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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY JANUARY 20, 1010.
i.l 1 Kir r OFFERED FOR RENT . NO FQUAL Pteam neat, ell mudi-rn, 7 forms, hall, batlr and basement 280 N. a-ROOM,- modfm hotife, new plumbing, rtre lawn. 718 So. 87th. Key at 721 Ho. $7th. Harney HM. 12.14 PARK WIL.DK Ate.. 8-r.. all mod . $10 H2 N. ltnh St , lo-r.. all mod. flat, $80. 173 S. nth St., -r., all mod., tin. 1WW liOthrop Ht, 6-r.. all mod. (lat, $17. Id, S. ltth St.. 4-r., city water, $8. 2601 8. 12th St., 7-r., rltv water, gas, $1$. BIIIKETT A TKBBKN8, 421 Be Hid. Phones iMug. 47M, A 1754. 8-r, modern, 21123 Dcuglss, $10. -r.. city water. 208 8. 20th St, $20. 8-r., modern. 2X18 N. l!Uh At., $20. e-r.. modern, 2401 1o'k St., $. 8-r.. modrn. 1M7 8. Jiith tft. $26. 10-r., modern, 2J06 N. 20th St., $25. . -g-r., 2710 Bristol Ht, alHO barn, $28 60. J-r.. modern, 11 . 42d St.. . new, $35. 8-r., modern, M7 8. 24th Ave., $86. 10-r., mod.. atam heat, 821 Park Ave. $.'. " $26 for nw t-rvom apartment, 24th and Lake. $n.M) for new -roora apartment, modern and well located. ' $46 for new 7-room. modern brick house on Chicago St.. clone In. GEORGE; CO., ISO! Farnam 6a, D. 756. NEW BUNOALOW. 81a rooms, all modern, hot water heat, one block west of Country club (No. 331) parage, etc.; rent, $26; referencoa required; key flrat door east Bolldlaara. TRACKAGE WAREHOUSE FOR RENT. - One-story brick warehouse, about 6,000 square feet, with trackage, and on street car- line, $M per month. Possession Feb ruary 1, lttlO. J.II.DUMONT&SON, ''Prion Douglas 190. 1806 Farnam St. - I WANT an ofter for the two story brick Building at 1213 and 1215 Howard street. Will rent for $300 a month. Eastern owner Will sell cheep. THOMAS B RINNAN, Room 1 New Tork Life Building. L , STORB ROOM. 315 8. 16th Bt., new, modern store rooms, 1,176 sq. ft. floor space; heat furnished; : lease t to 10 years, $250 per. mo, 624 8. 18th fit., modern store room, "600 Block," 12x00 ft l beat furnished; good light basement &A 8 16th St., RxOO ft;, new up-to-date front; good basement: $76 per mo. . 16U Howard St., 12x60 ft; new front to be Installed, sua per mo. GEORGE CO.. 131 Farnam St D. 766. Offloe. ' DESIRABLR offloe rooms In Webster Sunderland Bldg., lth and Howard Sts. at very reasonable prions. OFFERED FOR SALE Vraltar. A NTCKLT furnished steam heated 14 room flat, oloae In, full of roomers. A bar gain for cash. Address K 786. Bee. Jlousehold Furniture Ktiy8 Wet prices to move stock quickly. .American .Furniture Co.. taO N. 16th. HOUSEHOLD OOOD8 SACRIFICED. Furnishings for 6-rooms, consisting of rugs, furniture, dishes, kitchen utensils, dining room set, bedroom set, and to In clude good upright piano, all for $260 or $100 for everything 'except piano! must be sold this week; a snap for someone. Call at 1C26 No. lath 6L , " Trswrlr. k . 8BCONDtiand typewriters gold, repaired. Central Typewriter Exehang-e, 107 Farnam . Typewriters For Rent oy., Son Co.. 416 South 15th St.. Omaha.' BMITH Premier Typewriter. No. L In quire res California St. .v-eTT ,' Pla6a.' ' tTPiRIOHT jKlmbaU piano; bargain; owner leaving clty. m N. JSd. ... MlBoeUaee)a 'fA AT AT 0X171 PRICES j.jf P We save you from 6ta to Ubu on every ion inn eive better ooaL We guar as tee eorreat welghta Rosenblatt's Cut Price Coal Co. - ABOUT' l,60t feet H-lnoh wire cable, eeo ond hand; will sell at bargain. Apply K. W, Baker. Supt Bee Bldg Omaha, Neb. Kindling $1 a load delivered. D. 4469. .SODA FOUNTAINS, new and secondhand;- monthly - payments. - Derlght IMS Farnam. 8t. 1 - ,h,ftT Furnace lump a ton i? 7K wU-ALj MarmoB 4 weath. W. 848. APPT.Va Barreled; Winter Varloty iU. 1 R c Brown Florence. ' ' Tel. Florence $67$. .' FARRAND Organ $40; candy ease, porch jwlng. table and hall glass, til 8. 26th "Ave. Tel A-2104. XfHTmjQ New and secondhand Dy 1UU1U1VO names and Motors; also gll kinds of electrical repairing. LeBion tlactrltal Works. 813 8. 12th Bt. 'HEATER, also cook stove. Harney 8888. HALL'S safes, new. Xd-hand. 1818 Farnam. SCHOLARSHIP on leading business col lege tor sal at discount Address P-604, Bee. . , . . FOR SALE New and M-hand billiard meap bar fixtures, eusy payments. Bruns-Xjiok-Balke,-CoMnder, 407 & 10th St ( DRUQS at eut prices; freight paid on alt 110 orders; catalogue tree. Sherman A U WE HAVE oh hand a number of ink car tel which . will sell at 60c each. Thy are line (or rain water or ashes. Call at pressroom Bee Publishing Co. FOR SALE 4 per cent pfd. guaranteed Itock, exempt from, taxation; secured by building loan. 8. Burns, Jr. 014 N. Y. Life HUlg. The Bee's gains so far this year in paid want ads over 1908 makes a full five page paper. No other Omaha publication approaches this record. Although the nearest com petitor lugs in a raft of indecent ads and run over Monday stuff to make a show. Oil I The Reo if you can't come down town. ) Want Ad Phone 233. 