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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, MAKCH 25, 1913.
OITICUKH KOK HKXT
llotrla nnil A nnrtinenta.
S19 S. 26th St . two nil modern rooms.
CALlFOttNIA HOTRt-Stenm heated
rooms $2 per week and tip; free bath.
RELIAHLR curtain cleaner, all kinds,
fine hand work: 10 yrs' experience. D. J7S2.
IlouneH nml CottnKos.
Kxp. Co., furniture &
inos moved, stored;
Z7!t. hm aoss.
M'T.ATTD & Son move trunks. Sc.
UJXUU Wc. Douglas 433S.
Moving, packing and storage ot house
hold goods and pianos Is our business.
Omaha Van nnd Storage "o.. flieproot
storage 600 8. 16th. by the viaduct
Branch office, 30n S. Kth St. Tel. D. 41W.
DrAlTA J,tvIiK vans, wagons, ex-vu-ivJ1-V
press. Daggage, ureproot stor-
EXPRESS C(J.?Be rilr"lturc Pnck-
, . , "Ing nnd atornge,
piano moving; reasonnblo prices, careful
men. 416 N. 17thDOQLASJ354.
2363 PKATT-6 rooms, all modern, $30
IlcmUs-Carlberg Co., 310-312 Brandels
FOU RENT OU SALE-NIno acres,
,Xi!rlllnJ ottnec. good barn, and well,
ssth ahd Vane Sts., about three blocks
from street car. Call Webster 3246.
8 ROOM modern house at 113 Bo. 44th
St., $30. Tel. Harney 3361.
GLOBE VAN & STOnAOE CO.-Stor-nRe,
$2 per month. We contract your
packing, storing and hauling. D. 423Sand
b. 37t5. Offices 117 S. 14tli St. S20 N. 16th.
New, modem. 5-room cottage, every Im
provement; full lot. 2719 Iluggles. $23.00.
J"00o'en"r0m nl0Icr" noU8c- 2109 Grant.
No l25that" J25Mr" llOUS0 n,ld barn- 500
Tlu"- Haipii, Mcfaguo Bldg. Doug. 1300
t,tr: T-Eieeant 6-room coTSrmTl
flt.. site Hcmls park. 3315 Ciimlng.
Foi: .K.VT Now seven-room house.
V" uHiucrn. sua Caldwell
s-nnriM iinn ,,ir . . ...:r
11BNTAL HA HA IN.
5- r house all mod. 4223 Douglas jj)
6- r f at mod. ex. bent. 1602 N. 24th t....$M
fi-r flat mod. ex. heat, 1606 N. 21th t. . $IB
fK;1 8- --"8
i-i- t "9U,SES AND COTTAGES:
X; " '""J. and two lots, only $10.
2im k1.08' ,Br- for colored, $15.
Jio 8o. 2Sth. 5-r., partly modern, In nice
oW Sha,cl?SQ bargain at 15.
2323 Ho. 18th. fi-r nil mr.H h.n- tic
1829 No. 17th St., 9-r., alt modern 'except
"ard, 6-r., strictly modern, only M.
H19 No. 34th St.. S-r.. all modern except
'Pat, very choice rcsldcnco district,
2543 Davenport, B-r.. modern except hoat,
very close In, $21.
2429 Franklin, 5-r., mod. ex. heat, $22.50.
hah .Madison Ave., 7-r., all modern except
neai, goou uarn, goou residence dis
M2 Hark Ave., 7-r., nil modern except
heat, choice district, $22. CO.
2S24 Itugglex. 7-r.. strictly modern, close
to car line, $23.
4362 Dodge. 6-r.. strictly modern. $25.
1035 So. 30th Ave.. 7-r., nil modern, choice
residence district, $30.
270S No. 20th, 7-r., nil modern, choice loca
tion, reduced to $30.
1921 PougluH, S-r., purtly modern, $30.
B64 So. 2Sth St.. 10-r.. strlctlv modern.
within easy walking distance; bargain
2010 Emmet. 9-r., strictly modern, choice
821 Park Ave., S-r., strictly modern,
cholco location, $40.
1412 No. Kth St., 3-r., part mod., only,$8.
(2 So. 30th. 4-r., modern except feat,
3115 N. 24th St., B-r., modern except heat,
bargain nt $15.
1912 Lake St., 6-r.. all modern except heat,
firat-clnss condition, $15.
20U Howard, 4-r , strictly modern, very
r!nnr In. X2T.
521 Georgia Ave., 10-r., all modern, within
easy walking aisiunce, ja.uu.
324 No. 25th, 6-r., strictly modern, cai,y
walking distance, $32.60.
aw: iiH A t'n K.r.. strlctlv modern. St.
Louis flat, In a very choice residence
n-ju u, Mnpv'n Avf fi.l. strlctlv mOdCtn.
St'. Louis flat, within walking dis
tance to business section and In a
choice neighborhood, xms iiai im
an exceptional Eolith and east ex-
3127 Pacific. 6-r'., Field club district,
3324 Harney, a beautiful brick dwelling.
In West l-arnam iiisiriui, t'"'"
and maids' quarters, large reception
ball, parlor, im.tng room, Kitchen and
Inundry facilities, $50. ,.
We have others. Cot .our complete
printed list before renting.
PAYNE & SLATER CO.,
Omaha's Hental .Men,
616 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
SAVE money in shipping household
goods, auto. etc. Missouri River Freight
Forwarding Co. Tel Doug. 394. 216 8. l.th.
MAGGARD VAN AND STORAGE CO.
packs, moves, stores and ships household
goods &nd pianos. Douglas 1496.
" 1513 N. 20th St.. strictly modern, 8 large
rooms, good order, $30. T. J. Hook, 1101 N.
NOW IS THE TIME TO LIST YOUR
VACANT houses with Payne & Slater
Co.. as we aro having more calls for good
houses than we can supply.
