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OFFERED FOR RENT
lloases a(4 Calln(ra Coatlatrd,
7-RnoM mexlern hni, laundry, fnrnac
Hanscom prk district; L&. Tel. Harney 4.4
FOR RKNTMln or about .Ian. I. :10 -room,
art mortem hmiw; combination fix
tures C M. Hachman.. 43d paxton Blk.
Frenrer Boih . I'bonea.
$270. John N
31X-RQOM count for rent. 2M1 Frank-
NEW i-room house, modern. Harney 647
MOIiftRX (room house, lit fl.
6-r., mod., J61R Jones. $inr)
S r., triad.. select. US S. "Wth 27.:
S r., city nur, 7L'4 Bancroft 12.00
7-r. rity water, barn, 4103 N. 2Mh Ave.,
will make needed repairs, bargain.. 1iH
t-r., moo., choice, 1 ornv.- li
8-r.. mod.; 2 lnt. 2130 Hsmtlton l-VO"
4-r., part moil., clow, W7 8. 24th 12.00
RUKSKLL M'KITKK .' CO.
432 Rmif Hid. loth and Harney.
214 8. Jf.th St . -r.. mod. ex. heit. $23.
11'4 Park lid Ave , tt-r.. all mod.. $30.
1.M2 8. 6th St., 4-r., city water. 110.
174 8. 17th t.. 9-r.. all mod.. $2f.
2021 Burnette St.. I-r., olty water, 17.
423 Pea Mdfj. Phones Doug. 4751, A-1754
f27 Wirt. 10-r.. all mod $.M
6r7 8. 2Vh Ave.. 7-i., all mod 20.ii
"41S Ppcner. 41-r., rnod. ex. heat 1.00
.JU N. 25th. 6-r.. part mod 15. "0
4215 Burden..'. 6-r.. city water 10. w
JIM Capitol Ave., S r., mod. ex. heat,
close in 22. "-I
212S N. lbth. 3 arge, room 1.5-
511 8. :tn. 5-r., elope In 2T
8202 N. 24ih 5 rooms 13.1 J
the hvuun rkb:d
'Phones Doug. Z.u, A-834.
4-KOO.M. modern. 1110 N. t2d.
HOUSED, flats. Uarvln Bros., Sin N. V. 1.
HOUSES Vetera Truat Co.. K. Y. Llfa Ultltf
MAOOARD Van A Btorag-t Co. I).
Fack, atoie and ship household, gooda.
10 N. 26th. large brick: barn 10.00
a. Iiniiip iihi II .w
THE B V HON REKU CO.,
'Phones lous. r.fi, A-1S4.
212 8. 14th.
44x44 FEKT, ground floor, 10th and Doug
las. Paters ft Kdholm Co.
DESIRABLE single office, also suit
offices. In Continental block.
ALFRED C. KKNNF-DT.
tot First National Hank Uuilding.
Tet. Douglas 722.
STOREROOM and baacment In Scargu
b!ock S. O . 620 N. 2-itli. Hall, 433 Ramg.i
liidg., both 'phones. . .
8UR LET Two fine store rooms With
basejnents; adapted for any kind of busi
ness. In beaxt 4l shopping district; long
lease; answer quick. Address E-74S, Bee.
SKW titoro. 221 Cumins. TeL Web. 1171.
DESIRABLE storeroom. No. 1613 North
24th street, was occupied as a meat -market
for over twenty' yeara and lo- Just lb lo
cation for tha-t tine of business, S20.
ALFTfED C. KENNEDY,
!00' First National Bank Building.
Tel Douaiaa 722.
OFFERED FOR SALE
.. - : aVaraUturae. .
STOVES, slightly used, mc.3 refrard'.ess of
cost. American Furniture Co., 220 N. Uth
CHEAPEST PLACE for 8TOVE9 AM'
FURNITURE. Racket Store. It Cuming
BARQA1XA In second hand Furniture,
Sehweiaer. 1711 N. luh St. W. 21M; B. lZii
RANX2E and heater tor aala. Call Harney
liya . .
fiLlQIITLY .imen Miwteek. piwo tor sal
at-liMJ Harney. C. H. Thatcher Co. D. WIS.
I VERS at-POND 'piano,
heap UM McCagua Blk.
PIANO . selaoted now In THE BErV
KBTT PIANO CLUBS will be held for
Chrtstmus delivery if desired. -
SIX OCTAVE FARRAND ORGAN, good
as new. Also one mandolin.- You can get
these cheap, 211 S. 2oth Ave. .
SEfeOND hand typewriters sold, repaired
Central Typewrlti-r Exchunge. IM Farnam.
m A T 1 AT CUT PRICES
.J f I Wa save you from S0o to
l, 5o on every ton and give
better eoal. We guarantee, correct welgnta.
tfosenblatt's (Jut Price Coal Co.
COAL-S baskets, $1. Dry kindling, a load,
tl delivered. Star Ice & Coal Co. D. 44t&
4738 N. aiUi BL
ew and second-hand. 1110 Farn.
FOR SAXiE-rfteautiful pair diamond ear
rlnga; weight, $ karats; pure white and
perfect; will sacrifice for cash; no dealer.
Address J 767, lie. .
FOR SALE Nw and 2d-hand billiard
and pool, tables. .W iead the world In
cheap bar flxiures, tacy payments. Bruits-wluk-Baike:
Culleudei. 407 Ho. Ill lb St.
DRUGS at cut pii.ea; frelgbt paid on ail
CO orders; catalogue fiee. hherman
cCouneii Drug Co.. Omaha. Neb.
J00 OVERCOATS SLIGHTLY USED, at a
fcurgaln A A. -bL.Uk.K, 41 N. lath.
Large stock stoves, furnlt. Must sell next
10 days. Hell Fur. Co., 14o Dodge. R. &31.
gHOLARSHIP on leading business cqi
Ug tor sale al discount. Address P ant
5 00 COAL11'" ood- ,l- Harmon
Z VVeeth. Both pbonea
EVERYTHING In typewriters; just
few of our bargains: Rebuilt No. 1 Srnlu
Premier. $31; No. Oliver, $; No. Rem
ington. $.TS, machines alilpp4l on approvai;
Do depoalt required.
