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TITE OMAflA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY. APRIL 1. 190f.
OFFERED FOR RENT
DMK ROOM fr rent In an office located
en the busy corner of 24th nd N Bis.
Houth OmihU. Csll Bt lie office. B O.
branch. Mlh and N Bis. New address.
FOR ItENT T.arg of fits room In Onunse
R!k., on ltti St.; opposite postoffice;
110 per month. Conrad Young, 151! Dodge
u - io)-r
On awotint of change In office arrange
ment w will sell (he counter now in
stalled In The Ba office) and Hastings
Then are handsomely carved and decorated
oak counters, having a raarbla base 1
Inches high. The counter atanda JV4 feet
high and 2-foot top. and there la a total
of about 46 fret In length. These will ba
sold, either separately or together. Apply
Be Publishing Co., 17th and Farnam Hta
I WILL BCILD atora room to suit tenant
on 17H feet front, n. aid Farnam, at 2'd;
on feet front, a. aid Farnnm, w. of ith;
on 41 feet front, w. aide 24h a. of Biirdette;
on to feet front, w. aide JHh. cor. H., B. O.
B. H CVRT18.
- IX Harney m. . IM-MSgt
OFFERED FOR SALE
On arcoifnl nf removal from tha rlty, wa
will aeij at auction all the household fur
rliura .' ennalatihK of chairs, tahle. bed-
atei.da. aofas." dtnlng room table, sideboard,
hall rack. mantel, pictures, gas range, car
pet. " ruga, cut glass, silver 'ware, etc.,
Friday, April i, at 2 p. m., at 2110 Dnugla
HANDSOME oak dining room aet: leaving
city. Tel Douglas 24'X. (IB) 7"2 1
BECOND-HAND aewlng machines SB up.
Supplies and repalra for all machines.
OCBTAFSON A HENR1CKHON.
h and Cap. Ava,. N. B. Cor. Do" a. 1574.
f TPKWRfTKR!-A" make, a'l prlcea. for
a), for rent; rent applied Both phonea
" Kwanaon Co., ill Bo. lath Bt , Omaha.
I ' r . , ' (l)-ft47
WW 111 W Jw and 3d-Viatif1 hMHArA
pool tables. W laad tba world In cheap
faf flxturea; easy raymenta. Rrunawlck-
Balka Col lender. 407 8. lotn at
FOR SALE Soma four and fle-ton ataka
dray a or woum ami wnoie ouuu Aaaresa
look box 435, -Sioux City, la. (16)-M797
FOR SAI,B-fihow caaea. wall cases, floor
caaes, counter and mirrors, all In good
condition. Apply T. P. Redmond. Brand
ela Stores. (1)-MW3 1
8END Ua your 'mall- -ordefa for druga;
freight paid lit $1 lota. Myers-Dillon
Drug Co.. Omaha (16) MS
FOR BALE A M60 Tuft a M-syrup counter
soda roumain, accununanu. ai not. in
oulre J. D. Barnes, Fullerton. Neb.
PRUGB at cut pi Ices; freight paid on all
0 orders; catalogue iron, nerman at
MoConnell Drug Co. Omaha. Neb.
i FOR BALE One Am. Hoist and Derrick
CO., coniractora noisiing engine, oin omm
FOR- BALE Cash register, 'National,"
with tape attachment. Address A 240, Bee.
WE HAVE on hand a number of "nk
harrela which we will sell at Mo a
Tney are fin for rain water or aahea
Call at preaa . room. Bee Publishing Co,
THB1 OLD TR.U6TT Incubaiora For low
apectal prices, freight: prepaid 40 days'
free trial. , Write the Old Truai.' Incu.
bator C6.. Cloy Center. Nnb. (U)-4
ONW Btcver Cbnoord Busurt JH aide, -full
leather top, side curtains, boot, storm
apron; used about three, months; onn sin
gle harness and tly net almost new; one,
light aet of double Concord work harness;
one set of heavy single wagon harness;
one bicycle suitable for boy under 9
year. Inquire at 134 Jones St.
BODA fountains, new and second-hand;
monthly paymeats. Derlght, 181$ Farnam.
120 Capitol- Ave.
41$ N. T. L. Tel. D. 1664.
Dr. Katheryn Nlckolas. 50$ N. T. L. Bldg.
. to) 410
Dr. Bowser, over loUO Farnam. Dong. 6370.
. . . . (oiM9s AX
P. O. BARWtLU Vle Blk. Tel. Red 7117.
. (17) AiU
PATlfiNTB THAT PKOTKCT-Three book
for Investor mailed on receipt of to test
is R. 8. and A. B. Lacey, rooms 29-31
Kacrttc Bids., Washington, D. C. Estab
OjlAHA bummerer' lea., lumg Bldg
MALL'S afea, new. Id-hand. Ull Farnam.
TUB SALVATION ARMY aolicita caatoft
cloinlna, Ui tact, anything you do not
need collect, repair and sell at 1S4
N lith t . tor coat of collection to the
worthy poor- c" 'I'hvn Uuugiaa 41i
ind wagon will call. U8)-7to
DRB KGGERS. private confine
Ui8 Martha, t)U Tel. Douglaa
Al WM A10
PRIVATE home during confinement;
babies adoptea. The Good Samaritan Han
AUrluiix. 740 First Ave.. Council Uluffa,
it MVTTT'T'l P treatment and bath. Mitj.
