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THE BEE: OMAIIA. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1912.
Let Bill Do It And See the Quartet He Got Copyright. 1913. National Newt Assn. Drawn for The Bee by George McManus WHY 1 T VOU CAN'T JT ANY PUPILS FOR OUR' S1NONC SOCIETY WHAT DO YOU 1T PAID FOR? WK ONLVONEKlb SHOWED OP AN WHEN I STARTED TO -blN-HE HIT ME IN THf MOUTH WITH SOME BIRDSEED! ILL REPORT HIM THE COMMITTEE -THEY'RE SUCH A CREAT HELP WHEN IT CCNETa To ORBiHJNC' s i mc lumcu...... v. ' i 2 rVA.. NOW THAT WE ACREE HE wovr;o- vf. nvvr CJX A TEACHER THAT CAN ilT PUPlfo -WHO OIN TOOT A TEACHER ? I CAN'T THINK JUTNOW V FOOTS ASLEEP LET BILL DOIT! AND BILL DID! TURN TO PACE TWO lt A CJ4 QUARTETTE THEN -WHY don't you? 1 J IHOPf; 1 HAVfTO VTA AFTER , S3&V-v fir . OFFERED FOR REXT OFFERED FOR SALE 1 Apartments and Flat. furniture. FOR RENT Brick-flat, 2712 Jackson; V.nTL p 1 bed8; four bedrooms and bath room second three drawers and range. R 1780. floor, living, dining room, kitchen and re- aaj nnn a? nnn rn ceptlon hall first floor; cemented cellar, $0,UUI.UU 5pD,UUU.UU first-class furnace, in fine condition. Key A TTHTTrkM onw at 2710 Jackson St Inquire at 401 City AUtlIUi oALtHj Nat, bank. 25 rooms of high-grade furniture, car- r rt,-.w . , .,, - pets, rugs, curtains, portieres, stoves, B5"?i??Mm04er?'tC0 flat' S2m 2310 ranges and everything belonging to a ro. Z4th. Tel. Webster 978. first-class home will be sol at public auc- CENTRAL, all modern, steam heat, 7 tlon Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, room house and 4 room flat. 2:20 N. 23rd. September 11, 12, 13, at 10 a. m., at Miss - Chadd's, 2211 St. Mary's Ave. - , , Houses andCottaea. l. g LEVIN. ; Tinripunm ,, ,,..,, j of the Security Auction and Commission HOUSEHOLD goods packed and ior- Comnanv Auctioneer warded; cheap freight rates; Gordon company, Auctioneer. Fireproof Warehouse and Van Co. Tel. Mn.i.i L.tnimnt. Doug. 384; office 218 S. 17th St. Musical Instruments. 906 S. 25th Ave., 7-room and bath, re- Electric pianos. Continental Nov. 119 N. 15. inAi " molern' good aa new- PRACTICALLY new 88-note high grade v,a nea m. Player piano. For sale or exchange. FOR RENT Large house and barn on ' 703' Bee- ; paved street. Modern, oak hall and Typewriters. etairs; good floors. $25.00 1509 Bo.- 2th St. H. L. Whitney, Harney 2740. RENT from the manufacturers direct, FOR RENT Nice, south front room on No. a Oliver typewriter, S months, 4.ou. Pacific St, near 38th. Phone Harne" Phone Douglas 2919. The Oliver Type- 2759. , writer company. 6-ROOM cottaeemodern excent heat TYPEWRITER for ivnl, 3 months 5. tig. Phone Dougla 6790 P CENTRAL TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE. MOVING, packing ana storing ot house- Miscellaneous. Jlnid goods and pianos is our business. Omaha Van and Storage Co.. fireproof FOR SALE New and eecond-hand storage, 808 S. 16th, by the viaduct carom and pocket billiard tables and Branch office. 309 8. 17th St Tel. 1). 4113; bowling alley and accessories; bar fix- A-1559. . " tures of all kinds; easy payments. The : r Tnm . : TTf. ErunswIck-EalUe-CoIlender Co.. 407-409 8. 6-ROOM bungalow, 884 Blnney Su ioth street completely modern, $25. Hall Distributor c Co., 433 Ramge Bldg.- D. 7406. We WILL deliver during month of Sep- a i ,, , , . , ,. tember only, large load kindling wood, A real home, pretty lawn, electric light, m Nation.i Box Co Harnev 147 nil modern, 9-r., $45. 725 S. 37th. W. 2590. national aox t,o. Harney m. SIX-ROOM house, strictly modern, hot vnSApni, JfJIffT' A N' 1 -water heat; also 9-room strictly modern ?""dition. Pho" Douglas 518. $20. house, first-class condition. Both at Miscellaneous. Lakelawn, 21st and Lake Sts. ' MAGGARD VAN AND STORAGE CO.. A BAEGAIN '0. TJorSi""? 'law pack, move, store and ship H. H. goods books of 12 volumes. 1 of 10 volumes. Law and pianos; no charge for return drive Dictionary. Hale on Torts, Cooley on to office. Doug. 1498 or B-242S. TortSi Clark's Criminal Law Book; will WEST FARNAM New brick. 8 bed- "ake "J8,.8" AovJt" Moms and 2 baths. 315 N. 3Sth Ave. A- J- Knott' 4616 N- mh St Web " , i i 1 1. i ., . , i I, , , . C596. 674 S. 28th ST.-8 rooms convnletely mod- -w.