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THE OMAHA DAILY 11EE: WEDNESDAY, AriltL 0. 1002.
will ba takea watll 19 m. far
veala eaUflaa a ad III A:0 a. as.
for snaralaaj aaa ( edltlaa.
Ratee, 1 l-3o ward flrat laaertla,
le a ward thereafter. Netklaa takes
far lea lhaa SAa far the rt laser
laa. Tare advertlaeaaea ta saast fee)
Advertisers, by reaoeatla a
tiered eheek, eaa have aaewere ae
fmmI ta a aaaabired letter la ear
t Taa Bee. Aaewere a addressed will
e delivered areaeatatlaa ef taa
a heels ealy.
GOOD dressmaker will sew out in families.
909 N. 24th. Phone 272SB. A-MSS3 12
WANTED MALB HELP.
WANTED, two or three men to work from
our wagons; steady worn ana g-ou pay
C. F. Adams Co., 161V Howard St.
GOOD messengers wanted; Increased pay,
A. 1. T. Co., 2U South 13th, B 4K0
IK TOR HALF A DAY 8 WOKK.
If you live In the country or In a small
town and have a good acquaintance
among the farmera and stock raiser In
tne neighbornoud you can make j eaaiiy
by lour or five hours' work.. Write ua
and we will send yoj our proposition.
'1 he bee Publishing Co., Solicitors' Dept.,
Omaha. Neb. unuii
WANTKI). a aood man In every county to
take subscriptions for the Twentieth
Century tarnur. Our agents make good
wages everywhere. Kelerences required.
AUoress, Twentieth Ceutjry farmer,
Omaha, Neb-, li M3
PREPARE for civ. serv. exam., bk-kp.,
etc. 11. 15, Com. Mat. UK. Hauioun.
, . . B-M160
THREE or four good men wanted; $luo per
month, can & Paxton block. b-mi
I'HKE shave and haircut at Moler's Barber
College, 1623 ax nam bt., M -floor, ...
B Mi 72 A17
WANTED, salesmen to solicit orders on
nc.v proposition by which you can earn
$3 to to a day; young men from 23 to 2k
oesired. wno are hustlers ana wen recoru
mended. Boom Km, Omaha Bee bidg.
B a m
HARNE6HMAKRH wanted, at once. A,
Wolf. Logan, la. B-M164
WANTED, first-class painters and paper
Dangers, A. i- ocauroun,- ws n. join t,
WANTED, men to learn the barber trade,
only eight weeks required by our method
ui rree clinic, expert instructions, aemon
stratlons. etc.: steady practice at urac
tlcal experience saves years of appren-
ticesnip; great oemana lor graduates
positions guaranteed; tools presented
wain Saturdays; catalogue and panic
ulars mailed free. Moler Barber College
1623 Farnam st. D M6I3 9'
TBADE getters and advertisers; straight
alary paid. Triumph Co., jjalias. ten.
TRAVELER wanted: state age. references
and salary expected. Los Angeles Cider
CO., bt. IvOUIS, Mo. o 708
WANTED, first-class Icecream maker. I.
Muccl, 218 West Broadway, Council Bluff,
B M924 11
WANTED, house painters at St. I.oul.
Mo., steady work, (3 per day, eight hours.
B M!t21 21
MAN to devote entire time to our busi
ness; no canvassing; only men expecting
to earn big money need apply. Monolith
Engraving Co., Provo, Utah, box
WANTED, carriage trimmer; state experi
ence. Addrtsa G. A. Frey, 614 W. 7th St.,
Bloux City, la. B M913 10
WANTED, at once, competent hand on
stock farm; top wages; steady work year
round to right party. Heret Hereford
Live Stock. Co., Hasard, Neb. B M910 9
CABINET makers, with experience, to
work on bank and store fixtures; good
pay, steady work. . Fisher-Stevens Co.,
Charles City. Ia. B-929 9
ARE YOU dissatisfied with your work?
Our free booklet "Are Your Hands Tied?"
tells how we have qualified thousands In
spare time for salaried positions In more
congenial and prolltiible lines, of work.
Write International Correstinndence
Schools, Box 166X, Bcranton, Pa., or call
day or evening, Omaha ofllue, 6.17 Paxton,
block. a mii
WANTED, everywhere, hustlers to tack
, signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.
Bo canvassing; good pay. Sun Advertls
lng Bureau, Chicago. B M939 9
SALESMAN wanted to carry side line of
dry goods and blankets direct from looms
to country retailers; good line ror com
petent man. The Lakewood Co., Box 414,
Philadelphia, Pa. B Mitts 9
WANTED, teama for scraper work on (
A G. W. R. It. at Council ninff; waaes
$3.60 per day. Hall Grading and Con
structlon Co. B M!35 14
WANTED, two nrst-class barbers, in the
Mondamin notei oarucr snop, eioux city,
la. B-M934 11
WANT a good blacksmith: no horse shoe
lng or plow work; good wages to the right
man. Uus pecn foundry and Mrg. Co.,
WASTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED, two- young "Mady students to
learn halrdresslng, manicuring and chi
ropody and scientific massage. Call or
writ Koom z-n, ue mag. c wi
WANTED. Fxperieneed aalesladles in mil
lluery department; only ihoxe with year
of ' experience in the salesroom , need
na, Boston Store.
WANTED, ladles to learn halrdresslna:.
manicuring or facial massage; thoroughly
practical training by steady -practice;
free clinic, expert Instructions, etc. ; only
four weeks required, years of apprentice
snip saved,, .positions guaranteed when
competent, diplomas granted, call or
write for catalogue,. Mulcr College, 16:
Farnam st. C M642 9
WANTED, woman with aome business ex
parlance to till position of trjst. Mus
give security for moneys handled. Ad
uroes v, xee. . c. VI s
OOOD girl for general houaework who
tinueratanna cooking; good wages. No,
1 w bu. au ayi. c (BS8 8
WANTED, girl for general housework on
ranch in Wyoming; wages $-5. Addreu
ftirs. c. uana, i txton hotel, Omaha.
C 81S 9
NEAT, rompetent Ctrl for aeneral bouse.
work; small family. Apply lim Park ava,
. . , ... t. ilMO
WANTED Olrl for general housework
family ot three; no washing. References
required. Apply fu INortn XOth street.
WANTED at onc,", seamstress for family
sowiur. . -vdi. jaary a aw r u-Kl n
FIVE ladles,' at ence. big money, great In.
auceoteai. . call center notei, room 49.
WANTED, lot girls, $1 ta (7. Canadia
Km p. Bureau; moved to 16 th and Duds.
re i. bob Ail
FOR Rfc.XT HOI BBS.
