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TIIE OMAITA DAILY BEE: MON DAY, JANUARY 14, 1007.
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Want nda for The Bee mar he left at
nr of the following droaj stores
one la "roar eorner droftglst" thry
are nil branch offices of The Bee nnd
rer ad will he Inaerted Jnat aa
promptly nnd at the aame ratea aa at
the main office In The Bee bonding,
f eventeenth nnd Fnmam atreeta.
Albach, W. G., 4Mh and Farnam.
Peranek, 8. A., 1402 8. lfth Bt.
Bechfs Phsrmacy, 720 B. 16th Bt.
Benson Pharmacy. Benson, Neb.
Bemls Park Phsrmaqy, 83d and Cumin.
Caughlln. C. R.. 6th and Pierce Sts.
Clifton Hill Pharmacy, 2213 Military Avft,
Cont. 3. P., 81t Ave. and Farnam.
Crlaaev Pharmacy, 24th nnd Lake.
Cermnk, Emll. 1264-6 & 11th St.
Eastman Pharmacy. 4046 Hamilton.
Ehler. P. H., fvi2 Leavenworth.
Foster A Arnold, 2111 N. 25th 8t.
FT Jtan, John J.. 1914 N. 24th St.
i'lorence Drug Co., Florence, Neb.
Goldman Pharmacy, 20th and Lake Bt.
Green's Pharmacy, coiner Park Ave and
Oreenoup.h, fk A., 025 8. 10th St
Oreenough, O. A., loth audi Hickory.
JUydn. win. C, 2500 Farmim 8t.
Hanscom Park Phar.. 1501 8. 29th Ave.
liolst, John, 24 N. 16th St.
Huff, A. I. 2!tt4 Leavenworth St.
King's Pharmacy, 2239 Farnath St.
Koun'r.e Place Pharmacy, 3304 N 24th.
Patrl-jk Drug Co., lfirtj N. 24th St.
Lathrop.Chas. K.. 1324 N. 24th St.
Peyton L. E.. 24th und Leavenworth.
Cnrttnga Drug Co.. 24th and Ames Ave.
firhaefer's Cut Price Drug Store. lth and
Schaefer, August, 2631 N. 16th Bt.
fichmldt, J. If., 24th and Cumins Sts.
Storm Pharnmcy, 16th and Martha Sts.
Walnut Hill Pharmacy, 4th and Cuming.
Wlton Pharmacy, 20th and Grace Sts.
Wlrth, O. H.. 40th and Hamilton Sts.
DEATHS A5D Fl'XKHAL NOTICES.
ARNOLD Lucia Lee, January 12, aged 85
yoara and 9 months.
Funeral from her late residence, 323 North
Seventeenth street, Monday afternoon at
2 o'clock. Interment at Mount Hope ceme
tery. Friends invited to service. Inter
: ' The
Oina Wednesday, January 2. The new
catalogue la rsady. Address H. B.
Royies, President, Omaha. R 66i
For Bale The Bu Paul, Neb., Electrlo
Light Plant. Modern, Stundard nppamig. j
f Interested (
OMAHA Safe and Iron Works make a spa
cialty of tire escapes, shutters, doors ai d
salts, a. Amlreen, Prop., lua 3. 10th St
B1GN PAINTING 8. H. Cole, 1302 Douglas.
IOWA Sailtary Cleaning Co., 1919 Farnam.
DAVIS BROS., machinists; general repair
ing. J4Ut Jackson Bt. Tel Douglas &).
H 669 J 16
AUCTIONER If you want your stock of
goods sold or reduced write me at Glen
woud, la., Capt. F. P. Fowler.
BUY pur envelopes and be sure of sani
tary gumming. Burkley Envelope Co.
R M758 Fll
RUBBER STAMPS Western Stamp and
Stencil Co,. IU 8. 12th St. Bend for cata
l"g"e. u M614 F7
r. 3. IAPSON CO.. patent lawyers;
patent book free. Bee BIdg., Omaha, Neb.
SHARPS MACHINE SHOPS Patents
procured. Inventions developed, drawings
patterns, castings, machine work. 604-612
B. 10th St. , en
Patents, trade marks, guaranteed or no fea
National Investment Co , Douglas Block
PATENT attorney, machln designer. D
O. Burnell, Paxton Blk. 'Phone Red 7m!
J POULTRY AND EGGS
ROSE Comb White Leghorns; twenty
three premiums at Kanba and NVbraekt
snowa mat winter; at prices that
will move them. W. H. Lake, Hampton
e0- , -731 'Mx
CHOICE Barred Plymouth Rock cockerel
j.i wi wi airami ot uiooa and nrt-claxa
birds, at 11.26 up. V. 8 Lai kins. Fair
field, Neb. 7jo 2ox
FOR BALE Barred Plymouth Rock cock
arel vure "Kinglet" strain. F. C
Ahlqulst, . 2753 Meredith Ave., Omaha"
'Phon Rod 6470. M7U6 lx
LYNGSTAD i,l8,h r"18 1907 Calendars,
idviT 5 i:- comer ltn at. and
& JORV b Capitol Ave. -i97
CENTRAL PRINTING CO. Fine lob
worn; typewritten letters. 110 8. 17th St.,
1 blocks north Bee Bldg.
WATERS PRINTING CO.. 1307 Howard Bt.
XENNINU3 PRINTING CO.
Do You "Wish to Make a Change
If you have a farm, home, business or
property that you want to sell or ex
charge, write ua.
OLOEE LAND AND INVESTMENT CO.,
Omaha, Neb., or Sioux City, la
Drug store for sale. V. V. Kniest, N. Y. I Jfe
The Intuitu Palmist of Omaha.
Revelations of J-iM and future described.
Parlors, 113 8 l&th St.. Opp. Boston Store.
