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fr norilii and day edltlca.
State. 1 I -a word aral Ineertlaa,
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CROCERT MAN Experienced eaatorn
man, good salesman, brat references,
wants position In wholesale nr retail
tore; Correspondence solicited. T 20, lice.
AN EXPERIENCED fireman wants posi
tion aa fireman at laundry. Address Y 4,
Bee. A M7H6 21
WANTED, two or three men to work from
our wacona; eteauy work and good pay.
C. F. Adams CO., 16U Howard SL
COOD messengers wanted; Increased pay.
A. t. T. Co., .12 Bouth 13th. B 4V0
16 FOR HALF A DAY S WORK.
If you live In lha country or In a small
town -and tiava a good acquaintance
among in farmara and stock raisers In
the neighbornood you can make ta easily
by tour or five hours' work. Write ua
and w will aand you our proportion.
The Bee Publishing Co., Bollcllura' Dept.,
Omaha, Nab. B M3i3
WANTED a good man In every county to
take subacriptiuus (or the Twentieth
Century Farmer. Our agenia make good
wagea everywhere. References required.
Address, Twentieth Century Farmer,
Omaha, Neb, B (u3
THREE or four good men wanted; 1100 per
month. Call 637 Paxton block. B M4l
WANTED, salesmen to solicit orders on a
new proposition by which you can earn
' 13 to 16 a day; young man from 23 to US
ueeirra, wno are nueuers ana weu recom
menuea. . Room 10, Omaha Bee bldg.
WANTED, first-class palntera and paper
hangers. A. L. Seabrook, 40 N. lth 8t.
WANTED, house painters at flt. Louis,
Mo,, steady work, S3 per day, eight hours,
WANTED, a gentleman desires to take
private lessons in trench two evenings
each week. Must call at my residence.
Address, stating method of teaching,
A. 42, Bea. B M70
WANTED, experienced Invoice clerk: must
be quick and accurate at figures; give
age, previoua occupation ana salary
. . . J A n Ti x f ..-r
wsikvu. Auureii j. Dev. Diiiirau
O. R. RATHBUN gives private lessons in
bookkeeping. Room 15, Commercial Na
tional Dank. o M160
10 OR 15 first-class tinners, steady work to
good men. Jensen Mfg. Co., lopeita, Kin,
B 5.3 23
BPLENDID wages paid men who learn the
barber trade with ua; only two months
required by our method of free clinic,
expert Instructions, etc.; years of ap
prenticeship saved; complete outfit of
tools presented each graduate: wages and
experience In shops Saturdays; diplomas
rranted: positions suaranteed: catalnaue
and particulars mailed free. Moler Hartvr
Collage, 1633 Kirnara at. U M619 24"
HELPER wanted In dye house. The Pan-
torium, 407 H intn. b Mow 21
TWO coatmakrrs. Helgren aV Uradman. 0
BLACKSMITH helper wanted, one that
ran do horse shoeing. L. Benge, Sterling
Colo. B 659
WANTED, draughtsman or engineer for
piiou umaiia iuu general wora. Aanreaa
eir. . , , . , .O 4
WANTED, competent tinner who can make
himself generally useful In hardware nnd
furniture store, r . L. Dunn, Oaceola, li
B M713 21
WANTED, stenographer, for manufacture
Ing company. Just through college; state
age and aalary wanted. Address Y 47,
Bee. H M763 Zi
WANTED Two upholsterers at once. 2121
Leavenworth St. B 12619
WANTED Experienced soda dispenser.
Balduff. 1620 Farnam. B 449 19
WANTED, first-class wood workers, com
petent to work In shop on Hour mill ma
chines; also three machinists (vise hands)
and two moulders In foundry; will allow
railroad fare to men engaged; only flrst
clasa mechanics wanted. Great Western
Mfg. Co., Leavenworth, Kansas.
B M764 il
WANTED, two good lathers, at once. A.
F. Haney, 44 Fourth St., Council Bluffs.
SALESMEN wanted for full line of fruit
and ornamental trees; pay weekly; outfit
free. Lawrence Nursery Company, Law
renee, Kan. 588 J19
WANTED FKMALE HELP.
WANTED, two young lady students to
learn halrdreaslng, manicuring and chi
ropody and scientific massage. Call or
writ Form 230. lia Bldg. C 492
WANTED Competent waist finisher. Mrs.
Caldwell, 611 Broadway, 2d floor, Council
Bluffs. C M421
WANTED, girl for general housework.
Mrs. A. P. Tukey, 2641 Chicago Bt.
c 499 n
SPLENDID wages paid ladles who learn
hair dressing, manicuring or facial mas
sage with ua; years of apprenticeship
saved by our method of free clinic, ex
pert Instructive, etc.; tools presented;
aoma wagea made by resident work from
start; positions guaranteed; call or write
for catalogue. Moler College, iH-t Farnam
St. C M61S 24
WANTED, a rook, washer snd Ironer;
references required. C. W. Hamilton, 2HH
Leavenworth. C 635 21
WANTED, lady to give French ronveraa.
tlon lessons one evening each week. State
terms. Adareas y 9, Bee. C 82 22
100 Glrla. Call Canadian office, 15th & Dodge.
LADIES, ropy letters at home; 14 to 16 per
week. Send stamped envelope for appli
cation. Monarch Supply Co., Dept. 92,
1 ChloaCO. C i.& 20
WANTED. In a family of three, a girl for
Senerai noueewora; wagea i per week
lt BU Mary ve. C M7S7 23
WANTED, a number of good fa ml Ilea for
work In the beet flelda. Adareas Btamlard
Cattle Co., Ames, Keb. MS17
FOR RENT HOlOKa.
TO MOVE light get Omaha Van Storage
Co.; office lUihi Farnaiu, or Tela. I0&9 4oA
HOUSES, stores. Bemls, Fax ton block.
fornla Bta., at. modern. In good repair,
larga yard, luquire at 607 N. Y. Life
Duuaing. 1 141
iTlGHT-ROOM. modern, except furnace. 13.
U. M. Nattinger, Bee bldg. 'Phone oi.
t 4 CALIFORNIA. S-rooss furnlnhed house.
, v -u ai utroouns. u aa aj
tSKa and flats. Hlngwalt. Barker block
riENT. 9-room. modern, detached
. newly paperej and- palmed. IJU.
. il Ave. TaL 671 B. U. Rubl.00,
room apartments. Of S. CM St
iTWlCK A CO. fo choice
S. Ufe Bldg. Tel. tuU
1 . Wead. 1624 Douglas
FOR REIT-HOI SES.
