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THE BEE: OMAHA," THURSDAY. JUNE 13, 1912.
OFFERED FOR RENT
Mouses anil ( ottuaea.
EIGHT-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. 1010
ARBOR. PHONE DOUGLAS lMSk.
FIVE ROOM APARTMENT
On beautiful Georgia Ave., near Hans
com p.ark. Janitor service. Coolest in the
PETERS TRIST C.
1513 NORTH 20TH Full modern house,
8 large rooms; best location boarding
house in city. T. J. HOOK, office 1101
North ISth St.
ALL modern, 7-r. house, east front, on
Central boulevard, 712 N. 27th Ave. Very
reasonable to first-class tenant. H. B.
Boyies, Boyles college. Both 'phones.
TWO RPVTAI. SlRiltlVii
Both easy walking distance, 2640 Dodge,
8 rooms, modern, new decorations, water
W. W. MITCHELL,
Owner, 411 Bee Bldg.
FOR RENT 5-room house. 1409 So. 7th
6-ROOM modern house, close in, $23.
J. H. DUMONT & SON.
Phone Dougjas 690. 1G03 Farnam St.
to per mo. S to 4 rooms. Tel. D. 2707.
Store and Office.
M'CAGUE BUILDING, 15TH AND
DODGE. Attractive office, moderate
prices. APPLY OMAHA LOAN 'AND
Store. 320 S. 13th St., 20x45. Tel. D. 6220.
FINE factory building, two stores and
basement, 30x80 ft.; eleetrfc elevator,
lights, etc. . Will rent whole or part
cheap. 1508 Cuming. Phone Douglas 37ul
OFFERED FOR SALE
Louisiana Furniture Store closing out
furniture, Ice boxes, etc. 2104 Cuming.
ALL kinds of sood lurniture for sale.at
2564 Marcy. Call at once.
SANITARY couch for sale .at your own
price. sMi . zn St.
FOR SALE RanKe. hot water coil
Teadlng lamp, all for gas. Apply 410
worth zzi st. . Telephone Douglas 6074.
- HOUSEHOLD furniture, china and
aucnen utensils, Thursday morning at
the' Omaha Van & Storage Co., corner
18th . and Leavenworth Sts. Mrs. P. H
Hines. Musical Instrument. .
ELECTRIC Pianos, music boxes, player
pianos. Continental Novelty. 11 N. loth.
A PRACTICALLY new No. 6 latest
model . Underwood typewriter; will dis
count price 60 per cent for Immediate
sale. Typewriter case and cover thrown
in. Address O 271,. Bee.
OLIVER typewriter, nearly new, good
condition. A. MARK. Douglas 5507.
SAFES Overstocked . with second-hand
safes; all sizes and makes; bargains.
American Supply Co., 1110 Farnam St.
POOL tables, store, restaurant fixtures
bought, sold. Levy, 2510 N, So. Omaha.
FOR SALE New and second-hand
carom and pocket billiard tables and
bpwllng alleys and accessories; bar fix
tares of all kinds; easy payments. ' The
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co., 407-409
South 10th street.
FOR SALE Two scholarships in the
Omaha Commercial college and one !n
Boyles college Business office, .Omaha
FOR SALE Scholarship in Boyles col
lege. Call at or address Business office,
OLD SA.FKS. DERIGMT, :1MS Farnam'St.
FOR SALE At very low price a 14
arm rug rack in first-class condition.
Dunn & Dudley Co., Glenwood, la.
FOR SALE 1911 Yale motorcycle.
Tires and engine in fine condition. Price,
U. Frank Garey, Fairmont, Neb.
CELERY plants. Greenville Bros. 6327
N. 24th St.
BODY MASSAGE, 222-3 Neville, D. 7761.
SS-OAX BLOOD REMEDY.
Gladish-Pharmacy, 12th and Dodge.
MANICURING, hair dressing; facial
massage, by expert; reasonable prices.
Call Miss Laurence for appointment.
Drexel hotel. B-1241. -
PROFESSIONAL reader, entertainer
and invalids' companion. 'Phone D. 3756.
IOWA lady, owning beautiful Omaha
home (now rented), worth J10,0o0, mort
gage $4,000, would like to trade for 5 per
cent securities or unmortgaged land,
worth J6.000. Agents need not reply. Ad
dress. H. 201, Bee.
THE SALVATION ARMY LiiUs cast
off clothing; in fact, anything you do not
need. We collect, repair and sell at 131
N. 11th St., for cost of collection, to the
worthy poor. Phone Douglas 4125 and
wagons will call.
Allen of Chicago. 109 S. 17. 1st fl. D. 7665.
Vital massage, baths, electric vibratory
and radiator treatments. Dr. Anna D.
Fisher, 401 Ware blk. 309 S. 15th. D. 2785.
Massage. Mrs. Rlttenh se. 308 Boston Bid.
YOUNG women coming to Omaha as
strangers are invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian association building
at Seventeenth and 8L Mary's Ave.,
where they will be directed to suitable
boarding places, or otherwise assisted
Look for our travelers' aid at the Union
ANNA H. MAEKS u&
nam." Davldge Blk. Apt. 3. Red 7529.
