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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1007.
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OFFERED FOR SALE
Bargains In Unredeemed Jewelry. 41 N. ltt.
(16) M410 F21
t Pool aa Billiard Tables.
FOR BALT5 New and aeoond-hand billiard
and pool tables: we lead the world In
eheap bsr fixtures; easy payments. Rruns-wick-Balke-Collendar,.
40J 8. 10th Bt.
PI a RAl, OriuMi Mnalcal Imtrnmritt,
Bargain in Pianos at
Matthews Piano Co.
wr ui7"i;u narney pi.
86 new and used Upright Pianos to ha
old within tha next ten day to clear the
floor of all odd and enda and used Planoa,
preparatory to arrival of spring stock. In
addition to tha Planoa we will sell all new
and used Organs and Cabinet Piano Play
era at reductions from 20 per cent to GO per
cant from original prices.'
$00. $76, ' $100, ' $126, $150
will Secure reliable Upright Pianos.
- i. 120, , $26, . $30, $36 to $45
; for excellent Square Orand Planoa.
$5, $10. $12 to $20
splendid used organs.
.' . $126 $126 .
buys Ceclllan Piano Players, worth new
Terms $10 cash and $5 a month.
lPR7aHT" 8TK1NWAY PIANO.
Ia fine condition. 818 Mccague Bldg.
, tl6 MJ46 M
REOINA rnusio box, $18.'
51$ N. 16th.
06) 4u9 M7
for rash. 818
(15) 815 ID
FOR SALE--A' fin piano, new In October,
of standard make, excellent tone and ac
tion, at a very reasonable figure. 413 3.
24th. St. 'Phona Douglas iLX. (lb) MU1S
Beware of bogus instruments
offered aa genuine Steinway
pianos. A fine stock of new
and . used Steinway pianos at
very low prices may be found at
,Schmoller & Mueller
and. they are the only author
ized agents in Nebraska.
1313 Farnam St.,
Telephone Douglas 1625.
Typewriters and, Scwlntr Machine.
WILAT 18 A BARGAIN T
. IT IS THE TYPEWRITER .
( ' you bought from ua.
We are building our reputation on a foun
dation of reliability , and integrity. We
want you to look . at our machines, and
compare them- with others, n,s. to their easy
running qualities, durability and price,
then you will know that when we say a
machine Is a bargain it Is a bargain.
MID-WEEK ClUtfrATIONS: -
Smith-Premier, model 2 $35.00 to $75.00
Kemlnirton, model ft... ...J 40.00 to 66.00
Underwood, model 4.. 40.00 to' 65.u0
Underwood, model 5 60.00
Oliver (factory rebuilt) 46.00
Densmore. modl 1 20.00 to 30.00
Dertsmore, models 4 and 5 26.00 to 75.(0
Fox (not vlMtble), model $ 40.00 to 06.00
Bun (vlHibln), model S 80.00 to , 40.00
Blickensderfer, modol 6 12.60 to 20.00
Manhattan, model A 1H.0O to 5.0.)
Wellington, model Z ao.00 to. 40.00
AVE RENT ALL MAKES OF
$2.50 PER MONTH.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED or your
muney men. .
Fox Typewriter Supply "Co. '
. 1822 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
Tel. Douglas 3074. - .
' (16)-M46g 20
' TYPEWRITERS FOR ALL.
We bava been selling Typewriters ao long
that It la an old story. Our stock, thougu
uniiK our atory, never geif old, u is con
Alwaya something new to offer the
shrewd buyer. Your dollars here will do
uoutiie service, this week especially.
Brand Daw Oliver, light out of the
New No. 4 Underwood
Rebuilt Smith Premier, fine..
Remington No. ....
Remington No. t...
Remington No. $
Kamington No. 2 vr.
Remington Na. 2
Remlngtoaj No. t
Bltckenederfttr No. 7
Bllckensderler No. 7
blickensderfer No. 7..
We are Western Aaenta for the BUCK
ENBDKKF10K, portable typewriter,.- the
machine used by k per cent of all travel'
lngnien. ministers, authora, who carry their
writing machines with them. It has no
rival in the- portable class. All right for
office, too. .
We renl all kinds. -
CtNTHAX, .TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE,
Phona Red 66S.
ONE Remington typewriter, No. $, In good
condition, lor sal cheap. Call at Bee
omce. (16) tax
FOR BALE A few first class snow cases
and counters: Terr cheap: nearly new
Kennard Uliws at Paint Co., 15th and
UiXKl BW. v (14) MAil
FEW barnlns In td-hand srxla fountains
monthly payments. Derlght, Ikit Farnam.
. . (U)
SEND us you- mall orders
freliiht paid on $10 lota.
Drug Co., Omaha,
If HER WIN WILLIAMS CO., beat mixed
ptunt. iverraan McConnell Drug Co.
ALL 8 aaea, new, Id-hand. 1818 Farnam.
WOR 8 ALE Two National cash reKlEtera.
one total adder; also nice line of store
fixtures. Ulnbe Land and Investment
company, Patterson Block. ili) M7JI
OH SALE Jupiter pencil sharpener, in
good condition. Call O. R. Wright. Roe
tubes. 0i MTMx
PRINTING preaa, 10x16 Gordon; 14-Inch
aper cutter; one horse power motor; 260
tnta of type. A hove property at a sacri
fice, 1141,8. 17th Bt. tli) MN 21
SHOW CASES and national cash register
cheap. tv N. loth St. 16-MM0 Mix
GROCERY fixtures for sale cheap. Urg
fancy lee box, computing acalt-a, register,
shelving and counters; must vacate Lull I
Ing. 140 M, lKh Bt- (14I-UW3
BICYCLE in good repair, cheap. Ad drees
L to. Bee. (1 Md0 Ki
DREVHER. the tailor, makes the heat
clothes of any tailor In Omaha for the
niuoey. Hulls $J6 to (. Spring styles
at ready. 5u Farnam St.