POSITIVELY the most modern residence.
rooma. new, 135. wortn 140. 241" tiamn
ton. Tel. A2728. D M4M
10-ROOM modern house, lnr N. rth at.;
other houses. Chris aoyer, aa ana torn.
Ing. Tel. 2"4. D-SU6-A.-8
VANS and baggaga wagona.
10-ROOM house, with basement, 28th and
Jackson. Ii6.i, good location. O. E.
Turklngton, l Bee. D M.T61
VERY desirable 7-rotim rottage. with mod
ern convenleneea, 1104 Meorgia Ave., im
mcOlRte poseesalon; reftr:nies required.
Inquire of W. C. Ooss, 1B3 Park Ave.
FOR RENT, elegant modern brick resl
donre. M9 8. SHth ave.
Modern frame realdence on paved street,
9-room house In Hansrom Place. $11).
Modern brick reslflenre, Z-U3 Lake St., 115.
BRENNAN-IAJVE CO.. B. 13tn St.
D M525 28
FOR RENT to desirable tenant. 10-room
modern residence, bath, laundrv, large
yard and shade trees. WW N. 24th street.
Keys and terms, Inquire McCague In
vestment Co.. 1E0 Dodge. D 587 21
FOR RENT, It-room house, strictly mod
ern, beautirul grounae. on Hnerman Ave.,
will make rent right to good party. Board
In house parties need not apply. D. V.
8 HOLES COMPANY, 310 N. Y. Life. Tel.
FOR REJfT FIRKISHED ROOMS.
DEWET European hotel, 13th and Fnrnnm.
FURNISHED rooms for rent. 1617 Cass.
LARGE front room, also south room. 2015
Douglas. E M&7
BEAUTIFt'Li rooms, furnished or unfur
nished, for, light housekeeping, moaern.
large lawn, private
lamuy. a uurt at.
ROOMS 1904 Capitol ave.
E M508 23
FI'RNISIIED rooms, all modern. 320 N.
15th St. E 639 MM
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, par''1'' on floor,
beautifully furnished, modern; large,
shady lawn, 112.60. 2104 Burt St.
VERY desirable room or rooms In modern
house, prlvatb family. 112 N. 26th.
TWO nice rooms for gentlemen, private
family, close in. X v, nee. t-o: a-
FIRNIbHEI rooms aku board.
NICE home for young men. 10S 8. 26tn St
DESIRABLE suite of rooms, first floor.
unfurnished, May l. 'ice tTait, zn a.
26th Bt. WJ M-
FOR RENT, nicely furnished, steam heated
rooms, with or without board. Midland
hotel, Hth and Chicago Bts. f o4
ROOMS and board Glencairn. 1&. Douglas.
ROOMS "The Farnam." lth and Farnam.
THE ROSE, 2020 Harney, rooms with board.
FRONT room and board In private family
at lire Bo. 30th Ave. r 033
LARGE pleasant rooms, furnished or un
furnished, with good table board. 2423
Cass. r 6S) zt
FOK HKNT INFtRKlSHED ROOMS.
DESK room space, 16 per month, ground
floor room in The Bee building, lacing
Farnam rtreet; no expenae for light, heat
or Janitor service, it. c. reiers Co.,
lien ml Agents, bee building. u lis
SUITE of rooms, modern, housekeeping,
Hit Georgia ave. U M492 21
FOR REST STOKES AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT, the bulldlnc formerly occu
Pled by The Bee at UK Farnam Bt. It has
four atortea and a basement which waa
formerly usad aa The Bae ureas room.
This will be rented very reasonably. If
Interested apply at once to C. C. Hona
water, secretary, rooul 10U, Bee building.
STORE. 24x60. 24(4 Leavenworth St.
FOR RENT, store In flrst-clasa location
rent reasonable. Apply R. C. Fetera &
Co., ground floor. Bee Bldg. 1tHH
LARGE room In the Paxton block to let.
suitable for lodge purposes. Apply room
635, Paxton block, or w. FARNAM
SMITH CO. 1-393
FOR SALE, building on 20th and 8. next
to Franek a hall, do. Omaha; to he moved
off the pruminea; for price and terma
apply to Stors Brewing Co., 1819 Sherman
ave., Omaha, Neb. I M523 21
WANTED, canvassing agents In every
county to solicit subscriptions to 1MB
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER:
steady employment with assured good
Income; agents In the country with
horse and buggy especially desired: can'
vaaeera make easily 6tk to 1100 per month.
Aaureas, century farmer boilcltors
Bureau, bee Duuuing, umana. iii
WANTED, agents to sell Life of Talmage
omciai dook: mi per cent commission
freight paid; credit given and premiums
. . . .1 . t. . t.l MAnu. k.II. (.......
vu in, aicv, . b iiniii.j , mil, ,iiiiiicu.
ately. American Publishing house. Star
ounuing. Chicago. j-Mtu li'
AT ONCE, a good, reliable agent making
all branches of C, B. 4k y. In southern
Nebraska tc take a good side line on
commission. Address 1 19, Bee.
AGENTS make $6 dally selling the cheap.
eat ana most poriert weier inter ever in
vented; relaha at 1160: big profit; exclu
alve territory. Beneca Filter Co., Seneca,
Mo. J &: 21
AGENTS WANTED Exclusive territory
and good commission to active agenta 10
Introduce our aelf-heatlng ..atlron. Ca.ll
or aaureas lien 1 Agl., an iougiaa si.
Omaha, rueo. j t7 t
LIFE OF TALMAGE. by his son, large,
fully Illustrated; low prices; best terms
rreignt paia, creau given, outnt tree.
W. Zlegler & Co., 824 Dearborn
J a 27
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTHD, pasturage for 26 to 60 yearling
neirers, within 3a miles or Oman, ir
responsible party; state best terms for
six months and for one year. Address
Y 20, Bee. K-M5o6 21
WANTED, by man and wife 2 rooma In
s u our na 1 or ngni nouaexeeping; quiet,
respectable neighborhood. Address Y 46,
Bee. K M746 22
WANTED TO HI Y.
WANTED, good secondhand furniture;
highest prices paid. Knterprlse Furniture
1 r urultur
Co.. lug n. 14m. lei. iLan.
WANTED, second-hand fireproof safe. E.
W. Uecker, Osmond, Neb. N 723 22
FOR SALE H UNITI RE.
CHICAGO Furniture Co., 1U0 Dodge. Tel.
