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TlIK OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY. MAY 4. 1007.
CFFERFD FOR RENT
NICELT furnished rooms, day. wk or
month; price reasorablo. 1.S14 Iodne ft.
WO front rooms furn'shrd. with use of
piano; eo'itheasi fp'niji; m'drti; $15
per month. 'Phone Harney 72!
il5 7T.9 I
NICE comfortable room In new m d rn
nous, walking d.Mnnr, with email fam
ily of adult, rent raonbl. 115 N.
3th. 'Phone Red 4:63. l6i-mo 9x
IWO nlrely furnished room. modrn; tel
phona. W . 'Mti Ave. 15-(li J2
LAEGG front room. with srijoiivns: bed
room. $6. Zl N. 19th St. I1M-MM4 l"x
CENTRAL, modern, I d-slrable rooms, bath
and hall, to good tenant. 2JU N. i3d.
TWO rooms. 1130 N. 17th St.
Hon rkreplnf Rooms.
TWO nicely furnished front rooma, com
plete for light housekeeping ?HH Daven
port. (15) MJM M3x
HOUSEKEEPING rooms. SH S. lth.
St. Inquire ad floor.
$2. 191! nc.'gs
(15) M 143 4x
TWO nicely furnisl ed rximi fcr light
housekeeping. 4i5 N. 13d St. (l6)-49 5
FOR RENT Two large modern rront
rooma, en stilte. In private family, fur
light housekeeping oi roomers. Address
243, care Bee.
(15) M9 4
Apartment and Flats.
FOR RENT Three-room modern flat, 5911
Douglas, ground floor; rent reasonable.
Globe I .and and Investment Co , lsi Far
nam St. (15;-MZ3
FOR PJSNT-I1S per month. 7-r'om mod
em flat opposite yton's brewery. 1H44 N.
18th. Inquire 410 8. 10th St.
(15 MT92 9
f L RNISHEI) bouse for the summer in
Kountxe Place. References required Ad
dress Q 240. Bee. (li M7TS 6
Honses and Cstlagtt,
OMAHA Van A Storage Co. puck, more,
tore H. H. gods; storehouse 11-10-24 N.
Mh. Office 1611 Farnam. Tel. Dong. 1519.
TTriTr5F! " Prta of the city. R.
HUlOrjO c Pet-ra Co., Bee R!dg.
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
prices. Tel. Douglas 15J5. Brhmoller &
Mueller Piano Co., 13U-U13 Farnam.
240S Emmet, lot 97x115, nice ahade, south
front, 8 rooms, modern, barn, .!.
O KEBFM REAL ESTATE CO..
1001 N. Y. Life Bldg. 11. Douglaa 2152.
(15 M.-61 4
DOT CLARK ST., 4 rooms, owner pays water
rent. Hi; Davenport St., ? rooma,
modern, tcS; C52 8. Jth Rt., rooms, mod
ern. 30. R.rgwalt Bros., y S. 15th St.
EE us when shipping household goods to
Uirge -lt's west; we can save you mnev.
EXPRESHMtN DELIVERY CO, 214 N.
1Mb Hi. Tel. Douglas 11&. (15) 162
WR MOVE PIANOS - Maggard Van and
Storage Co. Tel. Douglaa Mini. Office 17i3
Webster St. U6 16J
IO RENT A modern l-eiom house, prac
tically new, corner 40th and Lafayette
Ave.; $40 per month. Apply to Dr. It. M.
McClaoahan, 1312 N. 4uih tit. (15) tU
HOUSES ,n of the clt'r- Tha
UVUOiO 0 F Davis Co.. Bee Bldg.
t4Q4 Boyd St. $3u. Moaern except heat.
C. O. CAHLDEKO,
HI N. T. Ufa Bldg. Phone Red 7497.
. (1) M.n ft
Nine-room modern house, pew furnace,
north part of city, ib.
4 C M. BACHMANN.
436 Paxton Block.
HOUSES, Insurance. RlngwaJt, Barker Blk.
3704 FAHNAJd, 11-room modern brick house,
Iti: to private famiiy only. Warren M.
Rogers, Z7o Farnam. (IS) fcfc
ROOMS, modern. 8S27 Charles, $27.60;
newly papered. Tel. I). 67$. B. H. Robl
son. (15) 216
FOR RENT May L 10-room house, mod
ern; tine location. Inquire at 541 Park
Ave. U)-t My4x
TJNBQUALED. central, all modern 7-room
house. Apply Tlaaid. 24) N. 23d.
FOR RENT Nice 8-room house, opposite
Hanscom park, $34. 'Phone Douglaa 5.3.
FOR RENT Modern brick houses. 1124 snd
1124) 8. list St.; In first-class repair; nice
yard; low rent to desirable tenants who
will sign lease for one year ThcmaS
Brennan. Room 1 New York Life Bldg.
(16) MCS (
FINEST IN OMAHA.
(04 No. 21st, easy walking
distance, new pressed brick
house, osk flnlNh and floors,
electric and gas light, splendid
- plumbing, tile flours in bull
and vestibule, beautiful new
decorating throughout. Noth
PAYNE, BOSTW1CK & CO..
$01 N. T. Life Bldg. (15) 833 $
fX PER MONTH for 4617 Farnam St., 10
rooms, modern except furuace, all tn
good repair, large yard.
lit per month, 2Jw; Fowler Ave., 6 rooms,
modern except furnace.
$17 per month, r N. loth St., S-room oot-
UUEORGBJ CO., 1601 Farnam St
(15) W0 I
FOR RENT-Oermanta Hall or B!Jo
Theater building, lsU to 1816 Harney;
Store, omce and theater; on long lease.
k P. Dodge at Co., 1714 marnam.
tfll HARNEY ST. floors and basement.
