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THE OMA1TA PATIY ItEEt FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1002.
Aaerttaa fa theaa lama
wilt takes til IS a. fv tk
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fr SaaJay Jltloa.
atee, I 13 a. war Irit laeertf
! a ward thereafter. Nctblaig takes
tmw lese tbaa S5 fa th Seat twaev
tla. These advertisement fwaat be
Advertleera, kr reawastlao)
teres) cknk, caa have miwim ad-
f Tk Bee Aitwtn adrael will
he fellveraa yvaaaataxls f th
heels mlr. .
WANTED, a position aa bookkeeper by a
young man or good natm. ojain-s col
lege graduate and food recommendations.
Address S. H. Ellison, Box a, fit. Edward,
Neb. A M422 28
k STENOGRAPHER When you want one
call the Kemlngton Typewriter office, 161
aarnam atreet. 'lelepnone l&ii.
i . A-M45 A24
WANTED MALU HELP,
88 FOR HALF A CAT'S WORK.
It you Uva In tba country or in a amall
town and hevs a guud acquaintance
among the farmer and stock raisers In
tba neighborhood you can make 16 eauliy
and wa will send you our proposition.
m J ivui a..w a.,. nvtx ii nil tm
Tha Bee Publishing Co., Solicitors lwpc,
vtusna, neo. i iu-ia
WANTED, a good man In every county to
take subscriptions for The Twentieth
Century Farmer. Our agents make good
wages everywhere. References required.
I Address Twentieth Century farmer.
Umtut, eb. o u
DEMONSTRATOR to explain medlcologv,
I fov par ween. mx:nDaugu, euu vtare iu
1 WANTED. Insurance men of experience
1 can oiLer yuu m a "vvi lumf. . . a. ua.
436 Board of Trade Bldg.
When You Write
remember it only takes an extra atroka or
1 two ot the pen to mention the fact that
you aaw tne aa in ins .
WANTED Live, energetic man residing In
Nebraska .to represent rename nouse
not necessarily salesman; light work
salary and expenses: young man pre
ferred. Address Manager K Winner, S68
Dearborn, Chicago. . . , B m -
SPLENDID chance (or men to learn barbe
trade now and take positions waiting our
graduates; tools presented; wages Baiur
petent; call or write. Moler Barber Col
- lege. 1623 Farnam at. B M37S 26
WANTED, first-class tinner; shop and roof
work. Bower, Bros., Ulenwood, la.
.WANTED, bench men; steady work. Ap
ply H. Ehrllch A Bona' factory, St,
Joseph, Mo. B M4Z1 28
WANTED, young man that has worked In
bakery shop about three years; will pay
88 a week, board anu room, year rouna;
. loo. John O. Bahde. Wahoo, Neb,
FOR steam shovel work. Night or day
gang. One and one-half miles east of
Broadway motor. Council Bluffs. Hall
Grading at Contract company.
, B MI20 29
WANTED At once, first-class barber; no
boose flKhter or barber school graduates
need apply; 114 per week and no Sunday
work. Auureu a. vv. Ldncuin, nnimvr
lain. Bo. Uuk. B M.467
EXPERIENCED mala stenographer who
. operates Remington typewriter, f in,
' Bee. a miw ax
. WANTED, baker for Wyoming; man and
wife, cooks and flunkey, tor Montana,
yardman Wyoming, uu 8. -aith,- Western
. riaiiway Labor Agency. -Mt2S
WANTKD FMALU HELP.
WANTED, two young lady students to
learn halrdressiiia. manicuring ana chl-
ropody and sclentlllo massage. Call or
write Boom km. Bee Biug. C 30
.100 Qlrls. Call Canadian office, Utb ft Dodg
'WANTED Lady cook. Eureka. Kesta
rant, loot Case St. C i&m
bookkeeper and stenographer.
67. Bee. C 2U1
WANTED, a girl' for general housework,
r small family. Mr. Hall, 2216 Sherman
1 ave. ' - ; C 21
WANTED, a competent girl for housework.
' Mra. M. E. Dumont, 3642 Lafayette Ave.
i v C 234
AT ONCE, ladles to travel In the west; a
splendid opportunity afforded women of
force and energy under our new plana and
Siethods. For information address M. B.
Uhlan, 334 Dearborn St., Chicago. ,
, 7 C-M37 lb
AT ONCE,' ladlea of neat appearance In
- every town in Uie United States; premiums
1 given with all goods'; a chance to make
big money. Address M. B. Flthlan, 824
, Dearborn st, Chicago. .C M3a0 26
COMPETENT girl, three In family, nil
So. Mth. Apply mornings.- c 410 w
'GIRL for general housework, small family.
64 80. l(Kh.- . - --C 43424'
FOR . RENT ROUSES.
IVANS and baggage wagona. Tel. 1126.
1 . . L 2i2
tllOl IQPQ l u Prt f clty- The O,
- w x . uavi
Co., bus Bee Bldg,
TivMOYE right set Omaha Van Storage
t cz.i omce uutt t arnam, or leis. IooK-mj.
' VeB PATNE. BOSTWICK At CO, for choica
houses, iui-l Sim 4. Lais Blug. Tel. lias.
I ' D-2SI
MAOGARD Van Storage Co. Tel. 14".
F. D. Wead, 1524 Douglns.
HOUSES and flats. Ringwalt, Barker block.
FOR RENT, large s-room house, city water,
lib 00: 2Ml Blondo. 7-room house. 162 N.
IM; l6.ta. The Omaha Really Co., lJul
Lougias st- ' - u-tn
OOOD modern 6-room kouae. 1504 Blondo,
1 a - aaL
HOUSES, stores. Bemls.
1812 N. HTH ST.. T rooms, bath. gas. barn
rent M. Wm. K. Potter, reoelver, Omaha
Loan and Trust Co., lul Brown block.
lift CHARLES, four-room cottage; ran
I1L Wm. K. Potter, receiver, Omaha
Loan aad Trust Co., 2ul Brown bloc a.
ELEGANT modern 8-room house. 20J So,
2blh St, Inquire at 1417 Jones 8L
HOUSES, Boyer, 22d and Cubing. Tel. 2043,
... u alias
MODERN house; I rooms, tfzt Jackson sr.
