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THE OMAHA DAILY HEE: THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1002.
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will be takes bII 13 aa. far the
fTtalm eettloa aa aatll I SO a. aa.
far moral" Sinltr eaUtlea.
Hates, 1 l-3e a mrf Rrat lasertlea,
la a wml thereafter. Ratala takea
far less thaa to for th first laser
tlaa. Three aWertleaate aaaat aa
Advertiser, by resjaastlaa;
fcerea cheek, eaa have a were aeW
a-reeaed ta a aamnerea letter la car
af The Bee. Aasvrere sa aSareaeed will
he delivered mm tmtaUUea af tktej
aa k aalr.
WANTEP, a position as bookkeeper by a
jounu man oi gooa nanus, Djsinrss col
lege graduate ami good recommendations.
A a areas s. n. Ellison, Box 8, St. Edward.
Neb. A M423 2
WAMTUU-UALU UK LP,
86 FOR, HALF A DAY'S wnn to
It you live In the country or In a small
town ana nave a good acuuainlauca
among the farmers aim sloe a misers In
the neighborhood you can make w easily
by tour or live hours worn. Write us
and We will send you our nrouoa, Lion.
The bee Publlnning Co., Solicitors liepu.
VIUKIltt. lieu. JO B04i
WANTED, a good man In every county to
take subscriptions for The Twentieth
Century Farmer. Our agents make uooa
wages eterywliere. References required.
Address Twentieth - Century i aimer,
omana, mn, ju u
DEMONSTRATOR to explain medlcol.igy,
V0 per week, lllxcnbaugh, &00 Ware K!k.
WANTED, Insurance men oC experience:
can offer you a good thing. Call at a. m.
3 Board ol irade uiug. lai
When You Write
remember It -My takes an extra stroke or
two of the len to mennun tbe fact that
run saw ins aa la ine xee.
WANTED, molders and pattern makers.
Apply to The Iron City Manufacturing
company, -ueDio, coio. a m a-
WANTED Live, energetic man residing Iri
rseuranKa to represent renauie nouse;
not necessarily salesman; light work;
salary and expenses; young man pre
frred. Addree Manager Winner, iaU
iearuom, nicago. ttma a
WANTEID, two good men, one experienced
In hardware, one In groceries; must bs
hustlers and gjod salesmen; references
wanted; Hilary depends on ability. Cody
i railing uo., cooy, wyo. u Uj m
WANTED, carpenters, steady work, $2.60
a aay. Address JO. Biuesiger, contractor,
xuian, r.eo. u sti.a
BPIENDID chance for men to learn barber
trade now and take positions waiting our
graduates; tools presented; wages oatur-
nays; pay u to $14 weeitiy wnen com
petent;, call or write. Moler barber Col
lege, im Farnam St. :B M378 2S
WANTED, first-class tinner; shop and root
worn, uower vio., uienwooa, la.
- B M423 25
WANTED, bench men: steady work. An-
ply 11. Ehrllch A Sons' factory, Ht.
wusepn, - x -aim t
WANTED, young man that has worked In
bakery shop about three years; will pay
$8 a week, bourd and room, year round;
easy joo. John O. Bahde, Wahoo, Neb.
b mus -a
FOR steam shovel work. Night or day
ang. One and one-half miles east of
roadway motor. Council Bluffs. . Hall
urauing at contract company. .
, B M420
WANTED for U. B. Army: Able-bodied un
married men between agea of 21 and 33,
cltlzenk of United States, of good char
acter and temperate habits, who can
peak, read and write English. For Infor
mation apply to Recruiting Officers, 16th
and Updyi St., Omaha,- and postoRice
uuuuiua. jMncuin, jMeprasaa. a
WANTED, baker for Wyoming; man and
wife, coks - and flunkey, for Montana.
yardman Wyoming. 810 S. 11th, Western
Hallway iauor Agency. tiLizi
SALESMEN for lateat advertlslna novelty.
Phenomenal success wherever shown. (Sal
ary or commission. Nevlns, 2411 llth ave.,
rtuw jura. omz IB
WANTED Eastern houae wants good man
for . establb-hed business In Omaha and
vicinity; good Income guaranteed; small
investment required. t u, uee.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED, two young lady students to
learn halrdresslng, manicuring and chl
ropody and scientific massage. - call or
write noom iuu, net mug. C isj
1U0 Girls. Call Canadian office, 15th Dodge,
' c u
WANTED Lady cook. Eureka Restau
rant, imt cass sc C Ad&JU
. , .
WANTED, bookkeeper and stenographer.
Adoress a si, see, U&JI
WANTED, a girl for general housework,
mall family. Mrs. Aiall, 821a bherman
WANTED, a competent girl for housework.
airs. M. m. uumoni. iou Aaiayette Ave.
. C 234
AT ONCE, ladles to travel In the wast: a
splendid opportunity afforded women of
force and energy under our new plans and
meinoua. for iinrormatlon address M. B.
iltlilan. Kit uearborn St.. Chicago.
. C M37 26
AT ONCE, ladles of neat aDDearance In
every town in the United Btaiea; premiums
Slven with all goods; a chance to make
ig money. Address M. B, FIthlan, iH4
laroorn sc, cnicago. C M3W 26
WANTED A middle-aged woman to do I
general nousewora on a farm; steady em-
iiioymeni to rigni party; rour In family.
Alia. Aimis auHURiH, iiiuen, rueo.
c um 2t
COMPETENT girl, three in family, lllj
bo. zttin. Appiy mornings. c no 24
OIRL for gene at housework, small family.
so, win, - ,. . , c m 24
WANTED, girl for general hoasework;
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FOR RENT HOIS ES.
VANS and baggage wagons, r Tel. 118&
, , . l-2hl
1-1 Ol 1QPQ n U Prta of city. The O.
y. uvls Co., 6v Bee Bldg.
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
, - m- . iip w. V . . AJ 'vJ .
SEE PAYNE. BOSTWICK at CO., for choice
nouses, eui-i ci. x. ui Bldg. Tel. lOltf.
uinninn Van a r i .r. r nt
HOUBF3. etc. .F. D. Wead. 1624 Douxlns.
: l-26 .
HOUSES and flats. Rlngwalt, Barker blirk.
