Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 30, 1907)
TUfc OMAHA DAILY 1IKE: TTEXDAY, A PHIL HO. 1007.
OFFERED FOR RENT
nonfiling and Honm-(olliiBHl
bosrd. 9.2 N. 1.ith.
with ot -i'hout
Fl'RNISHED room with board, 13 .;rh
Ave., phone Doug 8H-2. ,16'T
Kt'HNlf MF.I I(X'MI. with r W1,ITUS
h(ri, homo rooking, block ad a naif
from Omaha lai. .Hu
CouneTl Blurts, I... qT.--.vi. " '
pOOM with" good l.,iiril. "i" ''7,.',;ek'
.11 ih..,lrn -alktnir dlStiin. f 100 CltSs
V L Phone DoukI 6V 1i.6 4x
A .'m irn ivbiv- nl"nnt ronrr. -with
iKiird- table 'kJ"'1. Hamrom park cur
SToJ?".! ''"- -,. M,cHr-
nr. III. (1.H-MSI0 4
V rw t'HSf rooms nnd board, location
,tln. i.. IK Hi. nil, IUiW
' (15)-MS94 x
(. Furnished II rum.
' srCF, clean. well-furnished, well-heated
, J musld room. hous strictly modern. t
y Harney street. (161614
NICELY furnished rooms. 17"! No. J4th
81. Tel. Wfhiwr 2894. OR) Mtfl My tx
NEWLY furn'shed rooms, modern. 640 So.
24th at. 'Phono Douglaa '7.
NICELY furnished room, new. moder.i
Iron n I'aik Ave., near Lesvenworth,
strictly Irlste family, gentlemen pre
ferred, "Phone Harney 715. (16) 842 29x
, PLEASANT furniahed rorm In private
family; houae la modern. 24', Harney St.
FURNI6HED rooms; rentlemen prcfrrd
C301 Douglas. Tel. Douglas 6377.
FINE rooma, reasonable. 608 6. -4th Ave.
(16) M4.S6 Mx
N1C; front room, with bath. Ml Harney
.EXCELLENT moi.ein furniahed aingle
room. Phone In houae. 2674 Harney 8t.
FOR FENT-l-arje front room with alcove;
modern. lis S. i-d St. Tel. Bed 4-.4.
(15) M25 MySx
A SIX-ROOM furnlhed flat for aumnier;
give reference. Addresa K 177, CRre B'e.
(16) M265 Zx
Fl'IlNISHED outside rooma; board; rea
onable. J.ane Hotel, 1Sth and Jackson.
(16) 79 021
N1CK1.Y furnished rooma, gentlemen
Id rooma, gentlemen pre
venworth 8t. (IS) 841 2tx
ferred. ilii I ye a
A LAROE modern room, breakfast privi
leges, no r. oin. (Ij)-im) mvi
NICELY furniahed room for one or two
gentlemen. 317 . :th Ht.
OB) 211 MayJx
Fl'RNIBHED room, private family. 2311
California (16) :07 May2x
Fl'RNIiHED rooms, suitable for gentle
men; also rooma on purlor floor. 2010
Furnam. 'Phone Douglas 6!33.
g LA ROB modern furnished room, cool, light
a? and nlry, 13 per week. 413 No. lKth. room
" 1, Id floor.
(16) M428 SO
LARGIO, nice sleeping rooma. In all nodern
house; houe cleaning all done, email
room. 1701 Capitol Ave. (15) M372 M4x
Foil KBNT Furniahed room; Indy or gen
tleman. 7u8 a 17th Ave. (16) M4&3 Sox
FRONT room and alcove la atrlctly nvd
. ern hwuae; private lumlly ; Jentleniea pre
. tarred. Address B ioJ, Bee.
(15) M473 30x
.InICKLY furnished rooms for rent; private
family, fine location, one block from car.
1214 N. 26lh Ht. (16)-56 M4X
MODERN furnished rooma. 2222 Farnam.
. -634 M27x
"TNICE large front room, modern, close In.
Vacant May 1. 614 Bo. 20th Bt.
, (16) 637 M4x
FOR light houarkeeplng. UQ Douglna.
'Phone Douglas 3233. (lS)-585 5x
.TWO cheerful front rooma. furniahed or
unfurnished; modern house. 1144 Bo. Kid
4. VI. , . , (15) M502 Mix
TtOOMH. furnished or unfurnished, with or
mune, AO- u) mow rayax
rnf nrnlshe4 Rooms.
CENTRAL, modem, S fleslrablx rooms,
bath and hall, to good tenaut, 220 N. 23d.
1-ViR RY7KT or 4 rooms, partly furnished.
Tel. Harney 613. (16)-Ms27 Ml
Two rooms. 1120 N. 17th St.
pkrURNISHED room; no children. 41 S
BtBta. U)-M U7U
tiS'J UinuiMwii .""ill, Willi uw oi uuin
und sss; west part of oily; one block
trom Farnam cor.
AddresH M rare
(14) M430 (Ox
' llansekeeptac Rooma.
TWO nicely furnished front rooms, com
plete for light housekeeping, toil Daven
(15) MXS M3x
HOUSUXEEPINQ rooms. 821 8. llth.
05) M298 MylX
NICE unfurnished rooms for housekeeping,
single or enatiite, one block frotu car line.
Will rent cheap. 3401 Decatur.
OR K MODERN housekeeping rooms,
niiviiia utaiaiiuw. vm I -iui 'in cuiiiii.
2223 Burt bt. (16) M404 30
THREE light housekeeping rooms, modern
eauept heat, walking (lists nee; no child
ren; references required. Address N 187,
care Bee. (15) M46 SOx
HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 81 1912 Dodgs
flt. Inquire 2d floor. (15 M44I 4x
,. Aajtrtmeats n& Plats.
FOR RENT Three-room modern flat. 291
lHnmleit. around floor; rent reasonable.
Oloba land and Inveatment Co , 1K Far
nam street. C6)-M2f4
MODERN rooma In new flat, trianged
for liKht housekeeping; walking V stance.
' ' IJ6. Ji N. 25th 8t. (li)-iio istx
FOR RENT Modern 4-room flat no
Chhiago 8t. (16) 6t lx
WANTED Desirable tenants; no chllen
three or four-room steam heated flat
Address P 14, cars Bee. (15) M5'.s) l
' P-ralehed lloases and Flats.
tjpVEN-nOOM house, well furnished. Cull
Harney 248. (16) M436 10
OMAHA Van & Storage Oo , pack, move,
sluio. H. li. goods; stoiehouse 1120-24 N.
