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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1914.
13 SWAPPERS' COLUMN Tl KTED COtXH. GOOD CONDITION. uriBinni vaiue w, 10 truaa lor good gsg Hov or rug. S, O, s06. Bee. 191J TWIN INDIAN MOTORCYCLE, good shape. What good offer have you to make. Address S. C. S14. Deo. OOOD CLKAH LOT IN SOUTH OMAHA to trade for a 2-passenger Ford; b quick. Address S. C. 80$ Bee. CEMENT BLOCK MACHINE TO TRADE for a good gold wach, standard make. Address S. C. 903 Bee. TWO GOOD LOTS IN COUNCIL Bluffs, ccntctolly located, worth KM. Will trade for a good 6-passenger Ford or what nave you to offer? Address S. C. MO. Be. WILL TRADE FURNITURE FOR THK papering of three rooms. Address, R. C. SnS. care Beo. I0O ACRES, CLEAR. WANT INCOME. R C. 74S. Omaha Bee. EIGHTY ACRE IMPROVED IRRI gttted farm In artesian belt. atcr 1ghts paid up, in San Luis valley, Colo t do. to trade for Omaha lota or income piopcrty. or eastern Nebraska, farms. Ad dross S. C SO. RATES AUTOMATIC NUMUER1NU machine, five wheel; cost $.5 and as pood as new. Will sell cheap or trade tor anything can use. Address 3. C. 732, tare Bee. 1 HAVE DIAMOND RING BETWEEN K and H karat, wlll'exchange for good second hand piano. Address S, C. W2, Bee. LADIES' WATCH. SS-YR. GOLD FILLED hunting case. In Perfect repair, $8; also gentlemen's 17-Jeweled and adjusted rail way watch, open face, silver cuse, a per fect time keeper, $15. Will sell at prices mentioned or trade for anything can use of equal valuo. 8. C 863. Bee. WILL TRADE OOOD INCOME OM.VliA property for an up-to-date auto In first class condition. Property rented by yearly contract. Address 3. C. 869, Omaha Bee. 20 ACRES MISSISSIPPI. CLEAR, PRU.'E $1,200; exchange for house and lot about 12.000. 8. C. 716, Bee." IMPORTED AND REGISTERED SHET land stallion pony, 4 years old, want stacker and rakes, or any good live stock, S. C. S33. GOOD AUTO, WORTH JSOO, TRADE FOR a good clear lot. S. C, 19& Bee. 1 HAVE A BRAND NEW INDIAN, single engine, only been In use three weeks. Had accident and will sell cheap. Engine in perfect running order. Will sell for $35 cash, or what have you In exchange7 Address. 5. C SSS. Bee. FOURTEEN KELLERSTRAS3 WHITE Orpingtons, 2 yearn old. What have you to offer? Address S C 04, Bee. 12 APARTMENT AND 5 LOTS; PRICE, $10,000; mtg., $14,500, 6 per cent, runs Z years; rents $4,950 yearly. Will trade for good farm or sell; about 3 years old; high-class. Address S. C. "S3, care Bee. WE WILL TRADE PAINTING FOR furniture or furnished room rent. Ad dress S. C. 393. Bee. 640-A. IMPROVED NEBRASKA RANCH, clear, want merchandise. S. C. 741. Bee. WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE FOR A late model twin cylinder Reading Stand ard motorcyclo, worth $175? Address S. C. 951, Bee. COMPLETE I. C. 8. COURSE, 6 VOL'S, steam engineering, electricity and me chanical refrigeration: Worth $30. Will trade for typewriter, or what have you? Address S. C. S3C, Bee. WOULD TRADE A GOOD NUMBER 6 Remington typewriter for a saddle. If you have such a trade wrlto S. C, 701, Bee. NO. 4 BULL'S EYE CAMERA AND TR1 pod to trade for good repeating rifle, shotgun or revolver, ti. C. 007. Bee. 6-ROOM COTTAGE ON BIG LOT IN exchange for acreage near Omaha. Ad dress S. C. S36, Bee. WHAT havb you to traae for a 1 H. P. electric motor in perfect condition. S. C. G70, Omaha Bee. FINE, SIGHTLY LOT, TWO BLOCKS ' north from Krug Park. Trade for dia mond, piano, or what have you? Address b. C. 802 Bee. GOOD HALF SECTION Unimproved black soli, rolling, part fenced, 12 miles from good town. South Dakota. Worth 315.00 per acre. Fur short time will exchange at 33,200 as nil or part payment ou good Omaha house to live In. About even deal or nearly so preferred, with, owner. Address B " .C. 744. Bee. Omaha, WANTED TO TRADE, PAPER HANG Ing and papering for rent of furnished housekeeping rooms. Address S. C. 904, Bee. AUTO WORTH 3500. TRADE FOR. A . good clear lot. Address S. C. 830, care Bee. CLEAR LOT, WANT AUTO OR ROOM- InK house. S. O. 733. Bee. PROPERTY ON HARNEY ST.. WEST of 20th St, worth 316,000; half cash, halt trade, for good residence property. Ad dress S C 727. care Be. TWO HOUSEb ON CORNER LOT IN north part of city; will trade for some thing larger in southwest part. S. C. 724 Bee. FIVE LOTS IN ORCHARD. 15 MILES of Oklahoma City. Trade for small equity in house or Omaha lot. Price 3500- Address, 8. C. 693. Bee. GOOD RENTAL INVESTMENT Have client with a' nice up-to-date hotel building and furniture. In good town In eastern Nebraska Rent 3600 per year. 26 rooms Prize 36,000. Trade at real value for small farm or home In Omaha, Lincoln or Nebraska City, or may consider a stock of merchandise. Address S. C. 743. Bee. Omaha. GOOq SO ACRES FOR MDSE. Trade improved S0-acre farm, best rich LUable soil, 5 miles from County Seat In S.