Wheeler at Wheeler, Douglas and laih sC
Tel. It. - . U alDMI
6-ROOM, all modern house, 2207 Sherman
ave.. a Ana one. 831. lai
'-room, all modern, luJl N.' M'h St., snothar
Una ons, 6u.im. U. s.vTurxingmn. lie.
VN EQUALLED, central,
rcoin house, t-rooni Hit.
Tlrd. 220 N.
FURNIRKD HOUSE. Kuuntse Place, mod
ern. 8 rooms, complete f ir houaektepina
Seasonable for month of Aucuat. K 18,
17 SPENCER ST., 10-roora bouse with.
gae. bath, furnace and uarn; nice lic
tion: rent tM. Wm. K. Potter, recelt
Omaha Loan and Tru.it Co., 202 Brow
noes- 1 u
JTU R N IT'R E for sale, house for rent. Call
Buorminga. aui iougiaa b i ii
For fikjit novsici.
FOR RENT, excellent six-room cottage. Cd tDHAND safe rhean Ierlckt. 1111 Fkrnsm. TO OET In or out of business call on Wll- DR. PRIES, the acknowledged leading
snd Csllfor" street. ood rVP,lr safe cheap. DerlCBH Ull Fkrnsm. 1UlMi Koom Mct,ul Bull(1D. specially In dljeasee of women In Omaha.
Choice neighborhood; til, Including watT ZIl- T- would call the attention i I
NnT 13?; Bid'.' " N- fll,Ur" B'm'1 At AUsTneSs" MAN ? teToV.' anT K'tTl'ST d' hi:
n, I. unsioi. um vttMM CAN aenulr rontrolllnk Interest In a r-roflt- treatment for Irreeulsrltlea. no matter
When You Write
rem em bar It only take an extra stroke ar
iwo ar tne pen t mention ua raot uu
you aaw tb a4 In Tba Be
WO modern brick houses, nearly new;
each nine rooms and laundry; So3 and 41
BouthJSih Ave., facing park: on street
car line: price, 140 InqviTre of J. M. Rlrh-
aras, uie bo. xza street. u tun
4011 SEWARD ST., 7-room modern except
furnace; good barn. Only ,an.
Ki N. 42d St., J-room, all modprn. $30.
Larg It-room house, tultabla for hotel or
ramily Hoarding houne.
nqulre Payne Investment Co., Main Floor
N. X. Lire bldg. u-n ii
FOR RENT, elegant brick, modern resi
dence, ziith ave., near Bt. Mary s ave.,
chea . Brennan-Lova Co., ftt S. 13th st.
D M4 10
FOR RENT, 10-room brick, modern resl-
aence, only a tew diocks irom poFiomcej
lust the thing for a first-class hoarding
house. tH a month. Brennan-Love Co.,
' B. 131 h st D M444 0
FOR RENT Fl'RKIf HED ROOMS.
ELEQANT rooms, finest location In the
city. lWt Capitol Ave. JC-MNa
LARGE front room, also small front room.
together or separately, wis ueugiss
DEWET European hotel, Utk and Farnam.
11 PER WEEK, 42) & Uth at., one block
soutn or court nouse.
E 777 At
ROOMS, first-class location. 2224 Fsrtiam.
MODERN rooms, furnished or unfurnished;
walking distance. 2001 Burt. E aa
FURNISHED roomg for gentlemen. 1716
cass st. tuBHia t
PLEA8ANT rooms, furnished or unfur
nished, two ensuita, bath. 1615 N. 20th-
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOAAJ).
Merrlam, comfortable summer home. Tel. 86.
THE Bonnie Brier, 1720 Dodge.
' T .
UTOPIA, 1721 Davenport Mt: roomg with
board; transients accommodated.
ROOMS and board,
Tha Albany. 2101
F M45S A24
THE STEWART Rooms and board, 1708
Chicago. F449 27
FOR RENT-UNFVRMkHEp ROOMS.
. m 1 1 1
DESK room space, 15 per month; ground
floor room in Tbe nee ouiioing, pacing
Farnam etreet; no expense for light, heat
or Janitor service. R. G. Peters Co.,
rental agents, Bee building. Q IK
TWO nice front, one rear room for light
housekeeping, or win rurnisn ror roomers.
1712 8. 10th. O 2l 28
FOR RENT STORES AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT The building formerly occu
pied by The Bee at 216 Farnam St. It
has lour siories, ana a oasemem wnnu
waa formerly used as The Bee press room.
This will be rented very reasonably. If
Interested apply at once to C. C. Rose
water, secretary, room 100, Bee building.
FOR RENT Store In first-class location;
rent reasonable. Apply R, C. Peters A I
Co., ground floor, Bee Bldg. 1206
FOR RENT Desk room or large spaco
suitable for merchandise broker or party
doing business In wholesale alstnoi. in
quire Hen Co., 16 Farnam St.
. . FOR RENT; OFFICES.
Patterson block, 17th and Farnam, two
large rooms fronting Farnam, 226.00; two I
rooms, 17th front, Zo.uu; single rooms,
66 60. (3, $8.60.
4 rooms, I606 Farnam, 235.00.
I rooms, 2l So. 12th, 216.00.
M'CAOUE INV. CO, 160 Dodge.
WANTED Canvassing agent In every
county to solicit subscription to THUS
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER.
Steady employment with assursd good In
come. Agents In the country with horse
and buggy especially desired. Canvassers
make easily 660 to tioo per month. Ad
dress, Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
Bee building, umana. - us
SOMETHING NEW I t Just out. Send for
ftiuu a. uomDinaiion uoor adod aim orn.
Iso culling or ruining ins uoor. rui on
anv door in a moment. No batteries to
worry about. No springs to wind. Noth
ing to get out of order. Own your own
tTl Ka landlord to trouble. Price and
Bell absolutely guaranieca. eena n.uv
tar samDle. Axents wanted. WESTERN
ELECTRICAL, uukfAfll, liix. arnam
Street, Omaha. Neb. J-ii
SALESMEN for latest advertising novelty.
I'henomenai success wnsrever snown, ai-
ary or commission. Nevlus, 2441 llth ave..
new xora. . -
AGENTS WANTED To make 110 a day
aeiiina "Cvcione" rotary nana xans:
roatest seller known; big profits; write
today for agents' terms; sample postpaid,
twenty-five cents. Enterprise Mfg. Co.,
154 Lake St., Chicago.
J JttStrf ;
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED, 8 to s-room house, good loca-
tt.n bv nrat-Maaa tenant
to 8-room house, furnished, located In th
West Farnam street district, by the 1st
.1 laA-t.smKa- V. w Ka nt ..a .41..
