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THE REE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, 'APRIL 14. 1f)00:
f A V:Q fliV. IrM'umt tni) mil Mm
Smith, 6.4 8. ltli, 8d floor.
A HOME for women during confinement.
We find bomei for babies where moth
er cannot care for them. Pshlee
boarded. Mr. Martha A. Le, 408 Ban
rroft St. 'Phone Douglas 19-1.
(18) HtM Msy7x
PRIVATHJ home during confinement;
babies adopted. The Ouod Samaritan Sanitarium.-
First Ava.. Council Bluffs,
MALL'S safes, naw. 2d hand. 1818 Farnam.
VAPOR BATHS ."rSTnE
men. Tf you Want to get rid of your
rheumatism, lumbago, sdstlca and other
chrenlu allmehta, take tlia vapor hatha and
ma.aaa.ge treatment of Dr. and Mra. R. B.
Ben da. We elso give face and acalp trest
ments. We get results. 230-234 Paxton BIk.
Tel. Douglas 190. (18) 659 May
TOUNO WOMEN coming to ' Omaha a
strangers fre Invited to vlalt the Young
Women's Christian association. 17th nnd
Howard Sta., win re they will be directed
to suitable buardliig places or otherwlae
assisted A dnnrnm-M representing the
aaaociatlnn mwti trains at the Union a'a
tlonaa travpl-rg aid.. (18) -268
f AflVFTIf Klcctrlc vibratory. 131) S.
.UAUftMU Ml roon, ;os Fourth
Floor, Old Boston Store. (!) 943 Mayl2
MASSAGE-PROF. O. K. DINJfAN. EX
PERT MASSEUR. For Isdlcs and gentle
man. If tired, languid, Isxy, from lack
of circulation which cauae Indigestion,
constipation, torpid liver, rheumatlam and
chronic troubles, try the Oriental mas
sage. Thorough hand work. Face and
acalp treatment; $ year In Omaha at 405
Be Bldg. Doug as 403S.
( 181117 May
POULTRY AND EGGS
8. O. H. LEGHORN liijub-tl per setting,
$3 pei- luo. O. M. Dtavei, Orleans, Nub.
8. OV WHITE LEGHORN KUU3 Choice
standard bi'ed stock. Heavy laying- strain.
U per l'). ii per 60, $J per 40.
Mra W. I,. McKenney,
l"a'mer, Merrick County, Neb.
8. C. HUFF OKPINUTONS, free range;
fKK tor hatching. $1.1.5 per 15, 83. 00 for 60,
$5 0 fur- tim. Indian Runner duck egg, 11
fur II. -'5; 60 for 83.50. Toulouse gnoae eggs,
?S! each. Guaranteed fresh and fertile.
Peter Hreiim, Harvard, Nob.
S. C. Rl-A"K- MINORCA crrs for setting,
tl for IS. Tel. Harney U2. (1D-M8M M2x
R C. n. I. RET) EOOS for sale. Pen eggs.
81.M per 15, 18 per 100; from pen scoring
90 to 93 range 81 per IS. W per luo. J. W.
Abraham. Valley. Neb. (U)-M243
CHAMBERLAINS Original perfect dry
chirk feud, Use thla only and save young
chickens. Stewart's' Feed Btore, Sole
Agents, lit N. 16th St. (ID M841 May 1'
While I,eghorn eggs $6 pet W0, at Mandy
Lea Farm. Tel. Florence 182.
. (1D-M766 A20
INC I RATORg for sal cheap. Apply to
F.xpreaatnan a Delivery Co., 221 and
Izard 8'- (1D-M731 18x
JARVE FTO, CO.; Job printing and caten
dara, 18th & Cap. Ava. Phone Ind. A-2620.
. REAL E8TATB DBALBRI,
REED ABSTRACT CO., Eat. 1868; prompt
service; get our prices. 1710 Farnam St.
REAL ESTATE TITLE-TRU8T CO.
CHAg. E. WILLIAMSON. Prealdent.
' r (19)617
PAYNE INV. CO.. first floor N. T. L
BENJAMIN R. E, CO.. 477 Brandela Bldg.
W A UKVP .RBAL, .ESTATE CO.. 608 Paxtno
block. .. . , OS) M0K7 Majrl3
CITY PROPKKTT FOR SALB.
HltAND NEW 6-KOOxM HOUSE
In Crclghlrm'a Flrat addition, Juat com
pleted, all ready to move Into, atrlctly
modern, with combination fix t urea, fln
larrerr floor, large living room, full
hrlcked cellar, with outalde entrance; east
front on 84th St., eomh of Martha. Prlc
H.;N); 8W0 to 81.000 down, balance on time.
L.et ua show you thla property.
Payne, Bostwick & Co.
Sole Agents. Main Floor N. T. Ufa Bldg.
, . i9,-a 13
One of the moat high and sightly polnta In
the Immediate cream of Weat Faxnam
diatrict. oonaladng of aouih and rut front
corner 110x187 feet, with fine aha.de, com
manding view, street paved on both aides,
with permanent walks; large two-atory 12
room houae. exceptionally well built; down
atalra flnlahed in quarter aawed oak. large
rooma. Thla property never offered for
aale until thla time. Owner decided to sell
and wants to -make quick aale. Can be
seen any day. Houae coat 112.000 to 815,000
and It can be bought for a little over the
actual value of the ground. Bee ua for
D. V. 8HOL.E8 COMPANY.
Ill B. of Trade. BUlg. Itith and Farnam St a
VU ; Douulaa 49. Ind. A204S.
Il9 M90 18
25th, Near Farnam
rof-r ftrbsSoi? issi 7-r-houie-roora
Harrison & Morton,
SIXTY ACRES In 151 Reno. Okl., ten blocks
frcm pontofflce. a town of 12,01.0. Kot-k
Inland Railroad Co. building shopa; big
tl Ing for an Investor; price, $35.tM). No
wata Land and lxit Co., Suite ti24. N. Y.
Life Bldg.. Omaha. Neb. 'Phone Red IW).
