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&W OMA11A DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, AVlUh IS. 1907.
OFFERED FOR RENT
AfMlniMta aat Flat.
4-ROGM. strictly modern aimrtmenf ; p-1-vat
porcrlaln ha I hu open nlckle plumb-
Iral, on (frond fl'.cr ol owner's reeldenc.
on north .i fainiiy oi two. i-rire,
V Address IrSti, l.e. lb S0 28.
FOR RENT-Three-room modern fist, Mil
Itouslas, ground floor; rent reasonble.
. Olob Land 4c Investment Co.. Patterson
block (lil Mi3
Faralahad Iloa aad Flat
lO-ROOM fiim letted (Int. over saloon, for
rent or sale- In fine location. Council
Bluffs, Ia,' Address 8 Hi, rare Bee.
(15 M.Kil 21
It ev an Ins Hhm far Rule
.If" YOU want to Mil quick se Hllrlmth
William. 610 Be. (15) M128 30
, . . Hoaee and Cattase.
WIS DO expert piano moving nt lowest
trice. Tel. Douglaa K2S. Fchmoller &
luallar Piano Co., 1311-J31I Farnam.
- - U6 613
WB MOVE PIANO& Magg.rd ViTn and'
Rtorae Co.. Tal. Doug. umi. Offlc, 1713
, w abater . (1) 618
Hnf?P In all parte of th city. The
.www u. Jf. Davis Co., Be Bid
CM Ail A Van & Storage Co., pack, movs,
tor, It. II. roods; storehouse 110-24 N.
' llh. Office, lall Farnam. Tel. Doug. 1569.
C- !.tei., 4 Co., Bee Bid.
BEE ua when shipping household goods to
large cine warn; we can eava yuu money.
JiXpREdBMEN DELIVERY CO., 214 N.
iCa feu let. Doug. 1195. (16) 522
.... jj r iu. i a .
r-room modrn house, new furnace, north
C. M. BACHMANN,
. . 436 Paxton Block. . .
FOR RENT 816 Worthlngton Plac. nlca
Jo-room house, very deal ra rile neighbor
hood, thoroughly moderns $60.00 a month
. Will (lv lease. Apply to Conrad Young,
1618 Dooae. iu mix
HOUSES. lwrurnoe..Rlnt;walt. Barker Blk.
102 NORTH 3d, new brick, $45.
l-ROOM modern house, ex. furnace. 2412
Spalding Bt. Chrla Boyer, 22d and Cum
In fit. (15) M828
LIST your houaea for rent with Hlldreth
William. 610 See. (16) MIX 20
FOR RHiV 7-room houae, 211 N. 25th Ave.;
modern e-xeept furnace; In new complete
repair rent mooeraio. Apply at VJI IN
i 'Uih Bt or 908 N. Y. Ufa Bldg.
,i . (15) M150
kROOM all modern house; references re-
ajuirea. iuu ttpencer Bt. (tt M234 Zix
ROOMS S115 Burt St.
. t-ROOM brick, modern. 1820 Maple St.
06) 218 Dx
(222 N. 19tb ft., 8 rooms, modern, S2S.
cnarics Dauncara, gu o. inn t.
T rooms, 6110 N. 2Rth. $17.
4 rooms. 1M1 N. 24th, t)4.
I rooms on Burt St., $12.
' 7 rooms. In Benaon. rarden, US.
rURRELii A CO, 17TH AND FARNAM.
, . Ul milt IS
TUTNT After Mir 1. modern colonial
, residence opposite i Lac acorn park, ?0.
rnona uougiaa oa. k.usi
. Bolldlnars. (
FOR 'RENT Oermanla Hall or Bijou
?. , TheAter building. 1111 to 1S1 Harney;
. store v offices and theater; on long lease.
, N. r. DDUga Co.. in Farnam.
. . ' (1E MI34
,. DNE large offlca room, ground floor,
.. ward Crelahton Institute Bid.. 210 S
Et.. oDDoalte city hall. Inaulre budding.
. . 7 , ' (15)-i5
' ROOM- 4; Continental' block, and large- re
. ceptlon room; very suitable for dentist's
k . r, doctor's office;, tower windows-,-Robt.
fl . If Bennett, Agent,. Rood), It Continental
' ' ink? ' - os-aaso
v FOR RKMT Desk room in Bee office, city
halt building, 417 N. 2th . St., South
. Omaha. Apply to manager. (15) 134
' , I ' T-- BTORES FOR RENT.
.718 p. 13th St. 22x 44. 2 floors and
inent, $30 00.
; 130 a 13?b St., 11x44, 1st floor and
724 B. 13th St., 22x44. 1st floor and
TliB BYRON REED CO.,
Phona Doug. 27. 212 8. 14th St.
, (16) M847 22
fOR-RENT The best located corner store
' In Omaha; Farnam and 14th Bts., Board
of Trade Bldg. See P. H. Phllbln, Pchlltt
Hotel. (15) M268
HfREE splendid modern rooms on ground
floor; rent, reasonable. 1822 Farnam St.
" m S. 27th Bt., J9.00 per month.
t Farnam St., $12.00 per month.
' tM Farnam St., $20.00 per month..
N, P. DODGE CO., 1714 FARNAM ST.
, i , J
JTN EQUALLED chance for drugglat In
block with grocery and meat market; cen
tral, with flxturea; rent moderate: best ol
chance for good man in best neighbor
hood. Laundry rooms, with 75-horse power boiler
to run same. Apply 220 N. 23d St.
.... , . . ...... .tf (15)-M780
. , Pax ton Blk.