VACUUM MASSAGE, 208 So. 13th St.,
R. 825, dally, Sunday; open evenings;
hours, 10 to 10.
1W A SIQ A dV, Swedish movement. Ap.t
IVlAOQilUi-J 2, 1802 Farnam. D. 6240.
MA(rN"RTTf! treatment. E. Brott. 710
mAUiMri no s 16th 2d floor D 52S9
. WE RENT and repair all kinds of sew
ing machines.' Ind. A -1063; Douglas lifti
. NEBRASKA CYCLE CO..
loth and Harney Sts.
M ASS AGE Expert treatment, Mrs.
OXA&&.JU Steele, 208 S. 13 St. R. 325.
Tip" -to-Date Beauty parlors, Kathryn
Lane Daly, 113 S. 16th, 2d floor. D. 2427.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
Screening $1.50 per 100. Wagner, 801 N. 18
I HAVE for quick sale two dark seal
brindle Boston terrier puppies, by Storz
"Tommy Crib." Can be seen all day
Sunday . at 5312 N. 29th St. Telephone
LIVE STOCK SIARKET OF WEST
Ship live stock to Soutn Omaha. Save
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful atten
Live Stock Commission Merchants.
Byers Bros. & Co. Strong and responsible.
WOOD BROS., 4-38 Exchange Bldg.
Great West. Com. Co., Omaha & Denver.
Clay, Robinson & Co., 200 Exchange Bldg.
CLIFTON Com. Co., 822 Exchange Bldg.
Martin Bros. & Co.. Exch. Bdg.
TAGG BROS., handle cattie, hogs, sheep.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
OMAHA property and Nebraska land.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE- CO..
1016 New Omaha-Nat'l Bank Building.
MONEY to loan on business or resi
dence properties, 1100 to 50O,0OO. W. II.
THOMAS, 503 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Oo.. 1320 Farnam .St.
Wanted farm loans. Kloke Inv. Co., Oma.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D.
Wead. Wead Klqy., 18th and Farnam.
fITY LOANS. Kamln.tferlba.-
0 Co. 310-312 Brandeis Theater Bldg.
GARVTN BROS !-"". ) and
LOANS Farm and city property. J
H. Dumont Son, IW Farnam St.
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising is the Road to
THE ALLAN LINE
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS
MONTREAL. LIVERPOOL, GLASGOW.
Montreal. Havre. Plymouth. London.
The Picturesque St. Lawrence Route.
Four days on the ocean, three days
In river and gulf. Splendid new Turban
steamers. Saloon, second-cabin and third
class. Superior one-class cabin service.
Cuisine unexcelled. Courteous attention,
fend for circulars, rates, plans, etc.
Allan & Co.. 127 N. Dearborn St.. Chicago.
Anchor Line Steamships
New York, Londonderry and Glasgow.
New York, Palermo and Naples.
Attractive rates for tickets between New
York and all Scotch, English, Irish.
Continental and Mediterranean points.
Superior accommodations, excellent cui
sine, efficient service. Apply promptly
for reservation to local agent of Anchor
Line or Henderson Brothers, General
Agents, Chicago, 111.
WANTED TO BIT
Household gds. clothes & shoes. D3971 B1S5J
2d-hand oods. Keiser. 12!) Center. IV5i.
Chicago buyers, zd-hand clothes, shoes,
hats; best prices; will call. Tyler 1100.
AT PTT7M Pa's tn Dest prices for old
Aim lron . metaig, rubber, etc.
WASTED TO RENT
YOUNG professional man desires mod
ern room and board with private family,
well located; no boarding and rooming
houses need answer. Address B 2SS. Bee.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
TO EXCHANGE Good, smooth laud
and well rented town properly for stock
of general merchandise well located in
eastern Kansas, Nebraska or western
Iowa. Can use large stock and might
put in some cash if stutr is gooa enougn.
Give full details in first letter. Address
Lock Box L. Selbert, Colorado.
GOO-ACRE irrigated grain, alfalfa and
vegetable farm; two sets Improvements;
good water rights; 60 miles east of Den
ver on Platte river. Want good mer
chandise or Income property. Might con
sider smaller farm. Address, Y 41. Bee.
100 A. farm, exchange for merchandise;
owner, C. M, Maier, Coin. Ia.
FOR SALE or exchange, 320 acres in
Brown, Co., Neb.; improved; price $20 per
acre; incumbered for $1,200; due in five
years;. 160 acres tn Chase county, Neb.;
price $15 per acre; clear; will exchange
either one or both for clear Income
property. J. H. Pieper, Owner. Albion,
I WANT OMAHA HOME.
I have a fine little farm of 40 acres ad
joining the town of Blue Mound, Linn
Co., Kan., 65 miles south of Kansas City,
level as a floor; well improved, nice or
chard and only ft mile from P. O. and a
town of 1,000 people. This is a fine home.