JUAUiNtiiiw Bmith. 522 8. 16th, Id floor.
ii I ccj j L' Electrlo vibratory, 120 a
MADOAUD lith. Room $u. Fourta
Floor. Old Boston aUorv. iU M9J0 All
I 'A Tf I? 7J A'PIIAJ
X laaiea and gentle-
nen. If 'yoii want to get rid of your
neuraatlsm, lumbago, sciatica and other
chroolo aliments, lake the vapor bathe and
massage treatments of Dr. and Mrs 11. B.
Bend. We alao give face and scalp treat
Disnta. We get reautts. s)-it Pxton Llk.
TeL Douglaa ltA (!) A
TOUNO -WOMEN oomlng to Omaha aa
trangera are Invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian association rooma, 16U
Far nam St., where they will be directed
to auliabio boarding places or otherwise
a sainted A deaconeaa reprvaentlng the
aaaociatlon meeta tralna at the Union ela
tion aa travelers" aid. ll) Jt
TRINGE8, rubber goods, by mall; cut
prions, bend for free catalogue. Myera
Dillon Drug Cp., Omaha. P't17
POULTRY AND EGGS
OTTUMWA Poultry Yards Light Brahmaa
won I prernUims at the state fair. 8io.k
for sal, old and oung. H. T. Cameron,
Ottuinwa. U Ul)-Ml4 8s
WHITS ROCKS-Egga from pen aconng
to WV $! 'ur fifteen eggs. C. W.
Howell. Altoona. la. (1D-M37 x
ORPINGTONS, all varletlea, blue ribbon
'.nnr-. mating list free. Uuomgarn
Orpington Yards, Humboldt, Nb.
All) Midi $x
S3GOS From, two fine pen of Barred
Ruck of cockerel mating; rock res scor
ing -M S-ad !, $1 per 15. Eggs frpm out
side pans. $3 r luo. Mi. J M. 8tewart,
Alnswortn, j (11) MM x
It. C. R. I. RKD EGGS for sale Pen eggs.
$1 50 per 15-. s ( r Its), from pen aconng
to to 13 rang t pr 15, I per iu0. J v.
Abraham. Valley, Neb. (ID MM
White Leghorn eggs it) per ion, at Mandy
Le Farm. Tel. Floicuce Ml
POULTRY AND EGGS
FOR SALK-Rosa Comb Brown leghorn
rocker-ls. VVrlte for prices F. Bowman,
Ro jte . Eldora. la. (11) Mf. A4x
BILVKR LACED Wyandotte cnekTels,
rholr-e etoc k. scored and unecored: Pekln
durka. Mte. F. R. McLaughlin, Manning,
la. 11 MS7 A4x
JARVE PTO. CO.. Job printing and ealen
dara, 11th Cap. Ave. t'hona Ind A-2S.20.
RKAl, ESTATE DF.AI.KI1.
RF.F.D ABSTRACT CO, EL 1V; prompt
service; get our prices. 1710 Farnam St.
BEAT, ESTATE TITLK-TRC8T CO.
CHAR K. WILLIAMSON. President.
CO., flrat floor. N. T. L.
BENJAMIN R. E. CO.
477 Brandels Bldg.
441 Brantiels Bide.
Phona Ioug. trM
CITY PROPERTT Mil ALB.
West Farnam. 7-room house, all modem
hard pine finish, larg.t lot. Fine home.
-room house, just finished, full bsaement
good walk, ga, electric light. .Cameron
On Pratt near JRth atreet. fine 7-room
house, nlre lawn, cement walks; built about
a year; large lot
Larlmore Ave., house of 7 rooms, with
gns and water, good ilstern, finely fin
ished; good walks, owner leaving city.
North 241 h street, house of 7 rooms. t
rooms and bath downstalra. 2 large bed
rooms upstairs: modern exn-pt hent; good
barn, shrubbery and cement walks.
South lth street, fine 8-room house, sil
motlvrn, combination fLxturee. Owner built
house. Fine large veranda. Close to St.
Joneph'a hospital. A bargain. .
THE WORLD INVESTMENT
tKU-4 N. Y. L. Bldg.,' Omaha. Neb.
Douglaa 192-1. Ind. 42b3.
(19) 7M I
2R12 N. 2tri, six large rooms with bath, gas
and toilet, for 2,0U0.
1714 Manderson St.. 7-room cottage, all
modern, J2,9K); easy terms.
415 N. Hist, new modern house, 6 rooms,
oak finish, beamed celling Id dining room,
paving paid, 4,7f0.
atilO Davenport, fine new home, strictly
modern, location hard to heat; $fi.O00. '
1120 S. 28th. In Hanscom Park district, n.
very good and well built house, g room,,
modern with nest of hot water heating.
largo lot. tt.ann
West Ftrnam Dlst rlct Fine new 9-room.
strictly modern home In very good loca
tion, for $4,750.
DUNDEE LOT, EASY TERMS
Full lot at- 4!th and Webater, block and
half from car, city water, aewer thla sum
mer. $460, and on very easy terms.
