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TUK , OMAHA' SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 8, 1D03.
:C!Tr PHOFFHTY FOR S4I.E
CITY PROPERTY FOK SALE.
Payne, Bostwick& Co.
REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE
rtHM lit) RANCH IAll) FOR I.B. FA RM AN ft RANCH I,AIl rOltMI.C
Main Floor, N. Y. Life.Bklg.
.. : GOOD HOMES, CHEAP.
$r, 300 For a brand new, B-room modern
cottage In the went part of the city,
one block from the Farnrfm-Dundee
rar. This cottage le 24x36 feet, on
the foundation; five good rooms, be
sides the closets, bath room and
pantry; cellar under the whole house;
all open nickel plated plumbing; large
floored attic, partially finished for
money and has put the price down
to 12.300; tm or $500 cash and the
balance monthly. Come In and let
ua show It to you.
13,000 For 1512 North 2Sth St.. 8 rooms,
four rooms on first floor and four
- - rooms ana Dam on second floor;
laundry and toilet In basement; lot
63x190; east front, with fine shade,
garden and chicken house. Property
lias a building and loan mortgage of
$1,500 on It. Terms, $1,600 cash, bal
ance monthly, or, owner will take
a $1,600 cottage for Ms equity. Here
N Is your chance to get a . splendid
place on reasonable terms. Immedl
. ale possession.
112,300 For a large corner lot and four
modern houses. 2tith and Chicago,
high and sightly. Yearly Income.
$1.5u0. Paved streets and property
$16,500--For two-story pressed brick build
Ing; three rooms on first floor and
three modern flats above. Yenrly
Income, SLOW. located on one of the
good business streets of the city.
$700 For ft 60-foot lot on Harney street,
150 feet west of 42d St., north front,
sewer, water, gas and permanent side
walk all paid. This lot Is worth -$00.
$1,600 For two 50-foot lots, east fronts;
northwest corner Lafayette avenue
snd 42d St.; permanent walks, sewer,
water and gas, all paid. Fine place
to build a home or Investment prop
erty. $1,100 For two lots at the northwest cor
ner of 43d Ave. and Dodge Sts.; room
to build three houses. This Is a snnp.
WANTED By a lsrty of refinement, accus
tomed to traveling, a osltion as com
panion to Isdy or managing housekeeper
for elderly gentleman of means. Address
Mrs. H. Bnow, San Antonio, Tex.. $30
San Tedro Ave. (27) M4t8 1.1
EXPERIENCED office man snd book
keener wants position; competent to bold
, responsible place; best references. Ad
dress D-530. Bee Office. (27) 453 9x
WANTED Work by the day by woman;
good references. Address B Ml, enre Bee.
(27) MW6 8x
Land investments will
be very profitable. We
have special bargains.
LIST YOUR PROPERTY .WITH US FOR SALE.
WORTH OF LOTS
' IN FOREST HILL PARK
ADDITION, ON SO. 10TH ST.
Within the last ten days. That shows
what the people think of this beautiful
tract of ground of the late Herman Kountxe
residence property, along south 8th, 9th
and 10th streets, between William and
Pierce street, which Is only a few blocks
from the wholesale district, Burlington and
Union stations and only a short walk to
the retail and business district. ' If .you
haven't been down to look over this ad
dition IT "WILL PAY YOU;
to go down today and see for yourself
what good bargains we are offering so
$750 to $1,125 for lota on 8th street.
$36 a front foot for lots on 9th street.
$25 a front foot for lots on William St.
$30 a foot for lots on 10th St.
With paving, curbing, cement walks,
"water, sewar and gas all In and paid.
Building restrictions, $2,000 to $2,500.
SALESMAN ON THE
From 2 to 6 p. m.. with plats to show you
the unsold lots. Every lot will be sold In
a short time, so don't put off going to
look over these lots. At least 25 new
houses will be built In this addition next
Terms, ono-fourth cash, balance 1, 2 and
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
' SOLE AGENTS.
1704 Farnam Street. Bee Building.
Trices reduced on-fou'r choice -lots, situ
ated alongside of Mr. John Daugherty's
fine residence. See us about these.
FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
1320 Farnam St.
Ti l. Doug. 1084 Ind. A-Kxil.
Payne Investment Co.
$2,650 New and strictly modern, 6
room cottage, near 24th and
$3,000 On West Farnam Street, a
nearly new, 6-room, modern
house; full lot; paved street;
liermanen walks. Owner muBt
sell this week and will make
$3,75.0 8-room, all modern , 2-story
residence at, 29 th and Dodge.
Good stable. Easy terms.
$4,000 Elegant 9-room, all modern
house at 30th and Chicago; full
lot on paved street. Want offer.
$3,750 and $6,250 Go out to 51st
and Dodge, In Dnndee, and see
the finest bungalow cottages in
town. Both are admirably ar
ranged, well constructed and
.M'auttfully finished. Each house
i:as 100x128 feet of ground,
wonting south. Liberal terms.
$ 200 36th and Sprague, corner, $10
cash; $1 weekly.
$ 250 45th and Decatur, $10 cash.
$1,25042x150 ft., corner, at 28th
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
First Floor, N. L. Y. Eldg.