0FERED FOR SALE MlM-rlUiiFdii ttlaaetf. IP-HAND osk counter, band-carved mr bl Vnehier plate; v Ire wicket about 40 ft, odd shape; will fit a room SO feet wide. On be seen at storage houee. For further fiartlculars 'phone IJougl&a $38, Bee Build ng Co. STORM SASTI Complete stock fur. 1L,1VJ1 CLVOU ,,. on hort notice. C. SUN DELL. A CO., Contractor end builders. ItoonyO, Nw Tork Lift Bids. FOR SALE National cash register, with tape almost new; cheap If taken at once. Address K M Bee. &-FOOT oak roller Up desk for snle at a Bargain. Apply Superintendent Bee Hide OSTEOPATHY JOHNSON IN8T., 418 N. Y. U TeL D. 1864. Dr. Kathryn Nicholas. CK N. T. U Bid PATENTS D. O. BAR.NELL, Paxton Blk. TeL Red Till, HUFFMAN. 11$ Neville bide Book free PERSONAL "MKCHANO THERAPY" Is a druglesa cure for grip. Consult Dr Marguerite Halloran, 226 Neville Blk. Doug. 77tol. lender supervision of M. V. STRICTLY private home for eonflne- Cnil in n,Q OUrK DSIItM fn, ailnnMnn, .1 Davenport. flwarta A McKelvv Nwi rtnt va bks. Uer. A Eng. periodicals. 108 8. 16th Arlens de Voy. Manicuring and massage 520 S. lath St. Flat 8. 'Phone D. 7688. OMAHA Stammerers' Ins., Ramg Bldg. PRIVATE HOME during eonflnement: babies for adoption. Oood Samaritan Sani- lorium. il 1st Ave.. Council Bluffs, Is, WIG C and tannM tn mn nmiririTu -12 ana 14 r KtNZtH BLK. MAGNETIC treatments. Emmcrlln Brott o, min, upstairs. Doug. WE rent and repair all kinds of sewing machines. Ind. A ltrtii, Doug. 1663. NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.. lth and Harney tits. THE SALVATION ARMY Solicits cast-ofl ciotning, in laot anything you do not need We collect, repair and sell at 134 N, 11th Bt.. for oost of collection, to the worthy poor. Call 'phone Douglas 4136 and wagua will call A HOME for women during eonflnement. We find homes for babies where mothers cannot care for thm nahla "r-d For terms address Mrs. Martha A." Lee. 401 Bancroft St. Omaha, Neb. 'Phone Douglas 192L JOSIB WASHBURN'S new book. "The ui uwwur a eewer." bom at all book stores; prloe, $1.6$. MAONETIO TsfSltf .rBRi.EaPERS' Prvte confinement home 161$ Martha 8L Phone Douglas 6230. BIRDIE Petera. teacher of piano. W. 1064 TiLIB9LAaRANB- tath. massage. UK podge 8t basement flat. Hours, 1 a. m to p. m. MASSAGE AND BATHS. R. 0 Old Boston Store Bldg., 4th floor. 120 16tb St Stairway on Douglas at. MUSIC furnished. Independent orchestra. Dancing specialty. TeL Web. 126. MAONETIO and massage treatment. 214 NtV IKtn Mi MASQUE suits to rent Theo. Llebea. SWEDISH massage. Over 106 N. 17th 8t EXPir.RTir.Mrirn - , J( LKiCOn.lSemnt Polalty; prices reason able. 8109 8. 13th St $1,000 FOR INFANTS' HOME. ovules no jour 'Lld tu Saturday Evening Post is worth 6o to the Chllds' Saving Institute. J, already earned. Urgent must have 100 more subsorlptlong in January. Rush them iw Tht. i. . ii... " . . an invalid's "b7d 'for a lud luhope of --...ruD. vii umcr puoncations. tsubscrlp to Kverybody' nd McClure s mean $100 to me. I duplicate any offer. Write .w...tysw uinaiiut caiiTusue ana story ' A Rmkan UaoL " li d . . don, the MajEMine Man, Omalr.a Phon CUILBLA1NS No' 17002' "ar-t cure. wyuaxO RQo. Halhes Drug Co. MMm ATT TPir - - .. . . 1 Z? 1 , 1 v.nicago, sail glow, mae- N 17th St m,,l"l ireatmenta. Over 20J POULTRY Screenings. $1.60 ISO lbs. Wagner. $01 N. Uth .OURJ?P-N e turkeys. Erobdcu Qeese ' unner uuckb. Mrs. A. C Roblnett a 1. Charlestown. IndT aWU-I?K.Wy5nd,it cockerels, fine birds, at $1 each; order direct from ad. Mrs. B. Johneon, Crofton. Neb. BARRED Plymouth Rock Cockerels for 5?i'B,Jr8;9 bone- tin a'18 and plumage. -'rd5 WKer? w""" at the leading l?f xr1ebr8k- a W- Feuersteln" Fremont, Neb. Route & PRINTING 'PHONE IND. A-$b20 for good printing Lyngstad Printing Co.. 16th A Capitol Ava WATERS PRINTING CO.. 62J-624 8. 13th. REAL ESTATE REAL, fcSTATB DEALERS. REED ABSTRACT CO.". Est. 1868; prompt Xfv'ca; get our prices. 1710 Farnam 8t PAYNE INV. CO.. first floor N. Y. Lite' 5ALl ESTATE TITLE-TRUST CO. CHAaE. WILLIAMSON. President BENJAMIN R. E. CO.. 477 Brandcis Bldg. CITY PROPERTY FOR gAlIET 7-ROOM MODERN,' CLIFTON HILL line."' u' "X,. r.i"s . W. ' two car to look .ru:'prloer$30. W" Want y0U fi-.j CUW1A LANL AND LOT CO.. m New York Life Bldg. Red-UOS. REAL ESTATE CITY TROrEntY ron IALI). . Conlnaed.f ANNOUNCEMENT OMAHA, Jan. 17. 