Open evenlrgs. (19)-Mlii IS
THEY MUST GO
It's your chance to buy two south front
lots. 100x136 feet, at 6lat and I'ndvrwood
Ale., Dundee, for $1.4u0 cash; sidewalks,
water and shade treea in; two blocks
from achool and club and on car line.
No prettier location for a home. Make ua
a cash offer today.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO..
Flrat Floor N. X. Life Bldg.
'Phones Douglaa 1781, Independent A-11K8.
BET. FIELD CLUB ft WEST FARNAM
Hnuao completed 6 months ago: pnltahed
floors. Beat and nobbv; high and algiitly
2 block from car, $i.5(; $.".00 cash
i D. WEAD, l)'l FARNAM ST.
(19) 8'3 1t
LA ROB new mod. J-r. cottage, cor. lot
100x128. lo blocka from car line; Imme
diate pcssesslon; get a home on euay pay
ments from the owser. Doug. iSa$ or even
iuga Web. 4661. US) M49a
i ROOMS, modern except beat; could finish
two more rooma In aecond atory. Lot
10x133. one 'block from cr line. Brand
ew. . very desirable home. Term
'n-hl Prtca $.'.8a0.
NOWATA LAND AND 1XYT COMPANY.
Bull. ; N y. Uf, Bldg , Omaha.
Phone Rtii llr... open Kveninaa.
x (19) M;m 14
REAL FfBTATE, LOANS snd Insurances
List your property with ua for aale or
exihanga Walnut and Orchard Hills
Realty Ob 410 Hamilton 8t. 'Phones
Harntv 7i4; Ind . B-1&4J tl Lai
IT I'Hdl'ERU PIIH HI,K
While you arc making money, why
(don't you make a small investment In
city property that will pay you 11 per
cent net? You krfow ahriut 94 per
rent of bnalneas men fall at aome time
or other. Put away a nice piece of
property, Bay a new pressed brick flat,
close in, and tie sure of comfort in
your old age.
will buy the beautiful new pressed
brlca duplex dwelling at 2 4th and
Howard, only two blocks south of 24th
and Farnam. Cash required $5,000.
This pays 12 per cent net.
for the new pressed brick quadruple
building containing four houses, near
24th, blocks south of Farnam:
rents for $1,440 per annum; 12 per
for new double brick flat, on Harney,
near 24th. Nonresident owner needs
money; rents $1,200 per year; pay
$6,500 cash, balance at 6 per cent.
Better than 12 per cent on your in
vestment. Farnam Hill Home
near 33d and Farnam, a fine, new
home, nine rooms, hot water heat,
tiled bath, every known convenience;
built one year ago. Price of $7,500
has been cut to $6,750 and will be
further reduced for Immediate sale.
This Is an opportunity.
New 6-rooin, modern, oak finish, hot
water heat, on Harney, near 33d, new
paving, all paid: $4,750 takes it. and
only $1,750 cash required. This Is
your chance to get a home In the best
location at an absurdly low price.
WANT OFFERS AT ONCE
ON ANY OF
THE ABOVE PROPERTIES
613 N. Y. LIFE BLDG. DOUO. 1472.
We have several of these modern, choir
homes, well located; glad to show them.
KOUNTZE PLACE HOME
1808 LOTIIROP ST.
On this beautiful street of fine new
homes, we offer a very attractive houae
at a reasonable price, situated on full
south front lot, with nice terrace, which
will be sodded and put In good condition ;
cement steps and walks, tull baaement.
cemented: beautiful oak finlah and floors
on first floor; oak floora In all 4 bed rooma
on aecond floor. All rooms beautifully pa
pered. Satisfactory terms can be arranged
on this house. Look at It today. '
HASTINGS & HKYDEN, 1614 Harnev St.
',18) 633 14
Three and one-half acres, 81.2S0.
Seven and one.ftfth acres, 82.300.
One-fifth cash, balance five annual pay
ments. Free abstract. Warranty deed.
Both in Keystone Park, Omaha greateat
One mile west of Benson.
We will be peaaed to show them to you.
' PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
First Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.
'Phones Douglas 1781, Independent A-1188.
(1) 9;!0 14
MUST BE SOLD
ii00 Bu" '5xlE4 ft. lot facing Military
f"'" Ave., ara-oaa from Rnniralr... nitv
with store, barn and houae; Nos. 151! and
1518. No incumbrance. Immediate poascs
aion. Act quick.
t'W) A bargain lot 19. block J. Baker
V ' X ' . . , . i . U(l;i. .
w, , w,m .-nonary Ave.
200 8 and ft"ro"m houses, parity mod--""
ern, W,M laj-ga iot k-,,
and 2124 N. 27lh A ve.
1 fi"0 10 'T8 TN BENSON, NEAR
!pI,O.JU ("Alt LINE. BE OI ICK-
i.'? 800 "8h n"w '-room, modern
$1. cash, new 7-room. modern
house and large lot. 4318 Charle. j
1 - V
lot In Iieds, Sioux City, la,
1310 Howard St.
Farnam St Property
Very choice corner near the city hail
with five-story brick and stone building.
Well rented and Income growing. $106,008.
Harrison & Morton,
HOUSES TO EXCHANGE
Three good cottagea on lurge corner lot
on I4lh St. car line, paving, good proape. ta
for thla street. Houses rent for over $6oo
per year. Want good small farm or budd
W. T. GRAHAM. Bee Bldg.
Two-slory and basement, 9 apartmenta
two blocka from the new car earn. Tenth
and Pierce St.. always rented. Owner has
Interests elsewhere, and wishes to disposa
GALLAGHER & NELSON
i.H Brandela Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
MOKT(IAtIE FOR SAI.K
$.',000 mortgago to run 3 years at per
cent: good aecurlty. evervthtng in good
sliape. Adi'.res B 3t. care Bee. (19) 87a I..
2457 Orsnd Ave. 2 acres, mostly fruit; 6
room hoiiar and about 4 acrea aoulli of
F D. WEAD. 1..I FARNAM ST.
