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T1TE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY. .TAXUAKY 5. 1H00
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rnlaraas will fce takes aatll IS
tha tiUf edltlea ! aatll ..
V aeeesed far Icaa tbaa 10
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CH RATKI FOR WT AOS.
RF.OtMR CLAflSiriCATIOIf Oaa
lawrllti, aer llaa, lt mate. Twa a
Mora eaaaectalTa laaertleae, per Hee,
II eeats. Eaeh laeertlaa aaada add
Kara 10 eeats par ltaa. ai.BO par
llaa per saaatkl eaceallac
rtlRITIIHBD ROOM AO,
ssfcea areeaaaaled F eak, tka rata
svlll kai Oaa laaertlaa, eeats "
liaci tkraa ar ala aeaseeatlve laaer
Haas, eaata per llaa rack lasertlaai
i?ta ar aa csaaeeattee teeartlaos,
eeats aar llaa aack lasertleai
iriti par llaa pa naaaUa.
Waat ada far TaaBee af
al aar af tka fellowlac d etoree
im U year "caraer rMll" tfcar
are all kraack f Tka Baa
aad year ad will ka laeerted Jaat aa
Itruanptlr aad aa tka aaaia rates aa at
the atala eflSce la The Bee Banding.
1 fteveateeata Faraaaa etreetei
Albach, W. C, 40th and Farnam.
Reranek. 8. A., 1401 8. 16th 8L
Becht Pharmacy. 1M 8. 16th St.
, Henaoti Pharmacy, Benson, Neb.
I Bemis Park Pharmacy. ti and Cuming.
IfUke's pbarmacy, 2i Snermsn Ave.
' Coughlln, C. H., ath and Pierce Bta.
Clifton Hill Pharmacy, 2213 Military Ave.
Cunle, J. B., Slat Ave. and Fsrnam 81.
Ohnssey Pharmacy, 24th and Lake Sis.
Cermak, Emh, 1204-6 8. 13th St.
Eliier-, B. 11., 202 Leavenworth St.
Foster Arnold!. 213 N. 25th Hi.
rreytsg. John J.. 1914 N. Z4th St.
' Florence Drug Co , Florence, Neb.
I Goldman Pharmacy, -Otlt and Lak 8l.
i Ureenough. G. A., I05 8. Wtli Si.
; Greenough. U. A., 16.4 8. loth 8t.
llayden. William C, 2920 Farnam St.
I Hanscom Park Pharmacy, 14ul 8. -ih St.
Hoist. John, W4 N. mil St.
Huff, A. Li.. 2V24 Leavenworth St.
King. R. 8., 2-J8 Kama in 81.
Rountze Place Pharmacy, H N- 2ln St.
l'atrlck llrul Co.. 16U2 N. -4th 8t.
Lalhrop, Charles E.. 1324 N. 24th 8t.
Peyton. L E.. 24lh and Leavenworth Sla.
Saratoga Drug Co., l!4tb 8t. and Ames
Schaefer's Cut Price Drug Co., 16lh and
Schaefer, August, 2031 N. 16th St.
Schmidt, J. H., 24th and Cuming 8ts.
Walnut Hill Pharmacy, 40lh and Cuming
Walton Pharmacy. 20th and Grace Sts.
Worth. O. 11.. 40th and Hamilton Sts.
DEATH AND FUN KRAI, NOTICES.
i MURPHY Mrs. Mary, aged 40 years, be
loved wife of Lfanlel Murphy. Hue 1
aurvived by her husband, two sons uni
funeral j uesday morning from residence,
llio smrnian avenue, al :J0 a. in., to lloiy
amuv cnurcn, at !i a. in. Interment,
Jio.y "oepuitiHi cemetery, r rlrnds invii-u.
L ... . ... I II A.N KS
Mi. ana Kulieit Richelieu wish to
ex. end tneli .n;..,.o, luunKS tJ the Sunday
itcnooi ui .. uii u.td ric'lgnuurs a.iu
ii j i i.Ki.us i... ... .. i.iiiGiitxs in me suuulu
t.catn ol tiit..i A-uiiy A.
Hilt HIS A.NU UK AT IIS.
tiii tlis- lr lug K. lti Hori. TH Spalding
si.eii, b., , tvauer aievena, lhio IKK
Miieei, hoi ; riituiKiH 4. ralieibun, . Lmku
ktirt't, bey; boionion Cohn, tu iilortn tix
letnoi hi.tti. gin; Thomas lieynoias,
is j. i,t cixieciitti street, gil l; Jil uucKing
i.a.ii, oli Bouiii Tweiiiy-elun avenue, boj. ;
m.' i ielss, el South '1 weniy-lirsi street,
e.edths-Anton Johnson, "IS Soutn
'i M.iity-eigiiiii avenue, 41; William Seuiuii,
t iu i.e.icul Hospital, A), lua bousf, ou
b ,uni Sixieenth Birttl, 4U; frank uusal,
M. jostpn a hospital, 4u; Mi lured Jones,
JJou.mm hliei, JV; ea.au AleCneallv,
iiiona ilats, i.
'1 lie rulloAlng luiiiuge 1. censes have
bt en Isbueu: 1
.same and Residence.
t toi ae 1-eicueit:, iwiimoie, N. I)....
Alum emu. uuiana
Krnvst Llelx i knecht, Kansas City, Mo
Josie Uiiletl, Princeton, Mo
Harry F. Glale, Granil Junction, Colo.
Anna K Lamberg, Holdrege, .Neb
Nels E. Olsson, Alcdo, 111
feather E. Johnson, Aledo, 111
'William J. Gaskell, Omaha
Clara A. Deviuc, umaiia
Jolin J. Orabow, Uretna, Neb ' 2H
Serena Glessman, Omaha 20
ION FAINTING-. 11. Cole. U02 Douglas.
Automobile Couipan y
1U4 Farnam St.
Stoddard Davton Touiuii .ar (1 j.
lieo Touring car. to5u.
Reo Touring ear, touu,
Jl -o Touring car, u.
Ford, model N. 1450.
Kurd, model R, towl.
Ford, 8 roadaier, I moat ntv iu
Kord. It, JotJU. '
Bulck Runabout, almost n. .
huIok louilng car, loco,
hievena Durea, Uiti.
