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TIIE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY. MAY 0, 1907.
OFFERED FOR RENT
atlnkliic Hawass Continued.
, MODFR!? suite of housekeeping rivmi,
steam bt: ) other roomt. ?Zs Fur
nam. TeL. Douglas 220s. . (15 1
TWO nicely furnished rooms for light
i housekeeping; private fauuiy. 41 N. ;V!d.
t . Apartments. Fl(.
FOR HENT TlirM-finm modern flt. tl;
Douglas- ground floor; rent ressonahle.
Globe Land and Investment Co., 123 Far
'! nam 8L (ln)-MX3
FDR RENT 111 per month, 7-rr,om mod
rn nal apposite Utort brewery, 1144 N.
ttth. Inquire 410 8. 10th St. ....
NICE e-room apartment at 816 H. 26'h St.
(16) 3i 9x
Houses lit Cottages.
. OMAHA Vani A Storage Co. park, move,
at ore H. H. goods, storehouse 11-20-2-4 N.
18th. Office 1611 Farnam. Tel. Doug. H-
TTnTTOTLl In all carta of the cltv. R.
c. Peters A Co.. Bee Bids-.
f WB DO expert piano moving at lowest
tj prices. .Tel. Douglas lit'ift. Snhmoller &
r Mueller Flu no Co., 1311-1311 Farnam,
Rlngwalt. Barker Rlk.
. (Id) 13
BEE UB when shipping household goods to
large olMes west; we fn save you nionrv.
EXPRESSMEN DELIVERY CO.. 214 N.
16th St. lei. Douglas 1196. (lu) 162
WB MOVE PIANOS Magvard Vn and
Storage Co. Tel. Douglas 1490. Ofllca 1713
- Webatef Bt. (15) 16J
TO RENT A modern i R-room house, prac
. tlcally new, corner 40th and ljfayette
Ave.: 140 per month; Apply to Vr. II. M.
( MoClanahan, 1S12 N. 401 h Ht. (16) 436
.. . s (i6j lai
1704 FARNAM. 11-room modern brick house.
VAi to private, family only. Warren M.
' Rogers, 2708 t'a-nim, (16) fJ
FOR RENT Fully modern flat, 6 large
rooma and receDtlon hall. In DSviiiae
- BUJg 400
4 larga rooma, 108 8. 4th Bt 11.00
-room cottage, 264(1 Davenport St 125 00
lUlirX . W." 11U131.NO, IBM FAKPtAM HI.
- ' (16) MIM
aewly.naperad. . Tal. 1). 673. B. I'l. Hobl-
FOR i RKNT Nloa l-room house, bpposlta
- - Huticom park, 34 'Phone Douglas 623.
-I." (16) MS
t WEW brick houses, park Art, and Jack-
-aonj strictly modern. Tel. Niamey 10 10.
. (1)M280 11
A MODEL 7-room house- and one acre of
ground, all In fruit, bearing, one block
from Florence cat line. 1039 Curtis Ave.
.1,, Address M. A. Stephana, General Deliv
ery. Council Bluffs. Ia. (16) M324 13
"V ., FOR RENT.
-TTflS Bo. 2th St.. 10-r.. all modern. 140.
141 Ciltol Ave.. 6-r- port modem. 117.60.
" I rooms, alt modern. In Hanacom Park dls
'trlot near Field club, 40 per month. Will
-' .make reduction on a year s lease.
TRT3 BTRON REED COMPANY.
. Phone Doug. 297.
Ill Bo. 14th Bt.
(16) 128 8
I HAVE an 8-room modern house, Hon
, ,epm Park dtHtrtct; best furnace, open
.-plumbing, screens, etc. To right party,
(26 snd water reU. J. C. Seldon, 409 8.
. loth St. k . 05) 11391 10X
I rooms . WTf Wirt. 111.
I rooms, 2434 Franklin, modern ezoept heat.
-v t moms, 4n Burt St., close In, gas, water,
. IUrRKLL'sV CO.. II Patteraon Bullying.
... FOR RENT -A modern 10-room house In
. West Farnam district; price, 160. Oood
V 'barn and large lot; occupant will sell part
rf the tarnlture If desired. Address J Z74,
06 Mara- x
(ft RENT 4 rooms, otty water. 8134
(Mason St., IS... U. M. Bachmann, '486
I raxton Blkt v - x 16 sua
SPLENDID BRICK HOUSES.
yi. 21 st St.. Mir walkinc- dMta.noe.
" r rooms with everything n the way of up
TVdate, strictly modern Improvements.
rhett are ' new and boautirolly decorated
throughout, the best rental houses In
Omaha, for 160 per month: quick possession,
PAVNE. BOBTW1CK A CO., A K. Y. Life.
(16 0 I
f-ROOM new brick house, hot water heat.
hardwood finish and floors, strictly up-to-
date In every detail; easy walking ais
tance; corner ' mtt and Dewey Ave.
nearlv ready to move Into. Harrison
Morton, 913 N. X. Life Bldg. Tt-lophone
LJouglaa 314. (lo) MMl
r-ROOU modern cottage. 717 N. 2Sd.