FOR RENT, targe 8-roora housa, city witter
$15 Oo; tJ" Blnndo. 7-room house. 1622 N
Kd; $16.00. The Omaha Realty Co.. 1301
GOOD modern 8-room house. S04 Blondo.
. D MJ17
Bemls, Paxton block.
Ifiift KJ MTU IT m -Asm. k. it, - '..
rent $-U. Wm. K. Poller, receiver, Omaha
Loan and Trual Co.. 80S Browa blotk.
1118' CHARLES, four-room cottage; rent
IlL Wm. K. Potter, receiver. Omaha
coan ana 1 rust Co., 808 Brown bloca.
EI.EOANT modern 8-room house, sul So.
IH 8k inaulre at 8417 J one Bt
. D 411
UOUesa, Boytr, z3d ana Cuming. Tet t.
MODERN honre. I rooma. 2728 Jackson it.
heeler v heeler, lxu(las and lr.th at.
l eu im. u Mtum
UNEQUALLED, central, all modern, 7-
''Mill MVUVC, Will UKk lIHrU, i
13d. D Attts
6- ROOM, all modern house, 1207 Sherman
ave , a fine one, $27.00
7- rocm all modern, 1"U N. JJth at., another
nne on 3, 82U.ua. U. E. Turkington. sua Be.
FURNISF.D HOUSE. Kotmtis Place, mod-
ern, rooma, complete ror nouseuve ninx;
reasonable for month of August. F in,
wee. ukuu 16"
8107 8PENCER ST., 10-room houae with.
gaa. psin, turnare ana Darn; nice met
tlon; rent $. Wm. K. Potter, receiver,
Omaha Loan and Trust Co., 30 Brown
diock. u 4138
FOR RENT, excellent six-room cottage, Kd
and California streets. In good repair
Choice neighborhood; $22, Including water
rent, inquire at vll M. utn street or wi
is. i. ura Bldg. um
When You Write, .
remember It oniv takes an extra stroke or
two of tne pea to mention we lace isai
you saw tne aa in ine dm
FURNITURE for sale, houae for rant. Call
mornings. Z016 Douglas BU u tt
TWO modern brick houses, nearly new)
each nine rooms and laundry; &39 and 41
Boutn Z9th Ave., lacing para; on street
car line; price, $40.niulre of J. M. Rich-
eras, uio bo. ua street. u aiuse
4012 BE WARD BT., 7-room modern except
furnace: aood barn. Only IM.
821 N. 42d at.. 7-room. all modern. $3. v
L,nrge le-room house, suitaDie tor notei or
family hoarding; house.
Inquire Payne Investment Co., Main Floor J
in. x . LAim piag. k uhh ti
FOR 'BENT, elegant brick, modern resl-
oence, iifn ave., near Bl. jviary p ave.,
cues p. ttrennan-ixive Co., autf B. latn el.
u Xiu su
FOR RENT, 10-room brick, modern resi
dence, only a lew diocks from postomce;
Just the thing for a first-class hoarding
nouae. $4o a montn. Brennan-L.ove Co.,
B'K B. 13tn St. J M444 S'l
FOR RENT- FURNISHED ROOMS.
ELEQANT rooms, finest location In the
..I . . 1 rail urfqe
vii., im v t , w Ave im hiimki
LARGE front room, also small front room,
ivicmvi ur ruKiaifjii, iuui iuuiiii
DEWET European hotel, llth and Farnam.
tl PER WEEK, 422 B. 18th St., one blook
soutn or court nouse. tc-ui
FURNISHED, cool rooms, modern, 2011
uarney. mrn ar
ROOMS, first-class location. 1224 Farnam.
MODERN rooms, furnished or unfurnished;
walking distance. 9m Burr. js-atui
FURNISHED rooms for gentleman- 1718
cass si. u auzb n
PLEASANT rooms, furnished or unfur-
nisnea, two ensuite. Dam. ztua n. zwn.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
Merriam, comfortable summer home. Tel. SS.
THE Bonnle-Brler. 1720 Dodge. Tel. A-24S2.
t an us
LARGE unfurnished room, with good
Board, 4io in. win bc jaiw
UTOPIA, 1721 Davenport st; rooma with I
board; translenu accommodated. . I
FOR REXT 4JMFCRNIIHED BOOMS.
r,-... .'' ' nt.A
DEBK room space, so per monthi ground I
Farnam street; no expense for light heat
- or Janitor service, it. c. retere co.,
rental agents. Bee Duuoing. u us
TWO nice front, one rear room for light I
, Housekeeping, or will rurnisn lor roomers.
1718 B. lfah. O 293 29 .
FOR RENT STORES AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT The bulldlna- formerly occu
pied uy ma iee at i r arnarn bi. it
has four stories, and a basement which
was formerly used as The Bee press room.
l nts win De reniea very reasonaoiy. n
Interested apply at once to C. C. Rose-
water, secretary, room luu. Bee ouuaing.
f JL X.C.. 1 uiuif III liillliiae. iuv.muiii
nvn T, T7- XT 1 CI . n 1 , . .1... ln...Ui
rent reasonable. Apply H, C. meters a
Co., ground noor. Bee Bldg. a zoe
FOR RENT Desk room or large space
suitable lor mercoandise nroaer or party
doing business in wholesale aistricc Jn-
quire liene Co., i arnam nu
WANTED Canvassing agents in every
county to solicit suDscriptions to this
TWENTIETH Ch.NTU.KX 1TARMKK.
steady employment wltn assured good In
come. Agents In the country with horse
and buggy especially desired. Canvassers
make easily $40 to fluO per month. Ad
dress, Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
Bee ounaing, omana. ii
SOMETHINO NEW I I Just out Bend for
sample, combination Door Knoo ana Bell.
imo cutting or ruining me aoor. rut on
any door In a moment No batteries to
worry about No springs to wind. Noth
ing to get out of order. Own your own
bell. . No landlord to trouble. Price and
Bell absolutely guaranteed. Bend $1.60
for sample. Agents wanted. WEbTEKN
ELECTRICAL COMPANY, 121 Farnam
Btreei, omana, nbd, j ci
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED, 8 to 8-roora house, good loca
tion, by first-class tenant.
$ to V-room house, furnished, located In the
West Farnam street district, by the 1st
of September, by best of parties.
W. FARNAM SMITH CO.. 1820 Farnam Bt
WANTED TO BITY.