Price $150 per acre; mortgage, $1,50); 5
years tt per cent; equity, $4,5u0 will take
clear house to that amount or two cot
tages. Address Box 426, Omaha, Neb.
LOT on 27th St., South Omaha; will
trade for automobile. D. A. Lannlng,
FOR EXCHANGE Want Southern
California property for good, clear
Omaha. Address 1136 West 42d St., Los
A GROCERY stock and fixtures, hand
ling bakery goods and confectionery; will
take in part payment vacant lot, balance
DEUEL & HANKINSON,
201 Paxton Blk. Tel. Doug. 2877.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
Reed Abstract Co., oldest abstract of
fice in Nebraska. ' 20R Brandeis Theater.
NEALE ft CAMPBELL, 1714 Farnam Si.
Electric, gas fixtures. Omaha Silver Co.
Ideal Cement Co., 17th and Cuming Sts.
Fuchs, Son & Blind, painting.decorating.
H. Gross, lum. wreck'g, plb. 21 & Paul.
BLUE PRINTING. 424 PAXTON. D. 2720.
HPiTflM tin wnrk. Original AmBrl.
can furnaces. 2518 Cuming. D. 6198.
' ACREAGE FOR SALE. -
2V4 ACRES with good 7-room house,
Ideal location,, close in, for immediate
sale. Price, $3,850; $500 cash,, balance $25
per month. Act at once.
OR1N S. MERRILL CO.,
1213-1214 City National Bank Bldg.
ACREAGE BARGAINS near Omaha.
Orin 8. Merrill, 1213 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
CITY PROPERTY FOK SALE.
West Farnam Home
At-604 S. 35th Ave., we have a 7-room;
all modern house. Living room, dining
room and kitchen on the first floor. Large
front hall, with open stairway to second
floor. Four good bed rooms and bath
on the second floor. Full cemented base
ment. Furnace. The lot is 6 feet front,
with fine shade trees. Paved street.
There is nothing like it In the city for the
money. $3,750, and a small amount of cash
will handle It
A. R Tukey & Son
Tel. Doug. 21S1. 444-5 Board of Trade Bldg.
Cuming Street Lot
In order to close out her Omaha hold
ing ail., eastern owner offer lot 33x132
on the south side or turning street oe
tween 15th and 16th St. for sale at $1,S00.
Trackage can be obtained.
The IJyron Reed Co.
212 S. 17th St.
976 N. 25th St., good square two-story
house with four bedrooms, strictly mod
ern, oak finish, mantel and grate, large
lot. 60x127 ft., all fenced ready to occupy.
Price, $4,900. Reasonable terms.
S. P. Bostwick
218 S. 17th St., Ground Floor, Bee Bldg.
Phone Tyler 1506.
Income $60 per month.
Nears 12th and Dodge
Want offer this week.
D. V. SHOLES CO.,
City National Bank.
TRADE FOB COTTAGE OB
Strictly modern house, all oak
finish dpwnstalrs, hard pine up-,
stairs; lot 50x130; has garage;
paved street, close to Farnam
car line. House less than three
years old. $6,500.00. .
GALLAGHER & NELSON,
4S3 Brandeis Bldg., Omaha, Neb.,
Balance monthly will take one of thos
! pleted near the new Central schoolhouse.
! They contain reception hall, parlor, din
ing room and kitchen on first floor, with
open stairway to second floor, which has
two large bed rooms and bath room, all
strictly modern excepting iiat. nice lot.
permanent walks, cement collar, fa block
to car. You must eee thfs? to appreciate
them. Prices $2.4110. $2,350 and $2,300.
310-313 Brandeis Theater.
CITY PROPERTY FOIl SALE.
k. i 1
w Af SF
Rental $1,152 a Year
No. 230S-10 South 24th street. A new,
substantially built brick flat of four 6-r,
flats, renting at a very low rental, and
located in a good residence district on
24th street moss-town car line, where
properties will advance. On a paVea
street, paving all paid. The first floor
flats rent for $25 each and the second
floor flats rent for $23 each. It will pay
you to look this over at once, as someone
will get a good bargain. Can arrange
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney St. ,
WORK ON THIS BEAUTIFUL ADDI
TION IS NOW PROGRESSING RAP
IDLY, AND BY SATURDAY NEXT.
JUNE 15. EVERYTHING WILL BE IN
READINESS. PERMANENT CON
CRETE WALKS IN, THE ARTISTIC
ENTRANCE OF MASONRY COM
PLETED AND THE WORK OF THE
LANDSCAPE GARDENER FINISHED.
GLEN PARK IS AN
FOR YOUR HOME.
SALESMEN ON GROUNDo NEXT
8ATURDAY AFTER 2 P. M. AND SUN
DAY ALL DAY.
SEE all next Sunday Papers.