. . ' .-, j. . . -- (1-M71 l!x
OFFERED FOR SALE
FOR SALE Cheap. lS-hore power gasoline
engine. In line condition. Powell Auto
mobile Co., 2M4 Farnam. (16) M753 43
FOR BALK Nearly new. plain bulcher'a
l-e box, chap. Address D-732. Pee.
(16) M;H6 23
HAND-PAINTED chins plates, $1.S: salts
and peppers. $1 25. Firing a spoctixlty.
Flora Bengelc, 711 8. 16th St.
(HI) M21J 23x
KINDI.1NO WOOD from box factory for
sale. $2.0" per load. The Partrlilge-Shelly-Thnmson
Co., ltK9 Farnam St. Telephone
Douglas 5042. (16) 3M 21X
PARI.OR 8KT, real' mahogany; dining
room set, golden oak; $ bed room aota,
Iron bedsteads, dressers, chairs, rockers;
$ stove, good range and gas stove; all In
good condition; at 1S15 Chicago 8t.
FOR 8A1.K One 10 syrnp soda fountain,
all marble; cheap If taken at once. Ad
drees Q. B., Avoca,. Neb.
(16) M379 20x
SCHOLARSHIP and books In Boyles Busi
ness college for sale at reduction; party
taken 111; books entirely new. Address
B 747, Dee. (lft) 417 M4X
F. J. LARSON A CO., patent lawyers,
patent book tree. Bee Bldg., Omaha, Nb.
D. O. BARNELL, patent attorney and ma
chine designer. Paxton Blk. Tel. Red 7117.
SUA RPR MACHINE SHOPS Patents
procured, Inventions developed, drawing,
gatt-rns, castings, machine work. tjtl-'llJ
. 10th St. (17) 657
MACHINE designing and general draught
ing at reasonable rates. Address J W9,
Bee. (17)-M7ti4 Mil
PATENTS, trade marks, guaranteed or no
fee. National Investment Co.. Douglas Blk
(17) M7;6 Mil
CITY STEAM LAUNDRY SlUits pressed,
not Ironed. 211 S. lit b St. Tel. Doug. 2M.
SEWING machines rented, any make, 75o
r week or J2.00 per month. rieconci-
hd machines for sale, $6.0" and up
Neb. Cycle Co., lbth and Harney.
MASQUES costumes. Lichen. Tel. 4113. Open
evenlnga. (18 tibl
3318 8. 20th, Sack. Tel. Red7u73
SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mall; cul
prices; send for free catalogue. Myers
Dillon Drug Co., Omaha. (18) 663
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits castoff
clothing; In 'act, anything you do not
need: we collect, repair and sell, at 114 N.
11th St., for cost of collecting, to the
worthy poor. Cail-'Phone Doug. 4136 and
wagon will calL (18) 611
JOHN CAN hi 18 IN TOWN!
Now 1 the time to trim treea, trelises and
grape vines;' also landscape gardening. Tel.
Red 6166. Res. 1101 S. 25th Ave.
, (IS) 837 Ml
DR. N. bOMMEK, homeopath,
DR. VOGEL'S private home for ladies be
fore and during connnement; Deal anu
cheapest in tne city. &uv u. utn St.
. . 08) 664
Dveins and cleaning. sDonKlnK and shrink
ing, only 6c pur yard. Send tor price list
40 Douglab Block. Tel. Douglas 1934.
PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOME Mrs
Dr. King, 2018 W. Z1BI m. Tel. Doug. iMt.
BLANK BOOKS and ruled forms made to
order. Reesa printing Co., umana.
OMAHA Stammerers' Institute. Ramge
Bldg. (IS) t)&
r- 3 "
EfZEMA absolutely cured by W. A. Pax-
ton's Salve, a. J. Bcanneil, agent, 509 Wan
JJlk. . (18) M411 Fl
f A l!W FTTH treatment and bath. Mme
BlAUlNIilH; Smith, U8 N. 16th, 2d floor
f A GC5 A m.1 Swedish movement. 410 N
(IS) MJ03 Ma
EFFA ELLIS, music by mail. Adults'
evening class Mondays. 1611 Farnam
Douglas 701. . (18) 16S M4
FOR anything In the sewing machine line
go to i'. r.. t iodman ae t o., 1614 cap. Ave,
(18) M736 Mil
SEWING machines supplies for all makes
of machines; machines repaired; machines
for rent. Hayden Bros., Sewing Machine
Dept. Douglas Bt, entrance. Tel. Doug.
ZO0O. (18) 713 M10
ANY ONE knowing the whereabouts of
Nels and Olaf Olaen will confer a f.ivor
upon them by showlntr them this ad. or
by writing to Miss Carrie Olsen-, Rock
island, iu.. 640 4ttn fit.
(18) M7S9 Miax
HEALTHY, wholesome, satin skin bestowed
by Satin skin cream and Satin powder.
8CHULTZE BLATTERL, ill B. 15th St.