HOUSES, etc. P. Li. Wed. 1U4 Douglas
.-.- D V
TO MOVR right get Omaha Van Storage
co.; time loui arnam. or Tela. lSM-Soj.
VANS and baggag wagona. . Tel. 1195.
, . - . . ... .. . . D-MoO
SIX-ROOM house, lawn, shade. Tel. A-8568
. D M
FOR RENT April L 8-room brick, mod
tnu 818 N. tki. Inquire at 820 N. Sd.
- . l-447
HHIlF5; r: Co.. 5i2 Bee Bldg.
all rta of city. The O.
10-ROOM-baeemeni house, large lot, 8Mb
and Jackaou, all motlern. 836.uX
Nice i-roona house, 2ju6 fcUi-ruiaa Ave., all
K. TCBklNaTON. 80S Bee.
CALIFORNIA. 8-room'f urnlshed house.
Call afternoons. -' , 1 423 A9
HOLHtg and flala. Rl.tgwalt, Barker bloi-k
On the southwest comer Of Seventeenth
and Douglas sts. It was built by the late
Henry Fundt as nis nome ana is one ot
the best constructed as well as one of the
finest house In Omaha. It Is built entirely
of brick and stone, stone steps, and slate
roof. It is nmsnea in tne cnoicest or nara
Eng sh "7.". floor In the" reception' hs.K 10-PAB8FNOER carn'-.U. hewlv painted
electrio lights, porcelain bath, laundry and upholstered. W'm. Burg. 1446 Sher
with stationary wash tubs, large pantry, m,n Ave.
woods, has hard wood Doors, imported
china and linen closets, cedar unea wooien
beside the basement, containing laundry,
storage rooms, store room, cellar and wine
cellar; also large, high attic store room
separated from the servants' rooms. It
also haa large veranda, enclosed aa a sun
parlor, equipped with steam hat
Electric Light and
as the bouse Is connected with !h. heat-
lng and lighting systems of The Be
building, or further Information call on
THE BtB BUILUINU CO.,
Room 100 Bee Buildiuz.
FOR RENT, l-room. modern, detached
house, newiy papered and painted, U0.
Ml Capitol Ave. Tel. 673. B. H. Roblsoii.
THREE & 4-room apartments. 816 8. 22d St.
D 6fX M-3
SIX-ROOM modern flat. 1016 Pacltlo st.
Charles lianley. u-
EIGHT-ROOM, rrfodern, except furnace, $23.
O. M. Nattlnger, Bea Bidg. 'Phtne4W.
FOR RENT-Elrgant modern residence,
Ma S 'Mi ft Ave.: 40.
Modern 9-room residence and barn, 1909
lilnney 8t., a.
Modern brick residence, 2430 Ersklne St., 115.
Modern brick residence, 2205 N. 20th St., 16.
Modern frame residence, 1814 Webster Bt.,
' BRENNAN-LOVB CO.,
309 B. 13th St.
. T . ttCV, T J. , In n. nAttaas
26th and Blo.ido streets, $9, $8. Apply at
6oJ North 19th atreet.
FOR RENT 7-room house, 22d and Cali
fornia Sts., ai: modern, in good repair,
large yard, inquire at wt r. i. iue
building. D 141
HOUSES, stores. Bemla, Paxton block.
SEE PAYNE BOSTWICK & CO. for choice
houses. 601-2 N. X. Lite Bidg, Tni. iuih.
VERY desirable 7-room cottage, with mod
ern conveniences, MM Georgia Ave., sec
ond door from Paclno street; Immediate
possession; references required. Inquire M AMP.a vanor, hafh. 124 N ,Rth . 7 accurate, conservative statement con
of W C Goss 1053 Park Ave. MME. AML8, vapor batns, 1Z4 is. I5tn. r. 7. cernlng Thunder Mountain,- Idaho; its hls-
D 825 10 I s.ll- . tory, Its great gold reef, Its wonderful
NICE 5-room cottage, bath, gas. city and
well water, cistern, lawn and shade, $16.
2518 Binnoy. D M9o9 9
ELEGANT 8-room house, modern Improve
ments. 402. N. Z3d Bt. . D ltto vr
Maggard V. & S. Co. 1718 Webater. Tel.1498
FOR RENT FIRJSISHKD ROOMS.
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
FURNISHED rooms for rent. 1617 Cass.
TWO housekeeping rooms, $8. 623 Bt. Mary's.
, JUtlli JUV
FURNISHED room for single gentleman.
References, iitx uavenpori. r. si a-
FURNISHED ROOMS, gas, bath, tele-
r.h..naa rhniin VI Z! hamu TTI Kd noilP WPlt
i'lde. E-M943 13
FIHMSHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
NICE home for young men. 108 S. toth St.
ROOMS and board. Olencalrn, Iff Douglaa.
FOR RENT, nicely furnished. ...am heated
Pdnmi wiin nr witnout noara. m aiuna
ia, v. J e. ' K-jwu
iimMa-nk. r...,- iBth and rirnam PRIVATE home for ladles before and dur-ROOMS-
The Farnam, 19th and Fanfiam. ,ng conflnement ; babies adopted. 2620
THE ROSE, 2020 Harney, rooms with board.
BEAUTIFUL pleasant homa for the right
.....I.. . .on BpinmmMtla tan nr more
oartlea: can accommodate two or more
persona nicely. 3019 Be Mory a ave. Tel.
A2942. F M612
FRONT rooms, ingit. or en auit wiin
uuaru. ui a. .
DESIRABLE, suite of rooms, first floor,
unrurnisnea, may 1. ine rTait, zis o.
25th St. F 9"2 M-6
FOR RENT IX FURNISHED ROOMS.
DESK room apace, tf per month, ground
...... . 2T Th. Ilu knlLllnar 1.,-ln.
Kf nnViii!!!! y ?' P,t.rihi
or Janitor service. K. C .Peters Co.,
Rental Agents, Bee building.
UNFURNISHED rooms. tv 8. 14th. .
FOR RENT STORES AND OFPICES.
FOR RENT, the building formerly occu
pied by rne uee at ma farnam at. it naa
four stories and a basement which was
formerly used aa The Bee press room.
This will be rented very reasonably. If
Interested apply at once to C. C. Rose
water, secretary, room 100, Bee building.
STORE, 24 x50. 2401 Leavenworth St.
FOR RENT, store In first-class location;
rent reasonable. Apply R. C. Peters at
Co., ground floor. Bee Bldg. 1266 -
LARGE room In the Paxton block to let,
suitable, for lodge purpoaes. Apply room
Paxton block, or W. FARNAM
SMITH A CO. ' - 1-393
WANTED, canvassing agents In every
county to solicit subscriptions to THE
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER;
steady employment with assured good
Income; agents In the country with
horae and buggy epeciliy desired; can
vassers make easily $60 to $100 per month.