TYPEWRITER EQUIPMENT CO..
tun aV uth Sl
COAL by the coo. Call TVehstar 457.
HALI S safes, new. M-hand. UU Farna.
Every week a remarkable
gain in Bee want ads...
The Bee made a big gain again in its want nda last
weok. It grew in paid want ads 24 columns over
the corresponding week last year, while its nearest
competitor increased only 12 columns.
Remember, too, that this gives the other pa
pers credit for all sorts of indecent ads, and fraud
ulent ads, such as clairvoyant, etc., tha-the Bee
In most self-respecting homes The Bee is the
only paper that gets past the door. Unclean, in
decent, scandalous and sensational newspaper
reading is objectionable to the intelligent, regard
less of the work they do, or their incomes.
The value to the advertisers of The Bee the
paper that goes to the homes of all classes, ac
counts for the satisfactory results from Bee
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OFFERED FOR SMitf
WK HAVE rn hand a number of Ink bar
i i' hirh ' e nill sell at joc each. Tliejf
rt fine for lain mar or ashea. Cail at
ir-rronm Jte Publlsing Co.
AT I. of emrty txea arid kindling
wood for sile. ApplT at office. F. V. Wool
worth A t'o. 5c and 10c Suire.
EIGHT storm cashes,
Good as new. Cheap.
ft 10 In. bv tft
842 S. ltth St.
WHEN answering these advertisements,
kindly mention The Bee.
JOHNSON INST.. 41 N. T. I Tel. D. 1W4.
!r. Kathryn Nicholas. tot X. T. I Bide-
I O. BARNELL Paxtoo Hlk Tel. Red TtlT.
IM'KKM AN. ' Nevli; BMj Hok free.
VT"P''F 5 tons coal; for particulars. R.
r iAjr-j n Morehouse Co. W.JlOu; B 2245.
St.. third floor.
Private confinement home Mrs. Dr. King.
1324 N. Hth. Tel., Web. 2S Ind ! . .
! ini at
JOHN CANE la In ton n. Now Is the
time to trim trees. trellles, grape vlnea.
Ul. Ked ".704, Ind. A-H4J.Rtd 4ti6. 1811
'umlng Bt.. 1101 P. 2f.th Aa.
MR. JEP RHODES, the house that you
wanted is now ready for you. The fare
Is pild when you are ready. P. S. As soon
as yim see the advertisement pleaae
lifAifiCC Your corn comes out or your
l1 quarter comes bsck when you
use Corn Jelly. Haiuu Drug Co.. 1610 Far.
f Al 1WTTP treatment. Mmt. Smith.
UlAUiXiiliVy 622 g 16lh Sl thirA floor
PRIVATE HOME during confinement;
bablea for adoption. Oood Samaritan Sanl
torluin. 740 1st Ava.. Council Bluffs. la.
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits caatof
clothing; In fact, anything you do not need.
We co.iect, rtpalr and sell at 131 N. Utfi
t-t.. for cost. of collection to the wormy
p or Call phone Douglas 4145 nd wagoa
OMAHA Stammerera' Ins.. Ramge Bldg.
WE RENT and repair all makes of sew
li.g inaculnea. 'Phones, Ind., A-1663. Doug.
I ,. Neb. Cycle Co., corner liib and Hai
rey. JAMES RUBY can gft Insurance money
by writing John or Clinley.
Will?1"111 toupees for men. GRIFFITH,
" and 14 FRESZER BLK.
STRICTLY private horn for confine
ments; excellent care; bablea adopted;
trained nuise. 261 Davenport.
Arlene da Voy. Manicuring and maasage.
t.'J t loth sit- tflat g. Pnone IX 7ds&
M'Jhl ALLEN of Chicago, salt glow,
matneilc and massage treatments, tuJ M.
UK. tGGEHS' private confinement borne.
kli Manna St. D. 632a . ,
o rent at LIEBEN'8,
10. Howard- D. 4Ua.
MASSAGE AND EAT US.
R-308 Old tooMion Store Bldg., 4th floor.
Uu to. lbili bt. Suurway on Douglas r)U
JOS1E WAfHBURN'S w book, the
"Underworld Sewer," noli at all book
lores, price. S1.6U.
GOOD apple cider, everybody likes It.
Muller makes the best. Tel. Harney 35261.
Is a drugiesa cure tor lost physical vigor.
Consult Dr. Mai name Halluran, 22 Ne
ville b!6ck. TeL Doug. 7761. Under super
vision of M. li.
16.00 PER MONTH, secures a high grade
Piano in THE BENNh,Ti' PIANO CLUB.
Join now, select your Piano.
MISS" LA GRANE, baths, maasage. 1617
Dodge St., basement flat Hows, lo a. m.
t p. m.
A HOME for women during confinement
We find homes for babies where mothers
cannot care for ihvm. Babies boarded.
For terma address Mrs. Martha A. Lee, 44H
Bancroft 8t, Omaha, Neb., Phone Doug
screenings. $1.60 100 lbs. Wtgner. 801 N. lttb.
B. TURKEYS for a!e; eggs in season.
W. re, ireston. .Sorib. Loup, Neb.
PULLETS $1.26 each In Light Brahmas,
White Rocks and Partridge W'yandoltes,
Cockerels, for $1.00 to $3.00 each In Barred,
V hlte and liutf Plymouth Rocks. White,
Buff, Partridge, Silver and Golden Laced
V yandoltea. Single Comb Brown and
White Leghorns, Single Comb White Mlnor
tas. Light Brahmas, Rose and Single Comb
Rt.ode Island Reds, Turkeys, Ducka and
Geese. Address Walter, Hog-ue. Fairfield,
FOR SALE Eighteen different . varieties
of thoroughbred poultry; cocks and cock
erels, gceke, ducks, turkeys, guineas, ban
tams, dogs and white rabbits. All kinds
of fancy pigeons. Write for frea circular.