FOR RENT 2-story frame dwelling on
Cass St., between 2fith and 27th Sts.. all
modern Improvements. The Ctvtghton
University. Tel. Doug. 232a
Wnncno In ill parts of the city.
tlOUfcUb Crelgh. Sons & Co.. Bee Bldg.
except heat. 24H Caldwell St. Enquire at
2218 Webster St Tel. Harney 4583.
6-ROOM cotage, modern except heat,
$20, 3932 N. 23d; newly papered and var
nished Phone D. 786S.
HANSCOM PARK RESIDENCE. 10
rooms', modern, good repair, fine shade
and lawn, southeast corner Poppleton
Ave. and 31st St. $36.
SOUTH OMAHA residence, smnll barn;
premises fenced. No. 3918 Y St., $8.
SMALL GROCERY STORE und resi
dence. No. 302 S. 30th St.. $16.
Inquire of S. A. Searle, No. 648 Omaha
National Bank Bldg.. Omaha. Phones
Douglas 6S0 or Harney 1525.
CLOSE IN BARGAIN.
2501 MASON ST.
First-class 9-room house, with hot
water heat; oak finish on first floor.
This is a very good houso for a large
family and the rent Is reasonable.
WM. F. SWANBACK,
214 S. 18th St. Phone Douglas 1422.
B49 So. 25th Ave.. 4 rooms, closo In. $ll"
819 N. 20th St.. 6 rooms, close In, $20
1308 Mason St.. B rooms, close In, $10
3008 Seward St.. 5 rooms, part mod $13
1314 So. 27th St., 6 rooms, all mod. $25
133) pnpltol Ave., 6 rooms, mod. ex. heat
2620 Parker St., 6 rooms, mod. ex. heat,
2710 Parker St., 6 rooms, mod. ex. heat.
419 N. ISth St.. 6 rooms (flat), all mod .
close In, $40.
543 So. 27th St, 7 rooms, all mod. close
30fl2 Woolworth Ave., 8 rooms, ull mod
)4 N. 14th St.. 9 rooms, all mod., $40
2218 Leavenworth St.. 10 rooms, mod ex
THE BYRON RUED COMPANY,
Doug. 397. 212 So. 17th St.
N lfi,h- 7'r- u" mod-
X4a.C0 121S 8o. a?f1 Avn 7 .it
nuwlern, on car Ine. .j
$35.00-3012 Mason. 8-r., all modern, one
block to car.
$6.0O-20 Charles fit, 7-r.. all modern.
$BO.0O-45 No. 35th St.. 7-r.. mod. except
$20.(0-9454 No. 36th St., 7-r., modern
except heat, flat.
Arthur J. McShane
319 First Nat. Bank. Phone D. 157$.
6-r. cottage, all modern, one block-to
5-r. cottage, all modern, sink In base
-r , ftll modern except heat, $18.
5-r bungalow, furnace; full basement
AMERICAN SECURITY COMPANY.
FORMERLY SH1MKR & CHASE CO..
30 H. 17th St Douglas 3S67.
Open Saturday evenings until 9 o'clock
New location after April 1, 17th and
Douglas, ground floor
OKFKKKD FOU HKX1
Huunrn nnil ('nttnKea.
$ 0.0ft-3.-,th ami Patrick Ave
$U.00-8lx rooms and irnth. 8604 Emmet.
$30.00 Six rooms, hot tvater hent. mod
ern, 3U01 North ISth.
$30.00-Elght rooms, mod.. S201 Spencer.
$30.00 Eight-room modern house, h.trd
wood finish, at 212S Wirt.
$18.00-E1ght rooms at 2!64 Ohio.
W. It. GATES,.
Koom 644 Omnha National Bank Bldg.
Phones; Doug. 1294. Web. 26SS.
1344 So. 27th St.. 6-r.. mod. ex. heat, $18.
4719 No. 40th Ave.. 7-r., city n-atcr, $11.
3114 Maple. 4-r , city water, $S.B0.
3115 So. 16th. 4-r., city water. $8.
CUEIOH. SONS & COMPANY,
Douglns 2H0. BOS Bee Bldg.
4S06 Douglas, 9 rooms, all modern, nearly
new, $10 a month.
BYKON HEED CO.,
Phone Doug. 297. 212 So. 17th St;
s BOOMS, mcderir. Tl2 N. th"n 2717
$40 6-r., 3306 Poppleton Ave., hardwood
fnllsh, modern throughout.
$25 9-r . 3SJ8 Hamilton St.. Mod. barn.
$338.r., HOT, No. 35th St., nit mod.
$20 8-r., 2S18 Ames Ave., mod. ex. heat.
$20S-r., 1702 Canton St., hot water hent.
$40-8-r., Hanscom Park dlst. nil mod.
J35 S-r.. K'nilnlin Plnr. homo llld barn.
$14-S-r.. 1617 No. Central blvd.. goou
$16 7-r.. 2439 Emmet St., purtlv mod.,
$16 7-r.. 3S74 Hamilton, partly modern.
$16 6-r., 2026 Vinton, near car barn.
$20 6-r., 9th and Pierce, near car barn.
$l5--r. oottngo on No. 17th. nnrtly mod.
$14 B-r. cottage nt 12th and Pierce Sts.
$22.50-6-r.. 102 So. 25th Ave., modern.
$i:.B0-4-r. flnt. 2d floor, 1139 No. 17th Bt
PETERS TItUST COM PANY,
Kth and Farnam Sts.
B rooms, part modern, 2615 Dodge, $15.
3 rooms with bath. 1821 N. 17th St.,
5 rooms with bath. 1110 Fnrnam St.. $18.
B rooms with bath, 1604 N. 27th. $16.
6 rooms, modern, 2916 Fowler Ave.. $25.
7 rooms, modern, 1519 S. 28th St, $20.
8 rooms, modern, 1737 Park Ave., $25.
8 rooms, modern, 1204 S. 26th St.. $30.
10 rooms, modern, 1041 Park Ave.. $30.
10 rooms, modern. 1029 S. 30th Ave., $30.
BENSON & MYEH8 CO.,
424 Omaha Nafl Bank Bldg.
SIX rooms, 1720 N. 33d St.. $1S.
B rooms. 1109 North 23d St, $25.
B rooms, 111B North 23d St., $23.
8 rooms, 4002 Hamilton St. (upstairs).
