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TIIK OMAHA DAILY HEEi ' TTJinNESDAY. .TOTTj IS, 1002.
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will bo taken til 12 m. for Ik
evrolnr edition and III ):JIO f. aa.
for nanlif nad Sander edition.
Hates, l l-ae a word Arm Insertion,
la a word thereafter. Nothing taken
for lea thaa 2S for the first larr
1 hese advertisements amaat h
rnn eonaecstlt ely.
Advertlarre, by requesting at n-i wi
ttered eheek, raa have aaawera !
dressed to a namnered letter la ear
f The Tlee. Aaawera a addressed will
b delivered on presentation, of the)
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- BTENOGKAPHER. When you wantons
tall the Remington Tyierlter ntllce, 113
Farnam at. Telephone lu73. A 7'J6 J.'ti
to FOR HALF A DAY S WORK.
If you live tn the country or In a small
town and have a goud acq jalntance
imoni uie larmera ana sto-m raisers In
the nelghuorhouu you tan make o easily
by lour or live hour' work. S rite ua
and w will vena your our proposition.
The Bee publlsiilng Co., Solicitors dept.,
Omaha. Neb, ii bl2ii
WANTED, a food man In every county to
take subscriptions for The Twentieth
Century armor. Our agents make good
wage everywhere. Itelerences required.
Aouress Twentieth Century r aimer,
umana, isuo. utu
IHREE or four good men wanted; $100 per
month. Call fc-i .'axtuii blocK. ii b-H
SALESMAN wanted to sell fruit trees; po
altion permanent; pay weekly; write lor
particular. Address Western Nursery
company, caira ."-pi-, uiwrinco, nan
San. 11 IDS July a
TRAVELING salesmen, . also advertisers;
iraigni salary. Answer it you want
business, oinerwlse. dun t. Triumph, Dal
las, Texan. D Via 11
A GOOD Industrial Insurance solicitor of
character uud with reterencea to work In
Colorado oan hear of a good contract by
auurraaiiig i . j. uuk Denver, coio.
WANTED, men to learn barber trade: new
Held for our graduates; eight weeks pre
pare you foe lo weekly job; best trade
In existence for poor man. Cataloaue
mailed free. Moler Barber College, m.i
r arnam bi. 1 sol 20
BEMONHTKATOR to explain medlcology,
w per ween. juxenDuugn, auu ware b.K
WANTIfil) Laborers for steam, shovel
work; night or tlay gang. Hall Grading
ana construction Co., two miles east of
uroiawajr motor line, Council Blurts.
B bt7 22
WANTED. two flrst-clnsa coatmakers
prices from 16.50 up; come or address
tn. Burgner. Atlajillo, la. B M81S 18"
WANTED, fcoo first-class experienced
typewriter salesman. Call today between
t and 10 a. m. and & to 6 p. m. Mr. Woll-
neim, . n xton Dotei. ., b A1846 18
WANTED, young men and Women to write
for our free booklet "Are Your Hand
Tied?" It tells how we have helped
thousands to support themselves while
we qualified 'them for high-salaried
I positions In engineering or architecture.
Write the International Correspondence
Schools, box IMX, Scranton, pa., or call
day or evening at the- Omaha ofllce, t7
raxton diook. i MS4 18
Vv'ANTElJ, everywhere, hustlers to tack
signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.;
no canvassing; good pay. Sun Advertis
ing, Bureau, Chicago... B MM. in
WANTED, men who are weak or diseased
to. write for free booklet edlred by the
leading and most successful specialist in
the U. 8. Address J. 'Newton Hathaway,
M. 62 Commercial block, Sioux City,
.la. . . , . . B MS42 18
WANTED, baritone player; frood situation
furnished. Everett - Moore,- director
Moore's band and orchestra. Alliance,
Neb. B M842 19
BALESMEN wanted Yor full line ot fruit
and ornamental trees; pay weekly; outfit
free. Lawrence Nursery Company, Law
rence, Kan. 688 Jllr
".WANTEll F.EMA'Llfi HELP.
WANTED, tw' yotlng lady student ' to
learn bJtlrdresslng, nutmuurlng and chi
ropody and scientific massage, call or
writ Room 2io, Bee Bldg. . C 84tl
100 Qlrls. Cll Canadian oflloe, 15h & Dodae.
. - . - - C-e4j .
WANTED, deserving young lady or gentle,
man to take life scholarship In Omaha's
best business and .shorthand college and
pay for It when course Is finished and
position secured. Address A 1. Bee.
WANTED, competent, girl
housework. 4643 Dodge.
C 641 18
WANTED Qlrl to do light housekeeping.
207 Eleventh Ave., Council Bluffs, Iowa,
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WANTED A girl for general housework.
Apply Mrs. 11. D. Neely. 4371 Hamilton,
opposite Walnut Hill school.
. . C 814 18
WANTED An office girl. D S, Bee.
WANTED A girl to learn halrdressing
Steady position after learning. Adroit
Hair Basaar, 1620 Douglas. C 812 18
GIRL for getjaral housework. 301 S. 2Sth St.
' C M821
WANTED, girl for general . housework
t family of two. 672 8. 28th St.
GIRLS for . general housework at once.
Xiu Webster sU , . C M836 18
FOR .CENT HOISES.
VANS and baggags wagons. Tel. 1196.
.... D 848
UOIlPQ n all parts of city. The O.
nUUOCO F. Davis Co... 662 Bee Bldg.
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
A " " O 11.1 11. ..' ...... r.. ITUI. It'll ..T.
V. V. , V...V I aM.7g 4,J1IU, AVI, JtaJO-OVM,
BEK PAYNE. BOBTWICK A CO.. for choice
bouses. 601-2 N. Y. LUe Bldg. Tel. 1016.
FOR RENT, modern housa near High
S-Uool. T b O. F. Davis Co., tOH Bee B dg.
HAGGARD Van 8toxg Co. Tel. 144.
HOUSES.' etc, F. D. Wead, 1524 Douglas.
t ' ... . . D 867
BIX-ROOM flat,' all modern. 1111 So. 11th.
GOOD t-roon) modern bouse.
HOUSES, stores. Uemls. Psxton block.
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HOUSES and flats. Ring wait. Barker block
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FOR PENT, 4-room cottage. 709 8. 17th
Ol., 41. r Li DJU
OOOD modern 8-room house. 2604 Blondo,
. U Mill
FOR RENT, S-room, modern, detached
house, newly 1 painted and papered. (2u.
Mi Capitol Ave. Tel. 571. B. H. Rublson.
