ali pm a S0 pm IVnver Serial a T:4 am a 7 8T am n-nnial stata SrwcLl all fl pm alJ JS am Colorado Kxpreaa a 1 M pm a 4 SO pro Oreaon-Washington Limited. ..sit M pm s t:K pm Nonh Platte Loral a I IS am a 4 4J pm Uraud Inland Local a 8 15 am a 10 JO am Stromatitirg Local M! 11 pm a 1.20 pra Chicago t orhvceatrri! N0RTHBOVND. Minnfapolla-St." Paul Epr a 7 W are M'nneapolia-St. PaM Limited a " 0 pm a I 00 am Twin City EprM i 1 10 in no to pm SLMix City Local a a 44 im s MS pm . 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Denver Cslltornla a 4:10 am t 5 16 pm Puget Sound Express s 4:10 pm a 3 45 pm Nebraska Points a 1:10 am a M0 pra Black Hllla a 4:10 pm ll tl pix Lincoln Mall ..b I SO pm all:l6 pm Northwest Express sll:86pra a 1:09 sm Nebraika Express a 1:11 am a (.10 pm Bchuylsr-Plsttsmouth b 7 06 pin blO M sm Lincoln Local blo ts am PlaUsmouth-Iowa. a 18 am a 1:60 am Ballevus-Plaltsmouth alMO pin a 140 pm Chicago Special ..a7:lSpm all li pm Denver Special all: 15 pm a t oo am Chicago Express s 6 08 pm at 46 pre Chicago Feet Express a 1:10 pm a 1:00 am Creston (la ) Looal b 1:10 pm bl0:46 am St. Louie Expreaa a 4 14 pm all :60 am Kanaaa City St. Joseph al0:46 pm a 46 am Kansas City ft St. Joseph. ...a 1:15 am s (:10 pm Webster Station 15th and Webster Missouri Pacific Depart. Arrive. Auburn Local b 1.50 pm bU 66 am Chlfugo, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Sioux City Exprsss b M6 pm bll:85 era Twin City Pasaenger b 26 am b 1:16 pm Sioux City Passenger... ...c MS am o (:35 pm Emerson Local b 1:66 pm b 1:10 am (a) dstly, (b) dally sxosgt Sunday, (c) Sunday. DEATH RECORD. Miss Anna Bills. 8HELTON, Neb., June H.-(Special.)- Miss Anna Bills died at the home of her parents last evening; at 8 o'clock. She was operated on a few days ago for ap pendicitis and her case had been too long delayed. Miss Bills was a graduate of the class of 'OS, Shelton High school, and for the last six years had charge of the dry goods department of the Brett Mercantile company's store at Wood River. Charlie Mel. WATERLOO, Neb., June U.-(Spec!al.) The funeral of Charlie Niel, who died Saturday night at Valley, after an ill ness of two weeks, took place at the Christian church in Waterloo, Monday foVnoon. Deceased was was born In Johnson county, Iowa, March 14, 1869, being 43 years, 2 months and 34 days old, at the time of his death. He moved with the family to the Pottawatamie county, Iowa, In 1874, and in 1SS3 they came to Douglas county, Nebraska, where they have since resided. He leaves a mother, Mrs., Conrad Niel, three brothers, and one sister. David, George and James, and Mrs. Ada Campbell, and a wife and four small children. HYMENEAL Bar nes-.Ioh neon. CRESTON, la., June 14. f Special.) One of the most elaborate weddings of the season took place at the Swedish Lutheran church here yesterday, when Miss Anna Johnson, one of Creston s popular young women, was united In marriage with Frederic Barnes of Mel ton, la., Rev. C. G. Samuelson perform ing the marriage ceremony. George An derson of Shenandoah and Prof J. W. Mclntyre of Wichita, Kan., were the ushers. The bride's sisters, Misses Selma and Clara Johnson, were the bridesmaids and Miss Ruth Welser of Grimes, la was maid of honor. Frof. G. O. Lowe of Odell. Neb., was best man. The groom was a teacher last year in an Omaha college. OCEAN STEAMSHIPS i4i iiiliswisnsiiisiSiiTiiii iiir n i French UneT.S r,.-t;.-t.l nlri.n1 SA-HmmuII mm ThurvUv. Ponular OrtflSS. All ships equipped with wireless MilASTSBhr i "JT 75is ip-to.dtsfetrsppllsoos. AddlUnnslsslllmsst Miahiu """v YOUNG SARD1ERS COMPETE Vegetables Grown by Omaha Boys Will Be Shown Saturday. ATTRACTIVE PRIZES OFFERED Gardening on City Lots la Promoted by Young; Men's Christian As sociation to Keep Boys Off the Mrrets. The exhibition of vegetables grojvn by the boys of the Public School Gsrden club will be made in the hoys' department rf the Young Men's Christian association this afternoon from 12 until 4.30. Two months sgo F. A. Turner of the Young Man's Christian association boys department Interested the boys in making gardens. In this manner he devised a scheme whereby he thought a Urge num ber of boys would be kept off the streets The plan worked well and when planting time came over 2.000 gardens were madi by the school boys. As an Inducement to keep the boys at work competition was worked into the plan. Prites "wer. offered for the best exhibit. Consequently the boys began to work all the harder and today will see some Omaha grown vegetables which will be a credit not only to the boys them selves, but to Mr. Turner. Over 400 ex hibits will bo on display. Including all kinds of garden truck. Premiums are offered as follows: List of the Prises. One dollar each for six best exhibits of radishes, lettuce, onions and beets; 75 cents for each for next six best; 50 centi each for