W. FARNAM SMITH CO, 1320 Farnam St.
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED, 1,000 old feather beds, highest
run unces paia. Aauress a. m. Mack.
general delivery, Omaha. Mall orders at
tenaea tO. JkUJS -
WANTED to buy, a Shetland pony, about
6U0 pounds. Mr, caiianan, uu cass at.
M 418 24
WANTED To buy one or two good fresh
Iurhuin or Durham ana part Jersey cows.
N. O. Nichols. 2216 Farnam St.
N M4CS 26
FOR SALli FURNITURE.
CHICAGO Furniture Co., 1410 Dodx. TeL
ZVZU. new anu seconenanu. eougni, soia,
eichsnged. O 296
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS, ETC.
PAINTING and repairs on wagon, etc..
vur epai'iaujr. ii. crust, lio sua ieavvn
wortb. TeL 1447. P 287
TOP CARRIAGES, 4 phaetons, other top
ana open puggie. rreiHr. ueavsn
worth. P Mh24 A8
FOR SALE, a young Shetland pony, vary
mail ana geniie, at xu vvtoater Dt.
- P 422 27
FOR SALE, driving horse, harness and
buggy, price reasonsble. Call evenings
or address Wm. F. Lehner, 2Ut) N St.,
South Omaha, Nsb. P 43S
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
WHITE awdust season checked oak tlm-
I bcrs, encap; nog tauce, etc sui uougius.
FOR SALE Phonographs; superior to any
other musical instrument; J up. The
Wlltmau co., ittu rarnam. j w
NEW and secondhand typewriters. Ill Far
nam. vi Jog
100 STYLES trusses: catalogue tre. Sher
man A McCuuuell Lfug CO., 16th and
llUtift, UUKDl. eui
INDIAN goods and relics. 111 FarnainT
VIM puncture-proof tire, tt tf knd IT 0 per
pair, umau iicct Co., utn ana t til
es j sts. Q Mti
FOR SALE, thoroughbred Fog Terrier,
gooa uracur. m no. uio 01.. um-ini
IDHAND safe cbaap. Bchwarti, Ul S. 19th.
FAR IALK MICr.l,l.KEOI S.
i - . . I " I 1
I L. M. E. always hurry. TeL 790.
F.DISON rhonogrsphs. $10, r and t-W;
mouiaea recoruB, 0k; earn, or 90 jirr un ,
VZ.Zi"' i-tSSj'??..!- 0.mah
Bicycle vo.. l.th and Chicago
FOR SALE, pictures and mouldings, sepa
rate or togetner, on account 01 leaving
city. Btar Art to., nui iavenwonn.
FOR RALE, a vouns Durham cow. very
gentle, Just fresh; a good milker, at rag
W ebster .gt. w 431 ir
FOR BALE, 600 cattle, consisting of year,
lings, 2-yesr-oMs.' cows and cows and
rAlves; all healthy and In fine condition.
For prices snd full description address
1116 in. 4utn Bi., umana. 14 an u
FOR SALB-Three Utters Scotch Collie
pupg. IL Brown, 1806 8 8t., South Omaha.
vi mi nw
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant
16U Case St.
IMME. OTLMER, Omaha's celebrated
palmist, has returned to. tha city after
an extended Journey throughout the
country, and Is now at the present ad
dress, 316 bo. 15th SU Granite block.
MME. SMITH, baths. 111 N Is, 2d floor. R, t
i Al(4 A"
MME. AMES, vapor baths, 124 N. Uth, R. T.
I 1;8 A 13
HE SIOHED, she sighed, and then they
sighed side by side down -by the river
He had forgotten his
The only kind aba Would let him smoke.
I VIA 24
1 HAIRDRE8SINQ, manicuring and chirop
ody, for ladies only, In connection with
xne .batnery, tu-znt Bee uiag. uii
PRIVATE hospital, before and -during con
finement; Daoies aaoptea. uu urant ot.
Mrs. Gardala. Tel. FU82. U 212
RUPTURE permanently cured In 30 to 60
days; send tor olrcular. O. 8. Wood, M. D.,
Ml new xora iue uiag., umana, rweo.
VIAVA, woman's way to health. - Home
treatment. Booklet iree. sw nee mag..
umana. ... u i
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
and retail. Collins Piano Co., Jta uoug-
las. , , , u sis
CHIROPODT a specialty, in connection
with The Batnery, rooms sis-zzo, uee Biog.
lei. ill. u sis
SHAMPOOING and halrdresslnr, 26c, In
connection with The Balhery, 216-2J0, Bee
cuiiaing. 1 ei. ii le. - u si
PRIVATE home for ladles before and dur
ing confinement: babies .adopted. .2620
Burdette. Mrs. Burget. U M2&3 26
BARGAINS In bicycles left for repair;
new ones at reduced - prices. Louis
Flescher, 1622 Capitol ave. U-M361 26
DR. B. M. JACKSON, room 4, Frensnr
block, chronio diseases A specialty; con
sultation free. c tu
TEL. 780 for L. M. E. messenrsrs.
ELITE PARLORS, 616 So. 16th 8L, 2d floor.
U U( All
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 16. zd floor, R 2.
U Ul&X) Al-
. When You Write :
remember it only takes an extra stroke or
two of tha pen to mention tha fact that
you aaw the ad In The Bee.
MONET TO LOAN REAL , KSTATBL.
REAL ESTATE I have nrivate - f unda to
loan on city residence property in sums
of 6500 and up at 6 and b1 per cent inter
eat. Give description of property and
amount- wanieo. Adores i. ue.
, , ....... W-M361 16
MONEY to loan on improved Omaha real-
estate. BrcnnaaLov to., vm -. b. - 13th.
VA PER CENT on . business property,
C oer cent on residence property.
Option to pair whole or part any urn..
IV. .U. m w..i i .n. -t. n. iOLU BE.
WANTED City loans and warrant. . W.
Farnam Smith A Co., 1320. Farnam St,
f Anm ana cuy luaiis, iuw rnies. vv. n.
