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la asaralaa lialir edition.
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far laaa ( SIV far the nt tawer
lias, Tkaaa advertisements mast aa
Advertlmra, a? reajaeatla a aaa
aereA aatsk, ran aatt aaiwtn aa
SreeeaA ta a aaaabered letter la vara
I Tha fja. iaiwtn aa allraml artll
' SITUATIONS WAMTKD,
YOUNG man wants plaea to work for
board while attending school. Boy lea
Cnllea. Near Tort Ufa Bids. Tel. 1
... - A Mm
SITUATION wanted aa companion to lady, j
remain at noma or travel, i AM 23
WANTED MALE HELP.
OOOD messenger wanted; Increased pay.
A I. uo ..113 Bouth lit k. B-
STEADY work, profitable work, for neat,
nergetlo bustler. C. '. Adams Co., li
lio w ard, Bm
tr. vi R a llll.lf tliV I WORK.
If you live in in country or in a small
town and taav a food acquaintance
among the tar uta ra and atoua rawer in
the neighborhood you can niak fe easily
bv tour or live hours' worn. Writ u
and wa will aana ivu our rfroposltloa.
the Bee Publishing Co., bollcltors' lept.
VmiM, wee. ' -
WANTED, a good man In every county to
take auoannmimia for The Twentieth
Century Farmer, Our agent make good
wage everywhere. Reterenoe required.
Adareas, t wentieth Century ai mer,
Omaha, Web. . B-4li
bava, hair out, singe, any work In barber
Una, at Molar. Collage, led Farnam at., 3d
Boor, Hoais, to . . a ia.it w
WANTED- A first-class job printer at
one steady. situation. Aadreas T 64, Bee.
OOOD-carrlaaa blacksmith wanted. - Apply
fbil Xllpple. Bait Lak. V"-frM27 y
STRONG man, wlllltig to do all kind ot
work, none over 23 year wanted. John
nocnatraaaar, ity. ..caaon, Pfrm a
FOREMEN of factories, shops, or gentle
man . at , wUIa acouatntance can make
some extra money without any additional
work or-Interference with their regular
duties. Addrees, stating where) employed
A I.I. " -1 AA U.a
. . ., ... B M32S
WANTED, by reliable bouse, salesman who
visits cities and town that use gas, to
ell staple article as side line; one who
sells to hardware, gae companies, gas
fixtures, etc., preferred; a good pront can I
ba made bv a Hve man."' Address Oas. Y
n k,, 1RB2 Philadelphia. Pa. B M330 30
WANTED A boy with a horse to deliver
The Evening Bee, south side. Call at
Be Office circulation department, 3 p. m.
- . . ... t B 341 24
WANTED; a nrst-elass pants maker: union
bill. Jack Lane. ' Ul-B. aitn et.. tjncoin,
Neb. . .. r. . B M357 K."
n. . ,'. ...
.WANTED FEMALM HKLP.
Wanted, two young lady students to
learn balrdresslug, ; manicuring and chi
ropody and aetentlfla maaaag.,. Call or
writ rtoom aa. on uiu. u
-WANTED, ladle to learn hair dressing,
manicuring and facial massage; gradu
ate earn 313 'to $is weekly; only on
month reaulred: best opportunity ever
offered. Call or write Malor College, 102$
Farnam. St. . i-vh xv,
WANTED,' at one' girl for-general bouse
work; must know bow to ao plain cook
ing, can ai.aiJ iaiaweu t. . ia,
COMPETENT girl for- general housework.
j&r. Xj. 1. Esunverianu, ih:v ou. iua ot.
. -.. ' . C M30W 31
BOOD girl for- generkl ' Housework. 1034
Park ave. - C M313 31
HOUSEKEEPER wanted at 844 South 17th
BU Call today.. ,c I7 ru
WANTED, girl; a competent, reliable nurse
girl; reierences required, jars, ueorge it.
Voss, vzi Chicago. - c mjm
l.ADT who can write Norwegian and
American. European Hotel, Friday, be
tween 1 and 3. Airs. Hansen.
f C-M353 21
FOR RENT HOUSES.
houses, a. a.
Wallace, Brown block.
Co.; office loLis f arnam, or Tel. li-ioi
UOI 1QPQ In all part ot city. Th O.
nVJUyCO F,.DaVl Co., $63 Bee; Bldg.
j ' '- - ...
HOUSES and Oats. King watt. Barker block.
. . .. an
CIQHT-ROOM, modern, except furnace, $22.
a. si. JNatllnger, Bea.illug. Pbona tw.
a OOOD I or 3-roora house, strlotly mod
ern, good neighborhood, within walking
distance., ry reasonaui rent to right
party. M. J. Kennard 4k Bon, Suv-lo Brown
rwo I A 8-r. houses. '
F. D. Wead. 1S34 Douglas.
Bemls, Paxton block.
FATNBi BOSTWICK ek CO.. lul N. Y. Ufe,
CENTRAL, modern, - steam heat, 7-room
house; 6 and 4-room nal. iiiard, N.
lUd flU 1 w -
B-MK RENT. 313 N. 17th St.. $30. large 3-
story modern bouse of 3 rooms, also barn.
$6, 3-roc iu house at 3&tb and Decatur St.
The Omaha. Realty Co., 111 Louglas St.,
toM HARNEY, -13 rooms, modern, rent
cheap. , - i , -
$04 North 234, 14, rooms, modern Improv-
2314 N. 28th Ave., t room, -city water, $11
2.1 N. lath. 3 rooms, modern. $20.
W, FARNAM SMITH & CO., .mi Farnam
street. u too
FIVE unfurnished rooms, all modern and
flrst-clas. Miami St. D 314
FOR RENT Thoroughly modern house 7
rooms on $lst avenue, fronting Turner
park; very desirable. Bee Jno. W. Rob
bin, 13th and Farnam St, for particu
lar. . . u MJUB 21-
FOR RENT, SIS Park av., fin new 7-room
modern, oak pouanea noors, ti. i. V
. bhole CO., aiu a. x. uie, xei. s.
. , D M313
"jEWLT furnished 6-room house- best of
reference required, Inquire lwrt Harney
or lttt3 Wirt au i - J MX2 24
TWO t-room flats, one -room flat; steam
I. . ,,,) x liUh I n .... I
lit. L. ivm . iww, . 1 1 .j m 1 1 v .",'' ' i
s-ROOM modern house, with laundry, stor-
are room, bath, gas, etc., newly papered:
Strictly tirst-clas. $1$. 2810 Seward. Key
next uoor. umna u-
FOR RENT FfRXHED ROOMS.