Tlxard. r N Jld
When You Write
ttmrmber It only take sn extra stroke or
two or tne pen to nirmicn i" laci ins
you saw tn aa in in uee.
THREE ACRES.' garden and orchard, house
and large barn, southeast of Hanscutn
Park. i. D Wead,,U4 Douglas ureal.
U 91V IB
ril Marcy St , I riMiam, all modern and I
..m,l ,,rlltl.,,. t , IIIAIIlh
N W. cornel ui 2Mb and Jai kson Sts.. 10-
room modern hnute; has just been put In
first-class repair. 13S per montn.
GEORGE AND COMPANY, ltiol FARNAM
. . l il
TOR RENT, 6-rouJt. flat,
. 161S I-saven-
4.111 FARNAM 8 room, modern, and barn.
15: ihivennort. nve room ana risrn.
I8. Other, Wngwalt Bros., Barker
Block. IJ 761
S-room modern house on B. 4ith at.' choice
location near Farnam street. 40 per
GEORGE & COMPANY.
D M863 20
Ft'RNISHED house; modern, nice shade;
to September 1. Inquire "4 o. -m at.
D M-27 11
FOR REST FtHMSIIED Ho-i.
ELEGANT rooms, finest location In the
.ity. VJ Capitol ave. n, MSJo
DEWEr European hoteU 13th nd Fjrn.m.
TWO housekeeping room
18. 2C3 St. Mary's
LARGE front room.
FtRXISIiED ROOMS AID BOARD.
Merrlam, comfortable summer home. Tel. 85.
Ft'RNISHED rooms, with board. 11 Fo.
26th St. t MM !
DESIRABLE south front room , With
board; references. 203 N. 18th St.
NICELY furnished southeast front room I
with alcove and bay window: modern;
board. Ju2 South 2tith Bt. r Bli 18-
PLEASANT rooms at the Farnam t spe
cial rates for gentlemen during months
of June, July and August. 1S-1 rarnam.
TWO desirable front rooms, with alcove. I
The 1'ratt, 212 S. 25lh St.
FOR RENT VN KIRN I SHED ROOMS.
DESK room space, 15 pe month, ground
iloor room In The Bee building, facing
rarnam street; no expense fur light, heat
or jumtor service. K. C. Feters c Co., I
rental agents, iee puuaing. u-nn
CENTRAL, 8 choice room.
220 N. 23d.
CENTRAL three elegant room. 220 N.
2Jd t. G M0G&
2015 CALIFORNIA, two unfurnished room.
ENTIRE second floor unfurnished resi
dence; modern; room large and cool for
cummer, tiu s. asm ot. juszj
FOR RENT STORES AND OFFICES.
. . . i . m i I
FUK KL , roe Duiiaing lormer.y pecu-
nled by rne wee at sin rarnam si. ii i
has four stories and a bMement which
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T his will be rentea very reasonably, u
Interested apply at once to C. C. Rose-
water, secretary, room iuu, iiee puuaing.
vmt RENT, store In first-class location:
rent reasonable. Apply IV. C. Peter
Co., ground door, uee oiag. i zw
FOR RENT, desk room or large space
suitable for merchandise brewer or party
doing business in wnoiesaie uismoi. in-
uuire iienc & v-o., via rurum e. ,
TO LET, offices In Paxton block and Mo-
Farnam Smith Co., 13.0
M'CAGUE BUILDING, j
ISth and Dodge Sts.
inely lighted and ventilated offices
to let, singly or en; suite. Good
janitor-and elevator service.
W. FARNAM SMITH CO.,
1320 FARNAM ST.
MODERN building In wholesale district
t. u. weau, j-iougis ot.
l pny jy-io
WANTED, canvassing agents In every 1
county to solicit suDscription to THB
'Iwts.Miiiin cb.Muni rAiuitiH
steady employment with assured good
Income; -.agents In - the ; country .-, wlth-
horse anr buggy especially aesirea: can
vasser mate easily oo to inxi per montn.
Aoureas century farmer ooncitors
bureau. Bee building, Omaha, 213
13 TO 16 PENSION per week. We heln
widows, cripples ana orpnans. write tor
particulars. Amerlctn Pension Co.; 41
Vrnnlclln Ht. New Ynrlr J 7Hf 17 I
ENTS wanted to make J1O.0O a day sell- FAR0ImaainU' at BankTldg'fel T48H
iK the "Cyclone'' rotary hand fan; Thomas, 1st xxat. Bann biag. lei. IMS.
reatest seller known: big profits. Write I v 6u
day for agents' terms. Sumple. post-
iid, 26 cents. Enterprise Fan Co." lo4
.um n ifhir.ncT,i j mhhh ilia
ake st Chicago. J-Mtu ID
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED, to rent, house 7 room, lot,
snaaea. Must nave barn ana lot lenced.
One year, or would buy. Address Long,
care uenone noiei. k. sat ilr
, WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED, two or three good vacant lots.
suitable for residences or flats; must be
guuu lutauuiia nuu ii kq laaauiiaine, all
cash and no extra expense of sellinv.
Aduress direct, to buyers, U, 10, care Bee
oince. M MW
WANTED 2d-hand clothing tor cash. 1207
Farnam. . . , . is MMI Jy. 1
WANTED Claims against tilobe Savings
uaiiK. vrue j tw, ie waive.
WANTED 500 to 1.000 yard, of dirt at 10th
and Arbor Sts. Apply at bul New York
laiie Biug. n AiMi 21
WANT to buy two Shetland ponies. Apply
alter s p. m. im in, joe nan.
- N-3 IS .
WANTED, - to buy a. good second-hand
soda fountain. Aoaress .Lewis tiaaery
co.. ijwi, in. ' e auuo M
FOR SALE FIHB.ITURK.
CHICAGO Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. Tel.
UU. xsew ana seconu-ua-iu, vougni. sola.
exenangea. . u ei
FOR SALE HORSES, .WAGONS, ETC.
FOR SALE, oheap, a Conoord buggy. . 18th
aud Vinton. Xr lu
PAINTING and repairs on wagons, etc..
our specialty. H. f rost, 141A and Uav
euworih. Tel. 1447. p (ttu
FOR HALE, buggies, phaetons, runabouts.
new ai.u a-cuiiuiiiiu, i iui prices. xm-
pairing, painting and trimming; also put
Sn rubber tire. Pfelfter. th and Leav-
enworlh bts. P 777 JU
Pheips, lUioin D. N.
X. Lit Bids.
CARRIAGES Owner must sell Immedi
ately nis coupe-Rockaway, ngnt open
carnage ana trap. Auurus j b, nee.