Mil J0 feet; suitable for wholesale. Uc
Csgus Investment Co., 1606 Dodg St.
THE entire building now occupied by ths
Dally News, 44x80 feet, I stories and base
ment. MoCague Investment Co., 1M6
Dodga Be (15) IM
U02-04 HARNEY St.. t stories and base
ment, kbiue feet, good elevator, fine loca
tion for wholesale business; can be leased
on fsvorable terms.
GJbXlKGE 4k CO.. 1601 Farnam St.
as &n s
ONTO large offlce room. grourfU floor, Ed
wwrd Cielghton Institute Bldg., 210 8. 18t.il
Bu, opposite city haJL Inquire building.
FOR RENT "
APPLY TO W. R. HOM AN,
1417 FARNAM 6T. TEL. DOUGLAS 1A.
FOR REST-Dk. room tn Bee offlce. city
hall bulidlsg. 41T N. lith St dt.mh
Qgiaha. Apply ,0 manager. (15)-U4
ROOM 4. Continental block, and Urge re-
eepuou room; very suitable fur dentist's
or doctor's offlce; tewtr windows, liobt
H Bennett. Agent. Room n. Continental
Blk. (15 !;
DESK room ror rent, w per month. 310
kes Bid. 'Phons t. (15-ls40 lu
FOR R17NT Ths beat located corner store
In Oniaiia, Farnam and li h Sts.. Moar-l
of Trade Bldg. ties P. H. Phllbin. SeMita
7 Inn at. o per month
to4 Farnam lit-, I I per month. I
k4 Faroes pti j pr month
N. P. DODOH 4k CO,. 1714 FARNAM ST. 1
8TORBS OOM, 1KB) Jt ltb, fpa. Bern a,
Put oa D a, (U j
OFFERED FOR RENT
FOn RENT-Two foora abovs the Jewell
theater. 1611 Douglas St . 2.x70 ft.; VS
month. Berks A Co., 9. N. T. IJfe.
'Phone t'ouglas 7497. CM 7t
DKS1RARLE store, south front. JOSx
feet, with dry basement and steam heat.
if.-o Fsrnsm St j
IA1 Howard St., three stories and cement"!
reeen.ert with electric elevator; skylight
In top flour.
F. D. WEAD.
15-'4 Douglas St
FOR RENT One-half store. First fl or.
. r amain St.. r.'ilji. also all seond mor,
; 44xlin. between 11th and l.th PL Freight
j- and pussengr elevator. The Putrrsn rn
! M N. Y. Life. (1 K3
OFFERED FOR SALE
ANCHOR and Iron fencing; wire fencing
5c per foot- :u5 N. 17th St. Tel. Red SI 4.
ZD-HAND furniture bought and sold: busi
ness oi the square. Rosenberg Co., f r
merly with Ch.t-ago Furn. Co.. HO S 14th.
D. &SS5. (lo)-M84i Myl2
FOR SALE Furniture of 4-room apart
ment, cheap. ZZi N. 23d St., flat I
Tool and nilllfird Tables.
FOR SALE New and secondhand billiard
and pool tables. We lead the world In
cheap bar fixtures; easy payments. Hruns-wlck'Balke-Collendar.
4X7 S. lt'ih St.
Pianos, Organs. Masleal laatrnments.
FOR SALE Good Kmerson upright piano,
at a sacrlllce. Apply 2413 Hamilton
PIANO Square $10; fio cents weekly. Per
fleld Pluno Co., lt.ll Farnam St.
J. W. PEPPER Hlide trombone, silver
plated. ld-,!atd horn. In sole leather
oate, used six weeks, cost new 174, wilt
sell for 140 cash. Susi N. 1Mb. St.
(16) 43o M4x
Greatest Piano Bargains in
15 UPRIGHT PIANOS,
100 TO 1125.
Wgner upright, dark wamut case I 60
Kimball upright, ehonized case 65
New England upright, rosewood case.... 75
Kimball upright, walnut case 85
Gem upnght, ebonlted case 115
Checkering upright, rosewood case 11
Smith Bames umiitht. oak case 155
Opera upright, oak case 175
I J. C. Klfher aipnght, burl walnut case.. 2"0
ivers it rma upright, bun walnut case, i.'o
STEINWAY. VOSE. KMERSON. HAlv
LET & DAVIS and other square pianos, tl&
t-5, to5 and up.
Mason & Hnmlln. Kimball, Estey and
other organs, tlO, J15. f3 and up.
Terms to suit convenience of purchaser.
Please take notice, every instrument is fuily
guaranteed. Money refunded If not satis
factory. We rent new pianos from 13 up
ward, also move, store, tune and repair In
struments of all makes Call or write at
once If you wish to obtain choice of bar-
"ScilMOLLER & MUELLER,
Tel. Douglas ISA. 1311-1313 Farnam St.
$L,00 DISCOUNT on Knabe Upright atyle F.
in perfect condition, used only three
months and taken In trade.
MATTHEWS PIANO CO.,
1513-15 Harney St.. Omaha, Neb.
Typewriters and "erring Machines.
ONE Remington typewriter, No. 6, in good
condition, for sale cheap. Call at Bee
A PRACTICALLY new Densmore, at i
very low price, 602 Bee building.
