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l OMAnA DAILY MKt FKIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1002.
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. Advertleeaaeat far these . hIhim
Will b takes watt I la ua. far h
eveataa edltlwa aad watll eVSlO p. m.
for mmi! aa4 Bandar
-Rates, 1 -a war Seat lasertlea,
1 a wor4 thereafter, KXMk ttkr
tlem. . The a4vrttaaeat aaaat ba
Advertisers, fcy reejeeattaa a kia
ber4 ofceelc, tu have answers eS
4rea4 (a a,afcere4 letter la cara
at Taa B. Aaswer aa 44rws4 will
k delivered mm preseatatiea af taa
' WASTED It ALB HKLP.
GOOD messengers wanted; Increased pay.
A. D, T. Co.. 318 South, 13th. B 366
' STEADY work, profitable work, for neat,
energetic bustlers. C. F. Adama Co.. 1613
Howard. , B-366
m vnn 1 uit mrn WOKKJ
If you live In tha country or In a mail
anTon. e farmers .t?ntockTaT7Ti;
ths n gborhood 'oS can xM easily
by four or five hours' worn.
o4 we wlU send you our proposition.
Tha Bee Publishing
WANTED, a good man In every county to
take subscriptions for Tha Twentieth
Century Farmer. Our agent make good
Wages everywhere. References required.
Adureaa, '.twentieth Vent my Faimer,
Omaha. Neb. . B-.ll
Shave, hair cut, sings, any work in bsrber
. line, Moier College, ltti Farnam sU, 3d
floor.' ilours. I to 1
WANTED aa ezpeHenced tinner and bicy
cle repair man. State reference and sal
' ary, i'. JJunn, Osceola, Neb.
1 B -646 !S
THE. Moler Barber college, 1623 Farnam
street, wants 1U0 young men at onoe to
learn ths bsrber trade and be prepared for
spring rush; oriiy eight weeks required;
steady practice, expert instructions, etc;
two years' apprenticeship saved; splendid
wares oald araduatea: can earn scholar-
Ship, board, tools, It desired; particulars
mailed free; write today.
WANTED, ' experienced bookkeeper for
wholesale: house ;. German preferred; refer
ences. ... U' y Bee. . B M634 M
WANTED, three coatmakers, two trousers
makers and one.vestraaker at once; tlryt
jlass work only. T. H. Boyer, Bloux city,
la. B-MH23 23
WANTED, electrtclart to run country
plant; give reference and salary wanted.
AddrSM V 47. Bae. '. .. B-MIli
WANTED, tinner who understands bicycle
Work; good wages and steady work to I
right man; aaaraes witn reiersnce. tu. 1 .
Olmsted, Wayne, Neb. B Mill 6
WANTED,, saletimen; a complete line of
gloves, mittens -and husking goods, in
cluding ladles' and genta' fine gloves. E.
F. Rate " 4c 40 manufacturers, Iowa
City, la. . . ... B M707 1
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED, two young lady students to
learn halrdreaalng, manicuring and chi
ropody and scleutlflo massage. Call or
write Room 220. Bee Bldg.
"WANTED, a once girl for general house-
wora; must Know now to uo piain coon
lng. Call at 2734 Caldwell sL C M278
SPLENDID opportunity -Is ofTerea young
ladles to learn halrdresslng, manicuring
or facial rosasage; only four weeks re
quired by our method of practical expe-
. rlence; expert Instructions, etc.; complete
outfit oi tools preavntea eacn graauate;
nnalttona euaranteed. Call or write Moler I
T ... 1 1 1 T; . -1 i.- ..... a. -1 ' I
. .UllVBV, 00 . t 1 ' 111 K7 V.
' C MOUI Z
WANTED A good girl for general house
work. Inquire 424 -North Wd St.
WANTED, flrst-clnss girl for general
housework. Mrs. L. T. Sunderland, 1:123
B. 32d St. C JVltMO o
WANTED, experienced nurse girl to do
second ' work and take care of child 4 I
years old... 2613 bU Mary a Ave.
.. .... C-340 V
WANTED, a competent glri for general
housework.- 1134 So. 80th Ave. C tl 28
WANTED, a good girl, general housework.
2304 Davenport Bt. C---4M2 ?8
NEAT girl for light housework; no- wash
y ing. ' Mis. J. J. wight, 2611 Famam.
- C M649 S
OOOD girl for general housework; must be
competent; no washing. Mrs. R. W.
Breokenrldge, 1310 8. 80th ave. C M714 2
FOR RENT HOUSES.
O. Wallace, Brown block.
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
2p. Offlc 1-1V4 Farnam. or Tela. 1663-W3.
unilQPQ In all parts of city. The O.
riVJUOlW F. DavU Co., 652 Bee Bldg.
HOUSES and flats. Rlngwatt, Barker block.
, . ' P 871
BIGHT-ROOM, modern, except f urnaoe, 822.
O. M. NatUnger, Bee Bldg. 'Phone 463.
. I.'. i -.vt:! .. D 873
TWO I r. house.
HOUBEBa, ffl. F...D. Wead. Jti24 Dougia.
Benils. . Paxton block.
. D 875
PAYNE, BOSTWICK a CO.. 101 N. Y. Ufa.
FOR RENT. 2613 N. 17th St. $18. . large 3
story modern house of 8 rooms slso barn.
- 85, 8-rootu bouse at 35th and Decatur St.
The Omaha, Realty Co., Uul Dougla St.,
upstair. it lie
1684 HARNEY, 13 rooms,
modern, - rent
1316 N. K"h Ave., 8 rooms, city water, 812.
. 1 , il . I . . IV A V.V. 41 . , ll.VIA-.ll, p-v. 1
W. FARNAM SMITH tt CO.. UM Farnam
FIVE unfurnished rooms, all modern and
nrst-clessY - 2134 Miami et. i 314
FOR RENT Bight-room ' detached modern
bouse ana earn, zitu fierce jj os7
VANS and baggage, wagons.
FOR RENIN FURNISHED ROOMS.
DEWEY European hotel. 13th and Farnam,
ONE furnlshbd rooiti, with heat, on car
line. UIJ Cla-k; tt per month. E 866
FOR RENT, large south front room, with
alcove, mantel grate and large closet.
1908 Capitol Ave. K 361
TWO newly furnished rooms, with or wlth-
2118 Grace st
E MJ 3
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
i i 1
NICE borne for young men.. 108 S. 26th BL
ROOMS and board. Olencalm, 1108 Douglas.