B rooms. 602 South 29th St. $25.
J. II. DUMONT & CO..
Douglas 600. 1603 Farnam St.
$12 IBM N. 16TH, 3 rme, mod. ex. heat.
$23 2MB N. 18th, 8 rms., mod. ex. heat.
$27.BO 2510 Sherman Ave., B-room mod
$100-B24 Park Ave.. 14 rooms, modern.
PATNE INVESTMENT CO..
Douglas 1781. Ware Blk.
prT TT Express and Storage, Piano
yKJlLj and furniture moving. D. b70.
Store unit Flnta.
FOR RENT For wholesale, llnht manu
facturlng or retail purposes Farnam
St. after December 31 the three-itory
and basement building, 22x100 at No. 1011
Farnam St. Upper floors have light on
three sues, inquire at room mi. r irsi .
National Bank Bldg Tel. Douglas 1242.
Brick storo room, with full cement
basument. 1513 Burt. $25.00.
Thos. W. Hazen. McCague Bldg. Doug. 130)
OFFERED FOR SALiE
A WHITE sewing machine In perfect
condition, all attachments and guaran
teed; n big bargain for Monday, $o.
NEBRASKA CYCLE COMPANY,
Mlckel's. 15th and Harney.
OWN a good piano; we will help you;
geunlne bargains; no fakes. G. H. Harr
Piano Co., 3d floor Boston Store. D. 2017.
Electric pianos and Mt-notc players, $290,
fome $190. 119 N. 15th. Catalogue. D. 2043.
SAFES 2-hand. Ami rlcan Supply Co
TYPEWRITERS for rent; 3 months. $5.
CENTRAL TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
RENT tn L. C. Smith & Bro. type
writer, visible back apace key model;
new ribbon; A-l machines In every re
spect. L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter
Co.. 131G Farnam St.
For Bale A few unclaimed ALL WOOL
Dundee suits, $10; alterations free.
DUNDEE WOOLEN MILLS.
Northwest Corner 15th and Harney S ts.
BOOKKEEPERS, roll front cabinet.
Kindling, $4. II. Gross, lumber & wrecking.
HALL'S safes, new and 2d-hund Con
& McKenzlc Pt'g Co., 1417 Harney D. till
FOR SALE New and second-hand
carom and pocket billiard tables and
bowling alleys and accessories; bar fix
tures of all kinds; easy payments. Th
Brunswlck-Balke Collender Co.. 407-40S
South 10th St.
SAFES Overstocked 2d-hand safes, all
makes. J. J. Derlght Co., ISIS Farnam St
OFFERED FOlt SALE
EMPTY Ink barrels for sale. Apply Bee
Publishing 'company, 17th and Farnam
POOL tables, store, restaurant fixtures
bought, sold. Levy. 2510 N.. South Omaha
STORE FIXTURES, coolers, refrigera
tors, grocers' display counters, Ice ma
chines. Tno United Line, 1117 Farnam.
INVALIDS NEED PENSIONS.
1,421 subscriptions to tho L. II. Journal
11.60; S. E. Post. $1.30. and Country Gin
tleman, $1 B0. will earn $3,000 for the tn
vulMs' Pension Ass'n, whlcn will tniu.-e
myself and fflteen ott.'r 'ut.'erers $1) n
Must have 121 In March. Your renewal
wortn 50 cents. WON'T WITHHOLD IT.
"Phone Douglas 71C3. Omaha. Neb.
GORDON. THE MAG".INE MAN.
MANICURING, electric massage, mag
netic treatment. 204 S. 19th St.
THE SALVATION ARMY eollcils cist
off clothing; In fact, anything you do nut
need. We collect, repair and sell at 131
N. 11th St., for cost of collection, to tno
worthy poor. 'Phone Douglas 4125 and
wagon will call.
63-DAY BLOOD REMEDY.
Bexten pharmacy. 12th and Dodge.
f ASRArtlT Swedish movement 418
lU.AOOiVUJj j3po mdff Douglas C272.
lOL'MJ women coming to Umuha as
strangers are Invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian association building
at 17th and St. Mary's Ave., where they
will be directed to suitable boaralng
places or othcrwUe assisted. Look (cr
our travelers' aid at the Union station.
E. BELLE, scientific massage; baths,
drugless treatments. 703 S. 16th. Apt B.
M Af3Vir"PIPtret,n'nt- K Brott,
lUAUlil.lXt..ovcr7io g, iotn, D.7895.
MASSAGE, salt glow. Mme. Allen of
Chicago. 10M S. Kth St. Douglas 7665.
Mrs. Hedlund, mass & Swedish movement.
Hours. D-12. 1-0. 401 Ware blk. D. 7913.
BE BEAUTIFUL by using the Vacuum
Massage Machine, attaches to any water
faucet; removes wrinkles, blackheads,
pimples; cost reasonable. For sale at
room 306 Neville block or phone Red 3621
and lady demonstrator will call.
MASSAGE Mrs. Steele. It Xa. XJ& a. U
LLLCTRIC MAhffAUfc. iiuom 25. Uwjx
las t'ock. Natural treatment for nervous
aipordegs, sciatica and rheumatism.
223 Neville Rk D. 7761
ANNA MAliKS A-sKe. i-
I WANTED Ctilldren to boaid. Wc
I Massage airs. Rlttenbouse- 30S Boston Str
ADDRESS M. M. Johnson Company.
Clay Cmter. Nebraska, manufacturers of
Old Trusty Incubators and Brooders, for
Incubators and brooders; cataloguw frw
From thoioughbred S. C. White Leg
horns; vigorous, hardy stock; great lay
era; country range; $1 for 15; $5 per 100.
MRS. KATE MANN, Benson, Neb.
R. V D. No. 3. Tel. Benion 747-W,
FOR SALE Kellerstrass Crystal White
Orsplngton eggs. Also cockrels and cocks.
Telephone B 4O50 or address 2318 8. th
St, Council Bluffs.
lOlLTUV AM) NI PI'MKS
BAIIRKD Plymouth Bock eggs from
our champion exhibition and heavy egg
laying strain. $1.50 for 18. or $5.0 for 100
Send for mating list describing special
tnntlng A number of fine cockerels lett.