-E. Nebraska, level land, will raise 60 bu. corn per acre In fair year. Near dis trict school. Price 310.000, mtg. 33,200. Equity for good little stock of General Mose. Address S. C. 740. Bee. Omaha. HAVE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER, No. 4, latest model, with two-color rib bon, stencil cutter, back spacer, etc.; lit tle use. A bargain at 370, but will accept first 355 offered. Address S. C. 730, care Bee. I HAVB A 6-ROOM HOME CLEAR; 33.000 to trade for 2 to 6 acres even up. H C Cll. Omaha Bee. EIGHT THOUSAND SEC. BRICK. want hogs, chickens or offer. S. C. 7, Bee. A FINE LEVEL QUARTER OF LAND in Perkins Co., Neb., 7 miles from R. R. Best of soil and free from all encum brances. Valued at 31,000. To trade tor a nice modern home In Omaha of 7 or 8 rooms and worth up to 36,000, In a good neighborhood, close to school and car line, or for acreage close in. S. C 591. Bee. GAS STOVE. COST 337 8 MONTHS AUU, ucw lawn .hose, CO ft, cost $15 last sum mer; lawn mower, cooking utensils of aluminum and enamel, dishes of all kinds, Havtland china set cost 365; bed, springs and mattress, etc. Will consider dia monds, piano or good lot Address 8. C M. Bee. FINE MODERN HOME. Very well located, six living rooms, large reception hall and bath room, full ;uc, and full basement, full 60-ft lot, nice lawn, trees, and garage with electric lUhts. Lady owner must sell on account of health, or would exchange tor new modern bungalow. It up-to-date and well located In good neighborhood, and priced on cash bails Cash value of aDove. 14,000, Bee it Address S. C. 747. Bee. Omaha, 10 ACRES, CLEAR, WANT Y EQU1T1 in borne. S. C. 742. Bee. I HAVE A GOOD GUITAR AND A 15 Jeweled watch. What kind of a deal can I make with you for a kodak or a bull dog? Address S. C. 749. care Bee. 1913 TWIN CYLINDER MOTORCYCLE, worth 3160; Just been overhauled and In fine shape. Here is a' good chance for some one. Make mo an offer. S. C. 815, Bee. VERY NEAR NEW L. C. SMITH TYPE writer, Just overhauled; will trade for most any useful article of value; will consider second-hand auto. Address & C 337, Bee. OFFERED FOR RENT LIST vacant properties with BOCKHACKER, 407 State Bank. D. 8637 IMtrliueuta aim flat. S- ROOM brick flat, corner of 8th and Williams Hts.. Forest Hill. Globe Van &Storage Stores, moves, packs and ships; 3-horse an and 2 men. 31.25 per hour; storage $2 per month. Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone Douglas 433S and 37S5. OFFERED FOR RENT Apartment nncl Flats. t-ROOM upper apartment with sleeping porch. 62 8. 26th Ava. FIVE-ROOM new apartment the Chula Vista, 30th St and Poppleton Ave.: Nothing better In the city; lower rent than similar flats in this vicinity. Con rsd Young, aa Brandels Theater, D. 1171. FOR RENT New 6-room modern apart ment, brick building, oak finish; will decorate to suit tenant; 3tth and Dodge. Only 332.5a 132 S. 35th St.. nw S-room modern brick house, beautifully finished. 340. W. TL HOMAN. 331 Board of Trade Bide NEW brlCK apartments, ready to move Into; completely furnished, duties and all; 4 rooms, 36 par week; 3 rooms. 31 per week. Call Doug. 8711 during office hours. St. Clare Aartm'ts 23d and Harney Sts. 2, 3 and 4 rooms beautifully finished and decorated. Call D. 5505 or Harney 647. CLOSE-IN APARTMENTS of three and four rooms, modern, either furnished or unfurnished, at moderate prices. Wright block, 318 No. 16th St. So today. CRE1GH, SONS & COMPANY. Douglas 200. frfH Bee Bldg. 1042 S.9th St., 5-r., all modern, cast front. tiu winter ana summer, un vacant. PETERS TRUST COMPANY. 1622 Farnam St. Douglas 893. 319.00-Very desirable 4-r. St Louis Apt', brick. Hanscom Park. Harney 3SS. VERY DESIRABLE. One choice apartment in the California, See Janitor. Douglas 5237. WE RENT your houses free of chargo. NO COMMISSION REALTY COMPANY, 316-330 Paxton Bldg., OMAHA. Gordon Van Co.S" IIS N. Uth St Phone D. 291 or H. Mli VERY' choice 4 or 6-room steam-heated apartment on West Farnam St JOHN W. BOBBINS, 1802 FARNAM ST THE CORNISH. Fine large rooms, windows on four sides. Very desirable Phone Douglas 7721 5-R. moairn flat. it.. X3QA A. Uth. H. 4711. OUDEN ANNEX rooms, with kttcb enets. Council Bluffs. FOR RENT 4, G, 7-room modern apart ments, steam and hot water, J1S and up wards; near' postof flee. G. P. Stebblns. SUBLEASE, 5 beautiful rooms. Apart ment. Genoa, 3830 Cass St., Harney 6399. APARTMENT . BARGAIN. Choice 2-room apartment in cosy walk ing distance, consisting of a kitchen with cupboards, refrigerator and gas range furnished, large living room, entry hall and clothes closet. Rent Is as tow as in summer. Call at our office and let us take you out to see these first class places. PAYNE & SLATER CO.. Omaha's Rental Men. 616 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. Board una Houm. THE HELMAN, 2403 St Mary's; pleas ant rooms; board optional. D. 68S0. BOARD and room, 34.60. Red 6067. LARGE, cool room; good board; private home; reasonable. 