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TTTTC OINrATTA DATLT ME. MONDAY. 7. 1808.
Ailvortlnementi for Ihcuc column *
trill be tnkea until 13 m. for tfao
evening nyd until 8 p. tn. for the
SiiornliiK nnil Sunday edition * .
AilvertlHGrn , by reqncntlnB a nnm-
licrcd check , can linre aimrrer * ad-
Ircmcil to n mimlirrcd letter In cnre
of Tlie lire. AncvrcfB mo nddrened
> Tlll lie delivered ou presentation of
the check only.
Itntca , 1 l-Se a word trnt Inncrtloni
la a word tucrenftrr. Nothing taken
for leu * tlinn 23a for the flrit ln er
tlon. These BilvertliciucaU uiu t
WANTED. WORK HV NEWSPAPER WOMAN
and compositor ; II 47 , cure lice. A 41609 S *
BINOLE MAN , swiT/.ER. UNDERSTANDS
milking , tending horses , fnrm work ; wants
Eoo.l , steady place. II 51 , Bee. A 618 7 *
WANTKU MAM3 HEM * .
CANVASSERS TO TAKK ORDERS ; NEW LINK
tit work : no heavy Roods to carry : salary or
commission. C. F. AUam Co. , 221 So.
1 FOn CIOAK9. $12i A MONTH AND
expenses : old llrtiij experience unnecessary : In
duccincnts to customers. C. C. Bishop & Co. ,
Ht. I uls. I'-4-0
IAOENT3 AND BRANCH MANAGERS : 8ALARA
nnd communion. Hunter Tailoring & SMrt
Co. , Cincinnati. O. -M4M-Aprll 16 *
WESTERN GRAMOPHONE co. . COUNCIL
Bluffs. In. , wants Nebraska reprew-ntitlvcs ,
reliable , energetic men. to make } * < * ' *
No peddling. Write quick. 11-M2C8 M22
WANTED. FIRST CLASS SALESMAN FOR
Lubricating Oils , Greases nnd Specialties.
.L.ir eBt line on the market. Salary or com-
" mission. Equitable Hennlne Co. , Cleveland. O.
* ! JlJlf I
WANTED. OOOD INDUSTRIOUS MEN TO OP-
cralo the Opllgrnph Moving Picture mnch ne.
the Klondike lllUKtrnl-d entertainment outfits
nn.l . the Grnphophone Talking machines , show
them to the public nnd look nfter the a.lvor- .
tlslnn ; no soliciting and no previous experience
necessary ; easy work , steady employment , good
pay ! for full I artlcularo nddrcsa Sears , Rpebi'CK '
& Co. ( Inc. ) , Chicago , 111. B-M S 9 *
WANTKD. SALHSMKN TO SHU * CIOAUS TO
rt'alerV : J73.00 per mo. n' ' Pcn ' "V < ? iThe
Consolidated Cigar Co. ,
WANTI3D AGHNTS TO SHM > Mt'R-AT IJAI--
VtVnd'B Great ciha Hook ; nil nlwul Cuba.
. excitement : tvyry tine
Hprxln nn.l war ; Knit
liuys It : one nKent srjd 87 In ono J.iy : " " ? " '
nladn $11 In one hour : COO pages : rnnsnll cent
llluRtrntlonn. photozrnphs , etc. : low price , , .ve
cunraiil o the mott lll.ornl . terms ; freight p-iM :
' crc-llt outnt froa : send 2c < 1"
21 days' - ;
wnmpri to P.IV pena . The lllble nou.121 .
Real horn Ptreyt , Uhlcago. II
\VAvrin THHII : : ooon MON IN OMAHA
nn.l . n few In other parts of the Btnto to take
"n era for our mnde to ot.lPr men' suits nt
SI M to J15 : Rood pny nnd steady work to the
. . AddrM ,
rl ht men : no expeilence nec s.ary.
Amerlcnn Woolen Mlllo Co. , Chlca
, YOU.vrv. MIN TO UAUN THC
ll.rlicr trnd : only eluht week * required ; po
i tlonS K.mrnnteed . : tool , donated ! wnB" Sa
nrdnys ; entnloRiic mailed free. Molcr hystem
llarber Schools. C.ilcaeo or St. I- ° ulfMe2j u.
' y DIVINH nnAi.F.n sciuiADnit. A nr.i.iA
. innniBer with imquesllanal.le references ni
to nljlllty nnd charn"tcr ; to such n liberal con
nddrcMlnK Mrs. Au
trict can l.c nrranited by
Kiift Schradcr , Sioux City. la. ll-.MMl 7'
WANTKD ! S'otiNo MAN WHO UNDKR
Vtnnl-i ilomcllilim of tinner's trnde. A-Wr
, > V. W. Coates & Co. , Plattsmouth. Neb.
. . . i vn-n snvuitAij I.-AITHFUI. i'insoNf
to mJl" our l.ulnes , from their own town-
SMarv riM nnd . pense-i. nefcrenco. Knee ! .
BHaddressed Htamp l envelope. The r > o ; > ln'jn
Cuniliany. Pn't. N. ClilcaKo. H-M641-8'
D TWO FiusT-cuv 3
OY TO unAi ) TO AND WALK
ltlnniwalM : must live noirHan. com park ,
-Call forenoons only at 1511 South 29th M.
OOOD SALAHY DURINO EXPOSITION. AND
board nnd eomml-lon now < for competent hotel
rr n at Saratoga. 21th and Ames avenue. Appli
' ' jS- " '
8 P , m.
WITH FAIU EDUCATION CAN IIAV.
haf lntlre.t .n . ? ocl paying huMne ; ta >
cash ; no agents. Address II fo. Ig MCJJ , .
\V.\XTED T 'KSI.\IE HELP.
100 C.1IILS KOK ALL KINDS Ol" WOUK ; > 3 TO
week. Canadian OOlce. 1312
\VANTID. : COMPETENT OIHIIL. WITH HKF-
ciences , for tecond work. 1120 Parlc av
VANTKD. KIIIST CLASS COOK APPLY MRS.
\V. II. McConl , 2201 C-C14
( LADIKS AND OIRUS TO DO NIlITDLn WORK
nt home ; we pay hy the piece : $4 to J7 per week
oi ltv made : experience unnecessary. Call
rooms 33 nn.l 33. Harkcr block. C-MC35 " >
V'ANTKD , COMPBTCNT SECOND OIRL. , SKO
I'arnam , C ! C02 8
LADY CLURK-MUST HAVR OOOD
tlon nnd refeienres ; wanes. J10 week ilsht
party. AddressImmediately. . J 1 , eM 7.
FOH nKST IIOUSKS.
ioic HOtTsis & COTTAGES ALL OVER
city. 13 to 73. fidelity. 1st Moor N. Y.JLIfe.
iiorsis7 wAuuxcn. BROWN HLOCK. II
and Doviln . _ " -
l < Aliai : LIST , M'CAOUE. liTH AND DODO E.
IIOUSCS , PLATS. OARVIN 11ROS. , 1C13 TAR'M
. J. II. SHKRWOOD , 3 N. Y. LIFE.
IN ALVl'AHTS OF THIJ CITY. THE
O. 1Uavls Company , 1503 Farnatn. D 431
llOt'Sr.3. UKNr.WA & CO. , 10S N. 15TII ST.
: f7 ! STORES. IHMIS , PAXTON
l-OR RENT. NINE-ROOM IIOUSR ; CON-
venlent. modern , liomellke ; liest i evidence dls-
trict : few minutes' wnlk from postodlce ; lurn
It desired , Inciulro IOC N. Y , Llfo tiulldlnir.
