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THE OMAHA DAILY BEEt TUESDAY, ATOIL 16, 1M7.
MONEY TO LOAN
tar? and Chattels Contlnaed.
IONET loaned on p!.nr. furniture, cow,
horsee. Me. C. F. Kd, 810 B. l'h. ...
OFFERED FOR RENT
Boirilnl ! Boonn.
VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms; cafe.
DEWET European Hotel. Ulh and Farnnm.
. U5 Bli
AT Hansrom park, two tirnt mmth front
rooms, with or without breakfast. For
particular! 'phone uarney mi.
Clean, wrn-i urmsneci, wen-noateo
OUtftlne ruuui , n. iiii-ujr niuuTn,
Harney atre t
ONE newly furnished front room, In pri
vate family. 1'bone Douglas M54. 638 3.
PI RAHANT furnished room In prlvat
family; house Is modern. 'Phone Harney
NEWLT FURNISHED room, new modern
noun. Hanicorn park district, on car
line, strictly private family. PI, one Har
ney Ttf. (1S)-M5 lx
FURNISHED roflmn; gentlemen preferred.
2301 Douglas. Tel. Douglas 6377.
FINE rooma, raaionable.
6i8 s. nth Ave.
(IE) M 4 M6x
HQT'SKK EEPINO room, reasonable. 1712
Jackson. (151-M122 x
TWO nicely furnished rooms, modern, com
plete, tor light housekeeping. 2o!8 Daven
port. V (1B)-M7H 1GX .
922 No. 19th.
(IB) M827 1 9
EXCELLENT modern furnished single
room. 'Phone In house. Harney Ht.
NEWLT furnished double room; light
hous.-kr'CpIng; with gas light and stove.
607 8. 13th. (10) 010 1
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for
light housekeeping; modern. M j-iarney
Bt (ls)-M177 lGx
EXCELLENT furnished rooms for gentle
men; all modern; center of the city.
"The Boston," 107 8outhv 17th St.
(16) M 193 16x
FURNISHED front room; modern; suitable
for one or two gentlemen; walking dis
tance; board If desired. 814 8. 191 h St.
(15) M232 22x
PLEASANT room, modern, with phone;
. private family. 901 8. 20th St.. upstairs.
(IB) M229 22x
NICE front room, with bath. 2M Harney
CENTRAL, modern, S deslrublf rooms,
bath and hall, to good tenant. 2W N. 23d.
TWO rooms, with alcove, for housekeeping,
man and wife preferred, south front,
strictly modern; telephone and bath on
earn floor. SB'S Harney.
(IB) 1 lBx
I ROOMS for light housekeeping 3115 Burt.
(IE) 212 IT
. Housekeeping Room.
THREE furnished rooms for light house
keeping. 211 N. 22d. (15) 906 1BX
Apartment .and Plata. .
t Room 8, I rooma N. W. Cor. 15th and
Harney. Wlthnell block.
t7 Rooms, BT. MARY'S BLK., B. B. Cor.
27lh and 8L Mary s. Call at No. 6 for
114 Three rooms, 3d floor, room 9, PUSEV
BLOCK. 708 8, lth Bt. Bee Janltreas.
k HO222 & !9th SI., S rooms.
N. P. DO 1X3 H CO., 1714 FARNAM.
.4-ROOM. strictly modern apartment; pri
vate porcelain bath, open nlckl plumb
ing, on second Moor of owner's resldunoe,
on narttv side, to family of two. Prloe,
. U. Address I-9S, Be. (1B)-8M 9x
FOR RENT Three-room modern flat, 2919
Douglaa, ground floor) rent reasonable.
Globe Land & Investment Co., Patterson
Block. (IB) Ma
ONE flat left at 24th and Dodge. 6 rooms,
new; combination Matures; oak finish;
hot water heat; Janitor service. Hasting
Hsyden, liut Farnam Bt. (16) M260 Is
Rooaalna; Hons for 1
IF YOU want to aell quick see Hlldreth at
Williams. 610 Bs. (16) M12 20
Haas and Cottage.
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
prices. Tel. Douglas lfc$. Bchmollcr at
Mueller Piano Co, 13U-WS Farnam.
WE MOVE PIANOS ilaggard Van and
Storage Co. Tat. Doug. lw. Office, 1711
Webster Bt (16)-18
in all parte of tha city. Tha
O. F. Davla Co., Be Bldg.
OMAHA Van at Storage Co.. pack, move,
atora, H. H. goods; atorvhous 1120-24 N.
lWh. Offlca, liU Farnam- Tl. TXvg. 1569.
In all part of the city. R.
C. 1-eters Co., Bee Bldg.
8KB us when shipping household goods to
larg cities west; we can ssv yoi money.
EXPRESSMEN Dk. Li VERY CO., 214 N.
- Ulh 8u Tel. Doug. 1195. (15-3
0-roora modera house, new furnace, north
part of city, ti.
. C. U. BACHMANN,
43 Paxton Block.
FOR RENT-816 Worthlngton Place, nice
lu-room house, very (Kwlrable nelghbtir
hooa, thoroughly modern, $50.00 a month.
Will give laas. Apply to Conrad Young,
1611 Dodge. (15) M6u
HOUSES, Insurance. Rlngwalt. Barker Blk.
204 North 23d, new brick, $46.
s-ROOM modern house, ex. furnace. 2412
Bpaldlng St. Chrla Boyer, 22d and Cum
ing bis. tu Mia
FOR RENT 7-room house, 1S11 N. 25th St
(16) IH 14
1 k ,
LIST your house for rent with Hlldreth
at Wlitiama, 619 Bee. (15) MUS 20
$1 3330 Corby St., 7 rooms, cistern and
well, it bearing fruit trees, no bath, gaa
In cellar and can b piped to kitchen
free; key at huuae; no city water: 14
blocks from school house, $ blocks fro. a
$22 2464-M63-2460 8. 20th St., $ rooms, mod
ern es'.-vpi furnace; new housi'S. ready
June 1; tvnant pays water tax. There ara
Ore houses, o. W. Cor. 10th and Bancroft
$24831 Davenport, 8 room, modern except
$35 Kin Seward St., 9 room, all modern,
two storlr; key at oroce; owner pay
. wtr lax.
kx Ji-i No. 30th St., $ rooms, all modarn,
city water, gas. electric lights, etc.; key
at office: tenant paya water tax.