Luagon touring car. $1,060.
Wavany Electric, 1S50 up.
All the above guaranteed In good ahao.
Win for full description. "
btate agents aiudda.ru Daytoa and Ford
ris. Tne best automobile values in tae
btoddard Dayton. U.600. 12.(00, t-'.&OO. The
aenaational Ford l6o touring car
Good live agenta wanted.
Open and closed care for rent day or
tiignt. Special attention given to theater
Tel. Doug, iit. (D-Ulbi
' ?'.-P' r'nt ""''aboard automobile:
speed $o miles an hour; (rat class condi
tion, $175. L Uron. 313 8. 12th St.
MY Rambler touring car; almost new;
( heap if sold at ouce. Audi ess K a t-ar
OH ACCOUNT of moving to New York
will sell my Baker Electric Auto witli
"and new batteries and newly painted
also charging plant at great sacrifice!
A. D. Brandeis. (21334
PROFITABLE positions open tr the au
tomobile field; technical instructions on
bo in ateam and gas snginea: student
paid tor repair work. Addreaa Oman
School of Automobile Engineering. 241
l.eatrnworth St. it) M'lii
FOR SALE OR TRADE 160 acree good
land, two and one-half nillea of 'i'af
'lex., will trad for cliy property. Und or
merchandise In eastern Nebraaka. K. M.
Allen, York. Neb. t3 M9.6 6x
FARMS. town property. merchandise.
Stringer a Child. Paxton blk., Omaha.
tv ACRES good land, near Spaulding,
Keb. Addreaa K 33. rare of Bee.
TO GET IN or out ot business cll oa
GANG EST AD. Room 403. Bee Bldg.
BE your own boss. Get an Independent
money snaking bualneaa of our own.
fete me at ence. 441 Brandeis Bldg.
FOR A LBA a up-to-date hardware store
at (Hue; Inquire quick. Nn trades con
f.:drd: ISuuO atmk. including fixtures.
Address Wm. F. Dickinson, Exeter. .Wb.
DRUG atoree tnr ants rexywbar. Kittaet,
New Tork Life Bid 4 U
PHrwciAM of experlenca warn Is artod
country location: would buy amill stock
drugs; particulars first letter. J X2. Poe.
(4) MrtB x
FOR SALE Small and ony drug stork,
Hubhard, Neb. Bargain. Inqulrs C. F.
fi. Honlelman. Ponca, Neb. llj-MJU 7k
Lumber ysrd doing good btmlneM In south
ricrn Nehranka. Hltuated n a goo1
town and an old reliable stand. Can show
pun If b Inierented that it is a safe In
vptinnt. 'filing on account of sickness.
Address T 1M, care Ree. (41104 6x
DR. ROT, R. t UOt Farnam SU Doug. 4t7.
DAVID COLE Cresmtrr Co. (8) 74s
1310 HOWARD 8T., Missouri filter; IS davs
CHINA decorating; order work a specialty.
Lessons Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day. Firing dally. Leather craft, ataina,
leather and designs. Mra. C. C. Hungate,
M Brandeis Uldg. Tel. Ked lig.
IN FAMILIES. Miss Sturdy, Tel. Doug. 4220.
Mcf;owll Dressmaking school, 1623 Farnam.
OPiiNS MONDAY, JAN. 4, llJOs)
Coursii In business, telegraphy, stenog
raphy, bookkeeping, Ensllfh: night and
day sessions; free illustrated catalogue.
Write to 11. B. Bo lea, Presldeat. Off.t lal
Training Schoul of Telegraphy for Union
Pacific R. R. (o M
BA1LET & MACH. ad floor Paxton. D.
PERCTVAL, 3d floor Barker block. Tel.
Doug, il. Perfect dentistry at reaaon
able prices. t) 137 JanlUt
HESS ft 8WOBODA, 1415 Farnam St.
L. HjCNDEP.SON. 1619 Farnam. Tel. D. 1263.
J. H. BATH, 1621 Harney. TeU Doug. 9000.
TO L O A N-L O W
RATE, In sums to
suit, 310 Bee Bldg.
'Phone Douglas 2S04.
UNION LOAN COMPANY.
JOHNSON IKS., 411 N. T. It. Tel. D. 166A
Dr. Katheryn Nicholas. 60? N. T. L. Bldg.
EXPONENTS of good printing. Prompt
and first-class work guaranteed.
ANCHOR PUBLISHING CO.,
312 8. Wtli St. Tela. Doug. 6Mi. Ind. A-26J1
() 657 JanS
afes, Ikattera, Kte.
OMAHA Safe and Irou Works makes a
specialty of fire escapes, shutters, doors
and safes. O. Andreen, Prop., Iu2 8. loth.
MoTlaaT aa gterlac
EXPRESSMEN'S Delivery Co.. office 214
N. 16th St.. warehouse 2307- Isard St.
F. J. SUTCLIFFB-Deposltlons. 5 Bea
Bldg. Tel. Douglaa 1S06. 5 7fi
RAPID SHOE REPAIR CO. Flrat-clasi
I work. 1618Vs Capitol Ave. 'Phone Red m
SHOES repaired right, called for and de
livered free. Standard Shoe Repair Co..
Ib04 Farnam St Tel. bouglaa 7j6.
I nderla Wera.
HriJSR & RIEPKN. successors to Harry
H. Uavis, 7l9 So. lUth St. Both phones.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Clerical aud Office.
Steno. and clerk, wholesale house,
Steno., insurance, $45.
Hteno.. able to handle some correspond
uttice elk., must be acquainted with city,
Young lady to run errands and do some
typewriting and stenographic work, $40.
Cull and see us, we need the above AT
Vr!sTKRN REF. & BOND ASSN., INC.
Suite 121 N. Y. Life Bldg.
i I.NIHIIIAPHKR. out of city-$76.
k wilter, $6 or betier.
office girls -$7.
tll-OI'KRAllVK REFERENCE CO.,
675-77 Brantleis Bldg.
STENOGRAPHER able to quickly take
Hint read dictation. Addiesa E 345. care
Hee. () M356 7 v
Factory aad Trades.