BARGAIN if taken at once 7-room hou
and cottage; both all modern. Iraner
leaving city. 2119 Caldwell Si.
r,TV .REAL ESTATE
CITi l-Hor-KHTY FOR SALR
A BEAUTIFUL HOME IN
FOREST HILL PARK ADDI
TION, 9TH AND WILLIAM STS.,
$5,000. EASY TERMS
This la tie rheareat houae offered for aale
today, the a.r.e of houae an. I arrangement
r rooma. location and flnleh considered;
naa full basement, cemented. go.i?l furnace.
"nrli y amk; llrat floor haa lig re ep
tton hall, pirlor, dining room, kitchen, large
butler a pantry and rear entry, colonad.
opening between the reception hall and
I lnr .B"'' dining room; open atai-wy or
oak. There are four fine corner bedronnia
on the second floor, birch finish, while
enameled with mahogany iloore. wajied oak
Honrs In all bedrooms and stihfloors tip-
... ,rlnp ttle over entire bona", floored
with flooring and having four windowa
I here, are nice closet In each room, linen
(loaet In hall, good bathroom, modern open
plumbing. All rooma are decorated with
beautiful paper and the houae la wired for
jl-ctrlc light and piped for gaa and haa
fine combination lighting fixtures. Beau
tiful oak finish In the living rooms. The
street la paved and the paving la paid for.
It la close In and yet In a verv desirable
neighborhood. If you aee thla you will
buy It. Open for Inapectlon todav.
HASTINGS A IIETDEN, 1814 Harney St.
Ill 2 13
66 ft. Near P. 0.
8.6on, io-room house, renting for 8720 a year,
room for flat besides.
Harrison & Morton,
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Figure your rent receipts. Suppom you had
paid that amount on a home of your own?
Not too late yet.
L-ok at 261C S. 2oth Ave., rooms, good
home and a good investment at 81.400.
3220 N. 26th, 7 rooma, two-story, barn, big
trees and outhouses; you can t begin to
duplicate It for 81.SO0.
Four rooma. chicken hniisp, cxal house, etc..
two lots 79x120, only $1,200.
S ven rooms, modern, paved street, fruit
tiees, shade trees, lot 40x92. $2,500; or will
give you 100 feet front for $3,260.
$60 locatod bull,,ln lt n Wirt St., only
Tlrla la surely a snap, and then we will lean
you the money to build.
And we have lots more of them. Come In,
you are surely welcome.
NOWATA "LAND AND IjOT CO.,
Suite 624. N. Y. Life Bldg.,
'Phone Red l'.W9. Open evenings.
(I9l M91" 18
We have several of these modern, choice
homes well located; glad to show them.
2215 GEORGIA AVE.
Eight rooms, parlor, sitting room, dining
room, den and large kitchen; four bed
rooms on second floor; all modern: fine
condition; shade, fruit, raved street. on
car Ime; lot 40x150; only 83.400. This Is
the biggest snap on Georgia Ave. today.
Payne, Bostwick & Co.
Main Floor N. Y. Ufe Bldg.
Apartment Home Site
Fronting three streets. Just off Farnam
on 27th, 210 ft. front, $50 a foot.
Harrison & Morton,
: Owner Says Sell
.. New 7-room, all modern house, reception
hall, parlor, -dining room, den and kitchen
on let. floor; 3 bedrooms and bath on 2d
floor, full cemented cellar, fine furnace,
laundry, vegetable cellar, etc., barn, cement
walks, paved street, east front, all fine
homes surrounding, and elegant location,
close to car lines, churches, etc.. and within
walking distance. Price reduced to $4,500.
Birkett & Tebbens,
423 Bee Bldg.
'Phones: Doug. 4754. A. 1754.
5 ACRES IMPROVED
WEST DODGE STREET
New 8-room bungalow, strictly all mod
ern, good barn, 150 assorted fruit treea, 2
years old: 26 10-year-old apple and cherry
treea: other small fruit: choice location;
mile from Dodge macadam road. Haa
own water works system In the house from
windmill; will take new 6 or 7-room houae
In good location in trada
HASTINGS & HEYDEN. 1614 Harney St
Near Farnam and 27th, $1,500. Elegant
building alts, close In.
Harrison & Morton,
LAFAYETTE AVE. HOME,
4107 lfayette Ave.. 8 rooms, oak finish,
mantel snd grate, ail modern, ijaved
street, one block to car. only $3,800.
T" T"l , -i -
1, DOStWlCk & CO.
Sola Agenta. Main Floor N. Y. Life Bldg
Near n. w. corner Hanscom park; 7
rooma. thoroughly modern, full lot; fine
location; owner leaving city and wanta to
W. T. GRAHAM, Bee Bldg. Phone D1633
IF YOU HAVE
City property, farma. ranch lands or mer
chandlae to aell or trade, list them with
me. It costs you nothing unless I effect a
sals. W. W. Mitchell, 331 Bd. Td. bldg.
BOULEVARD HOUSE. 2248 North 19th Bt
S rooms, modern, only $2,600. Thomas
Brennan, room 1 Naw York Lifa Bldg.
BUY OF OWNER
One whole hlock. heavily timbered. rilit
on car line, all apecials paid, the most
beautiful place for a fine residence in
Omaha. Call at 4915 Military Ave and
let me show you this property.
(19) ft 13x
NEW. 7 rooms, very choice, Bemla F-uk
district. C M. Rich. iJD N. y. Life.
D 3023. A J233. (19I-MW0
HOMES LV BENSON Psrt cash: bslance
same aa rent. W. E. Yarton, 22 S Or
phanage Ave., Benson. Tel Benson 681.
(19) M 799 AJU
LIST your property with Chris Boyer, ld
and Cuming Sta 19) 622
ROOM modern cottage, on car line and
within walking distance: hot water h.at.
bath, electric lights: bargain; will tak
. part cash and balance monthly payments
Call Sundsy or after 8 p. m. during week.
2o2j avenpnrt. Phone ouglaa 4 187.
19. 311 14x
NEW COTTAdK . ROOMS
Corner lot, 27th and Burdetts Sta.. mod
ern exce). t furnace. $2.1i0.
W. T. GRAHAM. 604 Bes. Rlda
ARM AND HANOI 8.AXD FOR 8 4 LB
FARM AND FRL'IT LAND.
