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THE OJ1A11A PA1LT IIE: FATUKDAT, .IVNE 2f, 190!:.
Trrltiariti far thee eoleseae
Will e tlkri til IS "a. far tk
veal eSltlea aaa til l:M l. ,
fee saerwlaa Sawder ealtlea.
Bates. 1 3-2te war rmt taeerttea.
a ward tkereefter. Hatalas takes
far less tkaa se.le far ke aret laser
tlaa. Tkrit aa e rtlsesaeata ant ka
Advertisers, fcy reeweetlage a
fcere: eaeela. eaa kave aaaerera
irrr la a aasakerea letter la eara
f The Bee. A war aa aa A reward will
ka irlltrrti aa raeaiatlaa af IAS
WANTED By refirevd woman, position ei
hoiiM-keepe r for widower with cliil'ireti,
city prelerred; good references Address
D 39, Bee.- A-M1S7 &
W AVI fcl MALL HtLP,
lu t'UK HALF A Da I S VOKK
If you nvc lu tue country ur m a small
tuwo and have a good eeq jalmeine
Among me laiiners aiia rtom laiaers Iti
Hit iirighoot iiuua uu can n.jkT id tulir
by lour ur nve hour ui t. Vt rue us
and t will bfiju our proposition.
'ii uct I'ubiiening in., Buiicitois uepi.,
Omaha, .Vtu. i Au
WAM'tI, a good mac in every county lu
taxe suoscriptiuiua lor 1 be Twentieth
'Century, aruiei. uui afeems man good
wge-s ever where. Koereiices required.
Auuiess iweuut.li century aruitr,
vr.mlia, Ntu. B u
SALttMt.N wanted to sell trull treesj pw
a. l lun permanent ; py wets.); aril lor
ijxi tlciar. A'uureas Western .Su leery
t-u::ipan, ' Edit Dept., Lawrence, ivau
eaa. B-iKo w ui) a-
DEMONSTRATOR to explain medlcolog).
uu per wee. lUAeubaugu, 5e v are b.M.
WANTED, an estimator (or planing mill
work. Aduiesa jj u, tiic otir-e.
t M36S li
U TOU.t3 alE.N Irora Omaha nd vicinity
at um-c l irjre lor rculicni in ilie
Uurrinmeiit Iters ice. Appiy 10 inttl
fcifclt Lor, a. iUft., (. euai Ka(ias, la.
WASTED, a blackpmith, one who can do
hDrweirxMnir r.a anun rriiuli mg , nun
be a gotn-T man. Auurena c W. iriijn,
Ka lin. yo. B Mi5i S-
OOOD Carpenter wanted, Um-eirt wng
IS Mi per cay of t ight hours; cieat'y wmk.
ppl bpaoguartrri", Distnri and iiul.d.ne
Tradei Couiicl) Miaxiun nu, ban Fran
clutv. Over rUPply ot ail other trad .
WANTED, a boy anotit 2 years to tuke
care of hnre and row and deliver g"i'la.
Apply 173 Doaga Bt, . . B .l 27
WANTED Cierman pharmacist for drug
department oi general store; must be
willing to work in any part of the store
.tHxai;ion r(Uiu.rer, a Kood chance tor
the ntht man, slate salary expected and
g-ive riecersary partlcuiarm Address
tieorgi Duuit-j, Cimmtvia, bo. I'ak.
. . B-MJ24 2
WANTED, bright, energetic men o work
nrst-cmss propwsitim on a rriined plan.
CaU on . tt.. a. Thomas, 8. Itith xt.,
Omaha, Neb. - b M2j He
WANTED, an experienced bill clerk; no
other need apply. U 44, Bee.
WANTED, insurance men of . xj. ritnce;
can offer you a good thing. Call at a. m.
US Board of Trade Biug. B 232
DBL'O clerk, with about two ears' ex
perience; state wages expected li 46, Bee,
WANTED, a balloon man for the Fourth
ot July celebration Address George Mi
herren. Snicak-y. Neb. B M40 2n
WANTED, watchmaker avnd jeweler at
once. Address E. B. T. of Carroll, la.
b Mi -at
WANTED, flrst-class meat cutter; must
be steady. M. C. CuRsln, Columbus. Neb.
- B M24 '
WANTED, for I. 6. army, Able-bodied .un
married men between agxe of 21 and 35,
cltiaetis of I nJied ktales. of good character
and 4eibpturU:. habits, bj can ujieak, ca
and write EoKlu-h.' For information apply
to Kecrurtthg'Urner,- ltb and Doclge els.,
Omaha, and postottice building, Lincoln,
WANTED, bright, energetic man not over
1,, kalary poSitiiin; one who has had ex-
ptrknee In- handling nawits preferred;
Slate experience and xetertuice. D b. Bee
B M2t4 2ir
WANTED trustworthy perscm In- each
.counts' Ui numnge . business old eslab
llhhed houe, solid financial standins;
tralght Iwittaflde weeklv caen ealsry, a,
.paid by chink each Wednesday, with all
.expenses, du-eel from L lieadyuartf rs,
money advanced for expenses. Manager,
' J7 Carton bldg., Chicago. B M.'63 J
WANTED, men ta leam barber trade; pe-
ciai miusummcr oner; oniy tao montns
require to prepare for lib weekly pnul--Uon:
K! trentod: wares -riaturnars:
diplomas granted: call or write. Molcr
Barber i onege. lbJj arnam nt.
B M262 4
WASTED SALES WES.
WANTED, a firat-rlass, experienced sales
snan, with eaiablialied trade In loss, Da
kota and Nebraska In leather and ehoe
lore supply lines; must be strictly sotier,
c-f unquestionable habits and character
and furnieh first-clua credentials; a good
oiemng on lair salary, with excellent
profpei la offered iv- aome one w ho can
Oeniunalrattj abllMy and results; in ans
wering slate experience and salary ex-jvei-tou,
also average exene while on
the road. Henry Jx.ielne At. Co., 2' Lake
su, Chicago. M&l a
WANTED, two roung lady students to
learn h Jrireli.g, manicuring and chl
mpody ard scieniiAc massage (.all or
wruA Bam Ou. Boa Biog. C Mfi
IOC Girla. Call Canadian ofUce. lilt Dodta.
