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THE IJKK: OMAHA. WEDNKSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1WD.
OFFERED FOR SALE
TOl R fnvorlto piano In Just as good n
ohrlltlon b hm new. can be bought
t a right prli o, at
J. MAKSHAM, RM ITU CO.,
JOS houth l&lh Bt.
COAl. by the on. Call Webster s97.
FOll RAVE Two roller top desk nearly
new. Inquire K. w. Baker. Supt.. Bee llldg
'OAT. fuMlo Market Special.
LUALi Heat value In Omaha. J
Partridge-Thompson Co.. 1610 Harney. D. 6Mi
FOR SALE A good, self-adding cash
-glKter; will sell on easy payments. Ad
it ess T-i'l. care Bee.
IF TOtT would consider paying a
inndred and sixty ($1C0) dollar f..r a
standard grade piano, Just as rood a
new, and a guarantee for ten years, with
the privilege of exchanging any time
within one year, from ilnic of purchase.
ttt J. JdAHSHALI. SMITH CO.. COS
outh 18th Kt.
We rebuild and reflnlsh pianos and
nake them Ilk new.
IjAROB olxe. Radiant Home, base humor
ind Old Itellable range. 1514 N. 4"th St.
FOR IMMEPIATK FAT.B. 2 OrtO shares
(or part) of the Nevada-Omaha Mining
Ar M llllnar Co., (Rattle Mt. Ncv.l. at $12:.
per share, carrying jail cash or stock divi
dend to be declared. 8. Hums, Jr., N. Y.
GOOD plnno for practice, $35. Call at
J. MARSHALL VM1TH CO,
SO 8 South 18th St.
HALL'S safes, new, 2d-hand, IMS Farnam
I'HOTO CAR and dandy outfit for isale
Mieap. Write 2611 Blnney St., Omaha.
KINDLING WOOP-I1.60 a load. You fur
nish wagon. Call 29th and H street, South
IOHNSON JNST.. 418 K. Y. L. Tel. D. 1664.
Or. Kathryn Nicholas. Un N. Y. L. Uldg.
i. O. HA RNl'JLL. Jfaxton Blk. Tel. Red 7U7.
tlUr-t'SiAN, 118 Neville Bids. Book freo.
i '(vr Andover, Egg. Lump, 16.60. R. H.
yKJiU jiorehouaa Co, W. 1106, B.J244.
I WMtTTf! trtmnit. Mme. Smith,
MvurnriiAvj S2! s. Mtn Bt.. thlrd f0or
JOHN CANE Is In town. Now Is the
Mine to trim trees, trellises, grape vines.
cl. lied V704, Ind. A-64. Red b&. Uli
burning St.. 1101 8. t&th Ave.
'vi;MQ Your corn comes out or your
vlviiO quarter comes back when you
jsc Corn Jelly, Haines Drug Co., 1610 Far.
Vf A (I WrrTf' treatment. Mme. Smith,
MiiUiNXj i.X.j blt 8. 16th St., third floor
JAMES RUBY can get Insurance money
by writing John or Charley.
PK1VATU HOMK during confinement;
cables for adoption. Good Samaritan Saul
lorium, 710 lt Ave., Council Bluffs, la.
WE RENT and repair all makes of sew
i I machines. 'Phones, Ind., A-ltWJ, Doug.
Neb. Cycle Co., corner luth and Hai-
STRICTLY private home for confine
Tients; excellent care; babies adopted;
.i allied nurse. ls Davenport
W'tlCand toupees for men. GRIFFITH,
W-lVJOia and 14 J. RENZKR BLK.
THE fiimous Velvetlna Toilet Good. For
nle by all druggists or phone Douglas 6603.
A IIOMK for women during confinement.
We find homes for babies where mothers
cannot care for them. Babies bourded.
For terms address Mrs. Martha A. Lee, 401
Uancrott til., Omaha, Neb. 1'hone Doug
TUN SALVATION ARMY solicits caatoff
loihlng; iti fa.'t, anylhing you do not need.
u collect, repair mid sell at 134 N. Uth
t-t.. for cost of collection to the worthy
p o.' Call ir'ione Douglas 4 US and wagon
w 111 call.
Private confinement home. Mrs. Dr. King,
D-'4 N. th. Tel., Web. 2&09. Ind. H Ivu
A NEW BOOK, the "Underworld Sewer,"
by Josle Wushburn; price. 1.6U. Sold by
Swans & McKelvey. IW H. lath St., between
Douglas and Dodge.
Arlene de Voy. Manicuring and massage.
-1 r luth bU Flat a. mono D. 7686.
DR. EOGKRS' private confinement home,
lilft Marina St. D. 32t.
SUPERFLUOUS hair, warts and moles
permanently removed by electricity; con
sultation free and confidential; all work
guaranteed. Miss Alltsnder, 624 Bee Bldg.
MASSAGB AND BATHS.
R-SOS, Old Boston Store Bldg., 4th floor.
l'JO So. 16th St. Stairway on Douglas St.
MM E. ALLEN of Chicago, salt glow,
l.gnetlo and massage treatments, 2U7 N.
J 1 h Bt.
Mnsnue Suits ' rent ' lieben s,
im usque out is Mlt Howard. d. 4US.
OMAHA Stammerers' Ins.. Ramge Bldg.
Screenings. tl.&0 100 lbs. Wagner. 801 N. 16th.
M. B. TURKEYS for sale; eggs In season.
Mrs. W. ft. ."renton. .North Loup, Neb.
TO make room, Rosa Comb White Leg
horn yearling hena or pullets at f 10 per
doa. while they last. Mrs. F. C. Tatro,
Geneva, Neb. K. No. I.
