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THE OMAHA DAILY HEE: MONDAY, SEPTEMltEH 8, 1002.
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a delivered sat araaaataUaa atf IM
FOR SAI.B CIGARS.
$0.00 IN GOLD.
It pays to buy your cigars of ua. Yon
may wake up hump day and find yourself
the possessor of Kilty Dollars In Gold that
we give away to cur customers each
Butler & Miller.
N. V. COR. 16TU AND FARNAM STS.
SITUATION wanted by young lady with
five year experience In tire Insurance
office as stenographer and policy cleiK.
J 47, Bee. A 741 14
JAPANESE good family cook wants situa
tion. J 39, Bee. A MC32 S
WASTKl) WALK HELP.
WANTED Canvasser. Man familiar with
book and newspaper work preierred. Must
be hustler. Apply Room 10?, live Hidg.
85 FOR HALF A DAY'S WORK.
If you live In the country or In a small
town and have a good acquaintance
among the farmers and stock raisers In
the neighborhood you can make fa easily
by four or rive hours' work. Write us
and we will send you our proposition.
The Ree Publishing Co., Solicitors' Dept.,
Omaha, Neb. B Mzi3
WANTED A good man In every county to
i take subscriptions for The Twentieth
Century Farmer. Our agents make good
wagea everywhere. Reierences required.
A duress. Twentieth Century Farmer
Omaha, Neb. li bU
GOOD measengti-s wanted; first-class pay.
A. D. T. Co., 212 8. 13th. B 727 lti
THE GUARANTEE FUND LIFE
Wants live local agents In every town In
Nebraska. The proposition possesses spe
cial merit and Is easily written. Salary
or commission to the right man. Address,
i. C. Burlington, secretary, Alliance, Neb.
WANTED, two cooka for Wyoming west
ern railway, Labor agency, Slu 8. nth.
WANTED, five well dressed, well educated
solicitors to do special work In connection
with dally newspaper; liberal salary and
commission: bring references. Call for F.
C. Russell, room lo7. Bee building, after
V o clock a. m. B 1"0
TRAVELING salesmen, also advertisers
we are business, no sample-selling con
cern; siraigm aaiary paid. Triumph),
Dallas, Tex. B M612 10
WANTED First-clans pants and vest
maxer; plenty or work and good pay.
Eddy Bros., Fremont, Neb. B M643 9
WANTED Drug clerk, an assistant, sing!
young man, 3 to 6 yearn' experience:
references; state salary wanted. Address
uox o, iaa, no. iiaK. ts M640 8
WANTED Competent carpet layer; steady
work all the year through; one that has
worked in a cleaning plant preferred.
Stuebner Bros., St. Joseph, Mo.
B M633 8
WANTED, a first-class starch man or a
first-class hard goods man: starch man
preferred. Address Ward Bros. Co., Aber
deen, a. U. B M63U 8
Vi ANTED. LABORERS for steam shovel
work near-old paprr mill. Also DRIVER
AND SCRAPER HOLDERS near Green's
Packing house, near Council Blikffs. Hall
lHln onri CnnutMinHun ,
WANTED, two good house painters: good
lob for sober men. G. L. Nelburg, West
Point. eb. B M818 9
HOLER Barber College, 1302 Douglas St.,
wanta men to learn the trade. No waste
of time. All the advantages of steady
practice by free work. tears of ap
prenticeship saved. Shop experience and
wages Saturdays from start. Positions
waiting graduates-can or write.
B M727 12
WANTED, registered drug clerk; young
Uerma.i prererrea. A. w. At wood, Plntts
mouth, Neb. B M829 8
WANTED, boy with horse to deliver The
Evening Bee. Call circulation department
p. m. B 698
BARBER wanted; easy money and travel.
Aoaress tu. A. Harrington, Waukesha,
is. B MHJl
WASTED FKMALB HELP.
WANTED, a good girl for general houso-
worx; small lamuy, good wages. 21 s,
8tn ave. c aiko
100 Girls. Call Canadian office, 15th A Dodge.
WANTED, two young lady students to
learn halt-dressing, manicuring and chi
ropody and scientific massage. Call or
write iioom zm, lite tiiag. c 188
WANTED, lady cook. Eureka Restaurant.
inut ass tit, u lUU
WANTED, good wages to a good cook
none other need apply. 2324 Harney.
NURSE8' COLLKGR. Pueblo. Colo.: three
months' course; diplomas; open October
l; write. c M7sa siif
WANTED, working housekeeper In family
' Of three adults. Address J 14, lite.
WANTED, girl for general housework;
must be good cook; references required;
small family, no children; good wagea.
2911 Woolworth ave. C Mt;9 9
WANTED A refined young girl to assist
with housework. Apply between 10 and 11
a. m. and 8 and T p. m. at 2fcJ Dodge at.
C M6oi 10
WANTED, girl for general housework.
2913 Mason St. C 678
GIRL for general housework; none but
competent need apply. Flat 8, Normandy.
Mrs. J A. Kutin. C M2 8
WANTED, experienced salesladies In dry
goods departments. J. L. Brandels &
Sons, Buslou Store. C 792 11
WANTED, good girl for general house
work small family.
C TM 8
WANTED, a cook In a family of three;
extra large wages paid to competent girl.
Apply at 2f.S6 Dodge St. I 1'2 6
WANTED, for work In sugar beet fields.
families, single hands, men with teams
8rul wagons, good wages pstiu; long joo.
landard Cattle Co., Ames, Net.
. M619 11
FOR RENT HOIS BS..
HOUSES, stores. Bemls, Paxtoa block.
TO MOVE rlgot get Omaha Van Storage
(-ROOM modern, good repair, on 8. 32d ave
nue. Phone 623. D 777
J1UU3CO k, iavlji Co.. 608 Be Bldg.