Telephone Doug. 1781 Ind. A-1188..
THE HAGADORN INVEST
1G13 Tremont St.. Denver Colo.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
NEBRASKA AND COLORADO
Some good Investments In western Ne
braska lands, We have Urge holdings of
lands In the famous SAN Ll'IS VAL
LEY of Colorado, which we are offering
at very low prices, with permanent water
rights. The most productive lands in the
world. Write us for circular and price
lint of lands.
. MAIN OFFICE, 1816 TREMONT ST.,
t-'0) M46G Dec6x
NEW BUNGALOW, ' ,
, . 1720. LAKE ST.
Watch the building of this 6-room bunga
low (cottage). It will have every modern
convenience except furnace, and will put
In furnace If desired. A beautiful south
front, 40-ft. lot. on a brick-paved street.
If you are looking for a new and well built
5-room, modern cottage, on paved street,
not far out and convenient to two car
lines, see us aa to price and terms on
1004 FARNAM BT.
NEW 5-ROQM ' COTTAGE
$200 Cash; Balance Monthly.
15th and Madison Ave. '
A well built house, not far out.
W. H. GATES.
N. T. Life. 'Phone Doug. 124.
The Peters Trust Co.
Ground Floor,-N. Yt Life.
We have over $200,000 in farm
mortgages and school bonds for sale.
No purchaser of our securities has ever
lost a dollar or taken an acre of land
on account of them.
For corporations issuing bonds we
act as trustees.
Funds may be placed with us for
Investment; the proceeds to be paid
Es directed by the terms of the trust.
We invite inspection of our securi
The Peters Trust Co.
Cottage on Easy
Here Is a chance to buy a good 4-room
cottage for $100 down and the balance $16
a month. The house number Is 3003
Franklin and the price is J900.
The Byron Reed Co.
'Phone Doug. 297.
212 S. 14th St.
GOOD BUILDING LOT, 50x130
Lot 6. block 1, Cleveland Place, 14 block
from So. Omaha car line and 2 blocks south
of car barn at 24th and Vinton; south front.
Assessor's Office, Court House. ' Tel. R-3220.
(19 M60I 8x
OWNER SAYS, SELL IT
It acres of finest land near Omaha. 44
teres of grapes. 2H acres of fruit trees,
fcalance fine for site for house and gar
dening. This faces south on Dodge street
SIIIMER & CIIASE CO.,
1ST Farnam St. Doug. 8867. Ind. A-M42
AN eastern owner has two houses In Hans
com Place rented for 170 a month: every
thing modern; paved street: east front;
will sell at a bargain; one block north of
Room U New Tork Lite Building.
$500 CASH WILL BUY
a new 6-rouni modern bungulow near 21th
street car. I'ncc, L".6lO.
A new (-room modern coltuge near 30th and
Mandersou Bts. $2,410.
Five rooms, modern, hot water heat, near
2oth and Mandcrson Sts. Only $2,(i0.
Six-room, nil modern home, near 24th and
mapie. tor oniy xitro.
J. W. RASP CO.,
GS9-91 Brandeis Bldg. Doug. 1653; A-2653,
$1.6(0 FOR COTTAGE and full l.il on uh
between Douglas and Dodge; snap; easy
L. , ll'l? kt, W , T-i ..... .
f. ii r..u, eau oik., ism ann b amain.
3012 Chicago St., 9 rooms, all modern, first
class r. pair, full lot on paved street
owner Kbits $4.u0, wants offer.
Two of the best buys In town.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO..
First Floor X. Y. L. Rldg. Tel. Doug. 1781.
FOR BALE Quarter block In Florence
shade and fruit trees and chicken hraiur
half bhH'k from both cars, j.
1 uoiim. r HirriiiT, jrii. IU AlSJl 1JX
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
Two good building lots in Benson, 4 blocks
from sr and U, blocks from paved Mili
tary roan. auuih.1 i-v.hi, care liee.
tl 131 $x
NEW 4-room cottage, complete, on full lot
28th, near Kinney, $1,850, on payment
REED BROS.. 1710 Farnam Bt.
(19) 438 9
M FEET on 16th near Cuming. 16,000. Har
rison Morton. Omaha. (19) M47J t
TWO lots, corner. (0x134 ft., price $204.
Kenwood Addition. Eaav payments.
Hiverview Addition, 4sSxa7 ft., on grade,
ITU e $460.
Coiner Ijt. 44th and Farnam St., 60x135
l.. It lie $960.
$64 Brandeis Bldg.
NEW (-room, t-atory house and barn,
. seutheast corner Suh and Corby, t&froo, on
REkJD BROS.. 1TM Farnam St.
(U 440 I
SIXTEENTH and Clark. Double frontage
on Mih and 17th with t-rooin cottage, if
sold at once. $3,100. P. D. Wead. Wead
Hlk., lath and Farnam. (19 MC73 S
FIVE-ROOM, all modern cottage, $2,000;
reasonable terms. ifSt 8. 17th Bt.
KKAL K9TATH TTTLE-TRl'ST CO..
CHAS. E. WILXJAMSON, President.