DEWEY European hoteL
13th and Farnami
ONE furnish jd roon., with heat, on car
Una Islt Cia.ai a per montn. a a
FURNISHED southeast rooms, modern.
team beat, sue a. inn at. . mMiM es
tart N. 17TH ST., burnished, steam heated
room, n w net. : . . . . tit aii a
LARGE, well furnished room, with alcove,
modern. ir-M 34
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
H1CB. horn txt young men. 10$ 8. 26th Bt,
. m 1.,
ItOOMS and board. Gleocairn. la Douglaa
. , l iM.
ROOMS, board) ataasa beat. 3011 Harney
street. - w rim u-
ttatit. lill Caa.
PtRHIfllRO ROOMS AND BOARD.
FURNISHED rooms and board. 2273 IVxI-e.
F MSZt M
FDR RENT, nicely furnished, steam heated
rooms, wun or without ooar.. Midland
hotel, 16th and Chicago Bte, F 1
LAROK parlors, slngla or suit. The Rose,
rku itainey. f -ii ir
A PLEASANT home for man and wife, or
one or two gentlemen, in private family.
Modern house. References. 2f71 8t-
Mary's av. F 31 20
FURNISHED front rooms, single or en
suite, with board; references. $16 8. Mth
St F M361 38
TWO large, nicely furnished rooms, with
nosrq. mm pun st. t F MM w
rOR RENT INFIRNISHBD ROOMS,
FIVE unfurnlahed rooms. 1130 N. lTtb.
FOR RENT, S unfurnished rooms, f 8,
Z4th. G-M278 S3
DEBK room space. $5 per month, ground
noor room in me oee Duuains, jacing
Farnam atreet; no expense for light, heat
or Janitor eervlc. R. O. Peters A Co.,
Rental Agents, Bee building. u us
' - "j 1 11 . 1 "
FOR RERT STORKS AND OFFICES.
I OR RENT, the building formerly ecu-
?led by The Bee at Ml Farnam St. It has
our atorlee and a basement which was
lormeriy urea es no xjb .""'ri
Thla will be rented very reasonably, it
Int.rutwl annlv at once to C. C. KO
water, secretary, room 100, Be building.
iron BKMT. atara In flrst-claai location:
rent reasonable. Apply K. C. Peter I
Co., ground floor, t He Bldg. I36
FOR RENT (leae for sale), tb storeroom
at to n. istn st. size im, luins" i
room back, inquire oi lessee on ur.iiimr...
WANTED, canvassing agenu In every
county to solicit suDScripuons to inui
TWKNTIKTH I KN1UH1 AnMl.n.
Steady employment with assured good
Income. Agents in the country with
horaa and bum esDeclally desired. Can
vassers make easily wu to Jiw per montn.
Address century f armer solicitors Bu
reau, Bte building, Omaha. 313
MEDICOLOOT," the beat family medical
Dooa in uie woria; w otner iodq aeiiere.
w. A. utxenbaugb at. Co., w war nix.,
Oman a. iu
AOBNTS to sell th new combination life.
accident and health policy, lsaued ex
clusively bv the Conservative Life insur
ance company; assets, $1,300,000; old line
comnanv: liberal contracta for aneraetlo.
comDetent men. Addreaa tha comnanr.
Masonlo Temple, uenver, coio.
j ntu ti-
WANTED TO RENT.
A BATCHELOR wants to rent 40 acres of
corn land, with board. T 32. Bee.
a. aiimv iv-
List your ' house for rent with us. We
. have a big demand. R. C. Peter ft Co.,
ground noor, Bee ouuaing. it. mun a
ROOM or rooms and board for two young
men. T , Bee. n-ma
WANTED TO Bl'Y.
WANTED To buy for cash a 7-room house.
Must De modern and wen located, write
particular. C, 30ii N. 33d. N-138 W
WANTED to buy. a small amount of dry.
good black wainut, i incn and thicker. i
uougias. aim s
FOR SALE FURNITURE.
CH1CAOO Furnltur Co.. 1410 Dodge. Tel.
wmu. New and seconunano, Dougut, soiu.
exebanged. -. u ws
FOH SALU HOHSEB, WAUOAS, JfiTC.
THE BEST in buggtea- and wagon at H.
rost a, lttb and iaveuwortti. ; vmH
HUfiBER-TlRED coupe, newly painted,
j; xiua iu rocaa.way, sue; lamiiy
uarilaaes, $a to ie each; wagon. Drum-
monu carrioke co.. itn anu xiarney.
EXTRA Una new light delivery wagon, H
uaual prige. w m. Jiurg, in nnermau ave.
FOR MALU UISCii.LANEOtk.
FIR timber for bousemovers, etc, 40 to
It.: criuuing aau uug teuca. au ijoug-
s. w Tt
iUtLKMi sat cheap, Perlght, lilt Farnam.
CADET -coat, good as new; a til fit boy U
or M years otu., Auurss a at, .
INDIAN- goods and rsUcs. lu Farnam.
TYPEWRITERS, latest modal Remlna-
ton, emitn-1-re inter, vcnsiawre, replaced
by th UiiJii.it wovu; tow price. . a. ti.
Vv otaman at Co., loli s'arnam. "-bon tun.
When You Write
remembei u... kali a stroke or
a of tha aa to inenliun tb fact tbat
you saw tn aa m ue ooa.
SUHAND a( cheap. Bcbwarta, 114 B. 13tk
for SALE, phonograph, aupailor to any
atnr musical iiuhwi, m up. mi
Wittniau Co., Iwl s arnam. j ki
100 STYLES trusses, catalogue lfe. Bher-
Un,'Anh.!l tkriic 1-n 1K,K u nA
Dooge. Omaha. Wm '
i FOR SALE, scholarship in a omaba
shortnana ivnwi, ku,v MHun w mi
Bldg. i aisos .
SAMPLE piano, eastern manufacture, fully
mraxrameu, at a uaiswn. nuuiu jn.a-
Cague bldg. Q M7M
BEAUTIFUL Cblckeiing upright piano at
a sucrince. xtooia sit sswasu uiu.
nTnrn.F.S Dhonosruihi and sudoIIm.
