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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1911)
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MONKY TO IXU.N
biliary mill IMititeW,
WHY USE OUIi
nEOAT'Pn you cm borrow It on vnur
HOUSEHOLD njnXITl'RK, PIANOS,
AUTOMOBILES, HANK ROOlCS. WARE
HOUSE RECEIPT. REAL. K STATU and
SALARIES In a few hours' time, pri
vately and CHEAPER than any otlmi
concern. No 'MATTER JluW CHEAP
You ruay refund the loan In small
weekly or monthly payments that Boon
Bet you out- of debt.
Our business Is as rrlvate a a lank
and your friends, relative and employer
know nothing about It. No delay. Each
application given prompt attention.
Call on us for money t pay all your
bills and you will find It quick and easy
KELIABLE CREDIT CO.
Third Floor, SOS f'axton Block. 217 8. 10th.
'Phones: Douglas Mil and A-H1L
AT REASONABLE HATES.
Nebraska Loau Co.,
rSO Bee Bldg. Douglas 1356. A-1350.
f! Monov fnr F.vrrvhntK M
$10 10 $100.
(I LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIANOS,
at charges you can afford, and
without the red tape and delay you
experience with other companies.
ESTABLISH YOV.'R CH13U11'
HERE. It s as C.OOD AS A BANK
ACCOUNT IN TIME OF NEED.
NOTE THESE RATES;
J1U, you pay back $11.50.
i5, you pay back 117.00.
t'n, you pay back $28.00.
$5u you pay back $56.01.
NO OTHER CHARGES.
Weakly or Monthly Payments.
OMAHA FINANCIAL CO..
300-10 Brown Blk. Opposite Bran
t dels. B. E. Cor. 16th and Uoutflad,
$$ 'Phone Douglas IwSi.
IMIMIIMM Stiff If $$!
DIAMOND loans at 2Vs and i per cent.
YV. C. Flatau, lult Dodge. Red 5tl.
. . THANKSGIVING MONEY.
I aa good here as your employer's la at
TOUR PLAIN NOTE
Is all we ask no security, no indorser.
We are making
SPECIAL THANKSOIVINO RATES.
Borrow $10.00, return 40o per week.
Borrow $20.0), return KOc per week.
Borrow $30.00, return 11.20 per week.
Borrow 140.00, return $1.60 per week.
Borrow $50.00, return $2.00 ier week.
Call and let us explain.
OMAHA TRUST CO.,
437 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. Doug. 6111.
MONEY loaned salaried people, women
keeping house and others, without se
curity; easy payments. Offices In 67 prin.
clpal cities. Tolman, 503 Omaba Nat l
Bank Bldg., formerly N. Y. Life Bldg.
OFFERED FOtt RENT
Board d Moouis.
O. M. E. hauls-trunks. D. fill. A-26U.
Portola, lamlly note!, 25th Ave and Har.
St. James Hotel Bteam neat, Dain,
home cooking; winter rates to few couples
at $60 per mo.; daily, $1.25. Near all tna
ters. WARM rooms and excellent meals. 2U
B. 26th St. 'Phone Doug. 3138.
ONH large sieam-heated room, witn
board ; walaing nistanue. IPS 2oth Bt-
FURN1SHAUD room and board tor
Bentlemen in Field club district. Ref
erences exchanged. Harney 1611,
Ull DOUGLASS Rooms and board; rate
621 PARK AVE., nicely turmshed steam
lieated room with board for particular
MRS. MILLER, 616 N.
and room In city.
2d, best board
1708 JACKSON-Bteam heated, modern
Brlshti warm room In private tamliy,
close to Creighton college, reasonable.
Phone Harney 6268. ;
' NICELY furnished room for gentlemenl
60KV4 B. mb. St. Douglas 6814.
"fc'ivir. or two voung ladies; good fam
ily, very convenient. Phone Harney 68.
Dewey European Hotel, fcith & Farnam.
NICE large south room, suitable for
two gentlemen; strictly modern. Walking
distance. 117 S. 5th Ave. D. 7400.
FRONT parlor for two gentlemen; mod
ern. Douglas 6418.
TWO desirable rooms for four young
men. 201 8. 23th Ave.
EAST front room for one or two
young men; well furnished; strictly
modern; central. 220 N. 26th. Red 7046,
LARUE room suitable for two gentle
men wiKhlng good home in private fam
ily; walking oiMtance. iaii nmitcj uv.
2 LOVELY front rooms In new brick
home; private family; closa In. t:t B. 17th
THREE nicely all modern furnished
rooms for housekeeping. 2a04 N. 21st.
tin DODGE; alcove front room.;' two
blocks to car. iiarney mm.
611 N. UtU, modern furnished room, gas,
bath, furnace heat.
ir, M. MTU. large east room, newly
decorated, Just the thing fur three or
lour young men, reauuoic, uoaru.
strictly modern. D 7837.
616 SO. 2'D Lovely east room, nice and
clean; walking distance; fireplace; meals
next door; oniy i.
FARNAM Two front rooms for
light housekeeping; steam-heated and call
arter o p.
04 S, TH Three rooms, nicely fur
nished, modern, walking distance.
TWO nice, warm rooms in modern.
new brick flat; private family. 6 ts.
Furulahed llonsekccylnii Rooms.
The Manuel and Howard. 21 Sc. Howard,
1 and 4-rm. apta. .3 to iiu
t IN light baaeuient, coiy and warm;
cheap. M S. J,tn.
T24 N 2IST, strictly inoitcru,
for light housekeeping room.
a27 HARNEY Large steam heated
front room; gas furnished for cooking
Sulii HARNEY Housekeeping
first floor, sleeping. 11. :0 up.
C1H SO. 2-JD Two hoiixekeeping rooms.
modern, 4.b0; one housekeeping room
Hotels and Apartments.
NICELY FURNISHED P.OCMo for gen
tlemen. TUB CHATHAM. 110 ri. 15th St
Hub hotel, steam heated. 13( loug. St
DODGE HOTEL. 13th and Dodge; all
steam heated rooms; special week rate
Excellent meals, 2W N. 8uth. Ho. Omaha
Huuard Hotel, elegant rs. 1M1 Howard.
Elk hotel, rooms ZJc and 60c. H17 N. Id th
HOTEL ALBANY; most elegant rooms;
hot ai.d coid water; fireproof; prices
reasonable; both phones. Illl Dougias.
ifur ! Ingtcn. nh e rooms. 1 blo k to depot.
CASS HOTEL, nice looms, i.vn y.as m
W I N IjSOR HOTEL Rooms 6oe to fl 60.
OXrJRD and Arcade, special w kly rate
Apartments and Flats.
THREE and six room flats,
hlooa, Hth and Webster.