J1E83 SWOBODA, 141S Farnam. -4)1
X. HENDERSON, 1 unam. TsL Doug.
tR" ROY Wart a, mole removed by ei'O
Uichy. B. $, iJ Fariura. Tel Doug. .1
WANTED MALE HELP
U. 8. NAVY enliats young m n and me
chanics of good physique and character,
cltlsens of U. 8., 17 to ii yeurs. Special
pay and training for qualified men, and
advancement whrn qualified. Greatly In
creased pay for men who re-enllnt. Re
tiroment after 30 years' service for en-
llated men. with IT.10.70 to 11,062.17 i Py
per annum. Privilege of discharge by
urchaae. isavy Recruiting niani.
". O. Bldgs., Omaqa, Lincoln, llastlnga
nd Sioux City. B MJ J-
WANTED At once, 600 sound yonng men,
aged 18 to 85, for firemen and brakemen
on leading western railroads and for new
rua.la now being- completed; experience
unnecessary; firemen 1100 per month;
brakemen 76: positions now open; call or
write at once for particulars. National
l:y. Training Ass n, 610 X. Paxton B'k ,
Omaha, Neb. V MM F4
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
prepare you for positions, $12 to M
weekly. You can practically earn your
tuition, tools and board before com
pleting. Bhort time required. Positions
or locations waiting. Call or write.
Mohler Barber College, 1116 Farnam St.
B M745 17x
MEN and boys. Plumbing or bricklaying
trade pays K ti)JS per day. We teach
you by practical Instructions In three
months; position guaranteed; iree cata
logue. Coyne Trade School, 497S Easton
Ave., Bt. Louis, Mo. B
WANTED A watch. You get It for a
few hours of your time. Write at once
to Malena Company, Warrlorsmark, Ps.
B M136 Feb3x
WANTED Five boys; good wages; perma
nent Job. A. li. T. Co.. 21i 8. 13t1B8jj?4
Drug clerks wanted. F. V. Knleet, NJTL.
RULER and forwarder; must have good
references. A. I. Root, (Inc.), l?0?3
Howard. B 14
WANTF-D-For the V. 8. Marine Corps,
men between ages 21 and 36; an oppor
tunity to see the world. For full Informa
tion apply In person or by letter to Re
cruiting Officer, Cor. 12th and Fsrnam
streets. Omaha, Nebraska. B C67 F7
SALESMEN to call on doctors. Clean,
well paid work for hard worker. Also
one for Central Nebraska. State experi
ence. P. O. Box, 818, Philadelphia.
B M713 14x
WANTED At once, fifty Cash hoys and
girls. Seo Mr. Harvey, main floor. The
Bennett Company. B M733
WANTED Experienced linen salesmen.
Only experienced men need apply. J. It.
Brandvls St Sons. B M7D6 14
BILL CLERK In periodica) department;
applicant must write a plain hand nnd
be accurate In figures; wages 19 per week.
Apply, at once. Manager The Omaha
News Co., 16th and Davenport.
WANTED An all around b'ttcher for shop
and outside work In coi.ntry town; one
who Is capable of running the business
as part of owner's time Is taken up with
other business; none but sober and In
dustrious person need apply; references
required. Address L 142, care Bee.
B MsU8 16x
Men to learn barber trade. Short time re
quired. Expert Instruction; tools and po
sitions furnished. Small expense. Write
or call. American Barber College, 12th
and Douglas streets. B Ml 14x
WANTED Bright, hard working young
man between the ages of 18 to 22, to solicit
advertising on large daily po.pr; moder
ate salary to start on, but good future
promised for one with ability along this
line. Answer at once In own hand-writing.
K 43, care Bee.
WANTED Young man or lady to take po
sition as bookkeeper and clerk In bank
In Oklahoma town of 1.000. Preference
given to experienced stenographer. Ad
dress Bank, Y 172, Bee. B M946 14
ANY person willing to distribute our sam
ples; r.D.ou weekly. Empire," 82 Lasaiie
St., Chicago, 111. Bteady position; no
canvassing. B M946 14x
BOOKKEEPERS. STENOGRAPHERS, OF
FICE CLERKS and SALESMEN should
see us at once if In need of a position.
WESTERN REF. & BOND ASSN. (Inc.).
Suite 840-2. N. Y. Life Kldg.
B M947 14
WANTED FEMALE HELP
GIRLS to operate power machine In shirt
and overall factory; permanent work. M.
JJ. Smith & Co., 11th and Douglas Sts.
GIRLS wanted; steady work; good wages.
Bemls Omaha Bag Co. C M71S
WANTED 6 laundry girls. M. E. Smith's
factory, 11th and Douglas Sto. C 838
WANTED 100 girls to operate new, hih
speed power machines In shirt factory ;
good pay and steady employment. Apply
at once to Byrne & Hammer D. G. Co.,
Factory, 9th and Howard Sis. C 701 16
WANTED First-class cook at the Pratt.
213 S. 25th St. C-M767
GIRLS for sorting room; experience un
necessary. City Steam Laundry.
C M889 14
WANT girl for general housework; small
family. 602 8. 27th St. C MS93 14x
WANTED Cash girls and cash boys In
Riundeie' new basement. J. L. Brandeis
& Sons. C M915 15
GOOD girl for general house work. 321
Leavenworth St. C M878 15x
GIRIJS To work on power machine and
tin In hers. Burgess Shirt Co., 2024 Farnam
St. . C 422 Feb
M'DOWELL Dressmaking school, 1623 Farn.
WANTED Blight young ladles to solicit
for popular publication. Call Monday,
Tuesday or Wednesday. 314 8. 19th St.
Omaha. C M928 16x
YOl'NQ man wants place in private family
to work for board and room while going
to school. Boyles' College. Tel. Doug. lgo4.
SITUATION WANTED-By practlcs.1 hotel
man of fourteen years' experience In every
branch of the business. Can furnish re
ference from leading Chicago and St.