WANTED, deserving youug lady or gentle
man in take life sihuiaiahip In Omaha's
beat b laineas and shurthanu college and
pay f ar It when coarse is hnlabed and
puslliim aecured, Addreaa A i. Bea.
(iHL Mar generaj housework. Jul fi. S.th Be
. . C-kCl
OOD girl for general housework, family
us two. Pf4 Park ave. . C-MI 2ir
GIRL for general housework, two in fam
ily; good wagaa. 41m Lafayette Ave.
-,, - ,
COR RENT UOUES.
VANS and baggage wagons. Tel. 11.
UnilQFQ ln '! Prl oI t"r- The o
llUUJtJ F. Davis Co- iU Bee Birtg.
When You Write
lemember it only "tke an extra stroke or
two of the peu to nieiiiion the fact that
uu saw ths ad in The Bee.
YO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
Co.; ofhee Lu.1 1 arnam, or Tela. lbba-Mai.
SEE PAINE, BOSTW1CK A CO.. for choice
nouaea. Is. 1. Lite Bldg. lei. lulfi.
FOR RENT, modern house near HUh
school Ths Cl. P. DavU Co , us Bee B d
MAGGARD Van Storage Co. Tel. liM.
UOL'kLB. ate. F. D. Weed. lf4 Dougias.
. . D-7
EIX.RiansI flat all muAera. 1111 So nth
FOR PENT. S-room. modern, detached
hcuae. newlv la.nttd and papered, ti:
3v21 Capitol Ave. Tel. iti. B. li K bion.
CFNTRAU e-roro flat. Tiaard. r.n N 9i
Sl i-X4 l
FtR RENT, i-room furnished house. m"l
eru. ku good cniiliivi and c-bean '34
So. Juia Ave. TeL A-27al U-t ?7
HOL SE3 and fUta Pangwalt. Barker block
GCOD S-rwoa xuodcra bouse. Xaol Blondo.
row rkkt-hoi ri.
UNECjUALED. central, (It mtni, 7-roon
houe. 4-room flat, litard. 2-SM N. d.
GOOD modern 8-room bouM.
1.V4 NORTH 24TH St . 8-rora modern
house wrh large barn; rent I2Ti.hO per
month. William K. Potter. Receiver.
Omiih Loan A Trust Co., )n Hrown
Block. D MS17
S234 S. 1TH PT., -room rotiif. City
wafer, rent 17 ter month,
rtf. P lX'h t . 4-rnom cnttaae. city water
In kitchen, rent I!" pT month
William K Potter, Rec-lver, Omaiia Loan
and Trunt Co.. JOS Brown Block.
HOUeES. atorea. Bamli. Pa it on fciotk
KOLSES--Hoyer, Cd and"Cumir T 1 Y9.
FOR RENT Modern ten-room house. No.
4X4 I'arnam; in flrat-rlasp repair, tood
burn, rurunt walka, shade treea;4ir1ce.
J,r. fienoon & Carmlchael, 642 Pnxton
Block. D M1W
tlSli'i NEW flata, MODERN. fle rooma
each. frUS liard at. Elegant place for
email family at lorn- rent Payne lnveat
mnt Co.. main floor N. T. L. bids. TeL
V 171. D-M:i8 2
FOR P.ENT. a-room cottage, modern enn
venlentea. hath, furnace, gas; large yeM
ahadc treca, on car line. Imuire 12 1
Farnarr. Bt. L 231
S-ROM flat. 121? B. lfith, modern except
furnace. 4X1 f'arnam.
S-rciom modern and tiarn. $2.i. otherp.
ItlNij WALT BKOS , BARKER B1XCK.
D M2--.1 2
FOR HKJT-Fl ItMIHED
ELEGANT room, finest location In the
JUJ. ItM Capitol ave. E JdS3i
DEWEI European hotel. 13th nd Famam.
FOR RENT, plflaaant room, good location,
' with or altnout hoard; suitable for two
. gentlemen. ZM V ebater at. E Ml?7
DEFIRARLE rooms, first-class location.
2J24 Farnam. - J1
UKCE front room for man and wife:
alo furnlohed n-om. with or without
.board; moilern. Z- t arnam.
E M215 2
FOR KENT, south room for f-ntlemon
1712 Liarenport Bt. fc S3 W
l.ARr.K south front room, newly furnished,
strictly modern, for two gentlemen. 214
Capitol ave. jm.i or
SI"E south room In strictly modern house,
2217 Douglas. tKUAh or
TWO pleasant furnished rooms for light
Duust Keeping, moaern. awi javenjniri.
E MJ7(f W
KIRMSHED BOOMS AKD BOARD.
Merrlam, comfortable summer home. Tel si.
TWO desirable front rooms, with alcoves.
The Pratt, Z12 6. 25lh si. -a
THE Rose, Harney. Rooms & board,
FURNISHED frasjt rooms with board. S16
B. 2tn st. t ttM
THE Bonnie BrU-r, 173i Dodge. Tel. Alfa
VERT desirable room for gentleman; mod
...... i. . . 1 - . . ... w HIM 'J'
rill. 1 1, l du nil a C. jb.ui w
220 N. 17TH BT., cool, well furnished rooms.
1 M-.l 4'
FOH REST VHFIRMSHED ROOMS
DESK room aoace. ts be. aiontU. ground
floor room in The Be building, facing
f'arnam street; no expense for light, heat
or janitor service. - i-eiers oc to,
rental agents. Bee building. G J
TWO large rooms for light housekeeping,
eim X" 1U.1. C . ' 11 OKI 'AM
FOR REST STORKS ASK OFFICES.
ITu-kD T C K T Hb KiiiMinsr fnrmorrv Ajuts.
V V ' A V Aai A ao vuuuiiif v aua j vm, ar
tded by The Bee at ills' Farnam at. It
has four etorles and a bewment which
. mi formerly used aa The Bee pressroom.