2916 S. 24th. D. 8093. Fnrnlahed Apartments. FOR RENT Nicely furnished slx-r6otn apartment In West Farnam district Cool and airy. References. 3124 Cass St Furntsh'cd Housekeeping; Rooms. N. 20TH, 6163 mod. front rooms, com plete, cool ,olry. Doug. 8257. TWO large beautifully turn, rms., com plete, walking dlst 674 S. 28th. H. 16S0. TWO modern, ensulte. Harney 4146. 201S DAVENPORT Two nicely furnished housekeeping rooms. Furulstten xionses. 7-ROOM modern houso for rent Fur nished. Near 40th and Harney Sts. Dur ing summer months. Phone Harney 1512. FURNISHED house for rent, Field Club district; 7 rooms; modern; a bargain to right party with good references. Call Harney 611L PLEASANT rooms, cool, airy. 2116 Cass. Furnished Iloonta. 2013 CHICAGO, nicely furnished, large, cool room. Douglas 5394. LARGE furnished room with board, gen tleman. Hanscom Purk dlst. H. 5645. o 2013 CHICAGO, basement room cheap. Douglas 5294. FOR cool, modern room In private family see 702 So. 24th St NICE front room, private family. 2S09 Davenport. NEWLY furnished rooms In private fam ily with or without board. Red 3345. THE GRASMEHE, front room, private bath, Hanscom park district, board. Harney 7080. NEW neatly furnished rooms. 117 N. 20th Down-town district, well furnished, cool rooms, reasonable. E24 S. 16th, Apt 12. COTTAGE, Y. M. C. A. park. Doug. 4512. DOWN-TOWN district, well furnUhed cool rooms. 624 S. 16th St Apt 12. PRIVATE family, modern, cool, reason able for summer. Call 630 So. 17th Avo. DON'T miss this great opportunity; large, cool, nicely furnished room, fine location, walking distance, private resi dence: excellent board if desired. Refer. ences exchanged; reasonable. Web. 4026, PLEASANT rooms. 36 month; 2638 Dodge. Unfurnished Rooms. FOUR-ROOM modern apartment close in, cool, front and back porch. No children. $30. 2562 Harney St Hotels una Apartments. DODGE HQTEL Modern. Reasonable. CALIFORNIA Hotel. Ufa und California, Weekly rates $2 and up. Douglas "083. Housekeeping Rooms. A SUITE of rooms strictly modern. References. 1802 Farnam. LARGE modern front parlor suite tor housekeeping. 411 N. 19th. Houses aud isottaaea. 5007 Military Ave., new, modern, 6-room house; rent free from now till June L Call Benson 155-W. DESIRABLE West Farnam seven room house; fine "condition. Rent reasonable. Phone Harney 1166. FREE RENTAL LIST. Complcto "for rent" list of houses, epartmen's and flats on file at our office; no charge whatever. Union Outtlttlnc Co., 16th and Jackson Sta. $42.50-Brlck, 130 S. 35th St., just north of Farnam. Owner, 20i Ramge Bldg. Phone Douglas 2221. WE rent your houses free of charge. NO COMMISSION REALTY CO., 216-233 Paxton Bldg., OMAHA. MODERN 7-It; $25; fine location. 4005 Charles. ....... M AGGARD av8aencrpfck,; v-i j-j-vo rnoves, stores Si ships household goods & planoa, D. 1496. FIDELITY; Storage and Van Co. Goods stored, tM A V a A n n n I . I gripped, 16th and Jackson Sts. Doug. 1516 W1-! rent vm rT h A M . . fr.n nf Wn m NO COMMISSION REALTY CO.'. . 316-330 Paxton Bldg. 6-ROOM modern house. 2710 Decatur St : $23. Phone Harney 6432. 1 ' Pleasant 4 and 6-room apartments, newly decorated; walking distance. 404 N. 24th. 7-R. HOUSE, modern, opposite Omaha university, zun ana Kvans. 330. W. 4C97, STRICTLY modem bungalow. Harney 1 080, NEW 6-room house, modern. $35 per month. SXU Cass. Harney 6988. 6-ROOMS, all modern, nearly new, cheap 840 8. 19TH ST. 9-room modern house. Just renewed; rent reasonable to the right party. 306 Paxton Blk. NEW BUNGALOW-Juat finished, five rooms, a I modern, to deslrablo people without children. 2dt N. 13th Ave. Open today. 6-ROOM modern. 815 N. 27th Ave. 7-room modern. CT83 Cuming. NEAT modern house, 2512 Chicago Ht Douglas 8145. OFFERED FOR RENT. Houses and Cnttnae. For Rent Brick House Four bedroom, bath and llatn closet on second flour. Vestibule, reception hall, living room, dining room, kitchen, pvntry and ice room on first floor Fr.ti cement base ment with toilet furn-.co heat, gas and electric lights: nearly new and first class In evtry way, at 1511 a 23th St., one block from Hanscom Park, near Park school, tno block from car line. Tel. Harney 150a. u Ulr( movnK u 6U6 w.274? 