. . - - (15) MS3 16
FOR RENT flermania Hall or Bijou
- Theater ulldlng, 113 to 1814 Harney;
stores, offices and theater; on long lease.
' Ni r LHKige (.e., lii4 farnam. -f
Uni IJARKBT ST. I floors and basement.
WkIO feet; suitable for wholesale. Mo
Cagus investment Co., U04 Dodge Bt.
.' (1 494
TH10 entire building now occupied by th
- Dally News. 44 x 30 feet, I stories and base-
" ment. McCagua Investment Co.. 16u4
- Dodge Bt. (IS) 49J
. OFFICES . . ,
VIH7 FAKKAM ST. TEL. DOUGLAS ML
VBOOH 4, Continental block, and large re-
cepuon room, very tuiuiwa lor aeitiisi i
or doctor s office; tower windows, Rubt
H. benualt. Agent. Room IX, Coatlnental
FOR RKNT-Desk room In Bee office, city
hail building, til in. xatn tL, Pout
, Omaha. .-Afpljr to tnanager, (16) 134
ii DESK room for rent, per month. HO
Ilea Bldf. 'Phone -Douglas 2904.
, , . . .. (i-MS40 1
THREB north Ugh, offices. Conservative
Trust Bldg., 114 barney. Inquire in
. basement. (la ata tx
FOR RENT Tbe best located corner store
In Omaha. Farnam and IHth 8ts, Boar
of Trade Bldg. See P. H. Phllbln, Sohlit
Hotel. , . . (15) 167
FOR RENT Two floors above the Jew'
........ , . ..... ' " ' - . ' ..v w , ,w
month. Berk a 4V CO., 28 N. Y. Lire
"Phone Douglas 7497. 06)-7b I
Pax ton Blk.
110k N. 18th.
7 DESIRABLE- store, south front. 104x80
feet, wHh dry basement and steam heat,
I Farnam fit
I !! Howard St.. three stejries and cemented
basement with electric elevator: skylight
' In . top floor.
...- 1 F. D. WEAD.
J) y lr'24 Douglas St.
.TOR RENT-One-balf store. First floor.
' harnam m.. zixlJu, alro all second floor,
' 4-.X1JU, between llth and 12th 8L Freight
" and passenger elevator. The Put pis n Co.,
6U4 N. '.' Life. (16 8
""EXCELLENT store room; fine location for
relall business; very reasonable. Apply
607 Bo, J91U tft. (16)-M381 lox
- $20 Store room and two living rooms in
rear,- with- city water. Jam Famam St.
rO trge store room and baaement ifill
. Harney St. -N.
P. DODGE CO., 1714 Farnam St.
- WHEN yea write to advertisers, remember
It take but a few scratches of ths pen
to Stale that you saw the ad. In The Bee.
OFFERED FOR SALE
4ron fenolng; wire fencing
a ar Beat.
M . -Uth BU Tel. Red 814.
OFFERED FOR SALE
2D-1IAND furniture bought anil aoM: busi
ness or the square. Rosenberg Co , fnr
mtrlr mil ti Chicago Furn. Co., 1"! S. 141 h.
D. fc6. (H)-MMJ Myll
FURNITURE of two rooms complete for
light housekeeping; would rather sell
sltogether. 2221 Leavenworth str.
(14) M30s lSx
Pianos, Ortan, Maalral Instruments.
Notice the followlnc haraalna In allahtlv
sed upright or square pianos and organs:
in upright, Wnlnut ense ......I 65
ne New Kngland upright 90
no Jimraii, ebony rase n
ne Chlckrrina. rosewood rase... 1.16
One llallet A Davis, walnut rase 1'W
ne J. K. Fischer, walnut case 16
One Steger & Hons, oak esse fco
Una Hnahe baby grnnd, good as new sw
14 Htelnway. Kmerson. ose rions ana
Mathusheck pianos. 3. .'& and up. 16
Mnsnn A Hamlin, Kimball, Estey and other
rgans. 110. 115. $J0 and up. Every Instru
ment fully guaranteed Money bark If not
satisfactory. Terms. 13 to 110 rash and fioe
to 11 weekly. Call or write at once. We
move, store, tuna ana repair instruments or
all makes. Tel. Douglas HiS.
SCIIMOLLER & MUELLER
1311 and 1313 Farnam BL
:oo DlrorXT on Knabe Upright style F,
In pertect condition, usea oniy tnree
months and taken In trade.
MATTHEWS PIANO CO..
1513-16 Harney St., Omaha, Neb.
FOR SALE Good Emerson upright piano.
at a sacrifice. Apply 2413 Hamilton.
PIANO Square. 110; 60 cents weekly. Per-
rteia nano Co., ibll Farnam bt.
Poal and Rill lard Tables.
FOR BALE New and secondhand billiard
snd pool tables. We lead the world In
cheap bar fixtures; easy payments. Uruns-wlck-Balke-Cullendar,
407 S. 10th St.
Typewriters and "evrlnsT Machines.
0NH Hemlnpton typewriter, No. S, In good
condition, for sale cheap. Call at Hee
FOX TYPEWRITER, used I months, and
$21.00 desk, for I'jO.00. Inquire at 1139 N.