WANTED. 1,000 old festher beds, highest
cssn prices paia. Aauress a. u. uacx.
general delivery, umana. Man orders at
tended to. ua 8o
FRUIT farm, near Omaha. Address F (4,
Bee. n sm is
WANTED to buy, a Shetland pony, about
600 pounds. Mrs. cailanan, zzu cass Bt.
FOR SALE FtRMTUHE. .
CHICAGO Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. TeL
aa). rtew ana seconanaoa, oougnt. soia.
urnintM. o r
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS, ETC.
PAINTING and re d airs on waa-ona. eta..
uur ywiuii. n. 1 rami, ma ana ijcavan-
wortn. I mi. i4i. YM
t TOP CARRIAGES, 4 phaetons, other top
ana open uuggice. .rreiaer, itua draven-
worta. r Mai Ai
FOR SALE, a young Shetland pony, very
sinau ana genue, at sue w easier rjt.
p in rr
FOR BALE, driving horse, harness and
ouggy. trice reasonable, can evenings
or address wm. F. Laoner, mo N 8t
eoutn omana. Men. p 486 86
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
WHITE aawdust: season checked oak tlm.
bcra, cneap; uog lance, etc yui Aougiaa.
- 44 v
FOR SALE Phonographs: superior to any
otner rouaiimi itikirumam; e up. 1 nt
ivikiuiau v.w., ibu cuiwia, s
NEW and secondhand typewriters. 111 Far-I
am. j 8w
.... aivi i- a ... , 1 . . . . nt
auu di ii.c.a iiuiKj vaiaioguv int. oner-
man Mcconneu drug Co., ltn and
Uouge, omana. 14 Jui
INDIAN goods and relics. Ull Farnam.
. 44 4U8
VIM puncture-pioof tires. 84.M and $7 08 per
pair. ouisua oiubis ttt., im a ano 1 ni-
rsg-i sua. v. v aatiis
FOR BALE, thoroughbred Fox Terrier,
gooa orevaer. sue do. uib bi., unini.
tDUAND safe cheap, Schwarta, 114 B. isth.
1DHAND safe cheap. rtrlsiC, 1116 Farnam.
FOR gas fixtures sea Bern' I Burns.
j 7JO AS
U H. E. always hurry. Tel. 790.
EPISON phonographs. 810, $30 and $.10;
1 .1 -.4 , r.. k. ,E ,,
rew wheels, 816 up, Zd hand $5 up. Omaha
bicycle Co., 16th and Chicago ata.
. , trn
FOR SALE, pictures and mouldings, sepa
rate or together, on account of leaving
city, tttar Art w, 24 jceavenwortn.
q Mm i
FOR BALE, a 911 aire handsome body
urusseii rug, at a bargain, inquire i
Harney. i M41J 24
FOR BALE, a young Durham cow, yery
gentie, just irean; a good mnxr, at r2a
Webster Bt. Q 431 IT
FOR BALE, at a bargain, electric, two-pas
senger runarjout, nne conoition, new bat-
wwiiri uiubv veil, t Indian
apolis, Ind. Q M440 24
MRB. FRITZ, clairvoyant 1614 Casa Bt
MME. QTLMER, Omaha's celebrated
patmist, nas returneo to tne city after
an extended journey throughout the
country, ana is now at tne present ad
dress, 115 Bo. 16th Bt, Granite block.
MMB. SMITH, baths, 111 N 16, Id floor. R. 1
MME. AMEB, vapor baths, 124 N. 15th, R. 7.
A -loS A.1I
HE BIQHED, aha sighed, and then they
eignea siae oy siae aown oy tne river
eloe. He had forgotten his
The only kind she would let him smoke.
HAIRDRESSINO, manicuring and chirop
ody, tor laaies ouiy, in coiineuuon wun
xat oainery, .it-g xe iwig. u u
PRIVATE) hospital, before and during con-
nnement; oaoies adopted, uue urant et
Mrs. Gardels. Tel. F-U8.' U-2U
RUPTURE permanently cured in 80 to W
days; sena tor circular, o. 0. wood, M. li.,
621 ttr lork Lite Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
VIAVA, woman's way to health. Home
treatment- Booklet xree. we Bee King.,
omana. u tin
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wl-.olesale
ana reiau. coiuns A'lano.co., ituz uoug-
uia. u am
CHIROPODY a specialty, In connection
wun i ne catnery, rooms uo-m, xsee if tag.
Tel. 171(1. U-81H
0&AAuf waa. vjr iiu uaiiuiwaiiiii o, M
connection witn Tne Batnery, aa-ix. Bee
Duuaing. xei. ill. uii
PRIVATE home for ladles before and dur
ing confinement; babies adopted.' 2820
Buraette. Mrs. Burget. u muds Kt'
BARGAINS In bicycles left for repair;
new ones at reduced prices. Louis
i- lescner, lezi capitoi ave. c auui ztt
DR. B. M. JACKSON, room 4, Frenser
block, chronio diseases specialty; con-
sultaUon free. U 411
TEL. 780 for L. M. E. messengers.
ELITE PARLORS, CS Bo. 16th St, Id floor,
U 101 AM
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. IS. Jd floor, R X.
tJ M2fK AJs
When You Write
. to Advertisers,
remember tt only takea an extra, stroke of
two cf the pen to mention the fact that
you saw tne aa in Tne Bee.
MONEY. TO LOAN REAL ESTATE..
REAL ESTATE I have private funds to
loan on city residence property in sums
of $600 and up at 6 and bVi per cent inter'
est. uive uescnpuon oi property and
amount wauica. jiuureas p m net,
W M36J M
MONEY to lean on Improved Omaha real
estate. jreuuaa-jove CO., so a. 18th.
4Vs PER CENT on business property.
s per ceni on resiuence properly.
Options to pay whole or part any time.
W. B. MEIKLE, 401 S. 16th St.
WANTED City loans and warrant. W
farnam amun co., ikn Karnam St
FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H.
n V. . n s VI... K1 1 ..... 1- Ti 1 .1 M,.., .....
tMWIUMf A I. U.U. B1US- - I VI. in
WANTED City and farm loans; also bonds
and warrants. K, C. Petera Co., 1701
r arnara ou, en niug, w mt
LOW RATES. Private money.
rAinc inynamcni' UUMrAMI,
Mala Floor Now York Life Bldg.