TEAM heated rooms with board, isof
Capitol Ave- : , " - . . F 463
FOR RENT, nicely furnished, steam heated
rooms, with or without board. Midland
hotel, 16th and Chicago Bts. F 331
IaARQK ps flora, single or suite. The Rose.
1V20 Hainey. F" 4
FURNISHED front rooms, single or en
suite, with board; reference. 816 8. 26th
St. F AlJOt w
IiAROB south front alters room, modern.
y se Harrey. - F Mtsg 2
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED ROOMS.
room space, 86 per month, ground
floor room in The Be building, facing
Farnam street; no expense fur light, heal
er janllrr service. K. C. Peters Co.,
Rental Agents. Be building. Q 114
FIVE unfurnished room. 1180 N. 17th.
FOB RENT STORES AND OFFICES.
OR RENT, the building formerly occu
pied by The Bee at 14 Farnam St. It ba
tour stories sud I saeinent which was
formerly used aa The - bee pre room.
This will be rented very reaauuably. If
interacted apply at once to C. C. Rose
tur, secreUa-v- roe uL Bee but-ding.
FOR HKKT-ITOMKI AND omCU.
run j . r, 1 , aio in nri-ciwa miiuii,
rant reasonable. Apply R. C Peters A
Co., around floor. Bee Bids. I 346
STORE ROOM at Ntth and Howard: good
location for any kind of hualneee. Inquire
of Wright Lasbury, 506 South 16(r BL ,
county to solicit subscriptions to TUB
TWENTIETH CENTUKI FARMER.
Steady employment with amured good
income. Agent In the country with
horse and buggy especially desired. Can-
vaaaera mane easily wo to fiuv per month.
Addraas Century Farmer Solicitors' Bu
reau, Bte building, Omaha. -413
AGENTS to sell the new combination life.
accident ana neaitn policy, issuea ci
clualvely by the Conservative 1.1 fe Insur
ance company; aaaeta, 31,600,000; old line
company; liberal contract for energetic,
competent men. - Addreaa the company,
Masonlo Temple, Ienrer, Colorado.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANT to rent, small modern house, with
yard .J shade; no objection to dls-
tance, but must be accessible to cars.
Addreaa U 48, Bee. . K M645 2
SMALL, American family wants two- or
three furnlehed, rooms, with board. Ad
dress U 43. Bee. K-MM f
WANTED Two or three furnished rooms
by gentleman and daughter, within ten
minutes' walk of postofflce. References
given and required. U 46, - Bee.
K 61J !7
WANTED by twoayoung men permanent I
room In private "family; reference!! fur- I
nlahed. Address V , Bee. K M70y ;
WANTED TO. "BUY.
WANTED to buy, a smsH'amount of dry,
Iood black walnut, l men ana tnicKer. u
ouglus. N M344 IS
WANTED, to buy, second-hand gasoline
engine. 4 or f-horse-power. Address V J,
Bee office. Answer today. -S87
BM ALL, cheep lot, within two blocks of
car, or within walking distance. Street
must have water and sewer. Address U 41,
Bee. . N 638-2
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FOR SALE FURNITURE.
CHICAGO Furniture Co.. Ml Dodge. TeL
2ud. New and secondhand, bougnt, Sold.
exchanged u SH
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS, ETC.
THE BEST in buggies ana wagons St H.
Frost's, 14th and- Lieavenworth. P SIM
RUBBER-TIRED coupe, newly painted,
3iuu; glass side rock way, 3U; family
carriages, w to eacn; wsgons. j-irum-mond
Carrluge Co., Uts ana ilarney.
EXTRA line new light delivery wagons, H
usual prloe. Wm. Burg, 1443 Sherman ave.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FIR timbers for bousemovers, etc., 40 to
71 lUi crlODUaT ana nog tence. yui uoug
lae. iDilAND saf cheap.
Cerlght, U1S Farnam.
INDIAN goods and relics, 1U3 Farnam.'
TYPEWRITERS, latest models Remlng-
ton. Smith-premier, uenamore, replaced
by the UNDER WOOD; low price. A. H.
workman at Co., Ul7 Farnam. 'Phone Zua.
inuiNn aafa chain. Bchwarta. 114 fl. 12t
" , .
ti . 333
FOR SALE, phonographs, superior to any
ather musloal Insttument; to UD. The
w - .... I
Wlttman Co., 1631 Farnam.
100 STYLES trusses, catalogue tree. Sher
man 4k McConnell lrue Co., 16th and
Dodge, Omaha. 33
rnn hale. scholamhlD In a omaha
shorthand school, cheap. Inquire 233 Bee
Bldg. V MWiS
I SAMPLE piano, eastern msnufactura, fully J
warranteu. at a oargaiu. owm tit, no-
Cague tlQg. ; SI mim
BEAUTIFUL Chlckering upright piano at
a sacrifice. Room 414 McCague bldg.
. 1 . O M781
BIcrCLES, phonographs and supplies,
Omaha Bicycle Co., Cor. 16th and Chicago
. Bta. -1
TWO freah milch cows for sale. 8108 Sew
ard St. Q-MI36 Ml
FOR BALE. SECOND-HAND LUMBER
200,000 feet 01 secona-nana lamoer win oe
old tt one. It north end of exposition I
it rounds, inquire oi 1L . caay Lumber
Co. Tel. 3S1. V 643 Ml
POR a a LK kindling wood, 31.50 per load
noTthtnAotKMon groumls, neai
lHtb street. Just north of old Mldwa
FiRflT-CLASS restaurant, in Bouth Omaha.
doing goou ousiness; come ana invesu
ate: good place for first-class man. In
quire 2507 P St. Q-M632 M4
FOR SALE Burro saddle,
Wirt Bt. Ten oonars;
-) 12 2H'
MRS. FRITZS, clairvoyant, 818 N. 16th.
MM S3. UYLMER, genuine palmist, 816 B. 16.
Mm a. Ames, Cumberland house, 16th 4k Cap,
T 771 Mi
MME. SMITH, baths, 113 N. 15, 2d floor, R 1
A -Mfl All-
BONTON PARLORS, 821) N. 16th, flat B.
T aUJk 38
BEATRICE HARLOW, baths; Egyptian
treatment, attandanL 831 Vt N. 16th. Flat
A. . T-M9 Ml
1615 Howard, flat
JESSIE LEE, massage, 607 S. 13th, room 8.
T M6.16 MD5
PRIVATE hospital, before and during con
finement; oaoies aaoptoa, juus urant bu
Mrs. Osrdsls. Tel. F-IUJ. U 897
DR. ROY, chiropodist, corns and superflu
ous hair removed oy electricity, tt. u.