3EK PAYNE. BOSTWICK ft CO. for choice
' houses. 6ul-3 N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. lult
. D lai
rOR RENT. 8-roorn all modern house.
Georgia Ave., vacant In a few days. J. 11.
Sherwood. 937 New York Life Bldg.
'Phone 3&8. . . P M17J
JdODKRN. steam,' 7-room house. Tlxurd,
221 N. 24th. , D-12J
FOR RENT, a house, 8314 Francis street.
l.U0. Omaha Realty Co., 1301 Dud.!.. St.
FOR RKT-HOt E.
V9 Fit. 2."TH Ayr:., fine location. 9-room,
VM. K. POTTER, Receiver.
Omaha l'nn Trtut Co.,
2o3 Brown Block.
l-ROOM modern detached house. Inquire
26IX Capitol ave. D M540
VANS and baggage wagons. Tel. 11.
MAGOARD Van ft Storage Co. Tel. 1494
HOUSES and flats. PJngwalt, Barker block.
I-ROOM modern, good repair, on So. 12d
avenue, 'Phone 623. D 777
TEN-ROOM house, all modern. 22" Hrtr
ney. D Mt!2 s
FURNISHED cottage, 2T.2 Capitol avenue,
for nine weeks. D M831 8
FOR RENT, October 1, good elght-rnom nil
modern house. 22d St., near California;
rent rensonable. Apply at room 607, N. Y.
1817 CAP1TOF, AVE. S rooms, modern. 4".;
2il St. Mary's Ave., 12 rooms, modern,
$4S; 2422 Ersklne, 6 rooms, new. modern.
$1'J.5: 1545 8. 2t:th, rooms, modern. 420.
Others. Rlngwalt Bros., Barker block.
. I M665
Dl'NDEE. 5-rnorn house. In good repair.
L. L. Johnson, 314 8o. 15th Ht.
D MM 9
15.11 GEORGIA AVE.. 8 rooms, porcelain
bath, furnace, good gas grnte In front
parlor, full lot, tine shade, HO.
Another 6-room modern cottage, $28.
Some small house.
J. H. SHERWOOD, 937 N. Y. LIFE.
D 772 8
10-R. MODERN, steam heat, 19 Davenport
P-K. modern, 2215 California.
9-R. modern, brick. 2107 Plnkney.
9-R. modern, 2X!2 Harney.
9 R. modern, Six 8. 3,'ld.
8-R. modern, 2t33 Seward.
8-R. modern, new, 1!C1 8. 35th ave.
8-K. modern, 22 J St., South Omaha.
6-It. modern. 2.vi6 Hamilton.
-R., city water, 1418 Leavenworth.
-K., modern cottage, lis 8. Z8tn St.
6-R.. modern, 263f Parker.
i 3-R. cottages, 2Bth and Frnnklln.
r . U. tjAU, li24 IHJL UI.A8.
D 7S8 11
JOHN N. FRENZER. OPP. OLD. P. O.
404 N. 23d St., 8 rooms, modern, $35.
D WW g
FOR RENT Elegant, brick, ten-room rest
dence: everything modern: down town
lust the place for a first-class boarding
house. Brennan-Love Co., 809 South J.lth
Ht. U 350 H-B
FOR RK.MT Ft H.MSHED ROOMS.
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Far nam.
81 PER WEEK-422 8. 18th St., one block
souin oi court nouse. taivn
AETNA HOUSE, European, 13th and Dodge.
TWO nice, cool, furnished or unfurnished
rooms. Zu04 Davenport. E (31
COOL, neat rooms; new flat. 220 North 17th
Ci 759 !
ROYAL HOTEL, European, 16th A Chicago.
NICELY furnished, cool rooms; modern.
zun narney. m ygs
A SUITE of rooms, newly furnished and
papereu; moaern, inciuaing telephone;
suitable for couple, or two or more men.
2216 Douglas. E M143
3 NICE rooms, light housekeeping. 1112
li. inn. ii iiJli
NICELY furnished rooms, single or en-
suite; rates reasonable. Midland Hotel,
16th and Chicago. E MS
NICELY furnished rooms, some small and
some large, at 618 N. 20th St. E M563 9
LIGHT housekeeping rooms, 62S S. 21st
Ave., cneap. e 07 10
t NICE fuml'hed rooms and kitchen; ref
erences required. 1412 8. 17th. Call be
tween 6:30 and 6 afternoon. E M637 8
NICE room for gentleman. 1921 St. Mary's
Ave. M7oO 16
THREE rooms for light housekeeping. 810
d. 2i in oi, tu iH YU 8
WELL furnished parlor and other rooms;
Dam, leiepnone; reasonable, l22 CTallfor
nla. E M765
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING, 2566 Douglas St.
E MuO 06
Fl'RNISHED ROOMS. A.D BOARD.
Merrlam, comfortable summer home. Tel. 85.
CENTER HOT Ely 210 N. 17th: half hlock
irom f. o.; transient; i.zo per day; home
F M439 9
TWO nicely furnlahea rooms. 808 S. 20th St.
FURNISHED rooms, with or without
board; rates reasonable. Midland Hotel,
liith and Chicago. F o36
FOR RENT Desirable front and back par
lors. 212 So. 25th at. - F M589
FOR RENT l'If Fl'RNISHED ROOMS.
DESK room space, $5 per month; ground
floor room In the Bee building, facing
Farnam street; no expense for light, heat
or Janitor service. R. C. Peters 4 Co.,
rental agents, Bee building. G 116
FOR RENT STORES AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT The building formerly occu
pied by The Bee at 916 Farnam at. It
has four stories and a basement which
was formerly used aa 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). Appty K. C. Peters &
. Co., ground floor. Bee Bldg. 1266
1207 HOWARD ST., 3 stories and concrete
basement, r . D. wead, lb.'4 Dougine St.