P 7o 17
FOR SALE, good family driving- horse. Ad
dress C est. Be. . X'b&l 17
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
2DHAND safe cheap. Schwarts, 114 8. Uth.
FLESCHEK sells bicycles. 1SSI Capitol Ave.
IDHAND safe cheap. De right, 1119 Farnam.
CL'iinVTUUK'n hilltArn a nrl nMil l.hl...
bllllurd tables repaired; a large stock ol
rlia.u bar llxtures. claar counters, etc.
The Brunswick Balks Cullender Co., 407-9
tiouth lum. Q al
For SALE, fine Imported harness, bras
muumed and trimmed: Cost when naw
JU; will sell for can be seen at Doty
tk Russell s barn, Jth and Leavenworth
loo 8TYLES trusses- catalogue tree. Sher
man A McCunnell Drug Co., ltth and
. Dudge, Ouiaha. Q M7
BICYCLES and phonographs on easy Pay
ments 45 down, II. bo per week; Idband
wheels. . ana lio; new wheels. SU
Omaha Bicycle Co.. loth and Chicago Sta.
WIRE fence for poultry, hog. wn snd
yaru, niico puaia, irea guaras. vv trw
W orks, til i. 16th BC TeL U90.
Q IvlSTJ July
FOR SALE MICEI.LASEOl .
FOR PALE, phonograph, superior to any I
other musical instrument;
Wlttman Co., 1621 Farnam.
NEW and 2dha.id typewriter. 1119 Far'
FOR BALE, secondhand desks, chairs and
walnut otnee counter ana railings. v a-
bash office, 1415 Farnam St. U-MHJ
WHITE sawdust; season checked oak tim
ber cheap; hog fence, etc. l Douglas.
OLD wheel taken In trade on new ones.
Omaha HicyUe Co., ICth and Chicago su
INDIAN goods and relic. Ill Farnam.
HOUHEHOLD furniture for sale chcan at
once. 4012 Seward St.
Q KM 22
pea POD. a new puzzle, great fun, pleases I
everybody, llc. A. Kermlceett. Albany, I
LADIES' and gentlemen's bicycle for nle
cheap. Inquire N. Idth. MS45 19
MRS FRITZ, clairvoyant. 1614 Cass t.
MRS. JACOBSON, 2206 N. 20th t.
b twu jyitt
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15. 2d floor. R. 2.
T M336 Jy 6
MME. AMES, vapor baths, 124 N. loth, r 7.
jjr, ROT, chiropodist, corn and superflu-
ous hair removed by electricity. H. 12,
Frenser block. o i
PRIVATE hospital, before and during con
finement, uaoies auopiea. wua uraoi sc.
Mrs. Uardeis. Tel. F-llai U-77
FLESCHER will fix your bicycle right,
HAIRDRESSING, manicuring ana cniro- i
UUUJ. 1UI laUlCB Vlll lis 'vllllnvll nvi'.i,
The Bather . -ilS-liU Bee bldg. U 79
for ladles only, in connection wi'tt
RUPTURE permanently cured In 30 to
nays: senu tor circular, u. a. vvooa, m.
D.. til New York Life bldg., Omaha, Neb.
ACCORDION pleating, cheapest beat and
quickest. Mr. A. c. uarx, xi ac uougias,
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
and retail. Collins A'lauo Co., itxi Doug
las, u 4
PlITDnPfnV a ananloltv 1 n nnnnantlrm
w.. .? -i1T""r,Tr
"u """. v-.v
T TIT.T. it i ,i r nii3 o( c a Kti. . i.i ti
puun iahwho, kj o. m ; ., ' ; ii.
SHAMPOOING and halrdressing, 25c, In
connection with The Batnery, ZiB-zai Be
building. Tel. 1718. Uu
VIAVA. woman' way to health. Home
treatment. Booklet tree. 34t Bee bldg.,
Omaha. U kSo
LOWEST PRICES In aconrdlnn snd side
pleating. The Goldman Pleating Co..
EMPIRE RUPTURE CURE-932 N. - Y.
Send for circulars.
PROF. JOHNSON cures all human dis
eases. 620 Bee building. Office hours, 9
a, m. to 3 p. m. U 394 Jy7
Mlddlemlss, wallpaper cleaner. Tel. 1739.
U Aiool Jy7
ROOMS. tlOtt So. 10th St.
MME. SMITH, baths. 118 N. 15. 2d floor, r 2.
U MXZb Jyl6'
MOLLIE: Are you Interested In plants?
june wnat to n-ai. rage til. uenrge.
c aiai in
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
4H PER CENT on business property.
6 per cent on residence property. - -
Options to pay whole or part any time.
. W. B. MEIKLE. 401 8. lath at.
MONEY to loan on improved Omaha real
estate. Brennan-Lova Co., 309 11.'
WANTED, city loans and warrants; W.
Farnam cmun co., Mat Jf arnam st.
I " ... . tr. .,, av, ,. .
PRIVATE money. Sherwood, 937 N.-Y. I
,,, . Trr, .,, ,, ,.. , ,
WAN TED. city and farm loans, also bonds
and warrants. K. . -c. x eters o Co., lj02
FBrnam St., Bee bldg. . W-91
LOW RATES. Private money.
FAX In E INVESTMENT t OMPANY,
Main Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.
4H TO 6 P. C. money. Bemls. Paxton blk.
6 PER CENT loans. Oarvln Bros., 1604
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1634 Douglas
I . W 6H6
$100 UP, low rate. Prlchard. 1712 Farnam.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
! iB"t1'vOur faclhUe.
aurnaased. W e loan on furniture. Dinnoa.
iive sioiH. cic. Anu 10
without mortgage or endorser. Our rate
are as low as the lowest; we do not
charge for making paper or tiling mort
gages and we do not deduct Interest in
advance. By dealing with us on our par-
tial payment plan you always know in
advance just wnat tne loan win cost you.
You can borrow six months or longer and
pay It back In one month if you choose
ana pay ior juhi wnai ume you Keep It.
We always " try to please our patrons.
OMAHA MUKlUAUh LUAIS CO.,
119 Hoard of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2295.
ll.8iabllsr.ea 1S9..1 3u B. 10th St.
SHORT ROUTE TO PAY DAY.
PLAfW. WU1ET. PRIVATE OFFICES.
Tl'l 1 ,.. kna ....... U .
IEiuu u mi n uii,, ii .), n .11,
AND how you want to pay.
Our simple, old-fashioned, solid method
mat can t neip nut uieaae you.
"WE LOAN ON PLAIN NOTES."
without mortgage or endorser, our rate
EVtHY 11 paid on loan rednces cost.