Use U-NEED-A Poultry Tomo for 60
days; If your egg Increase does not twice
pay for your Ionia yjur money will be re
funded. D. E. Johnson Co., Omaha, Neb.
FOR SALE Pekln, Rouen and Muscovy
ducks, gerae, Scotch Collie puppies. Fred
Kucera. Clarksorv Neb.
CXTRA fin single comb Rhode Island
Red cockerels for sale; early hatched. D.
U. Lru bers, Craig, Neb.
PHONE IND. A-1630 for good printing.
Lycgatad printing Co., 16th A Capitol Ave.
Right Way, Wrong Way
WANTED Girl to do general house
work; good wages. Apply this ut
This advertisement ran for at least a week In a big dally,
walch had a circulation of over 40,0uo, without bringing in a
The man who wrote the advertisement was a business man,
and the paper that ran the classified . advertisement had up
with him at that very time the question of display space for his
hubinebs advertising. Naturally the prospect of lauding It was
The advertising manager of the paper called on the man
and was told that he, the business man, had good evidence that
advertising. In that paper at leapt, would not pay him. the
"Help Wanted" ad being cited as evidence.
copy of the advertisement was shown to the newspaper
man, who said he knew what the trouble was and offered to
bet the contract that not one but a dozen replies could be had
through his papers.
The advertisement was rewritten In this fashion:
, WANTED Neat, capabU girl for maid
In family of two; uo mahlng; larse.
sunny, private room and good wagu
Apply XYZ. tills off!-.
Th day following the Insertion of the advertisement twenty-seven
replies were received. The faith of the business man
In advertising was restored and. needless to say, the paper got
the display contract.
RKll. KITATR DEALERS.
IRKED AUSTRACT CO.. Ft- IV; prompt
service, get our prices. 1710 Ftrnata Bt
CANGEBTAD, 404 Ree Bldg. TeL Dl U67.
TATKE INV. CO.. first floor N. T. Life.
BENJAMIN R E. CO.. 477 Brandel Bldg.
RKAL ESTATE TITLE TRUST CO.
CH AS E. WILLIAMSON. President
REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE LOAN'S
E. H. Ambler. 212-20 Barker Blk. D. 7J6.
CITY PROPERTY rol IAI.R.'
:iST AND NICHOLAS,
To close an ertate.
I.ntR". close In corner, with
TAttKS and a
4 APARTMENT FRAME FIAT; present
CAN BE INCREASED.
Outside of the S buildings, the corner Is
Room for four more buildings.
NOUIIIS & MARTIN,
623 Bee Bldg.
aoth and Hlnnev Sts.,
12.800. Easy Terms.
On Dodge and S0th St. car line, diagonally
across from the new Omaha View school
house. HiRh and sightly; r rooms, furnace,
cemented cellar, laundry, electricity, thor
oughly modern and elegant.
433 Ramge Bldg. Roth Phones.
Duplex brick flat. 2R06 and 2.V1S Sherman
Ave, 5 rooms and bath on tnch floor;
hardwood finish, furnace heat, strictly all
modern; built two years ago; east front;
lot 40x100 feet; paving all paid; good loca
tion. Kent, 720 a year.
Duplex flat. 2219 S. 9th St., 5 rooms and
bath on each floor, hard pine finish, on
paved Btreet, puvlng all paid; on car line,
close to Hanscom park. Only takes 12.6S0
cash to handle this.
617-19 S 19'.h St , close In, down town,
double brick flat; has 7 rooms on each
side, strictly all modern; only a few blocks
from the retail district. This property will
surely advance in price quickly Rent,
l.O80 a year. '
Hastings & ileyden,
1G14 Harney St.
Sixth and Homer 90x130 $123.
$5 cash, V monthly.
4.1U and Pinkney 100x128 $2TjO.
10 cash, $5 monthly.
Free Abstract Warranty Deed.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
First Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.
Tel.: Douglas 1781; "A" 1188.
BRAND NEW HOME
Five rooms, combination fixtures, bath,
furnace; well built, on car line, 3706 Anus
Ave. $2,350 $500 down, balance as rent.
SIX ROOMS, BRAND NEW
Strictly modern, large lot, paved street,
near car. Small amount cash, balance
VERY EASY TERMS
NOWATA LAND A LOT CO..
Suite 64 New York Life BldK.
Brand New Cottage
Not quite completed, but ready for In
spection; five rooms and bath; also fur
nace If desired; big attic; splendid ar
rangement of rooms; cemented basement;
good plumbing and lighting fixtures; lot
44x128. Within a block of carline and stores.
Located In Clifton Hill. Price $2. W0. Small
payment down; balance practically like
Six rooms and bath; thoroughly modern;
large bedrooms; full basement; nice east
front lot; splendid neighborhood. Price
$.1.2.70; $.'i"i0 down and reasonable monthly
payments for balance. Buy It and stop pay
SHIMER & CHASE CO.,
309 S. 17th St Opposite Court House.
CHEAP LOT CREIGHTON
$1,000, lot 60x140, on paved street, sur
rounded by new homes; nothing better.
GALLAGHER & NELSON,
4a0 Brandels Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
FOR SALE Ijirge s-r. house; bath, gas,
barn, heating stove range with boner at
tached. All for $2,000. 2111 Grant.
TWO FINE CORNER LOTS
Mx1S2 feet each, one an east front, water
sewer and near car line.
if 500 EASY TERMS
NOWATA LAND & LOT CO..
Suite 624 New York Life Bldj.
FOR qirtck returns list your real estate
for vale and exchange with me; no sale
no pay. W. W. Mitchell. Board of Trad
Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Duplex brick flat, 2618-20 Woolworth
Ave.; h rooms and bath on each floor, hard
pine finish, furnace heat, strictly all mod
ern; built about three years; south front
lot, 40x100; paving all paid; good locatiu-n.