2uM. New and secondhand, bought, au.d,
exchanged. O 5u
WITH every 110 aale we will give FREE a
beautltul oil painting. We have a com
plete lino of ;Ouse furnishings, new and
secondhand; prices right. Enterprise Fur
ill tu re Co., lu, 4 8. 14th. TaL 2294
U 983 Ml
FOR SALIC HORSES, WAGONS, ETC.
GOOD Btifbebaker top buggy, cheap. Bee
A. W. Johnson, with John Deere plow Co.
FOR repair work on light and heavy
wagons see Frost, 14lh and Lavenwur.h.
SNYDER ton bugpy for aale, good aa new.
inquire aim di. jiary a ave.
mlth-Premler, No. 1, lis.
Bmlth-Preniler, No. 1. 127. 60, fine condition.
Remington. No. 4. almost new, taa.
Remington, No. J, new. 170.
Densmorea while (hey last. 13S. your choice.
LOli tit. JouN, 17U Faruam su
FOR SALE MlSt KLLANEOl B. I
F'H timbers for house movers, etc., 40 to 71
feet; cribbing snd hog fence. 9ul Douglas.
lyn STYLES trusses, catelogue free. Sher
man A McConneli Drug Co., 16th and
Dodge, Omaha. 0616
FOR SALE, phonographs, superior to any
cuner musical instrument; n up. ins
Wittman Co., 1621 Farnam. Q-613
IDHAND aafe cheap. Derlght. 1119 Farnnm.
INDIAN goods and relics. 1119 Farnam.
IDHAND safe cheap. Bchwarts, 114 S. 13th.
FLE8CHER sella bicycles. 1622 Capitol A v.
FINE 6-passenger, rubber-tired, open car
riage, si-'o; extension, learner top. z
seated carriage, rubber-tired, used (
times, tlis; 20 other phaetons, surreys anl
carriages. DKIMMONU CARRIAGE
CO., Uth and Harney. Q 239 A26
WIRE fence for poultry, hog, lawn and
vara, nucn post,, tree guaraa. wire
Works. 617 So. 161 h St. Tel. 1.O0.
O M972 July9
FOR SALE, scholarship In an Omaha
snortnand school, cheap, inquire 233 nee
FIR timbers for house movers, etc., 40 to 71
lett; poultry and nog tence. wi uougias.
BICYCLES and phonographs on easy pay
ments 4o down, 11.00 per weeK: 3d Hand
wheels, IV 18 and 110; new wheels, 115.
Omaha Bicycle Co., llh and Chicago sta.
SOUTH DAKOTA MAP, official, showing
boundaries and descriptions according to
government land uftlce plats to date; free
homesteads and land to le opened for
settlement; 26o sliver or 30c stamps. De
partment Q, State Pub. Co., Pierre. S. D.
2 FRESH Jersey grade cows, big, rich
mllchers, brone, tamely cows. lurner,
2H07 Center St., City. Q 640 21
TTPE WRITERS, latest Remington. Smith-
Premier. Uenxmore. replaccil by THE
UNDERWOOD; low price. Rentals, $2 do
to M per montn. A. II. Workman At to
1617 Farnam. Thone, 2439. Q M532
LITTER 8cotch Collie pups, pedigreed,
right ones. Dr. Turner, 37 Center St.,
city. o mi 11-
WK FURNISH estimates on rebuilding, re-
nulshing, tone and action regulating, we
make a specialty or scientific proof test
piano tuning. All work guaranteed.
Schmoller & Mueller,
Manufacturers, Wholesale and Retail
1313 Farnam St. Jol B'way, Co. Bluffs.
Tel. 1925. Tel. 3W.
ON ACCOUNT of failing health of the
owner, ine nrug siock at tne corner or
Sixth and Pierce streets, city. Is offered
ror saie at tavoranie terms. y kik 1
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant. 1614 Cass St
MME. GYLMER, genuine palmist. 315 8. 1
MME. SMITH, batha. 118 N. 15, 2d floor. R. X.
1 Wj4 fll-6
MME. AMES, vaoor baths, 124 N. 15th. r. 7,
T M317 M12
Middlemiss, wall paper cleaner. Tel. 1739.
u Mtw ia
DR. ROY, chiropodist, corns and superflu
ous nair removed by electricity, rt. u.
Frenser Block. c 6i
PRIVATE hospital, before and during con
tlnement; babies aaopteu. ami urani bi.
Mrs. Gardela.. Tel. b-iuu. u 6is
FLESCHER will fix your bicycle right.
HAIRDREBSINO, manicuring and chiro
pody, for ladies only, lu connection with
The Batnery, uee mug. u k
RUPTURE permanently cured In 30 to 60
daya; send lor circular, u. o. wuoo, il.
L., 631 iiew tora uia cuig., umana, nen,
ACCORDION pleating, cheapest, beat and
quickest Mrs. A. C. Mark, 17 at Douglas.
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
and retail, coiuns riano co., uoug
las. . V 622
CHIROPODY a specialty. In connection
with The Batnery, rooms zio-.su nee mag.
TeL 171a. u 62
SHAMPOOING and halrdresaing. 26c. In
connection with The Batnery, 216-220 Bee
building, lei. liu. u 3ft
ri'PTI'HE cured. 125: no pain, detention
from business; send for circulars. Empire
Rupture cure -o., n. x, uic tiiag
OO TO The Goldman Pleating Co. for all
enables them to do better, cheaper.
Quicker work than ever before. 200 Doug-
7:.- IT Vf9l4
BECK & CO.; wall paper cleaners. Tel. 747,
IT A OS
VIAVI, woman's wsy to health. Home
treatment. Booklet free. 346 Bee Bldg.
Omaha. U 527
ELITE PARLORS. 615 So. 16th St., 2d floor
U 3-1 Ail
PRIVATE home for ladles before and dur
Ing confinement; babies adopted. 2620
Buraette. Airs, uurgei. u-mi-d aiu-
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15, 2d floor, r. 2.
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
4H PER .TENT on business property.
per cciTT on residence property.
Options to pay whole or part any time.
W. B. MEIKLE. 401 B. lilh St.
MONEY to loan on improved Omaha real
estate, urennan-i-ovo co., ia bo. utn.
FOR BALE, choice mortgage loans. Garvin
Bros., lau4 f arnam bL, umana. w aijja
WANTED, city loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 amain bt.
FARM and city loans, low rates. W. 1L
n 1 . Oa, II n U UU. T.l
6 PER CENT loana. Garvin Broa., 14o4
Farnam. w ftj;
CHOICE FARM LOANS FOR SALE.