:, ilh. Oltlco. 1511 Farnam. Tel. D ug. 15j9.
In all parts tf the city. R.
C ieleis & Co., Bee Bldg.
, WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
prk-A. Tel. Douls 1J6. Schmoller &
.klualler Piano Co.. iri-i31J Farnam.
FOR r.KNT-Mr residence. 4-0 Florence
. l-o'.i'avsrd; atrlotly trodrrn, hard wood
l.n!.hs ceiiented cellar under w hole house.
, laree lawn and shsde trees, cement walks;
..- one block to blierman Ave. cat'; very
on alec location. To partiea without chll
.dien I will give lease at 140 per month,
.-osmssIuu given about May I. Telephone
lied y.HX William 1. Kierstead.
WS MOVB PIANOS Msggsrd Van ar.d
SHcrajie Co. Tai. Doug. ai Office. 1711
. Weo.ltr HI. (15) 613
6F.E urn when shipping household goods to
Urge cities west; we can save you money.
KXPfiiulsMa.N DfcLIV&HY CO., 214 N.
Uh .4. lei. Doug. lite. US)U3
2064 Hartley, modern, line condition. 840.00.
t Kuiir.et, 8 rooms, barn. 8Ju ix).
O'lCEtrK REAL EsrrAfE CO.,
W01 hi. Y. Ufs.
FOR ttiuNT 4-room house. Just completed.
SLrkt.y modern and nrat class. Corner
list and liard. ft. B Mercer Co . m
Paatun block. (15)-M474 Jo
TO RENT A modern -nora house, practi
cally, new. corner 4utt and Lafayette
, At.: it p.r uiouih. Apply to Dr. H. kl.
McClajiaaan. Ull S. 4uia L
OFFERED FOR RENT
Ifnaaes n4 Cntiages (oatlaoed.
J'1 Ft Mary's Ave, new 10-room. irl( tly
1 ni.i.le'n house. ok flnl-h firm fl.Hir, ex-
pensive fixtures, spbndld k c-ulon-l per
month. Cannot te lessed for r.mlng
EuHGE A CO., Nl Farnam Pt
Hi) 677 30
In nil parts of the city. Tha
O. F. Davie Co., Be BMg
room modern house, new furnace, north
part of city, li.
C. M. BACHM ANN,
43k Paxlun Block.
HOUSES, Insurance. Rlngwalt, Barker Rlk.
Jni NORTH 2Xd. new brick. 146.
MODLRN elchl-iooni ht.use. No. 4012 Sew
ard Pt. Inquire R. L. Roliiao-i, second
floor Ware blo k. Tel. Doug. i7i.
1 1 5) -8.X
-ioom all modern house; references re
quired. Inquire 2212 Spencer St.
(15) 48 2x
2704 FARNAM, 11-room modern brick house.
I'; to private family only. Warren M
Rogers, 27t Farnam. H5e Sn
8 ROOMS, modern. 3iirr Charles, 1:7.50;
newly papered. Tel. D. 673. B. II Rob
ison. lib) 214
FOR RENT Seven -room, attractive, new
houBe. Hprure r"t. I-W lr month. Pr
liculura I'hona Harney 2ti76.
(15) M2C9 30x
FOR RENT May 1, 10-room house; modern;
fine locallon. Inquire at 541 Park Ave.
(16) -224 MylX
I-ROOM brick house, new, all modern,
walking dlatanre, 1 15. 2411 Chicago St.
(16) 284 2x
VN1XJUALED, central, all modern 7-room
house. Apply, Tlzard, 220 N. 23d.
FOR RENT 8-n Ice-room house, opposite
HansLiini park, J34. "Phone Douglas 5J3.
FOR RENT New s-room, strictly all mod
ern house. I.TU. 240X Popplcton Ave.
(IS) 6v4 lx
HOCSE, 715 N. S3d St.; rooms, teas and
bath, 17. Key first door north.
(15) M1 2x
FOR RENT Modern hrlck houses. 1134 and
11. fl S. 31st Bt.; In first class reimlr; nice
yard; low rent to desirable tenants who
will sl(tn lease for one year. Tnomaa
Brcnnan, Room 1, New York Ijfe PM.
FOR RENT-2&M Pierce St., five rooms, all
modern. 125. and water. C. E. Herring,
411 N. Y. Life Bldg. (15) M04 2
FOR RENT-'Jermanla, Hall or Bijou
Theater building. IMS to lSlt Harney;
stores, offices and theater: on long lease.
N. P. Dodge & Co., 1714 Farnam.
1312 HARNEY ST. S floon and basement,
13x120 feet: suitable (or wnolesale. Mo
Cague Investment Co., 1606 Dodge St.
THE entire building now occupied by tha
Dally Newa, 44xta) feet, 2 etortes and base
ment. McCague Investment Co., 1601
Dodge St. - (15) (M
ONR targe office room, ground floor, Ed
ward Crelghton Institute Bldg., 210 S. lath
St., opposite city hall. Inquire building.
APPLY TO W. R. HOMAN,
1617 FARNAM ST. TEL. DOUGLAS M.
THREE offices with north llgnt in Cor
servatlva buildln at 1614 Harney St.
Hastings & Heyden, 1704 Farnam St.
FOR RRNT Desk room In Bee offloe, city
bulldlnir, 417 N. 26th St., South
0mah- Apply to manager. (15) 134
ROOM 4, Continental bloc, and large re
ception room-.very suitable for dentist's
or doctor s orjlce; tower wlndowa Robt.
H. Bennett, Agent, Room 11. Continental
FOR RENT The best located corner store
In Omaha, Farnam and 16th flts.. Board
of Trade Bldg. See P. H. Pliilbln, Srhlits
Hotel. (15) M262
THREE splendid modern rooms on ground
floor; rent reasonable. 1822 Farnam-St.
70s g. nth St., 89.00 per month.
2n Farnam St., 81100 per month.
29(4 Farnam St., 220.00 per month.
N. P. DO DOE at CO.. 1714 FARNAM ST.
NEW DOUBLE STORE
Splendid location, opposite
public library. Sea us early.
SHIMER & CHASE CO.,
16C0 Farnam. Douglas 3867.