, U3j MiS
NEW 8-room cottage, full lot, southwest
....... . h. .4 I ......... n C.V
wr" mi on., i,i uj , -.j"ii, on puynienis.
REED BROS., 1710 Farnam 8t.
H9 139 9
Colorado & Excelsior
215 Sheidley Dldg.
Kansas City, Mo.
FARM AND FRUIT LAND.
Denver Greeley district, under irrigation;
sugar neets, airaira, general rarmlng and
fruit raising; low price, easy payments.
National Investment Co.. 682 Brandeis
Bldg., Omaha. Tel. Douglas 6631.
BUY five or ten acres of fertile,' Irrigated
lana in tne wonaerrui Ban Luis valley,
and make money truck farming, or hold
for big advance In price within next
year. Close to growing town. Best mar
ket. Prices within reach of all. Wrlto
A. F. Neely, Fort Garland, Colo.
IF YOU want to get into a guilt-edged
t UDayi land proposition on the ground
floor? write A. Eenkema, Security Hldg.,
Minneapolis, Minn. (20) 653 8x
CORN LANDS ?Jl
report, ont free.
BAZEL J. MEEK. CHJLLICOTH2, MO.
TAFT 13 KLRCTED.
BUY IT. NOW. WHY?
If yoii want Investment. If you want a
home.' Buy it now. .....
DO YOU KNOW THAT
During th prosperous times which are
now a certainty for the coming four years,
land, good western Nebraska land, will
double In value and perhaps trlble. There
fore buy It. Get some of It. Now. Wo
handle the very best chenp land yet left
In Western Nebraska and at prices that are
right. Please note the bargains listed be
low. These are only a mere samplo of some
of the good things on our list and to ap
preciate wnai we nave you snouid see for
yourself. Come with us -on Tuesday, Nov.
17th, 1908.' Kperfal excursion.
160 fine level land, best of eoII. $9 Drr
acre, easy terms.
6 acres, fine level land. Good soil. 17 2K
per acre. Easy terms.
6W acres, fine level land. Good sofl. 17
per acre. Easy terms.
320 acres, fine land. Homo lmnrovementH
$13.50 per acre.
e have a large list In Chevenne snrt
Kimball Counties at from $6 to $20 per acre.
It will sell for double this in less than four
,-ears. Muy it now and get the benefit of
COME AND GO WITH US TUESDAY,
NOVEMBER 17, 19f.
OftAJl Al, f Atl.IlSION. WRITE
REAL ESTATE TITLE-TRUST COM
PANY, OMAHA. NEBRASKA,
YOU CAN MAKE W PER CENT.
Ir-vest your savlnits In land In Arcadia.
the home of the big winter apple; one-tenth
down and balance 'n small monthly pay
ments. Location, 22 miles from Bpokane,
011 I lie Bpokane Falls & Northern, con
necting with three transcontinental rall
ron Soil the best, climate Ideal. Aver
age emperature, summer, 62 degrees; win
ter, 36 degrees. We plant the trees, culti
vate, prune, spruy and care tor mem lor
four years free .if cost. You can continue
your present work and at the end of four
years get a property paying at least $l,i)ci0
per year per acre. Investigate this. Send
for our literature; It will pay you. Grant
& Dye, (Inc.), 802 American Bank Hldg.,
Seattle, WubIi. (20)
FOR SALE fpeclal bargains; 160 acres.
Codington, S. )., and S-V acres, Neosho
county, Kan. Particulars on application.
K. M. Bettesworth, Cedar IKaplds, la. ,
(20) 613 8
Eighty acres Irrigated land to exchange
for city property; cultivated land; best
water right In the state; close to large
city; an exceptional bargain.
NATIONAL INVESTMEXT COMPANY,
CS2 Brandeis Bldg.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
FIVE PER CENT
money to loan 011
Omaha Business Property.
Room 1, New York Life Bldg.
MONEY TO BUILD.
$500 to $200,000 at current rates.
W. II. THOMAS, 603 First Nat. Bank Bldg.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
67o FIRST mortgages:
A few choice first mortgages recom
mended by a national bank, In amounts of
from $3.(in0 to $2U.OoO, thnt will net Investors
6 jkt cent. All on well Improved farms.
Address or call on
E. S. W GATHER LY,
210 First Nat. Bunk Bldg.
(22) M665 9
PRIVATE MONEY NO DELAY.
GARVIN BROS.. 1604 FARNAM.
PAYNE. BOSTWICK & CO.. X. Y. Life,
Private money; $uj0 to $3,000; low rate.
LOWEST RATES Bemls. Paxton block.
480 ACRES of improved land for sale or
iraue. ziu mo. jd St. (20) 3o6 8x
Farms Near Omaha
l,frf acres, 3 sets of Improvements, on
paved road. R. R. station on land. 10 miles
from Omaha. $X0 per acre. Will divide.
W acres, well improved, H in native hav,
bs.lsnce In cultivation, alfalfa and pasture.
4 miles from Valley, $50 per acre.
Easy terms on both of the above farms.
3.4(1) aores deeded and 610 acres leased
rrhool land. Gnu cattle. 60 horses, I mllrs
fiom R. R. town, nearly all level hay land;
must be sold on account of sickness; price
$12.60 per acre. Easy terms. No charge
for school land.