Ahlqulst Bros . Box C. Ames Ave Sta
tion, Omaha, Neb. Phone Florence 101.'
BUFF" "OUPINOTON "eggs for liatchfngT
Web. 4KB. 3710 Grand Ave.
8. C. White Iegiiorn Tggs Florence 3lS.
ROSE Comb Rhode "island "Red eggs 'or
hntrhlng from th finest laying show
birds. trnP nested, $1 for fifteen. Tele
phone Benson 32J. W. F. S. King, Benson,
Neb. Letters nnswered
WHITE Wyandotte eggs for setting.
South 3309. 15th nnd Jackson Sts. South
SAW3 OU KXCHAXGli 11. H.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 360 acres
nice, smooth prairie land; every foot til
able; 4 miles from Ware. Dallam Co.,
Tcxns. 612 Central Ave.. Ft. Dodge, Iowa.
Half section nnd SO ncres; south central
Nebraska; fair Improvements. Price
$16,000. Want to trade this for town
property. No agent. Address me tu
PoBtofflco Box No. 633. Omaha. Nb.
THE ONLY WAY
To beat the money trust Is to list your
property for exchange with the Palmer
Land Co.. 1106 W. O. W. Bldg., who Can
TEN-ROOM house. partly modern,
close to State normal, for Nebraska
land. Ryno. EmporlaKan.
wax tic i to iur
DolgofT2d hand store pavs highest price
for furniture, clothes, shoes. Web. 1607.
BEBER pays "iilgTf prices for 2d-hand
furniture, carpets, clothes, shoes. D. 7802.
D. 8065. Quick buyers of furniture
WOULD like to buy a"flve or "six
room house to bo moved on a lot One
In the neighborhood of 24th and Clark
preferred. Telephone Bed 4301
BEST prices for furniture. Call D 7SQ2.
WAXTEI) TO RKXT
HOL'SE with four bedrooms and Darn;
Highland park neighborhood or Hanscom
park, umnna. f. c miss, uxennngo
Bldg., South Omaha.
REAL K STATE IXJANS
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. K. D.
Wead. Wcad Bldg.. 18th and Farnam.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
LOW RATES LIBERAL TERMS
QUICK AND SATISFACTORY
Loans on Business Blocko nnd Choic
Residence Properties n Specialty.
FIRST TRUST COMPANY OF OMAHA.
LOANS on farms and Improved city
property, 5, 5V4 and 6 per cent; no delay.
J. H. Dumont & Co., 1603 Fnrnnm St
MONEY to loan on business or resl
cenco properties, $1,000 to $500,000.
W. H. THOMAS. 228 Statu Bank Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1016 Omaha National. Douglas 2715.
" WANTED City loans and warrants?
W. Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnnm St
HARRISON & MORTON, 916 Om. Nat
GARVIN BROS Leans $W0 and up.
VJVXV J.1N J3XyO. Qmalla Naf l BanE
LARGE loans our specialty. Stull Bros?
CITY LOANS, Bcmls-Carlberg Co.,
310-312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
REAIi ESTATE FOR REXT
SO ACRES, 11 miles northwest of Omnha.
Call Mrs. McCarthy, 5B04 N. 24th St. Tel.
REAL ESTATE -.VAXTED
LIST your house with Osborne Realty
i:o.. 4os l'axton uik. u. 1474. quick results.
A U ST! t ACT Si UK T1T1.B.
REED Abstract Co.. oldest abMract t
Bon In Nehrsla. 2o Brnnrtels Theater
ACHIJAUU I'OIl SAL15.
For bargains In Florence property, fruit
farms and acreage, see C. L. Nethaway,
Florence, Neb. Phone Florence 276.
6 TO 8 ACRES, rich, black garden soil,
near Carter park and lake, with 2-room
house, well, etc.; fine for pigs, chickens,
etc. Also 2H acres near North 16th ot.,
in bottom; flowing water.
CHAS .E. WILLIAMSON CO.
ACRESI ACRES! ACRES!
Country Club Acres, the most desirable
acreago property on tho market today.
Remember this choice acre property Is
located on the Bellevue Boulevard, street
car runs right by It. Electric lights with
a possibility of city water In tho near
future. This suburban addition Is sub
divided Into one to four-acro tracts and
can be bought on easy terms,
O'NEIL'S R, E. & INS. AGENCY,
1505 FARNAM ST.
Tel. Tyler 1024.
A POULTRY PROPOSITION
One and one-half acres level land, all
under cultivation; a good 6-rooin house,
with electric lights; fair outbuildings;
some fruit: only half mile to car line.
75 yards to paved street; price, $2,000; a
small cash payment and the rest at
$17.60 per month. Don't fall to Investigate
this. My word and honor Is behind It
as a great bargain. C. L. Nethaway,
Florence, Neb. Phone Florence 276.
CITV PIUK'ISUT'V I'OK SALE.
Fire and Tornado
310-12 Brnndeis Theater.
4818 N. 31ST AVENUE.
Five rooms, bath, pantry und rear ves
tibule; dining room apd living room fin
ished in oak, with beam celling: elabo
rate light fixtures; full basement, with
floor drnln; guaranteed furnace; $500
cash, balanco like rent. Have a dupli
cate of this bungalow at 4223 South 13th
St. Will take vacant lot uh first payment
on either of these.
Red 4721. 705 Omaha Nafl Bank Bldg.
$0 per $1,000 for 3 years. $7.60 per $1,000
for 6 year. We solicit your business.
J. H. Dumont & Son
326 Board of Trade Building.
Close In Bargain
A 9-room all modern home; hot water
heat; near Creighton university; walking
distance. 23C6 California St. Price. U.uOW.
II. A. WOLF,
m Brandels Bldg. Doug. tOW.
NEW 9-room houso and garage tn Dun
dee, thoroughly modern. Owner moving
out of city. Price reasonable, easy torini.
Phone H. 4191.
FOR SALE On easy terms and at a
bargain, my 8-room residence, within one
block of Locust and 16th Sts.; ateam heat,
cistern and modern throughout. For up
I'Olntment to see the property call Web
ter 7311. Owner.