R. C. PETERS t CO.. 1702 Farnam St.
W MK3U-M 7
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1B24 Douglas
WANTED, city and farm loana: also bon.l
snd warrants. R. C. Peters & Co. 174
rarnam bt.. Bee mug. w .
44 TO 6 P. C money. Bemls. Paxton Blk.
PRIVATE money. Sherwood. 937 N. Y. L,
Wil I I AMQOM CHARLES E . 12ul
?v iLumiMjui., Farnam street.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL.
I 1 I I
I 1 1 1 1
WHEN IN NEED OF MONEY
DAL WITH THE
AMERICAN LOAN CO.
LOANS FROM CO TO 1200 MADB
On Furniture. Pianca, etc., and to people
holding a steady position, without pub
licity or removing the property, and at
CHEAPER AND EASIER RATES)
than elsewhere. You can have the more
on the same day you ask for It, and the
loan can be paid off In eaay weealy or
mommy laymen ta, or as your circum
atancea will permit, thus snabiina you ti
pay without Inconvenience or worry.
come in ana tais it over witn us.
AMERICAN LOAN CO.,
Room 3u3 Third Floor. Paxton Block
LOANS n CHATTELS and SALARIES.
J. W. TAXU-I&. 3 1 e-xlua block.
!MOKY TO I.01W IHTTKIH.
W'E make loans on Furniture.
Plar.ot.. Hores. Wagons, Cairlages
snd other chattels.
without mortgage to persons who
have termanetit 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
hnt time you keep it We are
learters In low rates, quick and con
fidential service and courteous
treatment. We Invite comparisons
of rates, time, payments, etc. We
Elve you the full amount of the
OAS In cash. We always "try to
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2295.
tEstablished 1S92.J 3"6 S. 16th St
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchant, team
sters, boarding houses, etc., without se
curity; easieot terms; 40 offices In prin
cipal cities. Tolman. 410 Buard of Trade
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, nr raes, cows, etc. c. tr. need, .tis s 13.
MONEY loaned on furniture, live stock.
jewelry, to salaried people, roiey ixian
Co., sue. to Djff Green, 1 'larker Blk.
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
people; t.uslness connuentiai; lowest rates.
ol4 Paxtor block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
DISINESS CHANl Kft.
TO GET In or out of buslners call on Wll-
llama. Room 411 Mccague building.
WHEN you want to buy. sell or exchange
your buslneaa or property quick communi
cate with one who has the customers. J.
H. Johnson, 643 N. Y. Lite. 'Phone L-2270.
FOR SALE, the best hardware stock In the
best agricultural section of lowa; large
annual trade; stock will Invoice about
110,000; proiits large; must close up an
estate Interest the only reasoi. for selling.
Address V 4U, Bee. Y M426
IF YOU want to BUY or SELL rual es
tate call o: write
NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO.,
4th Floor N. Y. L fe Bldg., Omaha.
WANTED, mill man to bus Interest In
manufacturing plant and take charge of
planing mill business; good reasons for
selling and good opportunity if taken ut
once. Address Y 26, Bee, Omaha.
A NO. 1 new brick blacksmith shop, ItixtiO,
10 and 13-root ceilings, equipped witn tne
latest improved machinery, Klvcs employ
ment to three men, located in thriving
business town. For particulars address
Carraher Bros., Elgin, Neb. Y M113 22
FOR a profitable proposition, monthly In
come t'jw, elegantly equipped rooming and
boarding houe, patrons tbu 'teal- best
location in city; large capacity. J. 11.
Johnson, N. Y. Life. 'I'houe L-2270.
TEN ROOMS, splendidly furnished modern
brick Hat, best location, fully occupied,
first-class roomers; paying proposition.
J. H. Johnson, N. Y. Life. Y M344
7-ROOM brick flat, nicely furnished, good
location, rent reasonable, furniture at
bargain; lady going away; Investigate.
J. 11. Johnson, N. Y. Life. Y MJ45
1500 WILL buy a complete butcher's outfit.
ice cox and an. AUdrees, A. 14, ueo.
FOR SALE, a good paying cigar store
ana small jopoing ouxiiiess cheap, 11
taaen at jnce. Auureas x 13, nee.
8TOCK of about 13.000 In good location.
w ouiu iaKe umana residence property
ior aoout u.aoo. Address, iiox 14. cte.
. lowa. Y 273 M-13
FOR BALE, interest In wood workltfg busi
ness, rianing mm ana atcam power plan;
ready to operate; mumirActurlng well i
tablished; chance for young man to get
good business already made. Addrorfs
Y 35, Bee, Omaha. Y M491 21
FOR SALE, easy terms, small cash pay
ment., oaiance mommy, my entire livery
stock, hacks and hearHe; excellent chance
to step into good uaytna business. Vv. C.
Utterback, Ogden barn, Council Bluffs, ?a
1 U237 A2t
AN OLD established real estate, loan. In
surance ana abstract DUBiness in one or
the best towns in northwestern Iowa, for
sale . at a bargain; a bright opportunity
for the right man; only those meaniu
business apply. For particulars Hlrlre?a
y 29, care Bee, Omaha.. Y MuOb- 25
FOR SALE, good clear, up-to-date stock
of Jewelry, crockery, musical Instru
inents, sewing machines, notions, etc.;
about Ij.&ouoo; also good brick building,
26x100. with lot 25xlio. Stock located 111
good county seat town N. W. Iowa. Stock
running and doing good business. Fine
opening for right man. For particulars
address P. M. Casady, Sioux City. la.
Y 587 28
HOTEL, furniture and fixtures of 26 rooms,
.mlUUIu A,.,,l,,r.u.l ' nlllu tlr.li.in In ......1
LUllljiir.ri Mu'l'rlu, .....j a,.,ur.t nuim
live country town; doing good business;
rent low; for sale reasonable. J. H. John
sou, N. Y. Life. Y- M730 21
DRUG 8TOCK, 12.000, doing paying busi
ness; splendid location in city; can he
had at bargain. J. II. Johnson, N. Y.
Life. Y 733 21
FOR SALE, a good, clean stock of grocer-
lea, queenswarc ana notions, one of the
best stands In a live Nebraska town,
doing a good business; reason for sell
ing, poor health. Address Grocer, Bee
office. Council Bluffs. Y-M727
STOCK of books, notlona and stationery
live business in live town good point t
work In drug line. Addreas V
HARDWARE stock for sale. W. J. Deer-
lng, carioil, la. xij a
CIGAR BUSINESS, elegant furniture and
fixtures in nne location puuiq umaiia;
good trade, right figure. J. 11. Johnson,
N. Y. Life. Y 731 21
FOR SALE Furniture, fixtures and two
year lease of the only hotel In Osmond,
Neb. For particulars write Box 25u,
Osmond. Neb. Y 763 19
' FOR EXCHANGE.