ComDlete line of leading periodicals: Ger
man and foreign publications a specialty.
(18) 870 M17
REAL ESTATE '
CITY PROPERTY FOB SALE
3GTII ST., NEAR FARNAM.
Beautiful residence lot, 60s
165 ft., terraced and sodded,
asphalt pavement, all apeclala
paid. The location Is the swell
eat In the clty. No fancy price
Is asked. This won't be on the
. market long at the low price
asked. . ,
CLINTON H. BRIGGS
1820 FARNAM BT.
ONE 'OF TIIE BEST HOUSES
IN THE CITY
Eight large room and hall 30 feet
long, hardwood finish, with handsome
coldnial carved oak staircase; a very
pleasant dining room, sideboard built
la the wall; mantel and . gas log; a
good hot water heating plant; as nice
a bath, room aa you do not very often
gee; large basement, with laundry;
servants' bath and toilet; plate glass
windows; doors made to order; house
in good order; large barn; owner had
house and barn built by days' worlc;
grounds 75x124; nice shade trees and
some fruk. At 211? Wirt St. Can
be seen any time. House is vacant
and owner has left the city. ' Price,
W. II. GATES,
R. 617. N. Y. Life. 'Phone Doug. 1294.
AN IDEAL s-rooni home, practically new.
built by a mechanic for a home, with the
very best of material, the latwt and moat
modern linproeiuenfa. barn, close in, one
block from car, two from school ; on a
level, paved lrett, high and sightly. Bar
gain, at $4.uu); easy teruis. Address K
'si, cars Bee. (19) 20
FOR 8AI.K Oood (-room house, lot 75x130.
fruit of all kinds, nandy to school; cheap
If taken at once. 1218 N. 34th HI.. South
Omaha. (19) M971 20x
10-ROOM houae, modern. 702 N. 40th St;
must be sold; submit offer. L. D. Holmes,
Ti$ N. Y. Life Bldg OW-aiS a
CITT PROPERTY FOR SALES
BUY "WEST END PROPERTY
For sale, over one hundred
(fine) lota In "Brlggs Place."
Farnam St. extends through
the middle of this addition.
' These lots will be aold dirt
cheap, aa I wlnh to close them
out at once They are to be
aold In a bunch. They must
be sold altogether.
CLINTON H. BRIGGS
1330 FARNAM ST.
Harrison & Morton -
$-room home In Orchard Hill, high and
sightly ground; street paved; house all
modern; good barn. Price, $4,500. Might
rent If we do not sell; rental price, $40.
6-room cottage, nearly new, 60-foot front
lot, sewer, water and gas, stone pave
ment In front of and around tha houso,
good cemented cellar. Price, $2,100; might
rent If do not sell; rental price, $20.
40x66 feet, vacant, In beart of city, for
quick sale $2, 200.
T-room cottage, close In, sewer, water and
gas In the street; street paved; sell on
easy terms $2,600.
Harrison & Morton
(19) 362 20
BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE TO GET
ONE OF THOSE BEAUTIFUL HAL
CYON HEIGHTS LOTS.
The finest location for both
cottage and large homes, only
two blocks from Mlltary Ave.
and car line. Just south of
' Benson business center. - You
can't find such choice lots
elnewhere at these prices
. to $o60. Small cash payment,
' Imlunce monthly. 'Phone D-8f7
and we will meet you on the
Russell & McKitrick Co.,
432-34 Ramge Bldg. loth and Harney Sts.
(1!)) 119 20
only one block to car, very sightly.
TIIE BYRON REED CO.,
Phone Douglas 297.
212 S. 14th St.
(19) 416 21
8012 N 28TH. an eight-room houae, east
front. -lot 40x135 ft., modern except fur-
nace, nign ana signtiy. it wouiu cubi
$3,014) or more to build tho house. Price.
$2,660; $1,200 -cash needed to handle it.
Room on the lot to build another houte,
facing another street.
1722-24 N. 27th, double house, 22 rooms.
There are four floors, each floor arranged
so that they can be occupied separately.
The house faces east. It is entirely mod
ern. Rented now for $50.00 and Is al
ways occupied. $4,500 will buy this prop
erty. Lot 64x120.
Near 28th and Caldwell, a six-room house,
bath and modern except furnace, south
from, lot 60x127; has shade and fruit
trees,, a grape arbor and barn, and la
very cheap- at $2,650.
T aores, south of South Omaha, three-room
house, cistern, barn and cowshed, fruit
trees on lot also. This Is also for rent.
TURRELL & CO., 17th and Farnam.
(19) M4o8 20
42x100, east front, 28th and Cass; fine resi
dence being built on lots adjoining.
RYLANDER & SIMONSON,
303 N. Y. Life Bldg.
WE HAVE CUSTOMERS
for two houses of 7 to 9 rooms, good, fair
houses, In good location.
McMENEMY & RIKER
Telephone Doug. 612.- - Bee Bldg.
(1) M445 20
LANDSCAPE architect. E. C. Foater,
phone Doug. 767, 611 Paxton Blk.
(19) M761 30
BUY from owner and sava commission;
6-room, new, modern cottage, 110 S. 17th.
. 33x132 FT.
ON CHICAGO ST.,
Between 19th and 20th Sts.,
TIIE BYRON REED CO
'Phone Douglas 297.
312 S. 14th fit.
(19) 415 21
ORCHARD Hill, south front. 7 ronmi with
bath, modern, new furnace, full lot, owner
leaving city. Will aell at a aacrlilce.