1910. i To Our Patrons and Friends: As the entire main floor of the New Tork Llf. Building la being remodeled for the Omaha National Pank, which re cently purchased the building, w. were obliged to give up our main floor location, and have moved, temporarily, to gulte 601 In the seme building. We also announce that w. have changed our corporate nam. from "PAYNE, BOST WICK at COMPANY" to "PAYNE. BOST WICK A SLATER," the personnel of the company remaining the same aa hereto fore. With hearty thanks for all favors past and to come and wishing you abundant prosperity throughout this New Tear. w. remain. Very truly yours, Payne, Bostwick & Slater, Suite 601 New York Life Bldg.. Omaha. $300 cash, balance monthly payments buys a good -room cottage. New bath, toilet. Price $1 750e nW r"nU for 118 per mo- ; $500 balance monthly payments, buys ft7-room 2-story, all modern house, paved street On Jackson street, near 35th. E. W. Stoltenberg, 436 B. of T. Bldg. Doug. 1510. INVESTMENT Walking dltrtance, 3 cott.iges, one 6-room and one 6-room, both modfrn, except heat, lot 90x100, east front, paved street, all taxes paid, always rented for $42.50 per month. Owner needs money and' will sell for $4,600. half cash. P. O. NIELSEN & CO.. 70S N. Y. L. Bldg. Both 'Phones. NEAR BROWNALL HALL $ rooms strictly modern, large lot, laun dry In basement fruit and shade trees, cistern. A choice home. Cheap at $4,600. NQW ATA LAND AND LOT CO.. 624 New York Life Bldg. Red-im 50x185 Feet On Farnam Street Close to 35th St. This lot Is one of the f rettlest lots In Omaha's best residence dls rict. Price, $4,700. 62ix247 On 38th Street at the head of Davenport, east front, paved street; ground very close to this is selling for $100 a foot Price, $4,000. HASTINGS & HEYDEN, 1G14 Harney St 44x66, $7,500 NEAR W. O. W. SITE. Harrison & Morton 49.5 Feet, $27,000 Three-story brick, Farnam St, between 20th and 24th; short option; act quickly. ; Harrison & Morton. HANSCOM PARK HOME 'Eight rooms, strictly modern, t years old; extraordinary finish and build and must be seen to be appreciated. Size of house, 28x33; lot 60x133; barn, 1Sx24; shade, terraced lawn; a swell home fof swell people. KOUNTZE PLACE HOME. Eight rooms, strictly modern; south front; on Emmet, near 2fith. Cheap at $4,000. Barn, shade, lawn. We are pleased to show It to anyone who wants a GOOD HOME. 24th NEAR LAIRD. Six rooms, two stories. Frame, strictly modern; paving paid; good lot Coxy home. See it. Cheap at $3,2U. HARWOOD A HARWOOD, Red 4201. 418 Bee Bldg. A -4203. $2,300 Oood 6-room cottage, nearly new; modern, except furnace; desirable neighborhood of new homes. Full 50-foot lot. Block and half to car. Reasonable terms; located at 3109 Corby. $2,400 Brand new, modern 6-room cottage; attractive both Inside and out; well built; good lot. Block to car. store, etc. Easy terms; would consider good building lot or smaller property to apply as part payment. Clifton Hill district. $3,250 Six-room house, entirely modern and brund new; full basement; eaat front lot In choice location. Suitable terms can be arranged. SHIMEB & CHASE CO., City, Suburban, Farm Property, Fir., ' Tornado, Plate Glass Insurance, Surety Bonds. Factory Site, and Business Opportunities at Ralston. S0 So:uth 17th St. Both 'Phones. BROOM MODERN HOUSE, $1,800 On Ohio street near 19th. Look at -It. It's cheap. Then we have others. NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.. 024 New York Life Bldg. . Red-1999. W. O. Jensen builds homes right; plans rurnisnea. ttes. z.ii spauiding. web. 3So9. MUST BE SOLD Double brick flat, renting for $1,080 per annum; ,vw casn, uai. in live years, frice, $1MU0; on S. E. cor. ?lst and California. Two -room mod. houses, close In. Prloe. $3,M0 each. . Klve-ioom, mod. except heaV near 22d and Urand Ave. Price, $2,200. Six vacant lots In Military add. Price. t. M0. will exchange for cottage and pay caiih difference. s-room, mod.. In Crelghton 1st addition; naif finish thrnnffhniit' full h.u. m ...... n of the beet built homes In city. Prices $8,000. 411 Karbach Blk. EASY PAYMENTS tSOO cash will linv a narlv naw room, all modern house, near Central Douievara; price, $2,700. $500 cash will buy. a brand new 5 room modern cottage near. Ames ave nue; .price, $2,600. $300 cash will buy a good. 5-room modern cottage mear 14th and rnrh streets, price, $1,600. J. W. RASP CO., 689 Brandelg E'.dg., Doug. 1663. A-2663. $6,000 for a strictly modern l-room dwelling in the West Farnam district. frnnt nr.e ner lot. If you want something worth the money, here it is. Payne, Bostwick & Slater, Sole Agents. Ml N. Y. Ufa Bldg. $1,000 CASH will net vou is .... on the investment: new hrl,-w n.t.- .n located; GUARANTEED. For particulars see GLOVER REALTY BYNDICatk Ground Floor. N. Y. L. Bldg. PLENTY of cash buyers and trades for Omaha property and farms, DerVrd ln vrsttnvnt Co., Coronado Bldg., Denver, REAL ESTATE - CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE (Contlnnad.) FOR SALE ON PAYMENTS 832 8. 19th St, 5 room.. Lot 25x144. 1,600 1416 N. 29th St., 6 rooms. Lot 30x150 fl.200 1620 Ohio St., E rooms. Lot 80x120 ."$2,000 2922 Dupont Bt., room. Lot 26x125 $1,700 826 8. 