13 367 Charlra St.. rooms, all modern
except furnace; key at grocaiy stoie on
Hamilton Bt: owner pay water rent.
' N. P. UODUB CO.. 171. FAKNAM BT.
Oi KOUNT7B PLACE 8 room. atrlcUy
uiwvl, 11 IS W.
O'KKEKK REAL ESTATE CO..
luol N. Y. L. Bldg.
FOR RENT T-room house, $11 N. 18th Ave.;
mudem except furnace; In new complete
repair; rent moderate. Apply at .' N.
Ulh ht. or M N. Y. Uf BMg.
TWO lrg room, two closets, city water,
wr and coal house. No children.
bACund fluvr. 29J1 N. 2&th. (15)-iac 15
l-ROOM ll modern house; references r
itulretl. UX1 bpncer Bt (15) M2J4 Six
t HuOMS Sil Burt St.
-ROOM brick, niodara. MJ Ms pi Bt.
(l&)-&9 21 X
OFFERED FOR RENT
13 N. Kd St.. B room cottage. 13 50. Hast,
lngs and Heydcn. 1704 Farnam St.
(15 M3B1 16
FOn RKNT-Ocrmanm Hall or Bijou
Thtr building. 1M2 to IS16 Harnpyi
tores. offices and thoMer: on long le.-i.
N P. Dodge A Co.. 1714 Farnam.
2 FLOORS, each 83x130, On slds trark for
light atorag". to rent. In Jobbing district.
Address H 71. car Bee. (lol-M'x.J 16
TRACKAGE, warehouse, 14th and Nlcholaa
?.. 4x4. for rent. Telephone. DmiglaS
464. (IB) Maul 18
ONE large pfflre room, ground floor, Ed
ward Cielghtun Institute Hldg.. 210 8. isth
St., opposite city hall. Inquire building.
ROOM 4, Continental Work, and large re
ception rcioin: very suitable for dentist's
or doctor's office; tower windows. Robt.
H Ilenneit, Agent, Room 11. Continental
Formerly occupied by the United State)
National bank. Is now for lease; 3,(29 square
feet lloor space; two vaults, private toilet
rooms, lunch room, directors' rooms and
storeroom In connection. See us for full
We also have a small offlca on the third
floor. Call Monday morning and sea this,
It won't last long.
Chas. E.Williamson Co.
1201 Farnam St
(15) 189 16
FOR RENT Desk room In Bee office, city
hall building. 417 N. 26th St., South
Omaha. Apply to manager. (15) 14
STORES FOR RENT.
718 S nth St., 22x44, 2 floors and base
ment, 130 00.
TM 8. 12th St., 22x44, 1st floor and base
7J4 S. 13th St., 2Jx44, 1st floor and base
THE BYRON REED CO..
Phone Doug. 297. m B. 14th Bt.
(IB) MS47 tl
FOR RENT The beat located corner store
In Omaha, Farnam and IRth Kts., Board
of Trade Bldg. See P. H. Phllbln, Srhlits
709 8. 27th St., J9.00 per month.
2A"G Farnam St., S12.0 per month.
2t6 Farnam St.. t-t'.OO per month.
N. P. DODGK & CO.. 1714 FARNAM ST.
UNEQUALLED chance for drugg1t In
block with grocery and meat market; cen
tral, with fixtures; rent moderate; best of
chance for good man In best neighbor
hood. Laundrv rooms, with 75-horse power boiler
to run same. Apply 2J0 N. 23d St.
THREE splendid modern rooms on ground
floor; rent reasonable. U22 Farnam St.
STORE ROOM. 1103 N. 18th. $20. Bemls,
Paxlon Blk. (IB) 938
FOR RENT In Brush, Colo., new brick
store building Box SO feet, full sized base
ment, plate glaBs front, electric light, all
modern, will be completed about May ).
For particulars call on or write to E, L.
Morrill, Brush, Colo., or Lincoln Land
Co., Lincoln, Neb. (IB) M917 21
FOR RENT Store room, 24x36, with four
living rooms; will slter to suit tenant;
$18 per month. 36th and Charles Bts.
(16) M144 16
FOR RENT STORES.
$302922 Leavenworth Bt, first story; owner
pays water tax.
$9709 S. 27th St., small storeroom; owner
pays water tax.
$20 ,908 Farnam St, new etoreroom; owner
pays water tax.
N. P. DODGE V CO., 1714 FARNAM BT.
(15) M9S9 16
OFFERED FOR SALE
ANCHOR and Iron fencing; wire fencing
6c per foot. 206 N. 17th St. Tel. Red 814.
ID-HAND furniture bought and old; busi
ness on the square. Rosenberg Co. .formerly
with Chicago Furn. Co. 103 8. 14th D. 6M6.
(IS) M843 Myl$
BEDROOM suite cheap. Five pieces, a
walnut bed, marble top dresser and com
mode, divan and table, tX. Call 2554
Harney Bt (16) M259 17
Flano. Organ. Hnslral Instruments.
$188 CA8H buys a nearly new Steger tt
Bon upright piano, left on sal for a
few days only. Inquire for Mr. Rhodes
at Matthews Piano Co., 1515 Harney St.
. (16) M710 1
THE smallest piano In the west at th
Chicago Furniture Co. We alio have th
highest grade second-hand furniture at
small price. 1413 Dodge St Tel. Douglaa
4U7. (1 M7S1 A20
In slightly used upright planoa and used
organs. Th greatest value ever of
fered. Many of these Instruments would
pass for new, and they ara without ex
ception moat superior to tha ordinary
uaed pianos. Terms, $3, $4 or $5 monthly.
Kimball, rosewood cas $ 75
Arlon, cottage upright 100
Checkering, rosewood casa 126
Btngar, mahogany case 150
Opera piano, oak case.. 175
Vose & Sons, cabinet (rand zoo
Steger & Suns, used .1
$400 sample piano...; 1"0
$500 Emerson, used 8 months....... $7$
Square pianos and organs, all makos, $16,
$26 and up.
200 new plans for rent $3 and up. Expert
tuning and repairing on short notice. W
also move and store piano. Tel. Doug.
