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HAVE TWO SLIUHTLy. U8ED DICTA
phones, with complete equipment, good
neJ-"l "J'11' swap tor a small nutomobllo
m mm, nmii jwi. juaress O. U. (i3.
NEW 7-ROOM HOUSE. ALL MODERN.
has 3 bed rooms and bath on second
floor! reception hall, parlor and dining
room finished In oak; kitchen finished In
yellow plni; full cemented basement.
J"1?.0,? ijea,,nunlrV ,nk m basement
Lot 40x90. Close to CrelKhton college.
NA III swap equity for a good building lot
well located. Answer If you mean busl
negg. Address 8. C. (32, care Hee,
M ACRES OP, McPHKllSON COUNTY
Nebraska, land, for 3no. ncllnqulshment
ready; hers Is your chance; get busy.
'l'1'1 -4ako au' or clcar lot- Address
UAVK UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER.
No. 4. latest model, with two-color rib
bon, stencil cutter, back spacer, etc lit
tie use. A bargain at JTO, but will accept
first fc offered. Address S. C. 730, care
12 APARTMENT AND 3 LOTS: I'IUCk"
J40.W0; mtg., H4.500. 6V4 Per cent, runs
I years; hents 14.950 yearly. Will trado
9r.0(1 taTm or sel,; about 3 years old.
hlghclass. Address S. c. 733, rare Uee
GAS STOVE. COST 7 S MONTHS AliO
new lawn hoee, 60 ft., cost 15 last sum
mer; lawn mower, cooking utensils of
alum num and enamel, dishes of all kinds.
Havllanti china set cost J65; bed, springs
and mattress, etc. Will consider dia
monds, piano or good lot. Address S. C.
HATES AUTOMATIC NUMBERING
machine, flvo wheel; cost J1S and as
good as new. Will Boll cheap or trade
for anything can use. Address S. C. 732.
HAVE 110 ACRES OP BEST FlunT
and vegetable land adjoining town la
East Texas; will trado for some wood,
clear laud in eastern Nebraska or Iowa,
orcash. Address S. C. 604 Bee.
I OWN 320 ACHES FINE GRAZING
land, black soil, fine grass, fenced, Ly
man county, South Dakota; not far to
R. R. town, which Is county seat. Price,
U6.00 per acre. Will exchango for grocery
etoro or stock of goods In small town,
or Income property, or make offer. S. (.'..
DIAMOND RING IN EXCHANGE FOR
used Ford car. Address S. C. 631. Bee.
1 HAVE A FIRST-CLASS FULL DRESS
cult In excellent condition; this suit has
only been worn i or I times and Is as
good as new. Size, 37. Will sell for $15
cash. For Information wrlto S. U, Csj,
160 ACRES, CLEAR, WANT INCOME.
3. C. 743, Omaha Bee.
LET ME FURNISH THE PAINT AND
paint that old house. 1 can maKe it
look like new. Am flrst-claBs painter and
will do any kind of painting you may
have and will take In exchango anything
1 can use diamonds, horse and wagon,
auto, lot, groceries, tallor-mado clotnes,
or what have you? Will exchango 100
gallons shlnglo stain, all colors. S. C.
FIVE LOTS IN ORCHARD, 16 MILES
of Oklahoma City. Trade for smuil
equity In houso or Omaha lots. Price
$500. Address, S. C. 693, Bee.
GOOD SO ACRES FOR MDSE.
Trade improved &0-acre farm, best rich
tillable soil, 6 miles from County Scat in
S.-E. Nebraska, level land, will raise 00
bu. corn per acre in fair year. Near dis
trict school. Price J10.000. mtg. $3,200.
Equity, for good little stock of General
nictso. Address a. u. 7u, uee, umana.
ABOUT" Ho NOVEL SHAPE WHITE
cold cream or ointment Jars for sale
cheap or trade for anything useful. Just
the thing for someone to sturt agency or
canvassing business with. S. C. 668. Bee.
HAVE VERY LATEST MODEL Vis
ible L. C. Smith typewriter, only usod
short time. Will trade or sell, cheap.
Address S. C, 379. cure Omaha Dally Bee.
HAVE 6 PHONE PADS, HANDIEST
tiling in world for taking orders over
the phone or any place where phone Is
used much. What have your Address .
C. 674, Beo.
"WILL TRADE CLEAR LAND AND
mortgages for Omaha lncomo property
or vacant lots. Address S. C. 820.
EIGHTY ACRE IMPROVED 1RR1
gated farm In artesian belt. Wutcr
rights paid up. In San Luis valley. Colo
rado, to trade for Omaha lots or income
..property, or eastern Nebraska farms. Ad.
fc dress' S. C. 821.
HAVE GOOD POST-CARD SIZE CAM
era and complete outfit. Can use either
plates or films. Good as new, cost about
. $35. Will exchange for enlarging outfit
or extra good-pocket camera. Might con
elder tent or other offers. Address S, C.
WANT AUTOMOBILE SUITABLE FOR
salesman. Haye 3 lots worth $650 (not
trading, value). Small Incumbrance, pay
able easy. Address S C 673, Bee.
HAVE A FIRST CLASS GROCERY Do
ing a strictly cash business, which I wish
to exchango for a property, house hav
ing seven rooms and all modern con
veniences. Must be clear. Address,
8. C. C50. Bee.
FOR SALE-100 ACRES RIVER BOT
tom land, near Bartlesville, Okl.; best
soli In the state, leased for oil, or will
exchange for residence in Omaha of
equal value. Price, I2,tt0. Address, S. C.