HERB THE MONEY.
Leaving city: will sell my established
business. Incorporated; 4 vacant lots and
8 housed and lots; worth more than
$36,000; mortgage on houses. $10,000. J1C.0W
equity In property besides fine real estate
business for $6,000 cosh. It you mean
business answer. Address 11 212 Bee.
WILL SELL CHEAP
to settle up estate. Two flats at 8JI-82J-25
So. 90th, dose In, yearly rental, $1,200,
Prlre, $9.CW. A good inveitment- 1 mod
ern 6-r house, lail Ho. 31st St.
BERKA 4: MUSIL.
226 Bee Bldg. Tel Doug. 5967.
CITY !'UOIM:itT KOH SM5.
'MIJAVI.MJ ll.'VTI.MJ A I .
Estimates furnished and an unlimited
selection of home plans to select from
flee. As to i esponslblllty. you take no
chances when we build for you Time ts
an Item. Wo rush work rapidly to com
pletion. No long delay. Our workmen
arc competent and some have been with
us for years We have built apartments
and flats, seern! hundred houses, and
our suggestions are free.
705 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Phone Red 4721.
For Snle-Ono ncre, 44th and 7 So
Omaha. Inquire W. E. Osborn. So. tittf
$2.50 per $1,000 for 1 year.
$5.00 per $1.0iX for 3 years.
$7. BO per $1.0O for 6 years.
We also write fire Insurance.
106 McCngUe Bldg. Doug. 1653.
rAIlSt ltM-l I.M Klllt VAttl
CALIFORNIA land excursions 1st ana
Id Tucs. W. T Smith Co 815 City Nat Bk.
A FEW fine trncts of 100 to 610 acres
In Koutheastem Saskatchewan, good soil.
wen wtiieieu, nuuiueu lu Krnill imu mixed
farming. For price and terms see or write.
FIVE MILKS OI'COUNCIL BTATFF8.
100-acre farm for $100 per ncre, about
90 acres good level upland, much of It
level, 25 ncres alfalfa. Comfortable
small house, barns, sheds, envc. cellar,
windmill, flno orchard and vine yard,
about two ncres each. Seven acres ahd
feed lots slope south, well drained and
protected from wind. Not a run down
worn nut farm, but one that will pay
from tho start. Plenty of farms of no
greater vnluo have sold for $150 per acre.
Easy driving distance of Council Bluffs
and Omaha. With good roads to both.
This Is worth looking up for tho man
who wants a homo or nn Investment. Let
us show you
MGE13 REAL ESTATE CO.,
105 Pearl St Council Bluffs.
ICANSAR FARMS and ranches for sale;
80 to 2B,On0 acres: write for free list. V. B.
NIQUETTfi. Ballna. Kan.
drVTV TITnlTflAWTl n . - , - ,
open to (entry at Valler, Mont.; fifteen
annum t'ltyiiicinn, aruuuil IltmoUB lol
irriln srrnmmttm vnpntntilna dll ......... i
diversified farming. For particulars write
vnner iirm oaiea -o., uox z, valler.
AN IDEAL STOCK AND
GRAIN FARM FOR SALE CHEAP.
S40 ncres, located In east central Ne
braska, Nanco county, 11 miles from Ful
lerton, 16 miles from Central City; 300
acres under cultivation, balanco splendid
hay and pasture land. 200 ncres In fall
grain, all fenced and cross-fenced; excel
lent corn, whnnt and nlfalfn land; good
set of Improvements, abundance of run
ning water. Owner must sell quick nt
$50 per ncre; one-half cash, balance good
terms. This farm Is really worth from
$65 to $70 per ncre. Address S. J. Hender
son, Omaha, Nebj, KmJl- ArllngtonBlk.
LIVE STIN'U M ARKfCT ill -,VKT
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Sara
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful alien
Mtc Stock CommlHlos Alerclutnta.
BYER8 1ROS. A CO. Strong, reliable.
CLIFTON Com. Co., ttt Exchange lildg.
ItftRTlN 111 tObl. ft Co Kxcnanga tudg.
CHANCE FOR NEW PARK
Site for Another One in We3t of
City is Proposed.
NEAR" BROADWAY STATION
PInn Not? im to Turn Cirounil Near
PinupliiK Station Over lo I'urk
llnnnl for Crndunl Ira
provenient. A new chance has been discovered to
decure the site for another nice publlo
park In tho western part of tho city
without the necessity of paying out any
money for it. It Is the block nnd a half
of lotB adjoining the Broadway pumping
station on tho east and lying between
Thirty-sixth and Thirty-fifth streets.
The land was acquired by the city
when the water plant wag purchased and
the title to It was acquired when the
value of land In tho vicinity was merely
nominal, and It was acquired on tho gen
eral principle proclaimed by Mrs. Means
In Edward Eggleston's Hoosler School
master," "when you're gottln' git a
plenty." The old water company thus
got considerably moro ground than haB
been required, or will likely ever bo re
quired. The plan now Is to turn It over
to tho Park board for gradual develop
ment Into a small park, or publlo play
ground. The title would not thug be In
any degree affectod and If tho time ever
comes when It may bo required for use
In connection with tho pumping plant It
would still bo available. The lots have
been appraised and offered for sale, but
tho appraisement price has ho far not
been offered. It would require but small
outlay to transform the present rather
barren looking area Into a real beauty
spot and to maintain It for public pur
poses. The movement to sequester this land
for such purposes has not originated In
tho western part of the city, but when
It was suggested to tbo West Council
Bluffs Improvement association it im
mediately met with enthusiastic approval
and It Is quite likely that requests for
such action will come from the people
of the western part of the city through
that live organization. Some of the mem
bers of the Park board have been con
sulted and they have evinced a willing
ness to look with favor upon It. The
board of water commissioner, however,
have not been asked for nn opinion, but
they would probubly not object to hav
ing a beauty spot made of what ts now
not altogether attractive In Its appear
ance. LITTLE DAMAGE IS DONE TO
COLLEGE AT BELLEVUE
Bellevue college, which was first re
ported to have been completely destroyed,
was only slightly damaged.