J. H. Dumont & Son
Always on hand and for sale in
amounts from $300 to $3,000.
BENSON & MYERS,
412 N. Y. Life Bldg.
STENOGRAPHIC preferred, any clerical
worK acceptable, by a High school grad
uate; serious minded, strict attention to
business; A-l references. Address N 605,
care Bee. (271-M554 10x
WANTED House cleaning, window wash
ing, carpet cleaning, etc., by day or hour.
'Phone Webster 4H6. (27) Mo73 9x
WE have in stock (no delay) repairs for
every'mske of furnace, steam or hot water
heater, water fronts.
OMAHA STOVE REPAIR WORKS.
1206-08 Douglas St
Telephones: Bell. Douglas 9uu; Ind., A-31.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS TUB
Beard of Education of the school dlstilct
of Omaha Invites sealed separate bids for
the "lieatir and ventilation," the "plumb
ing, sewerage and gas piping," and the
"electric wiring" of tne Omaha View School
building, now being erecttd on the west
side of Thirtieth street, between Maple
and Binniey streets, Omaha, Nob. Plans,
specifications and bidders' blanks may be
obtained at the office of Fisher & Lawrle.
architects, 212 Paxton block. All bids must
be made on bidders' blanks furnished by
said architects. A certified check for not
less than three (3) per cent of
the amount of the bid, drawn In favor ot
the school district of Omaha, must accom
pany each bid as u guarantee that thd
bidder will enter into a contract In ac
cordance with said bid. Bids will close at
8 o'clock p. m. on November ltj, li8, at
which time all bids on tile with the secre
tary will be opened In open board meeting
in tho preserve of the public. The Board
of Education reserves the right to re)ect
any or all bids and to waive any defect
or Informality In any bid should It be
deemed to the Interest of the school district
to do so. Send sealed envelopes containing
bids to the undersigned marked as fol
lows: "Bid on Omaha View School." J.
F. BURGESS, secretary, 605 City Hall.
Omaha. Nub. Nov Dot
THE SOUTH OMAHA AND WESTERN
RAILROAD COMPANY Special, Meet
ing. Omaha, Neb., October 7, 1908. A spe
cial meeting of the stockholders of The
South Omaha and Western Railroad Com
pany will be held at the office ot the
Company In Omaha, Ntb., on Friday, De
cember 18, 19d8, at U o'clock a. ni.. ior the
purpose of authorizing and providing for
the sale ot the railroad of The South Omaha
and Western Railroad Company, with Its
franchises and appurtenances. Us real es
tate and personal property, to Union Pa
cific) Railroad Company, the consideration
for such sale- to be the cancellation of
the bonds and satisfaction of th mort
gage of said The South Omaha and W estern
Railroad Company, and the assumption of
all Its other Indebtedness by the said
Union Pacific Railroad Company; and tor
the purpose of transacting ail such other
business as may legally come before the
meeting. For the purposes of the meeting
the books for the transfer of stock wlil
be closed at 3 o'clock p. m. on Monday,
December 7. 1908, and will be reopened at
10 o'clock a. m. on Saturday, December
19. 1S08. T. M. URR. Secretary. OeatoDls
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Meliora W. Falrchild and husband to
Gustav J. Ingwersen, s lot 6 and
part lot 6. block 2, Oakhurst park-. $2,500
United States National bank of
Omaha to Alice K. Kcnnard, se4
Roy N. Bhrlver to Irina E. Horsky,
lot 6, block 2. Holmes' addition... 600
Maude I. Wallare to Frederick H.
Blake, lots 7 and 8. block 222, Omaha 1
Garneau Investment company to
Maudo I. Wallace, same 1
Clinton H. Brlggs and wife to Elisa
beth M. Shahan, lots 1 and 3. block
13, Brlggs' Place 950
R. C. Petora and wife to Elisabeth
M. Shahsn. lots 26 and 27, block 13,
Brlggs' Place 1
Alice Hodson et al. to, same, same... 1
FTednrlck G. Roberts et al to same,
same - 1
George T. Morton and wife to same,
lot 22, block 1, lots IS, 19, 20 and
21, block 1. Briggs' Place 10
Farmers' Iyian and Trust company to
8. G. Huntress, lot 2, block 11, Plain
Omaha Real Estate and Trust com
pany, to Albert A. Gibson, lots 11,
12 and 13, block 14, Saunders & Hime
baugh's Highland park 450
George Nuslein and wife to Annie
Dugnid. lot 100. Nelson's addition.. 1
Standard Oil company of Nebraska
to Leon .1. Nelson, west ISti feet of
lots 7 and 6, and south 46 feet of
lot 6. block 7, McCaguc's addition,
and other property 2.0CG
Total $ 6,4.10
AFFAIRS AT Sl)UTil 01IAI1A
City Clerk Present Statement of
Financial Statu of the City.
MONEY ENOUGH FOR THE TEAR
Jadament, and Water Faads Only Ones
Which Appear Likely to Be In '
Distress with Good Management.