CLEAR LOT, LAKE CITY. NEB.;
trade for anything. What have you
got? C. 681. Bee.
HAVE NEW AND USEu PIANOS.
Will trado for other musical instru
n ents or will buy high grade piano.
Address. S. C. 676. Bee.
WILL EXCHANGE CARPENTER
work for cow or lot, or will work by
day. 8. C. 633, Bee.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE OSTEO
pathlo treatment for tailoring. & C.
GOOD RENTAL INVESTMENT
Have ollent with a nice up-to-date
hotel building and furniture, In good
town in eastern Nebraska Rent $600 per
year. 20 rooms Prise $6,000. Trado at
real value lor small farm or home in
Omaha, Lincoln or Nebraska City, or
may consider a stock of merchandise.
Address S. C. 743. Bee, Omaha.
GOOD HALF SECTION
Unimproved black soil, rolling, part
fenced, 12 miles from good town, South
Dakota. Worth $15.00 icr aire. For
short time will exchango at $3,200 as
all or part payment on good Omaha
house to llvo In. About even deal or
nearly so ptef erred, with owner. Address
S C. 744. Bee. Omaha.
FINE MODERN HOME.
Very well located, six living rooms,
largo reception hall and bath room, full
attic, and full basement, full tO-ft. lot,
nice lawn, trees, and garage with electric
lights. Lady owner must sell on account
of health, or would exchange for new
modern bungalow, If up-to-date and well
located in good neighborhood, and priced
on cash basts. Cash value of above, 14,000.
See It. Address S. C. 747. Bee. Omaha,
CLEAR LOT FOR EXCHANGE WANT
good light auto or diamond rin of equal
value. Price Is $&0 cash. Address S. C.
641. Bee. Omaha.
HAlCiSRY FIXTURE COMPLETE FOR
(225, or what have you to offer? S. c.
1 HAVE a section of Una In McPherson
county. Neb.; to city income; property
value about $o.C00. S. C. 675. Bee.
HAVE VACANT LOT IN LINCOLN,
Nebraska, near University Farm, actu
ally worth $500, will double In value soon
as all the university Is moved to the
farm campus, near car line. Will trade
this and some cash for good five-passenger
automobile. Address S. C. el,
care Omaha Dally Bee
WANT A NICE. MODERN HOME,
close to car line and schools and in a
good neighborhood, west of 24th street,
and want to trade In on this an abso
lutely perfect quarter of land in Per
kins county. Nebraska, clear from all
Incumbrances and worth $25 per acre,
S. C. 654. Bee.
FIVE LOTS ORCHARD uKL, NEAR
Oklahoma City, trade for auto; clear.
S. C. 680. Bee,
TWO LOTS IN DENVER, ON CAR
line; pew hot water boiler for 10-room
house. Swap for late model 4-cyllnder
auto, roadster preferred; Bulck. Hudson
or other standard make. Address S. C.
FOR SALE CHEAP ABOUT 200 AUTO
matlc glass Ink wells, or will trade for
books, camera or anything useful. These
retail at from 85c to 75c, and can easily
be sold by a good canvasser at a hand
some profit, as they are unique and
practical Will let responsible party havo.
them and pay atter sold. B. C. 664. Bee.
WILL SELL FOR CASH OR TRADE
for- clear real estate, $3,000 to $8,000
shares in good established Omaha fac
tory business. A monty maker, salaried
position to good man. S. C, CiS.
GOOD 3S CAU. HLUHD SMITH ft WtfS
so revolver, almost new; 22 cal. blue
iv", Johnson rovolver, gum boots or
II!. River Decoys, to swap separately or
... combnatlon for ramera, repeating
rirle, auto, revolver, shotgun, part -payment
on motorcycls, or what have you.
....... vpo j. Vt p..,,, tare uee.
HAVk WIXIIIAf.l. r?AVr. rr"t, r-,e .-.-.
diamond, horse and buggy, equity In
house, or what have you to offer? S. C,
WILL TRADE A GOOD HANDCAR
for a ball and a pitcher's glove.
S. C. 6S1.
SLKAR LOT IN LAKE CITY, NEB,;
trade as first payment on rooming
Vuso. Address 8. C, 693, Hoe.
FINE MOTOR BO.VX irf EXCELLENT
shape for a good second-hand Ford
roadster auto. Addtess S. C. 600. Beo.
WHO WANTS TO BUY UK SWAP FOR
a good cottage, with barn for 4 horses?
Address S C. 6S3, caro Bee
HAVE QUARTER SECTION OF GOOD
land In South Dakota not Improved,
Want nutomoblle. Ford preferred. Will
glvo someone a really good trado as this
land Is a roally good piece of property.
Address, S. C. 655. enre Bee.
PRACTICALLY NEW STANDARD Vis
ible typewriter, up-to-date In every par
ticular and some cash for automobile,
run-about preferred. Address S. C, 677,
care Omaha Bee.
TRADE FOR RANCH SO-ACRE GOOD
land, $10,000, equity J6.S0O. Dandy hotel.
$7,500 net. rent $600. mtg.. $1,500. Want
good ranch land; describe fully. S. C. 643,
HAVE 6-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE
on paved street, first-class condition,
well rented to good tenant. Has loan on
of $975. Will exchange $1,000 equity for
grocery, vacant lots, acreage or dia
monds. Make offer. Address S. C. 634,
ELECTRIC COUPE CAR, FINE CONDI
tion. Trado for diamonds or lot, or
what have you. S. C. 802, Bee.
OFFKKEU FOR RENT.
Apartment ami Flats.