Our lawn fertilizer surely does the
work, ask about It. Phone 3077. Youn
kerman Seed company.
Our fertilizer will give the grass that
rich green color throughout the season.
Call phone 3077. Younkerman Heod com
pany. Old floors made Just like new hard
wood floors with Chl-Namel th,e grtyit
floor finish. Ask us. P. C. DeVol Hard
ware company, 504 Broadway.
CFall us and ask about our lawn ferti
lizer. Nothing better. Phone 3077.
Younkerman Sod company.
Strictly efficient opritl work at Lf
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Receipts of Cuttle Very Small for a
HOGS ARE MOSTLY TEN HIGHER
Slierii nml Lit nt lis In I'nlr Receipt,
Whllp. Prices Continue ?trnil,
but the Trnilr Wits SIimt
Ml I he MorulltK.
SOl'TH OMAHA. March 24,
Receipts, were: Cattle. Hogs.
Estimate Monday ...
Same day la-t week .
Sumo day 2 wk ngo.
Same days 3 wks ago.
Same day 4 wks ago..
Samo day last year....
The following tuhle shows tho receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to datti iik compared with
last year: mi3. 1912. Inc. Dec.
Cattle 216,023 232.549 16.526
llogM 6S3.t09 921,511 227,635
Sheep 530.M 610.290 19.MI
The following table shows the rango of
prices for hogs at South Omaha for tho
last few days with comparisons.
1 31 W
t, 75110 22:
C 73 10 35
0 tWilO 35
IM 8 73 W
6 56) 6 54)10 54'
6 K) 4 4.M b 48
19. 8 mi
6 65 10 61
6 831 6 3
6 441 4 63!
6 44 4 66
7 1AI ,! f.Un R1I
7 Ou 6 47110 491 6 59!
6 9S 6 4510 Oil 0 Rhi 4 791
, 6 41110 631 6 Dl 4 80
Receipts and disposition of live stocV
nt the I'nlon stock yards, South Otuuliu,
Neb., for twenty-four hours ending at S
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'r's.
C M. & St. P. Ry. II
waiinsu it. it l
Missouri- Pacific Ry. 2
Union Pacific R. It 38
O. & N. W cast.. 10
C. & N. W., west.. 37
ii si 'i
25 3 10
25 13 11
64 39 35
C, St. P., M. & O.. 12
C, B. & b., east...
C. B. & O.. west..
C, R. I. & P., eaat,
Illinois Central Ry,
Total receipts ..156
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Cudahy Packing CO.
iV: t o
Lincoln Packing Co.
Benton, Vonsun & L
Hill A Son
F. B. 1-owls
Huston & Co
J. B. Root & Co 55
J. H. Bulla 1
Roscnstock BroH 171
McCreary & Kellogg... 18
It. F. Hamilton M
Sulllvnn Bros 14
Cllne & Chrlstlo 77
Other buyers BOO
CATTLE Recelnts were very light this
morning for u Monday, only 139 cars being
The market on handy-wclght beef Hteers
was In a very satisfactory condition,
prices being generally steady. Ou the
other hand heuvy cattle were very slow
and weak to 10a lower. In other words
the general market on beef steers was
steady to 10 lower than last week's close.
Cows and heifers were uctlvo at good
steady to strong prices.
There was little or no change. In the
market on stock cattle mid feeders,
prices remaining practically In tho same
notches na last week.
Quotations on cattle: Oood to choice
beef steers, Jlj.30QS.76', fair to good beef
steers, $H.10O8.S0; common lo fair beef
steers. J7.6OJi8.10; good to choice heifers,
$7,2538.15; good to choice cows, $6.807.65;
fair to good grades, $6.0oQ6.80; common to
fair grades, $4,002(6.00; good to choice
stookers and feeders, $7.60fi6.40; fair to
good Mockers and feeders, $a.6OQT7,60;
common to fair stackers and feeders, $6.25
66.80; Block cows and heifers, $4.00g7.IJ;
veal calves. $6.609.0; bulls, stags, etc,
lit. A.r. pr.
. . .101
. . .110
11 it JO
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
7 W 17...
S 9 GO
COWS AND HEIFERS.
8 K 10
.1013 7 25
I I 'M
5 M 2...
a 40 1...
1, 50 2...
... . "tu
14 811 7 85 II lS J ,
HOOS Under the li,.iuencu of moderate
receipts und u fair demand tnere was k
sharp advance In hog values this morn
ing. PrlceB paid were mostly 10c higher
than at the close of last week, the most
of the sales being made nt $8.90 with
quite a sprinkling at $8.85fc.87M. Some
hogs that Just suited the buyer sold as
high as $8.95, Just u dime higher than
Saturday's top. Trude was fairly active
and practically everything waa sold lu
good season. Speculators and shippers
bought only a moderao share of the small
supply, the big end of the offerings being
sold lo packers.
Receipts totaled some slxty-threo cars
or 4.401 head, being about 2,100 larger than
last week, but 3.500 smaller than two
weeks ago and 1,400 smaller than the
curtespondlng day last year.
Av. Sh. Pr. No. At. Sh Pr.
317 yiO 8 85 It 341 ... I 10
H7 160 8 17'i 88. . 3U 80 I 90
!W ... 6 171 24 241 . . 8 M
J 1(0 1 17 . .323 I 90
311 40 I 17', 74 34! 60 I At
.112 10 8 90 17 Hi . I 90
111 10 8 94 (9. .. 20 160 90
.124 . . 8 90 18 266 . . 8 90
.87 ... 8 90 33 ..8 90
.94 80 1 Kl . 8 94
lit . . 8 90 61 ... 8 90
116 ... 8 90 31 ...S . 8 90
289 124 8 90 40 291 . 8 90
117 80 6 90 : 278 1 94
218 8 90 I' )15 40 8 ti
224 ISO 8 90 71 . 221 8 ti
.lit ... I 90 St IIS W 1 UH
8 147 Ml 0 -,f
72 J' i T
"1 IM . i W 57
II Wl 1 71
tl 111 . M
it; )v I
341 M t'i
MIKKI' -Thele being only 11 moderate
supply In sight, the market oliened In a
fairly satisfactory manner, but In a
short time trade enme in a standstill,
with buyers ,ippm ently walling for fur
ther orders and unre Information con
ci mlng the situation In the general tlflde
at other lle slock center!' What offer
ings changed bands during the early
hours of the forenoon were on h basis
full) steady with lust week's close Thene
snh-s were made largely with a lcv to
getting the killing gangs started for
the ilny, and aMdc from that nothing else
of Importance took place until well along
In the early business was Included n
sale of MHtouml Mexican lumhs nt JHAO,
and some fed western lambs at s.l.