Omaba Bicyci wo., cor. iom ana vnicago
mrh. FRITZ, olalrvoyant. tU) N. lttu
- e s
MMB. '4TLMER, genuln palmist, $1$ 9. la,
I Mnta Ames, Cumberland, bouse, 14th Cap.
i in sa
MME SMITH, baibs, Ul N. 16, 2d floor, R 1
a w alf-
I BON TON PARLORS. 321H N. 15th, flat B.
T Alia $
BEATRICE HARLOW, baths; Egyptian
ireaiineut; attendant. Bin n. iatn. riat
A. T MOSS Mi
Isli Howard, flat
PRIVATE hospital, before god during con-
nnement; paoies aaoptea. uue ursai ou
lira Uardeis. TtL F-11B3. , U WJ
DR. ROY, chiropodist, corns and superflu
ous hair removed iy eiectnuity. it. la.
Frenaer Block, u
GOLDMAN B, th only perfect pleating
ulaut tn m wesu aw LHiugiaa pioca.
SHAMPOOING and halrdresalna. 36c. In
connection altb Tb Bathery, <-$ai Ba
buUOlng. Tel. 171. U-441
RUPTURE permanently cured in SO to W
days; aena tor circular, v. o. noou, as.
It.. Ul New York JU( Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Mlddlemla, wall paper cleaner, 1403 Jackson.
ELITE PARLORS. CIS 8. 16lh St.. Id floor.
RUPTURE CURED FOR $26-No pain, na
detention from buslnea; send for cir
cular. Empire Ruptur Cure Co., fci3
N. Y. Lit bidg., Omaba. U-M37S
H.:KDREeINO, manicuring and cblro-
y, for ladles only, In connection witn
Bathery. 316-320 Bee Bldg. .
ACCORDION pleating, cheapest, best and
quickest. Mrs. a. Mara, u at
LIE BEN, theatrical, masquerade costumer.
lull Farnam. u w
CHIROPODY a specialty. In connection
nnAMnPHnNim n anrtollea. wholesale I
ana retail. Collins fiano co., iku ioug-
via vi, woman's way to neaitn: rational.
wnoiesom Bom treatment. u uee omm.
PRIVATE home ladles before and during
ronnnementi adopt baoies. iwi tiurnen.
ear, cturget. u jasoi saiv-
MME. SMITH, baths. Ill N. 16, Id floor, r 1
. U MJUB Mitt'
I, W. r. STOECKER, by virtue of the
autnonty in me vesteaa.ao nercDy pro
elalm that tb - .
la genuln' and of the best quality. ' It
retell t strictly fro straight. Union
W. F, STOECKER ClOAR CO.
ueitjHUJu: a not rrom tne gay inncii
capltaU February "What To wi."-
aioiue. v m zi
MONBT TO I.OAH REAL K8TATEV,
WANTED, city loana, bonds and varranta.
ueorge a company, iu carnaj sireei.
4Vi PER CENT on business property.
per cent on resldenoe property,
Option to pay whole or part any time.
' i eui d. iatn art,
. . VV 407
loan' and - warrants. W.
a co iZX Farnam St.
WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds
ana warrants. x. v. v.u.,
Farnam Bt. Bee Bldg. vv a
MONET to loan on Improved Omaha real
estate. Urennan-Jv t,o u Bouin urn.
FARM and city loan, low rate. W. H.
i nomas, ist lNat. isanx uiog. iei.Mt. .
4V4 TO I P. C. money.
Beml. Paxton Blk.
Sherwood. 187 N. T, la
FOR SALE, FARM AND CITT LOANS.
R. C. PETERS CO.. BEB BO.. OMAHA.
w ey aicni
O. Wallace, Brown Blk.
F. D. Wead, 1524 Doug lag
IS PER CENT loans.
Garvin Bros., 1904
$300, 3600 AND $1,000 private money, 1,1,1
or year, on eastern rxeDrusKa mrras or
wen located cottage in umana. vv. u.
Belby, Board of Trade Bldg. W-913
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
WE make loans on ' Furnltur,
Piano. Horses, Wagon,. Carriages
and otner cnatteis.
without mortgage to persons who
have Derm&nent positions. You can
get th money ou very short notice
und pay it pack In one month, or
keep it longer, ana pay for it only
what . time you keep. It. W are
leadern In low rates, quick and con
fidential service and courteous treat
ment. We Invite comparisons of
i a tea, time, payments, etc. W
give you the lull amount of the
LOAN In cash, W always "try to
CmaHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
1U uoara ot iiu riag. ter. Cist.
i established ui. mm no. jth st.
iud Mir.viiT nnotTTRiB H(T,r'TTTTT-V
. 1 HIM HVrlnui, nn V 1 1 T ' N Kf, .Tie
fiCk Mortaaae. endorser or 'DubUciiv.
(SMALL PAx MENTS REDUCES ;CUBT.
Weekly, Bemi-Monthly or Monthly.' ...
(PRIVATE OFFICE FOR LADLES.)
R, R. Men, Clerks, Machinists, School
Teachers, .Bookkeepers, stenographers or
any employes given time to suit their
UUAKAin tcci lowest xtates in Town.
Vavxtl private omcea. tLAOiLtX louud.
Telephone . 1411 for eve. date.
No charge (or Information or uanera.
Open ,Noon, Wadnsaday and Saturday
aveniua. v.&, vi. uu ui 11 preierreu.
Room 3u 'Ibird Floor, Paxton Block.
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
BAi.AtiiJi.iJ rt.uri.ii,, mercnanta, . team
ster, poaraing nouses, etc., without se
curity; easiest terms; 40 oiticea in prin
cipal cities. iToiman, 440 Board of Trad
FURNITURE, PIANOS,- HORSES, ETC.,
LOANS. "Absolutely without removing
goods." written guarantee given to this
sflsct. AMERICAN LOAN CO., Room
3ui, Paxton Block.
MONEY loaned on plain not, to- salaried
people; ousinea connaentiai; loweat rate.
sis raiwu niwva, a uw w. a. nuu)a to.
. JL 430
MONEY loaned on furniture.- live stock.
leweiry, in smariea iwupie. ruiey jan
Co.. suu. tc uua ureen. Barker Blk.
- - A 07 i
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, law.
eiry, uorses. cows, etc. v.. . need, bis b. u,
. Ja 134
1llNfl on CHATTELS and SALARIiCn
i. w. iaxiaiv, raxton pioca (top
noor;. . a mm
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
your ousiness or property quica communi
cate wltb on who ba tn customers. J.