CORNER 2Sth and Dodge, cheap. Apply
to eisnana Mantel rue Co. 1 7D
WANTED Canvassing agents In every
county to solicit subscriptions to THE
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER.
Steady employment, with assured good in
come. Agmts In the country with horse
nd buggy especially desired. Canvassers
make eaiilly 6 to $lu0 per month. Ad
dress, Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
Bee building, Omaha. 213
ARE YOU a Catholic and unemployed?
See me. Hixenbaugh, 5u0 Ware block.
WANTED TO RUNT.
WANTED. 3 unfurnished rooms, with
board, close In, fur four adults; stale
price. Address J 22, Bee Office.
THREE to five unfurnished rooms, with
. private bath, for light housekeeping ; ocly
two In family. Address, giving full par
ticulars. J 17, Bee. K-M740 8
WANTED, a small farm near town, with
good barns: w.ll puy cash rent: prefer
Immediate possession. B. B., bee ortl.'e.
Council Blurts. K 7M 11
WANTED To rent, farm In eastern Ne
braska or western Iowa. McAslun Bros.,
briggs. Nebraska. K U4
WANTED TO Bl'Y.
BANK counter and railing, with or with
out door, for room ft.; give partic
ulars und prices. J. V. Welpton. Oga
Ulla. Neb. N-785 ll
FOR SALE FIRNlTlltE.
CHICAGO Furniture Co.. 1410 Dodge. Tel.
2"20. New and secondhand, bought, sold,
hard . coal
FOR SALE HORSES. WAtiONS, ETC.
CLOSING out bug-le cheap. Johnson ft
Huberts, John Drvre Bldg., lth and Leav.
GOOD family horse. U18 Farnam street.
FOR AI K IIORKS. WAtiOSI, ETC.
NEW and secondhand buggies and wagons;
low prices. Frost, 14th and L.eavenortn.
PFEIFFER Is closing out his stock of bug
gies at 26 per cent discount, i-'.tn snd
lavenworth. P M1M
FOR 9AIMIt EI.LASKOl.
WHITE sawdust; season checked oak tim
bers, cheap; hog fence, etc. )l Douglas.
NEW and secondhand typewriters. 1119
FOR SALE, phonographs; superior to any
other musical Instrument; 85 up. The
Wlttman Co., lfi!! Farnam. W 26
INDIAN goods and relics.
LDHAND safe cheap. Derlght, 1119 Farnnm.
100 STYLES trusses; catalogue free. Sher
man A McConnell Drug Co., 18th and
Dodge. Omaha. U 2w7
VIM puncture-proof tires. $4.95 and $7.00 per
ralr. omaha Bicycle Co., 16th anil Chi
cago Sts. Q 210
EDISON phonographs, $10, $W and $30;
moulded records. Joe each or $o per do. ;
new wheels, $15 up; 2dhand, $o up. Omaha
Bicycle Co., Itith and Chicago Sta.
L. M. E. always hurry. Tel. 780 Q-M212
EDI HON, Columbia phonographs; agents
wanted; write. Fredrickson, It & Cap. Av.
Q M547 S15
FOR SALE, good 3.5-pound flour scale
desks, stove, letter press, etc. Call at
8t Jones street. Q 8GJ
BASK Bl'RNER. 2001 Burt.
J6RS. FRITZ, clairvoyant. 1614 Cass 8t.
MME. GYLMER, genuine palmist, 815 S. 15.
MME. AMES, vapor baths, 124 N. 15, R. 7.
GLADYS RUSSELL, 623 8. 16th. -3d floor,
T M438 SB
GRACE O'BRYAN of Ky.. 720 S. 13th.
MME. SMITH, baths. 118 N. 15, 2d floor, R 2.
MME. LE FRANCE, messeurlst, 2S22 Far
nam. T Mt4 0
PRIVATE hospital before and during coiv
ftnement; babies adopted. 2308 Grant St
Mrs. Garde's. Tel. F-1182. U-215
VIAVA, woman's way to health. Home
treatment. Booklet free. 346 Bee BUIg.,
omana. . u am
TEL. 780 for L. M. E. messengera
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
and retail. Collins Piano Co., 1622 Doug
PRIVATE sanitarium for ladles before
and during confinement. Dr. and Mrs.
Gerlsch, 4u3 N. 15th St., Omaha.
SHAMPOOING and halrdresslng. 25c. In
connection with The Bathery, 216-220 Bee
building. Tel. 1716. U 218
CHIROPODY a specialty, , In connection
with Tho Bathery, rooms 216-220 Bee Bldg.
Tel. 1716. U 219
DR. B. M. JACKSON, R. 4. Frenier Blk.,
chronic diseases a specialty; consultation
free. U 220
$30 RUPTURED CURED FOR $30-No
knife, no pain, no detention from busi
ness. Send for booklet, etc. EMPIRE
RUPTURE CURE CO., 932 N. Y. Life
Bldg., Omaha. U 221
HAIRDRESSING, manicuring and chirop
ody, for ladles only,- in connection with
'' The Bathery, 216-220 Bee Bldg. 17222
PARIS WOOLEN CO.
New location, 1415 Douglas. 'Phone L-2221.
U 454 810
ELITE PARLORS, 615 S. 16th St., 2d floor.
U M528 87
PRIVATE home for ladles before and dur
ing confinement. Babies adopted. Mrs.
Burget, 2620 Burdette St. U 474 Sept 11
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15, 2d floor, R 2
OMAHA Dye Works. 1515 Howard, the
fasnlonable cleaners of ladieB' and gentle
men's dresses and suits, lace curtains,
draperies. U 604 03
WHOLESOME thinking and vitality. Read
September What To Eat. Newsdealers, 10
cents. U MS30 8
MONEY TO L AON REAL ESTATE.
4V4 PER CENT on business property.
5 per cent on residence property.