F S. Trullinger,
Acre. Tracts for
$3,500 For 4 acres, located high and
sightly, affording a fine view of
the river, city and surrounding
country, in the north portion of
Florence, improved with a 6-room
bungalow, having cistern water In
house, electric light, bathroom;
also barn and good tiled well. Non
resident owner here anxious to
move this property at once and will
consider any reasonable offer. In
vestigate. $2,600 For 5 acres, In same locality as
above, near high class improve
ments, with natural shade trees,
being an ideal spot for a suburban
home. Approached by three roads.
This price has been reduced for
quick sale and anyone contemplat
ing purchasing a country home
site should see this at once.
George & Company
Tels. D. 756 or A-176S. 902-12 City Nat. Bk.
Will buy six-room cottage, modern ex
cept heat, lot 44x119; part payment down;
balance same as rent. Location 2420
Will buy 5-room cottage, modern except
heat; $850 cash; loan association carry
balance same as rent. Location 8321 Tay
Have inquiry for strictly modern, com
paratively new. up-to-date home, Park
district preferred. Cost not to exceed $6,500.
Also same character of home in strictly
first class district, cost not to exceed
DEUEL & HANKINSON,
201 Paxton Blk. Tel. Doug. 2877.
Brick Flats, Close In
$16,000; rents, 11,728; yearly leases; four
apartments; one of the newest and best
built flats in the city; permanent con
struction and a safe 9 per cent net In
vestment. Less than five blocks of our
offices and undoubtedly sure of an in
Glover Realty Syndicate
1219-22 City Natolnal. Doug. S963.
Buy from Owner
Large 10-room house at 2630 Franklin
St., gas and electric llgtt, water, and on
paved street; house is newly painted and
is In fine condition; buy from owner and
save dealer's commission. I will sell
this place for $1.S50. $400.00 cash and
balance on easy terms. Telephone Red
4301 after 6 p. m.
30th and Capitol
Close In, corner, paved streets. 3 blocks
north of Farnam, 7 rooms, NEW, modern,
4 down and 3 up, parlor, hall and dining
room fh oak. $1,000 cosh, balance monthly.
low umana at i. Doug, or A-2163.
O'Keefe Roal Estate Co.,
Harney 6134 or H. 2S43.
Stop Paying Rent
When you can buy a six-room eottare
in a nice neighborhood handy to car line
and schools; lot 50x116, near 41st and
Charles Bts., for $100 cash, balance like
rent, i or lurther information call up
SCOTT & HILL,
D. 1009, A-1752. 207 McCague Bldg.
FIELD CLUB DISTRICT
Good 10-room modern nome; cement
sidewalks, etc.; $150 paid to anybody who
brings buyer; com $i,5iu to build; leaving
town. Tel. Harney V7!, be call all
Fof Sale My nee 9-ioom house, good
neighborhood, nice fawn, cement walks,
trees; lot o0xl, near street cars and
schools. Will make easy terms. 26tfj
Pierce. Tel. Red 6100.
CITY PHOPFHTV KOU Stl.F,.
Save Rent Money
And Buy a Home With It
The following homes can he bought on
small cash payments and the balance in
$250 CASH WILL BUY
2613 Decatur Street
A 6-room house, modern, except fur
nace, large lot 60x128. room to build an
other cottage; price $2,250. .
$300 CASH WILL BUY
4524 Charles Street
A good 8-room house and large barn;
house modern, except furnace; fine large
lot. nice shade trees and fruit, "price
$400 CASH WILL BUY
2334 South 35th Street
A nearly new 5-room, all modern cot
tage, small barn, can be used as a gar
age; paved street. Owner leaving city;
$500 CASH WILL BUY
3911 North 20th St. Blvd.
A brand new all modern 6-room. two
story house, fine sleeping porch, beau
tiful shade trees, growing district; price
$500 CASH WILL BUY
4121 North 20th St. Blvd.
A beautiful brand new, 6-room. bunga
low, oak finish, tinted walls, built-in
buffet and bookcases; price $3,S(X).
$750 CASH WILL BUY
1616 Spruce St., Close In
A nearly new, full two-story, all mod
ern 7-room house, completely modern,
well built and attractive design; prtcs
$1,000 CASH WILL BUY
540 South 25th Ave., Close In
A fine 8-room, completely modern home,
built about five years, hot water heating
plant. A good Investment or a comfor
table home; price $4,500.
Payne & Slater Co.
616 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Owner Must Sell
Strictly modern seven-room cottage,
built, for a home, nicely papered, fine
lighting fixtures, nice neighborhood,
handy to car line and stores; lot 40x127;
good barn. Owner wants to go on farm.
Reduced from $3,S0O to $3.0M for quick
sale. A few hundred cash, balance Uke
rent. See us about this.
SCOTT & HILL.
D. 1009. A-1752. 307 McCague Bldg.
Seven Room White
Bemls Park new home, must be seen to
be appreciated. Let us show you this
ideal little home, you can't beat it. Price,
0 'Neil's R. E. and Ins. Agency,
Tyler 1024, A-3318. 1605 Farnam Street.