NEW rOTTAOC. MONTHLY PAVMBNT3. 604
Ilee llldi , D-M531
JTJ KAfiT OMAHA SEVERAL HUNDRED
ncre.i ot land , sviltalilcs for panlen nml fnrm
nuirofS. Also several pleasant cottnc . with
city water nnd convenient to car lln . Inqulr
nt re < ldrnce of U S. Halnes , 21st Rt. nnd
T.ocmt Avc. . East Omalu. D 757
AV ELHOANT MODERN NINE-ROOM RRICK !
Vrtwelllni ? . C03 Pouth ! tlh , JM.
Tin plecant modern 8-room hrlck dwelllnir.104
Park Avo. . 55. Apply W. B , Melkle. 1st Nat
Hank l.ldg. D-M9SO
DETACHED MODERN i-ROOM , ALSO 9-ROOM
honio : key * at 254S Cap. Ave. Tel. 073. n. H.
Hoblson. D-M 5
FOR RENT , BPLBNDID HOUSFJ AND RARN
with lare Rrounds : conveniently located.
' John W. Robbing. Agent , IMS Farnam St.
D MSS3 I
MOVINO HOUSEHOLn OOOD < 4 AND PIANOS
Om. Von * Storags Co. , 131IM Farnam. Tel. 1353
KXOEPTIOKAL OPPORTUNITY FOR RIOII-
party to op n an e ; luslvi family hotel nd
apartment house for railroad and depot em
rloycs on South 10th street , Omaha , within inwo
'blocks of the new HurllnKton nnd Union Pa
clfja dei > ots : new bulldlne contains CO larg
rooms ; accommodation * tor nbout 100 person !
will leas * for term to responslblo party who ha
capital to furnish and conduct a flrst-clas
place. II 6 < . Deo. P-KO
RMALIj HOUSES OUTSIDE. t < TO I4 ; I
room. 61J B. Hth. 3i. 604 Ilea
WOK RENT-NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMi
reasonabla price * . 24tl Dodge. _ - IIM.
INFORMATION DUREAU , W _ PARNAJ
" ° ° M31 * "
BOOMS. S30 11ARNEY ST. 1
JJwTJFURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIOH
housekeeping. l 3i tt. 17th at. E-fl3 7 *
IN PRIVATE FAMILY. WITH OR WITIIOIJ
board. 191 $ Dodce. E Alf-6 lf
O-WO NBWLY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM !
reasonable ; call evenings or Sunday. 210 8
ISth Ave. B-M68" ! '
FURNISHED ROOM3. S31I DOUGL.V
P-MM9 8 <
fcooua SUITADIJ : FOR. TOUNQ UEN. ci i
ROOMS AND no.vnn.
TUB MERRIAM. FIRST-CLASS FAMILY HOtel -
tel , 23th and Dodge Hts. F 463
HANDSOMB PARtXJRS. F.K SUITE. SMALLER
ruonn , ( rood board , Tha Iloio , 2029 llarney.
FIRST-CUVSS ROOM AND BOARD. 1T21
DodR , T MJ Mil"
KI/JNDIKK HOTEL , S. n. COR ITTII AND
Webster Sts.j steam heat rooms Jl.W per week
and up. F M633
FURNISHED ROOMS WITH IJOARD. ! 13
F MS13 7 *
UTOPIA , 1721 DAVENPORT ; TRANSIENTS
accommodated. F C13 Al *
HANDSOME LAROB FRONT ROOMS. WITH
board ; references. 103 N. 18th. F M70I 8 *
KI.KOANT FRONT ROOMS , 8TEAM HEATED ;
llrst class board. 190J Capitol o\e. F MTU 9 *
NICE. LAROE SOUTH ROOM WITH. BOARD.
Ill North Uth utrect. F 11713 7
I'Oll IlE.VTl\PUHMSIIRn ) 11OOMS.
LAROE UNFURNISHED PARIX3R. 2021 CAM-
fornla. a-o 5
KOll HK.\T STOIlliS AXD OFFICES.
FOR RENT IN THE REU HUILDINai
One larce corner room , 2d lloor , with vault and
private office , water , ctii.
Ono large front room , 2d floor , divided Into two
rooms by partition ; wnter , etc.
Ono large corner room , ? d floor , with vault ,
wnter , etc.
One front room , dlxldcd by partition , Sd , fljor.
Ono corner room , with vault , 3.1 floor.
Ono larso room , 3d floor , with partltlon dlvldlnu
It Into one large room and tbo smaller prUate
rooms ; water , etc.
Two larK cround lloor rooms , fronting I7ti ! St. ,
Several small rooms on 4th lloor , with vaults.
AH these rooms arc heated with steam , electric
lights , supplied with llrst-clais Janitor service.
Elevators run day nnd all nlghti bulldlne
strictly fireproof. Apply to Superintendent
Room 104. Hue building. I-1M
FOR RENT-DESK ROOM IN GROUND FLOOR
office , Ree building ; water , steam heat , electric
light and Janitor rcrvlce. Apply to Superin
tendent , Bco building. 1-197
FOR RENT THE i-STORY RRICK P.UILU1NO
nt ! > IC Farnam Ht. This building has a fireproof
cement basement ! water on all doors ; gas , otc ,
Apply at the office ot The lice. I-fllO
PACIFIC STORAGE AND WAREHOUSE CO. ,
903-910 Jones ; general stoiage and forwarding
OM. VAN & STORAGE , I51H4 FARN'M. TEL 1WO
SECOND-HAND STEEL HOTEL RANGES OV
nil kind' , cheap. 13)7 Farnam. O M914 Mil
ICOK SAI.K IIOHSKS , WAC.OXS , ETC ,
FARM noRsr.s ryn SALE. APPLY PACIFIC
Kxpress Co. , Omaha. Neb. P Mlitfl 11
IIL'GOY , FOUR MONTHS USED ; FULL
length top : Halicock make ; a bargain. Iinnlro
Room 5 , Drexfl hotel. P MCC.7 9
FOU SAM : MISCUI.L.VNKOUS.
FINE WHITE SAWDUST FOR FLOORS. ETC.
conrrc for ice , at | 3. < W per cord. Tel , 458. 90
Douglas. Q 4C5
HOHSi : CLIPPING MACHINES , KNIVES AND
rppalrp , all standard makes , on hand ; grind1
Inn razors , shears , clippers ; prompt tervlcc
A. 1 > Umlclnnd. Q MSTp
PURE PLYMOUTH ROCK EGGS FOR SET
tines ! COo ; roosters , $1.00. 832 North 2Cth.Q .
SEED SWEET POTATOES , ll.DO PER BBL.
ThcoJoro Williams , G7th and Mllltnry Ave.
Omaha , Neb. Q-MJSC MayJ
NOAH PERRY , .IOI1HER AND WHOLESALE
dealer In sewer pipe and stoneware. 4 7
Dodsa street , OmaJia Neb. Telephone SW.
Q-M5C7 A !
FOR SAI.n-1.000 DOORS * WINDOWS : AL-3O
lumber , cheap. J. Ruel , 231 C3th streot. Chlcnso ,
CHICKEN , HOO AND.J. WN FtlNCKS ; AL
wire : Is best , ' Wlro Work * , 14th and Ilnnicj * .
( } - } >
FOR SALE-ONE OF THU REST DAIRIES I
the cltv. Genuine baicnln. Inquire J.
Kemp Feed Co. , 27th and Irfavenworth.
FOR SALE. AROUT 40.COO 2ND HAND ST ,
iLouls nre brick nnd S..CCO building brick , alsc
boilers , engine and brick machinery. Wm. J ,
Welshana , City Hall , 1'hone 2CI. Q M677
GROCERY STOCK. NEAT. CLEAN ; OOOD LO
cation , good buelness ; invoice nbout is.1 * ) ; n
trade. W. A. Spencer , 1C14 Farnam.
