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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, AriUL C, 1907.
15 vsr4 i i w n i i i .4 A. OFFERED FOR RENT Vafaralshe Rooms (ontlaaed. CFVTP.AJ-. rr.cUrr., S dfsir.tls rssf, bath and hail, to good tenant. 230 N. 2?'l. (li) M4 liasekeplag Hoosss. TWO entrant roomi, furnished for light housekeeping; eiesm heat, gas and bath. Q1 Harney. (161-27 11 Apartments oad Flats. FOUR-ROOM modern apartment; owner's residence: private Iront and hack porches; private bath; choice location; to family or two; pric . Aaure n. K t4. Omaha Baa. (16) Aig44 A NKW modern t room brick flat, finished In oak, $60. 2U4 Harney 8t (16 M9M 7s FOR RENT. S-r. new brick flat, atrictly modern, dona In, 140. O-KEEFB REAL ESTATE CO., 1001 N. Y. L. Bldg. 'Phone D 21f2 (15) 227 Famished Uaaaea and Flate. TO RESPONSIBLE party, elegantly, newly furnished 7-room house, West Farnam district. May l to October 1. Telephone Harney 1668. (IS) M816 A8x Hoasos and Cottages. WE MOVE PIANOa Mapgard Van ana Storage Co. fel. Doug. 14V4. Office, 1711 Wabater 8L (16)-404 WE DO expert piano moving at lowtat trice. Tel. Douglas 16.28. Schmoller A tualller Piano Co., 13U-1318 Farnntn. (li)-441 B87 DAVENPORT, 7 room, modern :; 6f2 8, fcth, 6 rooms, modern, t.'Xcj0; tdi ' Seward, 6 rooms, $17.30. Ringwalt Bros , Barker Blk. (16) Mi4 7 ONE of the flneat of Omeha residences, . located in the best residence section, fronting on high school grounds, house has 12 large rooms. Ideal arrangement for private home, strictly modern, and In perfect repair, bee us for terms of leaae. UEOROE CO., 1901 Farnam ft. (U-M183 6 -4 FOR RENT f-room modern cottage, ex cept furnace, to family of adults. 16 s Pierce Bt (16) M327 6 rooms, partly modern, close In. $!'&. 7 rooms, modern, on gpencer St. $J0. g rcoins, partly modern, on Decatur St. $20. Call at oillee for further list TIRRELL A CO., 17th and Farnam. QS)-M34g a HOUSES ,n n PrU of t0 ettr" Thi tl)- OMAHA Van A Storage Co., pack, move, store, H. H. goods; storehouse 11.20-24 N. Win. Office, lull Farnam. Tel Doug. 166a. (16)-38 ' FOR RENT. Two eight room dwellings, 8114 and 31H Woolwonh avenue, oppoatta Hanacoru park. Modern and In good repair. W. Li. 8EL.KT . 440 Board of Trad Bldg. Phone Doug. V1 (16) Ami -ROOM all modern bouse, all open plumb- lng, 1U12 Spencer St.; reference required. ce required. (16)-i8 lix FOR RENT 7-room house, modern exopt furnace; SI N. 28th Ave.; newly painted and papered; very convenient; rent rea sonable. Apply at (07 N. lSUu or room 9ut, N. y. Life Bldg. ()) M764 M N. 23D ST., new modern brick, S45. . . .' . . 04) M1B3 I EE us when shipping household goods ta large cities west; we can save you money. EXPRESSMEN'S DELIVERY CO.. H4 N. 1SIA St. Tel. Doug. 11. . . (1C) 10-ROOM modern brick residence; keys 114 No. 26th BU Apply on premises. (15) MS01 12x IIOTTSES ,n "u Vrta of the city. R. (li)-M7 FOR RENT, -room modern house, new furnace, north part of city, $36. 4 rooms In apartment house, city water, , gas. 16J3 N. lHtb.BU $10.. CM. BACHMANN.V .484 Paxton Block. C16)-7J HOUSES, Inmiranc. Ringwalt. Barker Blk. 06 3 FOR RENT S-room bouse, 12th and I fits. W. S. Frank, 321 Neville Blk. 'Phone D StiOO. (16) 222 Bandings. FOR RENT Germanla Hall ' or BIJou Theater building, U12 to 1&18 Harney; stores, omces ana tneater; on long lease, N. P. Dodge A Co., 1714 Farnam. (15)-M328 HALLS FOR RENT. Bariffht's Society Halls, lath and Farnam Bts. The best fitted halls In Omaha for lodges and societies. BARIGHT'S HALL ASSOCIATION. PhoneDouglaa 2443. 14 Arlington Block. (16) M326 12x Offices. AVIH I.m. aMaa V A ward Crelghton Institute Bldg.. $10 8. 18th Bt., opposite city hall. Inquire building IID)-HHU ROOM 4, Continental block, and large re caption room; very suitable for dentist's . or doctor's office; tower wtndowa Robt H. Bennett, agsnt. Room 11. Continental JU1K. U0J M1SO FOR RENT Desk room In Bee office, city hail building, 417 N. ta Bt., south ureana. Apply to manager. - uaj U4 torea. FOR RENT Tha best looated corner store In Omaha, Farnam and 16th streets. Board of Trade Bldg. See P. . H. Phtlben. Schllti Hotel. (16) Mail lfll FARNAM ST New modern store room - and basement V per month. GEORGE A CO., 1001 FARNAM ST. (16) 294 T 191$ FARNAM ST.. naw store room, mod rn front, good baaement, $rt6 per month. - utiOKUU ot CO., ItiOl Farnam r!t. (15) M184 1 T 8. $7tb St., $ 00 per month. M Farnam St., $1!.0O per month. $: Farnnm St., $J0.0O per month. N. P. DODQE A CO.. 1714 FARNAM ST. (16J-41I lian-A4 HARNET ST. tv stories and base ment, z&.cuo square feet (floor space, long lease, favorable terms. ULORGE A CO.. ItiOl FARNAM 6T. (16-2S3 7 UNEQUALLED chance for druggist In hlcH'k with arocerv end meat market. Central, with fixtures. Rent moderata Beet ot chance fcr good man In best neighborhood. Laundry rooms, with 75-horsa power boiler to run same. Apply 220 N. JM Ht. (lil-MTSt v THREE splendid modern rooms on ground nour; rent reasonable, lsa! Farnam hi. (la)-M 1108 No. Uth St., near Nlcnolaa, rant 2v tier month. Bemla. Paxton Blk (161-MJ3S WHEN you writs to advertisers, remem ber It takes but a few strokes of the pen . to tell that you saw he "ad," in The Bee. OFFERED FOR SALE Feactag. ANCHOR and Iron fencing; wire fencing l) par foot Ilia St Tel. Red tli. U&J-M644 Farattare. CONTENTS of four-room Hat for aale at . a sacrifice, must atll at once. Inquire of fist i Wright blot. 16th and hie rt;o fcta. (IO-MW FOLDING LOUNGE, must be sold at once. Room 813. Bee bldg. Uo) M271 llx OAK FOLDINO BEDS and other furni ture, commencing April . rur mm u s on v. Address L 43. Bee. u Mis s FURNITURE for sale at once during day at Ml Browne; moving lf (14) 141 6x FOR 8AI.B Furniture business at a bar. gain. Owner leaving city. 7J N. 1-Uh tiu (H M- 4 SNAP, if taken at l-r'Mtm flat; S'tme t a&4 txrunui once: furniture for Ul pew. hint 4 l it) (l)-t7s 1U OFFERED FOR SALE IContlnued.) riaaea. Orgaa, M astral lasrromeats. THE amalleet piano In the west at the tmrago r urniture Co. we also nave tne highest grade second hand furniture at mall prlcea. 1413 Dodge St. Tel. Douglas 4Wf7. (16) M7M A FINE Chlckertng upright piano, $95; Singer sewing machine, $; halltree. ifi; bookcase, S3. Party leaving city. 415 N. 23. (18) M2M 7 FOR BALE A good fin no, at a aacrlUce. on. f Emerson upright Apply 2413 llimtl-(16-MS13 BTEOER Tt A NO-CHEAP FOR CAPH. 81$ M'CAGUE BLDQ. (16)-MS38 AT TWO ORGANS-ONE $5, MCA OLE BLDQ. one rs. m U6) MtJ7 A7 FOR BEST values possible In high grail plnnos, high grade tuning and repairing, ace Bush & C.erts Plnno Co., 609 W. O. W. Bldg. Tel. Doug. 6374. (16)-M777 "n STOP ! 1 And take notice of our special lint of slightly used pianos and organs. Everyone fully guaranteed and a genuine bargain. 75c to.$l per week will bring ona to your nnme. Kimball, rosewood case I 75 Arion, cottage upright 100 ( Flickering A Sons, rosewood case 126 Blnger, mahogany case 160 Opera Piano, oak cae 1?J Vose A Sons, cabinet grand 30 1700 Stelnway A Sons, only T 830 Square pianos and organs, all makes, $1S, 2& and up. Call or write for complete bargain list. We move, store, tune and repair pianos. In our piano factory the omy ona in Ne braska. SCHMOLLER MUELLER PIANO CO. & 1311 and 1313 Farnam St. Telephone Douglas 1U6. (18) M873 Typevrrlters and tewing Machines. ONE Remington typewriter. No. (, In good cenamon, tor sais cneap. aji at nee office. aS)-ttli Mlsecllaaeoas. FEW bargains In Zd-hand soda fountains; montniy payments, uerigni, uis jrarnam. uto ENGMSH WALNUT BUTTER SCOTCH; delicious candy, sample boxea, 10c; 4o pound, postpaid. Hong Candy Co, Al bion, Neb. (16) M306 12x aND js your mail orders for drugs; freight paid on $10 lots. Myers-Dillon Drua Co., Omaha. (16) 47 SECOND-HAND AUTOMOBILES. 1906 Thomas Flyer, 40-H.-P., full equipment; coat L3.7SO. now 11.800. 1906 Pope Toledo, Typa 7, top and full equipment; cost W,7M), now r.J0. iri (eo, used 60 miles; cost 11,2X6. now fl.OnS. Hot Reo, top and full equipment; coat l.86uj now JWO. 1904 Whit Steamer; cost $2,600, now S700. 1906 Ford, 16-H.-P.; coat $1,150, now $700. rope-Waveriy t.iectrie runabouts, x up. UJH1UHT SUIUMUBILB UUMrAfll, 1818 Farnam St. an m 4OO.Ono.0OO FEET .standing timber: well lo cated: worth over $40,000, for $l26.nnn. Box 463, Sibley, la. (16 M30I is FOR BALK All the leading periodicals published. Foreign publications a spe cialty. Birthday, wedding and souvenir post cards. Subscriptions received for all periodicals published. Mall orders will receive prompt attention. 8CHUTZE A BLATTEJRT. Newsdealers and Stationers, ill S. 15th St. (16) MS3 m& 10x16 1 Job press, paper cutter, motor and some good type ror sate or traae. n is. X7th St." - 0)-M321 11 HALL'S safes, saw, id-hand, m$ Farnam, (16) 4a Butchers' refrigerators on hand, liog Doug. (18) M.1H3 jsx FOR SALE Two sets . of blacksmith tools, including 6-h. p. Weber gasoline engine, shafting and pulleys; one set of woodwork tools and etock. c. j, Armstrong, 62$ 4th St., Council Bluffs, la. , (ll Mill nx GAS AND ELECTRIC FIXTURES WHOLESALE AND RETAIL We furnish estimates. If you ara going to build, write for catalogue. BURGESS-GRANDEN CO. 31$ & 16th. 'Phone Doug 681 (16) M132 FOR SALE Two National cash rertstera one total aaaer: aiso nice line or store fixtures. Globe Land and Investment Co, Patterton Block. Ot) MO FOR SALE! Collect toe of fins old vlollna. including sixes vioia and cello, violin btudlo, io Wlthnau Building. (16) M7SJ A20 BHERWIN WILLIAMS CO., best mlx4 painu DiisTroan at axcvonneii urug t o. (16-4 GARDEN and field seeds, fruit packages. De Keepers' supplies. lounkertnan Co., council Blurts, la. (ie 2M MILLET SEED. A. W. Wagner. 801 N. 16th. UtD MtSbJ CHOICE CURRANT PLANTS for sale. B. C. Smith, 3108 Corby St. (1) luO Jlx A CLEAN 88,000 stock of general mer chandise at sd cents on the dollar; nne location; will bare closest Inspection; owner moving away. Address Y 78, care Omaha Bee. 0)-71 COAL Good burning; $ baskets 36e; 8 tor $1, delivered, uoscnuiaii. rnone uoug. u. (lij-14 8LOT machines, all kinds: also silver plat . Ir.gWnd picture machines. Jarl, 712 8. 