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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEK: DKCKMHER 2f., 1900.
MONEY TO LOAN
Salary Chattels Continued.
MONEY I MONET!! TO LOAN. j
VIONEY. And yours for the asking. If T"
should be in netd of money for
MONKY. or other nrcuwry expenses call
on us mill we '-Mil loan yon ths
MONET, amount Sou ned on you' Fl'I.
MTIRK. PIANO. WAUI:-
MONIi T.. HOUSE kKCEI P I . MOReES.
' ' WAGONS. I'll 'TUKrvS. etc..
wlthout removing t'l fame from
your possi-asloti. will also
LuAN you M')KKY If you have
a steady SAl.A rii position,
ami vou neea no oilier security.
KKMF.MUlili. advertise no
tnuleadlna- rsies and terms; but
are doing the nm' as we bavo
dona for years .Meeting all com- j
r,t If WiTi. i
GOOD, QUICK AND CO.N't'I-
dential d-el la what you wish at I
Holiday time. Tul.. we usurt
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.,
Floor, M7-S Paxton Blk.. N.
cur. 16th and Farnam Sts.
$10 TO $200
DON'T BE BASHFUL i
rnvm TO OUK OKFICK and gat i
ti all th money you need on your furnl- !
It ture, piano or aalary at the
It FOLLOWING HOLIDAY RATES: I
oa a weea poya iu Loan, i
76o a week paya (IS Loan.
Wo a week paya ti Loan.
1.04 a week paya 10 Loan.
11.60 a week
2.10 a week
ti.bi a week
K paya ou uon.
paya 176 Loan,
paya liOO Loan.
Tou can Day month'.y If you wlah.
These payment Include Interest !
ii and nrtn.tnml: no other chances. If tt
tt you have ever borrowed money be- tl
tt for you will realise how much easier II
tl our terma ara than those given by tf
14 other companies. It will pay you to It
nsea us before getting money else- It
where. No red tap. tt
tt Everything strictly confidential. St
U Open till :30 p. m. tl
g OMAHA FINANCIAL CO,
' It 01 Brown Block, opposite Brandels. M
tt 16th St. Entrance. ft
M 'Phones Doug. 203fi. A-203H. S
YOU CAN BORROW tlO.
Or more on your own note; private party;
no red tape. Be Independent of friends.
(Jet what you need now. S20 Paxton Block.
i MERRT CHRISTMAS
HAPPY NEW YEAR
FR1GNPS AND PATRON'S.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
119 Board of Trade BldK.
J. H. WA8SER BURGER, Manager.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE,
WOMEN KEEPING HOUSE AND OTH
ERS, without security; easy payments.
Office In 66 principal cltlrs. Tolman, room
618 New York Life Bldg.
FURNITURE, live Block, salary loans.
Duff Green Loan Co., R. 8, Barker Block.
LOANS "on FURNITURE, PIANOS or
SALARIES. LOANS on your plain note.
LOWEST PAYMENTS IN CITY.
OMAHA CHATTEL BANK. 1404 FA UN AM.
MONEY TO LOAN on chattel security.
Room 406, Barker Block, 15th and Farnam.
t on DIAMONDS. W. FLATAIJ.1514 Dodge
MOVING AND STORING
EXP. Delivery Co., office 16th and Dav
enport Sts. ; warehouse, 1207-09 Izard St.
lat-claes STORAGE A MOVING. COLE'S
KXPRKSS. 1618 Capitol Ave. D. 870, A-S9J7.
OFFERED FOR RENT
Boarding; anil llooma.
DESIRABLE south front filrnlshf d loom
with Itoard; auinmer home; fine lawn, 1J.1
H. 2Mi Ave.
DKWEY European Hotel, 131 It and Far
nam, TWO large nicely furnished rooms; giod
home cooking; rates reasonable ; gentlemen
nnlv. 403 S. 21th St.
DODGE HOTEL Large outside, and
steam heat 'n every room, ratea by week.
NICELY furnished rooms, steam heated,
3d floor. Tel. Douglas 6 01. 1817 Leaven
ONE nice furnished room, single.
ern; private family. ISIS Chicago.
FURNISHED rooms for gentlemen.
S. 13th St.. The Chatham.
NICELY furnished root:;. Strictly mod
em. 217 S. 2oth St. Phone D. 2Wi.
WARM, rooms. 52 per week; fres bath,
Ogden Hotel. Council Bluff.
ROOMS for men. $1 and up. 1617 Cans.
STEAM heated rooms. 201 'J Harney St.
TWO nicely furnished front rooms, com
plete for huus'ke ping, $15 per month, 2018
LARGE, nicely furnished rooms; every
thing modern; steam heat. 211 N. IHth St.
NICELY furnished front room, modern
houae, electric lights, flue bath; reason
able; gentlemen preferred. ' Phone lnd.
heated room; all modern.
TWO nicely furnished roomn. suitH'ule f
two gentlemen, modern and close in.
MODERN rooms, furnished with heat, for j
gentleman or young couple. 216 N. l'jth. '
D. iXi. I
TWO furnUlied looms,
modem. 415 N,
STRICTLY modern rooms, electric light,
hot and cold water, purccluln baili. 911
N. 17th. Douglas 7307.
TWO strictly mudern rooms. 1S14 Chicago.
TWO sleeping rooms. slrUtly modern, 1701
ONE slreplng room and one for light
housekeeping. 117 Davenport. A-2199.
ONtt nicely furnished purlor. Call
Inga. 212 N. 24th. Doualus 4707.
nice all modern
front room. 402 !
. . ... j $1'.E0 4-rooni, part mod. cottuge, iiu
oom for rent. $2.U) alNorih 28th St.