19th street. (!) M8D0 lOx
TYPEWRITERS Best bar (rains In Omaha,
13.60 to fcV); chII and see our line. Kendes
Typewriter Exchange, 641 Paxtort Blk.
(16) MfcS Jee
FOR SALE One lady's rawhide bound
trunk, size 47x23x34 Inches, seven trays;
top compartment divided for hats, etc.;
secret drawer, tour-bottle rack; suitable
for chiffonier; cost $125; price, $36. Ad
dress N-278. care ee. (16) M185
4 balls and cues; every-
cheap. 'Phone Harney
(16) 617 SOx
OAS AND ELECTRIC
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
We furnish estimates. If you are
going . to build, write for catalogue.
, BURGESS -GRANDEN CO.,
til 8. 16th. 'Phone Doug. 6.8L
. , (16J-178
Black and white fine straw, price fl, at
1202 8, 13th Bt., corner Pierce St.
(19) MS16 9
AWNINGS; they're not expensive. Call
Doug, hit and our representative will call.
Omaha Tent and Awning Co. - (18i 173
FEW bargains In 2d-hand soda fountains;
mommy payments, uerigoi, isis i-ainm.
BEND us your mall
orders for drugs;
freight paid on $10
Drug Co., Omaha.
A FEW Ice boxee for sale st your own
price. 107 N. Wh SU 06) M&S M13
A BARGAIN 8 Counters, 4 glass show
cases, 1 3-lb. coffee mills, spice cans, meas
ures, scales aud other store fixtures. $37.
Cash or on time.
E. Ii. SMITH. 9 and A. So. Omaha.
FOR SALE Australian Wonder a grass
seed perfectly hardy .in every respect,
crows whero blues rass falls. Perfect
velvet lawns guaranteed. Price, 30 cents
er pound. Dr. A. H. Miller. P. O. box
1, Denver, Colo. 04) M997 10
FOR SALE Men's and women's ready-to-
wear clotning; new biock just received.
One dollar will be' credited to your ac
count on a purchase of $10 or more If
this advertisement In presented. Home
Credit Clothing CO., 1620 Dodge.
(16) M421 Mil
WHEN you write to advertisers remember
it takes but an extra, stroxe or two or
the pen to mention the fact that you saw
the ad la The Bee.
HALL'S safes, new, 2d-hand. 1818 Farnntn.
FOR SALE A Hospe Co. word contest ser
tlhcate to apply on purchase of piano. Ad
dress P 23U (1) M733 10
FOR BALE Australian Wonder a grass
. seed perfectly hardy In every reaped.
grows where blue grass falls; perfect
' velvet lawns guaranteed. Price, 30 cents
per pound. Dr. A. H. Miller, P. O. Box
41, Denver, Colo. (IS) M998 10
Bosley Letter Cabinet '
Made of walnut and having two- indexed
ttllr.g esses: an ornamental and useful of
fice fixture, at a bargain. 6ee Wright, at
The Bee business office. (lti) 333
Made of Iron, about 1 feet high and I feet
long, naving a width of S to 13 Inches
has a piste-glass front with reflector in
rear; would inaks a handsome ornament
for window display or In the home. Call
at business olllco of The Bee and ask to
. see It. (!) 836
MAPLE TREES AT WHOLESALH.
Two to three inches dormant and In prime
conamon iur i;, hi i win iiy iNumerv,
14th Ave and ith Bt.. Council Bluffs.
'Phone 1211. U6J M816
BHERWIN WILLIAMS CO., best mixed
paint. Sherman 4k Mcconneil Irug Co,
MILLET SEED A. W. Wsgner. 801 N. ICth.
fin f T?rP Tires 23c and up. E. E. Lau-
w vxo. r.nctti X7,M Leaven wc
r worth St.
(16) 290 114
TO BUY or sell sny business or property
call on Uanntad. 40J Bee Bldg. (16) Mist
HOME-MADE ORAPE WINE. 10 YEARS
OLD, $1 FF.K UALI-ON. CACKLE V
BROS., OPPUoITL P. O.
GROCER'S Ice box;
cheap. W7 N. 12th.
(IS) 770 June!
FOR SALE Picture machine slides. Films
Mt outtit for $75. 2uu4 Blnney.
Ui)-M139 11 X
HARNESS, saddles, trunks, traveling bags;
some good baric&lns. Alfred Cornish A
Co., K,0 Farnam St. (16) M9X! 11 X
FOR SALEFlrst-class store fixtures,
showcases, etc. Globe Lsnd and invest
ment C lm.Furnuin bt-, Omaha. Neb,
ELECTPJC run ah. ut In flue condition. Ad
dress L 310. care bee. (16) So4 14x
D. O. BAKN'LLI, patent attorney and ma
chine designer. I'axton Ilk. TeL Red
, 7117. (17) 7SK MyjO
LARSON & -CO. Book free.
CITY STEAM LAUNDRY Shirts pressed,
not Ironed. tU 8. 11th St. Tal. Doug. t-A.
SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mall: cut
prices. Bend for free catalogua. Myers
Dillon Drug Co., Omaha. (18 11
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits cast-olt
clothing; in fact, anything you do not
need. We collect, repair and sell, at lit
N. llth St., for cost of collecting, to the
worthy poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 413 aud
wagon will call. (18) 611
Dyeing and cleaning, sponging and shrink,
lng only 6c per yard. Send for price Hat
GOLDMAN PLEATING CO..
M Douglas Block. Tel. Douglas 19M.
SEWING machines rented, any make, 75o
per week or 13 per month. Second-hand
machines for sale. 86 and up. Nebraska
Cycle Co.. 16tb and alarney. (18)-184
AlAUiNJillV8m,thi m N. 16lh id fl.wr.
FOR anything in the sewing machine line
go to P. K. Flodmsn & Co.. 1614 Capitol
Ave. (18) M840 M12
RUPTURE CURED No knife, no deten
tion from business. QUICK CURB RUP
TURE CO.. over B. W. Cor. 14th and
Douglas, Omaha. OU-M568 Mil
WANTED The use of piano for storing;
no children. Address W 26, care Bee.
(18) 273 9x
A MIDDLE-AGED widow of good common
sense desires acquaintance of gentleman
matrimonially inclined. Address F 271,
Bee. (18) 847 9x
LAST year I had made a dress suit and
Tuxedo coat and vest, all silk lined. They
cost me $106.60 and I'm too fat to wear
them now. They are practically new
and you can have them for $.10. Sice,
between 84 and 88. Height 6 feet. By
paying a fow dollars for alterations you
ran probably get a nice outfit. Address
O 313. care of Bee. (18) 314 12x
THE ELITE, newly established massage
and nam parlors. Kxpert may operator
solicits select patronage.
OS) M336 10X
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
RUSSELL & M'KITttICK CO.. 43$ Ramge.
TURRELL, 14 Patterson Blk. Doug.
BEARS. 621 N. Y. Life.
Tel. Red 987.
PAYNE INV. CO., 1st flr. N. ,Y. L. Doug.
KENNEDY, X First Nafl
'Phone Doug. 728. (19)440
Tel. Douglas 768.
R. C. PETERS. Bee Bldg.
CITY PROPERTY FOR tALBU
EASY ENOUGH TERMS
$50 Cash, $10 pio.,. 6 - Per Ct. Int
Oood 4-room cottage,' city
water, full oorner lot. on
Burdette St. west of Mili
tary Ave., only $1,250.
Very desirable l-room mod
ern dwelling. In best condi
tion, large corner lot fronting
east, on paved street, perma
nent walks, shade, etc. A
choice home bargain In West
Farnam district, only $3,700.
Eight-room house, good ' re-
Fiair, 3 lots, shade, etc., close ,
n and well located, near 21et
and Center, price $3,000.
Two good 6 and 7-room cot
tages, best repair, city water,
corner lot, permanent walks,
I barns. Snap at $3,600. Your
own terms of payment.
Nine-room house. Partly
new, city water, lot 63x166,
good location, near I7th and
Two fine 12-room modem
apartments, ground 60x180,
east and west frontage, paved
street, permanent walks, etc,
$7,000. Terms to . suit.
Neat 6-room cottage, good aa
new, corner lot, 26th and
Good 6-room cottage,, full lot,
barn and outbuildings, tine lo
cation, near 43d and Corby,
(-room house, full lot, east'
front, close in and well sit
uated, only $1,300.
Two fine east front lots on
Saved street, best location, on
Hillary Ave., near Fatrlok
Ave., paving, sewer, perma
nent sidewalk, gaa and water,
Choice 6-room all modern
' cottage. In best condition, hot
water heat, electric light,
paved street, cement wslks,
etc., finest Inside location, near
20th and Davenport, a bargain
Good 7-room house, city
water, near lih aud Grant
Sis., only $1,060.
Very desirable 8-room mod
ern dwelling, full lot, south -front,
well located, near 29th
and Franklin Sts., a rare bar
gain at $2,2&0.
Good It-room modern dwel
ling or rooming and board
ing apartment, best repair,
close in, near 18th and Leaven
worth Sis., price $6,600.
Bee us today and submit
Russell & McKitrick Co.,
483--4 RAinge Bldg.
15th and Harney 8ti
The two elements needed In
a good investment are In the
Harrison & AWtorw
3316 LAFAYETTE AVE.,
IN BEAUTIFUL BEMIS PARK
Must be sold In 80 days. Own
er's wife is sick and they
must go west. T rooms,
strictly modern. Hot water
heat. Fine view. Nice neigh
borhood. See us. Don't
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
101 N. Y. Ufa Bldg. Tel. Douglas 2161
. .. aM-'18
MAKE IT EASY FOR
SMALL WAY AND BUILD UP
CITY PROPERTY FOR IALB
4 May 11, 1907.
Keystone Park Is not cut up Into small
lots, but from XVa to 10-acre tracts. It
Is one mile west of the postofllce In Ben
son. Contains 660 acres of the most beau
tiful land In Douglas county. It la laid
out like a park, with beautiful winding
drives, lined with two rows of trees on
each side of the road
Beginning Saturday morning at 9 o'clock we
will run automobiles every half hour from
Military avenue. In Benson, through the
grounds. If you are Interested be there
and let us show you that what we claim
Is true. - j
If you csnnot go Saturday and want to go
ny time between now and then, telephone
us and we will arrange to meet you with
an automobile, Prices are right and
PajTie Investment Company,
Main Floor N. Y. L4fe Bldg.