16th, (14)-M632 A30X ONE Bartholomew peanut roaster; good as new; will Mil for half price If sold Immediately. Writa owner. Box ttL Scotia, Neb. (lt 674 6x FOR BALE Jewel gasoline stove; boy's wheel, pearly new: early Ohio seed po tatoes. Inquire $677 Manderson. i Ufi)-M!7 A3 SNAPwRidpath'g History of the World, Encyclopaedia Brltannlca, International Kncyciiicaeilla; small monthly payments. Webster's Unabridged $10 Dictionary, full leather, only $3.36. B. B. Roberts, 641 Paxtou Bldg., Omaha. (18) M814 A MEN'S Rambler and boys Ideal bicycles; Steven's rltle, Winchester shotgun' and complete hunting suit, very cheap. Dlers, 3W4 Webster. (181-M931 6x TREES, shrubs, roses. Hatel Deli Nur sery, Uth and Plnkney. Tel. Weh. 2-jso. (Iti)-lll Jl PATENTS DO. BAR NELL, patent attorney and ma- vinua uuufini. -axiOU UK. 1 el. Bed 7UI. U7)-U3 All Larson t Co., book frea. Be Bldg 17 M? PERSONAL CITT STEAM LAUNDRlT-ghirU pressed, not Ironed. Ill b. Uth tit TsL foug. ' tl) S63 AMBITIOUS, energetic young man. with man western noine, wauia Curruepond ence wltn good, matured, modest lady; uiaLTiiuony. Auarwt t u, car SKWING machines rented, any make. 7io per week or $3.00 par month. Second- ranj (nacuiiiea lor eaie, s (to aud no b Cycle Co.. lilh axid Harney (13)-83 THE SALVATION ARMT solicits caat cluthiiig; In fact, anything ou do n t need; collect repair and sell, at 114 N. Ltli St., 'or cust cf collecting, to the worthy poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 4l:i3 sad wagoa lil oalL . U 4ul PEN NELL Millinery Co.. 11 N. Iih St. (U) 4.4 Jun V PERSONAL Contlnued.) P L E AT I N O Buttons, Ku-hlng, twnoroioery . Dyeing and cleaning, sponging and shrink ing, only to per yard. Send for price list and samples. OUIJ MAN PLEATING CO., 40 Douglas Block. Tel. Douglas 1H tlK) 5 JOHN CANE 18 IN TOWN! Now Is the time to trim trees, trellises and grape vines; also landscape gardening. Tel. Red 64i6. Res. 1101 8. 2T.th Ave. (lft-M40t AM BTRINQE9. rubber goods, by malli out prices; send for free catalogue. Myers Dillon Drug Co., Omaha. (18) 96 PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOME-Mra. Dr. King. 20U N. Cat BCTeL Doug. ara. (J 958 x r CO rJT"' Swedish movement. 410 N. HUl OOilUU i6lh room second floor. (18)-mii ja PAINFUL, bums, any sore or skin hurt quickly healed by Satin Skin Cream. 26c. (!)- Hf A TWVn"' treatment and bath. Mma AltJI A-M-i AAV Smith, US N. 16th, Sd floor. U iflti ARE you going to New TorkT I can ssv you lu per cant on your no'ei dim at a nrst class downtown hotel. Address N-sta, uee. (ls)-MiM FOR anything In the sewing machine Una go to p. n Fioaman A Co., ibi lp. avs. (! All OMAHA Stammerers' Institute. Ramgs Bldg. OS) a. REAL ESTATE CITT PROPERTY FOR SALE. Buy Acres In Florence Heights We are offering this desirable surburban property, which Is located about 7 blocks N. W. from the end of the street car line In Florence. In tracts ot from $ to 10 acres, at prices , ranging from $240 to $300 per acre, according to location. Florence Heights Is an ideal place for suburban homes, commanding a mijrnlnoent view of the river, lakes, cities and surrounding country, and affords its cltlsens tha advan tage of a 6c street car fare to and from Omaha, electrto light, telephone service to Omaha without extra charge, excellent I school, t grades, and free de livery of goods from Florenca . stores. Call at our office and got plats showing prices and de tailed Information regarding this property and then look at it at once, as several of tha best sites are still unsold. Terms, 4 cash, balance at 6 per cent. GEORGE A CO., 1601 FARNAM 8T Exclusive Aganta, (1)-1DS I TRACKAGE LEASE FOR SALE We have a four-year lease on good trackage property, close In, for sale at a reason able price. PAYNE, BOSTWICK & CO. Sixth Floor N. T. Life Bldg. a)-Ml 10 CITY LOTS, $70 EACH West of Fort Omaha and Jfith St.. whole acre lots, each one equal to 6 city lots. Tou can Duy one for J.W0 on payments. Tel, Douglas IMS. W. T. GRAHAM. 604 BEE- BLDG. (1S)-1M I FOR RENT OR SALE 7-room bouse, large, airy rooms, ireaniy paperea, just cleaned strictly modern, hot water heat. .Call In torenoon and look It over. C. C. How (1 656 C FOR SALE Two modern houses and large oam, one diock ronn or Manscom-park paved street, east front, lot 76x160. East ern owner win sen at a bargain. THOMAS BRENNAN. Room 1 N, I, L Bldtf. an-u FARNAM ST. PROPERTY Futl-slied business lot Mxl33 to twenty foot alley, on north Side Farnam, east of $4th; Improved with three three-story brick Oats, paying a fair return on the invest ment Has a future, we think. Can offer It for a short time at $21,000 Harrison & Morton (ISO 828 c"8- Williamson Co. u- ?.tB0Brd (19) M960 SPECIAL BARGAIN Tract nearly one acre, finely located, near Ames avenue car line. Price only $&v for quick sale. REED BROS , 1710 Farnam St 09) $73 T SOUTH SIDE HOME 1834 8. 15th St, &-ro0m new house, modern except heat very pleasant and quiet place for Hiring, close to car and close to town. Rents for f.V. Well worth the price, $Z.37B. BERKA St CO.. 88$ N. T. Life. Phone Doug. 7497. 09)-217 I THE KERR AB8TRACT CO.'S AB BTRACTS OF TITLES sre the safest f ou are protected by a $10,000 bond against loss by errors. Tou don't buy a law suit ' when you buy a "Ksrr" sbstract. 