Farnam.Q M676 7
FRF.SH .TERSEY COW , 18 QTS. DAILY , O :
will exchange for large young horse. 4818 Cap ,
Ave n Q MCSC'
NEW PIANOS , IVORY KBYR. FANCY CASES ,
$100.00 ; worth $275.00. Mueller Piano and Or
gan Co. , 16th nnd Farnam. Q M703 8
FOR SALE ONE OF Tim RUST DAIRIES IN
the city. Genuine bargain. Inquire J. I.
Kemp Teed O. , 21th and Leavenworth.Q .
PATKNTDD AND UNPATENTED INVEN'-
tlons bought nnd sold. C. A. Unas. Commercial
bids. . St. Louis , R-MC03 U *
DR. A. WHEELED. PALMIST AND AST ° O > V
oirer. room 1 , OrvlsrMon b'k. S M199 Mta *
MASSAGE , n.VTIIS , ETC.
REE BUILDING SANITARIUM ; SCIENTIFIC
tnnsiage , Swedish movements , clectrls treit-
ment nnd medical baths ; graduated masseuse
for ladles. Dr. C , W , Malmqulat. Mcr. , rooms
109-110 Ilee Building , T M8S3 M12
LAURA KLLISON , CROUN.SE RLOCK. 119 N.
16th , room 13 , upstairs ; bath and massage.
T-M711 12 *
MRS. DR. LEON , ELECTRIC MASSAGE RATH
rarlors : restful and curatUe. 417 S. 11th , up-
etalrs. T-M714 13
VIAVI FOR UTERINE TROURLES. 346-R REE
Bldg ; physician consultation or health book free.
- CLOTHES CLKANKD. PRESSED AND RE-
- pnlrcd : day or nlcht ; dress sulln for hire.
Pnntorlum , N , E. Cor. 14th and Farnam. Tel.
LADIES. IIAVB YOUR HAIR DRESSED BIN
forp going downtown at the hnlrdresslnir
parlors of time. O. Payne , 2303 I aicnworth
st. ; tel. 1S61 ; nrtlstto mnnlcurlnfr. superlluous
hair and facial blemishes removed with elec
tricity ; strictly private. U-M799 Mil *
* HORSES CLIPPED. SHORT NOTICE ; ONLY
electric clippers In city , Tel. 60. McCormac &
Baunley , 14th & Howard. U S30
310XEY TO LOAN HEAL ESTATE.
MOTLEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES. THE
O F. Davis Co. , 1503 Farnam St. W 468
IjOAN ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED CITY
. properly. W. Farnam Smith & Co. , 1310 Far'm
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
real estate. Iirennan-Lo\ Co. , 219 S. Ulh. _
514 PER CENT MONEY. BUMIS. PAXTON Rlk.
PKR CENT MONEY ON NED. FARMS & OMA
ha property. W. IS. Melkle , 1st Nafl Bank Bide
; W M471
- C PER CENT CITY AND FARM LOANS.
Garvln Bros. , 1OJ Farnam St , W M471
WANTED. CHOICE FARM AND CITY LOANS
11. C. Peteri & Co. . U. B. Nafl Bank Bldj.
1300 LOAN WANTEp. OS BEE. W-iM
MONEY LOANED ON MPROVED REAL ES
tale In Omaha , Council Bluffs ft South Omaha
W. II. Thomas , W3 First Nafl Bank , Omaha
AT LOW RATES ON FARMS & IMPROVEI
city property. H. A. Westereld , 113 1st N'l Rk
W 755 MS
1100.000.00 SPECIAL FUND TO LOAN O >
llrst-clasa Unproved Omaha property , or ror
. bulldlne purpose * . Fidelity Trust company.
ND ANTHONY LOAN & TRUST CO. . 31S N. Y. k
quick monty at low ratea for choice farm land
In Iowa , northern MUsourt , eastern N'braski
HT WANTED APPLICATIONS FOB 15.000 00 ;
for } ? .C"X > . and on * for $1.000. and Bmalltr cnri
farm security preferred. F. D , Wad. l t
lUT and Douglas. W M7-J
LIFE INSURANCK POUCIE3 BOUOHT FO !
cash , nichard Utrxfeld. lit Liflall * St. . Ch !
1 MONEY tOANKOOtTunt INaURANCSJ POI
/1H&- . fcU
MOJfRY TO I.OAJf CHATTELS.
$11 TO $10,0 TO I/DAN ON
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND PIANOS' ' ,
HORSES. WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS , I7TC. ,
at lowest rntei In
Omaha. South Omaha nnd Council Bluff * .
No removal of guo < l i strictly confidential ; ymi
can pay ihc loan off at any tlmo or in any
amounts.OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO. .
308 South l tli St.
THE OLDEST , LMtOEST AND ONLY INCOR
PORATED LOAN COMPANY IN OMAHA.
II US I.ESS CIIAXr.KS.
TO GET IN OR OUT OF BUSINESS GO TO J.
J. Gibson , 511 pirrt Nnfl Bunk. Y 4T9
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION FIRM. SOUTH
Omaha , wants man with large capital for pin
ner ; business thoroughly establlihe.l ; references -
ences nrst-clas . Box 413 , Omnlm. Y M3IJ
FOR SALE , MONOPOLY. EXCLUSIVE RIGHT
In rndse. business for lO.OCO. Yon can ftep In
large pa > lnK business In eastern NebrapkB.
Small expense , no opposition , guaranteed ; In
vestigation solicited. Addreis II 36. Omaha
Bee. Y M533 S
J. I. WATT. BUILDER AND GENERAL .TOIL
blng. 2415 Emmet street. Y M&J7 A2
FOR HALE. CO-ROOM HOTEL ; RENT ONLY
$140 ; con be handled with $ liffl ; a sure win
ner ; nl o several rooming hou t nnd other
business stands. C. C. Shlmer. with Oarvln
Bros. . 1613 Farnam St. Y MK4 7
NOTICE-A 1C4-ACRE FARM , ALL CLEAR.
for sale , or will trade for a well located drug
stock In fostorn NoUrniko. Address H 32.
Omaha Bee. for particulars. H MG.1V-S *
GOOD , WELL IMPROVED FARM. NORTHeastern -
eastern Nebraska , for hardware stock.
33x140. with two cottages , will rent for $ J2.DO ;
clear ; for improved ncre property.
ICO ncros Improved Kansas farm ; small encum
brance , for Omaha rlty or suburban property ;
Improved , or acre property , near country town.
George O. Wallace , 312 J. J. Broun Block.
i-'Oll SALE HEAL ESTATE.
KRONTJ5E PLACE BARGAINS. $2.500. $3.750 TO
IC.OOO. J. J. Gibson , 614 First Nat. Bank Ride.
HOUSES. LOTS. FARMS. LANDS , I.OANS ,
also lire Insurance , Bemls , Paxton blk.RE
7-R. MODERN COTTAGE. EAST FRONT ,
choice location. 3CJ N. 40th ; cheap : easy tcnvo.
FOLLOWING DESIRABLE PROPERTY : 1JUSI-
nrM lot corner. Mtl39 ft , , In So. Omaha , p-uvil.
Buslneii lot , MxlM feet. Improved , Soutli Omaha ,
Tract (24 ( lots ) , SGtli St.
Tract (2. ( ) lots ) 30th St.
For particulars apply 1012 Farnam St.
NEW , MODERN C-ROOM COTTAGE , LARGE
lot. $ jOO cash , balance to suit. Addrris O 31.
