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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1908.
will be labra ill IS at. (or the
evening edition and antll p. m. for
the moraine fhandar edition.
R(tM 1 l-2o a ward Mrst Insertion,
la a word thereafter, sjothlnaj taken
for lea Itta lHs for lit flrat Ineer
tlon. Then advertisement Mil he
AfTfrllarn, by reaaestln a no -frerrd
cheek, raa have ana era ad
dressed to a aambered letter la ear
f Tba Bee. Anawera aa addreaaed
will bo delivered oa preaeatatloa of
. MONDAY, APKIL2,
Iv and night. Mew clawi in bookkeep
ing, telcgrapny, shorthand, typewriting
and English. Uet a catalogue. Addrese
11. B. BOILES, president, hoy lit Bldg.,
OMAHA Safe and Iron Worke make a spe
cialty of nra escapes, ahutlera, duora aud
area. U. Andrccn, Prop., 102 8. lOth Bt.
Tlolo Tien RUM BEL, BON. 1134
A ICS N Ulix Bl oraaha.
UGN PAINTING. 8. H. Cole, 1803 Douglaa.
fWR BUT and sell typewriters. Wa will
aril your machlna on a amall commission.
Omaha-Typewriter Exchange, 328 Neville
Blk. Tel. Doug. 50. R M673
83TE1NWAY piano, upright, biff bargain,
perfleld Piano Co., 111 Farnam 8U
GUNSMITH, keya, trunk locka, repairing.
Heflln, 217 B. 14th. TeL Douglaa 2j74.
KNIVES AND FORKS silver plated, $2.25
per due. Omaha Plating Co., 15o Harney
fct R M i'i4 Mch21
HAVE W II ton hang paper, quick, clean. Pa
per cleaning a specialty. Tel. Doug.-6y6o.
TRY KELLT'B TOWEL SUPPLY. TeL
Doug. ttu. - R 904
R.ICH FALCONER, repairing a specialty;
also contracting, 2517 N. 20th, Douglaa i.L
6ECOND-HAND Typewrltera aold, rented
and repaired. Ferer's Typewriter Sup
ply Co., 40 Be Bldg. 'Phone Doug. 7-ti.
R&57 Apr 1
INCUBATORS, brooderl and chick food.
Burr Incubator Co., 28th and Davenport.
r am bicna
Iowa Sanitary Cleaning Co., 1919 Farnam.
SECOND-HAND Typewrltera aold, rented
and repaired. Ferer'a Typewriter and
Supply Co., 1608 Farnam. Piione Doug
laa 7265. . R 367 Apr. 1
PURVEYING, Blickensderfer, 112 Bee Bldg.
CAD IRONS replated. 1506 Harney BC
R M706 Mch21
MARTIN MEYER, ahlrta, underwear to or
der. R-M706 Mch21
CM AHA Electrto Works, electrical repair
ing. Prlcea right. 108-12 N. 11th St. TeL
Doug. 118L R M12S M24
FOH SALE MISCELLANEOUS
CODA FOUNTAINS, any sum. l&la Farnain.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. BEST MIXED
PAINT. Sherman at McConnell Drug Co.,
Omaha. . . U-841
HALL'S safea new, 2d-baad. ISIS Farnam.
t'OP. BALE-Two Ufa achola hips on
Umaha business college. Adores uwlgni
Williams, Omaha Bee, .Omaha, N'eb,
JVUI-CH COWS, oo eaay . terms, 43d and
Center. Q 2W
FOR BALE A I a discount, due bill from
one of the most desirable Ills Insurance
. companies, whleh may ba applied on a
Ural year's premium; any one considering
taking out u. policy can save money.
Address P 67, care iloe. it M7
PIANO FOR BALE Party w-no purchased
piano only a few weks ago will sell It
ul a discount from the cash price paid.
Address P 63, cure Bee. j
PIANO Square. (10; 60 cents weekly. Per
jleld Piano Co, 1611 Farnam St. Q 943
CRIBBING, flr timbers, DO feet and under;
seasoned hardwood lumber. 16th & lsard.
00 STOVES to aeleet from at low prices.
Chicago Furniture Co., lilu-UU Dodge St.
" SPECIAL PRICES FOR NEBRASKA.
The famous Old Trusty Incubators, made
by Johnson, the inoubator man. Send
for free catalogue; IM poultry
Illustrations. M. M. Johnson Co., Clay
Canter- Neb. J-47
100 SINGLE Iron beds, springs and mattrea
kk. U eath, complete; worth o. 20U D vpl.
U 2ttJ Mch-o
CAUTION I Beware of fake piano ads.;
genuine new Stein way pianos are sold
ONLY by Schmolier ic Mueller and they
are the ONLY authorised Nebraska rep
resentatives. Tel. Doug.-l&ft. I4u7 Har
ney St.- "J Moil
KINDLING for tale; good wood, sawed and
spilt, ready tot stove. Balbech A Huge
tiorn Planing Mill. 'Phone liurney 16m.
Q M7SS AS
FOR SALE At a bargain, window shades
of nine-room houne, all In good condition;
alo Ice cheat, gas stnve, iron ledi. rugs,
elo. Apply at onee, 3f27 Chicago St.
TWO largA French plats store mirrors,
Cheap.- 81s No. 16th. Q Ma54 x
FOR SALE At 3019 Marcy St.. houwhold
furniture. Q M4.19 l'Jx
WK have three good horses for sale. D.
. H. SiMltli Extract and Splcc Co.. 8.
Hlh St. ' Q-MW Xx
G(X)l) (laying telephone syntem for sale,
nr might tske good cheap land In ex
change. Flrst-clasa Investment for any
one with telephone experience. Write. W
S;'. mre of Bee. . Y U
M l'.AT . irarket and, nice home for sale or
tiailc.. will trade' tor good raatern Ne-
lii.isk.-i );itid. Address W H, Bee.
Y M1S6 r?x
C you vtnl te ell your property?
Do you waul lo buy u nnine?
Io you want lo rent u house?
1k you want to get in ir out of business?
1 io you want lo borrow money?
If so, list your unii. mlth us; we get re
sults. TEMPLUTON t JIA.NKEP..
JU Bee Bldg. Tet. DuuKlus-.tOt.