Tel. Douglas 17S1.
D. V. Sholes Company,
110 Board of Trade Bldg.
TeL Douglas 49.
BUY ACRES IN FLO
We are offering this deslr
able suburban property, which
Is' located about seven blocks
northwest from the end of the
street car line In Florence, In
tracts of from three to ten
acres, at prlcea ranging from
8240 to $300 per acre, according
to location. Florence Heights
Is an ideal place for suburban
homes, commanding a mag
nificent view of the river,
lakes, cities and surrounding
country, and affords Its cltl-.
gens the advantage of ft 6-cent
street car fare to and from
Omaha, electric light, telephone
service to Omaha without ex
tra charge, excellent school of
nine grades, and tree delivery
of goods from Florence stores.
Call at our office and get
plats showing prices and de
tailed information regarding
this property and then look at
It at once, as several of the
best sites are still unsold.
1001 Famam Bt.
77th and Bristol, 43x131, near
two car lines, $650.
1st and Evans, 144x128, three
lots, divide. $1,100.
4Sth and Parker, fine suburban
lots east front, 60x120, $175.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1001 N. Y. Life Bldg, Tel. D 2153.
$250 AND UP
DON'T BUY A LOT UNTIL YOU BEB
one ef those finest of all sub
urban building sites; over 40 '
choice lote from which to
select; only 1 blocks south of
Benson business center and
Military Ave. cHr line. We
can make terms to suit. Call
or 'phone Douglas 857 and we
will meet you on the ground.
432-4 Ramge Bldg..
Fifteenth and Harney Sts.
RUSSELL & M'KTTRICK CO.,
One block from car line and
within walking distance, lo
cated near 26th and Davenport
streets, six rooms and bath,
hot water heat. Installed last
winter, electric lights; cosy
home and good investment
Address E 270. care Bee.
P.9 SU lOx
LOWE AVENUE HOME
rooms, strictly modern, hot
water heat, laundry in base
ment, good barn, east front,
all specials paid. Price $6,500.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1001 N. Y. Ufa Bldg. Tel. Douglas 216$.
7-room, new modern house near corner,
full lot. south front. NICE VIEW on easy
terms. Let me snow you a nice houee for
$2. 1 A
biuAKS, Room 621 N. Y. Life. 'Phone 967.
PAYING 12V2 PER CENT
Substantial, Well constructed business cor
ner, never vacant: $4,000 rash, balance
Room 832, Neville Blk., Omaha
(19) MS 40 I
FRAME HOUBE TO BE MOVED.
Bis. 2k34. two stories, modern, located
at N. K. Corner Xnh and Leavenworth
Bia Must be moved at once. Apply
Milton Rogers 4k Sons Co.. 14th and Farnam
4-room, absolutely modern home, choicest
neighborhood, near All Saints' church,
$3,eijo. $160 cash, balance same as rei.t.
P. W. Blerbower, K4 Bee Bldg.
, . ' (19-M371 10x
YOU TO DEGIN
t i t i
CITY PROPERTY FOR PA I.E.
112 SO. 28TII AVE.
8-room cottage, east front,
Int 89x79. 11.800. Terms can be
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1001 N. Y. Life Building.
Tel. Douglas 2162.
ON ACCOUNT OF REMOVAL
I will sell my two houses at a sacrifice.
One 10-room modern, except heat, araiured
for two famHIee; the other 8-room, all mod
ern. First class material In both and well
built, having built them myself. The 10
room hmise, and barn, rent for $37 per
month and I live In the other, but am of
fered $30 per month for same. They are
practically new and to duplicate Improve
ments would cost today at least 8i.5o0.
Paved street and permanent walk. Ground
worth $l,2uu. 1 must sell and 86.6U) will buy
property. Lnoatlcn one and one-fourth
ml U- norlhwent of postottlce. Adilres
N 812, care Bee. (19) M34 10
TWO story brick business building and
cash for Nebraska land. ' Wright
Building. Sioux City, Ia. (19) M309 13
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 "Keir" abstract. 1614
Harney. Tel. Douglas 6487. (V.0
AKctronlo of Utie; quick service. 'Phons
ADhiraClS for prces. Guarantee Ab
stract Co., Patterson Blk. 'Phone Red 2947.
(W M670 M31
Into this Berals Park bargain, lot 60x167,
fronting on two streets. 6-room cottage,
modern except heat, one-fourth block to
car and only $2,300. Owner going west,
hence the price.
'Phone Doug. 68S. Paxton Block.
H, 900 DANDY 6-room cottage near Man-
derson and aa; part modern; lot bixm;
fruit; One block from oar. See us quick.
'Phone Doug. 6639. O. M. Underbill & Co.,
8XW N. 24th. (19) MiJ0 81
$007 N. 24th. nine-room modern house, In
fine shape; cheap. Inquire 2616 N. mn.
(19) M178 llx
NOTICE Snap, corner lot In West Farnam
district, KJxl26 feet; asphalt pavement;
price, $3,000. Address 423 B. 15th St.