EIGHT I.OTS IN SAUNDERS * ItLMEIlAUOH'S
addition at JCOO cash : two block * from paved
street and motor ; on grade. A. P. Tukey. City
FOR SALK. LAROE IX > T , COxlSS. WITH TWO
cottagM. near 12lh nnd Center Sta , will go
cheap If sold this week. F. D. W "id. Ililh nnd
Douglas Ri-SS2 J2
GREAT SACRiriCB , BLOCK OF RESIllENCEf
lot CCxl32 : 4 blocks from High school. Ad
dress II 31. Ree. RE-53J Al
SNAI'S-4"iX60 FEET ON 1STII NEAR DODGE
street , Eiiltable for 2 brick houses , price $2,700
C6T133 foot with brick house , N. F. . rornn
20th and Cumlng etrrets. price $6VO. ( .1. N ,
Frcnrcr. cpp. old P. O. RE M594
FINE IRRIGATED LANDS WITH WATER
right on 10 j ears' time at C per cent : n. chance
of n lifetime ; write for book describing land
In connection with this we do n central ica
estate nnd loan bin. Wynmlnz Devflopmen
Co. , 1CI4 Capitol Avc. , Omaha. L , L. Johnson ,
agent. Ri : M411 M27
YOU WILL MISS IT IF YOU DON'T PUT
pome money Into Omaha real estate nt present
there are manv bargains ; here are some fo
people of small means :
Good lot In Dundee Place. $250.
Gond lot In Omaha Height * . $50.
Five acres , northwest , In city limit ! ' . tMO.
One ncre , northwest. In city limits $100.
Nice little home on North 10th st. ( paving nl
paid ) , $1,500
MxlSS , cor. 17th nnd Martha , small hwse. $1.MO
Five building lots , Stevens Rlace. block from
Sherman nvenufc car , , sewer tax pild , J300.
Modern , 10-room houso. Pcpvleton Park , lars
barn , all conveniences. $2,400.
George O.Wallace , 312 J. J. Brown TTInck.
RE 5. . . . o
5IIOHT1IAXD AND TVI'EWIIITEIIS.
AT OMAHA DL'S.COLLEQE , ICTH & DOt'GKAf
DOYLES' SCHOOL ONLY ONE IN OMAH.
wlicro court reporters are teachers , 403-407 lie
BELLE IMNLEY , 612 N. Y. LIKE. 701 MG
A. C. VAN RANT'S SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND
and typewriting. 717 N. Y. Life. orf nth - fo *
lowing advantages ; Individual Instnictlnn-i hi
experienced teichers nnd skillful stenographers
up-to-date methods ; latest textbooks : 'ouch r\r
tern of typewrltlne If prcferrod ; premiums thn
keep up an Interest : participation In nctua
worK , for which students receive cnsh piy
mentii , In some cases nmountlnpr to more tha-
tuition : money refunded for unexplred time , I
students ore not satisfied : free trial w ek
Interested parties Invited to visit the fehoo
and see Its facilities , method. , work of It ;
ntudents nnil class of students In attendance.
OMAHA SHORTHAND COLLEGE. P.OYD'
theater. 300 MM *
PETERSEN'S MUSIC SCFIOOL : PIANO. VIO
Un. mandolin , sul'ar , zlf.icr : German mcthoi'
613 Sheely hlock ; terms reasonable. MO Apt *
FOR l YOU CAN GET YOUR WHEEL CLEANed , -
ed and adjusted. Om lllcjcle Co'u. Phone Kuo.
M. S. WALKIN , 2111 CUMING. TEL. 1331.
n.vi'osiTiox rnoxTARES FOU nuxr.
GROUND LEASES FRONTING EXPOSITION ,
llemls , Pnxton Illk. -4S3
WE SOLICIT AND FURNISH POSITIONS'TOR
Stcnoirraphers free. Tin Smith-Premier Tjpe-
wrlter Co. Telephone , 1254. 41)0 )
CITY EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. 1417 TARNAM
stret. Rooms 2 and 3. Tel. 1404. 433
TYPEWRITERS IXR RENT 14 CO PER MONTH.
The Smith-Premier Typewriter Co. , 1C13 Fnr-
nam St. : telephone , KS4. 431
, DRESSMAKING , FAMILIES. 2304 UAVENIXJRT
277 MM *
IIOTKLS FOR niJXT.
BUIIJJING. SUITABLE FOR HOTEL : 50
rooms and larg store room ; central location.
Btrnls. Paxton Illk. 00
LOUISVILLE BRICK CO. . B'D TRADE ; tel. 152
II. MAROWITZ LOANS MONEY. 413 N. 16TII
, NOTICE TO CO.\TUACTOUS.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids for the construction of the
. North and South Park Colonnades on the
Exposition grounds will be received untl
11 o'clock Wednesday. March 9 , 1S9S.
Plans and specifications can bo seen IJ
the department office , corner 15th am
Spencer streets , or sets will be furnlshec
bidders at cost.
: The right Is reserved to reject any or ill
* bids. P. P. KIRKENDALt , .
. Mgr. Qrds. and Bdttr. Dcpt. , Trnnsmlasls
Blppl and International Exposition.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids for 'tho construction of th
Dairy bulldlne on the exposition eround
will be received until U o'clock a , m. Thura
day. March 10. 1898.
( Plans and opecltlcatlona can bo Been o
tb department office , corner Fifteenth an
The light U reserved to reject any or all !
bids. Y. P. KIRKENPALU
Manager Orounda and Building Departmer
TranamiMlwIopl and International Uxpoil
, 4UM. I WMUM&K
POPOSALS ron iivju. . s. INDIAN
Service , Pine nidge Agency , Pine Hldga ,
S. D. . February If. ' ISSJ. Scaled pro
posals , Indorsed "FrcVfiosnls for Bulls"
and addressed to thb'nmltrslgned at Pine
IJIdRO. Shannon courit > S"8 D. . will bo re
ceived nt this nsencVwilll 1 o'clock p. in.
of Saturday , Match TJthviS93 , for furnishing
nnd dellvcrlnB at thU' ' * ncy not later than
May 1 , 1S3S. ono hllhrtred (100) ) bulls , full
lilomlfl , ellglliln torefll ry ; Polled Angus or
Hereford preferred : trot less than two nor
moro than four yen * aid ; free from b'.om-
Ifhes. strnlslit nnd trflooth : to weigh not
less than 1.000 poutute 'oAch and to nverngo
not less than 1,100 Touml * . Hlddors will
state clearly In thtftrv-liids the proposed
lirlco of ench nnlmnl. n < All nnlmaU offered
for delivery under any fcontract will bo sub
ject to n rlRld Inspootlon. Thn right la re-
eorvod to reject any and all bids , or any
part of any bid , If ilo < wd , for the be. < t In-
teroMs of the government. Certified Checks
Ench bid mint be accompanied by a certi
fied check or draft upon some United States
depository or solvent national bank In the
Vicinity of the rosldnnco of Iho bidder , made
payable to the order of the Commissioner
of Indian Affairs , for nt least live per cent
of the amount of the. proposal , which checker
or draft will bo fo > foiled to the United
States In case any bidder or bidders receiv
ing HII award shall fall to promptly execute
n , contract with Rood and sutllclent sureties ,
otherwise ) to be returned to the bidder , lllds
accompanied by cash In lieu of u certified
clu-ck will not bo considered. For any ad
ditional Information apply to Major W. H.
Clapp , Acting U. S. IndLin Agent.