Worth $2,600; am offering at $2,100. Terms
easy. Phone Harney 2332 at 6 p. m.
Will secure- $-etory brick near Central City.
Annual Income, $3,600. Aseurancea given
that Income will pay triple above amount
In ten years. Offer wanted.
I. CONNER, 232 Neville Blk.
This property la 112x132 ft.,
near tha corner of 20th St
It lays to graUe and la In
every way desirable. FInoly
located for a row of flata. It
won't be long before thla will
be busincaa property. No
fancy price asked.
CLINTON H. BRIGGS
1320 FARNAM ST.
IF RIGHTLY PRICED
I can soil your property, no matter as
to what kind or where located; best bank
I. CONNER, 232 Neville Blk.
(19) 421 1
FOR SALE Two modern houses and large
barn, one block north of Hansoom park;
paved street, east front, lot 76xl6u. East
ern owner will sell at a bargain.
Room 1 N. Y. L. Bldg.
SNAP $ room modern house, i lots. 4749
Capitol Ave., only $2,660. J. H. t'ar)tte.
(1) $2 23
$1,600; lot $. block L Bemia Park, north
east 4th and Lafayette Ave.; high and
siKhtly; one block from Harney car line.
Frank Planck, owner, 110 City Hall.
When Yoa Write to
Remember that It takes only an extra
stroke or two of the pen to mention tha
fact -that- you saw tha ad In Tha Bee.
FARM Ann RANCH LASD9 FOR gAL"
FOR 8ALE 10 or 640 acres, with or with
out water rights, near Brighton, Colo.
Address Box 73, Freeport, III.
IIOMEPEEKERS! Pa careful. Locate rldht.
Investigate our famotia artesian valley.
Sure crops, matchless climate. Let us
writs you. Miller & James. Meade, Kan.
SOUTHERN Kansas farm lands, Klnirraan
and Southern Reno counties offer greatest
Inducements. More natural advantnaS
for agriculture, fruit, live stock and poul
try raising of any location In the slate.
Mild climate, fertile soil. Innumerable
streams and aprinps of pure water, rail
roads, schools, church and prosxpselve
rltlsens. Land purchased at present prices
will soon double In value. For descriptive
lists and complete Information write or
call on Brown Temple, Klng-ninn. Kan
sas. (20)-M.X M3x
iSO-Acre Grain and Slock Farm
$20 acres pasture, 100 acres well Improved,
fine level bottom land In Nance county,
Nebraska. Corn 60 to 60 bushel, wheat
SO bushel, alfalfa, clover, timothy and
wheat on farm, 6-room house, barn 40x1-;
two granaries for 4.000 bushels grain;
scales, hog hotiaes, cattle sheds, orchard,
three wind mills, tanks. 400 rods hog
fence. R. F. D., telephone, school and
church one mlie. H miles from Palmer.
Price $36 per acre. Write.
W. II. "Widaman, Palmer. Neb.
(30) M42B tlx
II. & L. The beet 4S0 acre farm In cen
tral Nebraska, la only three-fourths mile
from court house, and has 320 acres of as
fine valley land aa lies In Nebraska. Good
set of frame bulldlnica complete, large grove
23 years old, orchard, etc., 160 acres In
pasture. Price $36 per acre.
C. 1,200 acre farm, fenced only 4V4 miles
from Sargent, has 200 acres of fine land In
cultivation, balance fenced In two pastures,
good set of buildings, windmill, well, etc.,
a bargain at $16 an acre.
Hartley & Lundy
Box 38. Sargent, Neb.
WILL exchange three full city lots and
new 6-room huuse for Improved NeorasKa
furm. Address Owner, P. O. Box 164,
Benson, Neb. (20) M4il 2lx
In well Improved 80 acres adjoining Broken
Bow; two lloe houxca, onu 7 and one It
looms; bum, granary, corn cubs and
sheds, well, mill, elevated water tamts,
one in mill house and one In barn; one
wood and one steel water tank lor stock,
one steel hog dipping vat; twelve lots uml
entire elgnty irncid bog tignt; water
piped to botn houses, barn and s of the
lots; tine lot of trees, 16 acres altalia;
geared mill, feed grinder, manure
spreader, good as new. improvements
cost K),ouu; land valued at lo,uoo; total,
$lo,OoO. Will take lu,0O0; halt cash, it'
sold prior to March 3, 1907. mile to
town school. Willis Cad well, Broken
Bow, Neb. .- , (20) M45d 2s
40 acres In Frontier county; good road to
two railroad towns; one mile from store,
postofhee, cream stution; in good locality;
, one-half mile to church, school on corner
of ranch. All good soil, no sand, no rock;
one-half smooth, 170 acres cultivated; good
liouse of rooms; barn, 'cribs, granary,
well, windmill, small orchard; extra bar
gain for $7,000; possession March 1. We
nave others. Write us for lists and maps.
Cornelius & Co., Hasting, Neb.
Sooth Dakota. .
SOUTH DAKOTA LANDS
600 acres prairie farm land, one mile from
Gettysburg, Potter county, South Dakota.