FOR BALE Houe, rooms, modern ex
cept furnace, 2807 Cuming St. Piioe,
$2,300. Easy terms.
JOHN F. FLACK.
City Savings Bank, 16th and Douglas.
9-ROOM house and full lot for sale or trade
for smaller house cloai In; near car line.
Inquire owner, 418 N. 25th St.
REAL ESTATE TITLE-TRUST fO
CHAS. B. WILLIAMSON, Pres. V-W.
FOR SALE Two modern housese and large
barn, one block north of Hanacom park;
paved street, east front, lot 76x160. East
ern owner will sell at a bargain.
Room 1 N, Y, L. Bldg.
4314 Maple, 6 rooms, well snd cistern, two
lots, fruit trees, small fruit, also fence.
TURRELL & CO.,
II Patterson Bldg. Tel
10 rooms, modern, on one-half acre, close In,
paved street, $4,200.
V rooms, modern, 36th and Farnam, $5,000.
scant lot. 82d and Chicago.
FENGER, 524 N. Y. Life.
FARM AMD RANCH LANDS FOR SALE.
Canadian Lands For Sale.
Eight sections first class winter wheat land,
eight miles from town with three large
coal mines, output about 2,000 tons per
day, and 400 or EM) Inhabitants, just be
ginning to settle up. land is black loam
with yellow clay subsoil, nice smooth,
level land, no rocks. Oood terms to par
ties who can handle chunk. Address. J,
H. Evers, Chinook, Mont. (io) 296 Jl
HOMESTEADS Ooed farming lend near
railroad. Bernard GUlllland, 14 Clayton
Blk., Denver, Colo. (20) M527 U27x
WANTED A rents to represent us In the
sale of our Kansas lands. Write for par
ticulars. Globe Land and Investment Co.,
Omaha. Neb. (20 M420
A OOOD farm, well Improved, 20 miles west
of Omaha, for sale on easy terms, 5 per
cent interest. If taken In next 80 days.
Address Y 241 Bse. (20) 5
IMPROVED farms in eastern Nebraska;
Sarpy and Douglas counties. B. J. Ovr
ton. Gretna, Neb. (20) M878
. FOR SALE. '
lOiACRB farm In Johnson county. A. 3.
Plerson, Sol N. 20th St., or T. H. McClana
han. Elk Creek. Neb. (2o MSrJ lOx
FOR BALE Ten acre fruit farm, adjoin
ing Ashland, Neb. O. C. Reed, Fort
Crook. Neb. (20)-M&3 lax
FOR SALE Sheridan county, Nebraska. l'A
acres grating land. $2.60 per acre. J. 1.
Case T. hi. Co., Railue, Wis.
(20) MS68 It
The Land of Sunshine.
Have some good bargains In beautiful
Pruzos Valley it cannot be surpassed.
The finest part of Texas.
The land ia good for raising corn, cotton,
rice, sugar cane fine fruit country plenty
$16.00 to $30.00 per acre cheap railroad
rates next excursion May 21st. For par
ROBT. C. DHUE8EDOW.
su N. Y. Life Bldg. (20) MJ0S
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and resi
dence properly in uminu; lowrn raven,
no delay. Thomas Brennan, Room 1 N . Y.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., lia) Farnam St.
MONEY TO LOAN Fayns Investment Co.
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Wead. 1620 Doug.
LOANS on Improved Omaha property.
O'KEEFE R. E. CO., 1001 N. Y. Lite Bldg
$500 TO $50,000 TO LOAN at lowest rates; no
delay. GARVIN BROS.. IM FARNAM.
BUILDINO loans on residence propertr: I
per cent W. B. Melkle. Ramge Block.
LOWEST RATES Berals, Paxton Block.
WANTED City loans. R. C.
Peters A Co.
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H.
Thomas, 6u First National Bank Bldg.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy, second-hand furniture,
cook and heating stoves, carpets, linole
ums, office furniture, old clothes and
shoes, plsnos, feathers, bed pillows, quilts
snd all kinds of tools; or will buy the fur
nliure of your house complete. Will buy
antigue or mahogany furniture. The high
est prices paid. Call the right man. Tel
Douglas 8971. (2fc) 8K3 Myl7
CASH paid for old bocks. Crane-Foye Co.
113 B. 14th. 'Phone Douglas 1321
FEATHER BEP8 WANTED 60 cents pr
pound paid for old festher beds; send
postal: will be In the cily for one ween.
Address Y 93, care Bee. (2S Mo6 Ml.lx
FOX TERRIER pup wanted Will
cash. T. B. Lancaster. Stursls. 8 D.
WANTED Good horse, gentle, welulit not
less than 1.200 pounds; height, 14 hands.
W. J. Burgess, Rurwood Thealer.
TWO-SEATED buggy, cheap for rash. C.
H. Eckery, 2229 Locust St. (251-335 9x
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Board and room for couple. In
private family; working people; no biard
Ing houses need apply. Ao'lrcsa K .'OS,
Bee. (Ml M7 10x
WANTED Room and board In private fam.
lly. near Hanacom park, by young man.