Address, Century Farmer Solicitors'
Bureau, Bee building, Omaha. 218
THE self-healing, self-adjusting, flat Iron.
in an uut-n warn u r.ri j lamiiy. e
want agents In every county In Nebraska
with exclusive territory and good com-
mission. Call or address General Agent,
2213 Douglas St.. Omaha. Keb. J- 8
THE GREATEST Invention of the age.
Imported Hamburger Automatic Gas-
lighters, a chemical marvel; requlree no
matches. Just turn on the gaa and our
little wonder does the reat; It la a clever
novelty and uaeful article at the aame
time; they sell like wlldnre; big Induce
ments to agents; send 85e for sample.
Hamburger Automatic Oaallghter Co., 79-
1 Dill aa., atl'aO. W A13.W V-
PACIFIC Storage and Warehouse Co.. 811-
9l Jones, general storage and forwarding.
OM. Van Btor. Co., 1611 Farn. Tela. 1668-863.
WANTED TO Bt V.
WANTED, showcases at once. H. E. Fred
erickaon, 1Mb. and Capitol ave. NHX2 I
FOR SALE FTRSITl'RK.
CHICAGO Furniture Co., 1410 Dortg. T"l.
J"3n. New and secondhand, oougnt, rmo,
exchanged. O 606
FOR ltLG-HOHK, WAGONS, ETC
OOOD Studehaker top buggy, cheap. Seel
A. w. Johnson, with John veere flow to.
FOR SALE, buggies, phaetons, carriage,
runabouts, new and seconansna, at cut
prices; must sell to make room; It I no
cheap work, but good work cheap; we do
painting, trimming, repair and put on
rubler tire. William Pfelfcr Carriage
Works, 27th and Leavenworth. Tel. i::T9.
FOR repair work on light snd heavy
wagons see irosi, lttn ana ijeavenwortn.
FOR SALE, new surrey, phaeton, top
hiiKgy, poles, lady saddle, man s snriciie,
IBM LrfMnrop t. f iih '
FOR SALE, handsome bsr Shetland pony.
Hlmnson cart snd adjustable runners,
harness and saddle. Inquire at 20 W'.rt.
FOR SALE MISCELLAKEOVS.
FIR timbers for house movers, etc.. 40 to 71
feet; cribbing and hog fence, m uougias.
inn STYLES trusses, rstnloeue free. Sher-
man a Mcconneil urug to., um ana
uooge, omana. w '
FOR SALE, nhonoa-rnnhs. superior to any
otner musical instrument: o up. i na
Wlttman Co., 1621 Farnam. Q 513
BICYCLES, phonographs and supplies.
Omaha Bicycle Co., 18th and Chicago Sts
2DHAND safe cheap. Derlght, 1119 Farnam.
INDIAN goods and relics. 1119 ?".nm. I
TT .v.., nh,..t. a ,a,h
FLESCHER sells bicycles. 1622 Caplfol Av.
FOR SALE, scholarship In an Omaha
shorthand school, cheap. Inquire i 232 iBee
rifle s-pBRenger, ruoDer-tireu, open
rifcge, $125; extension, leather top, 2- I
times, 1170; 20 other phaetons, surreys and
carriages. DKUMMOND CARRIAGE
CO., 18th and Harney. y s AZ
FOR SALE, latest model Smith-Premier
typewriter, Drand new: rare pargain. w
U, Bee. Vi M267
FOR SALE, cheap, one Hall's standard
safe, 4 feet high; good as new; cost at
factory f 123. Address Thomas Mercler,
imperial, Nrt. y M671 w
FIR timbers for house movers, etc., 40 to 71
feet; poultry and hog fence. 901 Douglas.
THREE secondhand plate glass store
fronts and doors at a bargain. Ed O
Hamilton, builder, 211 B. 17th Bt.
SODA WATER pays large profits; ; new and 1
second-hand fountains: large line; low
prices; easy payments; full Instructions
to purcnasers; catalogue rrec. Kout. m.
Green & Bons, pnnadeipnia, pa.
Q M940 (t
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant. 1614 Cass St.
MME. GYLMER, genuine palmist. 316 8. 15
o ni, i
MME. SMITH, baths. 118 N. 15. 2dnoor R. 2.
PKIVATB hospital, before and during con-
hnement; Da Dies adopted. urant ssi.
Mra. Gardels. Tel. F-1183. U-618
DR. ROY, chiropodist, corns and superflu
ous hair removed by electricity, rt. ij.
Frenaer Block. U 519
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 16, 2d floor, r. 2.
U it Ala-
HAIRDRESS1NO. manicuring and chiro
pody, for ladles only, In connection with
The Batnery, zis-zzu uee uiag. u zeo
RUPTURE permanently cured In SO to
days; send for circular. O. 8. Wood, M.
v., o-l new xura un xuig., uinaiia, "w.
,rrnRnION nleatlnar. cheanest. , best and
I . . Z. - r - - - - - . . . i , .
QUIckeat. Mrs. A. u. jaara, i, ougjias.
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
and retail. Collins piano CO., iuzj uoug
las. . . U 522
CHIROPODY a specialty. In connection
with The Bathery, rooms 818-220 Bee Bldg.
Tel. 1716. U 628
BHAMPOOINO .and to, "
......... .......... . . - .
building. Tel. iiiu. u ojo
Burdette. Mrs. Burget.
L 144 All
M,dalem,,,( w,n pBp,r cleaner. Tel. 1739.
8 I rvi rtA ma
RITpTimE c,lrej, $25; no pain, detention
I-. i . . . .
from business; send for circulars. Empire
Rupture Cure Co., 932 N. Y. Life Bldg.,
Omaha. U M626
to Tne ooldman Pleating Co. for all
rheir new machinery I
do better, cheaper,!
ver before. 200 Dougl
klnda of pleating. Their
enables them tO
quicker work than ever
FLESCHER will fix your bicycle right.
I BECK CO., wall paper cleanera. Tel. 747.
I C ittili A-D
VIAVI. whman a way to health. Itai
'..'., Booklet free. 846 Bee Bids..
VAPOR BATHS, 418V4 N. I6th st.
U AltXal JtT
IF A MAN'S OLD he can't help It. It's
the process of nature. But If he has In-
Jured hla health by a persistent Indul-
gence In poor cigars It serves him right.
He snouid nave uieu ine
Tt'a flavor la unexcelled. It's effect la
soothing to the nerves. When smoked
after meals It aids digestion. Save the
bands. They are valuable.
W. F. STOECKER CIGAR CO.
ELITE PARLORS. 615 80. 16th St., 2d floor.
c ki Mi
MOLLI E Were you at the clubT See page
129. April "What to Eat'-Gcorge. r
' ' iMKM
MONEY TO LOAN HEAL ESTATE.