Denver-Greeley diatrict, under Irrigation;
sugar beeta. alfalfa, general farming and
fruit ralalng; low rrlce. easy payment a.
National Investment Co.. 62 Bran.l-U
Bldg.. t.maha. Tel. Ikiuvlaa K1. 30j 667
THE DENVER COt'NTRT.
Irrigated landa In the vicinity of Denver
and elaewhere In Colorado. Wm. A. Hig
glns. Box 43. Omaha, and the undersigned
ploneerd Injhe High Lin I.lne and Antero
reservoir In the Omaha territory last year
and wo atill have aome of the rholeeat
pieces of land under that ayatctn of pio
neer prices Joseph Powell A. Co.. 231-3
Corotindo Bldg., Denver. Colo. (20)
HAVE four choice Missouri fatms in ex
cellent neighborhood, within 25 miles of
Kansiia City; prices low. Kellv S, Kellv,
Topeka, Kan. (3)-M!)in 17x'
ATTENTION. LAND SEEKERS'
4 acrea. s real snap; 8oo acrea nlfalfa
land, auhject to Irrigation no expenae for
sura water; black loam soil; three mlba of
Champion and nine miles of Imperial.
Chase county, Nebraska, In a corn and
hog country; acres cultivated; good
well, windmill and lank. Inexhaustible sup
ply of fresh water at 10 to 20 feet; new
buildings; 4-room house, barn for ten
horsea. Price, 8.1S per acre, a bargain,
worth more money; reasonable terms
Write or aee L. W. Tulleva A Son. 10? Main
St., Second Floor. Council Bluffs, la.
Every Day is
46.) acrea In Brown cnontv within f.ve
mlle of riiilroa.i station; 120 acrea In cul
tivation. 10 acrea timber, 6 acres bearing
young orchard, balance in hay and pasture;
6 room houae. large barn, granary, two
torncrlha. wells with windmills and tanks;
land la all fenced and croaa-fenced. Price,
120 per acre on terms covering five yc.ira;
part payment can be made In Income prop
erty. There la no sand on this place.
J. A. LANGAN & SON,
Douglas lf.69. 706 N. Y. Life Bldg.
(U WU J5
A FINE RANCH PROPOSITION.
6.000 acres, whole or part, on the French
man river, plenty of water, Chase county,
Nebraska, seventeen miles of lmpcri:il, In
a hog and corn country; good crops; 4.omi
seres, good, level farm land, balance roll
ing grazing land; 260 acres cultivated. 30
acres In alfalfa last year, 10 acres grove,
15 acres hog tight; 3.410 acres fenced In
several paaturea. 10 acres spring water
lake, stocked with fish: 6-rooni house in
good condition, large, new barn: hog houae.
cow shed, chicken house: orl.-n iur nulck
sale, $20 per acre, one-third cash, balance
easy terms; will take Nebraska or Iowa
farm as part payment. Write L. W. Tul
leya Son. 102 Main St., Second Floor,
Council Bluffs, la. (:0 M912 14x
CUSTER COI'NTY SNAP.
Orcson owner of this 040-acro Improved
farm muat sell, S5 per rent tillable, good
soil. Price. $10,000. Terms. Call or write
ua about this fine section.
KEL.L.EY INVESTMENT CO.,
220-6 Neville Bldg.
FOR SALE, cheap, improved quarter North
Dukota. 4 miles from Sherwood, In fa
mous Mouse river loop. J. W. Crandall,
care l-ogan in tel. Sherwood. N. l.
TUESDAY. April 2V.a'
A very low round trip and one-way rate to
Nowata. We want IX for special citr.
Land $10 to $25 per acre; 4.SO0 oil wolla In
Nowata county. No better Investment on
the face of the earth. Ask Missouri Pa
cific Railroad agent for rates. Nowata
Land and Ix.t Co.. Suite 624 N. Y. Life
Bldg., Omaha, Neb. 'Phone Red 1WJ.
Open evenings. (20) M991 19
FORTUNES IN FRUIT LANDS
Arcadia Is a lO.OOO-acre tract of the fineat
orchard lands In the northwest, located In
Spokane and Stevens counties, Washington.
A great Irrigation canal haa heen built
through the tract and the land Is being
planted to apple trees. Arcadia will be
operated as a great commercial orchard
the largest In the world. As soon aa the
trees como to bearing the land will be
worth from $1,000 to $3,000 an acre and the
fruit yield will bo from $200 to $1,500 an
acre. The company Is capitalized on the
basis of $l.otO per acre. Two-fifths of the
stock Is preferred, isaued In shares of $100
each, bearing 4 per, cent Interest and shar
ing with the common stock in all the prof
its of the company. The preferred stock
may also be exchanged for land at any
time. A limited amount of preferred
stock Is offered to the public at $50 a share.
The Investment Is based on real estate and
la absolutely safe; profits based on fruit
yield made certain by Irrigation. Large
prospectus free upon application.
Large illustrated prosjiectus free upon
ARCADIA ORCHARDS COMPANY.
R. 620 Hyde Blk., Spokane. Wash., U. S. A.
If you have a homestead right and want
to uae it you will do well to call or write
to rutm 44 Paxton Hotel, Omaha.
good for 3a) acres in Canadian noith
at. 8X50 each if taken Immediately: a.
today, as the price will soon by $1,000
each. Send cash to Royal Bank of Can
ada. Reglna; wire A. T. Brook, Box 91,
Kt-glna, Saskatchewan, Canada.
(2) M9)2 14x
REAL ESTATE LOANS
V ANTED City loana. Pettrs Trust Co.
SECOND MORTOAOE loans negotiated.
Apply Room 417-1S First Nat l Bank Bldg.
Bell 'phone iJouglas 2318. (22) J
WANTED City loans and narranls. W
Farnsm Smith it Co., i3.u Farnam St.
If you need a reasonable loan on well Im
proved Omaha real estate, I can enter
tain your application, at 6 or 54 per cent
Interest, according to location or grade of
property; no delay, and privilege la given
for repayment before maturity.
I. Slbbemsen, 208 Old Boaton Store Bids.
j (22)-M47 AI7
PRIVATE money to loan.