South front lot at 31st and Evans St..
paved street, Just off new Boulevard; can
be bought now for $500; easv terms.
CJLOVER REALTY SYNDICATE.
Ground Fl. N. Y. L. Doug. 3963. A 3S63.
MODEKN KlrE-RX)M COTTAGE.
Nearlng completion at -1707 ' Laird 'St.
Thoroughly built; splendidly arranged; ex
cellent neighborhood. Price complete $2,860.
Reaaonatilo terms. For full particulars, call
owner at Webster, 1841, evenings.
IMPROVED ACRE TRACT
NEAR CAR LINE
II -JoO for I acres, all under
cultivation. Improved' with 5
rootn house, large barn, well,
brick cave, chicken coop, etc.
only 7 minutes' walk from car
line and 10 minutes' walk from
school of eleven grades. Toung
f i lilt of all kinds, rich black
soil, electrlo light In atreet.
Price reduced for quick sale.
Owner leaving city and must
ell at once. Hee this Immedi
ately, because acre tracta in
good neighborhood ao near
stores, churches, school and
car line, where land values
are steadily Increasing, are
difficult to find. Bay terms.
Investigate. Want offer.
GEORGE & CO.. 1801 FARNAM ST.
WOULD YOU BUY
a R-room cottage, lot 100x150 feet., for
$1,700; part cash, balance $13.60 per month.
W. .1. Dermody Investment Co.
Tel. Doug.'siiie or A.-3fi83 ,
M6 N. r. Ufe Bldg.
Is the best town on the map and getting
better every minute. You love It; we all do.
Why not get a nice home of your, own?
It Is a heap better than paying rent.
Look at -502 8. 20th Ave., t rooms. $1,400.
S.'b N. 2tith, 7 rooms, barn, city water,
big trees and all sorts of outhouses, $1 am.
Then that swell little 5-rooin bungalow,
All of these are within your reach. Terms
to suit Y()l .
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite KM N. Y. Ufe Bldg ,
Phone Red 1999. Omaha, Neb.
FOR SALE Handsome, snaclous residence.
In choicest location possible, modern, fine
condition: innulre of owner. Address
P. rtrffic? Box l'l. 8 gtlo 1 D. Tel. Hamey
SC4. (1H)-M720 $
ONE OF THE BEST HOMES
located in north part of city, with large
south and east front lot, $7,0)10; part cash,
balance on eaay terms.
W. .1. Dermodv Investment Co.
m N. Y. Life Bldg.
BO I. LEVARI) HOCSE. 1248 North 19to St..
9 rooms, modern, only $2.uM. Thorn a
Brcnnan, room 1 New York Lift Bldg.
9-ROOM HOUSE IN KOUNTZE
Located on paved street, paving all paid,
large lot &0xl?t feet. House has reception
hall, parlor, dining room, sitting room and
kitchen on the first floor, rear 'stairs. $
bedrooms and balh on aecond floor. This
house is In excellent repair and nicely pa
pered. Haa ulways leen occupied as a
home. This Is the best value for a large
house we have on our list in this beautiful
HOME OWNERS' ADDITION.
HASTINGS & H EY DEN, 1614 Harney St.
- 1 mi 768 2
7-room house in Hanscom park dlatrict.
modern except lest; well built, hard oil
finish. In excellent neighborhood on car
line: paved street: brick basement; large
lot ilii wslks. Terms.
IIAKW04.il ft HARWOOD.
Both Phones 41 He Bldg.
luxated on lxUl-font lot. south front, $.)).
$- 1 ash. balance on easy terms.
W. .1. Dennody Investment Co.
WK N. Y. Life Bldg
HOMK8 tN BENSON Part eaah: balance
same as rent. VY. E. Y.trion. 228 8. Or
phanage Ave., Benson. Tel Renson 51.
(!'.) -M7tt AJU
CITY rROFKHTt FOR I.E.
Every Day is Bargain
4111 N. 2Mh Ave, 9-rootn house, not mod
ern, but ran he made so at email e
pe,nse; haa cement cellar and splendid
well, with a lot Mxl ft.
JfCT Manderson St.. i-room rottage. mod
ern, combination fixtures; beatitirul lawn,
with trea and shrubbery and some fruit;
tins been built only a year and can be
bought on exceptionally easy terma.
J. A. Langan & Son,
TO? N. Y. Life Pldg.
(19) 7U7 1
Want a Good Home?
See 1126 South 28th St.
Splendid 7-room all modern house, fine re
ception hall, parlor, den, dining room and
kitchen on first floor; S nice bedrooma
and bath on second floor: gu and electric
light; full brick and cement cellar, with
Isundrv. vegetable cellar, etc.; fine fur
nace, also barn; nice lawn; cement walka
and paving all raid, and e ast front
In Hanscom Park district. Only $4..
Can make terms.
Birkett & Tebbens,
423 Bee Bldg.
Phons-Douarlaa 4754. Independent A-17M.
(19) B3 .tl
Eight-room modern dwelling. $4.0"0; nearly
new; paved street; desirable '.ocatlon, ad
Joining the West Farnam dlatrict; one
block from car: east front lot ; Subject to
g Installments of paving: very attractive,
neat, small home in a desirable neighbor
hood. D. V. Sholes Co.,
Ill Bd. of Trade Bldg. lth and Farnam.