4V PER CENT on business property.
5 per cent on residence property.
Options to pay wnoie or part any time.
W. B. MKIKLE. 401 d. lath St.
WANTED, city loans and warranta. W.
Farnam Smith A. Co., 1320 Farnam St.
FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H.
, . K . I i 1. I I . 1 1 ...jo
1 nomas, isi. nn. uaua jiub jpi.
I -,,., . Tt. ,n,v- V n W.ri in-j rwinarla.
PR1N ATE money. F. u. weed. 1324 puglas
... . ..T..n . nrt faTm 1,., n.
AnTam. . '5P 'a?' Co."
Famaro St., Bee Bldg.
Vii TO P . C. mbney. Bemla. PaxtonBJk.
Sherwood, 8J7 N. Y. U
I PER CENT loan.
Garvlu Broe., 14
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha real
eatale. ttreunan-iove co., mm bo. 13th.
I $uo, 8GO0 AND $1,000 private money, 1. !, 8
1 or I years, on eaatern jxeoraaKa larms or
wen locaieo. eottagee in umana. v. L
Belby. Board or Trade uiag. w 918
FOR SALE, choice mortgage loans. Garvta.
Bros , 14 rarnam ot., omana. w Ma38 :
CHOICK rAHM UJANS K BALE.
K. C. PETtKB tt tu- liut ramara Bt.
. W-MaV-M 7
IHOIET TO LOAN-CHATTF.LS.
WHEN IN NEED OF MONET
DEAL, WITH THE
AMERICAN LOAN CO.
LOANS FROM 110 TO MADE $
On Furniture. Flanos. etc., and to people
holding a stesdy position, witnout tin il
licit r or removing the property, and at
CHEAPER AND .EASIER KATES
than elsewhere. Tou can have the money
on the same day you ask lor it, and tne
loan can be paid off In easy weekly or
monthly Payments, or as your circum
Permit, thus enabling you to
without Inronvenlence or worry.
."ome in and talk it over with us.
AMERICAN LOAN CO.,
Room 303 Third Floor, Paxton Block.
WE make loans on Furniture,
I'lano. Horses. Wagons, Carriages
snd other chattels.
without mortgage to persons who
have permanent positions. Yoj can
get the money on very short notice
and pay H back In one month, or
keep It longer, and pay for It only
what time you keep It. We are
leaders In low rates, quick and con
fUlentlal service and courteous
treatment. We Invite comparisons
of rates, time, payments, etc. We
five you the full amount of the
,OAN In cash. We alwaya "try to
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
119 Board of Trade Bidg. Tel. 2295.
(Established 1893.; 3"6 8. 16th St.
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED TEOPLE. merchants, team
sters, boarding houses, etc., without se
curlty: easlent terms: 40 offices In prln
final cities. Tolman. 440 Board of Trade
Bidg. X 644
ieweirv ' i.'r' PnT.'v TA
.n ' f.'ir .PJ T f KorwSl T,,iA5an
Co" BUC- to Duft Qreen' Barker C,ki
MONEY loaned on plalrt, note to salaried
i-vr,.-, funnies cuoilueilWHl, lowepi rnies.
61 Maxtor block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
LOANS on CHATTEL8 and SALARIES
j. w. TATLOE. 63o Paxton block
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew-
elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, 319 8.11
TO GET In or out of business call on Wll
uams, Room 411 McCagua building.
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
your business or property quick communi
cate wnn one wno naa tne customers. J.
II. Johnson, 843 N. Y. Life. "Phone L-2270.
FOR SALE, the best hardware stock In the
best agricultural section of Iowa; large
annual trade; stock wilt Invoice about
$10,000; profits large;' must close up an
estate interest tne only reason for selling,
Address v 40, uea. x MlLti
FOR SALE, easy terms, small cash pay
ment, balance monthly, my entire livery
stock, hacks and hearse; excellent chance
to step Into good naying business. W. C,
Utterback, Ogden barn, Council Bluffs, Ta
X MSJI A-'O-
15 ROOMS, well furnished, fine location,
full or boarders and roomers, paying busi
ness, brick flat, furniture for sale reason
able. J. II. Johnson, N. Y. Life.
jjoo WILL buy a complete butcher's outfit,
ic tox .and all. Address, x 14. Bee.
THUNDER MOUNTAIN gold fields An
tosslbllttles; booklet sent free. Address
Thunder Mountain Gold Fields Co.,
Jamleson Block, Spokane, Wash.
n-.. Y-757 12
THREE slocks of groceries.' Ef. R. Ball,
626 N. Y. Lilfe. 'phone Brli-9. X 734 8
FOR SALE Furniture, fixtures and two-
year lease or tne only notei in Osmond,
Neb. For particulars write Box 260,
Osmond, Neb. - Y 763 19
NEWSPAPER advertising contracts to ex
change tor income property, a Bee,
FOR SALE, whole or part Interest In plan
ing mm ann manuracturing ousiness;
business doubled during past year; good
reason for selling. Address x Bee.
jp YOU want to BUY or SELL real es-
I tato call oi write
NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO..
4th Floor N, Y. L'fa Bldg., Omaha,
WANTED, the right man to take Interest
in manufacturing riant ana manage busi
ness. Address A. 3a uee. . X 795 S
FOR SALE A Job nrlntinar office. Will be
sold mean n taaen tnis month. Address,
uox wu. eac city, ia. x oi 10
GOOD hotel In live town, doing rushing
business, ror ssie cneap, or win trade for
good farm, or will sell furniture and
lease; sickness reason for selling. Ail
dress Box 642, Carroll, Ia. Y MS94 11
MUST be sold tbJa week, one of the best
equipped in city, fine location, profitable
Dusineee, no reasonaDie oner rejected,
J. II. Johnson, N. Y. Life. Y-M930
FINE tailoring establishment of Imported
goods, in good running order; two black
smith shops In good location; 920-acre
ranch, and bargalna In farms. Call on or
write J. C. McClay, Falrbury.Neb.
WILL exchange good oak wardrobe for
folding bed. M u, nee. v. M5iu
FOR SALE HEAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE, a 4-story modern office build
ing, centrally located; stores and three
upper Moore well rented; ground lease for
a long term; gross rental 26 per cent of
purchase price. The Omaha Realty Com
pany, 1301 Douglas St., upstairs.
ACREAGE 1 to 6-acre tracts In Council
Bluffs, 8 blocks from car line; 1 mile from
Douglas street, Omaha; tine high
bottom land; will build you a house and
sell on payments; best thing for the
money; so close in and certain to rise In
value. Write or call on Robert Young, at
waterworas, sun ana nrottjaway, council
RE 8S5 13
BUT best house paints, varnishes, etc.
quality highest; prices lowest. National
Oil & Paint Co., 1015 Jones St.