7-room flat on hnerman Ave. Web. 67oi.
1UJT water heated, best system heat
t-roora new flat; ail hardwood nnisn
n7 fra a. 's.ii
STEAM heated apartment in new Truy
"oust Harney St . of '-o nn eai-li E "-i
modern Improvement with Jinltor service
oinv rented uiio-i ir.e ct. 1. l.'l-.
TUOJj. W. HAULS', Ml McCa.uc. D. IjW.
OH K.IIKH Foil I IK NT
A pertinents anil Flats.
Sl."i DORCAS 5-room lower flnt. modern I
""l-i lurnace; close to itanscom park;iN.
nun nioiK to car, imiy jit per month, in-
v-iuuing water rent
11. J I. LANDEHYOU,
412 Hoard of Trade Rldg.
Phone Iouglas 21M.
steam heated CHICAUO FLATS
"Til K STAN DARD."
Separate homes. S-r. full modern, fire
proof Mairway. new decorations, shades,
range, lut water alt year. Janitor; walk
ing distance. Winter. $32, ., $35; sum
mer, 110 less. You can't live os well or
comfortably or cheap elsewhere. Refer
PAY N E SLATER CO.
Sol Agls, tit ri Fl. Omaha Nafl Bk. Bldg.
6 rooms, 1st flojr, modern except heat,
WW Rees St.
rooms, 2d floor, modern except heat,
2W Rees St.
CHRIS HOYER. 22.1 and Cuming Sts.
Fully modern. S-room heated aparl
ment in the exclusive West Furnam dis
trict; very choice.
JOHN W. RORRINS. IM FARNAM ST.
I.nok at wy S. th St., a 6-room. strictly
modern "St. Ix)uis" flat, within eusy
walking distance. Can be seen any time,
Yacent December lxt.
PAYS' K & SLATER CO.
Sole Aglw. 6th Fl. Omnha Nafl Ilk. Rldg.
FOR RENT S-room house, choice lo
cality, Xxth St. near Fornam, for four
months from Dec. 1 to April 1; furnished
completely. Tel. Harney 2577.
lluiuci and CwttMiies.
W TJj P PF,l?l,1ltl"lI. Paper hang
VtjliX ljt,n KlaxlllBi pictiii-n
framing. Monson. 803 Park Ave. H. W.'.
21S7 DOUGLAS, roomn, modern except
heat; .0 per month. Tel. Douglas law.
i-P.OOil house, ir,i!i N. 17th St.
O. C. RKD1CK,
1M7 Farnam St.
MODERN. 6-room house. TAJ Capitol
Ave.; Harney 1404.
WILL PAY YOUR MOVING EXPENSE.
112.60 for a beautiful S-room apartment
in brick building, cozy and warm, --10 N.
fS for I-room flat lu rear of 1702 Clark.
ROBINSON & WOLF.
Phone Douglas 2418. 435 Paxton Block.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS packed, for
warded; cheap freight rates; moving and
storing. Expressmen's Delivery Co. Tel.
Doug. at. city oiiilo 3is s. lTtn Bt., ace
FOR RENT Eight-room modern house.
choice location, lnuuiro $07 N. 29th bt.
Phone Harney ITS.
Houses, Ins. Rlnrrwalt, nrandeis Th. Bldg.
Om. Van and Storage Co., packs, moves,
stores household goods. Fireproof stor
age. 804 S. 16th. Branch, 30!) S. 17th.
Tel. D. 4163; A-1335.
6-r. modern cottage, 3703 N. 20th, 120.
U-r. modern house, 2318 Snencer, 20.
THOS. W. HAZEN, 207 MoCague.
Phone D. 1300.
8-ROOM house at 1569 North 17 St.
O. C. RUD1CK, 1517 Farnam Street.
OMAHA EXP. CO.. moving vans and
storage. Trunks, baggage del. D. 331
416 N 17th.
I lAiiuna in all parts of the city. Crelgtt
SIX and seven-room modern flat, hot
water heat, for 140. Tel. Webster 141)8.
2609 MAPLE ST.. 6 rooms, modern ex
cept furnace, 120. Hall, 433 Ruuigc. D
1400. A 4406.
FOR RENT Close In. low winter rates.
514 N. 22d St., i rooms, all modern.
524 N. 22d St., 7 rooms; modern, ex. heat.
2606 BlondO St., 5 rooms, fll. Tel. Red 6264.
No. 1621 South 29th street. 6-room dwel
ling, modern except furnace, $25.
No. Z!l2l pacific street, seven-room mod
ern dwelling, f25.
No. 1102 South 32d street, large modern
dwelling, with stable, $50.
No. 2ilu Seward street, six-room cottasc.
no. JW2 worm zitn street, six rooms, ,n.
No. 2412 Decatur street, modern except
No. 4506 Hamilton street, modern except
AU' KEU C. KliA.MMJl .
209 First iNatlonal Bunk Building.
Telephone, Douglas 722.
ALL modern 6-room cottage, iWo N.
19th. will be rented until May 1. 1912, at
a greatly reduced figure. Owner out of
town lor winter, ney at nil otnrop.
Phone Webster 990.
2001 SPENCER STREET.
Strictly modern, new; seven rooms.
never occupied. To first class tennnt will
make lease, It desired, at flo. C. S. Shep
aid, Webster 2612.
FOR RENT Eight-room strictly mod
ern house, walking distance. $26.50.
GALLAGHER Hi NELSON, Doug. 2382.
ALL modern H-room house. S. 27th;
best furnace, $22.60. Phone Webster 1798.
FOR RENT Large ultie-room house at
1013 Pierce street, modern, In good repair.
lei. Doug. 1149.
EQUITABLE IXJAN COMPANY,
15 Nebraska National Bank Bldg.
12th and Farnam Sts.
12-ROOM modern house, hot water heat.
every Improvement. 29W) liarney bt.,
Itiua, vv. HAZtiN, mi Mcuagie,
Phone D. 1300.
Four bed rooms, bath and toilet on
second floor; large family room, dining
room, buttery-kitchen, refrigerator room,
hall and vestibule on first floor; full
cement basement; furnace heat; every
thing first class and strictly modern.
Located at 1511 Georgia Ave. See the
owner at 1509 Georgia Ave., or Phone
SIX rooms for rent,
cheap. 53d and
Center. Harney 2374.
4-ROOM cottage, gas and electrlo light,
$12 60. 4510 Man y St. Harney u2.
MODERN 6-1 oo in house.
Ave. Harney 1404.
SEE Mis Eva I-aiitf with the Wood
ward Stock company at the American
theater. If Mis. C. W. Axtell, 41s S.
40th St., will come to The Be offlco
within threo days wo will give her an
order for a pair of tickets.