617 N. 1STH ST rooms. Harney 6051. FOR RENT We have a complete list of all houses, apartments and Ilaty that are for rent This list can be teen froo of charge at vinuna an v ctoinge UO., HS N. Wn 11 I2-ROOM modern houto with barn; hot Ttaier ncai. mis iinrney St. inquire T J. O'Brien. II. 1094. D. 1216. Housos ln a" l,arts of 'he city Bee Bldg. f-ROO.M home, modern, shade and fruit trees; good garden. 3344 Larlmore Ave. A MODERN 6-room bungalow; good lo cation; built last summer. Walnut Hill district. Tel. Harney 5042. 6-ROOM cottago. 3278 Jones, modern, $20. Harney HSS. Seven Rooms Field Club 3308 Poppleton Ave., a beautiful home, finely finished, In a choice location over looklns the boulevard, $50. PETERS TRUST COMPANY. 1622 t amain. Douglas ED?, $27.50 for modern square, 1 block west of No. 24th St. line. O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.. 1016 Omaha Nat'l. Douglas 2715. Cn nil.! A ..a ?-. ... n .no 1817 No. 21st St., 7-r., part mod., $17. 1624 No. 29th St., 4-r., part mod., $12. 3463 Miami. 6-r., well. $9. 3723 Ohio. 8-r., well, $10. CRE1QH. SONS & COMPANY, Douglas 200. 508 Beo Bldg. THOROUGHLY modern 7-room house, 30th and Chicago. Cheapest rental ln city at $27.50. Phone Douglas 1606. . Stores nnd Offices. GOOD retail, steam-heated store, with basement 18th and Farnam Sts., $100. JOHN W. ROBBINS. 1802 FARNAM ST. REAL E STATIC FARM ft RANCH LAND J FOtt SAI.K Minnesota, Minnesota Farm Lands From $15 to $75 per acre. Aro the equal of any in the United States that are selling from $150 to $300 per acre. These lands can be bought on easy terms Minnesota's 1913 corn crop, 40 bushels per acre, stands first of all states in the union. SEND FOR SPECIAL PAGE OF MINNESOTA FARM BARGAINS, Published la tho MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL, Minneapolis, Minn., March 29 to April 4. A 2c stamp will bring it. TODD County of creameries, corn and clover. For Information write Van Dyke & Van Dyke. Long prairie. Minn.. Missouri. FARMS for sale; $5 down, $5 monthly, buys 40 acres; good timber land pear town", Texas county, Mo.; price, $200; per feet title. J. B. Jarrell. Mt Vernon, III. ONLY' $1 PER ACRE. Buys C40 acres, being state school land, lease running twenty-ono years, ln Keith County. Nebraska. Only eight miles from town. Would make a dnndy dairy ranch; 200 acres can bo put under cultivation. A bargain; terms one-third cash, balance to suit, 6 per cent Write owner, L. C. Cran dall, 1644 Locust St., Lincoln. Neb. Montana, FOR SALE 2,400-acro ranch in Flathead county, Mont Fine soil. Plenty water. $10,000.00 worth horses, cattle, machinery. All for $50,000.00; caay terms. R. Thomas, MIsBOUla. Mont. Neurasku. A FINE FARM AT AUCTION. 320-acre farm, tllo drained, well im proved, to bo sold ut auction June 24; 80S acres' ln crop, GO acres In corn, 225 In win ter wheat, balance in oats, with 15 acres ln grass and buildings; H mile to school; rural phone and mall delivery; 5 miles north of Tckamah, 42 north of Omaha and 70 Bouth of Sioux City. For particu lars address W. M. Scott, owner, or H. N. Marsh, auctloner. at Tekamah, Neb EIGHTY acres. $20 an acre. $20 down and $20 a month no Interest Fine farm land. J. A. Tracy. Kimball. Neb. FOUND 320-acre hpmesteod ln settled neighborhood; flno farm land; not sand hills; cost you $200, filing fees and all. J. A. Tracy, Kimball, Neb. Texas. TE2CAS Mr. D. K. Smith, of the Bmlth-McCann Land Co.. room 1407 Woodmen of tho World building, has Just returned from his farm in Bailey county, Texas, after spending some weeks there; superintend ing. He is so enthused with what these lands will do that he has brought homo to show his friends somo very fine sam ples of alfalfa, wheat oats, katflr corn and mllo maize. You will seo them In a Farnam street window, 1315 of the W. O. W. building. A better demonstra tion of the fertility of Bailey county, Texas, lands could scarcely be found, so it's really no wonder Mr. Smith is proud of his farm products. Thero Is much good land around his farm for Bale at a very reasonable price and on caay terms. He will return there in two weeks for another visit. You would find It very profitable to talk with Mr. Smith about this region, no matter why you want to change. He has some printed matter re specting the locality he will be glad to send you free and he will tell you all about excursion rates, etc. WtsuonslK. HOMESEEKERS' OPPORTUNITY. We are offering our selected clay loam Rusk county cutover hardwood lands, any size tract, to actual settlers. In dairy, clover, corn and alfalfa section. Write for free Illustrated booklet and map giving full particulars. Arpln Hard wood Lumber Co., No. 6 Post Office Block, Grand Rapids, Wisconsin. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE! R. E. Pianos for other musical tnstru'tc D. 2017. PIANOS for cement work; painting, paper hanging. 207 Old Boston Store. D. 2017. HAVE 11-room residence in Hanscom Park district, all modern, will trade for 5 or 6-room residence, clear, and will carry balance. Address K -407, Bee. REAL ESTATE LOANS $100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead. Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam. WANTED City loans and warrants. W. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam, 6 CITY LOANS, Bemls-Carlberg Co., OS1ft-3l! nmnHsIa Thotf HMw HARRISON & MORTON, 916 Om. Nat. WANTED City loans. Peter Trust Co. GARVIN BROS Loans, $600 and up, lT.tl.XVV. UN mtV''Qmnha Nat. Bank. FIVE per cent farm loans. Optional pay. ments and "annual interest. WM. MC CORMICK. 1201 Farnam. CITY and farm loans, 6, 5H. 6 per cent J. H. Dumont & Co.. 1603 Farnam, Omaha. SEE us first If you want a farm loan. . ....... v. ..cm MONEY on hand for rlty and farm loans. H. W Binder. City Nat. Bk. Bldir. u num iruii lo., umana, jveb. CITY property Large loans a specialty W, U. Thomas, 22s State Bank Bldg. RKAL EST AT K. I'HOJ'KRTY FUR SALK. CITY The Above Property to bo Sold at Public Auction One of Florence's most beautiful horn es to be sold to the highest bidder, Mon day, June 8, at 2 p. m. sharp. Situated at the southwest corner Madison and Bluff streets, overlooking city park. Has a largo porch on both front and sldo of the house, 1 block to car line, 2 blocks to school; big corner lot, 132x125; garage, grape arbor, fruit trees. CELLAR Cemented cellnr under entire house; fruit cellar, eloctrlo lights, fur nace, outsldo entrance, plenty of windows for outside light. FIRST FI.OOR-4 rooms, large reception hall with fireplace, living room with beam ceilings and beautiful cluster of electric lights, oval dining room with beam celling, big kitchen and closets, lnrgo serving room, brand new electric light fixtures In every room, all woodwork retlnlshed and each room bcnutltully decorated, duplex shades on nil window, oak floors. SECOND FLOOR 1 large light bedrooms with large closet, linen closet In hall, oak floor In hall, alt woodwork reflnlshed and fnch room newly decorated, brand new electric light fixtures In each room, now duplex shades on each window, largo-sized bathroom with poVcelaln bathtub, lavatory and toilet. Terms, $500 Down. Balance, ft3ASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS. House. will be open for Inspection all day Sunday before the sale. This prop erty will absolutely be sold. Tho owner lives In Kansas City and will sell retard less of price offered. CLEAR TITLE. Dowd Auction Co., Auctioneers. o An Acre Home On the Easy Payment Plan Right in the Path Here's the Opportunity You Have Long Been Looking For We have two beautifully laying Acre tracts for sale. Each has a new four-room house and a good well. The soil Is rich and fertile. There's plenty of room for Chickens, a Nice Big . Garden and a Cow. We will take you out to see these Acre homes if you '11 call at our office or Telephone Doug. 2926. Bankers Realty Investment Co. Ground Floor Beo Bldg. REAL ESTATE LOANS OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms, O'KEEFE REAL. ESTATE CO.. 1016 Omaha Nat. Douglas 2716. REAL ESTATE WAlNIBD HEG1STEK EVERY KINO OK I'ltOP- ERTY OR BUSINESS KOR QUICK SAL.E OR EXCHANGE. If you want to buy a property or busi ness come to us. Or If you want to sell a property or business come to us, be cause nobody pays a commission. Come ln and get our plan of displaying and advertising every kind of property and business. It means quick service. Call or write today for our plan. NO COMMISSION REALTY COMPANY, 116-330 Paxton Bldg., , Omaha. Neb. WANTED TO BUY FOR CASH, I have the cash and want a good 6 or 8-room house, all modern; Kountze Place preferred; give location end price and will call and see it Address II 273, care Bee. REAL ESTATE ABSTRACTS OK TITLE. REED Abstract Co., oldest abstract of fice In Nebraska. 200 urandela Theater. y ' Till H .T I.I l..nwnn,AA n Aft.a, -.,, .. lr.na &1V1U i uai hiulu aim iiudhui-i xu., a modern abstract office. S05 So. 17th St. Phone Douglas 6487 CITV PROPERTY FOR SALE. GOOD INVESTMENT. 25 per cent on your money; two 4-room cottages and two C-room cottages, rent ing two per annum. Price, J2.