The city clerk made his regular monthly
statement yesterday, showing that of avail
able funds amounting to $303,131.23. $63,
399.98 had been expended In the first three
months of the fiscal year. A balance of
$139,731.25 remains to be expended. The
average expenditures of the month would,
therefore, be $21,000 In round numbers. This
average Is misleading for the reason that
the city council found It necessary to pay
up a lot of debts left over from the last
administration, using the entire Judgment
fund In the first month. The expenditures
of the first month amounted to more than
$30,000. This amount wss much reduced In
the month following. The last two months
might, therefore, be the best comparison
of the average expenditures. This shows
that $15,000 Is about the average. The funds
will be ample if this average 1 maintained.
No more Judgments can be paid this year,
but they must be passed over to the next
levy. Tho water company also has served
notice on the city that no more fire hy
drants will be installed for the reason that
the fund will not warrant It.
The voting machines, which had a special
fund, have all been paid for and the fund
Is therefore cancelled.
The detailed report follows:
Amount of levy (90 per nt)
1908-9 avwllable August 1, 1908 $18S,8o8.8-,
Balance of former levies and col
lections August 1, 191 (brought
over) 18. 106.IO
Collections bv city treasurer since
August 1, 1908
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam St.
$1(V TO $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg., 18tb and Farnam. (22) 769
RAILWAY TIME CARD
IMOX STATION- KITH AND MASON
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
1C05 Farnam Bt, Omaha, Neb.
10 ACRES iA BARGAIN.
Improvements worth $K0H. Rich soil, near
good market. Rented for 12 per cent of
p-rlce asked. Must sell at once. Owner,
34U2 Meredith, Omaha. (20) 22
GOOD LAND CHEAP.
610 acres, western Nebraska. $3.68 per acre;
$700.72 cash, balance In 8 years, $12 each
year at 6 per cent Interest. Owner, llox
164. Council Bluffs. (20) 684 8
CITY AND FARM "LOANS.
Kd L Culver,
314-315 New York Life.
Mercantile Incorporating compeny; will In
corporate your business correctly. 111-816
New York IJfe. (22)
PRIVATE money to loan. J. H. Sherwood.
616 Brandeis Bldg. (22) 761
LOAN8 of $500 to $5,000 on Omaha resi
O KEF.FE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1001 N. Y. Life Bldg.
PRIVATE FUNDS to loan on second real
estate mortgages. Apply room 218 First
National Bank Bldg. Bell Phone Doug
. 2318. (22) S0O Nov
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED Unimproved land or lots: will
slve my shares of stock In a reliable In
dustrial corporation for same; describe
what vmi have and state va'ue. Aridr ss
Peter Mathews. Orion. 111. (13) M592 8x
HOUSE and lot. 213. new, 6 rooms, 3.1xl;l?.
2014 S. 7th. Price, $1,060. Willows, Sol
Brandeis Bldg. (19) M572 8x
buys a very desirable trackage corner 1n
wholesale district, on a short spur. F
D. Wead. 1S01 Farnam St. (!) 433 t
90.000 square feet floor space, good trark
age, $),0U. Harrison & Morton. Omaha.
(19 M174 8
MxtS. near 2th and Farnam, $13,000. Har
rison Morton, Omuha. (ID) M173 8
110x131, (-story wholesale luildlng. A'k for
price. Harrison A Morton, Omaha.
(19 M47i I
41x133 I. P. tracksge, heart or ritv, $x mm
Harrison A Morton, Omaha. (18 Mi;i g
LIST your property with Chris Boyer. 2IJ
and Cuming Sta. (IK j;
72H FEPTT north side Farnam near 20th, i-j0
a fiont foot, Harrison & Morton.
Twelve miles west of Omaha good im
provements, some timber, on main road,
less than one mile to town. Only $75 per
acre. Might divide at same price.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1001 N. Y. Life. Omaha, Neb.
FOR BEST SELECTED INDIAN TERRI
TORY FARM LAN DSL OKLAHOMA,
THE PUTNAM CO..
604 N. Y. LIFE BLDG.. OMAHA.
GO to southwest Texas with the Alllsnn
Hlchey I-and Co. They will sell you
cheap, fertile, prairie lands with abund
ant rainfall, pure water and excellent
climate. Excursions the firm and third
Tuesdays of each month. Write for Il
lustrated booklets. The Alllson-Richey
I nil Co., Moore Bldg., Sun Antonio,
Texas; Walnwilght Bldg.. St. I.ouia. Ma.;
Union I pot, Kansas City, Mo.
WANTED Information regarding a good
farm for sale; not particular about loca
tion; wish to hear from owner only, who
will sell direct to buyer; give price, de
scription and state when possession can
be had. Address L. Darbyslilre. Box
1910 A, Rochester, N. T. (23i
WANT TO BUY Klncald homestead re
linquishment, or two joining preferred;
rive full dlscrlptlon. Address. D-513. care
Bee. (25) Mtit'd 9x
HIGHEST prices for Id-hand furniture, car
pels, clothes and shoes. Tel. Doug. Ssil.
RIGHT prices paid for 2d-hand furniture,
carpets, stoves, clothing, shoes. Tel. Red
6101. ' (25)-704
YOUNG msn with eight years' experience
in general merchandise, wants position;
must be in city; best of references lur
nibhed. Address V 2o2, cats bee.