$20 Five rooms, modern, In dandy
Shu Hi. walking distance. 1531 N. 21st bt.
Will rent to colored people.
Phone Douglas 241k. 4.15 Paxton Block.
6-iooiu steam lieattd flat lu Dat'lde
Two steam heaiod rooms lu Davldge
Building, suitable for oflccs or living
6 room housa and barn, S226 N. 26th
JOHN W. ROBBINS. 1R02 FARNAM ST.
FIVE-ROOM collage, modern but heat,
warm, fine repair. Harney 3644.
Mill. 6-room cottage, fine rep r. II. 3614.
MODERN slx-rouru house, 2710 Capitol
Ave. Harney 1404.
'5-ROOM cottage, modern.
1941 U. 29th.
SIX-ROOM COTTAGE and barn, 21st
NEAR HIGH SCHOOL roomy, modern
house; new; $27.50. Telephone Doug. 1264.
FOIl-RENT 5-room coiuig'i and toilet,
at 241S Burt St.. $li.00.
half month rebate.
8-r., new. mod., 635 N. Cen. Bvd., $35.
6-rH C. W., w-lll repair, 721 Bancroft, $10.
8-r., mod., 2304 Maple, $o.
5-r., mod., elect It., 1506 No. 31et, $13.
a-r.. mod., 2!s Franklin, $20.
Also 14 others, $6 to $26.
RUSSELL M KITRICK CO.
432 Itainge Bldg. 16th and Harney.
$JO eleven rooms, 352s N. 27th; $i, 4
rooms. 3410 N. 24th; 1117 Park Ave., mod
ern. $30; $12, 3524 N. 27th. TTel Webster
DO YOU KNOW CHEAP RENT?
Good, full modern house, k luige rooms,
No. 151S N. 2uth St., tight and warm;
front and back stall m, newly decorated
Inside and out. worth more money, but
want good tenant so make It $30. Come
and see II. If tennnt take god care of
pioperty. deduct $2o from rent of lat
month of year. T. J. HOOK, office 1101
N 1Mb St.. PAYNE fc SLATER CO.,
Uiuaba Nai i Liana ciug.
OKt'KltKO KOU HKNT
II iuwa and Collages.
K-room house, modern except heat. HIS
2lth t., $.
room houe, niod.'in except heat,
Charles St.. 1!.
S-rcMms. 2d floor, IP N. 20th Pt.. moil
ern except heat, 114.
5-ioom cottage, modern except heat, S3!
N. d St.. l:0.
B-iiHim house, mWn except heat, liUH
Corhv St., 110.
i;-room, 1st floor, 1!W! N. Wth St., partly
-rim, 2d floor, 1902 S". itli St.. toilet.
7-roo.ii houe, moderii except heat, r.w
Ixard St , S'.iV
CHRIS 1UYER. 22d nnd Cuming Sts.
7-R OM modern house, good bain, l.'2
Parker St., f.T .'H".
7iw No. ;h St . S rooms, modern. 127. fiO.
251.1 Dorcas. 6-room flnt, good condition,
modern except furnace, only 117.
N. 1C. Cor. Kkl and Ijtrlmore Ave., 0
rooms, modern, l!.i'irt.
K. 11. LANDEHYOU.
Tel. Douglas. 21M. 442 ltd, of Trade WK
Six rooms, modern house. 17.il S. th
Mores and Office.
Wish to sublet suite of five rooms In
City National Bank Bldg. Cnll D. iVA.
1'AXTON BLK., Will & FARNAM bl'ti.
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
1S20 Farnam St.
DESK SPACE. lire BUiii.
CONTINENTAL BLOCK. IStli and
Douglas stfVcta, one drsirablo slmjle
office loom, second floor; alro half ol a
ALFRED C. KENNEDY.
:19 First National Bank Hutldlntf.
Telephone, Douglas 722.
STORE at ?30S Cuming street.
Store at 2106 Cuming street.
Store at VXi North 24th street.
Store at 611 Smith 13th street.
Store at t''i' Harney street.
4-roum offlco suite at 1&17 Farnan; St.
O. C. RKDU'K, li.17 Farnam Street.
716 N. K.;h St.. fine sliape. 9 10.
23:5 Cuming St., brick .U
1656 S. 20th i't., corner f:'j.
ROBINSON i WOLF,
Phone DougliiH 24I.S. 43,". Pixton Block.
WASHINGTON HALL Lodges, dances,
banquets. C. C. Sorensen. D. 2325. A-2325.
OFFERED FOR SALE
NEW Oustav Stickley library table and
electric lamp, cheap. Call Douglas 1917.
" VIOLIN repairing; all work promptly
done and guaranteed. 3904 8. 14th St.
PIANO slightly used, at a bargain.
Segei strom Piano Mlg. Co. 19th and Far
OFFICE furniture Ai'd fixtures; see
manager, 1505 Capitol .ivenutv
LIGHT TOUCH MONARCH VISIDLB
for rent THE MONARCH TYPE
WRITER CO., 411 S. lain. Phone D.
THE ROYAL is king of typewriters 6.
SMITH PnEAlliiMS mouels No. 2 or No.
4, In excellent condition, rented three
months lor $5.
SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER CO.,
- 19th and DoLgias.
WE HAVE A COMPLEl'E LINE of
all makes of typewriters, factory rebuilt.
Prices right-. It will pay you to see us
TYPEWRITER INSPECTION SUP
PLY CO., lutt FARNAM ST.
NEW number ten Remington, visible;
(60; costs floo; used less than 4 months.
I ,-760 Bee.
RENT an Oliver typewriter lrom the
Oliver Typewriter Co.. Douglas 2919.
SMITH Premier excellent condition, $15.
Kindling. $4 load. If. Gross. YV. 2884,
l" A I T.' M.w inH ue.'ftllfl.hfi nit
carom and pocket billiard tallies and
bowling alleys and accessories; uar fix
tures ot all Kinus; easy payments- iij
Brunswlck-Balke-Collander Co. 407-4"
soutn loth St.
SIX-FOOT bookkeeper's desk, oak fin
ish, for sale at $10. Apply George W.
Wright, iiee ruuiisning iu.
FY) it HALE Two scholarships in the
Omaha Commercial college and one In
Boyle college. Business oirice, uinana
A SNAP Extra large, new. full mounted
grey wolf rug. Mark Woodward, Miller,
of 173 lots of unredeemed household goods,
November 27, 28, . Omaba Van and
Storage Co., 1120 N. 19th St.
SAFES Overstocked with second-hand
safes, all sixes and makes; bargains.
American Supply Co.. 1110 Farnam bl.
Get In the Game
Electrlo Pianos. $100 each. Slot Ma
chines, Athletic and Peanut Machines and
Scales, new and 2d-hand. Write for our
list ot bargains. Better still come and
see us. We also do repairing.