Options to pay whole or part any time.
W. li. ME1KLE, 401 8. 15th at.
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha real
estate. Brennan-Love Co., 309 8. 13th.
FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H.
Thomas, First Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. 1648.
S PER CENT loans.
Garvin Bros., 1604
WANTED, city loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam st.
WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds
and warrants. R. C. Peters & Co.. 1702
Farnam at.. Bee Bldg. W 225
LOW RATE8. Private money.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Main Floor, New York Life Bldg.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1524 Douglas.
$100 UP; low rate.
Prlchard. 1712 Farnam.
t TO 5 P. C. money.
Bemls, Paxtoa Blk.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
WHEN you find It necessary to borrow,
give us a trial, after which we will, Ly
lair treatment, attempt to retain your
patronage, we loan from $10 up. on fur
nlture, pianos, live stock, etc. We alao
make loans to
without mortgage or endorser. We do
not deduct Interest In advance, we charge
nothing for making or filing papers and
our service is quick ana-conruientiai. we
always try to please our patrons.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2293.
(Estabtiaheu 1892.) 3U So. 16th St.
LARGEST BU8INES3 IN LOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
sters, boarding houses, etc., without se
curlty; easiest terms; 40 offices In prln
ci pa I cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trade
Bldg. X 238
DO YOU NEED MONEY?
8ALAKV AND FURNITURE LOANS
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.,
Room 3U1, Third Floor, Paxton Block.
MONEY loaned on plain not to salaried
people; business confidential; lowest rates.
M4 raxton uioca.
A. Hutton Co.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, 319 S. 13.
MONEY loaned on furniture, live stock.
Jewelry, to salaried people. Foley Loan
Co., Sue. to Dull Green, 8 Barker block.
Chattel and SaHry Loans.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,
Successor to J. W. Tayloe.
Tel. 745 633 Paxton Block.
WANTED Klrst-class druggist who has
means to erect building, stock and man
same; best location In Nebraska; ex
clusive drug biikl'irw or town of auo,
backed by iarye rural trade. Address J
TO GET In or out of business call on Wil
liams, Room 411, McCague building.
IF YOU WANT CASH for your business.
city property or farm, send full particu
lars with best price and I will tell you
how to get It, provided It Is located In
the United States. My plan Is a winner.
Write today. Emerson De Puy. Des
Moines, la , sixth floor Iowa Loan and
Trust building. Y-MI45 II
WHEN you warn to buy, sell or exchintse
our nuslne. s or property quick, aee j.
I. Johnson. 843 N. Y. Life. Y-M243
FURNITURE of 10-room. completely
equipped, fine location, HoO. 7-room flat,
well located, $:no. These are Miups; De
quick. J. H. Johnson, N. Y. Life.
FOR SALE at a bargain, a frame fiat, 4
apartments, on S. inn si., Omana; rente
for $744; can be bought for $5.m; pays
about 12V. per cent net on the investment.
HOTEL In Dodge, Neb.; win sell furniture
and lease, it s a - per day nouse;
tilg commercial trade; lots of bouruers; a
EMERSON DEPUY, DES MOINES. tA.
Y Mi.ll 9
NOTICE to railroad contractors: I have 100
miles to sublet of llrst-elass team work
on Iowa & St. Louis railway, running
south ftom Novlnaer. Mo., on the O., (J. &
K. C crossing Santn Fe at BlUdle, pass
ing through or near the town of Macon,
Mo., thence south In direction of Paris,
Mo. Wjrk runs exceptionally good team
work, good matertul and can pay good
prices. Right-of-way all secured and work
can be commenced at once, pronies and
all Information In regard to tho work at
the general office of this line, Ccntervllle,
la. William Keneflck. Y-M613 11
FOR SALE Good paying meat market;
only shop In town; reason for selling,
other buMtiess. Address J 40. Hep.
Y M.J53 11
FOR SALE Barber shop and complete fix
tures: In first-class condition. Fine open
ing for a good, steady barber who can
run his own business and keep open Bun
day forenoon. Married man preferred.
For information Inquire of J. H. Krai:se,
West Point, Neb. Y MH63 9
GOOD hotel for rent and fixtures for sale
in county seat town of over 2,'KH) In west
ern Iowa: fine location and doing good
business. Present proprietor has other
business which demands all his time.
Cash or on easy terms. J 44, Bee.
FOR SALE HE Al. ESTATE.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Stock and
grain farm., central Nebraska, 6X0 acres,
20 In cultivation, balance pasture and
meadow, new five-room house, barn, wind
mill, etc., three miles from good town,
20 per acre. Will take s-.rtie Omaha
property, part cash; easy terms ror bal
ance. Call on or write "Owner." o4 Bee
Building. Telephone 1442. RE 659 8
FOR SALE Texas rice land; 2T.500 acres
of tine prairie land; tract corners at
county seat; ten miles of river front,
abundant water, easy lift: railroad
through land; no finer rice proposition In
Texas. Write for particulars. W. W,
Miller, Klam Block, Houston. Texas.
GEORGIA Ave. home for sale, all modern
house, part cash. bal. long time. J. H.
Sherwood, 937 N. Y. Life. Phone 3S8.
SARPY COUNTY FARMS
itsi -es, well Improved, near La Platte, $60
160 aires, well Improved, near Springfield,
$65 per acre.
220 acres, Improved, 5 miles south of Papll
95 acres. 3 miles from South Omaha. $S,500.
luO BuitB, well Improved, nar Gretna, $02.50
$18,500 for 3-story brick, corner. In' good re
tall district, gross rental, $2,130 per year.
$18,000 for brick business block, well lo
cated, leased, rental past three years over
9 per cent net.
Houses For Sale.
13.800. ft-room modern house. 3019 Marcv St.