Rent, )iU0 a year.
CITY PHorF.RTY FOR AI.F.
2704 Chicago, corner lot B"x76. paved street,
paving ail paid for, cement sidewalks, par
lor, reception hr.ll. rilr Ing room and kitchen
on first floor; finished In oak; upstairs
contains tlite lare bedrooms and bath;
modern plumbing, gas and electric llirht
combination fixtures. excellent furnace;
fully cemented cellar; all ready for occii
fancy. Price reduced from 4 i0 to M.OUO
for immediate sale; fw caah, balance a
trifle more than rent.
2(.S CI.io.ig), lot .tOxTS, paved street with
paving all paid for. permanent sidewalks,
living room und kitchen on first floor,
finished In oak; three bedrooms and bath
upstairs; cellar fully cemented: excellent
plumbing; furnace, gas and electric light
combination fixtures, all readv for occu-
. pancy. Price reduced from xi.imi to H.w
f .1 ,1. w . . 1. . 1. .. . .1.1
n .i-v .tii-ii, iii&ijtiiee in inuilllliy
payments a trifle more than rent.
These houses are located within walking
distance of the center of the city a few
blocks from high school, close to CrelKh
ton unlrslty and In an excellent locality.
They are desirable In every way.
C G, Carlberg,
Ull N. Y. Life Bids.
$5,000 cash and $4,000 at 5 per cent, long
time, will buy one of best located rental
properties in Omaha. Always rented; its
location insures prompt paying tenants.
PAYS $1,332 ANNUALLY
NOWATA LAND & LOT CO.,
Buiie 624 New York Life Bldg.
150S SPENCER STREET
6-room home. The reception hall, parlor,
dining room and stairway ur fin.hid n.
oak. The kitchen, 3 bed rooms and bath
room finti-hed In hard pine. The local on
is very desirable, being a larse sotitn front
jO-ft. lot, with cement walks all around
the house and In front.
HASTINGS & libit DUN, 1614 Harney St.
I. UA.NT an offer on lot 2. block 10. origi
nal plat of the city of Omaha, with two
houses, lu and Mil California street Lou
Now York Life Hundlng.
2W7-ifl PACIFIC, 9-room bricks, strictly
modern, excellent condition, $40.
BENSON & MYERS CO.,
Phone Douglas 746. 412 N. Y. Life Bldg.
. , . m REAL ESTATE
FARM AMI .i,.Cii '. V.L FOH BALK
FOR SALE 13 acres Improved Nprchard
and alfalfa, 4 acres pasture; persondl prop
erty, Including 600 liens; Income. $2,200 per
year. Price, $4,000. Town 2V4 miles. C. E.
Skinner, Chico. Cal.
WE are making homes for a million peo
ple on the greatest Irrigated tract In Cali
fornia. Our new booklet "California No .v
or Never." the finest California book ever
printed, 10c. Easy payieants. See our big
exhibit at Chicago's great land show, Nov.
20 to Dec. 4. We want un army of "Live
ones" with us to build this greatest new
community. Organize a colony. Write
today for free Information. H. L. Ilolliwter,
206 La Halle St., Chicago.
FINE FARMING LAND IN
will raise large crops of corn and small
grain; corn, 20 to 40 bu.; wheat and oats,
20 to Co bu. per acre this year. $10 to $40
per acre. Wrlie us for full particulars.
YUMA COUNTY REAL ESTATE CO.,
820-ACRE homestead; why wait for gov
ernment drawings when you can get a
homestead any day. where you can raise
7 bu. alfalfa seed or 30 bu. of wheat per
acre? The best climate on earth. Act
quick; soon all gone; Irrigated land, deeded
land, homestead and rellnuuishments.
Write to ''The- Hartmean - Realty Co..
Hartman, Colo.' Aug. F. Buck, Manager.
SOUTHEAST Illinois land for sale; terms
reasonable. Write fo particulars. Address
Jeffersonville, Wayne County, Illinois, R.
F. D. 3, Box 43.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 10-acre fruit
ranch In Canon City, Colo.; gond cllmati;
water right unquestionable; well et to all
kinds apples, cherries, plums and small
fruits; good Improvements; ono of the
prettiest places In the Arkansas valley;
furtner information If desired; munt be
seen to be appreciated. Address Leslie W.
Thayer. Victor. Colo.
820 acres of as fine land as lays out of
doors. A well Improved farm only 2H miles
to a live growing town in eastern Ne
braska. For a quick sale we offer It
AT $45 PER ACRE
Worth while to look this up.
NOWATA LAND & LOT CO..
Suite 624 New York Life Bldg.
WHAT'S YOUR BEST CASH OFFER?
For two fino sections of farming land In
Kimball county, Nebr&bka, 6 and 7 miles
noitheast of Kimball, the county Beat
sections 27 and 36, twp 16, range 56. Here
Is a chance to get In right. Address D. F.
Bowman, over 613 West Grand Ave., Des
We have 160.000 acres of choice land to
select from, ranging In price from $o to
$10 per acre. This land la In the oil and
gas district and you might get an oil well
with your land.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO,
Suite 624 New York Life Bldg.
FOR SALE A farm. 611 acres, lnastern
Texas, about 3 miles west of a modern
and prosperous city of 12.000 inhabitants.
1'rlce, $25 per acre. Address Box 3 in, Bos
GOOD level land. $3 an acre In tracts to
suit. On railroad townsite proposition at
acre prices. Owner, H. W. Andrews. Dry
den, Terrell county, Tex.
LANDS, $2.50PER ACRE
Have some very choice timber land loca
tions, accessible to railroads and rivers yet
unapplied for, and must be sold to settlers
for $2 SO per acre In quantities not greater
than 160 acres to any one purchaser. Any
person over 21 years of age can make ap
plication without interefrence with horn -stead
or other government entry rights.