ACME MACHINE CO.,
124L'vtnworth. Phones: H. 243; Ind. A-2433.
5 BARRELS choice winter apples, hand
picked, $2 a barrel. Delivered to any part
of city. Phone Douglas 6126, Ind. A-4312.
FOR SALE A $65 carpet loom tor $36.
FOR SALE Dry wood; stove or cord;
can deliver. Phone South 8520.
EVERY person knows who D. J. O'Brien
is because he has made Omaha famous
with his candy. If Miss Minnie Land-
wehrkamp, 15 Stanford Circle, will coma
to Tho Bee office within three days wa
will give her an order tor a tO-ccnt box
of O'Brien's candy free.
Hit MAXWELL CURLS PILES. 40
Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. PAY WHEN CURED.
03-AK iuAwu lll'.lll'.uy.
GUuliMi Pliaunacy, Uih and Dodge.
Maisage, Riuenliouse. 3oa Old BoaionHld.
Mrs. pierce., shampoo, liuli di emins and
manlcuilng. 2,1 Fainam. H. tul, A-14iS.
YOUNG WOMEN cumliiK to Omaha as
strangers aro liivllea to visit tue ruling
VV omens Christian association ouuaing
at Seventeenth and St. Mary's Ave.,
where they will be directed to aultable
boarding places or thei wlsu assisted.
Look tor our travelers' aid at the Union
HINDOO TABLETS will build, luuco,
strengthen. 6oc. BELL DRUG i ' V.
WL rent and lepuit all kim-.i oi sewing
macuipis. ind. A 113, Douglas 1663.
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.,
lilli and Harney Sts.
f WJ I S !' Treatment. Mrs. Steele,
prj 8. 17th,
2d floor, nil 6.
MASSAGE Swedish movement; nothing
better for rheumatism; ladies, $1; gentle
men. $160 Apt. 2. 1)02 J'arnam. D 6240.
"tYTA L V A T K j N AH M Y solicits casTT
off clothing. In fact, anything you do not
need; we collect, repair and sell, at 134
N. 1 1 tli St., tor cost of collection, to the
worthy poor. Call phono Dougius 4125 and
wagons will call.
ADELIGHT hair food grows hair. Mine.
Fruyer, Megeath Sta. Co., 151 h A Farnam.
Vf l!h' Bath, salt glow aromatic
JLtOO.lUlJ treatment. Mine. Allen
Chicago. 10D S. I7th St., 1st floor. D 7665.
Dr. Buike, women's diseases. 41 Doug Llk.
f 7 J V V "V U 'Trea tmenT KBrottT'7 10
Babies Boarded VufH'uiltw
ETTA GOLDSHURY, manicuring, hair
dresslng; new parlors. 3Q2 Neville. D. 23.
f VS! (1 - liealm'ls. Mrs. S
iii.irtoat!!!,, oper't'r. 107
S 17.2 fl.
MRS SNYDER. Sweillsh mansaxe, baths,
radiator and vibrator treatment. The
Dunsa.'.y. Flat S. loth and Pierce. D 4:uA
"lIAZEL LEAF ilLK" iON EA - Heat
remedy for Itching, bleeding or protrud
ing pll. s; 5"o post puiu; sample free.
Sherman & McCoiinell Drug Co., Omaha.
Tm:RSEP.Y caie. sTnailVhTpTren. w"647'"
Something n-w, relieves the nerves,
muvclea and etltiiulatis the circulation;
I tin-1 at once.
H C. ROM 1 NO I . H.
pouglas 72,i 1267 ti. 16th St.
' BABIES to l"ir for. Wiiwtwr fvs.
FOR a dslnlv dessert use Dnlrell s h'e
cream If Mr. II S. Black, !. N. 4oth
St., will come to The Bee office within
three days we will rive her an order for
a quart brick of this fine Ice cream.
Miss 1Mng. manicuring, vibratory mas
sage treatments. R. 1. 2d floor. I Dodge.
PUll.TKY AN1 I'ET STOCK
R(HrP easily curt! by Boh Whites
Roup Cure, fsk; box. If your dealer can
not supply you. write us diret, sending
dealers name BOH WHITE CO., 2M
N. 16th St., Omaha. Wel.ter f637.
CONKEYH LAVING TONIC
CONK FY'S ROUP CURE
ARE THE PKPT.
T1IK NEBRASKA PEKO CO..
Phons D. l:l. 1613 Howard St.
FINE pedigree Angota kitten.
ABSTRACTS F TITI.I3
Abstracts M. T. Brennan. 324 Brandels Th.
Ill ILDEHS' IMOHMA IIO.V,
Klcctrle gas fixtures. Omnha Silver Co.
Ideal Cement Stone Co., 17th and Cuming
Amer. Sidy. Co., rooi g. paints, lltn Nlch.
"p'uciis. Son V Bllnii, ps nting, deeoraiing.
WAM'tiil IO III .
WILL pay cash for 160, 240, or
acres Improved, not more than 10 miles
from Omaha. Owner only. Address J
LIST your city property for sale Willi
Vogel. 4c9 Karba?h B'.cg.
till I'ROPEHll FOR SALE.
14 Rooms and an
Till) FLORENCE BOULEVARD.
JUST NORTH OF FORT ST.
A ONLY $1,000.
and a balance of $33 a month with
6 per cent. The ground litis a Boulevard
frontaan of 92 feet and Is 4X0 feet deep.
All tho special street Improvements are
paid on this property. The Boulevard
here Is 117 feet wide, and since the park
bonds are carried It will bo macadamised
without expensii to the property.
This in a fine proposition for a specula
tion or home. It can be made Into two or
more apartments, nnd on account of the
large ground will adways make a good
rental pioperty. This must be sold to
close up the Forbes' estate, hence the low
price and easy terms.
A country home In the city, with spen
dld opportunity for chickens, oow and a
garden and only three blocks from fine
car service, in two more years the ground
will positively bo worth all that Is
asked for the house and grotmd now.
Norris & Martin
400 Bee Bldg.
4 rooms, city water and gas, large lot
Owing to vacancy now existing we are
offering this for a short time only at
$1,250, just about half what the lot Is
worth. House Is only 4 years old. $500
will do tho business. A decided bargain
810-312 Brandels Theater.
Two good lots, 40 by 150 feet each, on
3Mh Ave., Just off Farnam, only $2,650
euch If sold together.
HICKS, 219 Board ot Trade Bldg.
OWNER must sell lila new -r., all mod.
home In Hanacom park district. Prlco,
$3,650; small cash payment, the rest
J. W. RASP CO.,
6S9 Brandels Building.
EVERY plumber Is not a rubber. If
anything happens, phone Douglas 10 la.