-, aAt wk- .iann ln fir-t.i-lns em. Hall. 433 Ramge. D. 74WS; a440C 3AL.?TWebur P552 . nlu, . . -. condition. $loO cash. Address J, Omaha UOUSeS .? aL' p"f A the city. Bee, Council Bluffs.. Ia. j.vuocoCreigh, Son" Co., Bee Bldg. - ' 'mnDTpru i rr-s SAFES Overstockeu v.uh seeuil-hand FOURTEEN rooms, furnished com- ,flfes- nil sizes and makes: bargains, pletely. South Central boulevard; or will "Vriean SuvvU Co 13 0 F "nam 3t rent lower floor of three rooms; can keep A""ca" a"PP'v arnam ot. boarders; have eight now. Harney 8450V DESKS. safes, tcalea. show caes.' shelv. . SvROOM' modern ' house, barn. lawn, tog.. tCL (PTA- 274 good neighborhood. 1309 S. 26th St. 1 26.50! BuPPly.COo 414-H-18 S. 12t.i. Doug- MODERN 7-room house, 1507 S. ath. 25. FOR SALE Ross ensilage cutter with 6 room, cottage modern exceDt heat conveyor, at less than price. Alamito 2fll(f Chicago. mooern excePt neat- Dairy Co. 1812 Farnam. "&-ROOM cottage, modern except heat; FOR SALE Wall cases suitable i for 1312 Martha St.; rent, H8. Harney 1997. millinery or Jewelry stores. Apply. T. P. -709 S. 19TH-6-room cottage, modern ex- Redmond, Brandels Stores. cept furnace, $22. Douglas 7158. BOYLES College books, . half price. 5- ROOM modern house; $25.00 per Webster 4770. month, 3527 Charles St. Also 3-room cot- FOR SALE-Two large safes and one tage.- 3532 Hamilton St. $10 per month, small safe; also National cash registers. Tel. D. 776 or D. 1017. Apply T. P. Redmond.Brandels Stores. . SMALL 5-room cottage, 2518 6. 32d St., 01 m vnt.iwtrtiSiif hnt water' H ? . Vb0UW he2uXut;ebath Se ne: partly modern. H. 1002. lshjgs ftnd equlpment LoCated in one ;-TWO nicely furnished rooms. 3019 of the best towns in the state about Marcy St Phone Harney 3337. $.500 population near Lincoln. Fine op- i . portunlty for a good hotel man. Address - "WELL furnished 4-room cottage, piano, Box 24, Lincoln, Neb. electric light, gas. 1813 N. 23d. - ' SAFE for sale at Remington typewriter FIVE-ROOM house, good repair, 2722 Co., 17thndDouglas. Hamilton; inquire 3306 Webster St. Tele- ' iERSO'AIi phone Harney 2S5S. Small family. 1 . " . " 1 Massage. Mrs. Rittenhouse 308 Boston Bid. FOR RENT 8-room modern detached . -; T7T house; ery choice location; West Far- MASSAGE iVT D (E nam district and one block from car 1802 Farnam. D. 6240. line; east front; fine shade; special A ATAT A TT Af A PlTS Scientific mas- pf Ice, $45. Phone owner, Harney 1164. . 1 IV A XI. -UiiXlXVO 8ggei ijn-. 8-ROOM modern house barn, corner lot; nam. Davldge Block. Apt. 3. Doug. 6521. No. 1102 S. 82d St., $35. VITAL massage, vital bath. Dr. Anna 10-room modern house, barn; east front; D. Fisher, 401 Ware block. 309 8. 15th. Nearfvnlw1- Sttrlctl'v modern m TEE SALVATION ARMY solicits cast- ru?c?lJ0me' bot water heat: Tbv?t'$!?2i& "hS, modern except bath; No. wTca..'Phn8 Dou,"-5 anJ 1S21 8. 29th St.; $20. . . , wagon win can. j 6- room house; convenient to car line; WANTED The address of Charles Mc No. 967 N. 27th St.; $18. ' Coy and Wheeler McClure, who were em-! ALFRED C. KENNEDY, ployed by J. J. Hurt. 52d and L Sts., 209 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Douglas 722. South Omaha, Neb., In October, 1907. G 3-R. flat on first floor, not modern, but Bee' good. Phone Doug. 3600. $8.50 per month. YOUNG women coming to Omaha as W. S. Frank, 1025 City Nat. Bank. strangers are Invited to visit the Youni , SIX-ROOM cottage. 3330 Corby: newly 'iJrsTlMM painted and papered; two ful lots and t?'t5 M; Ma hill shade; cistern and well. Webster 1723. nl De directed to suitable boarding ! places, or otherwise assisted. Look fo. , FINE 8 room house in Cathedral dis- our travelers' aid at the Union station. trict. Reasonable to responsible tenant. , , , r, Call Tvler 1638. - 63-DAY BLOOD REMEDY. ' . . , - Bexten Pharmacy. 12th and Dodge. tore. orHee.. QFOTHERPY 6alt Glow FOR RENT Offices in Pullman Bldg.. ?7 ,thm?8fa,fVM next to Burlington station. Doug. 1616. Allen of Chicago. 1C9 3. l.th. 1st fl. D. 6b. Fine laundry equipment r'ms. 220 N. 23d. BATHS. Swedish massage, Mrs.. Snyder, r r e 3 No. S, The Dunsany, 10th A Pierce. U.4380. 2702 Corby St., new, S rms., mod., $20. , . ' v. r. 414 ,2fc 18th St., 5 rms., part mod., $20. MAGNETIC healing, orer 710 S. 16th. 2124 N. 27th St., 7 rms mod., $18. . . . , . . T 3036 So. 16th St.. part mod.,' $10. MASSAGE SL2frti Tnfifai ni : RASP BROS.. Douglas 1653. m-twi" Steele. 208 8. 