618 Brandels Bldg.
J. H. Sherwood. I
(22 631 J
LOWEST RATES Benils. Brandela Bldg
Bivk:n oriOTortrLr jl v? v
Private money ; K to $3 OtXV low rata I
mvaie money. 10 w.ouo. 'or!-
$100 TO $10.0.0 made promptly. F. D. Wead.
Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam. '22) -628
FIVE PER CENT MONEY
te loan on
Omaha Business Property.
Room 1. New York Life Bldg.
500 TO 85.000 on homes In Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Estate Co., loul N. Y. Life. Doug,
or A-2162. 22)-6I7
MONEY TO BUILD.
$5. to ;.-'.( at current rates.
W. H. THOMAS, sut First Nat I Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
1600 to 8W.0OO. lowest rates, no delay.
0rvln Bros . 104 Farnam. (!2 W
MONET TO LOAN-Payna Investment Co.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE Bl YERfl for s 5-room house, a
H-rnom house and a couple of vacant lota
NOWATA LAND AND LOT COMPANY.
Bulte 2 N. Y. Life ltldg.. Omaha.
"Phone Red IM. Open Evenlnga.
NEW furnaces, hot water and hot sir com
bination heating, 2 and 4-hole laundry
hot water heaters, mantle gratea, gas
stoves repslred. water fronts and flower
vases. Omatta Stove Repair worka, 1208.
12 Douglas St. 'Paionea Ind. A-321;
Bell, Douglas 0. $49
WANTED TO BUY
HIGHEST prlcrs for secondhand furniture,
carpets, clothes and shot a. Tel. Doug. SS7L
BEST price paid for secondhand furniture,
carpets, stoves, clothing, shoes. Tel. Doug,
The Practical Auctioneer. 8a N. Y. Life.
HIGHEST price paid for young calves;
will call for them. Address W 80K, care
Bee; (261-M7 13x
WANTED To rent large 8-room strictly
modern house in Hanscom Park or Far
nam district. Phone Harney 8739.
YOl'NQ ATTORNEY wants position with
established law firm. Well educated. C
276. caro Bee. (27) MS66 18x
WANTED Position by fine penman who
can furafsh references. Address N-319,
csre Bee. (27) M9S0 1x
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Anna L. Selss and husband to Anna
Oliver, part lot 2, block 5, Kountxe
4th add $ 1,650
Angela W. Burkley and husband to
Frank J. Burkley, lot 2. block 9.
West End 1
Belle McCulloch to Joseph Kurtz, lot
9. block 5, Boyd's add 325
W. H. Smiley and wife to Oscar A.
Carlson, el, lot 16. and wV lot 17,
block 1. Denlse s add
Frank L. Armstrong and wife to J.
B. Bone, e:8 feet of w R4 foot, lots
1 and 2. block 6. Kltkwood add 1
Cary K. Mains and wife to Lucy I.
Aahburn, lots 12 and 13. block 6.
Albright Annex 800
Mellora W. Fairfield and husband to
Charles F. Haatlngs, lots 2, 3, 4, 5,
block 3. Sulphur Springs 3,100
Crelsh Sons & Co. to Nevada I. Dcch,
lot 35. Oak Hill No. 1 100
Nellie M. Ryerson and husband to
tlm Byron Reed Co., w50 feet of eH0
feet of a4 lot 7, block 5, Orchard
United Real Estate and Trust Co.
to Alexander Morrison, lot 4, block
35. Kountxe Place 700
United States to FranclH M. Baugh,
n'4 seV4 and sei4 set, 30-16-12
James H. Adams to Janet A. Carnaby
lots 11 to 20, Baltimore Park 10
M. W. Klrkendall and wife to Wllke
& Mitchell, lot 14, block 7. Lincoln
Hugh McCaffrey and wife to Nancy
Conley Interest In aV4 lot 6, block
62, South Omaha 1
John Rybln to Mary Rybin, lota 13 and
14. Potter & Cobb's 2d 3,000
Arnold C. Koenlg to Margaret W.
Koenig. lot 4. block 24, Carthage.... 1
May Boyer and husband to William
Salllsbury, eo feet of north 128 feet
of lot 8. block 111, Dundee Place 100
H. D. Pollard and wife to Claire D.
Montmorency, lot 4, block 5, Rose
John A. Crelghton Real Estate and
Trust company to D. V. Sholea com
pany, lot 4, block 10, Crelghton's 1st
Ernest Stenger and wife to Nellie M.
Ryeraon, eloo feet of sVfc lot 7, block
6, Orchard Hill 1
Caleb J. Camp to Mathllde Peters,
lot 15, block 5. Brown Park l.aio
John F. Sturgeon and wife to Ed
ward M. Slater, part lot 3, block 21,
Barker company to John G. Arthur,
lot 22. block 14, Orchard Hill 1
Andrew C. Busk and wife to Angele
M. Norton, lot 4, block 2, Isaac A
Seidell's add 10,000
John G. Arthur to Barker company,
lot 23. block 14. Orchard Hill . 60
Kate B. Curtis and husband to B. J.
Scannell, lot 4, block 2, Fred Del
lone's add 350
If. A. Weaterfleld and wife to Mary
V. Grant, lot 15, and sV4 lot 16,
Rees Place 6.000
luiuiiieniai i rust company to H. A.
Westerfleld, same 1,812
John W. Lynn to John C. Wharton,
21. block 2. aYtea & Hempel's add.. 2,000
Charles P. White and wife to J. W.
lot 21, block 2. Yates & Hem pel s dj 2000
Byron (low and wife to F. R. Getty,
lot 3. block 3, Her add g5o
Clara M. Phillip et al. to C. C. Par-
mcle, 3-10 interest In ne'i swi aw'4
5 -14 -13 : joo
Douglas Security company to 6. ' F.