I,ouis hotels and clubs. Have conducted
eastern dining car. Will take charge of
first class cafe, restaurant, bar, summer
reaiTt. hotel or club on coinmlHsion If
desired. Address x s, qar Bee.
A M708 17
WANTED Position by salesman of abllltv.
acquaintea wun me naraware ana fur
nace trade In Nebraska. Addresa O-509,
care net. a juise Itx
POSITION as assistant bookkeeper or gen
eral omce worn. Address B. E. H.,
a. sun bi. a M i oh lax
WANTED Men with team and rig to tell
a line of high-grade family remediei
spices and extracts to consumers; must
be honest, sober and Industrious. The
Gladstone Medicine Co., Hawardcn. In.
WANTED I J ve agents In every cnuntv
and town In the United States to Sell the
Acme Metallic Sanitary Hens' nest, the
best nesn on the market; price, 60 cents
for single nest, or $5 per dozen; territory
for sule; a quick seller. Metallic Mfg. Co..
bill Pee Bldg.. Omaha. Neb. J 606 15
LOST AND FOUND
LOST or strayed. One brown cocker
spaniel pup with short tall, curly hair,
very playful. Klncer will please notify
Charles I. Row. 6 8 2th St.. or Tel
Douglas 7477. or Ash 4497-3 and I will pay
$5 reward. Lost-ta
LOST Gold pin, Egyptian head set with
stones, at St. John's church, fcith and
California, or $;d and Dodge. Reward
Address Hsnyhsw Hotel. l.iat M700 14
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES
CHATELAIN School of Languages. Day
and evening classes. French, German.
Spulsh. Pencil.-. Davidge Bldg.
IF TOU do not find what you want In this
column, put aa ul In auJ you wtU V(.ry
avou rt iu
Is to telephone them direct
through the Bee office, you
fOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
THREE pleasant furnished rooms, modern,
gas range in kitchen; adults only; refer
ences required. 2701 Woolworth Ave.
DEWEY European Hotel, 18th and Farnam
. E 8.S0
Doug. 611. O.M.E. Hauls Trunks
FURNISHED room for gentleman; ,v,t
family. 316 N. 18th. T6
TWO furnished rooms; modern: walking
distance. 209 8. 26th St. E M764 Kx
FINELY furnished suite of rooms, 2702
Farnam. E SM2 19x
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms; cafe.
NICELY furnished, well heated room, all
modern conveniences: excellent table; pri
vate family. 2469 Harney. F 884
NICELY furnished warm rooms: modern
conveniences; good board. The Rose, 2020
Harney Et. F-948 J24x
FURNISHED rooms, modern, with bonrd.
2408 Cass St. F M200
LA ROE, desirable rooms, partially or fully
furnished, good closets, nice location,
good home for two or four; first class
board If desired; reasonable. Address
O 642, Bee. F M637 16x
STEAM heated cast front rooms, with
good board, 212 S. 26th Bt. . F-M768
FOR RENT HOUSES
4- ROOM apartment In "Ormond," 663 8.
28th St., 125.
12-room house, modern, 604 S. 2.th, $60.
6-room cottuge, 1312 S. 4th St., $10.
'Phone Ljouglas-oSo. Paxton Block.
5- ROOM modern house, except furnace.
Inquire 6LS 8. 34th Ave. D Mt0
6-ROOM house and barn, well and cistern
water: Ilti. Chris Boyer, 22d and Cuming.
8-ROOM all modem house; references re
quired. Inquire 2212 Spencer St.
D M912 19x
FOR RETNT 6-room flat, 1st floor; mod
ern except heat; hot water attachments.
1808 N. 22d St. $18.00. "Phone Harney 27o6.
D M927 14x
FOR RENT Choice 6-room new house,
modern except furnace. S328 S. l'.th St., $:0.
1 D M936 14
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE TO LET.
851 8. 21st, modern except furnace, $J0.
On 26th Ave., north of Spencer St.. newly
papered and painted Inside und out. New
porches, cellars, permanent walks and
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
TeL Douglas 1064. 1320 Farnam St.
V) M780 16
FOR RENT 6-room house. No. 3405 Cen
ter St., modern except furnace; Interior
recently papered and varnished through
out. W. H. Thomas, 603 First National
Bank, Omaha, Neb. D M777 lbx
2009 CLARK, 4 rooms, owner pays water
rent, $15; 2439 Emmet, 7 rooms, bain, large
yard lo; 2416 f arnam, i& rooms, lugucni,
$!&; 34U Jackson, 7 room, $12. Rlngwult
Bros., 306 8. 16th Bt. D M77J 14
HOUSES TO LET.
511K Doualaa St.. 9 rooms, strictly modern,
gus and electric ngnis, naruwoua nourv
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
Tel. Douglas low. 13.V Farnam St.
U AL i I Jf 19
BEE us when shipping household goods to
Urge cities west; we can save you mouey.
EXPRESSMEN 8 DELIVERY CO., 214 N.
16th SL Tel. Doug 1196. D 86
FOR RENT 8 room house, err modern ex
cept furnace $20.
9-room house, all modern, new furnace $25.
438 Paxton Block. D 492
WE DO expert plane moving at lowest
prices. Tel. Douglas M. ocnmuiier w
Mueller Piano Co.. 1SU-UL3 Farnam.
TTrTTC!T7a In all parts of the city. The
UUUOJO o. F. Davis Co.. Bee Bldg.
trriTTOTT't! In all parts of the city. R.
C. Peters & Co.. Bee Bldg.
HOUSES, Insurance. Ring-wait, Barker Blk.
OMAHA Van ft Storage Co., pack, move.
store, H. 11. goods; storenouse iiju-. in.
19th. Office, 1611 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 1C59.
$32.50 Strictly modern, eight-room brick
house. 1301 So. 28th St. D M040 14x
f-ROOM house, all modern, 2727 Cuming 8L
8-ROOM flat, modern, good repair, opposite
Hanscom park 33. rnone uougias ta
FOR RENT Modem -rooni brick house;
11S6 8. 31st St.; $40 per month. Thomas
Brennaa, room L N. Y. Life Bldg.