I PER CENT loans. Garvin Broa, 1604
farnam. . w &V)
PRIVATE Money. F. D. Wead, 1624 Douglas.
HOO UP; low rate. Prlchard, 1711 Farnam.
PRIVATE money. Sherwood, 837 N. Y. L.
t TO 6 P. C. money. Bemls, Paxton Blk.
PRIVATE money to loan on farm land
ana city property. Address a at. Bee.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS,
We have It to loan in amounts from $10.08
up on rumuura, pianos, warenouse re
ceipts, live stock, etc. we also make
without mortgage or lndoraer to persona
who have a permanent Doalilon.
We give you the full amount of the loan
in casn ana we ao not cnarge for making
papers or filing mortals.. With ua vou
have the option of keeping the money fur
one month or six, or longer, and you need
not pay for It louger than you keep It.
We hope by this advertisement to have
you give ua a trial and we expect to re
tain your paii-uuaae uy iair treatment,
I am mono oi our ouice la iry 10 fleas.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
Ill Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 825.
Oaiabllshed UJ.) IM H. ltu St.
SHORT ROUTE TO PAY "DAY.
Loans to salaried people
UPON THEIR PLAIN NOTE.
No mortgage, Indorser or publicity.
These loans made quickly and quietly.'
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.,
Room 808, Thiid Floor, Paxton Block.
LARGEST BUSINESS JN LOANS TO
BAUAriiEU nturiiA;, merchants, team
atara. boarding houses, etc. without se
curity: easiest terms: 40 erhcea In nrin.
cipal due. Tolman, 40 Board of Trade
Bldg. X tul
MONEY loaned on furniture, live stock.
jeweiry, 10 salaried popie. jrolay laa
co., sue. te una ureea. e iaraer Block.
LOANS, household furniture, pianos and
an ainos 01 cnauei security j terms tt
suit; no publicity: goods remain 111 your
poaarsaiou. American oan CO., sa noor,
raxion otoca. A. eie
Chattel and Salary Loans,
PHOENIX IHHUT t o,
Successor to J. W. Tayioe.
Tel. 746. at Paxton Block.
MONEY loaned e.i Dlanoa. furnttui. taw
try, noraea, cows, ete. c. r. need, lit a 18,
MONEY loaned on plain note to ealartod
people; auainesa connaeitlai; lowest ralea.
$14 rax tea bio a. iu . A. uutton co.
TO ORT In or out of business call on Wil
liams, Room 411, Mccsguo Building.
A BUSINESS MAN
acquire controlling Interest In a profit-
e and rapidly Increasing legitimate
nnf mnl nrl ittf lilielneaa fanltal rannlrai4
.000 jo $."i. This la worth Investlgat
g. 1. It Johnson. N. Y. Life.
FOR 8AT,K OR RENT, best 31 day hotel In
gooa town or immi; nve years lease; com
pletely furnlahed, electric and gas light,
steam heat, three railroads, etc. Address
E 44, Bee. Y MS6J $5
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
rour busmen or property quick, se j.
I. Johnson. Ml N. I Ufa. Y-MJW
TO BUT, sell or exchange a buslnrsa, call
on C. J. Canan, IC 8, lill Farnam Bt.
When You Write
remember It oaiy takes an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention the fact that
you saw the ad In The Pea '
RAWFRY FDR SAt F.
A fine bakery, nicely located, doing a good
h,vln. laroA ..1.11 r. .1 I
win pay you to investigate tnis. Address
hi 61, Bee. Y-tt
F. M. CURRIE, Sargent b.. offers 1.200
neaa or good native 8 and s-year-oia
steers for sale. Ha also calls the atten
tion of the readers of The Bee to his
regular monthly sale of horses to be
held at Sargent July 21 At this time he
will offer about 800 head of horses for
sale. These are native, unbranded horses
of excellent quality. Y 178 84
WHOLESALE bakery for' sale, rood loca
tion and good trade; tailing neaitn is rea
son for selling; new brick oven. Address
Box 875, Geneva, Neb. Y-M227
FOR BALE Complete millinery stock and
nxtures. opposite postomce, bo, omana.
HALF or entire interest in a new railroad
nventlon, just patented. Address J. G.
IV., 8336 Fowler Ave. Y 436 23
EQUINE RECORD CO.
Proven best dividend paying Investment of
K!0 century, write tor particulars.
EQUINE RECORD CO., i6 Broadway,
Pi. X. . 1 M438 84
RAILROAD man or machinist, with some
money, can secure an established busi
ness which will pay from $100 to $200 per
month. This Is offered by a first-class
house and will bear close investigation.
F 27, Bee. Y M441 24
THE MARKS BUSINESS COMPANY,
Promoters of Industries.
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
Business Chances Bought and Sold.
Partners Furnished. Special Atten
tion to the Sale of Furnlshet Houses.
Rooming Houses, Hotels, Cigar and
News Stands. Groceries, Meat Mar
kets, Dry Goods Stores, Millineries
-and all claaces of Business. Capital
secured for Patents. Stocks of Mer
Advance money to buyers on easy terms.
If you are looking for small or lar.-e In
vestments we can help you, -or should you
wish to Increase your business and want
capital, let us know.
we alve everything prompt attention and
guarantee satisfaction, call or write.
BAitita ii u oirv t-na 00.
436 GOOD BLOCK. DE8 MOINES.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATAu.
IF YOU want one of the ' nicest 8-room
homes in Hansoom Place I will give you
a bargain. Owner Wt city. Must sell.
J. H. Sherwood, 887 N. Y. L. Bldg.
SEE PAYNE. BOSTWICK ft CO. for oilolcS
bargains. vi ti. z. ure Bldg. Tel. 1016.
HOUSES, lots, (arms, ranahes, Mans; also
nre insurance. , Bemia, paxton block.
I ' .... T . RK-848
HOUSES and lots in all parts of city; also
. .A. t.rnn.rl. mnA ?- Unit. '-Tfc. f W
L)avis CO.. Atoom 608, isee buuoips
A MONTHLY payment bargain In 8-room
nouse. u. an. fnatunger. x'none 409.
GEORGE O. WALLACE, real estate, mort
gage, rentals, insurance, Brown block.