06) M731 8x
FOX TYPEWRITER, used S months, and
2.00 desk, for Srt.OO. Inquire at 113 N.
lth street- (16) M850 10x
MY RECIPE for cleaning wall paper costs
6c per room to clean paper. Hend one
dollar for recipe. Address, V. W. Price,
Platlsmouth, Neb. (16) MflOO 8x
FOR SALE First-class store fixtures,
showcases, etc. Globe Land and Invest
ment Co., Is22 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
BILLARD Uble. 4 balls
thlni; complete cheap.
tnd cues; every
tl6 517 3i'X
GAS AND ELECTRIC
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
We furnish estimates. If you are
going to build, write for catalogue.
BURGESS -GRANDEX CO.,
US 8. 16th. 'Phone Doug. ML
BEFORE buying your coupon books call
up lnnepenaent Ifw Co. ana get our rates.
'l ei. Ka 6JU9
(lt M416 Mix
AWNINGS; they're not expensive Call
Doug. ftcS and our representative 111 call.
Omaha Tent and Awning Co. (16 17J
FOR SALE Mrrgenthalcr Linotype ma
chine, model No. $; first class Condition;
a snap if taken immediately,. Address W.
H. Copaon, 1511 Jackson St., Omaha.
FEW bargains In 2d-hnd soda fountains:
monthly payments. Derlghl, U18 Farnm.
SEND us your mall orders for drugs;
freight pjld on 110 lota Myers-Dillon
Drug Co.. Omaha (18) 176
A FEW tee boxes for sale st vour own
price. 107 N. Uth St. (16) MJ M13
FOR SALE Australian Wonder a grass
seed perfectly hardy in every respect,
grows where bluegraas fall. Perfect
velvet lawns guaranteed. Price, $0 cents
per pound. Dr. A. H. Miller. P. O. bog
ill. Denver, Colo. (18) MSVT 10
FOR BALE 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 $10 or more If
this advertisement U presented. Horns
Credit Clothing Co., 1620 Dodga
HALL'S safes, new, 2d-hand. 181$ Farnam.
FOR BALE A Hospe Co. certificate to
apply on purchase of piano. Address
P 231. Bee. (lo)-M;31 $
Made ot Iron, about 1 feet high and I feet
long, having a width of to 12 Inches;
haa a plate-glass front with reflector In
rear; would make a handsome ornament
tor window display or in the home. Call
at business office of The Bee and ask to
see It. (16 $36
MAPLE TREES AT WHOLESALE.
Two to three incnes dormant and In prime
condition for sle, at Twin City Nursery,
14th Ave and 36lh St.. Council BlufTa.
'Phone 111L (16) M815
FOR BALE All the leading periodicals
published. Foreolgn publications a spe
cialty. Birthday, wedding and souvenir
nof,'d 8olu VfODl.T'!:fM ,0r al!
periodicals published. Mail orders will
'SffiTZE1 A BLATTERT.
! News DeaUis and Stationers. Ill S 15th 8t.
i (16 MJ-l M5
' BHERWIN WILLIAMS CO.. best mixed
pain t. Sherman at McConnell Drug Co.
lis 1 .8
MILLET SEED A. W. Warner, SCI N. lth.
1 (ij 1:
I . .
FOR BALE Australian Wonder a grass
seed perfectly hardy In every respect,
grows where blue grass fails; perlect
velvet lawns guaranteed. Price, 30 cents
per pound. Dr. A. H. Miller, P. O. Box
1 tti. Denver, Colo.
HOME-MADE GRIPS WINE, 1 TEARS
OLD. $1 FF.ft 1 ALI.ON. CACKLE Y
BROS.. OPPOSITE P. O
ONT Fa-CANni.E POWER NERSST lamp.
I vaeap. Address M JSi, Bee. U) 754 4a
Your "right" mano
OFFERED FCR SALE
P.esley Letter Cabinet
Made of walnut and having two indexed
filing esses; an ornamental and useful of
flce fixture, at a barpaln. See Wright, at
The Bee business office. (lt 333
TO BUY or sell any buslnoes or property
call on Ganstad. 4ua Bee Bldg. (15 MU'.l
FIRST-CLASS GRAPES. 3c; cherriee. 2?c;
raapbernes. lc; apples, loc; evergreens. -;
seeUa and b'llbs reasonable. Catalogue
free. Cyrus Harvey. Altoona. Ia
rid IP? Tires 25c and up. E. E. Lau-vJU'-'.A-U-l.
rence- Leavenworth St.
(1 ZM MJ6
FOR SALE Frame rortlon of building No.
714 So. 15th St.. to lie moved or torn down
at once. Apply Milton Rogers Pons Co.
FOR SALE lo
Inquire 2118 I
loads of fine rotted manure.
. 41st. 'Phone Hnrney IMS.
(16 1S3 3x
4x5 REFLEX CAMERA, focal plane shut
ter, V. 3. Optical Co.'s 6:8 anast'.nnt lens,
three holders. A No. 1 condition, cost
i", sell $3". W. O. Howard, care J. G.
Woodard Co., Council Bluffs, la.
06 MS71 6
GROCER'S tee box; cheap. 107 N. 12th.
(IB) 770 Junel
r r muvrr I. retant iitnrti.r snd ma- I
chine designer. Psxton Blk. Tel. Red
7117. (17)-738 MylO
LARSON CO. Book free.
CITY STEAM LAUNDRY Shirts prtssed.
not Ironed. 211 8. 11th St. Tel. Doug. 254.