114 Harney. Tel. Douglas 6437. (18) Two Sold; Two Left We have sold to an Investor two ot the tour 6 -room houses in Bemls park district, advertised last week. The other two are modern, except furnace, east tronta, .on. car line, paved street, permanent walks. Prices, $2,200 and $2,250. They are good values at these prices. Terms cash, but we can secure loans for purchasers. If desired. J. II. DUMONT & SON, 906-6 N. Y. Life Bldg. (19)-23S I $2400.00 Eight-room house, modern except furnace, on Cuming street car line, pavement paid, has barn, now rented for $26, good for a home or an Investment -TURRELL & CO., 17th and Farnam. TEL. DOUG. 1128. (1-M244 I Big Snap for Quick Sal Ixit on th and Blondo. east front T7x 1S. F750. Also lota fronting north ao 1 suuth on Blondo, between ioih aril 27th, $10 per fruut foot 'Phone Ikjtjglaa 6-5. fcEMid. laiton Iilo-k. Lay -lie 1 REAL ESTATE CITT PROPERTV FOR 9 A I.E. (Continued.) GOOD HOMES 149 N. 1st Ave., one of the prettiest streets In the West Farnam district, corner lot. both streets paved and all paid for, practically new -room house, beautifully fin ished, built by owner for a home. $213 Mason St., 8-room house, all modern except heat, easy walking distance, only $3,160. 8-room cottage home, with ' hard oil finish, porcelain bnth, toilet and wash basin, city wa v ter, nearly new; price, $1,160; $300 cash, the balance monthly. This is a bargain. 2T32 8. $th St., 9-room house, all modern except furnace, with a 60-foot lot, well lo cated, one block from Farnam car. 8840 Seward St.. good J-stnry -room house, bard oil finish, ' all modern except furnace, mantel and ' grate, barn, fine shade, screens and storm sash, permanent walks; only $2,(00. PAYNE, BOSTWICK & CO. Bixth Floor N. T. Life Bldg. (18)-319 8 FOR SALE House. 8 rooms, modern ex cept furnace, 2KI7 Cuming Bt. rrice, $2,8ii0. Easv terms. JOHN K. FLACK, City Savings Bank, 16th and Douglas. (19) 218 ANOTHER BARGAIN We have sold th N. E. corner of 20th and Mandetrson Sta. and now offer the S. B. corner, 140 feet on Manderaon, 80 feet on SOth St Boulevard and 80 feet on 19th St., only $1,600. Just the place to build 4 houses J. II. DUMONT & SON, 906-4 N. Y. Life Bldg. (18W13 5 THIS WILL GO QUICK 2438 Franklin, a 7-room house, south front, cement cellar, gas, city water, bath, permanent walks, front and side, paved street, pave ment paid. It will take $1,200 to handle this. If looking for a home let us show this. TURRELL & CO., 17th and Farnam. TEL. DOUG. 1129. 08) M24S 8 HOME CLOSE IN $034 Caldwell, 6-room house, and bath, modern except heat, lot 80x117, south front, lawn, shade and fruit trees, grape arbor, barn, paved street, everything a home needs. TURRELL & CO., 17th and Farnam. TEL. DOUG. 1129. (19)-M244 ON 25TH ST., NEAR DAVEN PORT ST. A neat 4-room cottage, gas, city water, sewer, closet, east front This la a fins property, would be a good location for flats. Price, $2,000 quick sale. " O'Keefe Real Estate Co., 1001 N. T. 1 Bldg. Phone D USX (19) 228 7 $4506.00 Two 11-room houses, entirely mod ern, large lot ast front three blocks from ear, rented for $26 each, always occupied. A splendid investment Bee us about this. TURRELL & CO., 17th and Farnam. TEL. DOUG. U2B. . (1S)-MI47 I 2106 LAKE ST. f rooms, good . barn, fins chicken house and buggy shed, nice shade, lot 64x150. Pries $2,800. O'Keefe Real Estate Co., 1001 N. T. L. Bldg. "Phons D 2152. (19) 238 8 HOUSE FOR SALE. $4x30, $ rooms, modern, oak finish, 1 year old; lot Exltf; $3.2o); one-half oash. S4u3 Webster St D. Olson. (19) 221 7x FOR SALE. Naw,. modern, up-to-date house, near West Farnam car line, choice location, quick possessslon, For particulars see Hicks, 43 Board of Trade Bldg. (1EU-160 8 ACRE PATCHES, $300 Buy something worth while. An acre lot, equal to Ave olty lots. 3Uh St., west of Fort Omaha, only $60 cash down. Only 20 tor sale. Tel. Douglas lb33. W. T. GRAHAM, 6o4 BEE BLDG. (19) 149 I WHEN you writs to advertisers remember it takes but an extra stroke or two of ths pen to mention tha fact that you saw the ad in The Bee. REAL ESTATE FARM AKR RANCH LANDS FOR 8 A LB Caaada. LAST MOUNTAIN VALLET-The garden of Western Canada. We own thousands of aores of choice selected land In this district in the hoart of the great wheat plains of Saskatchewan. Send 18 CENTS tor our beautiful photographic souvenir entitled "The Lake and the Land of ths Last Mountain Valley." With I his sou venir we also send ths 3uth Century Atlas of Canada. Maps, descrtptlvs mat ter, etc., on request. Wm. Pearson Co., Ltd.. 3JI Northern Bank Bldg., Winnipeg. Canada. (lu) Kaasaa. HOMKSEEKERS! Be careful. Locate right. Investigate our famous artesian valley. Sure crops, matchless cllmata. Let us writs you. Miller A Jaints, Meade, Kan. tap tie .i j Wyoaalag. MAKE Inquiry concerning Big Horn Basin; cheap Irrigated lands. The Stewart Leavenworth Co., 819 N. T. LUC Bldg. Telephone Douglas fcJ. Omaha. REAL ESTATE FARM AND HAM H I.AIDS rOH IALX (Continued.) Met lea. MEXICAN HACIENDA 1 JR. 0fO acre; five railroad stations on property; produces snnually 8l3fv,OuO worth of corn, besides tobacro, )en)qiien and sugar cane; 4,i0 feet above sea level; land absolutely frostless; store privilege rents for $1S.I0 per annum; the greatest proposition; rice $4 per acre, gold. Charles B lullaly. Ban Antoulo, Tex. (30 V M763 x Nebraska. WRITE Townsend Realty Co.. Fremont, meo. Farms and lands lor sale or trade for clear town property or merchandise. (30) M&0 A2x IMPROVED farms In eastern Nebraska; Sarpy and Douglas counties. B. J. Over ton, Gretna, Neb. (JO) MS78 FOR SALE 640 acres of Improved farming land In Banner county. Nebraska, Terms; $6 per acre; 1, cash, balance nine an nua) payment; per cent lntere.it. W. It BOUSFIELD AUBURN, N KB. (30) MiU fx a 4 a Dakota. 