1 bis win dc rentea very reasonaoiy. 11
lnterestea apply at once to j. l.. noee
water, vecrelary, room luo. Bee building
Wit ntnflT Blnm'tn ftrKt.rlBU'lnrBtlnB
rent reasonable. Apply R. C. Peters at
-CO., -ground noor, uee mug.
FOR RENT, desk room or large space
suitable for merchandise broker or party
doing buslneaa lu wholesale district. In
quire xiene a sxo r arnam at.
- 1 lM
lth and Dodge Sts.
Hnely lighted and ventilated offices
- to let, singly or en suite. Good
. janitor and elevator service.
. W. FARNAM SMITH CO..
Lift FARNAM 8T.
MODERN building ln wholeaale dUtricL
ACEKTS W ASTED.
WANTED, canvassing agents ln 'very
county to solicit s inscriptions to THE
TWASTlltln Ca.Mll. tlx AKMtK
sieaby employment with assured good
Income; agents ln the country with
burse and buggy especially desired; can-
assert make easily ssv to siuu per moo in.
Audreas century itrmrr &onciiors
bureau. Bee buiiulng. Omaha. 214
WASTED TO REST.
WANTED, to rent, medium sized store'
room near central part oi city. Addreea
WASTEU TO Bit,
WANTED 2d-hand cu thing for cash. 1307
t arnam r iji jjr.
WANTED, good second-hand carriage
1 red llili. v oodblne, Aa. JN Alia l
WANTED, to buy, a act of second-hand
butcher tools. Address D M. Bee.
FOR SALE Fl HAITI RE.
CHICAGO Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. TeL
Su. New and aecond-haao, bougut, so. a.
exchanged. o Mil
FOR bALlv HUStSbfe, WlMkl, AiTC
FoK bALK, cheap, a Concord buggy. l k
aud vision. let
PAINTING and repairs on wagons, etc.
our specially. 11. ITost, iui aoid Leav
euworih. lei. !.. V sm
EEVEKAL nne driving horses. Waiter
t'licipa. Boom u. i. x, ui Bldg.
VMKk: lence for peultry, hog, wn and
aio, hi ten posuk, tree guards. V ire
himu, Si.i a. utUi eu lei.
W A4J72 July)
ioK SALE, phonographs, superior to any
other musical instrument; aa up. 1 ne
to ill man CO., ika t ataam.
NEW ai d Zdhaati 1 pw rtters. Ills Far-
tut w .l
Ft-iK SALE, secondhand desks, chairs am
walnjt otnee cuui.tr and ralnnaa. Wi
bash uffiie. 141 t arnam be w M14S
FOR SALE, nickel mint popcorn and pea
nut roavter; ueed one Biotith; price, Kk
Jo tin O. Bande. abio. itcb. y alos &
ldu STILES trasses; catalogue free. Sher
man at AlrConueU Drug i:o., lsih and
iljiiic Oiuaha. ;
INDIAN goods and relica. ill Farnam
WHITE sawdust; aeaaoa caacked oak tlm
uera tatap; hog fence, etc Ail Douglas
2DHAND safe cheap. Derlgh?. Ul Farnam.
SECONDHAND billiard and pom tables:
billiard tables repaired; a large slock of
cheap bar natures. clAar 00 u 11 la re. etc.
Tue BrvMwtca liaiks CwlWaaer Co.. 4i'7-
ateuUk 10 1 Q-euA
FOR SAL.K WIWrELLASEOl.
BARGAINS Elegtnt new piano at hVf
price; Kill trade for or fxe htnfr good
oil sto ks. D i-. Bee.
W Mi's tr
2DHAND safe cheap. Schwarts, U4 B 13th.
FOR PALE, fine Imported hamesa. braas
mounted arid trimmed; cost when new
.; w'.ll rell for m; can be seen at D"ty
ar Russell t barn, S.th and Lesvenwcr-.h
streets. IJ 13
EICTCLE9 and phonographs on easy pay
ments x.i down. II so per weef ; ZdbSTia
wheels. XX and $i0; new wheels. ;.
Omaha Bicycle Co., 36th and Chicago Fts.
FOR PALE, very chenp, 2 bicycle frames
and wheels, less tires ana cra'ns; one
frame 2 saddles one pair hsn1l hue.
Inquire J as. E. Murphy, people's store
MRS FRITZ. clalrvoyanL 1Q4 Caas St
MRS. JACOBSON, 2205 N. h C
8 31 Jyl6
ELECTRIC THE ATM EST.
MME. SMITH, baths. Hi N. IS. 2d floor. R 2.
A u jy
MME. AMES, vapor baths. 124 N lith, r 7.
1 JSfiii Jl 12
DR. ROT. chiropodist, corns and superflu
ous nair removed iy electricity, rt i,
renzer bloc. L 8T8
PRIVATE hot pi Lai. before and during con-
nnement, bauies auopled. uu lirant st.
Mrs. Gardeia. TeL r-UfA V 77
HAIKDREfc.fc.lNa, manicuring and chiro
pody, lor iauies only, ln connection wl'b
Vhe BAthery. 21-22u Bee bidg. U T
ROOMS. S10S 6o. 10th St. 'Phone 1811
RUPTURE permanently cured ln 30 to Su
aays; send lor circular, o. o wood, Jd.
D., 621 New York Lite bldg., Omaha. Neb.
ACCORDION pleating, cheapest, best and
qu.cx.esi. sirs. A. c. axara, u a uougias,
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
and retail, coiuna nano Co., ltd! uoug
las. U aw
ELITE PARLORS. (15 S. 16th St.. 2d floor.
C MM uy7
CHIKOPODT a specialty. In connection
with The Batnery, rooms zifc-taj Bee Ling.
Tel. 1714. U-W3
SHAMPOOING and halrdresaing. 25c.ln
connection witn iu Bainejry. is-zu Bee
building. Tel. Hit U SM
V1AVA. woman's way to health. Home
treatment. Booauei xree. m Bee bidg.,
Omaha. U sa
LOWEST. PRICES In accordion and aide
ileating. The Goldman Pleating Co.,
JU Douglas block, U M7S1
EMPIRE RUPTURE CURE 2 N. T.