. . . ' . RE SU
RANCH and farm lands for sale by the
Union Faclflo Railroad company. B. A.
McAllester, land commissioner, Union Pa
cific Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
WHY PAY RENT? OWN YOUR HOME!
See the Industrial Home Company of
America. Best plan on eanni unice za
Hoard 01 Trade Dial- omana. rc M.
' wuae, manager. ra aiai ais
140 ACRES. 1H miles northwest of Irving
ton, all under cultlvatipn and nrst-ciass
' land. Prlre. ICS an acre. If 'you are look-
ing for a farm don't fall to let ua show
you tnis. Tne nyron . iteea co. oie
Agents), Z1Z o. 14tb st. Kl M420
$20.00, r v
BUYS A LAMBERT
Fast, efficient, durable. Simplest, easiest
to learn, use ana care tor.
BUILT FOR BUSINESS.
Let us show you. Bent on approval.
MONROE 4 CO.,
', ,811 North 16th St, Omaha.
WE BEG TO ANNOUNCE that having auc-
ceeaea tne unitea Typewriter ana Hup
plies company we will remain In the same
location and carry in connection with the
New Century a full line of Invincible sup
plies for all machines. We shall be glad
to have your patronage and we assure the
most courteous and prompt attention to
all orders. American Writing Machine
Co., 4is Boutn utn bt 'Phone Xito.
GOLD cuff button with red set Retura to
Aee omce. Aost 771
LOST, pair of nose glasses, Sunday, be
tween mm ana tiarnt. and P. O. ijrave
ai mis vines or no my tsi. Lriw. Ate-
wira. CiOSl 4U H
81000 REWARD wilt be paid at Bee omce
lor return of ring round July 21 in ladles'
touet room ct xsenraaaa Clothing Co.
Lost 437 23
LOST, between Isard st and Boyd theater
lady's pearl "sunburst" pin. Return to
u jaarq st. rtewarq. ioat M447 Z4
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
A. C. VAN 8 ANT'S school. 717 N. Y. Life.
BOYLES college, court reporter principal,
1. Ull. nne
NEB. Business 4 Shorthand College, Boyd's
1 neater. goo
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
(TILLMAN ft PRICE. U. S. N't Bk. Bid.
NEB. Collection Co., 806 N. Y. Life Bldg.
D. W. DUDGEON. B10 Farnam. tel. 13.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO.. cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes garbage and
dead animale at reduced pries. U N. 16.
aet. tut, ,
DR. FRIES, the acknowledged leading
specialist in aisesses of women In Omaha,
would call the attention of suffering
ladles to his unsurpassed acconimod tlone
before and during confinement and hla
treatment for Irregularities, no matter
what cause. Call or address, with stamp,
Dr. Pries, Arlington Block, 1618 Doc's,
LADIES' Chichester's English Pennyroyal
i-iiia are tne nest; sare; rename, rake no
other. Bend 4c, stamps, for particulars,
"Relief for Ladles" In letter by return
mall. Ask your drugrlac Chichester
Chemical Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
OID. E. ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
oune 010, in. i, iue stag, imu net.
DR. A. T. HUNT, 618 McCague Bid. TeL
MRS. ORACE DEEGAN, 638 Bee building.
lei. in Alt
AN UNEXCELLED opportunity for active
party witn sb.uuu to $10,000 capital, to be
come largely Interested in profitable busi
ness; money secured; will bear strict
investigation; full details only to those
Interested. Marks Business Co., Good
block, Des Moines. Ia. M419 87
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts, 8c; collars,
sc; cutis, c iiov ieavenwonn. Aei. a-i &.
BEST laundry. The Chicago, 'phone n6.
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; an business confidential. lJUl Douglas.
ALPIRN buys all kinds of scrap Iron and
meiaia. mi uougias at. iei. zit. sou
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY. Tele
phone 8190. oil South Thirteenth street.
TRUNKS AND BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY EXP. 'Phone 1717. 808 8. 16th.
L. Mr E. hauls trunks. Tel. 780. -MM
GRAND Electrio Co., 16 ft Jackson. Tel. 2846.
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg.
OIL Van Btor Co., 16UH Farn. Tela. 1569-86S.
PATENTS Sues Co., Bee Bldg., Omaha;
iiu iee unless succeasiui; advice iree.
S1 Sept 19
L. HENDERSON, 1618 Farnam. Tel. 1361
oena tor price list, cut nowere and plants.
QUICK messenger service. Tel. 1017.
. M405 Augll
ELECTR'IC AUTOMOBILES. Derlgbt'a,
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., 8U North ltth.
OMAHA Plating Co.. Bee Bldjf. TeL 1636.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kind of carpenter work and repair-
ma inuiiipiij AiiruuFu iv. a. a. vcmiiree,
20th and Lake streets. 470
F. MELCHIOR, llth and Harney, ma-
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks. make a spe
cialty 01 nre escapes, snutters, doors and
safes. G. Andreen, Prop., 101 8. 10th St
ICB CREAM SODA.
SARATOGA ice cream soda, one price,
6c; one quality, the best S. W. cor. !4th
Ames ave. 118 A16
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners, 1424 8. 13th.
Sharpened, repaired. L L Wks., 1408 Howard.
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested.
as changes may occur at any time.)
Fnraian malls for the week ending July
26. 1802. will close (PROMPTLY in all cases)
at the general postomce as follows: parcels
post malls close one hour earlier than
closing time shown below. Parcels post
mails xor uermany cioss at s p. m. weanes
day. Rerular and supplementary malls close at
foreign station half hour later than closing
time shown below (except that supplement
ary malls for Europe and Central America
via colon close one nour later at rvreign
THURSDAY At 6:80 a. m. for EUROPE.
per s. a. F. Bismarck, via Plymouth.