Sclimoller & Mueller Piano Co.,
UU and 131$ Farnam Bt
FOR BEST value possible In high grade
planoa, high grade tuning ana repairing,
see BuBh k Gerta Piano Co.. 61 W. O. W
Bldg. Tel. Doug. 6374. (16)-M777 A34
FOK SALE Good Emerson upright piano,
at a sacritlc. Apply 2413 Hamilton.
WEBER' upright piano,
big bartaln thi
week at Mallhaa Piano Co.. 1616 Harney
(16) M711 16
BTOREY A CLARK upright piano for ona
nalf regular value, easy payment. Mat
thew I'lano Co.. 1615 Harney St.
GOOD upright piano for sale at a bargain;
party luavlng town. 2018 Davenport.
UtO M714 1SX
PIANO 8quare. $10; 60 cent weekly. Par
cel Piano Co., iu Farnam Bt.
PIANO CERTIFICATES REDEEMED.
We will redeem all piano credit certificate
up to $KO Wsud by any piano Ann of this
city. 6v9 W. O. W. Bldg., Omaha.
Typewriter and wln Machine.
ONE Remington typewriter. No. 6, In good
condition, for le cheap. Call at Bee
office. (16) 29x
BMITH -PREMIER typewriter, fine writing
hap. $Ja. 641 Paxton. (1) 743 16
FEW bargain In id-hand aoda fountalna;
monthly payment. Derlght U18 Kainam.
MY RECIPE for cleaning wall paper eosta
tic per room to clean paper. Send on
dollar for recipe. Addreaa V. W. Prlc.
nausmouin, rteo. i itJ llmfi klst
BEND na your mall order for drug;
freight puid on $10 lula. Mysrs-Dia.in
Dru4 Co., Oma.Ua, (1 tj
OFFERED FOR SALE
FOR 8ALB-AI1 the leading periodicals
published. Foreign publications a spe
cialty. Hlrthday. wedding and souvenir
H,st rorrfa nubsralntions received for all
periodicals published. Mall orders will
receive prompt attention.
BCHLLTZB at BLATTERT,
Newsdealers and Stationers, 111 8. 1Mb. St.
(1 MS23 ml
AWNINGS; they're not expensive.- Csll
I'oug fvo and our representative will call.
Omaha Tent and awning Co. (16 M604
HALL B sates, new, Id-hand. 1811 Farnam.
Butchers' refrigerators on hsnd. IN Iug.
FOR SALE Two National cash registers,
one total adder: also nice line of stors
fixtures. Glob Land and Investment Co.,
Patterson Block. (18) M4
BIIERW1N WILLIAMS CO. best mixed
paint. Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
FOR SALE Collection of flno old Violins,
Including sixes viola snd 'cello. Violin
6tudlo. 10 Wlthoell Building.
GARDEN and field seeds, fruit backs ges,
be keepers' suppWea. Tounksrman 8eed
Do., council htlurra, la. us aut
MILLET SEED. A. W. Wagner. 1 N. 16th.
A CLEAN je.OfO stock of general merchan
dlee at 85 rents on the dollar: fine loca
tion: will be.tr closest Inspection. Owner
moving away. Address, 1 70, Bee.
COAL Good burning: 2 baskets ICc: I for $1,
delivered. Rosenblatt. 'Phone Doug. 412.
SLOT machines, all kinds: also silver Plat
Ing and picture machines. J:irl. 712 8. lfith.
(IS) MH3Z A3UX
DiiAj niuHin 1 nisiory 01 me rToriu,
Encyclopaedia Britannic. International
Encyclopaedia: small monthly payments
Webster's Unabridged 110 Dictionary, full
leather, only 12 25. B. B. Roberts, 541
Fsxton nidg., Omaha. (161 MR14 A80
TREES, shrubs, rosea Hard Pell Nur
sery, 24th and Flnkney. Tel. Web. K50.
FOR SALE A "Majestic" steel range, al
most as good as new. For further Infor
mation telephone Harney 2918.
(16 MW 1
CHOTCF CURRANT FT.ANTS for sale. B.
C. Smiih, 3108 Corby St. (1S 100 Mix
GAS AND ELECTRIC
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
We furnish estimates. If you ara going
to build, write for catalogue.
BURQESS-G R ANDEN CO.,
II 8. th. 'Phone Doug, ftxl
A FEW Ice boxes for sale at your own
price. 107 No. 12th St. ) MS M12
BODA FOUNTAIN fixtures, safe, glass
case and confectionery supplies. Address
801 West Pierce St., -Council niuffs. Ia.
FOR BALE 10.000 tons of Mississippi
river Ice, 18 to 22 Inches thick. Can be
loaded on barges or In car. Address C.
H. Beyerstedt. 227 Grand street. Winona,
Mlrm (16)-Mia 16x.
FOR BALE Three pool table In good
order; give good bargain on It. Write
to F. E. Buresh, Brslnard. Neb.
(18) M643 16x
NEW furniture of 7-room flat. 410 S. 24th
81 (1D-M107 1
FINE billiard tnbl. complete, cheap.
'Phon Harney 2077. (16) M123 16x
FOR SALE Cyphees Incubators, Lee
brooders, Humphrey bone cutters. Stand
ard Poultry Co.. 821$ N. 26th St. "Phon
Red 6034. (16) M16S 20x
FOR SALK One sealskin cape, slse 120x36
Inchea, Rice London dyed. Skinner satin
lined, cost $350. Price, $76. Address W 99.
Be. (19)-21S 15x
FOR BAtiE One ladles' rawhide bound
trunk, special make, else 47x23x34 Inches,
T trays, top compartment divided for hats,
etc.; secret drawer 4-bottle rack; oost
$126; price, $60. Address W 99, Bee.
(16) 216 15x
NATIONAL cash register, total adder, with
ticket attachment, cheap. 806 N. 16th.
TO BUY or sell any business or property
call on Ganstad. 3 Bee Bldg. (16) M151
WE HAVE on hand a large amount of
store fixtures, consisting of cases, shelv
ing, coffee mill, cash registers, etc.. that
will go at a sacrifice. Olobe Land at In
vestment Co., 1 ana 3 Patterson morn.
FOR SALE Beautiful new aet of quartered
oak fixtures, complete for confectionery
store; reaaonable terms. For full par
ticulars write National Wooa works.