Nelson, lot 9. block 1, Virginia Place 1,150
W. Stringer to W. Springer, lot 8,
block a, Valley Grove 600
Jennie D. Stow and husband to Anna
Donahue, lot 12, block 12, Weat End 6.500
SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED
at the office of J. C. Simpson, secre
tary, Des Moines, Iowa, for the erection
of a steel construction fireproof grand
stand, to be constructed on the Iowa
Slate Fair Grounds. Bids will be received
on the entire work complete, and also
separately on the steel work, mason work,
grading and plumbing. All bids are to be
in on or befoTe 12 o'clock noon of the 29th
of April, 19i)9, and shall be accompanied
with a certified check of 5 per cent of the
amount of the hid, as a guarantee that
the bidder will enter into contract, If re
quired to do so, snd give a good surety
contract, for She faithful performance of
me same. Approximate estimate of
quantities: (trading. 20,000 yards; brick
woTk. WKiM; cut stone, 1,140 cubic feet;
reinforced concrete floors. 8O.OJ0 cubic
feet; cement walks and curb, 80.000 foet;
steel work. 977 Ions. All work to be com
plete on or before the 14th of August
lft-tf. Plans iri.v te seen at the office of
Secretary Slnmson. or at the office r
I Oliver O. Smith, architect. 300 Youngerman
nioK-. on ana arter April loth.
OFFICE CONSTRU("TIN(l QUARTER
master. Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, April
12, 19UD. Sealed proposals, in triplicate, sub
ject to the usual conditions, will be re
ceived here until 11 a. m., May 10, 1909, and
then opened In the presence of attending
bidders, for the construction of a new brick
atory on Engineers' Barrack, Building No.
45. at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, and for
making the consequent uddiliona to the
heating and electric lighting systems. Full
Information and blank forma of proposals
furnished on application to this office.
Plans and specifications may be seen here,
altio in offices of Chief Quartermasters at
Chit-ago, Omaha and Denver. Depot (Jusr
terinuKtera at Philadelphia and St. Loula,
CJlurlprmasler at I'Alnmhi,. u... .......
Ohio, and Master Builders'
khs City, Missouri. United States reserves
the right to accept or reject any or all
proposals or any part thereof. Envelopes
to he endorsed "Proposala Construction
i, nm . pun) r.n r.ngineers Harrack
nd a,ld'--'"' Csptaln William D. Davis,
guartermanter. A 12-1.1-14-15 Mb-9
Omaha Nebraska Anr I lo im2 Jhi
" , . ",.f . p r". ; 'i
liere and by Quartermaster at the post
uameu nemo, mini m a. m., central stand
ard time. May 10, 199. fur furnishing oats,
hay and strsw during the period from
June 1 to June 30, lftol, at Fort D. A.
Russell, Wyoming. Proposals for dellvtry
at other places will not be entertained
United States reserves tile right to reject
or accept sny or all proposals or any part
thereof. Information furnished on applica
tion here or to Quartermaster at atation
named. Envelopes containing proposals
should be marked "Proposals for Forage,"
and addreeeed to Major D. K. MCCARTHY.
C. Q M A18-14-16M6-7-1.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTERS OFTICE
Orrvaha. Nebraska. Marrh 16. 1. Seated
pmposala. In triplicate, will be received
here snd hy quartermasters at the post
earned herein, until 10 a nv. central eisn
dard time. April 16. 1909. for furnishing
wood, coal and charcoal during the fl.'ul
year endlnaj June so. 1910. at Omaha quar
termaster Depot. Forts Crook, Omaha and
Robinson, Nebraska; Forts Leavenworth
and Riley. Kansas; Forts D. A. Rusnell
snd Mackensie, Wyoming; Fort DcS Moines,
Iowa, and Fort Meade, South Dakota
Proposals for delivery at other places will
not be entertained. The United Stales re
serves the right to reject or accept any or
all proposals or sny part thereof. Informa
tion furnished on application here, or to
quartermasters st the stations named En
velopes containing proposals hould be
marked "Proposals for Furl," and ad
dressed to MAJOR D. E. MCCARTHY, C.
Q. M. Meh15-16-17-Apl2-13-14
V N ION iTATIOli 10TH AND MA SO
. 8:56 am 1.40 pm
.a tAO pm a 6 00 pm
.a 4:10 pm a 6 00 pm
Overlnd Limited ...
Colorado Express ...
I.OS Angeles Limited.
.a j. - do pm a w pm
a :a am a 6 4ft pin
China and Japan Mail, .a 4:00 pm a 6:45 pm
North Platte Local a 8:16 am a 4'45 pm
Colo. Chicago Special... al2:10 am a 7:06 am
Local .' bl2:40 pm b 1:40 pm
Valley Local (motor,
via Lane Cut-Off ).... al0:00 sm a 2:45 pm
Local passengers not carried on trains
Nos. 1 snd t.
Chlraso, Hock Islnnsl Pacific
Chlosgo Llmlts-i a 1:00 am all oj pm
Iowa Local a 7:00 am a 4:80 pm
Rocky Mountain Ltd. ...a 3:00 am alLutpm
Dea Moines Eastern.. a 7:00 am a 4:30 pro
Des Moines Passenger. .a 4:00 pm al2:S0 pm
Iowa Local r. bll.00 sm b 9:66 pm
Chicago (Esstern Ex.).. a 4:40 pm a 1:10 pm
Chicago Flyer a 6:28 pm a 8:25 am
Rocky Mountain Ltd....all:16 pm a ! 60 pm
Colo. A. Cal. Express. ...a 1:20 pm a 4:30 pm
Okl. at Texas Express.. a 4:40 pra a 1:15 pm
Chicago, Mllwankee St. "rial
Chicago & Colo. Special. a 7:2i am all 60 Dm
Cal. Oregon Express. a 60 pm a $ 26 pm
Overland IJmlted a 8:58 pm a 6 30 am
Perry Local b 6:16 pm bll:26 am
ChleaaTo Great 'Western
St. Paul-Minneapolis.... 8:30 pm T 80 am
St. Paul-Minneapolis.... 7:30 sm 11:36 pm
Chicago Limited 6:05 pm 8 2? am
Chicago Expreaa 7:30 am 11:35 pin
ChU ago express 1:10 pra tM L
Chlcaajo A Northwestern
Chicago Daylight a 7:26 am all 48 pm
Twin City Express a 7:46 am al0:20 pro
Chicago Local all:30am a 1:28 pm
Sioux City Local a 1:45 pm all:) sin
Chlcsgo Local a 4:30 pm a 8:36 pm
Chloago Special a 6:00 pm a 8:23 am
Minnesota-Dakota Ex. .a 6:46 pm a 9 30 am
Fast Mall a 8:35 pm
Twin City Limited a 9:00 pm a 1:00 am
Los Angeles Limited. ...a 9:00 pm al2 36 pm
Overlsnd Limited al0:0 pm a 1:21 am
Nebraska and Wyoming Division
Norfolk-Brtnesteel a 7:40 am a 6-sn n
Lincoln-Long line a 7:40 sm al0:85 am
Dead wood- Lincoln
3:00 Dm a 5:20 nm
...a 8:tt- pm a 6:20 pm
...b 6:20 pm b 1 66 pm
...b 3:00 pm b 6:20 pm
K C. St St. L. Express. .a 9:00 nm a 7m .