D. L Bruen. Platte Center, Neb.
PHONE IND. A-2620 tor good printing.
Lyrgstad Printing Co.. 16th Capitol Ava
KKAL, EITATE DEALERS.
REED ABSTRACT CO.. Est 1S68; prompt
ervlce; get our prices. 1710 Faraata St
GANGESTAD. 404 Be Bldg. Tel. D. 8X7.
?AYNB INV. CO.. flrat floor N. Y. Ufa
BENJAMIN R. E. CO., -477 Brandeta Bldg.
REAL ESTATE TITI.E-TRU8T CO.
CHAes lu WILLIAMSON, President
CUV PROPERTY POM Ai.aU
ATTRACTIVE, well conatructed, tj--lory
house at 2o0G Maple St.; just com
pleted; six rooms, reception hall, bath
room, attic and full cemented basement;
trlctly modern; best plumbing, furnace and
.-ombinatlon gas and electric fixtures. For
-ale by owner.
CITY HHIllKHIt rOk SAI.R
3856 HUN KLIN ST.
strictly mo4irn. quarter-sawed
f'nlsli. uth front. Inlaid wood ch.na
cloaet, art glas windows, new
lerms and price right.
2S4 Chliano St.. 10 rooms, south front.
large lot. lawn, strctly modem, oak fin
ish, mantel; street paved; neajcj-; food,
classy home. $.t3"0 Terms.
large rnoms, modern, furnace, one year
old, east front, lawn, 27th near Wool worth;
barn ;;). snap at gx.ouu. Terms.
IIAHWOOD & HAUWOOD,
Ked 4204. 418 Bee Eld. A -4801.
Lot 30x117 feet; 24th snd Rlondo Sts
large rooms and small room for bath; gaa
city water and sewer; barn.
Phone oner, weDsier z.'ji, or ooug
NEW 7 ROOMS MODERN
Modern, up-to-the-minute, large lot. On
of the choicest locations In the western
part of the city In order to settle partner
ship quickly, will be sold at a very low
VERY EASY TERMS
NOWATA LAND A LOT Co.
fuite 624 New York Life Bldg.
I!T7-a PACIFIC, -room brtcka, sfrlctly
412 N. Y. Life Bldg
Phone Douglaa 746.
$581 EVANS St, 7 rooms, new, modern,
oak and pine finish: near Omaha univer
sity $3,750. Cell W-3199.
111" South 27th St., 2-story square house.
containing kitchen, dining room, parlor
and reception hall on first floor; S bed
chambers, 4 closets and bath room up
stairs; fully cemented cellar; furnace;
nlikel plumbing; elegant gas and electric
light fixtures; Interior finish, birch; lot
nicely graded; front yard sodded: cement
steps and cement walks, all for $3,400, $600
cash, balance easy payments. This Is a
real bargain. House ready to move Into.
Keys at my office.
C G. Carlberg,
911 N. Y. L. Bldg.
PRAIRIE PARK -J TO? .ft
19 brand new artistic houses for sale on
small cash payment and balance monthly.
One block to Ames Ave, car. Agent on
premises. PAXTON REAL ESTATE CO.,
We offer a solieV substan
tial Investment In a terrace of
6 brick flats only 2 blocks
from pos'office. Property la
right In the Una of advance
ment Steady annual Income
of $3,300; never a vacancy. Get
a copy of our "facts and fig
ures'' on this, our latest bar
gain. The Byron Reed Co.,
Phones D. 297, A-3S34. 212 8. 14th.
t Per Cent Net Two St.
Louis flats, . practically new,
all modern, close In, on paved
street; were rented before fin
ished, and have never been
vacant since. A sure, safe In
vestment In a location where
values are increasing. Price,
10 Per Cent Net Three new
attached brick houses, having
7 large rooms and reception
hall each; oak finish, strictly
modern, full basements with
laundries, exceptionally well
built, as they were built for a
permanent Investment. Thesa
, houses are located on the car
line, are within walking dis
tance of the business center,
are close to the High School,
Crelghton College and several
churches. A good, sftfe Invest
ment for $15,000. Reasonable
( Per Cent Gross Two 10
room modem houses, ora S.
17th Bt, close to the Omaha
Dally Newa Office, and within .
a block of good business. Also
R5 feet on 17th Ave., unim
proved; excellent location for
brick flats; all specials paid.
Only $12,000 for the entire
15 Per Cent Gross Brick
store and flat building. 22x44
, feet, located on Douglas Bt;
good business location. Price,
Northwest corner JTth and
Jackson Sta. ; 2-story brick St
Louis flat, modern. Also va
cant corner. 60x80 feet, ad
Jotnlng, with all specials f
and paid for, which. If prop
erly handled, will bring at
least 15 per cent net. Price,
For further information
about any of these - Invest
ments call on
George & Co., 1601 Farnam St.
We can help you to aolve the Chrlstmaa
gift problem by suggesting that you buy
a lot in Boulevard park addition for your
aon or daughter, husband or wife, or any
member of your family. Boulevard Park
Is four blocks north of Kountie Place and
is rapidly building up with fine, moderi
homes. A Chrlstmaa present of a lot In
this splendid addition will prove a very
suitable gift, as well as a profitable In
vestment. We can sell you one on easy
terms if preferred. Call at our office for
full particulars and plat showing prices of
Shimef & Chase Co.,
30 S. 17th St.
Opposite Couft House.
4736 North 40th St
Eight-room, 2-stjory house, with city
water and electrlo light and two lots UVx
122 feet on corner and car line. Reduced
from I4.iv to 12.000 for immediate sale.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
First Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.
Tel.: Doug. 1781; "A" U.is.
HANSCOM PARK BARGAIN,
Good l-room house, all modern,' corner
lot, south and east front. 75x1.16, good barn,
large chicken house, shade and fruit trees;
$2,600 mortgage; can be paid any time or
FINE LOT, 67x155, $1,100
On 36th St. near Howard St. room for
two cottagea; a snap; act quickly.