Tela.: Doug. 48 Ind., A 2049.
Southwest corner Georgia Ave. and Pa
cific, 64x142 feet; all specials pald-$3,150.
ISth and Farnam. 436 Bd. of Trade Bldg.
BARGAIN If taken at once, cottafre and
7-room house, both all modern; owner
leaving city. 2419 Caldwell St.
New West Farnam
This is s low prleed home In heart of
West Farnam district. ALMOST NEW and
trlctly modern In every detail; cemented
basement with laundry, cold storage, fur
nace room, etc., beautifully decorated liv
ing rooms with mantel ana grate and rine
electric chandeliers; light, airy sleeping
rooma with ample . closets and fine bath
room, maids' room and - plenty of garret
atorage room. Actual cost more than above
price. This ought to sell very quickly. Bee
us for full patriculara.
Payne, Bostw ick & Co
Main Floor N. T. Ufe Bldg.
(19) 772 Kl
Nearly new 7-room house, modern except
heat, near 28th and Cuming, $500 cash, bal
ance same aa rent.
At 51st and Underwood, on car line and
two blocks from school and Happy Hollow
club, two south front lota, ftOjrlXo feet each.
Permanent walks; aurrounded by new
homes; $1,400 I $200 lea than their value.
Better buy thla beautiful horn site.
Payne Investment Co.,
First Floor N, T. L. Bldg.,
Tels.: Doug.. 1781, A 1188.
$ ROOMS, modern, near 40th and Seward,
lot 50x150, cement sidewalk, paved street.
PriC4 $3,500; terms.
70$ N. T. Life Bldg. Both 'Phones.
IF YOTJ HAVE
City property, farms, ranch lands or mer
chandise to aell or trade, list them with
me. It costs you nothing unless I effect
a sale. W. W. Mitchell. $32 Board of
Trade Bldg. (19) 624
House and lot located at $919 aoth and
Madison 8t outh Omaha. Inquire
MRS. A. W. KEITZBERGER,
114 North Rodney St.,
A NICE little home place, very complete
ana aesiraois. requiring arxut (oO casn.
balance, $1.5u0; building and loan: pay
ments: Clifton HU1, two blocks from car.
Address owner soon. Full lot, barn,
hade, fruit trees; no commission In
volved; Immediate possesion, owner leav
ing the city; will give a bargain. Stovea,
range, heating and gaa stoves, alao piano
and aome furniture for sale. Address J-248
Bee. (19) M 468 $ '
$101 N. 4th St., 4 rooma, $ lot, $1,500.
4812 Capitol Ave., 9 rooms modern except
$802 Poppleton Ave. $ room all modern,
The three biggest snap In town.
Payne Investment Co.,
First Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.
Tels.: Doug. 1781, A 1188.
$1 0006 rooms, lot Xxffl, fruit, one block
fiom car. Douglaa SMS. U( MtM4 1
$2.300 Corner lot. $0x120, 26th and A 81
South Omaha, most desirable.
$900 Lot 60x150, 24th and Grovar.
4! Brandels Building, Omaha.
LIST your property with Chris Boyer, 2Zd
and Cuming fits. (19 22
FOR SALE Nebraeka' choleeet com and
alfalfa ianda. Write for price list of bar
gain. L. Nlder. Falrbury. Neb.
CLO8E IN flat location, south and east
front, full lot, only 1$ block from the
Boston store, $2,000. I CONNER, owner,
131 Board of Trad Bldg. (19;-M469 7
FOR SALE Sub lot 6 of lot T, Capitol add.;
also 44 ft. lot $. block 146. Make me an
offer. Birllla C. Jones, tS W. Prospect
Ave., Hollywood St,, Lcs Angeles, CaL
(19) M621 A4
RKA1. ESTATE. IjaNB and Insurance
Lisi your property with us for sale or
exchange Walnut and Orchard Hills
ICf-a't Cn 4010 Hsmllion St. 'Phones
lUri.ey 27; Ind., B-UU U9-.M
CITY PHOPKIt I V FHl a A I.R
Eight rooms, mod.Tn.osk finish, full two
lories, lsrge commodious rooma, elegsnt ar
rangement and finish; built (or a home two
years ago; east front In Hanscom park,
Park Ave. This property must be eoid bv
the 26th Inst., and the p.ice will sell It, as
it Is offered for S1.600 less than Ha actual
value; part cash will handle It.
NATIONAL 1 N VESTMENT
62 Brandels Eldg.. Omaha, Neb.
HOW IS THIS ONE?
t.ot SOxlW feet, wert front; $.
W. .J. DennotJy, Investment Co.
Tel. 1nug.'(i1M or A-Wi3.
N. Y. Life Bldg
Four good lots. Soxl.Ki. right on Military
Ave. car line, for sale rhepp If taken at
once. An ldel building site, with plenty
of room for fruit and garden. Call at 510
Brandels Bldg., or 'phone Red W:i
(19) M730 lx
FARM AMI HANOI I.ANC FOR gAI.B
FARM AND FRUIT LAND.'