13th St. R. 3J5 HOUSE, 1921 Cass street. Eight rooms, NEW fat reducer, Fat Foe, including modern. Walking distance. Obesity Herb Tea; sip your fat away; STORE ROOM or ehop. 1809 Farnam; del lghtf ul. rapid harmle8; gl for large, steam heated; fronting alley; merchanl complete Fat Foe treatment. All drug- dlse entrance; full glass front. Hall. 43J fl8t have Fat Foe or can get it for you. Ramge. D. 7406. Ind A -4406. Startreduclngnow. blo8IRABLE yFPICES ,n Contlnentftl POULTRY AND PET STOCK Fun' s'ul'te on" third" iooKSO M BOSTON terrl..' pups, screw tall; sirs " ii wRFnr KVKPnY y champion Tom Cribb. Call Douglas - v, F. v- ,T S ? SO Farnam. ' 209 First National Bank Bldg. ,, ... ... Telephone Dounlas 722. XVANTED TO REINT. ; FOB BENT I 5 TO 6-room bungalow or apartment Store room for rent. In splendid location: first-class and modern, for possession party has lease on his hands and wll! Oct. 1 for the winter; references. C 711, sublease at a bargain. Remington Type- Bee- ' writer Co.. 19th and Douglas Sts. - ; M'CAGUE BLDG., 1STH AND DODUK. WAXTEP TO 1XUY i?HjSWftSr$Bn5fc Hyholdgds, clothes shoe. Doug 3071 association. Pay Highest . SMALL store and fixtures for rent rXJLGOFF 2d-hd. rtore pays biggest cheap. W. 6198. . . prices for furniture, clothes, shoes. W. WOT. 1205 HOWARD St., good location for - -rt h.,. ... T" commission house. Phone D. 1096. .OTy0 hou,enoIa ooa8- OFFERED FOR BAhY: DIAMOND Cash; must be bargain. Address J 691. Furniture. ,. " REAL ESTATE WANTED Baseb.Jrner, hotel nange. furn 93 S. 24. 10 ,tl your property' !R ,t GOOD oak table; will rat 12 people; O'NEIL.R. E. Sc INS. AGENCY, cheap; must tell at once, $4. D. 3167. Tyler 1024. 1506 Farnam 8t AUCTION sale at Omaha fireproof iTiFii varii-u i.uva storage. 0 S. 16th. Friday, September ItCAti taiillfc M1AS 13. at 10 a. m. 10-room lot WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co ACCOUNT moving will sell ranges, heat- WANTED City loans and warrants. era, baseburnera; lowest prices. 191 Clark, w. Farnam Fmlth 4- ( a,. i?n Fn-tiam f. GOOD 4 hole steel range, $7.00. 2311 N. $100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. 2Stb Aye. Wead, Wtsad Ulati., l$tn and Farnam. . REAL ESTATE XXAN3 GARVIN BR0S.?-X SfrfitK CITY LOANS. Bemis-Carlberg Co.. 810-S12 Brandels T.. enter Bun. LOANS on farms and Improved olt property, 5 pet to 6 pet; no delay. J. H. bumont Son, JS03 Farnam St., Omaha. LARGE loans our speci&ity. Stull UroJ. REAL ESTATE LOANS OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms. O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO. 1016 Omaha Natl. Doug. 2152. MONEY to loan on business or rest dence properties, $1,000 to $50,UO0. W. H. THOMAS, 603 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. FOR SALE OK EXCHANGE COTTAGE-BY-THE-8EA, one block from car line to San Francisco, one block from ocean beach, to exchange for good 1912 5-pasaenger automobile. .Write T, T. Johnson, Burke, 8. V. EQUITY of $9,000 In 100 acres of ir rigated and Improved land in Colorado to exchange for hardware or Implement stock. Price of land $75 per acre. Deal direct with owner. Address Y 160. Bee. furr.1 Af,tn!t,r,A CGiintV. Nfi- braska, improved, close to Clearwater, worth $60. Mortgage $10,000, will trade for merchandise or Income property or land in Minnesota. M. E. White Land Co.f Des Moines, Ia. FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR LAND Bplendid general mercantile business ln eastern Colorado; stock nearly new; will Invoice about $8,000; did $50,000 cash busi ness this year. Good live town and large territory to draw from. Write Y 15J, Omaha Dally Bee. 4,800 ACRES of western Nebraska land to trade, price $16 per acre. Will take merchandise or Income property' for two thirds of the value, part cash and long time on the balance. Submit offer. Cen tral Realty Co., Brandels Bldg., Omaha, Neb. WE have several pieces of western Nebraska land to offer for merchandise or city property. What have you to of fer. Central Realty Co., Brandels Bldg., Omaha, Neb. FOR SALE $5,000 stocic ot hardware, furniture and undertaking in the best town In Boone Co.; will consider some city property. Altschuler Hdwe. Co. St Edwards, Neb , WANTED TO TRADE MY EQUITY of $6,500 in sixteen-room house In Hanscom Park district, leased for two years to responsible party at 11.080. Der year. 66-foot frontage. 