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BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
Births Jacob Warshawsky, 1905 Cumins;,
twin boys; Algol Anderson, 3414 Ma--uii,
boy; Christ Anderson, Sixth and Cedar,
tirl; Pawl Levtnson, 1432 South Thirteenth,
uy; Jack Croft, Thirty-second and Web
ter. boy; Alonzo Jackson, 913 North Twenty-seventh,
Deaths B. Anderson, 610 North Thir
teenth, 25; Mrs. T. Taylor, 81. Joseph's
riosiilLal. 77; Sheridan II. Gullllan. S(. Jo
seph's hospital. 17; Vaclav Alexa. bt. Jo
seph's hospital. 23; Sarah Margaret Wood,
Va Farnam, 67: Henrietta Waller, Omaha
General hospital, 34; Clifford Orr, Swedish
Name and Address.
Guisseppe Clrco, Omaha
Maria Urasao, Omaiia
John Vrandacek, South Omaha
Mary Dolczal, South Omaha
Claude McOrew, Omaha
Edith Hockman. FlUmoro, Mo
A. Willson Blxby, Dixon, 111
Oeorglana Wilson, Oakland, la......
Richard Funster, Omaha
Magdalena Hoffman, Albright
Jhigene Benton, South Omaha
Marie Mltoliell, South Omaha ..
CARD Ok THANKS.
We wish to thank our many kind friends
for their expressions of sympathy In the
death of Henrietta Waller. We are espe
cially grateful to the members of St.
. Paul's Gorman Lutheran church and to
the pastor, itev. Holle, for his splendid
sermon. Fred Waller and children.
We wish to return the sincere thanks and
express the deepest gratitude to the W. C.
O. F., No. 669; W. C. O. F., No. 677; W. t.
W. camp No. 211, employes of A- L M.
L. BuHinesa college, Ia A. O. IL AT. M. club
and many other kind friends for the beauti
ful floral offerings and the marked way in
which they attested their esteem and affec
tion for our beloved wife and mother.
M. J. CORCORAN AND FAMILY.
HOME-MADE wine, t years old, SI per
gallon; 90o with this advertisement. Cack
ley Bros., 121 N. 16U Bt. (1) Mal4 Al
SIGN FAINTING 8. IL Cole, 1302 Doug
las. (1) 300
WANTED Bids on concessions for amuse
ments and refreshments for Labor day
picnic. Address all bids to H. H. Farmer,
4303 Commercial Ave. CD 'M187 12
THE CITY GARBAGE CO., office 4th and
Leavenworth bt. Tel. Douglas 1367.
Do you know that there Is a garage open
until 12 o'clock where there Is an Al me
chanic a your service? Leave your ma
chine at 6 p. m., and have a Stormberg
carburetor fitted and ready for you when
you call next morning. HARRIS' OILS.
IIOLSMAN'S AUTOMOBILES and STROM
BH1CK P. KUHN,
'Phone Doug. 2153. Opposite Library.
SEND for our list of second-hand automo.
biles. DERJGHT. 181k Farnam. (2) 221
THREE One ton commercial automobiles,
prices $800, V&t and 11.200. Apply W. b.
Balduff. 1622 Farnam St. 2 41&
MITCHELL mnabout. 1906 model, almost
new, cost n.Uhu. Must sell at once. Ad
dress 8 854 Bee. (2) M74S Sept 3
BARTER AND EXCHANGE
FOR BAL.B; OK fcJVl.HA.Nli; No. 602, an
Se acre farm, lty miles from Pactola, Ben
niiigton county, oouiu uaaoia; 30 acres
under cultivation; 40 acres of timber;
house, barn, granary, chicken house,
wagon shed. Ice liouoe; soma farm tools.
Price $3,000. Will give small discount for
caxh or will exchange for stock of mer
chandise or hotel.
No. 673 A flrst-claas patent cultivator and
harrow. It ' is first-class money-makin
proposition if pushed. Price 13,000. Wi
exchange for good land and pay Sl.uuo
cash, aiigni assume up to 2,ouo Incum
GLOBE LAND AND INVESTMENT CO..
ii o. lam umana.
FOR SALE or exchange for good land.
good, clean whoiexale millinery at low
est prices, in amounts to suit purchaser.
'litis is not iraaing atom, snenworn re
tall goods, or culls. Address V 47, care
Bee. (3) M807 12
FOR TRADE Fine business lot In eastern
Neh. lotfcn for automobile. Address Box
36 iienuiey, Neb. (3) M77S llx
WILL, exchange my farm of 160 acres. 85
miles due south o. Kansas City; no bet.
ter farm in eastern Kansas: all fine, rich
prairie land, well Improved and close to
town, would consider stock of merchan
dise, uell uregory, Fulton, Kan.
EASTERN KANSAS FARM
230 acree, good house, bam. youna- or
chard; In oil and gas region, to exchange
for Omaha Income property or smaller farm
near Omalia. Address owner, 413 New
York I J re Bldg. (3 m lOx
Do You Wish to Make a Change
If yeu have a farm, home, business ot
prove" y rltat you wish to sell or ex
GLOBE "LAND AND INVESTMENT CO.
(4) M538 A17
TO GET In or -out '.of business call on
UANGESTAD. Room bee Bldg.
1130 - BUYS (-room rooming house; rooms
pay rent, water, light, besides I living
rooms. Apply 14 N. 24th St. Telephone
Indrpendeut B-1IW2. (l)-i!SJ
FITRNITURE lease and fixtures for sale
a money maker. Hotel Grand. Harilng
ton. Neb.' it M3 Augl4
DHUG stores for sale everywhere. Knlest,
N. Y. L. Bldg. (4)-8US
8F.ALED bids for the erection of a school
building at Gretna, Neb., will be received
y by secretary, based upon plans and spci
V ilcaUuns on file on August 6 l:h Hi sec
retary of flretna and ths Builders' ai.d
Traders exchange, Omaha. Bids to reach
secretary by I p. m-. August 16. l'.a.