Good Plumbing Co.
Don't Build, Buy This
Mo.umi hiii buy a i ieescd biicK iasmon
able apartment house of 70 rooms, with
large porches, in good condition; close In;
well rented; five-year lease. Cost $68,200,
Arthur C. Crossman,
306 Boston Biore Bldg. Phono Doug. 6107.
bargain on N;24thbt.
H,ovo tno no, i in ant coi nor oi 2M
ana Sahler streets, , having 200 it.
mintage on 24th Ntreet, with j
dwellings, renting at $ooo per year,
and loo ft. ot unimproved frontage
on corner, suitable lor row ot stores,
All special taxes poll- One ot itie
best bargains in Omaha.
W. B. Mr.lKLE, 2ob Ranige Bldg.
4610 Blondo St. Baker Place, 44x132,
iath and Curtis St. Hillsdale Add. $
lotr, U0X130 each, $300.00.
Mill and Redlck. Newport Add. 1 acre
Holt Co. Farm Laud S20cres, j.OO
per ucre. i
11. W. NEAT,, 1212 llarney St.
Phones D. 1158. A-ll;8.
l.'ilf K A I ..;Hmull housa to tm tnriv.l
(north sale. Web. 4128.
GROSS, uol S. 22d St.
FOR SALE By owner, modern 8-rooin
house with new hot water healing plant;
good tirtern, barn and chicken house;
cement walks; paved street; lull loi; one
block to street car and in fust class
neighborhood. Priced lor iiulck sale at
yi,iM. uo. tan uso good span ot mules or
horses If priced right, terms, one-half,
'leiepluinu at tughi, Hal neylo43.
I-lilt MALE Lot In Dunueu on Webster
between juut and 5lsi sis. Phone Web
1 N V I :s I M E N T I J ' PO n T U N 1 T V .
18 ROOMU. ALL MoDcKN.
Wo have a twu-apsiimeiH bullae, con
lainihK 13 rooms, two baths rooms, seven
Led rooms, Willi pallor, dining louiu uni
kitchen lu each apanhiehl, Willi .new
pluiiiiiing and good iisating plant,
'1 his property la too luige (or personal
owner and It Is a splendid proposition lor
somu one who will buy It and divide it
Into four three-room apartments. Owing
to tho arrangement wt the house this
work can be dune at a very siuull ex
pense and when cur,irleted the apart
ments will rent for $35 each. The buyer
can live lu una apartment, rent the rest
and make a gudd lus csunent out of your
' The building la well built and In good
condition; only thirteen minutes' ride to
the center of the city; one block from the
Dodge street car line and In good resi
THE NUMBER 13 261J
N. 20111 ST.
It Is lust north ot Ohio on the Flor
ence Blvd. A good six or seven-room
modern house will be taken In exc.liunga
at the right price. This proposition Is
certainly worth looking oL
NoItHlS it MARTIN,
400 Bee Bldg. Doug 4270.-4270.
GOOD eastern Nebraska land fur well
located flat or other good Omaha prop
el t v. State location and rental value. No
agent. 1J MX, Bee.
SEE MIi-h Lang in "Are You a Mason"
at the American theater. If Mrs. H.
Pasco. T-'l N. 4oth bt.. will come to The
Bea office within thres days we will
give her an order for a pair of tickets.
K4IIM IIA II I.4M) Kim St IK
SACRAMENTO valley land, 2 miles ! with his candy. If Miss Murgaret Camp
fioin Gerinanlow 11. Cal., 640 acres at l-5'i.e.l, 25o5 N. 15th St , will come to The
per acre; best kind ot soli; :;uo acres now lien olfl within three days we will
in wheat: will tika pint tisde. G. W. I five her an order for u OU-cent box -jf
Coin ad, Wood River, Neb. O'Brien's candy fiet
KHM HIM II l.tMl ton at, IF.
ACRES In the San Luis valley.
Colo., for sale nt a bargain; good terms
and fine land. L. Crocker. Heal rice. ,SVt.
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA
Traversed bv the
ATLANTIC. BIRMINGHAM it ATLAN
I. s mis adaptable to the widest ranga of
crops. All the money crops of tho south
plentifully produced. For literature treat
ing with this coming country Its soli,
climate, church and school advantages,
W. H. LEAHY. DErT. K,
General Passenger Agent,
THE easiest way to find a buver for
your farm is to Insert a smalt want ad
In the Dei Moines Capital, Largest cir
culation In the state of Iowa. 4.!,oco dally.
The Capital Is read by and believed in by
tho standpatter! of Iowa, who simply re
fuse to permit any other paper In their
homes. Bates, 1 cent a word a day; $1 i.t
per line per month; count six ordinary
words to the line. Address Dcs Mollies
Capital, Dcs Moines, la.
Build yourseu a home on the Gulf
Coust. No extremes ol .weather, cither
hot or cold. No drouth. Good rich lauds
from $10 up. We own them. Easiest ol
terms. W e want farmers. Wtiio for our
COAST HEALTY AND COLONY CO.,
IMPROVED section In Kimball. Neb.,
and 160 all In nlfaita Whltland, Wyo. 11.
iiioiM, 5l S. 22d.
BIGGEST SNAP IN b'l'ATE.
fytO-acre Improved ranch, western Ne
braska, for uulck sale. Price I'l.id pel
acre, good terms. Act quick. Box 4," 6,
IMPROVED 2S3 acres black sandy soli,
clay subsoil, clone to 8 towns; nice grove
and orchard on place; $7,3ofl. Geoige
Brokaw, inmnn. Holt county, Nebraska.
SMALL RANCH lor sale near town,
about 70o acres. Improved, $15 per acre;
this Is a bargain. J. C. Berlins, Whit
FARM AND RANCH FOR SALE.
8U0 acres adjoining town at crossing
of two trunk line railways. Ideal tract
tor fruit, dairy or general faun and
stock ranch. In easy reach of the best
cltte.4 in eastern Oklahoma; 660 acres
suitable fur any crops grown In this
climate, of the rnmainder 160 acres la
hlgn ground and especially adapted to
fruits of an Kinds; Daianco pasiure. All
fenced and 200 acres ready for the
plow; balance timbered. Price $30 per
acre: on easy terms; title, guaranteed.
This Is an unusual bargain. Bel tea
Land r Investment Company, 203-6
Flynn-Ames Blitg., Muskogee, Okl.
All person Interested In our Central
Willamette Valley (Oregon) colonisation
plan aro Invited to call at our office
for free Intormatk'ii, All farms within
the reach of every wage earner. You
may own a farm In 38 months. Decker
& Beam, 828 Bratidula Theater Bldg.
Phone Douglas H7.