WILL exchange good oak wardrobe for
folding bed. N 49, Bee. Z-M510
WILL sell or exchange for Omaha prop
erty 5-room cottage and six lots In Lin
coln. Value, !2,uoU. Y 14, Bee.
Z M417 21
iOQUlTY In Improved level quarter for
trade. Box 24, Chapman, Neb.
FOR EXCHANGE, for land general mer
chandise, 1-story brick hotel, 55 roorn-c
modern, population 4,fl"0; one 2-stoiy
brick, only hotel in town, population Voo;
land for livery: write what you have or
want. T. M. CUne, 1231 O St.. Lincoln,
Neb. Z M743 22
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
DOUBLE house, modern, 7 rooms In each;
near car and school. Price, tl.9oo. Fur
particulars. Box 95, lrvlngton, Neb.
RE 719 22
HOUSES, lots, farms, ranches, loans; also
Are insurance. Bemls, Paxton Block.
FOR BALE. 1120 acres of good farming
land. 120 acrea in crops this eui at a
sacrifice In central part of Nebraska. G.
H. Peterson, o22 N. lbth, Omaha.
RE 658 M19
FOR BALE Good house In Oakdale, on
Scanicre Bt.. near Cottonwood Ave.
around the corner from Vine, convenient
to Hickory St. car line.
Also the old Down home, on Goose 8t., near
the Feather foundry.
One vacant lot on the corner Lake and
Water Sis., suitable for mill, having a
damslte good location.
If the properties don't ault buy
RE M7o4 21
MODERN cottage. 1 rooma. entirely new.
paved street, brick aldewalk. near 25th
and 8t. Mary s ave.; eaay terma. t3 5u.
O. C. Olatn, 1701 Faruam St. RE M52S 26
IF YOU want one of the nicest k-roora
homes In Hanacom Place I will give you
a bargain. Owner left city. Must eUL
J. 11. bherwood. 137 N. Y. U Bldg.
smn ait c- n miui.p. i . .
bouae, near High school; fine Inside
Uadev' JuUieaa X, M, b4. iUi-JiUl
Home; cneap at Riw. "in consider part
FOR 9 4I.FJ RF.4.L F.ST A f E.
ALL ABOARD for California! fVo.UHl acrea
goternment land In southern t alltornla
open for settlement; tho largest irriga
tion canal In America Is now completed
through these lands; soil Is very rich and
fertile, fun t aifalfa and cattle country
on earth; 32o aires allowed each person;
permanent water rights sold on easy
terms; railroad through these lands will
be completed in short time; send 1 cents
for books and maps and full Informa
tion. Reld & Hener. agenta, M7 South
Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal.
RE M 470 Mil
SEE PAYNE. ROSTWICK CO. for cholca
barg.ilns. 601-2 N. Y. Lira Bldg. Tel. 1011,.
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 3. Bee. RE 611
GEORGE G. WALLACE, real estate, mort
gage, rentals, insurance. Brown block.
HOUSES and lots In all parts of city; also
acre property end farm lands, ine O. t.
Davis Co., Room 652. Bea Building.
RANCH nnd farm lands for sale by the
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
McAlli ster, land commissioner. Union Pa
cilic Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
U ACRES for 1450, near Ruser's park, fine
level land for gardening, near school.
The Byron Reed Co., 212 S. Hth St.
THE OMAHA REALTY CO., 1301 Douglas
St.. upstairs; email nouses ror aale; cheap
b illding iota. Call for catalogue and price
list. Private money to loan on easy
terms. RE M.3
SIXTEENTH ST. business property, 22x66,
corner Izard, improved, only 12.6"0. Har
rlson Ac .Morton. N. Y. Life. RE 394 2u
Disrobe tht piano price of Its expensive
burden of store rents, retail dealers' ex
penxe of selling, remove music teachers'
commissions and it Is easy to see why
for 12"x no more, no less I'll sell you a
piano that dealers chargo t.'!5o to lloo for.
Beautiful up-to-date styles in all the
fancy woods. Cash or 12.50 weekly. You
can call evenings.
FRED R. WALTER, manufacturers' agent,
3112 California St. Walnut Hill car.
EAGLE Ixian Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential. 1301 Douglas.
STAMMERING AND 8TITTERINO.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg.
BRASS and aluminum canting, nickel plat
Ing and finishing. Specialty Mfg. Co., 41
' n ...... II ij..,l-
-,. i.inill V Mil 1 11.1 1 Jlllll. TJIH
GID E. & ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
Suite 515. N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. 1664.
DR. A. T. HUNT. 612 McCague Bids;. TeL
DR. MRS MUSICK, Douglas Blk. Tel. 22
GRAND Electric Co., 16 4V Jackson. Tel. 246.
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., 811 North lfith.
MONROE Coal and Feed Co.
LADIES, If hopeless, worried or discour
aged, write va for our regulator; one
treatment guaranteed to relieve abnormal
case of suppression, any cause. Dr. Meud
Rem. Co., 21 Qulncy St., Chicago.
SHORTHAND AND TYP WRITING.
GREGG Shorthand. Om. C. Col., Kth&Doug.
A, c. "VAN SANT'8 school. 717 N. Y. Life.
BOYLES' college, court reporter principal,
N. Y. Life. 660
NEB. Business & Shorthand College, Boyd s
OMAHA Plating Co.. Be Bldg. TeL 2536.
TREES, shrubs, roses and vines of every
variety. Sales grounds, lsth and Douglas.
Frank R. Martin, prop. Tel. 2963.
CRIMSON RAMBLER roses and Panlcu
lata Clematis. 2 years old, delivered and
planted anywhere In Omaha or South
Omaha, 75c each or II per pair; ordera
taken for all nursery stock. A. V. Spauld
ing. 407 N. 23d St. M473
THE GARDENERS protect old age aa well
as life. Charter menbvrs free. Particu
lars from Frank 1 lose water, supreme
.nanager. 222 Bee Bldg. 734
HAM FACTl RING.
P. MELCHOIR, 12th and Howard, ma-
OMAHA Bate and Iron Wks., make a spe
cialty of lire escapes, shutters, doora and
safes. G. Andreen, Prop.. Iu3 Bo. loth St.