Certified check for 2 per cent nf amount
of bid required. Right to reject any or all
bUs reserved. E. b. NKkersoii. f retary.
Gretna, Neb. . U)-M 12
. WIIX deposit money In your bank; guar
antee yeu $"!5t monthly on VooO tnwst
inent. Missouri Specialty Co., Omaha,
Neb. ' ' . t4 MihO A3vx
FOR SALE Account poor health, good pay
ii meat market. Building for rent. P.
V. Boyens. 1 'lain view. Neb. (4 Ma46 14
MINNESOTA" and Wlsooastn Ice for sals
In cr lets. A. G. Cilbe.U Counrtl Bluffs.
Ia. . (4)-MSW
WANTED Partner; must have $5.0i) to
Invest; ran make $i0.0uu. Address C. II.
W.. Rupert. Idaho. t4 MM llx
DRUG STORE FOR BAIJ0 1en stock of
drugs, new fixtures; town of Tbo; east
central Nebraska. All right in every way.
puy diMHor with. Uie store: will stand
rlise Investigation. Address Y-62. care
FOR 8ALE-In F.xcelslor Springs. Mo., one
strictly flrst-clsss 40-room American plan
hotel, splendidly locsted; or one ilO-room
hotel. modern, with elegant cafe, on main
thoroughfare; both do good business the
year round; can t manage both; will sell
one. Address Box 267, Excelsior Springs,
Mo. (4) M153 llx
11-ROOM fitrulshed flat for sale. In heart
of city. K. E Brown Co., Room 7,
I.lve Stk. Nat'L Bank Bldg.. South Omaha,
Neb. (4) M152
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN SPECIAL
TIES Photogravures, lithographs,' but
ton, watch fobs, etc., either republican
or democrat. Write for price list. Fonda
Bros, at Co.. Omaha. (4) M2 IS
HOTEL FOR RENT.
16 rooms, htaled with furnate. In town of
R; a fine business for good hotel people;
furniture for sule cheap. Address Y 51,
rare Bee. (4)-MWW llx
FOR SALE CHEAP Lunch room, doing
good business. Apply 2uo3 Sherman Ave.
Mrs. A. Maron, Prop. t4)-M!Ml
Judge C. T. Dickinson, 634 Paxton Block.
DR. ROT, R. 2. 1508 Farnam St. Doug. 6497.
DAVID COLE Creamery Co.
BAILET & MACK. 3d fir Paxton. D. 10R5.
HESS 4 SWOBODA, 1416 Farnam BJ.
CAPT. HAZE, 617 Karbacn.
OMA HA detective
IN FAMILIES Mlsa Sturdy. Tel. Harney
1S8. wj ow
LADIES' tailor-made suits: summer gowns
and shirtwaist suits. special attention
given to out-of-town customers. 207 Old
Boston Store Bldg. l5)-Jll S23
Rvatematin elocution, voice culture and
dramatic training, Prof Harry C. Franck,
A. M. E. M Prof. Harry C. Franck. Jr.,
E. M.. America's areatest elocutionists. We
cultivate the voice for speaking and slngl
Ing at one time. To know how to use me
voice Is good health. One course Is all you
need. Terms very low during tne summer.
aolden onDortunlly. City retcrencea
Classes afternoon and evening. The
Francka are organising an All-star uram
atlc club. For further Information, hava
a talk with the Francks Wednesday or
Thursday, Crelghton Institute, at 3 or 8
m. (t naa,s i-x
ENCYCLOPAEDIAS at less than one-half
price. New half morocco Americana, as
N. Y. Life Bldg. (5)-M826 A21
TO LOAN LOW
RATE, in sums to
suit. 310 Hps Bldg.
'Phone Douglas 2904.
UNION LOAN COMPANX.
WE WILL LOAN
you money on your furniture or piano at a
very low, reasonanie rate.
SEE US FIRST.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
119 Board of Trade. 16th St, Entrance.
L. HENDERSON, 1619 Farnam. Tel. D. 126X
THE SCHLITZ, European, 16th and Harney.
ST. JAMES, 416 8. 13th, American, $1.25 a
day. $5 per week and up; bath. (6 318
Moving- aad Storing.
EX PRESSMEN'S Delivery Co.. office 214
is. 16th HU, warehouse 2207-9 Izard St.
JOHNSON INS., 418 N. Y. L. Tel. D. 1664
Dr. Katheryn Nlckolas. 608 N. T. L. Bldg.
BEAUTIFUL, heavy French droop ostrich
piumes, ia incnes long, j.-:, cost $7.60 in
any store; 17-lnch plumes, $2.25, worth $5.
Address Importers. 1214 Harney St., or
'phone Doug. 22fc8 and our agent will call
and show them. Experienced agents
wanted. (16) M829
OFFICE FURNITURE We have a com
plete line of office fixtures, furniture,
stationery, etc. Give us a trial.
ANCHOR PUBLISHING CO..
$12 8. 18th Bt. Tela. Doug. 6663, Ind. A-2562.
tb) Mj36 A17
PILES NO FAY TILL CURED.
Examination or booklet free.
DR. E. R. TERRY, Bee Bldg., Omaha.
Safes, Shatters, Ete.
Omaha Safe and Iron Works, makes a spe.
,clalty of fire escapes, shutters, doors and
sales, u. Andreen, prop., 102 S. 10th bt.