THE SALVATION ARMY' solicits cast-off
clothing; in fact, anything you do not
need. We collect, repair and sell, at 114
N. Uth St.. for cost of collecting, to the
worthy poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 4135 and
wagon will call. (18) 611
SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mall; cut
B rices. Send for free catalogue. Myera
Ullon Drug Co.. Omaha. (18) 186
Dyeing and cleaning, sponging and shrink,
ing only 5c per yard. Send for price list
GOLDMAN PLEATING CO,
It Douglas Block. Tel. Douglas 1936.
BEWINO machines rented, any make. Tfo
per week or $2 per month. Second-hand
machines for sale, $6 and up. Nebraska
Cycle Co., 15th and Harney. (IS) 184
trt CC A nX? Swedish movement. (18
iUAOOiiUiJBn,,,,-, Rm. 23. Co. Bluffs.
M n VVrTlr,treatment and bath. Mme.
AUir.iilLBmlhi m N. i5thi 2(i nuor.
PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOMEv Mrs.
Dr. Klne, 1310 N. 24th St. Tel. Doug. 3:!t.
FOR anything In the sewing machine line
go to P. E. Flodman Co.. 1514 Capitol
Are. USJ-MS40 Mil
WESTERN COLLEGE of Piano Tuning,
Lincoln. Neb.: backed by leading piano
men of Milwaukee and Chicago, with a
capital of $100,000, offers young men with
determination a chance 4o learn this big
paying profession at extremely low rstes
In 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 ss
finished with excellent chances of pro
motion. (18) M396 MIX
IF PARENTS of Mildred W.. In Los An
geles, will answer this adv. will . learn
something of great Importance. Address
W 249, care The Bee, Omaha. Neb.
(18) M675 7x
RUPTURE CUREDNo knife, no deten
tion from business. QUICK CURE RUP
TURE CO., over 8. W. Cor. 14th and
Douglas, Omaha. (IS) M658 MJX
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
RUSSELL. & M KITRICK CO., 43 Ramge.
(19) 5 -w
W. H. TURRELL, 16 Patterson Blk. Doug.
BEARS, 821 N. T. Life. Tel. Red 7.
PAYNE 1NV. CO.. 1st fir. N. Y. L. DouB.
ALFRED C. KENNEDY. 209 First Natl
bank bldg. 'Phone Doug. 723. 19) ii0
GEORGE 6V COMPANY.
1601 Farr.am. Tel. Douglaa 756.
R. C. PETERS, Bee Bldg.
C1TT PROPERTY FOR I A LB.
904 8. S3d St.. 10-room house,
all modern; hot air furnace,
basement under entire house,
X largo rooms finished In attic,
house well built, lot 44x126 feet,
east front on asphalt paved
street, in good neighborhood;
barn on premises, $ head of
horses For particulars, see
GEORGE COMPANY, Bole Agents,
1601 Farnam BL
(19) M 4
THE KERR ABSTRACT CO.'S AB
STRACTS OF TITLES are the safest.
You are protected by a llv.'XO bond against
loss by errois. You don ' buy a law suit
when you buy a "Keir" abstract. 16i4
Harney. Tel. Douglas 5487. (19)
WEST FARNAM HOME
New house, built two years sgo; has
rooms, good reception room, parlor, din
Ing room and kitchen, large pantiy and re
frigerator room on lit floor, 4 bed rcomi
and bath on 2d floor, combination stair
way, full cemented cellar, with One fur
nace: east-front, 60-ft. lot. Lot alone is
worth $l,5u); one block from Farnam car
line; house Is 132 South 41st St.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1704 FARNAM BT. (tt)-763 t
GOOD CHANCE FOR HOME OR INVEST
MENT. l-room house In separate apartments cf 4
rdoms each, good neighborhood, near two
car lines, walking distance of business
district; renting 1.4; rent of one part will
more than pay Interest on half purchase
price 1:.20. If Interested, address B 11.
Be oOics. (u 763 6z
NOTICE Snap, corner lot In West Farnam
district. 1".'XK6 feet; asphalt pavement;
pries, $3.00u. Address 4-3 B. Uth St.
FOR BALE House, rooms, modern ex
cept furnace, i-7 Cuiniog riu Prke,
$3.3tA Ea-sy terms
JOHN F. FLACK.
City Savings Bank. 16th and Douglaa
may bo among the Deo's subscribers
him unless you advertise in the Dee.
C1TT PROPF.nTY FOR 8AL.R.
5 acres, productive land,
west of Benson, fenced and
covered with good sod. Prl'e
$300 per acre. This Is a snap.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
1st Floor N. T. Life Eldg.
Tel. Douglas 1781.
WANTED TO SELly-Parn, In rear of 3511
Harney street. B S. Caldwell. ?( 8.
16th St. 'Phone Douglas T.
Think of It 5-room house,
barns, sheds, granaries, etc.;
full acre of ground, with
splendid spring and well, lots
of trees. This is Just the
place for a dairyman or truck
gardener. If you want it see
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
1st Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.
Tel. Douglas 17S1.
(19) 35 5
S-room house, modern except furnace, lot
40xi:,5. east front, e wl view of the city,
a desirable home, north part of city.
TURRELL & CO.,
Room 16, Patterson Bldg.
(19J M 4
FOR SALE Nica home. 7 rooms, part
modern, fine lot, concrete walks, 100 feet
from 24th street car. Price reduced from
$i,i0 to $2,0U0, for quick sale. Phone
1'oug. 6;9. O. M. Underhlll & Co., office
13J0 N 24th St- (19) 797 Mil
1S13 Manderson, 3-room house,
city water, nice shade, room
for three cottages, lot 60x140,
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1001 N. Y. Life Building.
Telephone Douglas 2152.
i CLOSE TO B. & M. DEPOTS
70S Pierce St., S large rooms, and summer
kitchen. In good repair; south front;
walking distance to wholesale district
and on car line; for quick sale, $2,800.