(164 M561 1
STORE ROOM. 1102 N. 12th. 8j0. Bemle,
Paxton Blk. (15) S8
21( S. 18TH BT. New basement, 47x 20,
street entrance, light, high ceiling and
cement floor; will divide. Apply to Oarvln
Bros., lets) arnam St. (15) M424 Myl
OFFERED FOR SALE
ANCHOR and Iron fencing; wire fencing
so per iooi. jut is. l.m tit- lei. Hed ut.
ID-HAND furniture bought and aold; busi
ness on the square. Rosenberg Co. .formerly
with Chloaau Furn. Co. loss. 14th. D. 686.
236,000 worth at 75o on the dollar, for a few
days. 406 S. 15th St. , (l.)-M873 3t
Plaaos, Orgaas, Maalcal last ran teal.
Greatest Piano Bargains in
26 VPRUiHT PIANOS,
860 TO 8126.
Wagner uprleht. daik walnut case 160
jvimuall upright, eoonixea case to
! New England upright, rosewood case.... 75
i Kimball uunuht. walnut case K5
(iem uprlnht. ebonlsed case 115
1 Chickeiing upriglit, rosewood case U'S
I QtnOn A. O r . . nub. Mu . K.I
t'pera upright, oek case 175
J. C Fivher urilit. burl walnut case... S)
lvei-s & Pond i.prlht, burl walnut rase. 22S
ci ciiNWAi, vtiHi-j. r.Mr-itts .. mal
LET A DAVIS and other square pianos,
115. 125. 136 and up.
Mai n & Hu nlin. Kimball. Estey and
other organa. 11 v. f IS. HO and up.
Terms to suit convenience of purchaser.
Mease take notice, every Instrument is fully
guaranteed. Money refunded If not satis
factory. Wa rent new pianos from 83 up
ward; also move, store, tjnr and repair in
strument of all makes. Call or writs at
once If you wish to obtain choice of bar
gains. N. B. The public Is cordially Invited to
attend our next Pianola sr.d song recital,
next Wednesday afternoon. May 1, 8:30. Ad
SCIIMOI.I.EK & MUELLER, .
Tel. Douglas 1636. 1311-1313 Famam St.
FOR 8ALK Oood Emerson upright piano,
at a tacrine. Apply 2411 Hamilton.
FOR BEST values possible In high grade
pianos, high grade tunlrg and repairing,
eee Bush 4k Gerts Piano Co., 6u W. O. W
Bldg. Tel. Doug. U74. (14) M777 A30
PIANO Square. 30: 60 cents weekly. Per.
Arid Piano Co.. 1611 Farnam St.
L'PRIGHT piano. Vt.
OFFERED FOR SALE
Typewriters and -rlag Machines.
ONE Remington typewriter. No. 8. In good
condition, for sale cheap. Call at Bee
A FEW Ice boxes for sale at your own
price. 107 No. 12th St. (IS) MM) Mil
FOR SALE First class store fixtures,
showcase, etc. Globe Lund and Invest
ment Co., 1S22 J nrnam street, omaiia.
BILLIARD tnble, 4 balls and cues; every
thing complete, cheap. Phone Harney
277. (lti) 617 8tix
FOR SALE Oak dining table and side
board. 1125 S. 31st St. (ltil MblV 80X
210 6H OOCART for sals cheap. Inquire
-KI3 Reese bt (IS) 4.2 2VX
BEFORE buying your coupon books call
up Independent Ice Co. anu get. our rales,
'lei. Red Silt). (16 M416 M5x
TWO splendid poems for Memorial day
r.,r,. r,,m 1 (l.ir IT I a a 1 m I l.r.nil.r. "
2. "Loyal Women From 61 to '66." llavs
them recited by two young ladles and
you will make a "hit." 26 centa each, or
both for 50 rents: money order. T. R.
Armstrong. Falrbury. Neb.
AWNINGS; they're not expensive. Call
Doug. fcs3 and our representative will crII.
Omaha Tent and awning Co. (16) M604
FEW bargains in td-hnd soda fountains;
monthly payments. Deright, 1.16 Furnam.
FOR SALE Australian Wonder a grass
seed perfectly hardy in every respect,
grows where bluegrasa falls. Perfect
velvet lawns guaranteed. Price, 30 cents
lr pound. Dr. A. H. Miller, P. O. Box
Ml. Denver, Colo. (16) MS7 10
FOR SALE Men's and women's ready-to-wear
clothing; new stock Just received.
One dollar will be credited to your ac
count on a purchase of 810 or more if this
advei tiaement Is presented. Home Credit
Clothing Co., U3) Dodge.
(II) M421 MylS
Butchers' refrigerators on hand. 1106 Doug.
HALL'S safes, new, 2d-hand. 1811 Farnam.
(10) -63 1
MY RECIPE for cleaning wall paper costs
6c per room to clean paper. Bend one
dollar for recipe. Address V. W. Price,
Plattsmouth, Neb. (16) M606 M8x
SEND us your mall orders for drugs:
freight paid on 110 lots. Myers-Dillon
Drug Co., Omaha. (IS) 632
Made of Iron, about 2 feet high and 3 feet
long, having a width of ( to 12 Inches;
haa a plate glass front with reflector In
rear; would make a handsome ornament
for window display or In ths home. Call
at business oflice of The Bes and ask to
see It, (14) 835
FOR SALE-A II ths leading periodicals
published. Foreign publications a spe
cialty. Birthday, wedding and souvenir
poat cards. Subscriptions received for all
periodicals published. Mall orders will
' receive prompt attention.
CHULTZK & ULATTERT,
Newsdealers and Stationers, HI S. 15th St.
(16) MiU3 rn5
8HERWIN WILLIAMS CO. beat mixed
paint. Sherman & McConnell Drug Co
SNAP-Rldpath's History of the World,
Encyclopaedia Brltannlca, International
Encyclopaedia; small monthly payments.
Webster's Unabridged 110 Dictionary, full
leather, only 3125. B. B. Roberts, 541
Paxton Bldg., Omaha. (16) MSlt A30
MILLET SEED. A. W. Wagner, 801 N. 16th.
ONH three-quarter folding bed, on leather
aivan; notn good and In good order. Ad
dress P 247, Bee. (16) Mti22 2x
GAS AND ELECTRIC
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
We furnish estimates. If you sra going
to build, write for catalogue.