GOLD, silver, nickel plating. Omaha Plat
ing Co., 1220 Harney. 'Phones Douglas
20J6 and Independent A-2535. (6) J2
BEFORE placing your 1909 ca.endar order
don t rail to see our imported line. Lyng
stad A Jorv. printers, ICth and Capitol
EXPONENTS of good printing. Prompt and
first-class work guaranteed.
ANCHOR PUBLISHING CO.,
312 B. 18th St. Tela. Doug. 6562. ind. A -20O.
(6 Mi36 17
RAPID SHOE REPAIR CO -First-class
wvrk. lbltH Capitol Ave. 'Phone Red 904
SHOES repaired right: called for and de
livered free. Standard Shoe Repair Co.,
1SU4 u amain bt. Tel. Douglas 7567.
Shortaaad Reporter aad Notary.
F. J. Sutcllffs.
depositions. 628 Bee. Tel.
WILLIS C. CROSBY, licensed embalmer
ana fupersl director. 1624 N. 24th St. Tel.
vt easier 4i. (5) 737 82
H ober. U16
WHEN writing to advertisers remembe
it takes but n extra stroke or two of
tne pen lo n.ennon the fact that
saw the ad In The Ke j
HELP WANTED FEMALE
I 1 1 saiesiaaies si on-.e; good pay.
Du,uarueai oiies . o., ias Brandnis.
tlerleal aad Oaleo.
Two stenographers. $40 and $60.
Stenographer and bookki-pcr, tM.
WEtSTERN HKF. Bond Abb'N.. INC,
iii-a i. x. i-iis Bldg.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Clerical aad Of fie Contlaaed.
INVALID young man with mother, residing
at Rome hotel, wants young inny stenog
rapher, some experience, to help care for
him; no experience as nurse necessary.
Good home. Call between I and 6, room
IH9. " (7) MUW 12
Housekeeper aad Domestics.
DR. WERTZ, dentist, 6th floor Paxton Blk.
SUITE of cool housekeeping rooms, every
modern conveniences. 2026 California St.
(li M960 l&x
WANTED A housekeeper fdr a big farm;
no objection to one or two children. Ad
dress Y-50, care Bee. O) MS6S 13x
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework; references required 436
Dodge. Tel. Harney 1748. (7)-78 14
WANTED Houxekeeper without children,
between 25 and 36 years. T. Teller, Mc
Cook. S. D. 7)-M184 14x
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework; small family. Mrs. James
Richardson, M4 Howard St. Tel. Harney
1399. 7-M9l 11
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework; three In family. 81M Wool
worth Ave. Tel. Harney 1889. 7 M887 U
GIRL for general housework; small family;
no washing. 3.118 Cuming St. (7) 164 12
WANTED Girl for general housework; no
washing; good Wages. 'Apply 710 N. 3Sth
St. () 160 12x
M lsr el lan eons.
WANTK'I A gfrl with some knowledge of
the printing business.' State wages and
references, J. W. 1LANN, Wauneia. Neb.
(7) M173 llx
HELP WANTED MALE
Agents, Solicitor sad Salesmen.
WANTED Educated men
capable of earning $2,000
718 N. Y. Life.
a year. Call
WANTED Advertising solicitor to travel;
business already established. Call -at 314
S. 13th St., between 12 and 1 o'clock any
day this week. (9I-M172 11
AGENTS WANTED Men or women to sell
a high-grade household specialty. Best
repeat' order getter on the market. Par
ticulars free. Power City Bpeclalty Co.,
Haxelton, Pa. 19) M171 12x
WANTED Men to act as salesmen and
learn the real estate business. Street car
fare paid. A. D. Butler, 1201 Farnam St.
AGENTS make $20 to $50 a week selling
William Jennings Bryan's great book "Tne
Old World and Its Ways." Outfit free.
Send 25c for mailing. The Thompson
Publishing Company, St, Louis.
SALESMAN WANTED Sell retail trade,
. $75 to $175 per month and expenses or
commission. Experience unnecessary.
Hermlngsen Cigar Co., Toledo, O.
W ibo 13X
Clerical aad Office.
Young man, IS years old, for office, $30.
Two bookkeepers. $75: ledger clerk, loo.
Two bookkeepers and stenographers, $j0
t wo shipping clerks.
Soap salesman. $125 to $150.
WK-STEKN REF. & BOND ASS'N., INC,
721-22 N. Y. Life Bldg.
- (9) 167 10
DRUG clerk's position.
Knlest, N. Y. L.
Factory aad Trades,
LEARN TELEGRAPHY Positions guar
anteed; booklet free. Boyies college.
Omaha, Neb. Official training school U.
P. R. R. (9)-330
WANTED A horseshoer and all around
blacksmith at once. Fred Nlssen, lieres
lord, S. D. 0O-M779 12x
WANTED A flrat class pants maker, a
married man preferred; guarantee steady
work the year around. Martin Petersen,
415 Broadway, Council Bluffs, Ia.
WANED Men to learn barber trade; will
equip shop for you or furnish positions;
few weeks completes; constant practice;
careful instructions; tools given; diplo
mas granted. Write for catalogue.
Mohler Barber College, 110 S. 14th bt.
(9) M860 13x
HORSESHOER floor man; good wages. M
L. Tubin, Huron, S. L. () Mw lax
TWO bright boys; call 488 Brandeis.
M Iscel la aeons.
IS NOW OPEN.
Students Admitted Any Day.
Bookkeeping. Shorthand. Telegraphy and
English. Ofllflil training scnooi uuion
Pacific R. R. Telegraphy Dept. A postal
gets full Information. Address 11. u.
Boyies, Boyies Bldg., Omaiia. (J) 331
WANTED FOR U. 8. ARMY Able-bodied,
unmarried men between ages of is and 36,
citizens of United States, of good char
acter and temperate habits, who can speak
read and write English. For information
apply to Recruiting Officer, 13th and
Douglas Bts., Omaha, Neb.