HOMES EEKERS, ATTENTION! Double
your, money; buy iiriguted sugur bret
farms; protected by huge reservoir; never
falling water supply; perpetual ws tor
right", advancing rapidly; a rare oppor-
' tunity; safe as government bonds. Write
today or call on Kutch Spurr, Jules
burg. Colo. Y MJ0J 21
OLD established well pump and windmill
business for sale. J. E. Hoover, Ixck
Box 45, Benedict, Neb. Y M1S1 A14x
14.000 GROCERY STOCK : will take part
rash, balance land or city property, clear.
!ock Box 115, Omahs. Y 494 2UX
CHAPMAN MAHAN. Repairs promptly
d.me Prl.es reasonable. l7o N. 2h.
Tel. Red -664. -7(3 Ucha
JOHNSON TnE BTTSY
v PLUM BINO AND HEATING CO.
fJPsT SERVICE I.OWKST PHICKS.
TEL, Douglas ttw. isii harney.
R MJi A
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
Church Co... mala floor
The New Snow-
N. Y. L. TeL
J. M. MACrARLAXD. t ti. Y. U Bl !g.
Tel. Dviul hj, v4
WANTED MALE HELP
DRl'O stores bought snd sold. Drug clerks
wanted. F. V. Kritent, .4 N. Y. L.
WANTED- For U. 8. army, able-hndled
men letween ages of 21 and 36; citisena of
United Ptate, of good character and tem
perate hahlis, who can speak, read and
write English. For information apply to
Recruiting Office, 13th and Douglas Bts.,
Omsha.; Lincoln and Grand Island, Neb.,
or bioux Cily, la. B ITS
MEN and boys wanted to learn plumbing,
bricklaying, plastering trades; pays In a
day. Coyne Bros. Co., New lork, C'hi
rsKO. Cincinnati, St. Louis. Free cata
logue. B I0S
CIVIL SERVICE work. See Underhtll. 3320
N. 24th. B-M Mchl
STOP"1 tne Nb- House, 17 Douglas;
w A rooms 2lxs and up; bods (iron lac;
just opened; everything new and clean.
WANTED Four trustworthy boys, with
bicycles; permanent positions. A. D. T.
Co., 212 S. 13th St. B M570 A3
WANTED W Indow trtmmer and sign
writer. Apply People's Store.
WANTED Competent, experienced Insur
ance producers for bent fraternity ex
tant; ealnry and commission. F. K. Roose,
president, Denver, Colo. B MX9 24
COAT maker wanted; steady work. J. F.
Geesen. Seward, Neb. B M442 20
WANTED A German sausage maker; one
who has had experience in the sausage
making business. Write R. M. West
phalen, Atlantic, la. B M 443 Is
WE will sell the exclusive right to manu
facture and sell our household garbages
burner In the state of Nebraska to the
right parties. For prices. Information and
description of device spplV to Domestic
Garbage Burner Co., Kalamasoo, Mich.
B M 4M 24
TAILORS wanted at 13(17 Farnam and 12
N. 34th St., South Omaha. B M425 1
WANTED First clans meat cutter; good
hours; must be strictly sober; good pay.
A. G. Bracke, Falrbury, Neb.
B M164 20
HARNESS MAKERS, with factory experi
ence at light work, wanted by Schulze
Bros. Co., Duluth, Minn. B-M191 21
WANTED by calendar factor at Red Oak,
la., compositors, Gordon pressmen and
feeders. Good wages. Address E. G.
Williams, Supt., care Thos. D. Murphy
Co. B M104 24
WANTED men, everywhere; good pay; to
distributee circulars, adv. matter, tack
signs, etc.; no canvassing. Address Na
tional Distributing Bureau, WO Oakland
Bank Bldg., Chicago, 111. B M3M 19x
ENERGETIC mm of good address for per
manent outside position, also 2 men to
a.tslst field manager, city and out-of
town routes; 16 weekly expenses ad
vanced; no experience necessary; only
those out of employment need apply Mon
day after 8:30 a. m. to H. K. Hebard,
Paxton hotel. B M484 lvx
WE require a good bookkeeper with $1,000.
Address W 62. Bee. B M4S3 20x
WANTED FEMALE HELP
APPRENTICE girls, Burgess Shirt Co.
WANTED Girl for general housework.
Mrs. C. S. Ely. 2120 Binney. C M21
GIRL for general housework; small fam
ily; good wages. Mrs. C. B. Stebblns, 1230
Park Wild Ave. Tel. Douglas-63J0.
WANTED Experienced shirt hands, on
power machine; good wages; steady em
ployment. Albert Cahn, 1322 Farnam St.
WANTED Experienced coat hands for
ladles'- alteration department; good sal
aries. B. Fredrick Itcrger & Co., 1617
Karnam St. . C 240
WANTED A good girl to do plain wash
. Ing and Ironing. The Creche, l'Jth and
Harney. C 240 1
WANTED Competent girl for aroncral
hoUBewcrk; good wages. Apply 3718 Dtwev
Ave. 'Phone Harney 2&1L . . C M1I4 lux
WA NTED Capable ' nurse to care for
children and to do upstairs work; good
wages. 'Phone Harney Soil.
WANTED Girls whir are handy with the
needle. 1207 Farnam and 12 N. 24th,
South Omaha. C 426 19
WANTED Neat girl for general house
work; small family. Inquire 2631 Capitol
' AVS. C M460
A GOOD forelady wanted who can furnish
$500 In order to retain her permanency.
Address W 63, Ree. C M4M 20x
WANTED Experienced salesmen to sell
medicines and household articles from a
wagon to farmers on commission. Travel
ing expenses allowed and a reasonable
earning guaranteed. Both old .and new
territory available. The Haller Proprie
tary Co., Blair, Neb. L M 181 21
WANTED Lund salesman;. a hustler; must
be experienced; give references. Address
Box 44, Julesburg, Colo. L MM 21
WANTED Competent wall paper salesman
at once. Apply by letter lo W 19 care
Bee. - L 263 19.
WANTED One each, clothing, dry goods
and grocery salesmen for country only,
thoroughly experienced men wanted. Call
at Paxtou Hotel, Sunday aad Mondar.