( Should be rtad DAIIA" by all Interested
an changes may occur at any time. )
Korelgn malls for the weeU ending March
12 , 1SSS , will close ( PHOMPTI.Y In nil
cases ) at the general post olllco as fol-
lown : PAKCKLS POST MAILS close one
hour earlier than closing tlmo shown
.TUESDAY . At G n. m. for RUI OPE. per
. 9. Havel * , via Southampton and llremon
( letters for Ireland must 'be directed 'V > er
Havel" ) .
WEDNESDAY At 7 n. TO. for EUROPE.
per s. p. La Oascogne , vl.i Ilnvro ( let
ters must be dlrectcvl "per La Gascognc" ) ;
nt 7 a. m. ( supplementary 'J n. in. ) for
EUItOPB per s. s. St. Paul' , via South
ampton ( letters Tor Ireland must be dl-
rcotcd "per St 'Paul" ) ; nt a a. m. ( tup-
plementary 10:20 : n. m. ) for EUKOPE , per
s. s. Teutonic * , via Quccnstown ; at 10 a.
in. for HBIXHUM direct , per s. w. Fries-
land , vl.i Antwerp ( letters must bu dl-
rcctod "per Frlesl.md" ) .
SATURDAY At 6 n. m. for EUROPE , per
tt. s. Lucnnla * . via. Queenstown ; at S u. m.
for NETHERLANDS direct , per s. s. Ol > -
dam , vlt Rotterdam ( letters must bo < 11-
rcatcd ' per Obdam" ) ; at S a. m. for GE
NOA , per s. s. Wcrra ( letters must bo di
rected "per \\'erra" ) : at 10 a. m. for
SCOTLAND direct , per s. s. Ethiopia , vl.i
Glasgow ( letters must bo directed "per
Ethiopia" ) .
PRINTED MATTER. KTC. German steamers
palling on Tuesdays take Printed Matter , etc. ,
for Germany , nnd Specially Addressed Printed
Matter , etc . for other pirta of Kurrpc. Amer
loan and White Star steamers on Wednosdajs.
German steamers on Thursdays , nnd Cunard.
French niul ( leiman Btoamers on Haturdajs take
Printed Mattel , eli1. . for all cuuntrlcs lor which
they are advertised to cary mui : .
After the clOJlnp 01' tha Supplementary Trans
Atlantic Slalis named aco\e. addltlonnl tupplo-
inentniy niiill < are opened on the piers of the
American. K.igllsh , Trench and German steam ,
era. tin I iciium noen untliilthln Ten Minutes
of the hour or calling oc teamer.
Malln for Smith nnil. Ct-ntrnl .VnierlcJi ,
Wont InitlvH , r.te.
MONDAY At S p. ' , m''ffor ' TIELIKE , PU-
EUTO CORTEX ami .GUATEMALA , tier
stpamor from Now yflbans.
TUESDAY At 11 a | rrt. ( siipplemennry
11:3) : a. m. ) for VENEZUELA and CU-
IIACAO. ale SAA7ANTLLA and CAR-
THAOBNA , via Citrir.no. per s. s. Car
acas ; at 1 p. m. fof INAGUA and HAITI ,
for NASSAU X , I' , , per s. a. .Miami , from
iMlnml. Kin. : nt S120 1 > . in. for NEW
FOUNDLAND , por. steamer from North
Sydney ; at 9 p. ru. . fcmVl'OllT ANTONIO ,
per steamer from .noston.
'WEDNESDAY-At ' 4i3 ; . % .Tn. for PORT
ANTONIO , pet uteoTner from Phlladel-
plili ; : it 1 p. m. for C THA , per s. s. Yu-
cntnn. via Havana. J
THURSDAY At 10 n"m. . ( supplementary
11 a. m. ) for CENTRAL AMKUICA ( except
Costa nica ) anil SOUTH PACIFIC
POUTS , per s. s. Alllnnca , via Colon ( let
ters for auntema'a mus.t . l > ° directed "per
Alllnnca" ) ; nt 11 a. m. for PP.OGUH30 ,
( per s. 8. Mexico ( loiters for other parts
of Mexico must he directed "per'Mexico" ) ;
nt 1 p. m. ( supplementary 1:30 : p. in. ) for
NASSAU , N. IP. , and SANTIAGO DB
CUUA. per s. s. Niagara.
Pill DAY At * * 7 p. m. .for NASSAU. N. P. ,
per a a Miami , from LMIunil , Kla.
SATUHDAY-At S a. m. for BKHMUDA ,
per s. s. Trinidad ; nt 10 a , m. ( cutole-
Tnentary 10:30 : a. in. ) for FORTUNE
ISLAND. JAMAICA. SAVANILLA and
GRI3YTOWN per s. s. Adirondack ( let
ters for Costa. Rica must be directed "per
Adirondack" ) ; nt 10 a. m. ( supplementary
10rx : ) a. m. ) for HAITI and SANTA MAR
THA. iper s. a. Holsteln : at 10:0 : : : n. m. for
'CAMPECHE ' , CHIAPAS , TABASCO and
YUCATAN , per s. s. City ot Washington
( letters for other parts of Mexico and
'for ' Cuba must be directed "per CItv of
Washington" ) ; at 12:30 : p. m. ( supplement
ary 1 p. m. ) for ST. THOMAS. ST.
OIIOIX. LEEWARD and WINDWARD
ISLANDS , per s. s. Pretoria ( letters for
Grenada , Trinidad and Tobago must be.
dliectcd "per Pretoria" ) ; at SOT : p. m. for
NEWFOUNDLAND , per steamer from
. m. for NASSAU. N. P.
per s. s. Miami , from Miami , Fla.
Malls for Newfoundland , by rail to Ilnlltnx nnd
thence by ftean.cr. close nt tills onicf dallv nt
8:50 : p m. Malls for Mwuolon , uy rail to llos-
ton and theicc by btcamcr. close nt this olllco
dally nt 8:30 : p. m. Malls for Cuba close nt
this ollloe dally nt 7 : < W n. m. for forwardlns
by steameiR cal'.insr ( Moimcy * nnd Thursdays )
from Port Tampa. KM. Malls for Mexico City.
rr.erland. unlci1.1 * specially addiwed for dispatch
by steamer , cloze at this odlcc dally nt 3:30 :
n'm. . and ! :50 : p. Tn. "Registered mall closes
ut C.OO p. m. pic\lous day.
Malls for China , Japan and Hawaii , per s.
s. Doric ( from San Francisco ) , close here
lally up 'to March C at GGO : p. m. .Mills
for 'Hawaii , per s . s. Xealamlla ( from San
Francisco ) , close hero dally up to March
nt CSO : ji. m. 'Malls ' for China and Japan
per s. s. Tacoma ( from T.xcoma ) . close
hero daily up to 'March * * at CI : p. m
'Malls ' for Australia ( except those for WPSI
Australia ) , mhlch are forwarded via Ku-
rope. Now Xealand , Hawaii. FIJI and Samoan
moan Islands , per s. s. .Mo.ma ( from Bar
Francisco ) , close here , dally up to Mnrcli
13 at 7 a. m. . 11 a. in. and C'M : p. m. (01 (
on arrival at Ne.vl York of s. s. Campanln
with British malls for Austialla ) . Malls
for China and Japan ( specially addressei
only ) T > er s. s. Empress of India ( fron
Vancouver ) , close hero dally up to Mnrct
21 at 6:30 : p. m. Malls for the Socletj
Islands , per ship Tropic Bird ( from Sai
l-'ranclsco ) , close here , dally up to Marcl
23 nt GS : ) p. m. 'Mal for Australia ( ex.
cnpt West Australia ) , , Now Zealand. Hu
wall and FIJI Islamls , , 'per s. s. Mlower :
( from Vancouver ) , -close hero dally aftei
larch 1S and up' larch 31 at C:3i :
p. i i
Trans-Pacinc malls arn.forwnrded to port of ( all
InB dally and tr-e fhfule of closlns Is ar
ranKed on th * presvrmption of their unlnter
Tuptcd overland lrrfnsl Registered mal
closes nt P m. pretlubs. day.