These lands contain mostly cedar and Mr
timber and will average In estimates, s.ooo,
000 to 10.0u0.000 feet per quarter section.
Call or write 413 Karbach Bldg., Omaha
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$."HW to $..000 on homes in Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Estate Co., 10U1 N. Y. Life. Doug or
LOANS to horn owners and home build
ers, with privilege of making partial pay
ments sml-annt.aily. No cuniuilasiou.
W. IL THOMAS.
603 First National bank Bldg.
FIVE PER CENT MONET
to loan on
Omaha business Property
Room 1. New Yolk Life Bldg.
6100 tc llO.OuO made promptly. F. D.""wead.
Wead Bldg.. Uth and Farnam.
MONET TO LOAN-Payr.a Invratin.nt Co
SECOND MORTGAGE loans negotiated.
Apply Rooms 417-Is First National bank
Bldg. Ball phone Douglas 2318.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
WANTED City loans and warranta W
Farnam brultu at Co.. UU Faruato 81
PAYNE. BOSTWICK CO.. N. Y. Ufa.
Private money, 6500 to 65.000; low rata.
LOWfc3T RAT ES Be mis. Brandeia bldg
GARVIN BROS., J1S N. y. Life. ksic to
; uuM ou ln.pl ud prot,t:y. No delay.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$ FARM and city loan; optional pay
ment; no delay I. tt'bbernsen. Om.iha.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
VACANT lots and houses. Have cash
buyers. 411 Karbach Blk. tied S-J07. A-.IY
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR
t, 6 and T-room houses. If pries are right
we can sell your property for you,
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
f ul'e S?4 N. T LUe H'.dg.
$10,000 stock general merchandise.
10-room modern hoist, a corner, two lots,
7-room tiand new house, full lot, east
Want land. rrlce must be right to rej
celve any attention.
This is all choice property, no "trading
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 624 New York Life Bldg.
TRADES. TRADES. TRADES.
Farms, Income, mdse. List with us.
ABBOTT REALTY CO., Brandels Bldg.
A NEW patent of great value and con
venience to automobile owners. Remark
able success, a money maker. Will take good
real estate for state or county oper
ating plant. 7CC N. 16th St.
$S.0OO STOCK of general merchandise,
well located In a good Nebraska town and
doing a good business, for Omaha clear
$.l,.0 stock of hardware and furniture In
Kood Nebraska town doing a $L'0,000 busi
ness, for Omaha modern cottage well lo
cated and about same value.
W. W. MITCHELL,
Board of Trade Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
WANTED TO BUY
EF.ST price paid for second-hand furni
ture, carpets, clothing and shoes. Tel. Doug
SECONDHAND Richardson roller skates.
I. G. Adamson, Ft Dodge. Ia.
HIGHEST prices for furniture, elf.
BELL'S Furn. Stoie, 1106 Dodge. Red S031.
BALTIMORE! 2d-hand store pays b-st
price Jd-band furniture, clothes etc. O. 42SS.
Highest prices for old broken watches,
old gold, etc. M. Nathan, 211 S. 13th.
WANTED A stereoptlcon lantern. Ala
mlto Sanitary Dairy Co.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED at once by party of 3, for 21
or i months suite or furnished rooms
wlih board In private family. Location
must be good. Willing to pay liberally
for satisfactory rooms. Address W-741.
YOUNG lady wants furnished or unfur
nished room and board In Catholic family.
Must be convenient to South Omaha car.
References exchanged. Uuick. Address
M 736. Bee.
LADY with several years' business train
ing desires position selling either In city
or will travel. Al references. Address
W. 607. care Bee.
Coal and Woorl H Morehouse Co..
WANTED By young man, place to work
for board while attending Boyles college.
THE MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
Notice Is hereby given, that a special
meeting of the stockholders of The Mis
souri Pacific Railway Company will be
held at the principal office of said Com
pany, In the Missouri Pacific Building, No.
705 Market Street, In the City of St. Louis,
Missouri, on Tuesday, the 18th day of
January, 1910, at nine o'clock in the fore
noon of that day, to consider and act upon
the following propositions: 1 ' 1 '
(a) To adopt a code of by-laws for the
(b) To ratify, assent to and approve a
certain Indenture of lease bearing date the
U.th day of July, lix9. by and between
Boonvllle, St. Louis A Southern Railway
Company, a corporation of the State of
Missouri, and this Company and authorized
on behalf of this Company at a meeting of
the Board of Directors, held on the 16th
day of August, 1SUU.
(c) To ratify, assent to and approve the
purchase by this Company of the whole or
any part of the railroads and other prop
erly and franchises of all or any of the
following named railroad companies:
Carthago and Western Railway Company,
Joplln and Western Railway Companv, t.
Louis, Oak Hill and Carondelet Railway
Company, Sedalla, Warsaw and South
western Railway Company, The Kansas
City Northwestern Railroad Company, The
Nebraska Southern Railway Company,
Omiiha Belt Railway Companv, Omaha
Southern Railway Company, Puclflc Hall
way Company In Nebraska, The Pueblo
and State Line Railroad Company, and
Kansas and Arkansas Valley Railway.