$2,300. 6-room modern cottage, 621 N. 41gt
$2,200, 8-room modern house, 20th St., near
$2,loo, 7-room modern house, barn, 114$ N.
$2,000, small house, large lot, S. W. Cor,
25th and Chicago.
$1 500, practically new house, 214 N. 25th St.
Desirable, Cheap.U nim
$3,100, 22 ft. on Farnam, between 10th and
$l,60u. east front on 36th St, north of Far
$T25. 33 ft. on 22d St., 3 blocks north of High
$5nu for lot on Cass St., near 30th St.
$400 for large corner on 18th St., In Kirk
$350 for large lot on Franklin St., H block
west of Military road.
For further Information call on or address
GEORGE & COMPANY. 1601 FARNAM ST.
FOR SALE, cottage In Hanscom Place
rooms furnace, bath. gas. paved street.
near car; lot 45X150; rent, xs.uu per month
plus water tax. Price, $3,0i0; can be pur
chased in payments. Address J 9, Bee.
SHIMER Sl CHASE.
$1,000 6-room cottage, near 26th and Bur
dette want orrer.
FOR QUICK SALE.
$1.700 New 6-rooin cottage, all modern, ex
cept furnace, special inducements onerea
If sold at once.
$1,600 7-room cottage, near high school, city
water, sewer, etc.
Two lots at 44th and Douglas Want offer.
One lot on Spencer, near 24th want orrer,
IMPROVED GRAIN AND STOCK FARMS
CM) acres in Central Nebraska, 290 In culti
vation. 120 acres pasture, balance meadow
and grazing land; good house, burn, wind
mill, well, tank, etc.; roiling land,, good
.oll. 2Va miles from good town. The owner
lives In Omaha and will consider Improved
cltv nroDerty as part payment.
Fire Insurance. Houses for Rent
SHIMER ft KHAbK.
604 Bee Bldg Tel. 1442.
11 E 771
FOR BALE. 31 acres fruit and garden
Und, eight-room nouse, good aarn, ap
ples, cherries, plums, eight acres In tim
ber, two miles from car line. Address
103 8. First. Council Bluffs, la."
FOR SALE or exchange. ' good Inside. 8'
room modern dwelllnK. near High scnooi
$3.80; part on mortgage, or will consider
gotxi rental property or choice lots lor
one-nait. Aaaress j m, cee.
FOR RENT, 8-room modern house, $20,
3314 Francis Bt rtiv-ta
HOUBES. lots, farms, .ranches, loans; also
me Insurance, tsemia, raxion diock.
FARMS FOR SALE Improved farms In
Buffalo county. i to t-u per acre; one
crop will pay for the land. W. H. Grass
meyer ft cc , rvearney, iMeoraesa.
RE M145 8 26
SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE.
For sale, tracts of t acres, i seres, 5 acres,
8 acres. 6 acres or more, ibu per acre
Rich fruit ana truck lend. Bound to In
crease In value. Starr's place, southwes
of city, west of South Omaha, 51st and C
streets, adjoining Bonlleld ft Fayette
park. J. A. etarr, on xee diok.
EASTERN Kansas land, price $10 to $30,
Address D. rt. Bitter, Yates center. Kan
sas. RE M 104 823
OWING to change or occupation, owner
desires to sell nig place at once and will
veil at a bargain: If taken before SeDtem-
ber 30; C-room house, newly painted and
re ua I red gas. fruit, chicken house, etc.
lot 50x124; don't answer this unless you
mean business. Price. $1,500. Address
J 4, Bee. RE 327
PUEBLO No better Investment toda
than aood conservative and Judicious In
v rat men i in Pueblo realty. Orln 8. Mer
rill, Baxter block, opposite P. o., Pueblo,
Colo. nis 1128 B2o'
The southwest corner 24th and Davenport
6sx54V, wim nouse renting ts; an specia
taxes paid. The best location In Omahs
for double house, flat or store and flat
will alwayb rent, and only $1.50u. Nuth
lng so cheap In that locality. Reason
WALLACE. Ill BROWN BIjOCK.
IIOU8E8 and lots In all parts of rlty; also
icre prort and farm un.n The O.
Davis Co.. Room ttt Be Building
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
RANCH and farm lands for sale by the
I'nlon Psclllc Hsllrosd company. P.. A.
McAllester, land commissioner, I'nlon Pa
cific Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
SEE PAYNE. BOSTWICK Co. for choice
bargains. 1 N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. 116.
WHY PAY RENT? OWN YOT'R HOME!
See the Industrial Home Co. of America.
Jiest plan on earth! Office, 221 lid. of
Trade Bide., Omaha. P.. M. Wilde, mgr.
RE-577 Oct 2
KELSEY S. wall paper, 17th and DougMs.
"Phone Pi8. RE 916
GEORGE O. WAIJACE. real estate, mort
gage, rentals. Insurance. Brown Mock.
LOFT, a black leather pocketbook. contain
ing r certificate of deposit on the Com
mercial National bank of Council Bluffs;
also other papers; finder will leave same
at Bee office. Council Bluffs, and receive
liberal reward. Ixst M 774 8
LOST, red stjtie ovnl setting scarfpln.
Leave at Bee office and receive reward.
Lost M ( 9
LOST, small white leather bag containing
check and money. Finder please return
to Bee office. Ixist M832 8
When You Write
remember It only takes an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention the fact that
you saw the ad In The Bee.
13th and Howard, ma
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks. makes a spe
cialty of nre escapes, shutters, doors and
safes, u. Andreen, Prop., 102 B. 10th St
DR. FRIES, the acknowledged leading
specialist in diseases of women In Omaha,
would cull the attention of sufferlni:
ladles to his unsurpassed accommodations
before and during confinement and his
treatment for irregularities, no matter
what cause. Call or address, with stamp,
Dr. Pries, Arlington Block, 1613 Dodge,
ATENTS SUes ft Co., Bee Bldg., Omaha;
no lee unless successiui; aavice rree.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
GREGG 8. H., Touch T. W., Bus. Branches,
Teieg. cat. ree. om. Coll., inn c Doug,
A. C. VAN SANT'S school. 717 N. Y. Life.
BOYLES college, court reporter principal.