1103 N. 18th,
FOR RENT In Brush. Colo., new brick
store building 60xK feet, full sired base
, ment. plat glaaa front, electric light, all
modern, will be completed about May J.
. For parllculare call on or write to E. L,
' Morrii , Bruah, Colo., or Lincoln Iind
.. Co, Lincoln, Neb. (15) M917 21
OFFERED FOR SALE
'ANCHOR and Iron fencing; wtr fencing
.6c per foot. 3U6 N. 17th St. Tel. Red H.
' ; ;' Farnltar.
O-IIAND furniture bought and sold; busi
ness on the siiuar. Rosenberg Co. .formerly
, WUU Chicago Fnrn. Co. U3 S. 14(h. It. &S5.
(1) M84J Myl2
Ptaaoa, Ornia, Maalcal laatramem.
THE smallest piano In the west at tha
('hicao Furniture We also hav the
kurhest grade otnd-hand furniture at
S'.ihII prlcaa. 1413 iAxlge St. Tel. DoJlaa
x7 (16) M781 AM
ta slightly used uprltht plnnos and used
organ. The greatest values ever of
; t fered. Maoy of thcae Instruments would
. pass for nsw, and they are without ex
ception moat superior to the ord'nary
nad piano. Terms. 83. $4 or $5 monthly.
Kimball, rotewoad casa $ 76
Arton, eotlag upright tv
i'filckering. rosewood case l;5
Singer, mahogany cuae M
iipera piano, oaa citxe 175
Vom Bon, cabinet grand w
Steger at Baa. uaea t'J
1400 samtue piano q
A00 Emerwon, usea months rr&
Souar plono and organs, all makes $15,
t-i and up.
)00 pew lna for rent 81 and up. Expert
tuning and repairing on short notice. Wi
'! move and store piano. Tel. Doug.
Sciimoller & Mueller Piano Co..
' -' 1811 and 1313 ramam 8L
FOR BEST values poaalbl In high grad.
pianos, h'gh grude tuning and rt-palrnis
liush i Gerts Piano Co., 6u9 W. O W
UlUg. Tl. Doug. MI4. tl6)-Mrn A
K)tt SAI.t-Good E.naraon uj.rlsht plain,
at a aacrinca. Apply tij Hamilton.
II AND Ho.isre, 10; 50 cents weekly. pr
Ould Plaut Co., loll Dainaia at.
OFFERED FOR SALE
ON'H Remrnrton typewriter. No. . In good
romiiuon, for sale eheap. call at nee
offlce. (1 CJJ :
Butchers' refrigerators on hand. 11" Poug.
(1S M1W Mil .
A FEW Ice boxes for sale at your own
price. 107 No. Ulh St. (It;) MKJ M12
FtAV baraains Ir, id-liand soda fountains;
monthly payments. Derlght. lils Farnam.
MY RECITE for cleaning wall paper costs
tc per room to cleun puper. Pend one
dollar for reclre. Addreas V. W. Price,
Plattsinouth, Neb. 1J M6 MSx
BEND us your mall orders for drugs;
freight paid on 110 lots. Myers-Dillon
Drug Co., Omaha. (1616.13
A W NtNGS; they're not expensive. Call
Doug V. nnd our representative will call.
Omaha Tent and awning Co. (16l MS04
HALL'S aates, new, 2d-hand. 1818 Farnam.
Made of Iron, about 2 feet high and S feet
long, having a width of 6 to 12 Inches;
has a plate elaaa front with reflector In
rear; would make a handsome ornament
for window display or In the home. Call
at business office of The Bee and ask to
e It. (16) 335
FOR SALE All the leading periodicals
- published. Foreign publication a spe
cialty. Birthday, wedding and souvenir
post cards. Subscriptions received (or .all
periodicals published. Mall orders will
receive prompt attention.
8CHULTZK A BLATTERT,
Newsdealers and Stationers, 111 8. 16th St.
(16) MJ m6
FOR SALE Two National cash registers.
one total adder; also nice Una of store
fixture. Olobe Iand and Investment Co.,
Patters jn Block. (18) 634
SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO. best mixed
paint. Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
GAS AND ELECTRIC
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
We furnish estimates. If you are going
to build, write for catalogue.
$18 S. 16th.
'Phone Doug. 61.
FOR SALE Collection of fine old violins,
Including i sixes Viola and 'cello. Violin
Btudlo, 10 Wlthnell Building.
(16) M782 A20
GARDEN and field seeds, fruit packages,
bej keepers' supplies. Younkerman Seed
Co., Council Bluffs, la. (lti) 288
A CLEAN $6,000 stock of general merchan
diss at KS cents on the dollar; fine loca
tion; will bear closest Inspection. Owner
moving away. Address, Y 76, Bee.
COAL Good burning; 2 baskets 35c; for $1,
delivered. Rosenblatt, 'l'rione Doug. 412.
SLOT machine, all kinds; also silver plat
tng and picture machines. Jarl, 712 S. 16th.
(IB) M2 AM
SNAP Rldpatha History of the WorlO,
Encyclopaedia Brltannlca, International
Encyclopaedia: small monthly payments.
Webster's Unabridged $10 Dictionary, full
lesther, only $3.25. B. B. Roberts, 641
Paxton Bldg., Omaha. (16) M814 A30
TREES, shrubs, ' roses. Hazel Dell Nur
ery, 24th and Plnkney. Tel. Web. 2360.
(18) 111 Jl
MILLET SEED. A. W. Wagner. 801 N. 16th.
CHOICE CURRANT PLANTS for sale. B.