Denver-Greeley district, under Irrigation;
sugar beets, alfalfa, gemeral farming and
fruit raising; low price, eaay t-aymenta
National Investment Co.. 512 l.randflls
Bldg., Omaha. Tel. Douglaa (69L
NELSON'S bargain list 14 80 acres 4 miles
from Clyde; nice, level land, all fenced, at
$150. 16-1I0 acres near Agenda, in Ger
man settlement; creek bottom and well
Improved. A bargain at $9AI0, with good
terms. Also have several good farms that
1 can gWe good tradea on. Write for my
complete list, mentioning this paper.
Walter Nelsjn. Clyie, Kan. (20) M163 8
FOR BALK A farm ef $20 acres, two and
one-half miles from Osceola, the county
seat of Clarke county, Iowa. 110 acres
In cultivation, balance In blue grass pns
ture. Small orchard, and a number of
(hade treea around the house. Good holts"
and barn, and shedding for a hundred
head of cattle, and hogs, wd shed and
hen house. Farm well watered with wells
and living stream. Prlco $70 per acre.
or $22,400, $.4O0 cash down and balance
In four years, Interest payable annually;
5 per cent on $12,u00, and per cent on
$2,200, with option to pay 500 or $1,000 at
any Interest date after one year.
Also have other bargains. "Send for Hat
28 P. P." Karr & Karr, Osceola, la.
(20) MS89 A4x
FOR SALE 468-acre ranch near Sidney. 120
acres of hay land. 160 acres farm land,
balance pasture, nearly nil fenced; good
well, but no buildings. School house near;
sidetrack close. Price $15 pr acre, part
on time. We have many other bargains
80-acre farm, well Improved, near Grand
Island. $.4O0. For particulars, write Dill
& Huston, Grand Island, Neb.
Must be sold at once.
320 acres. 3Vt miles from good town. In
Boone county. Nebraska; i'U) acres in culti
vation; 40 acres al fulfil, PHlivnce meadow
and i.usture. All gently rolling: deep black
soil: 12-room house; barn 40x40; cow barn
20x50: chicken house. ve nouse, cistern
eupply tanks; R0 acres fenced hog-tight;
small orchard. Farms In this locality not
aa good held at from $)0 to. ff per fl.cre.
We can sell this, If taken at once; for
$55 per acre. $7,000 cash, bafaru;e long time.
Write or wire when you Cart (TO to look
8. E. WAJT A. CVBr
817 Bee Bldg., Omaha. TeJ. Doug, l.m
(20) M797 2.
FARMS $6 to $75 per acr. Write for our
long list. Bemla. Brandels Bldg.
We have ten acres In Nowata specially
adapted to truck gardening. $200 per acre.
Terms to suit. 6,000 people. Growing fast.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg.
'Phone Red 199M. Omaha, Neb.
Open evenings. (20) M736 2
CHOICE Oklahoma farm for Hle. 190 acres,
l-room house, barn, crib, granary; SO acre
In cultivation, 70 acres bottom, 10 acre
orchard; 7 mile from railroad town; price,
$36 per acre; one-half cash, time on bal
ance. Write Swope & Co., Stillwater, OkL
Nowata Co. Oklahoma
21x2 miles. 4.500 oil wells,
2c per LOU) cubic feet.
WE HAVE OVER 300 TRACTS OF LAND
5 acrea up. $3.75 to $100 per acre. Believe
we are doing you a favor In keeping this
before you. Ask Missouri Pacific ticket
agent for low rate to Nowata.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite 24 N. Y. Life Bldg.
Phone Red 1999. Omaha. Neb.
Open evenings. M 51725 3
BUY SOUTH DAKOTA LAND.
Buy In the Kaduka vicinity. In Stanley
county, where the rich soli grows gcod
corn, small grain, alfalfa and timothy
and clover, plenty of water eastlv ob
tained, free from rock. Come and buy
while it's witnln reach, from $8 to $J0
per acre. W also have gilt edge first
farm mortgages for sale, can wt you
from $ per CJ-nt to $ per cent Interest.
Agent wanted. F""r rfenrlpllun write to
F. E. Reldlnger I:,d Agency, Kadoka,
Stanley Co., South Dakota.
1.500 acres JVi miles of railroad station.
Large part is finest valley land, best of
oil, lots of huy, well watered, lots of
trees; land is worth $50.00 per acre; one
crop will pay for land. If you aee this
land you will never pass It up. Price
$15.60 per acre. Easy terms.
S.UO ai res well improved. $.0.00 per acre.
1,040 acres. 3 sets of Improvements, $35 per
1. 0i.i acres, well Improved. $20.00 per acre.
We have many other bargains. Write or
GLOBE LAND AND' INV. CO.. OMAHA.
2,200 acres; 150 Irrigated, balance picture;
all enclosed; good ll-ro-'m house, with hot
snd cold water, good horse and cattle
barns anil other outbuildings, etc.; con
reeled Willi telephone and situated 26
iniloa south of Douglas. Wyo. Price rea
sonable; part cash, balanoe on easy terms.
GEO. U FOXTON, Douglas. Wyo.
Out they go to the Great
Panhandle of Texas, on our
Every Day Excursions to see
the famous Cold Water tract,
Sherman county. Texas.