. i. iiie. 2.3
NEB. Business ft Shorthand College, Boyd's
PRIVATE lessons In bookkeeping, etc.;
nignt class Mond.. wed., trh G. K.
Kathbun, room lo, Com 1 Nat 1 bunk.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly atienaea to. j. i. ucnuiree,
iioth and Lake streets. 370
GID. E. ft ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
Suite 616, N. X. Life tildg. Tel. 1664.
DRESSMAKING In families or at home.
Miss Sturdy, 2580 Harney. 560 Ol
LADIES' tailoring, and dressmaking, rea
sonable prices, miss Johnson, SRUh and
Leavenworth St., over Howell's drug
store. M668 14
IDEAL PLEATING CO., 1510 Howard.
FAGLB Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential. 1M1 Douglas,
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramse Bldg.
CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
P. 11. Pbllbin, 1506 Farnam. Fhone 7S4.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes garDage and
dead animals at reduced prices. 621 N. 16.
Tel. 1779. 265
MIXED country scrap, $11; stove plate, $8.
Aiptrn, muz 'arnam. 252
L. HENDERSON. 1519 Farnam. Tel. 1253.
Bend for price list, cut flowers and plants.
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY. Tele
phone 2190. 6U South Thirteenth street.
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners. 1424 8. 13th.
ELECTRIC AUTOMOBILES. Derlght s, 1119
rarnam street. jbi
OM. Van 8 tor. Co., 1511ft Farn. Tela. 1559-863.
WE ARE western headquarters for Edison
(phonographs and recoroa, Prices, $10 up.
rseDrasaa cycle CO., tain -ana tiarney.
M 99 23
LAMBERT TYPEWRITER Price, $30. Is
fast, efficient, durable; easiest to learn,
use and care ror. bent on approval, moo
roe ft Co., 811, No. 16th St., Omaha.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
STILLMAN ft PRICE, 21 U. B. N'l Bk. Bid,
GRAND Electric Co., 16 ft Jackson. Tel. 2846.
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts. 8c; collars.
2c; cuffs, 4c. 1750 Leavenworth. Tel. A-17S3.
STATUARY and ornamental work. 712 8. 16
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., 811 North 16th.
GOLD, sliver and nickel flatma;. Omaha
Plating Co., lice ldaV lci Ui.
THINK" AND BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY U.XP. Phone 1717.
5 S. l'.fll
li. M. K. hauls trunks. Tel
PROPOSAL FOR CAVALRY HORSES
Olflce of Chief Q. Al . St. 1 sill, Minn.. Sept.
IS'ilLAl,Mi MW1VSALN. Ill trlull-
at", will he received at this ortire until II
o'clock a. m.. September 24. 1!2, and opened
men, ror furnishing and delivery at Fort
rVsslnnlbolne. Mont.. 235 e.-ivnlrv horse.
Bids for less than the entire number rr.
quired and for delivery at points other ;hnn
rnn Assinnionine win c-e entertained. lt
livery to lommonce within 3 Weeks slier
notice of award, and he completed within
ft days thereafter. Roans. llRht and dark
sorrels desired. Tull Information mav be
had at this office. United States reserves
the right to accept or reject unv or all
proposals or any part thereof. GEi. I'..
rtfiu, . . al. S4-a-6-t-22-..l
DENVER. Colo., September . 1902. Scnb'd
proposals, in triplicate, will be received her
until 11 o clock a. m.. October f. 1!K!. and
then opened, for constructing five bullillncs,
officers' quarters, barracks, stable anil gun
snen, at fort l. A. Russell, information
furnished on application to J. M., Fort D.
A. Russell. Wyoming, or the undersigned.
I . s. reserves the rlglit to accent or reiect
any or all bids or any part thereof. Envel
opes containing bids to be marked "Pro
posals for buildings at Fort D. A. Russpll."
and addressed Lieutenant Colonel J. v.
Pope, C. W. M. 8tD--8-9-l0-O3-4
I All. WAY TIME CARD.
yn CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND &
if I'acirlc Railroad "The Great
Rock Island Route" City
Ticket Office, LBS Farnam
street. Telephone 428. Depot,
lenin ami Marcy streets.
Telephone 620. Leave. Arrive.
Chicago Daylight L t d.. a 5:00 am a 6:15 am
Chicago Day.lght Local. a 7:25 am a 9:36 pro
Chicago Express bll:15 am a 5:05 nm
Des Mnlns Local a 8:20 pm bll:V) nm
Chicago Fust Express.. a 6:05 pm a 1:25 pm
Rocky Mountain L't'd..a 6:50 am a 4:50 am
Lincoln, Colorado Spgs.,
Denver, Pueblo and
West '.a 1:30 pm a 5:43 pm
Colorado, Oklahoma ft
T,TX.af, FlyKrT-;",', a 5:2) P"1 al2:0 I'
a Dully, b Dally exeppt Sunday.
UNION PACIFI C "THE
Overland Route General
Offices, N. E. Cor. Ninth and
Farnam Sta. City Ticket
Office, 1324 Farnam St. Tele
phone 316. Depot, Tenth and
Marcy Sts. Telephone t,29.
The Overland Limited.. a 9 40 am a 7:30 pm
Special a 9:40 am a 7:30 pm
The Fast Mall.... a R:Ro am a x vs r,n
The Mail and Express.. all :30 pm a 4:35 pm
The Colorado Special. ..a 7:10 am a 3:40 am
Lincoln, Be-xtrlee and
Stromsburg Express. b 4:05 pm bl2:35 pm
The Pacilic Express a 4:25 pm
Tho Atlantic Express.., a 7:30 am
Grand Island Local b 5:30 pm b 9:36 am
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday.