813 & 16th. ' 'Phon Doug. 6SL
FOR SALE Australisn Wonder-a grass
seed perfectly hardy In every respect,
grows where bluegrass falls. Perfect
velvet lawns guaranteed. Price, 30 cents
rer pound. Dr. A. H. Miller, P. O. Box
til, Denver, Colo. (18) M998 10
GARDEN and field seeds, fruit packages
bea keepers' supplies. Younkerman Seed
Co.. Council Bluffs, la. (U ib
A CLEAN 26,000 stock of general merchan.
dlse at 86 cents on the dollar; fine loc.
tlon: will bear closeat Inspection. Owner
moving away. Address, Y 74. Bee,
SI.OT machines, all kinds; also sliver plat
ing and picture machines. Jurl, 712 B. 16th.
(16) M632 A30x
CHOICE CCRRANT PI-ANtTIot s7l7B.
C. Smith, 3108 Corby St. (16) lot Mix
Besley Letter Cabinet
Made of walnut and having two Indexsd
riling cases, an ornamental and useful of
fice fixture; at a bargain. See Wright, at
The Bee buainess olric. (16) 333
TO Bl'Y or sell any business or property
call on Qanstad, 4vS Bee Bldg. Q6) M151
TREES, shrubs, roses. Haicl Dell Nur
sery, 24th and Plnkney. Tel. Web. 22c0
HOME-MADE GRAPE WINE, 10 YEAR9
OLD. 1 PER GALLON. CACKLE Y
BROS., OPPOSITE P. O.
(16)-841 July II
FOR SALE $30000 will buy my 130000 gaso
line launch; speak quick. 8. S Elliott,
Council Bluffs, la. (18) M246 My3x
FOR SALE Three hydraullo chali-s, com
bination case, electric massage machine
and heater; everything good as new.
Cull at 216 North 16th St.
FOR BALK Two sets blacksmith tools, In
cluding e-horse-power Weber gaaoiina en-
fine, emery stand, two blowers, shaftini.,
angers and belting; alao one set wood
working tools. C. C. Armstrong, 010 Fifth
Ave., Council Bluffs, la. tltii M231 My3x
BICYCLE TIRES-Lawrence's best, guar
anteed. 82 75. E. E. Lawrence. 27uS !-e:iv-enwortb
St. (16)-2yi 29
Tires. 26c and up, E. E. Lawrence! 273
Iavenwortn St. (16) 2J0 M?6
FOR SALE I5-volume set Mark Twain.
Hlllcrest edition, absolutely new Ad
dress O 113. care Be. (14) M4 2x
D. O. BARN ELL. patent sttorney and ma.
chin designer. Paxton Blk. Tel Red
JUL tli 7a My U
LARSON A CO.-Book free. Be Bldg
CITY STEAM LAUNDRY Shirts pressed,
not Ironed. 211 S. Ulu t(. 'lei. Doug JiZ
OMAHA Stammerers Icstltut. Ramg
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits castor!
clothing; In fact, anything you do not
need, we collect, repair and aell, at 114 N.
11th St., for cost of collecting, to the
worthy poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 4!i and
wagon will call. (18) ell
SYRINGES, rubber goods. t mall; cut
prices; M-nd for free catalogue. Myets
Dil.ou Drug Co., Omaha. US) 4U
:USE DEE WANT ADS;
Reaches everybody within everybody's reach
PLEATING Brnton.1!. Ashing.
2 """"" Embroidery.
Dyeing and cleaning, sponging and shrink
ing, inly ac per yard. Send for price list
GOLDMAN PLEATING CO.,
10 Douglas Block. Tel. Douglas 134.
SEWING machines rented, any make. 75o
per week or 82.00 per month. Second
hand machines for sale. 25 00 and up,
Nebraska Cycle Co., loth and Harney.
M AKSAnFi Swedish movement. 818
iUAUiiUiiuSmitl n.N. 15th. id li or.
A WOMAN with large acquaintance In
Omaha and vicinity and some ability as
organizer and promoter of high class en
terprises, usually along educational lines,
wishes to hear of opening where such
quallllcatlons may be used to advantage.
Address Oiganlzer, Gen. Del. Omaha, Neb.
PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOME Mrs.
Dr. King. 1320 N. 24th St. Tel. Doug. Ms).
FOR anything In the sewing machine line
go to P. E. Flodman & Co., 1514 Capitol
Ave. (l MS40 Myl2
WESTERN COLLEGE of Tiano Tuning,
Lincoln, Nob.; backed by leading piano
men of Milwaukee and Chicago, with a
capital of 31'.tXt, ofTers young men with
determination a chance to learn this big
finylng profession at extremely low rates
n order to advertise our school In this
section. Applicants must be over 16 years
of age, of clean appearance, good habits
and honest. We place student as soon as
finished with excellent chances of pro
motion. (18) M396 Mylx
NAVAL REVIEW SOUVENIR POSTAL
CARDS, msiled, 25o doz.; entire American;
many foreign selections. Including sreat
Preadnaught. Nutshell Pub. Co., Norfolk,
Va. (1S)wM;.98 3nx
OMAHA Steam Paste Co., manufacturers
pure Hour paste. 2210 Cuming. Telephone
Dou arias 4S21. (18)
RE 1 1. ESTATE DEALERS).
RUSSELL & M' KIT RICK CO., 432 Ramge.
W. H. TURREIJa 16 Patterson Blk. Doug.
1129. (19) SSI
BEARS. 621 N. Y. Life. Tel. Red 917.
PAYNE INV. CO., 1st flr. N. Y. L. Dong.
170. (19) 63
CITY PROPERTY rOR SALE.
HOUSES FOR SALE Also fin lot In No.
part of city: nnces right; easy terms.
Call Doug. 6639 or Doug. 3709. Office, 8320 N.
14th. O. M. UNDERHILL 4 CO.
(19) 797 Myll
v ij i ei.uw.
28th and Cass, S. W. corner, new, large
i-room ana reception nan, mouern, rur
nace, bent plumbing, full cemented base
ment; first floor quarter sawed oak; sec
ond, hard pine. Immediate possession.
$1,600 cash needed. Key at ourofflco.
RYLA'DER & SIMONSON.
302-303 N. Y. Life,
7-roora modern, close to high school, 8t
John's church, boulevard and paved street.
A bargain, $3,360. 2811 Davenport.
N. FENGKR, 626 N. Y. Life.
Tel. Red 3217.
FOR SALE 66 feet front on good business
street, with three houses that pay in
rental a nt 10 per cent on Investment of
$8.50, at which price we will aell the
property. Terms good. Jeff W. Bedford
A Sons, 2306 Cundng. Tel. Douglas 115.