RE M535 AH
IFOR SALE, hay land In Holt county, Neb.;
4aO acrea 6 mllea south of Atkinson, close
I to cheap range, ylelda 450 tuna choice hay
per annum; a splendid location for stock;
price, 86 600; $3.j0 cash, balance- to suit
fiurcnaser, 1 per cent interest. Address
ock box 314, Atkinson. Neb.
RE M238 All
HOUSES, lots, farms, ranches, loans; also
Are luaurauoe. Bemis, paxton Block.
A CHOICE home, built of pressed brick.
interior Deautiiuny niiisnra, square mo
saic tiled hall, porcelain bath,, steam heat,
barn, carriago house, shade trees, large
lot 85 feet front: very fine residence loca
tion, close lit; this property coat the for
mer owner over $ls,uw. and can be soil
at a decided bargain for cash. M m k
Potter, receiver Omaha Loan and Trust
Co.. 808 Brown Blk. KE M113
Co., 808 Brown Blk.
CHARLES E , L208
GEORGE O. WALLACE, real estate, mort
gage, rentala. Insurance.
9 rooms, all modern house, near Hanscom
park, slghtllest location In city, pave
ment all paid, east front lot, fine barn
Owner leaving Omaha, will sell at abso
lutely right price; Immediate possession.
X 8. Bee. RE-818
SEE PAYNE. BOSTWICK CO. for choice
Bargains, soi-i . 1. ui oiug, Tel. U1.
FOR SALE, l-roora modern house In Bemi
para, K.ouu, Dee owner, i'.'4 n. IM st.
.. HE-Mi8 iU
FOR LK REM. EST AT R.
IOUSE9 and lots In all parts of city; also I
acre property and farm lands. The O. F.
iavis co., itoom ooi ii'e ouuomg.
RANCH snd farm lands for sale by the
Union Pacific Railroad eompany. B. A.
McAllester. land commissioner. Union Pa
cific Headquarters, Omaha, N9D.
IF YOU want one of the nicest 8-room
homes In Hanscom Place I will give you
a bargain. Owner left city. Must sell. I
J. H. Sherwood, W7 N. Y. It. Bidg. I
IE OMAHA KEALTY CO Wt Pouirl.g
it . iipstalrs; sma I hnusea for sale i cheap
b , Id.ng .?,s. call for catalogue and rrlcj
'"- 1 rlVBl monfy to ,oani,t?n'ly
T2 IT XAifia
mortgage on land. 40 acres laud, water-
.,r...V mill ' Imn hulMlnirs In 1
buildings In I
c ,.. ' I
mm conn. j, i r in..., . ...., v.,w
For sa e, restaurant, eastern Nebraska, do-
lng business of 400 per month. Price,
SI (ion A snap
Fine Improved farm In Thayer county.
$26 to $Xi per acre.
York county, Pennsylvania, $5,0H).
tt i.. f..rri tie n tt ne I
acre Bend for mv list.
W. H. GRASSMEYER, Kearney, Neb. I
JVtJO 111 I
i ii,ulu ,,,. K,, n.ioj nn rihin the Indian service, ieer nour, uacon,
he.wee 2?. an Tlrt sfs - extra bSr- coffee, sugar, rice, tea and other
I! Th?J differ I. iS irj.rt J; articles of subsistence; also for boots and
gain at $l,B0v. rhls oner is only gwo ror r(,(,rl i,,i,imi nowiier
nM m-0k t'hrl Hover 4d a nrl fnmlnir snoes, groceries, soap, oaaing powuer,
S."? l.- elr UoeT- -a an5irimiS,'r- crockery, agricultural Implements, paints.
tv"- . oils.
S'4 ACRES for $450. near Ruser s park, fine J;"0Jn,mW
level land for gardening, near school. 4v,.r.W
The Rvron Reed Co '12 fl 14th st " Voster street. New lork City: iJS John
Hie uron Iteea Co., -l- H. tn st. on .tre,t Chicago, 111.; No. U Howard
' ' ' i street, Omaha, Neb.; the Commissaries of
LADIES, If hopeless, worried or dlscour-
aged, write us for our regulator; one I
treatment guaranteed to relieve abnormal
case of suppression, any cause. Dr. Mead I
.. van, . .. .... artftnemai I
Rem. Co.. 21 Uulncy at.. Chicago,
FRUIT, shade and ornamental trees, vines,
shrubs, roses, small fruits, etc. Address. I
Omaha Nursery, Papllllon, eb. .
- Ali I
incca. niiKi uku 'uiij, ... oh i
TREES, shrubs, rosea and vines of every
variety. Bales grounds, intn ami Douglas.
Frank It. Martin, prop. Xui. ziR-i.
ARTISTIC PIANOS SENSIBLY SOLD.
Piano selling, as I sell them. Is brought
down to a business basis. Raving to you
costs of store rtnts, music teachers' com- I
mi.iinna and iravAlIni men's salaries and
expenses. That is why I will sell you for
$250 (no more, no less) a plHho that deal-
ers ask $350 and $400 for. We guarantee
them. The factory does that for me.
Cash or $10 monthly.
FRED R. WALTER, Manufacturing Agent,
...... . . , . . i ... . i -.. 1 .... . nil, -A..
3112 California st.
Walnut Hill car.
SHORTHAND AND TYPWR1TING.
GREGG Shorthand. Om. C. Col., 17thDoug
A. C. VAN BANT'8 achool. 717 N. Y. Life.
BOYLE8- college, court reporter principal.
Mtr-n ni.ainaaa Mr Shnrlhanrt Polleee Bovd's
NEP' S".1" nes Shorthand college, Boyd a
1 neater. . . 'i
. , . , , -
LOST On the evening of April 2, a marten
neck scarf. Liberal reward to tinder,
Return to office of J. L. Brandcls & Sons,
Lost 756 8
GID E. & ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
Suite 616, N. x, 1-4 te Biag. lei. in.
DR. A. T. HUNT, Mil McCague Bldg. TeL
DR. MRS. MUSICK, Douglaa Bile Tel. 223
P. MELCHOIR, 18th and Howard, ma
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks., make a spe-
clalty of fire escapes, shutters, doors and
FOR SALE Bl ILD1NG MATERIAL.
WANT bid on store building and black
smith shop to be removed from northwest
corner 24th and Franklin streets. J. C.
Howard. 326 Bee Building. 6988
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes garbage and
dead animals at reduced prices, ui ss. is.