next six best; 15 cents each for next six best. Three memberships in the boys' de partment of the Young Men's Christian association will be distributed to the threa who win the most premiums. If a boy under 12 years of age wins a membership It will be reserved until his twelfth birth day. As far ss possible it is desired thst each boy enter four vegetables, but If this is impossible he may enter as many as he has. Mr. Turner requests that the mother turn out to the exhibit and take notice of what can be done by their boys. Omaha Capital in South Dakota City "Omaha capital has become a factor in the progress of Aberdeen," said G. W. Smith, real estate man of the South Da kota city. "C. T. Kountse, Fred H. Da vis and other Omahans have tsken over the lighting system of the town and have recently begun excavation for a largj power plant. The cost of the plant Is es timated at JMO.000. "The company, still known as the Aber deen Light and Power company, pur chased a block of land with trackage on two sides. "Upon the purchase of the system the old plant was found too small to take care of the load. The company is putting In a system now that will be adequate to the city's use for many years." Sherlock in the Place of Cornell More than a week ago The Bee an nounced that C. C. Cornell, Union Pacific superintendent of terminals, had resigned and had gone to New York, where he had accepted employment In another line. The next day there were denials on every hand, hut now the resignation Is offi cially given out and the name of the sue cessor announced. J. J. Sherlock of the general freight office of the Union Pacific becomes su perintendent of terminals, with H. D. O'Halloran as his assistant. KARSTENS ELECTED HEAD OF THE FUNERAL DIRECTORS The officers of tne Nebraska Funeral Directors' association elected at their meeting yesterday are: H. G. Kar stens, president, Nebraska City; vice president, C. C. Wagner of Arrapahoe, Benjamin Persons of Genoa, C. E. Hop ping of Beaver City; secretary, R. B. Skinner of Nellgh; Peter Marten, of Blue Hill. The following delegates and alternates to the national convention in October, at Chattanooga, Tenn., are: James Heaton, Henry Brown and Miss Emma Hedges of Lincoln; W. M. HIM of Hebron and George Bre.wer of South Omaha; alter nates, Amos Burwell of Alnsworth, Ed Livingston of Hastings, C. A. Baker of Holdrege, J. W. Armstrong of South Auburn and George Honey of Sutton. Members of the executive committee are: W. G. Roberts and R. O. Castle of Lincoln, and R. B. Skinner, Peter Mer ten and George Brewer. Lincoln was selected as the place for holding the next convention. NOTED ORGANIST PLAYS IN OMAHA NEXT MONTH Omaha is to hear something rare in organ solos in July when Gatty Sellars, the solo organist of the Queen's hall and the Crystal Palace Musical festivals of London, gives two free will recitals In OCEAN STEAMSHIPS. ft WHITE STAR ft Dominion Canadian Service Montr ea l- Qu e bec- Liverpool iiilNI Y l-urcn(k...it.;.. ,1 ,Ai,.l. V 1 1 U I sCrad. J.2. Jv.. Ar..4 'l4nAYLMaatlc A-J' i'3! J T Uni J Teiionlc. J.l !,A.IOep.7 AT "r' MJ.50, Secosrt 553.75 I SEA I IhlrJ -lass SJUS & ArrannBookfnars with LocaM ert or Company's Office, Cbiro. 'II Mm Newest and Finest Continental Steamer S.S.France leralo tm ,a Transatlantiquit. most , msfnitieeot Screw Turbine stesmer sflaat. This steamer hss 57 suites, snd rooms with privsts bsth, Turkish bsth. (ymnssium, lsundrr. elsvstors. srt gslleries. dsily paper, librsry. Every concsw able luxury to insure s quick, HeMsMful roysje. New York o Paris. All steamers take southerly course. For psrtlculsrs spplT to W. E. Bork, 1524 Fsr asm St.: L. Neese, 1st sf! Bank; J. B Rey nolds. 1642 Fsraam St. 7 . coronation music, accompanied by a sst of cathedral chimes. He will play on July 15 and 16 at the First Methodist church. O'Neill Begins Work Reorganizing Club LINCOLN, Neb., June 14. -Following the retirement last night of Donald C. Despain as president of the Lincoln Ba?i Ball club, President O'Neill of the West, em league today began the work of un tangling the troubles which have beset the club since last fall. President O'Neill tonight announced the selection of Hugh F. Jones as acting president of the club. Jones, since the season opened, has be:i the representative of th Chicago Inter ests which furnished the money to settle bills, and will probably become the new owner of the property. O'Neill will be in Lincoln a number of days, being called here, in part, to de fend the suit against the National Asso ciation of Base Ball Clubs Instituted in federal court by Guy W. Green, a former Lincoln club owner. Green demands dam ages in the sum of (100,000 for alleged conspiracy. LETTERS OF HAVEMEYER TO AGENTS WRITTEN IN CIPHER NEW YORK, June 14. Correspondence between Henry O. Havemeyer and uscar W. Donner, indicating that