WANTED-Expe.rlei.red bindery girls. Ap
ply between 10 nd 12 a. iu. Omaha Print.
Ing Co., 914 Farnam. (7)-i
LAl'NIiRKSS for Institutional work. $25
per month; room and board. Reference
leuulied. Address A :M, care Bee.
HaaseVeepere aad Doaaestlee,
COOK wanted; apply SoU Harney.
WANTED Good cook for private family;
good wages. 3o47 Popplelon Ave.
U1UL for general housework. 1120 8. .list
St. Tel. Harney 2800. t7) 833 4
COMPETENT girl for general housework,
good wages. Mrs. It. B. Busch, A'Jl
Hiniiey t-t. (7) M123 5
WANTED An experienced nurse-maid.
Mrs. John I- Kennedy, 406 S. 40th St..
(7) M264 5
WANTED Glil f.r general house work
2120 Binney. lii M2UJ 6
WANTED An experienced cook, smalt
family, no, washing. liiO S. 2Stli St.
' " 7 1-340
ASSISTANT cook wanted; good wages. 34;;
Cass. 07) M364 11
HELP WANTED MALE
Ageats, aSulU'llora aad aleeaaea,
AN EXPERIENCED SPECIALTY aalea
man wnted alio la capable of earning
$l.buu to $3.ui0 a year seliUig the Standard
Line of Live Stock preparationa to the re
tail trade. Salary or commission. Must at
tractive proposition ever offered lo deal
era. We can use only a high grade, auo
crsaful salesman. Give full parliculara In
firat letter, gundard Slock Food company,
Omaha. Neb. (9 at5M Jang
SIX weeks Instruction In salesmanship,
position as traveling salesman with re
KIMinsibl firm guaranteed. Address Brad
aircel System, Rochester, N. Y.
) M3M x
WANTKI Experienced clothing salesmen.
AiM'ly u;t.liilUlldeia. J. L. Hranrt.in A
bol " tl'j-lX2 t
Want natles that Dav flrow.
I that grow pay. "BEE want ads" increase 50
I more than any local napcr in six months.
HELP WANTED MALE
Asreats aad alemea.-Conllnaed.
WANTED A salesman for Nebraska, ex
clusive terrltoty; must be energetic, of
superior ability, with good sdtlress and of
undoubted character, to devote his tntire
lime to the selling of Woodward Tier
nan Printing Co.' (St. 1oiiln) art and
commercial calendars, souvenir, blotters
and aigns for advertising purpospa; on
strictly commission basis, with reasonable
advances for traveling expenses: this line
consists of copyrighted designs reproduced
by chemlgraph and bas-relief proceases,
different Irom anything else on the mar
ket, appealing particularly to the betier
c ass of houses in all lines. An able,
strictly capable man with qualifications
sbove the ordinary can produce resmts
shove almost any other commodity.
Please address applications to Woodward
liernan's direct representative, E. F.
W care Hotel Rome, Omaha. Neb.
() M2. SX
WANTED Road salesmen for Nebraska
and South Dakota, for flrbt class adver
tised line of pants; one locale J In Omaha
preferred. Only xper.enced men In our
lln. In this territory, whl be considered.
References required with application. Ox
Bieeches M'fg Co., Louisville, Ky.
(9) M1T8 5
SALESMEN wanted for the best cement
block and post machine on the market;
straight commission, good for 1300 to 14iXi
per month; a good side line for Implement
men; territory reserved. Address Geo. A.
Black, General Sales Agent, 1209 I'nlon
Ave.. Kansas City, Mo. (9) M123 16
AGENTS wanted for the most complete oil
gas burner in the world; no wick; no
smell; generatea kerosene oil Into a fine
gas; It fits sny cook stove or range;
nothing Ilka It; one-third cheaper than
coal or wood.
THE ECONOMT EURNKR CO.. Dept. t.
i0 and 810 N. Y. Life Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
Clerical aad Office.
Three traveling salesmen, Neb. and Iowa
Manager, Jewelry dept., 12,500 per annum.
Bookkeeper and office Manager, must In
vest 11,000, 75 to 1100 per month salary.
Steno. and bkpr., small town, German, $.V).
Steno. and bkpr., retail, small town, tub.
Retail shoe clerk, $75 month.
Call or write for a complete list of va
cancies. WESTERN REF. & BOND ASS N., INC.
Suite 721 N. Y. Life Bldg.
DRUG CLERK'S position. Knlest. N. Y.
Life Bldg. 191-J61
Factory aa Tradea.
DO YOU WANT to become a competent
automobile operator. The Northwestern
Automobile and Gas Engine school can
put you In this class. Better Investigate.
Omana Commercial college building, 19th
aud Farnam. (9) M689
WANTED Men to learn barber trade, and
take positions waiting our graduates; few
weeks completes: constant practice fur
nlshed; scholarship Includes tools, in
structions, demonstrations, examinations
and diplomas; write for catalogue. Moler
Barber College, 110 S. 14th St., Omaha.
(9) M9M 7x
HARNESS maker wanted at once. G. C.
Chapman. Hastings, la. (9) M900 5
WANTED Young man to work In meat
market; one who has had some experi
ence. Joseph Houska, 2623 Sherman Ave.
MEN AND BOYS WANTED Learn plumb
ing, bricklaying trades; tuition $50.00: no
extras; position secured; free catalogue.
Original Coyne Trade School, 4975 Baston
Ave., St. Louis. (9) M3o6 6x
WANTED Several first class harness
makers. Plenty of work. Oskaloosa Sad
dlery Co., Oskaloosa. la. (9)-M349 5
WANTED Two first class barbers, Mon
damin Hotel barber shop, Sioux City. Ia.
(9) M3G0 12x
BOTLES TELEGRAPH ECHOOU
Boyles Building, Omaha, Neb.; official
training school U. P. R. R-J poaitlona
guaranteed; booklet free. (.) 76
FREE Employment Dept., Business Men's
Ass'n; no fees. Call 526 N. Y. Life Bldg.