L M432 lx
WANTED A whII educated young man of
the strenuous type, tor important outside
position In sales organisation of . large
corporation. Good chance for advance
ment. Call on C. W. Eckerman. Irt5
Karnam. I M437
WANTED First-class salesman to call on
grocery trade. Annen Candy and Biscuit
Co.. Ureen Ray, Wis. L M4"i 20S
ENERGETIC man of good addrcpa for per
manent outside position; also t men lo
assist Held manager; city ami out-of-town
routes; $J5 weekly; expenses . advanced;
no experience necessary; only those out
of employment need apply, Monday, after
9:30 a. m., to H. E. Hebard, Pax ton hotel.
ONLY. HOTEL In town; trade for land or
sail; bus line and mall from train; livery
barn. Pays from $l,ou0 to $-,ow a year.
Sell on account of wife's health. Address
W-21. Z-M 144 A12
FOR TRADE 1H0 acres best hay lant In
Holt county; will trade for residence prop
erty in Omaha or Uncoln; price $i,5uu.
Anderson Bros., Bristow. Neb.
IP YOU do not find what you want In this
column, put an ad. In and you will soon
get It. Z-fts
i GOOD FARM LANDS TO EXCHANGE
rK CITl PKOFEKTY.
16 acres located within k mile ut Plaits
mouth. Nebraska; land lays fairly well,
all under cultivation, good five-room cot
tage, small orchard, bum and other out
buildings. Will exchange a $3.uo0 equity
In this place for good dwelling In Omaha
or South Omaha, of equal value.
to acres located alwjut 10 miles south of
Platlsmouih; all under cultivation, good
live-room house, barn, double corn crib,
two wells, good young orrharl; land lays
rolling. Price, $H) per acre. Will ex
change same for a good residence In
Omaha. South Omaha or any good east
ern Nebraska town. Musi he free from
encumbrance; nothing against this place.
Will rent for $.00 an acre cash. Can
give possession of this immediately. For
further particulars write Fuller Tate,
Plattsmouth, Neb. Z 414 -'4
U LOWELL B school, 16J3 Far., room $4..
LADIES' shirt waist suits our specialty.
Burgess. iJ'i-i Faruam St. TeL Duug. 4113.
MRS. ROYS lingerie waists and fancy
summer drcuea. Douglas 2.46. -r"4 Dav
enport. Mtifcl As
BCANLON. robes, dressmaking. 119 N. Kih.
RADMAN, ladles' tailor; riding bablta and
eemig roals, Scl.l prices till April
li 2i:9'. Uaiuam. Tel. Douglas stfll.
In a short time what the Wise Man
knows now, the whole public will know
It will be too late then for Bargains.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
DEWEY European hotel, 131H and Farnain.
Doug. 611 O.M.E. Haul Trunks
WELL furnished, modern, steam heated
rooms, 2234 Farnam, Flat . Tel. Doug.
NEWLY furnished rooms, 2634 Davenport;
walking distance. E 432
FURNISHED rooms for rent at 2fJ4 Dav
enport St. E-I63
NICELY furnished large southeast room;
modern, suitable for one or two gentle
men. 217 South 2oth St. E-179
FURNISHED ROOMS- Modern, 216'.' Bt.
Mary's. Phone Douglas 4ot9. E 41 20x
A LARGE FRONT ROOM with alcove,
nicely furnished, modern; private family,
close in.' Ill N. 20th St. E M2ib
TWO nicely furnished rooms, modern
gentlemen prefcred, 1917 Cuss St., Tel.
Douglas 6876. E Matt 19x
LARGE nicely ittrnishM room; persons oc
cupied during day preferred. 23o4 Daven
port. 1 E 496 2ox
FOUR elegantly furnished front rooms,
with piano, for housekeeping. 2018 Daven
port. E 496 19x
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms, cafe.
Doug. 611 O.M.E. Haul Trunks
ROOMS and good board, $a per week and
up. Call 1617 Chicago at. F 912
NICELY furnished rooms In house entirely
modern; good board; all home comforts.
Mrs. F. Harvey, 319 So. 2tith Bt,
TWO very pleasant south front rooms;
family table. Sow Farnam at.
' F-M-2W IPX
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
4 modern rooms, parlor floor. 1509 s. 28th St.
TWO large rooms with alcove. 2413 Cass.
CENTRAL, all-modern 3-room, parlor
floor. 220 North 23d. , G MtwO
THREE nice unfurnished rooms for light
housekeeping. 2635 Seward. G Mzi9 19x
FOR RENT HOUSES
$40 1-arge store room, 1818 Harney St.
across from library.
N. P. DODGE ft CO..
Bee Bldg., 1714 Farnnm.
D M475 20
HOUSES ? S11, he city, a
w kjj-uj Peters Co., Bee Bldg.
Three and 4-room flats; modern except heat;
walking distance. 1105-7 N. 19th St.; $g
and $12 per month. Inquire R. C. Peters
Co., ground floor. Bee Bldg.
HOUSES ln aU p"1" of tne c'ly- T"
UUUOM Q K jjavu Co.. 208 Bee Bldg.
HOUSES, Insurance. Rlngwalt, Barker Blk.
- D sl
THE Omaha Van Storage Co., pack,
move and store H. H. goods. Storehouse.
1120-24 N. mh. Office. liiUVk Farnam.
TeL Doug. 1U9. - D 91$
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van Stor
age Co. Tel. Doug. 1415. Office, iTU Web
ater St. D 919
-ROOM modern house, except furnace, $20,
C. M. Baclimann. 436 Paxton Blk. TeL
Red 2639. . D 234
BEE us when shipping household goods to
large cities west. We can save you
money. EXPRESSMEN'S DELIVERY
CO.. 214 N. Sixteenth St. Tel. Doug. 1195.
FOR RENT Seven-room house, with bath
and laundry; N. E. cor. 2Mb Ave. and
Leavenworth; house In perfect order; new
plumbing; hot water heating; rent $40. W,
J. ConnelL 101 Bee Bldg. D M292
FOR RENT 4-room flat; city Water. 16th
and Vinton Sis.; $s per month. C. M.