C. Smith. 3108 Corby St. (16) 100 Mix
FOR 8ALE Cyphees Incubators, Lee
brooders, Humphrey bone cutters. Stand
ard Poultry Co.. 3218 N. 26th St. 'Phone
Red 6028. - (16) M153 20x
NATIONAL cash register, total adder, with
- ticket attachment, cheap.. $08 N. 1th.
- . . 06V-223 21x
TO BUY or sell any business or property
oall on Ganstad. 403 Bee Bldg. (18) M161
WE HAVE on hand a large . amount of
Store fixture, consisting o( cases, shelv
ing, coffee mills, cash registers, etc., that
will go at a sacrifice. Globe Land & In
vestment Co., l and 3 Patterson uiock.
GLAPS store' window casings. 1401 Doug
las St. (16) L'63 r-'x
SIX-HOLE, steel kitchen rangy; 3-ot.. Ice
cream frerser; nn violin. 2416 Daven
port. (16)-270 22x
Besley Letter Cabinet
Made of walnut and having two Indexed
filing caaes; an ornamental and useful of
fice fixture; at a bargain. Sue Wright, at
The Bee business olflce. (16) 333
BUTCHER'S meat block; good condition.
Cheap. 308 N. 16th St. (16) 339 23x
HOME-MADE GRAPE WINE, 10 YEAR8
OLD. $1 PER GALLON. CACKLEY
BROS., OPPOSITE P. O.
(16)-341 July 16
FOR SALE Beautiful new set of quartered
oak flxtufes, complete, for confectionery
More; reasonable terms. For full partic
ulars write National Wood Works, Sioux
City, la. (16)-M377 18
GOOD White sewing machine, and small
heating stove, cheap. 142 No. 31st Ave., In
rear. (16) M380 30
What will you give for a second-hand letter
press. In good condition? Call at business
office of Bee. (16) 334
D. O. BAR NELL, patent attorney and ma
china designer. 1'axum Blk. Tel. Red
7U7. Ui) TM My 10
LARSON A CO. Book free. Be Bldg.
I OWN three patents and can't work one
slate pioperly, will exchange one or more
lairs for good property or stock. Chance
for big safe business to g"od man with
aniall capital. L. B. 335, Elmwood, 111.
(17) M5 x
CITY STEAM LAUNDRY Shirts pressed,
not Ironed. 11 6. Ulh St. Tel. Doutf. Zbi.
OMAHA Stammerer Institute. Ram
Bldg. I 08)-i
THE SALVATION ARMY Solicits castoft
ciothir.g; In fact, anything you do not
nerd; w collect, repair and ll, at 114 N.
lilli St., for cost of collecting, to ths
worthy poor. Call 'Phpn Doug. 4136 and
wagon will call. (1S 511
f-':VlNU machine lented, any make. 75c
per week or $.00 per month. (Second
hand machinta for sale, $5.uu and up.
Nebraska Cycle Co., Ulh and Huiney.
YOUNG MAN, learning to dance, desires
services of lady (good duncert on or two
evening a week; elate terms. AdJrvw
A 117, care Bee. (Is) MU lSx
Dyeing and cleaning, sponging and shrink
.rig. inly pt.r id. t.-ud for prlc l.st
UuU'MAN PLEATING CO.
.0 Douglas Block. Tt Douxlas l3a
M ASS AG E wrod way lW1-, S'
tfroauway, Km. .'.3, Co. Blui.t
M USk-MlLU US
MAG NETI C sIuTuYiJ Nndr
PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOMkV-Mrsl
Ir. King. i fi. 21t bL Tel. Doug. ..
-'ItIN',K8, rut.ber goods, by mall; cut
prices; send for fre catalogue. Mye:
!'il.on Drug Co. Omaha. (U 641
JOHN CANE 18 IN TOwTTI
i-w Is trie trtne to trim trees, trellises an I
rape vina; alo WnUKisne gaidenin
1nL Red Rca, UU1 b t'-ih Ave
Don't ForJet Thai You Can Telephone
your want ads direct to The Dee. Douglas 238, and pay
for the advertisement when you call for the answers.
FOR anything In the sewing machine line
go to P. E. Fledman A Co., IT. 14 Capitol
Ave. ' (18 MM0 My 13
PAINFUL burns, any a ore or skin hurt
quickly healed by Satin skin cream. 25c.
PENNELL Millinery Co., $3 N. 16th St
(1H 678 Jun 28
CITY PROPERTY FOR I ALE.
TO BUY LOTS IN
AT THE SAME
On account of the cold weather the past
10 days we have decided not to advance the
price of lots In Kountxe Place until MAY 1.
This will give you another opportunity to
select your lot In this beautiful addition
before the advance. a
For ati Investment
or a Home
You cannot buy a lot anywhere In the
city at anywhere near as low price, con
sidering the distance out, car service and
class of surroundings, than you can buy In
On Locust St., between 16th and Ut
south fronts .$ 950
On Blnney St, between 16th and 24th,
only two left, at LOGO
On Wirt St, between 16th and 24th,
only two left, at 1,050
On Spencer St., between 16th and 24th,
north fronts 960
On Lothrop St., between 18th and 24th,
north fronts, $750; south fronts 850
On Emmet St., between 16th and 24th,
8800 to 900
On Plnkney St., between 16th and 24th,
$660 to 750
Corner lota a trifle higher.
Don t put of! making your selection. If
you haven't the cash we will make terms
of one-fourth oash and the balance In one,
two and three years. Call for a plat and
our new book of Kountse Place borne.
Hastings & Heyden
1704 Farnam St., Be Bldg.
BEFORE ITS TOO LATE TO GET
ONE OF THOSE BEAUITIFUL HAL
lO ON HEIGHTS LOTS. '
' Tha flneat location for both'
. cottage and large homes, only.
two block from Military Ave.