PACIFIC Storage and Warehouse Co., 912
914 Jones, general slorage and forwarding.
OM. Van Stor. Co., 15114 Farn. Tela. 1559-661.
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners. 1424 So. 13th.
TRUNKS, traveling bags, suit cares: trunks
repaired Om. Trunk Factory, 12o9 Farnam.
LACE curtains cleaned. 25c a pair. Farnam
blreet Hand Laundry, 2210 Farnam St
r. . . mi
STAMPS, COINS, ETC.
BOUGHT Omaha Stamp Co., 209 Bo. 13th.
NOTICE. PAPER HANGERS.
OMAHA Steam Paste Co, mfrs. of pasts
for all purposes. In bble. and H bbls.
Write for prices. 2210 Cuming. iil 3o
L. HENDERSON, 1619 Farnam. TeL 12S1.
FRENCH, EpMilah, fencing. 13 Be Bldg.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work snd repairing
promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree,
2"th and Lake streets. 370
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes garbage and
dead' animals at reduced prices. 621 N. 1&.
Tel. 1779. 924
DRKSSM A KINO.
DRESSMAKING In families or at home.
Miss Sturdy. 2042 Farnam. 906 M-6
LAIN 1H Y.
OMAHA Steam Ijiundry; shirts, Ic; collars,
2c; cuffs, 4c. 1750 Leavenworth. Tel. M7.
NATURAL stone, cement, brick, Welshan's
Mantel and Tile Co., 109 S. 17th. Tel. U.S9.
FROIOSALS FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES
Departmcnt of the Interior. Office of In
dian affairs, Washington, D. C, March 1,
19"2. Sealed proposals. Indorsed "Proposals
for blankets, woolen and cotton goods,
clothing, etc.." as the case may be, and
directed to the commissioner of Indian
affairs, Nos. 77 and 79 W ouster street, New
York City, will be received until 1 o'clock
p. m., of Tuesday, May 13, 1902, for fur
nishing for the Indian Service, blankets,
woolen and cotton goods, clothing, notions,
hats ami caps. Bids must be made out on
government blanks. Schedules giving ail
necessary Information for blddera will be
furnished on application to the Indian of
fice, Washington, D. C; Nor 77 and 79
Wooater street, New York City; s.15 Johnson
street. Chicago, 111.; No. M5 Howard street,
Omaha, Neb ; the commissaries of sub
sistence, U. 8. A, at Cheyenne, Leaven
worth, St Louis, St. Paui and Sap Fran
cisco; the postmasters at Sioux Ctt, Yank
ton, Arkansas City, Caldwell, Topeka,
Wichita and Tucson. Bids will be opened
at the hour and days above stated, and
bidders are invited to be present at the
opening. The department reserves the
right to determine the point of delivery
and to reject any and all bids, or any
part of any bid. W. A. JONES. Commis
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Omaha, Neb., April 19, 1902. Sealed pro
posals, In triplicate, subject to the usual
conditions, mil he received here until 10
o ciock a. m.. May 9, 1902. and then opened.
In the presence of attending bidders, for
elphty-four (Mi Cavalrv Horses, for de
livery at Fort Ieavenworth, Kansas, or al
prominent railroad points. U. 8. reserves
right to reject or accept any or all pro
posals, or any part thereof. Blank forms
for bidding nnd circular giving full Inform
ation and requirements will be furnished on
application to this office. Envelopes con
taining proposals should be marked "Prn
poaala for Horses," and addressed to JNO.
W. PULLMAN, Chief g. M.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Uitiaha, Neb.. April 19. 1902. Sealed Pro
pnsal8. In triplicate, subject to the usual
conditions, will be received at this office,
until 10 a. m.. central standard time. May
9, 19"2, for constructing two detached Lava
tories, to Include construction proper,
pitimDing ami steam heating, at f ort Hon
Inson. Nebraska. Full Information fur
nished on application to this office, where
plana and specltlcatlons may be seen, or
to the Quartermaster, Fort Robinson. Pro
posals to be marked "Proposals for Lava
tories." anl addressed to Major JNO. W.
PULLMAN, Chief Quartermaster.
PROPOSALS FOR SUBSISTENCE
Stores. Office Purchasing Commissary of
Subsistence, Omaha. Neb., April 18, 1902.
Sealed proposals, subject to the usual con
ditions, will be received at this office until
10 o'clock a. m.. April 2S, 1902 at which
time and place they will be publicly opened
for furnishing subsistence stores as fol
lows: nacon, nntir, conee, sugar, canned
goods, etc. Preference will be given to
articles of domestic production. Blank pro
posals and specifications can be obtained at
1 L i . w in T ll ll' L' T. ...... U .... I
WHS Ollice. . rv. uiw u, , iiiiiihi:ib
Commlesary. AIR dfltc
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
The town council of the Incorporated
town of Coon Rapids, Iowa, ask for bids to
furnish and lay five (5) blocks of four (4)
inch cast water mains, together with hy
drants and cross T. Bids to be opened Mon
day, May . 1902. council reserves tne right
to reject any and all bids. For further In
formation Inquire of ED. MORGAN.
Coon Rapids, Iowa, April 12, 1902.
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested,
as changes may occur at any time.)
Foreign m ills for the week ending April
2. 19112. will close (PROMPTLY In all cases)
at the General Postofflce, as follows:
PARCELS POST MAILS closo one hour
earlier than closing time shown below.
Parcels post malls for Germany close at
6 p. m. Monday.
Regular and supplementary malls close
at foreign branch half hour later than
closing time shown below, (except that
supplementary malls ior Europe and
Central America, via Colon, close una hour
later at foreign branch.
TUESDAY At 6:30 a. m. for EUROPE,
per s. s. Kaiser Wllhelm der Grossed, via
Plymouth, Cherbourg and Bremen; at
g;30 a. m. for ITALY direct, per s. s.
Imburdla (mall must be directed "per
h. s. lxunbardla").
WEDNESDAY At 6:30 a. m. for EUROPE,
per s. s. St. Paul, via Southampton (mall
for Ireland must be directed "per s s.
St. Paul"); at 6:30 a. m. (supplementary
10 a. m.) for EUROPE, per s. s. Teutonic,
via Queenstown; at 10 a. m. for BEL
GIUM direct, per s. s. Kensington (mall
must be directed "per s. s. Kensington").
THURSDAY At 7 . m. for FRANCE.
SWITZERLAND. ITALY, SPAIN, PORT
UGAL. TURKEY, EGYPT. GREECE,
BRITISH INDIA and LORENZO MAR
QL EZ, per s. s. La Touralne. via Havre
(mall fot other parts of Europe must be
directed "per s. s. La Touralne").