Life bldg., Omha- kebd lor clrculara.
PROF. JOHNSON cures all human dis
eases. - o20 Bee building. Office hours, a
a. m. :o 1 p. m, U 4M JyT
MME. SMITH, baths, 111 N. IS, 2d floor, r 1
C Mbua J) 16
PRIVATE home for ladle efore and dur
ing contlnement; babies adopted. -Burdette.
Mrs. Burgee U M2.M Jy2
THE Child Saving Institute of Omaha de
sires numes lor seven toy babies from z
to b months old; also a home In Omaha
for a 12-year-old girL ..- U M2S7 30
'TOU can fool all the people some of the
time" on some things, but you csn't fool
them on cigars. Everybody knows that
are the best. The beet because they are
made of superior stock. U Mi60 &
MOSET TO LOAS REAL ESTATE.
4V ER CENT on buslnees property. , .
a ir win vn j iucuw ii ujici if
Options U iiay wlUile or ajt-any Ume.'
- . - W, U uVLElalLE, Aul 6. Xlh at.
.,-, -" ... -W tit
MONEY to loan on improved Omaha real
-estate, Breonan-iuova cp... J ti. 13th.
WANTED, dty. loans ahd wgrraata. W.
Paroam SmlUt' Ik. Co.. 1321) Taruarn st.
PRIVATE money. Sherwood. S37 IV T. L.
FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H,
Thomas, 1st is at. ttojik bidg. Tel. 1S4S.
WANTED, c'ty and farm loans; also bonds
. and w arranis. - it. c. rauira ex Co,, 17uK
Farnam St., Bee bldg. W sl
LOW RATES. Private mttney.
(A 1 AC l.- tSlMli.M WIJUFAM,
Mala Floor IS. T. Life Bidg. ,
i TO S P. C. money. Be ml, Paxton bit
. vt em
I PER CENT loans. . Garvin Bros., 1H
Farnam. . W iH
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 11124 Douglas
V17 1 vKL
HOD CP, low rata Prlcbard. 1711 Farnam.
MOSET TO LOAS CHATTELS.
iu au vance jubt wnat me tiauiaacUuu is
going iu coal when you borrow oi us on
our partial pay ment plan. You can bor
row iur sis montns or more and return
the money 'n o.,e monui if you choose,
and you are expected to pay for only
what time you keep it.
Our business is conducted Quickly and
uuletiy. v e do not charge you lor maa
lug pa pels or hung mortgages, ana we
never oeouct Interest in auvauce, as oth
W lean oo furniture, pianos, warehouse
receipts, live stock, etc., and we make
without mortgage or Inooraer. We court
a comparison of rates, payments, eto.
If you nave had dealings wnn us and are
pieaaed tell others, and if you are dis-
pieaaea leu us.
uiuAiiA mortgage ix)an co.. -
11 uuard of Trade Bidg. Tel.
iLslaollsiied MU J J So. ltitn tL
SHORT ROUTE TO PAT DAY.
PLaX. wUla.1, PRivAie. OrFiCES.
IELl, us bow much you want
AND liuw you want to oav.
Our simple, old-f asnioneu, soud methods
mat can i neip put meaae you.
to xv LOAN ON PLAiN NOTES
without mortgage or enuurer. our ralea
fciini li paid on loan reduces coat.
io i oi.M ueuuetea. . . onarge 104
papers, li' pay us to piease you.
RELIABLE CliEuil Lu..
Room m, ihiru tiooi, paxion Eiack.
LARGEUT Bl eiNEKS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchanta. leam
siera, boarding houses, etc, wuhout se
curity; eaaiesi terms; 4u o dices ln prin
cipal cities. Toiiaan, 4u Board of Trade
k.nv X- b. -1
- A W A
SALARY AND FURNITURE LOANS.
Do you want money lor long or short terms
at rates rart.y equated by compeU or f
"I s our buainesa to suppiy It." AMEK1-
ca.-s iujaa co.. Third lioor. Paxiuo
Bioca. A y
Chattel and Salary Loabs.
PHOENIX CRtDIT Co..
Sucueaadr to J. W. Tayloe.
TeL 74a. C3I Pax.uin Block.
MONET loaned on furniture, live stock
Jessiry. to salaried peopte. Foley Loam
Co.. sue. to Dun Green, s Barker Block.
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
(leople; business confidential; low-et ratev
,i Paxton biock- ibe J. A. Hutton Co.
WHEN you want to buy. sell or exchange
your business or property quick, see J.
H. Johnson, Ml hi. Y. Life. T M17I
TO buy. sell or exchange a business CaU
ea 1:. i. canan. K. a, 1a17 Farnam st.
MONET loaned en pianos fumltut. lew-
airy, aoraea, oosrs, eta. C- T. Bead. 1.1 s IX
BEfT opening In the stste for g-nerl
store, new brica building to rent cn favor,
able term Afidress L A, care 1
t T-M1M in
FOR PALE, furniture of a 1 ft-room bouse
full of g od paving boarders. 1 bio. k
from Her.!y, Dodge and Kernarn nt.
4 blocks from lth. cash offer on y con
sidered A good thing for the r'gnt per
son Houe rent reasonable. Ad'ree C
L Bee T Lt
TO GET In or cut bf business call on VTIU
Lama. Room 411. Mccague Building.
ONE merry-go-round can have exclusive
Jirivttepe free of ground st Fourth of
luly celebration at Waterloo. Neb. Ad
dress B. B. Hopper, chairman.
When You Write
remember it oniy take an extra stroke or
two oi the pen to mention the iact that
you saw the ad ln Toe Bee
WANTED, man with $.''. more or los
can secure (epitimate llpht man-.ifacturlr.g
business ln which there is no ruk noi
competition and $6 to $ daily profi's. For
personal interview address L Ij, care i:?e.