BURL1NGTON & Mis
souri River Railroad "The
Burlington Route" Gen
eral Offices, Northwest
Corner Tenth and Farnam
Streets. Ticket Office. 15o
iJ Farnam Street. Telephone.
2.i0 Burlington Station, Tenth and Mason
Streets. Telephor.a 128.
Lincoln, Hastings and
McCook a 8:40 am a 7:45 pm
Lincoln, Denver, Colo
rado, Utah, Callfornla.a 4:25 pm a 3:10 pm
Alliance Express a 4:25 pm a 8:10 pm
Lincoln ft Black Jlllls.. all :10 pm a 6:46 am
Montana, Fugel Sound. all .50 pia a 8.45 alti
Lincoln Fast Mai; o 3:M pm a 9:17 am
Wymore, Beafi'ce and
Lincoln a 8:40 am bll:56 am
Dnver, Colorado, Utah
a 6:45 am
Fort Crook. 80. Bend.
Louisville. Plattsm th.b 3:20 Dm bll:05 am
Bellevue, Plattsmouth ft
pacific junction a 7:50 pm a 8:27 am
Bellevue, Plattsmouth ft
r acino junction a 3:00 am
a Dally. - b Doily except Sunday.
KANSAS CITY, 8T. Jo
seph ft Council Bluffs
Railroad "The Burlington
Route" Ticket Office, 150J
Farnam Street, Telephone
250. Depot, Tenth and
Mason Streets. Telephone
Kansas City Day Ex. ...a 9:20 am a 6:05 pm
Kansas City Night Ex.al0:30 pm a (:15 am
Hi. Louis Fiver, for St
josepn end bt. i.ouis.a t:io pm aii:io am
ft Qulncy Railway "The
Burlington Route" Ticket
Office, 1502 Farnam Street.
Telephone 250. Depot,
Tenth and Mason Streets.
Daylight Chicago Spe
cial a 7:00 am all:00 pm
Chicago Veatlbuled Ex. a 4:06 pm a 7:30 am
Chicago Local Express. a 9:30 am a 4:05 pm
Chicago .Limited a 8:06 pm
Fast Mall a 2:45 pm
FREMONT, ELKHORN ft
Missouri Valley Railroad
Une" General Offices,
United States National
Bank Building, S. W.
Corner Twelfth and Far.
nam Sts. Ticket Offloe. 1401 Farnam 8t.
Telephone 661. Depot., 15th and Webster
Sts. Telephone 1458.
Black Hflls, Deadwood,
not bprings a 5:00 pm a 5:00 pm
Wyoming, Casper and
Douglas d 3:00 nm s 5:00 Dm
Hastings, York, Dsvid
City, superior, Geneva,
Exeter and Seward b 1:00 Dm b 8:00 nm
Norfolk, Verdlgre and
Fremont .b 7:30 am b 10:25 am
Lincoln, Wahoo , and
Fremont b 7:30 am bl0:fi am
remont Local e 7:30 am
a Daily, b Dally exceDt Sunday, e Sun
aay oniy. a uaiiy except Saturday, e
ci ally except Monday.
CHICAGO ft NORTH
western Railway "The
City Ticket Office, 1401
Farnam St. Telephone
561. Depot, Tenth and
Marcy streets. Tele
phone 629. .
Fast Omaha-Chlcao....a 8:00 anv.all:20 pm
Lrfcai . Hrrou-umana...o 4:00 pm a 9:60 am
Local Chicago-Omaha. .al0:55 am a 8:10 um
Fast Omaha-Chicago. ...a 4:55 pra a 4:o5 pm
Fast Mall a 8:00 pm a 2:45 pro
uuiann-viiKngu ii 1 a . .a e : iu pm a t.M am
rui oi. l ui a coo um a s:lb am'
Fast Mull a 7:60 om a R-.liI nm
Cedar Rapids Passenger a 6:30 pm
iocai cuius my d :v pm D 9:tH am
a uaiiy. o uauy except bunday.
CHICAGO, 8T. PAUL,
Minneapolis ft Omaha
Kallway "The North
western Line" General
Offices. Nebraska IilvU
Hlon, 15th and Webster
Sts. Cltv Ticket nttlee.
1401 Farnam St Telephone 661. Depot,
16th and Wtbster Sts. Telephone 1458.
Twin City Fasaenget....a 6:30 am a 9:10 pm
moux uiy t'assenifer. ..a i:uu Dm all: u am
Emerson Local b 6:30 pm b 8:20 am
a uany. d uany except Sunday.
Railroad City Ticket Of'
lice, 1401 Farnam Street.
Telephone, 246. Depot,
lentn ana Marcy Sts.
Chicago Express a 7:35 am a 6:i pro
Chicago Umlted a 7:50 pm a 8:06 am
Fast Mall iv. iuj
u,nnu,.ilr. A Hi. Paul
Express 0 7:35 am blO.34 pm
Minneapolis ft St. Paul
Llmiteo. i-so P :
Fort Dodg- Local from
Council Bluffs b 4:60 pm a 10:00 am
Fort Dodge Local from
Council Blurts a s:w am
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday.
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAIL
ro d General Offices and
Ticket Offices, Southeast
Corner 14th and Douglas
Sts. Telephone, lw4- Depot,
at. Louis and Kansas
City Express alrt:00 am a 8:26 pm
K. C, St. L. Fxpre...alu:50 pm a 6:15 am
Leave from lJih and
Krhr&xka locxl. VU
Weeping Water bl lipm alu:ti am
ft Dull, b VtUiY. except eunaaj
lAILWAi TIME t AHI) -Oinllnaril
1 WAP.AS!! F.All.HO.Ut-';-;,-.
0 " ""1 ket ori.t. 11 F tM.nm
J.wVaWisU ,r,',', Tr!.oi:e A
0r. ;VV'. pot. Tend! niu Many t-'.a.