SATURDAY At 7 a. in. for FRANCE, per
s. s. La Gascogne, via Havre (mall for
other parts of Europe must be directed
"per s. s. La Gascogne"); at 7 a. m. for
ITALY direct, per a. s. Hohensollern
(mall must be directed "per s. s. Hohen
sollern"); at 7:So a. m. for NETHER
LANDS direct, per a. a. Potsdam (mall
must be directed "per s. s. Potsdam");
at 12:30 p. m. (supplementary 2 p. m.) for
EUROPE, per s. s. Campania, via Queens-
PRINTED MATTER. ETC. This steamer
takes printed matter, commercial papers,
and samples for Germany only. Th
same class of mall matter for other parts
of Europe will not be sent by this ship
unless specially directed by it.
After the closing of the supplementary
Transatlantic malls named above, addi
tional supplementsry mails are opened
on the piers of the American, English,
French and German steamers, and remain
open until within 10 minutes of the hour
of sailing ot steamer.
Mails for Soalh and Central America,
Weat Indies. Ete.
TUESDAY At 9:30 a. m. (supplementary
10:30 a. m.) for CENTRAL AMERICA
(except Costa Rica) and SOUTH PA
CIFIC PORTS, per a. a. Alltanca. via
. Colon (mail for Guatemala must be di
rected "per s. e. Alliance"); at 6:8o p. m.
for JAMAICA, per s. s. Admiral Dewey,
from Boston: at 11:30 p. m. for BAHA
MAS, per steamer from Miami, Fla.
WEDNESDAY At 12:30 p. m. (supplement
ary 1 p. m) for TURKS ISLAND and
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, per s. a. Chero
kee. THURSDAY At a. m. for CUBA. YUCA
TAN. CAMPECHE. TAUA-rVO and CHI
APAS, per a. a. Monterey tmall for other
pans or Mexico must tie d' reeled "per
s s. Monterey"); at I a. ra. for BER
MUDA, per a. a. Pretoria; at 12 m. for
BARBADOS and NORTHERN BKAZll
per a. a. Hilary, via Para and Manaos;
at 6:30 p. m. for JAMAICA, pur s. s. Ad
miral Sampson, from Boston.
FRIDAY At 10 a. m. for NEWFOUND-I-AND
direct, per a. s. Silvia, at 12 nj.
for MEXICO, per s. s. City of Washing
ton, via Tamplco (mall must be dlr.i-te.i
"per s. s. City of Washington"); at 12.30
P. m. for INAGl A and HAITI, per s. a.
aiTidnir-ii a m for portii mm
per a. a. San Juan, via San Juan; at i
a. m. (supplementary a. m ) for
CURACAO and Vfc.NEZl EIA. per a. s.
Zulla (mall for Bavanilla and Cartagena
must be directed "per a. s. Zulla"); at
9:1o a m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for
BY. THOMAS. ST. CROIX. LEEWARD
ard WINDWARD TSI.AND8. BRITISH.
DUTCH and FRENCH GUIANA, per a. a.
Koralma; at 9.o a m. (supplementary
1:H a m.) for FORTUNE ISLAND,
JAMAICA. BAVANILLA. CARTAGENA
and GREYTOWN. per a a. Athoe (mall
for Cos i a Rica must be directed "per s. a.
Amur ); at w a. m. ror ciba, per a. s
Morro Castle, via Havana.
Malls for Newfoundland, bv rail to North
Hydaey, bad iheues) by aUeunet. close al
this office dally at l p. m. (connectlni
close here every Monday, w edneaday mil
Saturday). Mails for Mlnuelon. by rail b
Boston, and thence by steamer, close aj
this office dally at 6 o p. m. Malls foi
Cuba, by rail to Florida, and thence bj
steamers, are dispatched dally, final con
pectlng closes, lor dispatch via Pon
Tampa on Mondays, Wednesdays an
Satuidaya at " a. m , for disrate!
via Miami, on Mondays and Satur
day at : p. m. Malle for Mexico Cltjr,
overland, unless specially addressed foi
dispatch by steamer, close at this offlct
dally except Sunday at 1:30 and 11:30 P, m.
Sundays at 1 p. m. and 11 p. m. Mailt
for Costa Rica, Rellso, Puerto Cortes am
Guatemala, by rail to New Orleans, and
thence by steamer, close at this offict
dally except Sunday at 1:30 p. m., Sun
days at 1:0 p. m. tconnectlng closes here
Mondays for Bellse, Puerto Cortes and
Guatemala, and Tuesday for Costa Rlo)
Registered mall closes at :00 p. m. pre
Malls for Australia, (except West Aus
tralia, wntcn is torWHrded via t;urope.
New Zealand, FIJI, Samoa and Hawaii,
via San Franciaco, close here dally at tM
r. m. after April 61 n and up to April
Clith. inclusive, or un arrival of a a.
Umbrla. due at New York April 26th,
for dispatch per s. . Sonoma,
Malls for Australia (except West Australia,
wntcn goes via r.imw, and iew .u.
land, w hich goes via ian Francisco), and
Fiji Islands, via Seattle and Victoria. B.
(..'.. close here dally at 6.30 p. m. up to
April 'th, inclusive, for dispatch nr a,
s. Mnana (specially addressed onlvV
Mails for Hawaii, China and Japan, via
sail rancisco, cinse nere ftaiiy at xu
p. m. up to April 2tth. Inclusive, for
dispatch per a. a. Doric.
Malla for China and Japan, via Seattle and
victoria, it. c, close nere oany at 6 1
p. m. up to April 29ih. Inclusive, for dls.
patch per s. s. Empress of China (regis
tered mall must be specially addraaaed.
Merchandise for the V. 8. Postal agency
at Shanghai cannot be forwarded via
Malls for Hawaii, Japan and China (also
letter mall and specially addressee peri
odicals for .the Philippine lsla.nis, via
Manila), via San Francisco, close her
dally at 6:30 p. m. up to May 4th, in
clusive, for dispatch per s. s. Nippon
Malla for Hawaii, via San Francisco, close
here dally at H:30 p. m. up to May 5th,
Inclusive, for dispatch per a. s. Alameda.
Mails for the Philippine islands, via Sat)
rancisco. close here daily at a mo p. m.
up to May 11th, Inclusive, for dispatch
per V. S. transport.
Malls for Tahiti and Marquesas Islands.
via San Francisco, close here dally at
6.30 p. m. up to May 23d. Inclusive, for
dlepatch per a. s. Australia.