MME. SMITH, baths. 118 N. 16 3d floor, r 1
U M4US JH10-
HAIRDRESSING, manicuring and chiro
pody, ior laaies oniy, in connection witn
Ths Bathery. 216-3J0 Bee Bldg. U-3Dt
ACCORDION pleating, cheapest, best and
aulckeac Mrs. . c. aiara, ii st uougiaa.
LIE BEN, theatrical, masquerade costumer.
1013 Farnam. u ma
CHIROPODY a specialty. In connection
with The Bathery. rooms 218-220 Bee Bldg.
Tel. 1716. . U-643
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
ana retau. Collins piano co., ui uoug
.laa. U 4tj
VIAVL woman's way to health; rations!.
wholesome boms treatment. Bee Biag.
GOLDMAN'S, the only perfect pleatiag
piant in tne weau wt Douglas diock.
SHAMPOOINO and halrdreeslna. 260. Ia
connection with Ths Bathery, 216-330 Be
ouuuing. lei. ill. u eal
RUPTURE oermanantly cured in 80 to
. days; send for circular. O. 8. Wood, M.
D.. 621 New York Ufa Bldg.. Omaha. Neo.
Middlemla, wall paper cleaner, 1408 Jackson.
U iM M-t
ELIT1 PARLORS, 618 S. 16th St., 2d floor.
. U-M790 M7
PRIVATE home lsdles before and during
ronnneinem; aaopt oatuee. ztw nuroett.
Mrs. BurgeL U M9l M10
HELLO. CENTRAL! 1660 Pleas.
Th Stoecker Cigar Co.
This Is Mr. "Expert Judge" talking. Win
you, send a box oi
Stoecker Cigars .
to my office at once? 1 consider them
the best 6c straight clgaf 1 havs ever
smoked. Bav the bands; (bey are va1 li
able. U -3
:m;ptur cured for 6No pain, ia
letentlon from business; send for cir
culars. Empire Rupture Cart Co., W
N. T. Ufa bldg.. Omaha. U-aU78
SECRET SERVICE .
Business, Criminal and Personal.
Privata Work a flneclaltv.
II. M. BOWKHS, 261 N. 24th Bt.. Omaha.
GEORGE: Read page Wt March What To
Kat and surprise .the boys tonight.
Mollle. - U M7u6 1
MOSEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
WANTED, city loans, bonds and arrants,
Meorge at company, .out arnaj street.
44 PER CENT on buelness property,
per cent on residence property.
Options to pay whole or part say time.
W. B. MEIKLK. 401 k 15th 4ff.
WANTED, city loans and warrants. W.
jrarnam emitn at Co., uh arnam m.
WANTED, city and farm loans also bonds
and warranu. it. u. meters at t-o,,
arnam bu, use uiug. w eua
MONET to loan on improved Omaha real
estate. Brennan-iove Co., m ttouia ujx.
FARM and city loans, low rates, w. H.
inomaa, mi .xac naac tuoi. ieiiM
IVs TO I P. C. money.
Be mis, Faxten Bis.
PR1V.T1B . ah.r--ood mi N
VATK money. Sherwood. 3T N
FOR SALE. FARM AND CITY LOANS.
H. C. PETERS CO., DEE BO.. OMAHA.
w wi tcnt
MORTQAOai. d. O. Wallace, Brown Blk.
. ' W 414
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1&24 Douglas
i PER CENT loans.
Oarvla Bros.. 1604
$300, 1500 AND 31.000 private money, 1. 3, I
or I years, on esstern Nebrsska farms or
well located cottages In Omaha. W. L.
Selb;. Board of Trade Bldg. W 911
MONBY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
Pianos, Horses, Wagons, Carriages
and otner cnatieia. I
We make I
mlaki lajaisb. . I
without mortgage to persons who I
h jv nerninent ooaltlona. You can I
gcr the money on very short noUte
...1 uuv it uack In one month, or
Keep it longer, and pay for It only
wnat time you. kesp .It. We are
leaders in low rates, uUIck and 00 n-
ndential service and courteous treat
ment. We Invite comparison of
Mies, time, payments, etc. We
dive you the full amount ot the
LOAN In cash. We always "try to
uUAriA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
113 Board of Trade Bldg. . Tel. t2tf.
tstabusbed loM. Jo So. loth St.
' A 947
WE NEVER REQUIRE SECURITY,
SALARY loans on YOUR NOTE.
Only requirement a steady position.
Nil Mortsage. endorser or publicity.
(SMALL FAX MEN T8 REDUCE. COST.)
Weekly, Seml-Monthly or Monthly.
(PRIVATE OFFICE FOR LADIES.)
. V." ' ."cuooi
Teachers, Bookkeepers. Htenographers or
any employes given Ume to suit their
GUARANTEE Lowest Rsteg In Town.
VERY private ortlcea. EASILY found.
Telephone 1411 for eve. date. '
No charges tor lntormatlon or papers.
Open ,-Noou:,. J?? S y,n,' 5urday
iivenlngs. Can callonyou If preerrea.
L'I 1 A HI .h:
RiABLJii CKELtlT COMPANY.
Room 303 Third Floor, Paxton Block.
. i . X-70I
LARGEST BU81NEB8 IN LOANS TO
uil.AHlED PEOPLE, merchants, taa m.
sters, boarding houses, sic, without se- I
lurny , caami it . .i , TC wiuwa m prin
cipal dues. Tolman, 440 Board of Trade
Bldg. ' Jt 123
FURNITURE. PIANOS, HORSES, ETC.,
LOANo. "Absolutely Without removing
goods." WrUten guarsntee given to this
effect. AMERICAN LOAN Co., Room
qui, paxton Dtocx. a 413
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
people; business confidential; lowest rates.
614 paxtou block. - Tho J. A. Hutton Co.
MONEY 'loaned on furniture. ' live atook.
Jewelry, to suianea peupie. roiey uoan
Co.. sue. Ui una ureea, s uarner 1J1X.
MONEY losnedon pianos, furniture, jew-
tmj, ..m ...
LOANS on CHATTELS and SALARIES.
J. W. TAYLOK. 633 Paxton block. . - .
TO GET in or oUt of business call on Wil
liams, Koom 411, McCague building.