EXPERIENCED stenographers; excellent
irfernets. U, Omaha Bee. Council Bluffs
POSITION WANTED as office manager
or general offli-e woik; expert book
keeper and atsnogiapher; employed at
present. Address M 601, care Bee.
l12:30 pm b 1:40 pm
Overland Limited a 8:;0 am
Colorado Express s 3:50 pm
Oregon Express a 4:10 pm
Los Angeles Limited. . .al2:55 pm
Fast Mall a :3' am
China and Japan Mall.. a pm
North Platte Local a 7:12 am
Colo.-Chicago Special. ..a!2:10 am
Beatrice & BtromsDurg
Chicago Fjtpress a 7:15 sin a 3
Chicago limited a :( pm a 8
Minn. -at. Paul Express.b 7:15 am
Minn. -St. Psul Limited a 6:00 pm a 8
Oma.-Ft. Dodge Local. a 4:15 pm all
Calraao A Northwestern-
Chicago Dsy right a . :26
St. Pul-Mlnn. Exp a 7:16
Chicago Local all:)
Sioux City Passenger.. .a 8:50
Chicago Special a :()
St. Paul-Minn. Limited. a 8:20
Ln Angeles Limited. .. .a :30
Overland Limited alO:00
Bloux City Ijocal...
ChlcnffO Great Western
Rt. Paul-Minneapolis.... 8:30
Chicago - Express
W a bush
fit. Iouls Express a 6.30
St. Louis Ioeal. (from
Council Bluffs) a 8:00
Stanberry Ixul (from
Council Bluffs) b 6:00
Chicago, llllnskkr A Bt
ChL Colo. Speclsl.... 7:25
Csl. A Ore. Express. ...a 8:00
Overland Limited a 9 68
Perry Local b 6:15
K. C. & St. L Express.a 9:00
K. C. & St. L Express .a U'-lo
Chicago, Hock Island A
Chicago limited a 8:00
Iowa Local a 7:00
Rocky Mountain Ltd. ..a 3:i0
lies Moines A Eastern a 7:o0
lies Moines Passenger.. a 4:00
Iowa Ixicol bll:0
Chicago 1 Eastern Kx ). a 4:10
Chicago Flyer a 8:28
Rocky Mountain Ltd ..all .15
Colo. & Cel. Express.. a 1:J0
Okl. A Texas Expr-as..a 4:40
a 9:10 pm
a 5:"0 pm
a 6:ih pm
a 9:16 pm
a V16 pm
a 6:50 pm
a 4:15 pm
a 7:06 am
pm a 9
pm a I
pm a s
am a 6
pm a 6
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Total receipts from all sources
to November 2. 1908 $203,131.23
..I 8.01 '
Nov. 2. 19
M. 817. 16
Street repair 1
Voting machines ..
Curbing and nav-
lnr repairs 4 J
Grand total ... $203,131.23 $139,731.25
Three Arrested aa Suspects.
Dan Miller, Alexander McDonevich and
Nicholas Savich have been arrested as sus
pects. It Is believed that the men, who
are Austrlans, were concerned In the rob
bery cf Alexander Grand's saloon at Thir
tieth and Q streets. The robbery occurred
Saturday or 8unday nights but was not
discovered until Monday morning. The de
tectives have had the Austrains under sus
picion, and on visiting their rooms some of
the stolen liquor. It is alleged, waa found In
their possession. The booty consisted of
several gallons of whisky, some rum. wine
snd cigars. Since the saloon was entered,
these men, It Is said, had been Intoxicated
most of the time, and it was that which
first drew suspicion on them. Nicholas
Savich was released on bond, but the oth
ers are still in Jail.
V. M. C. A. Nates.
Mr. Johnson tins enrolled a class In arith
metic, . another In penmanship, and still
another In reading. Nxt week the class
In' English for foreigners will be organized.
There Is a largo demand for this class.
Tho "Pop" Saturday evening will be a
series of athletic stunts and a basket ball
game between the Oiants and the Pigmies.
The musical program will be rendered by
the Silver band of Omaha. 'This band !a
considered one of the best In the slat.
The general public is Invited.
O. M. Will aius will conduct the 4 o'clock
service Sundny afternoon. This service Is
the opening of the week of prayer. Thera
will be devotional meetings Id the rooms
f II week stive Wednesday when the services
Will bo conducted in the different churches
of the city with association leaders. Miss
Jean McDowell will sing a solo at the Sun
day afternoon meeting and the orchestra
will render a luislcal program. All men
Improvement Club Meeting;.
The New Settler 8 Improvement club held
a meeting last night at the New Settlers'
hall. Thirty-sixth and U streets. About
thirty-five were present and the meeting
was one of much Interest.
A number of Improvements to the dis
trict represented by the club were brought
up and discussed. The grading of U street
from Thirtieth to Thirty-sixth, the opening
of Twenty-third avenue through to Q street!
leading along the east line of St. Mary's
cemetery were all considered. The exten
sion ot water mains south on Thirty-sixth
from Q to Y streets was also brought up
a fcundsr Services.