&W. Phone D. 3607. IF YOU want to uuy, sell or exchange your property or business, go where that kind of business Is done. Everybody ELSE goes to the NO COMMISSION REALTY COMPANY, BECAUSE no body pays a commission. NO COMMISSION REALTY COMPANY, 316-330 Paxton Bldg., Omaha, Neb. Phone D. 19(0. MUST be sold, S houses b. W. corner 17th and Castellar; rents t5 per month; each house has water, sewer, bath, gas; worth S5.000; will sell, if taken soon, for 3,700; $700 cash. Phone D. 3007. Offer Wanted A Good Investment and a Bright Future The 8. E. comer of 28th and Dodge Sts. Right In tho center where 3,000,000 of Im provements wept up ln the last few years. Only 2 blocks from Farnam St. Lots 130 ft., facing N. on Dodge St., and 124 ft. facing W. on 25th BU Corner covered with a fine row of flats renting at present for IXMW per year. Tenants pay their own heat and water, 110.0W cash, balance long time. J. B. Robinson Phone Doug. S007. 412 Bee Bldg. North Side Bargain On the S, E. corner of 27th and Evans Sts., we have a 7-room house entirely modern and practically new, the prop erty belongs to a nonresident who Is vory desirous to sell It, This would make an Ideal home for some one nnd can be bought away below Us real value. For further particulars Inquire at O'Neil's E. E. & Ins. Agency, 1505 Farnam Street, Tel. Tyler 1024 or Tyler 1900. RKAL ESTATE CITY FIIOIMSIITY 'KttR BALK. of Omaha's Growth A Nifty Little Home 3 rooms, new oak floors throughout: lot 62Mxl20 ; block from car, 3 blocks of fine school; corner 40th and Saratoga. Trice. $1,200. GRAHAM-PETERS REALTY CO.. Phones Red 553, Wob. 5021 Evenings. Now 6-Room Modem Homo $4,050 1640 8. 23TH AVE. Living room, den, dining room, finished In onk; three rooms and sleeping porch upstairs; east front, corner lot. Very rea sonable terms, HASTINGS & HEYDEN, 1614 HARNEY. Dundee Lot If taken, at once will sell for $625. Act quick. ORAHAM-PETERB REALTY CO.. Phones Red 553, Web. 5C21 Evenings. SAVE CAR FARE BUY" THIS CLOSE-IN HOME-EASY TERMS 1331 S. 22d, St. An attractive, new, 5 room, modern cottage, parlor, dining room, kitchen, t bedrooms, bathroom, pantry; brick foundation, cellar, con creted, under entire house; large attic; 2 more rooms can be finished It desired; nicely decorated; best ot plumbing. Street paved; paving tax all paid. HASTINGS & HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St. Bargains Soli Quick Here Is a Bargain 3061 So. 28th Ave., $1,100 Five rooms, close to west end Vinton street viaduct; lot not wide, but regular length; good cistern, city water In street: Vm cash, balance monthly. Don't wait If you want this. Someone will get a snap. HASTINGS ft HEYDEN. 1614 Harney St. FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE nt 806 S. 29th. Bath and gas. Lot 4SxllO. East front. Only $3,000. W. H. GATES, Room 647 Omaha Natlbnal Bank Bldg. . nioiw uougins iz4. Some Bargain I 3157 Meredith-$2,375 Five rooms, all modern but furnace, nice, attractive cottage, close to car line and school. Nonresident owner. IIAHTIKUH i 11EYUEN, 1614 HARNEY, FOR SALE at a bargain, 7-room house uif,ru at w inaiui aireei, close to cars and school house; Is modem In every way, cement walks and driveway, large farage, chlckenhouse and fence; beauti ful shade trees; paved street; all paid for; will be sold on easy payment plan to good party; prlr $3,500. For Informa tion call Webster 77. o COUNCIL AND SCHOOL BOARD TO PAY EXPERT City commissioners have decided to em ploy an expert from the National Play grounds association at a salary of $13$ a week for two weeka to advise wjth Park Commissioner J. B. Hummel ln the mat ter of parks and playgrounds. The Board of Education will employ the expert lor an equal length of time. Private citizens have raised sufficient funds to keep him here for about six months. THREAD TRDSHO DISSOLVE Agreed Decree Entered in Suit Against the Combine. TWO GROUPS ARE AFFECTED Severn I Large Corporations and a Nnmlirr of Prominent Individu als on nnth Sides of At Inn tlo Are Nnmrd. WASHINGTON, Juno :.-DIsolutlon of the so-called thread trust was ordered to day by the federal court nt Trenton, N. J. The decree states that the American Thread company, the Thread agency end I tho Ensllsh KcwlnK Cotton company, Urn-1 ll(n, as one Kroup, and the spool cotton company, J. & V. Coats, limited, the Cln.rU Thread compuni, tho Clatk Mile-End Hpcol Cotton company, George A. Clark A lira, J. & P. Coats' (Rhode Island), In corporated; James Chadwlck & Bro., lim ited; Jonas Urook A nro., limited; Sir v, .... viuin, wiiiiicb ,iiiiio.iu iinii, l mici i Xt I ' I .. 