Bloux City, la. (1)-M25t It
D. O. BARNELL, patent attorney and ma
enin designer, raxuin jUik. isl. Red
mi. uj 7W My 10
LARSON CO. Book freeT Be Bldg.
I OWN three patent and can't work on
tat properly, will exchange one or more
tales for good property or stock. Chance
for DiT aare bualneaa to ?ooa man with
ainau capital, u. a. s, timwood, 111.
07) M966 20X
CITT 8TEAM LAUNDRY Shlrta preaaad.
noi ironea. zu a. um oi. -11. jjoug. 964.
Stajnmrra Inatltut. Ramg
THE SALVATION ARMY aollolt castoK
clothing; In fact anything you do not
need; we collect, repair and sell, at 114 N.
11th St., for coat of collecting, to tha
worthy poor. Call 'Phpn Doug. 4136 and
wagon win can. (1) 11
SEWING machine ranted, any make, 76
per week lor $2.00 per month. Beoond-
riana macnin tor sale, 13.00 and op.
vuitMre yvt 101a ana riarney.
FENNrXA. iiilUiery Co., 322 N. 16th Bt
(!) 6.8 June 28
Dytlr,: mj.'I uleanin. snnnarlna' ind ahrlnlc
Ing, enly 6e per yard. 8nd for prlc Hat
HMJ Mbl 1 1 01 VS.
niil.1faM pr fi 'rTKrn ro
16 Douglaa Block. Tel. Douafaa 1936.
MAKSAGR 8wedlh movement. 619
iroaaway, Rm. 2a, Co. Bluffs
(U) M191 M3
MAGNETIC treatment snd bath. Mm.
. . . .. , . .w ... ...... , ,1 ' , ,
PRIVATE rnNFIKTkO'NT Hr.MB u
Dr. King, 3018 N. 31at 8t. Tl. Doug, a.69.
iniKtiis, rubber goods, by mall; cut
price; nd for fre catalogue. Myer.
"iu" ijruf to., umana. (1 641
JOHN CANE Ifl im TOWN
Now I th tim to trim tre, trellis and
rape vines' also landscape gardening,
Tel. Red . Re. 1101 8. 26th Av.
OS) Mn A2
KEALTHT, wholeaome. satin skin twatowed
oy satin sain cresm ana Matin powder.
FOR anything In the sewing machine line
go to r. K. riodman at Co., 1514 Capitol
at. UD MMO Myl$
OMAHA Steam Past Co., manufacturer
pur flour paste. U0 Cuming. Telephon
CITT PROPKRTx I'OR SALB.
Double House, Kountze Place
Each aide t rooms, fult lot south front.
paved street $4.6uO.
W. T. GRAHAM. BEE BLDG.
citt pnorraTT ron salk.
ALL ON FARNAM ST.
rxlS2 Near U. P. head
quarters, with slight Im
provements I 1200
12x132 Near 10th, south side
44x132 Fairly well Improved,
hear 13th St.
12x131 Well Improved, near
22x132 Fairly well improved.
near 13th 6t
Mxl82 Soma Improvement,
near 18th and Farnam
90x133 Corner Itth and Far
33x132 Eat of 20th. on Far
53x132 Comer 20th, on Far
68x132 A little above 3d St
(8x132 Solid ground, east of
24th, north aid of Farn
nam, finely Improved
80x132 Near 2th Bt.i good
cottage or lot-.
Harrison & Morton,
Bee. April 1$ and IS.
(1$) 900 1$
Close in Cottage
12,000 for 1411 Burt Bt., -room
cottage, modern except
furnace; walking distance
business district: easily rent
for $20 per month.
GEORGE i CO.,
1601 rarnam 8t
NEW HOUSE $2,500
Just finishing houae et C rooma bath.
closet, hot and cold water, sewer, gas.
etc., 241T Blondo St.-$2.500.
W. T. GRAHAM, BEE BLTXJ.
. . (19)-M914 It
FOR SALE House, 6 rooms, modern ex
cept furnace, 2W7 cuming ot price,
$2,S00. Easy terma.
JOHN F. FLACK,
City Savings Bank. 16th and Douglaa.
(IS) B$ '
Big Snap for Quick Sale
Lot on 36th and Blondo, east front, T7x
ttA 1750. Also lota fronting north and
aouth on Blends, between $6th and 27th, $16
par front Coot 'jpnon uougiss sso.
THT8 KERR ABSTRACT CO.'S AB-
BTHACis nr '11T1.1LS ara me natest.
Tou ar pretoited ay a $10,000 bond against
lost by error. You don't buy a law suit
whan you buy a "Kerr" abstract. 1611
Harney. Ti. twugiaa st. w-
Two-atory and basement. 60x127, two
tracks, plenty ot ground. Owner want to
F. D. Wead, 1524 Douglas St.
(19) 73$ 16
2448 Mandeson St,
$4,600 Vary attractive 8
room all modern house; first
claas condition throughout;
fin barn, alone worth $400;
good corner lot, 60x128 feet; .
fronta south on paved atreet;
eement walk; beautiful shad
tre; on of th beat loca
tion on th north aide.
Prlc reduced on account of
owner leaving city. It will
pay you to look this up.
1601 Farnam St,
Modern Ilouse, Good Location
t6 Charles St., 9 rooms, every con
venience, splendid condition, paved street
W. T. GRAHAM, BEB BLDG.
MUST BE SOLD
tM Hamilton St., lH-story house of
rooms, large lot. 6u feet frontage on
Hamilton and 60 feet frontage on Charles
St., few step from Harney car line and
almost adjoining liemli Park, only $2,300.
INVESTIGATE THIS AT ONCE MUST
'Phon Douglaa 886. Paxtoa Block.
WEST FARNAM HOME FOR BALE.
All modarn 10-room house and larg a table,
which coat 8J.UU0 to Duua; lot wiun Iaow.
Will Mil fo $t,000; $2,uo0 cash and $1,000
on long tim at t per cent.
walks; fin tree and lawn; houaa ha
hardwood floors and finish; reception hall
or uuarter sawed oak; I grstea nd man
tela; laundry with stationary tubs; closet
in evtry room. 614 S. ZCth Bt. Inquire
of J. M. Macfarland. 108 N. Y. Life Bldg.