NOTHING deducted. NO charge for
1 ..a,,,.. IT nava ua In uletuut v. .11
apr l fl Vh Airrn
n SfHhRSf1-K.orLDiI.- ti
Room dul, Third Floor, Paxton Black.
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
bA LAKI El) PEOPLE, merchants, team
sters, boarding houses, etc., without se
curity; easiest terms: 40 omces in prin
cipal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trade
liiug. A )i
Chattel and Salary Loahs,
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,
Successor to J. W. Tayloe.
Tel. 745. 33 Paxton Block.
' X-279 Jy
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
people; Dusiness connuentiai; loweat rate.
14 i'axton diock. ine J. A. iiutton co.
I MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, lew-
elry. Horses, cows, etc. C F. Reed, 319 S. 13.
MONEY loaned on furniture, live stock.
jewelry, to salaried people. Foley Loan
Co., sue. to Dun Green. Barker Block.
SALARY AND FURNITURE I1AN9.
Do you want money for long or short terms
at rates rareiy equaiea Dy competitoraT
"Its our business to supply it. AMfcJKl-
CAN LOAN CO., Third Floor. Paxton
Block X Uio
with 15.000 can acquire controlling Inter
est In a rapidly increasing and prontabie
legitimate manufacturing business; in
vestigate this proposition. . J. H. John-
son. N. Y. L. Y-M2
I FOR 8 ALE. drug store In town of 00 In
western Iowa: Invoice about 12.700: ex
cellent business; full Investigation In
vlted. Address C 40, Bee.
FOR SALf?, asphalt plant, ltth and
Grace streets, omah. Apply to the
etandatrd Faying Co., Chicago. 111.
l aiji j'h
WHEN you want to buy, sell r-r exchange
rour busines or property quica, see j.
I. Johnon. M3 N. V. Life. Y M1TB
TO GET In or out of business cntl on Wil
liams, Room 111, Mccague Building.
PTiR Hlt.R ftimltiirs of a 10-room house
full of SJOd paying boarders. 1 Dtoeg
from Harney. Dodge and Farnam cars.
4 blocks from 16th; cash offer only con
sidered. A good thing for the right per
on. Houjo rent reasonable. Addrex C
7, Bee. x iw
TO bur. sell or exchange a bjslnen. Call
on c j. canan, 1C , ion rarnam .
DESK ROOM, roll-top
service, J. ll. Johnson,
desk and 'rhon
843 N. x. IJfe.
When You Write
remember It only take an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention th (act thai
you saw the ad In Tb Be.
FOR SALE or trade for good land, stock
general merchandise, invoice n,iw; rea
son for selling bad health. Address C 48,
DRUG STOCK Clean and up to date; fine
city location; excellent business; owner
tint a druarlst. Will discount for cash
or exenange lor gooa cuy resiuence. j. a.
Johnson, New xortt uie. x
GOOD paying saloon In South Omaha; easy
terms. Auuress u o, uee. x biml
THERE IS MONEY IN STOCKS.
If You Know How and Where to
POVBfTt.T me. For veors I have been
inHvlnir Investments. 1 keen tnorougniy
nnsted nn all stocks and securities. There
are hundreds or saie ami yruniauie in
vestments. There are millions of unsaie,
iinr,rniltahle. watered and bogus Stocks
being offered for sale.
gate and profitable Investments are not
rremifntiv Rdvertisea. i nev are not cmn-
elled to hunt lor investors. i
IAVE YOU MONEY by Informing you
which not to buy. 1 dam makis xuu
money hv assisting vou to make proni-
able investments. CONSULT me before
von make an Investment. YOU CAN
INCREASE YOUR INCOME no matter
how large or small your capital, by rol-
lowlng my advice.
Cnnaultatlon fee. II. W.
Send lOo for my book, "ADVICE TO IN
iv,.,ra,ni Counselor 02 Iowa Building.
Sioux City. Iowa.
U I. 'Phono No. 710.
WILL exchange good oak wardrobe for I
iuiuiub wu. it , ot. i
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
BEST building lot in jiountze -iace, on
cotmJ ol ! kffuntM pwiL Ed V Heyde
16th and Chicago Sis.
RE 741 17
A GREAT BARGAIN.
FOR SALE At South Omaha. Neb., i
houses: lot ttx90. 2-story. 8-room house.
also a lW-story, 7-room house on the I
same lot; naa a gooa wen ana water ana
a good cistern; newly painted and In
KOod condition, also good deed and titles;
II.kuO cash will buy It all; la close to
street cars, school and stores. Inquire
J. Li. Dull, aiu jN sc, bmit n umana.
i-it, Mto4 or
3,620-acre stock and grain farm, the best
in tne state oi vvasningion, miies irom
Lamona on the Great Northern R. R. :
1,000 acres under cultivation, 500 acres in
fine timothy, balance nne bunch-grass
pasture; a large living stream runs
through this place; 7-room house, good
well, two' barns, all fenced and cross-
fenced. We have for. 'sale over aoO.OH)
acres of Improved and Unimproved farm
lands in ' eastern Washington. G. A.
Y ANCEY-W 1LLIAM8 COMPANY, 606
Riverside ave;, Spokane, Wash..
liiu AltHtf m
SEE PAYNE, BOSTWICM CO. lor choice
bargain.. 601-2 N. Y. Dlfe Bldg. Tel 1016.
' ' ' ' - ' "
.1 . L''
A MONTHLY payment bargain in 8-room
nouse. ju. naiuAin.. raoiio -oo.
... , RE M538
IF YOU want one of the nicest 8-room
homes m llanscom .'lace l will give you
a bargp.in. owner leu city. mui sell.
J. H. Sherwood, til IN. X. L. Bids.
' RE M163
HOUSES and lota In all parts of city; also
acre property ana rarm lands, me o. F.
Uavis co., luwm out, Dee puuaing.
$950- FOR good 4-room cottage, close In.
zoue venier di, y vaaa, xavia . leaner-
eon, ltil Farnanv . KB-MS32 19
HOUSE FOR SALE.
t3.000.00 for 8-room modern house, north-
weal corner oin aim raravr sis., in
nrst-ciass condition; also good barn;
special assessments paia in lull.
I QEORGE & COMPANY, 1601 Farnam St
GEO RGB O. WALLACE, real estate, mort
gage, rentals, insurance. Brown block.
. : RE 909
T ) 1 ' V W.a. V. ..... n.lnl. ..Mil.... ..a .
quality highest, prices lowest. National
Oil and Paint company. 1016 Jones St.
HOUSES, lot, farms, ranches, loans; also
ore insurance, tsemia, raiion diock.