CORNELIUS VAN1COTT. Postmaster
Postolllce , New Yorku IH , Y. . larch 4. 1S33
UNION I'AqtFIC-"THE OVER
land Route T-Oeneral Offices. N
E. Corner , Ninth and Farnan
Streets , 'cify Ticket Ofllce. 130
Farnam Btlrvet. Telephone 816
Depot , Tenth1 and Mason Streets
Telephone 123. . .
, * o'Leavo. Anlve
"The Overland Limited" HI
for Denver , Salt Lake , , , , . . . . .
western points il J 8:50 : ara 4:45 : pr
Th Colorado Special ,
for Denver and all
Colorado points * lt:55 pro 7:00 : ar
Fast roall train for
Bait Lake. 1'aclrto
co st and all western
points 4Mpra : T.OO ai
Lincoln. Beatrice and
> Stromsburs Eipress . . 5:00 : pro "iz : ? ) pt
2 Norfolk. Grand 1 -
land and Kearney 4S3r' :
Grand Islnd Express. . 3:00 : pn "U O pi
Daily. Dally except Sunday.
Council Blurts Local-Leaves , : ) a. m. ; : !
a ' m ; 7:40 : a. m. ; 8:40 : a. m , ; 10:30 : a. m , ; 2 : !
p' m. ; 4:3S : p. m. : 5:53 p. ro * :20 : p. m. ; ! ) : (
p m. Arrives. : M a , m.t 7:20 : a. m. : 8:33 : a
m , : ll:30 : a. m. ; 3:10 : p. m , ; 5:40 : p. n ; . ; C30 p. ro
:05 : p. m. ; l ° :4i : p. m.
) MAIIA & ST. LOUIS RAILROA [
Omaha , Kama * City & Gas
cm Railroad "The Port Arthi
Route" Ticket Office , 1414 Fam
Btrtt. Tlenhoo , S2I. I > epo
TenUi and Mason Btretts. Tel
St. Ixmls Cannon Ball
nt Exoreaa . 4Ji : pnt * tliM a
PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN ALASKA
Educational Accommodation Provided for
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE YOUNGSTERS
SlntP Heller for .lohnn llopklnn tint-
remitVlitmlnu ; nn IMiieiitlon
UuvHopinrnt of Illuh Solioul *
In New York State. .
Undo Sam has his public school system
In bleak Alaska as well as tn the stated.
Hut , Instead ot large , lluuly equipped school
buildings which accommodate eevcral hun
dred graded scholars'the ' school children there
etudy their lessons lu rough frame houses.
The missionary , \\Cio Is often the teaU'icr ,
too , usually llvea In part ot tt. There la
only one rcom In the school , and , except In
Sltka , the capital , there Is only one grade ,
the primary , for these llttlo Usklmo chil
dren arc but just bogln'nttig ' to understand
If ono of our public school scholars here |
at home could pay a visit to an Alaskan
public echoM ho would sea many things to ! j
Interest him atul to cause him nstonlstimei. ! .
Most of all , he would bo Impressed by Km
good behavior of the scholars durltig school
honra. He has never eeen such correct de
portment in the scholars In his o u school.
The llttlo Eskimos are aeldom reproved ,
They" are very obedient to their parents , nei
well as their teachers , ( Hough they are al
most never punUdcd.
Nor do thcno children ever want to plaj
"hookey. " The truth la that they are verj
much dlsipoolntod If anything prevents their
attending school. They like to work , are
naturally Industrious and learn quickly.
They prefer writing and diuwltig to any-
vorslly. A fund of $250,000 wns subscrlheil
by citizens of Maryland to make up the loss
of railroad Income , but this sum was Insuffi
cient to sustain the university. Now an ap
peal la to be mailo to the state legislature
for sutllclent funds to maintain the univer
sity until -tho former tncomo la restored. The
petition for the relief ot the university Is
signed by thousands of taxpayers and tlicro
Is reason to bcllevo the legislature will grant
ABUSINQ AN EDUCATION.
In a thoughtful paper on "A Waste of Ed
ucation , " In the March Woman's Homo Com
panion , Hraiul Dunner Huddlreton speaks of
the tendency of women to permit their tal
ents to rust out :
"Mental culture may bo the most costly or
the most valuable gift of parents to their
children Just as they cans for It after they
get It. It Is certain that few would equally
neglect a material property of like mon
etary cost cs they often do their educations.
This , too , when money Is the very shortest
tape-line by which a mental gift may bo
measured. I'eiharn It Is due In part to the
.mistaken Idea that when we have quitted
j the school room we carry with us a stationary -
' ary fund of knowledge that will , or ought
, , to , bo sufficient for our future.
i "Look at the piles of hard dollars and
jtho Illimitable hours ot time' spent every
year In the study and practice cf music
ialono : except for the good they are to
teachers and to the makers of musical In-
etrumcnts , the half might as well he wiped
of existence nt one clean sneep. A Ac
cent llttlo eternity might be made out of
the time. And this continues to exlat and
repeat Itself generation after generation In
the very face of the fact that music Is
an Incomparable addition to home life and
on that account , If for no more lofty or
aclflsh reason , ought to be perfected and
i never neglected by women.
"How many of your women friends will
undertake to entertain even the family
circle with a creditable performance ? Usu
ally their pianos stand Idle from the pcrlc i
Immediately succeeding their marriage until
there are daughters old enough to he put
at lessons ; then the old folly will bo re
peated. What folly ? Not the placing of
children to study nitMlc or any other nc-
n-ntniice of the existing state of thine"
compllshmcnt that Is for tholr good or tint
the profosntonul schools and receive license *
to ptuctko In Now York. New York now lins
In her high schools and academies G3.4GJ
students , or one-eleventh ot the whole num
ber In the United Slates.
In the comparative university table Colum
bia leads with 289 teachers , 1,921 jtudenti
and a not property of $17,903,277. Cornell
lu a clwo second , followed by Now York and
Syracuse universities. In the colleges and
professional and technical schools detailed
tables for the last live years are given ,
which show that , contrary to general opin
ion , money front private sources Is apcnt
more liberally than that paid by taxpayers ,
These higher Institutions In seven years Iiavo
Iturc-ised their expenditures from $3,733SCO
to ? 3.771,3.'o ; the value of buildings and
grounds from Jlu.129.02S to $28.117,974 ; 11-
brnry nnd apparatus' from $ tyjfi,959 to ? 3-
642,156 , rtnJ the total property owned from
J39.0I5.COI to $77,148,944.
The number of Institutions has Increased
In five years from eighty-one to 101 , the ntu-
dents from 22,002 to 2S.007 nnd the graduate *
receiving first degree from 2,303 to 2,72 $ .
During these yeara the medical students
have steadily Increased from 3,420 to 4,025 ,
I a gain of C03 In three years , or 150 during
the last year alone. In law the gain han
been from 1.4S6 to 2,041 , Students already
holding academic degrees have increased
from 510 to G. > 2 , while receipts have grown
from $121,557.32 to $ IS7,151.SS.
1'tilvorxlly nf .VclirriMluine ,
A Homer club haa been formed by student *
: I'rof. Harbour goes to Weeping Water
March SO to deliver a lecture on the geology
I of Nebraska.
I'rof. Swezey of the department of meteorology
elegy wr.j called to Cornell Illuffs last week
as an expert witness In n law' suit.