ON TRANSFER CORNER
St. Louis flat, modern, splendid loca
tion, occupied 4 years bv doctor. Look
nt 1612 Ohio St. Web. 6701.
OODEN ANNEX rooms, with kltch
enets. Council Bluffs.
NEW brlCK apartments, ready to movo
Into; completely furnished, dishes and
all; 4 rooms, $6 per week; 2 rooms, $1
per week. Call Doug. 8711 during office
1803 FARNAM, 5 rooms, completely mod
em; suitable location for offices, stu
dios, dental or dressmaking rooms, etc.,
for tenants wishing homes adjoining.
Thos. F. Hall. 433 Ramge Bldg. D. 740ti.
38TH AND JONES STS.
Omaha's Finest Ap't House
LATEST MODERN IMPROVE
MENTS. Low Rentals
Open for Inspection every after
noon. Detailed information may bo ob
tained at any time.
406 Bee Bldg. Phono 7473,
PAYNE, SLATER CO.,
Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Phono Douglas 1016.
6-R. modern flat. $22. 23(M S. 24th. H. 471L
FIVE-ROOM new apartment, the Chula
Vista, 30th St. and Popploton Ave.;
Nothing better In the city; lower rent
than similar tints In this vicinity. Con
rad Young, 322 Brandels Theater. D. 1571.
NEW FOUR-ROOM FLAT.
2631-33 Patrick Ave., Just completed last
fall, modern ex. furnace. $15; water paid.
HASTINGS ft HEYDEN.
8-R. Apt. $7; 21st & Nicholas. Web. 2884.
- j XT r. Moving,
Gordon Van Co
219 N. llth St. Phono D. 3)1 or H. Wli
NEARLY new flat, six rooms, reception
hall, modern. 3122 Cass St. Benson 353 W.
THE STANDARD FLATS
6 Large Rooms. Steam Heated.
Fine Finish. Fine Decorations.
Ideal home, near business, for family
with members engaged In business.
WALKING DISTANCE. Saves lot of car
fare. Quality, coolness, convenience, tone,
comfort, service, equal any In city at
double our price.
T. J. HOOK, 1101 N. 18th St.
VERY choice 4 or 5-room steam heated
apartment on West Farnam St.
JOHN W. BOBBINS, 1802 FARNAM ST
llonrd ii ud iliram.
THE HELMAN, 2403 St. Mary's;- pleas
ant roomB; board optional. D. 6SS0.
MARRIED couple to room and board.
Call H. 6700.
A PLEASANT home for six young men.
Address C 114. Bee.
FURNISHED rooms; nice lyeatlon: prl
vate family. 2504 Emmet. Webster 1853.
New West Hotel; reasonable, 1414 Doug.
2114 LANDON COURT, front room,
alcove, suitable for 4 gentlemen Doug.
NOW READY; cool. alrv.sutli front
room; reasonaoie. i-uu wu a. -vm.
IN modern residence, newly furnished,
large room, wen UBnieu. nee ii in. j-u.
209 S. 20TH Large room; reasonable.
NO OTHER rocmerB; nice front room,
$2 per week. 513 So. 26th Ave.
LARGE, desirable room, nicely furnished.
close in, beet car service, itea dim.
NEW neatly furnished rooms, 117 N. 20th.
FOR RENT Furnished homo for sum
mer months June 15 to September 15.
Ideal location, 3S65 California St. Phone
Fnrulabcd llnuaaueeiiing Uoouta.
STRICTLY modern light housekeeping
rooms. 21S S. 26th St.
117 S. 20TH AVE. 2 housekeeping rooms,
also one front sleeping room.
ENTIRE 2d floor of residence, 3 rooms,
bath, newly decorated. $11. Web. 605ft
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms; 4, to
a week; 2, $3 a week. Doug. 8711, during
FIVE rooms, modern. Harney 2181.
N. 19th. 522. housekeeping and sleeping.
NICELY furnished suite of light house
keeping rooms. t0 x Jnth Ave.
K61 Bl'RT ST , 3 nicely furnished rooms,
gas and bath.
4 ROOMS, gas and telephone; furnished.
$15. 2803 Woolworth Ave, liar. 5458.
Hotel and Apuriufciii.
DODGE HOTEL Modern. Reasonable.
CALIFORNIA Hotel, 16th and California.
Weekly rates $2 and up. Dougla 7083.
Houses nnd Cottc.
Van & Storage Co., packs,
moves, stores and ships.
Doug. 433S. Doug. 3785.
NEW WEST FARNAM BRICK.
Nine rooms, n. w. corner, 35th and Dodge,
brand new and extra fine, will rent only
on yearly lease. Reference required,
price $66.00 per month.
208-10-11-14 State Bank Bldg Tyler 1536.
$1B i rooms, with barn, 3M4 Brown St
30- 6-r , mod, ex heat, east front, paved
s'reet, 1618 tin SMh St
$25 - 6-r. strlftly mod, nice basement
barn, fine location. 3406 Ltnrolri Ave.
St OTT & HILL CO. Douglas 1009.
REAL USTATK FOR REXT
Hansen nnd tottnRrr.
FOR RENT J-room modern house. J 433
B. 20th St
Four bedrooms, bath and linen closet
on second floor.
Vestibule, reception hall, living room,
dining room, kitchen, p'.ntry and Ico
room on first floor. Fr.tl cement base
ment with toilet, furnace heat, gas and
electric lights: nearly new nnd first class
In every way, at IBtt S. 29th St. Vacant
about May 20 Telephone Harney 1509.
AFTER 6 P. M
LARGE modern 4-room house, on corner
lot. with garage. Red. 6363.