168 feet deep, barn in rear. Will trade at above valuation for unencumbered property, or will sell for cash at lower figure. u m, Bee. $16,000 GENERAL stock in A. No. 1 shape, doing a business of $35,000 per an-, num. Will trade for clear farm land in eastern Nebraska or western Iowa. Make your proposition full and complete, quick. Central Realty Co., . Brandels Bldg.. Omaha. Neb. 30 ACRES of good California land for residence near or ln Omaha. Telephone D. 3345. REAL ESTATE ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. Reed Abstract Co., oldest abstract of fice in Nebraska, 206 Brandels Theater. CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE. FOR SALE By the owner, a new 7 room house, all modern. Come and see tt. It can't be beat, neither the price. (05 North 30th St. MUST BE SOLD OWNER LEAVING CITY , Two four-room cottages, having water, gaa and sewer connections, one on east front lot 50x150, nice shade, good neigh borhood, just the place for street car or railroad men, being very handy to their work; location is 1718 and 1729 South 9th St. Price, for both, $3,150, or will sell them separate; reasonable payment down, balance like rent. SCOTT & HILL Douglas 100D. 307-8-9 McCague BldgL iFR'E-EOOM bungalow WALKING DISTANCE . Strictly modern, oak finish in hall, liv ing room and dining room, two nice bed rooms and bath, all on one floor; nice floored attic, good cemented basement, with guaranteed furnace and tank con nected, also sink for laundry purposes; fine neighborhood on paved street, pav ing paid, handy to car, school and stores. Owner has left the city and we must sell this property for him. Price, $3,400, rea sonable payment down, balance like rent. We would like to show you this property, if it doesn't fill the bill, we have others. , SCOTT & ILTLL, Douglas 1009. .307-8-9 McCaguBldg SEE THESE BARGAINS. Large lot ln Crelghton's First Addition on S. 33d St. - Price, $1,300. 3424 Martha St., 7 rooms, nearly new, modern. A snap at $3,200. 1530 S. 20th St.,. 8 rooms, modern, east front, paved street. Just what you want. Only $3,600. $15,000 income property, two-story brick, two stores first floor two flats second floor. Always rented at $143 per month. Make us an offer. POTTER-VALENTINE CO.. 445-6-7 Omaha National . Bank Bldg. .- J. W. Welch, Salesman.' IN CREIGHTON'S 1ST. Two-story square house, parlor, dining room and kitchen on first floor; four bedrooms and bath upstairs; Wise fur nace: nice lot; some fruit, etc. $3,000. See It before you buy. BEMIS-CARLBERG CO. "v' 310-312 Brandels Theater. FINE HOME $6,000 Seven- rooms and bath. Hot water heat, thermostat connection. Quarter-sawed oak finish. Bath room, tiled, floor and walls. Porch with cement floor. Iron rail. etc. East front lot In Crelghton's 1st Add. Owner leaving city. Must be sold. W. H. THOMAS ' 508 First National Bank Building. MODERN COTTAGE, $2100 For quick sale we offer a strictly mod ern 5-room cottage on the north side. $4rt) cash; balance, $20 monthly. rAxNE IN VEoTMrlNT CO. REAL ESTATE CITV PROPERTY FOR 8 A LB. Just Completed. All modern, six room, sleeping porch, pantry and tile finished bath. Oak and maple finish downstairs. Large dining room with window seat built In china closet, plate oil and panneled walla, double floors throughout. Stairs to floored attic. Fine furnace. Close to car and only, ten minutes to 16th and Far nam Sts. A fine home throughout. Easy terms. Call owner. Tel. Douglas 152. FIVE-ROOM house, close in, gas, water, sewer, toilet and barn; lot 30x132. Price, $1,750. Terms. Rosenblum, The Traderman, 513 Ware Block. Phones Douglas 74! and 3959. FOR SALE2577 Evans St.. (-room, new, modern, oak finish, sleeping porch. Call Owner. Webster 731 ON PARK AVE. near Pacific Bt, 9-ft. front, 142 ft. deep, has been held at $6,500, but owner will make clean cut ot $1,000 as this must be disposed of quickly; property would make splendid site for an apart ment, or for flats. O 700, Bee. 7-ROOM house, all modern. 1 blocks from car line, on Sherman Ave.; small ash payment; balance as rent. 14QS Mad ison Ave. 'Phone Webster 110. A SNAP For Sale A large. 7-room house, mod ern In every respect one block from car line. This house cost $4,600; for a quick sale we will accept $4,500 for the place, with $1,000 down, balance on easy pay ments. Douglas 4908. 8-Room Modern Home If you want to buy a well built, well arranged home In good neighborhood, you should see this property. FINE YARD, shrubbery, shade trees, convenient to two car lines. Terms, 8226 WEBSTER. 