Fine grain farms at low
prtco; good soli, best of water,
fine climate, big crops.
Remember, we go any day.
The World Investment Co.
$.ll- N. Y. Life Bldg..
Ind.. A 426$; Bell, Douglaa 1930.
Firm ami ham ii i, ami for sai.R
Texas State Land
,$1 to $4 Per Acre
Texss school Isnds In different counties.
MORE THAN 2.m0.V0 A CRF8
To be sold before June ). One-fortieth
cash and balance In 4 years. You can buy
150 acres of the best; py Hi cash and no
more for forty years, but 3 per cent Inter
est on the balance An good land as Kan
sas, Missouri or Illinois, nt $l.v per acre,
and better climate. Write us for further
Information. Inclose 6c for reply.
INVESTOR Pi ni-lSlllNG CO..
.j (?M7 Ix
FOR SALE-10 acres fruit and vegetable
Irrigated land near Spokane. Wash., at
sacrifice. Write H. E. Smith. College,
Tabor, la. i-MA.; Alx
FARMS FOR RENT
FOR REST Several choice Improved farms
In Atchlnson county, Missouri; Harrison
and Clav counties, Iowa, and Chippewa
county. Minnesota, for one-third of crop,
or will furnish seed and take half. J.
Mulhalt. Sioux City, la. (21) M147 2
2-ACRE fruit farm, cherries apples, small
fruit; 7-room house, ham. chicken house,
etc. 21D1 Grand Ave. See
F. D. WKAD, 1801 FARNAM
(21 1 7So $
REAL ESTATE LOANS
loans and warrant. W.
b. Ct.. ISM Farnam St.
WANTED City loan. Peter Trust Co.
LOWEST RATES Hernia, Brandela Bldg.
SECOND MORTGAGE loana negotiated.
Apply Room 417-15 Flrt Nat l Bank Bldg.
Bell 'phone Douglaa $81$. (22) W4
$100 TO $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead.
Wead Bldg.. Utn and Farnam. (22) 4
If you need a reasonable loan on well Im
proved Omaha real estate, I cn enter
tain your application, at 6 or 5tt per cent
Interest, according to location or grade of
property; no delay, and privilege la given
for repayment before maturity.
I. Sibcrnsen, 208 Old Boston Store Bldg.
FIVS PER CENT MONEY
to loan on
Omaha Ruelaes Property.
Room 1, New York Life Bldg.
PRIVATE money to loan. J. H. fcherwood.
1 Brandels Bldg. (22) (3
PAYNE. BOSTWICK CO.. N. Y. Ufa.
Private money; $500 to $5,000; low rata.
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha prop
erty. Conrad Young, 1518 Dodge St.
$500 TO $5,000 on home in Omaha. O'Keef
Real Estate Co.. 1001 N. Y. Ufa Doug,
cr A -2152. - 22)-4U
MONEY TO LOAN-Payne Investment Co.
ST'O to $200,000, lowest rate, no delay.
Garvin Bros.. 1604 Farnam. (22) M4?
MONEY TO BUILD.
$500 to $200,000 at current rate.
W. H. THOMAS. 60S Flrat Nat l Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED TO BUY.
IF you MUST sell, list with us. We cannot
ell anything unless at (quaes price.
NOWATA LAND A LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
'Phone Red. 1999.
NEW furnaces, hot water and hot air
combination heating; two snd four-hole
laundry hot water heaters; mantle grates,
gaa stove repaired, water fronts, flower
vases, etc. imialia Btove nepair worga,
13)6-1208 Douglas St. Phones: Douglia
fc.0; Ind., A-3:l. M782
WANTED TO BUY
HIGHEST prices for secondhand furniture.
carpets, clotnes ana snoes. lei. jjoug. sen
BEST nrlce paid for secondhand furniture
carpels, stoves, clothing, shoes. Tel. Doug.
5401. ia en
AI-CTIONEKRINO The noted auctioneer
of Iowa, Ilia, and Neb., F. D. VanPelt, haa
located In Oniana. 01 nee km n. i. uue
Bldg. 'Phone. Ind. A 3622. (2i)-614A17
WILL psv good price for house to move,
J. H. Parrotte. Board of Trade.
WANTED TO RENT
FURNISHED house, 5 or S rooms, by man
and wife for to 12 months. Address
A 257, Bee. (26I-M671 lx
WANTED Some sort of semi-clerical
work, by one experienced as bookkeeper
and salesman. Address A 2-'3. Be.
ASS1TANT Bookkeeper. $ yeears exper
ience. Address B-224, care Bee.
WANTED By man of 26, clerical position;
five vears' experience freight auditing.
Addross A. M. Thomaa, 1915 Capitol Ave.