7.7 . . . . moves, stores
& ships household gnorisfe nlanos. D. 149C.
.1 (J Rnotl Exn, Co - furniture & piano
T?TTvT?T TTN7"Btoragte and Van
r" I UrLL,! I Y Co. Uoods stored,
, , , X-L A A moved, packed.
shipped. 16th nnd Jackson Sis. Doug. 15R
We have a complete list of all houses,
arartmenta and flats that are for rent
This list can bo seen frco of charge at
Omaha Van & Storage Co . fiOi'. . 16th St
t-ROOM modern house, 2710 Decatur St;
$23. Phono Harney 6432.
(IniiqpQ 1 -ill parts of the city.
1-i.uu-ta Crelgh Sons & Co.. Bee Bldg
tftlRM IIPK'Tlf. 1 TT
Complete "for rent" list of houses,
apartments and flats on file at our office;
no charge whatever. Union Outfitting
Co., ICth and Jackson Bt.
12-ROOM modern house with barn; hot
water heat. 2618 Harney St Inquire T.
J. O'Brien, II. 10&4. D. 1216,
MODERN 6-r cottage Call 3222 Charles.
COTTAUE, 7-r., fine condition, 116 N. 24th.
Frnnk Crawford. Owner. Harney 0016.
SIX-ROOM house, modern except fur
nace. 718 Hickory St.
7-ROOM fU pressed brlcir front, oaK
floors In reception hall, parlor and din.
Ing room; 4 nice bed rooms upstair,
new plumbing, furnace; rent $22.50; 1001
N. 29th St Can you beat ItT Bemls
Carlberg. 310-312 Brandela Theater Bldg.
3922 N. ith Ave., nearly new 5-room
cottage. In best of condition, now vacant.
3046 Meredith Ave., new S-room, all
modern home, oak finish and In good
condition. Reduced from $35 to $30.
F. C. BEST.
HARNEY 3714. or DOUG. 3944.
VERY' desirable modern house 524 North
20th Street, Call utter 1 o'clock.
COTTAGE with bath 1711 Sahler St. $16.50.
Arthur Chase, 64S Omaha Nafl. Bk.
Bldg. Phono Doug. 6S0.
$12.r0-Brlck, 130 S. 35th St., Just north of
Farnam. Owner, 205 Ramgo Bldg.
Phone Douglas 2221.
fi-KOOM cottage, modern. 2401 S. 18lh St.
Call Tyler 2173-W.
Stored ii ml Offices.
HANDSOME double store. Good as any.
With completo outfit. Shelving, bins,
counter, incut room, r is and oil tanks;
for groceries and meat. A money muker
In hands of competent man. T. J. HOOK.
1101 No. 18th St.
STOREROOM, 2118 Leavenworth; plate
glass front, 30x70, $20 per month. J. I.
Kemp. Tel. Douglas 9S7.
1U1 FARNAM ST. 3,000 square feet; 1S09V4
Farnam St., 1,800 square feet; lW7-liP9-1811
Farnam St. (basement), 8,000 aquaio
feet both Farnam St and alley entrances;
abundant light; steam heat
THOS. F. HALL. 433 Ramge Bldg. D. 7409.
FARSI A RANCH LANDS FOR SALR
I CAN LOCATE YOU
In Colorado on a flno 320-ucro homestead
In settled community, close to schools,
where good crcps are grown; best of
markets; close to railroad and largo city.
Address B 395, Bee.
GOOD Iowa farm for cheap western land
Ten Dcs Moines homes for good western
land or merchandise.
No Commissiou Ecalty Co.,
316-330 Paxton Block, Omaha.
FOR SALE $2,500 buys 80 acres of good
land, good house and barn, beautiful
orchard; 3ft miles from city of Holland,
Michigan. For further particulars wrlto
to or call on C. Do Keyzer, Holland,
Mich. Write for catalogue.
FOR SALE $1,200 buys 15 acres, a large
house and barn, and other buildings;
also an orchard; fine location, 3V4 miles
from city of Holland, Michigan. For fur
ther particulars write or call on C. De
Keyser. Holland, Michigan. Write for
FOR SALE-11,200 buys a fine, almost
level 40-acro farm, with a small log
house, good largu bam, dandy large ap
ple orchard; 6 miles from city of Holland,
Michigan. For further particulars call or
write to C. De Keyzer, Holland, MIchl
gan. Write for catalogue.
From $15 to $75 per acre.
Arc the equal of any in the
United States that are selling
from $150 to $300 per acre.
These lands can bo bought
on easy terms.
Minnesota's 1913 corn
crop, 40 bushels per
acrt-, stands first of
all states in the union.
SEND FOR SPECIAL PAOE3 OP
MINNESOTA FARM DARQAIN8,
Published in tho
Minneapolis, Minn,, March 29 to
April 4. A '2c stamp will bring it.
NICE 3W acre improved (arm, 20 miles
from Minneapolis; part under cultiva
tion; can practically all be farmed; eight
room house, v.arn, granary, corn cribs,
wind mill, etc.; lays level; will produce
good crops of cor"., oats, clover, etc.;
telephone and R. F. D. pass buildings;
one mile to railroad station; good roads;
20 fresh milk cows, worth $70 apiece; (
hones, complete set farm machinery can
go with farm; price for everything, $37.5J
per acre, or will sell farm without per
sonal property at $23 per oxre; one-naif
cash. SCHW An BRO..
1028 Plymouth Bids ytnneaoolls. Minn.
FARMS for sale. $5 down, $5 monthly
buys 40 acres good timber land, near
town. Texas county, Mo. Price $300. Per
fect title. J. B. Jarrell. Mt. Vernon. III.