Home, $300 Cash,
$15 Per Month, $1,600
Excellent 6-room house at 2&08 No. 2Sth
St., large lot, faces Maple St. This is your
chance to get a good house and stop pay
ing rent. Owner lives in house and will
show you through, or see
Hastings & Heyden
1614 Harney Street.
Here is a Real Bar
gain in Benson
A new 4-room cottage on a large lot In
Rose Hill addition. South front, two
blocks from car line and close to new
school. Price $1,200. $100 cash, balance in
monthly payments at 6 per cent. Thl
offer good for one week only.
JAS. WALSH. Benson.
An attractive and complete five-room
cottage with every modern convenience,
located near 2Sth and Chicago Sts. It
Is only two or three years old; is newly
papered and has oak finish in the living
rooms. Call us up for art appointment
to look through. Terms arranged.
SCOTT & HILL,
D. 1009, A-1752. 307 McCague Bldg.
h!ere is a
$200 buys a 60xl2g-foot lot not far from
car line. Lot front south on Lucas be
tween Clark and Burnham; described as
eH of lot 10. block 35. Phone Webster
W0, or address O. R. W., Bee.
$25 PER MONTH
BUYS CHOICE NEW FIVE-ROOM
modern cottage, electric light, cemented
cellar, walks, etc. fine corner lot, 50x128
ft., east front; well located, two blocks
to car. Bargain at $2,850; $50 cash, bal
ance same as rent. See us at once about
this and four others on similar terms.
RUSSELL & McKITRICK CO..
432 Ramge Bldg. 15th and Harney Sts.
Phone Douglas 857.
Lake St., second lot west Telephone
Vvf ham?' ' i&TlS'! twn car lines. Ronl-
dence or business. By and by lake will be
a business street. Owner, Webster 2612.
A SACRIFICE TO LEAVE OMAHA.
I will sell one 8-room house, worth $:i,000.
for $2,200; one C-room cottage, modern,
worth $2,000, for $1,650; one 4-room cot
tage, worth $1,(KJ, for $1,150. J. P. JACK
SON, 1811 Frederick St.. Tel. Doug. 4&3A
180 acres. Weld county, Colo.,
to trade for cottage or income
property, or will tell cheap for
cash, with good terms.
GALLAGHER & NELSON
4S3 Brandeis Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
MAP OF OMAHA STREETS. Indexed.
Mailed free on application. Chas. E. Wil
liamson Co., Real Estate, Insurance,
Rentals, care of property, Omaha.
LARGE modern eight-room home fo:
pair- by owner. Webster 3410.
TO BUY, SELL OR RENT, FIRST SEE
JOHN W. BOBBINS. Wi FARNAM ST.
6-ROOM house, all modern, near cars,
Dundee. Harney 2553.
Amos Grant Is now of the firm of
Sundell & Grant Realty Co. Now located
at 211 Brandeis Theater Bldg. Doug. 83K0.
6-ROOM mod. house for sale. 1527 N.
24h fit.. South Omaha. South 81.1
FOR lease, 640 pasture 3 wire fences, ID
miles south of Alnsworth, Neb. Plenty
of water and good grase. Address Mrs.
Wm. E. Mills. 3517 Valley St., Omaha.
Neb. Phone H&ixey 3527.
FA KM C HAS CH I, A Mia FOR tAIJS
BRITISH COLUMBIA lands on GRAND
TRUNK. Frank Crawford, 203 Cotton
Bldg.. Vancouver or Omaha,
FARM t I) A III I, AMIS FOR JAl.fc
UNUSUAL. ESPECIALLY A ITR AC
TIVE to doctors ami other professional
men. also farmers ami all ho haxo tlwit
yearning for place to retire, nor oi
later. Is bearing now. Why wait? Fruit
and almonds. Pay for iise'.f. only i
ptr cent cash. 1 per cent monthly or an
nually "Money buck" If not pleased. By
best town north of Sacramento. You del
with the owners Fare paid. Co with
us next trip while they last. Write or
cull at once for attractive literature.
CM AS. E. WILLIAMSON CO,
(Hank and business house references.)
A COLORADO FARM.
W acres Irrigated, In the best part of
the San Luis valley, A double system of
Irrigation guarantees an ample supply of
wtter for Irrigation. Rich chocolate
soil, good neighbors, artesian wells, only
six miles to a railroad town This Is
virgin soil, cleared and plowed, ready
to seed. It is ottered for o,ulrk sale at
$50 per acre, easy terms. Write for full
particulars. The. Charles E. Gibson Com
pany, 1017 First National Bank Bldg..
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA
Traversed by the
ATLANTIC. B1RM 1 XG H AM-ATLAN-TIC
Lands adapted to the widest range of
crops. All the money crops of the south
plentifully produced. For literature treat
ing with this coming country. Its soli,
climate, church and school advantages,
W. B. LEAHY, DK.PT. K,
General Passenger Agent,
ATLANTA, OA. .
MOST productive hay and grain land
In the world -Long Valley, Idaho. No Ir
rigation needed; fine climate, finu water,
cheap fuel, telephones, railroad, elec
tricity. Improved land $25 to $50 par acre.