Bachmann. 436 Paxton Blk. D M675
7-ROOM, modern cottage, close in. Apply
2223 Burt St. D 7&2
3027 Chicago St., 8 rooms, nice yard. $W;
2706 Furnam, 8 rooms modern, brick,
$46; 1910 Binney, 10 rooms modern. $35.
Rh.gwalt Bros., Barker block. D M287 19
$188 rooms, all newly papered and painted,
1222 So. 27th St., mod. ex. furnace.
$166 rooms, 11 So. 15th St.
$362772 Cal. St., 8-r., all modern.
$16 5-room flat, 27i Cuming St.
N. P. DOI G K & CO.,
Bee Bldg., 1714 Farnam.
D M474 2(
FOR RENT 10-room modern house, 29J1
Maple street. Inquire F. P. Klrkendall
Co.. 110$ Harney. , D M 264 24
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
FOR RENT Desk room in Bee office, city
hall building, 417 N. 26th St., South Omaha.
Apply to manager. 1134
SUITABLE for wholesale or manufactur
ing, 41xlU; three floors and basement,
elevator; will rent 22xluo separately; 10UI-6
Farnam St. Inquire 314 First National
Bank Bldg. 1923
GROUND FLOOR space 66x122, light three
sides, Union Pacific trackage, suitable for
manufacturing or light storage. L. G.
Do up, 13 ill and Nicholas Sis.
STORE room ln a brick building, 4202
Hamilton St., for rent, only $10 per
nvjnth. R. C. Peters &. Co-, ground floor.
Bee Bldg. I 6S9
CENTRAL, drug store, with fixtures: also
laundry, with power. Tlzard. 230 North
FOR RENT A first class business building
on a good corner in one of the best towns
In northeast Nebraska; 100x25 feet; a choice
location for grocery, general merchandise
or furniture store; two stories and base
ment; could arrange living rooms on sec
ond floor; elevator, electric lights and
modern conveniences; elegant show win
dows front and -aide. Address v 8:1, care
Bee. I M4t5 24k
FOR RENT Desk room or- half of a
pleasant office. Address W 39, Bee.
FOR RENT Ground floor space. SOx'.iO, M.
O. trackage, suitable for manufactur
ing or storage. Inquire Neb. -Iowa 8eol
Tank, 14th and Nicholas. I M439 24x
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Front room, on ground floor,
south of Farnam: furnished or un
furnished. State price. Address W 3s,
care Bee. K M 417 20x
IXsST Thursday evening, between Hen
shaw and 25th and Dodge, lady's fancy
tortoise shell comb with two drsgons
and topas ornament. Reward If returned
to W .H. Bennelt Bennett s, main floor.
LOST Scotch collie dpg, tip of tall white.
Tel. Harney $-ji. M 431 lx
JOHNSON Inst i tut , 41$ N. Y. L. TeL Doug.
DR. WELLS, L. O. and M. D. Neville Bia.
M j0 Ati
FOR SALF REAL ESTATE
SOUTH OMAHA HOME.
Elegant location, 10 rooms all modern;
S rooms and bnth down stairs, S rooms
and bath tip stairs; house almost new;
Inige barn; lot 40x110. If you are looking
for tho chance to buy a home that will
pay for Itself look at this quick; the up
stairs will rent for $30" per month; live
down-stairs and make the second floor pay
for the home. Price $4,800. 1114 N. 23 St.,
South Omaha. .
R. H. LANDERYOU,
442 Board of Trade. Tel. Douglaa-2151.
514-16-18 S. 22d St. (between Half Howard
and St. Mary's Ave.), three 10-room
houses, modern; rent, $110 per month.
GEORGE & CO.. 1601 FARNAM.
RE M422 20
On South 20th, Near Vinton,
9-r. house, mod. ex. fur., large lot on paved
street, all special taxes paid; a great bar
gain at $3,500.
Payne Investment Company
1st Fl. N. Y. L. Bldg. Tel. Douglas 17S1.
RE M247 19
THE Glover Cuban Land Co., A. 3, N. Y. L.
Bldg., Omaha, sell lands In Cuba. Round
trip, Omaua to Havana, 7.85. RE 936
CHEAPEST property In the West Farnam
district, between 29th St. and 29th Ave.,
Harney and Dewey Ave., adjoining the
First Baptist church property. Terms to
WESTERN REALTY CO..
Phone Douglas Ul'91. 429 Paxton Rlk.
RE M4J8 1
FARMS and city homes. Kemp. Real Eg
later, BlulV, Neb. ' RE Ws
CA3 Williamson Co.u- Lj-
PAYS TEN PER CENT NET.
SIX brick flats within Ave blocks of busi
ness center, where property is rapldly
Increuslng in value.
GEORGE A CO., 1601 Farnam.
RE M 2T9 21
ELEGANT 8-room modern house, 1306
South 2!Uh street, cemented basement,
largo attic, east front, fine lawn, lot
60xln0 feet. Apply Conrad Young, 1518
Dodge St. Tel. Douglas 1571.
RE M458 20
FOR SALE A home worth $30,000 for $12..
000; west side. Address L 17. Bee.
; RE M859
FOR SALE FARMS
TWO DOUGLAS COUNTY.
$65 per acre for 80 acres S miles north of
Gretna, all upland, lies well, half under
cultivation, balanoa tiuy land.
$100 per acre for. lift, acres 10 miles north
west of city, near Military road, lies well;
land In hlgl est strife of cultivation, 21
acres meadow and posture, balance under
plow; good 9-roodi house, large barn and
other outbuildings,' 2. windmills.
GEORGE & CO'f, 1001 FARNAM.
; ,. H-M423 20
WRITE to Scandinavian Canadian Land
Co., Chicago. They will tell you all about
It. . 11-M974 24X
Farm and Ranch Lands
Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming;
low prices; ten years time. Land Dept..
U. P. R. R.. Omaha, Neb., Dept. "A."
CORN FARM OR FEEDING STATION.
2M acres choice corn land, -H miles from
railway station and 12 "miles from Omaha;
Ut deeded, loO school land leased for ".G
years at 55 vents per acre per annum.