FOR RENT. Hotel Clifton, fummhed com
plete. John E. Burns, bcribner. Nea.
WILL excb.ai.ge good oak wardrobe for
fuidiug bed. i 4. Bee, Z Mr.1
FINE grain and stock farm In central Ne-
brahka, to exciiante 101 small iarm near
Omaha or clear improved property iu
Ctmalia. v ouncil Blufle. or South Omaha.
Call on or write "owner," t"4 Bee t.l.ig.,
Omaha. Telephone 144. Z Mi'43 'it'
FOH SALE REAL ESTATE.
RANCH and farm lands for sle by the
Ltuon Pacific Bauruad company, tt. A,
McAiiesier, land commissioner, L nion Pa
cihc ueaouuartera, uinaAa, Neb.
HOUSES and lots in all parts of city; also
acre property and lartn lands, let u, t.
Davis Co., Room mU. Bee building.
HOUSES, lots, farms, ranches, loans; also
tire insurance. Bemis, 1-axlon biota.
FOR SALE,' choice section of farm land.
worth .i pel acre, every loot can be
cultivated; owner needs money and will
sell 1 heap If taken this week. J. A.
Lovgren, 4th floor. Paxton mock.
RE 162 Jyl
IF YOU want one of the nicest S-room
homes in mntcom 1'lace 1 win give you
a bargain. Owner left city. Muft sell.
J. li. bherwood. 37 N. Y. L. Bidg.
bEE PATNE. BOSTWICK & CO. tor choice
bargains, IS. 1. Lite Bldg. lei. luib.
A MONTHLY payment bargain ln S-room
Douse, u. ml. is atimger. i none u.
GEORGE G. WALLACE, real estate, mort-
yage, rentals. Insurance. Brown block.
. RE Sius
FOR SALE, SI acres truit and garden land.
well Improved; two miles from car line;
r-room house. Address lu3 S. lft st.. Coun
cil Bluffs. ia RE M20 !
FOR sXlE Neat cottage fend full lot on
paved alreeu only tauu.
Co., & Boutn law nt.
RE M2l' 2
WANTED, buy the best 4 or &-room
home that xwiu caen win purcnase u bi.
Bee. -.- RE M26H 2
DR. PRIES, the acknowledged leading
specialist m alseases of women ln Omaha,
wouid call the attention oi suffering
ladles to his unsurpassed accommodations
before and during confinement and his
treatment for' Jrregulartfjes. no matter
what cause. Call or adurca. wuh stamp.
Dr. Pries, Arlington Block, lul3 Dodge,
FOR Women oniy. Madam San Moys Jap
anese, tauieia, a reproduction in taoiei
lorm'-of.S ,urmula used as a vaginal
douche by-the Japanese-.women for cen
turies. Immediate relief given in lal.lng
or tipping af the uterus, ulceration, lu
corrhoea, odorous, Irritating ur i amine,
and all vaginal discharges, so ulaagro
able And weakening. Sent prepaid mail
or express on receipt of 33 00. Pans and
Chicago Chemical Company, Illinois Bank
building, Chicago, IU. Drawer SM.
. - . . - 788 W
LADIES' Chichester's .English Pennyroyal
I'liis are tne oesi. aaie, reliable. Take
no other. Send 4c stamps for particulars.
"Relief for Ladles," in letter by return
mail. Ask your druggist Chichester
Chemical Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
LAW AXD COLLECTIOSS.
NEBRASKA Collection company (Incor
porated;, I t r.ew xork cure bldg. 1 hone.
s2t- Damage suits prosecuced. The col
lection of claims, large or' small, made
anywhere ln the United States or foreign
countries by bonded attorneys. No col
lection, no charge, bank reference fur
rUhed 00 application Mini J2
FOR REST FARM LA SO.
280 ACRES best land ln Dontrlas county for
season 1W6; wiihln one mile village ot
Elkhoro; cash renU Address D 4f , Bee
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts, Ac; collars.
K, cuns, c liW tueavenwonn. Jel. Mi.
BEST laundry. The Chicago, 'phone 1.
PACIFIC Storage and Warehouse Co.. sis-
all Jones, general storage ana forwarding.
OM. Van 6 tor. Co.. 1611 Farn, Tela. I66nta.
THE wonderful Lambert Typewriter will do
the work or a loo machine; is rapid, effi
cient and durable: to introduce will sell
a limited number at 120. Telephone, write
or call. Monroe ax Co., Ill N. 16th St.
LOST If the party who took the suit case
Irora r arnam street car inursoay morn
ing will return same to owner reward
will be paid and no questions asked. Ad
dress D 4. Bee. Lost M2.'.; 2i
GID E. t ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
bulls ;ia, N. i. LUI Bldg. lei. los.
t R. A. T. HUNT. 613 MoCkfTie Bldg. Tel.
DR. MRS. MUE1CK. Douglas Flk. Tel. 2S23.
MAS I FACTLaLUG.
F. MELCU10R, 13th and Harney, ma
OMAHA Sfe and Iron Wks. make a spe-
1 1.. 1 J vt ui v ciici, muiici uoi'll anu
safea. U Andre a. Prop., 1U2 S. loth SL
CARPESTEHS AID JOISERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attenued to. J. T. Ochiltree,
2oth and luik.e streets. 376
ALPIRN buys all kinds of scrsp Iron aid
metaia. 613 Doug'aa Be Tel. J474. 128
Alt DIE WO
SUITS cleaned, pressed II 0b. Ladies skirts
aOc. The Canadian. 616 N. lfith St.
H'O Jy 14
O. R- GILBXRT CO, tauaara 1124 be. IS a.
ELECTRICAL OS TRACTORS.
GRAND Electric Co.. 1 sV Jackson. Tel 3S
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co.. Ill North 1 h.
SHOHTHAAD ASD Tl PEWHITISG.
A. C. VAN BANT I school. 717 N. T. Ufa.
BOYLES (oliege. court reporter principal,
N. V. Life. S22
NEK. Business At Shorthand College, Bovd s
111 ester. 2
REDUCED prices ln pleating. For par
ticulars inquire Ideal Pleating Co., il
Howard ti. Jy7
L HENDERSON. IM Farnam. Tel. 124.