740-ACRB stock and grain farm, near Fair fax, 8. D. Price. $20,000. Owner will con sider an eastern Nebraska or Iowa farm as part payment If rightly priced. W. S. FRANK, $21 Neville Blk, Omaha, (20) 223 8 Twxaa, TEXAS AND NEW MEXICO LAND. Have some rare bargains In Texas and New Mexico land, $6 to $7.60 an acre. Go and see for yourself; low railroad rttea. For particulars sddress. ROBERT C. DRUE8EDOW, 809 New York Ufa Bldg., Omaha, Neb. (30) M 363 Go to Texas and see wheat and alfalfa equal to the best. Sixty cars of landseekers passed through Kansas City In nne day. As the crops grow larger the prices ad vance. uners are expecting a big Increase In May as reports from all over the country show that such a rush of landseekers ss wns never known will be seen at that time. Join our next big excursion April lfith and buy early and reap the benefit. Call er write for facts about this country becoming noted for Its productiveness snd healthful climate. We are exclusive agents for large tracts In Dallam and Sherman counties, the choicest In the panhandle. Agents wanted In every county In Nebraska and western Iowa. Write for terms. Gtlmore Real Estate Co., 1419 Douglas Bt Phons Douglls 2U44, Omaha, Nb. , HO) M334 REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Farm and Ranch Laad. FOR RENT-o-acra tract of land in Ben son (without house), suitable for garden ing or raising potatoes. Will rent till January 1, lMti, for $2 If taken immedi ately. Address E 338, car Bee. (2U 463 X FARM FOR RENT. Splendid farm, 211 acres, for rent, six miles from Omaha: possession given at once. Apply to H. 8. Sturgeon, 440 Board of Trade mug., umaua, ieo. iei. uougiag itiu. (21) M90S 146 ACRES one mile north of Florence. Three-room house, well, windmill, water in house, large barn. About 60 acres un der cultivation. Also good pasture. Rental, $225 per annum. N. P. DODGE ft CO.. 1714 FARNAM ST. (2U-818 FOR RENT 40 ACRES OF FARM LAND, WITH HOUSE, BARN AND SMALL PA8TURE. ABOUT ONE MILE SOUTH OF BENSON. THE PUTNAM CO.. 604 N. T. LIFE BLDG. (21) -M910 REAL ESTATE LOANS $1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and resi dence property in Omaha; lowest rates; no delay. Thomas Brennan, Room L N. T. Life. (32) 869 LOWEST RATES Bemla, Paxton, Bltck. -V . j; 22) 667 MONET TO LOAN Payne Investment Co, (22)-994 PRIVATE MONET F. D. Wead, 1620 Doug. (221-S73 -si FOR SALEv-GUt-edge farm koans: land un. der ditch and reservoir to net investor 8 to 7 per cent; twenty years' loaning ex perience; reference furnlahed. H. N. Llnebarger, cashier 1st Nat'l Bk., Jules burg, Colo. (22K-MS0 7 3400, $1,000 and $1,609 to loan at $ per cent; also other amounts; no delay. C. O. Carl berg. 911 N. T. Ltf Bldg. (32 M938 8 GARVIN BROS., 1804 Farnam. I and 6Vk per cent loans on real estate; no delay. (22) 8C3 WANTED City loans and warants. W. Farnam Smith 4V Co., 1320 Farnam Bt (23)-S8 LOWEST RATES Bemla, Paxton . Block. (22)-fJ WANTED City loans. R. C. Peters A Co, (23) 871 LOANS on improved city property. W, H. Thomas, 806 First National Bank Bldg. (22)-970 BUILDING) loans on residence property; ( per eeat W. B. Melkle. Ramge Blk. r?2)-MM$ UNION LOAN INVEST. CO. I 310 Be Loans on Real Estate, Bldg. at hi and 6 per cent 'Phone Doug. 294. (22)-84 A30 WANTED TO BUY WANTED To buy, second-hand furniture, cook and heating stoves, carpet, linole ums, office furniture, old clothes and shoes, pianos, feathers, bed pillows, quilts and all kinds of tools; or will buy tne fur niture of your house complete. Will buy antique or mahogany furniture. The high est prices paid. Cat the right man. Tel Doug. 3971. (2fij 0 A17 CASH fo' old books. Stacy, 813 S. 13th. ' (35)-Mb7 AIX Six-room modern cottage on paved street south part preferred. Cash deal. Address K 88, Bee. (2o) M1S6 7x WANTED An aquarium for gold fish: stzrf snout lbxa); state pries. Address r 4, care Bee. (2) 280 I CASH paid for old book a Crare-Foye Co., $1$ & lti K. 'Phone Douglas 1321. (26 443 i , 4 A lUMfLtiti printing piant ror rasn. Address E 83. Bee. (26) M320 8x cm ntuk show CAStTS. wall cases. shelving and wrapping counters. Addrees W 48, care Bee. () M314 l4x WANTED TO RENT WE HAVE an average of a doien calls dally from people wanting to rent houses; If yours is vscant or likely t be list It for rent with our rental department: prompt and courteous attention to all business Intrusted to us. Continental Realty Co., a-38 u. B. Nat 1 Bank Bldg. rnone uougias vmjj. ta)) Mutt 10 SUITE of three rooms, with board for two business men and wives. Must bs first class location and good meals. Nona othsr peed apply. Address K 41. Bee. (2ti)-Mlf 10 8-ROOM modern cottage, by. man and wife, Address P 80, Bee. . (2b) M9t x WANTED 8 or 8-room house; not parttcu lar about distance. Address j S4, uee. (28) M133 9x WANTED Furnished house for the sum mer; at leasg eight rooms; Weat Farnam or Hanscom Place preferred;' with yard and barn; will pay good rent; family of two. Also a house of I or 10 rooms, with grod rard and barn; unfurnished; on one to hree years' leaae. N. P. Dodge At Co., 1714 Farnam Bt Tel. Duug. fc- (26-MJ13 WANTED SITUATIONS WANTED Employment evenings. E L Bee. (.