Work In advanced German claraes Is dlj
versified by rehearsals of popular Herman
Kongts by the students.
I'rof. F. W. Taylor gave his Illustrated
lecture , "Tho Heal Russia , " at KltmvooJ
Itat week to the great delight of all present.
Interest In the final contests In debate ,
which will select a champion to represent
the university liv the Interstate debate with
Knn.7.-.ii , May C , grows keen. There liui
ciover been n time when the spirit of debate
l-1 TTTT-hr , U-Sa$2 $ ' ' |
. . . . . _ ,
DUAWN 11Y HSKIMO CHILDTtBN' .
thing else. They seem , to have n tintural
taste .for hothi Some of tdo pictures drawn
by them without any Instruction arc mucli
better than thcfio drawn by tno average
American child of the pame aqe. They draw
pictures of everything their sledges and
Oojr.s , their dances , their hunting ctul flshlm ;
expeditions , the ( juccr llttlo huts In which
they live , their boats made ot skins , thfclr
moi'Utains nnd their great Icebergs and Ice
floc , which pro so plentiful In the Arctic
regions. They are also fond of mechanical
pursuits of any kind , nnd they Invent In-
gcnloufi llttlo tools to use In their work or
Perhaps ono reason that the Alaskan chil
dren arc so fond of school la that they have
few amusements outside ot It. They would
bo greatly astonished at most of the games
and go6d times of young Americans. At
homo th.o whole family lives In ono small
room through the long itark Arctic winter ,
S3 that It Is no wonder that th.p children are
Glad to get Into a larger place.
TROUBLES OP A UNIVKHSITY.
Johns Hopkins university of Baltimore Is
sorely hampered by financial reverses. Its
troubles are duo to the collapse of the Balti
more & Ohio railroad. When founded twenty-
two years ago It was liberally endowed with
. securities of that railroad , which yielded up
to 1S95 an Income of $150,000 a year. When
the railroad passed Into the hands of receiv
. ers thlo Income disappeared , with the result
of seriously crippling the work of the mil-
ORI,1N(3TON' & MIPSOUIII
ltl\er Hullruad "The HurllnC-
ton lloute" General OHIcei. N.
. W. Corner Tenth end rnrnnm
Streets. Ticket Olllce. 1502
I'nrnam Street. Telephone ! il ) .
Depot , Tenth nnd JlEbon
Streets , Telephone 12S.
Lincoln , Ilastlngi nnd
McCook nm 9:23 : am
Lincoln , Denver , Colorado
. rado , Utah , California ,
lllack Hills. Montana
* anl Puutt Sound 4:35 : pm 4:03 : pm
Lincoln Local > i-.ffi nm 7:10 : pm
Lincoln Fast MalL.t. . . 2:55 : pin 11:40 : nm
C Denver , Colorado , Utah ,
, California and Puget
1 Pally. Dalfy'exeept Sunday
- CHICAGO , RURLINGTON A :
Burlington Qulncy Railroad "Tho Iluil-
IliKton Route" Ticket Olllce.
1502 Farnam Street. Telephone
Route 230. Depot , Tenth nnd Mason
Streets. Telephonu 12S.
T I. > av e. Anlve.
Chicago Vestlbuled Ex. . 5:03 : pm 7:33 : am
CIlicl'KO Hxprrss - _ . . . 4:13 : pm
Chlcair & St. Louis Kx 7:4J : p-n 70 ; > am
Paclllo Junction Local. . " 11CO : am 5:40 : pm
Fact Mall 2:30 : pm
ChlciiKo Special , * 12:0"i : nm 11:50 pm
. Dallr. Dally except Sundav.
KANSAH CITY. ST. JOSEPH
& Council muffs Railroad
Burlington "Tha Burlington lioutc"
Ticket Olllce , 1502 Farnam
Route- Street. Telephone 250. Depot ,
- Tenth and Mason Streets.
Leave. Arrive ,
Kansas City Day Ex. . . 9:03 : am SMC pm
vansas City Night Ex. . * 10:00 : pm 0:30 : am
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILROAD
General Olllccs and Ticket
Oillce. Merchant * National Hank
I3ulldln , 1224 Farnam Sticet.
Telephone 101. Depot , Fifteenth
end Webster Streets. Telephone
1458. . .
' " *
'HjlSurf"1 ? . . . " * ' "m ' P
KLouU Impress . ? . . : : , . 0:30 : pm 8:00 : am
4M ! am
CHICAGO , ROCK ISLAND &
Paclllo Railroad "Tho GrcJt
Rock Island Route" City
Ticket Olllce. IK3 Tarnam
Street. Telephone 428. Depot ,
Tenth and Mason Streets.
Chicago and St. Paul
Vcstlbuled Eipress . . 4 : pm 1:45 : pm
Lincoln. Colorado Ep B .
1'uueblo. Denver ana
ChlcagoY'Dcs Molpes * .
M Rock Island . i.W pm CIS am
03 15 Atlantlo . Kxpre s , for
8:50 : pm
. . . . 10 ; 40 am
5 Vrjallir Ua y except Sunday.
itur CTIICAQO. MILWAUKEE & ST
un Paul Railway City Tlcke
Office , 15 < H Farnam Street
Telephone IS4. Depot , Tentn
and Mason Blreets. Tele-
* . Vboot WLeave. . .
ira Oilc 9 UmltM Ex. . . . t : pm IMS an
On * * * 4M4 O0c c b * U40 4W lM : pro
the purse will permit. Let them have , all
the advantages within reach , but also teach
them appreciation ; the folly consists In fos
tering through example , and by a tacit ac-
the idea that It can bo other than a sinful
waste of time to acquire a good thing and
then neglect It. No ono has any bunlncss
to learn a thing that Is not worth remem
bering. It Is foolish from a merely utili
tarian point of view. Thus It may not bo
pccslblo or desirable for every mother to
teach her own children though some count
It a sweet privilege to do so , yet It pays
them to keep thoroughly posted If only to
jiiOgo of the quality of work being done
by the teacher and to supply that home co
operation which Is so needful to the con
scientious student and the teacher. "
EMPIRE STATE SCHOOLS.
The annual report for last year of Secre
tary .Melvll Dowcy of the regents of the Uni
versity ot the State of Now York brings out
graphically the great function of the re
gents In "building up the high schools of the
state. Five years ago one-rpiarter o ! the
academic students were In private schools.
In 1S97 the number had fallen to one-olxth.
The number of boys In high schools rose to
10,501 , a gam of 63 per cent , and of glrle to
21,322 , a gain of 49 per cent. The extraor
dinary Increase In the number of hoys re
maining In the hlgH schools l.us been for the
period In which the state has exacted a pre
liminary high school education before stu
dents can take the courses and degrees of
OIIICAOO & NOIITHWIMT-
ern lt.illv.MV C'lly Ticket Of-
lice , J401 I'.iinam Sic ( t. Tele.
phone CC1. Depot , Ti'nth nnd
Marou Streets. Telephone 12 <
Dajlleht ChlcnKO Spe-
, , < ' " . 7:0) : am 11:53 : pm
Mlkfourl Valley , Si.mx .
lM.tr , St. Paul and
Minneapolis . 5:40 : am 10:1 : } pin
Mifcuil Valley. Slouv
_ l'"y . 7:10 : ara 9:03 : pin
Deiinlson , I'arroll , Wall
I-i Ke. from IMoadway ,
Council llluffH . 0:00 : am S:13 : nm
.aptfin i\pti : , ) ) es
Molnon. M.iralulltown ,
Cednr IlnpldB , ChlciiKO. " 10:30 : am 4:33 : pm
Atlantic rijci. Chicago
nnd Knkt . 4:13 : pm 4:33 : pin
ft Mall , CIUC.IBO to
Onmha . 3:10 : pm
, Ils. ourl Valley , Sioux
City , Fit Paul , Mlnne-
npolU Limited . 4:33 : pm S.0 : nm
Omuhn-ChlCHKO Special. . C:4" : > pm SW : urn
' Dally. Daily ixccpt Suiiday.