Mr. Have meyer Borne times employed a cipher code In directing those sent to represent him in acquiring beet sugar plants In western states, was Introduced today when the government's suit to dissolve the sugar trust was resumed. Among the letters which United States Assistant District Attorney Knapp In troduced was one dated November 25, 1902, In which Donner repeated a telegram previously sent, translations of the cipher words used appearing In parenthesis. From the various letters introduced It was Indicated that Donner was sent west by Mr. Havemeyer to report con fidentially on the men from whom con trol of the beet sugar Industry Is alleged to have been acquired. In the report Donner referred to President Morey of the Great Western as "a man reputed of large means and of good standing in the community." WYOMING MASONS CONFER DEGREES ON LARGE CLASS CHEYENNE, Wyo., June lS.-(Special.) -The regular June meeting of Wyoming Consistory No. t which opened here yes terday morning. Is attracting unusual In terest among Wyoming Masons. A cla of thirty-nine master Masons is receives the degrees from the fourth to the thirty second, Inclusive. Last night the beauti ful Rose Croix degrees were exemplified in the presence of hundreds of visiting Scottish Rite Masons, and today degrees from the twenty-first to the twenty eighth were put on. The session will close Friday night with a banquet and ball at the Masonic temple in honor o! the new class. Wyoming Consistory No. 1 Is less than twelve years old, and yet the organization numbers nearly SCO of the leading Masons of the state. Fully seventy-five members have since taking the degrees moved to other states, and some to Cuba, Porto Rico, Hawaii and the Philippines. FOREST FIRES RAGING IN WESTERN ALBERTA i WINNIPEG. Man., June W.-Forest fires, which have been raging In western Alberta all week, are the worst In years and hundreds of rangers and their as sistant are making desperate efforts to beat back the fire. Fifty men left Golden today In response to an urgent call to reinforce the men fighting a conflagration which already has destroyed a million feet of saw logs, two construction camps and a track of logging railway. The chief losses were sustained by the Columbia River com pany. DEATH RECORD. Mrs. Minnie Llpman. Mrs. Minnie Llpman, who died Wednes day evening at a local hospital after long suffering from Internal troubles, was burled yesterday afternoon In Fisher's cemetery, near South Omaha. The ser vices were conducted from the Dodder Undertaking chapel. Mrs. Llpman for merly lived st Bassett, Neb. i Films to Advertise Dakota. DEADWOOD. S. D June 14.-SpeclaD Moving picture films of the cities and towns and points of scenic and historic Interest in this state are shortly to be taken, according to the plans of State Immigration Commissioner John D. Deets, of Pierre. Mr. Deets has asked the co operation of all the towns In the state and has arranged with the railroads about transportation of the picture artists. Every portion of the state is to be covered, with particular attention to be paid to the scenic resources of the Black Hills, to attract tourist to this section. Deadwood some time ago Inaugu rated a move for moving picture films but Is expected to now join In the general state movement, the pictures to be ex hibited throughout the east and middle west. Pontoffire Safe Blown Open. STEUBEN VILLE, O., June 14.-Robber early toda"y raided the mining town of Parlett, blew the safe in the postofflca and stole J9"0 In cash and 1200 in postage stamps, robbed the Wheeling &. Lake Erie Railroad tickets office of all rail road tickets and escaped on a handcar stolen from the railroad. Life Problem Sol red by that great health tonic, Electric Bit ters, is the enrichment of poor, thin blood, and strengthening the weak. 60c. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. The Persistent and Judicious Use of Kewspaper Advertising Is the Road to Business Success. A Bachelor's Reflections. Wisdom doesn't think folly is any rasher than folly thinks wisdom Is duller. Telling the truth, like anything else, could become a habit If anybody would try it. The worst sNiut a moon to a girl 1 how much louder It seems to make a kiss sound. No matter what his reputation, there Is something downright good about a man who has an honest hunger. The more a man calls his wife dear In public the more It might surprise her if he did It when they were In private. New York Press. A Mntter of Pride. "No." said Mr. Meekton: "I don't want Henrietta to go Into politics." "You are envious of her superior en ergy.". "No; I'm not. But Henrietta is sure to rise to official position. And when I hand her my salary on Saturday night I don't want to be haunted by any doubts whether It Is my voluntary domestic con tribution or a species of municipal graft." Washington Star.