(d) For the purpose of refunding under
lying mortgage bonds and equipment obli
gations of the Company and for other cor
porate purposes, to consent to, concur In
and authorize an inerea.'c cf the bonded
Indebtedness cf Th? Missouri Pacific Rail
way Company, by the amount of $176,000 flon
by the Issue of Gold Bonds of the Com
pany, limited In the npvregate to the
principal amount of $17r.u0u.0u0 at any one
time outstanding, to bear Interest at a rate
or rates not to exceed five per cent per
annum, payable i ml-unnunlly, and all or
uuy part of such bond.-, as the Board ol
Directors may determine, to be convertible
at the option of the holder!) and registered
owners thereof Into stock of the Railway
Company upon such terns and otherwise
as the Board of Directors may determine;
and to consent to, concur In and authorize
the execution and delivery of a mortgage
and deed of trust on and of the whole or
part of the railroads and other property
and franchises of this Company whether
now owned or hereafter acquired, to secure
such Istue of bonds by this Company, and
to consider and act upon the form and
terms of such mortgage.
(e) To consent to and authorize the pur
chase by this Company from time to time
of not to exceed $2.:,tfio.0u0 par value of the
bonds of the St. Louis. Iron Mountain and
Southern Railway Company.
(f) To ratify the proceedings of the
Board of Dliectors theretofore taken in
and about the matters aforesaid, Including
the authorization of said bonds and mort
gage and deed of trust and the use to be
made of said bonds, and to consider and
act upon such other business as may
properly be tiani-acted at the meeting.
The stock transfer books or (I. Company
will be closed at 3 I. M on the 7th da
of January. 1H10, and will remain closed
until 10 A. M. on the l!tth day of January.
Dated, New York. November 17th, 1'T).
By order of the Board of Directors.
GEORGE J. GOULD. President.
A. H. CALEF, Secretary.
' Nov 18 to Jan IS
CONST KUCTINO QUA RTF RMAST E R S
office, Fort Dts Moines. loa. Novem
ber 20, l'.KO. Sealed proposals, In tripl.es I ,
will be received here until 3 p. m.. stand
ard time. December 2o, l'Os, and then
i pm. d for t.'ie construction of a post
chapel, with plumbing, healing, ele trie
iring and fixtures, at Fort lies Moire.
Iowa. Blank forms, plans, specif i.at oils
and full li formation obtained at tins of
fice. A deposit of So reuuired for cfrawlturs
and specifications; deposit will b refunded)
on return cf drawings here The Unl:ed
States resrres the right to reject or ac- I
cept all proposals or anv part thereof.
Envelopes containing proposals should b-
ii'iiiirwi ri'iininm iir run nai el an'I
addressed Constructing Quartermastei,
Fort Des Moines, Iowa. N24-2J-M D6-J-16.
WKKKLV SAILINGS BETWEEN MONTREAL.
QILUKO AND UVtiiPOOL
Nothing bttr on th Atuntle then our EmsrasMi
WtrclM on ail itMiaiert
C. B Bi.NJAMlN. G. A
XI to. CUrk St.. c met to. III.
T CLASS'S TWELFTH
AHftUAI. CBUI9I T
O THE ORIENl
February ft. 7J days. 4O0 UD including
shore excursions, etc. Cruises sround the
vorld: T. tirs to En rone. Prink a m.-w
iTtiAsa BUj, Maw York. W. S. Bock, 1634
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Maria Engler to T. J llivk. part lots
4 and (. block 1 unarm $
Otto Wlttorff and wife to R D.
W ard., 1.17 acres in net,. 22 -K 12
Omaha Heal Estate Trust Co., to
Hastings Ileyden. lots 7 to 12.
hlock 1, Catalpa p'ace
George Shaw and a Ife to A. J. Mul
liau'en. lot 2. block "F." Saunders
9. A. Dutcher and wife to llasilncs
A- Ileyden, lots 1 to 80, Vernon
Caroline Garrison et al to Maurice
Garrison, lot 4. hlock 6. PlalnvDw..
O. W. (iarloeh and wife to Helga M.
E. SandnaM. part lot 1. block 6.
Lowe's Second addition
A. H. Rosenbaum and wife to L. B.
Scott, part lot 4. block 2. Smlth
fle'd The Winona Savings bank to John
Hoist, middle one-third lots 1 and
2. block S. Walnut Hill
John A. Crelghton Real Estate
Trust Co., to I . V. Sholes Building
Co.. lot 8, block 2, and part lot ,
block 5. Crelghton's Second addition
L. V. Sholes Building Co.. to Chella
M. Wyckoff. lot 8. block 2. same..
J. P. Frenser and wife to Thomas
Ppellman, lot 9. block "A." Bedford
Mary f. Atkins to Nathaniel Melster.
lot 7, block 3. la'etla place
Antonle Hlaha to Antonle Kratkv. lot
. block 11, First addition to South
D. S. Nostrand and wife 10 James
Folev, part lot 8. block Omaha...
H. I). Reed end wife to W. D. Klrk
latid, lots 13 and 14. block 4, Sheri
C. C. Miller and wife to J. C. Kimball,
B acres In ne'i net 6-15-13
Mattle M. Mackey and huslnd to it.
P. PaKeler. lot 206. Fairfax
Mary R. Moores to John Pinsult. lot
16. block S. A. R. Patrick s addition.
J. H. Evans Citv Steam Laundrv Co.,
to R. R. Evans, part lots 3 and 4.
block 123. Omaha
H. M. Henley et al., trustees, to H.
L. Gilchrist, lot 20. Upland Tcrra-e..
Second Congregational Church Society
to Passumslr Savings bank, lot 2
W. S. Blackwell and wife to J. A.
Anderson, part lots 2 and 3, Coburn's
Christ Hansen and wife to Matihew
1. awler, lot . block "D," Horbach'e
Rogers Real Estate Co., to Evangeline
Hornan, lot 2, Hascnll & Rogers'
C. H. Hock to Georgia M. Rock, part
lot 8. George Forbes' subdivision....