Price, tll.Ouo. Owner offered $4 per acre
cash rent, or 10 per cent net on price
asked. Will take part trade In good
Omuha rental property, put ln at its cash
value. Reason for selling, old age and
R. C. PETERS & CO.,
218 South 17th Street. Bee Building.
MONEY TO LOAW ftcAL ESTATE
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith si Co., 1420 Farnam St,,
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
BUILDING loans on residence property; 6
per cent. W. M. Meiklu, Ramge Blk.
LOWEST RATES Be mis, Paxton Block.
PRIVATE mouey. F. D. Wead, 1520 Douglaa.
GARVIN BROS., 16U4 Farnam; city loans, i
and tta per cent interest; no delay.
$1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property in Omuha; lowest rales;
no deluy. Thomas Brennan, R. 1, N. Y.
t & 6Vfc PER CENT loans on city property.
W. II. Thomas, 1st National Bank Bldg.
WANTED City Loans. R. C. Peters 4k Co.
FARM, CITY AND BUILDING LOANS,
Reed Bros., 1710 Farnam St. W 033
PER CENT STOCK. $1,000 or $3,uO0, of U.
S. Yards Co. stock for sale. W. L. Solby.
440 Board of Trace Bldg. W M294
Chambers' School of Stage Arts,
Lyric Theater, Nineteenth and Farnam.
Thorough Course of Instruction In Stags
Public performances by pupils In their
own theater, under personal directorship
of Frederick Jim" Fulton, formerly lead
ing cliiincter with "Aiisona," "Frederick
Wardc," "Froliniaii's," nine years Wood
ward Htock. Kaunas City. Omaha. Tele
phone. Dougles 1871 14&.
Willard E. Chambers. Manager.
FARMS FOR RENT
' FARMS FOR RENT.
6 acres. 7 miles Ashland. 1 mi hi load
ing station, 330 acres hay land. 1W acres
pasture. 70 acres under rultlvatlnn.
11 acres. $ miles Council Bluffs, 100
acres hay 1b no. 40 acres under cultivation,
I acres pasture.
J. a. BONE. Council Bluffs. 534 West
Broadway. 'Phone 762.
CEMENT BLOCK MACHINERY
f TT FS F'' Down cement block W-aAALlA-'0
chlr.ery. Call or taiile and let
us show you our line. 'Phop.. ioug. 76.
Tap? Construction Co., 229 Nevti.e I 'lk.
M 471 mo
L. HENDERSON, 1619 Farnam. Tel. Doug.
HLSS & bWOtiODA. 1U6 Faiuatu.
Tel. Doug. 264.
211 8. lllh St
PLEATINCl Ruchlng. Buttons!
THE GOLDMAN PLEATING CO.,
200 Douglaa Block. Tel. Doug. 193.
MAUNETln treatment & Baths. Mm.
1U-a'UANiJ-A6mllli. 118 N. la. 2d fl.. r 1
T T Ot: Z
tR. JACKSON, R. .4, Frenser block.
Chronic diseases a specially. Consulta
tion free. U 953
ANY POOR GIRL In need of a friend call
or write to the matron of the Salvation
Army home lor women at 3624 N. i4th
St.. Omaha. Neb. U MloO
OMAHA Stammerer Institute. Ramge Blk.
Pianos delivered at once, $1 weekly. All
muslo lefstms free. JOIN NOW. I'erfield
m. iano co., 1611 Farnam St. u
PRIVATE home during confinement; babies
boarded and adopted. Mrs. Gaidell, 216
Charles. Tel. Doug. 6311. U 8i6
1HE Salvation Army solicits cast-off cloth
ing; In fact, anything you do not need;
we collect, repair and sell, at 114 N. 11m
St., for cost of collecting to the worthy
poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 4135 aud wagon
will call U 'l .
WK RENT sewing machines, 75c week. We
repair all makea of machines; second
hand machines, $5 to $10. Neb. Cycle Co.,
TeL Doug. 1663. Cor. 15th and Harney.
FREE mwilcal and surgical treatment at
Creighton Medical college, 14th and Dav
enport Sts.; special uttentlon paid to con
finement cases; all treatment supervised
by college ptofessors. 'Phone Doug. 1167.
Calls answered day or night. U 129
W. W. LEMON. EXPERIENCED CHINA
PACKER; price moderate. Tel. Red 7375,
'PHONE Doug. 701 and a man will call and
tune your piano, $2. Perheld Piano Co.,
1611 Farnam. U 958
TRY KELLY'S LAUNDRY. 'PHONE
Doug. 3630. U 969
RUPTURE CURED No knife, no Injec
tions. Call or write for booklet. Quick
Cure Rupture Co., 611 W. O. W. Bldg.,
Omaha. U 961
XiR. ROY, Chiropody, R. 2 & 8, 1506 Fnrnam.
WE TAKE CARE of clothing by the
month. L. SOUK UP & CO., expert clean
ers aud dyers, 51 S. 131U St. Tel. Doug.
1729. U-M668 20
PRIVATE hospital during confinement. Ba
bies adopted. Best and cneapest in the
city. 231u S. 13tu St., Omaha, Neb.
GOLD STICKPIN FREE
To any person sending us the name of any
person owning a square piano, organ or
prospective piano buyer.
PERF1ELD PIANO CO.,
TeL 701. lull Farnam St.
GREEN TRADING ftan,,,p wlth
. ,, . family wines
and liquors; by Jug or bottle. Cackljy
Bros. Opposite postofBce. U 126 All
CHAMPION CurPet Cleaning Works.
tJln l,, . B"Riful. unique rugs
from old carpets; prices reasonable. 720
8. 14th bt. Tel. Douglas-655 U 156 Jel3
MME. PAR EE of N. Y..-flhaving. Fac.al
Maaaage, Manicuring. 8U9 Douglaa Blk
U M6J2 18
YOUR eavlng 40 per cent. Investigate
Pennell Millinery Co.. 1U South 15th 8t
SYRINGES, rubber goods by mail- cut
prices Myera-DUlon Drug Co.. Omaha
. U 748 MchiJ
HEAFEY & HEAFEY.
Carriages for funerals, weddings and par
ties; electric lighted. Tel. 265.
M?.ET,I,CB,TS.OLOOY-rMr- M. Rltten-
m, loom i, second floor.
U 618 MchlS
WALL PAPER cleaner. Tel. Harney 3 '96.