' $15.00 6-room modern flat, in first-class
. , . I rt.nifif.n 1M4 l.Alce Kt.
week. 21 So. Kh.
NICELY furnished room; gas heat; hot
and cold water; 'phone privilege; good lo-
cation; 25S2 Harney St. Tel. Douglas .-,127. I
Apartments iuiI flats.
6 ROOMS. 2d floor, 26 Rmi St.. uih
and toilet. $15. Chi la Byer, 22d and Cum
TO LET Nem' Cornish apartments, aoutn
wrat corner lUih and William: steam
heated and fully modern; location Ideal,
eaty walking distance from wholesale 11s
irict and denots. All Farnam cara paaa
these apartments; one block from Harney
car line. Two apartments finely furnished.
W. FARNAM bMITH CO..
1320 Farnam St. Tela. Doug. 1064 A-1864.
T-R. flats. 617-1! So. lth St.
M20 Farnam. Domt. Ml.
O. O. Powell.
4 -room r.partmeut. $30; steainhvated.
$3J. Immaiiuel, 21st and Howard. Red
TWO or three nicely furnished rooms,
complete fo' hounekerplng ;J1: Jja
apartments. modern, . $1
distant;. 0i U. tbtb.
2. $ or 4-i oom
OFFERED FOR RENT
HnitkrtU( i (oillnf.
A KT'ITF. of three elegant new room,
modern. !M North th.
nwly furnished light ho-usekrepini;
113 8. 2th P.
light housekeeping. 1S01
Fl'RNWHKH, light housekeeping rooms,
gas, hath, reasonable. KH'i ran.
room for house-
2 ROOMS desirable for housekeeping. 811
TWO nicely furnished
room. Vol Leavenworth St.
la a 44?6.
THRBB housekeeping rooma dealrabla for
ono or two parties. 1HU Karnam. I
TWO light housekeeping rooma fur rent;
all modern; furnace heat. Tel. Harney 17M.
STEAM heat, for men, per month, M.
JOHN N. FRF.N7.ER, Frenaer Blk.
House and C'ottasjres.
OMAHA Van A Storage Co.. pack, move,
a!ore, h. h. goods; storehouse, 1120-14 N.
19th: office 30 S. 17th St. Tel. Douglas 1BS3.
a-Ft, MOD. ex. heat. 2911 Douglas fct,
6- H., mod. ex. heat, 20JS Shirley Ft., tin.
7- R. , mod. ex. heat. 24M Charles St., t-X.
t-R., mod. ex. heat, 2S1S N. 19th Ave.
-R., atrlctlv mixlern, 1F.17 8. 26th Bt.. 2S.
8- R., atrlctlv modern, 1IXH Corby St., t27.50.
7- R., new. modern, 119 8. 42d St., H6.
8- R., elegant new brick, good arrange
ment. 2M1 Karnam St., o3.
New 7-R. bungalow, In Dundee, modern,
handy to car, 0117 Capitol Ave., IA'j.
Two new, apartments, one upper and one
lower, I and 6 rooma eacn, 628 and 632 S.
29th Ave.. tI7.) each.
Two new 7-room brick houaea. Just com
pleted, every modern convenience; ma
hogany, oak and birch finish 2110-12 Chi
cago Bt.. M each. .
10 rooma, modern, steam heat, 621 Park.
11 rooma, mod., (it earn heat, 2124 Daven
port Bt., I7u. ,
rooms, modern, 645 3. 24th Ave., 35 per
GEORGE tt CO.. 1601 Farnam St.
TWO new five-room cottagea, Just com
pleted, located on Vinton atreet, one-half
block east of the west aide Hanacom park
car line; modern except heat; rental 120
pr month or will put In furnace for
7" R0 per month. Tel. Mr. Heyden, Doug.
1806 or Web. 621.
HOUSES, insurance. Ring-wait, Barke.rBlk
P'OR RENT -roorr. brick house, a'l mod
ern, on car line. C. M. ,Bachraann, 430
2967-C8 PACIFIC, 8-room bricks, strictly
modern, excellent condition. $40.
BENSON & MYERS CO..
Phone Douglas 746. -412 N. Y. Life Bldg.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS packed, forwarded;
cheap freight rates; moving and storing.
Expressmen's Delivery Co. Tel. Doug. 294.
2813 Woolworth Ave., 8 tooms, mod., $25.
2250 Chicago, 8, rooms, modern, $40.
2919 Mason, 10 rooms, modern, $31.60.
221 California, 6 rooms, 116.
60fl Hamilton, 5 rooms, $15.
KING WALT BROS.. 306 S. 15th St.
214 S. K5th. 6-r
1234 Park Wild
mod. ex. heat, $23.
Ave., 8-r. mod, tM.
1422 N. 19th,
10-r. all mod. flat. $30.
1512 S. 5th.
4-r. city water, $10.
8. 17th. 9-r. all mod. $
WRKETT & TEBBENS,
423 Bee Bldg. Tel. Doug. 4754 or A-1764.
12th and Martha, 5-room cottage, modern
except heat $18.
28th and Spauldlng. B-room cottage,"rnod-
ern except heat $20.
Modern furnished rooms In good locations
-$12 to $16.
OMAHA RENTAL EXCHANGE.
214 Karbach Block. Tel. D. 3519,
2008 N. 24th St., 6 rooms, $14.50.
1911 I sard, 6 rooms, $17.
2412 Parker St., 6 rooms, $17.
2203 N. lKth St., 8 rooms, modern, $36.
26 Douglas. 8 rooms, $27.50.
1125 S. illst. 8 rooms. $40.
JOHN N. FRENZEIt. BOTH "PHONES.