FRUIT LANDS In Hi-acre traits on
easy payments. Large tracts for sub
division from $46 to $60 per acre; on
electrlo road now building In the famous
Willamette valley of Oregon. Agcut
wanted. George V. Fletcher 4k Co., Juuc-
tlon City, Oregon.
A FEW snaps In Brule county. South
Dakota, lands; will pay railroad fare to
buyers not satisfied. J. A. Stransky,
pukwana, a. u.
EXCEPTIONAL RANCH AND FARM
2,636 acres located In east central part
ot South Dakota, 12 miles from good
town, all fenced and cross fenced, also
suO acres leased land unuer fence. Good
comforiablo ranch buliUings, acres
under cultivation: VOO acres of more good
farm land, balance best kind ot pasture
and huyland. Price $26.00 per acre.
Choice half section two and halt miles
from town in Kingsbury county for sai
at $57.60 per acre, will take In town prop,
erty not over $3,000 as part pay. No bet
tor quality of land than this. Address
or cull on CAKLboN 6l WALLlN, cai lu
ll ge, S. D.
THE lIOMESEEivER . Is a monthly
paper that will tell you how to acquire
a home on eusy payments, and also now
to make money out ot other people who
are acquiring homes.
THE MAGAZLNE WITHOUT A NAME
will help you to make a pleasant home
and win tell you how to make a good
living out ot a little land.
We will send you both trea It you will
end us your name.
AMERICAN TOWNSITH CO.,
Ban Antonio, Tsxas.
020 ACHES FREE.
Your homestead right good for 320 acres,
and no rcsiuence required. We can locate
you on some of the choicest tracts. Can
ulso buy somu choice tracts school laud
cheap. Best land being rapidly taken up.
Act quirk. Auaress Northwestern Lanus
CO., 313 Dooly Block, Halt Lake City, Uluh.
ItEAE ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co WiilFamam St.
OMAHA- Pioperty and Nebiaska Lands.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTA IE CO..
1016 New OmahaNat'l Bank Building.
"WANTED-City loans, peters Trust Co.
$10i to $0.'X) made promptly. F. D.
Wead. Wead Bldg., lHth and Farnam.
'"MONEY to loan on business or resi
dence properties, 11,000 to $fsxl,ouO. W. H.
THOMAS. 503 First Nat'l Bunk Bldg.
WANTKl FARM LOANS. Kloko In
vestment company, Omaha.
LOW 'RATES," BF.M YhX' A M liEUU
CO., 810-312 Brandels TheaterBhlg.
LARGE LOANB, municipal boiida, mort
gages bought andsold; STULLJAROfl.
FARM LOANS; no commission; optional
payments; cheap money, quick service.
Orln S. Merrill. 1213 lily Nul l Bk Bldg.
1 1)11 KALE OK EXCHANGE
WE exchange propeitlea ot merit. C. W.
Welsh, 612-13 N. Iik Bldg. Doug. 7H.
"ARE you a trader? 1 trade anything
where or time. Kelley. ?27 Neville Blk.
I WANT to sell, or exchange the con
trolling Interest in an established busi
ness with offices In Omaha. Running
for otti. Iii'-oi porated . My time is
fully occupied and 1 cannot give this I
attention necessary to protect my hold
ings. Will sacrifice. This Is an exeep
tlonul proposition 'and una that It w.ll
pay you to Investigate If you wish to
get Into business. E Omaha Bee, Council
$2.0ti0-North Side, 7-room. model 11 ex
cept heat, collage, built for a home; le
nient basement, water meter, screens,
storm windows, nice shade, large back
ard, located high and sightly, east front;
will consider a good auto or vacant lot
as part payment, balance like rent. Fur
furttier information see
SCOTT & HILL,
Doug, fisir,; A-1752. 307 McCague Bldg.
W ANTED 'IT Y RESIDENCE
In exchange for 120-acre nicely Improved
farm In tastoiu Kansas, 4 miles from two
nice towns, only 60 miles from Kansas
City; best of soil, level country. Will
give an extia good deal. Give location
and prhe In first letter. Box 476, Ctty,
640ACKE linpiovtd ranch, western Ne
braska. All gooil hsv and farm land.
Price $15 per aire, mortgage $2,600; long
tliiio. Submit your offer in full. Walt,
EVERY person knows who D. J. O'Brien
Is because be has made Omaha famous
WANTED TO liOltltdW
W A NTEI -Private party to carry loan
of $.l.iJ on good security Address, .
Bee office. South Omaha, Neb.
WANTED TO 111 Y
ll'loind go' iis, hieser. lU'Ji' enter, D. .''.
WILL pay cash for good 6 passenger
car; prefer K.-M.-F. 30. Box 72, Mason
SEVERAL houses where acant build
ing lots, $100 to $500, will be received
a s part payment, on tiers or agent. Ad
dress K 764. Bee.
Nil VMI-'S r T0!' N
oin.wijo omaha. Neb We buy
nil kinds of raw furs; pay high prices.
WANTED TO It F. N'T
FAMILY ot four seeks high-class board
ing place: must be suitable for cultured
people; neighborhood and house must be
high-class; near West Fume ill St. Ad
dress D ii.'O. csre Bee.
IIIIU'i; minus and 4 ear-md want
completely furnished apartment Please
tlo not reply ynless neighborhood and all
rise iiiianiies ror reimeu people, htsi
Farnam district. Address C iW', rare Bee.
W AN I El i- ! ui hlsht'il suite near guou
Isiatdlng place, suitable for family (if
three iidults nnd child. No objection to
out.-klrts If near Farnam St. Only high
Hindu place considered. Address N 3,
MIDDLE-AGED woman would like care
of an Invalid or children. 3316 Jones
Phono W ebster 26XS.
POST! lo.s by thud-year high scuool
boy; will work from 11 to 6:3j p. m. M
Willi h woman uesnes day work.;
and clean. 'Phono I. K14.
SITUATION W AN'IEO A manager ot
general store, country town; experienced.
O 613, Bee.
BY hlgu school giaduale, slenogi apurr,
clerical or buokkccpiug; unexperienced,
L tilO, Bee.
AN educated wonmn Oestres work
Omaha or elsewhere lu Institution or fam
ly to assist In keeping mid taking cars u
children. rhater Jlii.
Vol Mi man wants position
tender; experienced. S 615, Bee.
WnMllliNG aiil curtains uonu. i. 11. 74U.
ITIATION wanted by coinpelenl lady
stenographer; can take rapid dictation
and can transcribe notes; references a
to ability. 'Phone Harney 644.
WANTED 11 v voung ladv ot refine
ment, position In of l ice; have had lull
chargn of business end of office. Best ot
referent luiiil.ihcd. Address i'-75o, cat
W AN TED Laundry work by day. liar
ELDERLY lady would like a good home
os housekeeper for an eiderly man, a
bachelor. Phone Webster 9136 or call at
luc4 N. 27th St.