U. 8. NAVY offera rttractlve opportunities
to wide-awake young Americans, 17 to 25
years old; men vtilli special trades ac
cepted up to 35 yeirs. Must be American
citizens. Excellent opportunity for edu
cation. Pay from $17.6u to over $77 a
month. Visit or address V. S. Navy Re
cruiting Station, Omaha, Neb. Poatofflce
WANTED Railway mall clerka; customs
employes; clerks at Washington, com
mencement saiary, $$00; many spring ex
aminations; candidates prepared free;
write for schedule. Franklin Institute,
Dept. 2K5, Rochester, N. Y.
(9) M777 Jill
WANTED FOR L. 8. ARMY: Able-bodied
unmarried men, between Hges of 18 and
35; citizens of I'nlted States, of good
character and temperate habits, who can
speak, read and write English. For in
formation apply to Recruiting Office-,
1.1th Douglas 8ts.. Omaha. Neb., or
Massachusetts Bldg., Sioux City, la.
MA Lid AM) FEMALE.
MEN and women agents wanted, $3 per
.day guaranteed. Call at once. 21J Mc
Cague Bldg. (IOI-9H5 8
LIVE STOCK FOR SALE
Co it a, Birds, Dogs aad Pels.
FRESH cows for sale, 49th and Ifsmllton
St. Tel. Harney J9il. (ID M149 9x
ENGLISH hull terrier, male, age one
tear, excellent conformation, good head,
well marked, affectionate and hoiae
broke: tins dog is most stylish in appear
ance and Is an Ideal pet for children, ('ail
ii03 Sprague St. Sunday . (11) 299 I
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A bunch of keys: name plate A. W.
Svdney. Pop.ar Bluffs, Mo. Return to
2330 So. 32d Ave. and receive reward.
(12) M940 6
LOST Mink muff on farnam 8t. or For
tieth. Pleaae return to business office of
Bee and receive reward. l: M3 0 6x
I.08T On New Year's eve, between Hen
shsw hotel and 361 li St.. gold mount -d
hack comb aet with tliatnonos and rubles.
Reward If returned to F. 11. Stow. Inde
pendent Telephone Co. (12) M J32 6
1XST A bunch of keya; name plate A. W.
Sydney, Poplar Bluff. Mo. Return to
230 S. 32d Ave. and receive reward.
LOST OR STOLEN Black cocker apan
Ifl, answers to name of Buster; rewaru
if returned to 3U7 California St.
(12) M35S 6x .
BEST nerve Brace for men. "Grays Nerve
Food Pills." $1 a box, postpaid. Sherman
at McConnell Drug Co.. Omaha. (13) 711
FREE MEDICAL and surgical treatment
at Crelghton Medical College, 14ib and
Davenport Bta.; apecial attention paid le
confinement caaea; ail treatment auper
vised by college profaasora. 'Phone Doug
las 1161. calls auswcitd day or night.
ANY poor girl In ased of a friend call or
write to the matron of the Salvation
Army Home for Woman at 1824 N. 24 to
St.. Omaha, Neb. ill)-Mast
MONEY TO LOAN
ALARY AND CHATTELS.
MONEY loaned salaried people and others
without security; eaay payments. Offices
In ei principal cities Iwliuaa. Room U
Ktw twit A-ile -.ills' UO-i7l
MONEY TO LOAN
alary aad t Battels I'oallnoed.
IttUtW!) YOU WANT MONEY ttmSSKtt
VUU$ DON'T PAY HIGH RATES $!
$$$$ SEE US FIRST. $($$
$$ We loan you any amount on $
Yt furniture, pianos, etc.; or. If you $$
$$ have ateady employment, on your $$
$$ plain note at the cheapest rates In It
$$ tha city. Open until 6:30 p. m. Phone $$
$1 Douglas 2036. $$
W OMAHA FINANCIAL CO.. II
$$)$ R. 501. Brown Blk., UM
tUM$f Opp. Brandeis' tUU
IHWUli 181 h SU Entrance. $$$$$
UoardlasT aad Raoats.
FURNISHED room and board; everything
new and strictly modem; first-class
neighborhood, at a reasonabls price. 1(CJ
Wirt St. U5 776
CLOSE IN, nice larg room, suitable for
two; references requited. 114 8. 19th 81
'Phone Red 4033. (15) M674
LARGE steam-heated rooms, with home
cooking. 2616 Farnam St.
DEWEY European Hotel. iSth and Farnam.
THE BACHELORS, 20TH AND FARNAM.
HAM1LX HOTEL, AMERICAN PL.AIN.
NICELY furnished rooms with or without
hoard; close to all business. ?0 So. lth
St. (151-M927 fix
ROOM with board, Ull Capitol Ave.
(15) M259 Feb.2
THE ROSE. 3130 Harney; nice warm rooms
with good board; rates reasonable; single
meals or meal tickets. (15) M380 Jlox
FOR two gentlemen, warm room, excellent
table board. Tel. Red 5171. (15) M353 llx
DESIRABLE rooms. 218 N. 19th.
NICELY furnished front parlor. 614 8. 22d.
(15) M286 9x
All parts of the city.
If you are looking for rooms
do not fall to get our llsi.
Costa you nothing.
P. O. NIELSUN & CO., RENl'AL ACTS.,
701 N. Y. Life bldg. 'Phone Doug. 23)4.
ROOMS for gentlemen, by day, week or
month. TheChaiham. 110 S. 13th St.
2218 CHICAGO ST., modern 3 rooms and
aicove, floor; reasonable. tel. Kea
5678. 15 912 5
COMFORTABLE south front room In mod
ern brick house. 2:'08 Douglas St.
SUITE of parlors with lavatory, In modern
home, on Park avenue, with board. Spe
cial figures to permanent parlies. Phone
Harney 32.4. (15) M136 9x
FURNISHED rooms, strictly modern,
plenty of hot water. S16 N. iSth St.
VERY pleasant front room, hot water heat,
modern flat, good locality. 2407 Harney.
(15) M268 9
BEAUTIFULLY furnished suite of rooms,
southeast Hanacom Park district; private
family. Tel. Harney-1348. (15) M290 6
WARM sunny rooms' with hot and cold
running water; best accommodations.
The Old Paxton Home, 206 S. 25th Ave.
Apartmeata and Flats.