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER
muster. Fort Leavenworth, Kansas,
Match 3. 119 Scaled proposals. In tripll
cat.?, wll! be received here until 11 a. m.,
central time, April 2. 1KW. and then opened
for electric wiring, Installing electric light
ing fixtures, furnishing and Installing
transformer, watt meter and making serv
ice connections to cavalry drill hall. Full
Information and blank forms of proposals
furt Islied on application. Plans and speci
fications may fie Been here, also in office
of chief quartermasters at Omaha and
Deliver, and Master Builders' exchange,
Kansas City, Mo. United States reserve
the right to accept or reject any or all
proposals. Envelope to be marked "pro
posals for Electric Wiring. Etc.." and ad
dressed to CAPTAIN WM. D. DAVIS,
OFFICE OF CONSTRUCTING QUAHTEK
mHSter, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas,
March 4. lt",9. Sealed proposals. In tripli
cate, will be received here until 11 a. m.,
central time. April 3, 19u9, and then opened
for the construction, plumbing and electrlo
wiring and lighting fixtures of a double set
hospital corps sergeant's quarters. Full In
formation and blank forms of proposal
furnished upon application. Plana and
specifications may he seen here, also In
office of chief quartermaster, Omaha, and
Maater Builders' Exchange, Kansas City.
Mo. United Slates reserve the right to
accept or reject any or all proposals or
any parts thereof. Envelope to be marked
proposals for public building and addressed
to Caplain William D. Davis, Quarter
master. M6--$-9. A 1-2.
SEALED ESTIMATES ON VARIOUS
classes of work to be done in the con
struction of a new college building for St.
Benedict's College. Atchison. Kansas, will
be received until noon of Friday. April $,
1909. The contemplated building la to con
sist of a central atructure KXxSO feet, flanked
on each end by wings 79x 40 feet, and Is to
be constructed of brick and reinforced con
crete. Plana ar.d specifications for above
work are on exhlnltlon at St. Peter's Church
Rectory, 1 Bluff street. Council Bluffs,
Iowa. Sealed proposals should be ad
dressed to the President of St. Benedict's
College, Atchison, Kansas
ADDRESSES BY TAFT AND ROOT
President and Senator Speak
Dinner of Harvard Alumni.
STRONG TRIBUTES TO DR. ELIOT
Roth Indicate that Former Ka
ecntlve of Harvard la to He
(ilveo Important lllplit
Tsft, speaking at
$1 - President
dinner tendered to j
President Charles W. Eliot of Hntvard uni
versity In this city last night, announced by
direct Inference that Dr. Eliot had been
tendered and was considering the spprint
ment of ambassador to Great Britain.
Senator Root of New York had Indicated
the selection of Dr. Eliot earlier In Ilia
evening, and President Taft nmile tiie
announcement stronger by declaring ha
Indorsed all that Senator Root had said.
The dinner was glvn by the Harvsrd
alumni of Washington. President Taft on
arriving at the banquet hall late In the
evening was greeted with rousing choruses,
"Here's to good old Yale, drlnk'cr down."
and nine reverbating Harvard 'rahs. Dr.
Eliot had earlier received an ovation which
was repeated when he made a stirring nlea
to the alumni to maintain In the year to
come the prestige of their university
throughout the width and breadth of thn
land. President Ell"t declared that he wns
giving over the work of Harvard to younger
bands and looked forward confidently to
the ever new, the ever widening progress
the administration of hi successor would
bring about. The dinner had a decided
dash of college spirit and rollicking songs
and parodies abounded One of these, a
paraphrase of "Mr. Dooley," was addrcs.od
to Dr. it. W. Wiley, the pure food expert
cf the Department of Agriculture, 1 aught
the farcy of the president and he Joined
In the chorus of "Dr. Wiley" with rare
good humor. ' Dr. Wiley sat next the presi
dent and listened wtlh glee to the take-off
on hi recent utterances ebout the terrors
cf "soft drinks." The guests Included
Sorator Lodge, Postmaster General Hitch
cock and Secretary of the Navy Meyer.
ftpeerh of Mr, Hoot.
Dr. Eliot was the first speaker of the
evening and wa Immediately followed by
Mr. Root, who related several anecdotes
on Mr. Taft and paid tribute to the retir
ing Harvard president. He fairly swept
his audience off Its feet when, in con
cluding, he said: "Should It so befall Dr.
Eliot to be accredited as the American
ambassador to one of the great court of
Europe, before whatever monarch he shall
stand, there we shall know our great re
public In all the good qualities of truth
and sincerity of nature In all Its pious
Ideals and Inspirations Is represented by
man, an American gentleman, a scholar,
a sago, Indeed."
Taft Apeak I. ast.
President Taft was last to speak. It was
nearly midnight when he arose and de
clared he would not give Senator Root an
other opportunity about his having kept
a dinner party until 4 o'clock In the morn
ing. The president devoted himself en
tirely to an eulogy of Dr. Eliot and the
Ideal nf education and the fostering of
the university spirit for which he has
stood. He referred to the Harvard presi
dent a the head of the educational move
ment of the last forty years.
In concluding, President Taft caused an
other great outburst of cheering by de
claring that he endorsed all that Senator
Root had said In his tribute to Dr. Eliot.
"And especially do I Bhare," said the
president, "every word that Senator Root
has said a to what may happen to D
Eliot In the future."
"It 1 a great pleasure to be with you
declared President Taft, "and especially
to claim the right to be here as a Havard
alumnus."' The president received
doctor" degree in law from Havard three
"It I a orrow, " he added, "on the other
hand In view of all the beautiful things
that have been aid." "that I shall not
be able to contribute greatly to your pleas
ure. What with various opinions on the
tariff, with considering a few vacancies
that there are In the public service and
the other dutre that are Imposed upon the
ohlef magistrate, I have had no time to
prepare as I should have liked, for this
august occasion. No time to prepare to
say what I should like to say of my feel
ings for Harvard university and for the
man who haa led Harvard and who hae
led the educational Interest of America
during the last forty year.