Cherbourg and Hamburg (mail for
France. Swltserland. Italy. Spain, Portu
gal, Turkey, Egypt, Greece. British India
and Lorenzo Marques must be directed
"per a. s. F. Bismarck"); at 7 a. m. for
FRANCE. SWITZERLAND. ITALY,
BDl IU UADTIil A T TI ' D L' L'V CilVPT
GREECE. BRITISH INDIA and LOR
ENZO MArlWUh.2, per s. a. La Bavoie,
via Havre (mall for other parts of Eu
rope must be directed "per a. a. La
SATURDAY At 6 a. m. for EUROPE. Per
s. s. Umbria, Via Queens town; at 7:30
a. m. for NETHERLANDS direct, per
s. s. Noordsm (mall must be directed
"per s. e. Noordam"); at 8:80 a. m. for
SCOTLAND direct, per s. s. coiumDi
(mall must be directed "per s. s. Co-
. lumbla"): at 10 a. m. for BELGIUM dl
rect. per s. s. Kroonland (mall must be
directed "per s. s. Kroonlanr""; at 11
a. m. lor uisnmark airect, per a. s.
Island (mall must be directed ''per a. a.
PRINTED MATTER. ETC. This steamer
takee printed matter, commercial papers
and samples for Germany -only. Ths
same class of mall matter fur 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 supplementary mails are opened
on the pisrs or tne American, EnalPtn
French and German steamers and remain
open until within ten minutes of the hour
of sailing of steamer.
Malls for Seata. aad Ceatral America,
Weat ladle. Bte.
THURSDAY At 8 a. m. for CUBA. YU
CATAN. CAMPECHE. TABASCO and
CHIAPAS, per e. a. Monterey (mall for
Other parts i,l Mexico must bs directed
"per s. s. Monterey"); st 11 m. for BAR
BADOS and NORTHERN BRAZIL, ber
s s. Basil, via Para and Manaos; at
1:10 p. m. for JAMAICA, per s. s. Admiral
Schley, from Boston; at 11.30 p. m. for
V L. ' V ' ' X I . T Afejlv ai l ,
yvt m. m. isiuvria.il
FRIDAY At 1 t. m for BRAZIL, per s
s. Kartlr Prince, via Rio de Janeiro and
Santos (mall for northern Bra ill. Argen
tina. I'ruauav and Parasuav must be
directed "met s. (. Katfir Prince"); at
6 p. m. for BERMUDA, per sleamrr
SATURDAY At I n. tn. slpplemntBry
$. a. m.) for PtiRTO Rico (via Hun
Juan), CURACAO and VENEZUELA, per
e. a. Caracas (mall for Savanilla ami
Cartagena must be directed "pr s. a.
Caracas at a. m. for ARGENTINE,
URttlUAY and TARAOUAY. r s. s.
Arabiatan; at $ .80 a. m. (supplementary
10:30 a. ro ) for FORTUNE ISLAND, JA
MAICA. SA VANILLA and CARTAGENA,
per a 8. Alleghany (mall for Cost Klca
must be 4llrevleU "per s. s. Alleghany");
at :. a. m. (supplementary 10 ) a. m i
for HAITI and BANTA MARTA, per s.
. s. Alps; at 10 a. m. for CUBA, per a. .
Morro Castle, via Havana; at IS :d p. m.
for CUBA, per s. s. Ollnda (ordinary mall
only, which must be directed "per a. s.
1 ' 1
Mails for Newfoundland, by rail to North
Sydney, and thence by steamer, close at
this oftlce dally ut 6:80 p. m. (connecting
close here every Monday. Wedneaday and
Saturday). Mails for Mlquelon, by rail
to Boston, and thence by steamer, close
at this office dally at 6:80 p. m. Malls
for Cubs, by rail to Florida, and thence
by steamers, are dlspatrhad dally, except
Thursday, final connecting closes, for dis
patch via Port Tampa, on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Saturdays at 5:30 a. m.:
for dispatch via Miami, on Mondays and
Saturdaya at 6:80 p. m. Mails for Mexico
City, overland, unless specially addressed
for dispatch by steamer, close at this
office dally except Sunday at 1:30 p. m.
and 11:30 p. m., Sundays at 1 p. m. and
11:30 p. m. Mails for Costa Rica, Bellas,
1'uerto Cortes and Guatemala, by rail to
New Orleans, and thence by steamer,
close at this office dally except Sunday
at 1:80 p. m., Sundays at i. m. (con
necting closes here Mondays for Bellie,
Puerto Cortes and Guatemala, and Tues
days for Costa Klca). Registered mall
closes at I p. m. previous day,
Malls for China and Japan, via Vancouver
and Victoria, B. C, close here dally at
6:80 p. m. up to July 22, Inclusive, for
dispatch per a, a. Empress of India
(registered mall must be specially ad
dressed. Merchandise for U. B. postal
agency cannot be forwarded via Can
ada). Malls for China -and Japan, via Seattle,
close here daily at 6:30 p. m. up to July
"tn, Inclusive, for dispatch per s. c. lyo
Maru. (Registered mall must be directed
Malls for the Philippine Islands, via San
Francisco, close here dally at 6:80 p. m.
up to July 16, Inclusive, for dispatch
per U. 8, transport.
Malls for Hawaii, Japan, China and first
class matter for the Philippine Islands,
via San Francisco, close here dally at
6 30 p. m. up to July 87, inclusive, for
dispatch per e. s. Peru.
Malls for Hawaii, via San Francisco, close
here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to July 28,
Inclusive, for dispatch per a. s. Alameda.
Mails for Hawaii, China, Japan and first
class matter for the Philippine Islands,
via San Francisco, close here dally at
6:o p. m. up to August "i, inclusive, for
dispatch per a. a. Coptic.
Malls for Australia (except West Au
stralia, wnicn is rorwaroea via j-jurope),
New Zealand, FIJI, Samoa end Hawaii,
via San Francisco, close here dally at
6.80 p. m. after July 19, and up to Au
gust , inclusive, or on arrival of g. s.
Campania, due at New York August ,
for dispatch per s. a. 8brra.
Malls for Australia (exQ pt West Au
stralia, wnicn goes via liurope, ana Mew
Zealand, which goes via San Francisco),
and FIJI Islands, via Vancouver and Vic-
torla, B. C, close here dally at 6:80 p.
m. after August 8 and up to August
16, inclusive, for dispatch per a. s. Mlo
wera. Malls for Tahiti and Marquesas Islands,
via Ban . rancisco, oiose nere daily at
6:80 p. m. up to August 16, inclusive,
for dispatch per s. s. Mariposa.
Transpacific malls are forwarded to port
01 sailing aauy ana tne scneauie or clos
ing is arranged nn the presumption of
their uninterrupted overland transit
Registered mall closes at 6 p. m. pre
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster.