SO acres near I-ong Pine, under culti
vation, u-nrrh i9ftA. ... t.v. fl Kc II jvn
loash. G. L. Larson. Carlton Hotel
JOU.N'D-J0-acre homestead in settled
neighborhood; fine farm land; not sand
hills; cost you (XO, filing fees and JL J.
X. Tracy.- Kimball. Neb.
BARGAIN Good deeded Indian l:,nd, 160
acres, in Bennette county, and 60 acroa
In Tripp county. South Dakota, by owner.
Luther B. Bear, Hicks. Fuller. Plerson ,
Co , Sioux i'ity. la. '
EOR SALE-llargafn. 160 acres. South
Dakota, 2V4 miles from town, 30 miles I
from apitnl. main line C fc N. W. Ry
W. F Uray uS4? fc jperir St, C hlrago, IIL j
OMAHA, TUKSIU, MAY
FARM ,t RANCH l.A.MIS FUR SA1.K.
WR WANT TO TF.LL you all about our
deeded Indian lands; title directly from
U. S. Preferable to honstcads. Rich;
black soil, no stone, fine soft water, ono
crop of flax pays for land. Write today
for JS-page booklet Hartung Land Co.,
noom 8. MeLaushlln.
Best dairy and general crop state la
the union. Settlers wanted. Lands fo
rale at low prices on easy terms. Ask
for booklet 34, on Wisconsin Central Land
Grant. Stato acres wanted. Write about
pur grazing lands. If Interested In fruit
landes ask for booklet on apple orchards
In Wisconsin Address Land Dcpt, Boo
Line Ry., Minneapolis. Mlnrv.
I'OR SALK or kxcuaxoh r. r.
I am Just putting on tho nmruet a tract
containing 10AX) acres in the Han Luis
valley. Colorado, This Is a very flno
body of land, located three miles from
station at the nearest point, all smooth
I want to deal this for land or Income
or merchandise In Nobrnskn. Iowa. Minn,
or S. D.. and for lightly encumbered prop
erty, and will give equitable deal. This
is a fine body for Investment.
Will divide this tract to suit deal and
will pay the usual broker's commission,
Write or Interview mo at Hotel Rome,
E. W. Kunyon,
REGISTER your property or business
with us for quick sale or exchango; no
long delays In converting it Into what
No Commission Realty Co.,
316-330 Paxton Block, Omaha.
WE HAVE a party owning Iowa farm
to exchange for western land.
NO COMMISSION ItEALTV CO.,
316-330 Paxton Building.
WE HAVE a party ownlnE Des Moines
Income property to exchange for land
In Omnhn, property or merchandise.
NO COMMISSION REALTY CO.,
316-330 Paxton Building.
Have lands In southeast Texas from
which can be raised two to four crops a
year. Will exchange for ranch In eastern
or central Nebraska.
JOHN A. M'SHANE,
924 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Pianos for other musical lnstru'ts. D. 2017.
RKAL BSTAT1C LOANS,
tlOO to JIO.UOO made promptly. F. D.
Wead. Wead Bldg , ISth and Farnam.
WANTED City louns and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co,, 1320 Farnam.
riTV t n A MK Ilninl..ln,lhri. I1.,
0 110-312 Brnndel's Theater Bldg.
FIVE per cent farm loans. Optional pay
ments and annual Interest WM. Mo
CORMICIC, 1201 Farnam.
RARV1N BliOS Lo". oo and up.
CITY and farm loans, 5, 5Vi, 4 per cent
J. H. Dumont t Co.. 1013 Farnam Omaha.
SEE us first if you want a farm loan.
United States Trust Co.. Omaha. Neb.
WANTED City loans. Patera Trust Co,
MONEY on hand for Mty and farm loans.
H. W. Binder. City Nat. Bk. Bldg.
CITY property. Large loana a specialty.
W. H. Thames, 22S State Bank Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
WIG Omaha Nat Douglas 2715.
HARHltsON & MOHTON. 'JIG Om. Nat
ACUUAdi; FUR SALE.
i Acre Improved
Located In Keyston Park addition. Has
2-room house; about one aero needed lo
alfalfa; good well, In a splendid location.
The owner will sell at a very reasonable
prlco on a payment down of $500, bal
ance monthly. Has 2 pIrs, 1 horse, 2
buggies, 50 large buff-leghorn chlckenB,
120 small chicks, 2 Incubators, plow and
garden truck all goes In tho deal. Hero
Is a chance for somoono to start right
In on a place and get returns. Owner has
made very low prlco for quick sale. See
ua about it at once.
Also havo a piece of 4V4 acres with 6
room housepartly finished. Haa well and
other outbuildings. Owner will sell for
$2,000; small payment down, balance easy
payments. The land Is well located; Ilea
high and sightly. More land can be had
adjoining if wanted.
Hastings & Heyden
1614 HARNEY ST.
Two miles north of Florence, well Im
proved as to fruit and grapes, flno cave,
built last year, cost $200; other buildings
not of much valuo; good well and wind
mill. Price. fi,500. McCague lnv. Co.,
150i Dodge St.
ABSTRACTS til- TITLU.
flEED Abstract Co., eldest abstract
office in Nebraska 206 BrandcU Theater.
CITY I'HOI'KK'n FOR SAL 12.
ON THE BOULEVARD
5-room cottage, all modern except heat,
nice lot with largo shade trees, barn, lo
cated on 19tn St. boulevard and priced at
only $2,2u0. You will want to hurry.