Addreas F 2H8. Bee. (2fl M394 10X
WANTED By young man. nent, modern
single room wiin uuuu nuanu in ini
VATE fnmllv; close In; state price. Ad
O 179. care Bee. (26) M 1S4
WANTED Room and board In prlvste
family for a few weeks, from about Miy
18. for man and wife snd two children; one
child 1 years and 9 months old. other 14
months: yard for children; walking dis
tance from Boyd theater: expense must
be reasonable. Address Y 103. rare l'ee.
(26) M374 lOx
POSITION WANTED A young printer
wants a position in a country orilce at
once. No bad habits. About seven years
of experience. Address Y 111, care Bee.
WANTED Position by an experienced
stenographer. Can furnish tlrst-cluss
references. Address D 2t)9, Bee.
(i7) MU2 x
SITUATION wanted as clerk In general
store, wholesale house, or as truvellng
salesman by Christian, marned Scandi
navian of middle age; many years' expe
rience in different lines. Box 3. R. D.
route 1, Frederic. Wis. (27-MS48 lOx
A YOUNO educated colored man, a veteri
nary giadunte, would like position with
stockman to be of business and medical
assistance; best of references. John E.
Shaw, 6747 Lafayette Ave., Chicago 111.
WANTED Position In general store; 10
years' experience in general merchnndlse;
bel of references. Addresa Y 1H4, enre
Bee, (27)-M3Sl x
EXPERIENCED stenographer; good refer
ences. Address F, Bee Otflce, 10 Fearl
8L, Council Bluffs. C7)-M348 15
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE
undersigned, who represent at least
26 ter cent of the outstanding bonds issued
under a certain deed ol trust, aaieu August
1, insi, irom AinericHn jxacuu anu wtiiiuiaw"
turlng company to The Jennings Trust com
pany, now the Equitable Trust company of
Chicago, Illinois, that the suld Equitable
Trust company, trustee under the deed
aforesaid, has tendered Its resignation as
trustee to take effect as soon as its suc
cessor has been regularly chosen and has
qualified. Therefore, the undersigned, by
virtue of the right, power and authority
conferred by Article VII of the said deed
of trust, hereby give public notice that a
meeting will be held at No. 2n6 La Salle
street, Chicago, Illinois, on Thursday, May
23, 1P07, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purposu
of filling the vacancy In the office of said
trustee, and to transact such other business
sa may be proper under the exigencies
created by such resignation and in pur
suance of Article VII of the truat deed
aforesaid. Dated April 6, 1907. F. W.
WALLER, L. D. DOZ.IER. E. F. HERR
MANN, Counsel, 409 W. 16th St., New York.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
ritlON STATION TENTH AND MAHCY.
Overland Limited a 9:66 am a 8:18 pm
The China and Japan
Fast Mail a 4:18 pm a 8:10 pm
Colo. A traltf. Ex a 4:15 pm a 9:80 pm
California & Ore. Ex. .a 4:26 pm a 6:10 pm
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Nebraska Local a 2:00 pm all :40 am
Dea Moines Local a 4:16 pm
St. Louis Express a 1:30 pm
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Council Bluffs a 9:66 am
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Twin City Express.
Chicago Daylight ..
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Twin City IJmlted.
Overland Limited .
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Chicago, Milwaukee at Si. Pool.
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Chicago Limited 6:40 pin
Chicago Express 7 4T, am
Chicago Express 3:30 pin
BIRL1NUTON aTATION-lOTII at MASON
Denver & California.
Northwest Special ...
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Lincoln Ixx al
Lincoln Fast Mall....
a 4:lu pm a 3 ' pin
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WEBSTER STATION-Igth a WEBSTER
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Twin City Passenger. ..h 6:) am b 10 pm
Sioux City Puaenger...a 2:(i0 pm ill 3) tin
Emerson Local b 6 46 pm b 9:10 am
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except Saturday, c Sunday only, e Dally
JAPAN, CHINA, PHILIPPINES,
HONOLULU AND AUSTRALIA
hj th Hornl MM! Utr-mfri of th
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Thv ftu!et ttMitBfr to tht Orient. Kcri ai
I17 !! " Kmrrtejsj vf ( Mn4," 10 Httj. S rtour Jtw
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ftfi'tliifti from VdTUfnnTfr to Ynkohfmit Koh,
ncn(kU, KhMtichnt. 1 1 one Kc.ic ftvotl MeVUllaV.
EmpnMrft of China M It MnntHiM tn It
Aihftttun slum. I Kmpmi of Jkpatt July
Kmprcaa nf Indim Jon i 1 rtr July tt
From VsnoonTr to Konolaiu and Mj&U9j,
lllpwffft May JfiMoant J-'y It
A or ii; i Jun I.MIowr Auf. it
Kor (fttrii. Information nd tit4ratur to
O. SHAW, Cren'l Aft-i 38 Caftrk BU
ALLAN LINE OCEAN STEAMSHIPS
LIVERPOOL. GLASGOW. LONDON, KaVRg
.Sw teamen VK'TOHIAN suit VIKUINL!.
trlpl-scnw turbme nlnei, an4 TUNISIAN, CUK
tu AN tni IONIAN, twin-screws. Hem.mkr. f
llllnca r Vt'Mklr Irem MONTHKAU pMln( owa
lh plc(ureU St. Lswrane Kl..r bf 44jHsat.