'PHONE HARNEY 3792. TO BUY, SELL OR RENT. FIRST SEE JOHN W. ROBBINS, 1802 FARNAM ST. ELEGANT 9-room all modern house hot water heat, corner lot $3,500; will give terms to good party. J 706, Bee. FOR SALE. Best lot on 11th St. north of Nicholas, splendid piece of trackage property, 66-ft. front by 132 ft. deep, tracks on both sides of it; is within 800 ft. of U. P. yards and will be needed by the railroad should they extend their yards. Present owner cannot afford to hold it; make an offer, M '702. Bee. THREE -rood lots for sale at 37th and Fowler Ave. Water, sewer and gat. $300 each. Webster 5762. . , ACREAGE FOR BALES. t orcsiardTieights 7 miles from Omaha postofflce, In Iowa, 800 acres, subdivided into small tracts to suit. Pries, $50 to $100 per acre. The. es tate must be sold soon. DAY & HESS, 123 Pearl St., Council Bluffs, will show you the land. Wood and posts for sale. ACKfiAul! BAKGAIN.-i jiear irnaflH. Ortn K Merrill. )21 Cltv Kht. Bunk Bldg. , FOR SALE-A five-acre fruit farm and chicken range, with ten room house; In Council Bluffs city limits. One mile from car line, Council Bluffs, Ia. "K." Omaha Bee, Colorado. ' ';' ' OWNER must sell H20 acres best Irri- ? rated land in San Luis Valley, Colo., or $37.50 per acre. ( miles from Alamosa and in artesinn well belt. All level And all can be cultivated end Irrigated. Fbiir water shares ftirnlRli more water than needed. Will sell half. Baldwin Block, Council Bluffs, la. - --, FOR SALE-Level black toil section near Rock Island , station. Eastern Colorado; $9 per acre: on easy term. Level black soil, 160 acres for IS per acre. 35 Baldwin Blk., Council Bluffs, la. Ions, THE easiest way to find a buyer for your farm Is to insert a small want td In the Des Moines Capital. Largest cir culation In the state of Iowa, 43,009 dally. The Capital Is read by and believed In by the standpatters ot .Town, who simply re fuse to permit any other paper ln their homes. Rates, 1 cent a word a day; 51.21 per line per month; count six ordinary words to the line. Address Des Moin-ii Capital, Des Moines, la I 33 ACRES, 24 miles from postofflce, main road. 7-room house, shed barn; well, spring and timber. Cheap for cash, terms If wanted. W, F. Patton, R. F. D. No. 8. Council Bluffs."- . Minnesota. MINNESOTA. Write for our Minnesota booklet "C;" ipetiial rate. DAY NIGHT REALTY CO., 103 Bankers Life Bldg.. . Lincoln, Neb. KEAL h)SXAitv FARM RANCH I.ANO FOR SAI.il California. California Homes PERFECT IRRIGATION SYSTEM. 10, 20 and 40-acre tracts, best climate and soil on earth; our proposition is sec ond to none In United States. Come to our office and let us explain fully. , It costs nothing to know. -BAKER & SEYMOUR. 828 Brandels Theater Bldg., Omaha. California.. CALIFORNIA BEARING ORCHARD, Famous Bldwell Orchards are full bear ing now In the most fertile section of the Sacramento Val'ey. Chlco, Cal. This property lies directly adjacent to the largest city In Northern California. ' Crop failure unknown. . Several varieties of fruit. Small payment handles this propo sition. We give you a guarantee money back contract until you have inspected your tract. We give a credit on account of rail road fare to all buyers. This year's crops are record breakers. Come In and talk to man from Orchards. .. r . BIDWKLL ORCHARD, INCORPORATED. Charles E. Williamson Co., Sole Agents. OR1DLET trrigated colony lard at $7$ to $'69 per acre; good land, plenty of water; thickly settled district with good schools, adjoining town of 2.0CO. Easy terms. Write for Illustrated booklet Homeseekers' Irrigated Land Co.. Grid ley. California. - f-rsrfa.. -.. GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA. Traversed by the ATLANTIC, BIRMINGHAM-ATLANTIC RAILROAD. Lands adapted to the widest range ot crop. All the money crops of the ioutn plentifully produced. For literature treat, ing with this coming country. Its soil, climate, church and school advantage, write - W. B. LEA HIT, DEPT. K. -' General Passenger Agent,. ATLANTA, OA. REAL ESTATE FARM nCH I.AM1S FOR 8.1I.R Kansas. LISTEN. We are dolnr It. Doing what? Selling farms In Kranklln Co.. Kan., at 40 to $70 per acre. Only 60 miles from Kansas Cltv, the best market In the world. Write for our Sale & Exchange list. Porter Iand Co., Ottawa, Kan. Montana. . , CAREY LANDS OPEN TO ENTRT Valler, Montana, project. Fifteen annual payments. Irrigation system practically completed. Forty thousand acres irri gated this year. Grain yields double dry farm crops. Write Clinton, Hurtt & Co., Ho s, vaner, Monijna The Persistent and Judicious Use of Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to Business Success. , i Nebraska, 180 ACRES in Gosper county, 10 miles southwest of Lexington, 8 miles north of Elwood, Neb.