4 1st St., 5 rooms. Lot 47x130 $1,000 4719 N. 40th Are., 6 rooms. Lot 50x127 ;.. .$1,100 1526 N. 3 6th St., 6 rooms. Lot 50x130 $1,250 $728 Lake St Lot 60x120 $850 1321 S. 26th St., $ rooms. Lot 60x127. . . $3,100 - 3430 Plnkney St., 7 rooms. Lot 60x128. . .v $800 2609 N. 17th Are., 5 rooms, Lot 26x50 $1,600 4302 N. 24th St., 8 rooms. Lot 62x90. .'.$1,800 CREIGH, SONS & CO., Tel. Doug. 200. 608 Bee Bldg. 40x66, $2,200 NEAR NEW U. P. HEADQUARTERS. Harrison & Morton DO YOU WANT A OOOD HOUSE T $1,500 cash will get you new bungalow style house Just a block of Hanscom Park, full two stories and attic finished, 7 good rooms, large living room; oak finish; bookcase built In; pressed brick foundation; east front lot 60x160; paving paid; immediate pos session. Price $S,o00. W. Invite closest investigai ion. GLOVER REALTY SYNDICATE. Ground Floor N. Y. L. Both Phones. Cheap Acreage Twenty-one acres west of South Omaha. Eastern owners want to close out on this their last holding. Of fered at $125 an acre. We think $100 per acre will buy It If taken at once. The Byron Reed Co. Phones Doug. 297. A-3834. 212 S. 14th St. West Farnam District Splendid S-room dwelling on Farnam St., strictly modern; corner lot, for $6,500. Payne, Bostwick & Slater, Sole Agents, 601 N. Y. Life Bldg. Building tot In the south part of the city, a nice building lot, all graded with city water, cement walks; for $42G. $o0 to $100 down, balance $10 per month, per cent Interest. Payne, Bostwick & Slater, Sole Agents, 601 N. Y. Life Bldg. A Splendid Inve'slment - : DUPLEX BEICirFLAT 2506 and 2S08 Sherman Ave... 6 rooms and bath on each floor, hardwood, finish, fur nace heat, strictly ail modern; built two years ago; east front; lot 40x100 feet; pav ing all paid; good location. Rent, 74 a year. Price, $1,000.,, HASTINGS & HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St'" 2 8 ROOM HOUSES Corner on N. ISth St.. near Lake. Con venient to car. Well rented. Snap at $4,800. NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO., 624 New York Life Bldg. Red-1993. 33x66, $33,000 N. WEST W. O. W. SITE. Harrison & Morton Only $300 Cash This will make the. first payment on a brand new bungalow cottage at laOs Fred erick St., containing 6 beautiful living rooms with finished floors, brush brass combination light fixtures, cement walks, everything all . ready to move In, price $2,tiuo, balance monthly. Payne, Bostwick & Slater, Sole Agents, 601 N. Y. Life Bldg. 6 ROOM MODERN $1,800 On Ohio St., near two car lines. Surely a bargain at the price. NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO,, " 24 New York Llf B'dg. Ked-lOW. REAL ESTATE KARU AKlJ UA.Nvli .AT gOR SALE Starsiks, FARM BARGAIN Must be sold en ac count of owner's health;, wait Improved SAi-acre farm, seven and a quarter miles from town; price, $& per sure; easy terms. . T. Camptixil. Litchtteld. Neb. 800 ACRES extra choice land in Morrill county, near Brideport, Neb., any acre good plow land, soil s to 10 feet deep, no sand, only eight miles to railroad town, can ofler for $8 per acre. HICKS REAL ESTATE CO.. OMAHA. Moutana. MONTANA LANDS. I have for sale 7.6M). acres of fine farm ing land, all within miles of a small town on the extension of the C, M., P. U. R. R lu Custer county, Montana, which 1 will sell as a body or out it up to please the purchaser, and on liberal terms. For par ticulars address E. E. Jordan, Wibaux. Mont. Oklahoma. OKLAHOMA We have 100,000 acres of choice land to select from, ranging in price from $6 to $40 per acre. This land is In the oil and gas district and you might get an oil well with your land. NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.. Suite U4 New York Life Bldg. oath Dakota. SOUTH DAKOTA LANDS, I have listed over $0,000 acrea of IM PROVED lands In CENTRAL SOUTH DAKOTA at prices ranging from $20 to $6 per acre. Tracts are from 80 acres to a section or more. Will furnish detailed information on receipt of letter of In quliy, and advice as to slse of farm wanted. Terms. E. H. AMBLER, $11 Barker Block, Omaha. Teaaa. A DEEP. RICH SOIL, SUNSHINE! all the time; water when ou want tU Land at $6 to $40 per acre for wall Im proved farms; go see It February L Very low round trip rates. Write us. NOWATA LAND A LOT CO Bulte C!4 New Yjrk Ufa Bldg., Red im Ve at. 125-ACRE farm for sale. Oood buildings Witbr all modern ImitrnutmAnii . tons hay. Address Box $L JPttt.r,. Mills, Vb - REAL ESTATE LOANS HONEY TO LOAN Payne lnvstment Ce. WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Ca. $100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead, Wead Bldg., llio and Farnam. ' $M0 to $6,000 on homes In Omaha. O'Keefe Real Ektate Co., 10ul N. Y. Lite. Doug, or A-1161. . . . WANTED City loans and warrants. W. Farnam Smith A Co., LU0 Farnam Hi. LOWEST RATES Bemls. Brandela Bldg. LOANS to home owners and home build r, with prlvllase of making partial pay aenta semi-annually. No eominlastoa, W. H. THOMAS. OS First National bsntc )1dg. SECOND MORTGAGE loans negotiated. Apply Rooms 411-1$ First National Bank Bldg. Bell phone Douglas 118. - FIVE PER CENT MONEY to loan on Omaha Buslners Property. THOMAS BRENNAN. Room L New York Life Bldg: PAYNE, BOgTWICK A CO.. N. Y. Ufa Private money, $.100 to $&.O00; law rate. EASTERN Nebraska farm loans and loans on hlgh-giade Omaha residence prop erty at low interest. Optional payments, no delay. I. Sibbernsea, Old Boston Store Bldg. GARVIN BROS., $18 N. T. Life. $300 to $100,000 on Improved property. No delay. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT IMPROVED ACRE TRACT FOR RENT. 86 acrea, 60th and Dodge Sts., on paved road and street car line; good l-room house and other outbuildings; 10 acres plow land; balance hay and pasture land; bearing fruit trees; rental $40 per mo. GEORGE & CO.. 1001 Farnam St. D. T56. FARM FOR RENT. 400 acres $H miles west of Dundee on Dodge St. road; the very bent of Improve ments; $6 per acre. GEORGE A CO., 1801 Farnam St. D. 7F& LAND FOR RENT. Forty acres land, 7-ioom house, large bain, small pasture, about one mile south of Benson. PUTNAM COMPANY. Douglas 987. n04 N. Y. Life. REAL ESTATE WANTED WE HAVE BUiEKS FOB $, I and 7- room bouses. If prices are right we can sit, your property for you. fOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.. Suite M N. Y. Life Bidg. SWAPS $7,000 STOCK general merchandise and $6,0u0 brick block- of 8 large store rooms. On account of manager going west, must be disposed of at once. Located in good town on main line of U. P. R. R. Will exchange for farm land or Omaha Income property. Get busy for Its a bargain. W. W. Mitchell, Board of Trade Bldg.. Omaha, Neb. 8 ROOMS, modern; corner lot, 80x100; paved street, In West Farnam district. Price, $7,0vu. Want land or Omaha va cant lots. $r0,00u stock general merchandise. $17,000 stock hardware and Implements. Want land. Don't boost prices. We have no time to whittle. NOWATA LAND AND IX5T CO., 04 New York Life Bltig. Red-im FOR BALE or trade, 80 acres timber land In Missouri; about 60 miles from St. Louis, for a good ho(el; might assume some. R. M. Shlaes, 526 Bee Bldg. 320 ACRES CLEAR LAND. Will exchange for Oman Improved or will conxlder well located vacant lots. Re member we pay no attention to whlttlera. NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.. 624 New York Life Bldg. Red-1999. TAILORS $25 will now pay for a real tailor made suit at my shop. I cut the price, not the quality. . TAILOR BECK. Ill South lth. O. A. LINQUEST CO., 235 Paxton Block. D. COOPER, TAILOR"3919N A. THEODORE, "SOO" Block Tailor. SEE SISTEK.young man's fashionable tailor. 412-13-14-16 Paxton Block. A cheap tai'or la always dangerous. See J. A. Kcrvan, 608-10 Brandela Bldg. A TfOTWM Merchant Tailor, 1VV7U1JU 14U Harney St.. Doug. !S7. JOHN RADMAN. The Tailor, 703 N. 16th St. J C J CJKSON BOSTON TAILOR J-U-xYQV'-H Kooro 1. Paxton Blk. A FEW $3K and $80 suits, while they last, only $25. MAX MORRIS, The Tailor. iOl Brown block. YOUSEN, BUSY TAILOR, 120$ Farnam. NORDIN, The Tailor-1622 Douglas St. T? 1-1 on .C- T.lnJtrmi.n 408 So. 16th St. -J '"mau Oualltv Cloth... A. RUBIN Cleantpg, dyeing, suits ra. xnyj.n.i.1 pr,,,ed fl0c 1S0(, st Marys. WANTED TO BUY - v oa, iwii tuu, riCKBC address B-844, Bee, giving price, site and particulars. GOOD priee paid for !d-hand clothes, hoes and furniture. SKLNER, D". 6041. HIGHEST prloe paid for broken watchea oil! gold. etc. M. Nathan. 211 R isrh imuiiBj u-nanj siore pays best price Id-nand furniture, clothes, etc D. tii'i. BEST pnefc pi la tor second-hand furnl. til'e. rari'tt. rlaihlng and shoes 'l ei. U"Ug ..BTprlcesfordhandurnlturep 4468 WANTED TO RENT WANTKH ft V mntlanun .-A . - - .will .11. UI1L board, between 3id and 26th and Ames avenue and Grand. Address E-8H4 Bee. WANTED Two or three rooms, furnished and modern, for light housekeeping, cloae In. Call Douglas 145, or A-4146 WANTED Suite of rooms or large al cove, with boaid, ou or near car line for mcther and daughter; daughter employed In public school. Address T sW. Bee A GENTLEMAN wishes breakfast and supper and room In private ramilv. Ad dress P. p.. General Delivery, South Omaha office. WANTED SITUATIONS WANTED By young man. place to work for board while attMidlng Be?. eolicge. PIANO teacher will take limited number ber of pupils; very reasonable. 