Also fluest orchard land proposition tn
Idaho. For information write today. Fay
ette River Colonization Co., Nampa,
THE easiest way to find a buyer for
your farm Is to insert a small want ad
In the Des Moines Capital. Largest cir
culation In the state of Iowa, 43,uu0 dally.
The Capital is read by and believed in by
the standpatters of Iowa, who simply re
fuse to permit any other paper In their
homes, lutes, 1 vent a word a day; $1.25
per lino per month; count six ordinary
words to the Una. Address Dos Moines
Capital, Des Moines, la.
Six miles of Council Bluffs, one-half
mile from railroad station. One of best
small farms near the city. Good J-room
house, plenty barns and outbuildings;
7 acres bearing orchurd, principally win
ter apples; small vineyard and some ber
ries; 3 acres alfalfa. 8 acres timothy and
clover. Nice large yard with good lawn,
plenty of shade, etc. THIS PLACE WILL
NOT DISAPPOINT YOU. It is a good
oue, very attractive and worth the price
of $6,500; one-third cash, balance long
time at 6 per cent. Possession with crop
M'GEE REAL ESTATE CO.,
105 Pearl St.
133 ACRES POLK COUNTY, IA.
Good six-room house, cellar, summer
kitchen, good orchard, 110 pine and
spruce trees, wind break, horse barn for
14 head of horses, cow barn for 22 cows,
two large cattle sheds, 60-foot machine
shed, 3 good wells, wind mill, orchard
and houne yard fenced chicken tight,
70 acres fenced hog tight in three dif
ferent fields, hog house, running water
on place; 10 acres of fine timber. For
particulars Inquire of F. J. Foy, Max
BUY a farm In west central Minnesota.
I have some wonderfully good bargains.
Easiest terms. Wrlu for particulars. J.
S. Ulland, president Fergus Falls Na
tional Bank, Fergus Falls, Minn.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN.
820-acre farm 3 miles from good town,
40 miles from Minneapolis, on main road,
telephone and mall route. 75 tores under
cultivation, acres good meadow will
cut over lw tons of hay ; balance tn
pasture wlti 'u acres good oak timDer,
can all bt o ..led up. Land lays level,
good soil in the best of condition, no
stone or gravel aha no ioui weeat. uooa
seven room house in splendid grove
with other buildings, good wen and
water. An ideal stock and dairy larm.
Selling on account of old age. Price,
$35 per acre for quick sale.
CHAS. E. SWANSON, Elk River, Minn.
RANCHES-$2,-O0 to $100,000. 6end for
list. Shopen & Co., Ranch Dealers,
FOR SALE 160 acres all fenced; 80
acres under cultivation; 6-room house, it
x52 barn; 16x20 chicken house; 16x16 gran
ary; 10x12 stone milk house, windmill
and good water; located five miles from
Chappell, $40 an acre takes this Durgain;
halt down and mortgage (or baiance.
Address Mrs. Christie Jacobs, Chuppell,
HOMESTEAD 320 acres rich farm land
at $250 filing fees and all. Not rough or
sanay. j. a. xracy, nimDaii, inbd.
Section for" $500.00.
Located in Garfield county, Nebraska.
Small house, garden, and few trees.
Forty to fifty acres good level farm and
hay land suitable for growing corn, oat3,
or alfalfa with success. Balance pasture.
For particulars address P. O. Box No.
584, Pond Creek, Oklahoma.
FOR SALE by owner, ideal dairy and
fruit ranch. C. B. Gaines, Gates, Ore.
We have just purchased one of ths
richest tracts of land, suitable for general
farming, poultry raising, dairying, truck
ing and fruit growing in the United
States, and have subdivided It and thrown
It open for settlement In small tracts.
To a few farmers, poultry raisers,
dairymen, truck or fruit growers who
would make good neighbors, we are
willing to dispose of some of this land at
a small part of Its real value; In fact,
less than you would pay for land In a
new country away from transportation.
This land Is located on the MAIN line of
the Illinois Central Railroad and only a
few hours' ride from the great markets
of Chicago, St. Lolls, Indianapolis, Cln
clnnatl, Louisville, Kansas City and
There Is no richer soil on earth than
this section. We have sworn affidavits
from farmers and truck growers showing
what thev hnve made in a single vear:
fgrio PER ACRE ON CABBAGE.
$2.V) PER ACRK ON POTATOES.
$200 PER ACnrc ON MKLONS.
$500 PER ACRE ON TOMATOES.
$600 PER ACRE ON PEACHES.
This land Is bought and paid for. hence
we are in a position to make terms to
the right parties. Take any number of
acres you want (from five acres up), (2
per acre down and easy terms on the
Write or call today. Your name and
address on a post card will bring affi
davits, maps, printed Information and
pictures of the property.
This will not put you under obligations
to us whatever and is absolutely FREE
I. N. VOGEL. 415 Karbach Block.
FORT LOGAN, COLORADO. MAY li,
1912. Sealed proposals, In triplicate, will
be received here until 10 a. rn. June 15,
1912, for tho sinking of one 8-inc h tubular
deep well at this depot. Blank forms for
bidders, specifications and full Informa
tion may be obtained upon application.