BERKA A CO., 938 N. Y. Life.
'Phone Douglas 7497.
NEARLY MODERN HOUSE
OWNER MUST HAVE
And will sell 7-room, south front house
on lot 44xlA feet, one-half block from
Dodge street car line, permanent sidewalk,
city water, sewer, closet, seven large rooms,
newly papered Inside last fall, needs about
tl'Jb spent on outside and house will be
worth $2,000. See us quick, if you want
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, 1704 Farnam St.
(19) 7u9 3 '
7-room modern, close to high school, St
John's church, boulevard and paved street.
A bargain, $3,350. 2S11 Davenport.
N. FENGER. 626 N. Y. Life.
Tel. Red 3217.
FOR SALE Frame portion of building No.
724 60. 19th St., to be moved or torn down
at once. Apply Milton Rogers t Sons Co.
FRAME HOUSE TO BE MOVED.
Size, 2)x34. two stories, modern, located
st N. E. Corner iOth and Leavenworth
Sts. Must be moved at once. Apply
1 Hilton Rogers & Sons Co.. 14:h and I Far 11 am
AVictrnrtfa ot title; quick service. 'Phone
rvusiIU(.L3 for priceil Guarantee Ab
stract Co., Patterson Bik. Phune Red 2947.
(19) M60) Mll
FOR 6ALE Two modern housese and large
barn, one block north of Hanscom park;
icu sw Ctrl, rBi num., lui m&ut'j. jLrfiat-
ern owner will sell at a bargain.
Room 1 N. Y. L. Bldg.
c3- Williamson Co.u-&B
DEPOSITS In the Neb. L. A B. Ass'n U
better than mtgs. 1 N. Y. Life.
Into this Bernls Park bargain, lot 60x167.
fronting on two streets. 4-room cottage,
modern except heat, one-fourth block to
car and only $2,300. Owner going west,
hence the price.
'Phjne Doug. 6S5. Paxton Block.
Owner of three lots one-half block from
Ames Ave., new extension (two blocks
from present end of car line.) All choice
lots on grade for $T.o0 cash, or $550 on time.
Each lot will bring $4X) by next spring.
fc e us shout these at once.
HASTINGS ic HEYDEN. 17o4 Farnam St.
FARM AHD RANCH LA US FOR IALE.
THE FINEST CANADIAN WHEAT
".AND 8 are in the Last Mountain valiey.
the heart of the Saskatchewan mheat
HOMESTEADS Good farming land near
railroad. Bernard Olllllland. 14 Clayton
Blk.. Denver, Colo. (Ju M527 M.'7x
FOR RALE A bargain. Ninety nrrri fruit
or sugar beet lana, witn rorty-ne inches.
perpetual water right; good svstem of
ditches, land loins city limits of Fruits.
In the Grand valley. Mesa county, Colo
rado. Small houses, land fenced, cleared
and partly under cultivation; small or
chard; good schools snd churches, sujr
beet factory at Grand Junction, elvrn
miles Beets. $6 per ton. f. o. b. Fruit.
Fifteenth acres in alfalfa $j5 per acre
Address A. E. Case. Fruits, Colo.
OOj MS9 T
REAL ESTATE For sale, section of A No.
1 unimproved farm land in Cheyenne
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1 ...V ..7. ;.., np'lv "lore, wholesale house, or as traveling F.merson Ieal b 6 4 pm b 9 10 a
matter etc on uesu Wm Pearson u.,mln by christian, marred Scandi- Emerson Iocal c 3:46 am ei:Mp
Co.. Ltd.. 1 Northern Bank Bldg.. Jf in- naVlan of middle age; many years' expe- Ml.,nrl Poelte.
nipeg. Canada. (2o nence In different lines. Box Sm. R. D. i Tf-l via Wr,in-
county, Colorado; within four miles of sdjreeeed V. K. Hart. quartermaster,
railroad and market. Address H F. I'nited fttates army. Id charge of construe
Bteluke, KaiispelL, Mont (As-M) 7s ; Uoo, Cheyemto, Wyo. AL 1-1-e-e-sv-sl
thn you can't reach
Isn't it worth trying?
BBgSX'iill'l i ifty
FARM AND RAIH I.AUI FOR SALB
WANTED Agents to represent us In the
sale of our Kansas lands. Write for par
tleulara. Globe Land and Investment Co.,
Omaha. Neb. (2-p M4A)
A GOOD farm, well Improved. miles west
of Omaha, for sale on easy terms, 5 pr
cent Interest. If taken In next diys.
Address Y 244. Bee. (30) 4!to
IMPROVED farms In eastrn Nebraska;
Sarpy and Douglas counties. B. J. Over
ton, Gretna, Neb. (20) MS7B
CHOICE section In Kimball county at $5.60
pT acre; & acres aa level as a floor,
14n acres rolling; nil gjod soil and only
ten miles from Kimball; terma $1.& caah,
balance on long time; write us for bar
gains In western land American Land
and Immigration Co., Sidney, Neb.
FOR RENT Chicken farm. Herman Sonv
mer, 6H't S. 10th SU (.) 8J6 6x
90-ACRE farm In Johnson county. A. J.
Flerson. Sol N 20th St., or T. H. McClana
han. Elk Creek. Neb. (2 MS63 lox
FOR SALE Ten-acre fruit farm, adjoin
ing Ashland. Neb. G. C. Reed. Fort
Crook, Neb. (20) MtsJS 15x
REAL ESTATE for sale, relinquishment
to an x-acre homestead; 4-room house,
barn. well, fencing; also stage line; can
live on homestead and run line; $1'0 pr
month for carrying mall; $1.5u0 csh will
handle it. Address Box 19", Bllendale,
N. It. (20) M46 6x
TEXAS AND NEW MEXICO LAND.