H. Johnson, k43 N. Y. Lit. Phon L-1270.
TO OET In or out of business call on Wil
liams, xtoom an, atctagu ouuaiog.
' X 423
B-OR SALE Millinery store, dolna sood
busines; also goou notei lor aie (or lease
to right party, both good .location in
N. L. Nebraaka, call or writ 04 N. Y.
14i building, vmana. x ut
LAUNDRJ business In good location In
City; a UW" bum inuyuniiwu ivr uiaaiog
money: riuuuio icnua, mveatikate.
J. H. Johnson, s. x. ut. .X AU28
I FOR SALE or exchange, a good flouring
. ill C f Bm Ih finpinA.! K-l-
Y M94S 31
T-S5),KbrLCmlari' Slfivy '
location, roomers only. Furnltur tor
sale reaaonahle. fariy lea Vina cllv. J.
H. johbaon, n. x. uii . ,x Mas
FOR SALE, or trade, my entire livery
stock, at a oargain. Aaarea w. c.
UtterbackOgden Livery, Council Bluffs.
, - i-Haj
OLD established German weekly paper In
eastern lowa: always aooa oavinit: io.
part time if desired; compositor can do
all th work himself. Address for further
information U s. Bee. . -x M347 23
' WILL exchange good oak wardrobe for
folding bed. N 44, Be.
LOT. for piano; will exchange $460 lot 26th
and Taylor St., for piano. Address T 62.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
RANCH and farm lands for sal by tb
union Paoiflo Railroad company. B. A.
McAlleater, land commissioner. Union Pa
cino Headquarter. Omaha, Neb.
COLORADO ranch land, bomeataada.
school actio a laaaas. I). W. Irwin, Aa
ron. Colo. RJC M3uS F27
HOUBE8, lots, farms, ranches, loan; also
fir insurance. Bemls, Paxton Block.
LANDS AND FARMS. I hav Inquiries
for lands and farm In Kansas, Nebraaka,
Iowa and B. Dak. Give full description,
location, sea. twp. and Rg., and prlo at
which you will aell. and pay commission
of 3 per cent, plu $200, tn ease of sale
only. W. L. Belby. general real estate
and loans. Board Trad bldg.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
117 1 . - l.L. A MAx.B 1..
uc imyc wun ucai j-auj mvnuaj,
February 24th, at 5 o'clock p. m.
J"u' 1101" l w,,vt " J w" v
Sire to CO.
POTTtR. FORGAN HASKELL,
4 N. T. LIFE BUIL.DINO.
MONET IN THESE.
No Better Investment for th Amount.
WALLACE, 311-313 BROWN BLOCK.
$3.(00 8. W. Cor. 34th and Davenport, 1
bouses, rental t&n per year, ail specials
paid, beet place on the. market lor aou
ble house or flat building.
l3(mo-li Cass, 33x132. 3 cottages, rental
iSTe.per rear, a blocks from V. U., lw ru
west letn, business up to it; nothing
like It In the city for price.
fl,Cu-mi40, N. lath, rental (300 a year.
11.100 0x160. corner. 8. Omaba. 4 3-r. cot
tages, city water in eacn, rental wai per
niontn, I oik, irom ail pacaing nouxee.
- RL-313 iW
..... . wrnM
Charles E., tXt
. RE 423
IF TOU want one Of th nicest t-room
homes in uanscom riace, l will give you
a bargain, owner lert city. Must sen.
1. U. tlherwood, 387 N. Y. U Bldg.
, ft iS. MiM
SA.tOO FOR I a-room oottagee, modern ex
cept turnace; I e-roora cottage, an in
xoellent condition, tfto monthly rental,
continually occupied, fine location, on 17th
street, 10 blocks north P. O., owner going
to California for health; H cash, Vi easy;
1. II. Johnson, til N. Y. Life.
Morton. Tel. 314.
. When You Write
remember i. out a,u vxtra stroke or
two of the pen to mention tb last that
you saw tb ad to Tb Bee.
HOUSES and lota In all part of cUy; also
ere property and larm laud, ins u. r.
uavia to,, Hoon eu, see ouiiuing.
FARMS! FARMS! FARMS!
ITnr hamalna In farm ' CroDerlv no to
OMeius Hai js,tat Agency, douib
PAYNE. BOSTWICK 4b CO., $01 N. T. Ufa.
NKW anuw.Chtirch Co:r- 4th floor N. Y.
lAlt Blag., omana, roeD. Largest law,
collection and real estate agency In the
world. Associate banka axtorucy and
real estat broker In every county in tb
United State and cities oi xoreign coun
tries, itiu w
FOR SALE OR TRADE 160 acre of No. 1
land Joining nuietan, jiansas; tin per
lect. -ttoi U Bt., Lincoln, Neb.
22-FOOT business lot on Farnam street
bear 34tn; owner, wno la nin-resioent, is
now in omana ana must sen tnis wees,
THIS I A IIRKAT BARGAIN. R. C
Peter as Co., 17tri Farnam St., Omaha,
Neb. . tnr sun i
' SMALL HOMES.
Every One a .Bargain.
WALLACE, 311-317 BROWN BLOCK.
34053109 Seward, full lot," 4-r. house, city
vii,r. iianifl. dsjuw inue. uuv ury,
comlortabl and convenient, use of lots
adjoining, rents o.
34003821 Fort st. (Central Park add.),
good e-r. cottage, tuit, lot, . iruit . auu
hrnhlw.rv. Mnu So. . . ? '
37502617 N. 17th. also kuown.as 2ol Bher
man ave., gooa -r. . iiumbo, iwiui
$860 2!23 Charles, 6-r. collage, barn, city
water. -iii" j:
WALLACE, ill J. J. Brown B1K.
WANTED, to buy jtor caah, 8-room
'mooern house on West Farnam
or Hanscom Park car lln, 4aK to $0,000.
HARRISON . MORION. 'iKU 81
A SNAP A beautiful home, for sale.
. rooms, modern. Kood barn, paved street
price, 94,uw; encumorsncv, 9itMj-t .owiici-
leaving city, inquire sow L'mrifi mi.
. . - RE M331 21
IMPROVED farm, 300 acres, mile north
le, Platte, Barpy county; easy terms;
price. $66 an acre. Nason, Her Grand
hotel, Omaha. Neb. RE MS32
- Corner Lot for $150.