Identical with the price the samo kind of
lnmbs brought on Frulm. Fed western
ewes were good enough to bring $.26.,
1-ater on when buyers and sellers
agreed on a trading basis, the bulk ot
aged sheep offerings moved scaloward at
steady figures, being on tho samo basis
as tho early market. The best lamb
held prutty closely to steady prices
while the less desirable kinds had n
weak and a lower tendency, the decllnt
In some cases amounting to a dime.
The official estimate called for Mima
10.000 bend, being 11 moderate run com
puted with two and threo weeks ago, but
onlv a llttlo better than half of what
wero here on the same day one year ago.
In oompnitson with last Monday today's
receipts wero considerably larger, but
on that day tho receipts were extremely
light owing to the Interruption In rnllway
traffic caused bv a severe storm.
Quotations on shcop and lnmbs: Oood
to choice Mexlcnn lnmbs, $S.fi8.8."; fair
to good Mexican lnmbs, $R.3rfrS.Ci; good
to cholco western lambs. $S.3MI8.riO; fair
to good western lambs, $ 15fl8.36; feeder
lnmbs. $7COIi.15. yearlings, light. $7.40tJ
7 66. yeai lings, heavy, $rt.9Oi'7.40, good to
choice wethers, iB.Miirr.iu; rair 10 goou
wethers. jg.imw.W): goou 10 choice owes.
$6.154140; fair to good owes, $5.BTiTi.15.
culls and bucks, $2.751M.OO.
No. AV. IT.
43 feil lambs and yourlings 3 7 00
28 fed lambs and yearlings.... M 7 00
IM fed ewes M 6 a
141 fed ewes, wethers 97 5 25
110 fed owes ion
210 fed owes 109 6 35
tVd Mexican tombs 79 s SO
579 fed lambs 81 8 35
16 fed yearlings and wethers. .107 6 75
100 fed lambs 8 20
471 fed lambs 81 8 25
Slerl ProductH Mnrkpl.
NEW YORK. March 24. In finished
sletl products some good orders have
been places for rails this week by Pitts
traction companies. Contracts aro pend
ing for about 250,000 tons for heavy atruo-
turo work In other directions. Tho now
Riihwnys are looked to tako a big quan
In brldgo work a cood denl of business
Is underway. Tho Erlu railroad, among
other operators who are active In this
line, has asked for bids on threo small
bridges. The Chicago. Milwaukee & 81.
Paul railroad has contracted for a 275
ton bridge. Some difficulty Is still being
met In supplying billets and bars. To
ward the close of the week business In
structural material fell off.
Tho Oreat Northern rni road wants 500
box cars and the flrnnd Trunk railroad Is
looking ror 3,000 forty-ton box cars nnd
l.OOO fifty-ton coal cars as tho first In-
stallemnt on an order for 10,009 cars. Pig
Iron Is still scarce.
Vlctrola, $15. A. Hospe Co.
Corrlguns, tindcrtakors. Phono 143.
Woodrlng Undertaking Co. Tel. 339.
Blank book work, Morehouse & Co.
FAUST BEER AT ROGERS' BUFFET.
1-ewls Cutler, funeral director. Phone 97.
The IllirheSt cmiln nHn.1 urnrll In Ibn
city Is dono at Lnffcrts'.
Sea Itorwlck for wnll iiminr .mil dilut
ing. 209 and 211 South Main street.
Scientific wnti-li rptuilr work. Ibn bind
that 1b appreciated, at Lefferts'.
TO SAVE on to nnunnw. hkr n. B.
-Mutual Bldg. & Loan Ass'n, IK Pearl.
WINDOW SHADES TO ORDER Con
tinental Furniture nnd Carpet company.
BUDWEISER nn dram-lit The flrand.
Budwelser In bottles at nil first-class
Wo havo the piano that has Just tho
tone to suit you. Wo will save you money
on it. Easy terms. A. HoBpc company,
107 Broadwuy, Council Bluffs, la.
Tho Council Bluffs High school basket
ball team took in the Nicholas theater
Sunday afternoon. Thoso lu tho party
wero Messrs. Crowl, Albcrtl, Brewlck,
Snufflns, Peterson nnd Cook. Tho cadet
quintet had a successful season, so far
winning seven out of eight games played,
Mrs. Ethel Warner has applied for a
divorce from her husbund. Arthur II. W.
Warner. She asks for alimony and for
tno cuBtoay or mcir lour children. SJie
also secured a writ of Injunction from
Judge Wheeler preventing her h unhand
from In any manner molesting her or
ntorrering witn per pcaccumu iossessloti
of their homo at 357 Frank street,
Lars Jensen, 915 Avenue I, was taken
to the Edmundson hospital yesterday
afternoon suffering from it second stroko
of paralysis. The first attack occurred
a few days ago and tho second early In
the day yesterday. Medical treatment
under hospital enro wus deemed essential
to prevent the probnble occurrence of tho
third and more serious attack.
Edwurd Welt, 76 years of age, residing
at 2219 Avenue A, who wuh sitting In a
rocking chair In tho front of his home
after the storm nt 10:30 o'clock last wont
The Cleansing, Soothing,
After tho razor has dono its work and
you'vo washed and dried
PASTEURINE pure or diluted with cool water.
It quickly heals those tiny skin abrasions and
bleeding cuts and destroys possible germ infection.
PASTEURINE hardens the too tender skin and
eradicates unsightly blemishes of tho complexion.