FOR RENT 3302 Sherman Ave., lower flat,
absolutely modern, fine lawn, elegant
laundry In basement, $25.00 to rlgnt party.
Address W. E. Rogers, 1612 Lothrop St.
'Phone Webster 3567. (15) 11958
$-6 r., flat, Scat go. 616U. N. :th St., South
Omaha, Hall, 433 Ratnge Bldg. Red 7406.
A VERY choice apartment at 33d and Far
nam St., will be vacated soon by party
leaving the city; Inquire of Wm. K. Pot
ter. 3ol Brown Blk. (15) 267
5-ROOM strictly modern heated apartment,
2823 N. 20th St. J. N. Marsh, 445 Board of
Trade Bldg. U5) J0
NEW, modern, 8-room flat, 4160 Davenport.
Tel. Harney 2658. (15) 915 4x
STEAM HEATED FLATS.
Six rooms, hardwood, full modern, gas
range, hot water, heated $.10. Summer
rate $23. Bemis, Paxton Block.
(15) M145 9
MODERN 6-room steam heated apartment
on February 1 In the Dunsany, loth and
Pierce St. Conrad Young, 1518 Dodge St.
THREE large handsomely furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Tel. Webster 3197.
(15) M973 7x
FURNISHED rooms fcr light housekeep
ing. 207 8. 17th St. (15)-S02 4
FOR RENT Excellent south front, modern
furnished alcove parlor for light house
keeping; 'Phone in house. 2574 Harney
St. (15) M974
THREE rooms; housekeeping.
1112 8. 11th.
SUITE of modern rooms, with every con
venience. 2026 California. (15) 994 8x
THREE elegant rooma, strictly modern.
216 N. 22d St. (15)-91"1 l
FOUR elegantly furnished front rooms,
main floor, with piaro, complete for house
keeping. 20V8 Davenport. (15) 342 lOx
Hoaaee aad Cottaejee.
FOR RENT 3304 Sherman Ave., gas and
electric light, atrlctly modern ana up-to-date
except furnace. Privilege of laundry
in basement, $20.00. Address W. E. Rogers,
1612 Lothrop St 'Phone Webster 3667.
8 ROOMS, modern good neighborhood, good
repair. Flrat claas rurnace, 4( N. 23d St
$35. lesa water. (15) M9 12
BRICK house, 2616 Dewey Ave., 7 rooms,
modern. Moyer Real Estate Co.. 1616
Farnam St. (15) M26"
NEW. modern 5-room brick house, $1.-5 per
month. 1107 N. 23d St. 'Pnone Harney &!.
(15) Mill 5x
OMAHA Van and Storage Co. pack, move,
stcre H. 11. goods, storehouse 1120-24 N.
19th, office lt9 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 1559.
MAGGARD VAN & 6TORAGB CO. Tel. D.
2496. We guarantee moving pianos, H. li.
goods. (16) 784
GLOVER Realty Syndicate. N. Y. L. D-3931.
(15)-M5 J ana
FOR RENT New t-room cottage one block
from Sherman Ave. car; fine lawn and
trees; asphalt paved street, cement walks
snd basement; very choice location. Rent
$20. Owner pays water rent and cares
for lawn. Telephone Wabster 3310 Wil
liam I. Kleralead. (15) K
LIST your vacant houses wltb Walter
Brecn Co.. N. Y. Life Bldg. U6i-7-
10-r. modern houae, 2217 California.
S r. modern house, hot water heat, 3417
7-r. house, lsrge ground, 4823 N. 27th St.
4 r. new, modern house, with furnace.
5 r. cottage, lit 8. 27th St.
I r. cottsge, city wster, 2615 S. 20th ave.
F. D. WEAD, Wead Blk., 18th and Farnam.
(15)-! 27 8
ROOM modern brick flat. X07 PaclffcV
For Information 'phone Harney !
. HOUSES, flats. Garvin Bros., 1604 Farnam.
OFFERED FOR RENT
lloaaea and Cot tagee Con tlnaed.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS packed, forwarded;
cheap freight ratea; moving and atorlng.
Expiessinen's Delivery Co. Tel. Doug. 34.
1020 South 23d, 6-room cottage, city water
and gas. Inquire 1021 S. 24th.
A BARGAIN la rent, 1 rooms, modern ex.
rept furnace, near In, three blocks from
Farnam 6t. car line; very low to good
tenant. Apply at 60 N. lttn St.
T-ROOM. all modern house, gas stove, gas
water heater, shades, lurnace. iu ispruca
St. The Chatham.. H. I. Plumb.
"-ROOM house, modern except heat, walk
ing distance, will rent reasnnaoie. mi
Park Ave. Call Douglas 2447.
iroTTtilTQ In all parts of the city.
HUUorjO CrelHh Sons A Co.. Bee Bldg.
HOUSES, Insurance. Rlngwalt, Barker Blk.
HOUSES Peters Trust Co.. rt. 1. L. Bldg.
2671 DODGE St , II rooms, modern; laundry
basement; walking ctiatance; nanay tnree
car liner. Hlldreth. 437 Brandeis Bldg.
Tel. Harney 4311. (li) 170
FOR RENT 4 nice rjoms. first floor, city-
water, gas, toilet, $12.60 per month. C. M.
Bachmann. Agt. (15) 776
7-ROOM modern house, 2818 Dodge. Tel.
Harney 3176. (15) J45 lOx
MODERN except heat, 7 rooms and hall,
new comninatton fixtures; barn, large
yard. House newly decorated.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1001 N. Y. Life. Doug, or A-2152.
(16) 348 6
3-STORY and full basement brick In
Wholesale district, with electric elevator;
will make good terms to right party under
lease. F. D. WEAJJ, Wead Blk., 18th and
Farnam. (15) M271 9
DESK ROOM for rent In an office located
i"e uuny corner or iitn ana w Bta.,
South Omaha. Cull at Bee office. 8. O.
branch, 24th and N. new address.
CORNER storeroom, 702 N. 16th St.
OFFERED FOR SALE
TWO folding counter stools, mahogany
union, ucbii u.eti a. snort time and will
sell cheap. Call Bee office, Omaha.