Tribal to Dr. Bitot.
"Dr. Eliot ha described a university a
a collection of groupa and modestly ascribed
the succee ot Harvard to the work of those
roups. Rather do I think the success of
the university Is due to the man who has
been In all of those groups, has weldod
them together, ha carried the Influence
of one to the other and haa brought about
harmonious work for the common good."
President Taft spoke at length of the
various attributes of character and ability
that helped to make Dr. Eliot's iidminls
tratlon the success It has been and which
have set a high standard for university
presidents of the future.
"In small, personal way," declared
President Taft, "I look upon him with
envy. He la taking off the armor, while
aome of us find It difficult to get it on.
"How he ha been able to maintain the
health, strength and physique of a boat
ing man, which he was In his college
days, and without being exposed to the
atmosphere of the supreme court to have
lived to his time of life. I do not under
stand. All that Senator Root has said of
President Eliot I heartily endorse. It was
on of the most discriminating speeches
I have ever heard the senator from New
York make. Dr. Eliot Is the dean of the
teaching profession and he haa made that
profession, already great and Influential
the leading profession In the country. He
haa brought the university Into such rela
tion Into public life that we cannot fall
to owe him a great debt of gratitude for
having elevated public life in the way the
university spirit, represented by him, has
FIRST OF TWELFTH IS LAST
TO COMPILE ITS RETURNS
Election Officers There Draw Prise
for Bring the Slowest of
the Day '
The return from the First precinct of
till iweiilil waiu .tlo inr- m III.
The Judge and clerk in thai booth fell
far behind those anywhere else In doing
their work. They were atill plugging away
In th middle of the day, though most of
th others had finished and shut up Hh'.p
hour before and gone home.
The Judge of till tardiest of polling
place were M. U McCarthy. John H.
Wlthnell. W. H. Willi; clerk. ! F. Lewi
and A. O. Gitxon.
Th task of compilation was necessarily
big, but these men found it much bigger
than any of the others.
Dynamite H recks Buildings
aa completely a cough and colds wreck
lungs. Cure them quirk with Dr. King's
New Discovery. 60c snd $1.'A For sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
ECHO CF THE RECENT PANIC
Fifteen II adreo'-Unllnr Sslll Draas
In K-ars of llen Brot. 4er
Rean I ontract.
A llltle c. lio of the 1i7 panic has been
sounding In Juflge D.iy;s court with a re
sultant cost to the A len Bros, company
of $1,640. The local wholesale firm wa
sued by the Nobel Omnty Canning .corn
puny of Indiana for the sum named. It
being the value nf . shipment of Canned
I beans ordered hv the local wholesale house
and refund! by It. according to plaintiff,
I when the panic hud knocked -the botMml
I out of the canned goods market.
Attorney Oliver 8. Ervvln for the Victor-
011!, i.i,ir contented that the company car-
r0,j oui Its contract In every respect and
succeeded In Impressing the Jury to that
effect. The defense tried to make out that
the shipment of the cans hibelled was con
trary to rontiact, but could not make the
poitn stlck. , . . .
Annnnnremrnts of Ihe Theaters,
Where In this country is it ncrdful to
enter Into who and what Buster Rrown 1st
Everyone knows H. F.. 0uteauH's cartoons
loo well and the announcement that th's
muslcnl comedy will he seen at the Krug
commencing tonight, with special matliKS
Friday, brings forth hut one qiwry: "What
sort of a performance will If he?" Every
one knows the piny what will Hs presents
tlon ofter? First It can be" Said -the 'best
company ever offered or gathered together
for the play, a c!t headed by Master Rice,
the real "It" as a Buster then new'sVenery
and costumes with Jiew songs and musiX!
will he the features. What moi can tha
amusement-seeker akT .
The walls of the Burwood theater fairly
quaiiii with luugliter caused by the lud'
crous lines and situations In the -comelj;
"Because She Loved Him So," and the
piece will round out one of the merriest
weeks of Ihe Burwood's season. An Oinshai
gentleman. In a voluntary letter received at
the theater yesterday, says In part; "It Is
delightfully entertaining and filled with a,
sparkle and vim, being well staged and
played. If It were 'water marked' Belaaco
or Frohnian It would overflow your houso -
and cause a waiting list." Therre will bn
a matinee this afternoon, also on Saturday
Hchool Days," the little musical comedy.
has been duplicating (ho success svltli
which It was greeted last year,. At .aftch
lerformance the clever pranke tf the band
provoke laughter and Warm applause. The
truly wonderful manipulation o( coins and
cards by -Nelson Downs Is a feature which
cannot fall to interest all who admire such
address and skill. The- grotesque arid at .
the same time finished , tumbling of the
Three Yoscarys Is another feature- The
refined and pleasing singing of the Weston.
Sisters has been much praised. These,
combined with th other hlgh-clas acts,
make a program which no one wishing to
enjoy an evening or afternoon can afford
to miss. The jlally matlne1 are very
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