NEW modern seven-room house; hard
wood floors throughout. $?.7.50 month. 119
South 42d street. A. II. Williamson, Amer
ican Radiator Co.
Rent Dated From January 1, 1810.
7-R., mod. ex. heat, 2612 Bristol St., $20.
7-R.. 3521 N. 28th St., $15.
T-R.. New mod., tile bath and reception
hall. 2110 Chicago St., $50.
6-R.. mod. ex. heat, 121 N. 87th St., $18.
6-R.. new mod. St. Louis flat, 2102 Cali
fornia St.. $30.
6-R., new mod. St. Louis flat, 2104 Cali
fornia St.. $37.60.
C-R., mod. ox. heat, 624 Bancroft St.. $21.
9-R., mod., new heating plant, suitable for
rooming house, $40.
594 Brandels Bldg. Phone. Doug. 1670.
GOOD HOUSES FOR RENT.
New. 7-r.. mod. house, 119 Sc. 42d St., $42.50.
Steam heated flat in Davldge Bldg., $35.00
Two rooms in Davldge Bldg., $30.00.
8-r., mod. house, 1148 So. 29th St., $30.00.
16-r.. mod. house, 2225 Sherman Ave., $i.0O.
JOHN W. ROBB1NS, 1802 Farnam St.
ELEGANT new 8-room flat, all the most
modern; 1st floor finished In mahogany;
2d floor curlv birch, natural finish. Price
$50, 2110 Chicago. Inquire 2108 Chicago.
8-room house. West Farnam district.
No. '421'! Farnam, south froivt lot, two
blocks from Farnam cur line on paved
street, strictly all modern, house in flrst
cliiss condition, good furnace, rental $35
per month. Tel. Mr. Hayden, Doug. 1606,
or Web. 621. -
NO EQUAL Steam heat, all modern, 7
rooms, hall, bath and basement. 220 N.
1 1 II 'Cl.'O In all parts
' ' ' ' " ' Crelgh
Sons & Co.,
4533 N. S9TH ST.. one block from Ames
Ave. car. new 5-l'oom modern cottage.
l!vtiy cheap at $16. J. V". Hasp Co., Bran
' j dels Bldg.
I u u liwui ! ufAi.il as. I J u vunui
r. DAAtfC ft A 1 Kntli uml rnllul
1 Rues St.. $15.
rooms, 2d floor
toilet. 1902 Parker St.
u-room house, modern, 2606 Bristol St.. $25.
I looms, modern except heat, 4U9 William
CHRIS BOYER. 22d and Cuming Sts.
FOR RENT 8 rooms; city water, 1828 N.
Kth S;. C. M. llachmanu, 436 Paxton Blk.
Tel.. 2639. Rea., 1). 5066.
4-ROOM mndo.n. 1110 N. 22d.
cottage. 3U18 Ohio.
Curlberg. 1111 N. Y.
$20; mod. except
FOR RENT On or about Jan. 1, 1810, 8
room, all modern house; combination fix
ture. C. M. Bachman, 436 Paxton Blk.
HOUSES Peters Trust Co., N.Y.LIfe Bldg.
$12.00 4-ROOM, part mod., 708 North 28th
f 18.W 6-roum modern flat, 1206 North
ROBINSON WOLF, 135 Paxton Block.
rifiS DOUULAS. 8-room, $27.50. John K.
l-'renrer. Both Phones. ,
MODERN, 8-room house, 216 S. S5th Ave.
Phone Douglss 4-7.
FOR RENT West Fsrnam, 2-story,
rooms and bath, stairway to floored attic,
laun.'.ry In basement, furnace, electric and
gas combination, cement basement heater,
gas range and all window ahades free,
newly papered and painted; rent $30. Apply
at house. 44 Farnam St., or
WILLOWS, 864 BRANDEia BLDG.
7-ROOM modern houae, laundry, furnace,
Hanacom park district, $15. Tel. jtlarney 468.
MAGOARD Van A Storage Co. D. 14.
Pack, store and ship household goods.
HOUSES, flats. Garvin Bros., 31$ N. Y. L.
7 ROOMS, modern house. 1606 Spruce St.
11. 1. Plumb, 110 S. 18th St.
BRICK houae, 214 Dewey Ave., 7-room,
modern. Mover Stationery Co., 1616 Far
I NEW six-room houae: etrtctly modern;
I i S. 35th Ave. U Mclver, Hayden Bros.,
OFFERED FOR RENT
Hofje.es and rltae Ceallaafi.
ONE MONTH FREE
If taken at once we will rent you the
-room brick, all moiiern house. 40ft North
39th St., and give you a month's rent free;
key next door north.
NOWATA T.AND LOT CO.,
Suite tc4. New York Life Bldg.
272.1 S. th. 7-r., 1 blk. to Farnam line, $25.
281 N. ISth. 7-r., 1 blk. to N. I4th line, at
W Sherman Ave., 6-r.. on on floor. $.10.
S902 Caas, t-r., excellent location, fine lot,
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
10M N. T. Life. Douglas or A-2152.
LARGE cottage. 6 rooma and bath. Har
wood Harwood. 41 Uee bldg.
4x44 FEET, ground floor. 10th and Doug
laa. Peters A Kdholm Co.
1-story brick warehouse, about 5.W si.
feet, with trackage, and on street car line',
160 per month. Possession January 1st,
J. H. DUMONT & SOX,
Phons Douglas 690. 1605 Farnam St.
I WANT an offer for the two atnry brick
building at 121! and 1215 Howard atreet.
Will rent for t)0 a month. Eaetern owner
will sell cheap,
THOMAS BRENNAN, ,
Room ' 1 New York Life Bulldlnfr.