Birkctt & Tebbens,
423 Ba Bldg. Phones Doug-. 4764 A 1764.
10TH AND PIERCE, $10,000
1 blocks from Burlington and Union
stations; paving all paid, eioaa in and de
NORMS & MARTIN,
Phone Doug. 427ft, 2t Be Bldg.1
REAL EST ATT.
CITY ruortRTT FOR IALR.
(Continue ) I .
for 45x125 ft lot. on the
south of Leavenworth st.
cash, balance monthly payments, for a
i-room rottege; new, mortem, plumbing.
Rents, lis per mo. Only $1,750. If these
Interest you. call
E. W. STOLTENI3ERG, '
Doug. 1510. 43 B. of T. Bldg.
$100 CASH .
and $10 to $40 Per Month
Will Buy These
4-room cottage, city water, lot 26x130. $950.
8-room house, partly modern, lot 30xls0,
close in. and well situated, 42.660.
&-room cottage, partly inouern, lot 40x80,
close In, $1,160.
s-room two-story hmise. partly modern on
paved street and car line, 14 minutes' walk
trom P. O.. $2,300.
Neat 6-room cottage, city water, etc.,
full lot, north side, bargain at $1,860. Im
- 2 good 12-rootn modern houses, well
adapted for residence, rooming or boaid
ing purposes; good level lot; close In; $3,250:
SEE US FOR EAST TERM BAR
GAINS IN IMPROVED PROPERTIES
OR LOTS AND NEW BUILDINGS.
RUSSELL & McKITKICK CO.,
432 Ramge Bldg., lbth and Harney
THESE ARE GOOD VALUES.
$3,6002113 Grand Ave., very attractive, cosy
heme, 7 rooms, modern, hot water
, htttt. lot 60x132. cment walks, paved
$3,300 Hanscom park and Field club dls
trlct, 2 well built, nicely arranged
houses, ( rooms each, bronie hard
ware, modern, lots 494x132'. Better
see these. PRICE REDUCED FOR
QUICK SALE. TERMS.
$3,800 W EHT FARfijAM DISTRICT, prac
ticaily new. modern, 7-room home,
8 bedrooms and aloove, 42-ft. lot,
cement walks, close to schools and
car. BUILT FOR A HOME.
12 PER CENT INVESTMENT.
$16,000 Best located, brick, tile and stone
constructed flat building, i apart
ments of 7 rooms ech, oak and
hard Dine finish, strictly mo.iern.
close to retail district. WE INVITE
875-79 Brandeis Bldg.
TWO CORNER LOTS
First class Improvements nil around
them. City water, sewer, gas; near car;
WX134 reet, eacn ijuo.
VERY EASY TERMS
624 N. Y.
NO STORM SASH NEEDED
Don t waste your money; equip your
windows and doors with Golden All Metal
weather strip. Send postal to or see Sam 1
Dickinson, 121 Ramge Bldg.
I WANT an offer on lot t, block 20, orig
inal plat of the city of Omaha, with two
houses, 1900 and 1911 California street Lot
New York Life Building.
9 ROOMS WEST OMAHA
Lot 50x160. modern, oak mantel and
grate;; four bed rooms and bath upstairs,
one bed room downstairs; front and rear
stairways; barn and driveway.
$4,600 TERMS 1
A genuine snap.''
NOWATA LAND AND LoT CO.,
(24 New York Ui.
7 ROOMS WEST QMAHA
Lot 50x112. house one yea old, built by
owner; three bed rooms and batn up
stairs; modern every way; combination
Looks Hko a Christmas gift
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO,
Suite 624 New York Life B 1 dg.
ND UA.NCIl Uiu FOB
TWO Missouri farms for sale or will
tiade for property In Omaha or vicinity.
273i Decatur St., Omaha. ,
168 ACRES good land. 70 cultivated; build
ings. 3 springs, orchard: 2 miles town: $1,600.
Other farma. L. A. Hudson, Niangua, Web
ster County, Mo.
Near Pacific Junction. Ia.; 50 acres In corn
this year; balance pasture; 4-room house;
nice grove and oi chard; this la good land.
Price $60 per acre; can make teims.
McCague Investment Co.,
1506 Dodge St
AT $45 PER ACRE
We will sell you a 320-acre Improved
farm In eastern Nebraska, two miles of
a good, live town and best market. II you
will look at this land you will agree that
It Is very cheap. Selling at this low price
in order to settle a partnersuip quicniy.
VERY EASY TERMS
NOWATA I -AND A LOT Co,
buite 624 New York Life Bldg.
Wa bay 100.001 acrvs of choice land to
elect Iroru. .-aiatlng in price from $ lo
$40 per acre. '1 m land . In the ail and
gas district and you might get an oil wail
twin our land.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
buite UU New York Life Bldg.
LANDS, $2!50PER ACRE
Have some very choice timber land loca
tions, accessible to railroads and rivers, yet
unapplied fur, and must be sold to settlers
for 12.50 per acre in quantities not greater
Iiim.1 loe acres to any one purchaser. Any
person over 21 yeara of age can make ap
li. cation without Interference with home
stead or othar Kovernment entry rights,
'i htae lands contain mostly cedar and fir
timber and will average in estimates. e.vaM,
Cut to 1U,W4I,UUU feet pel quarter section.
Cal or write Hi Karbacu tiiog., Omaha,
ao a tat Dakota.
1S2V, acres in Brookings county, S. D.
well improved; 140 acres under cult, 40 a.
VAtiiure. biuuiice ineauow : 1 inlie frou
town; price right, terms to suit W. B.
bhaw. Caatlewood. 8. D. s
Remember It only takes a stroke or two
of the pen to mention the fact that you
aw the ad In 1 ne Bee. .
DECEMBER 20. 1SW9.
Wyoming irrigated laud for $37.60 per
acre, on ten years' time, and under the
"Carev act." too. Think of It!