. 3425 '
WHEN you want to buy, sell er exchange
your business or property quick communi
cate wim one w u u naa uia vuBiomers... j,
IL Johnson, 843 14. Y. LIXs. Phone L-t27u. '
FOR SALE Millinery store, . doing good
business; aisu gooo noiei tor sais tor lease
to right party), both good locations In
N E. XseDraaaa. can or writs an n, X,
Lit Duuaing, umua. z m
T-ROOM brick flat, nicely furnished, fine I
location, roomers only. Furniture fori
aaie reasonaoie. i-sriy leaving cuy.
li. jonnson, ii. a. aaii. i mat
FOR SALE, or trade, my enure livery
IIIIVI, l w WK.va... w V A I ... V.
Utter back. Ogdan Livery, Council Blurts.
FOR SALE, a well selected stock of hard
ware ana some implements; also store
building; good location, east front; write
quick. J. F. Wyvel, Aliuiworth, Neb.
MR INVESTOR. SHOW V8 A SINGLE
INSTANCE where there was ever a cent
fust In buvlna- shares In a SALMON CAN
NERY COMPANY on the Pacific coast.
If you call, you can get a good reward.
When you have fully convinced yourself
that this is a fact why not send for par
ticulars to the company, who offers you
today ONE DOLLtR shares at 15 CENTS
and the next block goes positively to 26
CENTS. A quick investigation will surely
be big money to you Dy writing to the
INTERSTATE FISHERIES COMPANY.
suz-303 racuic cioca. oeattie. wasn.
16,000 buys 3 6-room cottages, modern ex
cept furnace, and 1 4-room cottage, in
aood condition; continually occupied: 850
monthly; fine location oil 17th at., 10
blocks north P. o. : H cash, ft easy;
owner sains: to California for health:
avail yourself of a 12 per cent invest
ment quica. j. 3t. jonnson, i. f. Lire. .
BICYCLE and gun repair shop for sale
cheap. Aaaresa c. w. i unrer. uiierton.
Neb. Y M710 6-
WILL exchange good oak wardrobe for
folding bed. N 48. Bee, Z-M510
WILL exchange 846 acres good Improved
farm land, all under cultivation, for mer
chandise. Land in "Burt county, eastern
Nebraska, 3 muss rrom f. o. Address La
W. Newell, Bancroft. Neb. Z M5&6 Ml
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
BEAUTIFUL 7-room house and lot; a bar
gain. 2514 Marcy at. RLM508 M2
PAYNE. BOSTWICK gt CO.. 801 N. Y. Ufa.
NEW Snow-Church Co., 4tb floor N. T.
Life Bldg., Omaha, Neb. Largest law,
collection and real estate agency in the
world. Associate banks attorneys and
real estate brokers in ovary county in the
United State and cities of foreign eoutv
trtoa. . - BE 47
ALFALFA STOCK FARM.
A auarter section of alfalfa land and a
section of pasture adjacent. Adjoining
land last ysar paia over low per cent.
Will double In value In five years. A
snap at twelve dollars per acre. Easy
terms. Address Box 66, Lexington. Neb.
Ra 309 UJ
RANCH and farm lands for sal by the
Union Paclflo Railroad company, B. A.
McAllsalar, land commiaaluaer. Caioa Pa-
cino Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
FOR. BALIS REAL FSTATB.
HOUSKH, lota, farm, reaches, loena: alee
fire insurance, ttniti raxton noes.
; . KB-trl
HOUSES Harrison Mot-tun. Tel. Jli.
IF TOU want one e-t the nicest -roora
homes In Hanaeom riace, 1 will give yea
J bargain. Owner left city. Muat Sell.
. U. ttherwooa, wl N. I. i. Bldg.
FORTY acres fnr rent. " 4 miles -northeast I
ef Omsha; splendid garden piece; 4 perl
acre, w. T. uransm, u uee mag.
... RE-6S H
FOR SALE, forty seres, four miles north-
esst er omtni nrte ooitom una; apien
dld for gardening; V Hr acre.' W. T.
Graham, mit Bee Bltlg. RE 862 Zl
Charles E., 1201
FARM81 FARMS I FARMSI .
For bargains In farm property go te
O Weill s neai - sata-e Agency, bou
Omaha. - RB 42
March 4, 1902, ' we Will take our
next party to look at Boyd County I
lands.' - Send in your name at once if
you want to go. ; . " 1
POTTtR, FORGAN & HASKtLL,
4M N. Y. UFK BUILDING,
TeL 4?. - , OMAHA, NEB.
I t a 11 U UU.t 1
RB M5WJ 1
llb.000 921-4 Douglas, formerly Lauer
Bros., or rent W4; also ssven rooms up
stairs. JC. Kuhlman. 42 N, K7th at. .
E-Sua M24 .
HOUSES and lots In ail parts of cuy; also
acre property ana iarm lanua. ina u. a.
Davis Co.. Room KX, Bee Building.
... Rai 4tO
CHEAPER THAN RENTING,
t houses on S. 29th ave., between Farnam
and 4ougias, s rooms eacn, moaern,. iur
nare ami fireplace: only 32,000. half cash. I
balance s years,,. per cent., utringer,
Paxton block. Jb tuatt I
I i i . I
' INVESTMENT. I
im s. Rlock A Jettera Addition to South I
. v I
Lot 60 feet by 140 feet; four houses; rent
,or 120 month; city water In each
With good coal of "point and a few re-I
DalrS- would, rent tot JW per .month. 1
pfi", ,W7s. I
. .... .v.i. -.. r I
, TUKEY 4t SON. Board ot Trade,
ii4 oil a 1
Ja.W JTlUUDAl " CDI Cllimil 11 V. 1 ,
Eight large rooms, besides reception hall.
Attic ana tuii-sisea Dasement.
Beautiful oak finish and polished.
Oak floors downstairs.- Built especially
-.well for a home.. Owner called east
. and muat sell. Bargain price, 16, Ow.
HARRISON 4t MORTON. N. Y. Life-.
, . RE Moi
HOUSE, 13TH AND LAKE STS.
2411 N. lmh st., t rooms, very ueatruble location,-
within block' one best schools
city. .Price, 31,60u.0u..
GEOBGE AND COMPANT. 1601 Farnam.
EIOHT-ROOM house and barn, shade and
fruit treea. larae yard and garden
one mile southwest llanacora park.
tl.bOO, or might rent. to good tenant.
HARRISON MORTON, .
m New York Lite Binge tel. 314.