4-ROOM apartment, modem, 663 8. 28th
12-room house, modern, (V4 8. T7th St. $60.
BEMIS, PAXTON BLOCK.
Phone Douglas 5R5. D M721
FOR RENT 8-room brick house, bnsement
finished, all modern, new furnaco. only
half block from tar, good neighborhood;
rent $25 per month (worth $S0). C. M.
Bachmann, 436 Paxton Block. D S3
VERY nice house, 7 rooms, strictly mod
ern, practically new, $35. 3614 Leaven
worth. D 101 J14x
WE MOVE pianos. Haggard Van and
Storage Co. Tel. Doug. HH6. Office, 1713
Webster St. D S94
FOR RENT 7-room house, modern except
furnace, close In, 211 N. 28th Ave.; new
plumbing, paint snd paper complete. Will
repaint outside when leather permits;
$2S Apply at 607 N. llrth St. D-M19H
BTEAM heat, all modem, 7-room house.
230 N. 23d. D kli&j
$24 N. 25th St. 8-room flat, strictly mod
ern; tenant pays water; $50.
$210 Clark St. rooms, bath, toilet, gas,
$20 and water.
1231 Park Wilde Ave., t rooms, all modern,
$,0 and water. McCague Investment,
1606 Dodge St. D M669 15
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
FOR RENT Desk room In Bee office, city
hall building. 417 N. 26tli Bt., South
Omaha. Apply to manager. 1134
FOR RENT Large comer store room, pith
and Vinton bis., $30. C. M. Bachmann,
4JC Paxton Block. I M621
FOR RENT The 8-story and basement
building 1022 Douglas St. Apply on tiie
preuiuos or to David Cole. 181x1
1106 FARNAM. 8 stories and basement, $100.
JOHN N. FRENZER, OPP. OLD P. O.
I MH.S5 19
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy. second-hand furniture,
stoves, carpets, clothing and shoes; pay
the bekt prices. TeL Douglus 3971.
WANTED, to buy, lota nr small house and
lot, clovo In, cheap for cah. Address
2Jo0 Harney, stating price and location.
WANTED Lots and acreage on West
Leavenworth St. b. llawver, 1614 Em
met. N 143 16
WANTED The best $l.f00 house and lot I
can get; must be a dectdmi bargnln W
will not be couMldcred. Address P 519,
Eee. V-iMM l(ii
way to get what you want
to The Bee, Tel. Douglas 258. If answers are to be received
can pay for the advertisement when you call for the answers
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
New brick flat, can be bought
at a bargain, three strictly
modern flats, well built, have
storm windows and doors,
window shades that go with
the building; practically no
expense for two or three years;
tenants pay water rent: only
elKhi blocks from postoffice;
yearly rental, $1,680, or a little
over 10 per cent gross; lot
;132, fenced In; good stone
walks, street paved, all special
taxes of every description paid.
You don't often find a better
finished property In Omaha.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
First Floor N. Y. L. Bldg.
Tel. Doug. 1781.
A SAFE INVESTMENT
CLOSE IN THAT WILL
PAY 9 PER CENT NET
We 40 not give location of this property,
but It Is a very fine neighborhood, easy
walking distance, 'with large corner lot,
both Btreets paved, permanent sidewalk,
sewer, water and gas, with four good
dwelling houses bringing an annual rental
of $1,620. Following figures show annual
cost to maintain the property: Taxes, $1o;
insurance, $-10; repairs, $UjO; total, $3M). De
duct this from annual rental ($1,620) and you
have $1,240 net, which we believe Is about
the basis this property can be bought for,
as above stated. What do you think about
Payne, Bostwick & Co.,
Offices UO1-6O2-608 N. Y. I Bldg. Sixth Floor.
RE 763 14
JUST BEFORE ADVANCE IN
PRICE SETS IN BUY ONE
OF THOSE BARGAINS
7 rooms, well finished,
large lot, fruit nnd
shade, nearly new. .. i. . .$1,260
8 rooms, walking distance,
beautiful lot, close to
boulevard, easy terms,
small cash payment $2,750
9 rooms, modern, best dis
trict In city, large lot,
ahadeand fruit. $3,100
National Investment Co.,
63 DOUGLAS BLOCK. '
16th and Dodge. Doug. 6691.
RE M898 14
NON RESIDENT OWNER
Says "Sell 2 Acres, Benson;
This Is a first class proposition, only 1H
blocks from Military Ave.; paved road;
less than & minutes walk to street car;
building up all around It. This tract lays
splendid; will divide Into 8 fine, 50-foot
lota, or would make a beautiful subur
Bee us light away about this.
Hastings and Hey den,
1704 Fax nam Bt.
Store building ou 0. .16th St., with flat
above and small coUnne In rear: rental
$420 per year; taxes. Insurance and water
rent KB per year only ti.sou cash required.
'Phone Douglus 756. - 1001 Farnam St.
RE M740 18
FOR SALE Two modern houses and large
barn one block north of Hanscom park
paved Btreet. east front, lot 76x150. East
em owner will sell at a bargain.
Room 1 New York Life Bldg.
FOR SALE if sold Immediately, $17,600
cash win buy my two properties lot e,
block 70, and lot 1, block 74, South Omaha,
Income about $200 month. Gerard Bran
denburg, owner, Los Angeles, Cal. Agents
may list. re M73v lx
FINE, new, modern house, Wirt Bt. $8,260.
B. llawver, 1614 Emmet St., Sole Agent.
RE M4U8 F4
FRED C. SHIELDS, all lines of lnsur.
ance, 310 Ramge Blk., telephone Douglas
4!sS. ' KK-MUM
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam, S and 64
per cent loans on real estate; no delay.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam St.
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Paxton Block.
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Wead. 120 Doug.