E. M. Mnrtln and wife to George Gar
loch, lots 2.1 and 26, block 10, B.-mls
A. L. Patrick and wife to John Hoist.
part lots 1 and 2. block 3, Walnut
Continental Trust Co., to The Mc-
Cague Investment Co., lots 11 and 12.
block 22, Carthage
Nancy C. Anderson et al., to Mette
M. Enghausen. lots 1. 2. 7. 8. block
2. First addition to Pruyn park
Nancy I'onley to Margaret Moriarty.
undivided one-half part of lot 9,
block 79, South Omaha
Sheriff to The McCagne Investment
Co., lots 1 and 12, block 22, Carthage
Whenever you want some
thing, call 'Phone Douglas
US and make It knows
through Be Want Ad.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
I N ION STATION lOTU A MASON
Calon Paclf lew
Overland Limited a 7:20 am a1l:C9pm
China and Japan Mall.. a 4.4)0 pro a 1:30 am
Oregon and Washington
Limited aU Ol am a 45 am
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Portland Special al2:5S pm a 6:46 pm
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Colorado Express a 2:50 pm a D :00 pm
Grand Island Local a 5:2 pm al0:30am
Lincoln-Beatrice Local. . bUJ:40 pm b 1:10pm
Valparaiso and Central
City bl:40pra bl.20pra
tklrato Great Writers.
Chicago Limited a 6:00 pm
Twin City Limited a 8:30 pm a 8:00 am
Chicago Express a 3:46 pm
Twin City Express a 9:00 am a :00 pm
Omaha-St. Louis Exp.. a 8 30 pm a 9:211 am
Mall and Express a 8:00 am all:16 pm
Stanberry Local (from
Council Bluffs) b 6:00 pm bl0:15 am
Chicago, Mllwanlr.ee A St. Paal
Overland Limited al2:10 am a 7:06 am
Omaha-Chgo. Exuress.a 7:00 am a 9:30 am
Colorado Special a 7:40 am a 1:30 am
Colo. -Calif. Express. ...a 0:00 pm a 3:26 pm
Perry-Omaha Local ....b 5:14 pm all:0Gpm
Colorado-Chicago a 7:45 am a 1.80am
Chicago Daylight t)r ?:00 ain all. & am
Omaha-Chicago Local. .al2:0u pm all:15pin
Colorado-Chicago a e:20 pm a S.S& pin
Omaha-Cbicugo Special. a 6:02 pm a7.Uuanj
Pacltlc Coast-Chicago. . .a .U pm a 8:2 pm
Liinileii as. 10pm al2:06pm
Overland IJmlted al2:laam a 7:05 am
Carroll Local a am a 9.66 pis
Fast Local Cedar
Raplds-omaha a 1:35 pre
N OATH W EST ERN LINE NORTH.
Twin City and Dakota
Daylight a 7:50 am al0:20pm
Minnesota and Dakota. .a 7:o0 pm
Twin City Limited a 9 oopm a 7:10am
Sioux City Local a t.itt pin 3:ttpin
Omaha a 9:10 am
Omalia all :00 am
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Nortolk-BoncktHUl a 7 50 am alO JOpm
Lincoln-Long Pine a 7:50am ail Warn
Norlolk-bouth Platte. ..o 2.15 pm b 6:20pm
Hastitiga-Superioi b i hi pm b 6:30 pro
D.ad ivood-llot Springs. a e.w pin i Aiyia
Casper-Lunder a 8:Ua pin all 00 am
FrcinoiK-AU'ion b it.M pm b l.ii pro
laUuasju, !;. islatoa ac I'aoifle
Rocky Mountain Ltd...al2:40 am a 12:90 am
Iowa li.cal a 6.40 am a 4:30 pm
ChlcHKo Day Express. ..a 7:42 am
Des Moines Local a 4:00 pm al2:30 pm
Iowa Local 010 35 am b 9:56 pm
Chicago-Eastern Ki a4.4upm a 1:10 pm
Chicago-Nebraska Ltd a :0 pm at. 0b am
for Lincoln a 8:30 am a 5:47 pm
Coio. and Cal. Ex a 1:10 pm a 4 !0 pm
Okla. and Texas Fx. ...a 4:05 pm a 1:00 pm
Colorado Express a 7:30 pin a 7:30 am
Rocky Mountain Ltd...al0:40 pm al0:30 pm
Chicago Express. ....... .a 7:16 am a 3:46 pm
Chicago Limned a 6 00 pm a 7:15 am
Minn. -St. 1 a.il Exp o 7:10 am
Minn. -St. Paul Ltd a t.no piu a 7:16 am
Omaha-Ft Dodge Local b 4:16 pm bll:30am
K. C. and St L. Ex. ...a 9:40 am a 6:35 am
K. C. and St. L. Ex. Ov.
Sat. 12 p. m all:15pm a 6 50 pm
HI 11I.DOTOX ITA lOTH MASON
Denver and Callforla..a 4 10 pm
P.i Rnonri Ex M 410 rim
a 8.45 pm
a 4.10 pm
a 0:10 pm
a 6:10 pm
a 7:10 am
a 6:10 pm
a i 10 pm
a 7 ou pm
b lu ifo am
a l b am
a 1:40 pin
a 7 .10 am
sli m pm
a 8:66 pm
a 8 00 am
all 46 am
all. 45 a ,ii
a o j am
a 6:10 pru
Nl,raskn points I I .4 am
tiiacK mux a i io pm
Noiihwat Ex all:?) pm
Nebrabku points a 1:24 am
Lincoln Mull b 1 20 pin
Nebraxka Ex a U.1J am
I. n. coin Local
Lii c.iii Local a 7:26 pm
fr-i. lio) a r-i'iausmuuth .b 3.U.. yn
Plattsmouth-Iowa a 8:1 am
i-eilevue-PtaUmoutb ..ilr:-0 pm
Colorado Limileu all.vjkiu
l'oic-a.o Soeclal a 7 '.") am
Chicago Ex a 4 20 prr.