Large seveh-room house, all modern con
iurnace; on paveu airnei; i
rood barn;' a handsome home. Price
o. -nut mi - I
FOR BALE, B-room modern cottsge, $l,26a
The l iV. Davis Ca.. a'M Bee bldar.
v . '. -,RE M71S M4
I : '
PR. PRIES, the ackfaoWledged leading
specialist In diseases of women in Omaha,
would call the attention of suffering
ladles to his unsurpassed accommodations
before and during confinement, and his
treatment for irregularities, no matter
what cause. Callor a aureus, witn- stamp,
Dr. Pries. Arlington .block, 1613 Louse,
(Imohn . 1 431
GID E. 1 ALICE JOHNSON, osteopath.
Suite 615 N. X. Life bldg. TeL 1664.
DR. A. t. HUNT, 612 McCague Bldg. TeL
DR. MRS. MUS1CK, Dougla Blk. TeL 2823.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
GREGG Shorthand. Om. C CoL, lth de Doug
A. C. VAN. SANT'S School. . 717 N. Y. Life,
BOYLES College, court reporter principal.
N. Y. Llo. 434
NEB. Business Shorthand College, Boyd
Theater. ' 37
INSURANCE policies, old-lln comi
purchased. Loans on policies Call
sj Call on or
write The Putnam CO. an-
6 N. Y. Life
Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
FRUIT, shade and ornamental trees, vines,
shrubs, robes, small fruits, etc. Address
Omaha Nursery, Papllllon, M14
THE OARDENERB protect old age aa well
aa life. Charter memoers ires,, rarticu-
lars from Frank ttosewatsr, supreme
manager, ra Bee Riog. m
PACIFIC Storage and Wsrehouse Co., 812-
814 Jones, general storage ana lorwarqing.
I riM Van. lttar. Co.. 15UV4 Fara. Tela. 1669-861.
TEL. USL M. S. Walklln, gill Cuming St.
WHY not get the beet? The Tribune
bicycle cannot te excelled. 1901 models
at bargains while they last. Gas mantles,
burners, chimneys, shades, gasoline
lamps. Louis Flescher, 1622 Capitol ave.
' MM6 Ml
MONROE Coal and Feed Co. 'Phone tTL
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
JuUa Vaughn. 480 Ramge Bldg.
L. HENDERSON. 1518 Farnam. TsL 1261
SHAW, Voice, 611 Bheelyl
TAMPS, COINS. BTC.
BOUGHT Omaha Stamp Co., 808 8. 13th.
TRUNKS, traveling bags, suit cases; trunk
repaired. Cm. 'irunk Factory, 1 Farnam.
WANTED TO BORROW.
WANTED to borrow immediately 33.000 for
one or two year oa Improved city prop
erty. U ta, , -miaa a-
BAOLR Loan Cntlc. reliable, accommodat
ing; all business eonudantlaL 1301 Dougiaa
WATERS FRINTINO COMPANT. Tale
phone SIM Ui Beuth Thirteenth street
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners, 14J4 B. lath.
lRE8SMAKINO In families or at homa
Mlas Sturdy, l Farnam. 57 F
niCKEt, FLAT I SO.
OMAHA Plating Co., Bee bldg. Tel. IMS.
OMAHA Hay Bale-Tie Co.. Ul North Uth,
I GLOBE COUCH CO., Ul Leavenworth,
'lei. sura. e sue
omaha steam Laundry i
shirts. Ic: collars.
Leavenworth. TeL Mi.
F. MELCUOIR, uth
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly- atteaaed to. J. X. Ocnlliree,
svth ana Lake streets. it
The undersia-ned win. on Thursday. March
SO, isoci, at 3 u clock p. hi. at the trout uoor
oi the courthouse in O'Neill, Nebrsaks, sell
at puouo auction,' tor caan, ina lutiuwing
aeacnoea real eaiats; ion aiuuinn quar.
ter ot section (1M eighteen, and the north'
west quarter of the northeast quarter and
the northeast quarter ot the northwest
misrliiP ca ri f ha at a at t half tf lh nnrl hMRI
quarter or section (1 nineteen, and the
west halt of the soutnwest quarter and the
inuinMut ouarter at tha miuihwaat auarter
ana the soutnwest quarter ot the southeast
quarter ot section (l'i) seventeen, all in
townanip 2S, range IK. Holt county. Ne-
.... ..'-. . .V. . u
and . L. Marshall, bankrupts; said sale
will oe maae suDjeci to an vana iiena, ana
confirmation by the referee in banitruptcy
For more snecinc lntormatlon s a ureas
Koom mi Manhattan building, Des Moines,
lowa. iwi M. BTkiDMAN, Trustee.
The annual meeting of stockholders in
The Bee Publishing company will be held
at tneir omce in tne city ui umana on jaon
pay, March 3, at 4 o clock p. m., tor
tn purpose 01 electing a board ot directors
and auch other business aa may properly
come before such meeting. By order ot the
president, uHiUHU . 'raxjtiuua,
Febl3 lutM til
In the District Court In and for Douglas
William Q. Madden, plaintiff, vs. Ne-
braaka Fire Insurance Company, et aJ, de
To all creditors' of Nebraska Fire Insur-J
wrS -e m -k- i..e4
that in pursuano ot an order ot the die-
trlct court of Douglas county, made Janu-
Fir Insurance Company ha, been de-I
clsred; that said dividend is payable at my
.--- -- . .,
-"1 rr, T.w
a V. Anrll imh 1HM n I
demand be mad by April 19th, 1902. you
and eaob of you will be forever barred
from any right to participate In th funds
appropriated for said dividend.
.j .... U .Uln.. mnal h. hr.a.ntlil - f ia
omce ot tbunderslgned; reoalver.-in the-
U,an hlni-k In tha CltV OI OmiUlL UOUS' I
las county, Nebraska, or transmitted to
him at that address by mail.
Datea this 13tn asy ot sorusry, a. li. in.
A. U. YV I MAIN,
Receiver of the Nebraska Fire Insurants
KnTICll fllf RTnPKHnlJlRRH' MEk'TINn
Notice is hereby given that the regular
I annual meeting of the stockholders of the
South PUtts Land company will be held
at tha ofhee ot said company. In Lincoln.
Nebraska, at 11 o'clock a. m., on the 6th
day of March, A. d.. uwi
By oraer oi tne owira ot directors.
Lincoln, .Nebraska, Feb. 1. 1902.
C. H. aVORRILL. Presldsnt
F3 dSOt A. B. MINOR. Secretary.