: and car line. Just south of
lienson business center. You
- , can't . find such choice lota
, . v elsewhere; at these prices 860
to tooo. Small cash payment,
balance monthly. 'Phon D-867
and we will meet you on tha
Russell & McKitrick Co.,
432-34 Ramage Bldg. 16th and Harney 8b.
(19) 343 18
LIVE IN ONE
RENT , THE OTHER .
2519 Parker St., has two houses, one 6
and the other 4 rooma. The price waa $2,200.
The owner now says we may sell for $1,900,
and that too with small payment down.
Now rented for 3J3.50. Come and see us
TURRELL & CO.,
17TH ANDV FARNAM.
3524 Seward St.
One of the best built (-room
bouse In the city, modern
except furnace; south front la
within 3 blocks of Bemls park.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
1st floor N. T. L. Bldg. ,
Tel Doug. 1781.
$1.600 6-room cottage, 3 Iota, on main afreet
and car line, In Benson. Owner has
left city and -ery snxlous to unload;
will make very easy terms.
$1,600 New (-room cottage, north of Ames
Ave.; nonresident owner, determined
to sell. Bee me about this, on terms.
31,9002608 Sartoga, new 6-room house, elec
trie light, cemented cellar, double
floor; was built for home. Here's a
snap and will make easy terms to
good party If sold this month.
F. C. BEST, 821 N. Y. L
WANT offer for 3124 Douglas St.. 7-room
house,' 34-foot lot 3. H. Parrotte
West Farnam Home
We have a new 9-room house on Farnam
St., facing south, finished In oak down
stairs, reception hall, living room, dining
room, den with fir place, and kitchen;
four good bed room and bath, attic; full
cemented cellar; barn: cement walks.
Owner leaves for Europe this month and
Is authorised us to sell for $6,750.
THE BYRON REED CO.,
212 South 14th St
7-room, strictly modern, good as new.
This Is a fine large hous and must be seen
to b appreciated, permanent walka, cloae
o boulevard and paved St., a barn on saiiit
ot at fell Davenport St., prlc $3,3i0.
N. FENG EH
53$ N. Y. Uf Bldg.
Phon Rd 3217.
3113 Gold St., havln 6 large
rooms; located at Gold and
Boulevard; lot h&s 66 feet
CUORAiE A CO., 1001 Farnam Bt
CITY PROPF.RTY FOR SALE.
2448 Manderson St.
$4,000 Very ' attractive 8
room all modern house; first
class condition throughout;
fine barn, alone worth $400;
good corner lot, 60xl'J8 feet;
front south on paved street;
cement walks; beautiful shade
trees; one of th best loca
tions on the north side.
Price reduced on account of
owner leaving city. It will
pay you to look this up.
GEORGE A CO..
Exclusive agents, '
1601 Farnam St
09) M369 18
And you will want It, a R-room cottage,
well and cistern, larre lawn, a variety of
fruit, two large lots. 50x10" each, 4:ri4 Maple
Bt. $1,300 will buv It, one-half cash.
TURRELL & CO.,
17TH AND FARNAM.
6-room cottage, thoroughly well built, dou
ble floors, surface floor being maple; large
bath room, nice attic, piped for gn and
wired for electric light; all modern
plumbing; south front, lot 67x100, lying
high and sightly; two blocks south of
Ames Ave. car line, 311th Ave. and Boyd.
Price $t900; $250 cash, balance to suit
C. G. CARLBERG,
HI N. T. Life Bldg. 'Phone Red 7497.
(19) M3S7 18
CHOICE NEW COTTAGE
2709 Manderson St., 6 rooms,
modern except furnace, lot
60x125, cement walk. Ask to
ee Inside. Must be seen to be
appreciated. Terms if desired.
R. II. LANDERYOU,
Tel. Douglas 215t Board of Trade.
MUST BE SOLD
8234 Hamilton St., l-story house of
rooms, large lot, 60 foet frontage on
Hamilton and 60 feet frontage on Charles
St., few step from Harney car line and
almost adjoining Bemls Park, only $2,30".
INVESTIGATE THIS AT ONCE MUST
'Phone Douglas 6S5. Paxton Block.
CLOSE IN AND CHEAP
A 4-room cottage, on a 60x127 ft lot, gas
and city water, for $1,350.
TURRELL & CO.,
17TH AND FARNAM.
(19) M114 18
Two new oottages, almost completed, size
-msn reel, o large rooms and bath room.
Three fine roams -can bo-finished off up
stair; city water and km: permanent
walka, cementod cellar, double floors; ex
ceptionally, well Dullt; located on 28th,
between Spalding and Ruesles Sts. Prices
$1,450 and $3,400. Cna. Battelle, 104 N. loth
Ol. (19) M324 23
FOR SALE Two modern houses and lare
barn, one block nortn of Hannrom park;
paved street, east front, lot 75x150. East
ern owner will sell at a bargain.
THOMAS B REN NAN.
Room 1 N. V. L. Bldg.
DESIRABLE building lot Applv 218 N.
34th. (lj M285 23x
NICE COTTAGE VERY CHEAP.
6-room cottage wllh reception hall and
large pantry, city water and khs, plenty
of raspberries, strawberries and black
berries, currsnt. grapes, etc., lot 50x132 on
grade, a sightly place and good neighbors,
four blocks to car line, only tl.tiuo, also
other nice homes In good locations at
L CONNOR, 232 Neville Blk.
HOMES IN BENSON
Cheaper than you can build; house 2
years old; two lots;, electric light Owner
going to leave city. Let us show you this.