PASTEURINE allays razor irritation and
proventsthat"itchyBtiiTneB8"of the skin. It makes
your face feel cool, comfortable and flexible,
10c, 25c, $1.00. At Drug Stores
If your druggist dqes not have PASTEURINE
send us 10c for large trial bottle and literature.
Jno. T. Milliken & Co., St Louis, U.S.A.
to rsltH himself from the rocker, nnd fell
bai k dead III- wife was with him In the
room at that time and notified the neigh
bors. I If was death was caused from
Attorney V Lynuhy, who Is represent
ing the l nrmet along the north end of
the Atlantic Northern Southern rail
rond In the pending litigation, returned
Saturday morning from Atlantic, where
he attended the resale of tho rond Fri
day afternoon. Ho left Saturday even
ing foi a vlMlt with his daughter at Ra
cine. Wis., and for a business visit to
Chlcngo, oxppectlng to bo gone about a
A number of Council Bluffs people at
tended the memorial services that were
held yesterday afternoon by thp Omaha
Philosophical "oclety for Charles M
Burgess, Its vice prosddent nnd one of Its
oldest members. Mr. Burgess bad lived
In Council Blufffl for nearly fifty yearn
and was an netlvo member of the Omaha
society from ltrt begtnnlng. A brief eulo
gistic address was mado by "W. H, Lynch
aid. Thp society ndopted resolutions ex
pressing the appreciation of his character
and the high esteem In which ho was
Dr Fred P Bellinger, who has been
spending somo time In the south nnd get
ting better acquainted with tho Weather
and other conditions In the gulf coast
section of Texas, returned homo Satur
day evening. Dr. Bellinger spent some
time nt Galveston studying the conditions
of military camp life nnd advising wltb
army surgeons concerning practical plans
for improvement. It was the wish of Dr
Bellinger to bo permitted to cligngo in
the medical and field service In tho Bal
kun war, hut despite tho most earnest
endeavors and tho large Influence of his
New York medical acquaintance he failed
to get neccssnry passports that would get
him to the firing lines. Ho desired to bo
where ho could do tho most good In the
way of alleviating human suffering nnd
mmlo his first application for a clianco
to enter tho field sorvlce on the Turkish
side, but wbji not ahlo to get the oppor
tunity He then Med to btenk through
the lines ot the allies, but again met d,
Shnduklam Temple No. 84, Dramntle
Otiler of the Knights of Khorassnn. will
hold a thrilling ceremonial session this
evening, when a number of tyros will
realize what Interesting things enn hnp
pen between dusk and daylight. A four
page circular Is required to even covertly
hint nt what Is to be expected. Among
a lot of "donts" meant for the comfort .
of tho tyros nppear these: "Don't get
lu tho way of Tlbbltt's punch too often.
Ho ts looking for a championship by the
knockout route." "Don't bid your wife
or aweethenrt good bye. You'll bo back,"
"Don't tell your wife when you will be
home. You don't know," -'Don't come
to tho ceremonial thinking you will get
only what Is prepared for you. You may
A callow youth, seeking to Impress
upon tho Impressionable young woman
clinging to his arm his utter disregard
of danger, enmo very near losing his life
under the wheels of n Walnut Hill street
car yesterday nfternoon. Tho enr was
coining down the steep grade leading
from tho cemetery and tho youth delib
erately sprang In front of It, The mo
torman reversed IiIb current and threw
on the brakes, but the car slipped on
tho wet rails. The young man, who was
about 22 years old, attempted to leap
from tho trackB when tho fender was a
yard awny from him, but he also slipped
and fell, sprawling ncrosa tho rail. Just
how It happened no one seomed to know,
but something hit him and rolled him
out of danger. "You ought to bo nt
home with your nursing bottle," tho
angry motorman shouted as the youth,
grinning and unabashed, walked away
brushing tho dust from his clothes. "Oh,
Oowarge, what made you do such a, fool
Ish thing?" was tho comment of tho
young woman, while "Oowargo" gave
thn logical renson, "oh, because."
While Mr. and Mrs. Edward McClel
land were spending the night with rela
tives In another pnrt of the city their
house at 800 Avenuo II caught flro at
nn early hour yesterday morning nnd
would havo been entirely uesiroyeu u a.
lato passerby had not noticed tho flames
sending a red glare froniia. bedroom win
dow, from which smoke was nlso pour
ing. Ho palled the flrn department and
the nutomobllo truck made a quick run,
nrrlvlng In time to control the flro by
tho use of the chemical. The flro had
evidently cnught In a closet and there
wan Borne grounds for the suspicion1 that
a sncakthlef had broken Into the houso
ond had Bet fire to the clothing In the
closet while using a lighted match tn
tho search ror plunder, xne urcmen
broke the window of the bedroom where
the fire wns located and quickly sup
pressed It. Damago to tho amount of
about $000 waB Inflicted upon the house
and the furnishings. The clothing in tho
closet was reduced to cinders nnd the
furnishings of the bedroom badly dam
aged. It was found yesterday that
rear window had been raised by force.
Intvn Jlrwi Notes.
SAC CITY Jesse Shannon, n young
man living seven mlleu north of Sao City,
whllo hunting wild ducks, shot nml killed
nn eagle which wns flying high' In the
nlr above the timber. The bird measures
eight feet from tip to tip.
SAC CITY The Windsor hotel at Lake
Vlow has been sold at auction. Wr. It.
Schtirz of Council Bluffs, agent for A. A.
Clark, n llenholder. being the purchaser.
A. O. Gilbert, landlord, retires from the
business on account of poor health.
Bains will Boon set In and you will be
In the market for shingles. You should
bo now. When In tho market get our
prices, which aro always the lowest, for
high grade shingles. C. Hnfcr Lumber
Key to the Situation he Advertising
The Best Part
of the Shave
Wolcomo to this now com
fort in tho shave. It is the
finishing touch that makes you
forget tho razor that pulled,
tho burning sting of a tender
skin, tho hido you lost, and
thoso "bleeding blundors"
cuts. In fact your shave gets
to bo almost a necessary
pleasure when you wind
your face, apply
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