Tel. 1779. M
SPECIAL low prices on secondhand blcy-
, cles this week to reduce stock. Repair
ing, sundries. Tires, 81-50. Louis Flfcscher,
, 11.23 capitoi Ave i-none sit. in ia
8 . . . a.
THE UAKUEivfcKa protect 01a age aa wen
as life. Charter members free. Partlcu-
1 lara from Frank Rosewater, supreme
i .nanager, 222 Bee Bldg. -734
OMAHA Steam I-aundry; shirts, 8c; collars,
2c; cuffs, 4c. I16O ijeavenwortn. Tel. 647.
suit rases- trunk.
tort fa F?m
tory, 13V9 Farnam.
" 1 1
TRUNKS, traveling bags
repaired, urn. Trunk t actory
O. R. G1U3ERT CO., tanners. 1424 So. 13th.
LACE curtains cleaned, 25c a pair. Farnam
(Street nana iaunury, uiu rarnam ot.
5X2 A 30
NOTICE, PAPER HANGERS.
OMAHA Steam Paste Co.. mfrs. of paste
for all purpoaes, in bbis. and H bbla.
Write lor prices, zno cuming. 6A1 30
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.. .
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attenaeo to. J. x. uenntree.
iina ana ijim streets. sm
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, .430 Ramge Bldg.
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; an Business confidential. 1301 Douglas.
DRESSMAKING In families or at home.
Miss eturay. 2012 Farnam. 906 M-6
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co.. 811 North 16th.
TAMPS, COINS, ETC.
BOUGHT- Omaha Btamo Co.. 209 So. 13th.
8Dl CATION AL.
FRENCH, Spanish, fencing. 838 Beta Bldg.
OMAHA Plating Co., liee Bldg. Tel.
, . j V . r , a T..i; I quartermasters ut tne several posts named. ., .
planted anywhere In i Omaha or South United States reserves the right to accept chlcagto t .North vtealern.
M'for'YlI enSrhorry RoE-! 1 V. Snaul" ?' V' P." . '"". Northwestern Line."
loir 407 N. 23d street -M9M7 9 ""-""' -;. x v, .v..'"': Chicago Special a 7:10 am ail:20
?'2.ni' m1il'a,ri7'h r'T',?5 I
Mantel and Tile Co.. 8. 17th. Tel. 13.
L. HENDERSON, 1319 Farnam. Tel. 12TJ.
PROPOSAL8 FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES
Lieoartment of the Interior. C'ftloe of In-
dlan AlTalrs, Washington, u. c, Marcn i.
n(1 dlrecteJ t( the Commissioner of Indian
jo, nao s.rT.'Thlcaio '"lTl
win bo received until 1 o clock, p. m.. o
Tuesday, April li, 19o2, for fjrulvhlng for
,on' ,l!,t ' miscellaneous articles. Sealed
oroitosals. Indorsed "Proposals for blankets,
long list 1I miscellaneous articles, nraieu
Vn.l.n and rnlln mnntii rlnthlnv le " as
oolen a nd cotton goods clothing, eti.. as
"".n,y D''; and directed to the Com-
mlssloner of Indian Affairs, Nos. 77 and 79,
Wooster, New York City, will be received
until 1 o'clock, p. m , of Tuesday, May 13.
19o2. for furnishing for the Indian service
Hinimrw, .n.,icii aim vo.i.'ii piiwii., viuv..,... ,
nouone, ran hiiu caps, xnus nuini oe mnus
OU1 Ull auviri uiitlilin. Dturutiir, e1"
lng ail tiecesnary intormation tor oinuers
111 be furnish d on application to the In-
Subsistence. V. S. A., at Cheyenne. Leaven
worth, St. Louis, St. I'aul and Hun Fran-I
Cisco; tne postmaster at n oux i ny, lai.a-
Ark,,n"n,S city rfWw1r 'v. To''
" 'chlta and lucson. Bids will be op.
' hour and daye above stated.
I nnKU i
, . .
v , i v it , nuu ucvb nuuvD Dinim. nu I
bidders are Invited to be present at the
opening. The department reserves the right I
to aetermine ine point or ueuvery auu to i
reject any and all bids, or any part of any I
bid. W. A. JONES, Commissioner. I
Mch-zt to Apr-Z4-o
PROPOSALS FOR FUEL Office of Chief!
Quartermaster, St. Paul, Minn.. March 1
Ilxi2. J4ealei proposals. In triplicate, will 1
-w.nn I 1h am. 418 l-i.i
received at this - nihce. or at following
nurnn) posts, until Jl a. ni. April 11. m2.
for lumisning such wood and coal, during
tne nscai year commencing July l, rjoa.
as may be required at St. I'aul, and Fort
r Snelllng, Minn.; Fort Yates, N. IX; Camp
' Merrltt and Forts Asslnnlbolne, Harrison,
KeKh and Missoula. Mont.; Fort Yellow-
SHERIDAN, Wyo., April 9, 1902. Sealed
proposals In triplicate will be received
here until 11 a. m., Mav 9, 19U2, for furnish-
lng material and constructing a l.OHO.'MO-
gallon reservoir. For connecting reservoir
by proper mains with malna oi Sheridan
and Fort Mackenzie. For a Dost dlstribut
lng system and a sewer system; all at
Fort Mackenzie, Wyo. U. 8. reserves right
to accept or reject any or all bids or any
part thereof. Information furnished upon
application here or to Chief y. M.. U. S A.,
si uenver, omana, cnicago or rew l ork.
L-nv0lnru. ......,..!... t.r.i.wi.ul. 1. .... 1 . 1 , . ..
Envelopes containing proposals should be
endorsed ''Proposals for Water and Sewer
System" and addressed Capt. R. I Brown,
W- in. Apr. s-au-M. z-3
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested.
as changes may occur at any time.)
Foreign mails for the week ending April
. lf, S JS "'fXws':
PARCEI POST MAILS close one hour
earner man closing lime snown Delow.
parclii muii8"for Germany close at
I i t .... .1 anA 11
Resular and sunnlementary mails close
at foreign branch half hour later thun
I " 'W'-'B" wiaiivii nan iiuui .......
closing time shown below, (except that
supplementary mails for Europe and
I central America, via Colon, close one hour
I later at foreign branch.
wt.fvr-m a v A a.oa nM iMTDnPli'
per s. s. St. Louis, via Southampton (man
ror irewuio must na directed per . s
uls't; at 8:30 a. m. (supplementary
1.) for EUROPE, per s. s. Majestic,
eenstown; at 10 a. m. for BELGIUM
10 a. m
direct, per a. a. soutnwarK (man must oe
filrectiMl "iwr s. s. Houtnwark J.
THURSDAY At 6:30 a. m. for EUROPE.
Der s. s. Augusta Victoria, via Plymouth.