-7) an lix SITUATION WANTED By salesmen of ability, acquainted with the grooer or general merchandise; young married man with Al references. Address P. O Bog Mo. L ClenviUe. Neb. u:-iW7 7x GOVERNMENT NOTICES PROPOSALS FOR INDIAN SITPLIFS- Department of the Interior, Office of In dian Affairs, v asblngton, IK t.. MMry IV H7. Sealed proposal, plainly marked on the outside of the envelope, "Proposals for Rubber Goods, Boots and Shoes, etc., ss the esse may be, and addressed to the "Commlsetoner of Indian Affairs, Washing ton, D C." will be received at the Indian office until 3 o clock D. ra cf Thiirdsy. April 11. 17, and then opened, for furnish ing the Indian service with rubber goods, boots and shoes, hardwei and medical supplies. Sealed proposals, plainly marked on the outside of the envelope. "Proposals for Enameled Ware, Furniture." etc., as the case may be, and adlrsed to the "Commissioner of Indian Arralrs. Washing ton, D. C., will be received at tl.e Indian ofTlce until 3 o'clock p. m. of Tussdsy, April 18. 1907, and then opened, for furnish ing the Indlnn service with enameled ware, lamps, furniture, bedding, stoves, sgrlctil turnl Implements, palms, oils, glass, tin ware, wsrons, harness, leather, shoe find ings, snddlery, etc., school supplies, and n long list of miscellaneous articles. Bids mut be made out on government blanks. Schedule giving all necessary Information for bidders will be furnished on application to tne Indian omce, wasntngton. t. t; the U. S. Indian warehouses st New York Cltv. Chicago. III.: St. Louis. Mo., and Omaha. Neb. The department reserves the right to reject any and all bids, or any rart of any bid. F. K. LEU rr, commisioner. M13-dl7t PROPOSALS FOR REEF, CORN, GRO cerlea, etc. Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs. Washington. D. C, March 6, 1907. Sealed proposals, plainly marked on tha outside of the envelope. Proposals far Beef. Corn." etc.. as the case may be. and address to the "Commis sioner of In.lln AfTnira. YVasmnlton. U. C," will be received at the Indian office until 3 o'clock p. m. of Tuesday. April 23, 1907, and then opened, for furnishing the Indian service with rolled barley, oeet, mutton, mm lt gnfrm stiaar. tea. soap, baking powder arid other srocerles. Bids must be msrfe nut nn vnvernment blanks. Schedules giving all necessary information for bidders will ha furnished on application to the Indian office. Washington. D. C; the U. 8. Indian warehouses at New York Cltv. Chlcsao. Ill Kt. Trills. Mo.: Omaha, Neb., and San Francisco, Cal.J the Commis- esry oi nur-slster.ee, u. 8. A., at in'y'""". Wyo.; the Quartermaater, U. 8. A., Seattle, Wash., and the nnatmnster at Tucson, i Portland. SDOkane and Taooma. The Ve- pariment reserves the right to reieci any and all bids or any part of any bid. F.' E. Lieupp, commissioner. Ai-aist PROPOSALS FOR LIVE STOCK De partment of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, Washington, l. C. March 27. 190i. outside of the sealed envelope. "Proposals for Live stock,' ana addressed to the I Commissioner of Indians Affairs. Washing- I Tt 1 1 will h. Holv.l a, tha T .4 1 -.. I Office until I o'clock p. m. of April 25, 1907. I for furnishing and delivering about 2B.3M 1 neirer., w dum., v,, - " mucn of different reservations, as per schedules. detailed specifications, conditions to be ob- VIIa i1rc7MC;nW.h,.ChT!L1 i,"1 rlshed on application to the Indian Office, Washington, D. C: the V. 8. Indian ware- houses at New Tork City. Chios go. in.; ii- . 5..1 . .1. if a .J2.Z ' Bn1 .Ba1 r I aiiit ibvui v.i, inn tu n. iiiuiin Rirnii rlt I Standing Rock agency, Fort Yates, N. D. ; I Fine Kidge agency, iwer Brule, agency, Iower uruie. h. l. : crow creek aaencv. I Crow Creek, 8. D, ; Ro.ehud agency. Rose- bud. 8. D. : Chevenne River aaencv. rheS. enne agency, 8. D., and the superintendents I of the Bsntee agency. Hsntee. Neb., and Fort Peck agency. Poplar, Mont. Rids upon the blanks furnished are not abso lutely essential: they may be made In any otner rerm. provided tne conditions sre ob served. For further Information apply to r. . Lbtrr, uommissionsr. A 8-4-8-9-11-1S-18-18-JO DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, United States Reclamation Service. Wash ington. D. C.. March 22. 1907-Sealed pro-1 UnlTeS. site. R.cVam.rinUerv 'c: Fourche, South Dakota, until 8 o'clock p. m. April 30, 1907. for the construction of ruTe". TnolvlnS anox mite 7'"; yards of excavation, l.fciO cublo yards of concrete and 110,000 feet b. m. of lumber. in connection with the Belle-Fourche prot ect. South Dakota. Plans, specifications and proposal blanks may be obtained from the United States Reclamation Service. Washington, D. C. ; Crawford, Nebraska, or Belle Fourche, South Dakota. James Ru dolph Garfield, Secretary. M30A8-13-20 DEPARTMENT OFv THE INTERIOR. United States Reclamation Service. Washington D. C, March 27, J907.