Have some rare bargains In Texas and
New Mexico land, $5 to $7.50 an acre. Go
and see for yourself; low railroad rates.
For particulars address
ROBERT C. DRUESEDOW,
809 New York Life Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
(20) 437 .
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Farm and Ranch Laada.
FARM FOR RENT.
40 acres on West Center street. 5-room
house, good granary, barn, etc. ; lease
on reasonnble terms.
GEORGE & CO., 1601 Farnam St.
-4?1) MSF4 5
REAL ESTATE LOANS
ll.onp.ooo TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property In Omaha; lowest rates;
no delay. Thomas Brennan, Room INI.
WANTED City loans snd warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam St.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Wead, 1520 Doug.
$2,000,000 to lend on Omaha city property.
Loans for building purposes. Borrowers
permitted to make partial payments on
any interest paying date.
W. H. THOMAS,
603 First National Bank Bldg.
LOWEST RATES Bemis, Paxton Block.
$500 TO $50,000 TO LOAN at loweBt ratea; no
delay. GARVIN BROS.. 1804 FARNAM.
BUILDING loans on residence property; 6
per cent. W. B. MelkJe. Kamge Block.
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H.
Thomas, 60S First National Bank Bldg.
LOANS on Improved Omaha propertv.
O'KEEFE R. E. CO., 1001 N. Y. Life Bldg.
WANTED City loans. B, C. Peters A Co.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To- buy, second-hand furniture,
cook and heating stoves, carpets, linole
ums. 01 ice jurn mare, om c ome, ana
shoes .pianos, fathers, bed pillows quilts
and all kinds of tools; or w 11 buy the fur -
nlture of your house complete. Will buy
antique or mahogany furniture. The high-
est prices paid. Call the right man. Tel.
Douglas 3971. , .25) Myl7
CASH paid for old book
j 213 8
14th. Phone Do
FEATHER BEDS WANTED 60 cents per
pound paid for eld feather teds; semj
postal; will be In the city for one wee.
Address Y 93. care Bee. (26) M5t6 M15x
WANTED To buy good Davis sewing ma
chine. Address L 2"-"7. care Bee.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED A store suitable for bakery
bustnesi. H. A. Welckganannt. 4'U)
Beward St. (2ti)638 6x
, oromrww ji.i.i.t , .
rark preferred, modern rurnlshed house
or apartment, for two months, commene-
Address W 233. Bee.
(26) M74S 4x
WANTET One or two partially furnished
rooma ror nitni nouseaeening. close in.
Must be reasonable.
Address F Bee. I
(26I-M7M bx I
TOI'NO lady wanta room and board In 1
private family. Reference considered. Ad
dress N 246, omaha Bee. (J)-' bx
POSITION WANTED A young printer
wanta a poaition in a country office at
once. No bad hahita. About seven years
of experience. Address Y 114. care Bee.
JAPANESE boy who can talk English
wanta position in town. Address I U,
care Bee. (2T) Ms54 6x
route 1. FTederlc, Wis.
(27 M&16 lOx
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER-
master. ineytnne, yo., uay 1, 1SJ7.
Sealed proposals In triplicate, will be re-
ceived al this office, until 11 30 a. m., June
1. 19u7. at ahlch time they will he opened
In public, for furnishing all materUl and
labor required and laying approximately
9.656 square feet ot concrete sniewalka and
l' squars feet of stone road crossings st
Fort D. A. Kuesell, Wyo., In accordance
with plans snd specifications on file at this
offlce. Blank forms of proposals and full
1 rltrht ia rS4rvd to rttect knv and ail bid
Information turoisnea on application, irn
or parts of bids. Envelopes containing pro-
- k I. a u .
concrete walks and stons crossings," snd
r1"" "'"." . . ..
' OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER-
master. Tort Mackentle. Wyo . May 1,
17. Sealed proposals
furnishing an.1 Installmi
In triplicate, tor
g fixture, making
service connections and installing water
meters In buildings, snd transformers, for
electrlo lighting st this post will be re
ceived here until 1 a. m. (mountain tlmei,
June 1, 1S"07. Plans snd specifications mar
be seen at ofllree of depot quartermaster.
Pt liuls, chief quartermaster. Omaha.
Denver, Chicago snd Ft. Paul. no at this
office, at which latter plice all Information
may be obtained. United States reserves
the right to accept or reject any or all
fclds. or any part thereof. Enclose rro
posuls In sealed envelopes marked. 'Tr
posls for Electric Fixtures." addressed
Captain William I). Davis, qunrtermnsrer,
L'nltd States army. M. 1-2-J-4-JO-S1
FORT MEADE. B. D., APRIL 29. 17 -8ealed
propnsala In triplicate, for the con
struction of macadam roads and cement
walks will be received here until 1 p. m..
June 1, J7. Information furnished upon
application. Plans and specifications may
be seen at quartermaster offices. Omaha
and Denver and at this office. I" S. re
servea right to accept or rrject any or nil
proposals or any part thereof. Envelopes
containing proposals should be marked
"Propoeils for roads and walks. Fort
Meade. P l addressed t - Lieut. D. H
Btddle. Constructing Quartermsster.
otTlce. Fort IV Moines. Ia.. Mav 1. 1"7.