COLORED woman wants cleatung or
laundry work by day. W 6603.
MAN with horse and buugy desires Pvsl
tlou as collector. Can give bonds, pnous
BOOKKEEPING and clerical work
evenings and baturdays; usa typewriter,
Address L-743, Bee.
A WOMAN with child would like situ
ation aa housekeeper. Webster 26V4, after
6:30 p. in.
EXPERIENCED woman wants day
work; cleaning and Ironing preferred;
pleaso call after 2:30, IMUglaS 2.32.
SITUATION wanted by experienced
Janitor. fall Webster 4i2.
BY EXPERIENCED colored woman,
second cook or general housework' lu
small family. Web. 20ui.
PRACTICAL nurse, call II. 6610. A-2374.
FOR a usinty dessert use Dalsell's lea
cream. It Mrs. W, N. riutboiign, lot ri
sitli St.. will corns to I lu Bee office
within thres days we will give her an
oruer for a quart brick ot tula tin lea
LIVE STOCK MAllKKT OK WEST
Ship your slock to South Omaha; save
mllsagv and shrinkage; your coustgn
menu receive prompt and careful alien
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MElt.
Byers Bros. A Co. Strong and responsible.
WOOD lllUlS. 234-28 Exchange Bldg.
Great West. Com. Co., Omaha ei Denver.
W. R. SMITH & SON Just handle shsep.
W. F. DENNY & CO., 23a Each. Bldg,
TAGG BROS, handle cattle, hogs, sheep.
'iay, Robinson A. Co., 2U) Exch. Bid'g.
InleislatA Co. Better results. Ship to us.
"BuUKE-RlT KLY CO., 201 Exch. Bldg
L. E. ROBERTS A CO.. 228 Exch. Bldg.
Cox Jones Cum. Co., bunch of hustlers.
Farmers L. S. Com. Co., 2W Exchange.
Doposlt procseda ot shipments In Stock
Yards Nat I Bank, only bank at yards.
WINTlm(S. CoiT Kxchonga Bld'gT
LAVEItfY BROS., 138-40 Kxuh. Bldg.
Marlln Bros. & Co., 203-4 Ex. llidg.
Alex G. Buchanan & Son, 164-66 Ex. Bldg
OMAHA THE (JHAIX MAItKET
WEEKS GRAIN CO., grain merchants.
consignments solicited. iVi lirandels.
CAVERS ELEVATOR CO., Wholesale
dealers In grain, hay, chop teed. 721
ROBERTS GRAIN CO.. grain consigns
meiitM solicited, grain bought to ax-y,
7'-' Brandels. 1
Nebruska-Iowa Grain Co. 761 Brandels.
by tlia itiperb
KAISERIN AUGUSTE VICTORIA,
tlx lurp-it and most lumrlous sieimer of
tli Hsuihtirg. Alaerh'ss terries. iiitpsl
wnn Itha Cuili'ii Kesisuraiit, Palm tlanlra,
(Irninashim, Electrlo batka, Elevators.
Will Wave New York
FrBRUARY 14, 1912,
fnr Madeira, 4ttraltar, Algiers,
Mllrfranrlae (Me), Genoa, Aa
liles, and Port tiald.
Tlais fur sltht-aeeloi st each port
To or frum Port Maid. $KIS sod op.
To or fniin all utltar piria, a) I IIS ami up.
Alto iruitm to IM Orlcml. Wrtt Istfoa,
South Am erfm, aw..unii Ikt World, da,
j Btud lit liiJatrsted bouklet.
WBURG-AMERICAN LIKE j
150 W. Randolph St., Chicago, or local agL
ItKAL EHTATK TIIANKKEKH
Deeds filed fur record November 20,
Frank A. Furay to Continental
Trust Co., lots 1 and 2, blk. 10, '
Kamu to same, V- lotyn. Burr Oak
Same lu same, lot 12, blk. 6, Saun
ders av. Hlmebaugh a add
W. E. Klrkendull ct al., to H. M.
Klrkendttll et al., lot 6, blk. 11,
Bnggs' Place I I
Mary H. Hops to Rosa Moore, lot
8, blk. 13, Carthage 400
Arlon State Bunk to L. C. Butler,
bits 16 and 16, blk. 6, Hoggs' 4c .
Hill's second 1
U. J. Nli'holaus and wife to Arlon
Statu Bank, lots 15 and 16, blk, 6,
Hoggs' and Hill's second 1
Curl Fiii k and wife to John Si bree
der, lot 0, blk. 6, Deer Purk 5o0
C. O. Lobeck to W. R. Anthony,
pt. lot 21, Spring Valley 20
Annls E. Ullmoie and hus. to T.
Reed, lot 7, blk. 7, Collier Place.. 65u
Hastings ei 11 y den to 11. O. Fillers,
HEAL ESTATE THANSFKKH.
lot 23. blk. 6, Collier Place.
W. F. Wllkn and wife to .lames
Cunningham et si , lot 6, blk. 23,
first add to Corrlgnn Place
J. T. Hi atty arid wife to W. Watson,
K. : ft. lot IV pel ham Place
Frank A. Fuiav to John Gustation,
pt. lot S, Hickory Place
. C. Gibson and wife to R. M.
West, lots 11 and 12. blk. 3. Brown
CITY OFFICIAL iHOTICE.
PROPOSALS FOR GRADING.
I "ruler authority and direction of ths
Mayor and City Council, sealed proposals
are invited and will be received at tha
tuflce of the City F.nglneer, Room !,
City Hull, omaha, Nebraska, until two
o'clock 1. M Monday, November 27th,
l?ll, lor ine grading ui na til. lrom
Browne Mrcet to Matatoga Street, aa nro.
vlded for under Ordinance No. ;6S7; sald
trailing to hn dune lu accordance with
plans and specifications on file In the
omen of the City Engineer.
'roposals must be made upon printed
blanks to be furnished by the City En
gineer and, as an evidence nt good fault
that contract will be entered Into, should
award be made thereon, each bid must
be accompanied with a certified oheok
payable to the City of Omaha In th
sum ot Fifty Dollars.
The city reserves tna rignt to reject
any or all bids.
omaha, isunraxKa, November 13, I91L
GEO. W. CRAIG.