The United States reserves the right t
accept any rr all proposals or any part
thereof. Envelopes containing proposal.',
should be marked "Proposals for Tubular
Well," and addressed to the Constructing
Quartermaster. Fort Locan. Colorado. 1.
f . Frlssell. Captain and Quartermaster,
U. S. Army. M16-17-IH9J12-U
Forest Fire Raging j
Over Nevada Lands i
CARSON. New. June 12. The largest
forst fire in Nevada In te,n yters is raging
tonight west of Carson. Fanned by
high wind, It has reached ranches within
a mile of the city. Already thousands of
acres have been burned over, and fire
fighters can do nothing unless the wind
subsides. The city's water supply is
ABOLISH COMMERCE COURT
Senate Agrees With House in Refus
TAFT MAY VETO THE MEASURE
Judges Would be Dispersed to Take
I p Duties as Members of fir.
rait Courts of Dropped
WASHINGTON. June 12.-Only the
signature of President Taft now Is re
Quired to abolish the commerce court of
the United States.
The legislating out of existence of that
tribunal, crea'ed only two years ago, and
which the supreme court of the United i
States recently declared had exceeded Itsj
powers, was determined upon today when
the senate by a vote of 3 to 23 defeated
a 14 a iiiviiuiiivii s, manv (iiuitoivii iui
maintaining tho court in the legislative,
executive and judicial appropriation bill.
By this vote the senate reversed Its own
appropriations committee, which had
recommended the adoption of the amend
ment. This put both houses of congress In ac
cord on the matter of abolishing the court.
There Is a likelihood, it was asserted In
official circles tonight, that President Taft
will veto the bill because of the court's
Of the votes cast In opposition to the
court twenty-six were by democrats and
the remaining ten by republicans. Tl
democratic vote in this column was as
follows: Ashurst, Bacon. Bryan, Cham
berlain, Chilton, Culberson. Fletcher,
Gardner, Gore, Hitchcock, Johnson, John
stone, Martin, Marttne, Myers, Overman,
Percy, Pomerene, Rayner, Reed, Shlvely,
Simmons, Swanson, Smith of Georgia,
Tillman and Watson.
The republican negative vote was cast
In the main by progressives, but Senators
Nelson and Heyburn Joined them In oppo
sition. The progressive republicans vot
ing thus were; Bourne, Bristow, Clapp,
Crawford, Cummins, Gronna, La Follette
Senator Thornton of Louisiana was the
only democrat who voted for continuance
of the court. The twenty-two republicans
voting In support of the court wer
Bradlev, Burton, Cullom, Pllllngnam, pu
pont, Galtlnger, Jones, Lodge, Lorlmer,
McCumber, McLean, Oliver, Page, Per
kins, Root, Smith of Michigan, Smoot,
Stephenson, Sutherland, Townsend, War
ren and Whltmore,
Effect of Action.
The court Is composed of five Judges
who would be dispersed, and take up their
duties as members of the various cir
cuit courts of appeal, If they are not
dropped out of office altogether as pro
posed by some senators. The court's
elaborate quarters here were furnished
at considerable expense. The casei here
tofore passed upon by the commero
court, which Involved only railroad litl
gatlon on appeal from decisions of the
Interstate Commerce commission again
would be handled by the United State
The discussion occupied most of the
day's session of the senate. Speeches
were made In favor of abolition by
Senators Polndexter, Overman, Asburit
and Cummins, and In opposition by, Sen
ators Townscnd and Burton. The
court was attacked not only on account
of its unique position, but on the oharge
of extravagance. Mr. Overman alleged
that its expenditures had been far be
yond necessity. Messrs. Polndexter,
Cummins and Ashurst said the court
was unnecessary and undesirable. It
was contended that Its existence nullified
the work of the Interstate Commerce
Senators Townsend and Burton de
fended the court as calculated to ex
pedite business. Mr. Townsend denied
that its decisions favored the railroads,
declaring that cases previously requir
ing five years now were heard within
as many months, and discontinuance of
the court would disarrange the cases
for Union Office
Only four votes separated Harry
Stroesser and J. H. Hale when the offi
cial count was made in the semi-annual
election of officers of the Carpenters' and
Joiners' union at Labor temple last night.
The two men were running for the office
of business agent of the organization, and
as thin Is the only salaried office In the
union a lively fight developed. Hale won
J. J. Kerrigan, four times president of
the union, was defeated by H. F. Wulf by
a close margin. Other officers chosen
VIaa ndM.nl tla.,l,t TITIlc.-.
secretary, D. w. O'Conner; financial sec
retary, J. H. Hale; treasurer, James Mulr;
conductor, Ben Peterson; warden, R.
Kngei; auditor, S. G. Spence; trustee.
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COLONEL MAKES A PROTEST:
"Dangerously Near Treason" Sayi
of His Opponents.