Sealed proposals In triplicate will be re-1
celved here until 11 a. m.. standard time. I
Frldav. Mav si. 19m. for furnishing and In-
stalling certain machinery In the bake house I
nlehed on application, t. nlted states re-
serves the rlaht to accent or reject any or
all proposals, or parts thereof. Envelopes
eontilnlng proposals should be endorsed.
"Proposals for Bake House Machinery.''
and addressed W. E. Cole, quartermaster
major. M. 1-2-3-4
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
United States reclamstlon service, wash-1
Inaton. D. C. April 30. 190,. Sealed pro- !
posals will be received at the omce or in"
United States reclamation service. Belle
Fourche. S. D.. until 4 o'clock p. m.. May
i. 1907, for the construction or soutn canai,
section 2-6, and structures, sections J-8. In- , . ,, . ,
volvlng approximately 7.r.o cubic yards pf the m"n ,n Manitoba were carried out
of canal excavation. 7.200 cubic yards of ! to the letter.
concrete and 1.2 llnenr feet of tunnel, in I "Now. let 'em come out In their sum
connection with the Belle Fourche project. . . . ,i,.-ii
8outh Dakota. Plans, specifications and ! m"r and ny K"t- Reckon they II
proposal blanks may be obtained from the
Inaton. D C Crawford. Neb., or P,tle
Fourche, S. D. JAMES RUDOLPH OAR
FIELD, Secretary. A27M4-11-18.
NOTICE SEALED BIDS WILL BE RE
celved on or before 10 o'clock a. m.. May
f, 1907, at the office of the land commis
sioner or secretary cf the state of Ne
braska for the furnishing and erecting of
one engine boiler of 125 li. P. capacity and
one engine of 190 H. P.. both of the above
at the state penitentiary at Lincoln, Ne
braska. Specifications now on file in the
office of the secretary. GEO. C. JUNKIN.
Secretary of the Board of Public Lands
and Buildings. A-dl4t
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED
bids for the erection snd completion of
an aaaiuon to scnooi house in Waterloo.
specifications adopted by the Board of Edu-
cation, will be received by the unflor-1
signed up to and Including May 16. 1K.'T
Plans and specifications may be seen at;
the offlce of the secretary In Waterloo, or
at the office of J. J. neright & Co.. ofiha.
Neb. 11. B. WALDRON. Secretary.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
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Los Angeles Limited al2:i pm al0:4S pm
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North Platte Local a 8:10 am a 4:50 nm
Beatrice Local b 1:00 pm bl2:46 pm
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Chicago Limited a 3:15 am a 7:10 am
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Chicago Mail a 8 45 pm
Iowa Local nl2:o5 pm b 9 56 pm
Chicago (Eastern Ex.). .a 6:06 pm a 1:36 pm
Chicago (Iowa Lmtd )..a 6:33 pm al2;i6 pm
Rocky Mountain Lmtd.. a 7:?0 am a $ 06 am
Colo. A Cal. Express. ..a 1:50 pm a 4:50 pm
Okl. Texas Express, a 4:40 pm al2:05 pm
Lincoln. Falrbury and
Bellevue , a 8:50 pm al0:10 am
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(Nebraska Local a 2:00 pm all:40am
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St. Louis Local (from
Bluffs ...a 9.55 am a 10 30 nm
Stanherry I.och1 (from
Council Bluffs) b (.00 pm bll :30 am
Chlraao Great Western.
St. Paul A Minneapolis.. $:30 pm
11 t pm
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Chi. A Colo. 8tK-clal....a 7:55 am a 7:30 am
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Lvs Moines A Cedar
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BI RLIXGTO TATION JOTIf A MASO!,
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Plattsroouth 16" pin a 8 10 am
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a 7 26 am a 7 fi tm
Chicago Flyer .
:2 :?-'2SSi;joh-v Cudshy in Chicago.
a 9 15 am alO M pm
a 4:45 pm all:) am,
St. Louis Express.
Kansas Citv-St. Joe alO:45 pm a 6 46 am
j Kansas Clty-St. Joe a9 15 a
m a 6:10 pro ,
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Wat-r a $ 06 am a 6 30 pm
Falls City Local a 1:50 pm alii-) pm
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, d Dally
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OCEAN STEAMSHIPS 1
NOILS ON OMAHA SOllET.
an. . E funderlsog GirM Vh'H
Tcorotntett t FisUb EoUL
WELSH ORDERS SNOW fOR FIELD ClUB
Weather Prophet sad Old Boreas
Tat Their Heads Together sad
Ralae laila tor the
The Field club opening Is set for Patur
day, May 4. and It's a go. snow or shins.
To whom the mistake was due cannot b
said, but the fact remains that the Invita
tion to Colonel Welsh. United Btstes
weather forecaster, was mis-sent. Colonel
Welsh knew from the papers that the club
was to open. Friends told him they had
received their Invitations. Pally the col
onel looked for his Invitation. He waited
until Friday, the day before the opening,
but It did not come.
Then, It Is said. Colonel Welsh 'got
busy." It was rather late snd there was
no precedent for
hut the colonel w
a snowstorm In May,
but the colonel was not to be frustrated.
There was no snow nearer than Manitoba,
whfn ,he rreather maker there learned
that a brother had been slighted he or-
dered one of the swiftest storms out ot
the garage and In charge of a chauffeur
loaned by Old Boreas sent it Immediately
siruenon to me storm irora me man in
the storm did Its beat.
1 , .u, iinv. of the Country nluh
1 Arrlv Ing at the links of the Country olu
lit covered them with snow. Boreas roared
nrounrl the hmiM and In fart, the orders
look after the interests of our men mors
closely In the future." muttered the storm
as It retreated toward the north.