No improvements; price $25 per acre, pay
able $6 per acre cash, balance eight yearly
payments, 6 per cent interest. Also have
quarter and half sections at $12 per acre
up. Write for free map to A. G. Williams,
owner. Gettysburg, Potter county, South
Dakota. (iO)-267 MarS
ONE MILLION ACRES ROSEBCD LAND
SOON to be opened in Tripp county, South
Dakota: new and authentic map Just out;
price, 60 cents, postpaid. Fred Relch
niann, Bonesteel, S. D. (20)-M3S6 M18
FOR SALE OR TRADE Improved fruit
and chicken ranch of 15 acres near Tacoma,
AVaah. E. Bradley, Wolbach, Neb.
' (20)-M943 23x
10,080 acres of good raw wheat land, located
in southern part of the state of Wash
ington, near the Columbia river. Price
$8 per acre. Liberal terms.
SHERWOOD IMMIGRATION CO.,
224 Riverside Avenue Spokane, Wash.
(20) M356 20
THE COEOR D'ALENE RESERVATION
will be opened soon. It contains 600,004)
acres choice wheat, fruit and timber land.
Do you wart 160 acres?
COEUH D'ALENE RESERVATION nr.
FORMATION AGENCY, Rooms i-18. Ex
change Bank Bldg., Spokane, Wash.
(3o a tit
FARMS FOR SALE.
Don't buy a farm of any kind, anywhere,
before writing ua. A postal will bring you
our lists. Biadley & Mathiesen, Wolbach,
Greeley Countv, Neb, (20) M94J 23x
FARM lands for sale In Nebraska and
South Dakota, Improved and unimproved,
large and small tracts. . Also some good
trading propositions. Address J. P. Fal
ter, Platlsmouth, Neb. (20) 424 M2
RANCH for sale; 2.080 acres deeded, two
sections leased school land, all fenced;
located central Neb. Write for full descrip
tion. J. V. Anderson, Grand Island, Neb.
. (20) 4i4 MJX
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
FARM AU RANCH LANDS FOR It KMT
20 ACRES, with housa
bam. Ill a
Shi acres with 6-rooiu house and barn,
koulh of Krug park.
IH acres with 6-room house and barn, 46th
10 acres with 6-room house and barn, 46th
26 acres with 3-room house and barn, 4th
T acres with 2-room house and barn, 4th
F. D. WEAD, 1524 DOUGLAS.
. (21)-320 19
FINE ranch to rent on crop plan in famed
Big Horn Basin. Write W. M. Harvard,
No Wood, VVyo. (21) 424 M4x
REAL ESTATE LOANS
MONEY TO LOAN-Payne Investment Co.
GARVIN BROS., 16o4 Farnam. 6 and 6
per ceut loans on real estate; no delay.
LOWEST KATES Bemla, Paxton Block.
$l,00u,000 TO LOAN on busineaw and resi
dence property In Omaha; lowest ratus;
no delay. Thomas Brennan, R. 1, N. Y.
Ufa. (22) 6b
UNION LOAN & INVT CO.
' PRIVATE BANKERS.
Loans money on real atate, buya and aalla
city wariauK, city and faib mortgages. 310
Bee Bldg. 'Phone Doug. 29o4. (u 463 J
WHEN you have Idle money call or write
and tell us how much you have that you
would like to loan on first-class real
estate mortgages and we will procure
borrower. Hastlr.gs & Heyden. 1701 Far
nam St. (22 M442 20
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith 4k Co., 1320 Farnam St. '
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H.
Tbutuaa. sue First National Bank Bldg.
: REAL' ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loans. R. C. Peters A Co.
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Wead, 15J0 Doug.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy, secend-hand furniture,
cook and heating: stoves, caipets, linole
ums, otttce furniture, old clothes r.nj
shoes, pianos, feuthers. bed pillow a. quilts,
and all kinds of trails; or will buy the fur
niture of your house complete. Will buy
antique or mahogany furniture. The high
est prices paid. Call the right nvin. Tel.
Dong. 8971. (2..) M915 M14
DON'T f Ive i your second-hand furniture
away: I pay the highest price; big price
paid for o:4 e furniture. Joe Levlne, 3ol
N. 16th. Toi. Douxlaa 77L
TOP prices for 2d-hand books, novels, all
kinds. Stacey, 316 S. 13th. Tel. Harnry 1385.
(26) M-H7 M5X
CASH paid for old books. Crane-Foye Co.,
113 8. 14th. 'Phone Douglas-1321. '
WANTED For Investment, fiats or cot
tages, eh se In; must be cheap; will pay
cash. Address J 720, care Bee.
WANTED 5-foot bookkeeper's desk; also
railing and cashier's desk and other office
fixtures. Address D 749, Bee.
Rent or buy at once, five to seven-room
cottage; state price with full particulars.
Address P 726. Bee. (25) 0S5 lSx
WANT to buy a home In vicinity of
Hanscom park, about 7 rooms, modern.
Telephone Harney 15U). 1307 S. 2?th.
WANTED To buy flour ' mill In eastern
Nebraska. Uilmore Real Estate Co.. 1419
Douglas St., Omaha. (26 M.HM .
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED April 1, 9-room modern house,
near car line, for family of four adults.
Colonel Curtis, 3128 Chicago St.
(20) M375 20
RELIABLE couple wants modern cottage
or flat, good nelghliorhood, reasonable
rent: Address P 758, Bee. (2) 4 20x
FARMER of twenty years' experience
wants some kind of work on farm; com
petent to till any kind of farm position.
Address John Olsan, Arlena Lodge,
Florence, Neb., Route No. 1.
DAY women furnished free
Telephone Douglas 1112.
WANTED Position of general office work;
experienced; best of references furnished.