WANTED for U. B. army. able-bodied
unmarried men between axes ot 21 and 86.
cltliens of United States, of good character
ana temperate naoun, wny ran ijiraa, reau
and write English. For Information apply
o jicviuiuui uuiv-ci, Miu aim imii
POSTOFFICA NOTICE, '
(Should be read dslly by all interested,
1 cnanges may occur ai any ume.
Foreign malls for the week ending March
1, 1903, will close (PROMPTLY In
all cases) at the General Poatoffice as
follows: PARCELB POST MAILS close
ONE HOUR EARLIER than closing time
shown below. Parcels Post malls for Ger-
I many close at 6:00 p. m. Wednesday, per
I a. Mecar, ana naay per a. a. raiatia.
Regular and Supplementary malls close
at Foreign Branch half hour later than
closing time shown oeiow (except that
Supplementary Mans ior Europe ana Cen
tral America, via Colon, close one hour
later at Foreign Brancnj.
SATURDAY At 7 a. m. for EUROPE,
per a. s. Campania, via tjueenstown; at
7 a. m. for uali direct, per s. s. Lann
(mall must be directed "per s. a Lahn");
at 7:30 a. m. for ,JJHBRLANp8 dl-
L!r.r. , - n..7."".
a. m. for SCOTLAND direct, per s. s.
itorla (mail must O curecte "per s. .
I 'PRINTED MATTER, ETC. This steamer
i taxes rrimea maiier, commercial i'a-
same class of mail matter for oiber part
ot Europe will not be sent by this ship
iinla aueclallr directed by Ik
After the closing of , the Supplementary
h dltionai Supplementary Malls are opened
Transatlantic wans auuve namea, ua
on the piers ot tne American, cnsiisn,
French and German steamers, and ra -
main open until within Ten Minutes ot
lua iiuui v -
Malls for Soath and Central America,
West ladles, Bte.
FRIDAY At 10 a. m. for NEWFOUND
LAND direct, per s. s. Benedict; at 11
m. for MAiuu, per s. s. ttenec.
Tamplco (mall must be directed ' per
a. Seneca") at 13 m. tor uuAUtujLTK,
MARTINIQUE. BARBADOS. BRITISH
eneca "); at 13 m. for GUADELOU
DUTCH AND FRECH UUIANA. per s.
s. Talisman (mall must be directed "per
s. s. Talisman"); at "11:30 p. m. for
BAHAMAS, per steamer from Miami,
SATURDAY At 9 a. m. for Porto Rico, per
s. s. can juan; at a. in. supplementary
s no . m i for ccracao and vKNwf.
zuiiiA, per a. s. z,uiia (man for
Savanilla and Cartagena muat be dl
for " INXguI and HA'fTi; peV .
Xuenburf; wt v:w a. m. ituppjementary
x -. . . i iruQr i nt a imvux
DUTCH and FRENCH GUIANA, per a.'
a Korona (mail for Grenada and Trinl.
Vs.- A M I 6 INI .A M IH . nl HRIT H U
dad must be directed "per s. s. Korona");
at 8:30 a. m. supplementary 10:30 a. m j
lor ruKiuftCi loiiAnu, Jamaica,
TOW pert. Athoa (llr CMti
mca must oe airectea "per s. s. Atnoi
at 10 a. m. for CUBA, per a. a. Morro
&W. T&D d-CIUDAD
BOLIVAR, per s. s. Maraval; at 12:30
f. m. (supplementary t p. m.j ior tuhkb
BLAND and DOMINICAN REPUBLIC,
per a. xmsw iota.
Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to North
Sydney, and thence by steamer, cloae
at this office dally at IM p. m. (con-
nectlus close here every Monday.
Wednesday and Saturday). Malls for
Miquelon. by rail to Boston. And these
b steamer, close at this offloe dally st
6 30 p. ta. Malls for Cuba, by rail to
Florida, and thence by a learn era, are
dispatched dally, final connecting cloaca,
lur oisvavca via ren :ampa. on nun-
days at 4 30 a. m., Wednesdays .and
Fridays, 30 a. m. for dispatch via
Miami, n Mondays and Fridays at lt:to
p. m. Malls for Mexico City, overland,
unless specially addressed for rllepelch
! stetmer, ei at uiie omce nany ex-
. .-M I 1 l n nut 11 'HI n. m.
Sundays at 1:0 p. in. and 11.30 p. m. I CHICAGO, Feb. IT. Dr. Orvllle 8. Bur
Malls for Cost. Rica, Bellae, Puerto j Dttt today faced m Jury which had been
r: .i,u.l,l.V.btirJ0 td during the day to try him oa the
at this' office dallv except Sunday ell
) n m . Rindavs St l:0o D. m. (con- 1
days fur Coat Rl.-a). "Bcgisterea man I
closes at t oo p. m. previous dsy. I
' - Traasoaeiao Malls. I
ana iur iiawau, cn n .' r - 1
limine laiaotia. via Han ranciaca. ciuae 1
here dally at 4:30 p. m. up to February I
2trt, Inclusive, for despatch per s. a. I
Mail, for Australia reitcntWeatAuatialla. I
which goes via Europe ana rxew 1
im tna, wmcn goes Zi"'l
and FIJI Islands, via Vancouver, close I
here dally at :! p. m. after February I
2t and up to March 1. inclusive, 'or I g
dispatch per a. a. Mlowera Oupplo-
mentary mails, via Seattle and Vic to-1
na. oinae here at t o. m. March I a
Malls for Hawaii, via Ban Francisco, close I
hir. "": : m: UD
"t, inclusive, lor aispatcn per a. . Aia-1
Malls for Hawaii, Japan. China and Thll-1
hdaur .a rra.mH
S, Inclusive, for despatch . per s. s. I was no post mortsva exstnlnatiou of th
Cfint If! I Aew ea tt hArMiar'a turn n tltl
Malls for Tahiti and Marquesas Islands,
via San Francisco, close here daily at
6:30 p. m. up to March 12, Inclusive, l
n n. M inni.
... &. . 1 1 ' . . i' . A ll .
wn rh la rorvarflMl via KuroDfl. rtfw 1
Zealand, FIJI. Samoa and Hawaii, via I
Ban ranoisco, close here aaiiy at I
aTliSi" ZZ arriva1. of
Etruria, due at New York March , I
rstoa 4ana Inh ra m m Van 1 11 ra
Mall for China and' Japan, via Vancou
ver, close here dallv at :W n. m. up to
March "IS.- Inclusive, for despatch, per
a. a. Empress of India (registered man
must be directed 'via Vancouver". Mer
chandise for the IT. S. Postal Agency at
(Shanghai cannot oe lorwaraea via can
Tranapaclfia ' mails are forwarded to port
or sailing daily ana tne scneauie 01 clos
ing is arranged the presumption ot
their uninterrupted overland transit.