I . . , . . . .
, crnnTnt. &
I McAlleter, land commissioner. Union Pa-
cine Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
remember It only takes an extra stroke or
two of tne pen to mention tne tact that
you saw the ad in ine Bee.
OWNER leaving town, and for short
time offers his elegant home near
N. W. Cor, Hanscom Park very cheap. Fine
large barn, E. front lot, pavements paid.
HARRISQN & MORTON. N. Y. L. Tel. 214
Ull ! I A MCOM CHARLES E..
TV 1L.L.11IUU 1 .
DR. PRIES, the acknowledged leading
specialist in diseases oi women in umana,
would call the attention ot aunenng
ladies to nis unsurpassed accommooauon
ueiure ail, uuriiia vviiiniriiiciii aiiiu 111a
treatment for irregularities, no matter
wnai cause, caii or auure... w.in siamp.
Dr. Pries, Arlington Block. Iil3 Dode,
U 111 UK. ' Piil
FOR women onlv. Madam San Mays Jap
anese tablets, a reyrouuciion in laoiei
form of a formula used as a vaginal
Hnnha kv Ik. lunan.-MA Wnmn f t ,r .dn.
tuiies. Immediate relief given In falling
or tilling of tne uterus, ulceration, lu
corrhoea, adorns, Irritating or staining
and all vaainal discharges, so disagree
able and weakening. Sent orenald mall
or express on receipt of U 00. Paris and
Chicago Chemical Company, Illinois Bank
building. Chicago, 111. Drawer 6M.
When You Write
remember It only takes sn extra stroke or
two ot tne pen to. mention the fact that
you saw ine aa in i ne ee
G1D E. A ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
Suite f 16, N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. 1XA.
PR. A. T. HUNT, 613 McCagu Bldg. Tel.
- 1 DR. MRS. MU8ICK. Douglas Blk. Tel. S21.
LOST, Saturday ntght, near Boyd
ladv ulum-cidnreii. sllk-llned coat. Re
turn to famuel Hurns, 131S Farnam St.,
and receive reward. iosi is
LAW AMI t Ol.LECTIOs.
rltlllman A Frlce. att'v. law. collections.
A. 1". Ullia. notary, 23 L. S. Nat. Tel.
4.U J 19
NERRA9K A Collection
n. .rated i 6 New xork Life bldi
hia. ltamaae suit prolecuted. The col
lection of claims, large or email, maus
anywhere in the 1 nltcd Btate or toretgn
rnuntrlra tv oonnea attorneys, no eoi-
iectlon. no charge. Bank reference fur-
fished on application. M941 J2
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., clean;
cesspools snd vaults, remove garbage and
dead animal at reduced price. N. Id,
Tt- " -2
PACIFIC Storage and Warehouse Co.. 911-
814 Jones, general storage ana lorwarama.
OM. Van Stor. Co.. 1511V4 Fam. Tsls. 1559-3.
OMAHA Steam laundry; shirt, c; collars.
2c; cutis, tc. aim ieavenworiu. iei. w-
BEST laundry. The Chlcao, 'phon .
P. MELCHIOR. 13th and Harney, ma
OMAHA Scfe and Iron Wks. make a rpe- I
clalty of tire escapes, shutters, door and
safes. U. Anareen. itod., iv o. jmn ou
ntiTiTTrED nrlces In bleating. For par
ticulars inauire jaeai rieaung v.u., iai
Howard St. 398 Jy7
1119 Farnam etreet.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
A. C. VAN SANT's school 717 N. Y. Life,
BOYLE8 college, court reporter principal,
In. x. Lire. i4
NEB. Business 4 Shorthand College, Boyd's
When You Write
remember It only take an extra stroke or
two ot tne pen to mention tne iact tnai
you aw tne aa in i ne uee.
O. R. GILBERT CO.. tannery 1424 Bo. Uth.
G. R. RATH BUN gives private lessons In
bookkeeping, etc. it. lt, com. Is at. bk.
D. W. DUDGEON, 2910 Farnam. Tel. 1W8.
oiiio j y-
L. HENDERSON. 1619 Farnam. Tel. 1253.
Send for price list, cut nower ana plants.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree,
.0th and Lake streets. 370
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY. Tele
phone 2190. 611 ttoutn Thlrteentn street.
STEAM DYE WORKS.
SUITS cleaned, pressed, 11.00. Ladle skirts
boc, Tne Canadian, sin Pi. .win bt.
870 Jy 14
OMAHA Plating Co.. Bee Bldg. Tel. 2335.
RAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business connuentiai. 1301 Douglas.
GRAND Electrlo Co., 14 6l Jackson. Tel. 28it
ALPIRN buys all kinds of scrap Iron and I
metals, via uougias at. xei. 244. in
C. B. SHAW'S new studio open all summer.
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., 811 North lcih.
FIRST-CLASS work. 2201 Farnam. Tel. 24HL
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 tiamge Bldg.
Sharpened, repaired. L L Wks., 140J Howard
DrES8MAKINO In families or at home.
Miss Sturdy, 2042. Farnam.
TRINKS AND BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY EXP. 'Phone 1717.
608 S. 18th.
(8hould.be read uaiui Djr an inter-
i ..ted a
is changes may occur at any time).
21 1902, will close (PROMPTLY In all cases)
at the general poatomce as loiiows: a rv-
S,. TrihZ ll U P.
Test malls for Germany close at t p. m.
Regular and supplementary mails close
, fi-.ra.i0-n atAttnn half hour later than
-ininv ilme ahuwn helnw leireut that bud.
plementary mans ior curope ana central
America, via Colon, close one hour later
at foreign station).
WEDNESDAY At :30 a. m. for EUROPE,
per s. a. Philadelphia, via Southampton;
at 10 a. m. for BELOIUM direct, per a
Southwark mall must be directed "per
s. HoutnwarK ).
HURSJiAY-Att a. m. for FRANCE,
8WIT.E1T1.AND. ITALY. SPAIN. POR-
TC-QAL. Tl'KKEY. EGYPT.. GREECE.
BRITISH INDIA and LORENZO MAR
QUEZ, per a. s. I -a Touralne, via Havre
(mall for other parts of Europe must
he directed "uer a. s. La Touralne").