Thomas, f irst r)au nana ciag. iei. is4i.
WANTED City and farm loan: also bonds!
and warrants. K, C. Peter A Co., 1702
Farnam St., Be Bldg. W-427
LOW RATES. Private money.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,'
Main Floor New York Life Bldg. ' '
I PER CENT loan.
Qarvln- Broa,- 1604
- 1 w aw
PRIVATE Money. F. D. Wead, 1624 Douglas.
. -. w iJl
1100 UP; low rat. Prlchard. 1712 Farnam.
Sherwood, 637 N. Y. L
i TO 6 P. C money,
Bemls, Paxton Blk.
PR IV ATE money to loan on farm land
and city property.
Address E 68. Ree.
MONEY TO LOAN-CHATTELS.
W have it to loan in amounts from 210.08 1
up on . furniture, pianos, warehouse re-1
celpts, uv siock, sic. w also mak
without mortgage or indorser to persona
who have a permanent position.
We give you the full amount of th; loan
in casn ana we ao not cnarxe ior maxina
papers or filing raortages. With us you I
Lav the option of keeping the money for
one montn or six, or lonaar, ana you need
not pay for it longer than you keep It.
We nope by this advertisement-to have
rou give us a trial and we expect to re
al n your patronage by fair treatment,
'lbs motto of our omc la '"ify to Pleas."
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
11 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 226.
OstablUhed l&tf.) 0 B. Uth St
SHORT ROUTE TO PAY DAT.
Loans to aalarlad people
UPON THEIR PLAIN NOTE.
No mortgage, Indorser or publicity.
These loans made quickly and uuletry.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.7
Room M, lhltd Floor, Paxton Block.
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
sters, boarding houses, etc., without se
curity ; easiest terms; 40 offices in prin
cipal clUa. Tulman, 440 Board f Trad
MONEY loaned on furniture, live stock.
iewsiry, to salaries peopia. oiey Loaa
:o sue. to Duff Grsea. 8 Barker Block.
LOANS, household furniture, . pianos a
suit; no publicity: goods rernxtu in your
posacsslon. Amancaa LoD Co-, 2d Moor,
rax ton block. A. ei
Chattel and Salary Loan.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO..
Successor jto J. W. Tayloe.
- TeL Itai C38 Paxton Block.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furnltui, Jew
elry, bursas, cowa. etc c tr. Keau. ri b- is.
MONEY loaned on plain note to aalarlnd
people; buainaas conniienllai; loweat ratea.
Sit rax ion block. The J. A. iiunon (jo.
I GRAND Electric Co., 16 A Jackson. TsL 14.
able and rapidly Increasing legitimate
manufacturing business, capital required
Sl.iu to la.Oti. This Is worth Investigat
ing, i. iim jonnsop. n. x. ute.
rOR BALE OR RENT, best $2 day hotel In
,0od town of 6.W-0; five years1 lease; torn-
cletelv furnished, electric and aas HshL
stesm heat, three railroads, etc. Address
E 44, Bee. . . x M80I B
WHEN you want to buy sell or exchange
your Diisinesp or I'ruiTrij quicn., j.
11. Johnson. rf N. V lite. T-M240
TO BUT, sell or exchange a bualnss, call
on c. J. canan, t. a, uu rarnam tsi.
When You Write
remember It faaly takes an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention the fact thai
you saw ins aa in me i'e
BAKERY FQR SALE.
A fine bakf ry, nicely located, doing a good I
paying business, large retail iraoe. 11
will pay you to investigate Ibis. Address
1 si, uee. i m
F. M. CURRIE, Sargent, Neb., offers 1.200
head of good native 2 and 3-year-old I
steers for sale. Hj also rails the atten
tion of the readers of The Bee to his
regular monthly sale of horses to be
held st Sargent July 26 At this time he
will offer about 200 head of horaes for
sale. These are irativw, unbranded horses
of excellent quality. - I lis m
WHOLESALE bakery for sale, good loca
tion ami a-ood trade: rai ina neaun is rea
son for selling; new brick oven. Addrols
box Geneva, Men. x
FOR SALE Complete n.Mlinery stock and
nxturea. Opposite poqto.nce, so. umana-
(700 WILL bay legitimate business, will net
6100 to ilia. Address ts in, Bee.
FOR SALE HEAL EBTATtu.
IF TOU want one f the nicest 6-roora
bomea in uanscom riaoe 1 win give you
bargain, owner iit city. Must sell.
J. H. Sherwood, 837 N. X. 1a Bldg.
SEE PAYNE, BOSTWICK CO. for ooolce
bargains, sui n. 1. uie Biag. xei. luis.
UII 1 1 A MDN CHARLES E.,
HOUBEB. lots, farms, ranches, loans; also
Ore insurance, nemis, raxton piock.
HOUSES and lots In all parts of city; also
acre property ana rarm ianas. ine u. v .
Davis Co.. Room 662, Bee building.
. . ltE-248
A MONTHLY payment bargain In S-room
nouse. u. m. natunger. t-none sua.
. . RE-M636
GEORGE G. WALLACE, teal estate, mort-
gage, rentals. Insurance
RANCH and farm land for sale by th I
Union Paclno Railroad -company. B. A.
McAlleater, land commissioner. Union Pa
cific Headquarters, umana, sen.
WHY PAY RENT? OWN YOUR HOME1
See the Industrial Home company or
America. Best plan on earth I Office 221
Board -of Trade bldg,, Omaha. K. M.
V.'llde. manager. , RE M237 A18
240 ACRES, 1 miles northwest of Irving-
ton, all under cultivation ana nrsi-ciass
land. Prire, $68 an act. If you are look
ing for a, farm don't fall to let u show
you this. The Byron Reed Co. (Sol
Agents), 212 B. 14th St. RE M 420
Twenty-Two Miles of Trees,
On of the finest fruit farm In eastern
Nebraska, located --fdar miles north of
Florence and only nlna miles from Omaha,
the beat market In the west! 106 acre
and no finer lying farm In that locality;
over 40 acre In fine young orchard, chiefly
annlea and cherries.-- alaar nlums. rjeaches.
etc.; 6,000 -. two-year- grafted apple In
The owner ha spent ten years in develop
ing tnis property ana nas never Deiore
offered It for sale, out on account or rail
ing health is forced to sell at this time.