$25 cash "and payments of $5 or $10 a
month. Three blocks southwest of Han
scom Park. Convenient to car and school;
THS BYRON REED CO., 212 S. 14th St.
. , . lt. Jnisoo il
. -A SNAP. .
Two house and two lots, tw block from
I car Hne, one oi Ave room and on of three
rnnm. IhnO for Dflin.
THE BYRON JIEED CO.t 212 B. 14th St
nu ndoo si
DR PRIE8, the acknowledged leading
specialist in oiseases oi women in unuiu,
would call the attention of suffering
ladle to his unsurpassed accommodations
before and during confinement, and bis
treatment for Irregularities, no matter
what cause. Call or address, with stamp.
Dr. Pries, Arlington block, 1G13 Dodge,
OUR GUARANTEE IS
To relieve at hum any case of long-stand
ing, . obstinate, aonormai suppression
from any causa. Even If others have
failed, try cur compound concentrated
vegetable fluid extract. We never disap
point. Ued for over eighty year with
out a single failure. Why despair? Dr.
Mead Rem. Co.. 1 Qulncy St.. Chicago.
BIO BARGAINS by buying bicycle bows
money maoe it you i" iur mum i
once; our stock 1 about exbausted on 1801
models; these wheel are Just a aood
a 1903 modl and w will offer what w
have lert at a price inn wui asionisa you.
Loulg Fcbr, lisa .apitoi av.
PACIFIC Storage and Warehouse Co., 313-
114 Jon, general storage aau lorwarams.
OM. Van. Btor. Co 15UH Farn. T.la 165S-863.
IN8URANCE policies, old-Una companies,
nurchased. Losn on policies. Call on or
writ Th Putnam Co.. LA-i N. Y. Life
Bldg., Omaha, N. 343
STAMMERING AKD STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn. 430 Ramg Bldg.
L. 'HENDERSON. 1619 Farnam. Tel. 12H.
IN Neb. and Iowa. 2513 N. Bouth Omaha.
OMAHA Hay Bale-Ti Co., 311 North 11th.
B. 6 HAW,' Vole. $1$ Sheely
TRUNKS, traveling bag, suit esses: trunks
repaired, un. iruna cactory, uup amain.
STAMPS. COINS. ETC.
BOUGHT Omaba Stamp Co., V S. Uth.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
ORtDQO Shorthand. Cm. C. CoL, ltth Doug
A. C. VAN 8 ANT'S school. 717 N. T. Life.
BOTLE8 College, court reporter prlnolpai.
Pi. X. 1.11a.
NEB. Business Shorthand College, Boyd's
1 natr. vu
LOST, bunch of key, with tag. Return to
Be onice. ttewaro. ixiat Hi zr-
LOST 8cotch collie dog, month old:
brownish yellow, witn white breast,- feet
and face. Proper reward given for hi
return or Information where he can be
found. E. R. Duffle, 20 New York Life
Bldg. Lost-439 30
AN ENGLISH POINTER, white and yel
low, iriewara. it. tiauiman, im in. rntn.
QID E-' A ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths,
Bult 515 N. Y. UI4 bldg. Ti. lest.
DR A. T. HUNT. 813 McCagu Bldg. Tel.
DR. MRS. MUSICK, Douglas Blk. Tel. 1K
THE GARDENERS protect old age a well
aa life. Charter members tree, particu
lars from Frank Rosewater, supreme
msnsger. tSt Be Bldsr. 734
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential, uui Lougiss
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY. Tele
phone 3190. 611 soutn imrteentn street.
O. R. GILBERT CO,
tanners, 1424 8. 13th.
FRUIT, shade and ornamental trees, vines.
shrubs, roses, small iruits, etc. Address
Omaha Nursery. Papllllon, Neb
M. 8. Walklln, 3111 Cuming St.
MONROE Coal and Feed Co,
Q 407 Fi
DRESSMAKING In families or fct home.
Miss Blurqy, 3U4Z Farnam. wi fa
OMAHA Plating Co., Be bldg. Tel. $35.
GLOBE COUCH CO.,
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts. 8c; collars,
20 ; cutis, 4C lioo leavenwortn. lei. ni.
P. MELCHOIR, 13tb
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attenaea to, . i. ucuiur,
30tb ana Lake streets.
wu kvrritt. Bnerls.1 rates to real es
tate men: weather strips put on. 28u6
NEW At Sdhand. Ill Farnam St.. Omaha.
(Should be read daily by all Interested,
as changes may occur at any time.)
Foreign mails for the week ending Feb
ruary 22, 1903, win close imuHritii in
u xaaeai at tne uenerai rostomce as
nllows: PARCELS POST MAILS close
ONE HOUR EARLIER than closing time
shown below, farceis rwi mans tor usr
manv c.i-e at b:uu D. m Aionaay, per s
ivaiaer wiuicmi uei uiv,n. nu A-.iun,
per s. . Graf Waldersee, via Hamburg.
Rho-miht and BunDlementary malls close
t Foreign Branch half hour later than
closing time shown below (except that
uppleinrlltary nans ior cumin anu cen
tral America, via coionv close one nour
later at Foreign Branch).
SATURDAY At Y:30 a. m. for ITALY
direct, per . . iv. M. xneresia (man
must be directed "per s. . Theresla");
at 11 a. m. for' DENMARK direct, per
s. . Island (mail must be directed "per
s. Island"); at 11:30 a. m. (supple
mentary 1 p. m.) for EUROPE, per s. s.
Etrurla, via Uueenstown; at 13 m. for
AZORES ISLANDS, per s. . Trojan
Prince (mall for Italy must ba directed
"nr a. a. Trolan Prince").
PRINTED MATTER, ETC. This steamer
takes Printed Matter, tjommerciai ra
pers and Samples for Germany only. The
same clasa of mall matter for other parts
of Europs will hot be sent by this ship
unleaa soeclally directed by It.
After the closing of th Supplementary
Trans-Atlantic wans named aDove, aa
dltlonal Supplementary Malls are opened
on the piers of the American, English,
French and German steamers, and re
main open until within Ten Minutes of
tha hour of sailing of steamer.
Mails far Soath aad Cealral America,
. West ladles, Ete.