SATURDAY At t a. m. for AZORES
IS LAN Del. per s. s. Trojan Prince (mall
for Italy must be directed "per s. . Tro
jan t'rince ); at a. m. ior iiali hi
rect, per B. a. Trave (mall must be dl
rected "per s. S. 1 rsve ; at 7 30 a. m
for NETHERLANDS direct, per a. s
Noordam (mall must be directed '"per s
s. Noordam ); at :su a. m. lor bt or
LAND direct, per a. s. Astoria (mall
must be directed '"per s. s. Astoria
10 a. m. for BELGIUM direct, per
YaderUwd (mall Oust be directed "per
. s. Vadertand"); at lo Si a. m. (supple
mentary 12 m.) for El'KOl'E. rer . a.
t. ampanla. via VJueenstown ; at 11 a. m. I
for DENMARK direct, twr a. . llekla I
unau must tie directed "pi r a. s. lickia ). I
. . "ie.iv, r.ii..-im iiminrr
" " i.',mh-u mailer, romirriviHi jmpriw i
and sainnles fir tlermnnv onlr. Tha I
same ciaaa or mall matter for other parts 1
of Kurope win not be sent by ttils ship I
UtllrSS Sleclnllv illroet l,w It I
After the closing of the auiiidementarr I
transatlantic malls named above, ad- I
Ultlonal supplnmentary malls are opened I
.... 4.,,-,a ,(1 lne Anieruan, r.ngusn.
r rem n ana IJornuin steamera and pe.
nialn den until within ten minute of
me xiuur of sailing of steamer.
Mails for Booth and Central America,
west Indies, Etc.
TUESDAY At 9:30 a. m fsupnlementary
io;a) a. m ) fol .CENTRAL AMI KR1CA
texcept Costa Illca) and BOl'Tll PA-
S'F10 ruRTS- Per s s Alllanca. via
t'Oloil Imail for lltinto'mn'l m,,Bt k i.
rected ' per . s. J
for JAMAICA, pe
rectea 'per . s. Alllanca",: at :S0 n. m
i. r m - lmlp.l I ..
from Hoaton; at 11:30 p. m. for JAMAICA!
v .r mm i nuaueipnia.
".r:'.ri'sPAY-At 10 a. m. for NEW-
rui nuuAM) direct, per . S. Silvia; at
l?AID'Af;,,r. ARaENT1'1k. URUGUAY and
t AKA 1 A. tr m m Ill I J..v
i'S'SiCT.v ? '"' for CUBA. YUCA-
IV;ikBlr,,",-,1rJ' 1 A MASCO and CHI
APAS, per s. s. Vlgilancia (mail for other
Parts, of Mexico nuiat he illrnll ",,or I
A. H VlD(la..l..',. ,n v I
IS.) P. m ) for BAHAMAS. GUANTAN-
K" vl. ,u i iauu, per . s. city of I
Washington; at 6;3i p. nu for JAMAICA, I
Friday it ii a
a. in. i.ri kiuiaiu. 1 I I
s. Seneca"!: at 1! :U) n m fnr I Villi-
and HAITI lm, - - T I
SATURDAY At .'a.' m. for BERMUDA.
per . s. Trinidad; at I a. in. for 1H.1RTO
RICO, per s. s. Han Jnnn vln Hun Iunn I
at 9 a. m. (supplementary 9:30 a. m.) for
CURACAO ami V KX v.v.r- v. I . A . . I
Kulla (majl for 8avanlila and Cartagena
uireciea per s. s. zulla ; ; at I
9:30 a. m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for
FORTl'NE ISLAND JiMiiri bi.I
VANILLA. CARTAI1KM m.1 iznvv.
iyii, per s. s. Atnos (man lor (outs
To m ..Vua per " ' Anos, ):
via Havana; at 10 a. m. for HAITI, per
s. e. l'rlns Maurlti (mall for Curacao,
" ,r,u". irimoan, uruisn ana imtru
Maurlts") directed "per s. s. Prlns
Mans ror Newfoundland, by rail to North
cjum-y, unci inence ny steamer, close
ai iiim uiiic? aaiiy at :au a. m.
iconneciing close Mere every Mon.
day, Wednesday ind Katiirrtiivl
Malls for Mluuelon, by rail to Boston,
and thence by steamer, close at this
office daily at 8:80 p. m. Malls for Cuba,
by rail to Florida, and thence bv steam
ers, are Qispaicnen aaliy. except Thurs
day, nnal connecting closes, for dispatch
via Port Tampa, on Mondny, Wednea-
days and Saturday. t 6:s5 a. m ; for
du-patch via Miami, on Mondays and Sat-
uruays at o jo d. m. Aiaus ror Mexico
Cltv. nertnnri linlnna n t,.r- i all,, diMmi.al
r ' , i ' 'J . . . .
lur uinpaicn vy steamer. Close at mis
office dally except Sunday at 1:30 D. m.
and 11:30 p. m.. Sunday at 1 p. m. and
11:30 p. m. Malls for Costa Rica. Belize,
Puerto Cortex and Guatemala, by rail to
New Orleans, and thence by steamer.
close at this office dally except Sunday
at 1:S0 p. m., Sundays at ! p. m. (con
necting closes nere Mondays lor Heme,
Diia.l.i r.r,-A- . rl . . 1 r .1 rt..
v " . . . . n,,n .1 uai. iiiaiii, nnu A urn- i
days for Costa Rica). Registerejl -mall
Clows ai o p. in. previous uuy.
Mslls for Hawaii, via San Francisco, close
nere aaiiy at o:so p. m. up to June is.
Inclusive, for dispatch per s. a. Alameda.
Malls for China, Japan and Philippine lsl-
anna taiso specially anaressea mall tor
iiantiiii, v.a sun r uiit'iBco, ciuhc net e
dally at 6:30 p. m. up to June !, In-
cluslve. ror dlsnatcn per a. a. Oaelle.
Malls for China and JaDan. via Tacoma.
cinse nere daily at e:J0 t. m. up to June
.0.1 1n,.l,,al.,A tnw. rl I 1. .... .r,rt I
I Man for Australia texcept West Austral!,
w hich goes via Europe, and New Zealand.
which goes via San" Francisco" and Fiji
wnicn goes via San Francisco), and
Islands, via Vancouver and Victoria,
Islands, via Vancouver and Victoria, B.
C, close here dally at 6:30 p. m. after
June "7 and up to June 21, inclusive,
for dispatch per s. . Aorangl.
Malls for Hawaii, Japan, china and Philip-
I pine islands via San Francisco, close here
unity ui s.ou p. in. uii in guile -o, inclu
sive, for dispatch per s. s. Hons; Kong
Malls for the Philippine Islands, via San
Francisco, close here dally at 6:30 p. m
up to June 25, Inclusive, for dispatch
per v. o. transport.