PLAN NOW TO START WITH US FROM
OMAHA. DtCEMBKH 16.
No better time to see these land. Huge
alfalfa aiacks. Immense straw stacks, bulk'
ing grain bins, crowded potato cellars and
thousands of tons of sugar beets svldunco
of character of soil and climate oondUlons
and their combined Droducliva powers.
We want you lo asee these lands before
you Invest a dollar anywhere else. We
know that this is the opportunity for YOU
whether you are now owner, tenant or
young man starling in life.
WRITE TODAY FOR FREE ILI.U8
TRATED BOOKLET CONTAINING MAP
AND ALL INFORMATION.
Send postal by next mall. Remember th
date: CAREY ACT LAND OPENING, De
cember 30. 19U9.
THE NORTH LARAMIE LAND CO.,
ABBOTT REALTY CO.. AGENT.
411 Brandeis Bldg.,
FARM ASI H"H 4 U fOR 8l.K
Vi lMTROVKD FARMS In central Mln-
eaota; all sliea. cheap prices; ea-y terma
Iways a good title. Write for land list No
Mention this paper. C. D. naaer. t er-
tis I-alia. Minn.
MAKE MONET BT BUYING THE FOL-
AiWINO 7ni acres. Sanborn county. 8 I..
acres under cultivation, all fenced, three
milea of town; price Is $2S per acre; ter-ns
lt acres, Morto-- county. N. D.. four mllei
f Mandnn at $12 50 per acre, layman
county. 8. D.. land at $10 and $1S per tcre.
U W. Howard. Sioux Falls. 8. IV
REAL ESTATE LOANS
tyro to $5,000 on homes In Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Estate Co.. loul N. X. Life. Doug, ui
I1AXS to borne owners and home build
ers, with privilege of making partial pay
ments semi-annually. No commission.
W. H. THOMAS.
SOS First National Uank Bldg.
FIVSS PER CE.NT MONEY
to loan on
Omaha Ruainea Property.
Room L New York Life Bldg:
WANTED City loans and warrants, W.
Farnam Smith A Co., 1320 Farnam bt.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg.. ISth and Farnam.
SECOND MORTGAGE loans negotiated
Apply Rooms 417-1$ First National Bank
Bldg. Bell phone Douglas 23 IS.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
PAYNE. BOSTWICK A CO.. N. Y. Life.
Private money, $T0 to $6,000; low rate.
tOWEJf RATES Bemls Brandeis Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
VACANT lotM and houses. Have cash
buyers. 411 Katbach Bllt Red 1007.
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR
, I and 7-room houtea It prices are right
ie can sen your property tor you.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO,
Sulfa (24 N. Y. Life Bldg.
FOUR 6-room new modern houses, large
lota, in southwestern part of Omaha; no
incumbrance; want Nebraska land,
NOWATA LAND A.ND LOT CO.,
Suite 624. New York Lite Bldg.
FOR SALE By owner one 8-room modern
house and barn In the heart of Kountse
place, the beat residence addition In city.
Just the place for a man who wants to
come to educate his children. Near new
college, public and parochial schools; fine
shade trees, and broad pavement all In and
laid for. v ouid take sec. raw land or
-room cottage or will sell on payments
Address C 744 Bee.
TO EXCHANGE 1G0 acres land, central
Dawson Co., Neb., half cultivation, for
mules, horses, Shetland pontes or North
Dakota land. IV E. Wo.fenden. Cosad,
WHAT have you to trade for land?
Nother fellow o I have a tract of lb he
owns it, 1 trade it Lock Box owti. Omaha
FARMS and grass lands from $2.60 per
acre up. . What have you to trade for land?
locate on government land. Write Ed
Hanshaw, Laird, Colo.
X2Q acre' of aood (arm land 4 miles from
Denver, cheap, am 160 acres in Cheyenne
county, Nebraska, for caah or Omaha In
come property. A. E, wxo al. Mary s Ave..
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED A good typewriter; 18-Inch
billing attachment; give full particulars.
Address D 745. Bee.
WANTED A good . secondhand type-.
writer; give full particulars. Address H 763
BEST price paid for second-hand furni
ture, carpets, clothing and ahaea. Tel. Doug
L platform scale In good condition.
Address August Miller, (07 N. 23d Bt South
WANTED TO BUT.
JOHN. THE BUYER Second-hand and
misfit clothing, wedding dresses. Best of
prices. Phones, Douglaa 3128 and Ind.
TEAMS wanted by V. C. Jackson. 17lh
WANTED To buy a good lumber and
coal business. Address Y 108, care Bee.
BALTIMORE M-hand store
price 2d-hand furniture, clothes,
REMEMBER It only takes a stroke or
two of the pen to mention the fact that
you saw tha ad In The Bea
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED at once by party of 3. for t
or 1 months suit ot furnished rooms
with board In private family. Location
muat be good. Willing to pay liberally
for satisfactory' rooms. Address W-741.
WANTED Hotel to rent must be fur
nished. Can give beat of reference as to
abllltv and character. Address, Y96, care
LADY with several years' business train
ing -.desires position selling either In city
or will travel. Al reference. Address
W. 607, care Be.
LMjrp 6 tons coal; for particulars,
ji. Morehouse co. w.aiiu;
WANTED By young man. placti to work
for board while attending Boyles college,
EXPERT accountant Invoice work i
specialty. C. M. Shonerd. Oxford. Neb.
Remember it rnly takes a stroke or two
of the pen to nientlon tho fact that you
saw tne aa in ine ay.