FREE employment dept. Business Men's
Awn; no fees, can 625 M. I. Lire ,tiuig
WANTED Young men, 18 to 36, for firemen
and brakemen; 0 to $130 per month; rapid
promotion to engineer and conductor a
$160 to $300. For particulars address N
tlonal Railway Training Ass'n, 931 Central
Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. ,(9) M02S Six
WANTED At once, man for wholesale
wagon; must furnlNh bond . Alnmlto ban
ltary Dairy Co., 1812 Farnam St.
! lfil 12
LIVE STOCK FOR SALE
Horses aad Vehicles.
HARNESS, used as samples; will sell for
the next thirty days at big discount.
Johnson-Danforth Co., 10th and Jones bts.
(11) 769 18
WANTED Use of a ssddle horse for about
two months; good care taken and reajs in
able sum paid. O 862. care Bee
(IS) M903 12x
ALL rubber tire surreys and buggies at
cost Omaha Buggy Co., Hlo-17 Far
nam. Doug. 2066. A-2066. (11) M867
BOY'S pony cart, $15. Road wagon, rub
ber tires, $30. 1110 Jackson.
LOST AND FOUND
STRAYED Male puppy, $ months old,
yellow, whits face, feet, collar . ana
breast 'Phuus Douglas 4236. Residence
62 b. 19th. (12 M139 llx
LOST Black leather pocketbook, Saturday
artemoon, between ana ioruy and
16lh and Dodge Sts. Reward for return
to Bee office. (12) M 108 1U
LOST $20, by working man on lth and
Farnam, Sunday afternoon. Tel. Webnter
2677. (12) 158 llx
LOST Alpha Delta Phi pin, star and cres-
ot-nt; name, and college engraved on sum a
Reward for return to Charles I. baun-
. ders. 31 8. 18th St. (12)-17o
dress. 20o4 N. 19th.
almost new. Ad
(12) M 186 17
LOST Saturday, between South Omaha
and Courtland Bt-ach, bunch of key-4 re
turn to L. A. Williams, room 135 Ex
change building, South Omaha. Reward.
Phone Bouth 77. (12)-M177 IS
LOUT Pocketbook. between 19th and Ames
snd 21d and Meredith; contains money,
watch, locket, necklace, etc.; watch and
locket engraved. Finder please return
all but the money to 1916 Ames Ave.
(12) 159 12X
WHEN writing to advertisers remember
it takes but an extra stroke or two ot
the pen to mention tha fuct that you
aw Ui 4 la I lie
DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, AUflTJST 11, 1903.
FREE medlcsl and surgical treatment at
Crelghton Medical college, 14th and Dav
enport Bts.; special attention paid to con
finement rases; all treatment supervised
by college professors. 'Phone Douglas
1167. Calls answered day or night.
ANT pojr girl In need of a friend call or
write ;o the matron of the salvation Army
Home for Women at 8824 N. 24th St.,
Omaha. Neb. (13) M58
BEST r.erve brace for men. "Gray's Nervs
Food Pills." $1 a box, postpsld. snerman
& McConnell Drug Co., Omaha.
MONEY TO LOAN
SALARY AND CHATTELS.
P. O. NIELSON CO
LOANS. 708 N. Y. Life Bldg. "Phone Doug. 2204.
ONychattcla, salary or note. $36 Bee Bldg.
(It) Mali lb
MONEY go to the old reliable loan head
quarters, where you will get a lair, square
deal and avoid publicity. You get a low,
reasonable rate and pay for only the time
you have the money.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
Ill Board of Trade, 16th St. Entrance.
OFFERED FOR RENT
Boarding aad Rooms.
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
prices. Tel. Douglas lb. tscnraoiier s
Mueller Piano Co., 1311-131$ Farnam.
LARGE southeast front room; also single
room; references required. 114 8. 19tn bt.
SUMMER HOME; fine lawn: furnished
rooms ana uourd. 123 a. 2fin Ave.
(16) Mill 15
ROOMS ensulte, rooms single, rooms with
private bath; table board. 1044 b. 29tn bt.
(16) M679 A18X
VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms; cafe.
DEWEY European Hotel, ISth and Farnam.
TWO large rooms, nicely furnished, with
board; all modern conveniences; suitable
for man and wife, or two young gentle
men. Tel. Douglas 2973. Three-minute
car service. (16) 874 10
TO RENT To a gentleman, front room.
in strictly modern home; private ramlly;
no other roomers. 222 N. 24th St.
(16) M140 15X
All parts of the city.
If you are looking for rooms
do not fall to get our list.
Cost you nothing.
Pi O. NIELSON & CO., RENTAL AGTS.,
703 N. Y. Life Bldg., 'Phone Doug. 2204.
FURNISHED rooms for light housekeep
ing, juii enerman Ave. (ii) lb
THREE furnished rooms -for light house
keeping. 810 S. 27th St. (15) M904 11
VERY desirable front room; fine location;
walking distance. 21 b. 25th bt.
(16) M130 15x
NICE clean front rooms, neatly furnished
reasonable. 1610 BU. Mary's Ave.
(15) MK90 8ept8
BAST ROOM, strictly modern, electric light
ana telephone; suitable for a gentleman.
lei. jjougiaa 3&w. ill a. 25tn bt.
. (15) M660X
in . w l. 1 rurnisned rooms; house new.
stricuy modern, sis . lyth St.
it, (16) M776 llx
4 NICELY furnlshrd?!tooms . on ground
floor; - use of piano,'' sewing machine;
iv per monin, 1121 ;ass bt.
' i (16) M118 11X
LARGE front room; well furnished; mod
ern. Ill 9. join Ave. (10) A1564 14X
LARGE front room; modern ; private fam
ily; aelect neighborhood. 131 N. 21st Ave.