This property Is Just now reaching it
most productive state.
There I also a pasture of 49 acres, 20 acre
or wbicn is nara wooa umoer: iimper
. alone is worth $65 per acre; balance of
farm in grain; Improvements good as
new; 6-room house, large barn, cribs, fine
wells water Dined to bulldlna-a. hot and
1 coia water in nouse.
iLand in this locality is selling mucn higner.
but to dispose of this property in the
next 80 days we are offering ft at th
sacrifice -price of 175 per -acre. If you
want a fruit farm It win pay you to in
vestigate this, it is an opportunity.
W.. FARNAM SMITH CO.,
1330 Farnam Street.
.. RE M462 27
We offer a full city lot and four house.
i Nos. zii7 ana ii in isara tst., witn two
houses In rear: sranlta paving In street
and alley, all paid for; each house has
been thoroughly repaired this summer
. and newly painted; rents 140 per month.
W have been asking 65,0u0, but owner
. must sell at once,, so xv ask you to ex
.' amine this property ai4 make us an offer.
THE OMAHA REALTY CO.
1301 Douglas. St.
R M458 27
BUYS A LAMBERT
Fast," efficient, durable. Simplest, easiest
to legrn, use ana car -ior.
BUILT FOR BUSINESS.
Let .ua show you.
Bent on approval
MONROE A CO.,
811 North llth St,. Omaha.
WE BEG TO ANNOUNCE that having suc
ceeded the United Typewriter and Sup
cllea company we will remain In the same
location and carry In connection With the
New Century a full Una of Invincible sup-
f lies for all machines. W shall be glad
o have your patronage and we assure the
moat courteous and prompt attention to
ail orders. American Writing Machine
co., 4i uuutn mn ec rnoue tu.
GOLD cuff button with red set. Return to
Be office. Lost 776
LOST, vest pocket memorandum book con
taining n. n. passes, neiurn to ties
offlcs and get reward. Lost 441 26
LOST, chamois baa containing Aulabaugh
f ur co. receipt sua money, tieiuro to
Sherman A McConneil for reward.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
A. C VAN EANT 6 ebool. 711 N. T. Life.
BOYLES college, court rspuitsir principal.
NEB. Business A Shorthand College, Boyd's
Theater. - Ut
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
Julia Vaughn, 424 Karog Bldg
- - -7I
what cause. Call nr arirtrena. with stamp.
Dr. Pries, Arlington Block, loll uoot,
GID. E. ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
Suite 616, N. x. Ufe Bldg. . Tst ltt4.
DR. A. T. HCWT. 612 McCague Bldg. Tel.
MRS- ORACE DKEOAN, M Bee building.
Tel. 2S. 14 Al
AN UNEXCELLED opportunity for active
party with to siv.uuo capital. 10 De-
come larguy intcreateu in proniaoia dubi
ness; money secured; will beer strict
Investigation; full details only to those
Intercatr-d. Marks Business Co.. Oood
block, Des Moines, la. M4M 27
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts, tc: co" ,
2c; cuffs, 4c utxi Leaven wortn. lei. A-i.w.
Tha Chicago, 'phone 206.
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential iu uougiaa,
ALPIRN buys all kinds of scrap Iron and
metal a. via uougiss at. leu eu
WATERS PRINTING COMPANT. Tele
phone Ml Houts Thirieenm street.
TRUNKS AND BAGGAGE.
TWIN C1TT EXP.
Phone 1717. 606 S. ltb.
L. M. E. hauls trunks. Tel. 70. Mffi6
OM. Van Stor Co., lfill Farn. Ttls. U6-M8.
PATENTS Sues aV Co., Bee Bldg., Omaha;
no tea uniesa auccessiui; aovice tree.
ai nept w
L. HENDERSON, 1514 Farnam. Tel. 1262,
Bend lor pnoe ust, cut nowere and plants.
QUICK neasenger service. Tel. 1017,
Ills Farnam street.
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., 811 North Uth.
OMAHA Plating Co.. Be Bldg. Tel. 1586.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS,
ALL kind of carpenter work and repair
ing promptly attenaea to. J. i. vjcninree.
gum ana Laxe atreet. tin
F. MELCHIOR, llth and Harhey. ma
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks. make a De-
cialty of lire escapes, snutters, aoors and
are, u. Anareen, irop., iuj a. wm au
ICE CREAM SODA.
SARATOGA Ice cream soda, one price,
6c; one quality, the best. S. W. cor. 24th
Amea ave. tia aid
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners, 1434 S. 13th.
Sharpened, repaired, t L Wk., 1406 Howard.
LAW AND COLLECTION.
BTILLMAN PRICE. 23 U. 6. N't fik. Bid.
NEB. Collection Co., lot N. Y. Life BMg,
D. W. DUDGEON, 2910 rarnam. Tel. 1966,
A NTT-MONOPOLY OARBAOE CO.. cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes gamag ana
dead animal at reaucea price. u n. is.
Tel. 177. -172
FOUND Near Sherman A McConnell's
drug store, a pawn cneck or consiaeraoie
value; the owner may have by paying
for this nonce ana proving property,
Lelda Bcb&Uel, 1U3 podge St., city.
(Should be. read DAILY by all Interested.
a changes may occur at any time.)
Foreign mails for tha week ending July
2. 1M, will close (PROMPTLY In all cases)
at the general postoiuc as lotiowst rarcci
post mans cioae one nour earner man
closing tlm shown below. Parcels post
! malla lor Germany close at 6 p. m. Wednes
day. Resular and supplementary mall close at
foreign station half hour later than closing
time shown below (except that supplement
ary malls i. Europe and Central America
via Colon cloae one hour later at foreign
SATURDAY At I a. m. for EUROPE, per
. a. CmDria, via uueensiown; ai j.mi
a. m. for NETHER LANDS direct, per
s. . Noordam (mail must d oirectea
"per s. s. Noordam"); at 1:80 a. ra. for
SCOTLAND direct, per s. s. Columbia
(mall must be directed "per . . Co
lumbia"); at 10 a. ra. for BELGIUM di
rect, per a. a. Kroonland (mall must be
directed "per s. s. Kroonlantf"1; at 11
a. m. for DENMARK direct, per a. s.
Island (mail must h directed "per . .