CHICAGO , ST. PAUL. MINNK-
niiolli A : Oinuliu Hallway
vision , FlflecntVimd Iwli-r
Klrecta. City Ticket Olllce ,
HOI Fainnm Street. Telephone
M. Depot , Fifteenth and WebaUr Strict * . Tele-
I-eav o. Ai rlvc.
Sioux City Accommoda. . 8M : im 8:20 : pm
Sioux City Accommoda. . 9o : am 8SO : pm
"Jl.ilr , Kmersiii. Sioux
I'lly , ponc.i , JUrtttiK-
ton uifd Itlooinlleld. . . . 1:00 : pm Mll:53 : nm
Sioux City. ManUato , St.
Paul , Minneapolis . . . . " 5:31 : pm S:21 : nm
moMon PiifcienKcr 5:10 : pin 8:13 : nm
Dally. Dally except Sund.iy. Sunday
only , This train stops at utalloni Florence
n South Illalr. Inclusive , Sundays only ; on week
laj , South llldlr only.
FRU-MONT. KLKHORN AND
MUxruri vnllcy Hallway fion.
cral Office * . United Htali-s Na
tional Rank itulldlng. South
west Corner Twelfth and Fur.
nam Htrcotn. Ticket Oltice ,
1(01 Farnami Street Telephone SCI. Depot. Flf-
lecnlh and Webster Streets. Tclcplions MIS.
Illaclc 1II11 . Dradwood
nnd Hot Springs 3:00 : pin 5:00 : pm
Wyoming1 , Cuhfiar and
DouRl.m 3:00 : pm 5CO : pm
Huntings. York , David
city , Superior , Geneva
Kxeter nnd Suvvard , . . . 3:00 : pm E:00 : pm
Norfolk , West Point and
Fremont 7:30 : nm " 10:25 : am
Lincoln , Wahoo and
Fmnont 7:30 am 10.25 nm
Fremont I < ocal 7:50 : am
Dally. Dally except Sunday. Sundiy
only. Dally except Saturday. Dally
BIOUX CITY & PACIFIC RAILroad -
road General Oinccs. United
Staten National Hank Ilulld-
Ing. B. W. Corner Twelfth and
. . Farnam Streets. Ticket Olllce.
ffTr 'r , . IM1 l''amam Btrtet. Telephone
HI. Deput , 15th and Webster Hts. TelcphoiM 414
Sioux _ Clty. Mankato
odl Cf , Hll Parnam airect. Tetn
p4toi 321. Depot. Tenth and
Mason mrccts. Telcpon * 131.
, Arrlv *
Et , L.ul "C nao B UH
fcspreu . . . iMrn : am
nnd Inquiry upon current social problems
Wcs so marked as now.
I'rof. I3K > ey lies boe.i honcrcd by an un
solicited election ns un noioclato' member
of the Internatlccial Society of Hotanle Ge-
ogvaphy of Pnrla ,
The glris of the university boaket ball
team , who won a well-earned victory ovtr
their fair opponents from Conn ? ! ! Uluffi ,
have hern cvivwhclined with congratulation !
since that event.
President Draper writes a brief nuto from
hln home to Chancellor MncLcua cf hla ar
rival , adding : "I WM surprNed and grati
fied nt the appearance of tbAigs at Ne
bia.ika university. "
The meteorological department la la re
ceipt of a copy of the annual report of the
central meteorological observatory of Japan ,
-Nalcamura , director. The - publication
sn\\s ! two facts plainly. Ono 1 t'io re-murk-
nble progress In modern science made by
the Japanese. The other Is the remarkable
Influence of American methods In this prog
ress. The report Is printed In parallel
columns , Japanese and 12ngllsh , and the ar-
rangpmunt Is similar to American publica
Plans for the unlvf.vjlty exhibit nt the
TTansml jUiSlr > pl Uxpcaltloa were approved
last week by the faculty committee charged
with that work. The plarn were- made by
Pi-of. E. H. Harbour. The university exhibit
vlll bo the center of all educational ex-
ilblM nnd will bo entirely worthy of Its
'osltlon. ' An olllco space \vlll bo provided
c'- visitors and thcau In charge of the ox-
Iblt and every effort inado to present the
timorous branches of university work In
xi appropriate and effective manner.
The practical working tiso made of thee
\\o great libraries here , the university
brary and the state library , Is ono of thu
lost striking proofs of the growth of nys-
cniatlc library study and the mrans allordel
or Its pursuit here. At present both these
Ibrarlcu are tlnongcd < lurlns the cntlro
icrlod they are open. It Is nothing imc m-
non to see thirty or forty students unable
n find seats while pursuing library studies.
Utorneys at lav ; and ( HuiJenta of special
ubjects from half a dozen neighboring states
iiako rnnstant nsu cf theeo libraries for
onsullixtlon , flomotimes remaining hero for
vccks In so doing ,
Amoivj the plans of Director Wlllavd Kim-
i.ill for music at tto Tiai.me : ! ! alppl Kt-
losltlan this ( iiimmcr > la the rendition ot
Mendel.sso'm'd "Klljnh" by a chorus of 200
olctf ) from the univornlty music department.
t Is likely al-'o thnt University Regiment
icnd will IIP engaged. Prof. Klinball has
loen to Chicago to engage dome of the very
jest musclal tacr.t ! there. He oxyccts to
iavo a ntvong r.rray of band music for ttu
outdccv audltcictt ) , but l-.p.iljos that popular
caturo hu intends providing a musical tiro-
gram that will attract every inualc lover
rt tliu union.
In Science for February 25 Dr. Charlca
J. llcsscy gives an outline of the plan do-
vlsc'l ' by him and adopted by the state , super-
'ntcndcnt of Nohranka for the gult-anni of
nstructlon In botany tn the hl h schools ot
his state. Inatcad' ' of the old system 'of be
ginning botany In the xprlng with clannlilca-
Ion of plants by menu * of the manual , the
S'clira-ia ! high Hchool student begins with
microscope nn.l notebook at any tlmo ot
year , studying the cells and structure ot
: he lowest orders of plant life ( fungi and
seaweeds ) jnd making careful drawings of
tholr structure as revealed by the micro
scope. From thezo he goes on pro i'tu-iively ,
learning plant llfo by nclcntirtc methods and
tircparlng himself by Intimate knowledge for
independent scientific research. Tha rntlrn
system of Instruction In botany has bcuu
revolutionized In the last llttccn yearn , and
Nebraska echools lead In this as In other
departments ot learning.
Textllo schools for Iho Instruction ot tb
cotton mill lund.s are gains up all over tha
south , and every anslntancu which legislation
con lend In 'that direction Ui being freely ren
The University of Pennsylvania Is to have
n new law school building , to cost not Icsi
than $300,000. The library of this department
now coutalna over 20,000 volumes.
Although LI Hung Chang Is the mo t liberal -
oral of the Chinese , to the western mind ha
Is Inconceivably narrow , A young American
missionary recently asked him what. In till
opinion , was tbo bent method ot Improving
the girls' schools In that country , to whlci
ho replied : "Aboltoh them. "
TO Cl/HK COLD IN O.\tS DAT
Take Laxative promo. Quinine Tabltta. AU
druggliU r tund the money If tt full * to cure ,
t5c. Tb gea'ilne haa L. Q. Q. on oh Ubltk