Notice Is hereby given that on the 14th
day of November, Hustings Heyden, n
corporation, filed In the Office of tha
City Clerk of the City of Omaha, N-
braska, a plat or "Acre Hardens, an.
addition to the City of Omaha, which,
addition Is a tmb-dlviaion of the South
.'3 6 acres of the Southwest Of tba
Southeast ' and al of that part of th
Southeast ' of the Southeast M lying
South .of the South line of the City of
I'ioreiipo and west of a line desert bed.
as follows, to wit : t
Beginning at a nolnt on the South linn
of the said Southeast V. 1224. A feet West. I
of the Southeast coiner thereof, theno
in a northeasterly direction 10 saia nouiti,
line of mild City of Florence at a point
166i.s feel East of the North and 8outl
211, center line of Section 29, all In Section,!
2!, Township IK North of Range IS East,
of the 6th P. M,, excepting and reserving
therefrom the traveled ront. tne riast
line of which Is tho line last described,
said road being 66 feet In width, ami
Hastings Hevden now being the owner
ot said tract of land desires to plat aam,
ann name u aciiw uAnur.nn, ram -plat
will be presented to the City Council!
for consideration on the 24th day ot No-,
vetnner, Jiui. ,
Dated at Omaha, Nebraska, November
HAN B. BUTLER, City tier. 4
Notice Is hereby given that Itussell V.
Condon filed In the orflce of the Clty, '
Clerk of the City of Omaha, a petition to
vacate all of the East of Block iv
(61. all of the West t of Block Five (6),'
am) all of the East 4 ot Blink Hlx ). ex- .
oept Lots One ID and Two (21, In Block.
Six (6), all In Campbell's Addition, as;
the same now exists, and fnr the ap-
proval of replat of Condon Place. Sall
East 4j of Block 6, Campbell's Add., la
located, commencing at ths North East
corner of Lot 1, thence VBt one hun
dred fifty-eight 11681 feet In a straight
line to the East line of the allay run
ning North and South through the center
of Block Five (5), thence aouta along tint
East line of said alley to the North Una
ot Bancroft St., thenca East along the)
North line ot Bancroft St. to Uie West
Una of 21st St., thence north along lh
West line ot iilst St. to the south line ot
Arbor St. to place ot beginning; said
West one-half of Block Five 151, Camp
bell's Add.. . Is located, commencing at
the Northwest corner of Ixt Sixteen (16).
In Block Five i6. Thence south alon
the .ast line of Twenty-third (23rd) street
to the North line of Bancroft St.. thenca
East along the North line of Bancroft St.
to the west Una of the alley running
North and South through the renter oC
Block Five (6); thence north tilting the
West line of said alley t the south Una
of Arbor St., thence West along the south
line of Arbor St to the East line ot
Twenty-third (Clrd) St., to placa of be
ginning. That part of the Hast one-half
t tl of Block Six (6), asked to be vacated
commencing at a point Ninety-five ()
feet South of the Northeast corner of
Block Six 46), In Campbell's Add., thence
west In a straight line One Hundred
Fifty-eight (16M) feet to the East Hue o
the allev running North and Soutli
through Block Six (6), In Campbell. Add.,
thenca South along the East line of said
alley to the north line or Bancroft St.,
thenca East along the North lino of Ban
croft HI. to the West line of Twenty
third (23rd) St., thence North along the
West Una of Twenty-third (I3rd street,'1
Two Hundred Eighty-five (2x51 feet to
the place of beginning. All being within. '
the Southwest one-fourth C4 of Sectlc
Twenty-seven (27), Township Fltteen US),,,
Range Thirteen (13), East, Douglaa Co.. ,
Nebraska. Said matter will be presents,
to the City Council on the 6llj day ot D :
DAN 11. BUTLER,
City Clerk, ' "
By T. H DAILEY. Deputy. "
listed November 20th, lull. ' "
To the owners of all lots, parts of lota
and pieces of reul estate abutting upua 1,
that part of Lake Street from a point
136 teet east of 22nd Street to 42nd 8 treat ,
and S3rd Street front Ohio Street to a ,
point 400 feet south ot Lake Street In Uaa
City ot Omaha. ;
You are hereby notified that by Resa-L
lution No. 642, adopted by the City Coua--.
oil on Nov. 14, 1011, and approved by '
the Mayor, Nov. 16, lull, It was declare. ,
expedient and necessary to change th',
grade of that part of Lake Street from
a point 135 feet cast ot 32ud Street fa'
42nd Street, and 33rd Street from Olvka
Street to a point 400 feet south of Lata
street, which resolution la In the wor
following: v : . r ttiu-y- I
"Resolved by the City Council of th
City of Omaha, the Mayor concurring, thafis
It Is expedient and necessary and hereby'.
Is declared expedient and necessary to
change the grade of that part of Lk-'
Street from a point 136 feet east of n 1
street to 42nd Street and 23rd Street',
from Ohio Street to a point 400 feet BuuU 1
of 1-ttke Street In the City of Omaha, to
correspond with the present elevations of1'
said streets upon the profiles and In ac- 1
cordance with the plut thereof, aa pre- '
pared by the City Engineer and kept o -file
in his office, and. "
RESOLVED, further, that the City1'
Clerk be, and he is hereby directed to ;
publish this resolution In the official,
paper of the City for five consecutive '
days With a notice thereto attached, notl- '
tying tho owners of reul estate abuttliia.',
upon said streets that unless Hie reouni ',
owners representing forty per cent of'
the real estate abutting on said street,
file protest with the City Clerk wlihlu ,
thirty days from the approval of tbl ,
resolution, thai the Mavor and Council
will, by ordinance, change the grada ol
bald streets as propoi.od."
You are further notified that unleas tha
record owners representing forty, per cent .
of the reul estate abutting upon said pare,
of said streets, file protects with the City
Clerk on or before the 16th day of De-"
cember. It'll, thirty days from tho ap
proval of said resolution, the Mayor and'
Council, will, by ordinance, proceed ti
chango the grade of said streets as pro
Omaha, Nebraska. November 21, mil.
DAN B. BUTLER.
Nov21-D6t City Clerk.'
PROPOSALS FOR ORADINU.
Under uuthorlty and direction of tha
Mayor and City Council, sealed proposals
are Invited and will be received at th
Office it the City Engineer, Room 4m,
City Hall, Omaha, Nebraska, until two
o'clock P. M Monday. December 4th,
IM1, for the grading of the following:
th Street from Atlas Street to tha allay
Soutli of Homer Street, In accordance
with Ordinance No. 7642: and
10th Street from Atlas Street to Hugo
Street, In accordance with Ordinance
said grading to be done In accordanoa
with plans and specifications on file lu
the Office of tha City Engineer.
Proiaisala must be made upon printed
blanks to be furnished by the City Engi
neer and, as an evidence of good fait it
that contract will be entered into, should
award be made thereon, each bid must be
accompanied by a certified check payable
to the City of Omul. In tha sum et
The City reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
Oinuha, Nebraska, November Hut. lalU
UEO. W. CRAIO.
Nov21 to Devi. City Enguiffr.
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