- - Price $66 per acre, Incumbrance $6,609. Will take about $4,300 cash. Soil deep black loam, with clay subsoil. Improvements: House, granary, sheds, well pump, windmill, fences and cross fences, i This place Is leased to March 1, 191S. For further Information address B. A. MEYL. 626 S. lth St., Omaha. FOUR homestead relinquishments, 2,660 acres; S sets Improvements; 38 acres In crop; 18 miles from railroad. Price $2,500. Loup Land Co., Seneca. Nh- 110 ACRES in Doubles Co., 14 miles from Omaha, I mites from Irvlngton. Gently rolling and bottom land. Well Improved. W. H. Thomas, 608 First Nat'l Bank Bldg., Omaha. soatn Dakota. FOR eAL3-lC9 acres flood farm land; 40 acres broke, balance all tillable; I miles from Dallas and ( miles front Colome. Prioe. $40 per aore, payable (1,500 cash, $2,500 March 1. 1913; U4tf) March L 1917. Address Bos 186, Daila, K. D. j FOR BALE. 150 acres 11 miles east of Buffalo Gap, S. D., on Cheyenne river. All fenced. A big bargain at $3.1. a nl acre. Address P. J. Mlnner, Grand Island, Neb. THE South Dakota low priced lands that have produced bumper crops this year are attracting great attention from homeseekers and speculators. They have produced $354 per capita and averaaed $2,501 per furrn In new wealth. This is new. equalled by any otner state. Government liomeKteaciB may stui be nad. For further Information address Com. misstoner of Immigration, .Pierre, S. D, LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST ' Ship live Jock to South Omaha. Save mileage and shrinkage. Your consign ments receive prompt and careful alien Ion. ,, ,,., Lire Stock Commission Merchants. BTBRS BROS, ft CO. Strong. rellabU. Clay. Robison ft Co., 200 Exchange Blag" CLIFTON Com. Co.. 322 Kxclinnge Bldg. finyder-MBlone-Cnffrnsn Co.. )5i Fix, HI1. LAVERTY IJRO-S.. lfi' ixci'iango Bldg. ' RAILWAY TIME CARD. UNION sTATICft lfnth and Mason, Union Pacific . ' ' Dprt. ArrlTs. l.n Tna. Ovrlani lmi...t f.ii m 7:40 dis Chins Japan Mall a 1:60 pro a 1:45 pm Atlantic Epra a 7 1J ira Oifgori ttsraat .,: .....,.all:M an a 4:M pm Loa Angelas Limited all:4S pm a I SO pm Dnnr gptolal 1 144 am aU 16 am CoDtannlal Stat Special ....all ei am Ml am Colorade ErrM ,,..al:Mpra a4:Wpm Orcgon-Waahlnstoa Llmlt4...all:W pra a 1:20 pm Nona. 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', .) 0 4 09 am 00 am U pu 1 pm H put &5 pin W pm :30 pm 01 am .) pu a 1:00 am 1V:W pm a fit pm a l it pat a 7:m ma u:ou am a 0:10 pm a i'iipm 11:11 pm a : am :U pu '12:3U pn a : am aHi:w am aia -a I 34 pm 11 .U pm "11:00 am all. fro as a t:3 pm t:20 pra a .20 pm alu.i pn h :4i put a 15 am "U 1 pm hlO:U aa Missonrl Pacific K. C. 4k St. Louis Kxprss..a 1:00 an a 7 00 am K. C. a St. Loul. Eipr..all:le pm a IM m K. C. St. Paul UoilUd..ai0: am a U pm Political Notes Joseph Cralll of Fairfield, la., waa nominated for congress on the progres sive ticket at the first Iowa district convention. DISCOVER LONG LOST TRIBE Stefannson and Anderson Find De scendant, of Greenland Colonists FOUR TEARS IN ARCTIC COUNTRY Iowa Physician Now on Whale Steamer Bringing Bark Valnahle Collection latraaed for New York Mnaeani. . , SEATTLE, Wash.. Sept. 10.WllhJalmar Stefansson, after spending more than four years In arctic explorations, returned to Seattle today by steamer from Nome, Alaska, and told of his probable dis covery of the descendants of the Scan dinavian cqlonlsts of Greenland, who were last heard of in 1412, and who when trade with Greenland waa resumed In the seventeenth century,, had disappeared. Stefansnon and his companion. Dr. R. M. Anderson , of Forest. City, made a valuable soologlral and ethnological col lection, which is now on the steam whaler Belvedere, with Dr. Anderson, and will leave for New York tomorrow night. Stefansson reports Dr. Anderson In per fect health. The Belvedere Is now whal ing off- Wrangle Island,' Siberia. , Dur ing more than four years Stefansson and Anderson were together ' only nine months, aa they could cover more ground by separating. . 