MANICURING, handdres.slng and mas.
sage. Hattie Haul. 206 Neville Blk. Tel
Doug, oiao. U 663 '
RAMSERrafilcaJL "a"er: Hata reno-
vated. 220 S. 14th. Tel. Doug"
u Mt)l AS
BUTTERMILK at creamery, lous Casa
FOR Easter millinery at reasonable prices,
lbfti Leavenworth St. U M6h2 A6
WANTED-A refined young Catholic man
wishes to correspond with a refined voung
( athohc lady, object matrimony. Address
W 29. care Bee. U-M3ai 19x
THE DRYSMOKANCHU goes on sal.- at
tobacconists Saturday. U M170 24
FR1VATE confinement home; babies
adopted. Mrs. Dr. King, 2ol8 N. 21st Su
leL 3m. U M703
URNITLRE packing and repairing; up
holstering and maltresb making, L
Smllh, 1W8 Lake. Tel Douglas 6608
U M170 A13
MASQUE COSTUMES. Uebcn. Tel 4118.
C. E. DAY, painting and paper hanging'
lilsh class work at low prices. Doug. am.
, U M1M A14
KOCHER, carpet weaving1. 1611 Ix;ird.
U M253 A16
TRFF trellises, grapevines trimmed;
, , . , Iu,w 18 iUv tin,c- J0,'n Cane
v uiiung. jjouu. iHi. C M2U9 A14
MME. PARKE of N. Y.-Shuvlng facial
massage, manicuring. 2 DoMg!as Blk.
FOR women only. Dr. Raymond's puis
women's monthly regulator, has brought
happiness to thuuauutia ut anxious
women; no pain, no danger, no interfer
ence with work; relief in 3 to 6 days We
have never knowu of a single tailure
Price, $.' by mail. Raymonds Monthly
Regulator in lhiuld. $3. Dr. R. o Ray
mond Remedy Co., Room 35, 4 Adams St
Chicago, 111. M64''
LADIES. $1,000 REWARD! 1 positively
guarantee my Never-Falling ERGO
KuLO Remedy. Safely relieves longest
most obHtinute rases of delayed Monthly
Periods in 8 to 6 days without htirin pain
or Interference with work. Mall ii w
Double strength. $2 00. "fcFEClA 1, FOLD
ER FOR LADIES FREE. DR. B H
SOUTHINGTON CO., KANSAS CITf'
BEST nerve bracer for men. "Gray's Nerve
Food Pills" $1 box, postpaid, bherman e
MK'onnell Drug Co . Omaha. 966
II. A. 8TURGES. registered attorney; pat'
enls, trade marks, copyrights; no lee un
lets successful 617 N. Y. Life.-omaha.
F. J. LARSON & CO.. patent lawyers.
Patent book free. Bee Bldg., Omaha, Net
SHARPE MACHINE WORKS-Patents
procured. Inventions developed, drawings,
patterns, castings, machine work, sit-olj
B. 10tb St. al
PATENTS procured, bought and sold. Na
tional Investment Co.. 53 Douglus Block,
CIT RATE railway tickets everywhere.
P. H. philbln. 15U6 Farnam. 'Phone Doug.
LA RSON 4k JOH NSON. 14v Farnam. Doug.
HOFFMANN Gentleman. 702 N. lth.
.Douglaa 6c8 MS At
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
Our employes sre well Informed and
courteous and we are always pleased to
explain our manner of loans. We tell vou
to the cent what the cost will 1. and If
you conclude that It will not pay you to
borrow there Is no harm done.
We loan on furniture, pianos, live stock
and other chattels, and to salaried people
up"ii their own agreement to pay-
We offer you rules ns low as vou will
find and our facilities for quick and con
fidential service sre unstiruHsed.
We ar the oldest concern In our line
In the city and we always try to please
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN
119 Board of Trade Bldg. 'Phone Doug. 2296
O-stablished, 1S92.) 3v8 8. lsih St.
Of loaning money is unsurpassed.
Are the very lowest. Strictly confidential.
Is convenient while down town shopping.
You will mid It will be to your interest
to call and secure a loan on your salary,
piano, furniture, etc. 0en every evening.
Reiiubl Creuit Co.,
307-808 Paxton Bik. 16th and Farnain.
DR. PRIBENOW'S PRIVATE MONEY
loaned on furniture, pianos, salary,
horNos. etc., ln any amount, at less than
half the rate; no red tape; pi r feet pri
vacy; immediate attention; on any term
wanted; paymenta auspended In caae of
slcgness or out of employment. Room
214. Karbach blk., 209 S. 16th SL X 970
When In need ot
Call on us.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.
632-3 Paxton Blk.
$ $ INDEPENDENCE $ $..
Why be obliged lo others? It's easy to
gel money of me. No red tape. Pay
when you can. BOWEN, 703 N. Y. Life.
Open evenings until 7. X (73
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLH
and others without security; aay pay
ments. Ollices in 63 principal cities, lol
man, room 714, New York Life Bldg.
6EE the Western Loan company for furni
ture, diamond and salary loans, 831 Ne
ville blk., 16th and Harney. Tel. Douglaa
FURNITURE, Live Stock, Salary Loans,
Duff Green Loan Co., Room a. Barker
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co.. 1604 Farnam St. X 976
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew
elry, horses. Cows, etc. C. F. Reed. 310
S. 13th. X-977
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential. i301 Douglaa
MME. BUDDHA, LEADING PALMIST.
Cull at No. 113 South 16th St., upstair a
Resultful prediction absolutely given.
REV. EDWARDS, spiritual medium, gives
wonderful lifo leadings. Room 1, Pntter
son Blk., 17th and Farnam. S-M116 17
IF IN trouble consult Mrs. Faust. In
dies, 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Jackson. S M265 ISx
REV. EDWARDS, greatest spirit tml me
dlum Omaha has ever known. Room 1,
Patterson Blk., 17th and Farnam.
BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES
"NO trust prices;" Drund now solid oak
billiard and pool tables, $lu0; also bar fix
tures cheap. No agency expenses. Cata
logues freo. Chas. Passow Si Sons, Chi
WE TRUST EVERYBODY, easy paymenta.
and lead the world ln cheap prlcea on
billiard and pool tables and bar fixtures;
catalogue free. The Rrunswiclin-Kalka.