C. G. CARLBERG,
310-312 BrandolB Theater Bldg.
FOR SALIC SiiihII house and three lots;
good well; plenty small fruit; good gar
den; all goes for $075; somo terms. See
this today : uno-half blocK of 55th and
TO HL'i , 3EI.L OR RENT. FIRST SEE
JOHN W. ROBB1NS. lMft .FARNAM ST.
COTTAGh and lot nt Carter Lake club.
East front lot with cottage, 24x9), 3
rooms, with everything complete, with
screened-ln sleeping porches, awnings,
lights, water, etc On lot 168. Phone Web.
5760. Will be at cottage today.
at the High School
Interest nt tho high school In the com
ing retirement ofMlss Mcliugh as prin
cipal is centering, not on her successor,
but on tho competition of second assistant
principal. It being taken as practically
settled that the new principal will be
Mr. c B. Reed, present first assistant,
and to which place Mr. J. F. Woolery,
present second assistant, will be pro
moted. For the position of second as
sistant principal the aspirants are all
women, with these flvo avowed candi
dates In the race all from among the
teaching staff: Miss Snyder, Miss Peter
son, Miss McDonald, Miss Towne and
Miss Shields. Rumor has it that there
may be one or two withdrawals from
this list and possibly another entry.
MISS MERRIAM IN HER
ELECTRIC HITS STREET CAR
Miss Mildred Merrlam, daughter of
Nathan Merrtam. was slightly injured
about the face Monday morning when she
crashed Into tho tear end of a street car
at Twenty-ninth and Farnam street,
while driving her electric. She was Im
mediately taken home In another ma- i
chine b C E, Yost Her face was
bruised, but beyond that she suffered no
scrl'i is Injury
LIGHT ON STREET L IGHTING IN OMAHA
Figures compiled at request of The Beo by city comptrol
ler's off ico:
I'HKSKNT PUOl'OSAI, OK EI.KCTHIC MOHTIXCS COMPANY:
200 flaming nrcs (500 watt.) nt $00 912,000
Uflo Mnzrin lamps, timlrnrr. (200 wntt.) nt $10......... 10,000
t,ao Mnzila lamps, overhead (200 ntt.) nt ?!W .17,7ft0
Totnl net roM $70,750
COST OK liKUITIXG IX 101.1:
Number of nre .Inn. I, 11M1, 1,2.10, nt $75 per Inmp per jenr.
Number of flninlnc; nrcs .Inn. 1, 1014, 1:17, nt per lump per yenr.'
COST OK MUIITIXG ON AIIOVK hAMPS KOK ONK YHAR:
Arc $ 01, 1 2.-. 00
KlnmlitK nres 11,015.4)0
Cross cost .X
l)clHctliiK 101.1 roynltj pnltl In
I.eftvcs ncf. cost for 1014
ROYAlTIKS PAID HY O. K. Ii. P.
1010 In 1011 . . . ,
1011 In 1012...,
1012 In 101,1
101.1 In 1014
ROYAIiTIKS KSTIMATKI) FOR FIVK YKAHS, WITH KSTIMATR OK
10 PKR OK NT 1NCRKASH PER YEAR.
1014 royalty pnltl In 1015 $28,020.87
1015 royalty paltl In 1010 .11,812.05
1010 royalty paltl lit 1017 SM ,004.2-1
101.7 royalty paltl In 1018 .18,400.00
1018 royalty paltl In 1010 42,!lia.0.1
NET COST OK SAME NUMI1KR OK LAMPS AS AT PRESENT, CONSID
KRINO 10 PER CENT INCREASE IN ROYALTIES FOR FIYE YEARS:
AUDITOR ANDERSON RETIRES
After Thirty-Eight Years with U. P.
Qoes on Pension Roll. .
CHARSKE SUCCEEDS TO THE JOB
New Yorker TnUen I'onltlnn on liny
(lint IletlrliiRT Kutiln;c I Noti
fied Hint Poult Ion la
(ilvrn to Another.
After thirty-eight yeurs of continuous
atrvlcc with tho Union Pacific, William
11. Anderson, auditor of freight accounts,
hnn been retired nnd placed upon tho
ptnslon rolls. He Is succeeded by F. V,
Charsko of tho Now York offices, who
arrived Saturday and haa entered upon
the discharge of his duticfl. The circular
giving notice of the rtlrement of Mr.
Anderson bears date of Monday nnd Mon
day ho was notified of his retirement
nnd Introduced to his successor.
Mr. Anderson expects to go to Cali
fornia on Boon an ho settles some private
business matters nnd will remain there
sceral months, returning here, how.
ever, where he will reside. At present
ho has nothing In view for the future,
expressing a desire to tako u long rem
beforo again getting into actlvo work.
Mr. Charskc, the now auditor of freight
nccounts with tho Union Pacific Is about
35 years of ago and has been with the
Harrlman roads since ho was a boy,
practically all tho time In tho different
auditing offices. For many yeara he
worked on passenger accounts. For the
lust two years ho has been on -spectal
work and for tho last year has been a
member of tho battery of auditors sent
tj the vurloue headquarters to flguro
ways and means for unifying tho system
of accounting, reducing expenses and In
troducing new methods of bookkeeping.
For several months Mr. Charske nnd
his co-workers were at the hcamuartera
here and as a result of their labors .the
payrolls were materially reduced when
a number of heads dropped into the
basket on his recommendations. From
hero he went to the Hnrriman road head
quarters In Portland, Ore., where ho fol
lowed the same course pursued In Omaha.