Postoflice, New York, N. Y July 18, 1901.
PROPOSAL8 FOR BUILDING MATE
rlals, plumbing and electrical supplies,
hardware, etc. U. 8. Indian School, Genoa,
Neb., July 23, 1902. Sealed proposals en
dorsed "Proposals for Building Materials,
etc.," and addressed to the undersigned at
Genoa. Neb., will be received at the Indian
School until two o'clock P- m. of Augtist
13, 1802. for . furnishing and delivering at
tne scnooi, aa required during tne nscal
year ending. June 80, 1003, a quantity of
lumber, tin roofing, builders' hardware,
mlllwork, paints, lime, sand, cement slate,
a boiler and radiation, pipe and fittings,
pipe coverings, electrical supplies, plumb
ing, etc., etc., a full list and specifications
being obtainable at the school. Bidders
will please state specifically the croDosed
price of each article to be offered under
contract; all articles so offered will be
subject to a rigid Inspection. The right Is
reserved to reject any and all bids or any
?art of any bid If deemed for the best In
erests of the service. Each bid must be
accompanied by a- certified check or draft
upon some United States deDosltorv or
solvent national bank, made payable to the
order of the commissioner of Indian affairs,
for at least nve per cent of the amount
of the proposal, which check or draft
shall be forfeited to the United States In
case a bidder recclvlnat an award shall fall
to execute promptly a satisfactory contract
In accordance with his bid, otherwise to be
returned to the bidder. Bids accompanied
py casn in lieu 01 certinea cneca will not
be considered. For further information
apply to W. ti. Wtnslow, Superintendent
CHIEF OUARTERMASTWR'O OFFICE!.
Omaha. Neb.. June 21. :802. Sealed pro
posals, in triplicate, subject to the usual
conditions, will be received at this office
until 10 a. m., central standard time, July
a, ivux, ior rurnistiing material ana laDor
in Installing of steam heating plants In the
commanding officer's quarters and five
double sets officers' quarters at Fort Robin
son, Neb. Full information furnlahed on
application to this oftlce, where plans and
specifications may be seen, or to the quar
termaster, r on xAODinson. xroposais 10 oe
marked, "Proposals 'or Steam Heating,"
and addressed to JOHN W. PULLMAN.
cmei quartermaster. jmatuyiv-xi
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE.
Omaha. Neb.. July 23. 1808. Sealed nro
posals, in triplicate, will be received at this
omce, ana at omce 01 quartermaster at
Fort Reno. Okla.. until 10 a. tn.. central
time. August 12. 1902. for furnishing 226.000
pounds oats at r ort Reno, Okla. proposals
lor delivery at otner points will be enter
tained. U. 8. reserves rlfrht to reject or
accept any or an proposals, or any part
thereof. Information furnished on applica
tion here, or to quartermaster at poat
named. Envelopes containing proposals
should be marked "PrODOsala for Oats "
addressed to undersigned or to Quartermas
ter uort Ateno, oaia. jnu. w. pullman.
c w. at. u -j yt-za-20-ZB-A-
To Whom it Sliy Concern Notion Is" here
by given that the Board of Commissioners
Uta day of August, 1802, and until noon of
that day, receive bids at Bassett, Nebraska,
for the construction of a bridge crossing
the Niobrara river at a point on or near
the half-section line dividing section 30,
north and south, in township 82, range 18,
wnicn bridge .snail pe ox tne following gen
eral character: i
Of sufficient length to span said river
from bank to bank, including Island, and
about ouo feet; pile ana stringer, under
truss, wood bridge; white oak piling, 84
feec 11 lnchee at butt and driven at Wast
24 feet Into the ground; bents 36 feet apart.
4 plies to tne pent; Dents protected oy
piling ice breaks, with railroad Iron protec
tion, and benla or piles under same pro
tected by two-inch white oak plank: string
ers of Oregon fir, 4x11 Inches, laid 11 Inches
irora center io center; iwooi roadway
two and one-halt-inch white oak plank
.. a r. r.. Im. than n n a I r. , X ... Ata n.
4 truss rods to each span; railing I feei
high, substantial, hard pine, caps on piles
white oak. 12x12; bridge to be 6 feet above
low water mark, and to be painted. All
material to be nrat-ciass oi kind named.
Plans and specifications In county clerk's
All bids must be accompanied by plans
and specifications, and also bond as re
quired by law, and no bid will be considered
unless accompanied py uond.
Rlaht reserved to reluct any or all bids.
By order of the Board of Commissioners
of Rock county, oatea July 8. lwiz.
O. A. HILLBURG, County Clerk.
PROPOSALS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF
MASONRY WATER UAM f'OR CHrCl
ENNE. (WYO.) WATERWORKS -Office
of the City Clerk. Cheyenne. Wyo.. July 21,
102. Sealed proposals will be received by
the city clerk of Cheyenne, Wyo, at his
office in said city until noon of Thursday,
August 21, 12, for the construction of a
masonry dam on tne Middle ora or crow
Plans and specifications for the proposed
work may oe seen at me omcra or tne cir
clerk or the city engineer, and blank form
of proposaia will be furnished by the city
Eac h bid must be enclosed In a sealed
envelope, snd must be accompanied by
certified check for 11.00 0u as a guarantee
that the successful bidder will enter into
Bidders must furnish satisfactory svl-
I.F.n 41. NOTICE.
enre of their ability to do the class of
nicts win be opened at a special meeting
f the city rouni II of said cltr of Chev-
nne. Wyo.. lo he held on Thursday. Auau'st
2L lf2, at 8 o'clock p. tn.
J. I., muhkat. Mavor.
E. A. ABRT, City clerk. JyS4KOD13t
4ILWAY TIMB CAHD.
BI RCINGTON STATION IOTH MASON
Barllagtoa ft Mlsaearl River.
more. Beatrice and
Lincoln a 6:40 ant
Ml :t am
a 7 .46 pm
A 6:46 vm
braika Kx press a 8:4i am
iver Limited a 4.26 pro
lack Hills and l'uget
Sound Express all:10 pm a 8:10 pro
a 8:10 pm
a 6:17 am
a 3:27 am
Lincoln Fast Mall b 8:10 pm
ort crook ana natte
mouth b 8:80 pra
ffiirvniie ok r n- mi di i.n i .is in
Bellevue ft Paclflo Jet. .a 8:00 am
evntie ft Facitic Jet. a 7 ro nn
Kansas City, St. Joseph ft Coaaell
Kansas City Day Ex. ...a 8:10 am a 6r"S pm
St. Louis Flyer a 6:10 pm ell:l8 era '
Kansas City Night Ex..aiu:80 pm a 6:16 am
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, e Bun-
ar onlr. a Daiir except Saturday, e Dally
Chieaac. Alarllngtoa AY ttaiaey.