-ealed he United States Reclamation Service, w,1( wu transferred to the Wyoming Mitchell, Nebraska, until 3 o'clock p. m. division. Mr. Troucey was formerly private rtarythZ1'pl.7t. fPro)5ct 7n "tv.ciny ' of ? !n?raJ Mnaer Mitchell of about 114 miles of lateral transferred last summer to be train ditches, Involving the excavation of about master for the eastern Colorado division. "a:,?; rin S" .rr,,: cf proposal and plans may be obtained at tne omces or tne neciamnuon service, Washington, D. C; Crawford. Nebraska, and Mitchell, Nebraska. James Rudolph Oarfleld, Secretary. A8-13-30-27 DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. United States Reclamation Bervlce. Wash ington. D. C. March 14. 1907. Sealed pro- P Minis wilt be received at the office of ths nlted Etates Reclamation Service, Craw ford. Nebraska, until 2 o'clock p. m., June 1907. for building the Patnnnder Dike, situatod about forty-five miles southwest of Casper. Wyo.. and involving about 170.000 cubic yards of earth excavation and about ld.oiio cubic yaras ot riprap, particulars I mav be obtained at the offices of the U. 8. Reclamation Service, at Washington, D. C. , Crawford, Neb,, and Caaper, Wyo. Jamesl Rudolph Garfield, Secretary. LEGAL NOTICES TO CONTRACTORS PLANS AND BPECI- Snti,ins can be seen at tne omce or arcm- tect, 8. P. Hart, Carroll, la., for the remod- sling and enlarging a one diock at same place. Bids wanted at once. A. L. WRIQHT, Carroll, Ia. A 4-6-6 RAILWAY TIME CARD I'KION STATION-TENTH AND MARCY Union Paelflo. Tave. Arrive. Overland Limited a 9:68 am a 8:13 pm Tha China and Janan Fast Mall a 415 pm a 8:10 pm rviln A i '.llf Ei a 418 um a 9:30 pm California 4k Ore. Ex. ..a 4:26 pm a 5:10 pm I ,n Anrelea Limited U:I Dm aiu:9 pin Fast Mail 11.4am a $ 00 pm Colorado Special a 7: am a 7:44 am North Platts Local a 8 10 am a 4:60 pm Beatrice Local b 3:00 pm bl$:4& pm Chicago, Rock Island 4 Paelne. EAST. Chlcaan Limited a 8:18 am a 7.10 am Iowa Local a 7:00 am a 4:o pm Chicago Mall n 3:ft pm Iowa Local diz:iw pm o w oo im Chicago (Eastern Ex). ..a & pm a 134 pm Chicago (Iowa Lmtd . .a 8US6 pm alt; pm WE8T. Rocky Mountain Lmtd.. a 7:20 am a 8:05 am r-oln A Cal. Exnress. . .a 1 60 pm a 4:60 pro Okl. 4V Texas Express, .a 4:40 pm al2:0S pro T.inMtln Oslrblirv snd Bellevus a 8 60 pm alO',10 am Wabash. St Louis Express a 6 30 pm a 3:30 am Bt. Louis Ixical (from Council Bluffs) a $:lsam alO:30 pm tanberry Ixosl (from . . Council Bluffs) b 8:00 pm bll:80 am Cblcaao Great Western, St. Paul A Minneapolis., S W pm 7:10 am Bt. Paul A Minneapolis.. 7 45 am 11:60 pm i'hiur t imited 8 40 Din 9:'iO am Chicago Express 7:46 am 11:60 pm Chicago Express $:3p pm $.30 pm Chicago 4k Neribwestera Cedar Rapids Pass a 7:06 am a 8: pm Twin City Express., Chicago Daylight.... Chicago Local , Sioux City Local .. Carroll Local Sioux Clt Local .... Chicago Express .. Fast Malt Fast Mail Twin City Limited. Overland limited... a 7:60 am a 10:00 pm ....a 8:00 am all 18 pm ....all 5" am a 3:46 pm ....a 3 6 pm a 9 36 am ....a 4:32 pm a 9:60 am . a 8:46 pin ...a 6:50 pm a 7:A0 am a 80 pm a 8:23 om a 8:80 am ....a 8 ui pm a 7 u6 an ....a 8 38 pm a 9 31 am ....a 7:40 am alO 35 am ,...b 7:40 am al0'35 am ....a 3 00 pm a 6 u6 pm ....a 8 :oO pm a 6 0S pm ....bl uOpm b 6 06 pm ,...b 4.U2 pin bl2.60 pm Nortolk-Bonesteel . Lincoln-Ohadron ... Deudwood-Llncoln . Casper-Shonslionl .. Ilaniings-Muperior . Ftemoiit-Albioa ... Mlasarl Paelne. K. C. A St. L. Express. a 8:00 am a $ 30 am K. C. A St. L. Express. all 16 pm a $ 26 pm Nebraska Local .a 2 oo pm all:) am Des Molnas Local. a 4.14 pm Illlaol Central. Chicago Express a 8 00 am a 3:46 pm ailnii. A St. Paul Ex b 8 am a 8 16 pm Chicago Limited ..a 6 0n pm a T 80 am Minn. A St. Paul Ltd. ..a 8 So pm a 7:h tin Chicago, Mllwaake A St. Paal Cbl. and Oulo . Special.. a 7 66 am a 7 $0 am I eilisa ere MXiy lrs SuMHU iuwi l OM til Ira aiwLm ' l U-r.uce hi.., b, s.jrli,C Jl.,a '. , " , u"Jno4 uiwrl. soi.4 sabin 440 Wl su4 isarlU. use California and Moines Cedar iVU Lvuai b $.46 am bU.OO Wq RETURNS WITH SEW LAW rrnintr$ f Filroda Uidr Two-Con. Faro (how Good Incrf aieg. DO NOT SUSTAIN ARGUMENT OF LOSSES lorn omplala Cite Local Condltleas Being Responsible for These larger Reeelpts Smaller Baals. If the final reports of the railroads on passenger earnings are In line . with tha preliminary reports which have been re ceived the railroads. It appears, will have their hands full If they undertake to try to show that the 8-cent passenger rate In Nebraska Is "confiscatory" or "noncom pensatory" as they claimed In their argu ments before ths legislative committees. Some of the roads have reports on paa . senger earnings for the month of March, three weeks of which month the roads wera operated under the 3-cent passenger law, the law having taken effect March 7. Tha Union Factflc is tha only, road running In Nebraska which has complete figures