V IS4 irlcplio:n. t.!
1 i.r.-W. A'liW.
St. Lo'.ils Umu-css a la-J pm a 8:30 ar.l
St Louis l. n al Uioui
Council Blurt") a 9:15 nm n!0:J0 pin
ft St. Piol Rai way Cllv
Ticket 0:!W. ln4 Farnam
Street. Telephone, 24.
Depot. Tenth and Mas.1,1
Sts. Telephone. CJ9.
Chitago ft omalm Ex...b 7.4i am b $ 40 pm
Chli-imo limited r.x....a o:' pm acwam,
a Dally, b Dally excert Bunday.
RETTING ON THE RACES.
Hot Women vtlth Money Aianse
Themselves at Saratoga.
There Is nothing dashing, spectacular or
guy about the crowd at the races at Sara
toga, writes Julian Ralph In the New Yorlt
Times. The famous women of the rich rkJ
fashionable set are all plainly and quietly
dressed, and only here and there among the
rows of the unadvertlsed and unnamed tie
seen a few showy frocks and displays of
Jewels. Mr. Gates' method of doing hit bet
ting for himself by going down to the bet
ting shed and placing a thousand here and
there Is not the customary mode with tho
people In the club boxes and the club annex
of the grandstand.
These are seived by a score or more of
commissioners, easily led In Importance by
Mr. Walters, who places the wagers of the
fashionables, and who Is first of all Mr.
Whitney's trusted lieutenant. What ha
does ts what all the rest try to do, each ac
cording to his capacity. What they do is
to prepare a card with the ruling odds
marked against the o ispb, to scratch the
horses that are no; c rnn, and to report
what they gather wj Co In the betting ring
as to the amount and character of the haul
ing that the favorites are getting.
Their wealthy and often well Informed
employers have In the meantime heard from
one another all the gossip from the stables
nd the doings and sayings of the owners
whose horses. are entered. All this gossip
and news Is slowly digested, and the flora -tnissioners
write in their noebookt the wa
gers "that their employers wish to make.
You see the humbler commissioners who
deal with the general public running about
with banknotes stuffed between their fing
ers, but the two or three men who place
the wagers of the millionaires and fashion
ables are too well known to the bookmakers
to need the handling of any oash except at
the end of each day's sport, when they set
tle with their employers and then close ac
counts with the bookies.
A marked feature of the betting here Is
that It Is indulged in by practically sll the
women who attend the races. The commis
sioners write on the same pages of their
notebooks the wagers of a Vanderbllt and
the bets of a Vanderbllt governess, while
others pass from school teacher to lady's
maid and dressmaker to millionaire's
wife, listening respectfully and writing
down the order that these fair specu
The lime of the cotsiffilaslcncrs !!v
comes at evening, when they are settling
up and trying to explain what bets and
odds they played and why the sums of
money that they turn over are all that
the fair ones are entitled to. I have seen
four men explaining to a rich woman that
the $18 given to her was all that she had
won, after paying her bets and paying
back money she had borrowed to bet with.
"Why," she exclaimed, "I bet on every
race and I won on two out ot ,elx and on
one race- alone I won twenty."
"Yes," was' the reply, "but you bor
rowed' $13 and have paid It back and the
agent has taken his 10 per cent commis
sion, and you are ahead $18." '
"Well," she replied. "If all you gentle
men say tt Is right, of course It la, hut t
know I won over $30."
And that was a woman who would pay
$50 for a hat or $500 for a gown and think
far less of parting with $1,000 than she
would of winning $50 on a horse race.
Falling; Off In Land Business.
PIERRE, S. D., Sept. 7. (Special.) Th
report of business ot the government land
office at this city for the month of Au
gust shows the smallest number of Slings
of homesteads for any month alncs the be
ginning of the preaent year. The filings
only reach ninety-two for the month, the
first time, since lsst December when lets -
than 100 homesteads were Died for the
month. - One soldier's declaratory was
filed, five homestead proofs and four tim
ber culture proofs were made for the ;
month, while the beginning of ten contests
show a stronger demand for lands. Twenty-five
filings eo homesteads were made
for the first four days of September.
Hit Child's Box Plalttd Apro
ft, 4 tad yax.
Child's Box Plaited Apron, 4222 Useful.
practical aprons are always In demand.
They serve to protect the gown and, in
addition, can be made extremely becoming
nd attractive. This very pretty one In
cludes the fashionable box plaits and la
made with a deep collar that suits childish
figures to a nicety. As showa the materinl
Is plain white lawn with a finish of em
broidery, but all apron material!, white
and colored, are appropriate. The pockets
make a noteworthy feature and are both
serviceable and ornamental.
The apron Is cut with front and bacxs.
both of which are laid In box plaits, and
is shaped by means ot shoulder and under
arm seams. At tho neck is a broad divided
collar that falls well over the shouldsrs.
The sleeves are In bishop style, with
straight, narrow cuffs and the patoh
pockets are simply stitched to the fronts.
Bolt portions are attached at the under
arm seams and button over at tho back,
so keeping the fullness In place, but these
can be omitted It not desired.
The quantity of material required for the
medium alze (4 years) Is t'i yards $
The pattern 4222 Is cut in sixes for chil
dren ot I, 4 and years cf age.
Pot the accommodation of Th Bv9 read
ers, these patterns, which Dfnaliy retail at
from U ts 60 cents, will be furnished at a
aomlnal price, 10 cents, which eovsrs all
expense. In order te get a- pattera -close
18 cents, five number sad aaas sf
latum waaUd gad ui aoeasar.
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