$1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property In Omaha; lowest rates;
no delay. Thomas Brennan, R. 1, N. Y.
WANTED City loans. R. C. Peters Co.
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H.
Thomas, &J6 First National Bank Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
Cash in Any Amount
$10 to $300 LOANED ON FURNITURE,
PIANOS. ETC.. OR ON YOUR 8 ALARY
IF STEADILY EMPLOYED. without
security or publicity, at tne very lowest
rates; with payments to suit your con
venience; everything strictly confidential.
Reliable Credit Co.,
Rooms 307-30S Paxton Blk.
and others furnished money upon their
own nunies, without security; easy pay
ments; offices In 63 principal cities. Save
yourself money by getting my terms first.
D. H. TOLMAN,
714 New York Life Bldg.
DR. PRIBBENOWS MONEY
loaned on furniture, salary, pianos, horses,
etc.. In any amount; less than half ratea;
perfect privacy, Immediate attention; any
terms wanted; payments suspended when
sick or out ot work. 214 ICurbach Blk.,
209 South ISth St. X-
Bowen, 703 N. Y. Life Bldg.,
advances private money - on chattels or
salary; easy to get; no rea tape, iou get
money tame day asked for at small cost.
Open evenings till 7. X 907
FOR A SQUARE DEAL GO TO THE
PHOENIX CREDIT CO. for chattel or
salary loans. (33 Paxton Block. 'Phone
Douglas 74a. X-fe,
EAGLE LOAN OFFICE Reliable, accom
modating; all business confidential. 1301
Douglas. X u
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, lew
elrv, horses, cows, etc C. F. Reed, $10 8.
Uth. X 910
FURNITURE, live stock, salary loans. Duff
Grren Loau Co., room 8. Barker Block.
CHATTELS, salary and Jewelry luans.
i'wley Loaa Co.. 1 Fsmaui SO. jL-tU
FOR SALE FARMS
A. P. TUKEY- & SON
The Only Farm We Have
We are not In the farm busi
ness, but In this case we have
an eastern party who owns
SL'O acres In Merrick county.
Neb., 5 miles from Clarks,
which he has given us to sell.
There Is a new five-room
house, new barn for 1$ horses,
new corn crib, new windmill -and
tank, 160 acres In cultiva
tion, balance all In pasture;
good, black soil; all of the land
can be culltlvated.
We will be glad to show you
this land, as It la going 4o be
old and we can make a price
which will sell It Land In
that neighborhood Is selling
for $40 per acre.
Make us an offer on this
A! P. TUKEY & SON,
444-445 Board of Trade. Douglas 2181.
HOLT COUNTY SNAPS
Fine, well watered ranch of
1.240 acres, black, sandy loam.
In Holt county, Nebraska, 9
miles from railroad And post
office; nearly new house, large
barn and sheds, large grove,
S wells, always flowing; fruit
trees, whole ranch well fenced,
15 acres hog fence, 600 tons of
hay, $15 per acre.
National Investment Co.,
lGth and Dodge Bta
DAKOTA FARMS AND
Read this list of bargains. All have good
houses, barns, artesian wells and fences.
Close to good towns.
160 acres, adjoining townslte, $22 per acre.
320 acres. 10 mlies matket, $23 per acre.
480 acres, 6 miles, extra good, $36 per a re.
640 acres. 2 miles market, $2t per acre.
Unimproved lands, $12.50 per aero and up
ward. Two complete stock ranches on river. Fine
buildings, 1,000 acres each. Another 1,440
acres. All guaranteed bargains, frlee
$15 to $20 per acre. Write at once and
F. W. BOETTCHBR,
7-8-9 Hati Block. Aberdeen, 8. D.
H Mm 21 x
A SNAP IN BUFFALO
480 acres of smooth, rolling land, located
6 miles from market and 9 miles from Kear
ney, Neb.; 320 acres of this farm Is under
plow and io acres in pasture; large z-story
frame house of 6 rooms; 2-story barn, 30x
40: granary and corn crib, 24x32: windmill
and well; all fenced. This Is one of the
best propositions for a small stock farm
offered In Nebraska today and Is a big
bargain at the low price or $14,500. Good
terms can be made on this farm. Write
the Kearney Land Co., Kearney, Neb.
H M8X7 21 X
GOOD LAND IN LINCOLN
COUNTY, NEBRASKA - .
Fine, smooth table lands of best quality,
8 to 7 miles from R. R. town. $10 per acre.
Improved farms, $15 to $10 per acre. Stock
ranch, from $4 to $17.50 per acre. Grazing
lands, $2.25 to $5 per acre. Address. Bu
chanan & -Patterson, Land and Immigration
Agentt. U. P. K. R., North Platte, Ne
braska. ' H M8S1 21 x
"MYSTERIES OF MEXICO."
A story of the Lost Bullion Spanish Mine,
formerly worked by the Spaniards with
slave labor. This Interesting booklet con
tains much valuable Information for the
investors, also tells the story of the con
quest or Mexico f.nd romances or lost mines.
Beautifully illustrated and bound In hand
some craBh cover. Free. Write today. C
L. Blackmail & Co., 842 Temple Court, Den
ver, Colo. H M8S5 21x
COAST COUNTRY OF TEXAS
I have Just returned from my third trip to
the coast country of Texas. I am more
pleased with the country than ever, and
huve decided tc locate In Texas. Anyone
Interested in tins great country and wishing
to learn more about It will nnd me at 4J1
Commercial National Bank Building, Hous
ton, Texas. Willis Caldwell. H-MS82 21 x
Any young man or woman over the age
of 21, can secure a homestead that will
be worth $1,600 to them as soon as they
file on It. Call on Mr. H. E. Shults at
Globe Land & Investment Co.. Patterson
block, Omaha, and learn how It can be
done. JH. Mooa 16
CHEAP HOMES 80 acres, 66 cultivated,
good 6-room house, barn, down. $2.6u0.