on the earnings for March and these show a normal increase In local earnings, but tha officials, who are quit reticent In speaking of ths matter, say this may bs brought about by ths exceptionally heavy colonist travel which ths roads have had STTrlng. "For the last five years the passenger earnings of the road have shown an in crease week by week and there has been no abnormal increase or no falling oft earn lngs for the weeks In March in which tha law was in effect" said on ot ths offi cials. The Burlington reports that It has had to put on no extra trains or cars to handle the increased business becsuse of the 3- ecnt rate. Ths figures showing tha earn ings for March are not complete for this road, consequently the officials say they have nothing to go by. An extra sleeper m tn ena. nun, lr OhMoVrn H P"UM of ncreaed business, but they say this was not aue to an increase oi Dusincsg n Nebraska nor to a decrease In the rates. Northwestern officials say they havs no auditing department In Nebraska and hava n0 t0 show an increase or decrease. "Many stations show a decided Increnss In the number of tickets which nave been ol'." ' th Northwestern pas- , , w... .... ., k Wr officials, "but that may be ao- counted for by tha difference In the way of selling tickets. I mean that the travel. . . . . . m men r now buying tickets instead ot using their mileage, and many sre Duying ..i.-. .w. ... .v... . r. int.r.iai. " iZ '7 " V" Journey. X don't know what our figure will show when they are published, Anti-Pass Law Leake. "That pass law Is as full of holes a a sieve, said a prominent railroad man. 'It will depend upon whether the railroads want the antl-paes law to stand, for it has so many weak spots it csn easily be set aside if ths railroads desire it I don't know but a cigar Is all tha compensation that Is nbw needed tor railroad pa... At any rate a 10-cent pleca I will be' sufficient if ths railroads wish to I evade the law, for it does not specify that "ckcts shall not be sold at reduced rates. I It only prohibits the railroads from grant. lng any kind ot tree transportation. , Tha Interstate law specifically says that no tickets shall be sold at less than tariff rates." Toncey Ooea Up Again. Samuel R, Toucey has been appointed ssistant superintendent of ths Colorado division of the Union Pacific with head- quarters At Denver, vies W. C. McKsown, He was transferred from that position tgaln to be private secretary to Mr. Mohler and has been with him during the winter in tha conferences, which havs been In progress with the trainmen at Chicago. Ths appointment is effective April 10. Crofters' Sentences Commuted, JF.FFKRBON CITY. Mo.. April 8. Gov ernor Folk today commuted the sentences of Emll Hartmann and Julius Lehmann, former members of the Bt. Louis house of delegates, convicted of boodllng, to explra on June IS. They were sentenced in 1904. Hartmann for six and Lehmann for seven Low Faro la Pennsylvania. HARRISBURO. Pa.. April . Governor Stuart today signed the bill making tha maximum rat ot fares on railroads in this stats 3 cents a mils. I BURLINGTON STATIOJI-IOTH MASOS I Bnrllagton. Leave. Arrive. Denver & California..., a 4.10 pm a 3:30 pm Black Hills a 4:10 pm a 8:30 pm Northwest Special ,....a 4:10 pm a 3:30 pm Northwest Express ,,...all:10 pm a 7:10 am Nebraska Express a 9:10 am a 7:46 pin Nebraska Local a 8:00 am a 7.46 pin Lincoln Local a 8:06 am Lincoln Fast MaU n a:W pm ai:ui pm Lincoln Local ' a 7:80 pm Ft. Crook A Plattam'th.b $,'60 pm b!0:25 am Plattsmouth a 7:60 pm a 8:10 am Denver Limited a 1 11) am Bellevu A Pac. June. . 8:30 am a 1:60 pm Chicago Special a 7:25 am a 7:28 am Chicago Express a $ 45 pm a $:66 pm Chicago Flyer a 8:06 pm a 7:26 pm Iowa lxcal a :io am ait:M pm St Louis Express a 4:46 pm all:30 am Kansas Clty-St. Joe al0:46 pm a 6:46 ara Kansas Clty-Pt, Joe a 8:18 am a 8:10 prg Kansas Clty-ot. joe a 4 4e pm WEBSTER TATIOH-teth 4 WEBSTER Chicago, t. Paal, Mlanaacolls 4ft Omaha. Twin City Passenger. Sioux City Psssenger. b 6-80 am b 9:10 ptn .a 3:00 pm all: 20 am .b 6:46 pm b 9:10 am ,.c 8:46 am e 1:60 pm Emerson Local Emerson Local ........ Mlssonrl Pad Be. Local via Weeping Water a s:m am a 1:50 nm Falls City Local. ...... ..a 8:60 pm all .20 pm a Dally, h Dally except Sunday, d Dally exoept Saturday, c Sunday only, e Daily ewcepr Monnay. OCEAX STEAMSHIPS. EUROPE $150 ,x,Toru. 51,185 All aspen. lnolnAea ALL ROUT ES WRITE FOR BOOKLET TM08. COOK V SON $4$A BROADWAT. NEW TORK 116 Offices Abrpad 0oks irravslef's CThseha FayabV asverywliers. SCADINAVIANASlERICAr UM ltAOS Tea Twia-acrew Paseenger 8tuwi Direct to Norway, Sweden and Deonirk bailiof from .sv tork st aooa. C. r. TUtgsa Msr tll'sttsd tsts......Jaae oscsr II Mr H'' r. TiMgss Jsim IS twins oist Mr rfOtcar II jas tsleoa, to an 4 upwr4; cen4 esbta, H4. aaer kk It, Salosa V su4 up. M ubia M. A. tc. Johasoa m Co., 3 Broadway, K. T. 114 East Klstls St. Ckte. ALUM LINE OCEAN STEAMSHIPS LIVERPOOL, OLASOOW, LONDON, RAVRI. Ntw slsssMrs VICTORIAN n4 VlkOlMAM. trlH-crw lurbiss miIdh, a4 TUNISIAN, CbrV- SP AN soS lOMAp. llo.acrw. Haxaibr. smS I tum rt.i Sm.r 440 x ud asr4s. in .m 4 toMtaHI. 174 Jssmm aw