Address D, Omaha Bee, 10 Pearl St.,
Council Bluffs. (27) M97S 22
WILL any good-hearted citizen give a
1 tmlverslty graduate work? English, (5er
mnn, French. References. Will do any
thing.. "Deapalr," 2028 Farnam.
POSITION wanted by pharmacy student
out or sciiool nours. Auaiess, idnsen,
2232 Farnam. , (27) 310 27x
WANTED Position as head miller,
dress 301-2 Neville Block. (27)-332
OL'TSIDE or Inside needing a wideawake
party, address W 745, cure Bee.
(27) M333 21x
SHIFPINd clerk assistant; references.
Address S 744, caro Bee. (27) M392 21 X
BY a colored man, aa packer, marker or
shipping clerk. Best of references. Ad-
dress J 754, Bee. (27) 409 21x
SITUATION by boy for room and board
Hours in evening to 9 a. m, 12 to 1 and 4
to 7. Can do most anything. Address
B 762, Bee. (27) M454 20x
DAY WOMEN furnished free of charge.
Telephone. Douglas 1112. (27) M800
PROPOSALS FOR LEASING THE TR1
bal Lands of the Standing Rock Reserva
tion. North Dakota, for Grazing Purposes
Department of tha Interior, Office of Indian
Affairs, Washington, D. C, February 6,
1907. Sealed proposaia for leasing the sur
plus tribal pastures on the Standing Rock
reservation, North Dakota, for gracing
purposes, will be received at this office
until 3 o'clock, p. m., on Thuraday. March
23, 1907, and will be Immediately thereafter
opened in the presence of such bidders as
may Httend. The lands will be leased for
a period of Ave years from June 1. 1907.
and no bid for a different period will be
considered. The proposals must be ad
dressed to "The Commissioner of Indian
Affairs, Washington, D. C," and must be
i.lalnly endorsed on the outside of the en
velope, "proposals for Leasing Btandlng
koik lianas. i ne lanas onerea tor lease
have been divided Into four pnstures. Pas
ture No. 1 contains Pb.UOO acre: D.islure
No. 2 contains 6uo,00 acres; pasture No. 3
contains 8:5,200 acres; pasture No. 4 con
tains lltMMi acres. Maps showing the loca
tion of the pastures and posters giving di
rections for tho submiesion of bids, and all
other necessary information, may ba
obtained on application to the United
States Indian Agent, Fort Yates, North
Dakota. Proposals not conforming to the
requirements mentioned In the posters may
be rejected, if such action shall be deemed
advisable. C. F. LARRABEE, Acting
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
(other than tire loss claims In San Fran
cisco, California) against (he German In
aurange Company of Freeport are hereby
notified that by an order entered by the
circuit court of Carroll county. Illinois,
on January 12, A. D. 1907, It Is provided
that ail claims against said The German
Insurance Company of Freeport (other than
said San Francisco fire Ioks claims) must
be filed with the undersigned at Its office
at No. 100 Washington street, Chicago, Illi
nois, under oath, In the form prescribed
by said court, on or beforethe 16th day of
May, A D. 1907, and thar all such claims
not so tiled will be disallowed and forever
barred from participating In the distribu
tion of the assets of said Tha German
Insurance Company of Freeport.
This notice shall not be considered aa a
welver of any failure by any fire loss
cluimant to comply with the provisions of
his policy concerning notice and proofs of
loss, and no claim will be allowed where
the claimant has failed to file notice and
firoofs of loss within the time limited and
n the manner provided by his policy of in
surance. CHICAGO TITLE AND TRUST COM
PANY. Receiver of The -lerman Insurance Com
pany of Freeport. F13-B0-27
All persons having claims (other than lost
claims upon policies of insurance) against
German National Insurance Company of
Chicago, Illinois, are hereby notified that
by an order entered by tho circuit court
of Cook county, Illinois, on January 11,
A. I). 19H7, all claims ag'tinst said lnxurancu
company (other than loxs claims upon poli
cies of lnmirance) must be filed with the
undersigned In Chicago, Illinois, under
oath In the forma prescribed by s.tld court
within six (6) months from said January
11. l:.'7. ' and that all such claims not so
filed will be disallowed and forever barred
from participating in the diHtribiitlon of the
assets of said German National Insurance
STATE BANK OF CHICAGO,
Receiver of German National Insurance
Company of Chicago, Illinois.
JL DAH, W1LLARD ac WOLF.
Solicitors for Receiver.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
Notice la hereby given that the regular
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
South piatte Land company will be held
at the office of aald company at Lincoln,
Nc-b., at 11 o'clock a. m. on the 6th day of
March, A. D., Uu7. By order of tha Board
C. H. MORRILL, President
A. B. MINOR, Secretary.
Lincoln, Neb., February 4. 1307.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
The annual meeting of stockholders In
The Bee PuLluhing company is hereby
called to meet In the office of The Bee
building. In the city of Omaha, Neb., cn
the 4th diy of March, 1K-7. at 4 o'clock
p. m. By order of the president.
H. A. HASKELL
au - - . J
DEPUTY STATE VETERINARIAN.
H. L RAMMACCI0TTI. 0. V. S.
Office and Infirmary, rj and Mason Sts,
OMAHA. NEM Telephone fcjg.