FRIDAY At II m. (supplementary 12:30
n. m l ror KAMAMAH ana OAniiAuu,
per s. s. Santiago: at 11:30 p. m. for
BAHAMAS, per steamer from Miami,
SATURDAY At S a. m. (supplementary
II .-fcl n ml for HUH III KIL'U. L'UKALAU
. and VENEZUELA, per s. s. Philadelphia
(mall for Savanllla and Cartagena must
be directed "per s. a. Philadelphia");
at S a. m. for PORTO RICO, per s. a
Arkadia, via Ponce (mall must be dl
racted "ner a. s. Arkadia"!: at 9:30 a
m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for FOR-
miTwu, lul ,Uti tiUHPl fllVl.
1U11CI wuni'i', ... -
NILLA and CARTAGENA, per . s. Altai
(mail for Costa Rica must b directed
"per s. . Altai"!; at 1:30 a. m. (supple
mentary 10:30 a. m.) for HAITI and
SANTA MART A. per . s. Andes; at
9 30 a. m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.)
for BT. THOMAS. BT. CROIX, LEH-,
WARD and WINDWARD ISLANDS,
and BRITISH. DUTCH and FRENCH
' GUIANA, per a. a. Fontabelle (mall for
Orenada and Trinidad must b directed
"per a. Fontabelle"); at 10 a. m. for
CUBA, per a. s. Mexico, via Havana;
at 12:30 p. m. for CUBA, per s. s. Ollnda,
via Matanxa etc. (ordinary mall only,
which must be directed "per s. s
Mails for Newfoundland, by rail to North
Sydney, and t tin no by steamer, close
at this omce dally at 6:30 p. m. (con
nactina- close here every Monday
Wednesday and Saturday). Maila for
Mlquelon, by rail to Boston, and thence
by steamer, close at this office dally at
6 30 p. m. Malls for Cuba, by rail to
Florida, and thence by steamers, ar
dispatched dally, Anal connecting close,
for dispatch via Port Tampa, on Bun
day gt 4:30 a. m., Wednesday and
rridavs 5:20 a. m. : for dispatch via
Miami, on Monday and Friday at 11:30
p. m. Malls for Mexico City, overland,
unless specially addressed for dispatch
by steamer. Close st mis omce aauy ex
cept Sucoay at i:i p. m. ana ii:ju p. m.
Bundave at 1:00 D. m. and 11:30 d. in.
Malls for Costa Rica, Belise, Puerto
Cortes and Guatemala, by rail to N
Orleana. and thence by steamer, close
- at thla office dally except Sunday at
i i n m.. Sundays at 1:00 o. m. (con'
necting close her Monday for Belise,
Vnrin Cortes and Guatemala, and Tues
days for Costa Rl:. Registered mall
closes at S OU p. m. previous day.
Mall far China and Japan, via Vancou
ver, close here daily at 4.60 p. m. up to
February 18 lrcluslve. for dispatch
per . a. Empress of China (registered
mall must be cirsctea ' via Vancouver,
Merchandise for the U. 8. postal Aaency
t Bhanahal cannot be lorwaraea via
Malls for China and Japan, via Seattle,
close here dally at ; p. m. up to r eo
runrv 19, Inclusive, for dlstiatch per a. a.
Klnshlu Marti. (Registered mall must
be directed "via Seattle "1.
Malls for Hawal, China. Japan and Phil
ippine islands, via Ban r rancisoo, c.iose
here daily at : p. m. up to Februsry
10. Inclusive, for dispstch per . . Nip
Mulls for Austria (except West Austria,
wnicn is lorwaraea vis, ftunijiri, .-,rw
Zealand, FIJI, Samoa and Hawaii, via
San Francisco, close here dally at 6:80
p. m. after February $ and up to Feb
ruary 2J, Inclusive, or on arrival of s. s.
Campania, due at New York February
22. for dispatch per a. s. Sonoma.
Malls for Hawaii. Japan, China and Phil
ippine Islands, via San Francisco, close
here dally at 8;30 p. m. up to February
2fl, inclusive, tor dispatch per s. s.
Malls for Australia (except West Australia.
II. .l.lk - I 1 ' . 1 V.'
Zealand, which aoes via San Francisco)
1 1 n. hiiiuii 1 1. cuivuc, anu . "
and FIJI Islands, via Vancouver, close
her dally at (:30 b. m. after February
23 and up to March 1. Inclusive, fo.'
dispatch per s. s. Mlowera (supple
mentary malls, via Seattle and Victo
ria, close here at 6:30 t. m. March 2).
Mall for Hawaii, via San Francisco, close
nere aauy at s:w p. m. up to aiarcn
3, Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s. Ala
meda. Mails for Tahiti and Marquesas Islands
v K7cavsg a a aiivinvvi uitwtj iiniv uau; ,
6:30 p. m. up to March 11, Inclusive,
fnr fllanalrh naf a a Aitalralla
Trans-Pacific mails are forwarded to port
or sailing daily and the schedule or clos
ing Is srranged , th presumption of
tneir t ninterruptea overland transit.
Registered mall close at 1:00 p. m.
ORNELIU8 VAN COTT. Postmaster.
PostofBce, New York, N. Y., Feb. 14. 1902.
PROPOSALS FOR StTnBlSTF.NriC
STORES. Offloe of Puroliasing Commls-
Bary, wrnana, rseD., r eDruary zi, iwa.
Sealed proposals. In triplicate, for furnish
ing hams, dry salt cure. In tierce, will be
received at thla office and at the office of
tne purchasing commissary, u. 8. army, at
Kansas City, Mo., and Chicago, 111., until
11 o'clock a. m. Tuesday, March 4th, 1903. at
which time and places they will be publicly
opened. Article of domestic production or
manufacture will be preferred to those of
foreign origin, cost and quality being
equal. Speciftcatlona aa to quantities, date
ana places of delivery, blank proposals and
further Information furnished on applica
tion to either office. Envelope containing
proposals should be Indorsed, "Proposal
4, 1902." and addressed to C. R. Krauthoff,
major, commissary, purchasing commis
sary, vnicago, in.; to w. 11. wean, captain,
Mmm uurv niirm,, nv gnmmlmmrv
sas City, Mo., or to William R. Grove, cap
tain, commissary, purchasing commissary
vjmana, ieo. wibUAM It. tiKUVfci.
Fort Rltev. Kansas. Fehrnarv IX. 1902
Sealed proposals in triplicate will be re
ceived at this office until 11 a. m.. central
time, March 20, 1902, and then opened, for
constructing tne louowmg ouimings, in'
eluding plumbing, heating and electric wlr
ng: tme artillery oarracx ana one aatiou
cavalry barrack at Fort Rilev. Kansas.