1 - T .. Willi. r. .. ,i'-l P. Necl, Hobert B. Symington, Jomea Val- entine and U. Dion Allen, as another Kroup, have entered Into a combination to restrain the Interstate and foreign commerce of the United States In thread and are enjoined from carrying out any of their agreements under such combina tion or restraint of trade. Officials of the two groups mentioned are forbidden to noqulio or hold any property Interests In the organisation ef fected to corner the thread business. The decree was agreed upon by the government and the defendants. Mioe Machinery Case Arsrtird. 110STON, June t-Flnnl arguments In the government's suit to dissolve the United Shoe Machinery company as an unlawful monopoly under the Sherman anti-trust law were begun today. Attorneys for tho government argued that the company had monopolised that part of the shoe machinery business con nected with the bottoming of shoes and that under Its system of leasing ma chinery It had been able to build up and maintain a monopoly, buying and controlling over fifty-five corporations. Socialists Adopt Campaign Platform Socialists ln statu convention have adopted their political platform for the approaching campaign. Its principal planks Include: Women suffrage; public ownership of publlo utilities and all means of production and distribution; lonns by the state to work Ing men for homes and to farmers for crop production: medical and dental In specitlon of sohool children at state ex pense; conservation of water power and other resources In the state, with develop ment by the state, and a mothers' pension law that will pay monthly $15 to each eligible mother and $10 for each child. 1 Delegates to the convention have se lected tholr etate ticket for tho comln? fall election. GEORGE H FITCHETT DIES AFTER BRIEF ILLNESS George H. Fltchett, aged 70 years, 627 South Seventeenth street, died Monday evening aftor an illness ot three weeks. Deceased was a civil war yeteran and served In the One Hundred Twenty eighth New York regiment. Ho was a real estate broker and came to Omaha, a number of years ago. He was a thirty second degreo member of the Masons. Surviving Mr. Fltchett besides tho widow are three daughters, Mrs. C. A. Piatt and Mrs. B, W. Ltvesey, both ot Omnha, and Mrs. W. B. Burt of Los Angeles; also one son, Hnrvey Fltchett, Hamburg, la. Masonic funeral services wilt lie held at tho temple Sixteenth street and Capitol avenue, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock' with Interment at Forest Lawn cemetery. TWO FINED FOR KEEPING DISORDERLY HOUSES Two disorderly houses were raided Monday night nnd the keepers of both were fined $25 and costs by Judge Hascall. Mrs. F. A. Bell, with three girls and four men, wna making merry a her home, 705 South Sixteenth street, when unbidden guests in tho form of minions of the law stopped In. Mrs. Bell decrlbed the affair ns "Just a gathering of friends," bat refused to tell the names of the men. Tony Payne didn't care how he served beer In tho barber shop adjoining his saloon at Twenty-second street and Pop pleton avenue, and even served it to Officers Peterson, Coffee and Cunning ham when they stopped off for a little visit at 10 o'clock p. m. BIGEL0W WILL ADDRESS THE COMMERCIAL CLUB The next publlo affalm luncheon of the Commercial club Is to be held a week from next Friday, when Herbert 8. Biee low, single tax advocate from Cincinnati, O,, Is to be tha speaker. He will be In the city delivering- several addresses be fore the Economic league and at the American theater. For some time it wos uncertain whether or not an engagement could be made with him for a talk at the Commercial club owfng to the short time that he will be In the city. It has Just been arranged, however, that he is to speak a week from next Friday. The subject has not been yet decided upon, but Blgelow is a versatile man and it Is assured lie will talk on a live topic. MRS. DWYER AND DAUGHTER TO BE TREATED FOR DOG BITE Information from tho Pasteur Insti tute In Chicago relative to the head ot a dog belonging to John Alperson, and which bit Mrs. Thomas Dwyer and young daughter, 2611 Chicago street. Is to the effect that the brute was suffering from rabbles. Tho Injured persons will b taken to Chicago by the family physician, Dr. Ru dolph Rlx, and will be administered treatment for the bite to ward off de velopment of posslblo Infection. Drat Diarrhoea Remedy. If you have ever used Chamberlain's CollC. Cholera and Diarrhoea. Tt.m.Hv you know that It Is a success. Sam F. 0 1 1 1 n WW..I... A I - I . . ... . .1 umi.i, iiiisiivi ma., wnics, i naa measles and got caught out In the rain, and It settled In m,y stomach and bowels. I had an awful time, and had It not been for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I could not possibly hav lived but a few hours longer, but thanks to this remedy, I am now well and strong.