GANS-NELSON FIGHT PHOTOS
nig Rattle a Canvass, Where People
Cam Deride Mooted
Manager Burgess has arranged for a
popular priced show for tha Boyd for the
remainder of tha week, beginning Wednes
day night. It la the presentation of the
(Jans-Nelson fight pictures, which have
been attracting so much attention all over
the country. The Interest In these pictures
Is far more keen than In most pictures of
the kind, for the reason that there ia a
disputed point which the pictures ought to
decide and all want to see them to see
what the dumb witnesses say. Whether
Nelson fouled Oans Is a mooted question.
The referee said he did and gave the de
cision to Qans. Pport lovers like to watch
tha pictures to decide for themselves.
The base ball teams will soon be off for
their spring training. In the American
league the Phllles leave March 1, Cleveland
March 2. Washington and New York March
4; Chicago. St. Louis and Boston March
6, and Detroit March J. For the Nationals
New York leavea for the south February
26. Brooklyn March $, Chicago and Phila
delphia March 4, St. Louis and Cincinnati
March 6, and 1'lttsburg Marcn 10.
Chicago fans sav thev cannot for the life
of them see how either pennant ran be
taken away from the windy t.:iiy tms year.
They claim both learns will be In cham
pionship form right from the first Jumi)
and It should be a runaway race from the
start They claim the White Sox won the
The Interstate Commerce Laws
permit ua to sell our Cigarettes
direct to consumers for their per
, We will be pleased to mall yon
our Consumers' Price List con
taining a description of our well
known brands of Cigarettes and
Little Cigars of the highest qual
Mail Order Department
142 West Slat Street,
New York City.
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The China and Japan ' .
Fast Mall a 4 :15 pm a J 10 pm
Colo. Calif. Ex a 4:15 pm i : pm
California A Ore. F.x. .a 4:25 pm a $:10 pra
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Fast Mall a i:M am a 8:00 pm
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North Platte Local a :Vi am a 4:50 pm
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WEBSTER TATlOH-iatal . WEBSTER
Paal. Mle.eapoll. J,
Twin City Paeeenger,
einux Cltv Passenger
b 4:30 am b :10 pm
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a Dally, b Dally except Sunday,
except Saturday, c Sunday only,
axsept Mondsv. ,
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45A BKOADWAY, NEW YORK
115 Offlcoa Abnpad
Cook's Traveler's Checks Payable
"(MPHE8S" Line of tha Atiantio
X.AJTD TO X.AJTD XM TOVM BATS
The Empress of Britain and Empress of
Ireland make the voyage I rum yuebrc to
Liverpool In six days, two being spent on
the majestic St. Lawrence.
Book now for summer sailings.
O. a. BEaTJAafljr, Dea, Aft, 833 8k Clark
Street, Calcafo, UL
pennant In spite of hard luck and not by
President Charles Comlsker f the wnrld a
champion White Sox is having an expensive
time communicating with his rmlsre.
Wednesday he received a teiegrnm. $1 l
collect, from Ted Sullivan In which the
advance agent Informed him that he had
arranged an exhibition erame for r'aroh 54.
Thursday "inih," the colored cock on the
f4. 8, White Sox, called Comtikey on trte
long distance telephone from New Mndrld,
Mo., and talked to him for ten minute.
Yesterday Cnmlskey was railed to the
'phone and told that New Madrid wanted
to talk to him aaaln. "How much did that
talk cost me Thursday?" asked Cnmlskev.
"Two dollars and fifty renls for the first
three minutes and rents per minute after
that." was the answer. "Tell New Madrid
that T do not care to talk to them todav."
replied Comlskey, as he hung up the re
"A manager of a bin league team," said
Clark Orlmth, "sometime loses an unde
veloped star simply because he has not the
time to look him up when he has been
recommended to the club by some fan. 1
Frobahly receive a thousand letters a yeaf
rom base ball fans who think they havi
discovered a Wsgner, a Latnie or a Chase.
They write to me from all parts of the
t'nlted Plates, recommending; players whi
are not even twalnnlng a career In a minor
lenatie. Wonderful pitchers, who would
make Chesbro, Miithcwson and other bio
stars look like deuces, are unearthed. I
suppose every major league manager In the
country experiences the same thing, fnt
there arc sharp-eyed, self-appointed scouts
all over the land watching out for prom.
Islng young ball playera."
The Detroit fans nr gl.id to hear that
Bammy Crawford Is goinn to hit for the
springs this week. They're all looking for
the man from Wahoo to do nome clouting
this season. "If Sammy bits, tho Tigers
win," Is their logic, and there is a whole
lot in It. Not that Sum can't hit. It's sel
dom that the big fellow doesn't sting the
hall, but he can't get away from the field
ers. Around the circuit lust seaaon he won
the name of being tho hardeat-luck hlttet
In the league, and he certainly looked It.
On May 2S. last year, First Ttaseman
Jlgfra Donahue of the White Sox went
throughout the entire game without a put
out. Snapper Kennedy, the old-time ball
player, well known In Omaha, has been
engaged to run the Otttimwa team for the
coming year at a large salary. Kennedy
has won the pennant for two years In that
league and his services were In demand.
WITH THF. UOW1.F.H.
The Krug Parks won three games from
the Cudnhys last night at the association
alleys. The puckers were allowed a handi
cap of sixty-five pins to the game and had
good totals, but the Krug boys were In
their best form and plied up a total of
2,H56, with one gamn above 1.OC0. Zimmer
man led the men with an Individual total
of 638 and Tunneman was close up with
634. The latter took the top single game
with LTA Tonight there will be a special
match between Huntington and Blakeney
and Anderson and Cochran. The score:
1st. 2d. 3d Total.