ROOMS for . gentlemen, by day, week or
month. The Chatham, 110 S. 13th St.
FINE HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping
rooms. $1.50 per week and up. Also rooms
25 and 50 cents per day. 1811 Chi
cago St.. and 4u6 N, 16th St., third floor.
tl5) M78S A20x
DESIRABLE rooms reasonable. 218 N. 19th,
NURSES' home, flat 4, Davldge block.
THREE unfurnished rooms.
1120 N. 17th St
3 unfurnished rooms; modern. 1426 N. 20th.
, (16)-872 14x
Apartments aad Flats.
S-6 R. FLAT. Qulvet. 1M9 Farnam.
8-6 r. flat, STargo. 5164 N. 24th, S. O.
HALL. 317 First National Bank. Red 7406.
6-ROOM modern apartment In the Dun
sany, 101 h and Pieroe, $25 per month.
Conrad Young. Agt., 1518 Dodrfe.
8-ROOM flat, modern, opposite Hanscnin
Park. $32. 'Plume 80. 7. (1&1-M898
SIX-ROOM apartment, 2d floor of St, Louis
flats; all modern, up-to-date; almost n w.
East front, choice location, eaKy walk
ing distance. Rent, $35. Apply 40 8. 2btb
Ave. 'Plione Harney -3196. (15) MH69 llx
FOR RENT Modern 8-room, steam heated
apartment, at 214 No. 17th St, $47.00 per
month; neat $10.00 extra. ANo. 1 refer
ences required. Conrad Young, 1518 Dodge
street. (16) 163
FOR RENT Two excellent modern, fur
nished rooms for housekeeping; phone
in house. 2574 Harney St. (15) M948
ROOMS furnished, modern. 216 N. 22.1.
LIGHT housekeeping rooms. 218 N. 19th.
(15) M141 16X
THREE nicely funilthed front rooms.
Complete for light housekeeping. New
flat 2018 Davenprt bt. Jo) 761 lux
SUITE of cool housekeeping rooms, every
nvuuern convenience, 2oJ0 California St
(16) M90O 16x
Uobso aad Cottages.
FOR RENT 6-room cottage,
UNFURNISHED rooms in the Withnel"
Block at 15lh and Harney for light House
Room 8, $16.00.
Room 9 and 9V,. $12.00.
Room 12, $12.u.
Room 16 and 14. $25.00.
Room 22 and 23, $13.00.
Boom 24. $13.00.
N. P. DODoE CO., 1714 FARNAM ST.
. (15) 4
7-ROOM modern house,
Tel. Douglas 8suu.
modern, except furnace
2628 Davenport St.
. . - . (li)-Mk4
FOR RENT 8-room moderti, east front
bebt location In the city, 36 a month. Ad
dieas R. b. Hyde, 417 N 26th St 'Plume
alter 6 p. m., Douglas 80.V (15 .i
fEVK.N'-UDOM cottase at 2414 Caldwell 8t
Modern except heat, half block from car
lire. h.nqulre at S21S v ebster bt., or tele
plione Ind. B-1621. ' (liiluol-lOx
6-ROOM, partly modern. 2014 Grace St., $16
8-room modern, except neat, Z412 Spauld
ing. $41.00; 8-room. all modern, 21(17 bouth
loth St.. $37.60 and water rent; 7-room,
second floor.. 1304 North 24th St.. modern
except heat, $16.0u; 4-room house and
barn. u William St.. in rear, $14; 6-rooms,
modern, except heat, 49 Seward Bt, (X).
Chris Boyer, B1 -and Cuming bts.
OFFERED FOR RENT
Hons and Cottagree Coatlaaed.
1317 8. 27TH, t rooms, partly modera, l7.Kk
Haller. 641 Paxton. 1 ei. uougiss
$1200, 4-room cottage, water and sewer.
14th and onio. . .
tlS.00, 6-mom cottage, gaa, water and
-seer, at 969 North fith.
$20.00. 8- room, all modern house, at 4226
Douglas St. .
$26 00, 8-room, all modern house, except
heat, at 702 N. 2Mb Ave.
130.00. 7-room, an mooern noum tv
Howard. , .
$46.00, 9-room, all modern nouse, at w-i
Burt St. , v,
146.00. f-room, ail nxraern noun, u 1
Fsrnara St. , .
N. P. DODUB) tJV., fU"i Di.
iriv. mom cottase. 2522 Dewey Ave., city
water, gas and closet, rent, $18.00.
Three rooms, cellar ana is,
son. Phone warney a. 1. t.,i
Seward St. (io) maw ux
SIX-ROOM house, all modern except fur
nace. ; Davenport ou wo i
2521 REES St., 4 rooms. $8.
1413 South Fifth Bt.. 4 rooms, $11
4174 Cass. 4 rooms, modern but heat, $20.
BBMIS, PAXTON BLOCK.
. (15) 850
DR. WERTZ. dentist, 6th floor Paxton Blk.
HOUSES, insurance. Ring-wait, Barker Blk.
8-ROOM strictly modern house; extra fine
heating plant; beautiful street; good
' neighborhood, in walking distance. M. J.
Kennal-d & Co., 810 Brown Block.
OMAHA Van and Storage Co., Pack, move,
store H. H. goods. ' Storehouse, 1120-24 N.
19th, office, 16U9 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 1559.
2987 PACAFIC ST. 9 looms, modern, oak
finish $40. A. O. Elllck, 602 Bee Bldg.
HOUSEHOLD goods, packed, forwarded;
cheap freight rates; moving and storing.
Expressmen's Delivery Co. Tel. Doug. 394.
Garvin Bros,. 1604 Farnam.
MAOGARD VAN A STORAGE CO. Tel. D.