ON ACCOUNT of moving to New York,
will sell large and medium steed room
rugs, two book cases and various other
furniture. Can be seen at my house,
northwest corner of 38th and Dewey Ave
A. D. Brandeis. (16) 333 6
SEND us your mall orders for drugs;
freight paid on $10 Iota. Myers-Dillon
Drug Co., Omaha. (16)
DRUGS al cut prices; freight paid on all
$10 orders; catalogue free. Sherman at
McConnell Drug Co., O;oaha. Neb.
FOR SALE New and aecond-hand billiard
Hill nnnl lahl.a VC ! .u . i
I- " .ww. . w ..... . . . . ,u 1 1 1 v wuna ia
j cheap bar fixtures; eaay payments.
Brunawick-TtAlk m f'nllenriar UYT a 1A, I. o.
COAL All kinds, free delivered, same day
as you order. Rosenblatt's coal yard.
Tel. Douglas 412. Retail department clean
njt coal, 5 bushela (or $1. (161764
LADIES Send for sample of the new
"Imperial Complexion Cream," delicate
In perfume and texture. One trial will
convince you. Sample, box 10 cents. North
ern Chemical Co., P. O. Box 392. Minne
apolis, Minn. (16) M357 llx
FOR SALE Cheap for cash, butcher's 6x
10 Ice box. In good condition. Geo. W.
Hartman. 2003 Cuming St. (16 M12
We have on hand a number of these bar
rels which we will sei, at 50c each. They
are fine for rain water or ashes. Call at
press room. Bee Publishing Co. (16) 277
)R SALE 3 good blllard tables cheap,
nqulre 2929 West Q St.. South Omaha.
D. O. BARN ELL, Paxton Block. el. Red
7117. (17) 808
PATENTS THAT PROTECT-Three boots
for Investors mailed on receipt of 6c post
age. R. 8. and A. B. Lacey. rooms 29-31
Pacific Bldg., Washington, D. C. Estab
lished 1869 (17) 807
A HOME for women during confinement
We find homea for babies where mothers
cannot care for them. Mother Lee, 402
Bancroft St. 'Phcns Douglas 1921.
(18) Sol Jan27x
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits castoff
clothing; in fact, anything you do not
need. We collect, repair and sell at 134
N. 11th St.. for coat of ollectlon to the
worthy poor. Call 'Phone Douglaa 4135 and
wagon will (.all. (11) 785
YOUNG WOMEN coming to Omaha as
strangers are Invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian aasocistion rooms, lots
Farnam St., where they will be directed
to auitable boarding places or otherwise
assisted. (11) 238
HALL'S safes. new,2d-hand. LSI! Farnam.
Vf A HKF.Tin treatment and bath. Mma.
LIEBEN, coatumer. 1410 Howard. Open Ere
ELECTRIC vibratory treatments, alcohol
rubbing, magnetic massage; new parlor;
laay operator, it 00m ., jnu voage i.
6YRINGE8, rubber goods by mall: cut
prlcea. Send for free catalogue. Myere
Dillon Drug Co.. Omaha. (18) !
MASSAGE treatment, 1711 Dodge St., base
ment. Mrs. Jordan. (18) 9 tx
OMAHA Stammerers' Ins.. Rsmge Bldg.
WOMAN, SO. nice looking, neat. Would
like to meet gentleman not over 4a. neat
with good buaineas. No objection to
widower of good character. Addreas
Y-123, care Bee. (181-M139 5x
WANTED To atore piano for uae of It;
beat care, no children. Addreas I) 344,
care Bee. (18) 346 lOx
REAL. ESTATE DEALERS
REED ABSTRACT CO.. Est. 1864: prompt
service; get our prices. 1710 Fsrnsm St.
PAYNE INV. CO., first floor N. Y. Life.
REAL ESTATE TITLE-TRUST CO.,
CUAS. E. WILLIAMSON. President.
IKt Farnam. TeU Douglas TS4
BENJAMIN R. B. CO.. 477 Brandeis Bldg.
CITT muP-Rl Y HI" AI..
TWO nice building lots In Benson. I't
blocks from pavement and 4 blocks Trom
car line; or will ttada as part purehss.'
6 rice on house and lot In Omaha. Address
: 142, Bee office. (19) M2W h
Georgia Ave., on lot 66x140. Has double
furnse. t rooms and hall on first floor,
with extra lavatory. All finished In oak.
with new floors; 1 rooms and alcove, be
side bath snd extra lavatory, on second
floor, and 8 closets; 2 rooms finished on
third floor. House has Just been com
pletely and handsomely decorated. New
combination fixtures throughout. All spe
cials paid; 1 block to car. Owner offers
for $10,000 to effect Immediate sale. Ask
us to show you.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1001 N. T. Life.
Doug, or A-215I.
LIST your property with Chris. Boyer, i:d
and Cuming Sts. (19 819
AN eastern owner has two houses in Haas.
com Place rented for svo a montn; every
thing modern; paved street; east front:
will sell at a bargain; ons block north of
Room 1. New York Life Building.
To the person who will send me a buyer
for my property. Tel. Webster 2408.
(19) 343 lOx
W. W. MITCHELL, REAL ESTATE,
122 Board of Trade Bldg.
If you have city property, farms, ranch
lands or stocks of merchandise that you
want to sell or trade, liat them with
roe. It Is my bualness to sell and It
costs you nothing unless I effect a sale.
W. W. MITCHELL.
Telephone Douglaa 1364.
FARM AND RANCH LAND FOR SALE
FARM AND FRUIT LAND
Denver-Greeley district, unaer Irrigation!
sugar beets, alfalfa, general farming and
I fruit raising; low price, essy payments.
National Investment Co., 682 Brandeis
Bldg., Omaha. Tel. Douglas 6681.
IDAHO homestead lands. Wm. C. Ar. 3481
Larlmore Ave. (20) 344 lOx
FINE RANCH FOR SALE.
2,000 acres of Montana wheat land, 500
acres In cultivation, good water right
, and an excellent opportunity for a good
farmer; threshing machine, gang plows
and other machinery to go with the
ranch. Price. $16 an sere; one-half cash,
the balance five years at 6 per cent, Se
curity State Bank. Havre, Mont.