(1) MS34 1X
HOUSE CLOSE IN
1406 Burt St., T rooma, modern, except
beat, only $1,860.
W. T. GRAHAM, BEE BLDG.
DEPOSITS In th Neb. L. aj B. Asa's la
tur man mm, i n. j. ure.
(19 MSS4 Ml
IF TOU want to buv or aell city property
xiuarcin m vr 111110, siv i.
FOR BALE OR RENT Nw cottage n
l ake Okobojl, lew, Dickson Beach; cot
tag I all furnished: row boat lao with
cottage. D. i. Hudson, Windsor, Minn.
c"8 Williamson Co. u-
IF TOU wnt to buy or aell a farm writ
or ae liiiarem at wiuiama. Bio Bee.
FOR BALE Two modern houses and lare
barn, one block norm of Hansrom park;
paved street, east front, lot 75x160. East
ern owner win sell al a bargain.
Room 1 N. Y. L. Bldg.
FOR SALE A ten-room house, modem
new furnaoe. 6011 Cuming Bt. Inquire on
breousa. rnou uaraay vu
CITT FtlOPF.RTT ron SALK.
Brick Business Block
For Sale on 16th St.
$40,000 will buy this fine
3-story brick store snd flat
building, splendidly built, and
In repair; gross rental $3.?J0.
Will sell on contract; ' terms
$15.0n0 cash, balance at per
rent on long time. If you be
lieve In the future of Omaha,
here Is your chance to Invest.
GEO ROE A CO..
1801 Farnam St.
FOR BALE Six vacant lots near 44th and
I-eavenworth 8ts. at $1.10 each. Tt-e O. F.
Davis Co., 608 Bee Bldg. (19)-MA7 19
The First Man Here
Can buy south front lot on Taylor 8t.,
between 25th and 36th, for 3335.
Vf. T. GRAHAM. BEE BLDG.
HOU8ES FOR SALE Also fine lots In No.
part of city; prices right; easy terms.
Call Doug. 6639 or Doug. 3709. Ofllce, 3320 N.
34th. O. M. UNDERHILL ft CO.
FARM A!D RA.VCH LANDS COR ,VI N
IF you want reliable Information about the
best wheat lands in western canaaa,
send 15 cents for our beautiful new plui
tORraphlc souvenir entitled, "The Lake
and the Land of the Last Mountain Val
lev," which Is not only a work of art
but a book of authentic information.
With this souvenir we also send the
Twentieth Century Atlas of Canada.
Wm. Pearson A Co., Ltd., 828 Northern
Bank Bldg., Winnipeg, Canada. (20j
ONE section of good land 24 miles of Den
ver, three miles from Harr Lake station,
at $S per acre cash; this Is a snap and
would be cheap at $10. Address Chaa.
Koran, 1209 Farnam Bt, Omaha.
HOME8EF.KER8! B careful. Looat
right. Investigate our famous arteslsn
valley. Sure crops, matchless climate.
Let ua writ you. Millar as James. Meade,
Kan. (20-636 A18
Two sections of fine land, 7 miles from
North Platte, Lincoln county, Nebraska,
$6 PER ACRE
Right In ths heart of a thrifty growing
neighborhood; soil a sandy loam, running
water from spring, land all fenced with
good wire fence. There Is plenty of farm
land on each section, a large portion being
EXCELLENT FOR ALFALFA. Tula la
the best bargain we have yet been able to
oner anu win pro to me nrai rrmn who sees
It. For full particulars, address
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
WRITE Townsend Realty Co., Modale,
Ia. Farms and lands for sale or trade
for dear town property or merchandise.
IMPROVED fsrms In eastern Nebraska;
Sarpy and Douglas counties. B. 'J. Over
ton. Gretna. Neb. (20) M878
FOR BALEJ Western Nebraska land. Bend
for list. Kimball Land Co., Kimball,
Neb. " (201-M638 21 x
' KIMBALL COUNTY, NEBRASKA.
Four quarter sections In Kimball county;
good, fertile soil; 88 00; half cash. In
vestigate these farms.
THE STEWART-LEAVENWORTH CO.,
619 N. Y. Life Bidg., Omaha, Neh.
(20) M241 19
TEXAS AND NEW MEXICO LAND.
Have some rare bargains In Texas end
Maw Mexico iana, ia to 87.50 an acre.
Go and see for yourself; low railroad
rate. For particulars address,
ROBERT C DRUE8EDOW,
109 New York Lit Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Far aod Rh Lasid.
FOR RENT 4-acr tract of land In Ben
son (without house), suitable for garden
ing or raising potatoes. Will rent till
January 1. laoS, tor $2 If taken Immedi
ately. Address K 128, car Bee.
(20i 46$ x
FARM FOR RENT.
170-acr farm, near Omaha, for rent, $5 per
acre, very ricn. nign class corn land;
good house; some alfalfa. W. L. Selby,
440 Board ot Trade, fliona Douglaa 1M0.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and resi
lience property in omana; lowest rates;
no delay. Thomas Brennan, Room 1. N.
Y. Life. (22) 64$
LOWEST RATES Bsmla, Paxton Block.
MONEY TO LOAN Payn Investment Co.
UNION LOAN A INVEST. CO. I 810 Be
Loans on Real Estate. Bldg.
at 4'i and per cent. 'Phon Doug 29o4.
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Tfead, 1620 Doug.
WANTED City loan and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith 4. Co., 1320 Farnam St.
$600 TO $60,000 TO LOAN at lowest rtes; no
delay. OAKV1N BROS., 1604 FAKNAM.
BUILDING loan on residence property; I
per cent. W. B. Meikle, Ramg Blk.
LOWEST RATES Bamla, Paxton Block.
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H.
Thomas, 60s First National Bank Bldg.
LOANS on Improved Omaha property.
O'KEEFE R. E. CO., 1001 N. Y. Life Bldg.
WANTED City loan. R. C. Peter & Co.
WANTED TO BUY
CASH paid for old book Crane-Foy Co.,
$11 8. 14th. Phon Douglas 1321.