14!-4. We guarantee movlrg pianos. H. H.
goods. (16) 854
HOUSES ,n vrt ot the cUy
UUUOliO Crelgh Sons & Co., Bee 4ldg.
HOUSES Petera Trust Co.. N. Y. L. Bldg.
FOR RENT Eight-room modern house,
good repair, east front, desirable neigh
borhood, 1306 Georgia Ave., $45 per month.
Conrad Young, 1618 Dodge St., telephone
Douglas 1671. (16) 791
LIST your vacant houses with Walter
Breen Company, N. Y. Life Bldg.
MODERN t-room house. 1121 Park Ave.
FOR RENT Modern house, 6-rooms, be
sides large reception hall ard bath. 2412
Burt St.. $30.00. Apply to H. B. Boyies,
owner. Tel. Doug. 1984; Ind. A-3632. or
call at Boyies college. (16) 166
FOR RENT All modern houte. 7 rooms, be
sides large reception hall and bath, east
front, facing Central boulevard, which Is
175 ft. wide at that point; No. 712 No. 27th
Ave., close to two car lines very desir
able, $35.00. Apply H. B. Boyies, owner,
Tel Doug. 1884, Ind., A-3532, or call at
Boylea college. (16) 155
FOR RENT Sept. 1, 6-room house, all mod
ern; nice lawn, inquire 726 bo. nan i t
Tel. Harney 1154. (15)-157 16
DESK ROOM for rent In an office located
on the busy corner of 24th and N Bts.,
Bouth Omaha. Call at Bee office, S. O.
branch, 24th and N, new address.
SCARGO BLK., 8. O.-New. 620 N. 24th.
HALL, 311 First National Bank. Red 7406.
, (16) 308
FOR RENT Large office room In Crounse
Blk., opposite postorfice, on 16th St. t on
rad Young, 1518 Dodge St. (15)-M183
FOR RENT Basement, suitable for small
manufacturing plant; size 33x80. Apply
814 8. 19th St., or Tel. Douglas 644.
(15) M966 11
Front office, Wead bldg., 18th and Farnam.
SECOND FI.OOR FOR RENT Outside en
trance; suitsble for retail business. Rldg
ley Milne. Co., 1417 Douglas, near ISth
and Douglas. (15-M521
For Rent Bpace in building located In
wholesale district, with trackage at rear
of building and electric elevator. Address
W 226, Care Bee. 15) 172
OFFERED FOR SALE
FOR BALE Household furniture. Includ
ing oak dining room ana rea room sets,
handsome French walnut bed room set,
leather rockers, etc., 2614 St. Mary's Ave.
(16) MK95 15x
NEW household furniture for ssle cheap.
Apply I006 so. ztttn bi. uo 1 lo
K PER CENT and 6 per cent mortgages.
Mills County ADSiraci u.. uienwooa, ia.
Plaaos, Organs, Mas leal Iastrameata.
$600 PIANO; Presoott Mahogany Upright
$200 cash. u. Miner, tuu b. nm Ave.
(16) 253 A26X
Typewriters aad Sewing- Machines.
TYPEWRITERS sold, rented, repaired.
Central Typewriter ucuinie, wji rar
nam. (16)-M407 A28
FOX TYPEWRITER, No. 127420; only used
short time and in a no. 1 conamon; lor
sale at very reasonable price. Call for
Wrlcbt at Bee office. 17th and Farnam.
iron si.E-Several handsome marble man
tels together witn grates ana tiling; mens
are In perfect condition; will sell at very
small price. R- W. Baker, Room 1H6 Bes
Bldg. uo) sii-
2-8 RT'CKER WESTON news esses and
stands for sale cueap. v. an at bm oinee,
ICE, ICE, MINNESOTA ICE In car lots,
A. G. Gilbert, Council Bluffs. Ia.
FOR SALE One steam laundry washing
machine, two pocaeis in-snirt capacity
and 125 and 60; orwe Troy body ironer, 18
inch roll; one neckband and cuff Ironer;
one Oem mangle, 36-inch roll, with iron
table. Gas or gasoline. At very low tig
ure. 2916 Cuming St. (16) M 185 12x
KHFRWIN-WILLIAMS CO. best mixed
Dalnt Bliornian & McConnell Drug Co.
" (16) 363
SOME first class Isundry machinery for
aula clieap. O. r . Ullie, leaaniu'i, jeu.
arvn vnur mall orders for drugs:
. fr-lght paid on $10 lots. Myers-Dillon
Drug Co., Omaha. (10) sui
DRUGS at cut prices: freight paid on all
tio orders: catalogue free, gl-ernwao t
McConnell Drug Co.. Omaha. Neb
llOM F IPATIIIC remedies, w hoi. tale, re
tail. Sherman A. McConnell Drug Co.. I'ijh
and Dodge bts., Omaha, Neb. (10 4U
FOR BALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool tables. We lead ths world in
rhun bar fixtures: eaay payments.
Urunswick-Baike Collender. 407 B. IO1I1 bt
rJ0 OF GRETNA FTTiool district bonds
for sate August 16. Writs for statement.
P. J. Lacgtuu, Trsaauier, (ireum, ro.
OFFERED FOR SALE
HALL'S safes, new, Jhand. 1818 Farnam.
. (16) 867
A LOT of stone for ooplng. window and
door sills; also fancy preseed brick, for
sale. Apply R. W. Baker, 8upU Bee Pldg.
D. O. BARN ELL, Paxton Blk. Tel Red TUT.
LARSON CO. Book free. 623 Bee Bldg.