(20) M491 Jan21
A FORTY-ACRE FARM OR A
FORTY DOLLAR A WEEK
Possibly this Is a new thought to you.
But you can figure for yourself which is
better. Forty a week Is a bigger salary
than lots of men ever got at a trade In
the city, and yet many of these same men.
If they only owned a good. Irrigated farm
of forty acres In the North Platte valley
might easily have an Income of $40 a week,
taking one season with another. On Irri
gated land all years are fat years, there
are no dry years and no flood years.
There are some splendid opportunities to
buy, at a low price, and on ten years'
time some moat desirable 40-acre tracts In
on the main line of the Union Pacific,
forty-five miles from North Platte, Neb.
WJiat can you do on a 40-acre Irrigated
farm? If you have children, put ten acres
in beets, ten acres In alfalfa and potatoes,
and buy a few cows, some chickens and
pigs, raise enough corn and grain to keep
the cows and chickens and they will sup
port you, and If you take care of the beets
they will produce from $60 to $90 an acre.
Or you might put In six or seven acres of
beets and two or three acres of potatoes.
And how easy to get the farat. Forty
acres at $50 an acre Is $2,000. Cash payment
of one fifth is $40t); balance may be paid
as you wish In from one to ten years. The
earnings of the land will pay It all in the
first two or three seasons. Send for our
40-page illustrated booklet. Excursion every
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
N. Y. Life Bldg. Omaha. Neb.
(20) 'Se 6 '
I HAVE 80 acres of nice level land, good
soil, located 5 miles south of Spencer,
Neb.; no improvements; price $20 per
acre. Want good automobile, or will con
sider any good offer that Is not too large.
Address S. W., 2808 Miami St., Omaha,
Neb. (20)-M362 7
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTkiD City loans snd warr-uta. W.
Farnam Smith CO., 13-0 Farnam St.
PAYNE. 5.08TWICK A CO.. N. Y. Llfa
Prlvatr money; $5uu to $5,uu0; low rate.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
FIVE PER CENT
money to loan on
- Omaha Bualneaa Property.
Room L, New York Lite Bldg.
, (22) ta
PRIVATE MONEY NO DELAY.
GARVIN EROS.. 1604 r A R.N AW.
LOANS NEGOTIATED. Apply Room 218
First National Bank Blag. Bell 'Phone
DougUs 2318. (22)-735
$500 TO $5,000 ON HOMES IN OMAHA.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1001 N. Y. Life. Doug, or A 2162.
PRIVATE money to losn. J. H. Sherwood,
616 Brandeis Bldg. (22) st
LOWEST RATES Be nils. Paxton block.
$100 TO $19,000 made promptly. F. D. Wea,
Wead Bldg.. 18tb and Farnam. 2 4-J
MONEY' TO BUILD.
$500 to $200,000 at current ratea
W. H. THOMAS. 501 First NaU Bank Bldg.
WANTED CITY loans. Peters Trust Co.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
I WANT to pure ha so modern houae near
Weal Farnam; must be reasonable In
price and in perfect condition. Only own
ers need anavter. giving full particuaia.
Addreaa W 340, cars Bee. 123) S4)j
WANTED At once, moderate sized housa
In good locality; must he cheap for caa.i.
No agents or resl estate ilraleis used
leply. Address 11 511, tare Bee.
WANTED to purchaae downtown business
block. $20,009 to $..0i)0. See me at once.
F. D. WEAD, Wead Blk.. lkth and Farnam.
WANTED TO BORROW
WANTED To borrow two thousand dol
lars from private party at a reasonable
interest on first mortgagt. Addreaa ! :9i,
care Bsc. (24)-Mi:'$ 5
WANTED TO BUY
HIGHEST prices fir td-i and fjiniturt, car
pels, clothes and shoes, let. Dong. 29''
RIGHT prices paid fur Td-hand furniture,
carpets, stoves, clothing, shues. let. tl'i
WE WILL buy land any place the rt--rs
are rtntln'. Omaha Current 7e'lett.r
Co., 214 S. 12th St. (25)-6T3 Jl
WANTED A small Marine gasnltne angina
Address I. 300. care Bee. t2o)-MU3 9x
WANTED All kinds of 2d-hsnd furniture;
will pev highest price. J. Lcvlne. WM N.
.ll(JLLor,I!l,,a" ,2i,rr M .
TWO small flats of three or four rooms,
furnished or unfurnished, with hath. In
one of the heat neighborhoods; must be
strictly modern. Address N W. csre Ree.
YOUNG nan desires place lo work fot
board while attending school. Boyle
College. Both 'phones. 27) M84J
RAILROAD man. 11 years experience In
local snd genersl -..fflce work, wants
change, rapid at figures. Mercantile
house preferred. Adress M-1H, Bee offlte
. (27)-M140 6x
FURNACE, steam and hot water repairs;
Thermoststs and other heat regulators;
new furnaces and hot water combtnatloa
beating. Omaha Stove Repair Works,
12ot-12ot Douglaa St 'Phones; Ind. A -321.
Bell. Douglas salt 7 SI
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Jacob Adler and wife et al to Junius
and Mary Byrne, s. wH block la, S.
E. Rogers' addition $ I,7
George T. Mills et al to John L.
Lynch et al, lota 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,
block 10, Deer park l.J&n
Jesse J. McMullen and wife to A. D.
Miller, lots and 6, block 4, Al
bright's subdivision 1
James Pasmore and wife lo Emma L.
Pasmore, south 80 feet of north 60
feet of lots 10 and II, block 10. Pat
rick's Second addition 1
Frank Randolph to Kate Randolph,
half Interest In lots 1 and 2, block 1,
Van Buren Heights 1
Same and wife to Ruth Randolph,
half Interest In same 1
Same to Kste Randolph, lots 17 and
18, block 11, Omaha View 1
Satah H. Joslyn and husband to
Frank Randolph, lots 17 and 18,
block 11. Omaha View 2i
George K. Ray, administrator, lo
same, lots 1 and 2, block 1. Van
Buren Heights 571
Bertha Mlttauer to Ida Mlttauer,
third Interest In lot 21, block l.",
Shull's Second addition 1
Same to Frank T. Mlttauer, third In
terest to same 1
Mary Siekkotter and husband to Fre'ii
Marode, lots 1 to 6. block 7, Millard.. l.Sno
Hannah Llnd and husband to A. H.