(19) Mj09 30
FOR BALE A fine 40-room 12-sulte flat
building, well located, at a bargain, for
cash. 6-room cottage, nearly new, $1.6u0.
6-room house, nearly new, modern except
hent. $:.U0. These are bargains. Glob
Land and Inv. Co., 1822 Farnam street,
Ouiana, Neb. U9) M933 Ml
THE KERR ABSTRACT CO.'S AB
STRACTS OF TITLES are the safest.
You are protected by a $10,000 bond against
loss by errors. You don't buy a law Suit
when you buy a "Kerr" abstraot. 1614
Harney. Tel. Douglaa 5487. (19)
FOR 8ALETwo modern houses and large
bam, one block nortn of Hansrora park;
Paved atreet, east front, lot 75x160. East
ern owner will sell at a bargain.
Room 1 N. Y. L. Bldg.
A MODEL 7-room house and one acre of
? ""nd. all In fruit, oearlng, one block
rom Florence car line, 3o.'s) Curtis St.
Addreea M A. Stephens. General Deliv
ery, Council Bluffs, la. (19)-663 29x
8-Room House to. Be Moved
Located on Lake St., between 16th and 18th
This must be moved at once. Call at our
oflice and make offer.
HASTINGS HEY DEN, 1701 Farnam Bt
Kountse Place home, eight large rooms,
roodern exceut furnace; house In good
condition; full lot, facing park: perma
nent walks and shade treea; three blocks
to car; good surroundings and sura to
Increase In value; nothing better for tha
- money; must be soid; easy terms.
WRIGHT & LASBURY
Tel. Douglaa 162. 604 S. 16th St
. (1D-626 2
ONLY $14 PER FOOT IN THE
WEST FARNAM DISTRICT
For five nice aouth front building Ills on
Douglas St., west of 4d, all nicely graded,
ready fur building, aolid ground, sewer,
water and gas In slreet. This block Is
rapidly building up with new houses, good
abstract of title, all taxea paid. These are
PAYNE. BOSTWICK tc CO..
Sixth Floor N. Y. Llf Bldg.
Tel. Douglas loll.
FOR SALE House, I rooms, modern ex
cent furnace. 207 Cuming 81 Prlc.
$2.3'J0. Easy terms.
JOHN F. FLACK.
City Savings Bank, 14ih and Douglaa
Cl8 Williamson Co. u-ftB'.d
NOTICE Snap, corner lot In Welt Far.
nam dimici. luoxLS feet; asphait pnve
n.ent, price. $.0X. Address 4J3 S. loth ht.
DEPOSITS In the Neb. L. B Ass'n 1
Letter than mtga. 3 N. Y. Life.
(19i M594 M!
FARM ACQ KAMH LANDS COR a ALU
LAST MOUNTAIN VALLEY LANI8 Th
l. f wheat lai:da In western Canada,
send II rents for our beautiful new pho
tographic aouvenlr entitled. "The Ivike
and t tie Land of the Last Mounts. n V.il
Iev." which ia nut only a wink of art,
but a book of authentic Information.
lth thta souvenir we also send the
Twentieth Century Atlaa of Canada
Win. Ptarson Co.. Ltd., 32 Northern
Bauk biag., Winnipeg. Canada. io-.
REAL ESTATE '
FARM ANIt HA.Nt'H t.A.NUs FOR SAL-
HOM ESTEADS Good farming land near
railroad. Bernard Gillllland. 14 Clayton
lilk., Denver, Colo. (2tU M527 M27x
WANTED Agents to represent us In ths
sale of our Kansas lands. Writ for par
ticulars. Globe Land and Investment Co,
Omaha, Neb. (20) M120
TIMBER 1.ANP. OZARK CO., MO.
800 acres; white oak, sycamore, black and
post oak; So acres under cultivation; 2
houses, barn and other dwellings; 150
fruit bearing trees; iilmndance of watr
In several everlasting springs and plenty
of mail fruit; runs within mile of
While river; owner going west. Price,
W. J. VANNIX, Oainsvlllo, Mo
(20) M823 2
A GOOD farm, wel Improved. 20 miles west
of Omaha, for sale on easy terms, S per
cent Interest, If taken In next 80 davs.
Address Y 244, Bee. (20) 49S
IMPROVED farms In esstern Nebraska;
Sarpy and Douglas counties. B. J. Over
ton, Gretna, Neb. (30) M878
TEXAS AND NEW MEXICO LAND.
Have some rare bargains In Texas and
New Mexico land. fi to 17.50 in acre. Go
and see for yourself; low railroad rates.
For particulars sddrrss
ROBHRT C. DRUESEDOW.
808 New York Life Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
GO TO NORTHERN TEXAS.
As much rainfall as northern Iowa,
rroducea as good crops as eastern Ne
braska, an equable climate; no sudden
rhanges. Land, $11 to $16. Go now be
fore the raise In price, after the harvest
of the big crop now nearly grown. Ex
cursion M.1V ith. GUmore Real Estate
Co., 1419 Douglas St. (20) M523
10,000 HOMESTEADS soon to 'be opened
for settlement on famous Rosebud reser
vation. Send 26c for latest and best map,
best and most reliable information. A.
E. Kull, Sec'y Chamber of Commerce,
Bonesteel, S. D. (20) M9S4 My 2x
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Farm aad Haaefc liail.
FARM FOR RENT.
170-sor farm, near Omaha, for rsnt, 26 per
acra. Very rich, high class corn land;
good house; some alfalfa. W. L. Selby,
440 Board of Trad. Phon Douglas 1510.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
21,000,000 TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property In Omaha; lowest rates;
no delay. Xhomas iJrennan, Room 1. N.
Y. Life, (22) 649
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 farnam St.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. ffead. 1620 Doug.
UNION LOAN V INVEST. CO. I 310 Be
Loans on Real Estate, Bldg.
at IV. and 6 per cent. 'Phone Doug. 2M.
LOWEST RATES Bemis, Paxton Block.
$500 TO $60,000 TO LOAN at lowest rates; n
delay. GARVIN BROS., 1604 FARNAM.
BUILDINO loans on residence property; I
per cent. W. B. Meikl, Ramge Blk.
LOWEST RATES Bemis, Paxton Block.
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H.
Thomas, 606 First National Bank Bldg.
LOANS on Improved Omaha property.