Mails for Australia (except West Australl
cept West Australia,
and Hawaii, via
which is forwarded
7..U lu nrl Vllt KAmnfl and Ua wu II
San Francisco, close here daily at 6:30
m. arter June ana up to June en,
inclusive, or on arrival of s. s. Lucanla,
nusive. or on arrival ui a. a. iucunm.
due at New York June "28. for dispatch
per s. s, Sonoma.
Mails for China and Japan, via Vancouver
ana vicioria, xt. ciose nere oauy ai
3ft n m nn to Julv Inclusive for
p. m. ud to July i
dispatch per s. s. Empress of China
(registered mall must be sDeclallv ad
dressed. Merchandise for U. S. Postal
Agency at Shanghai cannot be forwarded
Malls for Tahiti and Marquesas llanri.
via San Francisco, c ose here dally at ?
p. m. up to July 'io, inclusive, tor ais -
paten per s. s. Australia.
Transpacific mails are forwarded to port of
sailing dally and the schedule of closing
is arranged on tne presumption or tneir
iinlnterrnnted overland transit. Resrls
Postofflce, New York, N. Y June 13, 1902,
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Omaha, reb., June e, isw.. eeaiea proposals,
in trinitrate, somen in me usual conoi-
tlons, will be received at this office, until
10 a. m., central standard time, June -v.
!' f oV0l?rl1Sp' v,a rnambuc. Bnhla lcaio Vestlbuled E. k:00pm a f 45
l'".ln 1 r"Suy "n1 Paraguay .? '"J,, Umlted a 7: pm a 7:46
must be directed "per s. s. Coleridge"); 2.. all . 1 1:40
at 12 m. for MEXICO, per s. s. Seneca Fa" f a" " ".
via Tamplco (mall must be directed "per Brllnrto A Mlonrl River.
m., central aianui.ru nine, un-i vi. i -for
the construction of a frame band selected the women who are to act as a re
stand at Jefferson Barracks, Mo. Full In-
fnrmatlnn furnished on annllcatlon to this
office, where epeoincattons may oe seen.
or to the Quartermaster, Jefferson Bar
racks. Proposals to oe maraea r-ro-posals
for Band Stand." JOHN W. PPLL-
Viin Chief Ouartermaster.
V l uv i - a- x v-1 1 -1 o in
OFFICE CHIEF QUARTERMASTER.
Onuh. Null Mav 22 1902. KeH led Iiro-
posals. In triplicate, suDjeci 10 tne usual
conditions, will oe recriveu i nua uimo
riu and" Yhen orJned Tn th." presence or
attending bidders, for repairs renulred to
a root cellar at r on itoDinson, neo. u. o
reserves right to reject or accept any or
all proposals. inann rorms ror nidaing
and circular elvlng full information una
reuulrements will be furnished on applica
tion to this office. Envelope containing
proposals should be' marked "IToposala for
Root Cellar at Fort Robinson, Neb.," and
addressed to JNO. W. PULLMAN. C. Q. M.
) AIL WAY TIME CABfc.
UNION STATION lOTII AND MARCY.
Overland Umlted a 9:40 am a 7:30 pm
Fast Mall a :M am a 1 IS pre
California icxpreas a 4:at pm
Paclflo Express U:3 pm
f...... Vvri-aaM a.W
A,iantc Expres a 7:30 am
Colorado Bpeclsl 7:10 am
HtrpmBhur Ex b 4:08 nm Mt:M om
'Ml1 I1"" trfc' --.b 5:30 pm b 1:36 pra
I Chlengfo A Northwestern.
I "The Northwestern IJne.v
I Fast Chicago
a 140 am alam
..a 8:00 pm a 8:30 am
I Local Sioux City...
.a s:30 am a !:fi" pm
.a 7:35 am sl0:?5 pm
.a 8:'A am all 20 pm
.al0:56 am a 6:30 pm
i uaynum pi. rui.
I Daylight Chicago
,a 4:15 pm slo:JO am
Fast St. Paul
4:bf pm a 4:'t pm
..a 7:4f pm a t 20 am
..a 7:06 pm a 8.M) am
.. a 2:40 pm
Cbk'sso, Rock lair ad and Paclno.
I Chicago Darllsht Lim-
I ted ..." a $ 00 am a 146 am
Chlca.o Daillght. . ..a T OO am a 115 nm
Chlcaso Express bll:lK am a 6:05 pm
Des Moines Local a 6:20 pm bll:60am
Chicago Fast Express. a 6:06 pm a 1:26 pm
Rockv Mountain Lim
ited t i:w am i i:w tn
Lincoln, Colo. Springs,
Denver. Pueblo ana
West a 1:30 pm a 6:41 pm
Colo.. Texas. Cal at
Oklahoma Flyer a 1:20 pm al3:40 pm
St. Louis "Cannon Ball'
Expresa a 6 Ji pm a 1:20 ant
Bt Louis Local, Council
.10:00 am a 10; 10 pm
tllWAT TIME CARD Oontlnnest,
f hlrasn. Mllwaakeo d It. Fal.
cnicaro Limited a :on pro IH am
Chicago St Omaha Ex..b 7.14 am b 1:40 Dm
I o. t . i r.nta.. -1 n vwi M A m.m
n., u i. u upmn.uviw sm af:uaBl
Chicago Expre a I:Wjn a 1:10 pn
Chicago, Mlnneapoll aV
a. r..l T lmlt.il ?.RA nm - -
uinnunnUi a Bt." Paul
Espresa b T;39 lm b1ft:SB pn
Chicago Expresa ai0:S6 pre
WEBSTER DKFOT lOTH W EBSTER
Fresnoat, Elkhora A Mlaaoarl Valley,
Plack Hills, Dead wood,
Hot Spring a 1:00 pm a 1:00 pn
Wyoming. Caper and
Douglas ... d 1:00 pm (:00 pro
Hastings, York. David
City, Bupenor, ueneva.
Exeter and Seward. ...b 1:01 pm b 8:00 pm
Norfolk, Lincoln and
Fremont b ": m blO;2S an
Fremont Local o 1:30 am
Nebraska Local. Via
Weeping vaiw v i:i pm 10:Zg am
Chicago, St. rani, Minneapolis
Twin City Passenger.... 1:30 am a 1:00 pm
Sioux City Passenger. ..a 1 00 pm all.:o an
Emerson iocai. u .w pm o :t am
BfRUsBTOS ITaTIOH-IOTH A MAIO.I
Ckleaco, Bnrllngton Jt Qnlncr.
. . v- rrivo.
l i n n I i -1 . i rr . .