-' For sle by aU druggists. Advertisement. ORDER FOR STRIKE VOTE OUT Fifty-Five Thousand Men on Ninety- Fight Railroads Affected. INCREASED WAGE INVOLVED Negotiations vrlth Mnnnnern Ilroken Off After Conferences Coverlnff Three Mont)), Toll to Re Token. CHICAGO, Juno 2 A strike voto of 55.000 engineers and firemen on ninety eight railways west of Chicago was or dered tonight when nil .negotiations for Increased wagn were broken off. The negotiations have been in progress for hearty threo months. Practically every railway In tho United States west of Chicago and. all lints In Canada west of Fort Wllllnms. except tho Grand Pa cific, are Involved. The strike voto wJU affect workers on 14?,000 miles of railway who receive about $67,750,000 yearly In wages. According to a statement Issued by the general managers' committee, the re quests of the men would Increase the payrolls approximately Sfli per cent a year. Warren S. Stone, grond chief engineer of tho Brotherhood of Locomotlvo En gineers, who with W. S. Carter, president of tho Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire men, had headed committees of employes In the negotiations, said tonight that thirty days would be required to take the strike vote nnd thnt ln the meantime new proposals w'ould be submitted. The committee's statement outlined some of the principal requests of tho em ployes, ns follows: "Increases In tho rates of pay In all classes of service; reduction ln thn num ber of hours after which overtime would be paid, from ten to eight In freight serv ice, and from ten to fifteen ln passenger service: Increase ln the basis of figuring overtime to time nnd a half, ln freight servlco and double tlmo In passtngor service; granting of thirty minutes' pre paratory time for each, trip; allowances for terminal delays; Increase In the dif ferentials paid for running Mallet en gines; increase in differentials between local and through freight; employment of two firemen on largo coal-burning en gines, regardless of character or length of run." i The managers' committee held In gen eral that tho requests were unreasonable and thnt thero had been no change ln working conditions which would justify tho Increase Tho reduction of the day in train service to eight hours, the state ment said, would menu the shortening of nil railway divisions and the relocation of yards and shops, "largely to recon struct the rnllwnys at a prohibitive cost. Tho employes know tho only effect of changing the basts ot a day's wage would he enormously ' to increase the overtimo paid." tho statement continued. A. W. Trcnholm, general manager of the Chicago, St. Taul, Minneapolis & Omnha railway, Is chairman ot the com mittee of managers. MRS. BUTLER PAINFULLY HURT IN FALL FROM PORCH Mrs. Arthur Butler, who Uvea on Corby street between Fifteenth 'nnd Sixteenth, suffered painful Injuries Monday night when she fell off the rear porch at hor home. Tho banister which Mre. Butler was leaning against, finvo way precipi tating her to the 'ground several feet be low, The Injured woman vns taken to tho Methodist hospital whero she Is ro ported as resting easily. RECEPTION IS PLANNED FOR FUNERAL DIRECTORS A reception Is being planned by ths Commercial club for the delegates ot the Nebraska Funeral Directors association for next Tuesday flight. The funeral dl rectprs are to bo In session in Omaha, ut that time, and the club plans to en tertain them at a reception ln the spacious rooms ot the club. SAM FELLS IS ACQUIJTED OF A SHOOTING CHARGE Sam Fells, who was held on & charge ot shooting J. H. Pennington on tha carnival grounds at Twentieth and Paul streets two weeks ago, has been re leased from custody and discharged After a hearing in which ho was defended by J. S, Cooley, who had previously had hi bond cut from $5,000 to $500, CONTEST WINNERS TO STUDY DANCING AND GO ON STAGE Helen Kroner, the 15-year-offl dancer, who, with Harry Walker, won the, local contest conducted b'y Mr. and Mrs. Ver non Castle and then' went to New York us their guest, will study professional dancing In New York, next year and then so on the stage. MANY ARE EXPECTED FOR REPUBLICAN BANQUET Four hundred plates have been ordered at the Hotel Rome for the night ot Juno 23 for the big republican state banquet to be held at that time, Amos Thomas, secretary of the republican state commit tee, has made the arrangements. SSSSSBSBSSSSU WlRSR9alSst RUPTURE Mad ttrong an4 trtll la a few days without a surgical spsratloa or loss ot time. Our work Is sruaruntscd. Call or writ tor particulars. Ora. Wray ft Math any. W Sis Sttgv, Omaba,