O'KEEFE R. E. CO.. 1001 N. Y. Llfs Bldg.
WANTED City loans. R. C. Peters A Co.
WANTED TO BORROW
$76. one year st ( per cent Interest; good
security. Address H 207, Bes.
(21) 636 30x
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy, oond-nand fumltur.
000k and heating stoves, carpets, linole
ums, office furniture, old clothes and
shoes, pianos, feathers, bed pillows, quilts
and all kinds of tools; or will buy the fur
niture of your houas eomplet. Will buy
antique or mahogany furniture. The high
est prices paid. Cail lb right man. TeL
Doug. tv7L (26) M Myll
CASH paid for old book Crane-Foy Co.,
212 H. 14th. 'Phone Douglaa 1321.
FEATHElf BEDS WANTED 60 cents per
pound paid for old feather beds; send
poatul; will be In tiie city lor one week.
Address Y 98, care Bee. () M5 Ml5x
ONE 1.300 or 1,400-pound horse; must be
city broke, sound and gentle. Repiy to
M. J. Franck, Midland hotel.
ABOUT l.noo brick. W. Comntotv Tel
Doug.as JT24. (2&)-M611 2x
IF YOU have a home that la coating more
than you like, and can spare two o? three
rooms at a price fair to both parties, a
man and wife, who will appreciate, but
not abuse the home privilege, will aladiv
exchange references. Address L 210 Hee.
WANTED TO RENT
W AN I ED To rent furnished hotel In good
live town. Address all communications!
giving terms, general Information, etc.
to Mra George Hansen. Elba, Neb.
WANTED A large room or two small
rooms ensulte, in private family; must
be reasonable and convenient to car
Address P U, care Bee. CAi) 2S3 2Sfx
WANTED By married couple, apartments
in new modern houae; board part of time
no other boarders; references. Addresa
W l. t are Bee. urti.-M4l Jox
WANTED TO RENT
Modern 8 or 9-roum house. Wiil take year
lea or more. Telephone Harney 572.
iX M4H4 3ux
WANTLI to 10-room furnished hous
for the summer; Hanscom park or West
Furnam district preferred; two In family
Telephone Harney 19o. (26l 6-sS I
WANTED To rent a small cottage, 4 or S
rooms, with bath; no ohectln to suburb
If within two blocks of car line W J
BartU-lt. ll a. 2!th St. Tel. Harn-v h'
,, . 126'-Sn lx
SITUATION WANTED Position as book
keeper or office man, snd have had prac
tical (Xiierlenr n lumber, grain hard
ware, implements, flour and feed for
eighteen years, married and a gradual
of Lincoln Business College. Can Kv
the best of references. W. F. Shepprd
111 Ho. 3d St., Council Bluffs, la.
SITUATION WANTED Toung man. mar
ried; clothing and fum inning salesman;
stock man; wld awake, up to date; de
sires a change; mot money; correspond
ence desired. Lock Box No York,
Neb. (D-MO 8x
POSITION WANTED A young printer
wants a position In a countrv oflice at
once. No bad hahlta. About seven years
of experience. Addrefs Y 114. rare Bee
DAY WOMEN furnished free of charge.
Telephone Douglas 1112. (27)-.''
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER: good
referencea. Address V. Bee OfVe, 10
Pearl St.. Council Bluffs. (7)-M:ij 1
lit'.') ELECTRIC LIGHT. $2.5on WATER
Ektenaion Tekamah, Nebraska. Scaled
bids, marked "Proposals for Bonds," will
be received up to 8 o'clock i. tn.. on May
12. lto7, for the purchasing nf the following
10-year option bonds of th cltv of Te
kamah, Nebraska: $10. electric light.
$2,f water extension. Bonds were au
thorized by the electors at a special elec
tion held Msrch 2H, i07. by a vote of more
than three-fourths majority. Bonds will
be dated June 1, 1907, snd become due and
payable June 1. 1W7, Interest not to exceed
5 per cent snnually. and will tw of $1.(
denomination, except five for I.M'O Sepa
rate bids will be made for the entire
amount nf each class, stating distinctly
the amount of premium offered and that
accrued Interest, If any. will be paid up
to nnd Including date of delivery of bonds,
and must be accompanied by a certified
check upon A solvent bank for t-VO upon
the electric light and $w) upon the water
extension honds. Bids for less than par
will not be considered. Checks of unsuc
cessful bidders will be returned Immedi
ately after award. The right reserved to
reject any and all bids. Bunded Indebted
ness including this issue, 7, .'; assessed
valuation of I9HK, 1.4.773; population esti
mated, 1,800. M. S. M GREW, City Clerk.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed bids or proposals will be
received at (he office of A O. Hower,
president of the board of trustees of
th Fit st M. E. church of Kearney,
Nebraska, until 12 o'clock noon, June
1, 1917, for the erection and construc
tion nf the First M. E. church, on
the present church grounds at corner Ave
nue A and 22d street. Separate bids will
be received for the following estimates:
Carpenter work, mason work, stone, work,
f Mastering, heating, glass, plumbing, pnlnt
ng. electrlo wiring. All bids must be ac
companied by a rettlfled check for St least
2 per cent of the amount nf the bid as
an evidence of good faith on part of bidder.
Bids will slso be received for erection and
construction of church complete in one con
tract. Plans and eecinratinne are on file
at :h otllco of A. G. Bower, Kearney, Ne
braska. Tho board leservea the right to re
ject any and all bills. By order of the
board of trustees. W. W. BARNEY. Sec
retary. WANTED SEALED BIDS FOR ERECT
Ing a 25.000-bushel modern grain ele
vator ut Farwell, Nebraska, are culled for
by the Farmers' Grain and Supply Com
pany, to be In hands of their building
committee not later than May 9, 1907.