WANTED To buy, econd-hnd furnltur.
cook and heating stove, carpet. Unol
urn, office furnltur, old clothes aed
hoes, piano, feathers, bed pillows, quilt
nd all kind of tool: or will buy th fur
niture of your house eomnlet. Will buy
antlqu or mahogany furniture. Th high
est prices paid. Call th right man. Tel
Doug. 1V7L (26)-0 All
MODERN T to t-room house; lot not
smaller than 40-ft. front. Address M-W,
be. (23)-$16 16
BOSTON TERRIER or English brlndla bull
pup; must be well marked, ugly and
Cheap. Address N 96, Be. (2 017 lx
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Thre unfurnished rooms, do
In. Give particulars. Address C 102, Bee.
(21) 173 17x
WANTED By young ldy employed during
day. home with Catholic family. Addrea
K 104, car Be .Ar-MltH ltix
PAT WOMEN furnished free of cbsre.
Telephone Douglas nil ir7tB9
TOUNQ MAN. advertising student Inter
national Correspondence schools, wants a
situation as clerk and advertisement
writer: rmall t2.la.rr.
Lock H.-t t.'.l. Pjs
EXPERIENCED stenoprapher. Address
D, be Ofllce, Council Ulufls. la.
FOR house repalrln. carpenter work and
jobbing. Tel. Douglas 3.i tJ7) MT34 17x
PROPOSALS FOR MVS STOCK DE
partment of the Interior, Office of Indian
Ahalrs. Washington. I. C, March 27. laui.
Sealed proposals, plainly marked on the
outside of the sealed envelope, "Proposals
for Live Stork," and addressed to the
Commissioner of Indians Affairs,, Washing
ton. 1). t ., will tie received at the IndUtt
Ofllce until 2 o'clock i. m. of April 28, 1907.
for furnishing and delivering atx.ut 2h..t.vi
hilfers, K.U bulla, 972 mares and Di2 milch
cows, and 4 stallions, for Issue to Indians
of different reservations, as per schedules,
detailed specifications, conditions to be ob
served by bldJers, etc, which will be fur
nished on application to the Indian Ofllce,
Washington. D. C: the V. 8. Indian ware
house at New York City. Chicago, 111.;
Omaha. Neb.; St. l.ouls. Mo., ami San
rranclsco. Cal.; the I'-. fV Indian axents at
landing Rock agency, Fort Yates, N. D. ;
Pine Ridge agency, Lower lirnle. agency,
Lon er Brule, 8 D. ; Orw Creek agency,
Crow Creek, S. D. ; Rosefiud agency, Rose
bud. 8. D.; Cheyenne River agency. Chey
enns agency. 8. !., and the superintendents
of the Pantee agency, Santee, Neb., and
Fort Peck cency. Poplar, Mont. Bids
upon the blanks furnished are not abso.
lutrly essential: they may he mads In any
other form, provided the conditions are ob
served. For further Information apply to
F. E. LEUPP. Commissioner.
PROPOSALS FOR CAVALRY, ARTIL
LERY. DRAFT AND RIDINO HORSES
AND DRAFT AND PACK MULES. -Chief
Qi-artermaster's Office, Omaha. Nebiaska.
April 15, 1907. Sealed proposals. In tripli
cate, will be received at this omce, until
11 o'clock a. m., central standard tiuie,
May 14, 1007, and then opened, In the. pres
ence of attending bidders, for seven hun
died and twenty-five (725) cavalrv horses,
two hundred and thirty-nine (239) artil
lery horses; elght(8) draft horses; six (61 rid
ing horses; two hundred and eighty-one
2H1) draft mules, wheel; two hundred
and twenty-eight (228) draft mules, lead,
ten (10) pack mules for machine gun
platoons; two '2) en, mules, and four (4)
fack mules for Q. M. department, for de
Ivery at Omaha, Neb., or other proml
nnt railroad points. All of tha draft
mules are required for 4-mule teams. Tha
animals to conform to specifications for
csvalry, artillery and riding horses and
mules. United States reserves right to
accept or relect any or all proposals or
any part thereof. Particulars and blanks
for proposals will be furnished on appll
cation. Envelopes containing proposals to
be Indorsed "Proposals for Horses or
Mules," and addressed to Major Phomua
Cruse, Chief Quartermaster;
PROPOSALS FOR BEEF, CORN, ORO
certes, etc Department of the Interior,
Ofllce of Indian Affairs, Wsshington, D. C,
March 8, 1907. Sealed proposals, plainly
marked on the outside of the envelope,
"Proposals for Beef, Corn," etc., as the
case may be, and address to the "Commis
sioner of Indian Affalis, Washington. D.
c.." will be received at the Indian office
until 2 o'clock p. m. of Tuesday. April 23,
197. and then opened, for furnish;ng the
. Indian service with rolled bailev, beef,
mutton, corn, salt, coffee, sugar, tea, soap,
j baking powder and other groceries. Bids
must b made out on governmert blanks.
?w!j!f" Blv.',nall n-'ry information
for .bidders wlllbe furnished on application
to the Indian offlca. Washington, D. C; the
u. b. inaian warehouses at isew rorx
City, Chicago, III.; St. Louis. Mo.; Omaha.
Neb., and San Francisco. Cal.; the Commis
sary of Subsistence. U. 8. A., at Cheyenne,
Wyo.; the Quartermaster, U. 8. A., Seattle,
Wash., and the postmasters st Tucson,
Portland, Spokane and Tncoma. The De
partment reserves the right to reject any
and all bids or any part of any bid. F. K.
Leupp, Commissioner. Al-dl8t
CHIEF QUARTERmXstER'S OFFICE
Omaha, Nebraska, April 15, 1907. Sealed
proposals, in trlpl.cate, will be received
here and by Quartermasters at the posts
named herein, until 10 a. m., central stand
ard time, May 15, 1907, for furnishing oats,
bran, hay and straw during the fiscal year
ending June 30, 1908, at Omaha Q. M. Depot,
Forts Crook, Omaha and Robinson, Ne
braska: Fort Ievenworth nrd Rlloy,
Kansas: Forts D. A. Russell and Mackenzie,
Wyoming; Fort Des Moines, Iowa, and
Fort Meade, South Dakota. Proposals for
delivery at other places will be entertained.