Rosenbaum, e"4 lot 2, block 10,
Isaacs Selden's .575
Sidney Maddock. executor, et al to
Rosa Bross, lot 14, block 1. Denman
Place ;; 280
FdV' RumP and wife to Edgar and
Mable Lancaster, lot 12, block 4,
Sulphur Springs 3,7
Nellie Havens to Wslter T. Page, lot's
xr i'i. J5-n1 1. Crescent park 18,000
Ne le Havens et al to same, part
alley north lot 16. Crescent park.,.. 1
George O. Foster and wife to Henry
A. Mccord, lots 6 and 6, block ,
Plalnvlew 2 0(K)
W' J; Slate and wife to 'M.' Kocsesl '
ey, lot 6, block 6, Jetters 1 40u
Leah Pvosewater to The Bee Building '
company, south 32 feet of east 44
iV1 ,,f.lot 2i bUH,k H. Omaha;
also 32 feet of west 6 feet of east
r. J! ot lo,t 3' Dlock Omaha... J.Suo
O. MoBher and wife to Louis Sommer,
part lot 2, block 3, Sweesy's addl-
"on 4 cii)
Mia7oAL,U, Sa"trd to A. M."'waVt'.
lot 8. block 3, Omaha View 1
,8.Jn8 U,e.vden ' F- Adams.
I?lv,w2nd. ,ock "tings &
Ileyden s Second ,
W. G. Slmonson snd wife to E. ' A
Romev. Int. ifl -ni ij -,, ' '
?r k.TilC!n?.pa-V0 chr' nd Jennie
A'-1-. Hunter and" wife "t'ov Martha
Omaha " orK 318' 8outn
Grove-Wharton ''construction "'rom-
27 LL woosiey, lot 21, block
JZeJ,A "a lack ' n'i' ' 'wife ' 'to ' Matiida
1 i s ' b m.or "t 5. block
t "z .' .V; RK"" addition 1 50,1
Robert . W. Innes and wife to j F
Qulnby, sV, lot 16. block 8, Hor-
bach s Second addition 2.8T,o
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-Seoled pro
Iiosals will be received at the office of
kTA r. 1 f r" l "e.relary -chool district
mJVii bibo' BuffaJo county, Nebraska,
until J o clock p. m.. January 29. 19U9, for
the heating and plumbing of a new school
building to be erected In Gibbon, Neb ac
cording to plans and specifications now on
file at the office of A. H. Dyer companv,
architects, Fremont, Neb. Much bid must
be accompanied with a certified check for
lloO.ot). The right is reserved to reject any
or all bids, and to waive any defects or in
formality In any bid If It be deemed f ir
the Interest of the district to do so. All
proposals to be directed to M. D. Marsh
secretary. By order of School Board.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Healed pro
posais will be received by the under
signed at the offices of the Nebraaka State
Historical society. In the University Li
brary building, on or before 12 o'clock, noon,
January 19, 1909, for the construction of
the foundation and basement for the wing
of the proposed State Historical building on
the west half of block No. 124, in the cltv
of Lincoln, according to the plans and
specifications, terms and conditions on file
with George A. Berlinghof, architect, a I
his office in the Security Mutual Life build
ing, Lincoln, Neb. The executive board re
serves the right to reject any and all
bids. Nebraska State Historical Society. By
C. S. Paine, secretary. J4-d3l
Dated December 31, 1908.
Office of Le-Glass-Andreen Hardwart
Company, Omaha Nebraaka, December
12, 19ue Notice Is hereby given ta I be stock
holders ot the Lee-Gtaas-Andrees.a Hard
ware Company that the annual meeting ut
the stockholders of the company wl,l ba
held at the offices of the said company,
corner of Ninth and Harney etreeta. la tne
city of Omaha, In the state of Nebraska,
on Tuesday, January 12, A. D., 1W)9, at 1
o'clock p. m.. for the purpose of electing
a board of directors for tha compsny u
serve during the ensuing year, and tti
transact such other business aa may b
presented at such meeting. Attest: W. M.
Glass, secretary; H. J. Lee. pr-udent.
NOTICE STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
of the Union Land Company Notice Is
hereby given that the annual meeting of
the stockholders of the Union Land Com
pany for the election of five directors snd
the transaction of such other business ss
may legally cime before th meeting will
be held at he office of the general solic
itor, Unlou Paclflo Headquarters Building.
9th and Farnam Streeta, Omaha, Nebraaka!
on Monday, the 11th day of January, 19141'
at 10 o'clock a. m. The stock transfer books
will be closed ten days previous to tna
meeting. ALEX MILLER, Secretary. New
York City. N. Y.. Dec. 18, )9u8. DZOd.ts,
The annual meeting of the atockholdera of
The South Omaha and Weatern Railroad
Company, for the election of seven directors'
aud the transaction of such other bualneaa
aa may come before the meeting, will be
held at the office of A. L. Mohler, corner
of Ninth and Farnam atreets, Oinslia,
Nebraaka, ou Wedneaday. the thirteenth
day of January, A. 1). )ii. at 11 o'clock
a. m. T. M. ORR, Secretary.
PROPOSALS FOR YOUNG HORSE1. Of
flee of the Quartermaater, Kanaas City.
Kan.. December 8. 1. Sealed pr.ipostls.
in triplicate, will be received at this off;c
until 12 o'clock m., central t.me, Januaiy ',
ISK9. and then opened In the presenc. of
attending blddera. lor furniahing 300 young
horses (iaO cavalry and 50 artillery) for de
livery at Fort Reno. Oklahoma, or other
prominent railroad points. I'nlted States
reserves the right to accept ar reject any
or all bids or any part thereof. Blank
forms snd all information can be had unon
application to this oflce. Envelopes ai
talning propneala lo be marked. ''rwDOaals
for Animals." snd addreasad f'rL-Ti
Klrby .Walker. QiMrUrmastTr1' Vpt'"
S. 1-10-11-12-J. 1-6.
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