He was there when called to Omaha to
Seek New Plan of
Opening of Douglas street from Twenty-fourth
street to Twenty-fifth avenue
was discussed by the city commissioners
In committee of the whole and the plan
of assessment was not adopted, but a
hearing was fixed for next Monday at
the Instance of J. E. George and other
property owners who sought a new ad
justment. The assessment as reported covers
Douglas street on both sides from Ninth
street to Thirtieth street, and the as
sessment ranges from U) cents to J10 a
Property owners will be asked to ap
pear before the council and voice any
objections they may entertain to the
adoption of tho plan of assessment.
SUIT AGAINST ROAD FOR
WORKING MEN OVERTIME
Suit has been filed by tho United Ktates
against the Rock Island railroad, alleg
ing that the railroad has violated the
safety appliance law-, in requiring two
operators to work for a period of thirteen,
fourteen and eighteen hours In twenty
four. The petition alleges that It. K.
Murphy, an operator at Ileatrice, was
required to work longer than nine hours
on two occasions, In December, 1909. It
Is alleged III the recond petition that W.
D. Luke. oerator at Dubois, was required
to work longer than nine 'hours, in Sep
Whoopluo; Cough: Oh! Oh I Glre
Foley's Honey nnd Tar Com
pound. It Help.
A child that is feverish and restless,
w'lth an Inflamed throat and spasmodic
cough, needs special care and attention
for whooping cough starts that way.
Qlvo Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
for the distressing wearing cough It
helps wonderfully. Mrs. Shlpps. Itay
mondsvlllc, Mo., says; "I got fine re
sults from Foley's Honey and Tar and
It la a great medicine for whooping
cough." For sale by all dealers every
Increase, per cenl 15.1H
Increase, per cent . . . . 12.01
Inrrense, jer rent.... 7.R!J
Inrrense, per cent . . . . 111. 14
by Autos to Start
Early Part of June
Chairman Handall K. Drown of the
Commercial dub's good roads committee
In conference with other organisations
of the city has almost completed the ar
rangements for tho first of the socia
bility or good fellowship automobile
The first is to ho June 6 and 6. This
will bo on Friday and Saturday. Tho
cars will leave Omaha tho night of Juno
4 and will assemble In Lincoln for tho
real united start In tho morning of Juno
5. Tho first stop Is to bo Kmoruld, then
at Pleasantdalo, next Mllford, Ituby,
Howard, Tomorow, Qoehncr, Heaver
Crossing, Friend, Dorchester, Crete, She
stak, Wllber. De Witt and Ueatrlce. The
return trip has not been yet definitely
scheduled, but It will likely Include tho
towns In the southorn and eastern part
of the stato.
BABY BOY FOUND ON PORCH
OF WILLIAMS0N RESIDENCE
A pretty unldentlfed bnby hoy nbout
3 months old was found on tho door step
of the T. II. Williamson residence, F09
South Eighteenth street, when members
of tho family awakened. Tho youngster
was tucked away In silk blankets and
other flnory and holes were out In tho
big valise so that ho would havo plenty
of air to breath.
A nolso was heard on tho front porch
Sunday night, but no particular atten
tion was paid to It.
Humane Officer Hans Nielsen was
i notified nnd the Infant was taken to tho
Child having Institute, where it will be
cared for whllo the authorities seek to
Identify tho youngster.
TO TAKE MOVING PICTURES .
OF HOTEL CLERKS HERE
Motion pictures will be taken of the
visiting hotel clerks who will pass through
Omaha Juno 3 on their wny to tho na
tional convention of greeters nt Ixa An
geles. They will bo met at tho train by
u delegation of the Omaha clerks and
shown a good tlmo at breakfast at the
Henshaw, luncheon nt the Itome nnd In
an auto tour of the city, Including a
number of special fcaturoi now being
arranged by the local committee. Alwut
200 are expected to go west on a speclul
train by way of tho Oato City.
BOYS AT FORT SPECIAL
Marked Improvement Is noted In tho
printing work being turned out by classes
at the Fort special school for hoys. One
of the latest pieces of work Is a list of
books about interesting people, which
nio In the general circulation department
of tho public library. It Is neat und at
tractive, nnd shows the results being se
cured by Instructor F. W. Bason In his
efforts to teach the boys a trade. Tho
lists were printed by order of the school
authorities nnd have been given to tho
library for distribution among Its patrons.
CLARKSON HOSPITAL TO
GRADUATE NURSES MAY 18
The graduation exercises of the Train
ing h'chsol for Nurses of the Clarkson
Memorial hospital will be held at Trinity
cathedral on the evening of May IS. The
graduating class consists of the follow
ing: Helen Reynolds, Ituby Maxflcld.
Mary Young. May Kendall, Irma Robin
son, Olga OUen, Vora Reokmeyer, Hen
rietta Martens. Genevieve Ruckus. Olive
Augustine, Hattle Newman and Cora
HUNGRY MAN WHO STEALS
CAKES IS TURNED LOOSE
Arthur Haines, having eaten nothing
In three days, entered tho Hoston Lunch
at 1444 Douglas street and after telling
his story, asked for some food. He was
tefused and going to the alley in the
rear of the restaurant stole six cakeH
from the window ledge. He was caught
by an employo who called an officer and
had the man arrested. He was discharged
In police court.
Ilupklrn'a Arnica galtr
should he In ever home, ready to apply
to all burns, bruises, sores, cuts and
scalds. Heals quickly 26c All drug
ALLEGE FRAUD1N LAND DEAL
Johnsons Start Suit to Regain Title
to Land Lost.