Women's Whist Tonrnnmeat.
Mrs. W, C. Sunderland, president of the
Renaissance Whist club, gave a whist
tournament Thursday afternoon at tha
Paxton hotel, her guests not being con
fined to members of any one club.
Play began at 10 o'clock In the morning,
and at the close of the first series a de
light ful luncheon was served and ths
pryes for the morning awarded to Mrs.
David Sargent and Mrs. James McKenna.
east snd west, and Mrs. Charles Clapp and
Mrs. C. K. Coutant, north and south. For
the afternoon play prlxes were won by
Mrs. R. W. Bailey and Mrs. Will Redlok.
north and south, and Mrs. Edwsrd Martin
and Mrs. Frank Colpetser, eaat and west.
1 ne Prl,' wor oeautirui lime ciud pins,
Seven tables were placed for the gams,
I Th,. nr...n, ..r, 1 t r uj...
. ' ' ' .' . '
Mrs' Frank Colpetser, Mrs. Edward Mar
tin, Mrs. C K. Coutant, Mrs. Charles
Sweet, Mrs. C. P. McLean. Mrs. Thomas
Orelgh. Mrs. R. E. Welsh, Mrs W. H.
Wilbur, Mrs. E. C. McShane. Mrs. H. H.
Fish, Mrs. Arthur Scrlbner, Mrs. E. W.
Gunther, Mrs. W. H. Wilbur, Mrs. D. V.
Sholes, Mrs. James Chadwlck. Mrs. F. K.
Sanborn, Mrs. A. O. Edwards, Mrs. F. E.
Hall, Mrs. Elisabeth Bishop, Mrs. F. 8.
fcJi'son, Mrs. David Sargent, Mrs. Elmer
i Neville. Mrs. Charles Clartn Mra norr
I Haverstlck. Mrs. Thomas Crelgh snd Mra.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Edghlll celebrated
lS:wnl.,.,. .... .
Ine r "Iln WPaalneT anniversary Wednesday
evening, when their guests were mostly
those who had attended their wedding In
1902. Clothespins snd red hearts were used
In decorating the rooma ' Refreshments
were served from wooden plates and for
favors each guest was given a clothespin
gully sttlred as a doll. Preceding the card
game a few musical numbers were given
by Miss Genevieve Dennison, Mr. Redman
and Mr. Gould Prlxes for high five wer
won hy Miss Ida Ebert and Mr. Walter
Conklln. Mr. and Mrs. Edghlll were ths
recipients of many beautiful as well as use
ful wooden gifts. About thirty guests were
Charch Women Give May Party.
The new officers of the aid society of tha
Lowe Avenue Presbyterian church, which
Include Mrs A. O. Peterson, president; Mrs.
P. M. Conklln, vice president; Mrs. George
Damon, secretary, and Mrs. William Henry
Brown, treasurer, gave a most enjoyable
May party Thursday evening In the church.
All of the women brought a May basket
filled with supper for two. On entering
they were placed on a large table in ths
center of which was a May pole. Hers Mr.
Lester Hutchinson served ss auctioneer, ths
men buying ths well-filled May baskets,
finding the name of their partner Inside.
Fifteen small tables were placed for re
freshments. Besides a thoroughly good
time a gratifying sum was realised for ths
West Farnnm Kenslnsrton.
A delightful meeting of ths West Farnam
Kensington club was held Thursday after
noon at the home of Mrs. P. T. Walton.
e guests of the club were: Mrs. Joseph
tx snd Mrs. J. E. Walton of Kearney.
..ai.pm a am : Neb and Mrg T. A .Walton. The members
a 3:4s pm 1 m , .
. .a 6:60 pm a 7.: am i Present were: Mrs. 8. Snets, Mrs. Robert
a 2:o3 pm i J. Douglas, Mrs. C. C. Shinier, Mrs. N. W.
::2 Sii I'm llmDh- Mi- v- - Lmn- Mr- c-w-Hln-
..a 8:38 pm a 9:31 am xle, Mrs. G. Spethmann. Mrs. F. E. Young,
ura. W. 8. Ilea ton. Mrs. W. E. Haves.
Mrs S. Frostier and Mrs. Walton. Ths olub
will be entertained again In two weeks at
ths home of Mrs. F. E. Young.
Mrs. Henry F. Wyman was hostess Fri
day at a pretty luncheon.
Mrs. Jay Foster gave a very informal
luncheon Thursday, followed by a matinee)
party at the Burwood In honor of Mrs.
Griffin of Chicago, guest of Mra Douglaa
! B. Welpton.
Ths postponed meeting of ths Travelers
I Protective association auxiliary wlU maet
', Wednesday afternoon at ths horns of Mrs.
: Henry Smith on Lincoln boulevard.
1 . p,.,.,, h. fc
Mr' E A Culahy Postponed her
dinner at the Country club Saturday even
1 In, mini tn I h - --rl r.i 1 lllnsa n t XI -
Mrs. R. W. Bailey, Mra (C. K. Coutant,
Mra Thomas Orr, Mrs. Edwsrd Martin anV
Mra John Baldwin have gone to New York
City to attend the snnual Women's Whist
congress, which opens Monday morning at
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hitchcock and
daughter, Miss Ruth, left Friday for New
York, expecting to leave there In a few days
for a summer In France.
$15o AND CP.
Routh America. Special Tour July 3d.
Kouxtd ths World. 6 Limited parties.
Travelers Checks Good All Over the
World. Individual Travel Tickets
THOS. COOK & SON
M6 Broadway. New York.
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