I' 1 "
U'vnutn lteatrlea and
r i l.t a 1A m K11.EC
Nebraska Express a :4o am t lili Dm
Denver Limited a 4.28 pin a 0.46 an
Ulu.-k Hills and Fusel
Bound Express all: 10 pm a 1:00 pm
r-ni,a.lr V uiLlbuled
Flyer a 8:00 pm
Lincoln ran mi u s.uu pm as.iiain
Fort Crook and 1'latts-
mnuth b 1:20 nm bll:08 am
I n.nvue A Paclflo Jet. ..a 7:40 um aliiui
Bellivua i t.w am
Kan.aa City, St. Joaeph Cennoll
Kansas City Day Ex. ...a : am a 1:06 pm
gt, Louis Flyer 1:10 pm all :1a am
I Kansas City Night Kx...al0;a0 pm a i.la am
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, e Sun-
oniy. a uauy except tM'.uraay. uauy
ANCHOR LINE U. 9. MAIb-STKAMBRS
Hal line esularlr batwsafc
KBW YORK. LuUDllMlliKRI OUASQOWj
MW 1UKK. UlUKi.i AK ai SAruu.
aanarior aeconimodallsna. Bioallant Culalo. Ivars
r"1 lw lM ."S" ""'"' ""'
,lir1 KISilTl'rta ii-m. taia.a
rJ E.ii.T.hl SSTB
Af'Jminui Vmu at auracu-a r.t-a. r.r i
Mini. at lira f. I v ral aa la, t Ir k ata
i ..i irLrm.iinti .nni tn mknukrson hku-.
I . . . ...H uu'il. aiientp .
vait-ssv, " "
Summir Tours on Laki Michigan.
r paaMtn car serTlcs aiolaalTalrj, " tare Ml linn
ch waek for r-aa-fo-t, jhkarlaTali. Harkar
kv-laaa. Hay View, lM.ar, saacaiaaa '"".'
BMtt'a itor Detroit, Baffala and all Kaatara iUt.
LEAVES CHICAGO AS FOLLOWSI
Taea.Va.aa Thurs. lOiSOa.s. at.4w.m.
MANITOU STEAMSHIP CO.,
OFFICE a DOCKS, Ruth and N. Water SU., Chicago.
PHILLIS CONVICTS HIMSELF
Defendant In Indian Liquor Case l-
I wittingly Helps the Prosecut-
Bartering on the basis of a gallon of
alcohol for a cord ot wood was the main
cau86 of ' the conviction of Henrf Pblllis
yesterday in United states nisincx t
for disposing of liquor to Indians. PI
,. ,,,. .. i, aa not
waa UP on four count na " 1ala n,,
yesterday In United States district Court
the Jury many minutes to Add htm guilty on
two of them. He swore himself into an
amuslng predicament while' he was being
questioned by ;hla own .attorneys, .
The situation arose Tom the Tact that
Phllll was not sufficiently familiar with
the charges hanging over him. Ho Ira-
agned that he was up. for either selling
"Wr or trading it off to one William i;cns-
ley. So when his lawyers asked him If to
ever dla thoge things he said "No."
i ....... . . L . . v. .
ala T5U ever 00 uS ui i..v
kind with this Indian"?" was asked. "Did
eyer ,ve hlm Hquor t all?" was askjd.
, ,, . ,An,,,tm
"Oh, yes. I've given It to him sometime.
Why, no you haven t, have your not..
never gave Hensley any liquor, did you?"
Yes, I've given him a drink," persisted
Phlllls. and then his attorneys threw op
th , bBndB for down there In the fourth
" . ' . , ,. .,, ,,.
icouu. m : f""" -)-
I John Hanna. whose trial on a similar
Lhar e gun Monday, was also convicted
wu bi kuuih. um m
WHO ARE TO RECEIVE
Committee Chosen (or Church Con-
. Tendon Rally . at . Millard '
The executive committee of the Christ!!
church convention met Monday night an4
ception committee at the convention rally
at the Millard hotel parlors Thursday night
next. For the. rally It has been arranged
that there be a program of music by th
two church orchestras, bnt that the
speeches shall be Impromptu that they may.
be more In the nature of a general discus
sion of the great project. Refreshments
I win pe servea,
i -j-g w0men
selected for the reception
committee are: Ml. Mellona Butterfleld,
I Mr. Ida V. Tilden, Mrs. A. E. Bryon, Mrs.
Porter M. Garrett, Miss Emma Wheatley,
Mrs. H. O. Devrles, Mrs. Robert M. Clark,
Miss LaRhea Becord, Mrs. Ellery B. Wester,
field. Mrs. Newton Bryson, Miss Myrtle B.
Keefer, Mrs. T. J. Shugart. Mrs. George
I Hawthrone. Mrs. C. O. Saunaers.
Railway Notes an Personals.
General Manager Holdedge of the Bur
lington left for Lincoln yesterday morning.
L. F. Berrv. general agent of the North
western at lies Moines, is in Omaha on of
Harvest excursions have opened up and
consequent Increase in traffic Is notice
able at the depots.
J. A Monroe, freight traffic manager of
the Union Pacific left last night for a busi
ness trip to Chicago.
W. P. Fisher, general traffic auditor of
the Missouri Pacitle, came up from St.
Lculs yesterday morning.
Carl Grey, superintendent of transporta
tion ror tne r rioco at opringneio, mo., is
in Omaha on an official errand
Erastus Young, general auditor, and F.
E Brown, local treasurer, of the Union Pa
cific, have returned from a business trip
In the east.
W. W, Miller, assistant general freight
agent of the Missouri, Kansas Texas at
ivaiisaa . uy, is masing ins ruunus oi ine
traiho offices In Omaha,
D. M. Smith, general agent of the North-
western road at Duluth. reached Omaha
Monday evening-on his way from the Pa-
1 cltlc coast to his home at tne head ot the
Miss Lucia B. Griffin, the noted elocu
tionist of Chicago, mlsed her train at the
Union station yesterday morning and was
detained fnr a few houra. She was enroute
from Chicago to western Nebraska points.
J. O. Philllppl. assistant general freight
agent or tne Missouri 1'acinc, returned
from Pueblo Tuesday, where he had gone
to attend the funeral or William Hogg,
commercial agent of the road at thai
Announcement has been made by th
Omaha 'Frisco office of the opening of a
new branch of that road in the Chickasaw
nation, extending from Chit kuaaw to Okla
homa City, a distance of forty miles. It
traverses a fertile farming strip. The first
train to be ran upon this new- Hue will
make the trip Sunday. The Hock Island
Is the only -competing road Into Chickasaw.
It Is the purpose of the 'Frisco to extend
Its line wlthlr. a very short time. There
fore this branch Is announced the Aral
I ot ft series.
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