Chicago Fast Ex a 6:30 pm
Iowa Loral a 14 am
fct. Louis Ex a 4 65 pm
Kulisdi, City ac 6 1. Joe.sl'J 46 pm
Kansas City tt St. Joe.. a 'i li am
hiiiiku CUV c: &k- jui.4 -w piu
WKBS1EH BTAe -ISTll WEBSTEH
Auburn Local b S:M pm bI2 10 pm
Iblraao, at. laal, UlaaeapolU
6loux City Express. ...b 2 uo pm bll:4S am
Omaha Local c (.20 pm
bloux City Passenger b 8.20 pm
Twin City Passer (sr.... b 6 80 am
bioux City Local l.tt ain
Emerson Local b 6 66 pm b 1:10 am
a Dally, b Dally except feunday. c stun
dy oii.y. d Daily except Bsturday.
jumliA-CariuU Lot al... a 1. 46 put a 8.80 aia
SUBWAY TAX IS AGREED ON
Council Committee of the Whole
Fixes Twenty-live Milli.
WILL BE ON LA7TD VALUE ALONE
Cnnnrllman Mrliorrra Gives o4lce
of a Resolution to loc Fire
Klahtera from sixteenth
City council committee of the whole
agreed on a plan for taxing subwavs umbr
the streets of Omaha and bridges across
alleys between any two buildings, at Its
meeting Monday afternoon. The oriioan.-e
agreed on to be pres ntid to the coun
cil this evening will provide for a
tax of i'i mills on the dollar of assess d
valuation of lots nbottlng owned '.
the builders of such subwav or bridge.
Where there Is more than one bridge all
above the first will be exempt.
Councilman RrldRes endeavored to have
the tax placed at 20 per cent for a begin
ning, until the next real estate valuation
has been made. Councilman Davis opiHised
this, as did Judge Bcrka, and when the
vote was taken Bridges stood alone. As
originally Introduced the ordinance pro
vided for a 10 mill tax on the assessed valu
ation of the land and the Improvements.
The committee also amended the ordinance
to cut out any possibility of taxing rail
road viaducts, at the request of Attorney
Carl C. Wright. ,
An ordinance to ptimlt the Union Paci
fic to lay tracks on the east and west side
of Eleventh street, from the north line of
Capitol avenue to the north line of Dodg
street, was laid over pending the fllltiR of
waivers of damage bv the property owners
In the blocks bordering the street at that
The committee on public property and
buildings, with the building Inspector, will
proceed to repair the police patrol barn, at
a cost not to exceed $1,500. The request of
the fire and police board for an appropria
tion to buy new equipment was again de
ferred without action, it will be given con
sideration at the council meeting Tuesday
Poller Commissioners Heard.
W. J. Hunter and C. J. Karbach of the
Fire and Police board were present, and
Mr. Hunter explained at length what the
board thought ought to be done. They
hoped to have the big automobile that was
destroyed replaced by the Insurance money,
but they also desired to purchase a second
machine, a new horse patrol wagon, new
emergency wagon, new horses, harness,
etc., and felt that, while the full amount
of 110.000 might not be needed, they should
be given a liberal appropriation to put the
department In first class shape.
When Commissioner Hunter finished his
talk Councilman McGovern gave notice
that he will, at tonight's meeting, offer
a resolution to move the fire companies
at present stationed in the old house at
Sixteenth and Izard to the new house at
Twenty-fourth and Lake. "That old house
will fall down and kill people one of these
days," said McGovern, "and the men
should be moved at once.
Commissioner Karbach pointed out that
to move the companies from Sixteenth and
Ixard would leave a large and valuable
district with little or no flra protection,
and said the house on Tenth street, be
tween Farnam and Dodge, is In as bad
condition as the Sixteenth street house.
"Well, I'm going to give tha people a
chance to wake up and think these matters
over seriously," responded McGovern.
It wa decided to recommend an appro
priation of 8ii0 to have the rubbish boxes
recently bought by the city painted green,
and to have them lettered with tha street
Mrs. Louie Hlte. 428 Outlen St., Danville
in., wrues, ucioDer l: "Foley'a Kidney
Pills started me on the road to health. I
was treated by four doctors and took other
kidney remedies, but grew worse, and w.
unable to do my housework, and tha doctor
told ma I only could live from two to six
months. I am now so much better that I
do all of my own work, and I shall be v.r.
glad to tell anyona aHllcted with kidney or
Diaaaer trouoie me good results I received
from taking Foley's Kidney Pills." Com
mence loday and be well. Do not risk hav
ing Blight's disease or diabetes. Sold by
CHURCHES UNITE IN FAIR
' IN BEEJUILDING LOBBY
Six Charrb.es Draw Dates for the
First Week tu Drrcaibrr, and
Others Will Follow.
Carpenters are busily engaged In prepar
ing the lobby of The Bee building for the
big fair which Is to be held there during
December by the various churches of
Omaha. A meeting of tha women repre
senting some of the evangelical churches
of Omaha was held Monday afternoon at
rest room of the Thompson-Belden store
and arranged dates for the first few days
of the fair. The following dates were de
cided upon, two churches occupying the
lobby at the same time:
December 1 and 2 St. Mary's Avenue
Congregational, Westminster Presbyterian.
December 3 and 4 First Congregational'
Lowe Avenue Presbyterian.
December and 7 First Methodist, Clif
ton Hill Presbyterian.
A rest room will bs provided In the lobby
and light refreshments will be served at
noon, with tea and wafers during the aft
ernoon. The women of the various churches, who
have for some time been making dolls and
fancy articles for the sale, will put them
on exhibition and tha women of Omaha are
Invited to visit the lobby and buy some
pretty things for Christmas presents.