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING
Quartermaster, Fort Robinson, Nebraska,
December 2, lis Sealed propoaals for fur
nishing all material and labor for addition
to and repairing pump housa, new boilers,
new pumps, etc. at Fort Robinson, Neb.,
will be received here until 11 a. m. January
S. 1W0. Plans and apeciflcatlona may be
consulted at the office of the chief quarter
master at Denver, Omaha and Chicago,
depot quartermaster at St. Louis, and at
this office. Blank proposals and Instruc
tions to bidders may be obtained at the
Fame offices. Plans and specifications
furnished upon receipt of certified check
for $15. to Insure their return. Envelopes
containing proposals should be Indorsed,
"Proposals for Improving and Repairing
Water System." and addressed to Captain
F. T. Arnold. Constructing Quartermaster,
Fort Robinson. Nebraska. D6-7-8-8-10-U
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUA RTF. It
master. Fort Leavenworth, Kansaa, De
cember 8. 1SHJ9 Sealed propoaals. In tripli
cate, will be received here until 11 a. m ,
central time, January 8. 1K10. and then
opened, for grading, approximately 84 004
cubic yards of earth. Full Information and
blank forms of proposals furnished on
application. Plana and specifications may
be seen here, also at the offices of Chief
Quartermasters. Omaha and St Paul;
Ru'ld'rs Exchange. St. Paul: Maater Build
ers' Exchange and United States Quarter
master. Scarrltt Building, Kansas City, Mo.
United States reserves the right to accept or
reject any or all blda. Envelopes to be
maiked "Propossls fdr Grading." and ad
dressed to Captain Wm. D. Davis. Quarter
master, Untied States Army.
Office, Fort Mackensie. Wyo.. December
10. IHuO. Seeled proposals In triplicate will
be received here until 10 A. M.. mountain
time. January 10. Y. and then opened, for
the construction, plumbing and electrical
wiring) of a brick stable for fifty horses.
Plun "lt-L. Information furnished from
this office on application. Envelopes con
taining proposals should be endorsed "Pro
poaals for Stable." and addressed to Can
tain H. A. Hegemen. Constructing Quar
termaster, Fort Mackensie. Wyoming.
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
TFCIAI. STth MI'U.I'KR.f MEETIN1
NO I UK M II K UK U V GIVEN that pe-
c al meeting of the stockholders of the Mis
soli r i i'acmo Railway t on.pttny win b
held at the principal office of Hid Com
pany, In the Miaaouil Pacific Building. No.
7' Maiket titreei. In the City of St. Loin.
Mif-sourl. on Tuesday. I he loth day oi
January, 1V10, at nine ocltck In the (ore-
noon of that day, to consider and act uptx
Ine fol. owing propositions:
(a) To adopt a code of br-lawa for the
(b) lo ratify, assent to and approve a
certain Indenture ot lease beaili g date the
l..tlt day of July, im. by and between
Boonvllle, t Louis A bouthern Railway
("on. pany. a corporation of the State of
Missouri, and this company ana aiiinoris-a
on behalf of thia Company at a meeting of
the Board of Directors, beld on the lotlt
day of August Lvi.
to) To raiily. assent to and approve the
purchase by this Company uf the unole or
any part of th railroads and other prop
erty and trancliiaes of all or any of Lie
following named -ailroaa comptnix;
Carthage and Western Railway company.
Jcplln and Western Hallway company, n
l.ouis. oak Hill aud Carondelet Railway
Company, Sedalia. W'aisaw and south
weatein Railway Company, The Kansus
City Northwestern Railroad Company. The
Nebraaka Southern Railway Company,
Omaha Belt Railway Company, Omaha
Southern Railway Company, pacific Rail
way Company In Nebraska, The Pueblo
and State Lane Railroad Company, and
Kaosas and Arkansas Valley Railway.
d) For the purpose of refunding under-Ivlna-
mortgage bo mis and equipment obli
gations of tne Company and tor other cor
porate purposes, to oonaent lo, concur in
and eulhonxo an Increase of the bondt-d
indebtedness oi The Missouri Pacific Rail
way Company, by the amount vt $1i3.imi V0
by tho Uaaue of Gold bonds ot the Com
pany, limited In tho aggregate to the
piincipal amount of H7S.kw,0m at any ono
time outstanding, to bear Interest at a raio
cr rates nut to exceed live per cent per
annum, payable semi-annually, and all or
any part of such bonds, as the Board of
Directors may detetiuine, to be convertible
at tho option of the holder and registered
owners thereof Inia a lock uf the Railway
Company upon such terms and otherwise
aa the Board of Directors may determine;
and to consent to, ooncur In and authorise
the execution and delivery of a mortgage
and deed of trust on ana ot the whole or
part of tlie ratirotd and otiier property
and franchises of tins Company whvther
now owned or hertaf'.er acquired, to secure
such issue ot bout a b this Compa y, and
to consider and act uron the lu.ra and
term ot suet, mortgage. ,
(e) To consent to and authorise the pur
chase by this Company f.om time iO time
of not to exL-e'd ID.OtM.OW par aiue of the
bonds ot the ft Uu., iron Mountain and
Uouihern Hallway Company.
(tl To ratify 'he proceedings of the
Board ot Directors '.heretofore taken In
and abou the matters aforesaid, including
the authorisation ot said bonds aud mort
gage and du or trust and the use to b
made ot aala boon, and to consider am
act upon auob other business . a may
properly oe transacted al the meeting.
The stock transfer nooks ot the Company
will be cioavd al I f. U. on tne 7th, day
of January, Ulu, ai.d will remain cloed
until IS A. at. ou the 19th clay of January.
Dated. Xew York, November 17th, 190J.
By order of the Board of Dlrectore.
OEORGE J. OOULD, President
A. IL CALEF, Secretary.
"The Missouri Pacific Railway Company,
195 Broadway, New York, Nov. 30th. li09.
To the stockholders of the Missouri Pacific
Railway Company: Referring to the notice
sent to you November 17th, 1SU9, calling a
(special meeting ot the stockholders of this
company to be held on the lsth day of Jan
uary. 1910. you are no. if led that the stock
transfer books of this company will be
closed at 3 o'clock p. m. December !th,
1MB. Inatead of January 7th, 1910, and re
main closed until 10 o'clock a- in. January
lKth, 1910. Thia change In date Is made to
avoid any possibility of confusion In deal
ings In the stock and rights to subscribe
to bonds, prior to the date of said special
meeting. If unable to attend the meeting
please sign and return the proxy which we
have already sent you.