Accommodalloiis unaureaaaad. Bataa: Salens
act upwarda; seeona oaMn HO. 00 anj ypwaraa. oss
claaa Cabin Slni-ra. HO 00 an4 apwanla.
ALLAN A COMPANY. 174 Jackaoa BoaC. Ckleasa.
MRS. BROWN GETS VERDICT
Proprietress of Murray Hotel Wlae
Salt llronaht Against Her
by "Mrs. Kelly."
Mrs. Agnes G. Kelly lost her suit against
Columbia Brown, proprietor of the Murray
hotel, ftr $1,000 damsacs, which she claimed
for the sale of Intoxicating liquor to her
husband, Charles W. Kelly.
County Judge Leslie Wednesday morning
decided the case In favor of the defendant.
Mrs. Kelly in her petition said she,
her hunltand and their children were
guests at the Murray, when her husband
got to drinking and lost or squandered
$300 belonging to her. She also says while
he was under the Influence of liquor he
borrowed $-0 from the hotel clerk and was
afterward arrested on a charge of obtain
ing money under falso pretenses. His
acts while In his cups, she says, caused
his incarceration In the Fremont Jail for a
month. The expenses Incidental to his
arrest made the damages $1,000, she al
leged. Tho defense attacked the good faith of
Mrs. Kelly In bringing the suit.
Because a crowd of men, under the In
fluence of drink, assaulted him February
28 and heiit him up badly,-Michael Fleming
Wednesday morning secured Judgment f )r
$275 agalnM WlnhVId S. Hare, a salom
keeper at 1120 Farnam street, who sold the
men their liquor. The Judgment was
awarded by County Judge Leslie. Flem
ing asserted In his petition that Charles
A. Lavi, a man named Down and sev-
other men became Intoxicated while
drinking at Hare's place. and In a drunken
controversy gave him a severe beating. His
jaw was broken In the row, and he sued
for $1,000 damages.
BELT LINE OPPOSES TAX
Fights Its Share of Pnyment for the
Construction of Central
In a suit which la being heard by Judge
Button the Omaha Belt line Is fighting the
payment- of $210 In special taxes levied
against It for the construction of the Cen
tral boulevard. Tho tax was levied In 1899
and Is against a portion of the right-of-way
of the Belt line where It adjoins the boule
vard. While the amount of taxes Is small the
road Is fighting It on the broad principle
that railroad right-of-ways cannot be taxed
for special Improvements. If a decision in
favor of the road Is secured in this case
it will serve as a rule to be followed In
many other cases Involving the same gen
The Belt line attorneys contend the tag
against Ihe road is unlawful because the
property being used exclusively for rail
road purposes is not specially benefited and
hence cannt be taxed for the special Im
provements. They also contend under tha
law the taxes ennnot he made a Hen
against the right-of-way, but must be
levied against the rolling stock. If the spe
cial tax coi)V1 be levied against the right-of-way
In the Improvement district a levy
against that section of the right-of-way
might tie up the entire road. The case will
be argued before Judge Button Thursday.
GIVE THE BOYS AMPLE ROOM
Answer of Jadure Hlabaasrh to lues
tlon How to Suppress Noisy
"When people come to me and ask ma
what they can do to suppress a gang of
troublesome youngsters, I tell them to bug
a half a block of play ground and turn
It over to ths boys and girls." said former
County Attorney Slabaugh, discussing th
proposals to establish recreation grounds
for children. "People used to tell their
troubles to me aa president of the City
Improvement club and that Is the answer
I would give them. I believe this Is tha
best solution of the problem of how to sup
press a crowd of boys that insist on mak
ing themselves a bother to a neighbor
hood. The trouble with them Is they hava
no place they tan call their own In which
to take the recreation and exercise every
healthy boy craves. Very naturally they
go out on the streets to play and of courso
they transgress on other people's rights.
"My solution Is for the people of th
neighborhood to take up a subscription, buy
a vacant space, fence It In and then or
ganize the boys and girls Into a club an.l
put them In charge of It. Make them
shoulder the responsibility and you will
see a great change come over them In a
ST. LOUIS WANTS MRS. BYERS
Y. W. C. A. There Makes Flattering
Offer to General Secretary
of Omaha Body.
Mrs. Emma F. Byers, general secretary
of the local Young Women's Christian as
sociation, has received, a call to the general
, secretaryship of the St. Louis Young Wo
men's Christian association. The call came
several days ago, but Mrs. Byers has not
yet announced her decision. The St. Louis
association Is about to begin the erection
of a I'.).') building, the money having
I been arranged for, not by subscription, but
! upon conditions of certain accomplish
ments snd expansion of the local work. The
board of directors solicits Mrs. Byers ser
vices as general secretary to the end of
accomplishing the desired standard.
This Is but one of several flattering calls
that have come to Mrs. Byers during her
connection with the Omaha association, but,
realizing the posslbllitlus of the local or
ganisation and how much depended upon
the new building In the plana for which she
has had so large a part, she has declined
several offers from larger and financially
snore profitable fields.
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