TURRELL & CO.,
17TH AND FARNAM.
WEST FARNAM HOME FOR SALE.
All modern 10-room houae and large stub!,
which cost $7,000 to build; lot wirth $2.M.
Will Mil for tti.Oou; $3.uu0 cash and $3,u00
on long time at 6 per cent.
Parked and paved street; cement side
walks; fine trees and lawn; house has
hardwood floors and finish; reception hall
of quarter sawed oak; $ grate and man
tels; laundry with stationary tubs; closet
In every room. 614 S. 2Mb St, Inquire
of J. M. Macfarland, 309 N. Y. Life Bldg
IF YOU want to buy or sell city property
see HUdreth A William. 610 Bee.
DEPOSITB In the Neb. L. A B. Ass'n Is
better than mtgs. 8 N. Y. Life.
(19) M594 M8
Big Snap for Quick Salt
Lot on 26tn and Blondo, east front, 77x
120, $750. Also lots fronting north and
south on Blondo, between 2tith and 27th, $11
per front foot 'Phone Douglas 6&5.
BEMIS. Paxton Block.
HOUSES FOR SALE Also fine lots In No.
part of city, prices right; easy terms.
Call Doug. 5639 or Doug. 37i9 Orllce, 8320 N.
24th. O. M. UNDERHILL A CO.
(19) 797 My 11
THE KFRR ABSTRACT CO.'S AB
STRACTS OF TITLES ar the safest
You ar protected by a $10,000 bond against
loss by error. You don t buy luw suit
when you buy a "Kerr" abstract. 1611
Harney. Tel. Douglas 5487. (19)
CHa- "Williamson Co. u-
IF YOU wsnt to buy or sell a farm writ
or see Hlldreth A Williams, 510 Roe.
FOR BALE Six vacant lots near 44th and
Leavenworth fits, st $150 each. The O. F.
Davis Co.. 508 Be Bldg. (19) M367 19
TWO CHEAP LOTS
Two choice lots on 88th avenue. Just south
of Dodge St. Perfect grade, rlne.it location
In city to build houses to sell or rent. Only
Ulcka Real Estate Co.,
439 Board of Trade Bldg.
(19) 343 18
FOR SALE House, i rooma, modern ex
cept furnace. 2S07 Cuming St Price.
$2,300. Easy terms.
JOHN F. FLACK.
City Savings Bank. 14th and Douglaa.
THE SUREST INVESTMENT IN OMAHA
Corner lot adjoining th heart of the city,
partly improved with a fin aubatanclHl
urn-a ouiiaing, paying vzia a month net.
snd same can be Increased, a bargain for
qjick feU. i. Connor, 234 Nvi!l Blk.
FARM AKD HASril LANDS FOR A1.R
FOR SALE 100 acrs In Madison county.
Ark., Improved. W. M. Alexander, lib
ation, III. I -Ml M3M lox
CANADIAN wheat land. 4S0 acres gently
undulating prairie one mile from naviga
ble lake, 10 miles from Strussburg, In fa
mous Laef Mountain vailey, $16.00 per
acre; eas; terms. This land Is In a w.'U
settled portion of the country and can
J .radically all be broken up. Boll dark
..am clay on clay subsoil; the very best
of water can be obtained from 10 to 20
feet. Wm. Pearson Co.. Ltd., Northern
Bank Bldg., Winnipeg. Man. (3u)
IMPROVED farms In eastern Nebraska;
Sarpy and DouRlaa counties. B. J. Over
ton, Gretna, Neb. (20) MS73
Two sections of fine land. 7 mllee from
North Platte. Lincoln county. Nebraaka,
$6 PER ACRE
Rltfht In the heart of a thrifty growing
nelKbborhood; soil a sandy loam, running
water from springs, land all fenced with
good wire fence. There is plenty of farm
bind on each section, a large portion being
EXCELLENT Foil ALFALFA. Tills Is
the bet bargain we have yet been able to
offer and will go to the first man who sees
It. For full particulars, address
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
WRITE Townsend Realty Co., Modale,
Ia. Farms and lands for sale or trade
for clear town property or merchandise
FOR SALE Western Nebraska land. Send
for list Kimball .Land o., Kimball,
Neb. (20) Mti38 21x
Kimball County, Nebraska.
Four quarter sections In Kimball county;
good, fertile soil; $5.00; half cash. In
vestigate these farms.
619 N. Y. Life Bldg.. Omnha, Neb.
(20) M241 19
TEXAS AND NEW MEXICO LAND.
Have some rare bargains In Texas end
New Mexico land, $5 to $7.50 an acra.
Go and see for yourself; low railroad
rites. For particulars sddress,
ROBERT C DRUESEDOW,
803 New York Llf Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Farm aad Ranch La ad.
FOR RENT 4-acr tract of land In Ben
son (wtfhout house), suitable for garden
ing or raising nntatoea. Will rent till
January 1. linoi, for $3o If taken Immedi
ately. Addresa, E 338, car lite.
(2D 468 X
FARM FOR RENT.
170-acre farm, near Omaha, for rent, $5 per
acre. Very rich, high class corn land;
good house; some alfalfa. W. L. Selby,
440 Board Vf Trade. Phone Douglas 1610.
. . (2D-M252
, REAL ESTATE LOANS
$1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property In Omaha; lowest rates;
no delay. Thomas Biennun, Room 1. N.
Y. Life. (ffl)-649
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Paxton Block.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
UNION LOAN A INVEST. CO. I 310 Bee
Loans on Real Estate, f Bldg.
at 4Vk and 6 per cent 'Phone Doug.