Nov. 18 to Jan. 18
Nov II to Jau 18
Remember It only take a atroke or two
of the pen to mention the fact (hat you
saw the aJ In The Bee.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
IKION BTATION OTH MASOX
U a to si Pacific
Overland Limited.: t J:iin aU:5pm
China and Japan Malt. .a 4.00 pm a:J0ara
Oregon and Waahlngton
Limited a!2 01 am a 6:45 am
Loa Angeles Limited. ...a2:55 pm a 8:60 pm
...al2:6Rpm a 5:45 pm
,..a 1:46 am a 7:30 am
...a 8:15 am a 4:4k pm
...a 8:50 u.n a 6:00 pm
North Platte Ltcal.
Grand Island Local.
...a 6 2V pm al6:M am
Llnooln-Eeatriue Local. .bl2:40 pm b 1.20 pm
Valparaiso and Central .
City ....bl2:40pm ! 1.20 pro
thlcta-o Great Westers.
Chicago Limited a 5:00 pm
Twin City Limited pm a 8:00 am
Chicago Express $:5 P
Twin City Express a :00 am a 1 .00 pm
Omaha-St. Louis Exp.. a 6:30 pm a 8:25 am
Mall and Express a 7:30 am all. 15 pm
Btanberry Local (from
Council Bluffs) b 5:00 pm bl0:16 am
Chicaaa, atllwaak.ee A tl. ;nal
Overland Limited. ......al2.1fl im, a 7:06 am
Omaha-Chgo. Express.- , .0 am a :3o am
Colorado Spec.al a 7:40 air. a 1:30 am
Colo. -Calif. Expr.ss. ...a li.uo pm a 2:26 pm
Perry-Omaha lxcal ,...bt:lapm all:06 pm
Chicago Express a 7:15, am a 3:45 pm
Chicago Limited a f:0t) pm a J15 am
Minn. -St Paul Exp 0 7:10 am
Mlnn.-St. Paul Ltd a 6:" pin a 7:15 am
Omaha-Ft Dodge Local b 4:16 pm blLXOara
Chleaao A Northwesters
Coloi ado-Chicago i.. a 7:46 am a 1:30am
Chicago Dayllgtit SL...a 7:00 am all. bare
Omaha-Chicago Local.. al2 :0a pm ali:6pin
Colorado-Chicago a e:Z0 pm a 3:2 pro
Omaha-Chicago Special. a t.iu pm a :0U am
Pacific Coast-Chicago... a a:oa pm a pm
Llmlieii au.lOpm al2:9Jpn
Overland Limited ,..al2.Uam ;:Um
Carroll Local a am as.66pm
Fast Local Cedar ,
Rapids-Omaha 3:36 pre
Twin City and Dakota
Daylight a 7:60 am al0:20 pm
Minnesota and Dakota.. a i:uu pm
Twin City Limlleu a :u0 pra illOon
Sioux City Local a 1:4a uui a pm
omana a $10 am
Omaha all.-OO am
NORTHWESTERN LINE WEST.
Norfolk-Boncateel a 7 60 am aiO.30 pra
Unooio-Long pine a 7 .60 am all.voaru
NorCoik-aoulh Platie. ..a s.la pm b 6 2V pru
Haaiiuga-buperloi b t 1 pm b 6.2v pm
Deadwoou-Uui bprins.a pm ai.opia
Casper-Lander a 3:ia pm aU U) am
Kraiuon'-rtluuui.,. b 6:30 pin b 1:36 pm
Ulaaaart Pact He
K. C. and St L. Ex. -...a t:40 am a (:33 am
K. C. and bt L. Ex. tlv.
Sat li p. m all: 16pm a$:60pm
ChlcaftO, Ubck. lalaaa at I'aeiMa
Rockv Mountain Ltd... .a 1:40 am a 3:26 am
luwa Local , a :40 am a 4. 0 pm
Chicago Day Express... a 7.42 am ail:j0 pin
ilea Moines Docai a 4.IM pm aU':jO pm
Iowa Local bl0:6 am h ii Dm
Chicago-Eastern Kx a 4:40 pin a l:li pm
Ohlcago-Ncoranaa Ltd.. a i t pm a .ul pm
for Lincoln a $ 26 am a 5:47 pin
Colo, and Cat Ex a 1.26 pm a 4:3x pm
Okia. anctv lexaa Ex. ...a 4.v pm a l:o pin
Uocay MouuiAia Lul...aiv. pin alo.au pm
BURLINGTON STA 4TI A MAsOX
Denver and Callforla.. 4.10 pm a $.46 pra
Puget Sound Kx. ...... .a 4:10 pin a 4 .W pm
Nebraska points , a 8.4) am as. 10 pm
black Hills a 4:10 pm a 4.10 pm
North w.st Ex all pra a 7:10 am
Nebraska points .......a 20 am a 8:10 pm
Lincoln Mail b 1 At pra a 12. li pra
Nebraska Ex a l.li am a t l pm
Lluoola Local b :Ut am
Laiiooln Local a 7.36 pm a 7:60 pm
ecnuyier-i'iatismouih .b X ou pm b lo. Af am
platumeutb-lowa a 8:18 am a 8.64 am
ijeilevue-Platt.mouU .-r'jj pm a l et pia
Colorado Limited ...... .ell. j aui a7.lv am
Chicago Special UM.tl:Ktin ail 10 pm
Chicago Ex. a 4:20 ptsa 8:66 pra
Chicago Fast Iix....,..t $:9 pia 8. wo am
Iowa Local a 8:15 am alliai aw
Bt Louis Eg .....a 4.65 pra all:46 aia
Kansas City A St Je-al0.6 put a t.a aut
Raoaaa City 4k St. Joe. .a i.li ana a 8:10 pm
kauaas City at Joe. a 4.6s put
W o in a n s ' XV or IV
Activities f the Orfxnltel
Bediea Along tie X.laea ef V s
aertaklaf of Ooaoera to Wosaea.