816 8. 16TH ST.
New, modern store room, 1.175 sq. ft. floor
apace, heat furnished, 2A per mo, lease J
to 10 years.
524 S. 16TH ST.
Modern Btore room, "COO block." 22::6d ft.,
heat furnished; good, light basement, price
620 S. 16TH ST.
22x 60 ft.; new, up-to-date front, good
basement, $75 per mo.
1611 HOWARD ST.
22x60 ft., good basement, new front to bo
Installed, tl25 per mo.
GEORGE & CO., 1601- Farnam St. D-756.
1508 Webster St.. all modem brick building-
with basement. $25.
BIRKETT & TEBBENS,
423 Bea Bldg. Tel. Doug. 47ftf or A-1754
S-STORY and basement building, 114-116
N. 16th St.; steam heat; suitable for store
or manufacturing plant.
FELL & PlNKERTON CO.,
408 First National Bank BUlg.
FINE cement laundry room for rent, has
never been occupied. Iarge holler room
and fifty-foot stack. Good location in erow-
Inir on.n of a 000. Address Castle & Rouan.
1902 N. 24th, corner, brick. $30.
JOHN N. FRENZER. BOTH 'PHONES.
OFFERED FOR SALE
FOR SALE A fancy buffet sideboard,
birch-mahogany finish, built especially for
club. Also display Icebox, serving counter
and large humidor. Should be seen to bo
appreciated. Very low price, for Immediate
Bale. Address The Brunswlck-Balke-Col-lender.
Co., 409 S. 10th St.. Omaha, Neb.
NICE Iron bed with box mattress,
gain. 216 N. 22d.
1VERS & POND piano, almost new,
cheap. 106 McCague block.
SECOND hand typewriters sold, repaired
Central Typewriter Exchange, 1607 Farnam
AT CUT. PRICES
We save you from 60c to
$1.50 on every ton and give
better coal. We guarantee correct weights.
Rosenblatt's Cut Price Coal Co.
COAL 6 baskets, $1. Dry kindling, a load.
$1 delivered. Star Ice & Coal Co. 1.. 4ltti
SAFES, new and second-hand. 1110 Farru
"FOR SALE New and 2d-hand hllllBid
and pool tables. We lead the world in
cheap bar fixtures, easy payments. Bruna-
wlck-Balke-couenaer, wi o. wm en.
CALENDAR pads. Burkley Printing Co..
NEW LOCATION, 417 S. 12th St.
DRUGS at cut prices; freight paid on all
$10 orders; catalogue free. Sherman & Mc
Concell Drug; Co., Omaha, Neb.
SCHOLARSHIP on leading business col
lege for sale at discount. Address P-606,
LARGE stk. atovee, turn.; must sell next
80 days. Bell Fur. Co., 1406 Dodge, R. 3631.
HALL'S safes, new, 2d-hand, 1818 Farnam
WE HAVE on hand a number of ink bar
rels which we will sell ut 50c each. They
are fine for rain water or ashes. Call at
pressroom Bee Publishing Co.
tlftftTVIAT, u'8 eood; try It. Hai
TpO.UV tUAU 4 Weeth. Both 'ph
ABOUT 1,5(10 feet Vinch wire clble, sec
ond hand; will sell at bargain. Apply H.
W. Baker, Supt. Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
OVERCOATS slightly used al a bar
gain. A. B. SINGER, 416 N. lull.
FOR SALE A good second-hand cash
register, suitable for a saloon. Address 821
ZD-HAND oak counter, hand-curved mar
ble cashier plate; wire wicket about 40 ft.,
odd shape; will fit a room 20 feet wide.
Can be seen at storage houae. For furlhet
particulars 'phone Douglas 238, Bee Build
All of the exterior
lumber at the Corn
show, nil new. briirr. t
stock. See A. L. Patrick at the building'
or 421 Bee Bldg.
DIRT CHEAP Winchester rifles, take
downs, one 83 high power, one 32 automatic
also 6x7 box cumera, .all good as new.
Address H-817, Bee.
JOHNSON INST.. 418 N. Y. L. Tel. D. 1664
Dr. Kathryn Nicholas. .Vis N. Y. L. Bldg
D. O. BARNELL, Paxton Blk. Tel. Red 7111.
HUFFMAN. 318 Neville Bldg. Book free.
PATENTS that protect and pay, advice
and books free; rates reasonable; highest
references; best results. Watson K. Cole
man, patent lawyer. Washington. D. C
Private confinement home. Mrs. Dr. King.
1324 N. 24th. Tel. Web. iub'J. Ind. B-lioS.
7Trjcand toupes for men. GRIFFITH
rcd 14 FRENZEH BLK.
Arlene de Vov. Manicuring and massage
620 S. ltitli St. Flat 8. 'Phone D. 7686.
PRIVATE HOME during confinement;
babies for adoption. Good Samaritan Sanl
torium. 740 1st Ave.. Council Bluffs, la.
MME. ALLEN of Chicago, salt glow, mag
netlo and masssge treatments. 2t7 N. 7tn
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits csst-ofi
clothing. In fact auytblng you uo not neeo
We collect, repair and sell at 134 N. 11th
St., for cost of collection, to the worthy
poor. Call 'phone Douglas 4136 and wagon
MASSAGE AND BATHS.
It. 808 Old Boston Store Bldg.. 4lh floor.
12 So. 16th St. Stairway on Douglas St.
JOS1K WASHBURN'S new book. "The
Underworld Sewer," sold at ull book stores
price. $1 50.
0X)D apple older; everybody likes !t.
Muller makes the best. Tel. Harney S5251.