United States reserves ritht to reject or
accept any or all proposals or any part
thereof. Information furnished on appli
cation here, or to Quartermasters at the
station named. Envelopes containing pro
posals should be marked "Propi en Is for
Foraue." and addressed to Major THOMAS
CRUSE, C. Q. M. A15-K1-17-18-M1S-14
Office, Fort Crook, Nebraska. April f.th,
1907. Sealed proposals. In triplicate, sub
ject to the usual conditions, will be received
here until 10 o'clock a. m., central standard
time, April 16th, 19W. for furnishing and
?uttln In new screen doors and windows in
our (4) new additions to Barrack Building
No. 40, Fort Crook. Nebraska. Full In
formation will be furnished and specifica
tions msy be seen at the office of the Con
structing Quartermaster. Fort Crook. Ne
braska. Proposals to be marked "Proposals
for screens." and addressed to CAPTAIN
R. R. 6TOG8DALL. Quartermaster 30th In
fantry, Constructing Quartermaster.
Office hours, 8:00 to W a. m., 12:00 to 2:34
p. m. Telephone Harney 639.
OMAHA VETERINARY HOSPITAL
2M10 Maaon Street, Omaha, Neh.
H. L. Ramacclotti, D. V. 8., Deputy State
and City Veterinarian. Food Inspector,
Chief Surgeon. D. C. Bcott, D. V. 8., Hos
RAILWAY TIME CARD
IKIO.M STATION TESTIi AND MARCY
Overland Limited a 9.56 am a 8:18 pm
The China and Japan
Fast Mall a 418 pm a 8:10 pm
Colo. & Calif. Ex a 416 pm a 9:80 pm
California A Ore. Ex. ..a 4:26 pm a 5:10 pm
Los Angeles Limited.... al2:06 pin alO:45 pm
Fast Mall a 1:55 am a 6:00 pm
Colorado Special a 7:46 am a 7:44 am
North Platte Local u 8:10 am a 4:50 pm
Beatrice Local b 8:00 pm bl2:45 pm
Chicago Great Western.
St. Paul ft Minneapolis.. 8:80 pm 7:10 am
Bt. Paul Minneapolis.. 7:45 am 11:50 pm
Chicago Limited t'40 pm 9:00 am
Chicago Express 7:45 sm 11:60 pm
Chicago Express 8:30 pm 8:80 pm
Chteaao, Rack. Island A Paoln.
Chicago Limltea a 8:15 am a 7:10 am
Iowa Local a 7:00 am a 4:30 pm
Chicago Mall a 8:45 pm
Iowa Local bI2:iK pra b 9:55 piu
Chicago (Eastern Ex)., .a 6:"5 pm a 1:35 pm
Chicago (low Lmtd ) a 6:35 pm al2:25 pm
Rocky Mountain Lmtd.. a 7 20 am a 1:05 am
Colo. &. Cal. Express. ..a 160 pm a 4 50 pm
Okl. & Texas Expres..a 4:40 pm a 12:06 pm
Lincoln, Falrbury snd
Bellevue a 1:60 pm al0;10 am
Ft. I-ouls Express a 6 SO pm a 8:30 am
Bt. Louis Local (from
Council Bluffs) a 6:15 am al0:J0 pn
Btnnberry Loral (from
Council Bluffs) b $:00 pm bll:S0 am
Chicago A Northwestern
Cedar Rapids Pas a 7:06 am a 1:06 pm
Twin City Express a 7:M am alO oO pm
Chicago Daylight 8:00 am all :15 pm
Chicago Local all :80 am a 3:46 pm
Sioux City Local a I 5o pm a 9 36 am
Carroll Local a 4:32 pm a 9 60 am
Bloux Clt Local a 1 45 pm
Chicago Exprasa a 6 50 pm a 7:30 am
a 2 00 nm
Twin City IJmlted
Dead wood-1 Jncoln
...a 8 23 pm a 8 30 am
...a 8 :'-'' pm a 7:06 am
...a 8:38 pm a 9 31 am
...a 7:40 am alO 35 am
...b 7:44 n m alO 35 am
...a 1 00 pm a 6 06 pm
...a 1:0 pm a 6 (Y pin
...bl uopm b 6 05 pm
...b 6.02 pm bl2.60 pm
K. C. at St. L. Fxpreea. 1:00 m a 6:80 am
K. C. bt. L. Express. all 15 pm a 6:26 pm
2:0u pm all ) am
Des Moinas Local
Chicago Express ....
Minn. bt. Paul Ex.
Minn. t bl. Paul Ltd
a 4 i pm
..a 100 am a 141 pm
..b 8:iu ara a 616 pm
..a oo pm a 7:10 am
. 8 lo pm a 7 io am
t hlcaa-o, Milwaukee A Mi. fan I
Chi. and O lo. Special, .a 7:65 am a 7:10 am
California and Or. Ex. 6:46 pm a 1:10 pin
Overland Limited a .3a pin a t.M am
De Muinss 4t Cedar
Rapid Local ,4) l.tf am bllMpg
ARBITER OF BARGAIN SALES
Coloaal W'th Calls th Tarn en Jim Crow
UNCLE SAM HAS THE ONLY TRUE SYSTEM
Loral Weather Forecaster Make X
Claims a rredlrtla; What
the t'nmlnsr ammer
"The weather outlook, for the coming;
summer?" a.ld Forecaster Welsh In his
office Monday In reply to a question. "Th
temperature during the coming summer
will be higher than during the winter Just
closing. We will have warm weather In
July and August. There will be rain at
various times. Thunder will be heard and
lightning seen. I may even venture th as
sertion that there will be some cold day
Colonel Welsh, havln made this sibyl
line utterance, smiled benignly upon th
Interviewer and continued:
"Seriously speaking, long range fore
casts are not in my line. In fact, none of
them Is reliable In the least. There aro
several men In the United States who make
a good living out of gullible people who
swallow the dope prepared for them In th
shape of forecasts for a year ahead.
'HowMs It done? It Is done with th
statistic of the weather bureau and th
aid of a Jim Crow astronomer. The Ions;
range boy finds the planets to be In tha
same position this ysar as they were a
number of years ago. Ho merely reprint
th weather condition for that former
year and makes them his forecast for the
present year. Under this system one cart
as well make a 'forecast' 1,000 years ahead.
Only True System.