PRINTED MATTER. ETC. This steamer
take printed rokUer, commercial paper
and (ample for Germany only. Th
am class of mall matter for other part
of Europe will not be sent by thi ship
unless specially directed by It.
After th closing of th supplementary
transatlantic mans named aoove, aaai
tlonal supplementary malla ar opened
on tha uleia of the American, Enxlixh.
French and German steamers and remain
open until within ten minute ot th hour
or aaiiuig ei steamer.
Mall foe SomtU and Central Asaerlea,
West ladles, Ete.
FRIDAY At 1 n. m. for BJ1AZIL. per a.
a jiamr rniai-e, via mo oe Janeiro ami
Santos (mall for northern Brstll, Argen
tina, Uruguay and Paraguay must be
ilir.cUd 'ttr s. . !e!t!r Prince"! : st
4 Uu p. m. for BERMUDA, per etsaroer
SATURDAY At a. m. (supplementary
.3U a. m l ior ruHiu nn.u tvia I
Juar.j, CURACAO and VENKaCUELA, per
a a. Caracas (mall for a vanilla and
Cartagena tuuat be direclad "per s. .
Caracas")' at 8 a. m. for ARGENTINE.
URUGUAY and PARAUUA 1 per s. s
Axablsian; at .M a. m. tsupplciasntary
POTOFFf R NOTICK.
30 20 a. m) for FORTUNE ISLAND, JA
MAICA, SAVANU.La and t ARTAtllCNA,
par a. a. Alleghany tmall for Costa Kira
must be directed -p-r a. s. Alleghany ');
at :M a. m. tsupplrmentsry lo jo a m)
for HAITI and SANTA M AR TA, per a.
a. Alps: at 10 a. m. fr CUBA, per a. s.
Morro Castle, via Havana; at 12.30 p. m.
for CUP A. per s. a. olinda (ordinary mall
only, which must be directed "per s. s.
Malls for Newfoundland, bv rail to North
Sydney, and thence by steamer, close at
this office dally at 4 30 p. m. (connecting
close heie every Monday. Wednesday and
Saturday. Malls for Mlquelon, by rail
to Boston, and thence by steamer, close
at thla office dally at ( 30 p. m. Malls
for Cuba, by rail to Florida, and thence
by steamers, are dispatched dally, except
Thursday, final connecting cloaes, far dis- I
batch via Port Tamps, on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Saturdays at S:W a. m.:
for dlaoatch via Miami, on Mondays and
I Saturdays st 6.10 p. m. Malls for Mexico
City, overland, unless specially addressed
for dispatch by steamer, close at this
office daily except Sunday at 1:30 p. m.
and ll:3l p. m., Sundays at 1 p. m. and
11:10 p. m. Mal'.a for Costa Rica. Bellse,
Puerto Cortes and Guatemala, by rail to
New Orleans, and thence by steamer,
close at thla office daily except Sunday
at "1:20 p. m., Sunday at p. m. (con-
necttna ciosea nere Monaays tor neuse.
Puerto Cortes and Guatemala, and Tues
days for Costa Itlca). Keglstered mall
ciosea at 6 p. ta.. previous day. .
Malls for China and Japan, via Vancouver
and victoria, is. c. close nere oany at
6 30 p. m. up to July 22. Inclusive, for
dlspstch per s. s. Empress of India
(registered mall must be specially ad
dressed. Merchandise for U, 8. postal
agency cannot be forwarded via Can
ada). Malls for China and Japan, via Seattle,
cioso here dally at s:w p. m. up to juiy
23, Inclusive, for dispatch per s. Iyo
Maru. (Registered mall must be directed
Malls for the Philippine Islands, via San
r rancieco. close nere aany at s:w p. m.
up to July 25, Inclusive, for dispatch
ner IT. R trananort.
Malls for Hawaii; Japan,' China and first-
class matter ror tne r'nuippine lsianas,
via Ban Francisco, close here dally at
Malla for HawallVchina, Japan and flrst-
closs matter tor the riiliippine inlands,
via San Francisco, close here dally at
6:30 p. m. tip to August 4, Inclusive, Tor
dispatch per a. . Coptic.
Malls for Australia (except West Au
stralia, which is rorwarded via Europe),
XT 4..I..J VIII Haw A U.MI
. . c nc.i.tiUf . ' J 1 . .j .1,,,. vi. u , ,n T, (..I,
via San Franclso. close here dally at
6.20 p. m. after July 19, and up- to Au-
fuat , Inclusive, or on arrival of . s.
ampanla, due at New York August "B,
for dispatch per s. . Sierra.
Mall for Australia (except West Au
stralia, wnicn goes vta Europe, and New
Zealand, which goes via San Francisco),
and FIJI Islands, via Vancouver and Vic
toria, B. C, close here dally at 6:30 p.
m. after' August 9 and up to August
1. Inclusive, for dlspatoh per a. . illo
wera. Malls for Tahiti and Marquesas Islands,
via nan rrancisco, now nere aany at
6:80 p. m. up to August Inclusive,
for oiapatch per . s. Mariposa.
Transpaclffo mall are forwarded to port
or sailing aany ana tne scneauie or Clos
ing Is arranged -on th presumption of
their uninterrupted overland transit.
Registered mail close at 6 p. m. pre
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster.
Postofflce, New York. N. Y., July 18, 1902.
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDING MATE
rlals, plumbing and electrical supplies,
hardware, etc. C. S. Indian School, Genoa,
Neb., July 22, 1902. Bea led proposals en
dorsed "Proposals for Building Materials,
etc.," and addressed to the undersigned at
Genoa, Neb., will be received at the Indian
ncnooi until two o ciocxr p. m. or August
13, 1802. for furnishing and delivering at
the school, aa required during the fiscal
year ending. June 80, 14. a quantity of
lumber, tin roofing, builders' hardware.