SWEDISH massage. $07 N. 17th St.
r nWPin treatment. Mme. Smith,
MAUN til lJ m a. w,n Bt., thlril floor.
A HOME for women during confinement.
We find homes for babies where mothers
cannot care for them. Babies hoarded.
For terma address Mrs. Martha A l.ee,
01 Bsncrnft St.. Omaha, Neb. 'Phone
OMAHA Ftamtnerers' Ins., Rnmgs Bldg.
I'll. KQOKRS' private confinement noma
1518 Martha St. Phone Douglas G:.T0.
STRICTLY private Imnie for confine,
ments; trained nurse; babies for adoptions.
2ilS Davenport St.
SITERFUOUS hair, warts and moles
permanently removed by electricity; con
sultation free and confidential; all work
guaranteed. Mlsa Allender, 1'4 Bee Bldg.
WANTED Capable actor and actress, one
nltrht stands; wardrobe, appearance) very
essential. Wire, write or telephone) Fred
Gordon. Tckanmh, Neb.
SEE large Illustrated display nd on piige H.
MISS LA CRANE, baths, massage. 1617
Dodge St., baacmeut flat. Hours, 10 a. m.
to 9 p. m.
Screenings $1.60 100 lbs. Wagner, $01 N. 16 tU
BARRED and White Rocks, prise stock
at bargains. Wm. Fischer. Strnble, la.
BUFF Wyandotte. 100 cockerela and pul
lets. Geo. M. Deyoe, Mason City, la.
H. P. STONE & CO. poultry yards have
some fine bargains In Rose Comb R. I.
Red cockerels at tl to t3. I guarantee to
please you. My circular of pen mating Is
free. Rrady December 15. H. P. Stone
& Co.. Platte Center, Neb.
WE BUY poultry and egus. Can use sev
eral thousand. Culver Poultry Farm, Ben
ALSKN Poultry Farm For sale, White
Rock cockerels; price, $2 to $5. These birds
are Just like my first premium cockerela at
the Interstate fair. Price list free. H. P.
Larson, Hereford, S. D.
'PHONE IND. A-2C20 for good printing.
Lyngstad Printing Co., 16th & Capitol Ave.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
IMPROVED ACRE TRACT FOR RENT.
25 acres, on Dodge St. road, near Dun
dee, good 6-room house and other out
buildings, land In good condition. Terms
of lease on application.
GEOUGB & CO.. 1601 Farnam St. D-756.
LAND FOR RENT.
Forty acres of land. 7-room house, large
barn, small pasture, about 1 mile south of
Douglas 987. 501 N. Y Life
REAL ESTATE LOANS
5i and 6
- City Mortgages
On hand and for Bale In amounts
from 500 to $3,000.
OVER "TWENTY YEARS LOANING
ON OMAHA REAIj ESTATE
WITHOUT LOSS TO CLIENT.
Money to Loan Np Delay.
. 318 N. Y. Life Bldg.
$500 to $5,000 on homes in Omaha. O'Keete
Real Estate Co., 1001. il. Y. Life. Doug, or
LOANS to home owners and home build
era, with privilege of making partial pay
ments ae'mi-annually No commission.
W. H. THOMAS,
(03 First National Bank Bldg.
SECOND MORTGAGE loans negotiated.
Apply Rooms 417-18 First National Bank
Bldg. Bell phone Douglas 2318.
Always on, hand and for sale In
amounts from $300 to $3,000.
BENSON & MYERS,
412 N. Y. Life Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead.
Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam.
PETERS TRUST COMPANY
N. Y. Life Bldg.
FIVE PER CENT MONEY
to loan on
Omaha Business Property.
Room 1. New York Life Bldg:
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnum Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam St.
PAYNE, BOSTWICK & CO.. N. Y. Life.
Private money, $.'iOO to $5,000; low rate.
LOWEST RATES Bern is. Brandels Bldg.
GARVIN BROS.. 318 N. Y.
$ao0,00 on Improved property.
Life, $-"00 to
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR
6. and 7-room houses. If prices are right
we can sei, your property for you.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 74 N. Y. Life Bldg.
1 WANT Information about a guod grain
or stock farm for sale. 1 know of over
1.000 buyers, willing to pay your price. I
can tell you how to find them. Write me
about It and let'a ace If we can close up a
deal. Address at once. Arthur Capper,
Dept. 25, Topeka, Kan.
FROM OWNER. In good location. 6 or
6-room house. Address M-700, care Bee.
IF YOU HAVE
a 6 to 7-room cottage, close In, that you
want to sell at a bargain, come in. I am
In the market for two or three and will
pay spot cash, but they must be bargains
and be well located and In good condition.
W. W. MITCHELL,
Board of Trade Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
FROM OWNERS ONLY.
6 OR 7-ROOM. modern or part modern
home In north or northwest part of city.
Slate price and terms. D 813. Bee.
FOUR BRAND NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE"
In southeweslern part of Omaha, free
from Incumbrance of any kind, modern.
Want land at rirht price.
Meat market, alaugliter house. Ice houae
doing fine business in growing Nebraska
town. Want Omaha property or land.
8-room modern house, laige lot. east front,
In western part of Omaha. Want clcu.'
land; price must be right; we have no
time for whittling. 1
NOWATA LAND LOT CO..
Bulte 624 New York Life Bldg.
TO EXCHANGE 1C0 acres land, central
Dawson Co., Neb., clear, half cultivation,
for mules, horses, Shetland ponies or North
Dakota land. T. E. Wolfenden, Cosad. Neb.