Send for price list, cut flowers and plants.
WATER? PRINTING COMPANT. Tele
phone 219U. till South Thirteenth street
PA Wk BROKERS.
5AGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential. 1301 Douclaa.
PKf'F. WRIGHT, voice, organ, ptnno 15
Ramee Blk. 2lo Jyl
ELECTRIC AUTOMOBILES. Deriphrs
llii Farnam street. 2S3
OMAHA FlxtUvg Co.. Bse BaJg Tel.
When You Write
remember It only takes an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention the fact that
you saw the ad ln The Bee,
EXPERT AC COI STAST.
G R. RATH BUN givea private leasons In
bookkeeping, etc. R- Is, Com. Nat. Bit.
ANTI-MONOPOLT GARBAGE CO., rleana
cesspools and vaults, lemoves garbage and
dead animals at reduced prices. 621 N. 16.
TeL 1776. 92
PTAMMERISG ASD STl TTERISG.
CURED. Julia Vaughn. 430 Ramge Bldg.
Sharpened, repaired. L I. Wks.. 1401 Howard
DRESFMAKING ln families or at home.
Miss Sturdy. 2o42 Farnam. 621 Jju
TRISKS ASD BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY IvXP. 'Phone 1717. S06 S. 16th.
PATENTS Sues Co.. Omaha, Neb.
D. W. DUDGEON, 2618 Farnam. Tel. 1866.
POST OFFICB AOTICE.
Phould be read DAILY by" all fnter
ested as changes may occur al. any time).
Foreign mails fur the week ending June
tfc, 1!)2, will close ( PROMPTLY in all cases)
at the general posiotlK- as lollows: PAR
CEDei POST MAILS close one hour earlier
man closing time shown beiow. Parcel
post mails lor Germany close at I p. in.
Monday and Wednesday.
Regular and supplementary mails close
at loreign station halt hour later than
tlesing tune shown below (except that sup
plementary mans for Europe and Central
America, via Colon, cioae one hour later
at loreign station).
' Traasatlaatle Malls.
SATURDAY At 7 a. m. for iTALT di
rect, per a. s. Aller (mail must te di
rected "per s. s. Aller'); at 7:3ua. m.
isuonlementary 8 a. m.) foe El'ROPE.
per s. a. Umbria, via Queenstown; at
,:8it a. m. for NETHERLANDS direct,
pre s. s. Staaterdam (mail must be di
rected "per s. s Staatendam 1; st 6.1(0
a. m. for ITALY street, per s. s. Citta
di Torino (mail mutt be directed "per
s. s Citta di Torino"); at 8. So a. m. for
SCOTLAND direct, per s. s. Cplumbla
(mall must be directed "per s. s. Co
lumbia"); at 10 a. m. for BELGIUM di
rect, per s. s. Kroor.land (mail must be
directed "jier s. s. icrooniana j.
PRINTED MATTER, ETC. This steamer
takes printed matter, commercial papers
and samples for Germany only. The
same class of mall matter for other parts
ot Europe will not tie sent by this ship
unless specially directed by it.
After the closing of the supplementary
transatlantic malls named above, ad
ditional supplementary mails are opened
on the piers of the American, English,
French and German steamers, and re
main ojen until within ten minutes of
the hour 01 sailing 01 steamer.
Mails for Soalk aaa Ceatral Asaerlea,
West ladles. Ete.
FR1DAT At 12 m. for MEXICO, per a. s
Niagara, via Tampico (mail must be di
rected "per s. a. Niagara i.
SATURDAY' At 6 a. m. isupplementarv
8:30 a m.) for PORTO RICO. CURA
CAO and VENEZUELA, per s. a. Caracas
(mall for bavanllla and Cartsgena must
be directed "jer s. e. Caracas )-. at 8:
a. m. (supplementary 10: so a. m.) for FOR
TUNE ISLAND. JAMAICA, 6AVANILLA
and CARIAULNA. Per a. a. Alleghany
(mail for Costa Rica must be directed
per a. s. Alleghany ): at 6.30 a. m
(supplementary Id ' a. m.) for HAITI
and SANTA MARTA. per s. s. Alps; at
8:3u a m. (supplementary 10: a. m
for bhtWAKl) and w 1NPWAKD
ISLANDS and BRITISH. DUTCH and
FRENCH GUIANA, per a. a. Fontahelle;
at 10 a, m. for CUBA, per a. a. Morro
Castle, via Havana; at lo a. m. for AR.
GEN'llNE. URUGUAY and PARA
GUAY, per . a. Coronda; at li:30 p. m.
for CUBA, per s. s. otlnda, via Matanxas
(ordinary mall only, which must be di
rected "per a. s. Olinda ).
Mails for Newfoundland, by rail to North
Sydney, and thence by steamer, close
at ihls office oaily at 60 p. m.
(connecting cloee here every Mom I
day, Wednesday and baturduyl. I
Mails for Miquelon, by rail to Boston,
and thence by steamer, close at this
office daily at C:30 p. m. Mails for Cuba,
by rail to Florida, and thence by steam
ers, are ultpalcned oaily, except Thurs
day, final connecting closes, for dispatch
via Port Tampa, on Monaaa, Wednes
days and Saturday at "6.3o a. m. ; for
dispatch via Miami, on Mondays and Sat
urdays at 6:St p. m. Mails for Mexico
City, overland, unless specially addresses
for dispatch by steamer, clofce at this
office daily except Sunday at ljo p. m.
and 11 ao p. m. . Sundays at 1 p. m. and
11.30 p. m. Malls for Cosia Rica. Bel.se,
Puerto Cortex and Guatemala 6r rail to
New Orleans, and thence ty steamer,
cl. e at this office daily except Sunday
al 1:30 p. m., Sundays at ! p. m. con
t.ectlng cloaea here Mondays for Beltxa.