Cherbourg and Hamburg (mail for Frunce
must be directed "per s. s. Augusta vie-
torla"): at 7 a. m. tor FRANCE. 8WITZ-
ERLAND, ITALY, BPA1N, PURTUGA L.
TURKEY, EGYPT. GREECE. BRITISII
INDIA and 13RENZO MARQUEZ, per
s. L Aqultalne, via Havre (man ror
other parts of Europe must be directed
- Jf-Vu ?ua ,,M.nnpt.
SARDAY-A(f a. MPL.
f m. for ITALY direct, tier s. s. Trave
(ma must be directed "per s. s. trave );
-,o. UL-Tiiifpr vnu
Ml i.dv a. jii. . ... ... .j . ,
ner . s. Amsterdam (man must be di -
"-acted "ter s. s. Amsterdam,'J: at 9 30
a. m. for 8COTIAND direct, per S.
Astoria (mail must be directea "per
PRINTED MATTER. ETC. This steamer
takes nrlnted matter, commercial papers.
and samples for Germany only. The
same class of mall matter lor otner parts
of Europe win not oe sent ny tnis nlP
After the closing of the supplementary
11 fi ifaa mint lain uiiccidu mj t m
Trans-Atiantic mans nameo bdovo. anoi-
L '"i:r'eni'n,.?.,7 aiaffi?
French and German steamers, and remain
open until within 10 minutes ot the hour
of sailing 01 steamer.
Malls (or Boala and Central America.
wmi Indies. Bts.
u-c-nvt-an a -v t 11 v n m tnr ii.
x, . I ( ' A r...w .at lilmlru I Hamnann rrnm
t?7.i"t..tT: ' '
8 J Illlilllt. ILflUB.
I THURSDAY At 8 a. m. for CUBA. YUCA-
TAN CAMPECHE TA
IpAP ner a. s. 1 lava 11
parts ol Mexico must
1AHABLU ana cm-
na (mall for other
narta ot Mexico muni ne directed ner
!, & Haara;oV BaITITa
PU " i f-r H?A,A.8.?n,l.ATi"
for BRAZIL, per a. a. Grecian Prince, via
Pernambuco and Bantoa (mall for North
ern Bra ni I must oe airectea per s. s
FRIDAY At 12 m. for MEXICO, per s. s
Niagara, via xampico (man must be di
rected "per s. s. Niagara ;
1 SATURDAY At 9 a. m. for PORTO PICO,
V"- 'ont,. 8an Jun: 9 m
gUppementary 9.30 a. m.) for CURACAO
I f r,HflV'L-711L'l.l .... - II ,
and vm.t.iLt.L,A, per s. s. luaracuiDo
(mall for Havanllla and Cartagena must
he directed "per s. s. Maraculbo") : at
9:30 a. m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for
FORTl NB iBbAMI, JAMAICA. SA-
VANILLA, CARTAGENA and GREY
TOWN, per s. s. Alene (mall for Costa
Rica must be directed "per s. s. Alene");
at 9:80 a. m. for INAUUA and HAITI,
Ker a. s. Morro 'Castle, via Havana: ai
12:30 p. m. (supplementary 1 p. m ) for
TUHKS and lMjMiiNiCAM Rhi
Mail for Newfoundland, by rail to North
clone here every Monday, Wednesday and
Saturday). Mane tor Muiueion. by ran to
Boslon. and thence by steamer, close at
this office dally at 6:30 p. m. Mails for
Culm hv rail to Florida, and .thence bv
steamera. are oispaicned oauy. iniai con-
netting closes, for dispatch via Port
Tampa, on Sundays at 4 a. m . Wednes-
days and Fridays at 12:30 p. m.; for dls-
overland, unless specially addressed for
rt soatcli by steamer, close at this office
dally except Bunuay at i;w ana ii:jo p. ni ,
DUIKJ.; B ail a V " ' ... - 111. man,
for Coata Kica, tiMise, i-uerto c-ortea ann
Guatemala, py rail to jew wneans. sna
thannai tiv lf,linfr einaua II ttilai r.m.
dallv except Sunday at l:3u n. m.. Sun-
days at 1:00 p. m. (connecdng closes here
Mondays for Bellie, Puerto Cortes and
Guatemala, and Tuesday ror coma kica.)
Registered mall closes at :x) p. m. pre -
Malls for China and Japan, via Seattle and
Victoria, o. c, close here oauy at s
p. m. up to April bth, Inclusive, for des
Datch Der a. s. Emcrni of Japan (reals
tered mall must be specially addressed.
Merchandise for the U. S. Postal a
Cariii2rb' cannot torwrQe V1"
Malta for Hawaii, China and Japan, via
Han franciaco, cioae lure oauy at
p. m. up to April loth. Inclusive, for
despatch per a. s. Hong Kong Maru.
Malls for the Philippine Islauds. via San
Francisco, close here daily at 8:30 p.
up to April llth, Inclusive, for despatch
per v. a. transport
alla for China and Japan, via Tacoma.
close here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to April
llth. Inclusive, for despatch per a. a
Maila for Hawaii, via Ban Francisco, close
here dally at 6 80 p. in. up to April l4th,
iiteliiMlwM foe at&anatdi n-r a. a. Alamaitl.,
I Malls for Tuhlil and Marqueaus Islando,
via naa raui'isi'v, tioae Here ony
I . , . ........ . Allanuc express a i;w am
'i. P"'iM,?al8 wl,h. 'V," "Btructl"'8 Llncoln-Siroinsourg Ex.b 4 05 pm b:!)U pin
will be furnished on application here, or to Urand Maa ic.i. b 6iS0 pm b 9:35 am
'xn n m "n tn A'lr,! "'"h- Inclusive.
for dematch ncr Australia.
Malls for llamall. J:'sn and Chins. vU
San rr.mt lsco, close ro're dally st a so
p in. up to April "lth. Inclusive, for
ilisnatch ncr s. s. China.
Mulls for China and Japan, via Seattle,
close here dully at :i p. m. up to April
"inn. inclusive. lor nipatcn per s. s.
Rlo.tun Mum. (Registered mall must be
directed "via Seattle ").
Malls for Australia, (except West Aus-
trans, wnion is rorwaroea via r.umpei.
New Zeiland, FIJI. Hamoa a.td Hawaii
via Pan Francisco, close here dally at -
p. m. arier April "jth anil up to Apm
06th. Inclusive, or on arrival of s s.
Umbila. due at New York April 36th.
for dlsnatch oer s. s. Sonoma.
Mulls for Australia (except West Australia,
which goes vin Kurope, and rsew Zea
land, which goes via San Francisco), and
f ijl islands, via Fcatr and victoria, it.
C, clo-e here dally at 6: p. m. lip to
April '.'6th. Inclusive, for despatch per s.
s. Moana (specially addressed only).