Bidder will state tn their bid the time In
which they will complete the work, a time
will form an Important consideration In the
award, run information and blank form
of proposal furnished upon application to
this office. Plans and specifications may be
seen nere. also in omce ot depot quarter
master at Chicago, et. iouis and Omaha.
United States reserves the right to accept
or reject any oi all proposals or any part
thereof. Envelopes to be Indorsed "Pro
posals for Public Buildings" and addressed
captain u. u. vresa, constructing quarter
WANTED for TJ. 8. army, able-bodied
unmarried men between ages of 21 and 35
citizens of United States, of good character
and temperate habits, who can speak, read
and write English. For Information apply
to itecruiting u nicer, 10m ana uoags sis.
In the District Court In and for Douglas
William G. Madden, plaintiff, vs. N
braska Fir Insurance Company, et al, de
To all creditor of Nebraaka Fir Insur
You and each of you are hereby notified
that In pursuance of an order of the dis
trict court ot Douglas county, made Janu
ary 17th. 1902, a dividend of two (2) per cent
on all allowed claims against the Nebraska
Fire Insurance Company has been de
clared; that said dividend Is payable at my
office, In the Brown block, In the city of
Omaha, and that payment thereof must
be demanded at my office, and unless such
demand be made by April 19th, 1902, you
and each of you will' be forever barred
from any right to participate In the funds
appropriated for said dividend.
Such claims must, be presented at th
office ot the undersigned, receiver. In th
Brown block, In the city of Omaha, Doug
laa county, Nebraska, or transmitted to
him at that address by mall. ,
Dated this 13th day of February, A. D. 1902.
A, U. WYMAN.
Receiver of the Nebraska Fir Insurant
Company. - F13 daot
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION.
State of Nebraska, Office of Auditor of
Public Accounts, Lincoln, February 1, 1902.
It Is hereby certified that the Atlaa As
surance company of Chicago, In the state
of Illinois, haa compiled with the Insurance
law ot this state, applicable to such com
panies ana is tnereiore autnonieo to con
tinue the business of fire end lightning In
surance In this state for the current year
ending January 81, 190$.
witness my nana ana tne seal or tne
auditor of public accounts, the day and
year first above written.
(Deal.; t nAiu.es wiBiun,
Auditor of Public Accounts.
Bv II. A. BAHCOCK. Deputy.
Thomas H. Fell, sole aa-ent. 406 Mer
chants' National bank building. F21dlt
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
Notice is hereby given tbat tne regular
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Bouth Platte Land company will be held
t the office or said company, in Lincoln,
Nebraska, at 11 o'olock a. m.. on the 6th
day of March, A. u.. mux
ur order oi lae noara ot in rectors.
Lincoln, Nebraaka, Feb. L 1902.
C. H. MORRILL, President
FS d30t A. B. MINOR. Secretary
Thi annual mtetlng of stockholders In
The Rea Publishing company will be held
t their .office In the cltv of Omaha on Unn.
day, Marcn a, i, at o cioca p, m., ror
the purpose of electing a board of director
and such other business ss may properly
come before such meeting. By order of tb
President. GEORGE B. TZSCHUCK,
IA1LWAY TIME CAHD.
UNION STATION 10TH AND MARC Y.
Chlcaaa Express... a 7:30 am a 6:10 Dm
Chicaa-o. Minneapolis at
St. raui Liimitea i:w pm a i:oa am
Minneapolis f. 8U Paul
Express b 7:30 am bl0:8 pm
Chicago Expreaa. al0:34 pm
Chicago at Xott-vsittra.
"Tha Northwestern Line."
Chicago Special ..a 7:10 am all :26 pm
Chicago Paaaenger a 4:16 pm a 8:00 am
Kastern juxpresa., aiv:oo am a t:uo um
Eastern Special ..a 4:66 pm a 4:06 pm
Fast Mall 3:40 pm
Omaha-Chicago u t a.. .a 7:10 pm a :zu am
Fast Mall a t:30 am
Cedar Rapid Pas a 6:30 pm
Twin City press a ctn am biv:zs pm
Twin City Limited a 7:66 pm a 3:40 am
Sioux City Local.
.a :i am a s:ew pm
a 3 40 am a 7:30 pm
a s.otj am a :ie pm
California uxpres itupm
Paclfla Express all: 30 pm
Eastern Express a 4:35 pm
Atlantic. Express a 7:00 am
Llncoln-Stromaburg Ex.b 4:05 pm b 12:30 pm
Orand isiana iocai o s.ju pat d 9:3 am
Caleage, Mllwaekee at St. PanL
Chicago Limited. ........a 6:00 pm a 3:05 ant
Chicago Omaha Ex..b 7:1$ am b 3:40 pm
St Loula Express aio-.ov am a 6:29 pm
K. C. At Bt L. Kxprea..al0:60 pm a 4:14 am
Chleaga, Book Island at PaclAe.
riaa xt nines and Dav
enport Local a 7:35 am a 9.35 pm
Chicago Exprea.... bll:l5 am a 6:06 pm
De Moine Local a 4:U pm bU:60am
Chicago Past Express. . a 4:36 pic a 1:36 pm
r,.a lii nines. Rock Is
land and Chicago.... a 7:40 pm a $ 26 pm
Lincoln, Colo. Springs,
rw, nvar. Pueblo aud
West .....a 1:30 pm A 4.1$ nm
tILWAT TIME CARD.
Colorado. Oklahoma A
Texas Flyer a 8;W pra a I W im
St. lxuls "Cannon Ball '
Express a :l pra a 3:30 am
St. Louis Local, Council
Bluff ........aio:w am aio.so pm
BURLINGTON STATION 10TH Jt MASON
hleaaa, Barllagtea At Qalacy.
Chicago Special a 7:0 am a!0:20 pm
nicago testiouiea ax. a 4:W pm a 7:46 am
.a 9:30 am a 4:06 om
...a 1:60 pm a 7:46 am
... 3:40 pm
Joaepk A t'oaaell
Kaaaaa City, SI,
Kansas City Pay Ex.
.a 9:30 am a 64 pm
Kansas City Nlcht Ex..al0:30 nn a 6:16 am
Bt. Loula Flyer a :10 pra aU:l5 am
Uarllagtaa at Mlssoarl River.