Puerto Cortex and Guatemala, and Tues
days for Costa Ricaj. Registered mall
ciosvs at 6 p. m, previous day.
Malls for Hawaii. Japan. Cblna and Philip,
pine islanus. via San Francisco, eiose h"te
oaily at 'M p. m. up to June 23. inclu
sive, fur dispatch per I s. Hong Kong
Mails for the Philippine UUrnds, via Saw
Francisco, close here daily at : p. m
up to June Inclusive, for dispatch
l r I", b. transnorc
Mails (or Cuiua and Japan, via Seattle,
close nere ca.:y at S 3" p. m. up to June
sih. Inclualve for dispatch per a a.
Kaga Maru. (Registered maul most be
directed "via Beanie ".
Mails for A use rails (except West Australia,
POJTOFFH B SOTK F..
which is forwarded via w.iropc). N-'w
Zealand. Fiji. Swmo, snC Hawaii. Tin
San Francisco, cl "se here dally st f J'
t. m afler June i'l and tip to June
inclule, or on arrival of a s. l. i.-nn.a.
Cue at New York June 2V, fur dbpat.h
per s. a Sonoma.
Mall for China a:u1 Japan, via Vancouver
snd Victoria. H C. clone h rf at!v at
3" p m. up to July . inchilve. fur
dirpatch per s s Empress of China
tregistered mail must be special' ad
dressed. Merchandise for 1 . S po'.l
Agency at Shanghai cannot be forwards
Mniis for Hewail. China, japan snd Phil
ippine islands, via San Francisco close
htre dully at p. m. up to Julv "T. in
clusive, for dispnun ncr s, s China
Malls fc.r China and Japan, via Tnr ma.
close here daily at ti . p. m. up to J my
4. Inclusive, tor dispatch per s s Ta
coma. Mails for Hawaii, via Pun Francisco, close
here daily at t..1o p m. up to July "I in
clusive, for clispat -h pr s s Alnmeila
Mails for Tahiti and Marquesas tf.a'i.'S
via Pan Francisco, close here nally at '. Al
p. m. up to July ! Inclualve. for dis
patch per a. a Australia.
Mails for Australia (except West Austrtltv
w hich ernes vis Europe, and New Zeala- o.
which goes via San Francisco 1. Hnd F'.jl
islands, via Vancouver and Victoria. B.
C close here dally at 6.3" p m. up to
July 1S, lnclusie, for dlstiatch per s.
s. Moana (specially addressed only).
Transpacific malls are forwarded to pott of
sailing daily and the schedule of closing
Is arranged on the presumption of their
uninterrupted overland transit. ' R. g s
tered mail closes st 6 r. m. previous '"ui.
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster.
Postofflce. New Y ork. N. Y.. June In. 1S4.
f.t) KRSMKST SOTIt K.
OFFICE CHIEF Ql'AKTtRM ASTER
Omaha, Neb . June 24. 1Si2. Sealed pro
posals, ln triplicate, subject to the usual
conditions, will lie received at this office
and by the quartermaster. Jefferson liar
racks. Mn., urtll 10 a. m . central standard
time, July 24, 1!2. for the construction of
a frame bend stand at Jefferson Barracks,
Mo. Full information furnished on appli
cation to this office, where specifications
may be seen, or to the quartermaster, Jef
ferson Barrack Proposals to be marked
"Proposals for Hand Stand." and addressed
as above Indicated J NO. W. PULLMAN.
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SUPREME COURT SYLLABI.
1111. l'kVtor-Jehneon Compatiy scilnsl
li:li'r ti Appeal from Lvui.Mi. All.rn.eJL
1 hethr a decree for the s)c,-iiie per
formame of an asre mei.t for the sale of
ri.il eslate will W granleil rests in Ihe dis
rr tlniiary inwits of ihe trial court. s:tti!g
r.s a couit of 1 hanrerx ; such discretion.
h"err. is not u-iMm't-.i. n.i a rte. ree Is
tiot to be m in in witiihiM arbitrarily 1111 1
raprli lous.y . but it is a .t.idicial ci-cretion
to be intn llcd and got eri.cd bv cr;uUabla
ruh s and principles
2. Where an hre rtet.t to se'l r al rstats
Is entered Into l vein: .is as owners ol a
purl lir.itrst then ,n, u n;itv !v. or on ron
il.Uon tliHt the wifcr ot the lemnimng in
tercut it, the property w II". also conwy his
interest for the price nereu upon, which Is
Pot done thro; e,h no mint m.r neglect ot
lllow eiiteni.g into s... h an agreement. It
Is not an abuse o.' oi. nti. n tor the trial
court to re fuse to dec tee sM-ciiic iterform
am e of the agret ment as to the undivided
inteiest It: the real estate Involved held by
the pnrtl"S miikmg suc h atrec mi nt.
3. Specific s-rforniMtice of a contract for
the sale of real estate will not t-e decreed
where the Hretnient is not binding on both
parties and the mutualitr of obligation is
hot such that it may be enforced by either.
4. Under the pietniings and the evidence
In the care at bur. heel, the district court
pr .p rly refused to decree sperlfic jvr
formance of the agrcenient on which the
suit Is founded as to an undivided two
thirds Interest in the real estate Involved
in ths controversy belonging to the ce
tenciants. Ilili7. Lusk acaJnst RIbks. Frrmr from
Clsy. Judgment, oldham. C. livision No.
1. When a debtor in failing circumstances
makes transfers of his property to near
relatives the burden of proving a sufficient
consideration and good tnith In the trans
fer p upon the defendants
2 The same rule applied w hpre the debtor
when in failing clrcumsttinces organises a
corjioratldii composed of himself and near
relatives and conveys all of the assets of
his Insolvent estate to such corporation,
and then as the alleged managing officer
of such corporation reconvevs the sama
pro;artv to another near relative in the
name of the corporation.
3. A judement of the trlnl court on evi
dence fajrlv conllioUng wiil not be dis-UirN-d
by this court.
4. Assignments of error based on the ex
clusion of testimony are unavailing: unless
when the ruling was made the partv com
plaining ma.ie a tender of the proof 'he ex
peeled to elicit. Union Pacific Rv. Co. v.