Transpncltlc niMlln are forwarded to port
or sailing dully and tne schedule or cioe.
lng Is arranged on ihs presumption of
their uninterrupted overland trannt.
Registered mall closes at 6:00 p. m.
CORNELIUS VAN COTT, rostmaater.
1 HHSMjII 5 V A m lull, jostmasie
, ffl New York. N. Y . April 4. 1
losioin.o, i.v. i a. ,r. ,.
pAlLWAY TIMB 4 ARD.
imviY m K a m v mm A.u nanvi
Chicago Express a 7:20 am a 8:10 pra
Chlcaao, Minneapolis A
st. 1 am cimueo a i:sv pm a a.va mm
Minneapolis 4i St. PS ul
express D l.iv am rio: pm
Chicago Express al0;34 pm
.-,... unrL i.iaad A l aelge.
ur, m npi Hnn . , v
enport Locai a 7:35 am a 9:88 pm
Chicago Express ull: la am a b.Uo pm
Df8 Moines Local a .w pm oti.su am
cnicugo Fast Kxprcsa.. 4:3a put a l.J pin
Lies aiolnes, Look la-
laud and CUiua.o a 7:4U pra a . am
Lincoln, Colo. Springs,
Denver, Pueblo auji
west a i-iu pra i.u pra
Texas Flyer a 8:20 pm 1.80 am
t alon Cacllr.
Overland Limited 8:40 ant a 7:80 pra
s-,.. Mall . a 8-60 am a a:zi
Ifora ExV-rcs,::.'.... 4:i5 ?m
i-acltio Express all'Jopm
EBglern Lxprea's." a 4:85
ago l assenger.
pm a 8:00 am
.alo:i am a 1:1 pin
I Eastern Bpe'jial a 4:m pra a 4:o pm
'al ;i, " a 2:40 pm
Omaha-Chicago L t d. ..a eta pin a 9:20 am
rwi ITLail..... O-W IUI
Cedar Baplds l'ass a t:3U pm
Twin City Express a 7.08 am aloinu pm
Twin City Liiulted a 7:66 pm a .40 am
Bloux Cli Locai a 8:16 Jn a 3;eU pra
Chlcaao, Mllnaakee A HI. Paal.
Chlcaao Limited a 6.00 pm a 8:05 am
Chicago c Omaha Ex...u liln am u 8:tu pin
SL Louis Jtvxpress a 10:00 am 6:25 pin
K. C. ac B".. L. JtUxpresa..alu:60 put a :la aw
Bt. J-ouls "Cannon Ball
Exuress a 8:16 pm a 6:20 am
Bt. iiuts Local, council
Bluaa aiu:w am aiu.w pm
W 1SUSTER DEPOT 10TH &. WKBITKH
l-'cemuat, Clkhora Mlssoarl alley.
Black Hills, Deadwood,
Hot Bpriugs a i:w un a :w ura
Wyoming, Casper ana
liousias d $M pm 8.80 om
Hisiin". J ork, David
City, kiuiwiiui, uviieva,
. .XCier aim MltMU. V I
N,ortoia, Lincoln and
lixBter ano owaru....o s;w pm o ;w pm
740 am bl0:L,an
Fremont ixical 70 aut
Nebraska Local. Via
Weeping water o :i pm ajo:2 am
Lul.iiteU, wi. I jaaaUaaaia vwaaa ,
Twl City Passenger.... a 6:30 am a 8:00pm
bioux City Passenger.. ..a mim ull:Juam
nwrun iaucsi V b aaa
UUUL1NUTON STATiON IOTH StAgOJt
Chlcaao, Uarllngtoa aft tAalacy.
Chicago Special a i.w am ai0:24) pm
I Chicago VeSlibuled Ex. 4:0K pm a V:o ura
I C'iucao Locai a a:MI am a :Ud pm
I chlcuno iaiuuieu d 'lMipu a ilia am
1 t aat Mall a i:w put
UUIII4V. ak Ml.aourt 11
Wvniore. Beatrice and
1 m KII'RA r
NuDrasaa Express a 8:40 am a V:3o pm
uiiaiia Hills and Puget
1 -; . , . . ,.,wi ,im d.ac ,
1 couuu i. . - - ..w
Uncoln taai Mii....,..e .w put a Sill atu
ann Lrauu and PlattS
moutlt b 20 pm bll:0S am
LuueVUB A Paclllo Jet.. a i:m pm a :4! aut
Bellevue tfc PaclUo Jet. .a .0M am
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First National Bank. Omaha.
TO MAKE SAMAR WILDERNESS
Major Waller Saya Geaeral Saalth
Ordered lllm (o Bars
MANILA, April 8. Major Littleton W. T.
Waller ot the marine corps, at today's ses
sion of the court-martial, by which he Is
I being tried on the charge of executing aa-
lives of Samar without trial, testified In
rebuttal of the evidence given yesterday
I py General Jacob H. Smith, who cora-
- manded the American troona In the lal.nA
I The major said General Smith Instructed
him to kill and burn; ..Id that the more he
I killed and burned the better pleased he
would be; that 1t was no time to take prli-
,., mnJI ,hut , ,. .fc. o... .
onerlV oI that he waa to make Samar a
howling wilderness. Ms lor - Waller asked
General Smith to define the age limit for
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killing and he replied, "everything over
10." The major repeated hi. order to Cap
talo Torter. saying: "We do not make war
I that way on old men, women and chll-
I f -kla, faaaiaka, Malll.l-
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MANILA. Anrll8 Port Rur.in M
I ' a, - -
gency, from Bulacan, capital of the Drov
ince of Bulacan, baa reported eighty-one
I . . - .v. , .
1 ance. At Manila, up to noon today, 184
rases of cholera had occurred and there
had been 140 death, from that disease.
Dea't Accept Coaaterf elta.
For piles, akin diseases, sore., cuts,
bruise, burn, and other wound nothing
I annals DaWtlt'a Witch lintel Kalva. TVia't
accept counterfeit None genuine exeept
I DeWltf. "I hare Buffered line 1865 wlt
I protruding, bleeding pile and until re
I ,m ttwiA n u.a
cently could And no permanent relief
I say J, P. Oerall of St. Paul, Ark. "Finally
m. 1 trimA DeWltt's Witch Haiel BalTe. Whlcll
tooa completely cored ma."
f eltle Arrlree at Llverpael.
LIVERPOOL, April 8-r-The White Slat
I line eteamer tvltic, which left New Torn
I February 18, with a party of tourlata for 4
I rruiaa, tu the Mariilterranaall and tha Ctrtanl.
I arrived to.li. y It will remain here three
al uays, AilWf lur fw xora Apru 14
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