WHEN answering these adverUaemcnU,
kindly mention The Be.
f HAVE FOR CITY INCOME
property $1 500 stock of hardware, $7,000
strck general merchandise, 40 acres good
Nebraska farm land, 3?0 acres Improved
Nebraska rarm. z sections unimproved Ne
braska land, 40 acres Improved Colorado
Irrigated farm; for merchandise, 160-ac.re
eastern Nebraska farm, 820-acre central
Nebraska farm. 320-acre Nebraska farm
joining county seet. 4M-aere. well Improved
proved Iowa farm, 190 acre well Improved
Colorado Irrigated farm: for fsrm land.
$3,500 stock hardware and buildings, ti.600
hardware and brick store building, i.w
stock general merchandise and brick etore
building, $9,000 general merchandise, $16,000
general merchandise, $18,000 general nier
chandlse. $3rt,0n0 general merchandise, and
others. Not one cjf these are trading storks
or lands and I have them direct rrom tne
owners, who for various reasons wish to
make a change. i
W. AY. MITCHELL,
Board of Trade Bldg. Omaha, Nob.
FOR EXCHNGE Unincumbered city
and country pr. - rty, Kansas and Texas,
for mining stoca. Kansas Selling Co.,
WANTED TO BUY
BEST price paid for second-hand furnl.
tuie, carpets, clolbing and shoes. Tel. Ljug
BALTIMORE Id-hand store pays best
price Id-hand furniture, clothes. Co. D 4206.
HIGHEST price paid for broken watches,
old gold, etc. M. Nathan, 211 H. 13th.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED at once by party of t, for I
or 3 months suite of furnished rooms
lth board In private family. Location
must be good. Willing to pay liberally
for tatlafactory rooma. Address W-7U.
WANTED By young man. place to work
for board while attending Boyles college.
POSITION WANTED By a competent
ladv bookkeeper. Address "P" Omaha Bee,
Council Bluffs, la.
desires engagements to assist vocal stu
dents In practice; also for aolo and chorus
work. Oratorio experience. Address Bee,
WANTEI PoMltlon as traveling sales
man with reliable wholesale. Jobbing or
manufacturing company; have had 16
years' experience; was with last employ
ers six consecutive years. Address 11 783,
Bee, or 'Phone Douglas 132."., Room 2.
WOULD like to hear from party who
would Invest In wholesale and Jobbing; na
ture of business, standard line. Address J
784. Bee, or 'Phon Douglas 1325, Room 2.
GOOD linotype operator-machinist wants
work in good town; union or unorganized.
John Kratzer, Geneva, Neb.
YOUNG man (experienced) desires posi
tion as cashier, hotel clerk, house detective
or any responsible position; best refer
ences. Address S 791, Bee.
THE MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a spe
cial meeting of the Stockholders of The
Missouri 1'aclflo Kallway company win be
held at the principal office of said Com
pany, in the Missouri Paciflo Building, No.
706 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:
(a) To adopt a code of by-laws for the
(b) To ratify, assent to and arprove a
certain Indenture of lease bearing date the
16th day of July, 1909, by and between
Boonville, St. Louis & Southern Railway
Company, a corporation of the State of
Missouri, end this Company and authorized
on behalf of this Company at a meeting of
the Board of Directors, held on the 16th
day of August, 1909.-
(c) To ratify, assent to and approve the
purchase by this Corrany of the whole or
any part of the railroads and other prop
erty and franchises of all or any of the
following named railroad companies:
Carthage and Western Railway Company,
Joplln and Western Railway Company, St.
Louis, Oak Hill and Carondelet Railway
Company, Sedalia, Warsaw and South
western Railway Company, The Kansas
City Northwestern Railroad Company, The
Nebraska Southern Railway Company,
Omaha Belt Railway Company, Omaha
Southern Railway Company, Pacific Rail
way Company in Nebraska, The Pueblo
and State Lins Railroad Company, and
Kansas and Arkansas Valfey Railway.
(d) For the puipose of refunding under
lying mortgage bonds and equipment obli
gations of the Company and for other cor-
porate purposes, to consent 10, concur in
and authorize an Increase oJ ihe bonded
Indebtedness of The Missouri Paciflo Rail
way Company, by the amount of $175,O0O,0U0
by the Issue of Gold Bonds of the Com
pany, limited in the aggregate to the
principal amount of $175,000,000 at any one
time outstanding, to bear Interest at a rate
or rates not to exceed five per ceut per
annum, payable semi-annually, and all or
any part of suoh bonds, as the Board of
Directors may determine, to be convertible
at the option of the holders and registered
owners thereof into stock of the Kallway
Company upon such terms and otherwise
as the Board of Directors may determine;
and to consent to concur in and authorize
the execution and delivery of a murtgage
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
auch issue 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 $25,000,000 par value of the
bonds of the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and
Southern Railway Company.
(f) To ratlfv the proceedings of the
Board of Directors theretofore taken In
and about the matters aforesaid, Including
the authorUatior of nald bonds and mort
gage and deed of trust and thn use to be
made of said bonds, and to consider and
act upon such other buniness as may
properly be transacted at the meeting.
The stock transfer books of the Company
will be closed at 8 P. M. on the 7th day
of January, 1910. and will remain closed
until 10 A. M. on the 19th day of January,
Dated. New YorK. November 17th, 1909.
By order of the Board of Directors.
GEORGE J. GOULD, President.
A. H. CALEF.-Secretary.
"The Missouri Pacific Railway Company,
195 Broadway. New Yorl Nov. 30th, 1909
To the Stockholders of The Missouri Pacific
Railway Company Referring to the notice
sent to Vou November 17th. 1909, calling a
special meeting of the Stockholders of this
Company to be held on the 18th flay of Jan
uary. 1910, you are notified that the stock
transfer books ot this Company will be
clostd at S o'clock p. in. December 8th,
1909, instead of January 7th. 1910, and re
main closed until 10 o'clock a. m. January
19th, 1910. This change in date la 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. A. H. CALE1,
Nov. 18 to Jan. 18. Secretary.''