tnlllwork, paints, lime, sand, cement, slate,
a boner ana radiation, pipe ana nttings,
ftlpe coverings, .electrical supplies, plumb
iig, etc., etc., a full list and specifications
being obtainable at the school. Bidders
Will please state specifically tre proposed
price oi eacn article to oe onerca unaer
contract; all articles so offered will be
subject to a rigid inspection. The right is
reserved to reject any and alt bids or any
rial. v. .hi uau a, uiiti.it i , 11 , 1110 tj.;m
ere.U of he ..rvlc Each bid must be
I. riv. anm.llnlt.i1 U f n l.i .lmin. t n
solvent national bank, made navabla to tha
oraer oi tne coirxLssioner or inuian- anairs,
tor st lesst firs per cent of the amount
of the proposal, which check or draft
hall be forfeited to the United States In
case a bidder receiving an award shall fall
to execute promptly a satisfactory contract
In accordance with his bid, otherwise to be
returned to the bidder. Bids accompanied
by cash In lieu, of oeftlned check will not
be considered. For further Information
apply to W. H. ' Wlnslow, Superintendent.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE.
vninii.) . . t 'J t lauij fc-i . ami u.c. ,i i vi
posals. In triplicate, will be received at this
m ...... iajVt Ti.l., 91 UauIa,. ri w r.
omce, ana at omce or quartermaster at
Fort Reno,. Okla.. until 10 a. m., central
time, August 12, 1902, for furnishing 226.000
pound oata at Fort Reno, Okla. Proposals
ror Delivery ai oiner points win De enter
talned. U. 8. reserves right to reject or
accept any or all proposals, or any part
Uiiersof. Information furnished on appfica
tion here, or to quartermaster at post
named. Envelope containing proposal
should be marked "Proposaln for date,"
addressed to underslfned or to Quartermas
ter Fort Reno, Okla. J NO. W. PULLMAN,
C. Q. M. X-Jy24-26-2ti-28-A8-
To Whom It May Concern Notice I here
by given that th Board of Commissioners
of Bock county, Nebraska will, on th
18th day of August, 1IW3, and until noon of
that day, receive bid at Bassett, Nebraska,
for the construction of a bridge crossing
th Nlobrs.a river at a point -on or near
th baU-ectUm. line dividing aection 0,
north and aouth, in township 82, range IS,
which bridge ahall be of th following gen-
Of sufficient length to span said river
from bank to bank, Including Island. nd
about 600 feet; pile and atrlnger. undir
truss, wooa briuge; white oak piling, i
reel, u incnes ai outt ana arivcn at least
4 feet into the ground; bent i feet apart,
pile to tne bent: Dent protected oy
piling lc breaks, with railroad iron protec
tion, ana Denis or pnes unaer same pro
tected by two-inch white oak piank; string
ers of Oregon fir, 4x12 inches, laid 1 inches
from center to center; 14-foot roadway,
two and one-half-inch white oak plank;
W laaaaKaaa aaw. ! - aaa waw,ici,
4 truss rods to each spsn; railing feet
high, substantial, hard pipe, caps on piles
white oak. 12x12; bridge to be I feet above
low waier luara. anu m no painieu. Ail
m.t.pl.l Ia K nrat.f-laaa tit V ( n .1 ,1 . m mi
Plans and specifications In county clerk'
Wo ""' Accompanied by plana
and peclfioatlon. and also bond a re-
oulred by law, and no bid will b considered
unless accompanied by bond.
Klaht resarvsd to reject any or all bids.
By order of the Board of Commissioner
I Hock county, uaiea juiy , isox.
T.l.BURQ, County Clerk,
IA1LWAY TIMR CARJ.
UNION 8TAHON-10TH AND MARCY.
C hie H Islaa 4 raelhe.
Chicago Daylight Lim-
tua a :w am a am
Chicaso Daylight a 7.0D am a 1:3 ta
Chicago Express bll:ls am a 6:06 pm
pes Molnea Local a 1.20 pm bll M am
Chicago fin a.xpresa..a ws pm a 1:2a pm
Rocky Mountain Llm- .
I lad a 6 60 am a 4:66 am
Lincoln, Colo. Springs.
ijenvcr, uvuiv uu
West 10 pm a 1:41 put
Colu.,' Texas, ' Cai. A
Oklahoma Flyer. ......a pm a 12:40 f7
..a 1:40 am a 7:20 pm
..a 6:60 am ' a l.u pm
..a 4:26 pm
..all. io pw
a : pm
a 1.t am
Cblcas A Mavthwcstarw.
"The Northwestern Line.
ut Chicago a I 40 am a 7m0 am
nil ..a 6:u pin a 6:20 am
Lwcal Sioux City a:lvau a 2:60 pin
Daylight St. Paul a 7.3!, uu. 10:25 pm
Laylight t.'hlcago a 6:Uk am all 'JOpia
ajLl-iw am a 6:2
SifpaPtchmper,i.,0. fe' ,nC'U'We " Wo''KAiM
Maurhl5rwr.lla"8an Fr.nc.sco, dose Chicago Local t MS Dm SHS
here daily at 6:20 p. in. up to July ZS, ,,,c." .V1""16 P J J;
Inclusive, for dlsuatch per s. s. Alameda. Mt aii a s.a
via Nan t'a nm mf rina nars nsnv mi I
I 4 1 1. WAT TIME CARD Ceataae4.
1-oeal Carroll ......
J-sst St. Paul
Local kiovix City
a I -6 pm alo w am
.....a 4 M Pro a 4:06 pm
a 7:o pm a I A) am
... ..a l:ae pm a I te am
a 1 40 pm
b 1. 66 pm ruO;uu am
Lcfcva. Arrive. -
St! I-ouls "Cannon Ball"
Expresa a 6:66 pm a 1:20 ant
St. Louis Local, Council
Bluffs a 6:11 am aI0:2O put
Stromsburg Ex.... b 4:6 pro. bll 50 pm
Grand Island Local b 6:20 pm b 1.26 pm
Chicago Express a T:20 am a 1:10 pa
Chlce-. Mlnneapolla es
St. Paul Limited a T:60 pm a 1:06 am
Minneapolis St. Paul
rf ilio Rinriaa V
Express o j'jv am nio:n pm
St Louis Kipreas 10:00 am a ( JS pm
K. C A St. L. Ex 1:W pm a 6:16 am
Ckleasje), Milwaukee A St. FssL
Chicago Limited a K pm a $M am
Chicago ex Omaha Ex..b 7:40 am k 1:40 pm
BURLINGTON STAT?ON lOl'H MASON
Barllartea Mlaaowrt River. t
Wymore, Beatrice and
Lincoln a 1:40 am bU:66tn
Nebraska Express a 8:40 am a 7:46 pm -
benvar Limited a 4:26 pm a 1:46 ua ,
Black HUla and Pugst
Sound Express all:10 pm a 8:10 pm
Flyer 1:19 pm ,
Lincoln Fsst Mall ..b 1:10 pro, a 1:17 am
Fort Crook and Piatt- V
mouth k 1:20 pm bllSam
pellevnue A Farlnc Jet. a 1 :M pm a 6:27 am
Bellevu A Paciflo Jet. .a 1:00 am
Kansas City,' St. Joeepk Coaaell
Kansas City Day Ex. ...a 20 am a 86 pm
St. Louis Flyer a 6:10 pm eU:l8em'
Kansas City Night Ex..all:M Pm a 6:1 Am
-a Dally, b Daily exoapt Sunday. Sun
day only, d Datiy exoapt Saturday. Dally
except Monday. -Cklragr.