Registered mail closes at 6:00 p. m.
iiAUMirr lllil ViW CATT PMlmnta,
PoBtofflce, New York. N. Y., Feb. 2L 1S02
RAILWAY TIME CARD.
UNION STATION 30TH AND
Illnols CeatraL . -', ' '
Chicago Express a 7:20 an a 6:10 pm
Chicago, Minneapolis cV
Su Paul Limited a 7:60 pm a 8:06 am
MlnnaaDOlla Ac fit. Paul
Express b 7:30 am bl0:36 Dm
Chicago Express al0:Ju pm I
"The Northwestern Line." I
Chicago Bpeciai ai:iuam aii:zo pm
Chicago passenger 1 1:111 pm a i:w am 1
Kastnrn 'U.xpresa.. ...... .aiv:w am t i:m urn
Eastern Special a 4:66 pm a 4 06 pm I
ai mail ....... -........ o.piu a..wpmi,h. .m.lt ..rln. . t,l. N.ar Kark
Omaba-Chlcago L t d... a 7:46 pm a 1:30 am
a 8:30 am
Cedar Rapids Pass..
Twin City Express
Twin City Limited..
Sioux City .Local....
a 6:30 pm
. 7:06 am alO:25 pm
7:65 pm a 8:40 am
..a SOa am a 8:60 pm
..a 9:40 am a 7:30 pm
Fast Mall... a 8:60 am a 3:26 pm
v.matam Express,....... a 4:35 nm
Atlantic Express......... a 7:00 am
and'land "Loc5":b I i 5 5 S
Cleao, Hllwaskts at St. Paol.
ijmttad a 6 00 cm a 8 M an.
K isKjSlSfiSta tit Si
. , .
Bt touI Express.. .... .a!0:00 am a :2S pm I
CMcago, Bock lalaad Pacldo.
n. Moines and Dav- . .
enoort Local... .......a 7:35 am a 1:35 oml
Chicago .express. . uu;" : pm
iee atoinea i7c-ai m -.w pin wu:w am
L'hlcegu Fsst Exprsa..a 46 iB a 1: pm
UM Ulua, liu-at -
land and Chicago.... 7:44) pm a 1:28 pm
W H.O 1.
Lincoln, Colo. Springs, .
Denver, rueoio ana
West -a 1:80 pm a 4:1S pm
Colorado, Oklahoma 4k
Texas flyer a iw pm a s:o am
I St. Louis -cannon oait-
.a 6:15 pm a 8:20 Am
St. Louis Local, Council
Bluffs alO.OO am al0:3 pm
BURLI.XGTOJf STATION 10TH as MASON
Chleaao, Barllatrtoai A 0.alaey.
Chicago Special a 7:00 am a!0:20 pm
Chicago veatiDuiea ,ex. :vu pm a 7: era
Chicago Local a 9:30 am a 4:06 pm
Chicago Limited a 7:60 pm a 7:46 am
Fast Mall a 1:40 Dm
I . w. ,
I Wyrnore, ' Beatrice and
i lancoin a ceo am 011:55 am
I Nebraska Express a 6:40 am a 7:86 pm
i iwnver i.imiieu m i i.w pn
Black Hlils and pugst
Sound Exorr.st a 8:00 nm a am
I Lincoln Fast Mall b 3KI0 pm a 8:17 am
rort.crooa ana riaus-
vnfiiith h 1:911 ntn till -AS. Am
I Bellevue A Paoiflo Jet. .a 7:40 pm a 8:80 am
i uellevu aK aracino
Jot. .a 8:08 am
Kaaaaa City, L Joseph, st Cesssll
Kansa City Day Ex. ...a 8:20 am a 6:06 pm
Kanaa City Night Ex..al0:30 pm a 6:16 am
tit. Louis jf iyer a e:iu pm anus am
WEBSTER DEPOT 1BTH 3k WEBSTER
Frenaoat. Elkhora 4k Mtasoart Valley.
Black Hills, Deadwood.
Hot Springs a IAS pm a 6:00 pm
Wvamlm. L'asDer and
Douglas .u s:w pm e :w pm
Hastings, i ora, usviu
City, superior, ueneva,
Exeter and Seward. ...b 8:00 pm b 6:00 pm
Knrfolk. Lincoln and
Fremont oi.avara 010:25 am
I Fremont Local a 7:80 am
Kehraaka Local. Via
weeping Water b 4.10 pm al0:J5m
thloaao, SI. Paal, Mlaaeaealts 3b
Twin city rassenger..a :au
am a 9:18 nm
flinuz Cltv Paasancer..a 9:4S Dm all:20am
Emerson Loca, o s: pm o s:s am
Dallv. b Dallr except Sunday, o Sun
New York-Rotterdam, via Boulosn. B. M.
I New Twin-Bcrew . s. of 18,(100 tons register.
I Twin-Screw Dnlfsrsiim Mar. 3. iv A. 3d.
1 m.imir nUUBIUdlll
Bteamer AMSTERDAM. March S-10 A. M.
I Hi-.,- a Ol-l.J-
Steamer viuiwiiuuim jaar. 10, io a.m.
-. iiiruiiii.ni . -. .
Anply to Harry Moores, 1416 Farnam
street; J. S McNally, 1323 Farnam Btreet
21. a. Jones, ijvx arnam iireti, umaua.
SHOOTS WOMAN. THEN HIMSELF
,, .un.. a.
Temporary Iasaalty froaa Drlaklag, I
gwp.o.ed t Be Case at Deed
I riltsoarsj maa.
PITTSBURG. Feb. 27. W. E. Rinard
I Bh0 ,n(j killed Margaret lambert at 805
i - . . ..,, ..W
Wataoti street ahortly after 11 o clock to-
I da v and then auiea nimseu. me woman
- u ,hot through the heart and Rlaard
tbsa put two bullets Into hla head. He had
I n drlnklnc bsrd Ior tererai aart aoa It
i- ...nA w tmnorrilY lDiane.
16 mpyv-v- '
I May Weyman. who, U ia said, presided
I .k. ,aIaiI umai mr
w,rr . "
I were th only persona In tho bouse at the
I tUB Of tne trageay. jaargarev Mnnen,
S"ZmL T ?iOU'
1: i iauu. una m ,uu-
I keeper at Carnegie ateel works. Hs was
xt T-r. old and I. survived by a
wit and two children.