"The Power of Godliness," Is the topic of
Rev. George VanWlnkle's sermon at the
Baptist church Sunday morning. The even
ing topic is "The Possibilities ot a Life."
Dr. R. L. Wheeler will preach at the
First Presbyterian church findsy morn
ing. In the evening his theme will be
"David Waiting in the Gates for Ills Son,
"Tho Healing of the Nobleman's Son." Is
the theme of Rev. 11. W. Liver's sermon
Sunday morning at the English Lutheran
'church. The young people wl!! hcia a ser
vice In the evening.
Communion service will be observed at
Lefler's Memorial church Sunday morning.
Rev. Karl Hlller, will preach In place of
Dr. Gorst. Quarterly conference was ob
served Friday evening.
Rev. D. A. W. Johnson, the newly elec
ted pastor of the United Presbyterian
church will conduct the regular services.
The annual chrysanthemum festival will be
observed Thursday and Friday, November
19 and 20.
The Christian church will hold its ser
vices at the Young Men's Christian asso
ciation gymnasium at 11 a. m. Sunday
school will convene at 10 a. m. "The Good
Samaritan" Is the pastor's theme. Miss
Haxel Martin will lead the Christian En-
pm a 2
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pm a 1
YOUNG MAN 25 years, college graduate,
some exjrt-neiice, reliable, clean record,
highest references, desires permanent mil
P'ufitsble employment wltu opportunity.
Address Y L, tare Bee. t27 Mil7 8x
WEBSTKIl STA. I6TH A WEBSTER
Chicago, 81. I'nnl, Minneapolis A
Twin City Passenger. ..b 6:30 am b 9:20 pm
81011 x City Passenger... a 2:" pm a!0:50 am
Fjinerson I-ocsl c 8 45 am c 6:55 am
Emerson Lu tl u a:sa pm o .iv am
..b 3:50 pm bll 25 am
RAILROAD TIME CARD Con tinned,
Bt RL1.V GTON STA. IOTII A MASON
Denver & California. ...a 4:10 pm a 3:50 pm
Northwest Special a 4:10 pm a i:M pm
Black Hills a 4:10 pm a 6:10 pm
Northwest Express all:5 pm u 9:118 am
Nebraska points a 8:45 am a :lu pin
Nebraska Express a 9:i5 am a 4:l'i pm
Lincoln Fsst Mail b 1:20 pin al2:ll pt.i
Lincoln Local bl:iini
Lincoln Local a7:5tpm
Bchuyler-Plattsroouth ,.b 8:10 pm bl':J urn
Bellevue-Plattsmoutli ,.a $:u pm a 8: oil sni
Plattsmouth-lowa b 9:18 am
Bellevue-Plattsmuutli . c 2:33 pm c 2. it pin
Denver Limited a 4:10 pm a 7:06 um
Chicago Spncla) a 7:J6 am all:16pin
Chicago Express a 4:2u pm a 3:55 pn-
Chicago Flyer a 6:9 pm a 3:. am
Iowa Ixical a 9 15 am a 11 :3 am
St. Iiiia Express a 4 15 pm all .10 sin
Kansas City A St. Joe.. a 10 45 pm a : am
Kansas City A Bt. Joe.. a 9:1 am a 1:10 pm
Kansas City A St. Joe. a 4:46 pm
a Dslly. b Daily except Hunday. c iun
day only, d Dally except Saturday.
deavor discussing "Right Against 'Wrong.'
A series of services will be begun Pm
dsy at St. Clement's church, preparstmy
to the advent season. The toplo Sunday
will be "Christ Aa My Judge." It Is es
pecially desired that the men be present
at these . services. Morning prayer at 11
a. m. Sunday school nt 12 p. Vesper ser
vice at St. Edward's chapel at 7:30.
Magic Cltr lioeslp.
The W. W W. club will organise this
sfternoon at the residence of Mrs. i.
Next week will be the week of special
prayer for the work of the Young Men's
Dr. R. L. Wheeler married William
Pel Jens to Miss Frieda llacben of Ouialia
Wednesday evening. .
II. L. Yareger of Atchison. Kan., and K.
R. Wilson of Wayne, Neb , are the guests
of Rev. R. W. Livers snd family.
Mrs. Kelly snd Mrs. W. R. Sage enter
tained the Women's Afternoon flub yes
terday at the residence of Mrs. Kelly.
Mrs. Clyde Campbell and Mrs. William
McWald of Atlantic, la. have been the
guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Schlndel.
The Rebekahs gave a dance at Odd
Fellows' hail last evening, which was
enjoyed by a number of friends of the
For Rent 376 8. 8"d. nine-room house-
good location; $18 per month.
Harry Leggltt or Chicago Is the guest
of South Omaha friends for a few davs.
He is enroute to Denver and Colorado
Anhn Grady of Company II of the Six
teenth Infantry was turned over to the
officers of Fort Crook yesterday. He ii
arrested In South Omaha fur intoxica
tion. The United Presbyterian church enter
tainment at the residence of Mrs. A. .1
Caughey Thursday night was a great suc
cess. Over 100 people were present. The
musical program was presented by rep
resentatives of ten different nationalities
In South Omaha.