(22) 84 A JO
PRIVATE MONEY-F. D. Tfead, 1530 Doug.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith A Co.. 1320 Farnam St.
MONEY TO LOAN
GET OUR RATES AND TERMS BE
FORE ARRANGING FOR A LOAN
ON OMAHA REAL. ESTATE.
j(22) M320 20
$J00 TO $50,000 TO LOAN at lowest rates; no
delay. GARVIN BROS.. 1604 FARNAM.
BUILDING loans on residence property;
por cent. W. B. Melkle, Ramge Blk.
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Paxton Block.
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H.
Thomas, 505 First Natlunal Bank Bids.
LOANS on Improved Omaha property.
O'KEEFE R. E. CO.. 1001 N. Y. Llf Bldg.
WANTED City loan. R. C. Peters A Co.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED A farm. We hav a customer
, for 80 to 100 acres within ten miles of
Omaha. What have you? Address
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
. (23) MSI I 19
WANTED TO BORROW
LADY wlahes a loan of $250; . will pay In
payments or board and nxm; good se
curity and interest. Addrens N 112, Bee.
(24) M327 19x
WANTED. TO BORROW. Aug. 1 or be
fore, $4. '"JO at 6 per cent for five years;
first mortgage Improved city property,
choice location. Address W 116. IW.
(24) M304 27
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy, second-hand furniture,
cook and heating ove. carpet, llnols
urns, office furniture, old rlotli nj
shoes, pianos, feather, bed pillows, quilts
and all kinds of tools; or will buy th fur
niiuro of your bouse romplet. Will buy
antique or mahogany furniture. The high
est prices paid. Cail th right man. TeL
Doug. 8471. (25-au A17
CASH paid for old books Crane-Foy Co.,
813 S. 14th. 'Phone Douglas 1321.
EOSTON TERRIER or English brindle bull
pjp; mutt be well marked, ugly snd
cheap. Address N 96. Bee (25) 817 18x
MODERN house, 8 or 9 rooms; give loca
tion, price and number of rooms Ad
dress M 72S, Bee. (-5 M39 20x
HAVE $15.f0: Invest all or part. Addreas
N 129, care Bee. (25) M3T4 18
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Three unfurnished rooms, close
In. Give particulars. Address C H2. Hee.
(21) 173 17s
WANTED Office rooms or office hours
with oinr physlcUn. Addreas P 114. care
Bt:. (26) 1S8 21x
I WANTED I' of niano for stir1n- ,
i children; reference. Address O i (tee.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Room and Kmrd In prtvst
family for couple; must b (Irst-clasa. In
good neighborhood; bet of references.
Address pornm 22 Frdrl.U BHg.
(J) J49 18x
DAY WOMEN furnished fre of char.
Telephone Douglas 1111 (27) Hi
YOUNG MAN. advertising student-Inter,
nstlonal Correspondence schools, wants a
situation as clerk and advertisement
writer: small salary. Lock Box 4.11, Sao
City. ia. (r7)-M774 18x
YOUNG MAN with Several years' experi
ence desires position with reliable firm In
need of a conietent bookkeeper or cfllc
manager. Address K lv9, Bee.
WANTED A position as bookkeeper or
stenographer; will open for employ
ment April 22; have completed full bul
no and stenographic course at the Ne
braska Normal college at Wayne. Neb.,
and had six weeks' experience In office
work; best if references given; age 24. A.
R. llerrell, care N. N. C Wayne, Neb.
(27) MM 24X
ENERGETIC young man desires position
and Is capable of taking charge f office
ana accounts for large mercantile nrm;
lus had several yenrs' experience as
ofllco manager, In which capacity Is now
employed; can give very best of refer
ences ns to character and ability from
both present and past employers. Ad
dres J lu. Be. (27) M321 23x
PROPOSALS FOR LIVE STOCK-DE-partment
of the Interior, Office of Indian
Aliairs. Washout ton II I' March 27. mi;.
. Sealed proposals, plainly marked on th
ouisioe oi me sealed envelope, iToposais
for Live Block." and addreased to th
Commissioner of Indiana Affairs, Washing
ton, D. C, will be received at the Indian
Orllce until 2 o'clock p. m. of April 25, 1907,
for furnishing and delivering aoout Zb.&W
heifers, 831 bulls, 972 mares and 973 milch
cows, and 4 stallions, fur Issue to Indians
of different reservations, as per schedules,
detailed specifications, conditions to be ob
served by bidders, etc., which will be fur
nished on application to the Indian Office.
Washington. D. C; th U. S. Indian ware
houses at New York City, Chicago, 111.;
Omaha, Neb.; Bt. IOtils, Mo., snd San
Francisco, Cal.; the IT. S. Indian agents at
Standing Rock agency, Fort Yates, N. D.;
Pine Ridge agency, Lower Brule, agency,
Ixiwer Brule. 8. D. : C"" Creek agency.
Crow Creek, 8. D. ; Rosetiud agency. Rose
bud. S. D. ; Cheyenne River agencv. Chey
enne agency, 8. D., and the superintendents
of the Santee agency, Bantee, Neb., and
Fort Peck agency, Poolar. Mont. Bids
upon the blanks furnished are not abso
lutely essential; they may be made In any
other form, provided the conditions sre ob
served. For further Information apply to
F. E. LEUPP. Commissioner.
PROPOSAL8 FOR CAVALRY, ARTIL
LERY. DRAFT AND RIDING HORSES
AND DRAFT AND PACK MULES. Chief
Quartermaster's Office, Omaha, Nebiaska,
April 15, 1907. Sealed proposals, In tripli
cate, will be received at this office, until
11 o'clock a. m central standard tlm(.