Rirths Clifford X. Hendricks. 110 Wool-
I worth avenue, girl; Hans Nelson. 1326 Bouth
I Fifty-first atreet, boy; John Falconer, 8118
HiirdAlta atraat. alrl: William Bellini. Ben
son, boy; T. F. Bulley, 1318 Burt Btreet,
Deaths Baby Halnbuch. 8438 Bouth Twen
tieth street, aged 6 months; Mary J. Kauth,
U6 Bancroft street, agad 8 years; August
Yiainfurtner. Ho Marcy street, axed 8
years; Mary Connelly, St. Louis, aged 44
ACCUSED OF WPMANtJ DEAW :
Dr. Orvllle S. Baraett, .Wha Sturrlvee
Fesaale Caanaatta! Faeces s
' alary, .
charge of responsibility fos the 4et et
Mm. t1harln . R XIIWI Maaavtria
to aie at tne notei nainourne. 1 no o
fendsnt was found suffering from the
effects of morphine beside the. body of tha
- - - - -
At the outset of the trial the pros ecu
t0B finds Itself confronted by several e
Uiual dlfflcultlea. Th charge ll bgs4 OS
tne theory that oe ana tne. women sgreea (
to die together, sad that ss a pgrty to IM
" ' ...v.,. , ,,
kulclde he m responsible tor her death
accessory before and after the net.
Xn, ,TideBce of the solclde agreetnent IS
note left by the woman ana statements
alleged to have been made to the police by
the defondsnL Thesa statements will ho
--- - v . - - M
cblected to bv th defense on ths ground
that they were uttered While Burnett was
..",. v.. tk'
,n ml"e becU" thero seemed to b
no question as to tne cause or tna aeain.
thing els on earth and they could not
-" - ' -- -
bear to be separated.
No Intimation wm glren of the Una of
defense contemplated. Burnett presented a
good appearance In court and took ft keen
and lively Interest In the work of his
counsel. The presentation of evidence wilt
begin tomorrow. '
GREAT , TRUST IN "PATRICK
Jeaee gays Me Never Lost Faltn 1st
Aceaae4, AKkoaak He
NEW YORK, Feb. 17. Tho. cross-exam
ination of Charles F. Jones la the Rice
murder trial was continued today. Yes
terday Jones said ho had promised to Sell
to. Patrick tor $250 a letter bearing Rloe's
nam and purporting to he aa acknowledg
ment of Rice that ho ws a resident of
Texas, but that Patrick never paid th
money. Today the witness said he did not
lose his trust In Patrick because of tha
failure to pay this money. "I trusted him
so much that I
let him leave mo out of
tlu) wiu ,aJ(j joBes. "It was his meaner
of talking that made mi trust him."
Mr. Moore, who waa conducting the
. ' . . ,
Patrick speak to you la Rice's presence et
"No," replied Jones.
Mr. Moore then wen! back to the differ
ent statements made by Jones and thea
asked if he did not make them with th
object of protecting himself and if hs bad
not been afraid of the truth la his earlier
.t.tement.. Jones replied that at first h.
did not think the truth would help him.
but he said that fact had been Impressed
-P " r forcibly.
Jones said Dr. Curry told him the day
Rlce d, tnat tn oM wag la a cHU-
"I condltHia. It w. about thre.-ouarter.
oi an nour aiter oe toot tne cone rrora
Rice's face that Dr. Curry arrived. Tha
doctor examined the body and put his face
I el. it DIa.1. a - 1 1 ft.- ,lil w
wuuraie tnea toia ot toe removal or
ia . . . . . .
(hs body for an autopsy and of Its return
to the liouse.
WOMAN ACCUSED OF MURDER
Cbsrgsd with Kllllagc Wife of Maa
Wbose Money She
ORAND RAPIDS, Mich., Feb. 2t Tha
coroner's jury which has been Investigating
the death of Mrs. Nellie Loot, wboaa
charred body was found last Saturday night.
brought in a verdict today recommending
that warrants be issued for William Leet,
her husband, and Mary Meut, charging
them with murder. They hare been ar
Jealousy I said to have been the causa
of the crime, the woman being Interested
in Leet, who draws a large penalon, and
who shortly expects to become heir to aa
estate of $20,000. Leet waa in the housa
at the Ume the aupposed crime wag com
mitted, but appeared helplessly Intoxicated.
Until Tuesday it was thought the burning
of Mrs. Leet waa purely accidental. Now
it Is believed It was Intended to cover th
INDICTED BYGRAND JURY
Captala Slreeter Charged with Mar-
der la Lake Front Laad .
CHICAGO, Fob. 27. Captain gt res ter.
claimant to the fllled-la land oa th lake
front, known aa the "District of Lake
Michigan," will bav to fac a trial on
th charge ot murder. He was Indicted
today by th grand Jury la connection with
William McMsnner. Henry Holdk and
William Force, eharged with being re
sponsible for tho death of John A. Kirk, a
watchman employed by Henry N. Cooper.
Bamuel Protlne, the aged watchman - who
was Kirk's companion at the time of th
battle two weeks ago In the District ef
Lake Michigan and who had been held a
prisoner pending th Inqueet, was exoner
ated aad released from Jail.
RATIFY CASTRO'S ELECTION
Veaosaolaa Plac Bias la Presldeaey
for Terns of Six
WILLEMSTAD. Island of Curacao, Fob.
27. According - to advices received her
from Caracas, th Veneiuelan congress
baa ratified th election of General Castro
as president of Veaesuela for alx , years,
beginning February 10 last. Th congress
also ratified the elections of Senereu
Ayala and Ooms as vie prssldeat c th
It is reported her from Caracas that
the revolution against President Castro Is
losing ground dally.
SIGNS POINT J0 FOUL DEATH
Investigation by Co rawer' Jary tsdl
ates that Jaaa MeAalisTe
NEW YORK. Feb. 17. The coroner' a jury
which ha been investigating th death ot
James McAullff returned a Verdict today
that McAullff had com t hla death at tha
handa of persons unknown.
Emperor's Silver W441ag.
BERLIN. Fob. 17. Emperor William and
th empress celebrated th tweatr-ftflfc
anniversary of their wadding today with
a dinaer at th Bchlota. at which Count
voa Buelow, th imperial chancellor, aad
ether anbra of th os bluet wsr pres
eat. Arthur Van Euvlk of MUwauke. th
baritone, sang Amerlcaa aongs after th
Foley' Hoaey aad Tar cure th cough
caused by aiUok of la grlpp. It hl th
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