Most Food la Poison
to the dyspeptic. Electric Bitters cure dy
spepsia, liver and kidney complaints and
debility. Price DOc. For sale by Beaton
MANY WANT TO TAKE CENSUS
Naairrosi Applicants Brad Thrlr Re
quests to District Supervisor
Supervisor Charles L. Faunders of the
Second Nebraska census district Is receiv
ing a host of applications for the positions
of census enumerator. It Is not known
Just at this time how many enumerators
will be appointed for this district or Just
how the district will be divided for the
census. The applications are received and
filed according to the special locality In
which the enumeration Is to be taken and
will be examined and reported upon by .he
supervisor, who will submit his recom
mendations to Washington for final ap
proval, when the appointments will be an
nounced. Chief Clerk George Graff lias taken
charge of the new office of the supervisor
on the second floor of the federal building
for the arrangement cf the preliminaries
for taking the census.
The actiml enumeration will not begin
until April and will orcupy from threa lo
six montha. The appointment of enumira
tors will necssarlly be made before that
time, so that opportunliy may be had tj
Instruct the enumerators In their work.
Clocks FRENZEtt Uth and Dodge,
FAMILY CURED OF
Two Liltle Girls had Fczema Very
Badly In Ono Case Child's Hair
Cams Cut and Left Bare Patches
Father's Head Sore from Child
hoodIn All Three Cases
CUTICURA MET WITH
ITS USUAL SUCCESS
"1 liara two little girls who hare bcea
troubled very hgdiy with rve.ma. Ona
cf lliein had it n brr lower limbs. 1
did avrrything that 1 could hear of for
her. lint It did not give in until warm
weather whrn it spfminglv subsided.
The rirjt winter when it became) cold
weather tho ecrema started attain anci
also In her head wher it would take I he
hair put and Icavo bn.ro patches as lar
as a quarter if I dollar. At the snma
tint lcr arms were sore, the whole
length of them. I took her to a phy
sician and ho said that she had two
distinct types tt ecrema. 1 continued
with him for several weeks and the
child grew wcrse. all ef the time. Ilcr
sister' arms were also affected in the
same way. My husband came home
one day with a box of Cutictira Oint
ment and a rake of Cnlicura 8op. I
tx'san using. them and also the Cutictira
Pills and by the time the second lot waa
Used their skin was soft and smooth as
It had not been before for the winter.
We keep the Cuticura hoap and Cut i
rura Ointment constantly by us and
when any little roughness or Irritntton
p ears e their pi in 1 quickly dispel it
with the Cuticura Remedies. My husband
hns used them with most satisfactory
results for a sore head which has trotih-
led him f-cm childhood. Mrs. Chnrlea
Baker, Albion, Me., Sept. 31, 1908."
Cuticura Ointment is one of the most
successful remedies for torturing,
disfiguring humors of the skin and
scalp, Including loss of hair, of In
fants, children and adults, ever com
pounded, In proof of which a single
anointing with It, preceded by a hot
bath with Cuticura Soap, and fol
lowed by mild dose of Cuticura pills.
Is often sufficient to afford Imme
diate relief In the most distressing
form of Itching, burning and scaly
humors, ectemas, Irritations and In- S
flammatton, permit rest and sleep
and point to a speedy cure when all
Cutleura ioap (JSe.), Olntmmt (0e.
KMeloent (lOr), sn4 Cherststs Coslsd eills
f-6o-). srs sold throughout th world. Potior
Drui Chora. Corp., Solo ProM-, 1" Col
umbus Avo.. Booton.
Mollod free, Cuticura Book on 8kln DUV
not only cures
ly, but cleans the
cavity, removes all
odor, and prevents
decay. Keeps sup
ply and save tnauy
A S fill Affair.
S QCDllll Ulll.
There sra Imitations. Boo that yoa get
Doat'o TootliooSo fcuoi,
. At all dronglito is cents, or ey mail.
C. 8. DENT CO..
87 Larned St.. Detroit, Mich.
Thanksgivnig Gandy Sale
at Myers-Dillon Drug Co.
Our Regular Wednesday Sale
25c Assorted Angel Food Taffy, per
40c Black Walnut Taffy per lb.. .25
We have made special preparation fur
Favors of all kinds, Salted Nuts of all
kinds, special prices.
lake home a box of assorted Choco
lates or Hon Hons and Chocolates. You
will find them the best the country af
fords, packed Fresh, dully.
Huyler's famous Now York candies and
original Allegretti Chocolate Creams,
freHh shipment for ThanKsgivIng day.
1'lione us your candy wants.
Myers-Dillon Drug Co.,
16th and Farnam St.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
The Best Farm Paper.
r l fowYorkCuv i ,
A noma of Character
at 55th Street
Near Famous Central Park
Adjoining Carnagl Hall, near the Art
institute, and within fiv minutes walk
ol th leading theatres and ohonnln.
diftricti the location ia Idesl. A rare
attenuoo to details that lend to tha
horn stmosphere Is rtopoosible for our
many enthusiastic pstrons.
Th WoUiniton' delirhtftil kinri..
room, handiome diniog room and
cngmri grill room will appeal to your
sans of til appropriate.
PRE-EMINENTLY THE CHOICE
Of DISCRIMINATING PEOPLE
Rooms, whh Bath, 12.09 rpwar!
f arlor. Bedroom and Bath, tt).
weekly and upward
Send for illustrated booUet
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. m- - "iiii will
Seventh Av. at 55th St
New York City
When in Detroit
Boom a ad Bath for 91.60 op.
EURO PLAN PLAN
No better rooms, culsin or aurtlc caa
b had at double our pricoa.
Lot us prove It to you.
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