Plans, specifications nnd certlllod check
for $100 must accompany the olds or be
r resented by bidders. Committee reserves
he right to reject any and all bids. Build
ing committee: GEORGE IRWIN, JOHN
ZELEWSKI, PETER KROGH. 30d2t
NOTICE-SEALED BIDS WILL BE RE
celved on or before It) o'clock a. ni., Mav
I, 19n7, at the office of the land commis
sioner or secretarr of the state of Ne
braska for the furnishing and erecting of
one engine boiler of 1.'5 II. P. cagiaclty and
one engine of 10 H. P.. both of the above
at th state penitentiary at Lincoln, Ne
braska. Specifications now on file tn th
office of the secretary. GEO. C. JUNKIN,
Secretary of the Board of Public Lands
and Buildings. A26-dl4t
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
celved At office of Treasurer, Battle Moun
tain Sanitarium, N. H. D. V. 6.. Hot
Springs. South Dakota, until 12 o'clock m.,
May 6, 1907, and then opened, for construct
ing and Installing one f-rty-foot, one-hun-dred-ton
track scale. In accordance with
Instructions and speclUcatlons, copies of
which, with blank proposals and other In
formation, may be had upon application to
Tucker, Tren surer. Ap23-26-30
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER
master, Ft. Mackensle, Wyo., April 8,
1907. eiealed proposals In triplicate will be
received here until 10 a. m. (mountain time)
May 1, 1907, for the construction or ma
cadam ronds and driveways; concrete
walks, curbs and culvert; brick gutters and
cstch-baslns, and . tile drains, at Ft. Mac
kensle. Wyo. Plans and specifications may
be seen at offices of Chief Quartermasters
at Omaha, Denver. St. Paul and Chicago;
Depot Quartermaster, St. Ixiuls, and at this
oflice, at which latter plao u information
may be obtained. U. 8. reserves the right
to accept or reject any or all proposals, or
any part thereor. Proposals should be en
rked In sealed envelopes, marked "Pro
poses for Roads And Walks." and ad
dressed, CAPT. WM. D. DAVIS. Q M , U.
B A. A8-9-10-11-29-30
RAILWAY TIME CARD
UNION STATION' -TENTH AND M ARC Y
Union Pa el a o.
Overland Limited a 9:8 am
Th China and Japan
Fast Mall a 4:15 pm
Colo. A Calif. Ex a 4:15 pm
a 8:18 pm
a . 30
California A Or. Eg. .a 4 25 pm a 1:10 pm
Los Angeles Limited. ...al2:06 pm a!0:45 pm
, , """,. a 1:00 am a d:oo pm
Colorado Special a 7:16 am a 7:44 am
North Platte Local a 8:10 am a 4:50 pm
Beatrice Local b 8:00 pm bll:45 pm
Chicago, Rock Islann A 1'acige.
Chicago Limited a 1:16 am a 7:10 am
tfiwva T io 1
. 7:00 am a 4:30 pm
a 8:45 pm
b 1:56 pm
a 1:.1R nm
- ' ' uji.'h ill
Chicago (Eastern Ex.). .a 6:06 pm
Chicago (Iowa Lmtd ). a 1:35 pm
Rocky Mountain Lmtd. .a 7:9) am a 8:05 a
Colo. & Cal. Express. ...a 1:50 pm a 4:50 p
Okl. A Texas Express, .a 4:10 pm aL2:05 p
jiiicuiii, r uirDury ana
..a 8:50 pm alO 10 am
K.C. A St. L. Exp
K. C. A St- L. Exp
Nebraska Local ..
Des Moines Local
.a 1:00 am a 1:30 am
...all lS pm
...a 2:00 pm
a 4:15 pm
a 8:30 am
St. Louis Express
a 1:30 nm
Ot LOUIS L.ora
a t:56 am
b 5:00 pm
St. Paul A Minneapolis
St. Paul A Minneapolis.
.. 7:45 nm
.. 2:80 nm
Chi. A Colo. Special...
California A Ore. Exp.
A ft. Paal.
.a 7:65 am a 7 30
.a 6:45 pm
.a fi::ia nm
uveriana Limited ....
i-es ftioinee st
Minn. & St. Paul Exp
.b 1:45 am bll:00 pm
..a 8:00 am
. .b 1 00 am
a 7 'J0
a 6:Uu pm
Minn. A bt. Paul Lmtd. a 8:30 nm
lilt-ana - iiirllincilrni
Cadar Rapijal'ass a 7: am a 6 OS
1 win City Express a 7:60 am al):u0
Chicago Day,Kl.v a 8:oD am all:li
Chicago Loca" Vl - all:30 am a 3:46
Sioux City Lca"'"Wa I 50 pm a 26
Carroll Local JL pm ilw
?." 'J1,1' Limited.
Overlaid Limited .
Lincol eChadron ..
Lk,. i.ncoin .
Haatit tJs-Huperlur .
.a 1.23 I.m
. 'a 1:31
..a In ,.-
- r z a :i
..a 7:40 am v ai,5
. b 7:40 am
.a I vi pm
.a 3 00 pm
b I 00 pm
.b l td prn
a 6:0 P'u
b t.txl i'in
BlRlUKtiTON STATIOX lOIII Ac MASO
j Ie ve.
Denv t A California.. ..a 410 pm
Black jllllls a 4.W piu
Nort seat Special a 4 hi pin
Nort sest Express ail K) pin
Nebrhlka Express a :lo sin
Nebi ka I-ocal g .ou Kin
Line in ahm
Lint n Fast Mail b 2:00 pin
Lint n Iral
Ft. . 00k A Plattsm'th.b l.V pm
Plan-mouth a 7 50 pin
Der.-r Limited .
Bel; u A Pac. June, a 8 .Ti am
Chi sf' Special a 7:26 am
Chi -t' Express a 1.45 pin
Chi . Flyer a I.c5 pni
Ioi I-cal a ! 16 am
St. I juis Exiiress a 4.4. pm
Kiti City-St. Joe a!0 )6 pm
Ki City-Ft. Joe a 15 nm
ti,:..- City-6t. Jo a 4.46 pm
a 1:80 pm
a 3:30 pm
a 3.30 pm
a 7:10 am
a 7:46 pm
a 7 .46 pm
a 9:ufi am
a 7:3" pm
bid. 26 am
a 8:10 am
a 7 lo um
a 1 SO pm
a 7:26 am
a I 56 pin
a 7:2r. pin
al" 'J pm
all AO am
a 4 45 am
a 4.10 pm
CROSS LINE ON FORTIETH
E treat Car TrscVi Will Be Kan froa
Tarnim to Cumiitc otrttt
WORK WILL BE BEGUN WITHOUT DELAY
Half Ike Namber of Farnam atreet
Cars Will He Han to da
lag and Halt to
A cross-town line on Fortieth street has
been decided upon by the Omaha A Coun
cil Blurts Street Railway company and
work will br begun on (he line at once.