Chicago Special a 7:00 am a 4m4 pm
Chicago Vestlbuled Ex. a :) pm a 7:60 am
Chicago Local a 6:86 am all KM pm
imcago u nil tea a 6:u pm a 7:30 am
Fast Mall a 1:46 pm
UNION STATION IOTH AND MARCT.
Chicago, Rocat Island ft Paclflo.
a 6:48 am
a 6 86 pm
a 64 era
a 1:86 pro-
Chicago Daylight Lim
ited , a e:ns am
Chicago Daylight a 7:00 am
Chicago Expreas bll:) am
Dee Moines juocai a 6:20 pra
Chicago Fast Express. ..a 6:06 pm
Rocky Mountain Lim
ited a s:mi am
Lincoln, Colo. Springs,
a 4:56 am
A , ,
a 6:43 pm
lenver, a'ueoio ana
West 1:80 pm
Colo., Texas, Cal. ft
Okianoma r iyer a a:zv pm
Overland Limited a 8:40 am
a 7:30 pra
a 8:8 pm
Fast Mall... a 8:60 am
California suxpress a : pin
a 1 ;wj am
Colorado Special : 7:10 am
ijincoin. xMitftv .im
Bt. I.ouls "Cannon Ball"
Express a : pm a s:sv ara
St. Louis Local. Council
piufls a s io am mu m pra
ntromsbura Ex b 4:06 pm btl SO pm
Grand Island Local b 6:80 pm b 6:86 pra
Chicago A Northwesters.
The Northwestern Line."
Fast Chicago a 8 40 am S 7:00 am
Mail a 8:00 pm a 8:80 am
Local Sioux City a6:luara 8:60 pm
Daylight St. Paul a 7 Jt an. alO:8S pra
Pay light Chicago a 8:00 am all:) pm
Local cnicago ..uv.n am a d;v pm
Local Carroll 3 66 pra al0:0J am
Fast Chicago a tioo pra a ;w pra
Limited Chicago a 7:4a pm a 8:80 ara
Fast Bt. A"aui ipiu o:dv am
Fast Mall :40 pm
lxcal dioux cuy . im u.v ,m
Illinois CentraL 1
Chicago Express a 7:10 am a 6:16 pm
Chlcaici, Mlnnespolls ft ' J
Bt Paul umiim a iibv pm av saw aiai
Minnespolis ft St Paul
Exoresa t) 7:20 am . bl0: pm
Chicago Express alojp pra
St Louis Express a 10:00 am a :K pm
K. C ft BU l- nx a-iv.ov pis a m:ui aai
Chloaato, Hilwaaket A St. PaaU.
Chicago Umited a 8:00 pm a 8 HIS am
Chicago ft Omaha Ex.. to 7:40 am b 8:40 pm
WEBSTER DEPOT IOTH 8k WEBSTER
a 8:00 pm a tM pra
Black Hills, DeadwoocS,
Douslaa d 3:00 pm fM pm
Hastings, York, DaviA
City, superior, uenava. - . .
Kxeter and Sewaxd....b 3:00 pm b 6:00 pm
Norfolk, Lincoln and
Fremont .......b 7:80 am blOdS am
Fremont Local ........ ..a 7:80 am
Chloaso, St. Paal, Mlaneapalla ,ft
Twin City Passenger.... a 6:80 am a 6:05 pnt
Sioux City Passenger. ..a 3:00 pm all:20 am
Emerson Local v..b 1:40 pm b 6:46 am
Nebraska Local, Vl
Waeplng water o :ui pm miv.m ara
New York-Rotterdam, via. Boulogpa, 8. M.
Hew j. win-ocrew a. ui w,ww m.m ,....
July 2. luA M
Aug. 1, 10 A. M.
10 A. M
Harry Moores, 1601 Farnam
street; J. S.
McMany, im raxnara street;
Jones. 1602 Farnam street: Louie
First National Batik, Omaha.
Summir Tours on Laka Hlchlgas.
Ins exelotlnlr, makes thr sainat
,r View. l'r4Mker, H.cklnl. ana. fa-
SiasrBtrlt,BaaUandl) Ssitsr rataU.
i aausa CHieACO AS FOLLOWS!
Xsw.a.a. Tkar. lOiatea.a. aatV.i.a.
OFFICE ft DOCKS, lush and M. Water Sta, CMosae.
ASKS COURT FOR RELIEF.
Master Plamber Objeots to Havlaaj '
Ills Mea Calleel Oat by
NEW YORK, July 21. Vice Chancellor
Emery today granted a rule to show cause, '
returnable on Tuesday next, why an in
junction should not be Issued restraining
Journeyman Plumbers' union No. 24 ant .
Walking Delegate William E. Ryan from
Interfering with the business of Charles T.
McOuIre, a master plumber, fcy continuing
to call out members o(tb organization .
employed by him.
McOulre claims that the union has called
out several of his men during the last two
months in retaliation for. hla refusal to
reinstate another employe who had quit
work because of McOulre's refusal to dis
charge an apprentice.
CATTLE HAVE TEXAS FEVER
Slxty-Oae Head Shipped from Mia
aoarl to Illlaets Ara
SPRINGFIELD. 111.. July 21. Pr.
Tiffany, state veterinarian, returned today ,
from Btronghurst, Henderson county,
where he has been Investigating diseases
He found that sixty-one bead of native
Missouri cattle, shipped from that etate
and sold to various parties at Strong
hurst, were suffering from Texas fever
and that nineteen had died.
Or. Tiffany believes that the. care wee
infected and that the disease will spread.
The cattle dealer is pronounced Innocent
of any knowledge that the C'n'Ue bad fever
when be shipped them.
Will Make loa Feel Yaaacer.
Electric Bitten are a marvelous tenia,
and work wonders for a weak, run-down
system. Try them. Only (Oe.
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