The death of Miss Anna C. Lee, th
16-year-old daughter of Charles Lee, la
North Seventeenth street, occurred yes
terday evening. She was a graduate of
the eighth grade at Jungman school a 11,1
bad been attending the high school. Sli
had many friends anion, the young peo
ple, who will miss her sorolv. She whs
always delicate in health. The funeral
will be held at 2 p. 111. Sunday. Rev. Mr
Bothwell of the Methodist church will
conduct the services. The burldl Is at
Forest Lawn cemetery.
GROWING TREES FOR TIES
Practical Efforts Undertaken to Meet
si Pressing; Need of the
The unromantlc section of timber that
lies Imbedded between the rails until rooted
up and burned, too old for service, has as
sumed a vast Importance In the estimation
of practical railroad tnen, for the fores. s
from which come, the trees that are cut
Into ties are becoming exhausted, and the
prices of this material are being advanced
to such an extent that some radical stes
have become absolutely necessary. The
Pennsylvania railroad Is the pioneer In the
departure that It Is thought will solve the
A large piece of farm land belonging to
the company at Morrlsvllle has been set
apart for a forest reservation, snd here,
under the direction of the forestry depui l
ment of the railroad, millions of seedling
plants are being nursed into a sufficiently
robust life to allow for their removsl to
other lands belonging to the company,
where they can be permitted to take their
chance of growing to maturity.
The trees selected for this plantation are
Ihose which have proved to be the most
desirable for railroad ties. There are acres
of oak seedlings, chestnuts, catalpa plants,
black locust, Scotch pine, Austrian pine,
Douglas (Ir and other trees that are of the
right material for cutting up Into railroad
Besides these trees there are a vast num
ber of seedlings that have never been tried
for the purpose to which it is Intended to
put these trees when they reach maturity,
but which might prove even superior for
that purpose to the trees that have always
been selected. Those seedlings are being
grown for the purpose of . providing the
railroad with a variety of trees so that ex
periments cri be made In the fuiuie to de
termine which particular tree Is actually
the best for securing the all-Important rail
on the company way. .
It will be forty years or sj before the
trees that now ure In a s.-edling state will
have attained a growth sufliilont to Justify
the forestry tlcpartrmnt in cutting them
down for formation into railroad ties. The
plan la to nurse the seedlings along at the
forestry reservation until they are sufll
c.eritly big to penult transplanting. They
will then Le taken up and r. planted. in s line
of the many vacant lanes owned by tn
The seedlhihS will bo planted six feel
apart and will then have to lake tli 11
chance of surviving. The fostering care uf
the forester cannot follow them further.
As they will be planted oil ground belong
ing to the ra.lrosd, on which no one will
have a right to trespass, It Is probable thtt
most of the trees w.ll reach maturity and
will oentually f-lfiil lliclr uestiny, becom
ing rai.road t.es.
The lallroad companies possess-Immense
stretches of territory along the l.ne of Hie
permanent ways, ground that Jias been ac
quired perforce because a right of way
could not Le secured without buying extra
land, and farm land and other real estate
that has been purchased because, It was
seen that the company would some day
need It for one of the variety of uses to
which a railroad can put vacant spaces
along Us lines.
The reservation here was one of thosa
vacant stretches, and when the
department took It In hand It required the
serv.ee. of a small srmy of Italian, to re
deem the land from a .tate of wllderneM
like confusion. Now everything on he
plsnt.tion Is in scientific order. sn4 IB fins
hand of the skilled forester Is vldent In
every line of the seedling rows-Philadelphia
Record. J '
cottonTloth for bandages
It Is Superior to Mnen AeewMl
uf Its Absorbing;
Cotton Is better for Dandages than linen
and Its cheapness brings It within ths reach
of the possessor of the most limited means.
Ko household should be without a supply
of cheesecloth for such purposes, ana 11
s iould bo burned en , never used but ones.
The llnm formerly used for bandages
absorb, the albuminous serum
skin dlse.se. of more or lea. moist nature,
keep, the .uif.ee dry and c.u.e. pa n;
also absorb, the f-My .'ibstsnres employed
in the dressings and Interferes with tueir
ft tlo.A on th. skin.
l.oyal H- Win.
,-. , ... ,tel Jewelers won two game.
7rJ'llna from t he West Sides. Friday
ot .b,',1'1',?,(; Metropolitan basement all,. ..
'v K,,,Nor'aaar.l a new bowler. hd h Kil
msI. S 4 nd 1K9 fur single g.mc
On Monday iilght He.elin's M,xe, a and lbs
lmllv New" will battle for the pins.
Dally Jew WKST BIDES.
1st. 2d. $d. Tot I
Chrislensen i V.
,-lt v 91 1 1
Madsen . l ' 157 115 4 M
Nurgaard J m J3T JM
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W. II. Russell, :K'2i Heaaril slteel. frame
dwelling. $1.K: S. K. Giltnan. Thirty
fourth and Arbor streets, frame dwelling.
$:.oj; Alplilhia Nelson. Thirty-fifth ave.iue
and Leavenworth street, frame dwelliug,
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