100, good land, bottom, timber, good build
ings, $4,800. (All kinds. Write for lists to
Minneapolis, Florence or Sallna, Kansas.
Garrison & Studebaker. H M884 ?i
WE SELL land tn Nuckolls county, Neb.,
the gre.it corn, small grain, alfalfa and
tame grass country in soutneasiern Ne
braska. Write ua for land list. ' G. D.
Follmer & Bon. Nelson, Neb. II 901
BARGAINS In the Panhandlo $6,000 acres
of Improved and unimproved land, 5 miles
from county seat, $7 to $12 per acre, easy
terms. Write to U. R. WelHh, Mobeetle,
Wheeler county, Texas. 11 MnM3 21x
HOMESTEADS, farms and stock ranches
In South Central Oregon. Address with
stamp, V. P. Petit, Silver Lake. Ore.
BA lands. Robertson, 128 Neville Blk.
H 627 r et.7x
FOR RENT FARMS
FOR RENT 10-acre farm 6 miles north
of Florence. John J. Leehy, 1409 No.
18th Sr M 769 18x
POOL AND BILLIARD TABLES
FOR SALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool tables; we lead the world In
cheap bar nxtures; easy payments
Brunswlck-Balke-Collendar. 407 B. 10th Bt.
WETMORE Detective Service. 'Phone Red
tlM. Rooms 11 and 13. Union Blk., 15th
and Farnam. ji
DRESSMAKING in family or at home. Miss
Sturdy, A2 Chicago. 'Phone Red 4AJ
JOHNSON IN8TITUTE. 418 N. Y. L. TeL
ANCHOR and Iron Fencing; Wire Fencing
to -per loot, sud n. iat hu Tel. Red kit.
LYNCH BROS.-Repatr work our specialty.
.118 N. tfth bu Tel. Douglas
-7$ .i rr
HORSES AND WAGONS FOR SALE
HOKSES-AU kin 0. Uyera, 1715 Jackson.
CITY STEAM LAUNDRY Shirts rr,,'J'
not ironed, ai 8. 11th Bt.
FEWINO machines rented, any mk. T5o
f,r m a. lr ... nrt mnnth ReCOlld
hand nmchlnes'for sale, $5.M and up.
Neb. Cycle Co.. 15th and Harney. . .
PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOME Mrs
ur. mng. ztim IS. Zlst Bt. lei.
Dyeing and Cleaning. 8pongln and Shrink
ing, onlv f,i- lM.r VMin Bond for DtlCS USt
.1 GOLDMAN FLEATING CO..
40f Douglas Block. Tel. Douglas 1!-
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits castoff
ciomtng; in fact, anj thing you ay u-.i
need; we collect, repair and sell, at 114 N.
11th St.. for coat of collecting, to the
worthy poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 4135 and
wagon will call. U 611
FREE medical and surgical treatment at
Crelg-hton Medical pnllea-e. 14th and Dav
enport Bts.; special attention paid to con
finement i-HSes; all treatment supervised
by college professors. 'Phone Doug. 1167.
Calls answered dar or nlaht. U-129
THE CITY GARBAGE CO., office 4th nnd
'oiiivunn bis. itL uougiua llJ"gjQ
OMAHA Stammerers' Institute, Ramge
unig. u i
M AnNCTIftreatment and batb. Mme.
i Smith, US N.
15, 2d floor.
ANY poor girl In need of a friend call
or write to the matron of the ba its lion
Army Home for Women at 8824 N. 24th
Bt., Omaha, Neb. U-M100
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba-
"ie auuuiea. i ne uooa Kamarinin nnm
tsrlum. 728 First Ave., Council Bluffs, la,
Tel. 771 U 821
MASSAfSF fo' circulation. 410 N. 16th,
uiiiooAUIj j,,,, 2 second floor.
U 386 F3
MASQUE costumes. Lleben. Tel. 4115, Open
evenings. L $J4
COSTUMES, 8318 8. 30th. Back. Tel. Red 707$.
U ibi ttx
ECZEMA absolutely cured by W. A. Pax
ton's salve. B. J. Scannell, agent, 609 Ware
Blk. U-M7J7 J21
DR. C N. SOMMER, homeopath. Bee Bldg.
TYPEWRITERS All makes, for rent, $2 to
$4 month. Central Typewriter exchange,
1603 Leavenworth. 'Phone Red 99.
U M990 Jan28
DR. VOGEL'8 private home for ladtea be
fore and during confinement; best and
cheapest In the city. 2319 B. 13th Bt.
FOR anything In the sewing machine line
go to P. E. Flodman & Co.. 1514 Cup. Ave.
SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mall; cut
rices; send for free catalogue. Myrs
lllon Drug Co., Omaha. U923
BEST nerve bracer for men, "Gray's Nerve
Food Pills," $1 box, postpaid. Sherman &
McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. 925
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE Numbering stamp, in good
condition. Inquire George H. Wright, Bee
office. Q Mm
BEND us your mall orders for drugs;
freight paid on $10 lots. Myers-Dillon
Drug Co., Omaha. . Qv-37
8HERW1N WI1LIAMS CO., best mixed
paint. Sherman tt McConnell Drug Co.
1 ALL'S safes, new, Id-hand. 1818 Farnam.
FEW bargains In 2d-hand soda fountains;
monthly payments. Derlglit, 1818 Farnam.
. ' 1 ' .- . .. , M-40
GASOLINE engine and wood-working
machinery for sale cheap. Apply Anchor
Fence Mfg. Co.. 207 N. 17th Su
FOR SALE A handsome bookcase, ma
hogany finish, at a bargain. 39u3 Dewey
FIRE BALE on coal. Burr egg, $3.26 ton,
for stove or furnace. Tel. Hurinon &
Weeth. Q M71 F10.
FINE Leu ben stereoptlcon, with colored
slides; cheap. 308 N. ltith St.