"Now, the government system Is th
only true system, Thb people who know
about things rely upon me and my fore
casts. I strike It right about nine times
out of ten. The weather is a very fickle
thing and it may depart from al) rulea at
tho last moment and then the people, tha
Ignorant people, give me the laugh. Why,
here recently when I predicted rain or
snow and we had that hot weather I never
heard the last of It. My prediction was all
right, but nature made a peculiar divaga
tion from Ita usual course and the people
laughed at me.v They should have laughed
"I tell you there's no class of people think
they know so much about the weather a
those who know nothing of It. Why,
there are thousands of people who think I
come down here In the morning, look at
the thermometer and barometer, open the
window and sniff at the air and them mak
a guess. But it's nothing of the kind. It's
all a system, and once the map la mad
out anyone can make the forecast.
"A large number of bulness houses of
Omaha rely on dally predictions. The big
gest houses here call up every day to
lea'n what the outlook Is. They know It
dollar In their pockets. I am the arbiter
1 even of bargain sales. Often a store will
up t0 know th, prospect for weather,
" t .... .... .L .w,i. . ki.
11 l pnj . ' ' . . . ..... ., v.v
sale; If I say rain. It ia all off. This busi
ness Is a science and no Joke."
Breaker of Records.
The records of Colonel Welsh's office ahow
that the year 1907 has so far broken sev
eral lecords. For example, March broka
the record for high temperatures, when on
the 25th the mercury regiatered 91 degrees.
March showed an extremely small rainfall,
the smallest In thirty-six years. It wa
only .29 Inch. The avernge for th month
Is 1.38 Inchea.
The temperature for January and Feb
ruary was higher than the average, whlla
the average dally temperature for the firt
fourteen days of April - Is three degree
lower than usual.
The rainfall for the first three months of
the year Bhows a deficiency of a little
more than half an Inch. But, Colonel
Welsh points out, It 1 the time of rainfall
rather than the amount that counts in
reckoning the condition of the ground for
crop. If three Inches of ra'n falls In March,
on frozen ground snd runs off, not as much
good Is doners If a half Inch falls In May,
when It can sink Into th soil.
Matador Mangled by Roll.
EL PASO, Tex.. April 14. In the bull
fight at Guarez tonight, El Cuaco, one of
the matadors, was badly mangled and prob
ably fatally Injured by the last bull which
he was attempting to kill, and five horses
were killed by the hulls, the picadors all
being more or less Injured. More than 6,000
persons witnessed the fight and many wo
men fainted when tha matador waa torn
by the bull.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
CON TIKI ED
BURLINGTON STATION tOTH MA90H
Denver A California.... 4 10 pm a 8:30 pm
Black Hills ..
a 4:10 pm a 1 30 pm
Nebraska Local ...
Lincoln Fast Mall
...a 4:10 pm a l:3u pm
,..all:10 pin a 7:10 ant
...a 9:10 am a 7:46 pm
...a 8:00 am a 7:46 pin
a 9:06 am
...b 2:00 pm al2:01 pm
a 7:10 Dm
Ft. Crook A Plattam'th.b 2:60 pm bl0:28 am
Plattamouth a 7:50 p:n a 8:10 am
Denver Limited a 7:10 am
Bellevue A t'ac. junc. .a 1:9) am a i:tx pm
a 7:26 am a 7:26 am
a 1:45 pm a 1:53 nm
Chicago Express ....
Ft. Louis Express..
Vsnsua 'ltv-St. Joe
.a 8:5 pm a 7:25 pm
.a 9:15 am a10:53 pm
.a 4:46 pm all:80 am
aili:4b prn a 6:46 am
Kansas Cltv-8t. Joe a 9:15 am
Kansas city-Bi. joe n:pm
WEBSTER STATION-15th WEBSTER
Paul, Minneapolis ' A
Twin City Passenger.. .b 6:30 am b 9:10 pm
Ploux City Passenger... 1:00 pm all:20 am
Emerson Local b 6:46 pm b 9:10 am
Emerson Local c 8:46 am e 8:60 pm
Local via Weeping
Water a 8:06 am a 6:50 pm
Falls City Local a 1:60 pm all:20 pm
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, d Dally
except Raturdny. c Sunday only, a Dally
nnn, china, philippiI.es,
HONOLULU and AUSTRALIA
by the Uoyal Mall Kraiuar of lb
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Tti ftuiiHit lftiijr to th Oritnt- Rooril pmtmf
i'l tti r iur4M of CMn," 10 dui S Luursv Uita
Vfcnctrtsvrr iil YoknhftOiiv 1 h Trni. "Athu.
ln ' ui ' ) oiit4f refill an iuttioiiajliy ckeavp
trip, cam Inn oiiACsauM uf OeYbia $ imaiurt only t U
4IHnr from VincovTM ftA Ynkormm, Kob.
TeUiAF Mjr t KmprvM ok India Jon It
tmpreM of China Umy U Mont. Jun tl
Attunian Jun I KoiprMs ot J-vbn July ft
from T-vaoouvr to Honoioltt lu Bjlmj,
Mona April xAorng. iuo tl
M tow era Htf Mlutm July 1$
tar rstri. 1ufnrmnon and JUrtur ppf to
v O. IA1W, Otn'l Aft., 3343 Chtxxk BU,
c tact go.
ALLAM LINE CCEAN STEAMSHIPS
LJVSkPOOU CUA8iOW, LONDON. HAVRt
N a(4iiDra Vlt ToHIAN aoA VlltGIS 1AM
trlpl-cr-w lurMnr tii&a( ao4 TUNISIAN, COtU
Sl AN and IONIAN, tin-Bcrwa Ramtir, oyf
alititfta r V-aif from UOMhIAU uMlng 4o
itia ttTturx4U fcil. Lawrvoc Klvvr or dlifttL
AccoBoiadauoua unaurpaaaed. Kataa: Saloon u
aad upward: ond caiu 40.0o aod upward. Ob
ciaaa at)l Btaame-ra. (0.W nr upward.
A1XAN COMPANY. IH Jtwkaoa boul.. CbiM
$27oYtjj "oaT EUROPE
All nacwaaarr spa Inrludad ; araonal awavri,
aict-llMOl aarvU Otbr toura prlcad $iH) to 150.
I rxiuiit dapartur during May, Jum ftd July
North Capa-Kuaaia Tour, Jus tv.
ritAMt C. CLARK, 4 BrtUwtv, M Y
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