1 , . Stefansson and Anderson went to the arctic ln 1908 by way of Winnipeg, Ed monton and down the Mackenile river to Its mouth. They were bound for Ooron-t atlon gulf, a region marked in red on Canadian maps (uninhabited), and which they had been warned to avoid. Stefans aon spent the first winter at the m truth ot Colvllle river, Alaska; the second at Cape Parry; the third on Coronation gulf and Victoria land; the . fourth- at Cape Parry. Joarney by bog Team. ' On leaving the arctic, he made a leisurely Journey alone with a dog team from Cape Parry to Point Barrow, . 1,000 miles, visiting all the Eskimo settle ments along the-coast He left Cape Parry March 22 and reached. , Point Bar row June 13. The expedition made Its headquarters for collecting at .Bailey Island, a resort of whaling vessels east from the Mackenzie river, and here, the material gathered was placed on the Belvedere, .ft will not be unpacked until it arrives at the big New York museum. The feature of the collection, from pop ular standpoint, are the skins, skulls and leg bones of nineteen barren ground grii Zly bears, ready for mounting. Only one barren ground grlwly Is in any museum. It Is supposed that bears of two species are in the collection. The barren ground grisslly. attains .a weight of 700 pounds. It lives on the thick roots of an herb. At the approach of winter the bear, which has taken on a four-Inch layer of fat, burrows a hole ln a river bank and permits Itself to be covered by. snow. Apparently the bear hibernates without loss of (energy, f of in April, when it leaves Its hole, the fat Is still Intact. However, in April and May, there Is no food, and the bear grows thin before roots are obtainable In June. ' Stefansson found pottery farther east than ever before known, and also grass baskets.' Tells of White Eskimos. , Of the so-called white Eskimo of Coro nation gulf Stefansson said: "They were taller than the Greenland Eskimos, but not so tall as the Alaska Eskimos. They spoke Eskimo, though I thought I detected some Norse words, and they lived in the typical Eskimo way. I visited thirteen groups of these people, who number' probably . 2,000, and saw 1,000 of them. Ten of these groups or tribes Jiad never come Into contact with whites and had not even a tradition of them. r "Two tribes had traditions of the Sir John Franklin expedition. , An old man in one tribe had seen Richardson In 184$. and. an old man in another tribe had seen Cblllnson In 1853. . The thirteenth tribe had been visited by whalers, ' V "Between the country of the blonde Eskimos nd the Mackenzie,' Is a barren strip 800 miles wide, whloh la never crossed by Eskimos. The Eskimos west of the strip have no knowledge of Eski mos to the east. Those to the east know there are western Eskimos, but believe them savage cannibals, , "Musk ox, polar bear and. "teals are abundant, and the blonde Eskimos live Well. Many of them have eyes as blue as my vown, and very blond eyebrows are the rule. A great many of the men have sandy or red beards. They have no tradition of their ancestry. On Vic toria land are a number of stone houses, but the blonde Eskimos shun them, Bay Ing they were built by spirits who in habited the country before men came. 1 was unable to gather statistics of blue eyes, for when the blue-eyed persons found I was seeking them they avoided me. not understanding what I wished. However, I took cephalic measurements of a large number of the malel; and I fcund that the facial Index was the same its that of the Eskimo-Scandinavian half bloods of Greenland. '.'and1 not typically Eskimo. ' v "I made note of the tribe visited by Collinson In 1853. He wrote that it num bered 200 persona There are now. 220, and all are ln good health. ' ' " "On tlm other hand, Dr. . Richardson, in 1848. found 2,000 Eskimos . between the Mackenzie rlv-er and Bailey Island. These Eskimos have been ln contact wltn white md only forty persons survive and these ire diseased-"; . ; i-y Stefansson ascribes the success of hi expedition to the fact that he teak no. food supply, but went Into the country with his rifle. He lived at the Eskimos did; much of the time among them Eskimo women sewed his 'garments, but otherwise be needed no aid from the Eskimos. ' 8tefanason believes that Hubert Darrell,' an Englishman of good family, who dis- appeared while on the Arctic shores easf of the Mackenzie river, is dead. "In September, WOO," said he, "Darrell went to a whaling vessel that was win tering at Bailey Island. Darrell