Nov. 18 to Jan. 18.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING OFFICE
cf Le-Glase-Andresen Hardware com
pany, Omaha. Nebraska, December 11, 109.
Notice Is hereby given to the stockholders
of Iee-Olass-Andreesen Hardware Com.
puny that the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the company will be held at the
office of the said company, corner of Ninth
and Harney atresia. In the city of Omaha,
In the state ot Nebraska, on Tuesday, Jan
uary U, A. D. 19'.0, st I o'clock p. m., for
the purpose of electing a board of direct
ors for the company to serve during the
ensuing year, rod to transact such other
business as may be presented at such
meeting. H. J. LEE, President
Attest: W. M. GLASS. Secretary..
Dil to J 11
OMAHA. DEC. 22. 1909.-NOTICB IS
hereby given that the annual meeting of
the stockholders of Jhe Omaha Oas com
pany will be held al the office of the
company, 15US Howard street, at 10:30 a. m.,
Monday, January S, 1U10. for the election of
directors for the enauing year, and for
the transaction of such business aa may
come before the meeting.
FRANK T. HAMILTON, President.
GEORtilli W. CLABAUUH, Secretary.
' ; rtr -y
WHY NOT USE Srviuot
t Tv-e TSs. rw ?y V 1
Are you one of those who are trying to break Into success by "Hard
Knocks?" Why not use the key? This key has opened the door of
success to a large number of young people, and It will open it to you if
you have sufficient pluck and energy to use it.
THE MOSHER-LAMPMAN COLLEGE
does not pretend to be the largest business college in all the United
States west of Chicago, but it's the school that gets results; it's the
school that gives its students the most thorough business training; it's
the school that opens the door of success.
THE MOSHER-LAMPMAN COLLEGE
should not be confounded with the ordinary business school; it's a
SCHOOL THAT STANDS IN A CLASS BY ITSELF
Its faculty is compoHed of experts; its courses in Bookkeeping,
Penmanship, Shorthand, Typewriting, etc.. are unequaled.
The biggest business concerns in this section of the country are call
ing for Moslier-Lainptriait (irailuates. Just this week the president of
one of the largest banks in Nebraska culled at the college to secure one
of our graduates for a responsible position.
Be one of tbe large Dumber who will join us January 3d, and pre
pare to win success. Call or write for catalogue.
17th and Farnam Streets
RAILWAY TIME CARD
BURLINGTON STA TUTU Jt MASOIf
Denver and CaIlforla..a 4 10 pm
Puget Sound Ex a 4:10 pin
Nebraska points a 8:20 am
Black Hills a 4:10 pm
Northwest Ex all:0 pm
Nebraska points a k: am
Lincoln Mall b 1:20 pm
Nebraska Ex a 8:16 am
Lincoln Local a 7:25 pra
tchuyler-Plattsmoulh .b 4:0.' in
plattsmouth-Iowa a 1:18 am
Beilevue-Piatumoutb ..rU:30 pm
Colorado Limited ll :! m
ChicaKO Special a 7:20 am
Chicago Ex. a 4:20 pre
Chicago Fast Ex a 6:90 pm
Iowa Local a 8:15 am
St. Louis Ex a 4:55 pm
Kansas City & St. Joe.al0:45 pm
Kansas City St. Joe.. a 9:15 am
Kansas City Ac St. Joe. a 4:uj pui
a 145 pm
a (:10 pm
a 6:10 pm
a 6:10 pm
a 7:10 am
a 6:10 pm
a 6:10 pro
b 9 .OS am
a 7:60 pin
b 10:20 am
a 8:59 am
a 2:40 pm
a 7:10 am
a 8:6 pm
a 1:00 am
a 6:45 ara
a 6:10 pia
UNION STATION 10TH - MASO.V
, Leave. Arrive.
Overland Limited a 7:30 am all :59 pm
China and Japan Mall.. a 4:00 pm a 6:50 pm
Atlantic Express ...... a :30 am
Oregon and Washington
Limited al2:01 am a 6:45 am
Los Angeles Limited. ...12:55 pm a 8:50 pm
r,.rilnnrl Soeclal al2:55 Dm a 8:50 Din
Colorado Special a 1:45 am a 7:30 am
North fiaue jocai a sua am h ;upm
Colorado Express a 3:50 pm a 5:00 pm
Grand Island Local a o zspm au:xuam
Lincoln-Beatrice Local.. bl2: 40 pm b 1.20 pm
Valparaiso and Central
City bl2:40pra Sl.JOpr-
Chteaco, RooIk 4s raclflo
Rocky Mountain Ltd.... a 2:40 am al0:30 pm
t T n ii I a fi-411 m A 4-Hfl Am
Chicago Day Express... a 7:42 am all:30pm
Dus Moines jocat a i:vu pm au:.w pm
Iowa Local bl0:35 am b :65 pm
-1. 1 o .... 1. a t a r-n TCy . 1-40 nin a 1 : in nm
Chicago-Nebraska Ltd.. a 6:08 pm a 8:02 pm
vv jus r.
for Lincoln a 1:25 am a 6:47 pm
Colo., and Cat. Ex a 1:26 pm a 4:30 pm
Okla. and Texas Ex. ...a 4:05 pm a 1:00 p;a
Rocky Mountain ua...,w; iim a z:& aiu
Colorado-Chicago a 7:45 am a 1:10 am
Chicago Daylight Kpl....a 7:00 am all. &a ara
Omaha-Chicago Local.. aU :0a pm aU:4opio
Colorado-Chicago a a:20 pm a 1:28 pro
Omaha-Chicago Special. a :U3 pm a7:wara
Paoltlo Coast-Chicago. . .a ;tt pra a 3:ia pro
Ulmitcu a:10pm al2:05 pm
Overland Limited... al2:15 am a?:Uuaia
Carroll Local a am a .66 pra
Fast Local Cedar
RaDlds-Omaha 1:35 pm
NORTH WHSTSKK LINE-NORTH.