201 South 2&th Ave. GIUL would like a place In restaurant dishwasher or counter girl. Address II 9u0. Bee. JAPANESE wants to work a few hours in morning. Address L 870, Bee. WANTED Situation by all around printer of 20 years' experience; capable of handling any branch of the newspaper buslnees; expert Job and ad man; age $1 ytars; man-ted; strictly temperate; non union; no cigarettes; might consider prop osition to handle mechanical end of good oounty seat weekly; five years' experience on own paper; sslary not less than $18 per week; can deliver the goods. C. H Stall, Glltner. Neb. GOVERNMENT NOTICES PROPOSALS FOR LINING OF RESER VOIR Fort Mackntixle, Wyoming JnC usry 17. 1910. Sealed proposals In triplicate will be received here until 2 P. M., Feb ruary 14. li10, and then opened, for lining with waterproof felt and vitrified brick a million gallon eonrrete reservoir near this post. Plans, specifications and necessary blinks furnished from this office on re quest. Envelopes containing proposals should be endorsed "Proposals for LlnliiJ Reservoir" and addressed to the Construe, ting Quartermaster, Fort Markensle. Wyoming. J17-18-18-30.F11-1J. GOVERNMENT NOTICES ALE Or CONDEMNED OVERCOATS Offlee of Depot Quartermaster, 8t. l.ouln, Mo , January $, lilO. Pes led proponals In tupilcate will be 'received here until 11 . nv, January J&, 1810. for the purchase of , overooats, kerney, dyed black. Samplo may be seen and blank forma obtained at this office and at office of depot ourter rr.aster. New York, Boston, Philadelphia. Omaha and office of chief iiusrtermastcr, Chlcngo. Certified check for twenty per ct-nt nf amount of bid required. Envelopes containing ncoposala to be (narked:. "Pro posals for condemned overcoats, to be opened January 25. 1410," and addressed: Captain W. M. Coulling, U. S. A . lepot Quartermaster. J1-4-JO-21 CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFF1CR Oinaha. Neb., December 84, 1908. Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will be received here and by quartermaster at the post named herein, until 10 g. m., central standard lime, January $4, 1910, for furnish ing oats, hay and straw, during the period from February 10, MO. to June $0; 1910, at Fort Markensle, Wyoming. Proposals for delivery at other places, will not be entertained. United States reserves right to reject or accept any or all proposals or any part thereof. Information furnished on application here or tu $tiartermaater at station named. Envolopes containing pioponals should be marited "Proposals for Forage," and addressed to Major D. E. McCarthy, C. Q. M. D.28-30-$l.J.$0-a-$2. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Herman Lleberman and Wife to Her man Lleberman. lot 7. block S. Shlnn's $d add $ 1 Mary A. Saffelder to Hilda B. Saf fe'der et al, w40 feet lots 1 and 8, block 2, Shlnn's add 1 Emma K. Piper and husband to Ben son Land ccmnitnv. xvW lots 11 and 12, block 6, BrUmr- Place 600 Helen W. Schenck et al to A. B. Peterson, eVi lots ar.d 10, block 4, Central Park 1 Long Island Lean and Trust company, executors, to A. E. Peterson, oft lots 9 and 10, block 4, Central Pork.. 1 Lyman E. Riley and wife to Carl .1. HolMten. Bart lot 7. block 1. Park Place J.000 Shlmer A Chase to William A. Elliott, s.10 feet lot 7 and nlO feet lot 8. block 8, Boulevard Psrk 67J Emtlle Penke et al to Carl E. Penke. H KW 1V1S-11 1 County trensurer to Warrn E. Thomas, lots 13 and 14. block 11, Edirewood Pitrk County treasurer Vo Francis I. Thomas. Jots 6, 7. 8, 9 and 10, block 74, Benson John Kennelly and wife to Flans R. Ramer, e22 feet lot 4, block UV City of Omaha 100 Elisabeth M. Shaban to McCague In vestment company, lot 20, block 6, Crelghton Heights S William A. Hubersiroh end wife to William E. Smith, lot 4, Dennett's subdlv. of lots 9, 10 and 11, block S, Orchard Hill add 2 WO Charles L. Frltscher, Jr., et al, ref erees, to John F. Peterson, seU 16-1-11 17.400 Samuel NorrH, . trustee, to Nathpj Steinberg, e44 feet lot .4, block 15$. city S.500 John A. Crelghton Real Estate and Trust company to George Shaw, lot I 8, block 6. Crelghton s 2d add 1,100 uora m. oisen to L. B. McCoun com pany, nVs sG4 feet lot 1, block , Kountze's Sd add., and n4 s4 lot S, Mock 6, Kountze's 3d add, and r sM, lot 2, block 6, Kountxe add 1 Arthur Ptlley to Arch G. Scott, part lot F, Haskall's add to Okahoma.. 400 RAILWAY TIME CARD I'SIO.K STATION Tenth had Masom. L'nloa Pacific Leave. San Fran. Ov'rl'd Ltd. 8:15 a. m. Chi. A Jap. F'st Mail 4:10 p. m. Arrive. 11:30 a. m. 8:46 p. m. 6:46 p. m. 6:30 p. m. 8:40 p. m. 12:80 a. m. 7:42 a. m. 6:00 p. m. 4:46 p. m. 10:30 a. m. J-;20 p. m. T20 p. m. stuanuc express .. Oregon Express ... Oregon-Wash. Ltd.. Denver Special Colorado Special .. Colorado Express , North Plate Local. . 4.00 t."i -12:40 p. I m. m. 8:47 a. m. .11:48 p. m. . $:56 p. in. 8:15 a. m. Grand Island Local.... 6:29 p. m. Liinooin-jieai. Lrfcal... 12:41 p. m. Val. A Cen. City Lcl.. At.il p. m. Chicago Jt Northwestern EASTBOUN'D. ' ' 1 Leave. Omaha Express a 7:00 am Chicago Local., .......,,.al8.05 pm Colorado-Chicago ..a 6:20 pm Chicago Special ... 