Collender Co., 407 B. 10th St., Omaha, Neb
& JORVE Capitol Ave. -94
BNELL Printing Co., 310 8. 12th St.
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES
MISS BARN1CK, piano. Girinan method.
930 N. 27th St. 634 Muhl9
ROSALIA A. SAALFKLD, PIANIST and
teacher. Room 21, Arlington block.
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS
FOR SALE-Grade English Shir stallion,
1650 lbs., k years old, dark brown, sound,
warranted a breeder, can show plenty of
colts. Price $300.00. Lock Box 3S4, New
castle. Neb. P M7i3 M19
WANTED TO BUY
BOOKS Buy, sell, exchange. Address. A.
C. Baker. 2312 E. Walnut et. Des Moines,
la. N-M71S Mli
AVlien You Write to
remember It takes only an extra stroke
or I wo the pen to say you saw the aa
In The Bee.
Notice IS hereby given that the Keltii and
Lincoln Counties Irrigation District wnl
receive sealed proposals for the purchase
of the $66,ouO.0O bond iasue of said district
up to the hour of 5 o'clock p. m., standard
tune, of the 2d duy ot April, lyo6, at the
cilice of the secretary ol said Irrigation
District, In the lowu of Sulherlaud, in
Lincoln county, in the state of Nebraska.
Said bonds are In the denomination of
tlou.00 each and bear interest at the rate of
six per cent, luiyablo semi-annually, ou the
first days of March and September of each
and every ye.tr, beginning with the iirst
day of September, 1. These bonds are in
ten series, 33 of which aie due on the first
day ot -March, 1!17; XI due March I. lil; n
dun March I, IWl; 62 due March 1, huu; i
due March 1, 19-1; 66 due March 1, lti22; 7,
duo March 1, 1H"3; 65 due March 1, liiJI.
line March 1, I'JJd, and lul due March 1
The sealed proposals may be for the
whole of aald bunda or for any portion
thereof, and such bids will b opened Im
mediately after the hour of 6 o'clock p. m
of said 2d day of April. liMi, the board re
serving the right to reject any and ail blda
Dated this 12th day of February, lao6.
JAMES SHOCP. becrrtary.
NOTICE To CONTRACTORS.
Rids will be received at the office of the
C. a ev rtf Satn.A in. ... n.. I .... I
" j " " n ant. . uuillfr
April 1. If:, for Antiseptic Sewerage at H.d
.liers' uud Sailors' Home, Grand inland, Ne-'
All information can be received at the
Soldiers' and Sailors' Home of W. 8. Avk
with. Commandant, Grand Island,' Ne
braska. The board reserves the right to reject any
and all bids. A. OA LI 'SUA.
M17d6t Secretary of th Board.
CONSTRUCTING QUARTERMASTER 8
Office Omaha, Nebraska. March 15. l!Mi.
Sealed urorxieals, ln triplicate, subject to
the usual conditions, will be received here
until 10 o'clock a. ni , central standaid
time, April 14, lHrtj. at which time they will
be oiened in public, for furnishing and In
stalling electric fixtures In Oerlaln build
ings and for extending the lighting sstem
so as lo make proper connections theie
with, at Fort Omaha. Neb. Plana and
apeciflcatlona and blank forma of propoania
may be obtained at this office. The right Is
leserved to reject any and sll bids or part
of blda. Major M. GRAY ZALIX8KI.
yuartei master, U. 8. Army, In charge of
cousiruuUuu. 1 la 16 17-JJ AXi-U
RAILWAY TIME CARD
IJIIO TATIOft-TEVri! AD MARCY.
Overland Limited a 9.40 am a 8 18 am
The China and Japan
Fast Mall a 4 IS n a $10 rr.it
Colo. Calif. Ex a 4:16 nni a 9 30 am
California A Ore. Ex. .a 4:i n a 6:10 pm
I, Anxelea Limited. ...all SO am alO:48 pin
Fast Mall a 1.66 pm a 3::to pm
Colorado Special a 7;4j cm a 7 44 am
North Plntt Local a 8:10 am a 4 60 pni
Beatrice Local ,...t 8:1$ cm b 1.00 pro
I kleas Great Waaeetai.
. Lear. Arr Ire.
Bt. Paul A Minn a 8.80 pm a 1:16 am
ft. Paul & Minn., a 7:46 am a 7:65 Dm
Chicago Limited a 6:00 pm alO SO am
Chicago Express a 6:06 am a 3.30 pm
Cnieaao, Hock Island raelflo.
Chicago Limited a 8:25 am a T:l am
Chicago Express a 7.00 am a 8 68 pot
Chicago Express. Local b'.l IS am a 4 30 pm
Dea Moines Expree....a 4:80 pm Ml 60 am
Chicago Faat Express, .a 6. 40 put a 1.16 piu
Rocky Mountain Ltd. .a 7:20 am a 3:13 am
Colorado Express a 1:06 pm a 4 56 pin
Oklahoma & Texas Ex. a 4:40 pin al2:ls pm
St, Louis Express a jo pm a 8,40 ant
Bt. Louis Local (from
Council Blurs) a 9:li am alO:S0 pro
Btanberry Ix.cal Ifrom
Council Bluffs) b 6:00 pm bll:80 am
Chicago Express a 8:00 am a 8:55 put
Chicago Limited ........a t.OO pin a 7:30 am
lkW4se tfc Aorta eatern.