K. C. & St. L. Express.. a, l it pm a 6 60 pm
St. Louis Express a 6:30 pm a 9 28 am
St. lxiuls Local (from
Council Bluffs a 8.-00 am sll:16 nm
Stanberry Local (from p
council Blurts) b 6:00 pm bl0:lt am
Chicago Express a 7:16 am a 1:46 pm
Chicago Limited a :0O pm a 8:30 am
Mlnn.-8t. Paul Expresa.b 7:16 am
Minn. -St. Paul Limited. a 6:00 ijtn 8 sn
Omaha-Ft, Dodge L'cal.a 4:16 pm all:30 am
BURtilNGTON 8TA lOTH A MASON
Denver tk California. ...a 4:10 pm a 3:46 pm
Northwest Special a 4:10 pm a 8:45 pm
Black Hills a 4:10 pm a 6:10 pm
Northwest Express ,...al2:15 am a 9:08 am
Nebraaka polnta ........a 8:45 am a 6:10 pm
Lincoln Fast Mall h 1:20 pm al2:ll pm
Nebraska Express a 9:16 am a 6:l6 pm
Lincoln Local b 9:08 am
Lincoln Ixcal a 7:60 pm
ncnuyier-i-iaitsmoutn ..D 8:06 pra b!0:20 am
Chicago Flyer ,
b 1:05 nm
...b 9:18 sm
..cl2:36 pm c 2:40 pm
...a 4:10 pm a 7:06 am
..a 7:26 am 811:45 pm
. .a i:M pm a 3:66 pm
..a 6:30 pm a 8:80 am
...a 9:15 am all:S0am
St. Louis Express a 4:40 pm all :30 am
Kansas City & St. Joe..al0:45 pm a 6:30 am
Kansas City & St. Joe. a 9:15 am a 6:10 pin
Kansas City & St. Joe . a 4:40 pm
WEBSTER 8TA 1BTH at WEBSTER
Chicago, St. Panl, Minneapolis
Twin City Passenger. . .b 6:30 sm b 9:20 pm
Sioux City Passenger... b 2:00 pm bll :65 am
Slcux City Local e 8:46 am c 6:20 pm
Enlerson 1-nrnl . h t:hh nm h 1IA . I
Auburn Local b 1 60 pm bll 30 am !
a Daily, b Dally except Sunday, o 6uti-
day only, d Dally except Saturaay-
UbtAN STEAMSHIPS t
! TBAJf XOVM SATS AT HA.
Weakly sums' katwsan Montreal, Queb..
and Liverpool. M "
Two daya on the beautiful St. Lawrenr.
river and the shortest ocean routs to Eu.
Nothing1 setter on the Atlantic than our
Empresses. Wireless on all steamers.
First class, 990 s aecond, S0; one elaaa
Ask your ticket agent, or write tor sail
ings, rates snd booklet.
O. X. BUM JAZCOr. O. A,
Russian American Line
1ST CLASS, 7 SO upwards
2IJ CLASS. 147.60
1ST ( LASS, tK.it upward!
2D CLASS IVT Ul
Nsw Twin 8,-r.w lO.OOO Ton 8. 8. R18SIA. Mlllns
trom New York April 14, juns I and July 17
A. B. JOHNSON CO.. 27 Broadway. N Y.
Snow Stops Train
on Moffat Road
Drift Twenty Feet Deep Holdi Sev.
enty-Fiye Pasienger, Prisoner!
on Weit Slope.
DENVER, Colo., April li.-Bloc ksd.-d in
the middle of April by snow drifts that are
too deep and too long even for big rotary
pows sufficiently to buck, the eastliound
passenger trsin on the Denver Northwest
ern A Pacific rallrcad, known as the Mof
fat road, t.aa tied up at Earl, on the west
side of the contlnenlaJ divide. The train,
with lis seventy-five passengers, was
blockaded yesterday at Corona, on the
summit of the divide, where a howling
blizzard bid fair for a time to keep It tied
up for several days, but the train Dually
managed to get ba.-k to Earl, where
provisions are plentiful.
Two big rotarlcs have failed to muke an
Impression on the big drift which is packed
almost ss solid aa ice and la twenty feet l:i
depth, and today big gangs of laborers arc
attacking It with shovels. Officials of the
road say traffic will bo open before night.
Weds Girl to Make Her Hrlreaa.
WICHITA. Kan.. April 13. (Jeorgo Har
mon, aged 76 years, and Mrs. Oracs Daw
son, aged 22 yeara, were married 1,,-ra i...
day. Mr. Harmon la a wealthy widower.
Mra. Dawson s husbsnd h is known her
since babyhood. He declares he la marrv.
ing her to legalise the disposal of his
wealth aa he wants her lo get it without
possible tangle or technicality Intervening.
FIGHT TO FORCE HYMEN VOW
Father Insists on Children Being
Seared in Catholic Faith.