Transpacific mails are forwarded to port
of sailing dally and the schedule of doe.
Ing Is arranged on the presumption -of
their uninterrupted overland transit,
Registered moll closes at 6:00 p. m.
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster,
Postofllce, New York, N. V.. April 16, 1914.
IAILWAY TIME CAIlD,
UNION STATION I0TH AND M ARC Y.
Chicago. Rock Island A Pacific.
Chicago, Daylight a 7.-00 am a 9:36 pin
Chicago Express., .....bU.lj am a 1:06 pnt
Dee Molnea Local a 4:00 pm bll 50 am
Chicago Fast Express. .a 4.35 pm a 1:26 pra
Dea Moines, Lock is
land and Chicago a 7:40 pm a 8:35 aa
Lincoln, Colo. Springs.
Denver, Pueblo and
West a 1:30 pm a 4.14 pra
Colo., Texar, Cal. oV
Oklahoma Flyer a 6:10 pm a 9:50 am
lilluola ( enlrnl.
Chicago Express a 7.20 am a 1U0 pra
Chicago, Minneapolis &
St. Paul Limited a 7:60 pm a 1:06 ant
Minneapolis at St. Paul
Express o 7:20 am b 10:35 pm
Chicago Express 410:36 pra
Overland Limited a 1:40 am a 7:30 pre
Past MalL a g:Su am a X -m i.rv
California Express a 4:36 pra
recinc express.. au.evpu
Kustern Exnreaa. . . a 4--tfi nm
Atlantic i-xpre.ee a 7:o0 am
Lincoln-Siruiiiaburg- Ex.b 4:05 pra O12:jo pin
Grand Island Local b 6:30 pm . b 9.3j am
Iklcagu, Milwaukee av ic. Paal. -
Chicago Limited a :0u pm a d.-os aid
Chicago & Omaha Ex...b 7:16 am b 3:40 put
Chicago 4t Norihweaterw.
"The Northwestern Llns."
Chicago Special a i:lo am all:29 pm
Chicago passenger a 4:1a pm a a:uv am
Easteiu Express, al0:oo am a 4:0o pin
Eastern Special a 4 ,j pm a 4:uo pm
L. u , Mail a a:eu run m 'J At, ,,m
Omaha-cuicago L t'd...a V.Vi pm a 9:20 am
Faat Mail a s:2o am
Cedar Rapids Pass a 6:30 put
Twin iuy MrM a i am aiu: pm
Twin City Liiuilea a Coj pm a s:u am
6loux CK Local a 6:1 am a 3.ju put
St. Louis Express alO:00 am 6:25 pat
K. C. 44. Bt. L. Express.. a!0 .i0 pm a ! am
Bt. Louie "Cannon Ball"
C,i,r,ii afi:l& nm a-OaM
Bt. i-i is Local, Council
Bluns aav.uu am aio:ju pre
WEBSTER DEPOT HTH WEBSTER
Fremont! Elkliorat ex Mlesoar
b 6:00 pa
Black Hills, Deadwood,
Wyoming, caaper and
Iimiffliut d 1:00 M
Hastings, (York, David
City, superior, ueneva,
Exeter and Seward. ...0 1:00 Dm
Norfolk, Llncolu and
jr.mnnt b 7:30 am
Fremont Local 41 7 JO aa.
Nebraska Local. Via
Wacom w aier o 1:10 cm
CbUauu, t.1. Paul, Ailanea
Twin cttv Paaaenaer....a t:M am
a 9:00 pm
U :90 am
b a: aa
bloux City Passenger. ...a 3.j pm
Lmersou luca.1 we.wpui
BLKL1NUTON STATION JOTU JMASO.Y
" . Arrive.
Chicago Bpeclal.... ...... a 7:oo am aio.20 pa
Chicago Vesttbuled Ez.a 4.uo pm a 7:43 era
Chicago Local... a 9 90 am a 4:u pa
Chicago Limited a 1:6w put a 7.46 am
Fast Mail a J .at pm
iiurlliton A Mtaaoarl River.
iVymore, Ueatrloe and
Lincoln :0 am bll:66
iiurlliton 3k llaaoarl Klvr
1 , . . uu. tHiu m rt A
Nebraska Expreae ..a t:o am a 7:31 p
Denver Llm: ed a 4:36 pm a taw p
BUCK 11".- ."u rK'
Bound h-x.ts. a 9:00 pm a :46 aa
....v w yuA m s;ai aui
Bellevue 4c PaclUo Jet. .a l:uo am
Kauaas City, St. Jvaeph at Connel)
Kansas City Day Ex... .a 1:20 am a :0i pra
St Luuls Flyer. ...... ...a 6:11 pro aU:lt am
Kansas City Night ix.aU.Ao pot a 6:11 aia
a Daliy, b Dally except Sunday, e Sun
day only, d Dally except Saturday. Dally
New lotk-Rotterdam, via Boulogne, 8. M.
New Twln-Bcrew a. a. of U,iw ions regUUr.
Twin-Screw Pnttrlim . .
Steamer I uieuum Apr. zt, 10 A. M.
njliuaiil May 1, 10 a.m.
Steamer nUlltflUdlll May 10, 10 . m.
Apply to Harry Moo res, mi Faroara
street; J. B. McNXiii, 1223 Farnam sueet;
H. B Jonas. 1502 Farnam street; Loulg
KasM. rirat National Bank. Omaha.
Oeeaaalleaa fauat Kill.
Borne curious and suggestive facts cos
cerulng the occupations and callings most
hazardous -to human Ufa are brought out
in recent number of the Mutual Under
writer, an Insurance Journal. It appear
that nothing has yet been discovered or
H.vluil fcv , h ro ,4 1 . 1 fMfApnltv Am I.....
the perils attending certain of the butld-
iu iiwrf iuu ut uivriBin rate suuoDg
plumbers, painters and glaciers remains, gs
ever, very high, the chief cause of disease
being lead poisoning. Plumbers suffer spe
cially from cancer, phtbits and rheumatic
fever. Glass blowing is another trade In
viting too early death, chiefly from the ef
fects of breathing an atmosphere lades with
tiny particles of glass. These enter the
lungs and cause hemorrhage and other
serious troublee. Glass workers are else
apt to grow dumb through a peculiar com
plaint Induced by handling the glass end
which attacks the Jaf s end ends la .
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1. ..r, 1 -rank and Pla.1
mouth ......b I 30 pm butm
ruiuviia A Pacific Jet. .a 7:40 pm a :l am
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