SL Paul Daylight a 7:50 am ' 10 00 pm
Cnkago Daylight a 8:00 am ll bopni
Chicago Limited a 8.38 pm $.16 am
Carroll Local a 4:32 pin .6u am
St. Paul Fast Mall a 9:28 pm 7:u5 am
6ioux C. A St. P. Local. b 3.6o (in 9:35 am
Fast Mall i.6u put
Chicago Express a 6:60 pm a 1.80 am
Norfolk tt Boi.eateel....a 7:40 am 10 S3 am
Lincoln & Long Pine. ..e 7:40 mil ' 10:35 am
Caapei A Wyoming 2:6o pm 6:16 pm
Deadwood & Lincoln. .a 2:50 pm (:1s pm
Hastings A Albion b :6o piu 8:16 pni
Chicago Local .....all:.'W am 3:45 pin
Chicago Limited all:oO pni U:16 am
tuiesgo, Muvtauitee sv SI. Paul,
Chicago at Colo. Spec 1.. a 7:55 uu a 7:35 ant
California Ore. ex... a b:45 pm a 3:10 put
Overland limited u b.Mi pm a am
Marlon 4fc Cedar R. Lo..b 6:45 am bU:uu piu
BIRUXCTOX ITATIOH-IOTM aMASU3i
Denver A California. ...a 4:10 pni
Black Hills a 4.10 pm
Northweat Special a 4:10 pm
Northwest Express ....all:lo put
Nebraska Local a 8:vu am
iseuiaska Expiess ......a 9:10 am
Lincoln Fast Mall b 2:15 pin
Ft. Crook & Platlsm'h.b 2:50 pin
Bellevue & Plattsm'h...a 7:6o pin
Bellevue & Pao. June. .a 8:30 am
Bellevue & Pac. June. ..a 9.1'J am
Chicago Special a 7J5 am
Chicago Express a 3:46 pm
Chicago Flyer a 8:05 pm
Iowa Local a 916 um
St. Louis Express a 4:45 pm
Kansas Clt-bt. Jos'h..al0:5 pm
Kansas Cily-St. Jos h. .a 9:15 um
, - rMt..a, lBH i
a 3:3o ia
a 6. jo pm
a 7:10 ant
a 6:40 pm
a i.u pm
a 7.40 pm
a 9:05 am
a . jo am
a 7;iu am
a 8:30 am
a 2:00 piu
a 3.55 put
a 7:25 am
a 6:46 am
a i;lo pm
WEBSTER DEPOT 16TH A WEDSTEH
Nebraska Local, via Leave. Arrive
Weeping Water h S:5u pin bl2:30 pm
Chicago, it. Paal, Mlancapolla 4k
Twin City Passenger.. .b 6:80 am b 8:10 pm
Sioux City Passenger. . .a 2:00 pm all:20 am
Oakland Local b 6:46 pm b 9:10 am
Emerson Local c 8:45 am c 6:00 pm
Minn. A St. Paul Ex. ..h 8:00 ant b 8:56 pm
Minn. A St. Paul Ltd.. .a 8:80 pm a 7:30 am
V Jr E?PreBS 9:00 am a 6:0 pro
K. C. & bt. L Expres..all:16 pin a 6:00 pm
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, d DalW
xcept Saturday, c Sunday only, a Dally
LAY EGGS WITH HANDLES
Inventive Jersey man Evolves n Race
of Educated and Obliging
Robert R. Ftfster, Jr.. of Newt.m. ' Sussex
county. New Jersey, hits suci'cdd In cul
tivating a nice of chickens which produces
eggs already fitted with handles for con
venience in eating them. One exhibited
was taken from the nest of a white L o
horn hen. It is uurnnil, In size oml gcnei.tl
appcarunt'e. except that .In the smaller
end there Is a continuance of the shell, for
mation, measuring half an Inch at Us bat..-,
tapering for nearly two Inches and ending
in two points which resemble the tall of
a f)li. The opposite side .if the egg shell
Is flattened so that the structure will
stand slouc. The hens have laid seven
eggs of similar conformation each- fur
nished with a well-dellned handle
Mr. Foster lias dcvolnd n large jMirtion
of his life to u series of experiments in
the crofs-fertllizatlon of flowers and fruit.
The egg with a handle Is a direct result
of hla experiments in superind.iced evolu
tion. Several weeks, ago. vnlle breuking an
egg. at the breakfast tuhle. he conceived
the idea that un tH shell with a bundle,
which would Torm its own cup. would dot
only save lots of dishwashing.' but would
lie at once a sclentM.' and cullnarv
triumph. Thereupon he caused the Inside
of the building where the hens ore con
fined during the winter to he painted white.
Food was taken to thi. hens In large,
white vessels, each having one linndl.-.
Water was fuimishe.l In similar vessels of
a smaller size.
Across the ;nsle window whits teacups
were suspended on strings. No other fur
nishings of any other shape were permit
ted to be uround the building. Within
ten days many of Ihe eggs hud slight ex
crescences on one end. and nl'ter two weeks
the new ejtgs had ' definitely formed hnn
dles. New York Tribune.
NEW YORK'S BUNCH OF INDIANS
Some Five Thousand of Them In the
Mate, Most of Whom iet
Cot eminent 4 Id.
The state of New York has had for more
than a century "an Indian question. " hut
so Judiciously has New York handled If
thst few persons are aware of the fact that
there are more than 6, Km Indians llvlnx
on reservations in that state, titalntalulng
tribal relations without controversy, dis
pute or disorder. The new census shows
the number of such Indians on reservations
to e. exactly b.otiti. of whom 1,472 are In the
Cattaraugus reservation In the western
part of the Hate. 1,2I0 are on the St. negl'"
reservation In F'nnklin county, fronting
on the St. Ijiwrence river, and S'.'S in the
Onondaga reservation of 7.3"0 acres msr
the city of Syracuse.
Twenty years ago thn numler of Indibp"
on reservations in Ne' York stale was
4.8nn. Thirty yea ago It wns 4.77. Fortv
years ago It was 4.I.H. Fifty ye.irs ago It
was 3.934. Instead of New Yoik Indians
on reservations dying out they appear to
The Indians on the Cattaraugus sn.1
Allegany reservations receive sn annuity
from both the etate and federal govern
ments. The Indians on the Ft. Regis reser
vation get an annuity frnnr the state only
The TonawamlB Indians, who number ri
and who have a reservation f T.V1 acre
not far from Buffalo, receive for their sup
port what is known aa the "wood tax."
which la paid by those who occupy any of
their lands The Onondaga Indians get an
annuity from the United Statea govern
ment under a treaty made with If. and the
ret an annuity also from the state. In addi
tion to which thev receive n certain amount
of salt each year In purt compensation for
their surrender to tho stats of lands now
in use for salt works near Syracuse.
The stste of New York pay to Indian
on reservations about tt.ono a year In an
nuities, in addition to such amounts
come to them for relief or for maintenance
of Indian. chool8.--New York Bun
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