Wymore, Beatrice and
Lincoln a S:4n sm bll:KJ am
Nebraska Express a 1:40 am a 7:33 pm
Denver Mmlted a 4:2s pm a 3;J0 pin
Black Kli!:- nd J'uget
riounu, uenver con
nection a -An nm a S:4S sm.
Lincoln fast Mall b 3:60 pm a 1:17 am
Fort Crook and Platts-
u o.i pm uu:to am
c Jet. .a 7:40 pm a 3:30 am
Bellevue at Paclfio Jet.. a 3:00 am
WEBSTER DEPOT 16TII A WEBSTER'
Fretaeat. F.lkaora at Mlssaarl Valley.
Black Hills. Deadwood,
Hot Springs a 3:00 pra a 6:00 pm
Wyoming, Casper and
Douglas d $:00 pm $00 pm
Hastings, York, David
city, superior, Ueneva,
Exeter and Seward b 3:00 nm b3:00rm.
Norfolk, Lincoln - and
Fremont b 7:30 am b 10:21 am
Fremont Local o 7:30 am '
Nebraska Ixcal, Via
Weeping Water b 4:10 pra. a!0:25m
tfcleaa-o, at. Paal, Mlaaeapolis A:
Twin City Passenger.. 6:Mt am a :1R pm
Sioux City Passenger.. a 2:45 pm all:20 am
jmerson Lcca. Dt:pm l ;46 atu
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday. ' c Sun-'
day only, d Dally except Saturday, a Dally
New York-Rotterdam, via Bouloane. S. M.
New Twin-Screw s. s. of l$,0u tons register. '
Twin-Screw DnHnrnSr Mar. L 10 A. M.
Steamer AMSTERDAM, March $-10 A. M.
Steamer oiaiBlluoiil Mar. 1M0A.M.
Apply to Harry Monres. 1415 Farnam
street; J. S McNally, 1323 Farnam street;
H B. Jones. loo2 Farnam street, Omaha.
ARRANGING TO WEIGH MAILS
gaaerlateadeat West Arrives la
Oesaha to Lay Oat Ih
K. L. West, superintendent of th railway
postal service of the Sixth division. Is In
th city making arrangements for the
weighing of mall in this stats for tb pur
pose of securing a basis upon which - to.
make contracts with the railroads for four
According to the present arrangements,
about sixty people will be. added to thi
fore on the routes running through th
stato for a period ot time not less thai
thirty-five days. Of these men two will b
placed at tha Union depot, two at the Bur
lington depot, two at th transfer station
at Council Bluffs, on at th
Webster street depot, and one each
at Fremoat, Grand . Island, Paclfla -Junction
and Lincoln. Tb other men
will go on th various lines tha Union Pa
clfio from Omaha to Ogden and Pocatello,
tha Burlington from Pacific Junction and
Lincoln to Denver and Billing, th Omaha :
from Omaha to Sioux City, th Elkhorn and. .
tb other lines and branches In the state.
The men to do the weighing are taken
from the classified civil service list gs far
as possible, preference being (Ivan to those
who applied for places In the railway, mall
service. While the term specified for tha.
weighing Is thlrty-Ova days, it Is generally
extended to secure more reliable data, the
last weighing having been extended two
Thoaaaad Dollar Thrown Away.'
Mr. W. W. Baker of Plain view, Neb..
writes: "My wife had lung trouble for over'
fifteen years. We tried a number of doc
tor and spent over a thousand dollars
without any relief. She was very low and I
lost all hope, when a friend suggested try
ing Foley's Honey and Tar, which I did.
and thanks be to this great remedy It saved
her life. She la stronger and enjoys better
health than she has ever known In tan
years. Ws shall never be without Foley's
Honey and Tar and would ask those afflicted
to try It."
EASY FOR COMMISSIONERS
Coasty Dads Report No Tronbl la
Captarlagr Next Year'
The county commissioners'. ret urned. yea.
terdsy from the convention at Fremoat 1
and tell with gratification how easy It Is
for Douglaa county to get a state coo yen-,
tlon when Lancaster Is the most ambitious
opponent. They say they ssde no serjous
effort at all at Fremont, but hypnotl!
th delegates with a few tales ofatbe way
entertaining Is done In a reel live city, and
mat in commissioners ana supervisors
promptly fell Into line for Omsk. The
vote stood: Omaha. 47: Beatrice. 18: Lin
coln, t. Th attendance ot bona fide dele
gates at. Fremont was not greater than .
eighty-five at -any time, but the commis
sioners believe that the attendance here
next January -will Include at least 12$ com
missioners and supervisors, besides others
eligible to membership In the state associa
tion. The old executive staff. Including Treas
urer A. C. Harte of Douglas, was elected.
with the exception that Francis Phillips ot
Han county was made president There
was created legislative committee to can
slst of one member from egeh county ant
the work of which will be to draw tip de
sirable bills pertaining to revenues, fore
closures and delinquent taxes.
Children List II. '
"My little boy took the croup one night."
says F. D. Reynolds of Mansfield. O., "aa
grew so bad yeu could bear hint breathe all
over the bous. I thought be weald die.
but a few dosee of One Minute Oough Cure
relieved and eent him to sleep. That's tb
last we heard of the croup." One Minute
Cough Cure is absolutely safe and acts al
once. For coughs, colds, croup, grip,
asthma and bronchitis.
Railway Nates aad Pereanals.
Harry Hodge, secretary ta General Man
ager Holdrege ot lbs Burlington, Is In
Herbert Lang, traveling baasenrer asent
of the Per Marquette line at Chicago, la
W. H. Melville, northwestern agent of
tha 'Frisco, has returned to Omaha bead-
?uarters after an extended trip through
owa and Minnesota. ' ,
The Burlington will put on another
Pacinc-bound tourist sleeper on March 7.
It will start at Bt Louis, passing through
Kansas City, Bt. Joseph, Table Rock and
Wyroor to Oxford, Neb., where It wii
connect with the Omaha train.
Two special cars will be attached to Bur
lington train No. $ Friday afternoon to
carry down to IJnooln from Omaha the
) employes of tbat road who will attend
the firth annual bait of the Burlington
englnemen. This will be given In the
Auditorium and the attendance will be
about S.OuO. President George B. Harris ot
(be road has promised to attend and the
nmr-taJa from Omaha heedauerlers Will go
I la a 3ua.
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