PATENTS THAT PROTECT Three books
for Inventors mailed on receipt of 4o post
age. R. 8. dt A. B. Lacey, rooms 29-3
Psclflc Bldg., Washington, D. C. Estab
lished 1869. (17)-8I0
Af A il VPTTP treatment and bath. Mme,
JMiVUlMZillt Bn,iui, U8 N. 15th, 8d floor.
PtRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOME Mrs.
Dr. King, 1324 N. 24th. Tel. Webster S.x.9.
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits castoff
clothing: in feet, anytnlng you do not
need. We collect, repair and sell at 131
N. 11 St., for cost of collection, to th
worthy poor. Call 'phone Douglas 4135 and
wagon will call. (18) 786
A HOME for women during confinement.
We find homes for babies where mothers
cannot care for them. Mother Iie, 402
Bancroft St. 'Phone Douglas 192L
SYRINGES, rubber goods by mall; cut
prices. Send for free catalogue. Myers
Dillon Drug Co., Omaha. (18) 873
MME. ZEfREFA, Armenian massage, 620 8.
16th, Flat 6. 'Phone Douglas 6K45.
(18) M8S8 86x
OMAHA Stammerers Ins., Ramge Bldg.
AT A cjo A nTr" Weltmer, suggestive
MAaoAUI!iTh(rlp,utlcti lM s. 16th
St. Old Boston Store. Room 9J6. 4th floor.
(18) M822 AJ0
DR. WERTZ, dentist, 6th floor Paxton Blk.
YOUNG WOMEN coming to Omaha as
strangers are Invited to visit the Voung
Women's Christian association rooms, lhls
Farnam St., where they will be directed
to suitable boarding places or otherwise
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
PAYNE INV. CO., first floor N. Y. Life,
GEORGE & CO.,
1601 Farnam. Tel. Douglas 756.
BENJAMIN R. E. CO., 477 Brandeis Bldg.
THORPE A SON. 611 Paxton. Douglas 767.
(19 423 A28
CITY PROPERTY YOU IALB.
FOR SALE OR RENT Brick residence;
21 rooms; extensive grounds; walking
distance; suitable for residence, hospital
or club house. C. H. Brown, 407 Brown
DANDY 6-room cottage; modern; Kountse
place. "Phone owner, Webster 10.'9. Terms.
LIST your property with Chris Boy er, 221
and Cuming Bts. (19)-613
Owner obliged to sell offers two choice
building lots In the center of the West
Farnam residence dlstriot this week at a
big sacrifice. If you want to pick up a big
bargain call and see us.
HICKS REAL ESTATE CO.,
Tel. Doug. 1169. 219 Board of Trade.
. (19)-M182 11
FOR BALE In Bemls park, 8-room all
modern house, built 1 yeer; 8730 Lincoln
boulevard. Apply at premises.
(19) M178 16
REED ABSTRACT CO., Est. 1856. Prompt
servloe. Got our prices, lill) t amain bt
ROOM modern house on large corner lot
26th and Reea Bts.; room for three houses.
N. Fenger, 618 Bee Bldg. Tel. Red 3157.
(19) 834 21 X
Will buy brick business property rented
for $2,400 a year.
Room 1, New York Life Bldg.
T7EAL ESTATE TITLE TRUST nf
IV rum VL WILIJAMflON. Pres. W'
REED ABSTRACT CO., Est. 1856. Prompt
service. Get our prices. 1710 r arnam at.
WANTED, 500 houses and lots
to sell or rent. Have calls for
more than we can furnish.
Globe Land & Investment Co.,
312 South 18th St.
$1,260 acres near Benson and close to new
paved roaa. rnis is uib ci-ei, v o
acres In Douglas county and we will
buy any acreage closer to Omaha
postoffice at the same prion. We
have five, ten or fifteen acres In a
$1,250 6 acres near 8 uth Omaha St 46th and
county line; rnp kih u m-u
slope. We can sell flvs, ten or twenty
. ,--.. In a bodv.
t 825 Acre lot at 44th and HMrrlson, only
110 aown inu o a luuutii,
f r- I n r left.
I 5004 lots In 2d addition to "West side at
Mtn ana rierce
N. V. DODGE & CO.. 1714 "f j
FINE new borne, seven rooms, all modern,
$6.6u6. 801 N. 60th Ave. (i siiuo i
FARM AND RANCH LA.ND FOR SALE
In One Week
This U the amount of land we sold last
week at North Platte, Neb. Every man ia
satisfied that he has ? bargain.
Within the last ten days we have suc
rente.t in olacinK on ths market a num
ber of other large tracts of land near
North Platte, and have these now reaoy to
We will conduct an excursion to North
Platts every day this week. Irrigated
lands sell from 136 to '6 per acre; dry
farming land from $15 to $.).
Write, wire or telephone us when and
where to meet you.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
First Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.
Tel. Doug. 1781; Ind. A-1188.
The financial flurry last fall enabled us
to buy a l,Uuo-acre alfalfa, grain and stock
ranch at a bargain; for quick ails ws
offer this ranch at a small advance. C.
W Bowman, Willi Cadwsll. Broken Bow,
Vvy mum au
FARM AND RANCH URD FOR SAM
FOR BALE 1 60-acrs farm, H mllM
from Orchard, on route; 6-room house
barn for 8 head, granary, corncrlb, hog
house and chicken coop: good well am)
pump; small orchard; all fenced ; good
soil and level; 180 acres In cultivation.
This farm will turn off $2,000 in crops
this year. Lock Box 2, Orchard. Neb.