Q-M741 14 X
ONE Remington typewriter. No. 6, In good
condition, for sale cheap. Call at Bee
office. Q M628x
FOR BALE Model "K" Wlnton Automo
bile; fully equipped; top lights, etc.;
only run 800 miles; guaranteed first-class
condition. Price flm. Address C. El
Wllkins, Dewey Hotel, Omaha, Neb.
1,600 f EET wire cable. In good condition,
for sale cheap. R. W. Baker, Supt. Bee
Bldg. Q 387x
FOR BALE CHEAP.
One office counter, I office desk, quartered
oak. For particulars phone Dcuglns 476.
Q M878 16
$350 UPRIGHT piano, fine shape, $136; also
halltree and bookcase, cheap. 4J5 N. 23d.
TWO flnq store mirrors, cheap.- 9J8 N. 16th.
18-FOOT Racine Launch. Address, Edward
Albright, Beemer, Neb. Q-M858 14
NOTICE FOR EID8 FOR STATE PRINT
ING. Bids will be received by the State Print
ing board at the office of the secretary
of state at Lincoln, Nebraska, on or before
8:30 o'clock p. m. Tuesday, January 22,
117. for printing and binding S copies
each of Vol. 2, Part , anil Vol. 8. Part 1,
of the report of the Nebraska Geological
Survey; also for furnishing stated quan
tities of six forms of lithographed bluuks
fur the governor.
Specifications for same can be found on
file In the office of the secretary of state.
All bids must be accompanied by a bund
equal in amount to the probuble cunt of the
work bid upon. The board reserves the
right to reject any und all brtln.
Lincoln, Neb., January 10. lUo7.
STATE PRINTING BOARD.
By LOU. W. FHAZ1ER.
Secretary to the Board.
Sealed propoxnls will he received at office
of treasurer, Battle Mountain Sanitarium,
N. H. D. V. 8., Hot Springs. South Dakota,
until 12 o'clock m.. January 3oth, 1907, and
then opened, for furnishing and delivery
of chemical engine, hue, und other- fire
appliances. In aecordunce with Instructions
and specifications, copies of which, with
blank proposals and other Information may
be had upon application to
W. A. TUCKER, Treasurer.
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of The Bee
Building company will be held at 4 o'clock
p. m., Tuesday, January 22, 1907, at the
office ot said company in The Bee building,
Omaha, for the election of a board of di
lectors for the ensuing year and the trans
action of such other business ss may prop
erly come before such meeting
C. C. ROSEWATEP-. BecreUry.
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER
master, Fort Mnckenxle, Wyo.. Jan. lo,
19o7. Sealed projionals. In triplicate, for
furnishing and installing fixture, making
service connections and Installing wutt
meters In buildings, and tra reformers for
electric lighting at this post, will be re.
ceived here until 10 a. m. (mountain time),
February 9i 1'7 Plans and agieclnYatlons
may bu seen at offices of depot quarter
master, St. Louis; chief quartermaster.
Omaha, fwnver. Chicago and St. Paul, and
at this office, at which latter place all in.
formation may be obtained. U. 8. reserves
the right to accept or reject any or all bids
or any part thereof. Enclose proposals n
sealed ftnvekipea marked. "Proposals for
Electric Fistures." addrecaed Second Lieu
ttiiaiil R. IL Kelley. q. M
J 10-11-13-14-F7 -I
RAILWAY TIME CARD
I'PJIOS iTATIOJI TBSTH AXD MARC?
Overland Limited ft M ant a 8:18 prsj
The China and Japan
Fast Mali a 4:18 pm a B:l pm
Colo. A Calif. Ex a 4:15 pm a 9 1 pm)
California A Ore. Ex. ..a 4:25 pm a 6:10 pm
I Am Anselra Limited. ,.al2:0 pm al0:45 pm
F"t Mall a 1:86 am a 6:00 pm,
Colorado Special a 7:4 am a 7:44 am
North riatte Local a 8:1o am a 4:W pm
pea tries Local b 8:00 pm bU:f pm
t Itiraaro A Flnr(hntrra.
Cedar Rapids Pass a 7:05 am a ( OK pm
Twin City Express a 7:50 am 10 00 pm
Chicago Daylight a t oo am all :16 pm
Chicago Local all 30 am a 8 45 pm
Eloux City Local a .bO pm a 9:26 am
farroll Local a :3 pin 9 50 am
Bloux City Local. ... a ( 45 pm
Chicago Express a -50 pm a 1: am
Fast Mall a ! i pm
Fast Mall a 8 25 pin a 8 80 am
Twin City Limited a 8:2?. pm a 7:06 am
Overland Limited a 8:38 pm a 9:31 am
Chicago Limited sll:00 pm all 6t sin
Norfolk-Bonesteel a 7:46 am alO 36 am
Llncoln-Chadron b 7:40 am al0:35 am
Deadwood-Lhicoln a 8.U0 pm a 6.05 pm
Casper-Sboshonl a J:W pm a 6:06 pm
Hastings-Superior o i.w pni b 6:05 pm
Fremont-Albion b 6:02 pm bl$:40 pm
L'bloHBo, Heck Island A I'aeifle.
Chicago Limited a 3:15 am a 7:1 am
Iowa Local a 7;iO am a 4:30 pm
Chicago Mall a 8:46 pm
Iowa Local bl2:( pm b 9 65 pm
Chicago (r7atern Ex.). .a 6:05 pn a 1 36 pm
Chicago (Iowa I.mtd.)..a t:& pm a!2:25 pm
Dea Molnea Local. .. a 4.15 pm
Rocky Mountain Limit.. a 7:X am a 3:05 am
Colo. Cal. Express... a 1:50 pin s 4 Ml pm
Okl. Ttxae Express. .a 4:40 pin al2:U6 pm
Lincoln Falrbury and
Bellevue a 1:50 pm a 9.30 am
Chleasto urrai Western.