was quite" alone and was pulling a sled. This way of traveling Was not so foolhardy at It seems. A man alone in the arctlo la tn peril only ivhen he It overtaken by acci dent. or sickness. Then be 11 helpless and must perish! , ,';On. leaving the whaler Darrell went southwest , to . Liverpool bay, where . hit camp waa. Eskimos saw htm when he- went back to his camp, which Wat torn distance from the Eskimo camp, but they did not see bim when he left hfs camp and they do hot know in what direction lie went. He tc!d the Eskimos that h would return next year to buy furs. This, wat hit purpose In exploring the coast to learn of the trading possibilities. "Darrell may bare gone west along the coast or south up the Anderson river toward Fort Good Hope. At it wasJ known he Intended to go to Dawson,, I think he went west toward McPherson. "Last winter when an Eskimo from Bailey island went up Anderson river he found a biased tree with biased writing' on It. He told me what he had found and that next year he would cut the tree an4 bring me the section of the writing to Bailey Island. I think the writing was that of an Indian and not ot DarrelU The priests at Fort Good Hope have taught the Indians to write." Thirty Thousand Die in Chinese Province Following Typhoon; . Art .,,, . v a 1 . n . , .. . .. BtiAuiaiv iu. iiniiieiis lues oi life is. reported tn mall advices just re- ?elved from Wenehow'ln the province; of Cheklang. Chinese estimates give tM death roll between 3D.00O tnd 40.0C4) af the result of a ,typhon, combined with, torrential rains and high tides which occurred August 29. Great floods followed and the tipper Wenchow river overflowed a vast area. The town Tslngtlen. fnrty miles northwest of Wenchow, 'was over whelmed and 10,000 of the inhabitants were drowned. Various other towns and villages were destroyed .and the prefec-' ture at Chuchow, ai important mission ary station, was washed away, . . - " ' , The typhon of August 29 swept' ove several provinces on' the eastern coast, of China, Including Che Klang and Fu kleiv Previous telegraphic advices re ported great loss of life and damage to property around Foo Chow, the tea at the mouth of the Min river being strewn, with hundreds of bodies, , - .' ,,. , , , . -- ; ; Florence to Shine Up For the Jig Pionia George Sorensony mayor of Florence has issued a proclamation calling on prop-: erty owners to clean up and decoratt their residences and places of business In honor of the picnic of f he Odd Fellows, to be held there Saturday. It la expected that fully 1,000 people wtll attend the pic nic, including members of the nineteen' lodges of Omaha and those within a radius of fifty miles. . V In the evening the park will be bril liantly lighted. A large dancing plat form will also be erected. The picnic Is to be a basket affair and to be held dur ing the day. During the afternoon there will be sporting events for men, women tnd children, winding up with a big base ball game between the Omaha and South Omaha lodges, ' .. ' . From 5 to S:80 o'clock the basket dinner Will be served. At 7 o'clock the big pa rade will take place over the main streets. After the parade the speech-making will take place. W. A. Yoder on behalf of the local lodge of Odd Fellows and R. tl Olmsted on behalf of the city will extend" the ' welcome. Governor Aldrich and Judge Sutton. wtU be the principal speak ers. Dancing will round out the day. .. Big Horn Basin Products on Show BASIN. Wyo,, S4-pt. 10.-(Spec)al Tele gram,) The . land show which is to be held in the' alfalfa palace of the Big Horn county falf grounds Septemb-jr 17-20 promises to be a complete success.' The alfalfa palace is now in. course of construction and will be in readiness for exhibits by Thureday of this week!, with the best uf broductn ever rrown !rl the basin and producers are -interested: as never before. It is felt that the land" show will be worth a long trip to see iti Prlies aggregating over $4,000 have been offered. . ' ..'' The wild west features 'promise to beT very attractive, a large number of wild horses having been- brought in from the" mountains. One of the exhibits at this Show will' be one of four car loads of, tomatoes canned tn Basin. ; r The Yellow Peril.. . - Jaundice malaria biliousness, . vanitb when . Dr. King's New Life . Pills arc taken:, . Easy, safe, guaranteed .Sc. , Fof .into by Beaton Drug Co. ' . , l