May 14, 1907, and then opened, in tho pres
ence of attending bidders, for seven hun
dred and twenty-five (725) cavalry horses;
two hundred and thirty-nine (289) artil
lery horses; elght(8) draft horses; six (6) rid
ing horses; two hundred and eiphty-one
(281) draft mules, wheel; two hundred
and twenty-eight (228) draft mulrs, lead,
ten (10) pack mules for machine gun
platoons; two (2) cart mules; and four (4)
f'ack mules for Q. M. department, for de
Ivery at Omaha, Neb., or other promi
nent railroad points. All of th draft
mules are required for 4-mule teams. Tha
animals to conform to specifications for
cavalry, artillery and riding horses and
mules. United States reserves right to
accept or reject any or all proposals or
any part thereof. Particulars and blanks
for proposals will be furnished on appll 1
cation. Envelopes containing proposals to
be Indorsed "Proposals for Horses or
Mules," and addressed to Major Thomas
Cruse, Chief Quartermaster.
PROPOSALS FOR BEEF, CORN, ORO
cerles, etc. Department of the Interior,
Office of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C.
March 6. 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 Affairs, Washington, D.
C," will be received at the Indian office
. until 3 o'clock p. m. of Tuesday, April 13,
1J7, and then cpened. for furnishing the
Indian service with rolled barley, bef,
mutton, corn, salt, coffee, sugar, ta, soap,
baking powder and other groceries. Bids
must be mad out on government blanka.
Schedules giving all ne' 'sary Information
for bidders will be f urn. . ied on application
to the Indian offlce, Washington, D. C: ths
U. S. Indian warehouses at New York
City, Chicago, 111.; jilt Louis, Mo.; Omaha,
reo., nnn Man Francisco, Cal.; tha Commis
sary of Subsistence, U. S. A., at Cheyenn,
Wyo.; the Quartermaster, U. S. A., Seattle,
Wash.,, and th postmasters at Tucson,
Portland. Bpokan and Tacoma. Th De
partment reserves the njght tq reject any
and all bids or any part of any bid. F. E.
Laupp, Commissioner. Al-dl8t
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Omaha, Nebraska, April IS, 1907. Sealed
proposals, In triplicate, will be received
here and by Quartermasters at the posts
named herein, until 10 a. m., central stand
ard time May 16, 1907, for furnishing oats,
bran, hay and straw during the fiscal year
ending June 30, 19r, st Omaha Q. M. Depot,
Forts Crook, Omaha and Robinson, Ne
braaka;' Forts Leavenworth and Riley,
Kansas; Forts D. A. Russell and Mackensle,
Wyoming; Fot Dcs iioines, Iowa, and
Fort Meade, South Dakota. Proposals for
delivery at ether places will be entertained.
United States reserves right to reject or
nccept any or all proposals or any part
thereof. Information furnished on appli
cation here, or to Quartermasters at the
i stations named. Envelopes containing pro
posals should ne marked "Prop' sals tor
Foraire." and addressed to Msjor THOMA8
CRUSE, C. Q. M. A15-16-17-I8-M13-14
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN BY THE
undersigned, who represent, at least
26 pur cent of th outstanding bonds Issued
under a certain deed or trust, dated August
1, 1), from American Biscuit and Manufac
turing company to The Jennings Trust com
pany, now th Equitable Trust company of
Chicago, Illinois, mat the said fequiiubie
Trust company, trustee under the .deed
aforesaid, has tendered Its resignation as
trustee to take effect as soon as Its suc
cessor baa been regularly chosen and lias
qualified. Therefore, the undersigned, by
virtue of the right, power and authority
conferred by Article VII of the suld deed
of trust, hereby give public notice that a
meeting will be held at No. 2J6 LA Salle
aireet. Chicago, Illinois, on Thursday, May
23. 17, at 10 o'clock a. m , for the purpose
of filling the vacancy In the office of said
trustee, and to transact such other busines
as may be proper under the exigencies
created by such resignation and in pur
suance of Article Vli of the trust deed
aforesaid. Dated April 8, 1907. F. W
WALLER. L. D. DOZ.IER. E. F. HERR
MANN, Counsel 469 W. 15th 8t., New York
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Athemtn Jut. I Kmrrft:i of Japan July
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Accommudtiluiti uiiiurpvc4. Hal ; tUlotMi bt m
q4 upwards. oi.tI cabin $49 00 mi up aril, Oa
cliai bin lnnn'ri $4)0 00 aud upward.
ALLAN A COMPANY. 174 JackMa hvul. ChUaa
All nacaMaarr ipoMt Jae.ud; araonal meon
xtwlifDl arlc. Otto tour. prW4 ;m to
Frequent 4fartrM 4uiiD Majr, Juas aa4 JtiJ
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FRANK C. CLARK. Broadway. N.Y
DOG MUZZLE EDICT INVALID
Judr rUdioa FransuooN tfijtr'i Fml
mitim of Mo EfieU
COURT GRANTS TEMPORARY INJUNCTION
Maid Ordlaaae Drfeetlv Repass It
Caater Legislative Power Oa
. Mayor aa4 He Overrate
Deaiarrer ( City,
Tlge won a complete and lasting vlctorj
In Judge Redlck'a court Wednesday morn
ing when the court decided Mayor Dahl
man's famous dog mutxling proclamation
was Invalid and of no effect Th tem
porary Injunction asked for by M. J.