OFFICE NOT POLITICIANS' GIFT
Asks if Party Shall be Haled by
People or by Defeated Chieftains
in Vlw of Thirteenth I nil I-
OYSTER BAY. N. Y., June 12.-With
an attack tin his opponents in the re
publican national committee and on
President Taft. Coionel Roosevelt again
tonight protested against the course of
affairs at Chicago. In a statement, is
sued at Sagamore Hill he said Mr. Taft
assumed "that the presidency Is to be
treated as a gift within the bestowal of
the politicians. In defiance of the duly
expressed wish of the people."
"Such conduct," Colonel Roosevelt
wrote, "comes dangerously near being
treason to the whole spirit of our in
stitutions, to the whole spirit of demo
crats free government."
The former president placed especial
stress on the action of the committee
In seating the Taft delegates, from the
Thirteenth district of Indiana, notwith
standing the fact, he said, that the
Roosevelt men pearly were In the ma
jority In the convention which was called
to elect these two delegates.
Colonel Roosevelt's statement says In
"The question at Chicago becomes ,
clearer with every vote of the national .
committee. It Is simply whether tha
people have the right to nomlnnte whom
ever they wish for the highest officer
In their arlfr nr vhnlhar h riotlhAOt
theft and fraud certain machine leaders.
acting In the Interest of special privilege,
are to be permitted to deprive the people,
of this right. '
Who Shall Itulet
"By an overwhelming majority where'
they have bad the opportunity to express,
their wishes at the primaries, th plain'
people, the rank and file of the re
publican party, aave repudiated Mr. TafL
NOW Wfe arm fac in tmt with th. s.noa-'
tlon whether the people rule the re
publican tiarty or whether the party is
to be ruled by the discredited bossetf
whom the people hava themselves ri'
"Massachusetts has Just defeated Mr.'
Crane as a delegate to the Chicago con
vention. But Mr. Crane Is In Chicago"
acting under the orders of Mr. Barnea,
!n the steam roller tactics. Franklin'
Murphy has Just been defeated In New
Jersey. A candidate for delcgata and all
twenty-six New Jersey delegate! are for
me. But Mr. Murphy Is on the national
committee at Chicago taking part in the
effort to pack the convention against:,
the choice of the republicans of his own .
"Mr. Penrose has Just been defeated,
tor delegate In Pennsylvania, but he ls
Taft leader on the national commutes."
Mr. Mulvsne of Kansas, has Just been
defeated for national committeeman In
Kanas, Mr. William Allen White taklmj
hls place. But Mr. Mulvane Is on tire ,,
national committee acting with Mr. Pen
rose. The Taft people were overwhelm-'
Ingly beaten In Kantai and Pennsylvania,
yet Messrs. Mulvane and Penrose, thef
two Taft lieutenants, are foremost 'in',:
ths effort to thwart the will of the peo-;
pis who liave defeated them. .,
"Thesa men prattle about "regularltyi'
Who are ths regulars? Ths great ma-;,
Jorlty of ths republican rank and ftls7
who have Just overwhelmingly repudiated
ths bosses, or the bosses who have Just7
been overwhelmingly repudiated by the!
rank and file? The national committee
men like Messrs. Penrose, Mirtvariis,
Murphy and company, have no claim to,-
ivaiv ui me i uftjuuutmi ii i, slave. u&i
claim to consider themselves regular. They;
have Just been repudiated by the repubv?
llcan party. They have no wish for rsv't
publican success. Their actions make It'
evident that In their anger at the party:
that has repudiated them they now seelc
to bring the party down to shars their--
own disaster." . .
After reviewing at some length the rexr
suits In several states Where primary:,
elections were held, the statsment con-T
"Mr. Taft has been repudiated by thi
people and hs now appeals to his repre
sentatives In the national committee,
half of whom have themselves also been,':
repudiated, and asks them to force his -nomination
on the rank and file of ths';'
republican party, who have declared thai :
they do not wish him. Mr. Taft at one;
period of the campaign said I was un-.
Just to him because I stated that thA
bosses were for him and ths people;
against him. Events have proved thai.
I was right.
"How do these bosses hope to nominate
Mr. Taft? What they did in ths Thir
teenth Indiana district yesterday sup
plies the answer. I have said and the
acts of my supporters have made good
my words that I do not wish one dele
gate seated for me if there Is "a reason
able doubt in his case. The members
of the national committee who are my
supporters have leaned backwards In
every case where there was so much as
a color of claim that the question was In.
doubt. They have divided only where
the cass was so clear that no honest,
man could doubt. - ;
not touch nominating conventions.
"Nevertheless ths wrong they commll i
against the people is far greater than '
the wrong done the people by the little
politicians, such as those I have spoken'
of; for these men are engaged In thwart-'
n tha rttrh r. iVia r,nAnl ,
their will as to who shall hold the high
est office In ths gift of the people, the
presidency of the United States. . i
"I do not believe that the people wlfj:
tolerate such conduct, nor do I believe..
that sober republicans will consent - to
see the republican party sacrificed to
please ths bosses whom the party has
"It the national committee continues
as It has begun, I believe Its actions wUT
6s repudiated by the convention." .
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