Bt. Paul & Minneapolis. 8:30 pm 7:10 am
Bt. Paul A Minneapolis. 7:46 am 11 V pm
Chicago Limited 6:40 pm 9:o0 am
Chicago Express 7:45 am ll.do pm
Chicago Express t:80 pm I u pm
St Louis Express ft 6:30 pm a 8:30 am
St. Louis Local (from
Council Bluffs) a 9:16 am alO:30 pm
Stanberry Local (from
Council Bluffs) b 6:00 pm bli:30 are
Chlcaco, Nllwankee st. I'aal.
Chi. and Colo. Special.. ft 7:66 am a 7-80 am
California and Ore. Ex. .a 6:46 pm a 8:10 pm
Overland Limited k 8:3b pm a 9:30 am
Marlon St Cedar R. Loo.b 6:46 am b 11:00 pm
Chicago , Express ft 8:00 am ft 8:45 pm
Minn. & St. Paul Ex...b8:00am ft 8:16 pm
Chicago Limited a 8:00 pm a 7:30 am
Minn. & Bt. Paul Ltd.. a 8:30 pm a 7:30 am
K. C. A St. L. Expresses 9:00 am a tM am
K. C. & SU L. Express.. all :15 pm a 6:26 pm
Nebraska Local ft 2:06 I'm all:40 am
Bl'RLINGTOX ITATIOS-lOt h MASO.I
Denver 4 California...
Northwest Express ...
Lincoln Fast Mall
Ft. Crook & Plattsm'th
Bellevue & Pac. June.
St. Louis Express
Kansas Clty-St. Joe....
Kansas City-8t. Joe....
Kansas Clty-St. Joe....
.a 4:10 pm
a 4:10 pm
.a 4:10 pm
.a 9:10 am
.ft 8.00 am
a 8:30 pm -ft
ft 3:30 pm
a 7:10 am
a 7:45 pin
a 7:46 pm
ft 9:05 am
a 7:30 pm
ft 8:10 am
a 7:10 am
ft 1:50 pm
ft 8:56 pm
a 7:25 am
a 6:45 am
ft 6:10 pm
X 8:00 pm
a 7:50 pm
.ft 3:30 am
.a 7:26 am
,ft 1:45 pm
a 8:05 pin
.a 9:15 am
a 4:45 pm
ft 9:16 am
.ft 4:46 pm
WEBSTER STATlOH-lBtn. A WEBSTER
Chleasto, Bt. Panl, Minneapolis A
Twin Crty Passenger.. .b 8:80 am b 9:19 pro
Bloux City Passenger... a 2:00 pm all:80am
Emerson Local b 8:30 pm b 9:10 am
Emerson Local a 8:46 am , o 6:60 pm
f Local via Weeping
Water ..., bk am at o.uu Jin
Falls City Local a 8:50 pm ftll:20 am
ft Dally, b Dally except Sunday, d Dally
except Saturday. - c Sunday only, a Dally
RAILWAY FOR ONE , PYRAMID
Promoter Desires Rlsjht to Solid
Line to Top of Cheops' ,
CAIRO. Jan. 13. (Special.) It Is reported
here that a Mr. Fox Is trying to obtain a
concession to build a funicular railway
from the buse to the summit of the Pyramid
It has been suggested that the ancient
Pyramid of Cheops has been Insulted and
abused by generation after generation of
foreigners visiting Egypt and If this last
Indignity Is perpetrated It Is believed that
the travelers by the funicular railway will
come to the conclusion that there does not
exist a greater fraud, even In Egypt, the
mother of frauds and deceptions, then the
views from the summit of the great
pyramid. However, the fact that there Is
nothing except a dreary waste to be seen
from the top of the great pyramid, will
probably not prevent thousands and thou- J
sands of travelers from ascending either
In the old fashioned way or by the ntrs?
VESUVIUS IS TROUBLESOME
Fall of Ashes Bends Womtl f
Prayer, bnt Xo Damage
ROME, Jan. ll-(Speclal ) Vesuvius con
tinues to give trouble and there Is ros
sldersble apprehension lest another serlotig
eruption takes place. A portion of the
crater fell In the other afternoon, causing
an explosion of ashes, cinders snd sand.
There were no detonations or shocks of
earthquake such as have preceded pre
vious eruptions. A rain of ashes fell over
Naples for twenty minutes so thick as to
obscure all views of the mountain.
There was some panic In the poorer
quarters of the town, the women beginning
to prsy to the Madonna and to the saints
not to Inflict punishment upon them aa
they did Just before Easter, when the great
Later In the evening the rain of ashes
ceased entirely at Naples, but continued
In the direction of PortUl and Pompeii.
CHRISTIANITY IN UGANDA
Bishop of African Territory Telle of
Growth of Diocese Ho
IX5NDON, Jan. 13. (Special.) The bishop
of Uganda. In an Interview this week, dis
cussing the work of the regeneration of
Africa, declared that In the territory which,
comprises his diocese In I860 there were
only 200 Christians. Today there are BO.tlOO
Christians and more than t.000 churches.
It had been the Immemorial custom of
the country to slaughter 2,000 huniMn beings
when a king died. The last time that ft
king passed away In Uganda, however,
not a single life was sacrificed and slavery
is tolerated no longer.
DUKE TO SEE THE SOLDIERS
British Kobleroaa Will Visit Hong,
konaj and Singapore om
Trip to Orient.
CAIX"UTTA, Jan. 13.-(Spe''lal The duke
of ConnaUght will Inspect the Hongkong
and the Singapore garrisons In February
His royal highness will arrive at Ran
goon on February 2i and slay In Burma
until March 2. He will visit Calcutta, ar
riving here on March 6 and leaving on
the 14th. Thence proceeding to Colombo,
ha will Inspect the garrison there on
March 18. The Duchess of Connaught and
princess Patricia will ftcct mpojiir bla royal
binUussa. ' -