The city engineer has authorised the com
pany to lay th double tracks, which will
run from Fortieth and Dodge streets to
Fortieth and Cuming. A short Jog Is made
on Fortieth street at Davenport to tli
West, and the line will connect with th
Farnam street line at Fortieth and Dodg
streets. When the line la completed half
the Farnam street cars will las run to
Fortieth and Cuming streets, where they
w ill stop, and lis If will run to Dundee.
Work will be begun at once on the block
between Dodge and Davenport streets, as
this atreet Is to be paved and the directors
wih to Install the tracks befoie the paving
Work also has been authorlicd on a new
track from Thirteenth and Davenport
streets west on Davenport to Fifteenth and
north on Fifteenth lo Webster streets. Thli
line Is to be built to avoid th numerous
crossings of the railroad tracks which
would be necessary when th Northwestern
builds Its tracks to the new freight depot
w hich Is now In com so of construction.
Two crossings are now necessary over the
Mlaasourl Pacific track, and these Will b
done away with by the change.
Condalt for New 4 ablra.
James) Jensen has been awarded the con
tract by the Omaha A Council Bluffs Street
Railway company for the laying of th
conduits to cany the high voltage cables
for transmitting the power from the new
plant to the outlaying stations. Power la
to be carried at 13,ou0 volts and reduced to
550 volts at the converting stations which
will be built. The contract calls for th
construction of conduits from the power
station on tho river to Seventeenth and
Farnam streets, and from there to tha
new station at Twenty-seventh and lAk
streets nnd from some point on th Farnam
street conduit to South Omaha, probably
out Thirteenth street.
This Is part of the betterment which the
street railway is making In Its power plant.
For this purpose $:100,000 has licen author
ised to be expended In a new power plant.
In the conduits and substations. The
foundation Is now being Installed for the
new generator at the power plant and ma
teria Ut expected soon o errlve for this.
The company also Is going to relay the
light rails with heavier ones on the line to
Fairmont park In Council Bluffs. This
work will be done as soon as the heavier
rails, which have been ordered for some
FLYNN TURNS OVER TOOLS
Street Coinmtsalnaer Transfers to
City Engineer Pnbllo Works
Street Commissioner Flynn Mondsy morn
ing formally turned over to Oily Engineer
Rosewater such tool and effects as should
b under the engineer's Jurisdiction by vir
tue of a recent law establishing the "pnbllo
works department" and giving to the en
gineer such work as street grading, cross
walks and gutters, formerly under the
street commissioner. There In now left In
tho funds to be turned over by the street
commissioner I32,0X). The street commis
sioner will have charge of only street
In connection with the street cleaning,
Commissioner Flynn said:
"I will be unable to do tne street cleaning
In a proper manner until the holes In the
pavements are fixed. I cannot run the
large sweepers over these broken pave
ments to any advantage and the hand work
Is slow. As soon as the downtown pave
ments are repaired I will begin the large
machine work early In the morning and
have men with barrels follow up work
during the day. Twelve barrels on wheels
have Just been made for (his purpose."
The new set of bids for supplies for the
asphalt repair plant will be opened In the
city engineer's office next Friday afternoon.
HEARING ON COOPERS RATES
Contest Will Be Heard Be for J. H.
Marble for Interstate Caa
111 err e Commission.
An Interstate Commerce commission hear
ing will be held In Omaha Tuesday at 10:20
a. m. at the federal building on the matter
of rates for cooperage material. The case
Is that of the Omaha Cooperage company
against the National, Chattanooga A Bt,
Louis railroad and the Burlington -road.
The company complains of ths unreasona
bleness of the rates on cooperage materials
to South Omaha from Tennessee as com
pared with rates on similar material to
Keokuk, la., and to Alexandria, Mo. The
hearing will be held before Commissioner
J. II. Marble, special commissioner for tho
Interstate Commerce commission.
The following building permits hav been
Issued: George Bwotioda, Twenty-fourth
and Fort, JiOoO dwelling.
RAILWAY TIME CARD-tONT,I,lKD
WEBSTER STATION-lStb A WKBSTai
Chicago, It. Paal, Mlaaeaaolle
Twin City Passenger. , .b 6:30 am b 9:10 pm
Sioux City Passenger... a 2.00 pm all ZOuui
Emerson Loral b 6: 16 pm b 1:10 am
Emerson Loral c 2:46 am 0 1:50 pm
Ixiriu via Weeping
Water a 8 (6 am e:M pin
Falls City Ixical a 3 60 pm all 20 pm
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, d Dally
except Saturday, c Sunday only. Dally
JAPAN, CHINA, PHILIPPINES,
HONOLULU and AUSTRALIA
N. It- the ltrsl Mall nreaniars of tb
C&9ADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
7 f iimI iesuien tn ths Driest, heoor. ii
ij tk.- Kui.rM of Uitna." 10 I h..ur, btHwi
V.nro,,,, na .oSohams. ll 1 srlsr.71 ' Alh.
i. - ' M"Sela" lr,.vMe,u..,i,onl!ji,
lalSraT J7 " f"' oelisl ll
"'" "'" Vn-ti-w to Yokohama. Rob.
PaSaMkl.Miaiishal, Hulls Bleas aao MaaOlik
gswrSM ml Cfeln Mir l kuuiia Jane li
AlksuUa Juu ni,rM of J-psa July I
gmpr-M ot loins Juns it T.rt.r . July U
from Taaooavsr to XoBolola aad ayaaey.
aliowr M.r ,(.n July 11
AorDti Ju. liMm-era Aug 14
fror TAlea. lnf'-rm(1oii u4 htai.turt tpplr u
A- C. Sal AW, Osb'1 Agt., gag Cbark SW
ALLAN LIKE OCEAN STEAMSHIPS
LlVCftPOOU OLAiOoW, UMIXJN, HAVR&
Mow Mimumi VICTORIAN n4 VIHUIMAR,
trip. mrbin) ogii., ad4 TL'NIBIAW, COst
H' AN .u4 IuMaN, ilQ-crwf. iUmiatrl
tall. oo ftr 4Mfcir trom MoMhIAU bsainc 4am
its HuiurjMu kU. t-Kwrrviiosi ki? ljr 4iis.L.
Ao)lttUu4atUUU UttUI'laa4l lllM ktMCMU H
14 ttj)wru, aroi4 ctlo $44 tM u4 ' ttr4 Uia
Usa Lt.n ItMrntnl t u and uVsartU.
ALLAH A CMI-A-NT, li JkM kvu;., Chlu
Powered by Open ONI