COURT CONTEST FOR CUSTODY
John r'reairr anal MJa Former Spnnse,
M?a. Mattle M. Marker, Con
tend for Possession of
One reason why Mrs. Matlle M... MarKsy
and her former husband. John . Frenjer.
are fighting so bitterly In .court over the
custody of their children came out in a
do. ument filed by UrenEw. Tuesday morn
'ng In district court. It Is. what religion
the children shsll be reared in. v 4
When Mrs. Frenxer and her husband
were divorced he- secured the custody , of
the two boys and she of the ttlrl, who ds
the youngest of the' threo. Since then stis
hss filed a motion ask hi a: the d.Tea
chnnged so as to give her the custody of
the younger boy, Arthur. ' His .brother,
Clarenre. 11 years pf age, has petitioned
the county court to ppminato his, mopier
as his gunrdlan. Mrs.. Mackey , Is repre
sented by J. M. Macfarlaud. . . . . ..
Frenxer Tuesday filed lils answer, to her
motion through his attorney. W. ' J ..Thomp
son. The petition ssys that Frenxer Is
member and communicant of the Roman
Catholic church, ."and prlof to the niarrlag
of plaintiff to, this defendant she berime
r.nd was a member snd communicant her:
self, and that sad marriage was t-rtn
summated with the understanding .rthd
agreement that the Issue of such fnarrla4
should be brought "up and "raised' In such
religious faith; that plaintiff herein lias
wholly disregarded her obligation In ibis
matter and Is bringing up Esther M. Fren
xer cither without any religious . tralnlns;
whatever or In some faith other than-tbs
Roman Catholic." -.-
Dislikes Ilia Saceessorv
That Frcnzer Is disposed to look with no
grest amity upon his successor. as ."Mrs.
Mackey's husband, namely Herbert Hiram
B. Mackey. Is evident from remarks ffflout
Mackey n succeeding, portions- ttt tije
answer. , '; '.. .
The petition g-oos on to narrate how. after
the divorce tho children visited" back" and
forth "but since tho knowledge of tba
said marrt:ie. to H. B. Mackey, the r.iiimV
ren, the two boys, weref not permitted ; so
frequently to visit tho plaintiff."
After a time there was considerable
trouble over the visits back and lortU tin
aee the parent, with whom the ipartlculnr
child did not live and nt one Mm, 7 so
Frenxer avers, ho a-as playing the hoy s"
visits to their mother 'against the number
of times she let the little girl come " ta jcc. '
Frenzer's answer Includes an attack on
M ikey personally and winds ; up by '.tie-,
daring that his wife does not -really want
tho boys, "that the application of the,
plaintiff Is not In good faith not for'.any
affection, but out of a feeling of spite and
hatred to this defendant."
OMAHA SHRINE WILL DAZZLE
EYES OF LOUISVILLE MEN
Tanaler Temple Patrol Wilt Take.
Part In Grand Parade
Held Jnne S.
The famous patrol of Tangier Temple,
Nobles of thu Mystic Sliripe1( will go to
Louisville June 5 to participate In the Im
perial sessions of, the order, and Join In the
grand parade, which excels all other pa
geants except those of Ak-Sar-Ben.
Ix)u1svllle has been sending out little Jugs
of "Ol' Kentuck," which have been freely
distributed to all parts cr ' tho United
States. Each little portion of the famous
bourbon carries a verse which reads:
Little brown Jug
With mint entwined.
Meet me In Liulsvllle,
Some Omahans have thus agreed, to ba
thers and meet the man who mokes tha
Jugs. A special train has been, chartered .
which will run over the Illinois Central
railway, the official route of the Omaha
Shrtners. In all probability It will be "per
sonally conducted" by Sam North, passen
ger agent of the line In the Omaha dis
trict. . ,
The Illinois Central haa also made a deal
lth the Elks to bring several special
trains tlirouRli Omaha enroute to Loa An-
fol"' Amnn th "Poclal train which Will
s,OD ln 0nlahl1 for several hours will be .
that of the Cincinnati Elks. It Is at the
rcoueet of the C'lnclnnatlana that A stop
be made at Omaha and everything- wjll. lie
,lone to en'ertain the best people on earth.
(in oram, - f
A large number of Elks will pass through. .
Omaha when the grand lodge meets In Los
Angeles, coming over the Illinois' Central.
Northwestern, Milwaukee St. Paul and
other lines, and going out over the Union ,
Pacific. All tickets will be good for a stop
over In Omaha on the return trip, but many
of the trains will arrive at sucb an hour
that It will be neceasary to wait several
hours In Omaha on the outgoing -trip., ...
MAIL CLERKS MEET IN IOWA
Tttoee of the Sixth Division Will
Hold Kesalon at Dea Moines
A meeting of the. railway mail clerks of
the Sixth division will be held In Des
Moines April 27-28. The program contem
plates addresses by Congressman W. W.
Wilson of Chicugo, member of the Moum
committee on postofflc.-s; - Congressman: '
A. T. Hull, Oovenior Carroll, National'
President P. J. Schardt and -National Sec
tetary (X A. Wood of the Railway Mail
A bangut t will be given the visitors st '
the Havery hotel the evening" of A(rll 38
and a theater party tho preceding evening.
DIDN'T SAY ITf SAYS JUDGE
James C. (tnlerlcy. Denies Sarin a: Hie
Father Wonld Desert ties. '
Judge James C. ' Qulgley - of Valentine
deniea an Interview publlshod In one of the '
Omaha dalilcs in which he was made to
say that his father, James II. Qulgley,
would resign from the colonelcy of tho
gc-ci nor'B st iff because . Governor Shal
leiibcrger signed the daylight closing' bill..
"I said nothing of the kind," said Judge
Qulgley, "although I stutod to the reporter,
that my father did not like It because the'
bill was nigned. I insist that I said nothing;
whatever about his resigning."
During the spring every one would be
benefited by taking Foley's Kidney Rem
edy. It furnishes a needed tonlo to- the
kidneys sfter the extra strain of winter,
and It puriflea the blood by etlmulallng
the kidneys, and causing them eliminate
Lie Impurities from It. JFa. ley's Kidney
Remedy Imparts new life and vigor, pleas
ant to tske. Sold by all dr'ie-.Uts'..
When yon bar Gold Medal Flont
bo enro It la Wnahbarn-rrnaby's Gold
Medal Flonr. This la important
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