4:00 pm Pacific Coast-Chicago. ..a :06 pm Los Angeles Limited. ...a 8:10 pm Overland Limited all:46 pm Denver Special ,-.....al2:40 am Carroll Local .a 4:$0 pm Fast Mall .a NORTHBOUND. Twin City Express., ... .a 7;oO am Sioux City Local a 3:45 pm Minn. A Dakota Exp... a 7:00 pm Twin City Limited a 9:00 pm WESTBOUND. Llr.coln-Chadron ....... ia 7:80 am Norfolk-Bonstell a M am Long Pine-So. Platte.,. b 2:15 pm Hastings-Superior b 8:16 pm Deadwood-Hot Spgs.,,..a 3:66 pm Caspor-Lander ...a $:66 pm Fremont-Albion b &:8o pm Mlaaoarl Pacific Arrive. al2:86 am a 3:28 pm a 3:28 pm a 7:66 am a 8:28 pra al2:20 pm a 7:46 am a 6:42 am a 8 56 am a 8:36 pm al0;J0 pm a 8:28 pm a 9:16 am a 7:30 am all:00 am alO:4& pm b 6:20 pm b 6:20 pra a 6:20 pm aU:00 am b 1:35 pm K. C. and St. L. Bx....a 1:40 am a 8:18 am Bat 12 p. m .....aU:16 pm a 6:30 pm Illinois Central- Chicago Express.. a 7 Chlougo Limited.... a 8 Minn. -St. Paul Exp b 7 Mlnn.-St. Paul Ltd a 6 Omaha-FL Dodge Loo'l.b 4 thlcasro, Rock Island d EAST. Rocky Mountain Ltd. ...a t Iowa Local a 6 Chicago Day Express.. a 7 Des Moines Local a 4 Iowa Looal blO Chicago-Eastern Exp... a 4 Chicago-Nebraska Ltd. a 8 WEST. Chicago-Nebraska Ltd. for Lincoln a 8 Colo, and Cal. Exp a 1 Okla and Texas Exp. ...a 2 Rocky Mountain Ltd...alO thlraita, Milwaukee A .15 am a 8:45 pm .00 pm a 7:16 pm :10 am :00 pm a 7:18 am :16 pm b 11:30 am t Pacific :40 am :40 pro : am 00 pm :36 am :40 pm :08 pm al0:80 pm a 4:30 pm all:66 pin a 12. 30 pin b 9:65 pm a 1:15 pm a 8:02 pm :25 am a 6:47 pm 35 pm a 4:3) pin 30 pm a 1;60 pm 40 pm a 8:26 am St. Paal Leave. Arrive, a 8:00 am a 9:30 am all:33 pm a 8:2b pm b 11.06 pm al Overland Limited all:48 pm Omalia-Chicago Exp. ...a i :i ain Colorado Special a 7:87 am Colo.-Californla Exp a B:iK) pm rerry-umatia iocai o s:is pm Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Pa Overland Limited al2:10 am Omaha-Chicago Exp. ...a V:ou am Colorado Hpeuial a 7:40 am Coio.-Callfurnia Exp... .a b.'WJ piu Perry-Omaha Local b 6:1$ pra Chii-aajo Great Westeru a 7:05 am a :W am a 1:30 am a 8:26 pm all:us pm Chicago Limited.... Twin City Limited. Chicago Express.... Twin City Express. ..a 6:(0 pm ..a 8:30 pm .'.'a'9:00"a'm a 8:00 am a 8:46 pm a 8:00 pm Wabash Omaha-Ht. Louis Exp. .a I. SO pm Man aud Express a J.M am btanberry Local tfroin a 9.28 am alilb pm K. C. A t. L. EX. Lv. Council Bluffs). ...b 6:00 pm bl0:16 am BURLINGTON STATION Teath aad Masoa. Unrllaatoa Leave. Denver and California. .a 4:N pm Puget Soured Express. ..a 4:10 pra Nebraska points a 8:30 am Black Hills a 4:10 pm Northwest Express all 30 pm Nebraska points a 8 30 am Lincoln Mail b 1.20 pm Nebraska Express a 9:16 am Lincoln Local Lincoln Local a 7:26 pm Schuyler-Plattsmouth ..b 3.06 pin Plaltsmouth-lowa a 9:1$ am Bellevue-Plattsmouth ...a 1:30pm Colorado Limited all :80 am Chicago Special... a 7:30am Chicago Express a 4 J pm Chicago Fast Express ..a 6.30 pm Iowa Local a 9:1$ am St. Louis Express a 4 & pin K. C. and St. Joseph. .. .e 10:48 pra K. C. and St. Joseph. ...a 9:16 am K. C. aud St. Joseph. .a 4:66 pm Arrive, a $:4$ pm a 6:10 pm a 6:10 pm a 6.10 pm a 7:10 am a 8:10 pm al2:16 pm a 6:10 pm b 9:08 am a 7:50 pm bl0:20am a 8:60 pm a 8:40 pm a 7:10 am all 10 pm a t M pm a $ 00 am all:43 am ali:4n am a (:6 am a $.10 pm WEBSTER STATION Fifteenth aad Webster. MltMirl Pacific ' w . tavt. Arrive Auburn Local b$:50pm bl2:10pm tkleas. bt. Paal, Mlaaeapolla ft Omaha 1 ' Leave. Arrive. Sioux City Express bl ounm hn . Omaha Local tMnn, Sioux City Passenger.... b 8 20 pin Twin City Passenger. ...b 8.30 am ... Sioux City Local ...a 8:36am Emerson Local...., b 6.66pm b 8 lOaio MINIMUM RATES FOL SIX President Tuft Iisuei First Prbclama tion Under New tariff Act. ' DOCUMENTS ARE . IDENTICAL Italy, Oreat rltala, kpala, Raasla, Torkey aad Snllserlaad' TNt Net Discriminate Aaralnst the ' X alted States. . , WASHINGTON, Jan. 19 The president this afternoon Issued his proclamation in which It Is declared that under ihs new tariff law the countries of Italy, Groat Britain. Russia, Spain, Turkey and Swlts erland are entitled to the minimum rato Imposed by that act. The proclamations which are Identical read as follows "Whereas, it Is provided In the act of congress approved August 6. 