(20) M859 17
FARM FOR BALE A bargain. 40 acres,
10 mllee from flourishing R. R. town; 29
acres alfalfa; every acre tillable; well
fenced, excellent water, fair improve,
ments; (0 fruit trees. Price $1$ per acre,
S. C. Grafft Bturgia. 8. D, (20 M857 14
GOOD FARMING ' I.A NDNosr Denres,
Greeley district; wells 25 to feet; a bun
dame of moisture; general farming, in
cluding corn raising; one crop pays tor
'"NATION At, INVESTMENT CO.,
682 Brandeis Bldg. Omaha. N.-h,
TRAMPING LAKE.- Saskatchewan n1
Southern Alberta selected lands, $9 to 111
per acre. Settlers secure farms on crop
payment plan. Agents wanted. Writs
Gundy Gundy, Dept. B, Union Bank
Bldg., Winnipeg. (a) 3wi
1,600 acres of timber land, 5,000 feet of ns
timber per acre; 6 miles of railroad tow
$6 per acre. Other lands. I A. Hudson.
Hut ton Valley, Mo. (20) M174 13x
on August irrii.
To Brown and Edmunds counties, 8. P.
We have 150 choice quarters that we nra
going to sell cheap, and on easy terms.
This is a golden opportunity. Write us
at once for full Information.
WAIT INVESTMENT CO.,
401 Bee Bldg. Omaha. Neb.
(20) M 451
$10 WILL glva you a Urt In the world.
Chance of a lifetime. We sell a farm
and two lots In the flowing well dl
trict of Dimmit county, Texas, for $210.
payable $10 monthly, no Interest, no taxes
for two years. Farmers are making
from $200 to $6110 per acre. Choice land,
sweet water, a California climate. Wrlto
for handsome Illustrated , book free.
DENTON COLONY COMPANY. San.
Antonio, Tex. (2) M422 Augllx
TIMBER AND TIMBER LANDS are bet
ter Investments at this time than moot
others. Wa want to tell you about them.
Either large or small Investors will ba
Interested. Write us for particulars. The;
International Timber Co., Minneapolis,
Minn. (20) M531 A31
100,000 acres of western Nebraska and
eastern Colorado Improved and unimproved
lands at $5 t.t $15 per acre. Any slss tract.
Fine crops. Write or come and see us.
Globe Land and Investment Co., 812 S. I8U1
St., Omaha. (20) M814
REAL ESTATE LOANS
LOANS on Improved Omaha property.
O'Keefe R. E. Co., 1001 N. Y. Life Bldg,
PRIVATE MONEY-CASH ON HAND
NO DELAY. J. II. MITHEN, 2o2-I 13T
NAT. BANK BLDG. TEL. DOUG. 1378.
WANTED City loans and warrants. , W
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam St."
(22) 889 '
FIVE PER CENT
Money to loan on j
Omaha business property. , J,
THOMAS BRENNAN. . I
Room 1. New York Life Bldg. I
$100 TO $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Hiag., iin ana larnain. WJ)
WANTED City loans.
Peters Trust Co.
LOWEST RATE8 Ben la, Paxton Bfk.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co,
MONEY TO BUILD.
$:O0 to $2io,000 at current rates.
W. H. THOMAS, 6u$ First Nat Bank Bldg,
PAYNE, BOSTWICK & CO., N. Y. Life.
Private money, $5o0 to $6.1100. Low rata,
PRIVATE MONEY-NO DELAY.
GARVIN BROS., 1604 i'AKHAM,
WANTED TO BUY
HIGHEST prices for 2-hand furniture, car
pets, clothes and shoes. Tel. Douglas 3971.
v (25) 398
STOVE. FURNACE, STEAM and hot wateg
boiler repairs; water ironts.
OMAHA STOVE REPAIR WORKS,
12uu-$ Douglas St.
Telephone Bell Douglas K0.
OFFICE OF THE SIOUX CITY . ANIA
WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY.
Omaha. Nebraska, August $, 1908,
To the Stockholders:
Notice is hereby given, that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of Ths bloux
City and Wettern Railway company will
ba held at the office of the company in
Bouth Bloux City, Nebraska, at ten (10
o'clock a. m., on Thursday, October 15, 1908,
to elect directors for the ensuing year and
to act upon the question of selling the
rallioad property and franchise of this com
pany to the Chicago, Burlington A. Qulncy
Railroad company, tha railroad and prop
erty aforesaid being now under lease to
said company, and for the transaction of
such other business as may legally coma
before the meeting.
By order of the Board of Directors.
W. P. DURKEE3.
Religions Fervor Upsets Mlad.
SIOUX FA LI ,8, 8. D., Aug. 10. (Special.)
-m sad rase is reported from Kingsbury
oounty, that of Guy Shaw, a highly re
spected young man, who has lost his mind '
as the result of overstudy at a theological
seminary. After his mind had become af
fected he was taken out of the seminary
and placed on a farm near the little town
of Oldhouse. Ha was steadily Improving
in health, both mentally and bodily, when,
unfortunately for him, some evangelists
representing the Holiness association ap
peared at Oldhouse and held a series of
meetings. As he was quite violent at times
it was deemed best to have him taken be
fore the county board of insanity, which
adjudged him inwine and recommended
that he be sent to the state lwspltal for
the Insane at Yankton, where It is hoped
by his friends he will ba restored to his
old-time mental vigor.
- Big Salt Follows Arrest.
BASIN, Wyo., Aug. 10. (Special.) Jullug
Wegner and A. O. Wunderllch have filed
suits In tha local courts against 8. L.
Wiley and Oeoige C. Hawkey of the Big
Horn Development company, which la pro
moting the Oregon Banm project. In sum
tggregatlng $20,'0a The plaintiffs allege
these damages, because of false Imprison
ment snd malicious misrepresentations by
the defendants, who prosecuted plaintiffs
for alleged Interference with the headgat
of the Bench canal. Tha outcome of tha
suits will be swatted with Interest, for all
of the parties are cromlnert In this sec
tion. By using the various department of Tha
Bee Want Ad aage jroui gat bat (asuitg
at amall expense. . .
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