CALIFORNIA LAND OF NO VALUE
Outcome of the Operations of the
Iiiithernn Colonisation Company,
an Omnhn Organisation
The first lawsuit growing out of tho
operations of the Lutheran Colonliatlon
company, an Omahn organization, which
bad for Its nlm the establishment of a
"bark to the land" colony composed at
church-goers, In Tehama county, Cali
fornia, has been filed In district court
H was to Join thli company that Rev.
John K. Hummon resigned the pastorate
of Kountzn Memorial church only to lro
later when many colonists became dissat
isfied. Mr, and Mrs. John A. Johnson of Hen
son who decided that they would llko
to operntc a ranch In California after
having become well-to-do by reason of the
feitillty of Nebraska land, nllego that
their experience with tho Lutheran Colo
nization company cost them their title to
$H,CC0 worth of land near Itcnson and In
Cheyenne county and J7.0W expenses and
los of Income.
Tho Trouhrldge-Ilolstcr company,
which, they allege. Is Identical with the
Lutheran Colonization company, E. E.
Trowbridge. Martin O. Plowman, John
8. Ilelgren, J. C. Holster and Philip J.
Kunz, nro made defendants In the suit.
The court Is aBked to set aside deeds of
tho property which tho plaintiff executed
to tho Lutheran Colonization company
and to award them damages.
Allrac I'a I no llcprmrntatlon.
False representations were made to In
duce Mr. and Mrs. Johnson to trade their
property for J00 ncres of California lond,
they allege. Mr. Plowman and Mr. Hel
gren told them, they aver, that their son,
who had gone to California to investigate
tho land, had sent a telegram advising
his parents to go nhead with the deal.
This assortlon, 41s well as others to the
effect that tho defendants' tltlo to the
Tehama county land was good, that every
kind ) crop Vould grow there, that an
Irrigation system would bo completed
within ono year, that thoro wore churches
nenrhy and that automobiles would be
provided to tako children to school, "were
not true, the plaintiffs allege
The land, they nsscrt. Is of the descrip
tion known as "hard pan," and they al
lege that tho defendants made no effort
to fulfill their part of the contract of
sale nnd aro In fact unable to do so be
cause they do not have title to It. piml
Isr suits have been started In behalf of
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson in Phelp'a and
Quit the Militia
to Join Regulars
Frank C. Lec. C, P. Reals and Charlos
Tolles of Omaha wanted to go to war
last week. In fact they quito decided that
woh what they wanted to do, so they
enlisted In tho Nebroska National
Guard hero and applied themselves dili
gently to tho task of learning how to uo
soldiers, liy the end of the week, having
mastered that comparatively simple mat
ter, they wanted uctlon. The Nebraska
National Guard couldn't furnish the ac
tion with tho proper setting nnd real
Mexicans abend, so tho three men ob
talncd their discharges from the Ne
braska National Guard and at once en
listed In the United States army and
were. sent to Fort Morgan,
EIGHTEEN SPEEDERS ARE
FINED IN POLICE COURT
Motorcycle Officers Kmcry, Wheeler,
Farren and Holdcn were particularly
active Saturday and Sunday and uc
cecded In arresting eighteen offenders,
all of whom, with one exception, wero
fined in police court,
Tho mujorlty of those brought to trial
were arrested between Fortieth and,
Forty-eighth on Farnam streets, where
residents have been complaining to tho
authorities that motorists have been
going at high speed down tho grades,
which descend to Forty-fourth.
CHARLES HULETT GODFREY
IS BURIED AT OSHKOSH
The body of Charles Hulett Godfrey,
who died Friday ut his homo, Ifi04 Dodge
street, was burled Sunday at Oshkosh,
AVIs. He wns W yenrs old, had lived in
Omaha forty years, and was a water
works engineer until his retirement sev
eral years ago. A wife and four children
survive him. They are Norman L. Godfrey,
Davenpoit, In.; Mrs. Joseph M, Iiurns,
Ilcllevuc; Mrs. James Sturdevant,
Twenty-eighth street and Fowler avenue,
end Miss Grctchen Godfrey, S604 Dodgo
BURBANK TO OPEN OMAHA
OFFICE AT AN EARLY DATE
An office In Omaha Is to be opened
soon by William R. Iiurbank, president
ond managing director of the operating
company of tho new Fontenelle hotel.
This has been necessitated by his press
of duties In arranging for the furnishings
and equipment of the hotel. The local
office may be opxied within a month.
Mr. Ilurbunk Is now In tho east, but
will sever his active connection with hta
hotel at Syracuse. N. Y., when he makes
his headquarters In Omaha.
KEEPERS OF DISORDERLY
HOUSE AREFINED IN COURT
I. W. Hunter. 1313 Douglas street,
charged with keeping a disorderly house,
J was fined i& and costs in police court.
joiin uanic. nil ieavenwortn street, ar
rested for tho same offense, was fined
J15 and costs; Lawrence Lund, Nine
teenth and Cuming streets, (2S and costs,
suspended sentence; Joseph Trechek, Ut
North Twelfth streets, 20 and coats, and
Harvey Jacobsen, Twenty-fourth and
Cuming streets, (X and costs.
EX-EAGLE FINED FOR USING
EXPIRED MEMBERSHIP CARD
Max A. Robinson of Waterloo, la.,
wormed his way into the good graces of
the local Eagles, No, 3S, by tendering an
expired membership card Issued to htm
at Waterloo and, while partaking of the
hospitality of the organization, made way
with one ot the members' overcoat H
was arrested, howover, and In police
court was given thirty days when Judge
C. W Brltt, president of the lodge, ap.
peared against him and testified,
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