This we-k hs been a reJ 'cf.er a son
on the local club cakmlar. Occasions .have
been few w hen so many well known club
women have assembled here and thi In
spiration to clubdom has been In propor
tion. The meeting of the executive board bf
the state federation Monday evening waa
one of the most Important that body will
hold this year. The conference"' Tuday
morning under the au.plces of the) Corn
rxposltlon waa not only an Innovation In
the way of exposition pragrims. but
brought five state federation presidents and
all the district vice presidents of at least
one state Into touch with one of the great
est opportunities for serious work open to
women today. It was the first definite
effort to bring the real social peels cf
the rural communities to the attntlon of
organisations peculiarly fitted .to- meet
them. Modern machinery and sclenet are
rapidly relieving the farm of Its hardest
work, but the monotony ot tho wintry
life still remains In slte of the tele
phone, the automobile, the rural mall de
livery and other convenlnces that hava
Come with the past decade. Because tho
club women, particularly In the smaller
towns, themselves retired farmers' wives,
have met this problem and have undeniably
mastered it to a large extent, they, better
than anyone else, are In a position to help
the women of the farms solve It- thtre.
Organisation Is the solution, but while the
women ot the farms lack nothing ot the
culture, the education or the ability to
meet any and all of their problems, they
do lack the experience that will enable
them to Ret together and -work together.
Simple though It sems, It Is not simple, and
the women of the cities and the towns have
only learned to work In"- organisations
through half a ctntury of experience and
they have only within the last ten years
learned how much they may accomplish
or how to best direct their energies. The
district federation and through It the coun
try, woman's club la no longer a novelty;
It has alrtady proven a wonderful leaven,
but there Is still much to b4 accomplished
and as the city club has worked an along
the social line, so the women of the farms
who are Qualified have the same work
to do. " . . ...
The luncheon given by the Council Bluffs
women Wednesday afternoon, In addition
to Its courtesy to the distinguished guests,
afforded another opportunity for the con
stejitly Increasing club membership' Of the
two cities to become acquainted.
Local women, particularly ,: the ' club
women, have demonstrated their apprecia
tion of the opportunities afforded by the
Corn exposition by their large attendance
at the lectures being given this week by
Mrs. Margaret Blair of the domestic
science department of the Minnesota Agri
cultural college. Mrs. Blair's subjects are
all of absorbing Interest to homemakers
and housekeepers and her practical way ot
presenting hem has occasioned several pre
vious visit to Omaha. "Home Decoration"
and "Homemaklng as an Art" Sre the two
remaining suhjects which she will' present
Frldai- and Saturday afternoons, beginning
promptly at 1:30. The lectures are Illus
trated. There is no admission fee except
ing that charged for general admission to
the exposition. The lectures are held in
blograph hall. "
The next biennial meeting' of the Iowa
Federation of Women's- elubs -wlH be en
tertained by the Sioux City clubs. The
program committee has made no announce
ment as yet. but the Iowa biennial Is
counted one 'of the strongest state federa
tion meetings. ''
A Total He Hps i . ,
of to functions of stomach, liver, kidneys
and bowels. Is quickly disposed of with
Electric Bitters. 50c. For sale by Beaton
Drug Co. , . . "
PRATT CASE IS DISMISSED
Appeal of Divorce Salt Is Tknwa
Out by thy State Sa- .
preraej Coart. ... ,
i i i
Tbe appeal of Mrs. Julia Montgomery
Pratt's suit to enrorce lier contract with
Colonel James H, Pratt has been dis
missed by the supreme court of ebrkskti
aa "per stipulation of the said ' parties."
The costs unpaid, amounting to about
$75, are assessed to Colonel njttt. This Is
a separate suit from the dlvoroe case, whluh
also went to the supreme court and which
has not yet been settled. It Is now re
garded possible that one. or the other. will
get a divorce by default -
Attorneys Vlnsonhaler and Brome re
cently filed . an application for attorneys
Hen In the appeal suit just dismissed.
The mandate does not refer to 'this appli
cation. Watches FRENZER-15th snd Dodge.
BIBLE GETS SIXTY THOUSAND
Missionary Takes Back Saws;
for School la Far Off
Rev. Frank W. Bible, Presbyterian mis
sionary at Hangchow, China, who passed
through Omaha Tuesday, enroute to the
orient, takes -back $00,000 Instead of $6,000 as
a capricious "llne-o-type" had It for his
American college among the Chinese. This
$00,000 he obtained In the . United. States,
while on his furlourh here.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is famous
for Its cures of coughs, colds and croup.
Now is the time to boost your Christ
mas business by advertising In Tha Bee
FAnTa mD Weak and' nervous men
IKJKJU IUA ho llni their pjwer to
NFRVF work tnd youthfui vigor
ni-exTs-J gone as a result of over
work or mental exertion should take
GRAY'S NERVE FOOD PILLS. They wli
ina.a you eat and sleep and be a niaa
II Box; I boxes 12.50 by malt
SJUatstAV BfoconrHxx.il sa.ua co.
Cor. lets and Dodge Streets. "
OWL DkOS DO MP AMY.
Cor. 16tb and Karaey Sts, Omaha, 3tsb,
RAILWAY TIME CARD COJ,TIN'p
WKBITKH ITAe ItTB St WEHSTEH
Auburn Local .
b S fO pm bll 10 pm
Peel. MUBMselU Jk
. Leave. . Arrive.
Sioux City Express....) I:W pm bll. 46 aia
Omaha Local c 8:30 pm
Sioux City passenger b 8:28 pis
Twin Cily Paaaerger....b 4 SO ant ,
Slo'ig City Local c 8:36 am
Emerson Local b I U pm b I M am
WXIKXT IAILINCI BITWtrX Mo-NTItlAU'
QUkbkO AND UVkttfOOU
NoUlag tartar en the ailaatle las -
WtraMaa aa wn sieaanra.
C. B. bH.NJAaUN. a. a.
8St Be. Clara Bt, Cbtaage. Is,
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