Oreevy to prevent th carrying out of tha
mayor's proclamation was granted and tha
mayor and pollc officials will be restrained
from Interfering with dogs because they
do not wear th millinery prescribed by his
Judge Redlck overruled th demurrer
filed by the city attorney and In doing m
held that not only waa the ordinance under
which the proclamation wag Issued bad.
but the mayor's proclamation did not evn
conform to the provisions of the ordinano.
Tha flaw In the ordinance, according ta
th decision of the court arises from tha
fact it attempts to give th mayor legis
lative power. Th court declared tha power
of determining wh?n the publlo safety de
mands tha muixllng of dogs waa legisla
tive and not executive In nature and could
b exercised onbj by tha legislature or
The' court also pointed out that that
part of the proclamation authorising tha
police to kill all unmuixled dogs did not
conform to the ordinance, which provide)
tKcy shall ba condemned after a hearing la
The proclamation as Issued by Mayor
Dahlman required all dogs to ba musslnd
between April 6 and July 6, under penalty
of being shot If found at large without
Dr. Miller and Mayar Speak.
"I regard this decision as a sweeping
victory for law, order and decency In tha
city of Omaha and Its government," waa
Dr. George L. Miller's expression when
advised by The Bee of the court' action.
"That ia a good thing," ha added. "Tha
ruling of Judge Redlck seems to me to ba
eminently sound and In strict keeping with
logic, common sense and law. We main
tained at th outset that .ths ordinano
was bad, sine It allowed th mayor to da
what a legislative body should do, if M
was to be done. That is th vital point
and the court has hit It squarely.
"Gratified T Yes, Indeed, I am more lhaa
gratified; I am delighted."
Speaking of Judge Redlck's decision
Mayor Dahlman said:
"I Intend to go befara th city council
next Monday afternoon, when the council
will meet In committee of the whole, and
urge that th council pass an ordinano
requiring that all dogs be kept off th
streets at all times, unless under leash.
I think the council will do this"
No Farther Action.
Assistant City Attorney Rlna thinks na
further action will ba taken by tha city
legal department In this dog case. I. J.
Dunn, who has' this matter In hand, la
out of the city. Mr. Rlne said If any
further action would be token on behalf
of Mayor Jim's' proclamation It would ba
an appeal from tha order of Wednesday
morning overruling tha demurrer. It waa
Mr, Rlna's belief, however, that tha bast
thing for th city to do would, b for th
council to 'pass an ordinance covering th
desired regulation of dogs, as Judge Radlok
held the council could do this, but coukt
not delegate authority to tha mayor.
TRAIN INJURY PROVES FATAL
Jaaae Dvany Ola a Desalt
Ilavlnsr Both HI Leg Cat
James Devaney, died in tha South Oman
hospital at 6:45 Wednesday moraine, from
the effects of his Injury in the Union
Pacific yards Tuesday night. The accident
happened on the Union stock yards track,
and It was a switch engine of tha yards
which ran over him, cutting off both lags
at tha knees. Ha waa taken to the hospi
tal, where little waa to ba dona, except U
stop th flow of blood and glv a hypodaf.
mlo to relieve tha pain.
Tha relatives of' tha man war notified
and attended him during tha night. Death
resulted from shock and tha loss of blood.
The body was taken In charge by Heafay
Jb I lea fey and a coroner's Inquest was ar
ranged at 3 p. rn. Wednesday afternoon.
Devaney had a mother, brother and slstel
in South Omaha. Th mother Is Mrs.
Catherine Devaney. Peter Devaney la ths
brother. Hla sister Is Margaret Devaney.
The family lived at Twenty-third and O.
Peter Devaney, the brother, lives at 171
Booth Twenty-second street. Jamas Da.
vaney was 31 years of age. There ar tw
other brothers living. Ona Is a cooper la
Battle Creek. Mich., or other nearby tows.
The second Is a sailor on tha lakes. -
The funeral arrangements have not baas,
mad, but It is thought that Friday will
ba tha day.
ALL FIREPROOF SAYS COHN
Raw Bnlldiaar Mast B Tha Ca. 1
stracteel aad Heac Hvld Bids
"The. contract for th erection of my naff
building st Sixteenth street and Capitol
avenue will not b let for about on week,
as revised estimates are being taken fot
the purpoae of erecting a building; which
will be absolutely fireproof." said Herman
Cohn of the Nebraska Clothing company
Wednesday morning when Inquiry was
made regarding the new building.
"When bids were asked the plans were
for a building only two-thirds fireproof,"
continued Mr. Cohn. "The bids submitted
were low enough to allow the erection oi
a modern snd completely fireproof building
of th latest Improved typ and negotia
tions ar pending to that end, but It will
ba a week before th matter Is definitely
decided upon and tn contract awarded."
Bids were received from seventeen con
tractors of Omaha snd. It Is reported, ths
figures were based on th lowest posslbla
cost, as contractors sra anxious to secur
the big Job.
Mr. Cohn has elaborate plana for an ex
pensive and thoroughly modern hotel aad
store building, snd Its complete ".re
proofing will lncreas th Investment con
siderably. GRACE BIRNBAUM GOES FREE
Wo ma a Strack ay Colored PUaaa
Nat Coavlcteel af ttaeplaaj Dis
Mrs. Qraos Btrnbaum, 1709 Leavenworth
street, was discharged In txillce court
Wednesday morning after a hearing on th
charg of keeping a disorderly house.
Neighbors snd business men In th vlclnlt
testified to tha unsavory and susplcloui
conduot alleged to take place at her home,
but the statements were refuted by Fred
Anderson, formerly of th county treas
urer's office, a roomer at lh Birnbaum
horn; by Mr. Birnbaum and other. Th
woman Is th on whom Patrolman E. R.
Smith Is charged with having struck tw
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