Twin City and Dakota
.Daylight a 7:50am al0;20pm
Minnesota and Dakota. .a 7 :VO pm
Twin City Limlteu al:00pu. a 7 :10am
Sioux City Local a J.l pm , a 1:28 pm
Omaha a : am
Omaha all :00 am
NORTHWESTERN LINE WEST.
Norfoik-Boneuteel a 7 50 ara al0:30 pm
Lincoln-Long Piue a 7:50 am all:00am
Noriolk-South Platte... o i. 16 pm b 5:20 pra
Hastlngs-Superioi b 2.15 pm b 6:30 pm
Deadwood-Hot Springs. a pm a 6:20 pm
Casper-Lander pm aia
Fremont-Albion btJOpm bl:Jopiu
K C. and St. L. Ex. ...a :40 am
K. C. and St. L. Kx. nv.
Sat. 12 P- rr. all:15pm
Chicago Express a 7:15 am
Chicago Limited a 6:tW pin
Minn.-St. Paul Exp o 7:10am
Klnn.-St. Paul Ltd a 6:o0 pm
Omaha-Ft. Dodgs Local. b 4:15 pm
a 6:35 am
a 6 50 pra
a 8:45 pm
a 7:15 am
a 7:15 ara
Real Estate dealers
place their ads
according to results
Classified Real Estate Advertising
Dec. 1, 1909, to Dec. 20, 1909.
Bee, ..... 867 inches
Nearest competitor, 772 inches
Gain over same-period of 1908
Bee, . . . . .
The same old story,
RAILWAY TIME CARD"
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. raal -
Overland Limited atf.10 am a 7:06 am
Omaha-Chgo. Express.!, i.ou am a :30 am
Colorado Special a 7:40 ara a 1:30 ara
Colo. -Calif. Expivss....a 6:00 pm a 1:26 pra
l'erry-omaha Local ....b 6:14pm all:0pua
Ihlcaa-o Great Westers.
Chicago Limited a 5:00 pm
Twin City Limited a 8:30 pra a 8:00 am
Chicago Express a 1:45 pin
Twin City Kx press a s:00 am a 1:00 pnt
Omaha-St. Louis Exp.. a 6:30 pm a 9:26 ana
Mall and Express a 7:30 am all:15 pra
Stanberry Local (from
Council Bluffs) b 6:00 pm bl0:15 am
WKB9TER ITA-iSTn c WEBJTEQ
Ihicaajo, at. Psal,
b S:f0 pm M2:10 pm
.b 2:00 pm
a 6:26 Dm
Sioux City Express.,
b :20 pra
Twin City Passercer....b 1:90 am
Slovx City Local c 8:36 am
Emorson Local b 6:56 pm b 8:10 ara
An old church In New York has been
sold to a dry goods firm, and the latest
fashions will now be exhibited there six
days in the week.
A return to the simple services or years
ago was advocated by Bishop J. II. Vincent
In an address before the Chicago Metho-
dlst preachers' meeting. The hUhop spoko
on A sane sabbatn urogram, ana asuea
hU listeners to give up theatrical displuya
in the church and return to practices such
as the Quakers used years ago. "Too
much symbolism weakens faith," Contin
ued the bishop. "Our congregations coma
to our churches an milliners' and tailors'
dummies rather than modestly garbed as
they should be,"
One hundred and sixty-three thousand
dollars still remains to be subscribed bo
fore December 31 In order to secure Mrs.
Russell Sage's offer of I.'iOO.OHO and create
the endowment fund of U,000,0U0 for the
American Bible society. Seventy-four
thousand dollars has been added since the
issue of bulletin No. 6. The largest gift
Included in this sum Is $10,000. Widespread
and growing Interest appears in the sub
scriptions aaily reoelved. A gift haidly
less notable than the one just mentioned is
$T from a missionary In Korea, another tf
gift is from a Grand Army veteran oC
small means In Ohio, who baa been a con
tributor to tbe society since 1849, a church
in the New England states composed of
Armenian Immigrants from Turkey send
U to tbe fund because, aa the pastor re
marks, they know what they owe to the
Iiible society. In answer to a special ap
peal for a Chrlatmas dollar letters front
every state In the union bring gifts front
$1 or U up to 11,000.
The groat Episcopal cathedra on Morn
ingside Heights, New York City, is nearlng
completion faster than most of us Imagine.
For years it has Btood, a magnificent
skeleton, dominating the upper part of the
city, with only the crypt sufficiently far
advanced for services, but now the main
building Is nearly half finished, and 11 is
expectod that service will be hold In It
about Easter time. The choir la quite
finished, except for the reredos, stalls slid
mosaic flooring, and these are being put
In now. The orosslng under the c-niral
dome has been inclosed with temporary
walls until such time as the nave can be
added, and the cathedral is ready to hold,
evon In Its present state, 8,000 iersons a,
larger audience than any other church In
the clt.v, except St. Patrick's cun find room
for. Two of the seven chapili also are
quit finished, and this week It was an
nounced that a third would be given In
memory of the late Bishop Potter. N hen
St. John's Is completed it will rank as
the fourth largest cathedral In the world.
but worth repeating.
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