Vincent. 68 Neb.. 1T1-7S. N. W. Rep., 467,
12430. Pchwani aeaitist Siatec Error
from Pawnee. Affirmed. Sullivan C J.
1. The generally accepted test of responsi
bility for crime Is the capaultv to under
stand the nature of the act alleged to be
criminal, and the ability to distinguish be
tween right and wrong with respect to euch
2. Moral Insanity as a criminal defense Is
not rwomlxed In this utate. One who
knows abstractly what la right and what
Is wrong must at his peril choose the eght
and Fhun the wrong He can not yl-ld to
a vicious Impulse and nlbge mere weakness
of will as an excuse.
3. An Instruction which ln suhatiwc In
forms the Jury that they can not convict
unless all the material averments of the
lnformts-tlon are established by the vi
dence beyond a reasonable doubt does not
by Implication authorise a conviction with
out presumption or proof of defndant's
4. The riving of an Instruction defining a
reasonable doubt, such instruction being
Identical In substance with those ron.sbl
ered In Willis against Sta-ie. 43 Neb , Ji2.
and Niphtlnutale aurainst State. s7 N. W.
Rep., 156, held not to be reversible error.
6. An Instruction Informing the jury that
the prosecutrix, who had. under physical
and moral coercion, maintained Incestuous
relutlons with defendant, was not an ac
complice. Held, to state a sound and rele
6. Kvidence examined and found lo sus
tain the verdict.
116Ti2 Van Buren against State. Error
from Cherry. Reversed. Holcomb, J.
1. The preliminary hearing of a person
Recused of n felony provided for bv the
Criminal Code la ln no sense n trial ln
which the rights of ths accused In resnct
of his guilt or innocence are adjudicated
2 The preliminary examination provided;
for is to ascertain whether the crime
charged has been committed, and. If so,
whether there is probably cause to believe
the sccused committed It, and If such is
found to be the case, to enforce his pres
ence ln the district court to answer 'he
charge by cither requiring the tujeused to
enter Into a reoiigniiiinoe for his uppear
ance ln the district court to answer ihi
charge, or 4n default-thereof teommlttti?
him to Imprisonment to await trial in the
3. Where a- rwrson who la charged wltn
a felony is bronght before tn examining
magistrate for the purpose of a preliminary
hearing the complainant, at such heating,
may dismiss or abandon such rmriefllngs
Rjid -file a complaint or the same offn
before another magistral- having authority
to lnoulre Into the charge and upon rtirn
Inquiry the accused may be reeoenlswd lo
appear at the district court to answer
such charge, and in default fT such reeog-
nlxance to be committed to prison to await
4. And lfkewlee a second preliminary hear.
Ire miv be had here the- first has re
sulted In a discharge of the accused.
5. A district judge within his district is
authorised to exercise the powers of ex
amining magistrates gen-rally wrth respect
to preliminary he-aiincs of persons nccus'd
of the commission of a felony.
S. The bringing into this state of ooa
or property stolen In another state Is not
larceny. People ag.ilr.sf Lofjirhbrldge, 1
7 The Instruction set out ln the opinion
authorizing a conviction xt: the crime of
laroenv. where prnjierty has been stolen
In another state and brought by the thief
Into this state. Held, erroneous.
12W1. Darrah against State. Error from
Scotts Bluff. Reversed. Sullivan, C. J
1 An Information drawn under section
116 of the Criminal Code, which charges
that the defendant bouKUt una receivea
stolen property, knowing It tp have been
stolen, but which fulls to allege that b
v.,,hi nr eerelved it wi h Intent to de
fraud the owner Is defective in substance
and will not support a conviction.
12560. Peterson against State. Error
from Kearney. Affirmed. Hoicomh. J.
1 An Information cnargmg one un Km
Ing and having ln his posaession intoxi
cating liquors with the Intention and for
the purpose of selling the same, without
having a license or permit therefor. Is not
fatally defective because it falls to de
scribe the place or structure where the al
leged liquors are kept with thut degree ,f
certalntv and particularity required before
a search warrant Is authorized to issue
under the provisions of section 20, chapter
1 Com id led Statutes, regulating the sale
of lntoxlcatir g liquors.
2 An Information wnirn cnarcea in uw
language of the statute, or in words equi
valent thereto, the commission of an of
fense a 6 therein denounced, Is sufficient,
and such information is invulnerable to a
3. Where an Information charges the
commission of the offense of keeping in
one s Kissesslon intoxicating liquors, with
the Intention and for the purpose of selling
the same, without having a license or ier
mit therefor, alleging therein the time and
the town county and state In which the
offense is charged to have been committed.
It Is projier to charge the jury that the
time and place as alleged ln the informa
tion must le found from the evidence In
order to warrant a conviction, the word
"pluce" having reference to the town end
countv. and not to the jiartlcular building
In which such liquors may have been kept.
4. In a prosecution under section 2o. chap
ter 1. Compiled Statutes, for keeping in
toxicating liquors lor sale In violation of
law. the iHsess!on of such liquors by the
accused is presumptive evidence of srullt in
the district court, as well as before the ex
amining magistrate, unless the accused
"shall satisfactorily account for tind ex
plain the possession thereof, and that It
was not kept for an unlawful purpose.'.'
Dufree v. State, 63 Neb.. 214.
6. Instruction requested by the defendant
and modified by the court before being
given, hell projierly modified.
I Evidence examined and held sufficient
to support a verdict of guilty as returned
bv the Jury. .
7 Where a defenSant charged with a mla
Orircitiar is at liberty on bail or etherwiae
i.'.la bis case Is being tried voluntarily
absents himself from the courtroom at the
tltns 'be Jurv returns Its verdic t, his coun
sel toeing- present, vnd no objection being
made to such absence, the defendant will
te hld to have waived his rlcht to be
present fc rue n imir, anu iriri,un ui
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of the defendant under such circumstances
is without error.
6. Other alinged errors examined and
found not well taken.
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