1809, .entitled an act to provide revenue- equalised du ties and encourage the Industries of tba United States and for other purposes (the president here quotes the provision of the act referred), and oontlnues as follows:- "And whereas, satisfactory evidence has been presented to me' that the government of Italy imposes no terms or . restrictions either In the way of tariff rates or pro visions, trade or other regulation eharxe, exactions or In any other manner directly or Indirectly, upon the importation Into or the sale in the kingdom and colonial possessions of Italy, or of any agricul tural, manufactured or other products of the United States, which unduly discrim inate against the United States, or the products thereof and that the government of Italy pays no export bounty on or Im poses no export duty or prohibition upon the exportation of any articles to tho United States which unduly discriminates against the United States Dr ths products thereof and that the government of Italy, accord to the agricultural, manufactured or other products of the - United State treatment which is recoprocal' 'or ' equlva lent: !. ' ; : , "Now, therefore, I, William Howard Taft, president of the United States of Amer ica, by virtue of the power in me. vested by the aforesaid, do hereby - make known and proclaim that from and after March 81. 1910, and so long thereafter , as ths aforesaid act of congress Is in existence and the government of Italy Imposes no terms or restrictions upon the importation or sale In ths kingdom arid colonial pos sessions of Italy of the products of ths United States which unduly ' discriminates against the United States, all articles when Imported In the United States or any of its possessions (except ths Philippine Islands and the islands of Guam and Tutulla) from the kingdom and colonial possessions of Italy shall be admitted under the term of the minimum tariff of the United Statea as prescribed by section 1 of the tariff act of the Unitod States approved August 6, 1909. "Provided, however, that this proclama tion shall not take effect until and after March $1, 1910, bnt shall be null and void In the event that, at any time prior to ths aforesaid date, satlHfactory evidence shall be presented to the president that the coun- , try of Italy has made such change or changes In its present laws and regulations affecting American commerce n the king dom and colonial possessions of Italy as to discriminate unduly in any way against such commerce, and in the future events that a proclamation by ths president of such fact, revoking the present proclama tion, shall have been Issued." The proclamation is signed both by ths president and by Secretary of State JCnox. 1 " , Thomas, Again Heads Lehigh Bock Island Interests Well Eeprs sented in New Directorate of BoadJ : , ' ' sssssaaaSBaas PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 19.-Presldent E. B. Thomas of the Lehigh Valley Railway company was today re-elected by ths stock holders of ths company at their annual meeting In ths 01 flees of , the corporation In this city. William H. Moore, Edward 8. Moors and Daniel C. Rail were elected members of ths board, succeeding Robert C. Llpplncott and George II. McFgdden of Philadelphia and Irvln H. Stems. ' - The fact that three new directors, who are' Identified with ths Rock Island group' would go into the Lehigh Valley board was announced some time ago. The re election of Mr. Thomas settles, of course, the rumors of a possible ohangs In the presidency of the company at present ST. LOUIS, Jan. 18. Stockholders of ths Missouri Pacific Railway company voted today at a special meeting to increase ths bonded Indebtedness, $175,000,000, to buy $26,000,000 of the Iron Mountain bonds; adopted by-laws and voted to buy sieves subsidiary lines. Vice President C. S. Clark, presided at the meeting. The shares ' of George J. Gould and other New Tork stockholders were voted by proxy. BRIDGE LABORER INJURED Joe Goetle of Dearer Struck hy Street . Car oa Sherataa Areas l.lae. Joe Goette of Denver employed at present S by the Burlington as a laborer on a bridge gang, was severely Injured last night at $:$0 by being struck by a northbound oar on the Sherman avenue line of the Omaha A Council Bluffs Street railway. ' " Goette was under the Influence of liquor. Ht was" walking on Seventeenth street, when st ths Intersection of Seventeenth snd Isxrd he stumbled and fell directly In front of a rapidly running northbound car. He was carried for some distance on ths fender before ths car was brought to a stop. He received a bad sou In wntmjl k la left eye was bruised snd his left hsnd cut He wss removed to St Joseph's hospital. Bert Vsn Horn was thS' conductor ' .i Tom Kelley ths motormao. OCEAN STEAMSHIPS CRUISES DE LUXK ls tha WEST INDIES -AVON" 1 Twla. Screw CRUISE) or kastfr musa (1 i) MB IP rsoM Nrw yoke 81 iiw up FROM VRW TORK fKB. .18. nun ss -MEW Bit It" tSrons. tke Wi lAllas BERMUDA KBW WBCKKLT SKrTVIf K .-?i.r. "OROTAVA" rraaa Pier BO W. ft If. y.. Rverr Wedaesday. . . froas Bermuda Every tataraa ".t f T 5 r-1 - s' "Jereb. trs ElrrtrM fa.. . . " emmet illun-sleS Mil.H TU ROTAl MAIL STEAM PACeKT Cfll ?"?5,,,0', ,0. lata su m. w. 148 I-aStille 8U Chicago. W. a. Book, 1M raraaas $)t Omaha,