Barllagtea St Qataey.
WEBSTER DEPOT 1BTII A WEBSTER '
Black Hill, Deadwood,
' Hot Springs a 2:00 pm a 6:00 pm
Wyoming, Casper aa ;
Douglas d 1:00 pm (.-00 pm
Hsstlncs, -York, DavM
City, Superior, Geneva,
Exeter and Seward.... b 1:00 pm b K pm
Norfolk, Lincoln and .
Fremont k T:20 am b 10:25 am
Fremont Local C T40 am
Cblcnco, St. Faal, MtaacaoII as
Twin City Passenger.... 6 80 am a K4 pm
Cln.iw ritv Paaaenarer . a. Z:00 lm all'.2am
Emerson Local b 6:40 pm . b 8:45 am
Nebraska Local. . Via ,
Weeping Water b :M pm al0:2 am
Nsw York-ltotterdani, via. Houlofoa, 8. 8L
New Twln-Bcrew s. s. of ll.OUp tons regliter
IXSSr Noordam ji,8mam
street; J. S.
Aug. I, 10 A. M.
10 A. M
Hsrry' Moores, 1601 Farnam
McNally, 1322 Farnam street;
H. S. Jones, 1602 Farnam street; Louis
Neese, First National Bank, Omaha.
Summer Tours on Lako Mlchlrin.
TMi TIAMSHI IVlArwITOU
cb week ffo
aaatina far Deiralt,
LEAVES OHICACO A POULunn
paaa.aaaa. Xhars.10i8wa.sa. Sat. a p. as.
MANITOU STEAMSHIP CO.,
OFFICE DOCKS, RtMh n N. Water tUCMsafa
.v. . . . .
WORK OF BUSY SNEAK THIEVES
I Short I.let of Losses Reported t
Police by Victims af Those
Mildred Cuthbertoh, 1806 Chicago atreet,
wa at dinner Wednesday evening and .,
someone entered th front part of th house (
and stole a purs ' containing 150.50. Tbo
theft wa reported to. th police, Oeorge ;
Carter of North Platte came to Omaha '
Wednesday and spent th evening at Krug1
park. While enrout to the station on a .
motor car he managed to get rid of a large
bill book, which contained among other
things 150 and annual passe over three t
I . . ,' .. - . . .
from his pocket. Th polio are looking
railroads. He la pf the opinion that It fell
lor It. a nek tmei enieraa in omce ot
Qeorge Hoi lister In the Barker block and
tola a gold watch which had been left on a
desk. Leo Eln, 117 North Twelfth street,
was the most aggrieved pf all th losers.
Burglar entered hi place and made way
with three nsw stems, four bowl and on
layout, . all well seasoned and In working
erdetv Th Metropolitan club 1 : out two
gallon ot liquor from th vjsit of a dry
burglAr. . , ' . .
Tnt ha long been, regarded as one ( .
th most dangerous and fatal disease to.
M.h in.nta ara auhleefc. It ran ba cured '
olCB noU subject It can D cured
however, when properly treated. All that
l( necessary I to give Chamberlain's Opllo, .
. , r., , o . A- ......
l'"0",r r'"" ,"f" T w ... "
i on, aa urecieu wu run raw., m
I cur is certain.
l D1DTiriLinCD CIPUTC A DflDDCD '
i unni b-liwuil I iuio n liuuukii ,
Fierce Straggle fa Erlok Jensen'l
ala Eaded by latervea-
tloa of Fii
Aa unsuccessful attempt wa mad to
I hold up the saloon of Erlck Jensen at Thir-
I Wednesday night. Shortly befor th bar-
I tender wa preparing to close up for . to
ol.bt m mui auppod to b deaf and dumb,
"RU " u .ua uuu,
ra 1. rbbed tb bartender by th
throat, and threw him down. Tb two
struggled on tb floor until tb noli wa
heard at th flr bara near thsr. Several
firemen rushed Into th saloon nd pulled
th man off of th bartender, later allowing
tb would-b robber to escape. It took
several minute to bring the csIood o
around. When th firemen ruthed Into th
galoon a man, who evidently wa keeping
watch, ro away from th front door. Jen-
sea thinks b know tb robber and ha
given hi !.. and description to th po
lice Yaw Take A RIsK
la using Dr. King' New Dlsoovsry for
Consumption, Cough and Colds. It cur
all tunc troubles or no pay. 6O0 and L
. Mortality Ststlstles.
. Th following birth and death war
reported at the ortlc of the Board of
Health during the twenty-four hour end
ing Thursday noon:
Births John jaconson, us soutn Twen
tieth atreet. girl; J. Taylor Wills, . 4131
lAfavette street, boy; C. 8m. tit McKlnaeU.
408 North Eleventh street, girl.
Deaths Lulu Green, 811 North Twelfth
street, aged 27 years; Rutn A. Bobbins,
i721 South Ninth etreat, aged year;
Carl Magnua ' 8chnekenberger,
Charla atreet. aged 62 years; Alsx
MacLean. 641 South Twenty-nrnt street.
asi-a et years; Anna r. uimion, 4 isortn
1......V. .,...1 atv.,4 19 -. n A
L Blagg, IUI Voutn fourteegin, as4 42
Dlstlagalsbed Party Sails.
NEW YORK. July I4.-General florae
Porter, Untied State mbaaad to
France, Secretary of War Root and Gen
eral Leonard Wood sailed on Let Savult
pia today for Franc.
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