Griffiths 10.1 1M1 206 5J$
Remlen 173 118 13$ 45$
A. C. Tteed 302 V.2 141 4!
Oreenleaf 170 164 l'tf 46
H D. Heed 172 216 ITS 5l
Handicap 65 65 66 l!
Totals W5 S32 8X0 J.717
1st. 2d. 8d. Total.
Tonnemnn 2"6 14 1!4 634
Zimmerman 237 210 191 R'tt
Marble 1 2"3 1K 51
French 1!4 177 17 6!VS
Bengele 152 221 171 644
Totals 1,034 996 Kt 5
The Life Malts won three straight games
from the Blgck Kats last night on the
Metropolitan alleys In a warm contest.
Both teams played well, hut the Life Malts
proved too much for the Kats and beat
them out by a total of $42 plna. Camp was
high man for the Kats with a total of 5S7
and Stapenhorst high tor the Life Malts
with 819. The score,:
1st. 2d. Sd. Total.
Sutton 1X3 191 164 587
Rush 15S 174 203 5S5
McKelvy m 171 100 517
Stnpenhorst 190 215 214 613
Seaman .158 159 133 450
Totals.. 874 R10 374 t,$43
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Baher .'. ... 146 1,19 1 59 444
Camp' W) 2& 184 587
Solomon 157 175 1.10 463
Spetman 140 132 127 399
Havens '. 154 173 17 404
Handicap 34 34 87 10$
Totals.........: 811 KS5 304 2,386
Last night the Bicycles and the El Cau
dllloe pliyed a postponed game on the
basement alleys of the Metropolitan, the
Bicycles taking all three games. Rush was
high man. for the El Caudlllns with a total
of 6i0 and Oilbreath carried away the
honors for the Bicycles with 554. This was
the first postponed gama played on the
basement alleys. Score:
1st. , 2d. 3d. Total.
Judv 2"0 174 161 515
Oilbreath 173 1;1 211) 651
Straw 131 112 lf6 419
Board 154 1 190 610
Keyt 162 179 101 443
Totals 830 812 $03 7,460
. EL CAUDILLOS.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Caughlan 1W 141 104 455
lM 123 156 43S
Prlmeau 126 m 128 378
Rush l'3 197 164 660
Hindrlcks 154 103 136 463
Totals . 815 150 715 $.260
SHENANDOAH, Ia., Feb. 1. (Speclal.V
The Company K, Fifty-fifth regiment. I owe.
National Guard, basket ball team of thla
city defeated the South Omaha Young
Men's Christian association team In a fast
game here FtldafV. The South Omaha boys
were not In It at all. the soldier boys out
classing them at every stage of the game.
The local players were not at their best,
two of the players being crippled from the
Nebraska game the -week before. The
soldiers have the faatest team In the state,
'laying ten games thla season and nine
ast year without a single defeat and they
are open to all oomera. Tha lineup was as
Company E. South Omaha.
B. Maranvllle (O. forward Moore (C)
C. Maranvllle ....forward Hodeburg
B ker oenter Rtachku
Castle guard ' C'onley
Johnson guard Reed
Field baskets: Company E, 18; South
Omaha, 8. Fouls: Company E, 8; South
Omaha, 13. Total: Company E, 39; South
Omaha, 19. Referee: Frankfurt. I'm pi re:
Sch river. Time of halves: Twenty minutes.
It'oles for Parlfle Rare.
SAN FRANCISCO.. Feb. 19.-The South
Coast Yacht club of Los Angeles has Is
sued a circular stating the conditions of
the ocean race from Sun Pedro, Cul., to
Honolulu, which will start on June 11 and
which will be conducted under the joint
auHplces of the South Coast Yacht club
and the Hawaiian Yacht club. The cir
cular says: "This race Is open to all
yachts of not less than forty-foot water
line, to be confined to any regularly or
ganised yacht club of any country, with
out restrictions as to rigging, crew (pro
fessinnal or amateur) or sails, but no mo
tive power other tliun suils shall be used.
Time allowance will be given, based on one
half hour per foot of racing length for tha
entire distance, racing length to be tbe
load water line length, plus one-half tha
length of the overhang.
Grant Defeats Moore.
NEW YORK, Feb. 18. Play was contln
tied today in the national Indoor tennis
t. nam jiiuiioi(j iuui naiiinii. ii mo men m
singles only ten out of forty starters r -:
nialued when play was stopped. W. C.
: Grunt, holder of the honors, displayed good
form in the match In which he defeated 11.
i H. Moore with the loss of only one game
j in two sets - Four of the women, Miss E.
H. Moore, formerly national champion:
' Miss Marie Wagner. Misa Louise Hammond
J and Miss Elsie Little won Places In the
' semi-nnaia oi trie women a cnumpionanips.
Joaasoa Defeats Felix.
SYDNEY. N. 8. W.. Feb. 19 Jack John-
I Felix, the colored heavyweight champion
oi Australia, in two minutes or ngntlng.
Two-Oil Faree la Missouri.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.. Feb. 19 The
senate toduy paased the house 2-rent pas
senger rate bill after amending it to con
form to the arnate bill and adding a penalty
of a fine from $lou to $6u for each violation.
The bill now goes to the house for con
currence In the amendments and then will
go to the governor for signature. Tha
penalty clause was added at the request
or Attorney General liodley. who tnou
it necessary to make the bill effectives
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